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Logansport. Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Monday Evening, June 25,1962. Yanks-Tigers Play Seven Hour Contest Reed's Homer in 22nd Inning Gives NY Win By MILTON RICHMAN UPI Spo ts Writer Jack Reed for. President! That was the heartfelt cheer voiced by the nearly numb New York Yankees .in the clubhouse after their utility' outfielder final ly sent everyone home with a two-run homer in the 22nd inning Reed's blow gave the Yankees a 9-7 victory over the Detroit Tigers Sunday in a game which took exactly seven hours to play. Insofar as actual time was con- ce ned, it was the longest game in major league history. The most time consuming game previously was a five - hour and 20 - minute contest between the Braves and Dodgers on July 5, 1940. But that game went only 20 innings. The longest game in matter of innings was that historic 26-inning 1-1 tie between the Braves and Dodgers on May 1, 1920. Now, who's Jack Reed? He's a quiet, easy-going 29- year-old outfielder from Silver City, Miss., whose only real previous claim lo fame was that he served as "Mickey Mantle's legs." Finished For Mantle Actually, Mantle started Sunday's game in right field and Reed finished up there. His homer, off Phil Regan, was his first of the season and only his fourth hit. A majority of the 35,638 fans in Detroit remained until the final out and saw among other things: —Rocky Colavito collect seven hits in 10 trips. —Yogi Berra catch the, entire game. —A total of 43 players used, only one short of the American League record. —The Yankees held scoreless for 19 innings between the third and the 22nd. Clete Boyer's three - run homer off Tiger starter Frank Lary highlighted a six-run first inning rally and after rookie Purnal Goldy hit a three-run homer off Bob Turley in the bottom of the first. The Yanks stretched their lead to 7-3 with another run in the second. Bouton Winning Pitcher The Tigers came back with three runs in the third and another in the sixth. That was all the scoring until Reed unloaded on Regan, who came into the game in the 22nd. Jim Bouton, last of seven Yankee pitchers, blanked Detroit on three hits from the 16th on, was the winner. And if you think you're tired, just remember the Tigers and . Yankees played a day-night doubleheader Saturday and are all set to meet in another single game today. Elsewhere in the AL Sunday, Washington beat first - p lace Cleveland in the first of two, 3-1, but the Indians won the nightcap, 4-2, and moved l ] /£ games in front when the Los Angeles Angels swept a pair from the second- place Minnesota Twins, 3-2, in 10 innings and 7-0. Boston toppled Baltimore twice, 3-2 and. 8-5, and the Chicago White Sox split with the Kansas City A's, winning the opener, 6-1, but losing the second game, 5-2. In the National League, Cincinnati out-lasted the first - place Los Angeles Dodgers, 12-10, and the San Francisco Giants climbed to within 1J^ games of first place •with a 3-1 victory over the Milwaukee Braves. The Cubs clipped the Pirates twice, 4-3 and 8-4, and the Phillies beat the Cardinals, 3-1, then dropped the nightcap, 5-1. Rain washed out a doubleheader between the Colts and Mets. (2nd game) Boston 500 Oil 100— 8 12 0 Baltimore .'302 000 000— 5 10 0 Conley (7-7) and Tillman. Barber, Fisher (1), Wilhelm (7) and Landrith. Loser — Fisher ,01-3). HRs — Geiger 2. Major League Results By United Press International National League (•1st game) St. Louis 000 001 000— 172 Philadelphia 300 000 OOx— 331 •Sadecki, Shantz (6) and Schaffer. Short (4-4) and Oldis. Loser — Sadecki (4-4). HR — Demeter. •(2nd game) St. Louis 100 000400-5 92 Philadelphia 000 010.000— 1 8 0 Simmons, McDaniel (7) and Oliver, Schaffer (7).' Bennett, Baldschun (7), and S. White, Dalrympie (7). Winner — Simmons (7-4). Loser — Bennett (2-3). Cincinnati 501 302 100—12 14 0 Los Angeles 050 000 014—10 12 0 Wills, O'Toole (2), Sisler (7), Henry (8) and Foiles. Podres, Koebuck (2), Williams (3), Ortega (8), Perranoski (9) and Camilli, Winner — O'Toole 5-9). Loser — Williams (6-4). HRs — Foiles, Robinson 2, Post, N. Sherry. •(1st game) Chicago • 003 000 100- 4 10 0 Pittsburgh 000 002 100— 3 10 1 Buhl, Gerard (7), Anderson (8) and Bertell. McBean, Sturdivant (7), Face (8) and Burgess, Neeman (8). Winner — Buhl. (4-5). Loser — McBean (6-5). {2nd game) Chicago 300 013 .-100—8 13 0 Pittsburgh 000 '001 210— 494 Koonce, Schultz (7) and Thacker Francis, Lamabe (5), McBean (6), Sturdivant (8), Friend (9) and Leppert. Winner — Koonce (5-2). Loser — Francis (3-5). HRs — Banks, Schofield. Milwaukee 000 010 000— 140 San Fran . 000 030 OOx— 370 Spahn (6-9) and Torre, i Uecker (8). Marichal (11-4) and Haller. HR - Adcoek. Houston at New York, 2, ppd., rain. American League (1st game) Washington ' 010 100 001— 390 Cleveland 001-000000—1 60 Osteen (4-6) and Retzer. Perry, Bell (8) and Romano. Loser — Perry (64). HR — Bright. (2nd game) Washington 100 001 000— 284 Cleveland 100 002 Olx— 490 Burnside, Hannan (6), Rudolph (6), Kutyna (7) and Schmidt. Latman, Funk P), Gomez (7) and Romano. Winner — Funk (1-1). Loser — Burnside (4-7). HR — ;ian. (1st game) Boston 000' 110 001— 391 Baltimore 000 100 010— 241 Monbpuquette (6-7) and Pagi- aroni, Tillman (5). Estrada, Stock (9) and Landrith. Loser — Slock (1-1). HR - Snyder, Tillman. (1st game) . Kansas City 010 000 000— 162 Chicago 020 031 OOx— 680 Walker, Bass (6), McDevitt .(8) and Sullivan. Herbert (6-4), and Carreon. Loser — Walker (7-6). (2nd game) . Kansas City 000 003 200— 5 15 0 Chicago 100 100 000— 270 Segui, Wyatt 9) and Azcue. Wynn, Baumann (6), Lown (7) and Roselli. Winner — Segui (5-3) Loser — Wynn (3-5). (1st game, 10 innings) Los Angeles 001 000 001 1—3 91 Minnesota 000 000 200 0—250 McBride, Fowler (8), Chance (9), Spring (10), Morgan (10) and Rodgers. Kralick, Moore (8), Sdg- mah (10), Stange (10) and Bailey Winner — Chance (6-4). Loser — Stigman (3-2). HR — Moran. (2nd game) Los Angeles 000 002 302— 7 13 1 Minnesota 020 110 020— 6 9 1 Bowsfield, Fowler (5), Duren. («), Morgan (8), Spring (8), 'nance (9) and Rodgers. Bonikowski, Stange (6), Stigman (7), Moore (9), Maranda (9) and Zimmerman, Battey (6). Winner — Spring (4-1). Loser — Maranda (1-2). HRs — Koppe, Moran. (22 innings) New York 610 000 000 000 000 000 000 2— 920 4 Detroit 303 001 000 000 000 000 000 0- 7 19 3 Turley, Coates (1), Stafford (4), Bridges (0), Clevenger (7), Daley (13), Bouton (16) and Berra. Lary :asale (3), Nischwitz (6), Kline (7), Aguirre (8), Fox (14), Regan (22) and Roarke, Brown (11). Winner — Boulon (2-1). Loser- Regan (4-7). HRs — Boyer, Goldy Reed. LONGCLIFF SPLITS WITH LAFAYETTE 9 The Logansport State Hospital softball team split a pair of games with Local Bar of Lafayette Sunday, losing Ihe first, 8-4, and coming back to take the nightcap, 8-7. Isles hit a two-run homer for the Logan team in the first game but it wasn't enough. In the second contest pitcher Weatherton hit a two-run blast for the visitors to tie the game up in the seventh frame and send it into extra innings, Longcliff won the tilt in the ninth when John Maloy singled home the winning marker. First Game R H E Local Bar 8 10 3 Longcliff . 472 Kirby and Roush; Andrea and Lake, Isles. Second Game Local Bar 7 11 4 Longcliff 890 Weatherton and Roush; Thomas and Andrea. LOTUS' SWEEP RACE MENZA, Italy (UPI)- British' made Lotus' swept the boards in the 4th Monza Lottery Grand Prix, a junior formula auto race, Sunday.. Peter Arundell of.Britain won the .race with Alan Rees second and Paul Hawkins .third. Rees and Hawkins also are from (Britain. Bennett-Bessignano Win Dykeman Park Best Ball Tournament Withl2-Under58 Education was served'Sunday at Dykeman Park's annual two-man best ball tournament. John Bennett, a Logansport High School 1 teacher and assistant basketball coach, and Don Bessignano, a student at Colorado State University, captured the 18-hole event with a 12-under par total of 58. The pair finished one stroke ahead of Harold Jamison, another high school teacher;and the Berries' golf coach, ami Resto D'Andrea who had 59. La ver Makes Bid For Grand Slam By HENRY W. THORNBERRY United Press International WIMBLEDON (UPI)-Rod (The Rocket) Laver of Rockhampton, Queensland, today starts forging the third link in his grand slam bid Tor major lawn tennis 'titles when he opens the 1962 all-England championships here with a center court appearance against India's Naresh Kumar. If the reigning southpaw Aussie title-holder pulls it off, only the American championship remains to be won as he attempts to join Don Budge In the winning of the Australian, French, Wimbledon and United Stales championships in one season. When Budge pulled off that grand slam in 1938, the courts were bulging with personalities such as Gottfried Von Cramm, Fred Perry, John Bromwich, Jack Crawford and others. Last week alone Laver hammered the. 1961 runner-up, Chuck McKinley of St. Ann, Mo., and fellow Australian Roy Emerson in successive matches lo win the London grass court championship. Emerson is seeded number two in the men's singles, while McKinley is rated number five behind Australia's Neale Fraser, and Indian Ramanathan Krishnan. McKinley meets Owen French - of 'Australia today. The bookies virtually have washed their hands of betting on the men's singles by tabbing Laver a 4-6 favorite.' By the time he lakes the court (9 a.m. EOT) to meet the 34-year-old Kumar, a tropical fish expert and amateur fortune teller, the odds may have tightened even more. Emerson is quoted as the second choice at 4-1 and McKinley, the. only U.S. player seeded, is fourth at 10-1. •Most likely obstacles between Laver and this year's title are Emerson, McKinley, Tony Pickard, Whitney Reed of Alameda, Calif., lyo Pimental, of Venezuela, Manuel Sanlana of Spain, and Neale Fraser, the man who beat him in the 1960 finals. All are experienced campaigners but appear unlikely to halt his championship aspirations. Although Margaret Smith of England is the overwhelming favorite for the women's title, the winner could easily come from the United States, Brazil, South Africa or host Britain. Besides Miss Smith, other MERCHANTS DROP ANDERSON GAME The Logansport Merchants suffered a 8-5 defeat at the hands of Anderson Sunday before a small gathering at Riverside Park. It gave theNJMerchatits a split of weekend action after topping Kokomo by the same 8-5 count Saturday night. Further details on the Anderson game were unavailable to the Pharos-Tribune at deadline time for the sports page Monday. Logansport now has a 1-6 record in the Central Indiana Baseball League. Winamac Tops Walton, 5-0 WALTON—Winamac's American Legion baseball team turned back Walton 5-0, here, Sunday behind the three-hit pitching of Overman in a district contest. Overman struck out 20 hitters in the nine inning tilt and Steve Snyder of Walton seemed to be the only player from Walton to solve his mastery on the mound. Snyder got two hits for the losers. Thompson and Holmes led the Winamac attack. Thompson had two' doubles and a single and Holmes had a double and a triple. The double was a ground rule double when it skipped way over the outfield fence. Larry Curry went all, ; .the way for the losers' and turned• in a creditable performance. He struck out 11 and walked only two. Walton's next game is at Lafay ette Wednesday. ' R H E Winamac 5 13 2 Walton 033 Overman and Shults; Curry and Jones. strong candidates include two- time, champion and third seed Maria Bueno of .Brazil* second- seeded Darlene Hard of Montebello, Calif., and eight • seeded Mrs. Karen Hantze Susman of Chula Vista, Calif., from the U.S., unseeded Sandra Reynolds Price and fourth seeded Renee Schuur- maj) of South Africa; Aussies Lesley Turner, seeded seven, and Jan Lehane and the home contingent's sixth seeded defending champ Angela Mortimer, Ann Haydon, seeded fifth, and the unpredictable Christine Truman, Legion Nine Loses Twice The Logansport American Legion baseball team dropped two encounters over the weekend while stepping out of district play. Saturday the locals were thumped at Anderson, 16-3, and Sunday' they lost to Peru, 11-5. The Logan squad committed a total of 13 errors in the two games, seven against Anderson and six against Peru. Logansport has yet to win a game outside of district play and is undefeated in two starls in the district. Coach Bob Hunter hopes that upon return lo district play the locals can return to winning ways. Logansport visits Winamac Wednesday and Remington is here (iaturday and Wallon is here Sun- dsy. All games are district contests. R H E Logansport 3 8 7 Anderson 16 17 2 Cummings, Lewis and Nowlin, Kilmer; Gaby, Oxfurth, McClure and Robinson, Hewitt. R H E Peru 11 9 1 Logansport .5 8,6 Kent, Fry and Hetlwer; Conrad, Gaby, Maloy and Hewitt. Hill Team Winner at LeMans LE MANS, France OUPD-Phil Hill of Santa Monica, Calif., and Olivier Gendebien of Belgium, who have teamed for three victories in the 24-hour LeMans auto race, have different ideas about the future. Hill, the 1961 world driving champion, is determined to make a successful defense of his title while Gendebien is 'bowing to his wife's wishes and retiring from competitive racing. Hill and Gendebien, alternating at the wheel of a factory-owned Ferrari, had little trouble in registering their third Le Mans victory in the gruelling.- race which ended Sunday, at 11 a.m. (EOT). They previously had won in 1958 and 1961. Following the 'withdraw! of the Rodriguez brothers of Mexico Saturday night (they were leading at the time when their Ferrari developed a jammed gear box), ; Hill and Gendebien had virtually no competition as they averaged 115.176 miles . per hour over the eight and one,- half mile closed circuit course.' They covered 2, 764.2 miles during the 24 - hour grind.' Last year they.,covered 1 2,780 miles at an average of 116. mph. HAP SHARP TAKES SPORTS CAR WIN INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) - Hap Sharp took the lead in the.'fourth, lap from Dick Lang of Xenia, Ohio, and went on to win the 37.5-; mile feature sports car'race:'atj Raceway Park here Sunday. ; The 34-year-old, Texan's victory^ was in a ace marred by ah accH dent in which Bruce Stratton of Lansing, Mich., suffered a concussion. .'.••• .... VBill Niemeyer of Milfprd, Ohio,' was attempting to pass Stratton'si car but was forced to ram the; rear of , the vehicle. Stratton's' head was-whiplashed against the rollbar and he was rushed, to Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis; The winners started fast and never lost a: stroke to par the entire round. But it wasn't until the ninth hole that they definitely were in the thick of things. A birdie four and a one stroke hani dicap put Bennett and Bessignano six-under. par.. 30, for the first nine, • They kept up the pace on the back side, getting birdies on the 10th, 13th, 14th, 16th, 17th and 18th LOGAN NETTERS TOPPED BY PERU The Logansport Tennis Club 1 was turned back by the powerful club from Peru Sunday, 8-1. It was the second loss for the locals in as many matches. John Luxem was the lone local winner when he turned back Rick Dobler, 2-6, 7-5, 6-3. The Summary: Fred Worton lost to Jsrry Brad ly, G-8, 1-6. Mike Baumgartner lost lo Don Rassner, 2-8, 3-6. Dave Steinhilber lost to Ken Oyler, 3-6, '6-8. John Luxem beat Rick Dobler, 2-6, 7-5,. 6-3. Garland Eschleman lost lo Fred Rouch, 4-6, 2-6. Bob Burnett lost to Jerry Thompson, 3-6, 2-6. Doubles Worton and Sleinhilber lost to Bradly and Rassner, 3-6, 1-6. Luxem and Eschelman lost to Oyler and Dobler, 0-6, 1-6. Burnett and Bill Swigert lost to Rouch 'and Thompson, 3-6, 3-6. GARDINI WINS SINGLES MILAN, Italy (UPI) - Fausto Gardini, the Italian Davis Cupper won the men's singles title in the 51st International Milan lenni; tournament Sunday, beating Patricio Rodriguez of Chile. Major Leaders holes. Bennett tallied a seven over par 77 on his own ball and Bessignano carded a four-over 74. Gross scores in the tournament 'are not officially recorded for the fact that many times a player will pick up when he is certain his partner will have the best of the two scores. Jamison and D'Andrea also started 'with a 30 and also eagled the ninth hole when Jamison had a. natural birdie. D'Andrea had a natural birdie on the' llth hole, a 379 yard par four and with his stroke the team got another eagle. By United Press International American League Player & Club G. AB R, H. Pet. Jimenez, K.C. 66233 23 80.343 Runnels, Bos. 68 254 38 84 .331 Rollins, Minn. 73 287 36 94 .328 Robinson, Chi. 68 267 38 84 .315 A.Smilh, Chi. 59 215 30 67 .312 Power, Minn. 56235 28 73 .311 Snyder, -Bait. 63 172 25 53 .308 Essegian, Cle. 47 156 32 48 .308 Siebern, K.C. 72 270 51 83 .307 Moran, L.A. 68 281 40 84 .299 Cungham, Chi. 67 234 46 70 .299 National League Musial, St. L. 55 180 27 62 .344 T.Davis, L.A. 72 298 53 08 .331 H.Aaron, Mil. 71 270 57 89 .330 Williams, Chi. 72 281 56 92 .327 Mays, S.F. 73 277 61 90 .327 F.Alou, S.F. 66 252 42 82 ,325 Groat, Pitts." 71 297 30 96 .323 Altman, Chi. 64 236 32 76 .322 W.Davis, L.A. 8!) 252 50 81 .321 Flood, St. L. 67 299 45 95 .318 Home Runs American League—Wagner, Angels 20; Cash, Tigers 19; Gentile, Orioles 17; Killebrew, Twins 15; Colavito, Tigers 14. National League—Mays, Giants 21 Banks, Cubs 20; Mejias, Colts 18; Cepeda, Gianls 17; H. Aaron,' Braves 16. Runs Batted In American League — Robinson, White Sox 56; Wagne ' Angels 54; Siebern, Athletics 50; Romano, Indians 47; Rollins, Twins 46 Kirkland, Indians .46. National League — T. Davis, Dodgers 74; Mays, Giants 65; Cepeda, Giants 61; H. Aaron, Braves 59; Robinson, Reds 56. Pitching American League — Donovan, Indians 11-2 Foytack, Tigers 5-1; Wickersham, Athletics 8-2; Belinsky, Angels 7-2; Pascual, Twins 104; Wilson, Red Sox; £anni, White Sox, and Aguirre, Tigers, all 5-2. ' ..-,•••' National League—Purkey, Reds 13-1 Mc'Lish, Phils 5-1; Bruce, Colts 5-i; Pierce, Giants 8-2; Koufax, Dodgers 10-3. - Baseball Standings By United Press International National League W.'L. PeilGB Los Angeles 48 26 .649 ... San Francisco 46 27 .630 l!/ 2 Pittsburgh 40 31 .563 6'/4 Cincinnati 38 30 .559 7 St. Louis 38 31 .551 7/2 Milwaukee 34 37 .479 12'/2 Houston , 31 37 .456 14 Philadelphia ' 30 39 .435 15 1 /*. Chicago 27 45 .375 20 New York 19 49 .284 2514 Monday's Probable Pitchers St. Louis at Chicago—Washburn (4-3) vs. Ellsworth (4-10).. Cincinnati at San Francisco — Maloney (30) vs. O'Dell (7-6). 'Houston at Philadelphia (night) — Woodeshick (24) vs. McLish (5-1). New York at Pittsburgh (night) —Anderson (3-6) vs. Law (4-3). Milwaukee at Los Angeles (night)—Hendley (4-6) vs. Moeller (54). Tuesday's Games St. Louis at Chicago •Houston at Pliha. (2, iwi-night) New York at Pittsburgh (night) Milwaukee at Los Angeles (night) Cincinnati at San Francisco(night) American League IV. L. Pet. GB Cleveland 40 28 :5 Minnesota 41 32 .562 l>/ 2 Los Angeles 38 31 .551 2'/ 2 New York 35 29 .547 3 Baltimore 35 35 .500 6 Chicago 36 38 .500 6 Detroit : 33 33 .500 6 Boston 32 38 .457 9 Kansas City 32 40 .444 10 Washington 24 44 .353 16 Monday's Probable Pitchers New York at Detroit—Ford (4-4) vs. Mossi (6-7). (Only games scheduled) Tuesday's Gumes Minnesota at New York (night) Cleveland at Detroil (2, twi-night) Los Angeles at Boston (night) Kansas Cily at Washingon (night) Chicago at Baltimore (night) American Association W.L. Pet. GB Indianapolis ....4029.589 .. Omaha 37 32 .536 3 Denver 34 32 .515 4'/ 2 Oklahoma City ...3436.480 0'/ 2 Louisville 32 36 .471 7% Dallas-FL Worth 27 39 . Sunday's Results Dallas-Fort Worth 2 Omaha 1 .(•1st, 7 innings) .. Omaha 6 Dallas-Fort Worth 2 (2nd) Denver 9 Indianapolis 7 Oklahoma City 5 Louisville (1st, 7 innings) Oklahoma City 7 Louisville 5 (2nd) Games Today 'Louisville at Oklahoma City Indianapolis at Denver Dallas-Fort Worth at Omaha On Ihe last hole, a par-three 155- yarder, D'Andrea dropped a four- pot twisting putt for a natural )ar and a handicap birdie to )ush the team within one stroke )f the leaders and one ahead of he third place team. Taking the third position were lack Cotner and Jim Smith. They started betler than the first two .earns with a 29 on the front side, )ut then went the first six holes of the back side without a birdie. They then finished with three straight birds to finish with a 60. There was a four way tie for 'ourth place at 61 between Dave fritl and Don O'Conner, Monte Stuart and Karl Rudig, Jack Her•on and Tom Smith and Bill Gray- Mai and D. Loulhian. A total 'of 44 players were en- ered in the tournament, according to Dykeman Park pro John ~arithers. ALL-STAR TV WRESTLING 4 BIG BOUTS TUES. NIGHT JUNE 26th KOKOMO SPEEDWAY THE SHEIK JOE BLANCHARD PLUS THREE OTHER OUTSTANDING BOUTS ARROYO ACTIVE AGAIN DETROIT (UPI)-Aee reliever Luis Arroyo, on the disabled list the past 30 days, has been restored to the playing roster by the New York Yankees. To make room for Arroyo, the Yankees shipped pitcher Hal Reniff, recently discharged from, the Army, to their Richmond farm club in the International League. CAR INSURANCE DUE? HAL J. McELHENY IZUE.BroatKvay Dial 3064 STATE FARM MUTUAL AUTOMOClLE INSURANCE COMPAIir Hom«0((lc«: Bloomlngton, Illinois . 59-30 Tri-County Girls League W L Bunker Hill 3 0 Flora 2 1 Rockfield 2 1 Delphi 1 2 Camden 1 Tipton Twp 0 Ford Wins Eastern Open BALTIMORE (UPI) ~ Doug Ford has a new inspiration for slicking cm the pro golf tour. When ssked how long- he planned It; stay on four, Ford, winner of i the Eastern Open here Sunday, replied: "You e<in bet I won't be quitting right iiway. I've got a youngster I'm anxious lo see in act out here." The 39 year old New Yorker, one of the all-time leading money winners in pro golf, added, "My son is seventeen now, and I think he's got wjat it takes. I'm going home lo pick him up right now. "After t!ie W-estern Open in Chicago, I'm going to let him enler a few tournaments. The Buick Open (July 5-8) will be liis first start." Doug, Jr., will have a lot to live up to. When D-:ug Si 1 , won the Eastern Open her= with a front-running victory Sunday, it put him back among the; top 10 money, winners this year ivilh a $21.431.98 total. Ford has been on the lop 10 money winning list in 10 of the past 11 ypars, His lone miss in this span *'as last year when he finished 12th. Doug, M)IO admitted, "1 kinda back into winning" the Kastern Open, needed nothing bettor than a closing par 72 to take the top check of $5,300. He led sifter every round, scoring 69-65-7.1-72 — 279. Bob Goalby finished second, a stroke behind. NIGHT BRAKE SERVICE For Your Convenience Wti Ara OPEN 7 a. m. to 9 p. m. 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