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Terriers football start spring on Monday Spring football practice opens Monday for coach Paul \Vo- mack's Redlands high Terriers. More than 90 boys are expected to turn out lor the RHS team, including 15 returning lettermen. The Terriers will be out to improve their season record this year which was 5-4 in 1964. Assisting Womack with the varsity again this season will be Bob Earp in charge of the line and Roger Chaney working with the backs. Larry Britten returns as head of the junior varsity team with Joe DeMaggio assisting. Bill Cook will again coach the B team \vith Jack Nagasaka as his assistant. The Terriers will workout on the practice field from 3-5 p.m. each day. The only football equipment used will be shoes. Boys will wear regular gym clothes. "Spring football is very important to us," Womack said. "We plan to put in all our offensive and defensive plays during the 15 days allowed and to get our signals straight. It also gives us a great opportunity to see the boys and for them to see who they are working wiui.' jGreg Weaver: Dave Battershy, About 44 boys will be working'end; Terry Cook, end; Jim with the varsity during the [Glaze, linebacker; Bill Gram- spnng season. When the final cuts are made in September, the varsity squad will total 36 players. Varsity lettermen returning this season include quarterback Munoz, left end; Jim Spangler, tackle and Tim Van Horn, tackle. Other players out of the team include: Richard Alonjo, Keith Barron, Paul Buyma, Phil Cleaver, Mike Coyazo, Tim De- Bauw, Tom Ekeraa, Bruce Freeman, Tim Griffen, Mike Johnson, Jon Kairot, Jim Lauer, Richard Viramantes, Suemner White, David Wight. Warren WUliamson, Mark Wol- 1am, Gregory Woods, Ronnie Martinez, Larry Mcintosh, Carl McWilliams, Barry Miller, Bill Moore, Bill Morris, Gaylon Newton, Dwight Ogbum, Vic Olmeda, Ross Potter, Ray Shelton, Danny Smith. Joe Soils Jr., Danny Talley, John Tenney, James Terry, Glen Anderson, Bob Bierma, Ken Caires, Bill Cloud, Mike Cruzan, Mike Dolan, Randy Fabian, Andy Gordon, Ernie Guerrero, Steve Johnson, John Kashirsky. Paul Lieberman, Steve Mc- Claury, Mike Mcintosh, Dean Means, Jeff Mitchell, Dell Mor„,,„ gan. Jack Morrison, Jim Nieto, PAUL WOMACK g^eve Ojeda, Steve Peterson, Photo by Jim Sloan ^^^^^ Rechsleiner, Rick Shier. Bob Snead, Steve Suverkrup, Pete Templeton, Robin Tenney, Frank Thomquest, Chris Arth, Jim Brown, Allan Campbell, Gene Cortez. Pat Daniel, Tom Dolan, Ralph Faccone, Gary Gray, Lynn Helms, Dennis Kessler, Freddy Martinez. Terriers lose final game to Bears 2-1 ger, guard; Jim Grove, tackle; Bob Holman, halfback; Chris Hoyt, center; Doug Huff, center; Dave Lockett, halfback; Bob Manning, halfback; Allan McCall, extra pomt; Chris WilUe-Tbe-Wonder tonic for Charlie Dressen By United Press International Charhe Dressen has a 195- pound get-well present in the person of Wilhe (The Wonder) Horton waiting for him Satur- In the National League St. Louis topped Pittsburgh 8-7, Philadelphia defeated Milwaukee 5-2, New York overcame Cincinnati 5-3, Chicago whipped day when he rejoins the Detroit!Los Angeles 2-1 and San Fran Tigers. Cisco edged Houston 2-1. inning aid from Eddie Fisher held the Angels to six hits and Bill Skowron singled home the winning run as the White Sox held their half-game lead over the Twins. Rookie Ken Berry hit his second home run of the Dressen will fly into Boston toL 22-year-old Horton's pyro-jyear for the Sox off loser Mar- By TAM IRVING A crucial call in the sixth inning sent Redlands high Terriers down to a 2-1 defeat in the baseball finale yesterday against Riverside Poly on the Bears dirt diamond. Coach Joe DeMaggio's Terriers were leading 1-0 going into the bottom of the sixth in the CBL game when the call oc- cured. Riverside opened its half of the sixth with a single and then came the costly umpires decision. Redlands pitcher Ron Garcia attempted to pickoff the Poly runner at first but plate umpire Tom Morrow called Garcia's move a balk and sent the Bear baserunner the tying run to second. The balk call was the first on Garcia during the year, and he didn't change his move for the final game of the season. An error allowed the next Poly batter on base and then with two men on a single by Mike Jensen scored the two runners. Jensen was thrown out at second when he attempted to stretch his smgle into a double. Redlands attempted to come back in the top of the seventh and had Frank Lopez at second and Garcia at first. Lopez got on with a single to left and Garcia was safe on an error. With one away Basil Lobaugh struck out and Les Cowen grounded out to,end the inning and season. Cowen the leading RHS batter was O-for-3 yesterday and walked once. The lone Terrier tally came in the top of the fourth when Harry Munoz drew a walk, Jim Ballard got on with an error and then catcher Allan McCall blasted a long fly that scored Munoz. Pitcher Garcia had a no-hit­ ter going until the fifth imiing ivhen he allowed two single he- fore retiring the side. The Terriers left six men on base during the game and the Bears four. In other CBL games Chaffey defeated the Ramona Rams 5-3 and San Bernardino dovraed :ross town rival Pacific 5-3. Redlands AB R. H. Lopez ss 3 0 1 Garcia p-rf 4 0 0 Lobaugh lb 3 0 1 Cowen cf 3 0 0 Van Horn rf 3 0 0 Ekema p 0 0 0 Munoz 2b 2 1 1 Crowther 3b 3 0 0 Ballard If 3 0 0 McCall c 2 0 1 Totals 26 1 4 Riverside Poly AB R. H. Gatson If 2 1 1 Van Dusen 2b 2 1 0 Davis ss 3 0 0 Jenson cf 3 0 1 McCall p 3 0 1 Barnstrom 3b 2 0 1 Parsons lb 1 0 1 Corridan c 1 0 0 Thompson c 1 0 0 Totals 21 2 6i Score by innings: | Redlands 000 100 0—1 4 1 Riverside 000 002 x—2 6 3 Redlands Daily Facts Saturday, May 15, 1965 - 7 Yucaipa high golfers win final match take a first-hand look at his streaking Tigers and wonder boy Horton, who has figured in technics boosted him into -"^L batting lead with a mark and the home run leader- Ihcjcellino Lopez (4-3). .383 mils his sensational start this season is because he won a! hasjb'altTe" with^the" scales"" "'^ this ""r^"' "r"" """7"-'"! ship with nine, and Horton ad- each of Detroit s five victories, „;,'„ u:- -. in its current skicn. And Horton, who slammed seven home runs m; spring, the last six games and driven | He was packing well over in 15 runs in the last four, may 200-pounds on his 5-foot-ll frame be just the tonic Manager Dres-iiast season, when he was sen needs to recuperate from a;farmed out to Syracuse after a heart attack suffered M" ' 8. Dressen, however, won able to assume his manageria duties until later. Singles In Run Zoilo Versalles singled in the Thunderbirds smack 11 but lose to Banning Yucaipa high Thunderbird winning run in the ninth for it >3seballers came up with 11 hits jthe Twins after Bob Allison had I yesterday but lost to visiting score in the eighth!banning 5-4 in a Desert Valley with a two-out, three-run hom-i League game, er. Gerry Fosnow (2-2) in i-c-j. .Wayne Kyorvestad of Banning lief was the winner and John O'Donoghue (1-5) took the loss. hit a two run triple among his three hits and also tallied three Sam McDowell struck out 12 i"""^^ ^'^^^ victors. Leading coach Don Gifford's Marchifine spring training. Now hc's'an'^ allowed five hits while sub-LLea°i , m t be,under 195 pounds. Iduing Phil Ortega (2-4) in g' V' „^^^^^''"'^'^ Shewmaker pitching duel at Washington three singles and Vic Davalillo homered for the "^""'^ Lannon who powered a Indians and Fred Whitfield doubled home the winning run in the seventh. The Yankees scored six un- Yastrzemski Hot Carl Yastrzemski, who has Horton. who has plated 10 1 been equally hot for Boston, runs and clouted four homers liit two home runs, a triple, in the past two nights, hit two double and single in defeat as Friday night and added two;the two teams battered nine, — singles good for five runs as;pitchers for 31 hits—20 by the.earned runs, includmg five in the Tigers rallied for a 12-8 vie-Tigers. jthe ninth on only one hit—Tom tory in 10 innings over Boston, i Detroit spotted Boston a fivc-!Tresh"s two run homer—to turn Other AL Games jrun lead, then rallied to tie the back the Orioles. Robin Roberts three run homer. The loss was the eighth for the Thunderbirds against one win in DVL play. Banning AB Balderas 3b 3 Zavala ss 4 Malone cf 4 Haworth c 3 R. H. Elsewhere in the American score, and won it in the 10th; (4-2) was the loser and Billj'^^.'^Cann lb 4 League New York overpowered Baltimore 9-3, first-place Chi- with four runs including a run-' Stafford (1-1) beat the Orioles! Kjorvestad If scoring single by Horton, his I for the first time in his career cago edged Los Angeles 2-l,jl0th safety in 12 trips. latter five losses. He was re- Minnesota clipped Kansas Cityj Chicago and Minnesota main-[lieved by Al Downing in the 5-3 and Cleveland ington 2-1. beat Wash tained their first-place duel. I eighth. Charley Lau homered Joe Horlen (3-3) with ninth-^for the Orioles. 3 Terinell 2b 3 Plainer p 2 .•^nson rf 3 Yucaipa High golfers, coached by Mike Lagatlier, closed out their season on a winning note yesterday with a 208-253 victory over Hemet in a match held on the Garden Air Country Club course. Leading the Thunderbirds was Jim Hovanas who fired a 37. Teammates Steve Byrem and Fred Cromer both carded 39. David Young had a 40 and Dave Mathews a 53 for the winnmg T-Birds. The match concluded the season leaving the Yucaipa five with a 7-8 season record. This was the second year that the team had been in operation and their best won-loss record. "The kids had a good year and its nice to go out on a winning note," coach Lagather said. For Hemet score were. Carlson 44, Bill Gillette 47, Brown 48, George Gillette 56 and Bozer 58. COSTLY CALL — Redlands High baseball coach Joe DeMaggio points towards first base from the pitcher's mound and argues over balk call by plate umpire Tom Morrow, left, in the top of sixth inning against Riverside Poly. The umpire called a balk on pitcher Ron Garcia when he threw to first on an attempted pickoff play. Redlands lost the argument and the game at Riverside 2-1. Others shown are (l-r) Gary Crowther, third base, Garcia, hidden behind Morrow, DeMaggio, the base umpire and Frank Lopez, shortstop. (Facts photo by Tarn Irving) Pete Beiden's resignation not accepted At Empire Bov-l: Wood Choppers Four Standings: 4-L's 4-0, Cherry Pickers 3-1. Shabangs 3-1, The M (S:M's 3-1, No. 10 2-2. The Axes 2-2, The Doe Cee's 2-2. Vagabonds 1-3, Two-Two 1-3, 8 0-4. High Game— Bill Lutes 223, Candy Tropak 206. High Series — Bill Lutes-Geo Lincoln 551, Candy Tropak 554. 200 Club — Bill Lutes 223, Ed Applegate 218, Paul Bend- mu-e 215. Candv Tropak 206. Geo Lincoln 201, R. T. DevaU 200. Night Ladies Standings: Jack's Chevron 7038, Phil's Charcoal 65',i-42'/2. Redlands's Specialty 63-43. English Floor Covering 56-52, De- voU's Market 55-53, Breazile Body Shop 53-55, Tri City Con- Totals 29 'i Yucaipa AB 'Chiappone 2b 4 Andrews cf 3 Shewmaker lb 4 NATS BUY BRIDGES 1 2 1 0 .. ^ .. , ,. . .Lewis c 4 0 Hawaii Friday and optioned re-; pjojss 3 0 hef hurler Jim Duckworth tojselby 3b 3 0 Krueger Golf Shop 42-66, West- 1 'heir Pacific Coast League j Rainbow p 2 0 5 10 R H. 0 W.'^SHINGTON (UPI) - The Washington Senators purchased!Lannon If 4 pitcher Marshall Bridges from!P°''"° ""f * 0 2 O 0 1 31 FRESNO — Fresno State Col- O'lege athletic director Cecil Coleman refused Thursday the resignation of veteran Bulldog baseball coach John Peter (Pete) Beiden. Beiden is a 1932 graduate of the University of Redlands and QJthe uncle of Redlands junior 2 1 high coach Dick Beiden. J Beiden asked to be reheved , of his coaching duties, but re- j I quested that he be allowed to ,! continue as an instructor. Art Mahaffey fans 70 in eye-opener downs Braves By United Press International In the .American League De-'and TccI .Ahcrnathy protected Art Mahaffey's siioulder still troit stopped Boston 12-8 in 10,his one-run lead in the ninth aches, but his pitching may re- innings, New York blasted BaI-:for the Cubs. Buhl (4-2) holds lieve the painful memory of the I timore 9-3, Cleveland toppledjmorc life-lime wins (30) over 1964 season for the Philadcl-; Washington 2-1. the Chicago the Dodgers than any other ac- phia Phillies. j White Sox beat the Los Angeles! live pitcher. Ron Santo provid- Mahaffey has been troubled,Angels 2-1 and Minnesota de-Jed the winning margin with a with his right shoulder for the;feated Kansas City 5-3. |si.\th-inning home run. John past two seasons. It was doubtful this spring whether the 26- year-old hurler would be of Mahaffey, who once struck Purdin was the losei-. Homer Wins Game Jim Hart hit a lead-off ninth- inning home run off Ken John- out 17 batters in a nine-mning game, has resigned himself to much use in the Phillic's bidi the fact that he may have to to capture the National League!live with some pain in his!son provide Gaylord Perry pennant which eluded them by shoulder for the rest of his ca-iwith his second victory in four a game last year. reer. However, he has looked:decisions. Perry allowed only Manager Gene Mauch very strong in his two starts; four hits and struck out eight brought Mahaffey around slow-} and he seems to have licked his for the Giants. Eddie Kasko control problems. He walked, singled in the only Houston run in the second inning. The Giants Record Slipped i tied it in the sixth on a double The lanky righthander won 19iby Willie McCovey and infield games for the seventh-place 1 hit by Willie Mays and a double Phillies in 1962 before slipping! play grounder hit by Hart. ly this spring, not allowing himj to pitch in a single game for. only three Braves, the first two weeks of the season. He didn't get his first start until last Sunday. Friday night's however, Mahaffey turned al! eyes when he struck out 10 Milwaukee Braves and yielded only five hits en route to his second consecutive! victory 5-2. Cubs Trim Dodgers The Chicago Cubs trimmed I The Cardinals whipped the Pirates for the 13th straight time with a two-run rally in the ninth inning. Ken Bovcr to a 7-10 mark in '63 and 12-9 record in '64. Dick Stuart started a three- run fifth inning with a homer off loser Billy O'Dell (1-2) who! walked. Dick Groat tripled and retired the first 12 batters. The | Bill White singled against loser Phils followed with five singles jAl .McBean. Donn Clendennn the National League-leadingifor two more runs and Mahaf-|stroked a two-run homer off Los Angeles Dodgers 2-1, Sanjfey had all the margin he;Cards' starter Ray Sadecki, a Francisco edged Houston 2-1, St. Louis overcame Pittsburgh 8-7, and New York beat Cincinnati 5-3 in other NL games. needed. Bob Buhl allowed only three 20-game winner last season, who was blasted from the hits before being lifted for a! mound for the sixth straight pinch-hitter in the ninth inning time this season without a win. Crete 51V-j-56'-i, Hari-Em 49-59.i ner 512. crn Fruit Growers 35-73. High Game — Mary Harsha- man 211, Kathy Hensley 211. High Series — Mary East 576. 200 Club — Mary Harshman 211. Kathy Hensley 211, Mary East 209. Yucaipa Women Standings: Kivett Real Est. 57-38, Power Thrust Station 5739, Corrines Smart Shop 56-40, Huffman Tile 54-42, Kerns Market 52-44. Oak Glen Egg 52-44, Uoyds Const 47-49, Craskeys Yardage 47-49, Nadox Const 4551, Soares Realty 41-55, La Petite Beauty 38-58, Nash Cleavers 29-67. High Game — Georgia Milner 198. High Series — Georgia Mil- farm club. Duckworth had nolHaugh p decisions this season and posted a 4.91 earned run average. Night Ladies Standings: Garvey Motors 8951, Sally Shops 80-60, Jo Nann's 77-63, Harold's Shoes 76Vi -63V2, Wajme Gossett 76-64, Style Salon 75-65, Mac's 64i /i-75>A Morbitzer's 64-76, Steak Eater Inn 52V-!-87'/2, Custom Concrete 45Vi- 94V-i. High Game — Dora Reeves 212. High Series Emily Sauvage 530. 200 Club — Dora Reeves 212, Emily Sauvage 202, Helen Guerrero 200. 0 Totals Score by innings: 4 11 jias saying he would quit the „ I school outright if the resignation ' was not accepted, and he was not allowed to stay on. His leaving would create another va- , cancy at the college, which ear- Banning 010 130 0-5 10 Ojiier m the day reported it was Yucaipa 003 010 0-4 11 2;having trouble fiUing staff openings. The Bee reported Beiden declared: "I've had it. I'm no kid." The 56-year-old UR graduate submitted a similar request last year, but agreed to stay through another season. kmis team in lead over Cal Skk Tho"p — . , .SANTA BARBARA - Linivcr- The Fresno Bee quoted Beiden h'^y Redlands tennis team DUSTY SLIDE — Redlands High second baseman Harry Munoz blasts into Riverside Poly catcher Bob Corridan for the Terriers lone run in the fourth inning yesterday. The ball, arrow, ana' catchers mitt flew through the air when Munoz came across for the run. (Facts photo by Tarn Irving) Joe Lash picked to coach SBVC grid team .loe Lash, who rescued Pacific High school from its status as the football doormat of the Citrus Belt League, was hired yesterday as head coach at San Bernardino Valley College. Lash, 33-year-old former Colton High coach, was approved unanimously by the SBVC board of trustees after college officials recommended him. He will replace Ed Cody, who resigned six weeks ago to join the coaching staff of the professional Chicago Bears. In accepting the post, Lash has made something of a habit of returning as coach to schools where he once played. He played football at SBVC in 1948 and 1949, finishing his career at the University of Nevada in Reno. Before moving to Pacific High, he guided Colton High, where he played his high school ball, to the 1958 CBL championship with a 9-1-1 winnmg record. A year later, he took over at lowly Pacific and coached the Pirates into the championship in 1962. They tied for it in 1964 and were second in 1963. Lash defeated 25 other applicants in the screenng for the coveted job. Lucky Debonair back at peak for Preakness Sign contracts SAN DIEGO (UPI) - Offensive backs Kern Carson and CD. Lowery, who formerly played for San Diego colleges, signed 1965 contracts with the San Diego Chargers Thursday. B..\LTIMORE. Md. (UPI) — Lucky Debonair, back at the physical peak which carried him to victory in the Kentucky Derby, shoots for the second jewel in racing's Triple Crown at Pimlico today in t h e 90th running of the 3180,000 Preakness Stakes. Eight other 3-year-olds, six of them victims of Lucky Debonair's winning run at Churchill Downs on May 1, challenged Mrs. Ada L. Rice's colt who just two days ago was a doubtful starter because of a swollen ankle. But the swellmg is gone — Lucky Debonair turned in a final impressive workout with no after effects — and he was pro nounced fit and ready for the testing mile and three-sixteenths race by his trainer and his veterinarian. Ready to face Lucky Debonair again were Ogden Phipp's Dapper Dan, Raymond Guest's Tom Rolfe, Albert Warner's Native Charger, Mrs. Ben Cohen's Hail To AH, Eari .Allen's Swift Ruler and Isidor Bierber's Flag Raiser. Lawrence Katz's Selari and Abraham Savin's Needles Count, the new comers to the classics, complete the field. In Dodger Stadium Claude Osteen io face Dick Ellsworth today coached by Jim Verdick, raced to a three point lead over runner-up Cal State at Los Angeles yesterday as the NCAA Region 8 Tennis Championships got underway. The University of California at Santa Barbara is playing host to the annual tourney. Singles Richard Morriss (R) def. Ron Morse (Long Beach), 5-7, 7-5, 6-3; Bill Schocn (R) def. Bill Yeomans (Oxy). 6-3, 6-2; John Yeomans (R) def. Bill Finion (Hayward), 6-2. 6-4. Second Round Morriss (R) def. Ed Wehan (Santa Barbara!. 6-4, 6-4; Schoen (R) def. Charles Berwanger (L.A. State), 7-5, 6-4; Yeomans (R) def. Jack Acheson (Oxy), 5-7, 6-3, 6-4; Steve Peacock (R) def. Don Malan (San Fernando),' 4-6, 6-3, 6-4. 1 LOS ANGELES (UPI)- Left­ hander Claude Osteen will try and right the Los Angeles Dodgers today, after Chicago Cub pitcher Bob Buhl sent them sprawling again. Osteen (3-3) will face left­ hander Dick Ellsworth (3-2) in an afternoon contest at Dodger Stadium. Buhl (4-2) knocked off the Dodgers, 2-1, Friday night for the 30th time in his career. The 36-year-old righthander allowed just three hits in eight innuigs before he came out for a pinch hitter. "I just ran out of gas," Buhl said. Ted Abemathy hurled the ninth for tlie Cubs and yielded a leadoff single to Ron Fairly, but he escaped when John Roseboro hit into a force play and Jim Lefbvre bounced into a game-ending double play. earned and came across in the bottom of the inning. Maury Wills got to first on first baseman Ernie Banks' error, then sped to third on a single by Wes Parker. With just one out Willie Davis lofted a fly to short center which Doug Landrum dropped after he collided with shortstop Roberto Pena, and Wills scored. Davis helped cut the rally short, however, when he passed Parker on the bases and was called out. The Cubs got just five hits, all off Purdin. Ron Perranoski and Bob Miller pitched hitless reUef over the last tliree innings. The Dodgers announced that their game with the -Astros in Houston next Wednesday night would be telecast in Los Angeles. Rookie John Purdin, first of! Quarterfinals | four Dodger pitchers, went the Gary Johnson (L.A. State);first 5 2-3 innings and was def. Moms, 6-3, 6-0: John -Ml-jtouched for both runs, one of good (Long Beach) def. Schoen, tliem unearned 9-7, 6-3; Joe Huey (L.A. State); "I thought Purdin did fairly def. Peacock (R), 9-7, 7-5; John Yeomans (R) def. Gary Waters, 6-4, 6-1. Doubles Y'eomans & Schoen (R) def. Norgower & Burwanger (L..A. State), 6-2, 6-3; Dave Ciano & Peacock (R) def. Cutler & Hardy (Long Beach), 6-0, 6-2. Quarterfinals Y'eomans & Schoen (R) def. Freeman & Wehan (Santa Barbara), 5-3. 6-2; Ciano & Peacock (R) def. Malan & Esquiro (San Fernando), 5-7, 6-4, 6-2. Totals: Redlands 13, L.A. State 10, Long Beach State 5, Pepperdine 4, Santa Barbara 4, San Fernando State 2, Oxy 2. OUT OF ACTION MILWAUKEE (UPI) - The Milwaukee Braves announced Friday that shortstop Dennis Menke will be sidelined 10 days to two weeks with a knee sprain. Menke was injured Thursday night in a home plate collision with Pittsburgh Pkate catcher Jim Pagliaroni. well," manager Walt Alston said after the game. Alston m- dicated, however, he might in- seit reliever Jim Brewer into the rotation when the Dodgers met Houston Tuesday night under the dome. Buhl was staked to a 1-0 lead m the second inning, when Ron Santo reached first on third baseman Dick Tracewski's error and went all the way to third on two wild pitches by Purdin. Doug Clemens scored him with a sacrifice fly. Santo made it 2-0 in the si.xth when he swatted his sixth homer. Chicago loaded the bases on Purdm in the same inning but Howie Reed came on to get Don Landrum on a fly to centr and close it out. The Dodgers' only run was un- GAMES ON TV MILWAUKEE (UPI) — The MUwauke Braves will play tlie Pittsburgh Pirates Saturday, May 22, startmg at 4:15 p.m. CDT and the Los Angeles Dodgers Saturday, June 5, starting at 1:15 p.m. CDT in televised games. STOCK CAR Sat. Nite, May 15 Qualifying 6 :30 —Race 8:30 "It's a III Over 100 Laps of "Slam Bang" THRILLS SPILLS Adults $2.00 Kids Under 8 Free ORANGE SHOW SPEEDWAY SAN BERNARDINO

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