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BACK ON TARGif UR track men take sixth in NCAA district finals Miler Dennis Kennedy and shotputter Lee Johnson both won their events to put the University of Redlands Bulldogs into sixth place in the District 8 NCAA College division track and field championships at Hayward Saturday. Coach Ted Runner's Bulldogs ended with 27 points behind winner Long Beach State with 55. Kennedy won the mile in 4:16.2 over a strong field. Kennedy's time brolce the existing school record of 4:16.3 set by Larry Ward in 1961. Johnson pumped the iron ball out 58 feet llVi inches which broke his own NCAA regional record. Bob Dickson turned in a 31:- 15.2 performance for second place in the si.x-mile run for the Bulldogs. Redlands Roger Moates threw the hammer out 131 -V^ for third place in the event. Speedster Elliott Mason placed fourth in the 440 dash with a 48.6 clocking. In the 220, Bill Bryden turned on the speed for third place with a 22.3 time. The Bulldog mile relay team of Rich McDowell, Bill Bryden, Gary Krueger and Elliott Mason place second beiiing Long Beach with a 3:16.5 time, three- tenths of a second off the first place time. "Dickson, Moates and Kennedy all turned in fine performances," coach Runner said. St. Louis Cardinals take doubleheader from Pirates By United Press International Unbeaten Bob Gibson is 7 -0 and even though he claims there's no such thing as "a soft touch," the St. Louis Cardinals would be hardpressed to call the Pittsburgh Pirates anything else. The world champions have beaten the Pirates 16 straight games, including a 6-3, 5-1 sweep Sunday, which vaulted the Cards from sixth place into a fourth place tie with tlie Phillies. The big righthander, who! shows six complete games! among liis seven victories.! fanned seven in the opener toj increase his strikeout total to 61. I Elsewlicro in the National League. San I-'rancisco took a pair from Houston 10-5 and 4-3; the Mets downed Cincinnati twice, 6-2 and 8-5; Milwaukee edged Philadelphia 8-5 in 10 innings in a.single game, and the Cubs split with Los Angeles, winning 5-3 in 10 innings and losing 3-2. AL Action In the American League, lead over second-place Cincinnati to 3Vi games by gaining a split with Chicago. Don Drysdale won his sixth game in the nightcap and scored the winning run in the last of the ninth. His Iwo-out double preceded Wes Parker's game winning jning rally of the opener as single. The Cubs scored four] Marichal won his sixth game. streak to five behind the first game pitching of Juan Marichal and the relief work of Masanori Murakami in the second game. Willie McCovey (8) and Willie Mays (13) hit back-to-back homers in a six-run, second in- runs in the top of the 11th oi the opener and then held off a two-run rally by Los Angeles. Larry Jackson went the distance to even his record at 3-3. Ron Perranowski pitched one- third of an inning and lost. San Francisco ran its win first-place Chicago swept Los' Angeles, 6-2 and 5-4; Boston tripped Detroit, 5-0 and 4-3; Baltimore defeated the Yankees 7 -5; Washington edged Cleve-i land 8 -7 in 11 innings and then lost 7 -3; and Kansas City beat Minnesota 7 -4 and 4-2. Gibson spaced 10 Pittsburgh hits in becoming the majors'| winningest pitcher. The 6-foot-2.! 185-pound fireballer also belted, a home nm cn route to the vie-; tory w^hich pushed the hapless Pirates further into the cellar. Adding to his achievements, Gibson's seven strikeouts gave, him 61 whiffs to tie him with Sandy Koufax for the top mark; in that department in league play. In the second game, Rayl Washburn went six innmgs in^ his first start of the year and| boosted his record to 3-1 with' relief assistance from Bob Purkey. [ St. Louis infielders Bill While,! Ken Eoyer and Dick Groat pro-' vided the offensive punch, each driving in three runs in the twinbill. i The Dodgers increased their i MUSKOGEE, Okla. (UPI)Sue Maxwell of Tulsa, Okla., is Sl,275 richer today from her first pro golf tournament victory, the Muskogee Civitan Open. Miss Maxwell celebrated her first anniversary as a pro by firing an even-par 70 Sunday for a 54-hole total of 213. This put her five strokes ahead of Best Average Mays, whose .408 average is best in the majors, hustled to what proved to be the winning run in the second game. He reached base in the si.xth on an error, stole second, moved to third on an infield out and came home on a wild pitch. Murkami snuffed out a Houston rally in the eightli and two on and one out. Met pitchers Jack Fisher was aided by homers by Johnny Lewis, Roy IMcMillan and Charley Smith in the opener. Spahn (3-3) was staked to sLx runs in the first inning and coasted for seven innings before Frank Lary mopped up the final two frames. Gene Oliver drove home two runs in the 11th inning and Lou Klimchock added another with a sacrifice fly as the Braves topped the Phils. Milwaukee's Hank Aaron extended his hitting streak to 16 games with his filth homer and a single. Billy O'Dell, the fourth of five Mil- Mickey Wright of Dallas, Kafhy Cornelius of Rancho Santa re ,iwaukee pitchers, was credited Calif., and Judy Kimball of!with the victory while Jack Dallas, all who tied for second | Baldschun was saddled with the place. I defeat. Sue, who started playing gOlfi at the age of 15 in Oklahoma] RESCHEDULED FIGHT City, competed in her first professional tournament last year at Muslcogee. She was 19th in earnings among women golfers last year and was the 1964 rookie of the year. The Tulsan teed Sunday in a first-place tie with opening day leader Mrs. Cornelius. But, the brunette from the Southern Hills CLJntry club in Tulsa ^ pulled away from all challeng -|yyi (jjl3 vVALK ers on'the first green. She birdied two of the first three holes and Mrs. Cornelius PHILADELPHIA (UPI) — Promoters have rescheduled a May 20 boxing liout between Stanley Hayward of Philadelphia and Vince Shomo of New York to June 25 out of respect for Sonny Banks, who was fatally injured here earlier this week KINGS POLYT, N. Y. (UPI) •Dean Rasmussen of the Mer- took a double bogie on the fifth! chant Marine Academy, Sunday hole to quickly fall four strokes back. Mrs. Cornelius had to Yucaipa nine defeats champs in DVL finale Mike Haugh and Terry Rainbow handled the mound chores as Yucaipa high Tiunderbirds defeated Desert Valley League baseball champion Coachella 30 Saturday in the league final. The win, on the Yucaipa diamond, gave coach Don Gifford's T-Birds their second league vie lory. The Arabs, who had already clinched the league title, saw a Yucaipa run in the fourth and two more in the fifth spoil their chances for an undefeated season. Chip Chiappone singled home Ron Selby for tlie Thunderbirds first run and Selby brought home Dennis Lannon with another single in the fifth. The other T-Bird run was scored by Mel Potillo on an error. Potillo and Selby both had two-for-three to spark the Yucaipa nine. There were no extra base hits in the game. Coachella AB R. K.^ Yesssayian cf 3 0 l! Sanchez p 0 0 Oj Gotten 2b 3 0 0 Price rf 3 0 oi Castanon ss 3 0 1| Cruz c 2 0 0| Laghun ph 1 0 0 Reade lb 2 0 0 Padilla 3b 2 0 0 Hill If 2 0 0 Snyder cf 0 0 o' Walker p 1 0 o| Brown rf 1 0 0 Totals 23 0 2 Yucaipa AB R. H. Chiappone 2b 3 0 1 Holden ss 2 0 1 Shewrnaker lb 3 0 1 Lannon If 1 1 0 Potillo rf 3 1 2 Selby 3b 3 1 2 Merton cf 3 0 0 Sholes c 1 0 0 Lewis c 2 0 0 Haugh p 1 0 0 Rainbow p 1 0 0 Totals 23 3 7 Score by innings: Coachella 000 000 0—0 2 1 Yucaipa 000 120 x—3 7 0 Airline loses pole, Johnson loses chance One unamused spectator at the NCAA Regional track meet at Hayward Saturday was University of Redlands pole vaulter Walt Johnson. Johnson, who has cleared 14 feet consistently all year long, was a strong bet for a solid second place finish. The only problem was that Johnson didn't have his pole. The vaulting pole had been given to the airline In Los Angeles and it wasn't seen again. Airline officials are currently searching for it. Johnson had a free flight to the meet as the airline is expected to refund the price of his ticket. He hopes to see his pole in the near future. Hobart, Rogers win two-ball won the national senior 50-kilo- mctcr championship walk. He take two shots out of the sand;covered the 31 miles, 120 yards trap. I in 5 liours, 3.03 seconds. Winning for Tribe keeps Terry's long hair in trim NEW YORK (NEA) — Ralph Terry was in the left rough on the 13th hole at Prairie Dunes in Hutchinson, Kan., peeking un -l der some leaves for the golf! ball, when the club pro called, to him from the fairway. "Long distance call for you, i Ralph." I Terry hustled to the club-! house, and a newspaperman on! the other end asked, "How're you going to like playing in; Cleveland?" That's how Ralph Terry, who once won 23 games in a season, found out he was no longer with the New York Yankees. "If I'd known that's what it was," said Terry of the call last fall, "I'd have stayed on the course." Now tlie big righthander is one of the hot pitchers of the American League and philosophical about the whole thing. "The first time I was traded: from the Y'ankecs, to the Kan-' sas City Athletics in the Billy Martin deal in 1957, I was real-! ly shook up," he admitted. "Took me a week to get used to tlie idea. I kind of expected this. It looks like it might be a real good thing." In '62, he was the pitcher of the year, both for leading the .American League in victories and pacing the Yankees to a World Series triumph over the San Francisco Giants. Then two things happened. "In 1963," Ralph continued, "they put in the five warniup pitch rule between innings. You tlirow two fast balls to get your arm loose, then two curves which are your bread and butter, then one slider. If the slider doesn't work quite right, then you're hesitant to use it. So you put it on the shelf and late in the game when you need that extra pitch to get by a tough spot, you got nothing." Terry lost 15 games. Then last year, when they dropped the rule, Terry wasn't pitching. "I was warming up on a new high mound in Fort Lauderdale," he resumed, "before the first exhibition and tore a long muscle down the lower right side of my back. I was 2-8 tlie first half of the season. The second half I started throwing the ball real good, but I wasn't in the regular rotation." So he wound up 7-11 for the season and when the Yankees had to fork over a pitcher to complete their deal for Pedro Ramos with the Indians, Terry «as the man. President G a b e Paul of the Indians insists that Ralph had not been designated before the season was over. "He pitched one inning in the iVorld Series," said Paul. (The records show it was actually two innings.) "We liked what we saw. We knew liis arm was sound. You ask yourself with a pitcher, 'Has he lost an\'tliing?' " That brief bit against the Cards, in which he mopped up for two irmings with two harmless singles in a losing game, was the convincer for Cleveland. "Birdie Tebbetts thought a lot Df him," nodded PauL "Ralph pitched the opening game for as." He won, and kept winning, which solved a grooming problem. Ralph likes to let his hair grow long. Last year, after he won his first game, he said he wouldn't get his hair cut until he got another victory. "It was eight weeks," he grimaced, "before I did." In the annual mixed two-ball event at the Redlands Country Club yesterday, Phyllis Hobart and Dave Rogers won with a low net for 70. Second place with a low net 70V2 went to Melba Wincher and Vernon Crear. The third low net with a 72 resulted in a five-way tie and cards were cut to determine the places. Delphine Blumenberg and Marty Scott took third. Fourth went to Babe Dunbar and Austin Welch. Fifth were Jean Gee- Ian and Madison Finlay. .41ice Johnson and Ken Sherman were sixth. Mary Smith and George Geelan were seventh and in eighth were Valeta Dornfeld and Al Wincher. A barbecue steak dinner was served on the patio following the tournament. Sharp nearly loses race CASTLE ROCK. Colo. (UPI) —Mechanical failure nearly cost Midland. Tex., oilman Hap Sharp victory in the inaugural Colorado Grand Prix at Continental Divide Raceway Sunday. Sharp w^on the $700 first prize and edged out nmnerup Earl Jones of Los Angeles at the finish after leading throughout the 35-lap contest. But with two laps left. Sharp, dri\dng a Cooper Climax, slowed up and Jones nearly overtook him. The winner averaged 78.69 miles per hour over the twisting 2.8 mile CDR course. Sharp's winning time was one hour, 14 minutes and 41.3 seconds. Jones was less than a second behind and third place went to Bud Morley of Denver. STANDINGS National League W. L. Pet. GB Los Angeles 21 10 .657 ... Cincinnati 17 13 .567 3V<! San Francisco 17 14 .548 4 Philadelphia 15 14 .517 5 St. Louis 15 14 .517 5 Milwaukee 13 13 .500 5VL Houston 16 17 .485 6 Chicago 14 16 .467 eV: New York 13 17 .433 71.2 Pittsburgh 9 22 .290 12 Saturday's Results St. Louis 5 Pittsburgh 1 Los Angeles 3 Chicago 1 Cincinnati 12 New York 7 Philadelphia 6 Milwaukee 4 San Francisco 8 Houston 2 Sunday's Results New York 6 Cincinnati 2, 1st New York 8 Cincinnati 5, 2nd St. Louis 6 Pittsburgh 3, 1st St. Louis 5 Pittsburgh 1, 2nd Milwaukee 8 Phila. 6, 10 ins Chicago 5 Los Angeles 3, 1st, 10 ins. Los Angeles 3 Chicago 2, 2nd San Francisco 10 Hons. 5, 1st San Francisco 4 Hons. 3, 2nd Tuesday's Games San Francisco at Chicago Pittsburgh at Cincinnati, night New York at Milwaukee, night Philadelphia at St. Ixjuis, night Los Angeles at Houston, night American League W. L. Pet. GB Chicago 21 8 .724 ... Minnesota 18 10 .643 2 \2 Detroit 15 13 .552 5 Baltimore 16 13 .552 5 Los Angeles 16 15 .516 6 Cleveland 13 13 .500 GV2 Boston 13 15 .454 7V2 New York 12 17 .414 9 Washington 12 19 .387 10 Kansas City 7 21 .250 13'i Saturday's Results Chicago 8 Los Angeles 3 Detroit 6 Boston 2 Minnesota 2 Kansas City 0 New York 3 Baltimore 2 Washington 9 Cleveland 7 Sunday's Results Baltimore 7 New York 5 Boston 5 Detroit 0, 1st Boston 4 Detroit 3, 2nd Washington 8 Cleveland 7, 1st 11 ins. Cleveland 7 Washington 3, 2nd Chicago 6 Los Ang. 2. 1st Chicago 5 Los Ang. 4, 2nd Kan. City 7 Minn. 4, 1st, 10 ins. Kan. City 4 Minn. 2, 2nd Tuesday's Games Minn, at Los Angeles, night Chicago at Kan. City, night Washington at Detroit, night Bal5imore at Cleveland, night Boston at New York, night Redlands Daily Facts Monday, May 17, 1965-13 U. R. nine wins league; to enter NAIA playoff University of Redlands base- ballers romped to the SCIAC title with a 10-6 conquest of Occidental Saturday at Eagle Rock in the first game of a double header. The win gave coach Paul Taylor's Bulldogs undisputed first place in conference standings and sends them into the J^AIA District III playoffs Friday and Saturday at Pasadena. The Bulldog second string started the nightcap which ended wth Oxy on top by a 13-3 margin. The NAIA playoff game will be at 3 p.m. in Brookside Park, Pasadena, with Redlands meeting Cal Western. If the UR wins. they will meet tlie winner of the Westmont vs. LaVerne clash on Saturday at 2 p.m. LaVerne and Westmont play Friday, beginning at noon. Pitcher Gary Sherman- picked up the SCIAC title win against O.xy giving him 11 ^^^ns for the season against one loss. His win- loss mark is a new UR record. His earned run average of 2.01 is another UR record. Sherman's great pitching, tlie blasting of Ted Acres and Tom Banning and the baserunning by Dave Wegner sparked the Bulldogs to the 10-5 win. Acres smashed his first home run of the season, a two-run clout and then added a double. UR tennis team nipped in NCAA Los Angeles State College won three crucial matches Saturday to defeat the University of Redlands Bulldogs 15-14 for the NCAA College division regional tennis crown at Santa Barbara. Coach Jim Verdieck's UR Bulldogs lost three triple-set matches when any one victory would have given the UR the regional net championship. Dave Ciano and Steve Peacock fought off three consecutive match points before bowing to LA's Joe Huey and Gary Johnson in the doubles semifinals, 4-6, 12-10, 6-3. Huey and Johnson then edged John Yeomans and Bill Schoen of the Bulldog squad 6-8, 6-3, 7-5 in the finals. Yeomans and Schoen scored the lone Redlands victory of the long day when they won the doubles semis over John Allgood and Ron Morse of Long Beach College 6-4, 6-4. Y'eomans lost in the singles semis to Huey 3-6, 6-3, 6-4. Huey then flipped a coin to beat his teammate Johnson for the singles trophy, since they decided to save their strength for the doubles. RHS to host CBL tennos tournament Prep tennis players will take over the Redlands high and University courts tomorrow and Wednesday for the annual CBL net tournament being hosted by coach Paul Womack's champion Redlands high Terriers. Play will commence at 1 p.m. tomorrow on the courts. Redlands' Doug Verdieck and Ron Bohrnstedt are favored to battle for the singles title. Ver­ dieck is the defending champion and Bohrnstedt won the title two years ago. Hansen gives vaulting HOUSTON (UPI) — Fred Hansen has traded in his fiberglass pole for a set of dental books, quitting pole vaulting with both an Olympic championship and world record to his credit. The 24-year-old graduate of Rice University plans to start at Baylor Dental School in Dallas and will have no more time for active competition in the sport that made him the pride of Cuero, Tex. Hansen announced his decision to give up pole vaulting at a weeicend news conference — confiding that he had made up his mind to quit if he won the 1964 Olympic title in Tokyo. He won with a vault of 16 feet 8% inches — although Hansen's best height is a world record 17 feet 4 inches. jor League Leaders Becker, Jr. top winner at Orange Show Chuck Becker Jr., younger member of San Bernardino's father-son racing team, won his first main event of the season at the Orange Show Speedway in San Bernardino Saturday night. Becker Jr. who started in the ! eight spot, took the lead on lap 1 11 and held off the challenges 'of San Bernardino's Jerry Prather who finished second. John Hren of Fontana was third. The yellow caution light was on three times in the first five laps of the main event due to numerous spins on the race- 'way. Dick Martin, Grady Whit- jner and Sam Rose Jr., all from San Bernardino, tangled on the west turn to start off the action. Big Don Pratlicr, 1964 champion, was also eliminated when he lost a wheel and spun out in the east turn, adding to the confusion as the other drivers took evasive action to miss his stalled mount. The fast heat race was a battle of brothers with Don Prather winning over Jerry Prather in a hub-to-hub 8-lap contest. The trophy dash went to Chuck Becker Jr. with Miss Jeanie Schmitzer of San Bernardino making the presentation. Racing moves to Friday night this week with tlie stock cars racing at 8:30 p.m. The King Kovaz Auto Daredevils will thrill the fans this Saturday night. Discount tickets for the Darede Vil Show are available at White Front Store in San Bernardino. Mays, SF Colemn, Cin Allen, Phila Torre, Mil Krnpol, NY Aaron, Mil J.Alou, SF Rose, Cin McCvey, SF Virdn, Pitts National League G. AB R. 31 120 32 20 71 10 29 114 24 24 87 12 29 108 14 20 78 16 31 132 23 30 133 31 30 103 22 28 99 11 American League G. AB R. Horton, Det 19 72 15 Davllo, Clev 25 93 10 Wagner, Clev 26 102 24 Skwron, Chi 28 109 15 Cater, Chi 28 105 19 Mathws, KC 22 62 8 Whitfld, Clev 17 59 7 113 19 Ward, Chi 29 : McAulfe, Det 29 Kaline, Det 28 110 25 107 22 H. Pet. 49 .408 28 .394 42 .368 32 .358 39 .361 27 .346 45 .341 44 .331 34 .330 32 .323 H.Pct. 29 .403 33 .355 34 .333 35 .330 34 .324 20 .323 19 .322 35 .310 34 .309 33 .308 U. S. WINNERS B.ARCELONA, Spain (UPI) — Ralph Boston of Covina, Calif, leaped 26 feet 3 inches to win the broad jump and Bob Schul, West Milton, Ohio, clocked 14 minutes 9 seconds to win the! 5,000 meters in an international' track and field meet Sunday. John Thomas of Boston finished second behind Poland's Edward Czernik in the high jump. Banning mashed out another double while Wegner stole tliree bases. Wegner set a new UU record with 20 steals for the season. Derek Shelton cam; up with a pinch hit in the ninth inning of the nightcap to boost his batting average to .445, another UR record. The UR ended the SCIAC with a 13-2 record and is 22-7 for the year. FIRST G.^.ME Redlands AB R. H. Wegner 2b 4 2 2 Acres ss 4 4 2 Becker rf 4 0 1 Shelton cf 2 2 0 Townsend lb 4 1 2 Banning 3b 3 0 3 Jenkins c 3 0 1 Dickey If 4 0 0 Sherman p 3 1 0 Wright p 0 0 0 Totals 30 10 U Occidental .^B I!. H. Thome 2b 4 1 0 Wanless cf 4 1 2 Wheeler ss 4 (I 0 Welch lb 4 1 1 Mabry c 4 2 1 Paulson If 3 0 1 Brown 3b 3 0 2 Pappas rf 4 0 1 Harper p 2 1 1 Newman p 0 0 0 Woldworth ph 1 0 0 Ward p 0 0 0 Totals 33 6 9 Score by innings: Redlands ....220 213 0—10 11 i Occidental ...002 100 3— 6 9 2 SECOND GAME Redlands AB R. 11. Idler 2b 5 0 0 Ronquillo ss 5 0 0 Wilson cf 3 0 0 Moore c 4 0 1 Stone 3b 4 0 0 Heck lb 4 1 1 Wright If-rf-p 4 1 2 Sherman If-rf 3 0 2 Banning rf 0 0 0 Shelton ph 1 1 1 Hogan p 1 0 0 East p 1 0 1 Townsend p-lf 1 0 0 Totals 41 3 8 Occidental AB R. H. Thome 2b 5 0 1 Wheeler ss 5 1 3 Wanless cf 4 1 2 Paulson cf 1 0 0 Welch lb 5 2 0 Mabry c 3 3 2 Woldworth If 3 3 2 Pappas If 1 0 0 Brown 3b 4 2 2 Reber rf 4 0 1 Wood p 4 1 2 ElUs p 1 0 0 Totals 40 13 16 Score by innings: Redlands .. 000 000 102— 3 8 5 Occidental .404 005 OO.x—13 16 2 use coach finds passer LOS ANGELES (UPI) —You can't blame University of Southern California football coach John McKay if he's smiling today, for he has finally found a quarterback. McKay, whose USC team ne.\t fall will be blessed with loads of fine running backs and more big linemen that he has ever had, still needed a quarterback to replace graduating Craig Fertig as spring practice began. As the drills wound up last Saturday with an intrasquad game, Pat Mills, a hardthrowing junior, just about took the job. "Mills has got to be the one off what he's done," McKay said. "He had quite a day." Mills passed for 368 yards, connecting on 22 of 38 tosses, three of them for touchdowns, as he directed the "red" team to a 24-6 defeat of the Whites." SELL IT TOMORROW With low - cost Classified Ads 120 TEAMS ENTERED NEW YORK (UPI)-A totalj of 120 teams are expected tO| compete in the PGA National four-ball championship at Palm Beach Gardens, Fla., Dec. 8-11. Sports Network, Inc., will televise nationally the final round as part of the PGA national television tour. INCREASES LEAD ROUEN, France (UPI) Hugh Anderson of New Zealand increased his lead in the world championship standings to 32 pomts by winning the French isOcc motorcycle grand prix yesterday. Anuerson, driving a Japanese Suzuki, averaged 92.2 miles per hour over the 80.7-mile course. Home Runs National League: Mays, Giants 13; Banks, Cubs, Torre, Braves, Swoboda, Mets and McCovey, Giants all 8. American League: Horton, Tigers 9; Blefary, Orioles, Conigliaro. Red Sox and Gentile, A's all 8; Y'astrzemski, Red Sox; Kaline, Tigers; Hall, Twins and Mantle, Yanks all 7. Runs Batted In National League: Banks, Cubs 34; Mays, Giants 26; Robinson, Reds and Johnson, Reds 25; McCovey, Giants 24. American League: Kaline, Tigers 25; MantiUa, Red Sox 23; Powell, Orioles, Yastrzemski, Red Sox and Colavito, Indians all 22. Pitching National League: .Gibson, Cards 7-0; Maloney, Reds 4-0; Giusti, Astros 6-1; ElUs, Reds 5-1; Drysdale, Dodgers 6-2. American League: Pascual, Twins 4-0; Aguirre, Tigers 4-0; Buzhardt, White Sox 4-0; Pappas, Orioles 3-0; Grant, Twins 3-0; Fox, Tigers 3-0; Fox, Tigers 3-0; John, White Sox 3-0. "All I said was: {"^'-'rMf Show me a filter that delivers the taste and I'll eat my hat." LS./M.ET Try new Lucky Strike Filters

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