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Redlands Daily Facts 12-Mon. March 16.1964 U. R. track team defeats Claremont University of Redlands track- sters flashed to their third victory in dual meet competition Saturday by swamping Clare moot Mudd lOOVz to on the Bulldog ovaL The Redlands frosb completed the day with a 91-52 victory. Next week coach Ted Runner's UR team travels to meet powerful Occidental. The varsity division saw tu-o new records posted by the Bulldogs. Hurdler Mike Haworth whipped over the 330 yard intermediate sticks in 39.1 seconds and Tony Albin triple- jumped 45 feet, 5U inches for the second Bulldog mark. In the frosh division the UR's Elliott Mason lowered the 880 standard to 1:55.7. It was the second time he has run the half at the University. Kahele pole vaulted 13-6',i for the other new mark for the Bulldogs. Redlands swept the 440 with Jack Vanderknyff leading the way with a 48.3 time. Rich McDowell was second and Barry Pulliam took^ third for the sweep. Varsity 440 relay — Redlands (Albm, Beedy, Tomlia, VanderKnylf) 42.6. Mile — GoyeUe (R), Dequer (CM), Christians (R), 4:29.3. 440 — VanderKnyff (R), McDowell (R), Pulliam (R), 48.3. 100 — LaRock (CM). Strona (CM), Beedy (R), 10.0. 120HH — JlcCracken (R), Reay (CM), Chriswell (CM) 15.1. 880 — Wypcr (R), GiUipin (CM), Hoover (CM), 1:57.7. 220 — VanderKnyff (R), La Rock (CM). Beedy (R), 21.7. Int. hurdles — Haworth (R) Pulliam (R). Breyer (R), 31.1 2-Milc — Kennedy (R), Goyette (R), Christains (R). 9.45, Mile relay—Redlands (Beedy; Pulliam, McDowell, Vander­ Knyff) 3:19.1. Shot — Johnson (R), Vandergrift (CM), Moates (R), 5S-4H.. BJ — Albin (R), Luke (CM), Cardwell (CM), 22-UU. Jarvelin — Meyers (R), Colm (CM), Lincohi (R), 188-2. HJ—Edwards (R), McCracken (R), Luke (CM), 154-Hi. Triple jump — Albin (R), Luke (CM), Reay (CM), 45-5V4. Pole vault - Kirk (R), Spaulding (CM), Ue:. Rogan (CM) & McCracken (R), 14-6. Final score — Redlands lOOVi, Claremont-Mudd 44li. Frosh 440 relay—Redlands (Schauer, Cummins, Brandon, Mason) 44.0; Mile — Shirley (CM) 4:39.7; 440-Schauer (R) 53.5; 100 — Cummms (R) 10.3; 120- HH - Talbot (R) 16.1; 880 Mason (R) 1:55.7; 220 - Cummins (R) 22.4; inL hurdles — Schauer (R) 41.7; 2-MUe — Shirley (CM) 10:50.6; MUe relay — Redlands (Schauer, Cummins, Moore Maston; 3:23.7; Shot — Soloman (C.^I) 40-8%; HJ — Gendron (CM) 5-8; BJ— PhiUips (R) 20-4; Javelin — Gendoa (CM) 155-7; PV — Kukea (R) 13-6U; TJ — Her. skouitz (CM) 3S-SU; Discus — Solomen (CM) 96-5; Final— Redlands 91, Clarcmont-Mudd 52. SAILS OVER - University of Redlands high jumper Bill Edwords clears the bar at 6 feet, 4 inches to win the event during the Bulldog-Claremont Mudd meet Saturday on the UR oval. Coach Ted Runner's UR team scored a 1(X)Vi-44Vi win over tha visitors for their third straight dual meet victory. (Photo by Rick Wiedman) Angels take on Cubs for fourth time PAL5I SPRINGS. Calif. (UPI) —The Los Angeles Angels took on the Chicago Cubs today for the fourth time this spring in an c.\hibition baseball game. The Angels showed over the weekend they were a come- from-behind team — at least against the Cleveland Indians. In Saturday's game Los Angeles scored two runs in the 10th innmg to nip the Indians 4-3. Sunday, the Angels gave up seven runs in the second inning, and then came back to win it S-7 in the last frame. Errors by second baseman Bob Knoop and shortstop Joe Amalfitano enabled the Indians to send 12 men to the plate in the second against pitcher Dean Chance. The Angels collected 17 hits off Cleveland pitchers in the game, including a three-run four bagger by Lee Thomas. Blades prepare for final two games LOS ANGELES (UPI) - The Los Angeles Blades, now in third place in the Western Hockey League, returned here today to prepare for their final Hti season games—both against the San Francisco Seals. The Blades play at San Francisco Wednesday and return to take on the Seals here Saturday for their final league game. Los Angeles was shut out for the first time since Dec. 4 when Portland beat them 3-0 Saturday. SELL IT TOMORROW With low - cost Qasdfied Ad« GOING OUT - Bulldog Tony Albin went out 45 feet Sli inches for a new University of Redlands record in the triple jump Sahirday agoinst Claremont. Aloin also won the long jump with a 22-1 Hi effort. He will jump Saturday against Occidental on the Oxy field. (Photo by Rick Wiedman) Rodriguez 3-1 to beat Mims NEW YORK (UPI) - For mer welterweight champion Luis Rodriguez is favored at 3-1 to beat veteran &!iddle- weight Holley Mims in the week's outstanding fight Friday oigbt at Madison Square Garden although Rodriguez goes in as a substitute. The lO-rounder between "Banana Nose" Rodriguez of Miami Beach and 33-year-old Mims of Washington, D.C., will be televised nationally. Rodriguez is substituting for middleweight contender Joey Archer of New York, who suffered a four-stitch cut on his right brow in training. Whether Rodriguez wins or loses, he believes Friday's fight will help sharpen him for his attempt to win back the 147- pound crown from Emile Griffith of New York at Las Vegas, Scv., June 12. Slender Holley makes his third start of the year and seeks his 59th win—against 25 losses and sLx draws. Rodriguez has 54 wins and three losses. It will be his first sUrt of 19«. Archie Moore injured in auto accident S-W DIEGO, Calif. (UPI) Former light heavyweight boxing champion Archie Jloore, suffering irim back and leg injuries caused by an automobile accident, remained in satisfactory condition today at Doctors Hospital. Jloorp and a passenger in his car —boxer Charles Payne, 24. of Toledo. Ohio—were injured Saturday when their automobile was bit by an out-of-control car and plunged down a 10-foot embankment. Police said the driver of the other vehicle was Marine Pfc. Eddie Wallace Jr., 19, of Camp Pendleton. They said Wallace lost control of his car and swer\-ed into the left lane, hitting Moore's car head on. Hospital attendants said Moore, 47, was suffering from minor back and leg injuries and cats and bruises. They said X-rays showed no broken bones. Wallace suffered only minor bruises and was not hospital-, ized. U.R. netters win over senior veterans The University of Redlands Tennis team won a narrow 5U to 3^ victory Saturday on the Redlands courts over the Southern California Senior Veterans. John Yoemans def George McCall, National Senior Vets Indoor Doubles champion, 6-0 6-4; Rich Jlorriss lost to Bill Smith 7-9, 6-1 6-2; BiU Hoyt outlasted Jim Sato 10-8, 2-6 6-0; BiU Schoen def Nick Lavanair 1-6, 6-1 6-4; Steve Hamilton, lost to Ed Yoemans 6-2, 6-1; Steve Peacock def Jim Hobson 10-8, 7-5. In doubles, Morris-Yeomans def McCall-Smith 3-6, 6-4 6-3; The 1939 National Intercollegiate doubles champions Imhoff- Peacock demonstrated their continued supremacy in defeating the Redlands team of Hoyt- Peacock 4-6, 6-3 6-2; Schoen- Hamilton split with Yeomans and Ciano 8-6, 2-6. The Bulldogs will meet the Santa Barbara tennis team on the Redlands courts at 9:00 a.m. Tuesday. Jess Garcia noses out Olympic runner Jess Garcia an unknown from New Mexico nosed out an Olympic runner to win the Southern California Pacific Association 30 Kilometer cham pionship yesterday at the National Orange Show. The race was a stepping stone to the Western Hemisphere marathon in July which will see two men qualifying for the U. S. Olympic team. Garcia, recent graduate of New Mexico State University and now living in Long Beach ran the 18.641 course in 1:46.55. Garcia beat the pre-race favorite Bob Cons of C^llve^ City 1960 Olympic squad member who ran the course in 1:47.15. Placing third was Robert Carman of San Bernardino. NBA Standings Eastern Division W. L. Pet. .x-Boston 58 20 .744 CincmnaU 55 25 .688 Philadelphia 33 44 .429 New York 22 57 .278 Western Division W. L. Pet. .603 .577 JI9 .380 .282 San Francisco 47 31 St. Louis 45 33 Los Angeles 41 38 Baltimore 30 49 Detroit 22 56 x-Clincbed division title Sunday's Rtsults Boston 129 Baldmore 105 xVew York 139 Detroit 125 Cincinnati 124 St. Louis 101 Los Angeles 120 Philadelphia 95 Saturd»Y'$ KtstiUs Detroit 126 New York 124 St. Louis 118 Cincinnati IIO Philadelphia 128 Baltimore 122 San Francisco 111 Los Ang. 95 Alley polces three home runs Sunday By Unittd Press Inttmationai Home run hitting may be right up a certain Pittsburgh rookie's alley. Gene Alley of the Pittsburgh Purates that is. Alley, a 23 year-old shortstop who poked 19 four baggers last season for Columbus, the Bucs' International League affiliate, powered three home runs Sunday to lead his mates to a 15-7 victory over the Kansas City Athletics. Another rookie, outfielder Rex Johnston, gave added potency to Pittsburgh's attack by blasting two home runs. The Pirates have now produced 29 runs in two exhibition games. Alley, who hit his home runs m the second fifth and eighth innings to account for five nms batted in, has smashed four circuits in two games. Inasmuch as Pittsburgh finished eighth in home runs last season with a total of 108, Manager Danny Murtaugh can't help noticing anybody who is capable of occasionally reaching the seats. Spahn Wins Indestructible Warren Spahn picked up Slilwaukee's first vie tory by pitching three scoreless innmgs in a starting role to help the Braves blank the Washington Senators, 2-0. Another indestructible institution, the New York Yankees, didn't fare as well, bowing to the Baltimore Orioles, 10-1. The Orioles settled freshman Manager Yogi Berra's hopes of gaining his first victory early, tallying nine runs in the second inning. Southpaw ace Steve Barber took care of New York easily, blanking the Bombers with only one hit over the first three iimings to pick up the victory. In other grapefruit contests, the Cincinnati Reds launched a 17-hit attack to waUop the Chicago White Sox, 11-7, despite rookie inficlder Charlie Smith's two home runs in a losing cause; the Philadelphia Phillies topped the Houston Colts. 5-2 on rookie Richie Allen's three-run four bagger; Uie St. Louis Cardinals cashed in on sue errors to dott-n the New York Mets, 6-3; and the Mmnesota Twins defeated the Detroit Tigers, 9-6, with six runs in the seventh inning. Indians Down Cubs In the Cactus circuit, the Cleveland Indians beat the Chicago Cubs. 4-1. as rookie right­ hander Gordon Syefried gained the victory in a starting assignment with five scoreless innings; the Saa Francisco Giants scored their seventh ex- hibiUon victory, the most in the exhibition league, by topplmg the Boston Red Sox. 7-4, behind Bob Shaw's second win; and the Los Angeles Angels edged the Cleveland "B" team, 8-7, with a two-run rally in the ninth inning. The Los .Angeles Dodgers, playing their third exhibition game south of the border, sustained their first defeat against combined squads of Mexico City Reds and Tigers, 8-5, m a contest called in the bottom of the eighth inning because of| rain. The Mexican All-Stars effected the victory by snapping Terriers host Riverside in first league game Citrus Belt League baseball opens tomorrow at 3 p.m. with coach Joe DeMaggio's Redlands high Terrier playing host to Riverside Poly Bears. Game time win be 3 p.m. for all first round batties and 3:30 for the second hall of loop meetings. Probable starters for Redlands wiH be Arie Franken on the mound, Gordy Campbell behind the plate, Basil Lobaugh at first, Frank Lopez at second, Larry Ekema at third and Cieorge Bodgers at short Ron Garcia, Dan Finfirock and Gary Crowther are expected to roam the outfield for the BBS nine. San Bernardino high was picked by both the coaches and the writers to take first place in the CBL at the annual dinner held in Riverside at the Tava-Lanes. While the Redbirds were tabbed for the top spot Redlands was given the sixth place nod on both the ballots. In the vot- ing the coaches picked the fin ishers being San Bemardmo in this order, Chaffey, Fonlana, lUverside Poly, Colton, Redlands, Pacific and Bamona. The writers picked San Bernardino, Riverside, Chaffey, Colton and Fontana tied. Redlands and Pacific tied and then Ramona. Following tomorrow's game the Terriers will go to meet Colton on Friday. Colton won Uie 1963 CBL me. but the Jackets are expected to be hard pressed to repeat since southpaw Jay Dahl graduated and aiSi-CBh second baseman Dave Hardy broke his leg this year and is out for the season. In pre-league games Redlands lost to Bamona 1-0, lost to Eisenhower 2-0, defeated Rubidoux 11-9. downed Chino 3-1 and last Friday lost to Yucaipa 4-3 en a pop fly home run. This is coach DeMaggio's third year at the helm of the RHS nine. Redlands, Santa Monica netters divide honors a 44 tie in the seventh Inning with a four-run outburst against Dick Calmust Final workout for Dodgers VERO BEACH, Fla. (UPI)The Los Angeles Dodgers held Uieir final workout today before opening their spring exhibitioa grapefruit league season Tues day against the New York Mets in St. Petersburg, Fla. The world champions fell to tiie Mexico City AU-SUrs ^5 Sunday in the third and final game against the Latins. Three of the all-stars' nms were scored in the fourth toning on miscues by Ron Fairly and Tommy Davis. Sandy Koufax was scheduled to start for the Dodgers Tuesday against the Mets, and Don Drysdale is set to pitch against Baltimore Tuesday. Redlands Optimist Club jun ior tennis team split matches with the Santa Monica Juniors Saturday oa the Redlands courts. The ^Is won an im pressive 21 to 6 victory while the boys were bemg downed 31 to 12. The Santa Monica team, nine teen girls and twenty-three boys, came to Redlands as an official Junior High team in their school bus with their respective boys and girls coaches. The girls woa their singles matches 15 to 4, with Debbie Van losing to Betty Grubb 8-1; Lori Keefe tost to Barbara Grubb 8-2; Claire Curran lost to Vicky Clark 8-5; Peggy Schoen def Stephanie Nirenberg 8-2; Jill Hawes def Coolde Harris 8-2; Sandra Pratt def Anne Chase 8-1; Betsy Cook def Susan Marshall 8-0; Tina Bamett def Gail Stephan 8-1; Betty Hinckle def Jeannle Coustable 8-2; Diane Giiffitts def Andree Briere 8-2; Debbie Verdieck defj Kris Krueger 8-1; Diane Gibson def Judi Bloom 8-2; Carol Gaston def Eileen Edgerton 6-1; Susie FaUows def Barbie Aucb 6-1; Kathy Otterbeck def Debbie Capp 6-2; Janie Moore def Evelyn Rose 7-5; Gail Btllhardt lost to Diane Gary 6-3; Julie Nicholas def Gayle Goble 6-0; Cindy Pratt def Kay Crandall The girls doubles matches were won by Redlands 7 to 2. L. Bucs move aliead of Braves Musiah retired, still suits up By MILTON RICHMAN UPI SporH Writer ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (UPI) - Stan (The Man) Mu sial Is swinging the bat again but he'll drop it like a hot potato the first time anyone mentions the world comeback. "I've had it," emphasized the 43-year old rice president of the St Louis Cardinals. I wouldn't come back under any circumstances. I said I quit last year and it's important to me to keep my word. .-Uter all, I played pro baU 25 ears. That's a quarter of a century. I think I played to my maximum." Nevertheless, Musial still suits up in that familiar No. 6 uniform here in the Cardinals' training camp, takes his cuts at the plate and looks more dangerous up there than any other outfielder on the St Louis roster. "It doesn't mean anything, he said deprecatingly. "I'm only doing it to stay in shape. For what? Wants lo Keep Fit "WeU-1-1-1," he laughed, drawing out the word, possibly so he could think of a logical reason, "I like to stay in good condition — don't forget I have this job as special consultant to President Johnson on phj-sical fitness — and sometimes (Manager) Johnny Keane likes me to show the kids." Musial can still show them. He admits be feels "kinda funny" putting on a uniform now. "I prefer to stay in civvies and I will most of the time but ooce in awhile I get the itch. "I started feeling real good up there hitting in the cage just now. So good that I quit Musial laughed again. In the Cardinals' 1964 sketch book, he is listed simply as vice president He will be more than that, however. W.tehM Cardirial HiHers Present plans call for him to make the first western swing with the club when the season opens next monUi and he'll be keeping his eyes on all the Cardinal hitters. •^tan is bound to be a big help in that capacity," Keane explains. "When I or one of our coaches try to tell a hitter what he's doing wrong, he'll merely listen politely. But when a fellow like Musial tells him, you can bet the message will gel through." At 184 pounds, Musial is only two or three pounds heavier than he was when the 1963 season ended. The middle-age spread stJU hasn't gotten a grip on him and there are relatively few vice presidents in the land who can out-run him although he never won any medals for the 100- yard dash even in his hey-day but Stan draws back in horror at the thoajht of ever retnm -i ing to the active list "Never again," he stM. shak- mg bis head. Even in an emergency? someone asked. Even in an emergency," be repreated. "Heck, we have a lot of good young outfielders on this ciub. I've had my day." Musial did indeed. And what a day it was. By Unitad Pr*M Inttmationai Roofcia goalie Dave Kelly's record - 'breaktog performance has given the Portland Buckaroos another edge in their fight with Los Angeles for second place in the Western Hockey League. The 20-year-old star, who took over the net when regular goalii Doti Head was injured early in the season, lost his bid for four, straight shutouts when Vancouver got one by him in the dosing minutes of the final period Sunday. However, Portland won the contest. 4-1 and KeUy had new WHL record for longest shutout time in minutes — 235 minutes and 22 seconds. The old mark of 183 minutes and 34 seconds was set by Jerry Cotnoir for Victoria in the 1950-Sl season. The victory moved the Bucks two points ahead of the Los Angeles Blades, who have only two games remaining in the season whfle Portland has Uiree. Tlie Portland-Vancouver game was the only one on Sunday's schedule, and all six teams are idle Monday. The Portland team scored four goals before Vancouver's George Ford ended Kelly's scoreless streak. The Bucks took a 3-0 lead in the first period on goals by Tommy McVie, rookie Bob Ertel and defensemaa Jack Bionda and went ahead 4-0 on a goal by Gerry Goyer in the third period. Track meet at Colton Tuesdoy Redlands high track and field team ndll b« after Citnu Belt League wis stunber two tomorrow when they meet CoUoo Keefe-P. Schoen lost to Gnibb- Grubb 8-0; J. Hawes-C. Curran def Clark-Nurenberg 8-3; S. Pratt-B. Ckwk def Harris-Chase 8-5; T. Bamett-B. Hinkle def Marshall-Stephan 8-1; D. Griffitts-D. Verdieck def Constable- Brierc 8-1; . D. Gibson-V. Bruckart def Gettle - Edgerton 8-3; J. Moore-K. Otterbeck defj Copp-Auch 6-0; G. Billhardt-B. Dombach lost to Rose-Gray 6-3; C. Pratt-P.Palmer def Goble- CrandaU 6-1. The boys team lost their team match 31 to 12. For various reasons, some without reasons, eleven ol the first twenty- three boys on the Redlands team failed to show up to com- tpete, coach Jim Verdieck said. For this reason, lower members of the competitive ladder filled in for the absentees. Coming through with a fine effort was Larry Eckrote, the 39th member on the Redlands ladder, playing the 23rd boy from Santa Monica and winning 6-3. Boys singles results had Dick Bohmstcdt def John Fort 6-3 7-5; Randy Verdieck def Steve Doerrer M, 6-0; John Jimenez lost to Dan Shakelfort 6-4; 6-3; Jim Brown lost to John Dcy 6-2, 6-1; Billy Berg split with Lee Merry 10-8, 2-6. David Bohmstedt lost to Ed BeBus 6-2; 6-2; Ricky Gearhart lost to Lon Porter 6-2; Tom FaUows lost to Bill Allen 6-1; Gib Brown lost to Robt Probst 6-1; Ian Davis lost to David Wiel 6-3; John Bufiington lost to Dolph Hatch 6-3; Gary Palmer def Dan Blake 6-2; Kerry Dunn lost to Jeff 'Scott 6-2. Mark MUes lost to Greg Pittman 6-0; Steve BaU def Greg Jackson 6-4; Greg Hardy lost to Randy NUes 6-0; Ted HiU lost to Claries Drehat 6-0; John Rundle lost to Fat Laverty 6-3; Jack Larson lost to David Wright 6-1; Dick Cook lost to Steve Reuben 6-2; Jimmy Gaston lost to Ed Brewer 6-4; Don Dickey lost to Bill Wood 6-2; and Larry Eckrote def Jim Covert 6-3. The Juniors will begin their year-end tournament next Saturday during their regularly scheduled practice time of 9:00 a.m. on their assigned courts, boys at the University, girls at Cope and all begmners and learners at the High School. Bruins dump San Francisco in 76-72 tilt By United Press Intamatienal UCLA hopes to sign it "SO-* as an end to a perfect season at the NCAA basketball touma* ment climax in Kansas City this weekend. The Bruins, having eltmated San Francisco, 76-72, in Uie Far West regionals last Saturday, enter the cruicial phase of the 1964 games wita a 28-0 record. They play Kansas State in the national semifinals Friday night and if successful move to the tiUe round against the win- |ner of the Michigan-Duke game on Saturday. If UCXA wins the championship, it will finish the campaign with a 30-0 record. Kansas State captured the Midwest regionals with a 94-88 win over Wichita at Wichita, Kan.; Duke demolished Coonec- Ucut, 101-54, in the Eastern finals at Raleigh, N.C., and Michigan stopped Ohio University, 69-57, in the Mideast final at Minneapolis. NZU Advances In the National Invitation Tournament at New York, New York University advanced to the semifinal round with a surprise 79-66 win over top-seeded DePaul and Bradley joined the Violets in this bracket by edging St Joseph's (Pa.) 83-81. Advancing to the quarter-finals were Army with a M-62 squeaker over St. Bonaventure and Drake with an 87-82 triumph over Pittsburgh. Rockhurst College of Kansai (Sty stunned defending champion Pan American (Tex.), 66-56, to van the NAIA tournament. The NC.'\A semifinal at Kansas City is an aUruund grudge gambit. UCLA defeated Kansas State earlier this season and Michigan took the measure of Duke in a previous encoanter when the Blue Devils were experimenting with defensive systems. All American Walt Hazzard and Gail Goodrich. UCLA's Brilliant backcourt tandem, proved too much for San Francisco, which handed the Bruins their last defeat m an NC.\A consolation round last year. Hazzard scored 25 points, 14 in the second half to help erase San Francisco's 36-28 halftime lead and end the Dons' 19-game winning streak. Stop Wichita Kansas State used an effective 1-3-1 defensive zone that stopped everyone but All America Dave Stallworth. who registered 37 points for Wichita. Willie Murrell led a balanced Wildcat attack with 28 points. Four teammates scored in double figures as Kansas-State won its 13th straight game this season. Duke moved into the semifinals for the second consecutive year. Jeff MuUins tallied 30 points against Connecticut, which had previously upset Temple and Princeton. The Blue Devils, hoping to better their third place finish ia the 1963 tourney, rapped out a 62-27 halftime lead that ended Connecticut's chances of advancement Cazzie Russell refused to be stopped by an injured ankle and went out to score 25 points for Michigan. Bill BunUn added 15 points for the Wolverines to help halt Ohio Univerdty dream of a tiUe, especially after the Bobcats bad upset Kentucky last Friday night In regional consolation games; East — VBlanova defeated Princeton, 74-62; Mideast —Loyola of Chicago beat Kentucky, 100-91; .Midwest — Texas Western downed Creighton. 6352; West — Seattle trounced Utah Stale, 88-78. TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or ap° pliances will find a ready market Uirough Classified Ads. Jackets oa the CoUoa oral The first field event will start at 3 p.m. Cocah Bin Cunningham's thin- clads defeated Pacific high in the first league meet of the season Friday. Redlands is the defending league champion. FUTUSE FORD?—Coach "Whitey Ford supervises workout of Greg Wilde, recruit left-hander, at the New York Yankees' early instructional camp in HoDywood, Fla. The front office hopes that some of Ford's pitduog magic ruhs oS on the youngster.

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