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Page 1969 Dallas, Los Angeles Rams Remain Unbeaten in NFL By ED SCHULYER JR. Associated Press Sports Writer 21 to Detroit. The Philadelphia Eagles crashed into a Hill; the New Orleans Saints couldn't handle Snow in Los Angeles--and the Dallas Cowboys and Los Angeles Rams roll merrily along as the only undefeated teams in !he National Football League. Rookie running back Calvin [lill of Dallas sat out the second half in Philadelphia Sunday because of an ankle injury. But by 'that time he h,\d helped put the 'game out of the Eagles' reach. Hill rushed for 91 yards and a touchdown, caught three passes for 71 yards and sparked a touchdown drive by completing a pass for 44 yards as the Cowboys built up a 28-7 halftime lead en route to a 38-7 victory that boosted their Capitol Division-leading record to 3-0. Jack Snow snared three of Roman Gabriel's four touchdown lasses as the Coastal division- leading Kams drubbed New Orleans 36-17 for their third straight victory. Two other teams met their by Minnesota and Cleveland Green Bay's loss left tf Packers in a three-way tie fc first in the Central Division wi Minnesota and Detroit. Clev land now shares first in the Ce tury Division with the New Yor Giants, who handed the Chicag Bears their third straight se back, 28-24, and St. Louis a 27-: victor over Pittsburgh, 1-2. In other NFL action, Bait more, 1-2, edged Atlanta, 1- Jl-14 and Washington and Sa FYancisco tied 17-17. Washing Lon split its first two game while San Francisco lost its firs two. 'TWAS A WINTRY EVENING' - Is' it an eskimo riding his dog-driven cart?--no, it is CSC sophomore quarterback Barry Vacant! rushing for yardage in the CSC- Mines l i l t Saturday. The young signal caller came off tlie bench in the second half and ended up leading the learn in rushing with 121 yards. He passed two times for 43 yards, one a touchdown toss lo Rick Pierson. Brooks Field had over four inches of snow on Hie surface when the game began. The Bears won 58-0. Ground crews had to remove 14 inches during Ihe day to allow Ihe game lo be played. (Tribune photo by Jim Eakle) Big 8 Teams Pair Off After Raking Big 10 By LEW FERGUSON Associated Press Sports Write KANSAS CITY ( A P ) - B Eight foolbnll teams, Ihcir pre tige al an all-lime high afli sweeping all their games wi (he Big Ten for Ihe second ye; in a row, si art matching mu cles wilh one another Ihis wee as (he JOC9 conference rac opens. Nebraska plays al Missouri i, the biggesl Icsl of strength 01 opening weekend, while low, Slale is al Colorado and Kansas Stale al Kansas. Oklahoma will watch the fur flying collisions with a some whal detached attilude, since Ihe Sooners are involved in llieii annual bailie wilh Texas al Dal las -- an all-important thing at far as recruiting and backyaix prestige is concerned. Oklnlio- ma Slate has an open dale. Tlie Big Eight warmed up foi Its conference openers bj thrashing Big Ten (cams in four meetings Saturday, giving (he league a 6-0 mark over Ihe Hig Ten (his year and a 10-0 record Ihe pasl Iwo years. Ninth-ranked Missouri swamped 13th-rated Michigan, 40-17; Nebraska crushed Minnesota, crushed Minnesota, 42-14; Colorado romped pasl Indiana. 30-7, and Iowa Slate riddled Illinois, 48-20. Adding Oklahoma's 48-21 \ Storm Doors 24,95 HARDING GLASS CO. 1915 9th St. 352-8263 over Wisconsin and Missouri's 37-6 triumph over Illinois, Ihe Big Eighl averaged 41 points lo the Big Ten's 16 in the six confrontations of the Midwest's two games from Ihe Big Eight in l!)(iO, the Big Eight is 24-6-1 over the pasl nine seasons. In the i i i . , iiiwiii. uv^i a uuiu \n uu ast four } years, Ihe advantage wo ,. ld go]fers Sunday for the Big EifiM JS 1M. .. T h, T»i,.» n .TM ,,,L Oklahoma Slate plucked of another win for the Big Eighl Saturday, edging Texas Tech 7-10, while Kansas Slate bowec 0 second-ranked Penn Stale, 174, and might have upset the Villany Lions bill for Iwo fum- les and a pass interception iiv ide Ihcir opponents' 30-yarc ne in the first quarter. Only Kansas allowed Big ighl prestige to suffer, and il ·as a humiliating blow-- bolh 1 the league and the Jayhawks. ew Mexico, which owned a 21 ame losing slreak, rose up lo ,nite the Jayhawks, 16-7, at Ibuqucrque, N.M. "That ought to make them irget the 12th man against enn Stale," Kansas Coach epper Kodgers managed lo .lip. The other big surprise was at onlder, Colo., where Coach ddie Crowder and the weather irprised everybody. Crowder vilched Bobby Anderson to lilback mid inserted sopho- iore Paul Areudt at quarter- ack. An early Rocky Mountain lowstorm dumped a heavy yer on Folsom Field, bul it dn't chill Ihe Buffaloes. U.S. Victors At World Cup SINGAPORE (AP) - Ui lucky number 13 turned out I be a good omen for Lee Trevin and Orville Moody in the Worl Cup Golf Tournamenl here. Trcvino said Ihe turning poin was after Ihe 13lh hole as 11 pair won the 17th annual lourns menl over a field of oulstandin The Taiwanese were playin badly and when we were six u after Ihe 13lh, I was sure w lad it made," said Ihe gregari oils Trevino, who shol a recorc course 65 Sunday for a nine-un der-par 275 on the par 71 Buki ourse. Moody had a final 69 for 277 giving the United Slales a learn otal of 552 for 72 holes on tin 6,692-yard course. Surprising Taiwan had held a .wo-slroke lead over Ihe Unilet Slales going inlo Ihe final rmim mdcr a broiling sun, but wiltec indcr the charge of (lie tour esled Americans. On Tap With Preps FOOTBALL Tuesday Men-Conference Sterling al West JVs, With Oklahoma's battle left on this with year's agenda, Big Eight teams stand 1C-7 in intersectional play. The league was 15-9 last year againsl outside competition, not counting a 1-2 bowl mark. MUNICH -- Zipper fasteners are used to contain cheese freshness. ^^^^"---«- p.m. Central JVs at Loveland, 4 a.m. Heath J.H. al Forl Morgan, p.m. Longmont J.H. at John Evns, 4 p.m. Wednesday Northern Loveland at Greeley Central, Jackson Field, 7:45 p.m. Greeley West at Sterling, 7:45 p.m. Fort Morgan al Poudre. Fort Collins at Longmont. Welco College High at Eaton, 7:30 p.m. Weld Central at Windsor, 7:30 'irsl defeals after Iwo viclories --Green Bay being beaten 19-7 Golf Great Walt Hagen Dies at 76 TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. (AP) - Charles Walter Hagen, the father of modern professional golf and one of its most colorful slars on and off Ihe course died of cancer about midnigh Sunday. He was 76. Hagen had been in a coma about 10 days and he died in his estate here. Hagen underwent throat surgery in January 1967, third such operation since a cancerous larynx was removed in J964. One of "the Haig's" last ic appearance came in August 1967 when many of the great and near-great of golf gathered Oakland and Miami tied 20-2 and San Diego beat Cincinna 21-14 Saturday night and New York took Boston 23-14, Housto topped Buffalo 28-14 and Kansa City downed Denver 26-13 Sun day in the American Footba League. Philadelphia, 1-2, scored first on a 14-yard pass from Norn Snead to Harold Jackson, the Hill took over. He" could do n wrong even when fumbling.' Dallas tied it when a Hill fum ble bounded into the end zone and Lance Eagles Rentze Among them was current star Arnold Palmer who, in a mov- ng tribute to a man he idolized,, said, "If il were not for you, Valler, this dinner tonighl vould be downslairs in Ihe pro shop and nol in Ihe ballroom." "The Haig," as he was rever- covered it for a touchdown. Hil then ripped off a 53-yard touch down run and keyed Dallas ti its third score with its pass completion. Craig M o r t o n passed for three Dallas touch downs. Snow scored on passes of 35 24 and 74 yards as the Rams sent New Orleans reeling to its third straight defeat. Gabriel's other touchdown pass was one-yarder to Billy Truaz. Fred Cox kicked four Belt goals, Dave Osborn scored on a three-yard run and the Minnesota defense shutoul Green Bay until Ihe final five seconds. Tlie Packer touchdown came on a seven-yard pass from Barl Starr, trapped seven times for losses, lo Dave Hampton. Joe Kapp, who passed for seven Minnesota touchdowns in the only six of 20 attempts for 60 yards. Trailing Cleveland 21-7 at n this northwest Michigan re- haiftime, Delroit came back to sort for a teslimonial sponsored y his local friends. win on Bill Munson's scoring strike to John Wright, a one-yard touchdown plunge by Nick Eddy and Mel Farr's two- yard blast into the end zone. Munson passed for Detroit's first score, while Bill Nelson threw for all of Cleveland's touchdowns. 20 Marks Set in 'Bama Win Over Miss. Chicago fought back from a nlly known throughout the golf 21-7 deficit lo go ahead 24-21 on ·orid was one of the firsl men sporl to earn more than a lillion dollars, of how he made --and spent it--are legend. "I never wanted to be a mil- I just wanted to live ke one," Uagen wrote in his utobiography. Just under 6 feet, with weath- r-bealen features and hair icked down in the fashion of s era's matinee idols, Hagen on the U.S. Open in 1914, re- ealed in 1919 and finished in ie money unlil his playing days Mac Percival's 25-yard fielt goal, but the Giants pulled ou the victory with 59 seconds lefi when Fran Tarkenlon hit Joe Morrison with down pass. 26-yard touch- St. Louis capitalized on three interceptions and a fumble to beat Pittsburgh. Willis Crenshaw scored two St. Louis touchdowns on runs of 26 and four yards. Baltimore gained its first victory when Johnny Unilas passed six yards lo John Mackey in the 'ourth quarter. Baltimore tied :he game when rookie Jim Duncan scored on a 92-yard kickoff relurn with 22 seconds left in .he first half. Washington gained its lie wilh San Francisco on a four-yard icoring pass from Sonny Jurgensen lo Jerry Smith wilh 26 seconds remaining in the game. 1 Professional Football By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS National Lecgu* Eastern Conference Ctnlury Division W L T Pet. Ph. OP Cleve. 2 1 0 .667 75 7 New York 2 1 0 .667 52 7 St. Louis 2 1 0 .667 50 55 Pitlsb'gh 1 2 0 .333 57 8 Capital Division Dallas 3 0 0 1.000 83 27 Wash'n. 1 1 1 .500 66 64 Phila. 1 2 0 .333 68 92 New Orl'ns 0 3 0 .000 54 83 Wesfei n Conference Central Division Green Bay 2 1 0 .667 38 26 Delroil 2 1 0 .667 65 37 Minn. 2 1 0 .667 94 45 Chicago 0 3 0 .000 41 65 Coastal Division Los Ang. 3 0 0 1.000 80 44 Atlanta 1 2 0 .333 45 50 3alti. 1 2 0 .333 55 93 San Fran. 0 2 1 .000 36 55 Sunday's Results Baltimore 21, Atlanta 14 Dallas 38, Philadelphia 7 Detroit 28, Cleveland 21 Minnesota 19, Green Bay 7 Los Angeles 36, New Orl'ns 17 St. Louis 27, Pittsburgh 14 Wash'n. 17, San Fran. 17, tie New York 28, Chicago 24 Sunday's Games Cleveland at New Orleans Dallas at Atlanta Green Bay al Detroit Los Angeles at San Francisco Minnesota at Chicago Philadelphia at Ballimore Pittsburgh at Baltimore Pittsburgh at New York St. Louis at Washington American League Eastern Division W L T Pet. Pts. OP Houston 3 1 0 .750 84 48 New York 2 2 0 .500 102 88 Buffalo 1 3 0 .250 77 106 Miami 0 3 1 .000 68 89 Boston 0 4 0 .000 44 127 Western Division Oakland 3 0 1 1.000 99 77 Cinti. 3 1 0 .750 99 81 Kan. City 3 1 0 .750 103 46 Denver 2 2 0 .500 97 93 San Dippn P. 9. n 5110 84 10?. Wyoming Remains Unbeaten After 39-3 Win Over CSU By LOUDON KELLY Associated Press Sports Write: Wyoming pounds on in thi binning ranks- of the nation's ndefeated football teams whil he New Mexico Lobos probably re singing there is nothing liki game--a game that finds the ome side on the winning enc fter a string of 21 defeats. The Cowboys, seeking their ourth straight title in the West- rn Athletic Conference, made i hree for three this fall and two n league combat by walloping olorado State University 39-5 aturday. It was Wyoming's big- est winning margin ever in this eries stretching back over 61 jmes. It was also the 100th victory in s coaching career for skipper loyd Eaton, who said his team ayed well in the second half ter "Ihe CSU defense ate us ive in the first half. This would have to be classed an understatement by Coach ike Lude who sat through a ghtmare as his Rams gave up points in the last three mines. Lude said "we tried every- ing we knew and it didn't ork." Next on the schedule for Wyo- ing are the Texas-El Paso iners, a team that suffered its ·si defeat this season in losing Utah 24-6. The game is at Lar- amie Saturday. The CSU Rams will go to Logan for a nonleague meeting with another rival going back to football's antiquity, Utah Slate University. New Mexico 1 set off the loudest firecracker around the league by beating Kansas of the Big Eight 16-7. Lobo Coach Rudy Feldman, said "we, as the underdog, played very close to our capa- ! bililies and all of this brought about the upset." The Lobos will try for their second straight in a'conference fracas with Brigham Young al Provo Saturday night. The.BYU 'Jougars took their first league :oss 23-7 'to Arizona State as the Sun Devils began their league campaign. Ahead of them is Saturday's ;ame with Utah at Salt Lake Ci- .y. Tlie Utes used runs of 80 and 89 yards for touchdowns after Dotting Texas-El Paso its only :ouchdown. Arizona has another inlersec- ional game for the third week n a row, playing Houston at Tucson Saturday night. The Saturday's Results Oakland 20, Miami 20, tie San Diego 21, Cincinnati 14 Sunday's Results New York 23, Boston 14 Houston 28, Buffalo' 14 Kansas City 26, Denver 13 Saturday's Games Boston at Buffalo San Diego at Miami Sunday's Games Houston at Kansas City Oakland at Denver New York at Cincinnati Wildcats threw a scare into Iowa by running up a 13-0 lead and laying ahead 19-14 at the half. But the Big Ten outfit dominat ed play after the intermission lo make il 31-19 and leave Arizona he only nonwinnins learn in the VAC. He was Ihe only man ever lo in the Professional Golfers As- ocialion lille five limes or four mes in a row He won it in 922, 1924, 1925, 1926, 1927. In 1922. he became the first merican-born pro to win the By HERSCHEL NISSENSON Associated Press Sports Writer Records are made to be broken and apparently there's not much that college football defenses can do about it. Bear Bryant -pretty weli summed it up after his Alabama team outlasted Mississippi 33-32 Saturday night: . "It was Mississippi doing so well offensively rather than us doing poorly on defense," he said. With Archie Manning of the 20th-ranked Ole . Miss completing 33 of 52 for 436 yards and 15lh-ranked Alabama's Scoll rilish Open with a victory that Hunter connecting on 22 of 29 nnllnrl *Un Ur,ni'n«i«» «f iU~ I' for 300 thf* tTOft Sfinthpnctom pelled the beginning of the enc ATTENTION, ATHLETES! "ALL AMERICAN" ATHLETiC FRAMES with SHATTER LENSiS Good vision makes all the difference in your game. Our "All American" Athletic Frames with shatterproof lenses let you see tafely. 8th Ave. 352-5672 GREELEY OPTICAL Fort Lupton at Roosevefl, 7:39 p.m. Friday Welco Valley at Highland, Ault, 7:3 p.m. Saturday Northern Fort Collins al Longmont. Fort Morgan al Poudre. TENNIS Wednesday Northern Central at Fort Collins, 2:3(1 p.m. Poudre at West, 2:30 pm CROSS COUNTRY Saturday Non-Conference Greeley Central, Greeley Wes at Loveland Invitational, 11 a.m domination of the won thai lille foui British 4 Pm port. He times. Hagen also whipped the leg endary amateur Bobby Jones 12-up and 11-holes-to-play in a 72-hole match. It brought him Ihe biggest purse ever won by a pro until then--$7,800. He bought Jones a $1,000 watch. · Although the triumph seemet !o establish "The Haig" as world champion, he shruggec off the label. He said the match showed only thai a champion could beal another champion on any given day if one was "up" dnd the olher wasn'l. Hagen was regarded as the jest shotmaker in golf and was lever happier than when behind and in trouble. It gave him the chance to pull off shots that make a gallery gasp and he reveled in Born in Rochester, N.Y., Hagen was introduced to golf as a caddy. He left the game 40 years later Ihe close friend and playing partner of presidents and kings, jgrntcful he had shunned jromising career in majo Pro Basketball Sunday's Pro Baskeball Exhibitions By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ABA Kentucky 117, Carolina 116 NBA San Fran. 102, Los Ang'es 100 Phoenix 118, San Diego 107 eague baseball. Magen is regarded as the man who opened country club door 0 the men who play for pay a 1 lime when professionals wen olerated, not lionized. Saying, "I just couldn't beai o shoot another 80," Hagen quii competitive golf about 1940. A son, Walter Jr., of Detroit iurvives. Hagen's body will lie at the Hibbard Funeral Parlor here his afternoon and Tuesday. Tlie ody will be taken (o the Bell hapel in Birmingham, Mich., ear Detroit, Wednesday and Thursday. Burial ill be held at holy ross Cemetery in Southfield, lich. for 300, the two Southeastern Conference anlagonists set 20 offensive records--one national, seven SEC, nine Mississippi and three Alabama marks. The national record was 55 completions, erasing the standard of 53 set by Texas-El Paso and New Mexico in 1967 and UTEP and Brigham Young in 1966. Eighth-ranked Purdue and 17th-rated Slanford put on another record-smashing show, with Purdue taking a 36-35 squeaker on five scoring passe and a game-winning two-poin conversion toss by Mike Phipps Besides Mississippi and Stan :ord, the only losers among th Top Twenty in The Associate ratings were 13th-ranke Michigan and No. 14 Michiga State. The Wolverines yielded 2 oints in the second period an ell before ninth-ranked Mis souri 40-17 while Notre Dame' loe Theismann passed for thre ouchdowns and scored one t beal Ihe Spartans 42-28. Top-ranked Ohio State rolle sver Washington 41-14 with Jim )tis scoring three limes an Rex Kern twice. Sophomore Ly Tennessee, No. 10, drubbed.Cowboys pummeled Colorado Memphis Stale 55-16 and UCLA, | State U. 39-3. No. 11, blanked Northweslern 36-0 as Mickey Cureton scored on gallops of 61 and 75 yards. John Reaves, Florida's super soph, threw his ninth and 10th scoring passes, both to Carlos Alvarez, as Ihe 12lh-ranked Gators defeated Florida Stale 21-6 and 16th-ranked Louisiana Stale crushed Baylor 63-8 in a game so one-sided that Andy Hamilton, a second-string back, scored four touchdowns. West Virginia, No. 18, and Wyoming, No. 19, rolled lo easy victories. The Mountaineers Olher offensive displays were provided by Houslon, which mauled Mississippi Slale 74-0 as Gary Mullins threw three touchdown passes to Elmo Wright and Robert Newhouse gained 245 yards on the ground; Idaho's Steve Olson, who passed for 363 and five TDs in a 31-21 upset of Southern Mississippi; Auburn's Pat Sullivan, four scoring passes in a 44-3 rout of Kentucky; Cornell's Ed Marianro, 245 yards rushing despite a 21-7 loss to Rutgers; Steve Ramsey of North Texas State, who hurled his team lost to Drake Keydets suffering their third consecutive shutout, and the whipped hapless VMI 32-0, the 27-23, and Dennis Shaw of San tCevdet-S Sllffprtncr Ihnir tV»i»r! Tliorrn Ctntn r;..« rnr-* · _ Diego State, five TD passes in a 55-21 romp over San Jose. Dickey Reviews 'Horrors' Of Past -- Hopes to Improve dell Mitchell ran. for 123 yards including a 58-yard TD, as No. 2 Jenn State held off Kansas State 17-14. Arkansas' Bill Montgomery and Chuck Dicus teamed up fo' two scores as the third-ranke Razorbacks turned back Texas Christian 24-6 and No. 4 Texas ;oyad with Navy 5S-17, using its first-stringers less than half the game. Clarence ! 81 yards Davis rambled for and Jimmy Jones hrew three touchdown passes as fifth-rated Southern California walloped Oregon State 31-7. Oklahoma, ranked sixth, was die but Georgia, No. 7, crushed South Carolina 41-16, breaking open a 1+-10 contest with 27 Mints in the final quarter. MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP) - .ynn Dickey says he studied a icrror movie last summer to mprove himself as a passer. Dickey h i m s e l f was the Frankenstein monster in the horror film, because all it contained was the clips of the interceptions the big Kansas State quarterback suffered in 1968 as a sophomore. Dickey threw 19 interceplions, or nearly two a game. "We cul oul all of our inter ceptions and put them inlo on film--sort of a horror film, Dickey said. "But I think i helped me. I had a little troubl on the underneath coverage when out. Ihe linebackers I was having spread troubli underlhrowing the ball and Ihej were picking Ihem off." In K-State's firsl Iwo games his fall--viclories of 48-15 over Saylor and 42-27 over Arizona-- )ickey has had Iwo intercep ions in 56 attempts. That's an average of one interceplioi every 28 allempts. Last year, he MELBOURNE, Australia AP) -- Mexican featherweighl champion Vicenle Garcia will Australian Lionel Rose's op- jonent in Melbourne Nov. 1. Arrangements for Garcia to ak« the nontitle open air 10- ound match at Melbourne's lympic Velodrome were com- I«ted today by promoter Bill »ng. Long sealed the terms by elephone to promoter George arnassus in Los Angeles. Ihrew one in 13.6 attempts. He's completed 29 for 279 yards and four touchdowns this year. "Lynn Dickey has a chance to be a great passer," Coach Vince Gibson says every chance he gets. "His potenlial is outstand- 'ng." There are few coaches in the Big Eight Conference who would argue with Gibson. Dickey, who will lead the Wildcats against second-ranked Pe'nn Stale and its awesome defense here Saturday, says he started aiming toward quarterback a long time ago. "I really started coneenlral ing on Ihrowing a foolball in th. eighth grade," he said. "M;, Family has always been in ath Ictics. My brother was crippled !y polio when he was six. Since he couldn't do it, he kind ol lushed me." Dickey is a junior who could jecome the top passer in Big Sight history. He was recruitec by 40 or 50 schools when he ;raduated from Osawalomie, Kan., High School. "Mostly, I chose K-State be- :ause of the pro offense I knew Coach Gibson would run. I kind f took a chance, because foot- mll here has been sort of down. 5ut I figured K-State's pro of- ense might be best for m« and my abilities. "Now I'm glad I made the decision. He (Gibson) has gone out nd gotten the good players, 'ow we believe we can play ith anybody." Snow Dampens Weekend Prep Grid Action By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Heavy snows postponed two key games in Colorado high school football ranks over the weekend and forced another to be scrapped entirely; Cherry Creek, the No. 1 ranked school in the Associated D ress top ten high school foot- iall poll, meets Aurora Hinkey lonight while ninlh-rated Arapahoe plays Aurora Central 'onight. Denver Lincoln, rated No. 4 y AP sportswriters and sports roadcasters, was scheduled to meet Golden bul Ihe game was cancelled because of snow and will nol be rescheduled. In games thai were played, second-ranked Boulder rolled over Littleton, 21-0 while Lakewood, last year's Class AAA champion, also shoutout an opponent, belting Bear Creek 20-0. La Junta, No. 5,, continued to thunder past the enemy, whitewashing Canon City 41-0 while Trinidad picked up'a close vic- ':ory in its No. 6 spot, edging Colorado Springs Wasson 18-12. Boulder Fairview saw its record drop lo 2-2-1 over Ihe weekend, losing to Englewood, 29-0. Loveland, eighth-rated, defeated jongmont 19-0 and Pueblo Cenl- ral, new to the top ten, whipped Pueblo South, 28-13. The average truck in use today is eight, years old. Hunting Equipment · SHOTGUNS · RIFLES High Powered Small Game · AMMUNITION Factory Fresh mm IARGENT PORT HOP LIU I! 1008 8th Ave. Ph. 353-4567 GOOD WESTERN BRANDS THE 5TOCKMAN 942 9th Av«.

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