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Ifen Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Saturday Evening, June 15, 1957. Kluszewski s Return Sparks Redlegs To 5-4 Victory Slams Home Run, Double, 2 Singles Milwaukee Retains Half-Game Margin With 10-2 Win Over Phillies; Gilliam Steals Home to Give Dodgers 2-1 Edge on Cards. Big Ted Kluszewski was "a bit disappointed" today, which baf- -fled the Cincinnati Redlegs no end because all he did was slam a homer, a double and two singles ,to keep them within a half game •of the National League lead. Kluszewski, off the disabled list only two days, went on his 'tear against the New York Giants Friday night in pacing the Redlegs to a 5-4 victory that snapped their four-game losing streak. So what's he unhappy about? •Just this: "I loused up a great opportunity in the ninth inning," he chided himself. "Rod Worthington gave • roe a reel good pitch and I ;al.tead, I flied out to right field." - Back in the Cincinnati lineup only the second day after being 'sidelined all season, Klu connect- 198 Youths Assigned to inor League DEFENDING CHAMPION ALPHA BEARS HOPING TO REPEAT IN COLT LEAGUE The minor league baseball phase of the city's summer recreation program will include 198 boys dis-! tributed on ten teams. This record number of interested youngsters was assigned to teams Friday night by John Murn- mert, Fred Kinder, Dick.Spall and Rex Hunter. Teams will be listed by numbers at the present time and boys will select their own nicknames. Monday will mark the league opening with Teams Nos. 1 and 2 battling in the morning at Tower ed for his homer with one on in the sixth off one of Stu Miller's "gravity pitches." That broke a 1-1 tie and put the Redlegs ahead, to stay. ot Braves Ilold Lead park and Teams Nos. 3 and 4 in the afternoon at Tower The schedule for the remainder The Milwaukee Braves clung to first place with a 10-2 victory over the Philadelphia Phillies; Junior Gilliam stole home with two out in the 10th to give Brooklyn a 2-1 thriller over St. Louis, and the Chicago Cubs snapped Pittsburgh's five - game winning streak with an 11-5 decision. In the American League, the White Sox maintained their four- Tuesday A.M.—Team 5 vs. Team 6 at Tower P.M.—Team 7 vs. Team 8 at Fairview. Wednesday A.M.—Team 9 vs. Team 10 at Tower. P.M.—Team 1 vs. Team 4 at Tower Thursday A.M.—Team 2 vs. Team 6 at Fairview. P.M.—Team 3 vs. Team 8 at Tower Friday game lead by humbling Washing- A.M.—Team 5 vs. Team 10 at Towton, 10-4, while the second - place Yankees crushed Kansas City, 10-1 wilh the help of Mickey Mantle's 19th homer. Cleveland topped Baltimore 7-2, and Detroit wiped out a ihree-run deficit lo beat Boston, S-4. P.M.—Tearn 7 vs. Team 9 at Tower The rosters follow: Team No. 1—John Myers, Jack Lowes, Jim Bulmer, Jim Dunn, Kobert Miller, 'James Fawcett, Rick Lowes, Steve Porter, Jack Elburn, Steve Parker, Curtis Patton, Eddie Miller, James Brown, Patton, Mayer Share Lead in National Open TOLEDO, Ohio (UP)—It's suffering Saturday in the U.S. Open today with two guys who felt frustration for three years battling head and head in a bid for America's greatest fairway prize. Amateur Billy Joe Pat'.on—hoping to be the first amateur winner in almost a quarter century—and suave Dick Mayer lead 53 survivors into the' two final rounds at :nverness club and come sundown .here are going to be a lot of bro- cen hearts. Patton, the 35-year-old lumberman from Morganton, N.C., and Hoping to repeat their 195G success In the Colt baseball league race, the Alpha Beam opened a new season with a 10 to 6 victory over the Pirates this week. Pictured in front Is the mascot, Tommy Ott. First row, left to right, arc: Bobby Cast, Joe Shauglmcssy, Carl McPhcr. son, Jerry Baldini, Jerry Busch. Back row, left to right, arc: Jerry Pfaff, Manager Leo Ott, Carl Dimbar, John Ott, Kon Meyers, Mark Brown Absent when the picture was taken included Dick Medland, Jack Cain, Don Kesler and Bill Brown. (Pharos-Tribune Photo-Engraving.) Neal fatten, Dave Bulmcr Mike °f lnc select NCAA gathering afl- Myers, Dean Conrad, Dave'Watts, er posting new NCAA meet rec- William Buskirk. Team No. 2—Rob'ert Fretlinger.jslim crowd of 5,000 Friday r.ight Robert Tribbctt, Tom Pasquale, las they led a parade of'fellow Don Tribbett, Jerry Wolf, Melvin Olympic champions into tonight's :Walters, Dan Hughes, Robert finals. i Dougherty, Fred Castaldi, Garry 1 The fleet Morrow, from Abilene Gilsinger, James Hatcher, John Christian College, tripped olf a 9.3 Southpaw Warren Spahn of the Braves posted his .seventh triumph as his teammates racked four Philadelphia hurlcrs for 13 hits, including Hank Aaron's 17ln homer wilh two on. Spahn yielded only three hits. Gilliam made his game-winning steal of home with the ba.scs full when young Lindy McDaniel took too long a windup. Ken J3oycr put the Cards ahead with a second inning homer but the Dodgers tied the score in the sixth on a walk and two singles. Don Neweombe pitched an eight-hitter for his fifth victory. The Cubs rapped out 17 hits, including four by newly - acquired Chuck Tanner, in sending Ronnie Kline down to hi.s ninth setback. Rookie Dick Drolt was the win- r.er allhoulh prosperity went to his head with ar. 11-1 lead in the eighth and he gave way to Don I Hall, Mike Paul, Bruce Alder, Elston. Ernie Banks had a home James Piper, Allan Cline, James run and a pair of doubles for thelPugh, James Jenson, Dennis Lytle. Cubs in iheir biggesl run total of j Bob Combs, Bob Steward, Randy Bell Jumps 26 Feet, 7 Inches for New NCAA Meet Record AUSTIN, Tex. (UP) — The national collegiate track championships head' into the finals tonight with sprin'.cr Bobby Morrow and broad jumper Greg Bell in the spotlight and with Villanova ar. even firmer team favorite than it was prior to the preliminaries. Morrow and Bell were the toast orcis in their specialties before a Yesterday's Results American League Baltimore 000 001 001— 280 Cleveland 010 100 41x— 7 13 0 Wight, Brown (7), Houlteman 7) ar.cl Triandos, Ginsberg (3). 3arcia (2-3) and Hegan. Loser — Wight (1-4). HR—Williams (2nd), Avila (3rd), Goodman (1st). Game Tonight At Riverside Park :15—Wcgert's vs. Kcwanna. Rains Again Spoil Local Baseball Card Supper - lime showers Friday Washington 000 000 004- 4 11 1 j wrecked the youngsters' baseball Ihicago 40006000x-1015liPr 0 , g . ram for lhe seCOnd sU ' alght WiHm WO-yrd ^ _ . . that equalled a | Stobbs, Hernandez (fi) and | nl Courtney. Donovan, Keegan (9) and Lollar, Battey (7). Winner— Donovan (6-2). Loser — Stobbs • 0-11). HR—Dropo (9'h), Lemon (9th), Usher (3rd), Yost (4th). mark shared by five o'hcrs as he „ . beat I'ra Murchison to the tape 1 " , ., by a stride. e " rou Bell, the Terre Haute, Ind., Ne Scagnoli, Danny Keys, Steve Hopkins, Don Haydcn, Larry Crooks. Team No. 3—Jerry Rynerson, Joe Fiscel, Don Fiscel, Steve Williams, Danny Fetlig, Bob Pilman, gr() with the tremendous spring, James Wright, Ronnie Wright, Bill leaped 26 fcc-t, 7 inches—a mark Vernon, Tom Vernon, Fred Vcrnon. l su rpassed on.'y by tiie world rec- Mike Butticc, Don Watson, Jamesjord 26 feet, 8'A inches owned by Arvin, Don Simpson, Mike Simp-,the immortal Jesse Owens since son, Gary Baker, Robert Baker, [1935. Stanley Grimes. ' Team No. 4—Bill Franklin, Bill r\ r* \\ if Parkins, Mark Edwards, James' IJ OUg, Lolleen Myers •the campaign. Stobbs Loses llth Al Lopez' White Sox turned on luckless Chuck Stobbs for four runs in the first inning and six more in the fifth as the Washington southpaw suffered his 11th defeat of the year against no victories. Walt Dropo homered in the firs', inning. Dick Donovan had a .shutout until Jim Lemon and Bob Usher tagged him for homers in the ninth. That brought in Bob Keegan, who gave up a homer to Eddie Yost before retiring the side. The Yankees knocked out Wally Burnette with a five-run outburst in the fifth inning as Tom Sturdi- •vanl scat'ered eight K.C. hits for Short, Bruce Bebee, Bruce Moore, Don Moore, Jim Ncese, Tim Hir- schaucr, Dave Morton. Team No. 5—Eddie Franklin, Randy Bennett, Dick Hand, Don Bogard, Jeff Akers, Joe McFal- ridge, Bill Grigsby, Jim Dawson, Tom Hartoin, Lawrence Bcnner, Mike Morrow, Bill Gunter, Billy Gust, Mike Bannister, MuiTrid Bannister, Rex Zimpleman, Eddie Derrup, Jack Mummert, Jeff Hamm. Team No. (i—Mac Ison, Dan Pusey, Mike Lybrook, David Apt, Win Mixed Two-Ball Doug and Colleen Jfyers won low net honors in the mixed two- ball go'.f tournament Ifriday at the Logansport Country club. Second place went In Harry anil Ruth Hur.Lsir.gcr,. wilh third place captured by Al and Norma Tabor. A total of 30 golfers participated in the special event. Hoch, Clarence Hoch, Walter Cook, Raymond Fellers, Charles Cook, 300 000 0.10—4 72 Oil 200 10X— 5 n 2 Sullivan, Minarcin (5), Cliaka- Ics (7), Delock (8) and While. Maas (7-3) and House. Loser — Sullivan (3-5). HE — Maas (1st), Kuer.n (4th). New York Kansas City Sturdivant 000 150 022—10 14 0 Oft!) 000 100— 180 (5-3) and Johnson. The rain wiped out a 2-1 lead Major League Standings Burncttc, Gorman (H), McDermott (B), Host (8) and Smith. Loser— Burnette (4-4). HB—Mantle (19th) Jie R-B-M Shamrocks held over the David Orioles after one-and one-half innings and a 4-0 margin which Lhe Pancini White Sox had compiled over the Penasy Kcy- sloncrs. The Colt league game be-tween lhe A and W Pirates and General' Tire Jets never started at River- j Cleveland side park. | Boston The Little League games will be|B, a itj 1T . ore replayed on Saturday, June 22, it was announced by Paul Maple. Standings after one week of play are as follows: LITTLE LEAGUE AMERICAN National League W. L. Pel. GB Milwaukee 31 21 .596 Cincinnati 32 23 .582 % Brooklyn 30 22 .577 1 'hiladelphia 29 22 .569 1V4 I. Louis 28 23 .549 2Vz New York 23 32 .418 S'/4 Pittsburgh 20 33 .377 11 "A Chicago 15 32 .319 1314 Sunday's Games St. Louis at Brooklyn (2) Cincinnati at New York Milwaukee at Philadelphia (2) Chicago at Pittsburgh' (2) Anthony and Durelle Draw DETROIT (UP)— Yvon Durelle leaded back to Canada and his fish nets today, hopeful that his draw Friday night with top-ranking light - heavyweight contender Tony Anthony will boost him into the 175-pound title picture. Durelle thought he won the nationally-televised 10 - rounder, but nevertheless he was pleased with the outcome because he entered the ring a 4-1 underdog. Anthony was anything but pleased with the decision because it put a serious crimp in his hopes for an early shol .it Archie Moore's light-heavyweight crown. Durelle, who comes from Canada's fightingc-sl family, had Anthony on the ropes al the finish after throwing everything but the referee at his opponent. The referee, Lou Handler, scored the round 5-1 in Durelle's favor. Under Michigan's "five- point must" scoring system, the winner of the round gets five American League W. L. Pet. the handsome Mayer, a native New Yorker, know all about that already. They both took their lumps back in 1954. Both Blew Chances That was when Patton held the lead going into the final round of the Masters, only to lose out in the stretch as he faded beiore the deadlock drive of Slaminin' Sammy Snead and Bantam Ben Ho- gsn. That year, too, Mayer knew gloomy limes as he had this same Open wilhin his grasp and lost it to Ed Furgol in the final holes. Whether he or Palton win or .lose, they'll have to fight for it | today over Ihe rolling, sun-baked acres al Inverness. Because only two shots behind their leading two-round lo'.als of 138 and charging at them are grim-faced Doug Ford, the current Masters champion, and young Ken Vcnturi o( San Francisco. They aren't the only ones in it —although it looks like another- disappointment for four-lime runner-up Sammy Snead, who shot his second straight 74 for 148. Dcmarct Three Back Jimmy Dcmarel, the 47-year- old golfing grandfather who was the first round co-leader with a Oil. stumbled Friday but stiil fell only three shots back at 14: along with Bo Wininger of Odessa, Tex. That was better than Ihe fate of the other co-leader, Chick Har- berl, who skidded to a fat 79 which dropped him all the way back to 147. Another threat with two rounds lo go us the field battles heat, par and pressure is swarthy Roberto DiVicen/.o. the Argentinian slugger from .Mexico City. He is ul 142, four strokes off the lead and one ahead of three-time Bril- j ish Open king Pc'.er Thomson, and point.? and the loser a lesser number. Both boxers wound up with 41 |still major tnrcats at 144 are for- poinls on Handler's card. Judge inier champion Julius Boras, boy- Barney Plotnik gave Anthony the I ish Fred Hawkins, square - jawed fight, 43-39, but judge Malcolm ' Bud Ward and Sam Penccale of House saw Durelle the winner, .Philadelphia. 40-2S, thus creating a draw. Notional League Milwaukee 000 003 lofi—10 13 1 Philadlphia 001 000 00!— 2 S . Spahn (7-3) and Sawalski, Crandall (9). Cardwell, Farrell (8), Morchead (9), Hearn (9) and Lopata, Lonnett (9). Loser — Cardwell (3-»). HR—Aaron (17th), Rc- pulski (Glh). Dick Farrer, Tom Spangler, Terry Cincinnati Thrall, Tom Thrall, Pat Miller,i» cw York Neal Miller, Herb Perkins, Richard' Dichl, Dominic Pancini, Ronnie Morrow, Terry LoCoco, Tom Lyons, Mike Lyons, John Radkey. John Dean, Don Blom, James. Team No. 9—Charles Gerlnch, Berkshire, Eddie White, Jerry Wai-j Dave Miller, Allen Lancaster, Jer- lers, Larry Walters, Doug Wirickjry Burkhart, Ed Burkha'rt, Kenny Larry Bcall, Buddy Vail, Gerald• Gerlnch, James Dunklo, Nick Ame- Ruschofski, Mike Flynn, Mike Cot- W n?S vciorr ManOo h h ™- M * e Mackcy Mike Galbreath, J b *" Crnun n/itu m >m T3ftU I nrlmn T/irvi . avjuin.j^- uu ma „ ™ T -, , , , homer with one on in the eighth ? to * e Bowman ' Bob Ladow ' Tom r. T^. , ' ,nllnw inning, but Bobby Richardson, Hank Bauer and Bill Skowron led the Y,ink.s' offensive with three hits apiece. Mike Garcia of the Indians pitched his first complete game of the season and Dick Williams, ob- LaDow. Team No. 7—Don Kistler, Pat Marocco, Bob Wagner, Richard Bcchdol, Richard Weaver, Phil Gibson, Dana Gilsinger, Larry Beaver, Lynn Hastings, Dennis Hastings, Mark Rivers, David Rivers, Morrison Berry, Dave Lcf- tained earlier^ in ^the ^ciay from^,,,.^ L e e Murry, Jim Wright, Keith Kelly, Terry Watts, Fred Watts. Team No. 8—Jerry Arnold, Vic Baltimore, and Bobby Avila each homered in the victory over Baltimore. Duke Maas of Detroit contributed a Iwo-run homer off loser Frank Sullivan in helping himself 1o his seventh victory. Harvey Kucnn .supplied wljat proved to be tlip winning run wilh a.homer off reliever Bob Chakales in the seventh inning. Ho, James Amclio, Mike Timmons, Dave Timmons, Dave Pursch, John Knonlz, Mike Ricciardi, Dam Pas- c|ua!e, John Sturdivant, Bob Kaufman, John Best, Gary Phcrson. Team No. 10—Robert Justice, Tom Johnson, Ted Ayers, Andrew Hasselt, Jerry Hassett, Pal Fisher, Ronr.ic Chapman, Bob Hilbert, Bob Reutebuch, Randy Corcoran, Walter Turner, Jerry Thomas, Jair.cs ftov/er, James Thomas, Earl Ingmire, James Morgan, Bill Me- 000 102 1.10— 5 11 1 000 100 030— 4- G 1 Indians Shamrocks Red Sox Orioles Senators W 'l 1 1 0 0 Giants .............. 0 PCT 1.000 1.00!) 1.000 .000 .000 .000 GB 4 (i GVi 9 12 Chicago 34 17 ,(iB7 New York 31 22 .5115 30 25 .545 21) 2-1 .538 27 28 .4i)l 23 30 .434 Kansas City 23 31 MS 12% Washington 19 3(1 .333 18 Sunday's Games Washington al Chicago (2) Boston at Delrc>il Baltimore at Cleveland (2) New York at Kansas City American Association W. L. Pel. Gallant- Man and Bold Ruler Vie in Preakness NEW YORK (UPi-Bold Ruler, a giar.t of a horse wi'.b a tremendous stride, and Gallant Man, a litlle colt wilh a fighting heart, clash today in Ihe fiaih running of the $114,300 Belmont Stakes. Five other three-year-olds wero entered in '.he mile and one-half climax of tiie Triple Crown classics. However, ir.lorost centered ] A heap of Ihe big names of golf failed lo survive those first two rounds, including Furgol and former champions Lloyd Mangrum and Gene Sarazen. Stepping down with them went such as Mike Sou- chak. Arnold Palmer, Ted Kroll, Dutch Harrison, Shelley Maylicld, Don Cherry. Vic Rhozzi, Denny Shute and the veteran Bobby Cruickshank. Patlon was "driving and putting like crazy" as he shot a 34-.'M—(ill Friday lo go with an earlier 70 that pushed him into a tie for the on Bold Ruler, the Preakness jlead. Stakes winner, and (lailar.l Man. j Mayer deadlocked him by virtue who was nosed oul of a Kentucky of the hoi tost nine holes of the Derby triumph by Iron Liege tournament, an 'in" 32 for a fi>! when Willie Shoemaker, his rider, on which lie scored birdies on misjudged Ihe finish line. I four of the last five holes. LITTLE LEAGUE NATIONAL Panthers .. Cardinals . Yankees .. Keystoners White Sox W . 1 . 1 . 1 . 0 ,. 0 Nuxhall, Freeman (II) and Bail-',Cubs 0 1 cy. Miller, Grissom (7), Antonelli (8), Worthington (!)) and Katt, COLT Wcstrum (9). Winner — Nuxhall PCT 1.000 1.000 1.000 .000 .000 .000 (2-4). Loser—Miller (0-3). HR — Virgil (3rd), Kluszewski (1st), Mays (1211:). St. Louis OH) 000 000 0—1 81 Brooklyn 000 001 000 1—281 L. McDaniel (fi-3) and IT. SmiMi. Newcombc (5-fi) and Campanella. I-IR—Boyer (6th). 201 024 020—11 17.0 000 100 040— 592 Chicago Pittsburgh Droll, Elston (fl) and Nccman. Kline,- Hall (4), -R. Smith (6), Swanson (7), King (9) and Rand. Winner—Droll (5-6). Loser—Kline Grath, Tom Zcllcrs, Dave Thomas.' (2-0). HR—Banks (Bth). MAYBE THE IBC SHOULD SPONSOR THIS GAME Logan Fumes Over $100 Fine, While Drysdale Got $40 PHILADELPHIA (UP)—Johnny .Logan of the Milwaukee Braves •was liopping mad today over the -fact he was fined $100 for his part j "in Thursday's "Battle of Brook- i lyn," while Dodger pitcher Don j Drysda,Ic g6t off wilh a $40 as- lessmenl. Admittedly surprised -over the $00 difference in fines levied by National League President War- Ten Giles, Logan snapped: "It's an injustice ... it's not an even settlement." "Why, he (Drysdale) started •the fight," the Braves' shortstop .added. "He threw at me. I was only trying to protect myself." " In the second inning of/Thursday's Brooklyn - Milwuakee game •at Bbbets Field, Drysdale struck T-ogan in the back with a pitch. •They exchanged words and later .punches in a wild melee Uiat in- •volved several members of each .team. . i Sox. Jets .. Bears . Pirates Kolts .. LEAGUE W L 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 PCT 1.000 i.ooo .000 .000 PONY LEAGUE / W L PCT Do''.gers 2 0 •Indians 0 0 Tigers 0 1 Braves 0 1 1.000 .000 .000 power mowers Wichita Minneapolis St. Paul .. Omaha i Charleston Denver Indianapolis Louisville Friday's Results Wichita 3 Louisville 0 (1st) Wichita 7 Louisville 2 (2nd) Omaha 3 Minneapolis 0 St. Paul 6 Denver 3 (11 innings) | Charleston at Indianapolis, rain Today's Games Charleston at Indianapolis Omaha al Minneapolis Louisville al Wichita St. Pau! at Denver *(Tndians and Tigers played to 4 all tie) Larry Dol>y (left) of the Chicago White Sox moves In on New York Yankee pitcher Art Ditmnr in the opening round of n free-for-all that lasted 28 minutes In Chicago's Comlskey park. Four players were ejected for fighting. Umpire Larry Nnpp tries to separate Doby and Ditmnr, but Doby knocked Ditmar down. Billy Martin then jumped Doby while the Yankees Enos Slaughter took on big Wait Dropo of the Macias Defends NBA World Bantam Title Against Ursua Tonight SAiN FRANCISCO (UP)—Interest in the fight game is supposed lo shift from the baseball diamond back to the prize ring to- 1 nighl when Raul (Ralon) Macias of Mexico defends his NBA world bantamweight title against Donv my Ursua o-f the Philippines. Debonair Raul and tattooed Dommy may have" lo stage a real war, however, to offset such recent heavyweight encounters as Larry Doby vs Art Dilmar and Don Drysdale vs Johnny Logan. Malchmaker Bennie Ford expects lo gross $BO,000 for lhe 15- rounder at the Cow Palace where Macias is making his first appearance since winning the vacant championship there with a victory over Thailand's Chamrern Song- kitrat in 1955. The rangy Macias will enjoy a six-inch advantage in height over Ursua and-has been rated an 8-5 favorite to have too much class for his plugging opponent. Macias, a- movie idol at home as well as a fight hero, has won 29 fights and lost one while slopping 17 opponents. His single title defense was at Mexico City 15 months ago where he TKOd Leo Espinosa in 10 rounds. He has Campbell, Coulter Gain US Open Finals TOLEDO. Ohio (UP) — Lillle Joe 'Campbell of Anderson and Gene Coulter of Richmond, both nnn i amateurs, represented Indiana today as the low 50 players and tics teed off in Ihe final 36-holes of the U.S. Open Golf championships. Campbell fired a 72 Friday to go with his round of 74 on Thursday, giving him a tolal of 146. Coulter added a 77 Friday- to his previous 73 for a 150 total which tied him with 13 others for tile final spot in the starting field. Other Hoosier scores were Paul (International.) Dye of Indianapolis, 75-77—152; Fred Wampler of Indianapolis, 75-77—152 and Dick Dodds of Gary 83-84—167. All three were eliminated from the finals. Campbell was slated lo tee off with veteran Cary Middlccoff in medal play today. Coulter was in the only threesome with E. Fred Brown of Los Angeles and George Bayer of San Gaabdel, Calif. Indiana All-Stars Begin Cage Drills INDIANAPOLIS (UP) —Indiana's •' high school basketball All Stars report to coach Angus Nicoson today to begin a week's extensive drills for the annual two - game series wilh Kentucky's best cagers. A public warm-up practice was scheduled for Ihe afternoon. The Hoosiers, with a 15-2 lead in the summer hardwood extravaganza, will be led into the first game at Louisville next Saturday by "Mr. Basketball"—John Coal- men of South Bend Cenlral's s'ats champions. The re'urn engagement .will be staged at Buller Fieldhousf. here June 29, Lasl year, Oscar Robertson of Model 178 —R o sec nationally-serviced, factory-guaranteed ',1-1 before you buy! Choose the right mower for Be sure to MONARCH I your lawn from the finest selection of power mowers on the market today! Long-life construction throughout.. . Super-powered for super-service. 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