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'_*rONt>AY, "AUGUST '4, 1982 Upstart Philadelphia Teams Turn Eyes on Pennant Races ~~ Phils and A'$ Get New Life, May Figure in Chases Yet Brooklyn New York St. Louis Philadelphia Chicago i Boston i Cincinnati Pittsburgh 60 36 54 31 42 42 30 .688 .019 .569 .535 .505 .420 .408 .283 •7 RALPH nonr.fi Frtrn 8»«rt* Writer , Philadelphia's vastly improved Phillies and Athletics ^°,f las . h . in . the . 19 .? 2 . World Series but the men sav NATIONAL ^.EAOUE OB , norn figure to clash in the.1952 World Series but "the' 66 so .688 °r Steve ONeill »nd Jimmy Dykes will have a lot to ftin ci/ : atinii* i»Un .J -•- _ *"v *.*J 6 v« ! about who does. Ne» York Cleveland Boston Washington Philadelphia | Chicago :.St. Louis Detroit AMERICAN I.KAGUE W I. PH. 61 58 55 54 50 53 43 36 .587 .558 .550 .535 .510 .510 .we .350 n H'4 17 Vi 26 27'/i 41 SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION w i. r New Orleans Chattanooga Mobile Memphis Nashville Birmingham Ultle Rock in 61 61 58 57 52 52 50 50 62 52 56 58 61 62 63 Both Philadelphii nlnw, below*the .500 mark a little „„„ tnan month ago, have been playing at a pennant clip of late and the majority of their remaining games are against the upper crust teamn In the flag chases. P h I 1 a d t 1 - phia's rise In the baseball sun coincides with the appointment o f O'Neill as boss of the Phils on June 28th. Since then the Phils have won 28 anrt lost. 12 for » .B8* pace and the A's have captured 34 and YESTERDAY'S RESULTS Southern league .558 .540 .540 dropped 16 for,a wufgait" .509 The Phils moved to within 3« -406 games of third place St. Louis Sun•469 day as lefty Curt Simmons blanked •4b6 the Cards. 6-0 on lour hits. Bums Up lr»d Meanwhile, the Dodger* lunged to > lead of. 6H games over lhe Memphis 4-4 Atlanta 3-1 Mobile 2 Nashville 1 New Orleans 5-5 Chattanooga 4-8 TODAY'S GAMES ' National League Brooklyn 3-» Chicago 2-1 Pittsburgh 7-10 New York 0-ft Boston 7-0 Cincinnati 4-4 Philadelphia 6 SI. Louis 0 American League New York G-6 St. 1/niis 1-4 Cleveland 4-2 Philadelphia 1-9 Detroit 6 Boston 0 , Washington 0 Chicago 5 (lie, 8 Innings; second game postponed, rain! Southern League Today's Games Birmingham at Mobile Little Hock at Memphis Atlanta at New Orleans Only game* scheduled National I.eagne No games scheduled .. . American League »Mew York at Washington (night) Riischi (12-21 vs Shea. (9-3) • Only game scheduled Fritz Schnable On Legion Card irom Chicago, 3-2 «nd 8-1, while the Giants dropped » p«ir to last place Pittsburgh. 7-0 and 10-8 Cincinnati and Boston divided > bargain bill, the Braves winning the opener. 7-4. and th« Reds the nightcap, 4-0. The Yanks, wtih an assist from the Athletics, moved to • three game lead over Cleveland In the American League chase. The Yanks tripped St. Louis. 6-1 and 6-4, while the Athletics split wtih Cleveland winning the second game. 9-2. after losing the first. 4-1. The Red SOT fell four games bebhirt and the Senators 5!i. Art Houtteman of Detroit shut out the Red Son. 4-0, while Washington and Chicago battled to an eight-inning 0-0 tie in the first game of a doubleheader. The game was called on account of rain In the ninth and the second game was postponed. Ninth for Sain Johnny sain, allowing six hits turned in his ninth victory for the Yanks in the first of two at St Louis. The Yanks enjoyed a 6-0 lead entering the ninth of the night cap when former Brownie Jim McDonald suddenly losth Is stuff. The Browns scored. Jour rims »nd had the bases loaded before Joe Ostrowski put out the flame. Bob Feller checltMl his four game losing streak in beating the A's In the rirst game. Carl Scheib held the Indians to three hits in the after- msth which the Athletic* won with a seven-run rally in Ihe seventh inning. Nicholas Shines As Chicks Win 2 FU«t-Footcd Fi«ld«r Runs, Kat-t Memphis To Wint Or«r Crox By MERCER BAILEY Associated PreflR Sports Writer Ultle Don Nicholas. Memphis' wing-footed centerfielder is an expert on base sle.ling and his specialty c « me in m , gh , y hand • Bxinsl Atlanta Sunday. In the ninth inning Nicholas stole second and scampered home h ?, UT H ir f? OU T—5?* C "' Hod R cs ca P ncw °T as the Brooklyn first baseman hit tKe tlirl with a thud nfler colliding with Dick Groat, riRhl. Pittsburgh shortstop, nt the ba e . Groat, who grounded to Hodges, was tagged out, and left the jjnme with an injured left leg. Jocko Cunlon seems to be callinV him safe. The coach is Milton Stock. (NBA) PAGE SEVEN Phils Cool Off CardsTb On Simmons' Four-Hitter By Thr AsKKfatfd Presn The St. Louis Cardinals, a red hot team until thev moved into Philadelphia to take on the even hotter Phils were .shut out 6-0 Sunday with Curt Simmons putting them in handcuffs. F'h'fi 10 the tar I'' starts Cardinal pitchers paraded ' and 61 bv New York in a srtvi-v motmc I as the Phils rolled : rtoubleheader a, Sporlsman'f pfrV " /'^ r Ct ° rV '" "^ J " hm > Sain heh! the Browns ^o and Uielr first series ver- ; six hits in the ,(,-,( a *me a n rt ^ Here it Is-Russians Claim Overall Victory in 1952 Olympic Games By TK1) SM1TS diet over the Rrdt>i»l.s this sea-; only son - | Jim II was a pilchns' duel between L ' aM ' Simmons anil Joe Pir.sko lor three imiiiiRs, bill shortstop Granny Ihinincr delivered a three-run homer in the fourth for his firsl of tlirpc hits— jusl one short at ihe number collected bj Cardinal lenni. Rookie nobby Tlefeilanor was i Ihe victim of another three-run outburst ill lhe sixth. Cloyd Boyer. Cliff Chambers anrt Al Brazil* were the other Cardinal pitchers who saw duty. StanJiy a I gpcuad Mannticr Eddie Stnnky a Rn in look over second hnsc duties Jrom Red Schoendieust. who rcniHincd confined to his hotel room'ivilh a cold, stun Musial. who also has n fold, hart an infield hit in the first InniiiK lo run the number of consecutive sainos in which !ie has hit safely to an even dozen. this sea-;onlv n seven-inning home•"run by Dycl! prevented hill! Jrom Kainiut- p shutout, Ned Ciarver lost his ninth siniiaht " a m n a«aiilst the Yank's as Hank Bauer and Gil McDcnigald hit solo home runs. ,„ . Bauer also homered in the KBC- Ihe entire :°" (i Bnme, as Tommy Byrne aeain had trouble with his control and walked seven men. Weekly Sports Calendar MONDAY Bay Window Leacne—Mead'* vs American United Life, 5'M n m ' Uttle Park. ' "' Commercial League—Ark-Mo vs Farmers Bank. 5:30 p.m.. Maloney Pnrk. 4-3 victory. It was his 87th steal of ihe year »nci Is only one shorl of the record for * Memphis player. In'lhe nightcap, the flve-foot- seven Nicholas got one of his rare homers to give Ihe Chicks a lead they never surrendered. The final score was 4-1. Lookoulc, Pels Split Chattanooga split a twin bill with le«gue-leadiii K New Orleans, dropping the opener 4-5 but winning the afterpiece 8-5. The split pulled the Lookout* into a tie for second with AtluanU, two games behind th« Pels. The first game was scheduled for seven innings, but went eight when the Pels broke a 4-4 tie. Lookout pitcher Sonny Dixon ilded his own cause in the nightcap wilh a two-run homer. Eyes Tarn's Big Prize After Taking All-American By CHARLES CHAMIiKKLAIX CHICAGO IH-r—A beaming Sain Sncad, his lost confidence restored looks eagerly lo Thursdays start of golf's most famnstic mollev chase- . Mobile held on to it* first divis-|] n ion spot by squeening past Nashville. 2-1. Little Hock's lasl-nlacc Travelers just about doused Birmingham's hopes for a comeback by taking a doubleheader, iawarrfedT' 1 ,?' th " RUSSians dedd<><1 a fi ' st »'- e <»' wonl, only seven poims i,, s ,,a (! of ,he ,„ j awarded by the standard scoring method used on all Olympic gamra since ,sm. I A statement issued by N. Ro-* | manov. leader of the Soviet Olym- : •pic team, said the Russian score; would have been better if ' h - • judging had been more live. Under the standard scoring method, the United States was this year's Olympic team victor with 614 points against 5631;, for Russia. This is based on 10. 5. l. 3, 2. and l-|)oint awards lor the first six placements in all events I o r which gold medals are awarded. The Russian statement marie no explanation of how the Soviets got j ^SI 1 their point tola!, but papers '- ' Moscow today published n point system giving seven points f o r I first place instead of (en. Scor- j ing for the olhcr placing.? was Ihe same as the standard .system. Dispatches from Moscow said this point system was used in Ihe British Olympic Association's report on the 1948 games published World Sports. the British group's magazine. N» Team Winner There is no official team wlnnor. the games. All (cam tabulations i League _ Lions club vs. 5:30 p.m., Ninth Street s : winning the ! [heir series, firsl two games of were cooled off fi-1 the $60.000 "World Championship" Firsl award In this 72-h o 1 e scramble of leading pros is $25.- jOOO. an unprecedented golf payoff ' thai se(s Snead and all the rest straining at the lessh. "That bankroll will cause a lot of choke-ups," said Snead. "A 277 and I'd settle for a 275. sit back collect all the bels." Snead was feeling ohlpper. Yes- terdny he .scampered through a downpour that struck while he was on the eight hole for a fourth! round 65. This gave him a 271 to- i 11-7 andi are 'inofficial nnrt frowned on by j Illninr U'lnl* jOlynuiic officials. Yesterday 'the'JUnlOr 1710*1 The Travs look the opener des •' Helsinki of/ice of Tass. the official 1 •ite Ibree Baron home run-two! Russian news agency, said the by Tommy O'Brien and one by I lei "" tabulation wns being kept. Danny Ryan. Righthander Johnny I Romanov's statement, issued to ! Weiss iossed a dazzling two-hitter at the Barom in the nightcap. the Finnish press, read in part: "We are proud that we have won first place in the Olympic games i in that we accoimilaled 494 points. Team Defeats Manila 8-4 Freddie Akers pitched five-hit SUR.V Hayamaka and Frits Schnable are scheduled to team tonight on the American legion's j Memorial Auditorium mat card ithat includes a special bout in which a wrestler. will challenge alt coiners from among the spectators. In the main ev.en of tonight's ^card. Hayamnka and Schnable are (booked to lake on Roy Welch and '.Lee Fields in a tag bout and the „„ „,.,„. ,_ ^ .special bout will go on as a pre- HELSINKI (.Ph-The 1052 Olympic games became history tod "S Welch, yo^es, of J^^^Z^ " "" * — - ** * *» -- - famous wrestling Welch clan, will i meet all comers from the specta-i The games which ended In the jlors before Ihe main even match. Finnish twilight last evening"were velch, who has been wrestling j bigger and better in every way than '-""ernment officials e »11 m a I e j There is no doubt that the Soviet! 11 "" Sa '«rday aflernoon as a tenm th»t sulphur demand in the West- j Russian sportsmen would have ac-! of J " ni °r High School League ern world is running about one I cumulated a much higher point | l" a - vel ' s defamed a tenm of 12 to million long tons a jear ahead of <°tal if in all sports events there production. • - 'Greatest' Olympics End in U.S. Victory ill Tarn OSIt.-intcr Country Club. till lo bronze In victory in Tam'n All-American Tourney. HJji 17-imder-jifir tally was good for the J3.420 first prize wilh nn ciKhl-stroke edije ovor 'I' o in in y Bolt. Bolt, the peppery Dtirhnm. f. C.. pro who led Sjiead by one a closiiiR 7-1 for l!7fl nrid $2.360. Grouped nt 2RO wore unheralded Wally Ulrlch of Austin. Minn.. J*ck Burke. Jr., niitl Cory Mlddlccoff, the All-American defending champion and leading money winner of the reason. Then came DOHH Ford nt 281 Jim Turncsa nl 282. rind Skce Rcig- cl. Shelley Mnyricld and Henry Ransom at 283. Snead. who shook off ibc menial effect of ;i horrendous third round of 74. .started off in eagle and two birdie. . The All-Ainerican final round lacked some of the spice llsunlly Inserted bv Fabulous side bets promoter Grow S. xiay makes with the pros. Mny collapsed from insulin shock shortly after the lunch hour find later wns tnkcn In a hos- Number Nine Drubs Stanford By 10-6 Score NUMBER NINE - Number Nine's Niners luned up lor their participation In Manlln's invitational semi-pro loimiamenl, t h i s week by drubbing Stanford 10-0 bcliinrl (he 10-lilt pitching of John Mcllnffey here yeMertluy. The Niners me. scheduled to en- Icr the Manila tournament which open* tomorrow night. Pairings for the tournament have not been announced. j McHuffcy pitched no.hil ball for five innings but weakened and yielded 10 hits in Ihe final I o u r \ frames. However, his early feat I was hacked tip by some timely h P Midget .Inycees, Park. Bay Wimlo* Ifaguf ..... Sullifan- Nelson vs. Gl Implement Co. 5:;o p.m., Liltle Park. Commercial Ix-ague — Planters Hardware vs. Hiiro-Chrome. 5:30 p.tn. Malonev Park. WKIIN'KSDAY Mlricel LeaRiif 1 — Khvimip Club vs. American Legion, 5:30 p.m.. Ninth Street Park. Bay Window IjCasue • — Y vs. Moose Lodge. 5:30 u.in .', Little Park. THURSDAY j Midget Ix-ague— Rotniy vs. Yar', bio. 5:30 p.m.. Ninth Street Park. I Commercial League— Planters vs. i Fanners Bank, 5:30 p.m.. Maloney I Park. i FIIIDAV Commercial League — Cotirier vs. Ark-Mo, 5:30 p.m. Maloney Park. Asbestos has no fixed chemical formuln, being composed of any one of several rocks of Won silica content. .Vumber Nine O'Neal 2b Scott ss the finnl.s wilh j Fisher 3b ,^.ily a short time, will be making jhis first public appearance, j Promoter Mike Meroney said jlhat four or five men already ;.have agreed to pccept Welch's .challenge and that more are en: peeled <o climb Into the ring to, nlghl. Major League Leaders y of those of the modern Olympics. More people took previous 14 part More had been objective judging. "The United States athletes accumulated 400,25 and won second place. We greet Hungary's sportsmen who took third plane in Ihe > Olympic games. During the Olym- ! pic games, a closer contact was i developed between the Soviet Hus- ! sian athletes and Finland's and ! Hoit lh other countries' athletes." In first place gold medals, the United Stales far outstripped Rus- events, the central .sport of the games, Ihe U. S. won the most first places it has ever taken uiirter from Manila 8-j ^ H)s con(1 , t((m ^ ,. clmt ^ a I good and he planned ( o | w on band 14 year-old boys 4 at Little Park. The game was „ return engage-! for his"biK "world" golt'iainbor'el-" mriit between the two teams. i. ml | sc | m „, Atln K " ok thp Earlier Manila defeated Blylhe-! All-Am,,-lean wj.nt,"" Open cmw," ! and the SI.01)0 top jmyoff with n inning! 300 total, four under feminine par. R II , teur went for the fifth successive l;yenr to Frank sirnnahiui who ral- 0 i lied with n rlosimr 73 for 297 to 1 ! beat Nello Crunpniuii of \Viukctr-\n 1 i III. " ' 0 ville in R game tit Manila, four runs: in the slxlh gave Blythcvillc the doubted the ability of the United '< the modern program —' 14^'n 'all'o't States to score heavily enough in i tlle 24 events. such specialties us swimming to' M °st of Russia's scoring game overtake the Soviet.* Jin men's anrt women's gyrunaslics. style and Greco - Roman j White lb i.SInnley 3b . Rounsavall c .Tones ss ! Bratcher 3b | Abbott cf ! Akers p Dougherty If Fitzgerald If Hodges rf -.v-im^c me .xjviei.s | in mi .The big push came Saturday, the j free Bodenhimer rf Lrdbetter If-c Lules cf BrnrTshaw c Long If llollingsworth lb McHnffey p Total Stanford Rpevcs S5 Gramhling 'Jb Bryant 3b F.ubunks c-cf Miin^rum lb Lenderlan If Smith rf-c Kenncmore f Tot n Is les wh i c h vic(ory. ind lils ck. AB 4 5 4 t S 4 I 1 2 4 37 AB 4 I 4 4 5 J 4 4 4 Lcdbei- to R 1 1 1 3 1 0 1) 0 2 1 10 R 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 lead H •1 3 \ 3 3 n i 0 0 1 H H 1 2 0 0 2 1 1 1 2 .323; Goodman • lelcs to ' his rl can. attractive city— . more than 1,700 above any previous By Thr Assoriafrd Pre AMERICAN LEAGUE BArriNG — Fain, Philadelphia * ,3-IJ: Kell, Boston, ' Boston. .322. RUNS _ Joost. Philartclphia. 74' ! Cntry ' Itm. jVewr York. 71; Mlnoso. Chi-! forty-nine of apo. 69. i broke into the HITS — Fox. Chicago. 135 Rob-i colllmn which recorded the first six s In son. Chicago, 128: Hosen. Cleve- '• P' 3 " 1 *- Their totals varied from 614 land ana Fain, phiindclphia. us i /or lhe United States down to one HOME RUNS — Doby. Cleveianti i made b >' S'ng"pore for a sixth in and Berra. New York. 23 PITCHING - Consuegra. Wash- ivtlon. 5-0. 1,000; Sbantz. Philsdel- iJMa, 19-3. " >~1-1. .857. , -,— -^un jj a ,,,. iviur countries entered. Thev lasted long er. More went on. Performances were amazing. There WM a minimum of incidents. The late Baron Pierre de Cou- bertin, a French scholar who conceived the idea of reviving the i show jumping climax of the ,m, games of ancient. Greece, would Wan competition " eqUeS have been proud of the show. Thf , . ' , ° ,,3'ILft---/•;,- SffiS~S= 1= . were back for the first, time since World War II.. Seventy nations sent 5.780 final full day of competition The i wr «tlmg. weight lifting and worn- ' >!»"»» Americans started off the morning en ' s lrack a "d f'elrt competitons Davis 2b trailing by 24'i points. At the end • Tiplon cf of Ihe day they led by 56'A points J'ravda Says So '-an* cf The United Stales added four MOSCOW '.T, — According ( n : Hn ' ch e r 'more poinu yesterday In Ihf team ^ r "''<''• 'he official organ of the Wagner s« section of lhe Prii De« Nations, the Co "" r "">'5t Parly, Russia won the : Slecn " Olympic games. ; Nance 3b It's heartliuc this morning read: st ' ctirt rf "Athletes of Soviet Union t a k e i Wavidson rf firsl place" in Olympic grimes^ j Johnson lb .--.. ,= ,.,„ .,. The nc «'SP»PPr's story said that Morris p in the Individual section, and Great! ln 1 ll<lnt ilV of points and in the Britain its first, in the team riivi '< mlmb = r Pri^ places taken ath- j Tolal « "On. leles of the Soviet Union look first | Competition was so strong thai l>l j rce '" i merely breaking an Olympic record Howevi ? r - the Soviet paper did! wasn't, enough at times j not Blve Details of the point s,ys- All but three of the men's track : tem Uset1 tor th ' s Particular cal- dilation. 30 AB 4 1 2 3 3 3 3 2 1 n 3 the 70 countries unofficial scoring j and field records were equalled or j featherweight weightliltiug. I Russia presented sn extremely 1 W<1 H balanced team and .scored Stt-i 864; Raschl. New York, j points, second to the United States The United States won 41 gold medals lo 23 for Russia. broken. The first seven men in both the 1.SCO meters run and the 3 000 meters steeplechase beat the previous Olympic marks. Kight of thr. Missco Football Officials to Meet Robbers Load Up - ^-- ........ M. -,,*,.* ,„ i,, r • .. nine women's marks were bettered, i investigated a . Louis Addis, The newly organized Mississippi County Footbalj Officials' Assjocia- lion, is scheduled lo meet at 7:30 tonight at lilylhevillo High School. Herb Childs. one of lhe orgam- robbery at the Wcc. *crs ol Ihe group said that plans ccnlly. -niey reported , for the coming football -(-sson are look, not ?. wee nip. to be discussed at thr meciir.it of beer and S191 from The oreanizaiion of offlcKK -i-h/, MONTF.. Calif. ($>i — Officers NATIONAL LEAGUE BATTING — Musial. St. .334: Atwfll Chicago, 316; Chicago. 312. RUNS - Lockman. N*c« York and Mlisia!. St. Louis. 71; Hemtis. St Ixiilis. 67. HITS - Musial. St. [/mis. |26; i Ad»ms. Cincinnali. 125; Lockman i iVen- York. IIS. -— j HOME RUNS — Saner. Chicago.! 27: Hodies. Brooklyn. 21; Kiner . 20. Avery Chicago hotel high schools — ,—, ,..1.^11.1, pi ^muciii of the International Olympic Committee Just before the games opened, decried a trend toward nationalism on the part of competing countries and urged that all systems of figuring poInU be discarded. The Olympic officials do not rec- j oirm're any points system, but by custom a gold medal usually is | considered worth 10 points with ! Ihe other five places eoinj for i Despite (he Bnindage plea there 1 was tremendous interest In the point totals in these games. The Russians look the lead on the first day with their expected grund slam In ihe women's discus, were overhauled briefly by the United states during the second and third PITCHING — Roe. Brooklyn, 7-1, .875: Wilri^lm. New York, 9-2, .818; Hearn, New York. 12-3. .800. Brewer Is Teetotalitr ' SYDNEY, Australia tip, _ E,.^ Calbway (old the New South Wales „ .... „„.„..„ „,,„ lnlrn Liquor Royal Commission recently' of track and field, then took , ,„.,„ thai he Is a teetotaller. ! lead when the result., poured In ! CKllaway is the general manager i from men's and women's evmn?< of Toohey.s Brewery, the s*court j lies. The Russian., .re expem a : largest. bre*ery in New South j the gymnastic urt. i Wales. "I' For »»hile even lh« experU BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING Monday, Aug. 4 8 p.m. TAG MATCH 90 Minut« Timt Limit, Best 2 out of 3 Adulti 50c—Children ISc Fritz Schnabl* & Sugy Hoyomaka vt. L«« Fitldi & Roy Welch Edward Welch, youngest of the Welch Bros., will take on all comers. Never A Dull Moment! DANCING HTLY! 24 HOUR SERVICE! FOR RESERVATIONS PHONE HOLLAND 3241 or 9411 COMPLETELY ' AIR CONDITIONED All Popular Brands of Cigarcts, per carton 1 60 HUBERT'SCLUB Hubert Utley and Wert Akins HIGHWAY 61 HOLLAND, MO. by Felix Carney A recent survey found that children spend 25 hours a week in the classroom and 2!).5 hours in front of the television set. This, of course, may give rise to the argu- jnient that the child is spenrt- | inK his time watching other 1 people do things instead of J ! lenniinjf to do them himself. , ] There's only one answer to children and video and that in inielliKent supervision of what they see. Psychologists and teachers have found that the kids will fooperat'e to an extensive degree if yon tell them you want to set some limits and that they may see tli« good shows. Speaking of education i,n television, one company is giving 110,000 to each of the firsl 10 educational licenses to he-gin regular television broadcasting. The company president, in announcing the JIOO.WKI grant recently, said lie hoped it would he the lie- ginning of a large-scale industry drive to launch educational television on an extensive, immediate and practical scale throughout the U.S. A couple of laughs from Ihe Soviet propagandists ranie forth with Ihe assertion that Russia had "invented" television. \<>w ihe comrades say thai a chap names F'opov came up with lhe. first wireless in I'lilii. They shiMiM should have chocked thrir dates. Marconi had wireless in ISnG, four years he fore the Russian claim. And in Ktigland. where licenses are required for home video sets, officials are trying to track down thonsanrts of Ri-iUshers who have skipped paying their fees ... in other words, ferreting out "peek- easies" where TV fans gather ti> watch without paying the ante. G.K. brings you (he top all- 'roimil performance . . . top picture clarity, lop viewing comfort, lop ea?»? in tuning . . . we have a fine selection of sets. 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