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ffOHT IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN TUESDAY, JUNE T, 1963. Clark Scores Easy Triumph in Indianapolis '500' Race Victory Is First By Foreign Racer Since 1916 Event By JERRT LISKA INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The bagpipes played long and loudly for Scot Jimmy Clark's record- smashing big Indianapolis 500- mile auto-race triumph in a sale, sane but mechanically fatal Memorial Day motor classic It was the first victory by a foreigner since the 1916 race was won by Italy's Dario Rest a. However, paeans also sounded for the greatest showing by rookie drivers, who won five of the first nine places in Monday's methodical grind which bowled out ailing machines like ten-pins. The new breed of rear-engine speedsters, 27 in all against four one-time Offenhauser roadsters and two ill-fated Novis, was far less durable than the new breed of drivers. Twenty - two cars were knocked out of the race, most of them before it was half finished, leaving only 11 running when Clark won with a record average of 150.686 m.p.h., about five miles ahead of runner-up Par nelli Jones of Torrance Calif., the 1963 champion. Nine of 17 rear-engine Fords and nine of 10 rear-engine Offys limped off the track. Two of the Jour Offy roadsters finished, but neither Novi did. Third was Italian-born rookie Mario Andretti, now from Nazareth, Pa., who as well as Clark and Jones shattered the former record of 147.35 m.p.h. set by 1964 winner A. J. Foyt, of Houston, Tex. Luckless Foyt, Monday's pole driver and also 1961 champion virtually handed the race to Clark when the transmission failed on his modified Lotus- Ford after battling the Scot closely for 290 miles. Then, all the slick-driving bachelor farmer from Duns, Scotland, had to do was keep his snarling green and yellow Lotus-Ford on the beam for a no- contest triumph. That set off a screeching band of bagpipers, led by two tethered Scottish terriers. The last half ot the 200 whirls around the 2V£-mile Speedway found the more than 220,000 fans applauding the tight second- place battle between Jones and Andretti. With a cupful of fuel in his tank, Jones loafed under the checkered flag with a 149.2 m.p.h. average for second and the 25-year-old Andretti, also driving a rear-engine Ford, was third with 149.1 m.p.h. Jones, who loaded only 25 gallons in his 55-gallon-capacity car in his last pit stop, ran out of fuel on the post-finish lap. Behind Andretti, other placing rookies were Gordon Johncock, Hastings, Mich., fifth; Mickey Rupp, Mansfield, Ohio, sixth; Bobby Johns, Miami, Fla., eighth; and Al Unser, Albuquerque, N.M., ninth. Fourth went to Al Miller, "sophomore" driver from Standish, Mich., while Don Branson, Champaign, 111., making bis seventh start, was seventh; Eddie Johnson, Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, 12-year veteran, 10th; and Len Button, Portland, Ore., starting a seventh time, was ilth in the only surviving entry. Clark gets his slice of about a $600,000 purse at tonight's victory party. Last year, winner Foyt's share was $153,650, based on t total prize melon of $506,625. Over Quarter-Million See Holiday Baseball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS More than one-quarter of a million people clicked through turnstiles at major league baseball parks Memorial Day. With 50,997 — the largest crowd of the season — on hand for the doubleheader between Cincinnati and the National League-leading Dodgers at Los Angeles, the total for the 17- game program reached 257,794. Detroit Breaks Doubleheader Jinx by Splitting With Yanks NEW YORK (AP) — The Detroit Tigers were to take on the Syracuse farm hands of the International League in an exhibition today following Manager Charlie Dressen's return and the ending of a season - long major league doubleheader jinx. Dressen rearranged his batting order after dropping the opener to the New York Yankees 3-1 Monday. It paid off for a 5-1 victory in the nightcap. With Chicago and Minnesota splitting twinbills, the Tigers remained three games off the American League pace set by the Twins and 2Mz behind the White Sox. Dressen moved Dick McAuliffe from eighth to seventh in the second game batting order. It paid off in the first inning with McAuliffe slamming a two-run single to climax a four-run burst. The blow knocked out rookie 19-year-old southpaw Oil Blanco and kept the Yankees mired in eighth place. Joe Sparma, meanwhile, continued a new "Yankee Killer" by firing a five-hitter at the fading Bronx Bombers for his second victory over them in five days and his fourth triumph this year against two setbacks. Whitey Ford outdueled Denny Standings By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League W. L. 27 15 27 16 19 21 20 24 21 19 26 20 28 Vt 25 21 Pet. G.B. .643 .625 .568 .543 .512 .500 .500 .422 .417 3 4 t) V 6 6 91/2 10 Minnesota Chicago .. Detroit 25 Baltimore Cleveland Los Angeles 24 Boston 21 New York . Washington Kansas City 10 29 .256 15'/2 Monday's Results Minnesota 6-4, Baltimore 0-5 Los Angeles 5-0, Boston 3-3 New York 3-1, Detroit 1-5 Chicago 4-3, Cleveland 3-4, 1st game 10 innings Washington 5-5, Kan. City 2-1 Today's Game Los Angeles at Boston Only game scheduled Wednesday's Games Detroit at New York, N Chicago at Cleveland, N Baltimore at Kansas City, N Boston at Minnesota, N Washington at Los Angeles, 2 twi-night National League W. L. Pet. G.B. Los Angeles 29 17 San Fran. Cincinnati Milwaukee St. Louis . Housion .. Chicago .. Phila'phia Pittsburgh New York .630 .565 .545 .525 .523 .479 .455 .455 .455 .370 3 4 5 5 7 8 8 8 12 26 20 24 20 21 19 23 21 23 25 20 24 20 24 20 24 17 29 Monday's Results Pittsburgh 5, Philadelphia 2 San Francisco 4, St. Louis 2 New York 5-3, Chicago 2-3, 2nd game called, 9, innings, darkness Los .Angeles 4-1, Cincinnati 3-6 Houston 7, Milwaukee 2 Today's Games New York at Chicago St Louis at San Francisco Philadelphia at Pittsburgh, N Milwaukee at Houston, N Only games scheduled Wednesday's Games New York at Chicago Houston at Cincinnati, N Philadelphia at Pittsburgh, N San Francisco at Milwaukee. Los Angeles at St. Louis, N N Major League Stars By. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS PITCHING — Gaylord Perry, Giants, allowed two first-inning singles, then pitched no-hit ball over the final 8 2-3 innings as San Francisco whipped St. Louis 4-1. BATTING — Maury Wills, Dodgers, stroked four singles, scored the tying run after steal- Ing two bases and drove in two runs, the second pushing across the -winning run in the ninth inning in Los Angeles' 4-3 first- game victory over incinnati. THIS COPENHAGEN. WHATSVOUR) TOBACCO. /"* FRED? I COPENHAGEN. SURE IS. AND THATS REAL COPENHAGEN TOBACCO TASTE! LEAVES BOTH HANDS FREE, TOO. SO AHEAD, TAKE A PINCH. TRY A PINCH OF REAL TOBACCO TASTE ChMk aef •«•. N» ehiwini, McLain in the opener. It was Detroit's Ilth straight loss in doubleheader warfare. The Tigers had dropped five straight twinbills. Dressen's first appearance on the Tiger bench since he suffered a heart attack last spring in Florida looked promising as Jake Wood, Don Wert and Don Demeter opened the first inning with singles. But Ford settled down to blank Detroit the rest of the way. The Yankees tied the score in the second on singles by Tom Tresh and Doc Edwards, plus Ford's infield grounder. New York wrapped up the first game in the sixth on Mickey Mantle's single, a walk, a passed ball, a stolen base and Edwards' scratch hit to short. The Tigers staked Sparma to a 4-0 lead in the first inning of the nightcap. Wert singled, Jerry Lumpe walked and Demeter drove Wert home with a base hit. Al Kaline walked to load the bases, and after Willie Horton filed out, Lumpe scored from third on George Thomas' sacrifice fly to Mantle. Both runners moved up on Mantle's throw to the plate, McAuliffe's base knock followed. Detroit made it 5-0 in the second on Wert's second hit, a walk to Kaline and Horton's single. The Yanks got their lone run in the third when Phil Linz went to second on Sparma's wild throw and scored on Wert's bobble of Bobby Richardson's grounder. The Tigers take on the Yankees again Wednesday in a night game. (First Game) Detroit 100 000 000—1 6 0 New York 010 002 OOx—3 8 0 McLain, Fox (8) and Freehan; Ford (9) and Edwards. W—Ford (4-6). L—McLain (13). second game DETROIT AB R H BI Wert 3b 5 220 Lumpe 2b 4 100 Demeter Ib 5 1 11 Kaline cf 2 Cash Ib 0 Horcon If 4 Thomas rf 3 M'A'liffe ss 4 Freehan c 3 Sparma p 4 Totals 34 1 0 0 000 Oil Oil 032 010 000 595 NEW YORK ABRHBI Linz ss 3 1 00 Rich"son 2b 3 010 Boyer 3b 1 010 Maris rf 4 0 00 Mantel If 4 010 Pepitone Ib 4 000 Tresh cf 4 000 Clarke 3b 4 010 Edwards c 4 0 10 Balance p 0 0 00 Bouton p 1 000 A.Lopez ph 1 000 Barker ph 1 000 Totals 34 . 1 50. Detroit 410 000 000—5 New York 001 000 000—1 E—Sparma, Demeter. LOB— Detroit 7, New York 7. 2B— Clarke, Boyer. SF—Thomas. IP H R ERBBSO Sparma Blanco Bouton Reniff Ramos 9 2-3 3 1-3 3 2 1 4 1 0 0 0 4 1 0 0 (4-2). L—Blanco W—Sparma (0-1). WP—Sparma. PB—Edwards. T—2:22. A—31,442. FROM LAKE GOGEBIC—Ervin Rasper Jr. of Bergland displays the lOMs-pound, 35-inch northern pike he caught in Lake Gogebic while fishing from the Bergland dock. It took Kasper about 10 minutes to land the fish. Twi-Lite League Pairings Listed The Men's Thursday Twi-Lite Golf League of the G o g e b ic Club was forced to sit out last week's play because of rain. Following are the league standings and the pairings for Thursday's matches: STANDINGS Tts. Hjalmquist's 70 Vertin's 70 Rodegheiro's 68Vi Vaara's 67 C. F. Anderson 64'/ 2 Ulasich's 63'/a Coxey's 83 Vi Minkin's 62 Krizmanich 58 Burn's , 57 THUSDAY'R PAIRINGS: C. F. Anderson'* Burns' J. Jacobs Hoy Peterson A. R. Munari F Fertile Dr. S. Albert Ken Rowe T. Liliqutst B. Hokkanen Don Brown P. Malovrh Al Lord John Fox Fr. Cappo Hoy Ahonen J. Bennetts E. Lmdberg L. Paoli Wm. Burns C. F. Anderson H. L. Schieber lllaslcb's Hjalmquist's Sam Davey M. tTlgerlo Bob Paquin O. Rowe El Newman D. Hjalmquist Dr. R. Perkins E. Litsheim M. Pavlovich R. Cigallio P. Ulasich . Geo. LaBlonde J. Gorrilla, Jr Joe Barbera C Sctterlund C. E. Gunderson Dr. M. Gertz Bob Kovacevich J. English Geo. Albert Krltmanloh's Rodegblero's Dr. V. Velln C. E. Carlson Dr. J. Gorlll J. Krznarich Rev. Moreland Dorn Santini T. Krizmanich Len Beissell F. Drazkowski B. Rodeghiero Al Wright R. Bohne K. McFarlane W. Fellow Geo. Francouer F. Duff in Jim Anderson E. Strom W. Kershner D. Pitrone Vertin's Mlnkln'i C Vertin E. Minkin R. Lutwitzi W. Handrickson Tom Lundin B. Downs Chet Peterson Geo. Lee J. W. Huss H. Mattson Pete Barbara Chas. Rosa J. Elsemore Rev. Ncrenz Pete Kopecko Ted Ellos A. C. Bennett Bob Anderson W. McLean B. Shouldtce Coxey'H Vaara'a C. Coxey B. Vaara F. Cerasoli T. Landretti W. Newman D. Benetti P. R. Gunderson Dr. M. Gingrich Larry Johnson Geo. Sievlla Rev. Hnllberg Dick Guth J. Hevoy J. Frick Dave McDonald F. Barbera Wm. Greer L. Lieberthal D. E. Ferguson H. AUender Results of Fights By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS FLOSINONE, Italy — Salvatore Burruni, Italy, stopped Francisco Perez Berdonces, Madrid, 8, flyweights, non-title. TOKYO—Mitsunor Seki, Japan, stopped Anatadej Sithiran, Thailand, 9, featherweights. Junior Miss Softball League Will Start Campaign June 7 The Ironwood Junior Miss Softball League is scheduled to start its 1965 season June 7 with a doubleheader to be played between Central and Norrie, and Newport and St. Ambrose. Games will be played on Monday and Wednesday eveni n g s with a doubleheader scheduled for each date. The first game of the evening will begin at 5 and the second game will follow the completion of the first. The league will play all of its games at Gorrilla Field but if the field has not been conditioned by the season opening date the first contests will take place at Randa Field, stated league officials. This season the league will have five teams, Norrie, Sleight, Central, St. Ambrose and Newport, and over 100 girls h a ve signed up to take part. Th i s year girls in the sixth, seventh and eighth grades are eligible to play in the league. The league officers are looking for some persons to umpire in the league this year. Interested persons are asked to contact Bill Turunen or Bill Lynch. Following is the league schedule for the summer, not including the all-star game scheduled for the first week in July. June 7 Central vs Norrie Newport vs. St. Ambrose . June 9 Newport vs. Norrie Central vs. Sleight June 14 St. Ambrose vs. Central Norrie vs. Sleight June 16 Newport vs. Sleight Norrie vs. St. Ambrose June 21 Sleight vs. St. Ambrose Newport vs. Central June 23 Central vs. Norrie Newport vs St. Ambrose Central vs. Sleight June 28 Newport vs. Norrie Central vs Sleight June 30 St. Ambrose vs. Central Norrie vs. Sleight July 12 Newport vs. Sleight Norrie vs. St. Ambrose July 14 Sleight vs. St. Ambrose Newport vs. Central July 19 Newport vs. St. Ambrose Central vs. Norrie July 21 Central vs. Sleight Newport vs. Norrie July 26 Norrie vs. Sleight St. Ambrose vs. Central July 28 Newport vs. Sleight Norrie vs. St. Ambrose August 2 Newport vs. Central Sleight vs. St. Ambrose fays- Dressen Tells of Dreaming About Pulling Pitcher By JOE REICHLER Associated Press Sports Writer NEW YORK (AP) — They used to say of Ted Williams that he could roll out of bed, step up to the plate in the dark of night, and get a base hit. The great hitter has nothing on Charlie Dressen. The dandy little manager of the Detroit Tigers can get out of a hospital bed at midnight and yank a pitcher. Chuck, back on the job for the first time since a heart attack felled him in spring training March 8, was talking about it before the Monday doubleheader between the Tigers and New York Yankees. The doubleheader resulted In a split, the Yanks taking the first 3-1 and the Tigers taking the other 5-1. The win ended a streak of five Tiger doubleheader losses this season. "I usually don't dream,'* he said, "but this one night, at the hospital, I was dreaming that I was back managing the ball club. I must have been a little delirious because I was tossing from side to side and making noises. Finally, I pulled myself out of bed. The nurse rushed over and grabbed hold of me. 'Mr. Dressen, Mr. Dressen, what do you think you're doing?' she asked. "'I'm takin' out the pitcher,' I told her. 'They're hittin' him pretty good.'" Except for a little less vibrancy in his voice and a lot less poundage around his waistline, there appeared little change in Charlie despite his enforced layoff of nearly three months. "Did I miss being in uniform?" he repeated. "Sure I missed it. But I kept in touch." The 66-year-old Dressen said he had no specific instructions from the doctors other than to take an hour's stroll each morning before breakfast, then rest for ar hour before starting his normal functions of the day. He has slimmed down 14 pounds to 163. "My first day out I walked two blocks," he said. "The next day I walked four, then stretched it out to eight blocks a day. Now I walk three miles every day. After that the doctors said I can do what I want." Dressen said he received numerous get well letters and cards while in the hospital. Two letters were from Cleveland Manager Birdie Tebbets, a heart victim last year. All the letters have been answered. In his reply to Tebbetts, Chuck wrote: 'You made it and I will, too. I only wish Hutch (former Cincinnati Manager Fred Hutchinson, who died of cancer last winter) also had made it." Spring Arbor Nips Lewis 4-2 SPRING ARBOR (AP) — A grand-slam homer by Neil Veydt in the sixth gave Spring Arbor a clean sweep in the first two rounds of the District 6 baseball tournament of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) here Monday. It Is a double-elimination affair. Veydt's blow provided the margin in Spring Arbor's 4-2 finals victory over Lewis, the NAIA Illinois champion. Anderson (Ind.) defeated Ashland (Ohio) 6-3 in the consolation game. In the opening round, Spring Arbor defeated Anderson 4-2 and Lewis turned back Ashland 10-1. Over $30 Million Bet at U.S. Tracks By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Almost a half million Americans—468,707 — went to the races on Memorial Day, betting $30,797,603 at the pari-mutuel windows at 23 thoroughbred tracks. A record crowd of 73,375 at New York's Aqueduct was by far the largest, betting a record $6,120,631. It was the first $6- million day ever recorded by a track anywhere. I WONDERFUL MOMENT—Jim Ryun, a senior at Wichita (Kan.) East High School, and a member of the 1964 U.S. Olympic team has the fastest mile in the country this year, a 3:58.3. Women's Golf Season Opens The Women's Golf League of the Gogebic Country Club will play its first team matches of the season on Wednesday. A "poker hand" event will be played along with the regul a r match play. WEDNESDAY'S FAIRINGS Barbara Romack Kathy Whltworth Edie Rowe Kay Kovacevich Mary Babera Helen Wyzlic Ardith Stoncmark .... Lucy Gustafson Dorothy Albert Pudge Johnson Peg Bennetts . . Elaine Moreland ... Betsy Rawls Ruth Peilow Lcnore Ferguson .. Wilma Cigallio ... Pam Fontccchio . . . Dorothy Mattson . . . Lucille MacFarlane Marllynn Smith Doreen Ahonen Vivian Kctola ... Wilda Rowe Betty Wernham . Marian Newman Ingrid Greer Mary English Louise Sugfs . Fnyc Krznarich Marian Mack .... Nony Ctoon Lou Hcndrlckson . Lucille Strom Marcella Beissel Mickey Wright Isabclle Frick . .. Esther Hallberg Anna Mae Vukovlch Eileen Santini .. Florine LaBlonde Fans Set Two Park Records HAZEL PARK (AP)—A Memorial Day throng of 28,762 set a new Michigan betting record of $1,875,011 on a 10-race program at the Hazel Park track. The crowd set a new Hazel Park mark, eclipsing the previous top of 27,375 horse racing fans who turned out there on Labor Day 1953. The Detroit Race Course claims the attendance record with 29,570. The old state betting record was held by Hazel Park and was set Oct. 19, 1963, when $1,762,911 was wagered. Salesman Prior, the favorite, nipped Peter Pumpkin by a head in capturing the $25,000 Memorial Day Handicap, paying $7.80, $5.40 and $3.80. The Nutts was third. The victory was worth $13,012 to the winner. T.A. Grissom's Morning Cast broke a leg in the feature race and had to be destroyed. M.H. Van Berg's Ramblin Read won the $7,500 Veterans Handicap shortly after Van Berg had purchased this horse and Royal Course from Canadian G.H. Hall for $85,000. Freddie R. was second and Up Scope third. BUY BY THE CASE! Oil Filters 1 Price AUTOMOTIVE ON-THE-CORNER Manifield and Ayer Sit. Dial 932-0900 5 •g =1 M I It il forl TIRE SALE •GUARANTEED AGAINST ALL ROAD HAZARDS Al Lomont's "SPUR" Service W. CloT«rland Dr. Ph. 932-1130 Irenwood Perry Hurls 2-Hitter to Give Giants 4-1 Win Over Cardinals By MIKE RATHET Oaylord Perry, best known for the pitch he made against a dugout wall, has found he's more effective aiming at the! catcher. The 26-year-old San Francisco right-hander strayed off target in the first Inning Monday when he allowed two hits, but he settled down quickly and held St. Louis hitless over the final 8 2-3 innings as the Giants stretched their winning streak to five games with a 4-1 triumph. It was the best performance of the season for Perry, who put on quite an act last year when he precipitated the zany case of the many-splintered bat. In a game at Houston, he was tagged for a game-winning hit by Nellie Fox and immediately stormed off the mound, picked up Fox 1 bat and threw it against the concrete dugout. The concrete dugout didn't give. The bat did. And Perry was billed by the Houston club for the cost of the bat, $2.98. Apparently, he's learned his lesson well. Instead of splintering bats, he's taken to stilling them. In his last three starts, he has allowed only five runs for a 1.80 earned-run average while bringing his record to 5-3 and moving in behind Juan Marl- chal as a stopper for the Giants. Records Erased In Double Meet KALAMAZOO (AP) — Flint Central's Len Hatchett set a record in the 180-yard low hurdles and was named outstanding athlete Saturday as Michigan's top high school stars competed in the 10th annual Champion of Champions track and field meet. The meet was held at Western Michigan University, also the scene of the annual Michigan Federation track and field meet in which college and independent trackmen broke seven records. Hatchett won the 180-yard lows in the record time of :19.4, won the 120-yard high hurdles and ran a leg on the winning 880-yard relay team. Vicksburg's Steve Bishop set a record of 4:18.7 in the mile run while Earl Winblad of Bangor and Rich Stevens of Dearborn Heights ran a dead heat in the 440-yard dash, breaking the tape in a record :49.8. Record 'smashers in the Michigan Federation meet included Western's Dennis Holland with a 26 feet, 2V 2 inch broad jump; Jim Garrett of Michigan State who ran the 100-yard dash in 9.6; MSU's Gene Washington who ran the 120-yard high hurdles in 14 seconds, and Western's Ralph Stevenson who was clocked at 1:50.8 in the 880-yarcl run. Independent athletes captured three records. Ernst Soudek threw the discus 185 feet, 1V 2 inches; Verdell Pritchett won the shot put with a toss of 54 feet and Mickey Turcel cleared the pole vault bar at 15 feet, 5 inches. The Giant's victory moved them to within three games of the National League-leading Los Angeles Dodgers, who split • doubleheader with Cincinnati, winning the opener 4-3 before Joey Jay ended the Reds' six- game losing streak with a three- hit, 6-1 nightcap triumph. Pittsburgh, meanwhile, ran its winning streak to 11 games by defeating Philadelphia 5-2, Houston topped Milwaukee 7-2 and the New York Mets downed the Chicago Cubs 5-2 before the second game was halted by darkness after nine innings with the score tied 3-3. It will have to be replayed. Perry was in trouble right off the bat against St. Louis as Bill White led off the first with a single, stole second and moved to third on a wild pitch. White scored on a grounder by Curt Flood and then Ken Boyer singled. But that was all for the Cardinals as they lost their fifth straight. Perry got the only runs he needed in the sixth inning when Willie McCovey hit his Ilth homer, a two-run shot off Curt Simmons. Simmons now is 3-6. Maury Wills was the key to the Dodgers' first - game triumph. The little shortstop stole second and third in the fifth inning and scored the tying run on Ron Fairly's single. Then, in the ninth, he stroked his fourth single, driving in the winning run. Jay, now 3-1, allowed only Jim Gilliarn's third-inning double over the first eight innings before the Dodgers broke his shutout bid in the ninth. Frank Robinson supplied the big bat for the Reds with a double and his eighth homer. Donn Clendenon tripled home two runs and scored on Bill Mazeroski's single as the Pirates jumped on Chris Short for five runs in the third inning and put the game out of the Phillies' reach. Don Cardwell got the victory with relief help from Frank Carpin and Al McBean. Bob Aspromonte's bases-loaded single in the eighth knocked in the first two runs in a six-run explosion that carried Houston past the Braves in a night game. Tony Cloninger, who had blanked the Astros after Joe Morgan's lead-off homer in the first inning, walked the bases full in the eighth and Aspromonte delivered the deciding hit. The Mets won the opener behind Jack Fisher's three-hit pitching and a three-run homer by Jim Hickman in the first inning. Fisher retired 17 In a row at one stretch while bringing his record to 4-4. TIKES All sizes in stock Summer Treads Blackwall or Whitewall "BUY HERE WHERE QUALITY IS KNOWN" Plutchak Bros. MASS, MICHIGAN COTTAGE OWNERS. TOO... will find the material they need at Erspamer's for FIX-UP, PAINT-UP, CLEAN-UP! In our BARGAIN SHED cottage owners will find • WINDOWS • DOORS • INSULATION at the kind of prices that make that home-away-from- home less of an expense! SEE OUR SELECTION NOW! 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