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Sunday, May 8, 1960
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By Dow Bryant Sunday Sport* Columnist Lincoln Outfielder Dean Look is a highly-regarded young man in the future plans of the Chicago White Sox. But he may not be the only member of his family to attract the baseball scouts. Dean--who reportedly received at least $45,000 from Bill Veeck to ink a Chisox contract--really beams when he talks about his 17-year-old brother, currently propping in Lansing, Mich., the Look hometown. "He can pitch, catch and hit the ball," Dean said. "The other day he pitched a no-hitter and supplied the winning runs with two triples and a home run. "The last 1 heard, his high school team had a 6-3 record and he had pitched all the wins." So look for another Look to become a bonus baby--if Little Look continues to mow 'em down. Dean enjoys chatting about football, too. It's understandable, though, since he was an All American quarterback at Michigan State. How do the Spartans stack up for 1960? "They're loaded," Dean grinned. "Boy, they've got all the horses and should really be tough. "If one boy lands the quarterback job, they can put 11 guys who all weigh oxer 195 pounds on the field. And they've got speed--the 4 top backs are 10 seconds or better." Sure Cure Pug Williamson, another Chief outfielder who schooled at Oklahoma State, mentioned fumbling and how tough it looked to quarterback the T and not fumble continuously. "It's just a matter of concentration," Dean said. "You just have to make sure you don't fumble. "I remember fumbling about 11 times once, but the coach (Duffy Daughterly) developed a cure for fumbling. I had to take 4 laps around the field for every fumble in practice. "I almost ran myself to death. I'd finally come in from practice and hardly be able to move. But I'll say one thing for Duffy--he stayed right out there with those of us who were taking punishment laps, no matter how late it got. "And I soon learned to concentrate more on ball handling and quit fumbling." Dean is learning concentration again. But this time it's in baseball and he's trying to develop the hitting and fielding sKills that will propel him to the Chicago White Sox. Don't bet against him--and keep an eye out for that little brother, too. Oklahoma Staters Tip Huskers Twice Cowboys Now 6-0 in .League; Nebraska Nine Falls, 2-0, 7-2 Stillwater, Okla. -- Okla-1 single and scored on Doug homa State tightened its hold' Sieler's sacrifice flv. on first place in the Big Eight Conference baseball race*Saturday by winning a doubleheader over Nebraska, and 7-2. Dick Soergel pitched his second shutout of the season as he walked none, fanned 7 and retired the last 15 batters he faced in the first game. His record for the season is now 6-0. Third baseman Dale Dehart hit a 4th-inning home run to give the Cowboys a one- run lead. In the second game, Oklahoma State exploded for 6 runs in the 4th and 5th Ken Rusinger almost kept the rally going but Robert Andrew hauled down his 2-0' drive against the wall in right center. Andrew crashed into the fence but held on to the ball. May 8. LINCOLN hi Ml A ¥ JOURNAL »...; NU Trackster Runs Alums Ready ForFG LeRoy Keane (right) wins 440-yard dash. NU Gridder Runs Continued from Page ID. frames to sack up the game, tice this spring and they look George Scott scattered 5 hits good, too." in posting his 3rd win of the season. The afternoon's action left Oklahoma Slate with a conference record of 9-2 and Nebraska at 3-8. Nebraska's only hits in the first game were singles by Charles Bryant -- " . . . Best Varsity team I've seen for all-around play . . ." Bill Hawkins -- " . . . played real fine . . . hit hard . . . a lot of deception." Injuries Tom Kramer and Dennis Korinek were the Alums who suffered the most serious injuries. Kramer had his left arm Extra Pointers Add 9 Extra G's to NU Don Purcell in the second inning and Phill Barth in the 3rd inning. The Corhuskers drew first . . blood in the nightcap. Jerry, ga r ed "- · - - - r J ond qu u ..v.. stitches at halftime, he returned to sparkle in the second half. Korinek suffered a sprajned ankle. While the doctor was sewing up his arm at halftime, a c '« at in ^ Harris reached first on an er ond quarter ' After gettmg after Nebraska beat Oklahoma 25-21 last fall. Roper said the checks rep-' resented a continued growth N^r'aska of the club. The first year the Okla - TM ror, moved to second when Ely Churchich walked and s c o r e d on Leroy Zentic's single to right. Nebraska got its other run in the 5th when Rex Swett walked took 3rd on Harry Tolly's windblown f 1 y b a 11 NEBRASKA OKLAHOMA STATE ,- , ab r h bi ab r h bi Sieler 2b T 0 0 0 B Mul'w 2b 3 0 0 0 Harris cf 3 0 0 0 Wallace ss · 0 0 0 Ruisinecr Ib 3 0 0 0 R And'w rf 3 0 2 0 c 3 0 0 0 Bancroft c f 3 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 Dobson If 2 1 0 0 2 0 1 0 Dehart 3 b 1 1 1 1 2 0 0 0 Bond c 2 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 Mersch Ib 2 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 Soergel p 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 33 0 2 0 Totals 21 2 4 2 000 000 0--0 000 101 \--2 Zentic If Purcell rf Swett ss Barth 3b U'all p Tollv p The Extra Point Club presented checks totaling $9.000 to the University of Nebraska athletic department Saturday for use for grants-in-aid. Lou Roper, president of the j club raised $4,500, the second group, gave athletic director' year S6.000 and now $8.000. SIIL 0 TM^ One check f ° r Th e club also gave a plaque ' ,, , $8.000. representing the mem- to Warner B. (Dustv) Rhoads berships sold the past year. wno has been a key "vvorker in Ton" (L ' 3 A check for $1,000 represent- the organization. He is moving Soerge! w - - . ed the profits from sale of from Lincoln to Cleveland. *-"~ B * Luschen and Een Franklm T ~ paperweights, made from the' Directors of the club for Memorial Stadium goalposts iggo are that were torn down by fans LOB--Aebrasna 2, Okla- HR-Dehart. IP H 5 2 3 3 1-3 1 R ER BB SO 2 2 5 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Track Meet Set Monday Lincoln's prep tracksters, delayed by weather Thursday from their 7th city track E . M Dim McKay Guy Dean Charles Roach Jack Trombla Tom G' :I '"-PIS Frank Meyer Ted Randolph James Nisscn \ mce Collura Dick Simonson ^lex Cochrane Bus \\hitehead Gene Murray Henry Cech Paul Hartman Joe \ etman Bob Wagner Dick Russell Bnen Hendnckson Ed Smith Bob McCracken Bob Re.vnolds Jack Hcnt Bill Wiese Joe Silverman Ted Connor Lou Roper Bob Mullen Kramer told NU Coach Bill Jennings: ''I guess I just wasn't meant to play on the Nebraska field." Sidelights Varsity quarterback P a t Fischer was kicked out of the game in the 4th quarter after kicking an Alum who tackled him . . . The Alums were all set for a field goal in the first quarter. Coach D o n Strasheim ordered Kramer to hold the ball and Vacanti to boot, but the Oldtimers fumbled on the next play . . . Aducci o b j e c t e d to the ·'sleeper play" that almost went for a TD: "That makes the Varsity look bad." . . . Officials knew the '"sleeper" was illegal and would have called it back . . . Official Mutt Volz said he was "inv pressed by Meade, but I sure Pat Fischer tries to turn corner in first quarter. Jennings Not Happy With Husker Showing *Aw'fully Ragged 9 Says Grid Mentor; *Game Like This Is Hard to Evaluate* 4 30 stadium Field events begin at and track events at 5. T h e m e e t will actuallv Lincoln Moose Join League The Lincoln Moose baseball meet, will try again on Mon- team will operate in the Tri- day at Nebraska Wesleyan's County League during t h e 1960 season. The local squad opens the season today h o s t i n g Yal- ser\e as a \\arm-up for t h e ' paraiso at Elks Field at 2.30 district meet on Friday also p.m. i at Wesleyan when Lincoln High. Northeast, and Southeast will be joined by Beatrice. Fairbury, Falls City, | and Nebraska City. i Lincoln High is a heavy, favorite to snatch off its 7th] consecutive title. Bun Gallaway. director of activities at Northeast, will direct the citv meet. SECOND GAME NEBRASKA OKLA. STATE ab r h bi ab r b bi Sieler 2b 3 0 0 1 B And'w 2b 3 0 0 1 Hams c f 3 1 1 0 Wallace s s 3 0 1 0 Ruis'ger Ib 3 0 0 0 R JVnd'w r f 4 0 0 0 - 1 , 1 * TT- , . chur-ct, c 2 0 0 0 Bancroft c£ 2 2 1 0 w ish that Kramer had more Zer.tic If 3 0 2 1 Dobson If 3 2 1 2 plicnhilitv'' Official fiprrv Purcel! rf . 1 0 0 0 Dehart 3b 3 1 1 0 ell » luuu · · · vJIHCiai liCITY Swett s s 2 1 0 0 Bond c 3 1 3 2 Barth 3 b 2 0 1 0 Mersch Ib 2 1 0 1 Tolb p 2 0 1 0 Scort p 3 0 2 1 Webster p 0 0 0 0 aBeecher 1 0 0 0 Totals 24 2 S 0 Totals 26 7 9 7 A--Struck out for Webster in 7th. , Nebraska 100 010 0--2 Okla. State 010 420 x--7 I E--Swett. B. Andrew, Scott. PO-A--Ne- , . . ,, braska 18-7, Oklahoma State 21-10. DP-- i ground and dOn t p3SS Wallace, B. Andrews and Mersch; De- · · ·- hart. B. Andrew and Mersch LOB--Nebraska 5. Oklahoma State 6. 2B--Scott. HR-Dobson. S--Mersch. SF-Sieler. B. Andrew. IP H R KR BB SO Tolb 'L, 23) 4 i x ) 7 7 6 2 3 Webster 2 2 0 0 0 Scott 'W. 1-11 7 S 2 1 2 Rosenberger said the interior lineman of the Varsity ''were tough and had fine pursuit." . . . At halftime, Alum Coach Strasheim ordered m o r e ball control -- stay on the lessly." . Stras said After the game, he was "pleased with the performance of my Bill Jennings, whose Nebraska football teams have shown an improved record each year, wasn't v e r y pleased with his Cornhusk- ers' 14-0 win over the Alums Saturday. "Frankly. I wasn't very happy," Bill declared. "We were awfully ragged. "I'm certainly gFad we have another week to work this spring." Probably most puzzling to Standings \-Tolb fared 2 batter's in ith. WP-- \\cbstei HDP--BI Foil* ' B a n c r o f t ' PB -- C h u r t h i c h J I -- Fianklm and Lusche, T-: rn \-'..noo Topeka Sioux CUT . . Burllntton bo vs. I thought they played Gr «» B " 3 well for as little preparation LWTOLX "*· as we had. However. I can't f°* M ' 0 '|^, single out any individuals until I have seen the movies." ,,,,, 4' : ' GB Founer Entries MONDAY RODEO HEBRON, NEBR. MAY 14 - 15 1:30 p.m. 5 Big Events Purse $7M, I'.O . 4 furl(-nts. Moody M»«s 116 Senator Red Easy Beam 119 Etalot Lucky Cider 116 Hasty Thistle 116 After Beat 119 Miss Gencia 116 MortKaKeman 119 Connies t'psct 319 Also--Buster* Bud 119. Stone Cadet 113. Blue De Lion 116. Nivre 116. Second race, maiden*, claiming. ntir«e J700. 4 T.O.. C (orients. Isrsel 113 Manes Dream 1:3 Lojal D 116 Hamilton Scout ;iS Pmvderd Honey 111 Sih-r Claws ;n Crop O P.m 116 Pr-?in IIS Cmev's Bob 13S Eternal Button 11-1 Third rare. «»erial wnKht*. 3 Y. «).. purse $7X1. maiden*. s 1 ; furlong*. SiKnl Locan 111 Sir B«v1ie l i S -Mt J«-tt -Ir 11X Faithful Pream :« Eternally Yours 1:3 On Review r.K Babv Face 113 Michael Thomas 11* \l«i»_r»r Thunder US. BiC Boy 1'.?. Dark Edition 318. Birdella 113. Fourth rare, daimlnl. parse STOP. 3 T «.. « Nippon Nnsje 111 Thais Rich! Rare Sto!«- 115 Pioneer* Pnde Line Butter 3 3 » Rch Hill* Cement Trowel 111 Jerfode Fiflb Barber in 3rd Round Lead at Las Vegas Las Vegas, Nev. '--Calif o r n i a ' s Jerry Barker III knocked out a funder-par 66 Fonner Results Vi« Rissi" US Ijilianc Kc-cne 13* r.:rd Sh a Hre-am "^ ^h nini: T.m*- We Joke Thomas H 335 "nm«.r*n S'j^ %!««- Rod Handj 33S. Secreifl 'itr.. rotslam 5W **Kth rare, rlainiinc rf4,\]m«. purse, C fo trp- notcri work! Endra Conr« Wmta Monty OKi Tatli Pam Mark Une Kicfctli 32n M:« Vim 330 32n rne Rabtnl 310 335 Riman Nose 1X\ 120 Sir ErffeJ 313 allowjmre. varft SI, WO. * 7* T«. 310 Lrnfla Roth 312 13" tVhict *r-tirm 111 ins Shadrm Roll Itift 738 »llm»ire. |rar«t Sl.WW Saturday for a 3rd round total of 201 "to hold the lead in the $42.000 Tournament of Champions. Barber, of Los Angeles, at 44 the oldest and weighing 135 the smallest golfer in the field, goes into the final round today wi;h a lead of t w o strokes o\cr hi*; nearest challenger. Julius Boros of Mid Pines. X f. the sen is the Desert Inn Country Club, a 7,000 yard }% course with par 36-36--72."The weather again was hot and clear with a fair breeze prevailing. Barber, w h o spend. 1 ; most of b;^ :imo a a chib pro- fcional. w en' n.o his round vulh .1 one Mrokf lead over the field. Kon Vcnturi and Jay Hcbcrl his nearest challenger. The leaders: THREE-I LFAGIE W L Pet. GB 7 4 .636 ... 7 4 .636 . . 4 3 .571 1 . 4 3 .371 1 3 2 .600 1 . 4 S .444 2 * . 2 4 .333 le* 2 8 .200 NATIONAL LEVGLE U L Prt ritt«.lureh 13 7 .650 San Francisco ... It 7 650 Mil* .mire 9 7 .563 2 Cincinnati 10 11 .476 3' i Los Antetei 10 U .476 3'; St. Lolli* . . . . 9 10 .474 V- Philadrlpbi* * II -381 3'^ Chicalo . « 12 -333 6 AMERICAN LEAGl E W L Pet. GB New York !0 S .667 CbicaCo II S .647 Boston » 7 .533 J Cleveland 9 S .533 2 Baltimore 10 » .326 2 Wuhinfton 7 10 .412 4 Kansas Citr « 11 .353 " Detroit 3 10 .333 Saturday's Results 111 111 Saturday First r*re pune $700. eUiminC. 4 TO and Up. 6 furlonjs. T--1:171 5. Canipeno 'Quins) 900 400 300 Chnmto Vosler» 460 320 Ib Bonny O-.erton 360 THREE-I LEAGVE \l«i ran--Sureljj Whirl. Friday's Girl. ' Sioul Cit* 7, LINCOLN 5 Jame* M. Lyjack. Tup Shmrone. Fancy Fn Cine* S. Burhncton 4 Ond *ame r t x i n r . and Blue Beth o f doablebeadrr ppd.. rain». ', Vrond race. pur*e 1700. rlatminc. 4 Topeka at Pe« Mome*. Ptd - rain. 10 and nt. « farlnno. T--1:1*. , c.rreti B»v at Cedar Rapid*, ppd . rain j Pawn Lea Q U : I R ) 24 w 10 on S 20 | N%TION%L L E \ G V E | H 30 5 M » san Frann*co 6. Pltt*bnrlth S , Cmnnnati «. SI Lout* 2 j Milwaukee at Chirac" epd . ram Lo 4nreles 3. Philadelphia Z (11 ID- ninc*). AMERICAN LfcAC-tE Cleveland 3- Baltimore 1 New York 4. Kan*as Cit* 1 Bo*on S. Detroit « Cbiracn 6. Washington 4 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Indianapolis S. St. Paal 2 Houston 5. Charleston 2 te«iftTine 2. Minneapolis 1 Denver 4. Dalla* Ft.-Woriii I PAOriC CO»ST LKAC-IE Salt Ijikr 7 TjinroaTrr 3 T*c*Hia 4t Seatll 1 * 3 \1*( ran--Rn\al Brovn;\. IHinnis Bo^. rr 7; ln . Acnai - % a i e h . (,ove s Bob. ar.d Oaili double paid J30S Third rare. pur*e WOO. elaimlat. J YO. S' r inrlnttt*. T--1.11.4. Waunv Mae 'Chai« 6*0 380 I S O : Moidare 'Thilie' «oo 4 2 0 ' 'iour Ri*k Gaffthone' 3 M. Rusty Blue. Ne-.-aJ T"1 irn IT Fourth rare. tmr«» ««W. claiminf. 4 I YO and op. S'; farlonc* T--l.W.I. j W «nt w ide (O} ^rtnn i 25 00 * an 4 ···) i Hard Sauce ' Thilie 3 «n 3 no ' K"d V.Tr.Jvr ' R Hr«ch:«"i' 't in ' Al«i ran- Terry j. Tear-h'r* T-j Hn. -i-.- Row T«~3. Vt cnit*. and Ci-narrm ' 1 ifflt Ti-». rmr^f S*nn. rljiimmc 4 YO alKl tip. *. forlnnt*. T--1 3 I Jennings was that the Varsity didn't go after the Alums as aggressively as they have been after each other in intra-squad games. But the coach blamed that on two hard workouts Thursday and Friday, something not ordinarily done before a game. He wasn't however, taking anything away from a good Alumni team. "Maybe this will help us to be a better team," he said. "You know a game like this is hard to evaluate. The Alums are always good. They were real tough inside. We couldn't do anything there against them. "That Adduci looked like a freight train going through there a couple of times. "One other t h i n g we learned. We must sustain our blocks. Those big guys in the middle really taught us something . . . and we either tackled poorly or I wish we had that Tom Kramer back for another year." One thing continually perplexed Jennings. "We still can't catch the ball." he declared. "We should have had several m o r e interceptions. We dropped a couple that were right in our hands." Jennings was pleased with the way Ron Meade ran the Varsity. "It's tough for the Alums to get an offense going in such a short time.'' he said, "but they still give you a game." Jennings would make no attempt to compare this game with last year's when the Varsity won 22-0. "It just can't be done,*' he said. "But we are looking forward to seeing the movies of the game."' Sunda*!* C»ame.« C*«n- r^frrt*.. NT. IV B«T \ a j . and Refl RiC - *ij«i rare, none JWw. -l»imint. and ««. S't T«rt«n«« T-- 3:W I Glr.rj- Banny Xroi«tTOJi«» 4 40 3 W L-air PBtnam 'R HfoOiVml. . S«0 La4v Say Ye« TO ' 3.40 flO ten SUPER-MODIFIED STOCK CAR RACES Sunday, May 8th 8:00 P.M. O ·=·*.- JT . Sue. Oflar R«3. Ill 'Lx'afMfr. and r»re v f . f : forlmn* rHul 31 i Tonfli 135. Hair 31S Via Mine 33f ii T" Gif1"i3 IT- T«"i 37 s . Calif. \1;n ·«»reTitli r»r». twr»» JW1. TO and us. ; fnr]»nn. 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Grrf« Biy at Cedar RcVNIt \!~d;na O^onty 'Mmr U 49 S* 7»» S no * r " Cttlec ATTOV»L LEAGCB »t l^t Anc«1e* SHIRTS Laundered to please the exacting. LAUNDRY CLEANERS GRAND OPENING Sunday, May 8 7 EVENTS LINCOLN SPEEDWAYS Capitol Beach NU Varsity Gets 'Opening' Victory 144) Verdict Over Tough Alums; Meade, Vacanti Game Sparklers Continued from Page ID. with a 12-yarder to the Alumni two-yard line. Thornton, a powerhouse i n ! action, fought over for t h e 1 score, Meade kicked the first of his two extra points. | That drive, the only sue- [ cessful one of the day, went 60 yards in 9 plays. The only other score came early in the 4th period when tackle Roland McDole fell on a Vacanti fumble on the Alumni 17. It took just two shots to score. Lost on Downs Pat Clare, looking the best he has in Scarlet garb, ran the dive buck for 9 yards before fullback Noel Martin, fighting and squirming, went 8 yard's for the touchdown. The Alums never made a serious bid to score. They got to the 32-yard line of the Varsity in the first half but lost the ball on a fumble. · They made it to the 21 in the second half with their best march of the day as D i c k McCashland, R e x Fischer and Tom Kramer ran well. But the ball was lost on downs as the Varsity stiffened. Vacanti, playing most of the game, hadn't lost his magic touch but the Varsity defenders hounded the receivers too closely. The best Alumni play of the game was saved until just before halftime. R e x i Fischer got himself hidden on the sidelines and Vacanti hit him with a sleeper pass for 40 yards. On the last play of the half McCashland ran the draw play for 7 yards to the Varsity 19, the closest Alum effort of the game. | Top Alum run was a 19- yard scamper by D e n n y Kormek. Nick Adduci, the 1950 fullback, ripped off a couple of fine runs of 101 yards. Vacanti Outstanding Pat Fischer peeled off dashes of 25 and 18 yards from the quarterback position but the Varsity's best weapon was Mcacle's passing. The Varsity missed numerous opportunities at interceptions. Vacanli w a s named outstanding Alumni player. He played nearly the entire way on offense, surprising the Varsity several times with runs. Over-all it was a Varsity performance that didn't bring elation, nor despondencey. The Alumni team is always tough, refusing to give any ground during the infighting. Varsity passing s e e sharper than in the past few seasons but the passing was far better than the receiving. Additional backfield speed is present, but it didn't give the Alums too much trouble. Texas Next The Varsity picked up a net 205 yards on the ground and 117 in the air. The Alums rushed for 128 and passed for 89. As the Varsity made 152 on the ground and 53 in the air the first half, it was apparent that the undergrads did do as well in the second half. Jennings, expressing thanks that the spring program was worked out to allow drills next week, believes many of the flaws can be worked out. That Sept. 17 opener at Texas isn't too far a w a when you consider the number of practices between now and then. Alumni Varsity Score 0 0 ft Q_ Q 0 7 0 7--14 tth». Row First Quarter Nona Second Quarter 6-0 Thornton, 2, plunge, :23 7-0 Meade, placement Third Quarter None Fourth Quarter 13-0 Martin, 8. plunge. .53. 14-0 Meade, placement Tim* Entries Due Men's City League Softball entries are due Monday. Sea-1 son play will begin Monday,' May 16. Any interested teams get in touch with the City Recreation Office. Every 'Day Lincoln's Newest Finest OPEN BOWLING · Free Instruction Featuring King'§ Fine Food» P A R K W A Y I tftM^e **55 8*. 48 LaneS irs-nw ALCMXI Ends--Siemer. Bohanan. Cook, Dale. Damkroger. Loehr, McWil'iams, Marti. Simon. Kiscoan Tackles--Connor, Glantr. Handshy, Hot loran. Kitzelman, Minmck, Mongersott. Wheeler. Guards--Emanuel, Bryant. Husmamu Jones, Kampe, Means, Peterson. Sales- trom. Wagner Centers--Moore, Mullen, Novak, Scott, Lyall. Bergum. Backs--Johnson, Carroll, Edwards. Res Fischer, Hawkins. Korinek, Kramer, Mfc« Cashland, Naviaux, Vacanti, Sandag*. TTiomas. VARSITY End* -- Comstock, Tomlinson, Ca*e. Huge, Bond, Salerno, McDamel, Donovan. Tackles--DuBois. Haney, SchacJieJ, Janovy, Jones. R. Kranse. Cobb, Me- Dole. Gatrusana. Guards--Jordan. McBnde, Rosier, AI Fischer. Robertson. Ponseigo. Toogood, Ottochian, Heldt. Richards, Cooper. Centers--Hamsa, Fncke, Tingle-huff, L Krause Backs--Faiman, White, Powers, Meade. Warden, Dillard, Thornton, Martin. Young, Pat Fischer, Clay, Dyer. Clare. Ward, Fred Fisher, Larsen. Olseo. Installed While Too Watt AUTO GLASS FOR ANY CAR SINGER BOYS AUTO PARTS 2000 N 23rd Adams Von Sickle's A N N O U N A New, Better ond More Convenient AUTO GLASS SERVICE We hove Just opened our n«w ond larger Auto Gloss Service Dept. 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