Abilene Reporter-News from Abilene, Texas on February 15, 1959 · Page 43
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Abilene, Texas
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T e n reiurnmg icttermen a n d a . n , - I transfer student from New Mexico' umper Bt)b Ecck ' I 1 *' 6 vaulter 'ormlhc heart or the Abilene High ^' WO(X ' Leonard, and sprinter,, rack team which \n\l allempt 'to Stowers, who should be an improv.'!!? outshine lasl season's Kaglc run- cd runner (Mi year. Senior JeUermeii are quartcrmil- ners. ,, ,v., ,^ u f w , u .- 1U n: , m ,,i B , ly pD K VEU n er (j'c-rald Cumby high Mla "° oln;r sai Angelo \vcigiit- one point in the Red Raider Relays minor Eugene Franklin, hurdler! nlcn afe capable of belter than 50 and finishing eighth in the stale s P rin £er and miler Sieve Sfrick- feel , land VKRNON WOLFE . tulorcd Dallas Long By JIMMY BROVVDER KepoHrr-Nc«s Sptuis Wrlltr Ten returning Icllermen and There are three junicrs among 'llie returning ' letfermen, high last year before losing jjy meet. A belter than average sprint relay team is in prospect for the Eagles, and there Is a possibility of a good mile relay team. Other strong poinls will be the hurdles, high jump, 440, mile run, pole vault and broad jump. Lasl year's strength was in the hurdles and relay teams. 'We 1 ' could have a real fine men on the squad, -Janies Blackwood could develop into a good ' half miler. Abilene's diief weakness will be " A ' gelr will excel this year. The Bob- 1 cats' Emory Martindale already i$l -, , ,,, t , ^ La} , 'ossing the shot more than CO feel, veuller Gerald Cumby, high alld ' wo °" 1;r Sa » Angelo wciglit-| I ..Midland has' a well-balanced Strickland, who finished fitih in '«" which include lie mite run at the stale meet, and Cumby are- the Eagle track captains. Strickland is'running under 4:40 in Ihe mile and Cumby, along with Leonard, has hit 11-0 in pole vault practice,, In the hurdles, Johnson is run- ng under 0:15, while Franklin and Beck hare cleared 5-10 in the high jump. Springer, in addition to relav team Cooper Leads 3 D Puerto Rican Tourney SAN JUAN', Puerto nico (AP) -Pole Cooper of Lakeland, Kla., took a commanding lead in Puerto Rico's $7,500 Open Golf Tournament Saturday when he shot Ihe Ihird round in thrce-imder-par 69 for a W-hole score of 210. From a one-slroke lead at Ihe halfway- mark, Ihe 44-year-old Floridian widened his margin lo seven strokes. Tied for second at 217 were Jce Conrad of San Anlonio, Kd Oliver of Denver and Macauley Named Vice President Of St. Louis Hawks ST. LOUIS (AP)-Kasy Kd Macauley, coach of the St. Louis Hawks Hie last 00 days, signed an .unprecedented and lucrative Kcrnor 5a d that to his knbwU _ . . ,, ; . .. pflfTp (hie u-ae ihci f in-i *t 3-year contract Saturday at' a re ported $20,000 a year and was · · .7 " cl " ul « fun in me fviJA. made a vice president of Ihe thing was certain-it was Die National Basketball Assn. club. pion high jumper Charles Giescy. In the past five years the Eagles ges of Coach Croseclose have wen four district championships, four regional crowns and one stale championship. ' Of ""= ncn-leller- relay team," commented ,,, 6 ,,,, lllu ,,.,,,,,! relav , cam Coach Bcb Croseclose. Probable and broad jumping, could'develop members of the quartet are John into a (ifi 440 man for the mile .transfer from New relay (his i Military Institute, and let- lermen Stan Cozhy, Carlton Stowers and Andy Springer. Byram, a senior, has Ihe speed and strength to become the tost 440 man Groseclose has ever had at Abilene High/Already in practice he has run under 0:51. EAGLE TRACK SCHEnVI.E . Olympics at Urrto Fqrl worth. as. 2 uood. . SOnlhMtsimi Uttnaim a! Steel at Mess; r 7-S, Slate \l'c( at A'UU'JI. " Sunday. Cooper currently Is in second place in total poinls for the Caribbean circuit. Jle won the Panama Open and finished third in Ihe Venezuela Tournament. The winner of the circuit's trophy, which iwill bo decided after Ihe Jamaica lOpen later this month, will pick rih up SMOO. January Hoi Don January of Denver, winner 1 the Venezuelan Open and run- Terwilliper Inks Kansas Cify Pact KANSAS CITY CAP) - Wayne t. Tenvilliger has signed his 1939 ' contract with the Kansas Cily Athletics. The 33-year.old in?icWer balled .?C9 last season wilh Charleston,! fl W. Va., of the American Assn., ij where he was drafled from dur- ;» ing the winter. A graduate of 1 Western Michigan State' College, 1 s he entered the majors in 1948, playing with the Chicago Cubs, Vet Honk Saner Lauds SF Giants ling for us Ihis season is.that Washington Senators and York .Giants. New lamps'Coach To Speak at ACC Clinic When Dallas Ixmg pul the 12- every shot and discus record in pound shot 69 feet 31fe inches last the books " spring-North Phoenix, Ariz., High This new sensation is Wayne School coach Vernon Wolfe had Coleman, a 6-2, 200 - pound sopho- Uie rare experience of owning two more, who has already put 56 feet national nreo record holders ,m .,,,,1 IKTM iu- -,:,,..' .,» , · , national prep record holders two consecutive years.. and thrown the discus ]CO feel, mQr "Wolfe'will.speak Saturday · al the $th-Annual.Abilene Christian College,Track'Clinic. ACC Coach Oiiyer"Jackson, 'director' of the clinic,'said, "We''are.extending'.i cordial Invitation to all coaches in the" area to attend the clinic." ·: Wolfe's, two. star pupils, Long and Brewer, are attending his alitia. mater, the" University of Southern. California. The -North Phoenix coach consistently cleared 14 feet as a Trojan pole vauller in his college days, r' ; After' graduating from USC Wolfe went to Torrance, Calif., as tli^ high school track coach for four years. .However, it was not until 1955 when he moved to North Phoenix High School that Wolfe gained national fame. ' During his first year ot Phoenix Brewer became the first high school vaulter to clear 14 feet wilh a 14-2. vault as a sophomore. The following year he reached 14-3 Va ?nd as a senior set lha national mark of I51S. . - ' The year Brewer reached the 15 (pot summit, Wolfe's next sensation, shot putter Long, tossed the 12-pour,d ball .out.61-5. Then last spring he plunked it out 63 - 35«. Ke even challenged the IS - pound Ihing," he added. O'Brien, putting the heavier ball Thus, Long became the first high , 1 It seems that \\olfes line of champions would have a gap tat has a boj- coming up who, in K , is coach's words, "should erase of Cincinnati 8-6. pound sop S 'T Rd '" ot 1(B ' a ' il Also in 1958 a junior discus thrower Karl Johnstone ranked "We anticipate and expect a put ,Le ' f. mar C f l - f n n l I V i i i - * . , « . « _ a n i l · *t ^'^ !! r . eak t h E n a t t o n ai discus mark '.Coach i every : '' WEST TEXAS/'' RELAYS TICKET^ ON SALE MONDAY ODESSA -- Reserved tickets to the 15th annual West Texas Belays;' wibch will feature Olympians Bobby Morrow' of ACC and Glenn Davis of Ohio Stale and Duke's great sprinter, Dave Sime, will go on sale at the Odessa Chamber of Commerce Monday. Reserved tickets arc $3 for all three sessions or $1.50 for' each session. Mail orders will be filled immediately. Purchasers are asked to inclose, a' self - addressed, stamped envelope. All seals are reserved at the March 20-21 meet in which 15 colleges and universities and 50 high schools are entered. . According to Track and Field News, North" Phoenix ranked as the No. l track arid field higl school in the nstion in 1958. Tilt rating was based on a 10-8-6-4 2-1 basis in each event. Norlh' Phoenix's all-time school records are reflective of Wolfe's abililies. Best performances bj North Phoenix performers'in. each event are: 100 - yard dash, 10.0; 23) - yard dash, 22.3; 440 - yarc run, 50.0; 800 - yard run, 1:58,7; one-mile run, 4:28.5, high hurdles, 14.5; 160 - yard low hurdles, 19.1; pole' vault, isVs; high jump, 64 5-16; broad jump, 23 - l',i; shot put, 60 - 3!i; and discus, 179-6. Hood Clips Rosewall ADELAIDE, Australia (AP) -Lew defeated Ken Rosewall ..- ,...-- --...~-. 0 -x....- -- ru ».. u L^. IHWH uvitaica J\en ixosewaii shot world record'holder Parry-7 7 - c » c , i , , j A ,i O'Brien uttin th heavier bail ", 7-», H Saturday and won the first prize of $2,2-SO in the South Australian pro tennis tournament * ii«3, uuug u^voiiiu uii^ ma*, ingii . «j" ....ui, |n w ivikma iviu uoiiL^iii. ii\t* new signers arc Aussie* schooler to ever put. the 16 -pound Both are Australians. In a one- Mai Anderson, 23, the 1057 U S fhot past the magic, 60 foct mark. set p i aycf( for ^ ?t , w |Ilird . champ and Ashley Cooper, 22', 1 It seems that \\olfes line of , . · . _, . , «hn «-nn iho n ·; iii; m 'i^,] n l ' ° T defeated Tony Traberl ; nation with ; e threw 195 last sum- says, "He should ner-up at Panama, has 42 points as the leader and Cooper 41. Saiurday Coojwr shot a two- under-par 33 on the first nine. His card Included lluec birdies nnd one bogey, llc was one under or the back nine. first nine al Ihe Bcrwind Country By JACK STEVENSON MESA, Ariz. (AP) - "The big others.' . ° . ..... * "" j "- ·? · »TMi mm-ing over tne Mne-tip, Sauer horts op - second base combma- believes 'the addition of the left- ion. II it comes through, we'll handed' baiting Hobie. Landritli ave -as* good a team as any in should slrehgthcn Ihe catching de- ie big leaKues." ie big leagues.'. San Francisco Giants' oultield- r Hank Sauer, a 22-year veteran 1 I organized ball, was talking aturday aboul this year's club. He likes what he see's, that is ; Andre Rodgers, up for a third y with the Giants, at short and Jaryl Spencer at second do the "I think the shovying of the .·hole team is going fo depend on hat middle," Sauer commented. In it you have an untried shorl- fop' and a fellow playing out of iis usual position." The O-foot-3 Rodgers, a cricket lar at Nassau in his native'' Balamas before enlering baseball, ed Iho Pacific Coast League in lilling last seasort with Phoenix, latting .355 and whacking '31 wme runs. " . . . Spencer, the regular shortstop n past seasons, moves over lo second base in the planning ol M anager Bill. Rigney. "." "I think Jack Sanfovd will help us a lot," SaueYsaid. "We couti use one more starting right-ha'nc cd pitcher. In my opinion, we should have'three good'starting left - handers--Jolinny Antonelli Mike McCor'mick and John Fitz gerald." Filzgerald. a newcomer, joined the Gianls al Ihe end of 1938 after mililary service. Sanford, the rookie ot the year in 1957, was obtained last winter in a trade wilh Philadelphia. "Last year the only big pitcher ve had was An!or.elli," Sauer continued. "We didn't have that strong right - hander. \Ve have good middle pitchers like Stu Mil back him up. "Jackie Brandt will help us in ie outfield. With him in left, Wile Mays in center and eilhcr i'illic Kirkland, Felipe Alou or .eon Wagner in right, the club ould have Uie strongest Ihrowing utfield in baseball. And we'll get 10 runs." \Vhal about Sauer, the big guy who was the National League's most valuable player .in 1952 with he Chicago Cubs and the'come- iack man of the year with the Giants in 1957? He'll Ije 40 on March 17 and observed: "I'll be waiting. If they need any help, they'll have old Henry around. I think the plan is lo have me fill in and .pinch hit.' Kramer Begins U.S. Pro Net Tour at SF SAN FRANCISCO (AP)-4ack Kramer starts his U. S. pro tennis lour here Friday night with up is designed to pay solely on performance. Instead of a percentage lo fcalurcd players .and . . .V.--J ... o ..* ·T'f-iv.i-iiiuc^, iv naiuLuii JilujClji Hill some old faces, some new ones a flat salary for the prelim boys and a new payoff plan. The oldsters are Pancho Gon- night. $1,500 will go in the pot every zaies, 30, starting afler his fifth straight pro championship and Lew Hoad,-24, the Australian who lost 51 matches and wen 36 last season in his first shot at Pan- ho. The new signers arc Aussies The winner of the feature malch collects $600, the loser $300. The winner of the first match draws $400, and loser $200. Winners play winners and losers play losers. who won the U. S. nd Australian titles .,. -,,,,. Ted Schroeder, Kramer's right hand man, explained the new set IN SAN ANTONIO Eight Former Champions Expected for Texas Open ; · SAN ANTONIO fAP)- Eight record equalling 60; Chandlcriarc (he three tournament winners former champions and al least Harper of Portsmouth, Va., who definitely in the field here. Wall St. ____ . _____ __ ,i __ _______ t ·-.._ Genp LHtier. .lark RiirVf nnd if h« rwaV-np :i ...;n K« *i -- r... __ it. three winners on Ihe current (our are expected to be in the field Gene Littler, Jack Burke Tonn Holguin. Branncn said the 6.700- yard - lhat moves into San . . . ,, i · j n* i * j i « v . t w m *uu 1 Monday for the stoned Texas: was lengthened iiy Open, oldest golf tournament on ycar in wd( , r ,J the winter (rail. Pils Ifoart vs. Anderson in the starter, Gonznlw vs Cooper in Uie big malch Schrccder said that in addition to the "more you. win the more " ou c o l l e " ** you colled" setup, Kramer ,,., have a bonus pot. Al the end 01 the tour, the player wilh Ihe mos victories will lake 40 per cent the No. 2 man 30 per cent, No. : 20 per cent and No. 4,10 per cent er, Al Worthingtbn and lha uiai mite at me ncnviiiu ^ouniry -..*..,,,.v. v , «u^.. ».j ,« t , t y m Club. His 32 included one eagle suranc e. work," Easy Kd said, «..-, J ~ ur i:_ r»_.i _ _ ii. _ f · 'Rill. thl£ Pf*n/»rfHlc p / m l M ^ f h o r Moving over the line-tip, Sauer arlmcnl, "Of course, we have Orlando cpeda at first, and rookie of the ear last season 'and a great one lhird ' ' lhillk J"4 Dawni 1 ' cotlld be 1he i«st in the and a birdie. But on the final The tenders P«e_Coojn Conrad "'. Jose Rodriguez Hob Wai son Kn*!e Vossler Tcni Slrafaci Boh Toski Herman Karrcn nill Erfurlh Don January Hob namrich Ed Furgol Jee Moore G. Bernardinl Jim Kinder Johnny Poll Rill ra-ji- .76.72- TUB ABILENE REPORTER-NEWS Abllem, Texas, Sunday Morning, February 15.195J league matters and when a decision is needed he will have full authority to make it." edge this was the fiist time any coach has been made a vice presi- . dent of a club in the NBA. One ^ u .- -,, ~-,* v ..,, -- (1 i i U 3 HIV I J I ^ ^ j , jlime that Kerner had ever offered uiiimiJi uu3iwi L 'fi|| jvaaii, i,nil), i ··" iv n i u i ivv.i iiui UcUI (JViT QllCTCQ Macauley, a nine-year veteran! 0 " 0 of his coaches anything longer cf NRA play, became coach ofi t h a n a one -N'"r pact, the Hawks just three months ago Kerner termed Macauley "the when owner Ben Kerner--a man '°I' individual we need in Ihe ex- who has changed coaches fre- ecntive end of this business." quenlly-fired Andy Phillip, in his Kerner noted that Ihe Hawks first .year at the" helm 'c( the Hawks. Lost year Kerner dropped Alex flannum even though Hanniim brought a world championship to St. Louis. Hannuni wanted something longer lhan a one-year contract. The 6-9 Macauley said he needed lime because he wasn't certain his future was in basketball. He indicated he preferred a two or three-year pact instead of the five-year Icrhi. "I formerly felt that if coaching was (he end of the line, there attendance will pass the 300,000 nark this year in 38 home games. |Ie said such an attendance voiild be one-quarter more than ast year's crowds" and doub!« vhat the Hawks drew In their irst season in St. Louis (our yean ago. January was even holler on the l wi '"aps would be a greater fu ture elsewhere, such 25 in my in- 'But this generous contract has ami a Diruie. DUE on tnc inial *i^"v.«u» luuuun nas nine he fell back, when lie hit a " V!SC(i m ' 'h'nliing.'al least for ditch a couple of limes and had to Present, take (wo penalty shols. 73.72.71-221 ....7375-73-221 .71-75-73--ja '.'.'.'.TS-Jn^lS ....76-7S-73-2J7 l-'erguson ...'! -- alt KainlMtr M. Pernanlez' ~ ,vo«l Iniiilroni .............oviy-m--yj -- Smooth .82-77-76-233 al Gnllelta ---,,-. _.. CM er.e Horet --Denotes amateur. Ob Blluolth '....'.'.'..".' 74-BO-B2-- 236 at Ciel 7S81-79-238 In Women's Open Golf 'ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) --Louise Suggs of Sea Island, Ga., vhipped par Satuniay for Ihe^ hird straight time to boost her' end to five strokes in the $7,500 si. Petersburg Women's Open !oif Tournament. .The bnmctfe perfectionist fired T 2-under-par oi'er the Sunset Golf and Country Club course. Jt matched her first round 'card and, vas one shot better' than the 70 he turned in Friday. .The iinal; ound will be played Sunday. . j Jackie Pung of Daly City, Calif.,. ·lung to second place through M lolcs with a 213. Two slrokcs back h Ihird was Mickey Wright,- pow: :r hitter playing out cf Bonila. Calif. Then came Joyce Ziske of Valerian), \\'is., at 217. Misses Pung, Wrighl and Ziskc : all shol one-over-par 72s. The lead piled up by Miss iuggs assured her of a large, chunk of prize money. It would ake a complete disaster to Early Odds Favor Yankees, Braves i LAS VEGAS, Nov. (AP)-Tlie Las Vegas gambling fraternity made the Milwaukee Braves am New York Yankees favorites to win the National and American Lague pennants, respectively, in the books' opening baseball odds Friday. ' Here are Ihe opening odds: National League -- Milwaukee 4-5, San Francisco 5-2,' Los An- gclcs 3-1, St. Louis 5-1. Cincinnati 10-1, Pittsburgh 20-1, I'hila-l dolntiia 50-1, Chicago 100-1. ', American League--New York. 1-2, Cleveland 4-1, Detroit C-l, Chicago 8-J, Boston 15-1, Balli-! more 20-1, Washington and Kanas City, 100-1. Kerner recenll y offered Macauley a five - year contract that would have brought him $100,000 -- wilh bonuses--over that span. Macauley said he would have lo .·n-ii-iuif 1 ' 1 *' '' over and Saturday he MMiIjiii avc -K frncr I'fc answer. Macauley, popular here since - - - - - his All-America college days at St. i-72_23i Louis University and professional play with, the old St. Louis Bomb- ·s said: ' "At least lor the present all my other business interests will suffer and be secondary for the three years of this contract." Macauley las an insurance business in St .ouis, plus other ventures. " Since Macauley look over, the lawks he coached them to a 3J ind 12 record--and an impressive 7 and 1'mark before the home ans. Kerner, expansive as always, old a press conference that Macauley's vice president job would not be a wooden title. "He'll be able to assist me,' "·"""·!77.7S-7i-231 11-2.11 'SO-77.71--J3J Kerner said, "in the handling o Rice Mute Announces Plans For Net Tourney HOUSTON (API-Rice Institute announced Saturday it will hold an invitation collegiate tennii ournament March 19-22 at Goldcrest Country Club. The tournament is designed to bring together most of the lop college netrnen of Texas to compete for individual titles in singles 1 doubles. _1wrc will be a challenge trophy tor the team scoring the most · points, based on matches won in 1 singles and doubles. This will be · the Frank Guernsey-Wilbur Hess award, named for Houston business executives who won national college singles titles while playing for Rice in. the 1930s. "We hope to build this tournament into one of the top college. sports attractions In the nation, 1 ' said Sammy Giammalva, R i c e , cnnis coach. Giammalva said he expects 40 ' :o 00 enlries for the first lourha- ment, mth representatives from; Southwest Conference schools, the- University ot Houston, Lamar Tech and several other colleges. Entries must be in by March 16.- FOR THOSK WHO KNOW AND WANT THE BEST Use ACME Quality Paints , We will mix any SPECIAL Colon (o match your furniture er wood- Hot t. ' Mirrors, Art Supplies AWNfNGS--\VALLPAPER--WINDOW SHADES 1782 NORTH 3rd Sf. DIAL OR 4-8553 U16. (HIM; ii tviuipHJiU UlSclMLT IU Kl!lj,) The opener al the Cow Palace h ," frorm I i( * il 'fi' u P "« winner's s l l e 1200 ' r .?[ $1 ' 200 ' , nultllc Jcsscn tf Battle, Wash., winner of the recent Tampa \Vom' Bcrfi ' a tic Jesscn shot a III., 2I!. third rcur.d 73 and Miss Berg look a 71. S9.WC9-20J or New York," Schrceder said. 'S^ ec F'-' r "We'll have, a competitive silu-'.S 1 '"" \ alion from the first match Vri-lronnie- and if he makes it, will be the fourth --he took first place at the Bing Antonio n Dli ,"" i: '-!i b °' n l " e "·""· yill1 Crosby - Tournament officials also T.«°! Brac !f cnr !i 1ge . p . ark Coursc _ "»* are hopeful that- Ken Venturi, winner at Los Angeles, will enter. day, to Ihe last, Calif., May 31." in La Jolla,'jo.\ n n [cna R.-ri fteli , . Bfltj Jam«on iMarlljii Smilh li .......... 7J-71-73-- 2i"i ........... 7I-74-71-22B .. . ........ 77.75.75-5J7 ' ' , Art Wall of Pocono Jfanor, Pa., who tops the money winners by a wide margin, said at Tucson Saturday nighl he would not play here. He plans to skip the next two tournaments. ' : Leroy Bfannen, the tournament director, had hoped Wall would make it. ' But for sure thert'll be Bill Johnston of Provo, Utah, the 1953 champion; Mike Soiichafc of Gros- singers, N.V., who set the fantastic record of 257 for 72 holes in set the record Souchak broke, the preceding year; E. J. Harrison, twice champion; Jay and also thot * world's Hebort, tew scores that had made il a joke was in its best shape yet. Some of the tournament lesser lights have been playing the course for several days and found that par 35-35-71 still can be had without too much trouble. Tex Consolver of Wichita, Kan's., has been under par every round he's played. Prize money has been upped by $5,000 and will be $20,000 when the tournament hotshots · move out Thursday in the opening round of the ,72-ho!c affair. Lilller, champion at Phoenix; Marty Furgol,'victor at San Diego, and Arnold Palmer who trl umphcd at Palm Springs, Calif., automatic qualifiers. , . There will be pro-amateurs all over town but Ihe one Ihe tour hotshols will play in is scheduled Tuesday when $2,500 is put up for the pros at Oak Hills Country Club. A pro-amateur wilh $900 in prize money is set for Monday at Fcrt Sam Houston Course, along with one for $500 at Willow Springs. Riverside Park Course will hold an invitational pro amateur Wednesday. The field for the open will be about 160 with .60 or 70 ot the places to be dctcrminld in qualifying at Brackenridge Tuesday. Some 160 players will try for those spots. There are about 80 SOUTHWEST BODY MOTOR Corner No. Jit t, Orange Si. 1390 N. 1st CAU OR M2M ANY MAKt ANr MOOEl COMPLETE CAR SERVICE EXPERT WORK DONE AT REASONABLE PRICES! FREE ESTIMATES 24 Hour Wrecking Service Why Worry: Rely On Us! BRAKE SAFETY STARTS HERE! The LLOYD TANNER STAFF of the Odessa District Agency Prudential is proud to solute the soles accomplishments of its leading staff in the Odessa District Agency .during 1958. During the year they have led all other staffs in the Agency in providing a greater measure of personal and family security for the people of this area. For greater peace of mind today, 'and greater security tomorrow. See Your Prudential Agent. ABILENE AGENCY OFFICE Lloyd Tanner, Staff Monager 260 Leggetl Drive OR 3-7804 Abilene, Texas THE PRUDENTIAL INSURANCE COMPANY OF AMERICA S O U T H W £ S T E » N H O W E O f f l C B · HOUStON, IKM Jim A. Clint S. Colemii AtCBt v

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