Brownwood Bulletin from Brownwood, Texas on March 31, 1968 · Page 12
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Brownwood, Texas
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1fA_—feftftV/NWOOfi lULlttlN Sunday, March 51, Jackefs~"Run"|Scr/mmage Reveals Bright Spots at HP 55 Strong Fifth | Net Chiefs Give Nod to en Play • DENTON—Howard Payne cindcrmen surprised inii some events and disappointed in others here Saturday 1 as'the Jackets ran a strong fifth in North Texas Relays. ! j Host North Texas ran away; - - - " j I with the title as expected with separated the next four teams i 1 8] 1-10 points. Only six points : as Oklahoma Christian scored 11 45-1-10, Stephen F. Austin 44! I 6-10, Texas A&I 42 1-10 and Tlow- i I ard Payne 39 1-10. Oklahoma Baptist ran last with 15. Two of Coach David Noble's Jackets came through with blue ribbon performances. Wayne ftalhke won the shot put "with t« /-.i^/ifi->r»t'i7 *»it i *->*» < a sub-par 49-'fe toss and Bill iJ y , ?^°« \ ,,,.,, ! Cleveland leaped 6-2 to win the Associated Press Sports Writer i ^- ]R ^ j umD F PARIS (AP) — In an historic i decision for the sport, world of- KAULV jrnESHMAN Rich finals voted unanimously Satur- ard Dav |s toured the 880 in a day at a special meeting to per-1 pcrsona | besl i :54 . 0 for sccond mil open tennis tournaments. i p , n( . c , n hls spcc | a]ly as charlts [ho full meeting of the Inter-: Sprinkle ran 'fourth in a good national I,awn Tennis Fcdera-! j.^ g lion approved without a dissent! '„,,' , , , , , Uil proposal, pioneered bv the . 1! !? ' fl( * cls T sc ™ lld ™d rt.iu'h ,o a || ov professionals to! f , ourlh ln , ""[ I11llc i ^\^ y ' Jessup clocking a 4:18.2 for the runnerup spot and Walter Harris touring the same course in Howard Payne College spring football candidates wound up their first week of spring drills with a controlled scrimmage Saturday, and even though the backfield speed was missing due to several players being at the North Texas Relays, there were still some bright spots, both defensively and offensively. Coach Joe James spent the first hour of the session working on the Jacket's running game and then closed out ses- sion with a 45-minute drill oft pass offense and defense. "WE MADB," Coach James said, "the suual mistakes that crop up after only five days, but T think we can say that we are having a betler-thah average spring session." Bill Ingram, the All Lone-Star Conference fullback, was still working as an effective line de' stroyer, and Gary Butler, who came to HPC via Cleburne and t g xas Christian University, showed enough for the coaches to know that tngram will have ample backing this fall. The hour long session produced three touchdowns— two by Marshall Williams' Blue term, and one by Jim Strother's Gold team. WILLIAMS, who lettered in his first year as quarterback, but who was held out last year due to injuries, at times showed that he could still handle the ball, but also showed that he needed quite a lot of work. Stfoiher, from Pecos, is a squadman. Coach James was impressed by the linebacking with Jim Faf- rell, two year letterman from Duncanville; Terry Brewster. a transfer from Texas A&M, Gary Horner, squadman frotn Odessa, and C. W. Walker, also from A&M showing up well kfcfot BACHffc., and John Benson, both three year lettermen from Fteeport, drew the attention of the coach*. Benson was playing both ways while Bachtel stuck to the offensive plays. The Jackets, who woU 7 and lost 3 last season, will get in four workouts next week, probably working out Monday through Thursday. CO to npele against amateurs in rnaincnLs. Rut the British failed to win T the JLTF to the abolition of _ distinction between ama-. 4:20.8 for slourth place points. Tom Carter stepped over the high hurdles in a good 14.8 for a second pUicc and teammate Doug llolt/.daw grabbed third m al tours and pros. The delegates voted in favor of "retention of the notion of, amateurism in the rules of the i in lllc 440-yard intermediates In ILTF. as its removal would In- i 5(i -°' j disputably weaken the ideals ; George Nelson managed a 13-61 which the ILTF have the duty to leap in the pole vault for third, protect and develop." j Bob Brabbin leaped 2l-5 1 ,z for The ILTF decided to limit Hie number of open tournaments f:'"i in the long jump and Milt. Plegtins recorded a fine! f THIS TRIO of batters comprises the starting outfield for the Boston Red Sox, defending American League champions. Carl Yastrzemski in left field, Reggie Smith in center and Tony Conigliaro in right are shown awaiting their turn in the batting cage. RELAY.-HITS. 3:23.7 BHS Lions Shine At Key City Meet ABILENE—Hitting season peaks in almost every event, Coach Ken West's surprising Brownwood Lions served notice they will be hard to dislodge from their 1 District 4-AAA track crown by turning in a solid performance against some of the top powers in the state in the Key City Relays here Saturday. The Lions managed 19 points; — — for seventh place. Lubbock Dun- although winner Joe Brazzil of '- sne 8°\ven, Brownwood bar took the team title with 61; Abilene also cleared W, bet- MI'IC 57 and Odessa Permian with 56; orr j by an eighth of an inch. JAwicne 51.7,- 2. winiam sicwari. Permin a hot fight for sccond. i n 0 n Wavne Fcnton in his first : lan ' n - 4! 3 - Roy Davis - Dunbar "•*• e L,mn v> dyne rcnion, in ms nisi j M | UE _, j Greg Y ates, Lubbock x:3U> 'competition of the season, clear- *. cnanes Hankins, Abiien« 4:32.31 3. BROWNWOOD'S performance > e d a fine 6-2 for fourth olacc (f lke , Ch n VCI ' Ab 'i ene 4::RO; 6 ' CharlM . . j j ii j, cua inn, u L, lui iuuiin |jiai.(.. Burrls, Brownwood, 4:44.7. included a school record leap BiU most pleasing to West POLE VAULT-I. Ted Thames, Mon. of 6-3 in the high jump by Lane was t | ie amazing Lion mile r* \^\^\\\i\X**t& i3 U « bb ° ck ' Bowen and a tremendous 3:23.7 ] ay n ia t knocked seven full sec-! MIL ^ RELAY—i. Dunbar 3ji».»i j. AW. clocking in the mile relay. Bow-jonds off its previous best time. ..Jack Davis, and divided players into four j 21.6 for fifth h the 220 as teamcategories: i mate Charlie Johnson ran out 1. Amateurs—those who play | of the money in 21.7. David for fun and prizes. j Coughran was fourth in the high 2. Registered playes—lop j jump at 5-10. stars who will be allowed to re-1 ceive big expenses and make | THE SPRINT relay foursome profit from the game without of Johnson. Robert Lewis, Pla- makinR it their profession. j gens and James Harris stitched 3. Contracted professionals— | together a 42.0 for fourth. It those who compete in touring j was the Jackets' best time of' rangemcnts can be made for en s leap, good for second place San Antonio Eyes Big 33 SAN ANTONIO (AP) - If ir- groups and operate under their! the season and the best ever own control. by an HPC foursome. 4. Other professionals, includ-1 H took something special to ing coaches, who still come un- i place in the 100. Payne's Harder the authority of their nation-: ris ran out of Hie money deal associations. \ S pjtc a whistling 9.7, his best Each of the 65 nations aiTilfat- j s j ncc posting a 9.5 as a Browned to the federation will be al- i W ood schoolboy. Both Johnson lowed to decide for itself whclh-! an( j pagans were caught in 9.8 er to differentiate between ama-1 j n ( no prelims, teurs and professional. But the Tnc Jackets'disappointed by pros will be. admitted only to j fai | ing lo p | acc j n lnc discus tournaments .vhich re recog-! and ih rcc -inile run and the HPC use of Alamo Stadium, the "Big $3" high school all-star football game between Pennsylvania and Texas teams of high school seniors will be played in San Antonio this year, Marvin Rclkin, director of the SAY CAL ATHLETES t Boycoff Threat Still Stands BERKELEY. Calif. (AP) Bobby Smith, football star and spokesman for the Black Ath- pcct nothing from Pete Newell," athletic director who recently resigned, effective in mid-July. letics, said Saturday their threat j "Newell said in effect he didn't to boycott all sports at the Uni-jcare; he's leaving everything versify of California still stands.! for his successor," still to be He called an investigating j named, committee report recommend- "The boycott is still a threat," it back." Newell has denied discrimina- ion between white and negro athletes. ing "affirmative measures to Jewish Community Center, said prevent discrimination and prej- Saturday he had arranged with j udicc" a whitewash. continued the halfback who made the second All-Star team of the Pacific-8 Conference. White Triggers West to Victory Al Clark, executive sports cdi-' "We don't appreciate the way i "Our next immediate action' INDIANAPOLIS Ind (AP) — —'•" u " ' --- '" " --- ' ------- """ " ; ' " • mile relay bobblcd the baton. to San Antonio if a place to play can be secured and underwrit- nized as open by the ILTF. The British had force' 1 the showdown meeting with their announcement five months ago , that the Wimbledon tournament I natural gravel that workmen' ^lark said recently directors tor of the Harrisburg, Pa., the university has handled every Patriot-News and president of j thing under the table," said Big 33, Inc., to move the game j Smith, who insisted that he now East Pakistan has so little j in 8 arranged. this June would be open to amateur and pros. hammer brcks into walnut sized chunks for use in concrete. Sanders r Jacklin Fire 69s To Keep Jacksonville Lead JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) — Debonair Doug Sanders and England's Tony Jacklin kept their birdie express on track pion Julius Boros and current I dividual. of his organization had authorized-him to say the game would be discontinued in Hershey, Pa., although it has grossed $90,000 annually. Net receipts went to chanty. A dispute with Texans who were handling details at this end was blamed. However, Clark refused to blame any in- was speaking for himself. He said the Black Athletes would David Wallace's glittering 49.2, *""*. R ° b ' nson J°,\ 3 ' Tlm Thomas 51.7, i • ' . .ft t • , i L/flVIa WallOCe 4y,ZJ. anchor spin put finishing touch-1 TEAM TOTAL: Dunbar «i, Abilene 57, PS on thr rplav thai inrlnriprl Permlan «• San Angelo 40, Lubbock Mon,. . \ r*r, rV ,, , , , P ^ rev K > Abllcne Co °P er u > Brownwood StllltS Of 52.7 Off the blocks by \ 1». Lubbock 13, Lubboek Coronado J. sophomore Bill \Veller, a solid 50.3 by Edward Robinson and a 51.7 by Tim Thomas. The Lions ran fourth, a step behind San Angelo's 3:23.6. Dunbar won in a j sizzling 3:19.8. j WALLACE AND BOWEN hadi great days. Wallace rocketed to a 9.8 century in finishing sr" —' STEPHENVILLE — Howard to Dunbar's fleet Roy Davis" ivne's Stew McChesney knock- also supplied a stirring le » ^ I in a hole-in-one on the 17th the Lion sprint relay unit i ole of the final match to turn ran fifth in a good 43.5. Sopho lie tide and give Howard mores James Thompson and Jan Jaync College golfers a 4-3 vic- Brown and Thomas joined Wai- Try over Tarleton State here lace on the Sprint'foursome. J -iday. In addition to his record lap McChesney's six-iron ace on Ace HP Victory ! J.i ii-^A*Vi> r\l \jLJiijt J11U \f\tT t " "* ii u. * l. * n *l _J — -——-•*.«. ••^j u *ji«^ iiuii dtt UI1 will be to go to the chancellor." ' Jo Jo Wnite of Kansas came j -in the , high jump, Bowen sailed ,- e par 3 m d m]} , Roger W.Heynes, who named alive in lhe sccond half and the discus 44 - the he fact-finding committee. £-*' wiih "Purdue's" Rick !put the shot 50 ^, ^ $**' »?' f ' to take 18th *«h a par four ''can't 5 a^r^^oicotTwill 1 be M ° Unt l ° Spark UlC WeSt ° Ve1 ^ SLL^h^i"^,? ± ^ '_givc the Jackets the victory. ; can t aci, a ooycou win DC <•,„ p ast g 5 . 88 in ,„„ annua high t wa but was week. But Smith said, "We can ex- PGA ruler Don January were at 201 Relkin said Clark responded favorably to a suggestion that Sanders, in a bright purple i a non-profit agency such as the through the third round of the wardrobe, carded a birdie-stud-' Jewish Community Center take Greater Jacksonville. Open Golf! ded fi9 Saturday. Jacklin. 23-j over the operation of the game Tournament Saturday and remained! deadlocked at 202, 14 strokes under par. They were only one stroke ahead of Arnold Palmer and unheralded Hugh Royer going into the final round Sunday. Former. National Open cliam- Finer Residential Painting C. M. Mitchell PAINT CONTRACTOR Satisfaction Guaranteed Service A 50 Mile Hadius IU. J, Box 2G7L 1'h, 784*3562 Lake Brownwood year-old Briton, birdied the final hole and kept pace. Palmer was off to a bad start with a double bogey on the second hole. But he reeled off five birdies and carded a 68. Rover, 31-vear-old Georgian, . 1 *i . ., * . . , , *^ .,, I "w»«ww» n*J WV"t l»u»tl^, 4 *tW said his first time playing with, schools and lne Universlly Jn . Palmer made him slightly nerv- i ers cholasUc League have ruies here, at least for 1968. Relkin has been in touch with school and college officials and others and has found that the only problem may be the use of Alamo Stadium for a high school all-star game. The slightly ous. He started with a bogey, but steadied for a 69. Palmer's companions in golf's Big Tliree, Gary Player, and Jack Nicklaus, both shot 70 and were back in the traffic jam. Player was one of four at 207 and Nicklaus was one of eight at 212. preventing all-star games staged by professional promot- PHARMACY? P !$ for PROFESSIONAL SERVICE H if for HOME delivery A ii for ACCURACY R it for RELIABILITY M if fpr METHOD A it for AVAILABILITY C ii far COURTESY Y If for YiARS OF IXPIRIENCi fifT THI SUM TOTAL OF ALL THIS! AT , , , Winn Pharmacy DIAL 643-4506 ' ers. Exhibition Baseball At Bradcntou, Fla. Oakland 7, Minnesota 6 At Lakeland, Fla. Detroit 6, Atlanta 5 At Winter Haven, Fla. New York, A 5, Boston 4—10 innings At Tampa, Fla. Cincinnati 4, Philadelphia "B" 0 At Pompano Beach, Fla. Washington 8, Houston 4 At, Fla. Philadelphia 2, St, Louis 0 At St. Petersburg, Fla. Chicago, A 2, New York, N 0 A( Scottsdale, Ariz. Chicago, N 6, Cleveland 1 ed. He said he hopes implement- Saturday. White scored meet and issue a statement next the ultimate result," Smith add- j— "^^ ^S* 1 ^ overlooked by the finish judges, a^/ge nSdln^ and JUNIOR CHARLES BURRIF j ™™ l . e J , immy Johnston out- all 10 of his!tacked on the final Brownwood : stedC] ay t on Hall 7-5 for other in racia , , 3 intermissionjp 0 i n t w ith a sixth place 4:44.7 « dividual HPC victories. relations will be aooarenl soon and ignited several fast brcaks -i finish in the mile. Payne's Lanny Voss lost to One o"the athletes' demands Mount scored 24 P° ints ' indud -' The Lions were without thr I *1 Ellis 3-2 and the Jackets' une 01 me ainieies aemanas , hg J6 jn ^ second half) IQ ]ead { .^ of several key hands; ^ Tommy Davis was upended by. 11 scorers. including pole vaulter Dal Millr J 7 " 1 Brock 6-5 in other individ- National scoring -•- • - ....... Maravich of played an for equal treatment was in letic scholarships. "We get just enough to keep us hanging on and to end up in debt $100 every quarter," Smith said. "If you don't live at home, you're dead. We have to borrow $100 from the university at the end of each quarter. And we'll have to pay champion 16 and was named the game's outstanding player. The West led 45-42 at the half. Ags Dump TCU COLLEGE STATION, Tex. (AP) — Texas A&M forged into a tie for the Southwest Conference baseball load Saturday with a 2-0 victory over Texas Christian. Freshman Butch Ghutzman JlJVJIUUlllg I-/U1C YdUJtCI 4-/CJ1 1TJHJ' and intermediate hurdlers Jack ll1 matches. Alley and Dan Holton. In team play, Brook and Stone Brownwood defends its Dis- cbwned Davis and McChesney trict 4-AAA title Saturday ir < 1 and Aday and Voss whip- Vemon. J.'d Hardin and Ellis 2 up. Discus-i. on Kinacry, Coronado, _i_73- Aday was medalist with a 77. Ralph Marshall's Jack- Blanton Is Elected By UT Ex-Students AUSTIN. (AP)-Jack S. Blanton of Houston, president of Scurlock Oil Co., was elected . , , PUT,. ., 1.1 rermian* 11.1* <. JOCK mnaren, president Of the University Of I14.4 3. Larry Watson, Abilene 14.6 Texas Ex-Students' Association] "~ today. He was elected at the annual ^Lan^Bowln/Brownwood 4-3 (few- Country- Club Tuesday before v misses); 3 ; t J )omB ^^/™3 pe)l 'f 'er tak i"g an Hardin-Simmons in *.Wayne Fenton misses). X40-YARD RELAY-1. Dunbar 41.8; 2. Abilene 41.9; 3. San Angelo 41.9 5. Brownwood 43.5. 880-YARD RUN—1. Donnle Anderson, Monterey 1:58.8; 5. Dan Sterling, Perm- Ian 1:57.2; 3. David Malish, San Angelo 1:57.2. HIGH HURDLES — 1. Charles Perry, Permian, 14.4; 2. Jack Mlldren, Cooper 100-YARD DASH—1. Roy Davis, Dunar 9.7; 1. David Wallace, Brownwood 9.8; 3. Harry Griffin, San Angelo 9.8. 440-YARD DASH — 1, Carl Johnson, San Angelo 49,4; 2 Dan Jones, Abilene doubled in A&Ms run in the roundup luncheon of Texas-exes. [49.7; .3 wi]Me Baldwin, Dunbar JO.B. sixth on, a piugh-hit appearance. He has been first vice president. ij/van T ce P F^7manI' h Mon"erey C ,Tc?8 r vsf'3! Cross Plains Champ at Bangs BANGS Versatil Jerry taba, and Culllns, Coleman 5-3; 4. Tl« - - - • - plains. Tnai»crin nwoi* t*unn«r : r'Q'"a *v-s,v*, ^. wwyiq?, ^iwunr «w-*, mai gin ovei runner-, 3 Mon i flo m«rv, crpss puin? 20-1; 4. lip Albany's 68. Host Bangs ran ;Wllliams, Santa Anna U-ll; i. Brew * . * . . ^^ I . i._ AlU.m. 1 ft 1ft . A Al«l»ljlv>« I!MI Strickland swept the sprints and captured the long jump to lead the Cross Plains Buffaloes to an easy victory in the annual Dragi Senators Smash ! Houston by 8-4 ! POMPANO BEACH, Fla. Strickland won the 100-yard Asher/Hamiin n-«,- s. i(AP) - Washington remained! dash in.lQ.2,,the 220 in 23.4 and j Vtaf PUT-?, stiw. undefeated in 10 games against Neaped 20-6H to take the long weedon, BW« «•»/ i National League teams Satur- junip. Bright was the only oth- i. Yetbeiter, Hamiu day beating Houston 8-4, 011 lelavs track meet j" WatJV JUCCl, Urday. Strickland's 30 point tear help- ed the Buffaloes to 84 3 /4 points I LONG JUMP-I. Jerry Strickland, Cross H I° H JUMP— 1. tynn Mlthcell, Blan- 144.0; 3. Lowrance, Eastland 45.4; 4. Ing Star 34; Robert Le e 32; Eastland ' ?0-6'j; 7. Douglas, Albany 20-2; a strong third in the 14-team; fi°ld with 62 points. San Saba i POLE VAULT-I. had 50. .--••.... Strickland won the in 19-10; «. Aldrldge, Jim Asher, Hamlln 45,7; Albany 46.0; 6. Hosch, Santa Anna 47.2. HIGH HURDLES— 1. Bright, Cross Plains 15.7; 2. Field, Robert Lee; 3. Shoemake, Albany; 4. Kelly, Jim Ned; i. Asher, Hamiin. 100-YARD PASH-1. Strickland. Cross Plains 10.2; 2, McRorey, San Saba; 3.1 Douglas, Albany; 4. Bates, Menard; 5. ' Lehne, Menard. 440-YARD DASH— 1. Tommy Stephens, Coleman 14; Menard 10; 12; Santa Anna 7; Jim Ned 6^4; Early 43.4; Abilene Christian High School 0. Scores By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NBA Eastern Division Semifinals New York 107, Philadelphia 98, best -of-7 series tied 2-2. ABA Eastern Division Semifinals Minnesota 114, Kentucky 108, Minnesota wins best-of-5 series 3-2 stapp, Albany 46-s,- 2. Frank Howard contributed a : homer and a run-scoirng single. i The Senators scored five runs I off Don Wilson in the second in- ;ning on a walk and five singles, ;the last a two-run hit by Dick Nen. Howard hit his second spring homer to lead off the jfifth and singled home a run in ;the seventh. Houston reached Barry Moore Dick Lltli«, San Saba 12-8; 2. Phol Letbe ! t»r, San Saba ! Bangs jl.9; 1. 'perauson, HamTln^ 5?.f; 11-6; 3. Cullln, Col»m«n 11 6; 4. Jomes J3. Hall, Robert Lef SJ.l; 4. Brewster, Smo|l*l, Albany, I Albany 52.2; $. Montgomery, Cross Plains 529; i. Copksey, San Saba 53.0. 720-YARD DASH-1. Strickland, Cross Plains 23.4; 2. Pruitl, Bangs 23.6; 3. Bolden, Hamiin 24.0; 4. Wiley, San Hamiin 4J-.4; 6. Evans, I Saba 24.2; 5. Whilaker, Robert Lee. er Buffalo to win an event. He Ea ,^ R -r- RELAY _,. Hsnvln < 5 . 5; t j^ SK'^^kl^U. 4. Cantu, San Saba Jim N»d 5:03.8; 6. Robert Ltt 5:(M,J. . i ii i*i i ii • I^M *»*iv i r*p* f ^ c v-*^ i -— i . rtetn in *^<^f «. «T'«f f. wagaeni «i tQOk the high hurdles in 15.7. Cross Plains 4i.9 3. Bangs 45.9; 4. San ! Rising Star 4:59.6; Bangs' Tommy Stephens won £ rb * «•»; *• Rob « rl Uw 4 '* ! «• Me ' | - 5:00 - 0; 5 - Hud " n the 440 as expected in 51.9 ancj , SBO-YARD RUN-I. Lpng, Rising star ' star, :for eight hits and four runs in i -Dick Uttle. Blanket's Lynn M.U- six innings with Dave Adlesh U-'^ell won the high jump with a driving in two runs. 5-6 effort. )hn nr-aorm milo rolav ' : '» 07 - 4; 2 - Chambers, Albany 2:03.0; ine uragon mile relay 3 . gppiar, santa Anna 3:08.2; 4. Eany, to an easy victory in 3:34.7. Bangs 2:09.1,- 5. Kincaid, Easti«nd 2: Raiinc' Cn^H t)^,,;(i „ i, _ - n ,1 W-*' <• Johnston, Cross Plains 2:10.1. Bangs bcott Pruitt chased, INTERMEDIATE HURPLES-I. oreen Strickland home in the 220 with j Rl «'"g Slar a - i; ?• ""ah«s, a 23.6. One of the meet's better performances was a l?-8 leap in the pole vault by San Saba's Large, MILE RELAY-). Bangs (Stephens, Bush, Pruitt, Nelson) 3:34.7; 2. Cross Plains 3:39.2; 3. Albany 3:40.5; 4, Robert L«« 3:«.6« i. H<fmlln 3:44.3; 6. Early 3:47.0. TEAM TOTALS: Cross Plains U%; Albany 68; Bangs 62; San Saba iO; RIs- POCTPHS ELLIS & ELLIS GtU III 645-OJ84 VOTE TARLTON FOR MAYOR 40V.) SPARE TIME INCOME Howard Johnson pistrJbuting Co. will appoint s utor for this area during th_e coining weefe to service and collect mo^ey from aew high quality vending machines. No selling. To qualify yoy must have car, references, 643 hoyrs p«r \v,eek §n4 $500 to $1900 cash. Nets excellent income—more full time. Financing available for once establish as a distributor. For pe ntnil intf ryitw* wiift l»> Tfiai 7520i< inclvdiiif lil«ph9Hf Tbe HQ*»r4 Jpbn*ou pisUibutinf Co- « 7.0043 6 P.R. \vhltewall tubdesr Fib-Type irtit deslffl plus ^2.36 Fed. 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