Daily News from New York, New York on April 2, 1946 · 237
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Daily News from New York, New York · 237

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MOON MULLINS r : APT OUT! I WON'T TOLERATE A LOAFER. ( I AIMT S r YVUW IfSICa, 1 THE WIFE J f OUST SENT Ny JlvJsR V look OKAY- YoU'RE HIRED! V I NV f NOW 3ET OUT! VYOU'RE FIRED!! j FOR MAMIE'S INFORMATION COOS1M CHIKJCHv; WHAT SORT OP A JOB DID 1 HOLD BEFORE YOU ( CANWED MEP v- , r 5L arS I aJk,-... 4f 41 -I Yonts iWote 77 Hits, Belt Beaumont, 17-0 t Bowie Entries By Joe Trimble Beaumont, Texas, April 1. The Yankees weren't fooling this afternoon as they continued to make their northward tour a professional and financiar success. They gave a capacity crowd of 7,571 Texans a demonstration of the old Bomber power and racked up a- 17-0 victory over the fc.xport.ers, local Texas League entry. Seventeen hits, good for 28 total bases rocketed from Yank bats and among these was Joe DiMaggio's 15th homer and a pair by Charley Keller. DiMaggio had a perfect day five for five. HOMERS GALORE Keller drove in seven runs with his pair of smashes over the left field fence, the first coming with three on in the fourth a frame YANKEES (17) t BEAUMONT (0) brhpoat tbrhpun Rftitft nil la Raton. u I I n 3 1 ll-nn.li.if 1 2 4 a I'avario.cf 1M1M h. llri II 7 3 3 3 MlK-llr, ,1 1 8 I 1 li.Vhse... c( .1 1 1 4 a ! 2 ( Knni, 11. 4 2 1 t 0 a.A.-um.rf 4 I 3 a C Klirm 'm.ak 3 113 1 I apn.- lb 4 a 1 C :iiuira.?h 4 2 13 1 .ln,l.,t illlll li,euhr.e 4 M I ft Kalk.c tlliir i;nHiiwit.p 4 11(1 AletarHler lb 4 a 1 I fell 1 a a a a Mrt'lain..'h 3 a 1 4 r ).wun.t 1 a:MKinit).n a a a 4 2 I fh-Kuri-iirtexj i a a a a a (i-npiM-r p a a a a a a tKtnmert.p i a a a i a It-Wiiiumi i a a a a a IMtrima. a a a a -f Z3 a ; la'l T.lalt 43 17 i: 27 !Tola a I-uoped up fr (lumpert in Hth. Ii ISiplied up for M'Kinnr In r StrtM-h out for EmiaertiMi In sth : taks i 13 a a a 4 a ir iirauimut . a a a a a a a a hainrd run Yank It Rum halteil In P ttiiMnas. lienrirli i. (primes i. Hiuuio 3. Iiitthrf, Krllrr 7. fliMattfin Two baa lnta l.-iineri. Oiimea. RtRim Ttirea ttaae lilt Anna, tl'.me run Keller 2. IHMaayio. Karlflrt iium. l-ri. Ih.itnl Plata tt'Kxmo-lirliae 1;u,r; i M'I'lalu Jtatrtajie-Alt-zander, l-efl on ln Yanka l.i. Hraumont 8 Ba, on ball, Off ! M h imifT .V I'epinr 4. Kmmrrt 3. Slna-a out - Hy liimpert 3. MKirn 1. Eramm 2. Lvnoa ', 3 siylmiHi 1. H It, (HT Mrh'inuey. In 3 Inn-. 1'ijt; liunmert. S In 7 : Sielaiark. a In 1 ; Pepper, 5 in 2- Eaimert. 4 In 3 : l.yw. 3 In 3. Hit fcv plotter- By Pepper 4 SI imrlia : GmBWrt I Hnwrfi, W inning pilrher (jumper!. LoonK pitilwr WrKlMne. - I mpirea Fawlft iTl.t. ller-jry lAl.l. and Carter 1M.1. Tiaaa ol same ?:1 ' in which the New Yorkers parted ' the Exporters for eight runs. His other was a ninth-inning smash which scored Rizzuto and Henrich, who had singled. The crowd Di-Maggio conscious a all are around the country hollered for Big Joe to do it right afterward and he did, smacking a 350 footer over the same left field fence. Randy Gumpert, the long jaw?d righthander who looks like one of Joe McCarthy's starting pitchers even though he technically is the ! property of Newark, worked the first seven innings and reliever Al : Lyons the last two. Milkman Jtm Turner, last year with the Yanks and now Beaumont manager, tossed four pitchers into the grinding Yank bats and all but ' the last, who worked only the final inning, were smeared. Way-cross, Ga., April 1 (P). The Dodgers "B" squad blasted four 'Y'ankee hurlers for 15 hits here today to defeat the American Lea- i guers No. 2 team, 7-6, in 10 innings. Don Lund. Dodger outfielder, batted home the winning run, sending a sharp single to right field in the last half of the tenth to score pitcher Les Webber and break the six-all tie. John Van Cuyk silenced the Yank big guns, allowing only singles up to the last of the ninth, when the bombers broke loose with Jour hits to tally all six of their runs. Les Webber, who relieved liim, was credited with the victory. rox:F:R,' -boto ooo o.-ii i 7 is 2 y.VKKK4 PIMNI 4MI4I 4HMi O rt H 1 ' Van 4'n.vk. Webrtfr and Hor4sr-n: Frank. K-Ut;l. HiiJer. lAilinel art 4evamr 44tmb-son. Jiminez Outpoints Cleo Shans in 10 Julio Jiminez, Mexico, won a unanimous decision over Cleo Shans", Los Angeles, in the 10-round main bout last night before 3,816 at St. Nicholas Arena. Both fighters weighed 138 pounds. Jiminez could not cope with Shans at close quarters but his lefts to the mid-section eventually slowed Shans down and made him an easy target for his long range tacticat. In MXf: Slr-re SatMlinn. 157. Hrtkivn. kav04d. BamlHio ValrtK-ia. 1 .!. Mri-o rity 4 .41 of Nth): Jimmy Evana. 1771. Brooklyn. ka.vxj LhiIiit M-Mill-n 17". bnx.klsn i- 11 nf jd: J.ihn Cbritt li. I'irt1',. Philariflphia,. ilt-'ii(mrHl Wilti.tm ln. l.'tll. Harlem: Tel Waller". Sir! W'-t Si.l. de-iirtiNl William Brown. 1 14H . Hrom in four- TWy Wdaon. 1 :tt. Bronx, and Bill Laiitlrnin, o4 Dalian, drew. l'ITTBrRGH (AP. Billv Tor 1 rlT rnes In IVY-St. L. Swap Beaumont, Tex., April 1. The Yankees today completed a trade which involved two players and a little money from the Browns. The money probably is good. The deal sends catcher Ken Sears to St. Louis for cash and outfielder Milt Byrnes. Byrnes hit .249 with the wartime Browns and is a sad fi2lder. The deal was made principally to get rid of Sears, whose laziness has irked Joe McCarthy. He batted .278 in 60 games for the '43 champs and went into the Coast Guard after that. Both players are lefty batters. TRIMBLE. Reopen Bowie; Bet Hark Set 'Special to The Kcvil Bowie, Md.. April 1. After a four-year shutdown, the Bowie racetrack opened with a bang of long-shot bangtails, climaxed by the first million-dollar handle in NEW BRITAIN-. Conn. IA.pi. Al VHr 141. VaMr-y Slipm. J. I., on f ooiitlcd Jinimv wynn. 14.", S. Npw York: 8i. r-ri J a.l.-li.l, i, kjtyonl 0i. i Hull. lot I Hnn-ia I . flll.lkil.-rK .-IK. i... ... c . 4'harir-.. 174. finnnnaii. katoo, Hiiu- ' the 32-year history of the little i.un..n. 175. it..i,. d. 'j. 4127 4. Maryland oval. The totes showed ! I l.U4,tHb. With crowds storming the gates AS lata no. tha frtlirth vao 4ha HOr.V(lKE M I API Sainf P, I a. I. I J .. . t. - ' 17... .Pr,nfiHd M:. rf,,.V,i ir,.h j ", was jammea wnn a near- jimmy u 2 7(1 proTidrn. e ! i rciura z i ,ui7u aiienaance. floout (B.kiVi. ii.-pr - T.'m?'h' ; two-thirds of the bettors were laihUIri Hum. i ;.. Boston. N"w KnKl:md 1 . j . , - . ., ffaihfrwairhi champ. on a onanimoina i ii- ! worsted in their race to the daily round j-. nior in a non ntie bout over double windows, which opened late. oeotn Mye. IV li . Monlral. t. . , - - , , . , HTAMTOKD Tonn . I A P . Johnny Lsing the hunch of 4 and 1 for the Ki'-e. 1." la.mtoid. knocked out Willi- date . i . , iimKm. I., in z ol I lh- Irt illli. I NEWARK HP1 PjU anlon T ICI New Vork. atotud I'lu., Rrri 1 4n Meyioo. in 4 of 4th and Jimmv M e-lxtnoiiieh l.Sil. N,w Vork. i?rot-d .il-t erlo Ramirez. 1 5:1. J4exi o. in : of ",'d S i . BKfltJKN P1ET.D. N J.. fr. PI. Cheeter Riry,. l:',!a. New York. de'iioned Vi-lor Moreoo I 40 "3ra'-. lllt PRIiVIDENCE. R I 4 1-pi. Charle. Tahen I-?!! ,ew York, won over Joey Anrelo IH. PhilaoVlohia (lni. BU.TIMORE H'Pi. Jo MHtim; 1M. Cleveland. de.iioned Buddy Walker. 1 ;. l-'olnmhna o l 1 41 I NEW HAVFN. Conn. fP . Georre Ij, Rover. 141. Phi ladelirhia. de.iioned Juhe Korjn las. New Haven (Si. TROY. N Y. irpi. Carmen Ca-ale. 1 fit . Troy, klioc-ked 'Mil 'harl' Mf-PherHiin, Neu- Y'ork. in the filh HOt. rHICAGO (API. Johnny Ro.7in. ISO Milwaukee, won oyer Art Brown. 1 ."0 Chieayo I I i . KANSAS (TTT. K. (AP Roy Miller. 11(1, Kanana City Nerm. aained a newa-paoer der-t-ioo oyer RllOen Shank lnl. fienyer ilfll. fourth month and first day 23 patrons played the fourth and first horses in the first two races. Late Time and Goldie's Sugar. The ! pair returned $901 . . . but a I straight parlay would have paid more than $10,000! j Though the first two races up- held Bowie's reputation as a long- shot artist's haven, the feature I race went to an odds-on favorite, j Hillver Court. Winner of the re-i cent $25,000 New Orleans Handi- cap, the four-year-old chestnut i romped to a five-length victory in the Bayard Purse today. Leading all the way from post to wire, the W. L. Johnson-piloted nag negotiated the mile and 70 yards in 1 :45.3, for returns of $3.70, $3 and $2.30. Roundup of Sports CITRUS CIRCUIT In Sarasota. Fla.. Reds outfielder Mike Dejan, recently discharged from the Army after infantry service in Europe, released outright to San Diego of PCL . . . Manager of the Sherman club in the East Texas League, Guy Sturdy, predicted that Monty Stratton, who lost a leg in a '38 hunting accident, will return to pro baseball this year with 25 victories. Sunday, Stratton, ex-White Sox ace. worked three innings, fanning seven and giving up two hits. EXHIBITIONS In Del Rio, Tex., the White Sox tapped four Pirate pitchers for 17 hits and a 9-4 romp. The Bucs made six errors as the Chi clubbers got away to an early lead on Don Kolloway's inside-the-park homer, which started a perfect day at bat for the second sacker ... In Sarasota, the Rrd Sox rollicked over the Reds, 8-3, 4-2, in a double bill, beating erratic John Hetki and fireman Joe Beggs in the first, and Jim Konstanty in the second. Winning hurlers were Tex Hughson. returned G.I., with a six-hitter and Mickey Harris who gave up only three hits in the seven-inning nightcap ... In Tucson, the Browns came from behind to clip the Cubs, 5-4, but the NL champs wound up cheering because big Ed Hanyzewski went to the mound for the first time since bone chips were removed from his elbow and held the Browns to four hits and one run in five frames. . . . In Brunswick, Ga., the barnstorming A's and Baltimore Orioles played the first town on their tour with the A!s winning, 5-1 ... In St. Petersburg, the Cards teed off on A Hie Reynolds, one of Cleveland's "big four," for two in the fifth and a 3-2 triumph. Batting highlights were a homer by Harry Walker and rookie first baseman Dick Sisler's hit which brought in the winning run, his sixth safetv in his last seven at-bat-s, a Pbyytji; got foui- hits in Dewing l Miaea -Beacl i t"l ... ; rt C "VI. .1 , J tt 1 : !.. I a t. : , a lainiiiguvs, a-u. 4,1 uiiau jr atiiti xi uiiiijiirirs jjave riuriuians iir virifies. 1ST Clmr.: 4 yn .: ft t. Warpy. I'M: Stellaa Sun. Ill: Sirolltnr 1oii. li:t: XmkI. 11 Payahle. I o:i : Beajialalk. 1 11. Pete a G.il.l 11.1 J.mip. 11:: Jintmien Aide . 1 1 : t : Tumble Hoy. KIH: Hiiraeon. 11.1: Walloon. 1 'i t : Saint Patrick. 114: Wie Brave. 113: That. Ted. lid: Valetia H. 108 2ND CIma.; 4 jm. aV tip: f. Aurelian. 11:1: John Italia. 11:1: Traee-lenne. lud: Pilate Dream. 114: Rntirh. Money, lit: Kemolee Urn: Bivkle Time. II. 'I. Burler 117: Mv Ellt. 117: Eeo-modale. HIM: Royal K;yor. 141.1: Alimony Kid 108: Nik hi Duty. 4ift: M.-i.n Meadow. 10H; Jlarwrack, 108: Crajid Venture. 117 KD Mom : yr. : 4 f. Fond Wi.h. 1111: Cant Cat.h .Me. Ill: Hop On. llrt Oueen Brand. M a-Vileaar. Ill: a-Patuent Belle. Ill: Helena Dream, llrl: Flyinr Raid lift: e-Deoiilaae. 111: Krallny lam. lilt: Sweet Barbara, llrl: Three Paa 118: Sun Dotk'ie, 1111 e-Rerularily. 1 1 a-Horkheimer and Hall entry. e-Carruthem A Talb-rt entry. 4TH Clnnr : 3 vis ; t Silent Km. 102: He'll Try. 114: Gold Tar. 114: Phara Wneei. 1H4 Tranony. 104: Ma-kiee Pall. 104: ileripin' Lively ll'-J; Te.l.lv Pon. II' lima Ja. 1H9. STH .1 yr. fl f Pneun Hill. HIS: l,nder'oyer. 11.1: Hu Boa. 113: alay. 11M: Ro.-kel Shell. 1IIK- M. Inieine. KIH: Otwn Palm. IIS Call Proof. 11.1: Sweeiena. 1117: Mv 'hirley 11.1 lro-po-itlon. 113 Carl.oia 11.1: Oni'k l.i'. lid Millv r los: Alure Wiina. 1U8: Artillery Boh 11.1. TH Alw.: 4 tn. np: 1 m TO yd", a The Minr ll'l Unalre Call. Ill: tirenonifle. 114: Ennimotia. 11(1- 1": 'a! Ill: Blue II'!: aVoliin lo: Alfloa HIK li.ilie Paul. 1 " Cat Bndre II-?- Pr..f.-t. 113. DeD'atlon. 117 Oypaler. 1 1 a Riiiii ami Talle'Pt entry. 7TH Clnnr : 4 vr A up: 1 A m. Son Twinkle. ln.V Rnmano- Bov. Inn; Solid 4ender. l-llf B-Iv Bohliv 1IM1: Our Blend 117: Tr.-eleite ll-I: Ma'e Faat. 11.1; 1'onran. 11V Aldndte 117: Pentaaon ll": lle Tie Pine. 1 1 Grand Tleatioy. 11-;: a H.i7'. - Play 1117- a Hon Ridye. init Ba Kiddle. 115: Off Tbe Beam 115 a -laooli a H'ht entry. HTH I lint : 4 yra A up- 1 rV m PropMin. Iok: I'lirlc Bulk. Ill: a Hull Alia, littl: Won.ll. n. k llrl: To n Camp. !: Diy Heiita 4W: a H.or Cut. Ill - Piaoan Hid Manvo 114 Halevon rUy 114" Shoot K'r-I 11- Anne Ak-ain. Ilirl- CalatMizo lo!i Minnie H.i'-a ltl!: Wolf Creek 114 Job l.oi lll'I. a-W. W. and W. I.. Turner entry. Tropical Park Results 1ST Mdna .- ,r.: 4 "i f : off 2 07. Stniioff iKoTv-ki) -.'0 70 ".til 7 7( TiKhl Grip 4Ja.,ilii . 5 MI -1 7o Dl-fielled (J Martini s :iO S.-rat.-hed Ja-of.Mp--. Hia-h Kick. Jim-Jam J.ie a Sun Tun. 5'-' "D (Init 4 & up: rt f : off :. GrarMl-ial iWatw.nl V 'tit 5:1(1 4 imi Vale4ia i -iirlo'l. i 4 341 3 f.O bellezra ' R .Marlnn 7 3U t-ralehed Don ifi l Heel Tp I.iili. h Tate Soulful Tim. 1 f: 1 5 I The Daily Donhle I'I4 !lai ITl lime 4 up f : off 3 11 Renraw i Th-lara -,'H imi 1 ! To CR4I Wealler Iei. htl 3i 341 11 4' Klynir Hero iBamlei. 4 1 Seratehed Kt-n ui Sel.-ap The Killer. S:in imo-i. Time 1 : 1 I 3 .-. 4T11 4 Init : 3 up li ( off 3 13 Three O-Kive -R M art iii 5 M) .ISO 3 0 Baoooiae I fk.li.ra i 8.70 5 4' Par Plua (B.ia l-l 4 30 Seralched Kinr'a lrnle. InvenlloD Lani'-ni. Time 111 4 5. STH Alwe..: 4-up: f off 4 11 - T.'keannot iZufeln 3 50 'Z 5(1 9 .in Othani R Martini 3 lit J " Sana Clan. ( Hufnaylt I . 3 MO HTH Clmr : 4 up. 1 A m : off 4 4 ! y Cavalorta :Wataooi 7 (Mi 4 '.41 .1 5 Old Iron (I-p-anaii 4o "o ftlher-Rnr (4iar7.a 4 HO S.Tnlehel Mamie lar Win TTH llmi : 4 up l'.m : off 5 11 Joaue Pal Brenn an 1 ;0 1" 10 e.ll Sun By -e- 7 !n 4 7(1 Haty Brook 'Ks,.liei .1 3(1 w-!-atened cw.- Mentor Deyil'a Cruy Runaway Giant star. Time 1 3 5. STH CI.: 4-11P : 1', III off 5 44 T.irht Count 1 l.i. :ul-i 1 4 -ztl 3 1 --'41 Haaty Fnat 4 Delara I 4 "O I"" Carrean I R. Marlin p . !.WI Won not waa diaoualified and placed aeeond. S,'ratened On Omar. Firat Girl. Naaaey a Baby. Puzzle Over. Segura Tops Talbert Miami, April 1 iVPi. Pancho Segura, of Ecuador, U. S. national indoor tennis champion, tonight defeated Billy Talbert, of Wilmington, Del., 6-8, 6-0, 6-1, to win the Miami City tennis championship. TODAY'S CROSSWORD ANSWER 'eVrj-rp&itp A rjy A N grlgMpigQF A I g Plejr a i enc? u g! Jc-rl I a c fk. i hr-LS? V7 lajr C I (Puzzle on page 37) Bowie Resu'ts IT nte1lig PDO's Selections AT BOWIE: H t Htttm So. UafJ.cH'ii. Turn hi BT. VZl KoiiKh Mamr, t(.ximod.tF. Tratts- lif III)-. nic Kt4. Cant Cat'.-b Me. Foud 4t TruntMitif. H'(l Try, I'harin-!. tS 4 Mil Vrtt-t. l url.tl!, lHy SlurkVy. rt 'r"fFf. twaitw i'iatil. Kuiliniinkii. ; Aldridcr. Kt-ttr H Mr. tVnt mkuiI. S Hairy RfljF. l-ti Prop Man. H-l I'rrlrrt. AT TROPHAl PARR-1 1 Mim Punktt. Moutic Twin. Jane'a K(c. ili WaMhMm of. Bo Wax. Whit TllllfT .ti Wavna. B.t4m R;nl. Iron Work Darh- llinc-, lirrrt Iamib. Om Tin- Kit Hieh rm. l unl. S'Whr Pp WV)t ii Na-nrp'. ,.r. Mark-mni. Hikh HiKti. i7 Hurrf lEIataC. Our Vi.-i.rv. Men KiuJI. 8 Ourrrilla. I'oiif Mt-ntor Ekati. Hard HIafi. Tropical Park Entries lx rim.: -M.Iup : -i rrr : f. Citn Tarn. Jlu. Jih R.e. Mwie T.U4'h. 1 15; A-ril tiuui-r. -'. Tttl- a, 115; Br ti non. IIS: lrmeliia H.. IMi; a Bur Top. l .'O. M-urn l .'O. Roi-lr-la I M; lira? I-a4r 115; Mim Punk. !!: St ;iri. a Tie r. I -: Blanch Ji5 vm.( i,r(,r 115. a B. Wife J M. Hiii huif. entry. "E Onie ; 4 .in; f. -.Mai pa,f I 1U; J-miniN 1 15: All h-i m ll'Zi hure Hii 1 1 ; Bw ay. I'l'Z: Waltham '" 117; iar(l-o P..I. 117: Pi- KM. 115: Soiutioni B.y. 115: Sun W lift; HiKh l lo.k. I ?-; (in H'mhI I'M. n.-i. II whn T.ni- n;; VatUJina i-iuo, 117; He Mit. i:? D nms 4-n. 1 A m.. f h-ry Wtin. 11-t. Hot lom H.i'l. 1M Air raft, I. 4: t-t-l 114: CliMna-v TrfkT. 1 ; WMp!.tt. II?: nn Witrka. 1 1; Baun Nurw. B.i aiKl Spur. 1!4; K M.r..t. i- i r:. i-.ii.n uir. 1 14: Tli-ii. US K-- ( iti.tifi 114; Om-Vir. M5 Si.ir Whu. ii:i. Mann. Ilia TH Af :t yr - f f Bw):t Lon-. Jl: li-ajrliy Uitun li t; n Th Kt-r. 1 1: K-nim Byl(t. Ill; M .rlj 1 .; IV.f. Talk. 1 1 w; Ship Captain. 110; L-aUramar. 10r(. 5TH Mwc li yr : tf f CnnU H W liis: Hi:h Kajo I I . lVi--H. II. : ;:. Io. 1 I . K'.r- rrjl i. 1 n5: E..v Ktiiic . I . Trt'tnifhal. 115; KiHL'tita Uili 111: H$h Hixl 1.. 'TH 4 r. A ui i 1 Naii, a lo:t Army l tU-l. 114 Bt-tw-f r?. 1 n.t; n il Iait-rfr In?. Kre TrAU, I Irt; KHv iii4 Mrrv-maii. ))h Ii.o. lofi Higb lu-,. Ill: I'mewlsii HU; Ii -i.Vn t J IMi W m t.-r Rilled. J K-f 'aniw lOM. rat- A,.. Ml; Hri.'d S-jt.r- 1l; ;.u'i ri.l. 114. TTH iina : 1 m Hr Blfl-I. I-!'. W a--eM- I'o.rit 1 ti:t . Olir Vnw 1 M ,.., I'Uui. in. l,rr.ior. 114 Mi Fiuit Ht TH it!i- 4 ui 1 U m Ovfr Ir. l?'i: Mi- Mon inh !. Ja. k Ih.?. Ill: Kl fan II" ..! M'-idor li; in Sirk. 115 (,ii-T.ila. 1IH at a B-iy. ln; Hirh Roller. Ill: Ptom B..v 11 fK Hit. i ;l. t'al'-uila. Il l; On Omar. 1 1 1T l in e .1 yr- : f Tutw k --h 110 -J0 ;ii :m ii )4fM'-haii'lli ' M'.r:ii o.4 .'( hu i !-n ! Bin- i it k n.ii " '"''' I'nmf K:vr. Ia Pjtii'a. Butl--l,l. Winy Jrau. Tmj. 1 14 -t a. 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TO ff 3 Ol. nrrnaful ( K'mt i mi U hi Star Tmi K-ip-ri 4 ."iO :s t-l'ia Krona JihriMnt 4 4t HT5H-hwl finr Sa(inl On of hirr burned m Saturday hre Tmr 1 .54 '! &. HTH t .: 4 up: 1 ta m.; -ff A-.'ilS. Ta-b O Boy tt irk . 4 ;o 'i -' 40 Jnbn Hun -utt jtJ nm a ! tut Chalpr iW. Kinirt 4 ! S4-rat-h-l -ViiaUr Br"- Thalc-i R:tre Flaieit. tSlit. A'm-rn a. Tim 1 5"i 4 6. ence est ANSWERS (Test on page 2") 1. Harmony. 2. Rotunda. 3. Zinc. 4. Stars. 5. Acne. 6. (a) Peter K-e-e-e w); (b) Donald Quack (z): i) Tom-i-Tyfeowiiv): ja )iiB(jH(,iS(.i;.(xi (e) cossy Moo (t. loo ' 3 ?3 3 ho 1

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