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Redlands cracks three records in swim meet By JOHN W. LENKER Redlands High School swim team splashed to a 72-23 vie tory over Riverside Poly Bears yesterday in the Bear's pool. Redlands' performance was strengthened by school records by Garth Huffaker, Dave Scott, and Jim Gardner. Huffaker bettered the school mark in the 200 yard individual medley with a time of 2:17.8. Scott lowered the record in the 400 yard freestyle by more than eight seconds as he was clocked in 4:27.7. Gardner swam the 100 j-d. breaststroke in 1:10.4 for a new BHS record. Riverside's powerful Class B team drubbed the Terriers 70-7 as Bob Trcadway was the lone winner for Redlands, winning the 100 yd. breaststroke. Poly proved superior in Oass C al^ so by winning handily 52-24, Class C winners for Redlands were Randy Starbuck, FUp McGowan twice, and Don Acheson. Double winners in Class A for Redlands were Bill Brandcn- berger, Huffaker, and Don Battersby. Brandenberger won the 100 yd. butterfly and the 200 yd. freestyle; Huffaker won the 200 yd. individual medley and the 100 yd. backstroke; Battersby won the 50 and 100 yd. freestyle events. Tomorrow the Terriers battle the Cbaffey Tigers in a meet that will probably decide the championship of the CBL. Meet time is at 6:30 p.m. at the University of Redlands pool; the public is invited and there is no admission charge. Results- Varsity Redlinds 72-23 Riverside Poly 200 yd. medley relay: Red- lands fPatella, Lenker, Brand enberger, Gardner) 1:51.6. 200 yd free: Brandenberger (R) 2:06.0; 2nd Mann (RP); 3nl Clark (HP). 50 yd. free: Battersby (R) 24.1; 2nd Kackley (R); 3rd Gardner (R). 200 yd. ind. med: Huffaker (R) 2:17.8 (new record); 2nd Baross (RP); 3rd Scott (B). Diving: Parks (RP); 2nd Evans (RP); 3rd Smith(R). 100 yd. butterfly: Brandon berger (B) 56.4; 2nd Melcher (B): 3rd Cook (RP). 100 yd. free: Battersby (B) 54.6; 2nd Kackley (R); 3rd Baross (RP). 100 yd. back: Huffaker (R) 1:04.6; 2nd Patella (R); 3rd Melcher (R). 400 yd. free: Scott (R) 4:27.7 Seattle stiH has chance for playoffs By United Press Interpatienil Seattle still had a mathemati cal chance to wind up in the Western Hockey League play, offs, but don't bet on it Los Angeles (68 points) and San Francisco (67 points) close out their season against each other Saturday night while the Seattle team (62 points) has three games left and could theoretically sneak in with a sweep. Portland Wednesday night made Seattle's task practically impossible and also cinched a playoff spot with a 4-3 tougbie against the scrappy Seattle team. A crowd of sisi showed up at Portland for that one. San Francisco, meanwhile, kept Los Angeles nervous with Instead of puffing tfiey go fishing By OSCAR FRALEY UPi Sperti Writer JIIAMI (UPI) — In the old days they would have be«i practicing their putting until dark for comparative peanuts. But now, as they &iished a practice round for the $50,000 Doral Open golf championship, mountainous George Bayer and portly Julius Boros tortured the springs on a caddy cart by climbing aboard and heading (new record); 2nd Oark (RP), ^ J-* decision over the Blades 3rd EisHiberg (R). 'before 6-637 dehehted Cow Pal- 100 yd. breast: Gardner (R) 1:10.4 (new record); 2nd Mun^ necke (RP); 3rd Lenker (R). 200 yd. free relay: Redlands (Huff acker, Scott, Battersby, Kackley) 1:37.6. Class B (Redlinds place winners shown) Redlands 7-70 Riverside Poly 200 yd. free: 3rd Williams. 50 yd. free: 3rd Fisher. 100 yd. breast: 1st Treadway 1:17.0. Class C (Redlands place winners shown) Redlands 24-52 Poly 50 yd. free: 2nd Davenport. 100 yd. ind. med: 1st Starbuck 1:18.2. 50 yd. butterfly: 1st JIcGoAvan 29.7. 100 yd. free: 1st Achcson. 50 yd. back: 3rd Burgess. 50 yd. breast: 1st McGowan. At Empire Bowl: Service League High Game — Howard Burk art 229, Series — Les VanDu-, sen 611. 200 Club — Les Van D u s e n 207, Scotty Gates 202, Bob . Bruckart 211, Howard Burkart 229, BUI Gregory 200, Don Hunt 201, Lou Vogt 209, Bob Emmer. son 212, Carson Kilday 202, Hank Emeriek 202, Bob Wagner 204, Cari Redmond 216. Standings: Exchange Club 7042, Optimist Club One 68',-!-43'/i, YBC 61',i-50!i, Elks Club 61V4- 50Vi, Yucaipa Rotary 56 - 56, Redlands Rotary 55-57, Evening Kiwanis 49'^-62 '2, Yucaipa Ki wanis 45',c-66 '3. Optimist Two 4GV2-65Vi:. Jaycees 46-65. Empire Majors High Game — Ed Closson 255, Scries — Bob Castillo 655. 200 Club — Bill Nottingham 214, Dan Bartolomci 211. Jerry Terpcning 215, J. White 218, Bob CastiUo 217, Bob Phelps 214, Lua Green 213, Dick Gnehm 213, CHiuck Dundas 213, Jerry Bullock 232, Ray Pirrung 210. Don Warren 220. Huck Houchin 231, Leo Puchalski 206, Ed Clos " son 206, George Lincohi 231. Gene Nottingham 236, Dwane Sauvage 213, Bob Dietrich 203, Phil Sotello 202, Clint Burson 232, Rich Sspulveda 224, Roman Swantek 207. Standings: CuUigans SB-ZiM, Skyberg Const. 47V4-33V*, Ells Healing iTA-Zi\i, State Farm Ins. 42-39, Km'ghts Flying A 41 40, Bill Youngs Service 41-40, Steakeaters Inn 39^i-41 '/3, Jet Music Co. 32-49, Burgcsons Heating 30'4-50VS, Wallcn Pontiac 27H-53Vi. Yucaipa Womans Club High Game and Scries — Georgia Mihicr 216, 562. 200 Club — Georgia Jlitoor 216. Martha Green 200. Standings: Save U More Stations 50!^-24ii, Kivelt Real Estate 48-27, Kerns Market 46-29, Hals Gals 46-29, Llama Turkey Ranch 44-31, Corinnes Smart Shoppe 43-32. Huffman Tile Co. 40Vi-34;i, Oak Glenn Eggs 3936, Jims Barber Shop 36-39, Calimesa Builders 35-40, Chemical Exhaust, 331i-41»i, Mikes Barber Shop 32-41, La PeUte 31-44, Rowells 31-44. Morbitzers BBQ 25V4-49V4, Nash Cleaners 20-55. Forester Mixed League High Game — Max Myers 216, Mary Melcher 193, Series — Bob Compton 554, Mary Melcher 493. 200 aub — Mas Myers 216, Larry Karr 203. Standings: Swing a Longs 5941, Hill Benders 57V4-42H, Toppers 55VS-44V3, Robins Hoods 53VS-46V3, Wistful Four 50 - 50, Slow Starters 49-51, Hootnannies 47-53, We Four 46-53;3, Four, Restors 44-56, Four Pine Cones| 38-62. Freeway Dodgers High Game — Jim Holden 224, Lucy Koopraan 207, Series —i Andy Sherrer 598, Lucy Koopman 541. 200 Club — Bob Lawrence 212, Don Warren 224, Frank Sorenson 201, Carl Huckaby 200,' Norm Parker 204, Bob Nottingham 208, Lucy Koopman 2 0 7, Bin Lutes 223. Gale Paxton 223, Jim Holden 224, Andy Scherrer 212. Standings: Gairs Men Shop 5130, First American Title 51-30, Redlands Three Minute Car Wash 49 %-3m, Richies Steak Hoiue 42H -38». Emmersons 42 39, The Pantry 4l«,-39!c, Dutch Giri 40^-40%, Pinkys 39%-41V4, Sorensons 36-45, Ronda Susse.\ 33-48, Jims Chevron 31V4-49V4, Huiskens 28-53. Wednesday Niters Mixed High Game — Ray Pirrung 235, Mary Lou Backner, Fenna Gipson 195, Series — Ray Pir^ rung 630, Fenna Gipson 529. 200 aub — Hugh Backner 209, Ray Pirrung 235, Dave Ander^ son 200, Joe English 200, Bud Jenson 217, Del Fandrich 212, Hassie Hensley 222, Jim Hensley 231. Standings: Babcock (Construction 49-32, Sedgwick Arnegard 48'/:-32',-:, Jacmto and Son 4833, CWT Rec. Club 48-33, Farmers Ins. 42-39. Nance Engineers 41i.i-39'.i, Save U More 40 '-2 40>r. Corrigan Chevron 37 44, The Foursome 3SH-44',i, Du perron Sprinklers 34i.-i-46',<:, Bills Douglas 33'-:-47',^, Fishermans Retreat 27-54. Wednesday Ladies Handicap High Game — Dot Weiss 211, Series — Lucille Jliddleton 530. Standings: Garvey Motors 67 41, Ells Belles 64-44,- Harolds Shows 62-4514, Sally Shops SS-AAS'/i, JoNanns 56V2 - 6U4, Wayne Gossett Ford 55-53, A & P Auto Parts 52Wi-S5'.4, The Sleepers 52-55%, The Red Bam 42-66, The Gay 90's 2914- 78V4. 800 Handicap High Game — Floyd Lee 232, Series — Ray Painter 594. 200 Club — Emmet Baack 216, Ira Anthony 215, Floyd Lee 232, Fred Bandel 221, Dave Dietzel 213, Ray Painter 210, George Andrews 200, Dick Marchese 221, Don Hudcc 204. Standings: Calimcsa Pharmacy 28-12, American Furniture 24Vi-15'.4, Carmi and Marchese 23-17, Jacinto and Son 22-18, Hermans Furniture 21t^ - 18^, Redlands Sanitation 18-22, Unit cd Citrus 16\4-23 ',3, Gutter Tramps 16-24, Walts Carpet Showroom 15'.4-24',4, Cookson 1525. At Tri City Bowl: Rainbirds Ladies League High Game and Scries — Georgia Slitaer 175, 448. Standings: The Gooters 64'.4- 39'i, Tri City Terrors 61-43, Boo Boos 57V2-46V4, Sparetim^ ers 53V4-50'.i, The Spoilers 4361, Odd Strikers 32Vi-71Vi. Six League High Game and Series — Clay Granger 246, 643, Julie Granger 174, 492. 200 Club — Ed Applegate 200, Ivan Buck 203, Clay Grange er 211. Standings: Hill view Apartments 28-1514, Team Four 27H-16Vi, Roys Barber Shop 2321, Team Five 22-22, Team Six 16-28, Four B's 15-29. Mixed League High Game — Pete Castro 215, Ruth Riley 200, Series — Pete Castro 572, Ruth Riley 467. 200 Club — C. Brooks 210, R. Riley 200, P. Castro 215, R. Coney 207. Standings: Team Four 26-14, Spradco 25-15, Elks 583. 21-19, Team Three 19-21, El Matador 17-23, Specialty Shop 12-28. Wednesday Scratch Trio High Game — J. Coleman 233, Series - H. Wikert 606. 200 Club — J. Coleman 233, H. Wikert 222, L. Gray 214. Standings: Mikes Barber Shop 27-17, A and P Auto Parts 2S- 18, Three Aces 23-21, Team before 6,637 deUghted Cow Pal ace fans. Portland grabbed a 4-1 lead after two stanzas as Dick Van Irape hit a pair and smgles by Tommy McYie and Tom McCarthy. But Seattle came roaring back in the third stanza when Bill McFarland and Bill Carter each scored and a besieged Buck goahe Dave Kelly blocked 13i shots. Seattle is at Vancouver Fri day, hosts Portland Saturday and Vancouver Sunday. San Francisco put on one of^ the most impressive scoring blitzes ever seen in the Western Hockey League with five goals in 9:43 of the first period. Threej of them came in a 1 minute 11 second span. Charley Bums scored the hat trick and Len Haley added two, more—all in the first period. Los Angeles scored two easy goals against the gambling Seal offense and added one more in Uie second stanza. San Francisco iced the contest with a pair of third stanza goals. for the eighth hole. Only they were going fishing in the lake bordering that piece of golfing real estate. "Nobody," said Boros, the 1963 U. S. Open champion and golfer of the year, "extends himself in the winter these tour has been this far into the season without somebody bav- mg been hog oiough to win at least two tournaments. Right now, nobody has won more than one. Jack Nicklaus, who with Arnold Palmer composes with current golddust twins of the fairway, has won only one event. Palmer hasn't cracked through at all. It is, according to Boros and Bayer, a combination of many events. Palmer has quit smoking, quipped Bayer. "Nicklaus has gone fishing like us. And Gary Player is counting his money.' "None of us are really playing," interjected Boros as he tied a yellow feather on the end of his Ime. "Palmer just isn't days." It has been years since the!hitting it- Nicklaus rested and|Billy Vessels, hasn't really played enough. Take a look at that summer schedule and you'll msderstand why nobody is honing his razor too sharp right at the moment" The reason, as you might guess, is the bundle of Yankee dollars pQed up in. those sum mer tournaments. A pro-am tournament teed off the festivities at Doral Wednesday and while Perry Como withdrew in a huff after a pre- toumament beef about bemg kept waiting for a practice round, the star - studded field included such as Mickey Mantle of the New York Yankees, comedian Bob Hope, stoneface Ed Sullivan, singer Gordon Mac Rae, Elliott Roosevelt, and footballers George Slira and Yet as BoFos and Bayer pointed out between casts under a red - streaked evening sky, nobody is turning on the heat just yet "In a period of about two months this summer," big George grunted, "We're gonna be playing for about $740,000. It's $70,000 at Indianapolis, $100,000 m the Thunderbird, $5, 000 in the Buick, $90,000 in the Open, $100,000 at Cleveland, $125,000 at \Vhitemarsh, and S200.000 at Carling. "Man,i' he sighed, "How I wish I could putt" At which pomt Boros had strike and they forgot all about golf and its never torturing big money payoff — for about 30 blissful seconds. Redlanders to beinSherifTs Rodeo parade Hunting seasons recommendations due April 3 Hunting regulations for the coming year will be the subject of a series of three public meetings of the California Fish and Game Commission, the Department of Fish and Game announced this week. The process for the Commission's adoption of hunting regulations has been set up by the State Legislature and enacted into law. The first of the three meetings, at which the Commission will receive hunting recommendations from governmental or private groups, and individuals, will be held April 3, 10 a.m., main floor auditorium, 722 Cap ilol Mall, Sacramento. The DFG's recommendations will be made at this meeting. Anyone may submit recom mendations regarding hunting seasons and bag L'mits for 196364 April 3, or in writing to the Commission prior to the meeting. At the second public meeting, set for April 24 in San Diego, the Commission will select and announce tlxos& regulations which it tentatively plans to adopt The third and final public meeting will be held May 29 in Los Angeles, and the Coromis sion will adopt hunting regula tions for 1963-64 at this meeting. Archers plan Sunday shoot Graybacfc Mountain archers will hold their first club shoot at their new range at the end of County Line road in Yucaipa on Sunday, it was announced today. Entries will start at 11 a.m. and close at 1 p.m. All archers in the Redlands-Yucaipa area are invited. Redlands will be represented by two mounted groups and twi individual entries in the Sa Bernardino County Sheriff's Ro deo parade, largest and ra o s spectacular western parade the state, an annual special event set for Sunday to mark the closing day of both the weekend championship Sheriff Rodeo and the 1964 season the National Orange Show in San Bemardmo. Between 25 and 30 members of the Redlands Foothill Riders will be participating under the direction of President Bud Mil ler. Neva Miller is secretary of the Riders; Lloyd Power is vice president and Einie Hollenbaugb is treasurer. The thirty members of th Redlands Legionettes, Post 650, will be another colorful Red lands group as it parades im der the du-ection of Pete Zava la and Drill Sergeant Virginia Leon. The Legionettes captured first award for drill in the Cm CO de Mayo celebration. Two individual parade entries from Redlands are Ronald and Robyn Garrett. The parade gets under wa 'Sunday noon, moving from down town San Bernardino to th scene of rodeo action that im mediately follows in the Orange Show stadium. Participants com pete for trophies and ribbon awarded in 29 parade classes. Thrills and spills are prom ised fans as top cowboys of the nation go into competitive ac tion at the 8th annual champion ship Sheriff's Rodeo set for p.m., Saturday and Sunday aft eraoon, March 21 and 22, final weekend entertainment attrac tion at the National Orange Show. The officially R.C.A. sane Uoned rodeo is sponsored by the San Bernardino County Sheriffs Employes Benefit Association with proceeds earmarked for this group's charitable projects. Hanover conies from behind to win ARCADIA (UPI)— GBdden Hanover, driven by Eddie Wheeler, came from behind upset over favored Hasti Jim Wednesday to score a major in the featured Del Mar Trot at Santa Anita. Glidden Hanover, clocked in 2:03 1-5 for the distance, re turned $25.60 for the win. Ex press Rodney finished third in the day's top event WHL standings W LTPfsGFGA Denver 44 23 2 90 269 200 Portland 33 29 6 72 226 221 Los Angeles 30 31 8 68 211 242 San Fran. 32 34 3 67 226 255 SeiiUe 28 33 6 BZ 237 218 Vancouver 24 41 3 51 220 253 Wednesday's Results San Francisco 7 Los Angeles 4 Portland 4 SeatUe 3 Thursday's Schedule No games scheduled. Trout plant in local waters San Bernardino County: Cua- monga Creek, Arrowhead Lake, Deep Creek, Gregory Lake, Green Valley Lake, LyUe Creek (middle and north forks). Mandata Retires ARCADIA, Calif.-(NEA) Mandate broke a right fore sesamoid in the Santa Anita Handicap and has been retired. He was EUnendorf's handicap runner. Four 20-24, Woods Rentals 18V4- 25 '/3, team Two 17V5-26Va. Polo tourney under way PALM DESERT (UPI) -Victories were scored by Nogales, Sonora, Mexico, and Santa Rosa, Wednesday in the opening matches of the Pacific Coast 12- goal open pob competition. Nogales, led by Alberto Muller who tallied four goals, defeated Tucson, Arir., 8-6. Santa Rosa won by default from Hermosillo, Sonora. Mexico, at the end of the fourth chuk- ar due to a broken foot suffered by Capt Julio Mullcr of the Mexico team. m OR 6ETTE By JULIUS BOROS ^iiijS. OPEN CHAMPION 9 — Knee Flex The open stance is formed by drawing the left foot hack from the line of flight This causes the hips and body to face slight ly to the left The closed stance is made by drawing the right foot back from the line of flight This swmgs the hips and body somfr what to the right. I use the square stance be cause that makes it easier for me to control the ball. I can get the right amount of turn from the square stance and con tact the ball squarely. I've experimented with the closed stance, but I have found that it makes me hook. To rae, the open stance restricts the backswing because your arms are blocked by your Iwdy when it is turned. As a result tJjree is a tendency to produce more of an outside-in arc. I seldom use an open stance except on short iron shots when I am pitching to the green. In assuming your stance, first make sure your feet are lined up with the Ime of flight and pointed outward to the degree you intend them to be. Then make sure that your weight is distributed evenly on the feet That brmgs us back to that important element of balance. As your stance becomes na' tural with you, you can learn to automatically check this weight distribution as you start to address the ball. Your stance should become as grooved as your swing. (From the book. -Pjr Golf er Better" toy Julius Boros. Copyright by PrenUu-BaU. Inc., Englewood ClUCi, Dodgers to host Braves WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (UPI)—Larry Sherry and Pete Richert were slated to pitch for the Los Angeles Dodgers today in an exhibition game against the host Milwaukee Braves. The Braves were scheduled to send Warren Spahn and Tony Clonmger to the mound against the visitors. The Dodgers won their second Grapefruit League contest in as many outings Wednesday by downing the Baltimore Orioles, 1, before 2,586 fans at Holman Stadium in Vero Beach, Fla. JULIUS BOROS finds that an open stance restricts his backswias. Junior ski meet at Squaw Valley SQUAW VALLEY, Calif. (UPI)—The 10 kilometer cross country race is today's feature in the National Junior Ski Championships. Jumpers also will take prac tice rounds on the 45 meter hill. Wednesday Harry "Rebel" Ryan of Rutiand, Vt., and 15- year-old Vickie Jones, Tahoe City, Calif., wrapped up the boys' and girls' downhill tiUes. Ryan won Uie rugged 26-gate course which drops 1,550 vertical feet in 82.1 seconds. In second place was Jamie Paul of Seattle, Wash. Miss Jones and two of her Far West Ski Association teammates made a clean sweep in the girls' event The winner's time was 85.4 seconds, one-tenth of a second faster than Kathy Allen of San Pedro, Calif. In third place was Bobin Morning, Santa Monica, Calif., with a time of 86.5. The championships end Saturday afternoon. Paul is favored to capture the giant slalom which will be run on the north ridge of Ward Peak here Friday. Dennis Hare wins Yucaipa player award Yucaipa High Basketball star Dennis Hare received the award as the most valuable player at the annual Thunderbird sports banquet this week. Hare, a forward on the T- Bird Desert Valley League champions cage squad, was al so named co-captain along with Jerry Priebe. It was disclosed that the 6-2 Hare, the DVL scoring king at 26.6 per game was also named to the all-Cali /oiTiia Interscholastic Federation CHass AA first team receiving the highest number of votes for a forward so honored. Other Yucaipa awards went to Dave Sorenson (basketball) as the most improved and Dick Smith (OTestling) a 130 pounder who placed first in the CIF freelance tourney was named the most valuable wresUer. Redlands Daily Faefs Thyn. Mir. t?, 1964-13 Jim Piersall to entertain PALM SPRINGS (UPI)-Jim Piersall, working hard this spring to nail down a spot in the Los Angeles Angels' out field for 1964, will draw from his often eccentric diamond routines April 10 when he enter- 685 bears bagged in Califomia during season Hunters bagged 685 bears in CaUfomia during the 19S3-64 season compared to 594 a year ago and an average bag of 806 per year over the past five years, the DFG reported Uiis week. The stati'stics are compiled annually by the DFG from the tags returned to the Department Three new county records were established, in Calaveras (14 bears taken). Placer (38), and Sierra (23). Previous highs were equalled in Alpine (8), Mono (4) and Riverside (1). The Department began keeping records of the number of bear taken when Uie bear tag law went into effect in 1957. .. An estimated 26.000 bear tagi were sold during the season compared to 25.635 for 1962-63. Sixty-eight per cent of the bear taken were bagged during the deer season. This is one per cent less Uian each of the two prior years. A recent questionnaire to successful bear hunters indicated that 52 per cent of the bear were taken with the use of trained bear dogs. Changes of areas hunted, amount of hunting pressure and tocation of bear during the season are all important factors in the success of the season. For this reason Uie DFG said, the changes in the number taken in a county do not neces- sarDy indicate population increase or decreases. Hannum named Coach of Year tains at Uie Baseball Writers' dinner in Hollywood. Angels to play Giants PHOENIX, Ariz. (UPI) —The Los Angeles Angels were scheduled to play the San Francisco Giants today in their first exhibition baseball meeting of the spring season. Bo BeUnsM was slated to take the mound for Los Angeles. Th Angels squeezed by the Hawaii Islanders of the Pacific Coast League in Indio, Calif.. Wednesday by a score of 8 - 7. The parent club utilized four rookie pitchers. NEW YORK (UPI) - Alex Hannum of San Francisco, the man who converted high scoring Wilt Chamberlain into a top playmaker, has been named UPI "Coach of The Year" in the National Basketball Association. Hannum received 20V4 first- place votes firom 25 sports writers who regularly covered NBA games during the season. Jack McMahon of the Cincinnati Royals polled 2i4 votes and one each went to Arnold (Red) Auerbach of the Boston Celtics and Charley Wolf of Uie Detroit Pistons. The knowledgable Hannum, a former NBA star, began working on Chamberlain at the start of the season and big Wilt's giant arm span made him a natural to fake a shot and handoff instead. The Warriors became a coordinated unit that replaced a one-man scoring machine and rose to the top of the Western Division standings. Hannum wUl be presented with a UPI trophy during the league playoffs. II East Stat* Street — Redlands — 7?3-2505 SEE & TRY RCA COLOR TELEVISION Autherixed RCA Sales & Service 508Oran9e PY 3-2743 ArroW'Sltm. ., und tough as hickory! WHITE LEVI'S in Heavyweight Corduroy Ton "11 score high on style vith America's most-vanted pants —slim, hrim WHITE LEVI'S, tailored in Uie favorite sportswear febric of the season—heavyweight all-cotton cordumy. You'll Tear (Jordaroy WHITE LEVI'S eremrhere—in school and oat Get a eouple af pain—at joor favorite store—now 1

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