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TUESDAY, JUNE 18. 1985 LEADER -TELEGRAM PAGE 3B Samboani Baseball Tennis m Horseshoes teiaa Detroit (Balr MAJOR LEAGUES AatlBKAN LXAOUI BaetDtvlatea oa tS J74 m gUtt DM SSI I Bittaore n it .u tt .M a MUwiukw U 4tS H cieeeieae at ja it eet UvMea cweio, ma. CiUlormU U M Ml tt iiaeetcuv un .mm Oaklaad. II JO .301 I M II .441 I M M M II Boetoa I, Detroit 1 Niw York It, Beltlaore t MUwtakee I Torooto 1 Beoeaa City It, aluuoeeu I Oeii ftmtt kWiiM imiiiti uei IKlv i-ll at M). U I B. CalHccele (WW 44) it Clevtltad (Schulae M), l it a at New York (Cowley 44) It BiUlmon (Dtvitt-t), I Me.n. jDaklaae (CUroU M) at Chktto (Tinner 14), T:N p.m. tuttlt (WUklnaoa 1-1) M Tuu (Tutu 1-T). V.tS t.m. . Mtnnetoti (Smltitoo M) tt Kuiu Citjf (Gubteii l-t). T U p.m. Toronto (Utl W) at Milwaukee iiurni -9), 7:u a.m. Oaaaa Taroate at MUwauku, 1:11 p.a. ram ti ueiron. o:te p.m. CiUloralt at Cleveland, 1:15 p.a. Ntw York tt Bilumore, 1:11 p.m. Seattle tt Tew,l:U a.m. , MlaaatoU at Ktnau Ctty, l:U a.a. NATtpNAL LXAOUI . I t Ht OB Mootretl I IT SI .917 Caietfo ) MB .id 1 St Loult 34 M .NT lVt Ntw York H n At H FhiliaelpMi ; St N .4W 11 PttUburgh MM ,IM IS wan uiTUioa M mi M aaa. uCKf - au tat t.u Gftaft wTmiIh aaiJUlfcM fit E-Ctiaa. DP-Miaaeaota 1. LOB-Mltnatott 11, Kintal Cttjr 4. IB-GatM, Break, TeateL BB-Btuaal I (U)7V- I I IB BI SO VleUL.14 S S I S S S tuaoar Kl I 4 4 1 S "trait 114 1 1 1 BaaaaifTtr StbrhfaW,14 S M S S S S Quianonr 1 I t I a 1-1:11 A-M.eM. NEW YORK, N CHICAGO KBW YOU akrkkt eareM UaaaV 4lSBckmalk S11S Soobritb IIIIHeopef lilt Morelndrl ISIS MW&tncf MM Derha lk 1 a a Hrendi lk 1 a a JDivtoi it It Carter e 4111 Cap Ik lllsroRarlf 4SSS Spcttrai Jill Hurtl.rf it IS jaeuea a nil HJocje Willi Boak l list luuu atllll SutctHfep SSllDarUais tit CWlkarpr I 1 1 Fritter III! TaUk) MtilTataa rill Sew! M til Wt-1 Gtma Winning BBI-Ctrter (T). DP-Caictfo 1. Ntw York L LOB-Chl-eto a, Ntw York t. IB-Http, Hortlu4. HR-Carter (I). SB-Backmu (I). IT CINDER CITY MEM AA linrtat StmlflstU: Hod oaf. Lawter M. 14; J. Witt oat. Jootl 1-1. M. rioala: Boll daf. Witt 1-1. M, 14. AtwMMa Ooeteek def Couala -. H; O'Doaeboe M. Hot acre 14, M, a-s. rtaala: Gatack al O'Oooabea t-S. i-a. ? LAFAYETTE Botaciw-Goataek datr. Paktak-Sarflaeoml t-l, a-1; O'Daoahoa-Thlrakonaa m. Ptal-Bars 1-0. a-s. rinata: O'Daaakoa-Tklrakamaa dtf. Botacra-Ooatack M. 14, 74. WOMBM 1. Brewa Hut.......". ao- L Dtek t Caoatea Wajrakla.. SO-N S. Battle Laaaa. 4J-U 4. Luwr MH4ltl 1 Lawlar'a. 4445 I. Sharwood laa. 4M4IH T. Dtck'a Ckalat 40-M a. Woodjr'a MH-MH 5. Parkara Plata. M-SS U. Harpawa U4T Stmiflntlt Uaflaa : STcki woarar daf. Barkowakl a-T. T4, M; Sartiacomi daf. Harrold 1-1. t-l. Iloala: Sarucomi daf. Sckwoarar S4, T4. t-l. Schwarr4rltcoal daf. Sana-Baraajr 74, -f, Britimta-Cibla itt. BratamaKabla 14, 14, 74. kllXBO DOUBLES (amtftaala: Tklrakomani dat. O'Dooakoa 74, S4; Strgiacomla dat. Bckwoama 74, l-t. rinala: Tblrakemaaa daL Sargltcomlt 1-7, 74. 14. Sharwood laa 10, Brown But I: Dlcka Ckalat I. Lawlara T; Waytlda 10, Buatie Lanaa S; Llntr 11, Woody'a I; Parkar'a Plaea 12. Barpola 4. Waak'i Hlttan Dick Pen it, Don Shaw 17, Tim Porn M, Janr SchUUnf M, Norm Palch M. BUI Gauiar M. Barala SUItar S4. Can Chrttuojoa M. Surt BunBlng II, Katth Modi II, Laa TuaBMrmaa M, Jatt BaaU M. Bowling I B IB BB SO S SutcllHt. 0 4 T4:M. Su DlafO aounoa Ctncluatl Lot Anltl Atltntt SuPraatuwo Maadn! In PraMiaeo 4, Ctaeinatfi 0 ritukurgh J. Hoatraal I Bouttoa 4, Atltntt I Ntw York i, Chletfo 0 Sin Ditto I, Lot Anf alu 1 Only limit Khadtilad Taafeiay'i Oaaju Claetauitl (Putort 14) it Su Pnn-ciieo (Urtty 14), 1:05 p.m. PttUburth (McWUUimi 14) It Hoo-trttl (Smith T-l), 1:15 p.m. Cbfcifo (Trout 14) at Naw York (Lrnch Vt). I:U p.m. Bouttoa (MilMi H) at Atlanta (Smith l-t), 1:40 a.m. Fhiladtlphli (Carlton 14) at SU Loult (Tudor 4-T), 7:15 p.m. Su Ditto (Drtvackjr S4) at Lot An-Itlti (Wtlch 14), 1:15 p.m. Wadnaaatr't Otaat Clnelnnttl it Su FrtneiMO, 1:05 p.m. PitUhurih it Uontraal, 1:05 p.a. Chlcaso at Ntw York, l: p.a. Bouttoa it Atltntt. 1:40 p.m. Philtdtlphli at St Louii, T:I5 p.a. Su Ditto it Lot Anf tlaa, 1:15 p.a. KANSAS CITY, 10-3 M m .su 12 M .525 11 M .SIT 11 M .SIT M M .411 15 IT .401 Ckktaa SuteuHa L.S4 Fraiitr Naw York DarUni W.4-1 BBF-Burdla A-u.aa. . CITY YOUTH Ctt' taanaaaat Caaaaltboa ehtmptontklp Bta. m 01000 I S I 000 104 It T 15 1 WP: Ryu Whtlu 140, 1-bbt. Daa Olaon 0-ao, l-bb; BaatUa 7-ao, 5-bb. LP: Bubbard 1-ao. Mika Blanf S-to, 0-bb; Scott Doyle 5-to, S-ao. Leading hittare: Uona, DAa Trtp- Sler 2x5 (2B), Matt Beattie 15. oak OuUlckarud l4 (IB), Baa Wattphtl tat. Joe BambnitUr tad (SB); Ilkl, Mika Blaaf (S-HB). Football USFL BASTIBN CONPBBBNCI w L T ret rr PA 0 .701 422 211 .M7 411 Ml .SN IN 3d 51 M4 14 1 .SN IN 250 .471 MS IN 0 .215 Ml 474 l-Brmntha 12 l-Ntw Arty 11 l-Mtmphii 10 1 I 7 7 JtcktoevUle I Orlando 4 II a-TimpiBiy 10 a-Btltimore I WltTEBN CONPBBBNCI m i-Otklind 12 4 i-Duver 11 I KfUMtM 10 T Artwna I S Portland I 11 Su Antonio 4 IS Lh AtlMlM 1 11 xtiucoaa pityon Dru eaday'i Oaae Boutaa 41, Su Antonio 21 .715 441 HI .047 427 147 511 521 157 .471 Ml M7 .151 Ml 401 .215 275 421 .171 2N 4M SEATTLE OPEN SEATTLE Third-round multi (la-lime totala) Mondty at the SUSTOOO SeatUe Open: 1. Dennla Jtcquet, tllddlatown, N.J.,4,2ll. 2. Pete Weber, St. Loult. 4.011. I. Wayne Webb, Indlinipolti. 4. Sim Zurich, Berundo Bitch, Fll., 4,020. I. George Pappai, Charlotte, N.C.. 4,011. I. MarthtU Holm in, JackaonvUle, Ore., 4,000. 7. Ken Darwin, Seattle, Wath., 1.N1. I. Steve J. Martia. Kingiport, Tana., S,M0. . Hark Baker, Garden Grove, Calif., 1,051. 10 Mark WUllami, Beiumont, taua. I.M1. Etc. TRANSACTIONS TRANSACTIONS CINCINNATI RIDS-Slgnad Tim rm Etc. DeiU, pitcher, and aultned him to Billing! of the Pioneer League. PI TTSBUKOH PIRATES-Wtived Tim FoU, In-flelder, for the purpoae of giving aim hit uncondluonil roliiM. Ac-Uvited MtrviU Wynne, outfielder. ST. LOUIS CARDINALS-Pliced Tarry Pendleton, third batemtn, on the 15-dty dUabled lilt. CiUed up Curt Ford, outfielder, from LoultvlUa of the Amerteaa Auocia- MDfNESOTA IANSASCTTY akrkki tkrkki Puckett ef S 0 0 0 WUton ef 114 0 flltchar If S 1 2 0 LSmltk If 4 0 0 0 Brbek lk 4 110 Pryor lb 10 0 0 Bmntkyrf 4011 Brett b lilt JStahouidh itl 1 Uoaailf till tin e 10 11 Motley rt till aettl lb 4 0 0 0 White lb 4111 Teafel lb 4 010 McBae dh 4 1 1 1 Gagne tt 4111 Bilboni lk 4114 Sundarg e 4 110 Chmb u Ilia Mall MIUlTaUU MU14I ROC H IS T I R R E D WtNGS-Ftrad Frank Verdi, manager. Named Mark Wiley manager. BASUTBALL CHICAGO BULLS Named Stan Albeck ketd eotck. PHILADELPHIA Ttere-Named Jimmy Lyntm latiatant coach. 0 1 t ed Statei Btikttkill Liigai LONOIILAND KNIOBTS Signed Ed WUklaa, forward, and Reggie Carter, guard. Waived Rooaavelt Champmtn, guard. BOCXIY VANCOUVER CANUCKS Fired Larry Popaia, player paraonnel di rector, ana ueorga woon, acout unnnnnrp. Ly I montc UlVlllwV KING AND COURT Eddie "The King" Feigner will bring hit four-mta team to Chetek July 4 for to I p.m. gtme igttnit the Chetek Slow Pitch All Stan. The game It tponaored by the Chetek Chamber of Commerce, with all Erotita going to the eity'i youth tteball program. Advance, till tlckiti ire SI for adulu and I1.S0 for children, with tickeU at the lite 14 and U INDEPENDENCE RACE The Alliance for Chemtcil Abuae Education and Alternative Action la aponaorlng the Indee S- ind 10-k foot Stcea June 21 at Independence Hit k cnooi. Final race Inttructioni will be given tt 0:15 t.m Runnert will bt driven to the tttrting point of the rtcet. Utuil lie ciaaaaa, awarda to winner and T-thirtt to lU entriee. Entry fee It M. For Information, contact Charlotte Gamroth, 107 Slith St. North. Indtpendence, 54747. phone (715) M5-3544 or Jeen Matchey, 401 Maple St., Indepen dence, pnone (7 aaww. CHEESE DAYS Remit! of Sundiy'i Cliytoa Cheete Diyi Triithlon: Overall 1. Kurt SU1L Eau Clilre 15.40. 2. KoU FJelaUd. Chetek 17 :M. Overall Tttm 1. Kurt Stell-BUl Wright. Etu Claire, 111.21; 2. KoU FleiaUd-Matt Johnaon, Chetek. 111.24: 1. Anltta Bedhch-Llnda Bluer, Etu Clilre, 14I.M; 4. Joaaa Stuttgan-Mark Stut-tgaa. 150. Men u-ovtr I. Ted Covin, Stan WiUuk, Chlp-pewi Falla, 112.11. CAREER HITS A lift of mi)or letgui biMbiU'i career hit leaden through Sundiy'i gtmu it PeU Root of the Cinciuitl Bedt it-tempti to overtike Ty Cobb, and Bod Canw of the California Angela eloou in on the aeleet group of playen with 1,000 hlta: - l.TyCobb I Peu Rota I. Bank Aaron 4. Sun Muetal I. TrU Spttkir 1. flonut Wagner 7. Ctrl YittnemiU g. Eddie CoUina t. Willie Man II. Nip Ltjofct 11. Ptul Winer 11. Cip Anton 11. Lou Brock 14. AlBlline . ; . IS. Boberto Clemrate . Mets get revenge for Sucliffe comment By AitocUted Preu .. . Show pitched seven innings, alloi 4111 41M 1771 MM 151S MM Mil IMS 121 1252 1152 Mil MM M07 MOO Ron Darling pitched a five-hit shutout and Gary Carter hit a homer and cut snort a Chicago rally with a fine defensive play as tne Mets downed tne tuns z-o. rne Mets said that some Rick Sutcliffe remarks that had been in a story that was then taped to their clubhouse wall, didn't get them mad. WeU ... sort of. "That kind of thing is great when you're in a high school atmosphere and you pin something like that on the board and talk about it all day," Darling said after pitching the New York Mets to victory over the Chicago Cubs -Monday night. u Sutcliffe had been quoted as : saying that, alone among the Mets, pitcher Dwight Gooden could play for the Cubs. Sutcliffe said he wouldn't take Carter in exchange for his catcher, Jody Davis. Sutcliffe also said Montreal and St. .Louis, rather than New 1 York, were the teams to beat in the division. "Any comment like that fires you up." Carter said. "I was Sretty fired up when I got in the ugout (after the homer)." In AL games, New York hammered Baltimore 10-0, Milwaukee beat Toronto 2-1 and Kansas City blasted Minnesota 10-3. In National League games, San Diego . dropped Los Angeles 3-2, Houston topped Atlanta 4-2, Pittsburgh stopped Montreal 5-2, and san Francisco bopped Cincinnati 4-0. The Met's victory snapped their four-game losing streak and ex-' tended the Cuds' skid to six straight defeats. Darling, 6-1, allowed five hits and struck out seven batters in his second shutout of the season. He stretched his personal winning streak to five games. Carter gave the Mets a 1-0 lead by starting the bottom of the fourth inning with his ninth homer of the year just after he had displayed the defensive skills that make him one of the premier catchers in the game. Major leagues With two outs in the top of the fourth and Keith Moreland at third and Ron Cey on first, Carter blocked an errent Darling pitch and, after faking a throw to second, caught Moreland off the base and forced him into a rundown that ended the inning. Red Sox 3, Tigers 2 "We've played very, very well," Boston Manager John McNamara said Monday night after the Red Sox extended their winning streak to six games by rallying past the Tigers 3-2. Dwight Evans hit a two-run homer in the ninth inning to give Boston its 17th victory in .us last is games. The Red Sox. who were in sixth place and 10 games behind Toronto on May 26, are now in second place and trail the Blue Jays by 2Vb games. Royals 10, Twins i Steve Balboni, just l-for-14 with six strikeouts against Minnesota's Frank Viola last season, got his revenge at Royals Stadium. Balboni tagged Viola for a home run leading off the third inning and then nit a three-run homer with two outs in the sixth to cap a five-run outburst that put Kansas' City ahead 6-3. Balboni now has 12 homers this year. Bret Saberhagen, 7-3, got the victory while Viola, 7-6, took the loss. Yankees 10, Orioles 0 Rickey Henderson went S-for-S and Ron Guidry pitched a five-hitter for his sixth straight victory as New York sent Baltimore to its first loss under new Manager Earl Weaver. Padres 3, Dodgers 2 Los Angeles and Pedro Guerrero lost their four-game streaks. The Dodgers failecf to win, and Guerrero failed to homer, for the first game since June 9. Steve Gamy doubled, singled twice and scored the decisive run. Eric Show, 5-4, Craig Lefferts and Rich Gossage combined to restrict Los Angeles to eight hits. Show pitched seven innings, allow ing six nits, stmcing out seven and walking three. He also singled home Graig Nettles in the second inning. Astros 4, Braves 3 Nolan Ryan's eight strikeouts ' left the 38-year-old just 26 short of becoming tht first man in major league history to fan 4,-000 batters. Ryang3-3, has 100 strikeouts this year. Dave Smith retired all seven batters he faced for his 11th save. Pirates 5, Expos 2 Tony Pena hit a two-run homer and a run-scoring single as Pittsburgh ended Montreal's five- J;ame winning streak. Pena's ourth homer this season broke open a 3-2 game in the sixth in ning. Giants 4. Reds 0 2 Jeff Leonard knocked in a pair of runs with a homer and a single and left-hander Atlee Hammaker pitched a four-hitter. Hammaker, who walked two and struck out six, breezed to his first shutout since June 26, 1983. He allowed more than one runner on base in an inning only once. "Give. Hammaker all the credit," said Dave Concepcion, who had a 17-game hitting streak snapped. 5- 4 Help Prevent Birth j Defects 5 y Support the ' ' f I (Sb March of Dimes I Sports fa Ibffi Fitzgerald says Bucks sale not planned MILWAUKEE (AP) James F. Fitzgerald had no intention of selling the Milwaukee Bucks in 1979 when the National Basketball Association club went private, according to papers he filed in U.S. District Court Fitzgerald, who was one of the chief investors in Milwaukee Professional Sports & Services Inc., which owned the Bucks, was accused in a suit of forcing small investors out of the organization so he and his friends could sell and reap all of tljf profit. But a brief filed Monday included an affidavit from Fitzgerald in which he claims the failure of the team's cable television network, SportsVue, this year had prompted his first thoughts of selling the club. "Had SportsVue been a success instead of a failure, (I believe) that a sale would not have been considered even to this day," he said. The suit was filed in April by Robert S. and Jeam P. Saari. claiming that the $12 per share offered for their 1,200 shares was insufficient. Abdul-Jabba;, Gretzky honored by magazine NEW YORK (AP) - Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, the most prolific scorer in the history of the National Basketball Association, and Wayne Gretzky, who is rewriting the National Hockey League record book, were honored by Sport Magazine for being named the most valuable players of their respective playoffs. Abdul-Jabbar, 38, led the Los Angeles Lakers to the NBA title as they defeated the Boston Celtics in six games. In the Championship Series, Abdul-Jabbar eclipsed Jerry West as the all-time leading playoff scorer, this year averaging 25.7 points, nine rebounds and five assists per game. In winning the Conn Smythe Trophy as the most valuable player in the Stanley Cup playoffs, Gretzky now has won the only major award for which he has been eligible that has eluded him in his six-year career. For the series, the Edmonton Oilers' center scored seven goals and four assists for 11 points. Odds and ends. . . Stan Albeck is going home. Albeck, who last season coached the New Jersey Nets to a 42-40 record, was signed to a multi-year contract Monday to coach the Chicago Bulls. Albeck, a native of Chenoa, 111., said he was pleased to be returning to the Midwest and hopes his association with the Bulls will be a long one. "I think that, with some changes, the Bulls can be made into a team that can join the elite of the NBA." Albeck replaces Kevin Loughery, dismissed at the end of last season. Everyone knows Patrick Ewing is the Knicks' No. 1 draft pick. But where will 7-feet-6 Manute Bol end up? "If you pick Patrick Ewing and he doesn't pan out, nobody can criticize you," said Frank Catapano, Bol's agent. "If you pick Manute Bol and he doesn't pan out, they'll say, 'Oh, you were crazy.' " A member of the Dinka tribe of the Sudan, Bol was discovered in the summer of 1982 playing for his national team and was brought to the United States by former Fairleigh Dickinson Coach Don Feeley. He played just one year of American college basketball, leading Bridgeport, a Division II school, to a 26-6 record. He declared for the draft in an effort to get money to bring his sister to the United States. Who's No. 1? On the women's side, the Wimbledon organizers weren't quite sure. Chris Evert Lloyd and Martina Navratilova were made joint No. 1 seeds Monday for next week's All-England Tennis Championships, the first time in the 63-year history of seedings at Wimbledon that organizers were unable to name a pre-tournament favorite. Officials said they could not separate Navratilova, the defending champion, from Lloyd, who has just regained the world's No. 1 ranking. It is not our policy to give reasons for individual seedings," Chris Gorringe, chief executive of the All-England club, said. "But it is not difficult to guess the thoughts of the seeding committee in making Chris and Martina joint top seed. One is defending champion, the other has won the last two Grand Slam tournaments. As expected, defending champion John McEnroe is top-seeded in the men's singles, followed by Ivan Lendl, Jimmy Connors last year's runner-up and Mats Wilander, winner of the French Open earlier this month. . I TTTWal tV h -7t At. g 4irTTi I qggaHi I RALEIGH 1 Mejfjfflt at Sens I Ota AU MAKtt l!lUUtsflt4US GRAND OPENING WESTERN ARCADE'S BOOT WORLD 100's of name brand western boots to choose from. Priced $29.95 to $295. I iM 1 A aSTVV WESTERN ARCADE BOOT WORLD 83S-6451 ! Acroti from 701 on London Rd. com roe ? All-Car wins Mankato tournament MANKATO, Minn. - Green Bay All-Car, with the aid of area players, won the Mankato fastpitch tournament over the weekend, beating Madison Farm Tavern, 8-1, in the championship game. Dino Amundson, Eau Claire, had a double and single to aid the All-Car win. All-Car opened with a 2-0 win over Sioux City, la., and came back for a 3-2 win over Farm as pitcher Jim Cowdrey homered in the seventh. Peter Meredith was the loser. Steve Larson, Eau Claire, had a run-scoring single for Farm. All-Car beat Mankato, 6-5, in nine innings as Amundson, tow-drey and Bob Steigerwald hit homers. Farm bounced back from its loss to win three straight and reach the finals. In a 2-0 win over St. Paul Ail-American Bar Eau riairo'e Tlava Inhnsnn anrl T.arcnn hit back-to-back homers leading off the game to account for Farm's total. Amundson went 5-for-13 in the tournament and Pete Joas, Chippewa Falls,, had a run-scoring single in the championship game. All-Car went 5-3 and placed second to Viggertone of Cedar Rapids, la., in a tournament a week ago at Sioux City, la. All-Car takes part in the tournament at Bloomington, HI., this weekend. NOW IS THE TIME TO LEARN TO FLY AND THIS IS THE TICKET THAT WILL GET YOU STARTED fk gT f and this coupon entitles, Jlk J II you to a complete Discovery V" " Flint including a (xetlioht briefing, an opportunity to actually fly an airplane under the direction ol a certificated flight instructor and a special post-llight review It's your opportunity to "come aboard" and experience Hying lor yourself. And $20 pays lor everything! Your Discovery Flight will introduce you to the Cessna Pilot Center system that makes learning to fly easy and practical lor everyone Participating pilot centers establish their individual procedures tor Discovery Flights. GIBSON 3 C " Al LIJ li 33 18 L In lulinett Since I960 Eau Claire Airport I Sublct to limitation! In flight Plan Agroomont. j- e m r. x. btbi x t COMMERCIAL RENTAL HIGHWAY 53 11,250 sq. ft. retail space. Terms negotiable, excellent visibility. Contact Jim Theisen at DONNELLAN & THEISEN, INC. ,1808 Brackett Ave. 835-619.1 H3QL? GHME037 OTP puppy read lovers classified AKC iNCLIIM Springer Spaniel puppM. lalted wllh TIC. Storwd oH Ilia In the correct manner, lorn J-16 15. ready Urn week of April. 733 . The puppies are not ready to leave our home for 2 more weeks. Yet they are all sold to good homes from the cities and many rural areas. (20-25 calls the first day) Isn't It great when things go this well for us, the puppies mmmmmmmm aaajaajaaaaaaBaaeaaaaaa'- and their new families, and because of this the families can get to know their puppy long before they go home as they make many visitations this makes it easy for pups." Peter Lucnrelli - ': . ' ' ... L. l, : . : Chippewa - Falls- LEADER-TELEGRAM Phone 834-3471 or 1-800-472-6650 toll free in VVI. .CLASSIFIED WORKSL

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