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Cope, Redlands teams dominate track meet Cope and Bedlands Junior high track teams dommated the annual five way meet at Cor ona High yesterday to complete the ninth grade season. Cope won the meet with 64 points followed by Redlands with 3Ui., Apple VaUey 11, Corona 10 and Norco iM. Coach Jim Sciibners Cope runners won seven events and Bedlands. coached by Dick Verdon the otlier four but Cope bad the depth to take the victory. Redlands won three out o£ four field events and the 1320 yard run. Sprinter Bob Manning of Cope continued his domination of the short aces by winning the 100 in 10.4. Gary Gay of Bedlands was fourth in 10.6. Manning won the 180 dash in 18.6. New school records set by the Cope thinclads were: Lynn Bethurum in the high jump with a 5S\i mark; Bmce Free man 70 yard high hurdles in lO.l, Mannings 10.4 100 dash; and Dean Means tied the record of 14.7 in the low hurdles. Dennis Kessler of Redlands cleared the pole vault at 10 feet one-half inch for a new school recod. Bill Burke of Cope turned in a fine 1:31.9 clocking in the 660 but did not match his record setting time of 1:30.2 set last week in the optimist meet. Danny Smith of Bedlands turned in a tremendous 19-7 mark in the long jump. Results: 10 Shot Put — Gary Gay (R) 43'5V4", Bob Manning (C), Barstch (Cor.), Kashirky (C). Long Jump — Danny Smith (R) 19'7", Bruce Freeman (C), Dean Means(CJ, Pat. Cunningham (C). Long Jump — Lynn Bethurum (C) 5'6M", BeU (Cor.) Best (N), Anoy Coyazo (C). Pole Vault — Dennis Kessler (R) first fewer misses 10'%" Jim Brown (C) lO'Vi", Steve Johnson (C), Braxdale Hackert (Cor). 70 yd. High Hurdles — Freeman (C) 10.1, John Morisset (C), Moris (C). Efc (CO). 100 yd. Dash — Manning (C) 10.4. Means (C), Cassell (AV) Gray (Red). 1320 yd. Run — Phfl Said ana (R) 3:43j, Mike McKeever (C). 120 yd. Low Hurdles — Means (C) 14.7. Morisset (C). Smith (R). 180 yd. Dash — Maiming (C) 18.6. CasseU (AV), Gray (R). Darnel (C). 660 yd. Run — Burke (C) 1:31.9. tie Zubia (N) and Cauth ron (R), Wiles (B). 440 yd. Relay — Cope (Man ming. Cunningham, Daniel. Means), 48.4 Redlands. At Empire Boul; Junior Womens Benefit High Game and Series — Judy' Pool 236. 589. 200 dub — Judy Pool 236, Candy Tropak 201. ' Standings: Redlands Plumbing 48-24, Levincs 44-28. Vans Plumbing 43-29, Skyberg i2Vt- 2914, Huiskens 42Vi-29'^. Electronic Wholesale 40-32, Emerich and McDowell 40-32, Brookside Beauty 40-32, Brookside Market 39-33, Jacinto and Son 37i4 -34H. Carini and Marchese 35 -37, Brookside Dairy 35 -37, Balaban 34-38, Astro 33^4-38^4. Western Auto 32-40, Audio Visual 2m 40Vi, Bootery 29V4-42>.'i.. Redlands Camera 25-47, Advertiser 25-47. Advertiser 25-47. Citrus Liquor 2547. Teachers High Game — Jim Stanfill 200, Jane convin 169, Series — Bill Cook 528, Diane Lowry 470. Standings: 14K Kernels 54-30, Crafty Ones 48-36, DiJlys 47 3614. buckles 47-37, Bridge Tolls 41-43, Bawi Kcras 40 >4- 43V4, El FUckers 40-44, Presidents 36-48, Onnie Kerns 33-51, Tailenders 33-51. Even Dozen High Game and scries — Hal Reynolds 250, 631. 200 CJub — M. Falkerstma 203, M. Kinslow 209. R. Thiem 212, D. Brandon 205, P. Andriese 219, E. Williams 226, R. Fisher 206. H. BejT}o!ds 250. Standings: Brookside Dairy 68-44, Calif. Water and Tel Two 66-46, Inland Septic GS'.i - 46^4, Calif. Water and Tel One 63V4- 48(4, Sanitary Plumbing 63-19, Goods Wearing Apparel 63-49, U-Rundle Mek-A-Nix 60-52, Pure Gold 55V4-56V4, U-Bundle Hi Fires 55-57, Bobs Ready Mix 4914-62i4, Bills Barber Shop 48^4-63%. Brookside Market 4765, Mentone Liquors 44-68, Sunset Tile and Roofing 35!^-76V4. Junior Major High Game — Clint Burson 236, Series — Jack Goddard 606. 200 Club — Al OUerbcck 211, Jack Goddard 215, Marion Burk 2U, Bob Phelps 205. Rich Sepulveda 211. Bud Bales 233. Andy Scberrcr 224, Clint Burson 236. Huck Houching 212. Dale Cannon 218, Red Pool 231, Von Horton 225, Carson Kil day 210, Lafe Brown 224, Sonny Capehart 201. Standmgs: Waj-ne G o s s e 11 Ford 60-24, Cunninghams Pharmacy 53iA-30'4. Gaugh Plumbing Ferraris picked in Sebring sports car race SEBRING. Fla. (UPI)-Even the uninitiated bad five sound reasons today for pickmg Feraris to win again in Saturday's 12-hour sports car grind: The five Italian racers which cracked the track record in tuneup runs. Today, the growing mass of fans camped out on the infield and lined up at the gates to Sebring's airport track for a weekend of mostly European style competition will watch full-sized American stock cars try their luck on the twisting sports car course. The stock cars, along with some European sedans, will race 250-kilometers over the 5.2-raile track in the morning. This afternoon, two classes of motorcycles — 125-250 cc and 3.50-750 CC will race for 100 and 200 kitometers. 49-35, Trophy Award 44-40. Sedgwick Amegard Ins. 44-40, Ells Sheet Metal 38-16. Andersons Union Service 37-17, Thelmas Five 35-19, Plante Cabinet Shop 33-51, Team Ten 25V4-58V4. Special Points — Wayne Gossett Ford 2762, Andersons Union Service 956. Thursday Nite Reiectt High Game and Series — Carl Redmond 227, 617, Martha Greca 195, 521. 200 Club — Cari Redmond 227, Forrest Robinson 225, Herb Buyak 215. Standings: Tenax Town 50-28, Cunninghams 49-29. Mulders A 45-33, Anodynes 44-34, Jim Glaze 38-40. Dukes 37-41, Sims 34V4 43!4, Jolly Jug 34«.-43V4, Highlanders 29V4-4814, Don Hunts 28i4-49Hi. A.M. League High Came and Series —! Diane LottTy 227, 552. 200 Club — Dorothy Johnson 200, Arietta Stringer 207, Diane Lowry 227. Standings: Boiling Pins 48-27, Toppers 43-32. Pin Ups 42V4-32Vi, Sidewinders 37%-37%, Checkmates 36V4-38^, Cmnabars 2847, Untouchables 22-52V4. City of Hope High Game and Series — Fran Delaney 177, 505. Standings: Her Majesty 64-28, Van Wicren 60-32, Hals Liquor 53-39. Emerich and McDoweO 50-42, Levines iTri-AHi, Smiths Union 45>4 -t6 >4, PCA 4448, L' and B Supply 38V4-5314, Shawver SheU 37-55, Shirtcliff Const. 23 -6Si2. Ladies Handicap High Game — Bette Harvey 210, Series — Mary Harshman 518. Standings: DevoUs Market 48V!i-32i4, Jacks Chevron 46-35, Marys Cleaners 48-38, Standard StaUons 42-39, Tri City Concrete 40!4-40!.4, Farmers Daughters 40-| 41, Brookside Market 37M..43V4, Big Four Market 26'4-54>4. Coliseum board modified poet with Rams LOS ANGELES (UPI) - The 10-year contract leasing the CoUseum to the Los Angeles Rams was on its way back to the board of supervisors and the County Aluseum Commission today after being revised by the Coliseum Commission. The commission voted 5-1 Thursday to modify the exclusive clause after the initial contract period. The revised contract calls for only one five- year option instead of three. The revisions were suggested by the city council and Dan Reeves, owner of the National Football League team agreed to them. Y. girls swim team to host Whittier Redlands YMCA girls swira ming team will host the Whit tier Y squad tomorrow at 1 p. m. at the Redlands Y. In their last meet the Redlands team downed Pomona 154-50 for their fifth consecutive victory this season. Redlands Results: MIOCETS Redlands 54, Pamona U 80 yd. medley relay — Tina Connor, Chris Callis, Michael Thompson, Janice Canning. (1) 58.4. 20 yd. freestyle — Michael Thompson (2), Wendy Eng (4). 20 yd. breaststrokc — Chris Callis (I) 15J, Karen Martin (2). 20 yd. backstroke — Kim Johnstone (1) 14.4, M a r c i a Owens (2). 20 yd. butterfly — Kim Johnstone (1) 13.5. Michael Thomp son (2). 40 yd. freestyle — Stephanie Vince (1) 27.5. 80 yd. individual medley — Tina Connor (1) 1.14.6, Marcia 0^^•ens (2). 80 yd. frcestj'le relay — Kim Johnstone, Chris CaUis, Tina Connor, Janice Canning (1) 52.3, PREPS Redlands St, Pomona 9 160 yd. medley relay — Pam Harmon, Wendy Larson, Pat Connor, Hardy (1) 1.58.8. 40 yd. frcstylc — Cbris King (1) 24.8. Peggy Berg (3). 40 yd. breaststroke — Wendy Larsen (1) 31.4, Marilj-n Hardy (2). 40 yd. backstroke — K a t b y Shawvcr (I) 27.9, Pam Har mon (2). 40 yd. butterfly — Judy Martin (1) 26, Susan Griffin (2). lOO yd. freestyle — Kalhy Sha«-ver (1) l.U, Tat Cooaoi (2). 80 yd. Individual Medley — Judy Martin (1) 58.9. Chris King (3). 160 yd. freestyle relay — Chris King, Wendy Larsen. Kathy Shawver. Judy Marfin (I) 1.40. INTERMEDIATES Redlands 42, Pomona 27 40 yd. frestyle — Karen Brandenberger (1) 22.9 Heath er Fleming (3). 100 yd. breaststroke — Pinky Chambers (1) 1.29.1, Marcia Gunn (2). 200 yd. freestyle — Anita Thompson (1) 2.44.6, Kathy Lane (3). 100 yd. backstroke — Anita Thompson (2), Heather Flem ing (3). 100 yd. butterfly — Pat Lawrence (1) 1.21.5. 100 yd. freestyle — Karen Brandenberger (1) 1.12.3, Marcia Gunn (2). 160 yd. indiridual medley —| Pat Lawence (1) 2.11.4. Bout Due Santo Anita favorite ARCADIA (UPI) —Bout Due was the probable favorite today in the featured Sierra Madre Pace at Santa Anita Race Track. Others in the race included Bar Harbour, Battle StaUon, Meadow Lou. Tcrjo. Queen's Napoleon and Lentch's Boy. In Thursday's featured Signal Hill trot, Marco Hanover won by three lengths over Donna Hanover. With Dick Buxton in the sulky, Marco Hanover took the lead early and breezed in the time of 2:02 4-5, to pay S4.40 to win. Natchez was third. SUNDAY MORNING DONUT CLUB 3 - C - 9 Doubles FREE COFFEE! FREE DO-NUTS! EVERY SUNDAY at IJ a. m. Entry FM — $4 per team &2 Bowling — $2 Priie Ladies: Let us find you a Bowling "Pardner" for Sunday Mornings EMPIRE BOWL 840 W. Colten Ave. Phone 793-2525 U.R. track team meets Oxy Saturday University of Bedlands thin­ clads will have to give their all tomorrow when they meet powerful Occidental on the (Haremont-Mudd track in SC3AC dual meet Both the Bull dogs and the Claremont teams will run against Oxy at the same time but it will be scored on a dual meet basis. Although the Oxy squad, con ference champions every year since 1943, cannot win the title this year due to dual meet tosses last week to Whittier and Pomona the Tigers will be out to run up a big point total to morrow. Redlands, with three SCLAC meets under its belt, is slated to become the 1964 champion. Leading the way for coach Ted Runner's Bulldogs will be quarter miler Jack Vander- knyff. He will be up against Oxy'? Ron ^Vhitney m the 220 and Whitney has the edge. Field events will start at 1:30 with the first unning event, the 440 yard relay set for 1:45 p.m. Lakers meet Hawks in playoff series LOS ANGELES (UPI) - The Los Angeles Lakers, who finished third in the Western Di vision of the National Basketball Association, left for SL Louis today where they open a best of five game playoff series with the Hawks Saturday. The Lakers will play the first two games in St. Louis and then return to Los Angeles for the third and if necessary the fourtli games. If a fifth game must be played, it will be in SL Louis. The winner will meet the San Francisco Wariors, who won the Western Division in a best of seven series to determine the division's representative in the championship series. Liston cannot be prosecuted for felony DENVER (UPI) - Colorado Atty. Gen. Duke W. Dunbar ruled Thursday that deposed heavyweight champ Sonny Liston cannot be prosecuted under Colorado law that makes it a felony for an ex-convict to car- a concealed weapon. The reason he can't, Dunbar ruled, is because Liston's felony record involves no convictions in Colorado. Dunbar gave his opinion at the request of DisL Atty. Bert M. Keating of Denver, who asked whether the fact the former champion had a felony record in Missouri — where he served time in state prison- made him subject to the Coh- rado statute. Dunbar said the Cobrado law refers only to previous felony convictions in Colorado. Police said Liston's 1964 Cadillac was clocked at 76 miles an hour in a 30 mile an hour zone hen he was arested March 10. Liston pleaded innocent to charges of careless driving, driving without a vaUd drive's license, speeding and carrying a concealed weapon. He is to appear for tial in municipal court June Seattle must win to have shot at playoffs By United Press International Vancouver will have plenty of roofers in California tonight when it hosts the Seattle To terns, who are waging a lonely fight to make it into the Western Hockey League playoffs. Seattle has to ^\in its last three games to have a shot at the post-season action. Los Angeles (68 points) play.s San Francisco (67 points) Saturday in the final game for both squads. Seattle has 62 pomts. One Seattle loss and both California teams will be in the play-offs no matter what happens Saturday. Meanwhile. Vancouver general manager Max McNab indicated that the Canucks will stay in the league next season despite a poor season m the standings and at the gate. McNab said that he would leave for the east next week to negotiate for new players. Meanwhile, it appeared the league might add only one team next year instead of the rumored three or four. Both Edmonton and Calgary are on one year leaves from the league, but reports grew that they would not come back in the league next year. League president AI Leader said in Seattle that the two cities have until May to decide, but neither city seemed to be makmg plans to field a team. Long Beach has persistently applied for a franchise and been just as persistently rejected. Any application by Long Beach is subject to approval by Los Angeles, which has exclusive rights within a 50-mile radius. Leader said he did not know if Long Beach planned to try again this year. The league has one definite new entry for the 1964-65 season in San Diego, where a new hockey arena is being built. San Diego's entry has akeady won approval. Sammy Snead leading Doral golf MUJII (UPI) — Golfs new year swung to an old refrain as they chased Slammin' Sammy Snead, into the second round of the $50,000 Doral Invitational golf tournament today. The Slammer, at 51, playing shots out of his youth, whipped around the sun-blistered Doral course on the edge of the Everglades with a rousing four under par 33-35—68 which put him one shot on top of the pack in the operang round. Old Sam, recent winner of the PGA Senior's championship for his 114th tournament triumph, wasn't satisfied. Be hasn't won a tour tournament since May of 1961 and he finished second in this one last year. He sank four birdies, while missing only one green to post 14 pars the rest of the way, and jump one shot in front of hot sixsome. This group included big Jlike Souehak, Ohio Bob Shave, Dave Hill of Evergreen, Colo.; Bert Yancey of Philadelphia, 50-year-old Joe Lopez Sr. of Key West and Ken Venturi of San Francisco. Jack Nicklaus three-putted three greens but still whipped out a two under par 35-35—70| which put him in that bracket with nine other hopeful challengers. And Arnold Palmer, off to his worst start in eight years, scrambled mightily for an even par 72. The 70 group with Nicklaus included Billy Casper and Jay and Lionel Hcbert. Another shot off the pace at 71 was a host which included big John Bamum. Art Wall, Ed Furgol and Chi-Chi Rodriguez. Stacked up at par 72 with Palmer came Dow Finsterwald, Pete (>x)per and Chick Harbert while at 73 were Gary Player, Tony Lema, Gary Middlecoff and Dutch Harrison. ON A PEDESTAL yolleyboli event at YMCA The Redlands YMCA will be buzzing with activity Saturday when volleyball teams from Southern California YMCA's will be on hand for an Inter-YMCA Fellowship Volleyball touma ment scheduled for 1 p.m. in the gymnasium. Playing for Redlands are Frank Griffin, Jim Eselin, Will Mollet, Jack Iverson, Chres Knudsen and Don Billhardt. In swimming, the girls swim ming team will host the Whittier YMCA girls swim team with meet time scheduled for 1 p.m. The boys team journeys to Fontana High School for a dual meet with Fontana YMCA. Boys will meet at Uie Redlands YMCA at 7:45 for the scheduled meet at 9 a.m. TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or appliances will find a ready market thruugb aassified Ads. LUBE ROOM Sopics Looking for band PHILADELPHIA (UPD-The Philadelphia Eagles of the National Football League arc looking for a band leader and girl cheerleaders. Owner Jerry Wolman said the Eagles will organize a 110-piecc band and add 24 pretty cheerleaders for entertainment at home games. Rodriguez, Mims meet in TV 10-rounder NEW YORK (UPI) — Two of the worlds toughest fighters square off in Madison Square Garden tonight when ex-welter weight champion Luis Rodriguez meets veteran middleweight KoUey Mims in a na tionally televised lo-roundcr. Neither has ever been stopped nor floored. That's a remarkable record of niggedness for 35-year-old Mims of Washington, D.C.. who has engaged in 89 professional bouts during his 17 j-ears ofj campaigning. Cuban Rodriguez of Miami Beach is only 26 but has bam mered his way through 57 fights, during which be won and tost the world welterweight (147-pound) crown. Dark-haried, banana - nosed Rodriguez accepted this match as a substitute for middleweight contender Joey Archer of New York. Acher suffered a four stitch cut on his right brow in traming. Although the amiable Rodriguez goes in as a substitute, he is favored at 3-1 over Mims because of his speed and punch. Each is an unusually artful strategist. By DICK ANDERSON If you're going to drive, drive a sih machine . . . Take the time to have it checked often so that the on- expected won't happen to you . . ..A car is rugged, but like men, it wears out, tso. DICK ANDERSON'S MOBIL SERVICE EXPERT lUBRJCATIOM t BgAKE SERVICE ' S W. R «Jlondi 'iM LT.I. 793-J269 REOIANDS' HI VALUE USED TRUCKS AND CARS 1947 INTERNATIONAL KB7 with Fe«l Body. $595 »295 $65 »595 «3950 ^785 n895 »3295 Wilson Equipment Co. 1M9 CHEVROLET IVi Ton Cab and Chassis. 1M3 FORD SEDAN ( cyl. 4- Or. Automatic. 1955 INTERNATIONAL PICKUP Long Whocl Base. 1956 COOK BROTHERS ID-wheel dual drive. 1957 MERCURY STATION WCN. Automatic V-8, Fi-ll power. 1962 FORD F-MO Cab and Chassis. 19i3 C-1000 TRAVELALL Leaded. Only 11,000 miles. BETWEEN REDtANDS AND COITON ON OLD HWY. 99 796-0241 Ebiharo wins over Esquivel by decision LOS ANGELES (UPI) —Hiro- >'uki Ebihara, former world flyweight champion from Tokyo, used a devastating left hook to decision Fabian Esquivel in his U.S. debut, and today was es pected to sign for his second fight in tins counbry. In Thursday night's fight, at Olympic Auditorium, Sbihara, 113, caught his.opponent wiUi a quick left hook to the jaw that sent him sprawling. How ever, Esquivel rolled over and was on his feet almost immediately. The 23-year-old former champion had Esquivel, Juarez, Mexico, in trouble in several other rounds, but couM not knock him off his feet. Both fighters were cut overj the left eye and were bleeding from the nose at the end. Elri- bara won a unanimous decision. His record now is 42-2 with 26 knockouts. Ebihara was expected to sign for a fight with Alacran Torres, Mexican fly^veight champion, on April 23. The winner of that match will challenge world flyweight champion Pone King- petch of Thailand. Redlands Daily Facts Friday, Mar, a. 1W - 7 Chamberlain winsfiffh scoring NEW YORK (UPI) — Wilt (Sumbe-laio, by wiaaing bis ififth SQccessive National Basketball Association scoring tiUe, joined pro football's Jimmy Brown in achieving a unique distinction. Brown. Cleveland's great fallback, won the ground saininf championship his first five years in the National Football League. Chamberlain, by notching the scoring title this season with 2,M8 ptnnts and a 36.9 average, thus matched Brown's feat. Oscar Robertson of Cincinnati finished in second place, far behind San Francisco's 7-foot-2 pivotman. He had 2,480 markers and a 3;.4 game average and was followed by St Louis' Bob Pettit, who canned 2,190 points, an average of 27.4 a game. Walt Bellamy of Baltimore, with 2.159 points (27.0) and Jerry West of Los Angeles. 2,06i markers (28.7) round out the top five in scoring. Rookie Jerry Lucas, Cincinnati's Woot-g forward, tied (Hiamberlain's NBA mark established last season by registering a .228 shooting percentage. Lucas is the only non-repeater among the men who annexed championships this season, (aambcrlain, the nmner- up. trailed Lucas by four points. Robertson easily waltzed off with his fourth successive assists crown by chaUdng up 863 "feeds," an average of U per game. San Francisco's Guy Rodgcrs ended up a distant second with 555 assists and a 7.0 game average. Robertson, the only man in the league to capture two crowns, also achieved the best free throw percentage (.833). 21 points higher than Los Angeles' Jerry West. Bill Russell of Boston, the league's finest defensive player, also estabhshed himself as the best rebounder, taking his third title in this category with 1,930 caroms and a%-craging 24.7 in the 78 contests he played. Russell's total is the highest in his eight-year career. Chamberlahi trailed Russell badly with 1,687 rebounds. Rain delays women's golf PENSACOLA, Fla. (UPD- The rain-delayed $7,500 Women's Western Association Open golf tournament opens today with the lady pros braced for swirling winds and soggy fairways. It will be tough to match par of 38-37—75 over the 6,543-yapd Scenic Hill Country (Hub. The ladies, playing from the men's tees, complained about the length before the bad weather swept in from the Gulf. A thunderstorm and stiff winds canceled the first round Thursday before the first professional teed up. Earlier amateur scores were washed out. Patty Berg, seeking her eighth title, is the favorite. BERT S. HATFIELD BUICK We have the finest sclectiofi of clean, late model used cars we have had in a long time. Ma BUICK SKYLARK Sport Coop* — Facferr air conditioner, p«wer steering, power brakes, bucket toots, radio, hoator, etc. SeM now by us. Big saving* here. 1962 T-BIRD — Factory air conditioner, full power, leather interior, new whitowall fires. Very clean local car. 1962 CHEVROLET Bel Air 4 Deer Sedan — Automatic, power steering, radio, heater, wftTtewall tiros. An exceptionally clean, one owner car. 1962 TEMPEST LeMANS Coupe—Stick shift, radio, heater, whitcwall tires, bucket seats. Very clean. Local one- ewnor car. Tf6I VALIANT 40eor Sodan — Stick shift, low miltago, local ano owner car. 1961 BUICK LeSABRE 4 Dr. Hardtop — Air cendiNoner, power steering A brakes, radio, hoator, seat belts, whitewalls. Very clean local car. 1960 THUNDERBIRD—Full power, factory air conditioner, radio, hoator, whitowall tires. Very clean, local car. 1951 BUICK Limited Convertiblo - Air cendtHonor, full power, leather interior. This is a beautiful eno owner prestige car. Very low mileage. 19SI OLDS. U 4-Dr. Hardtop — Air cend'rtionor, power steering and brakes, radio, heater, etc. Excellent condition. 195> CHEVROLET 2-Door — Automatic transmission, power steoring, radio, heater, very clean, local car. 1957 BUICK CENTURY 4-Dr. Hardtop — Power steering, brakes, seat and windows. Very clean local ear. 1956 BUICK SPECIAL 4-Or. Hardtop — Power steering and brakes, radio, heater, seat belts, new two-tone paint, one owner car sold new by us. Bi9 BUICK BLOCK Did 793-3238 East Redlands Blvd. From 7th to tth, Redlands

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