The Weirton Daily Times from Weirton, West Virginia on June 3, 1972 · Page 12
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Weirton, West Virginia
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Saturday, June 3, 1972
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12-- Weirton Daily Times, Saturday/ June 3,1972 In 17th Inning 2HomersForBench AsRedsNudgePhils By VITO STELUNO UP1 Sports Wriler Johnny Bench, who was hitting 214 just 15 games ago, and Don jullet, who had pitched only 17 n n i n g s t h i s year since ecovering from a bout with icpatltls, played the key roles Mday night as the Cincinnati Icds -outlasted the Philadelphia 'hils 6-3 in 17 innings. Bench hit two homers including three-run blast in the Reds' our-run 17th inning and Gullett Jlowcd four hits and one run in ve superb innings of relief to ace the Reds. "Gulletl was throwing so hard e bruised my hand," Bench aid. "He was faster than he's een at any time this year." lUllett, who was 16-6 last season 'hen he started despite the ollapsc of the team, now is 2-2 jid could give the club a big lift. Gullett led off the 17th inning ·ith a single anil scored after Joe Morgan and Bobby Tolan singled o snap a 2-2 tie. Bench, who lomered for the Reds' first run, hen hit his three-run homer. The ame was tied 1-1 in extra innings nd each team scored once in the 6th before the four-run 17th nning outburst made the Phils' inal run in the last of the 17th neaningless. In the other games, Atlanta owned New York, 6-1, Houston outed Montreal, 7-1, Us Angeles r u b b e d St. I.ouis, 8-3, San Yancisco topped Pittsburgh, 7-4, nd Chicago nipped San Diego, 2, in 10 innings. In the American League, Jaltimore topped Oakland, 5-1, California pinched Cleveland, 4-3, Chicago downed New York, 6-1, Kansas City drubbed Boston, 9-1, Minnesota nipped Detroit, 5-4, In 11 innings and Milwaukee topped Texas, 7-5. The New York-Atlanta game had the makings of an historic contest as Willie Mays of the Mets and Hank Aaron of the Braves-- tied at 648 homers-- ( each played first base for the Ihcir respective teams. But, alas, each player went hitless. Phil NIekro won the game for Atlanta with a three-hitter backed by Rico Carty's three-run homer. liookic John Milncr had all three of the hits off Niekro including a homer. I,ce May drove in two runs with a double and a homer while Bob Watson and Cesar Cedeno added two-run homers as Houston drubbed Montreal. The victory broke a six-game Montreal losing streak. Larry Dierker pitched an eight-hitter for the winners. Bill Buckncr collected four straight singles and scored three runs as Los Angeles downed St. Louis. I/os Angeles picked up 14 hits of f five St. Ixiuis pitchers and handed Tommy John, who went 7 1-3 innings, his fourth victory. Juan M i i r i c h a l snapped a personal eight-game losing streak by pitching San Francisco past Pittsburgh. Marichal, who had not won since the season opener against Houston, pitched a seven-hitter. Homers by Ed Goodson, Dave Kingman and Bobby Bonds backed Marichal. An error by catcher Bob Barton enabled Chicago to edge San Diego in 10 innings. Barton dropped a tlirow to the plate when Jose Cardenal came in from second on Ken Rudolph's single, Jerry Morales, the leftfielder, seemed to have Cardenal beat with his throw to the plate when Barton dropped the ball. Kemper Golf Tourney Led By Gilbert CHARLOTTE, N.C. (UPI)- Glbby Gilbert says he hasn't led a golf tournament in the second round for the last three years, but he finds himself In that hotseal today at the $175,000 Kemper Open. Gilbert's consistent no-bogey ggrne snatched the lead away from a trio of hot golfers at the Quail Hollow Country Club course Friday when he sank a birdie on his last hole for a five- under-par 67 and a 36-hole total of 135--nine under par. "I'll take the lead any time I can get it," said the sofl-spoker 31-year-old from Hollywood, Fla, Gilbert's scorching round wasn't the best of the day--thai honor went to Rod Funseth-- but It was good enough to steal the thunder from unknown 29-year- old Cesar Sanudo, who again surprised the field by posting a one-under-par 71 for a 36-hole total of 136. Sa.nudo tied for second place with veteran Billy Casper and stormy Dave Hill, who led early in the day with their eight-under totals. Hill, winner of this year's Monsanto Open, carded a hot 66 1 1 six under par, after sinking seven American League Orioles Win; Tribe Bows By BILL MADDEN UPI Sports Writer Vida Blue is again proving his worth as a drawing card-- even in defeat. The Oakland A's holdout south- jaw made his second start of the season Friday night and drew 32,278 paying customers into Baltimore's Memorial Stadium-the Birds' second best home figure this season. Too bad the Orioles had to go and spoil things with a 5-1 victory behind a more effective Jim Palmer. Paul Blair drove across three runs with a homer and a double and rookie Bobby Grich added a pair of run-scoring singles as the Orioles battered Blue for four runs in five innings. Palmer, meanwhile, went the distance scattering nine hits and striking out six, for his sixth victory of the ?hen he was one pitch away from ailing what would have been Mickey Lolich's ninth win. Paul Ratliff belted a three-run lome run in the first inning and lie Brewers raced to a 7-0 lead before Texas rallied in a game twice delayed by rain for a total of two hours and 47 minutes. Jim Lonborg checked the Rangers on two hits through five innings to raise his record to 3-2. Kodak Is Happy Biddle Looks Good In Hardhat Drills "When they pick All-Americans, they 'mean' All- American." That was the voice of Weirton n a t i v e , George Rodak, head coach of the newly organized Youngstown Hardhats. He was In other American games Friday, Chicago whipped New York, 6-1, California edged Cleveland, 4-3, Kansas City trounced Boston, 9-1, Detroit nipped Minnesota, 5-4 in eleven innings and Milwaukee outlasted Texas, 7-D. In National League action, Atlanta topped New York, 6-1, Houston toppled Montreal, 7-1, Cincinnati defeated Philadelphia, 6-3, in 17 innings, Chicago tripped San Diego, 2-1, in 10 innings, Los Angeles trounced St. Louis, 8-3, and San Francisco slapped Pittsburgh, 7-4. commenting on the performance League] of former Parkersburg High and Duke University grid star Dick 3lddle following the'team's open ryout sessions recently concluded. Biddle, a 6-0, 225-pound linebacker comes to the Hardhats with an impressive list of scholastic and collegiate honors well deserved. Extremely im- ressive in the early drills, Dick s being counted upon heavily to 'quarterback" the Youngstown defense at middle line-backer. Dick starred as a prepster at Parkersburg High where he was chosen to all-league and all-state I'm not disappointed," Blue teams. He was a member of the Two bowling banquets were held recently with the Nile Fliers Bowling League holdings its program and the Inter-Church League and Ladies Tag-A-Long holding a Joint dinner. In the Nile Fliers League, championship trophies were awarded to Ihe Hi-Lo Team comprised of Olga Kowallk, Jewell Huff, Ann Perhacs, Agnes Koltak and Maxine Knupp. Runner-up trophies to the Pin- Lips were presented. Members of that team are Kaylenc Manley, Charlotte Parich, Frances Poso- vich, Shirley Ransom and Connie Uowlen. Jewell Huff was recognized for rolling Uie high single game while Maxine Knupp picked up the high scries trophy. Shirley Gaydos was honored as the Most Improved Bowler. Officers for next year arc Maxine Knupp, president, Gloria Pete, vice-president; Agnes Kollak, secretary; Marlene D'Andrea, treasurer; and Penny Locke, sergcant-at-arms. The Weirton Inter-Church League and the recently-organized Ladies Tag-A-Long League held their annual banquet at Point -'Pleasant Methodist Church. The Spoilers of Colliers Methodist Church were league champs in the Tag-A-Ixng League. The Swingers were runners-up. Margaret Wycoff had the high single game of 198 while Norma Martin had the high series, 526. Sara Robinson and Helen Reitter shared the Most Improved Bowler award while Barbara Tingler had the high handicap trophy. Cove United Presbyterian Church was champion of the [nter-Church League. First United Methodist was the runner- up team. Father Steffaro had the high single game of 246 while Fred Kiger had the high series of 624. Roger Wright was the Most Improved Bowler. Ezra Dean was awarded a triplicate patch while Paul Schultz and Albert Castner were given silver dollars for rolling every game. Joe Meadows was given a going- away trophy. Casper roared into the leac early Friday and at one time was as much as 11 strokes under par, but a trio of back-to-back bogeys on the front nine sank htm to eight-under and the three-way tie. Trevino turned in his secom Lhree-under-par round oE 69 for a second-round total of 138, tyinj him with Labron Harris o Stilrwatcr, Okla., and Kermi Zarley of Houston, Texas, in third place, , Wynn Joins Veterans At Fourth · Bob Wynn or Dayton, Ohio fired a sizzling 69 Friday to hop into a 3e for fourth place with a 139 total, joining veterans Gary Player and Doug Sanders. And Sanders, man-about-town of the PGA tour, complained about the night life in North Carolina's largest city. "At night around here. everything seems to get foggy," said Sanders, who fired a 68 Friday. Former Kemper winners Dale Douglass and Dick Lote carded fat scores Friday and failed to make the 145-total cut and were dropped from the field. ''^^jfS HORSE W RACES TONIGHT'S t N T R I E S p I K S T H A C E CLMG 1200 3 U P 4 F U R S - D.irk F J r rrclotn. Yuillc. fl I Fir*: Sonci. S^IHIS, 5 1 Bom SiiriMly, f-inkljeinrr . 6 1 PnwL- The* F ,-ir.l. P O.Tlcio. f, ? Pctjr t V ' s L .1 r k , S 0 1 1 i~i T :j . '1 1 ", J. t. Thompson, 15 1 Slnrniy Charlie, NB. 10 1 SECOND RACE CLMG IJOO "38, U P J ' j F U R S f Tlcclb Grcclint], Yuillc. 6 1 Nobln Legend. NaK.ima. i ? Hirih Duller, Nakamn, 10 1 Cnn He Make II, [Jarron. 20 1 'Reno Hunt, Mnr ley 20 1 . Boondfxirilc. Tullcr.B \ Sicomoro. Slillell, -I 1 -Zolt 1 itiMimi. Yuillc. 5 1 Rail Alloy, Nnkamn, 8 1 THIRD RACE CLMG 1JOO 3 8 UP ADT 1 MILE McrvChinpus, Derby. ?0 1 Tiocr A/lrke, Silv,l, 8 1 'Snlly'r, noy, Colcman. 15 1 AllenlurV,. Satuls. 5 1 Evcnin«i Cadp1. ND, A 1 Gnnif noy 0., U.irtcm. 8 1 Ancient Ero.Shillcll, 12 1 Trtbbv' 1 ^ Pride, Wilson. 30 1 Dcllr D'Rulliih, N.Tkama.-l 1 Himlimi Ouill, Hnkbciner, 3.1 FOURTH RACE CLMG 1JOO 3 f t U P S ' , F U R S Kcplmehome, Briqfis. a I Skysun, Applelioi-. 10 1 Tip Ace Pen, Sollnrs, 3 1 Royol Enlrr f.iinor, Groiiiin, 10-1 Siollri Ramljler, B.TMOM, 6 I Sneaky Pele, NR, B 1 Hull Speed, Simoncl 1 i, 1 ? I Roioy. Cnlvello, 10 1 DRI Deb, Siuiris, I'M FIFTH R A C E C L M G 1300 3 U P 6 F U R S Fashion Kint|, PO,1U|0,3 1 AHinrirV Beau, Anplclioe, 8 1 Misr, F ; rinklin Road. NO. .1-1 Shepnrd's Hope, Soll ( irs.3 I Dcrlha n. Good, Howell, 5 1 Waterlord Vic ki's Riimc, Applcbce, B 1 no Bfiby, Grotjon, A 1 EIGHTH R A C E CLMG 1-JOO 3 UP i 1 J FURS ItoH's Ji-l, Cunningham, 5 1 Sniiill Man. Ounn, 3 1 Pliils Satm. Dunn, S ? HeirmlcT, B.irfon, -i 1 Hiinni twli'lfo, Nil, 6 1 Golden Realm. Dunn, 5 2 T r a f f i c Circle, Wilson. 12-1 Greek Ire, ShMlcir, O, 8 - 1 NINTH RACE CLMG 1300 Champ Mo. Yuillc, -I 1 Ca plain Sloe urn Grog fin, 2 - 1 Pompous Champ, Bnrfon,(S-1 Mr Mel, N cik riii ill* 5 1 OM Saxony. NEJ. 12 I Go Public, n.irlon. 5 1 Fields, Of Clover, C. Thompson, 6-1 TENTH RACE CLMG 1300 3 UP ABT 1 MILE Miss l.intlen, Coloman, 10-1 Her E!tH|.ince. Groqan, 5 - 1 T o n y ' s Gossip. Sniilli, 8 1 Uricicrsnion, AAdslcrs. 6 I Cosmic Fuel, Wilson, ·! 1 Hcadinti Norfh, Mnrloy. 3 I Liiurn uiiirirm. Sands. 20 1 Tonk Tirior. NB, A 1 Mary Boiison, Sollars. 5 ? Hel's Pilot, Sflfivacir t i, 6 1 Royal Wanar, P DiU|0, B I Du Look, Brii]S. 20 I S A T U R D A Y ' S RESULTS FIRST R A C E 6 Nine D. Graiitl A. 20 j.20 3.60 3 Tildor 8.00 4. -10 . Irafjincro 400 Hirih Clip, Dsnto's Action, Virgin SiincJs, Manor Viking, Tulfy D.. Ted The Great, Wood Rogue A [so Ran. SECOND R A C E 6SunAAin IS, 60 6.60 -1,80 / BdJjy'r. Ace 6.20 J.80 ? FPyino Phomix 10.60 F : ifly Mi, Taracjon. Jclfcrson Je , Tornado Nellie, Queen OI Eaalcs. Streak, Shamrock Siuy. W i f e Reigri, Yes Miss ESeMy Also Ran, P c f f c c t a Nos. $-4 Paid 51 . BO. FOURTH RACE 6Posi Traclion 8.JO 3.60 3.00 3 F : our1h Dancer 3.40 3,00 1 PnMnauti -1.60 M.isior C. C., GaManl Sea, Samalea, Mr. A.G. S. Also Ran. FIFTH R A C E 3AAidwcstern 13.20 5.80 J.OO 7 Mentor d,20 3.80 4 Hasty Terry A.6t Palria Mia, Marline Spike. Cfrc c Eye, On Margin, Apple Mash, Plack Phantom Also Ran, SIXTH R A C E 7 The Tree Girl 12.00 5.00 3.40 3 Tamfco 3.-IO 3.20 2 Shelby Star 4.60 Lead The Pack, Sailor's Resl, Come On Tip, Sooner W., Our Mameluke Also Ran. Big P e r f e c t s N o s . 3 - 7 : 7 - 3 Pa id 1790. 20. 35 Tickets SEVENTH R A C E 5 Frisky Tied 8.20 4.60 J-20 7 Donner Pass 6.40 3.6C 8 Darrtth Flirjnf 4.70 Prove II Man, Prfnce Tenor, Wndy Wodiva, Hof John, Bounding Gold Also Ran, EIGHTH RACE 5 V a l l e v C l u h 13.60 5.60 3.60 3Mocfel Goy 7.00 3.80 4 Camalcon 2ND 3,20 Grant, Mighty Jr., Healher strean, 3 .in's H. Pine Royal Also Ran. Perrecto Nos. 5-3 Paid 69.00. NINTH RACE ? Boston Beggar 41.80 )6,2t 5,00 7 Vague Hunch 7.20 3.flO 3 Tiger Richard 3. JO Resiak, ClarX Fork, Miss LyncH, Star Crown, Mitjhly Beau Also Ran. T E N T H R A C E , 1 Judge John j. 6 8 0 -1.30 3.20 2 Bushy Kinn j xi 3 jn (0-2) said of his performance "My fastball was good but my control was off. It's Just a lack of work. It's not as if I'm still in spring training either. 1 just threw the right pitches at the wrong tune." Another noteworthy southpaw, Chicago's ironman Wilbur Wood, school's state wrestling cham- lionship team in 1965. Duke University's top tackier In 1967, '68 and '70, he won the .cam's "Defensive Hatchet" -symbolic of most valuable status - all three years. Biddle was named to the All-Atlantic Coast Conference teams in his junior was doing his thing again in the and senior campaigns. As a White Sox' win over the Yankees. Wood went the distance and was aided by three double plays in picking up his eighth win of the season. Rick Reichardt and Bill Melton homered for Chicago. Ken McMullen highlighted the Angels win over Cleveland with his first home run of the season -a three run blast in the fourth inning. Clyde Wright (4-2) picked up the win after hurling seven shutout innings before leaving with a stiff shoulder. Dick Drago went Ihe distance for Kansas City, yielding just five .Oundu, Cunningham, !?·! WcallicrAAiss, Grown,6 1 Amber Counl, Bar (on, 12-1 Apple Hill, Grocinn, 12 1 Fiirc Wimi'Cavc, 5 ? S I X T H R A C E CLMG 1300 3 UP6 FURS Roman Navy, Sands, 5 - 1 Corner Murker, Sandr., 10 1 nernadinc 0,, Dunn, 4-1 srnrn Alonn* Masters, 5 1 Nof A Cloud, Wilson, I? 1 'Buffoon'* Ooy, Ounn, 5 1, Cronon, s 9 Jubilios Soncjf Stiavcdrrt, 8-1. Sour Hour, Darlon,6 I SEVENTH RACE ALLOW1500 3 U P 1 F U R S Over The Hill Will, Derby, 70 I Keek CM Eagles, SHif loll, 15 \ Cht'wIcnLad, FlnKDoincr,6 I Juhowlic, Wilson,90 I rou'ili PHol, Sllvfl, 12 1 Porl Stop, Calvcllo, 10 I Admirals Pntch, Sollars-, 3 1 f-tiirlfclds LAS), Maslcrs, 5 2 Quick Emperor,Gro(Mtif«-l Musmrti Flcci,C,iii A Malt Also Ran, Daily Double Nos, 6-6 Paid 89,60. T H I R D R A C E S F i n a l S t r i d e 12.80 5.00 4.00 1 Jillrry/vlaltic 3.2Q 3.00 R c d O o l f i e -1.40 Persian Array, Bush Dame, Amber that triggered a five-run Roya fifth inning, A one-ou t do ublc by Gate Mickey Stanley from first as thi four-run lead. Fred Scherman (2 0) got the win after serving up a game-tying single in the nintl sophomore, he set a team record with 29 tackles against NorUi Carolina State. The height of Dick's collegiate career came when he. was lonorcd as national lineman of :he week by the Associated Press 'or his performance against Ohio State and named to the AP third All-American team in his senior 'ear. He participated in the Blue- iray and Hula-Bowl classics that same season. When Uie Hardhats open their wo-week pre-season camp at Struthers, Ohio June 12, Dick hits in picking up win No. three Biddle will be among 65 athletes for the season. Drago aided his own cause with a two-run single making their bid for a position with the first year team. WOMEN COMPETE INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (UPl) -Brown in the 11th inning scored Thirty-six top American women athletes will compete Sunday in Tigers rebounded after blowing a Montreal in a pre-Olympic dual meet between the national women's track and field teams of the United States and Canada. The Hardhats are a member of :he Midwest Professional Foot- xill League. LL Feud Over Hair Continues GRAFTON, W. Va. (UPI)The Senior Little League long hair controversy here has spli the baseball program for boys 13 through 15, and cut this northern West Virginia town into two camps. Two managers were choppec from the league and the Red Sox to a man, marched onto the fielc Friday evening and stacked their uniforms on the pitcher's mound refusing to play their schedulec game against Uie Giants. Ironically, it was the Giants who protested the game last weel when league president Homei Knotts strode from the stand; and pointed to Red Sox third baseman Daniel Hunt's hair saying it was longer than league rules permit. Rather than order his player to trim their locks, Richard Jone turned in his managerial reins Chuck Clifton, who manage the Tigers, has hair about a half inch over his ears, and the hair restriction applies to manager: as well, so he had to get out of thi league. That left the league with threi teams, and the ousted manager; and parents upset about tin league's operation said they would form their own league for boys. "We will go on and play baseball, but not under the rules of this league," said Donald Boyles, assistant manager of the Red Sox who directed the teen-agers' uniform-shedding before the eyes of the league' president. DETROIT CUPI) -- Mrs. James Norris, 79, mother of Bruce A. Norris, president and owner of the Detroit Red Wings of the National Hockey league, died Thursday in West Palm Beach, P'la. INDIANAPOLIS - "On race day the meter clicks 100. The next ay it's back to zero again. Tomorrow you forget today. It's an Id saying in racing," so says dark Donohue. Rubbish!!! Mark Donohue will remember Saturday, May 27, 1972, for toe est of his life. Last Saturday he ained membership into the xclusive club of Indianapolis 00-mile race winners. Nobody, I ay nobody, forgets the day he oes that. Millions observed the Indianapolis 500 on television and millions more have read about it. Any reader of these sports pages already knows of the results of hat race. And after reading about and seeing all of the unusual" events that made up his year's race, it's safe to issume that there will be some changes made. Notnecessarlly at ndlanapolls. Things Just don't change at Indy. But to the championship Indy-type car series In jeneral. Durability was the key to Donome's Indy victory. He cut his wrsepower in order to survive. aiok for others to do the same in he upcoming races. "I CHOSE to run the small tur- xicharger on my car," said Vlark. "It really hurt me when I ried to pass on the straights. The raffic was a problem because we owered the boost pressure and with the smaller turbocharger we lost 200 hp in the engine. It was my decision to go that way, nobody else's. It was a gamble to sacrifice the horsepower and speed for durability, but it paid oft. You've got to finish to win." A new system utilizing a series of eight yellow lights was used al Indianapolis for the first time to slow the cars down when the yel low caution flag was displayed There was a great'deal of doubl expressed before the race by drivers, mechanics, and anybody else who wanted to get into the act that the new system woule work. It did. We're sure to see the system installed elsewhere. Before the race I was in favor of a pace car," said Donohue "But the lights are much better, take my hat off to whoever cami up with this system. The new sys tern is a definite must for the 500 mile races at Pocono (Pa.) and Ontario (Calif.). The race track was cleaned up quicker, the yellow flag was out for a shorter time, and it was just better all the way around." The start of this year's race as almost a finish at Uie same me. The green flag was dis- STEERING COLUMN By Bill Brodrick that guy grab for the green flag," commented Mark. "I started grabbing for a gear and turned Ihe engine over 9500 revolutions to keep in the pack. We had been given the signal that there would be one more lap. Bobby (Unser), Peter (Revson), and 1 had our hands up in the air to signal the drivers behind us. Suddenly we were racing. "I'M AMAZED that they would do such a thing. It could have been a very, very dangerous ituation. We're lucky we didn't avc a bad, bad accident." Many people have said that the uge wings on the Indy-type acers will be disallowed in the uture because of the high speeds urned by the cars. Now that's luestionable. It seems to me that tills was he safest race we've ever had lere," continued Mark. "It shows hat the wings make the car very table. The wings also save the rakes and make stopping easier, [here's so much drag that all I iad to do was lift from the gas wdal and the car almost stopped (self. I slowed down at the end only to save fuel." Only seven press members of he Union 76 Racing Panel of Ex- perls forecasted that Donohue would win (lie Indianapolis 500. le wasn't rated a favorite. But Donohue is a businessman in the Business of automobile racing. Ele doesn't like to see his business ;o bail. So where docsjie go from here? "1 WOULD like very much to win at Milwaukee (Jus Sunday," Mark said mattcr-of-factly. "It's Uie next race on the schedule. We started work for that one the day after the 500. It's the business - The meter had already clicked back to zero. we Want TO Help You 1 Andron Whirlalhon, Seventh Nighl, Chubb, Desert Eagle Also Ran. Perlecta Nos. 7-7 Paid 34.30. . Litllo j A T T E N D A N C E 3,30! | 240,005 THAT'S PART OF OUR BUSINESS . . . helping folks save and pay for a now home. Start saving your down payment here. Later, we'll help finance your home. Get more out of life . . . SAVE! 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In the uture, the starting procedure be a closely adhered to for- lat. "We were coming out of the umber four turn and I noticed SAN FHANCISCO (UPI)--Ed" Goodson, the leading hitter in the Pacific Coast League, was called up Friday by the the San Francisco Giants. SHOP'N SAVE DO-IT-YOURSELF ITEMS.. WATER HEATER *69" (Glass Lined) COPPER TUBING Attention: Paris Residents Factory Discount Price on %x!60 Ib, PRESSURE PLASTIC PIPE «0 Ft. Coil Cash-Acme %" ,=.,, All Bronze Pressure Regulator $ 16 99 B-GRADE REVERSE TRAP CLOSET $2499 WHITE COMODE O r CLOSET SEAT MARSH HARDWARE 1400 Pennsylvania Ave., Weirton PHONE 748-2750

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