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Star Cards Win; Cubs Take twin Bill By DICK COUCH Assofiiated Press Sports Writer ThS Chicago Cubs'extra*base punch has given Leo Durochef some needed relief,, .and tem» porariiy transformed the Vulture into a vacuum cleaner, Phil Regan, the former Vulture of th& Los Angeles Dodgers' bullpen, tidied up in both ends of Chicago's 8-4,5-2 doubleheader sweep over Houston Sunday in his first appearances for the Cubs. Regan, traded from the Dodgers to Chicago last Tuesday, protected sizeable leads in the •Selghth Inning of each game as Durocher's Cubs flattened the r , Astros with a 22-hlt barrage that "included four doubles, five trl- 'pies and a home run. '* A week ago Sunday, in his fi- *Ml relief stints for the Dodgers, line 31-year-old right-hander picked up two victories in a twin bill against the New York Mets. In National League single games, St. Louis' high-flying Cardinals trimmed Pittsburgh 4-2 for their sixth straight victory, San Francisco downed the Dodgers 6-1 behind Gaylord Perry's five-hitter, the Mets nipped Cincinnati 6-5 for unbeaten rookie Jerry Koosman's fourth 'triumph and Philadelphia shad"ed Atlanta 4-3. "_' Detroit edged New York 3-2 'jafter a 2-1 first game loss to the c Yankees; Boston blanked Baltimore 3-0 then bowed 6-1 to the "Orioles; Washington split with 'Cleveland, winning the opener '1-0 and losing the nightcap 2-0; _the Chicago White Sox topped ^Minnesota 3-2 and California got : past Oakland 4-3 in American "League action, '- Glenn Beckert, Don Kessin- "ger, Lou Johnson and Adolfo Phillips led the Cubs past Hous%n for an 8-8 season mark. Chi- ~cago has won five of its last six starts, , ,, v, * - Beckert drilled two singles and his first 1968 homer in the ^opener. Kessinger stroked four hits, including a triple, In the 3win bill and seized the Nutional ^League batting lead with a .393 fbark. •\& Johnson went 5-for-8 in the 'flay, with a triple and two dou: bles, and Phillips was 4-for-7, Jwith two triples and a double. - Regan pitched two hitless in- •hings in relief of first game winder Joe Niekro and held the As- *tros to one hit — a bases-empty homer by Doug Rader — in protecting Ken Holtzman's first victory over the final 1 2-3 innings of the nightcap. Dal Maxvill poked a tie-breaking seventh inning single lor his first RBI of the season ( &id subsequently scored on a passed ball, leading the Cards •past Pittsburgh. Left-h a n d e r ; Steve Carlton stopped the Pirates on five hits and Mike Shannon drove in two St. Louis ^runs with a single and homer. t>r Willie McCovey cracked a {•two-run homer and run-produc- '-Ing single as the Giants subdued •'the Dodgers, Perry struck out eight and had a shutout until $Villie Davis homered in the sev- Jnth. It was the first earned run |ff San Francisco pitching in 25 minings, sf Jerry Grote paced the Mets' Attack with three hits und two &BI. The Reds chased Koosman 'Jn the eighth, when Lee May un- *$baded a two-run homer, but «$Iet relievers Danny Frisella, iJUUy Short and Ron Taylor com- Jjlngd to preserve the rookie iouthpaw's perfect record. f Pitcher Rick Wise delivered hiladelphia's deciding run with ninth Inning double, but need* relief help from Dick Farrell the bottom of the ninth after eing tagged for a two-run ho* tier by Hank Aaron, BW White 'jjomered for the Phillies, who ive won seven of their last Barker Gets $20, 000 Slkes $752 | PALLAS, Tex, (AP)- Miller farter, a 37*year«old toyr vet|ran from Texarkana, Ark., hstood a closing 64 by Kerrn* Barley Sunday and won the 000 first prize to the Byron rter shot a final round 70 » 78-ftoJe score of 270. was 12-under-ijaj- for the eut lifter 63 holes ajid I i seven-snot lead over Zar- H itet potot, Zarley shot 29 Carol Mann Wins Match RALEIGH, N,C. (AP>- Carol Mann carded a final round par 72 for a 54*hole total of 214 to win the $15,000 Raleigh Ladies Invitational Golf Tournament Sunday. Bobcats in Strong 3rd in District White Sox Win Two of Last Three By HAL BOCK Associated Press Sports Writer The Chicago White Sox have won two of their last three games and Manager Eddie Stanky still is running In the outfield. Stanky continued his post- game physical fitness program Sunday after Pete Ward's ninth inning homer gave the Sox a 3-2 decision over the Minnesota Twins. The routine, which started In the middle of Chicago's season- opening 10 game losing streak, sends Stanky jogging across the outfield swinging a lead bat after each game. Then the little skipper retires to the trainer's room for meditation. He could have had nothing but good thoughts Sunday after Ward's poke beat Dean Chance. In other American League games, California nipped Oakland 4-3, Washington traded shutouts with Cleveland, winning 1-0 and then losing 2-0, New York split with Detroit, winning 2-1 and losing 3-2, and Boston 3-0 before the second game, 6-1. In the National League, Chicago swept a doubleheader from Houston 8-4 and 5-2, Philadelphia nipped Atlanta 4-3, New York edged Cincinnati 6-5, St. Louis dropped Pittsburgh 4-2 and San Francisco rapped Los By RALPH ROUTON Star Sportswriter In a smashing assault which resulted in nine district records out of ten running events, the Hope Bobcats showed their best ever in the Region 4-AA track championships, finishing a strong third at Magnolia last Saturday night. Buzz Andrews of Hope had a real night for himself, flashing blanked Baltimore to new district records in both th e orioles won Ms hurdles events. He paced off 14.5 in the 120 highs and 19.5 in the 180 lows to also set school records. John Spraggins set a school record in the 440 with a 51.7, good enough to earn him a spot in the state AA meet this Saturday. Alan Phillips qualified for Angeles 6-1. the state competition in the 880 Chance was nursing a 2-1 lead run In a school record time of on homers by Harmon Kille- 2.02. brew and Ted Uhlaender going With a strong final kick, jun- into the ninth but Luis Aparicio ior James Rowe won the 4-AA opened with a single and after mile In 4:43.1. time. The HHS 880 R USS snyder lined out, Ward relay team also cracked the connected, school mark with a4thplace time The homer was Ward's fourth of 1:33.4. The mile relayfinlshed O f the season and boosted his a strong third in 3:31.9 time, batting average to .340. Donnie Middlebrooks placed fifth "We've been In every game in the discus with a toss of 136— but we've just been falling one 0, and Carroll Beck and Jimmy hit short," said Ward, who Alford placed fifth and sixth in made sure the Sox weren't one the shot put, respectively. hit short this time. In the junior division Gary And Stanky simply ran and Wheelington set school records swung his lead bat. He contln- in the 100 yard dash with a 10.45 ued the post-game program and in the 220 with a 24.45. Gary even though he was ejected placed a close second in both from the game in the sixth in- events. ning for protesting a third strike call. Roger Repoz took over the American League home run lead with his sixth of the year helping the Angels beat the Athletics. Rick Reichardt also horn- arews, Hope, 14.& (New 4AA ered for Cullfornia. record, breaks old record of Sammy Ellis, with late Inning 14.9 set by Bobby Bush of relief help from Minnie Rojas, Fairview in 1965) won the game— his first victory 440 THE WINNERS relay — 1. Crossett, 43.1 ....(New. 4AA record, Dreaks old record of 43,4 set by Warren In 1966) 120 high hurdles -1. Buzz An- 100 dash — 1. Aaron Harris, Crossett, 9.7 (New 4AA record, breaks old record of 9.9 set by five others) Mile run— 1. James Rowe, Hope, 4:43.1 880 relay-1. Crossett, 1.29.7 (New 4AA record, breaks old record of 1:30.5 set by Crossett in 1967) i40 dash — 1. Wayne Dodson, Crossett, 49.5 (New 4AA record , breaks old record of 50.1 set by Dodson in 1967) 180 low hurdles — 1. Buzz Andrews, Hope, 19.5 (New 4AA record, breaks old record of 19.8 set by Bobby Bush of Fairview In 1968) 880 run- 1. Robin McClure, Ar- kadelphla, 1:58,7 (new 4AA record, breaks old record of 1:59.5 set by Mike Candit of Crossett in 1965) 220 dash -1, Aaron Harris, Crossett, 21.7 (New 4AA record, breaks old record of 22,1 set by Harris in 4AA preliminaries, 1968) Mile relay- 1. Crossett, 3:27.8 (New 4-AA record, breaks old record of 3:28.1 set by Warren in 1966) Snot Put - 1. Mike Griffin, Mai- vern, 53-8 Discus — 1. Ronnie Crumpler, Magnolia 150-8% Pole vault -1. Tom McDougal, Crossett, is-ltfi High Jump - 1, Wilfred Jackson, Smackover, 6-4% (New 4AA record, breaks old record of 6-1% set by Jack Sanders of Smackover In 1960) Broad Jump - i, Tommy Holliman, Crossett, 22-0 Team totals - 1, Crossett, 1052. Magnolia, 38 3. Hope. 37 in the American League. Mickey Mantle doubled home the tying run and then carried in the winner on Roy White's single as the Yankees rallied for two eighth inning runs and a 2-1 victory over the Tigers in the first game. In the nightcap, New York rallied, taking a 2-1 lead in the eighth but Bill Freehan and Jim Northrup hammered ninth inning homers that won it for the Tigers. Jim Hardin's six-hitter beat Boston in the second game and Darned a split for the Orioles after Jose Santiago pitched a four-hitter for the Red Sox in the opener. Consecutive doubles by Brooks Robinson and Boog Powell set up a three-run Oriole rally in the fourth Inning of the nightcap and Hardin held the Red Sox at bay. Carl Yastrzem- ski's single drove In Boston's only earned run in the opener. Phil Ortega and Luis Tiant swapped two-hitters with Ortega scoring the only run in the Senators' first game victory and Tony Horton supplying the runs for the Indians' second game triumph. Ortega bowled over Cleveland catcher Duke Sims in a home plate collision for the first game's only run. Ken Me- Mullen's single, snapping an 0- for-17 slump, drove It In. Horton doubled and scored on Tommy Harper's seventh inning single, snapping a scoreless duel in the second game. Then Horton hom- ered for an insurance run in the ninth inning. on the back nine, "I played as well as in the other three rounds," Barber said. "1 may have been a little off of my putting but from tee to green I was as good as ever. l( l went after it on every hole and didn't play cautiously," Barber said. "I just did my very best and hoped that the holes would run out before he (parley) could catch me." R, H. Sikes of Springdale, Ark., picked up $752 for his 285 score, He shot a 72 Sunday. In World War II. the Soviet Union declared war on Japan on Aug. 8, 1945, just seven Jays before Japan's surrender. Basketball Pro Basketball Playoffs By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Finals NBA No games Saturday Sunday's Result Lcs Angeles 118, Boston 105 best-of-7 series tied 2-2 No games today Tuesday's Game Boston at Los Angeles ABA Saturday's Result New Orleans 111, Pittsburgh 108, New Orleans leads best-of-7 series, 3-2 No games Sunday or today Tuesday's Game Los Angeles at Boston HOPE (AUK) STAR, Printed by Offset Baseball Sunday's Stars By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS PITCHING- Phil Ortega, Sen* ators, and Luis Tiant, Indians, each tossed a two»hit shutout as Washington and Cleveland split a doubleheader. Ortega winning 1-0 and Tiant 2-0. BATTING- Pete Ward, White Sox, hit a two-run ninth inning homer to give Chicago a 3-2 victory over the Minnesota Twins. Today's Baseball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS National League W. L. Pet, G.B. 4 6 8 8 8 8 9 8 9 9 BUT THE CHIEF SURGEON'S NOT TOO HAPPY ABOUT IT St. Louis San Fran. Chicago Los Angel( Phila'phia Cincinnati Atlanta Pittsburgh Houston New York 12 9 8 8 8 7 7 6 6 6 .750 .600 .500 .500 .500 ,467 ,438 .429 .400 .400 Saturday's Results San Fran. 3, Los Angeles 0 Houston 8, Chicago 1 Philadelphia 4, Atlanta 1 Cincinnati 5, New York 3 St. Louis 7, Pittsburgh 5 Sunday's Results Chicago 8-5, Houston 4-2 Philadelphia 4, Atlanta 3 New York 6, Cincinnati 5 St. Louis 4, Pittsburgh 2 San Fran. 6, Los Angeles 1 Today's Games Chicago at Pittsburgh, N Cincinnati at Houston, N Atlanta at San Francisco St. Louis at Los Angeles, N Only games scheduled Tuesday's Games Philadelphia at New York Chicago at Pittsburgh, N Cincinnati at Houston, N Atlanta at San Francisco St. Louis at Los Angeles, N American League W. L. Pet. G.B. 2'/ 2 4 4 4 4V 2 5 ) / 2 Detroit Minnesota Baltimore Wash'n. Boston New York Oakland Cleveland California Chicago 11 9 9 10 8 8 7 6 6 1 4 6 6 7 6 8 9 9 10 11 .733 .600 .600 .588 .571 .500 .438 .400 .375 .154 — 2 2 2 2V 2 3V 2 4V 2 5 5V 2 8 te Lakers and Celtics Tied at Two Each Saturday's Results Washington 2, Cleveland 1, 7 innings, rain Detroit 7, New York 0 Minnesota 4, Chicago 1 Baltimore 6, Boston 0 Oakland 6, California 3 Sunday's Results Washington 1-0, Cleveland 0-2 New York 2-2, Detroit 1-3 Boston 3-1, Baltimore 0-6 Chicago 3, Minnesota 2 California 4, Oakland 3 Today's Games Oakland at Detroit, N California at Cleveland, N Minnesota at Boston, N Only games scheduled Tuesday's Games Washington at Chicago, N Oakland at Detroit, N California at Cleveland, N New York at Baltimore, N Minnesota at Boston By Major League Leaders LOS ANGELES (AP) - Boston's Celtics and the Los Angeles Lakers head East again all square in their National Basketball Association playoff series with the condition of Jerry West's Injured ankle the big question. "I don't think it's badly hurt," said the Lakers' superstar of the sprained left ankle he suffered in the final minute of his club's 118-105 victory over Boston which put the set at 2-2. Dr. Robert Kerlan said more would be known today about the injury. It occurred in a collision with John Havlicek after West had scored 38 points in the Lakers' coachless triumph. Los Angeles mentor Bill van Breda Kolff was thumbed from the premises by referee Mendy Rudolph after collecting two technical fouls with eieht minutes left and the score tied 55-5 in the third period. The teams play in Boston on Tuesday night and then return the Forum on Thursday. The crowd of 17,147 on Sunday set a rec- THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Forum P la y off attendai >ce American League or ?' t . A „.,,,, ., „ Batting (25 at bats)- White ^ the ABA final P lavoffs . New N.Y., .366; Allison, Minn., .352J %tems l°?\?.*? ,i ead _ over White ripvp w Pittsburgh in their best-of-7 ser- White, Cleve., .3o2. ^ ^ * m ^ m ^^ ^^ 13* ' day night. The sixth game will in - Killebrew, j» &*&* Wednesday night in Howard, Wash.) New Orleans ' Runs— Sims, Jackson, Oak., Runs batted Minn., 12; F. 12. Hits-Unser, Wash., 22; 5 tied with 19. Doubles- 3 tied with 6. Triples- Uhlaender, Minn., 3; 5 tied with 2. Home runs - Repoz, Calif., 6; Sims, Cleve., 5; Killebrew, Minn., 5, Stolen bases - Campaneris, Oak., 7; Cardenal, Cleve., 6; White, N.Y 6. Pitching (2 decisions)- 5 tied with 1.000. Strikeouts— McDowell, Cleve., 33; Phoebus, Bait., 29; McLain, Det,, 29. National League Batting (25 at bats)- Kessing. er, Chic,, .393; Flood, St.L., ' Runs-Flood, St,L,, 16; Kessinger, Chic., 13, Runs batted in- B. Williams, Chic., 16; Swoboda, N.Y., 15; Cepeda, St.L., 15. Hits-Flood, St.L., 27; Rose, Cin,, 24; Kessinger, Chic., 24. Doubles- Banks, Chic., 7; L, Johnson, Chic., 7. Triples- Kessinger, Chic., 3; 7 top V, em , tied with 2. council of Home runs- H. Aaron, AH,. 6; Swoboda, N.Y., 6. Stolen bases - Wills, Pitt., 5; W. Davis, L.A., 4. Pitching (2 decisions)- 8 tied with 1.000. Strikeouts-Singer, L.A 30; Jenkins, Chic., 28. Minor League Results By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Saturday's Results Pacific Coast League Tacoma 2, Vancouver 0 Indianapolis 8, San Diego 7 12 innings ' Okla. City 5, JWuix 2 Portland 5, Seattle 1 Tulsa 8, Denver 2 International League Toledo 3, Richmond 1 Jacksonville 11, Buffalo 6 Rochester 7, Columbus 3 Louisville 6, Syracuse 5 Sunday's Results Pacific Coast League Vancouver 4-5, Tacoma 0-4 San Diego 2, Indianapolis 1 Phoenix 6, Oklahoma City 1 Seattle 5, Portland 4 Tulsa 3, Denver 2, 11 innings Spokane 7, Hawaii 3 International League Syracuse 8-1, Louisville 7-2, 2nd game 10 Innings Jacksonville 4-4, Buffalo 2-8 Toledo 6, Richmond 1 Rochester 7-8. Columbus 3-1 Feud Topic of Meeting ofHCAA DENVER <AF) - me running feud with the AAU over track and field meets was the as the 18-mernber the National Collegiate Athletic Association opened its three-day meeting today. The NCAA president, Marcus L, Plant of the University of Michigan, said the association intends to make sure the controversy does not hamper the U.S. Olympic tearn in preparing for the Summer Games at Mexico City. Plant said in an Interview that a moratorium would be continued until after the games on NCAA enforcement of its rule requiring certification of any noncollegiate meet in which college athletes are entered. The U.S. Track and Field Federation, an arm of the Lewis Captures Tournament PINEHURST, N.C. (AP) Twenty-year-old Jack Lewis took a 7 and 6 victory Sunday over Insurance executive Bill Hyndman in the 36-hole finals of the North and South Amateur Golf Tournament and became the youngest to win the tourney since Jack Nicklaus did it at 19 nine years ago. Hothing Weak About the Canadiens MONTREAL (AP) - There's just nothing weak about this year's Montreal Canadiens from their coach to the last rookie on the bench. The Canadiens eliminated the Chicago Black Hawks from the best-of-7 Stanley Cup East Division final playoff Sunday with a 4-3 overtime victory in the fifth game behind the superior coaching of Toe Blake and the two-goal performance of rookie Jacques Lemalre. Montreal took the series four games to one. Bobby Rousseau and J. C. Tremblay scored the other Montreal goals. Bob Schmautz, Stan Mikita and Wayne Maki connected for the Hawks. The Hawks put up an able battle "and we didn't disgrace ourselves," said Chicago Coach Billy Reay but in the end it was the superior depth of the Cana- diens that set up Lemaire for the payoff goal early in the sudden-death overtime. Blake won a first and second- period battle with Reay to keep the Canadiens going. Reay's strategy was to keep the Scooter line of Stan Mikita, Doug mohns and Ken Wharram away from the tenacious checking of Jean Beliveau, Yvan Cournoyer and Gilles Tremblay. The Chicago coach would wait until the teams were ready on the faceoff and then send out his Scooter Line, making sure Beliveau and his wingers were on the Montreal bench. Blake, however, would keep the gate to his players' bench open until Reay sent out Mikita, Mohns and Wharram and then he would send out the Bellveau line. The Canadiens now await the outcome of the West Division finals. St. Louis tied the series at two kimes apiece Sat'jrduy night with a 4-3 overtime victory over Minnesota. The fifth game *ill take place In St. Louis tonight with the sixth in Minnesota Wednesday. Ronansky Is Winner SEASIDE HEIGHTS, N.J. (AP) - Dave Ronansky of the Philadelphia athletic Club won the Seaside Heights Olympic Development 10-mile walk Sunday in 1 hour, 17 minutes, 25 seconds, five seconds off the course record.h NCAA, has rejected proposals made by a sports arbitration board appointed by Vice President Humphrey In an effort to settle the controversy, Sessions of the policy-making council are closed as were those of the NCAA Executive Committee Saturday and Sunday. Derby Week in Land of Kentucky By ED SCHUYLER JR. Associated Press Sports Writer LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) The horses are here; the people are coming. It's Kentucky Derby Week. About 17 of the hopefuls now stabled at Churchill Downs will go postward Saturday for the 94th running of America's foremost horse race. And the people, now just a trickle, will pack the stands and cover the infield as the traditional derby day crowd of 100,000. Millions of others will keep their eyes and ears, or both, on the proceedings via CBS tele vision and radio. Post tlmo is approximately 4:30 p.m., EOT. But before the Big Race takes the spotlight entirely, there is still one stepping stone to be gotten out of the way— the Derby Trial Stakes here Tuesday. The field for the one-mile trial could number about seven including Peter Fuller's Dancer's Image, one of the stars In the Derby sky which has been clouded by generally Inconsistent performances among the current 3-year-old crop. Dancer's Image charged through the stretch to win the Governor's Gold Cup and then did the same thing to win the Wood Memorial, which was one-eighth of a mile shorter than the l'/ 4 - mile, $125,000- added derby. Other possible starters in the Trial are Te Vega, second in the Arkansas Derby; Son 0' Swoon, Big Bend, Keelo and Proper furlongs. Proof, the winner of the California Derby. Te Vega, owned by Frank C. Sullivan, was one of two Derby candidates to work out at the Downs Sunday. The other Monday, April 29,1968 Texarkana's Barber Wins Dallas Meet By HAROLD V, RATLIFF Associated Press Sports Writer DALLAS, Tex, (AP)- It is a little disconcerting when you know you are playing as well as ever but the man playing with you is making eagles and birdies, chipping away at your once wide lead. That was the experience of Miller Barber, a tour veteran, as he moved toward a $20,000 prize at the end of the line Sunday if he could just outlast Kermit Zarley who was surging grimly down the stretch. Barber made it although he may never be the same again. The chunky man from Sherman, Tex., won the $100,000 Byron Nelson Golf Classic with a closing par 70 for 270- 10 under for the tournament. He got there by one stroke over the youthful Zarley, who banked an eagle with a 175-yard six iron approach shot on the 10th hole, and got four birdies on the remaining holes for a six-under-par 64 competitive record over the 7,086-yard Preston Trail course. 3 Barber had a five-stroke lead over Harold Henning of South Africa going Into the final round and seven over the slightly noticed Zarley, former University of Houston golfer from Seattle, Wash. Barber ended with a bogey on 18 but It was after Zarley had missed a 25-foot putt by Inches that would have given him a tie. Henning, the putting star of the tournament, using only 110 in the 72 holes, gained two strokes on Barber in the final round by shooting a 68 and took down third money with 273. Zarley won $12,000 with a 271, while Henning received $7,500. The classic drew 30,000 fans Sunday, which officials claimed was the largest ever to see a i tournament in America, had total attendance for four days of 94,000 and total gate receipts of $205.093. Sharman Signs as Stars Coach LOS ANGELES (AP) - BUI Sharman has Indicated he will sign a contract to coach the Los Angeles Stars of the American Basketball Association. Sharman, who quit Friday as coach of the San Francisco Warriors of the National Basketball Association, reportedly has been offered several coaching jobs, his attorney said Sunday night. October House Farm's Iron Ruler, who won the Flamingo on a disqualification and finished a good second In the Wood Memorial. Others being put through their final pre-Derby paces are Calumet Farm's Forward Pass, the Florida Derby and Blue Grass Stakes 2inner; Cragwood Estate's Alley Fighter, winner of the Santa Anita Derby, and Cain Hoy Stable's Captain's Gig. The latter won impressively in last Saturday's Stepping Stone Purse, his third victory In as many starts this year. But none has been longer than seven was Bold Hour, getting a clever ride from Johnny Rotz, drove through on the far outside and won the $75,000-added Grey Lag Handicap at Aqueduct, top race on Saturday's program. Good students make good drivers., and smart parents save with SAFECO. See us and cut auto insurance as much as 25% ANDERSON-FRAZIER Insurance Agency, Inc. Second & M»in I»K 7-3iai Announcing SAFECO'S Good Student Policy If your high school or college boy is in the upper 20% of hi, das*... or moke* Dean'* li*>... or ha* a "fl" average ... SEE US. You can sav« on your imurance. What'* more«V«n if hi* grade* aren't that good, you »til| qualify for other young driver *g V Jng». || poys 19 find eu| e h 9v i & - •• * r " SAFECO INSURANCE

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