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PORTS No-Hitter rights Lesff Night By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS HELSINKI, Finland - Cardinals in Victory Over Dodgers By MIKE RECHT Associated Press Sports Writer Alex Johnson, given another chance to prove himself, still ft doesn't feel comfortable at the "7* plate. But he is making believ- Baseball today's Baseball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS National League W. L. Pet. G.B. 21 21 20 19 HOPE (ARK) STAR, Printed by Offset THE PERSPECTIVE'S ALL WRONG 14 16 17 17 ,600 *- _._ BLUFF, Ark, (AP) No*hitters were the rule rather ),, than the exception Monday in tfl the first round of the state high a- school baseball tournament. , f , Joe Stanfill pitched a no-hitter -'and struck out 14 as Greene k«. County Tech defeated White 1( ;.ttall 3*0 Monday night, and St. kpAnnes* Steve Haaser didn't al. hfi low a hit during the Buffaloes' , 1( 10-0 victory over Grady in the other night game. Hope's Bobcats parlayed the no-hit pitching of Dwight Galloway, the game's only hit and a pair of errors into a 1-0 triumph over St. Charles, and Ty- isronza, led by the three-hit pitching of Jerry Williams, defeated Cotter 8-0 in the afternoon session. Vilohia aria lireenwodci play this afternoon at 1:30 and Arkadelphia meets Mountainburg at 3, Gillette and Monette get together at 6:30 and Leachville and Junction City clash at 8. Sanfill walked three and hit two. White Hall's Gary Goldman struck out 11 and allowed only three hits in a losing effort. Haaser recorded five strikeouts during St. Annes' five-inning victory. Hope got its only hit and run off St. Charles' Terry Bullock in the fifth. Richard Sallee of Hope walked, advanced to second on an error, went to third on Willie Whitten's bunt single and scored on another error. Tyronza got only four hits but took advantage of four Cotter errors. . GCT 000 210 0-33 0 White Hall 000 000 0-0 0 3 StanfUl and Hendrix; Goldman and Steward. W- Stanfill. './L—Goldman. out Spain) 2; Olli Maeki, l35'/4, Finland, knocked out Tore Magnu* sen, 134V4, Norway, 9. TOKUYAMA, Japan-Hiroyuki Ebihara, 112, Japan, outpoint- ed Rudy Ventura, 112, Philippines, 10, SYDNEY, Australia - Johnny Famechon, 136, Australia, stopped Bobby Valdez, 125, San Diego, 13. PHILADELPHIA - Stanley "Kitten" Hayward, l5tf/ 2 , Philadelphia, and Joe Shaw, 150, New York, drew, 10, JOHANNESBURG, South Africa— Bofing lujljan Pieterse, when he is hitting. "I don't feel natural at the plate for the long ball," moaned the 25-year-old Cincinnati outfielder, "I'm just blooping them. Despite his troubles, Johnson managed a run-scoring single and later a game-winning double in the ninth inning Monday night, giving the Reds a 3-2 uphill victory over the Houston Astros. Johnson's three hits raised his batting average to .333 and gave him 15 runs batted in as a bona- fide regular for the first time in .568 ,541 .528 16 .515 .500 .447 .444 ,441 .417 1 168V 2 , South Africa, outpointed fl -, , t . Daniel Leullier, 166V 2 . France, ra Charles? 35-vear olrl vet 10; Pierre Fourie, 159%, South ™ Charles ' a 35 -y ear -° ld vet Africa, outpointed Assane Fakyh, 154V4, Lebanon, 10, SECAUCUS, N,J. - Chuck Wepner, 212, Bayonne, N.J., out- pointed Mike Bruce, 220, Spring- St. Louis Atlanta San Fran. Cincinnati PHILA'PHIA 17 Chicago 19 1 Los Angeles 17 21 New York 16 20 Pittsburgh 15 19 Houston 15 21 Monday's Results New York 2, Pittsburgh Cincinnati 3, Houston 2 St. Louis 2, Los Angeles 1 Atlanta 6, San Francisco 5 Only games scheduled Today's Games Pittsburgh at New York Philadelphia at Chicago Houston at Cincinnati, N Los Angeles at St. Louis, N San Francisco at Atlanta, N Wednesday's Games Pittsburgh at Chicago Houston at Cincinnati New York at Philadelphia, N Los Angeles at St. Louis, N San Francisco at Atlanta, N Mass., 8. eran given another chance, clouted his second hom<5 run of Detroit the game in the ninth inning, Cleveland lifting the New York Mets over Baltimore Pittsburgh 2-1. Boston Larry Jaster continued what Minnesota American League W. L. Pet. Grady Fregosi Just Murders the Red Sox By RON RAPOPORT Associated Press Sports Writer It isn't as if the Boston Red Sox didn't know any better; cflGy CcUi C6ii wtiQn 3. £uy is on si hitting streak as well as anybody. It was just that they couldn't push the winning run across before Jim Fregosi got up to bat again. Fregosi was murdering the homer in the first inning, a triple in the third, a double in the eighth — and when Rico Petrocelli's ninth-inning homer tied the score for Boston, the Sox desperately had to find a way to ~ono~nn_ n rv A st °P Fregosi. 530 02^10 ft 9 ta the totiom of the ninth, _, . ,„»""";. ,„ they came up with an accepta- Tabor (2), Boyce (4) ble method, giving him an intentional walk with two out and a man on second. Neither 'team could score into the llth and with two out and a runner at second again, the Sox took an awful chance. They pitched to Fregosi. Moments later, the ball was bouncing off the left field wall, Fregosi had his cycle, the Angels had their 5-4 victory and the Red Sox had their lesson for the evening. Elsewhere in the American League, Detroit beat Minnesota 0 4-3 in 10 innings, Baltimore bOlflfl ed S ed Chicago 2-1 and New w viiiy York teat Washington 6-1. In the National League, New York took Pittsburgh 2-1, Cincinnati slipped past Houston 3-2, Atlanta outlasted San Francisco 6-4 and St. Louis nudged Los Angeles 2-1. Fregosi scored three runs and 23 20 19 18 18 17 15 15 12 14 16 17 17 19 18 20 G.B 15 21 15 21 .657 .588 .543 .514 .514 .472 .455 .429 .417 .417 he does best — beat Los Angles California — by hurling St. Louis past the Chicago Dodgers 2-1 with a two-hitter. In Oakland the only other NL game, Felipe New York Alou singled in a ninth Inning Wash'n. run, boosting Atlanta to a 6-5 Monday's Results triumph over San Francisco and Baltimore 2, Chicago 1 into sole possession of second New York 6, Washington 1 place. Detroit 4, Minnesota 3, 10 in- In the only American League nings games, the New York Yankees California 5, Boston 4, 11 in- halted Washington 6-1, Detroit edged Minnesota 4-3 in 10 innings, Baltimore nipped the Chicago White Sox 2-1 and California beat Boston 5-4 in 11 innings. Johnson, traded to St. Louis in the Bill White deal after failing to win a starting job in two sea 2% 4 5 5 6V 2 7 8 8>/ 2 8'/ 2 bvs MAI* u dLa.AVJ.tlg JVM iil IWVS OCU.™ sons at Philadelphia, flopped in night Only games scheduled Today's Games New York at Washington, Chicago at Baltimore, N Boston at California, N Detroit at Minnesota, N Cleveland at Oakland, 2, Report From All Over the Sports World twi- seasons with the Cardinals got him for Johnny Edwards last winter. He quickly won the left field position. He singled in a run in the seventh inning against the Astros, but Jim Wynn's two-run triple in the third still left Cincinnati behind 2-1 entering the ninth. Wednesday's Games Cleveland at Oakland, N Boston at California, N Detroit at Minnesota, N Chicago at Washington, N Baltimore at New York, N Major League Leaders By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League Batting (50 at bats)- F. How- and Johnson; Haaser and Schul termarju Ww.Haaser. L-r Ross. Cotter 000 000 0—0 3 4 Tyronza H 203 x—8 4 1 Haley, Jim Franks (5) and Tucker, Joe Franks (5); Williams and Gean. W — Williams. L- Haley. St. Charles 000 000 0-0 0 2 .Hope 000 010 x-1 1 2 Bullock and Grades; Galloway and Brown. Foster After Tiger in Garden „ . After Mack Jones walked as a ard, Wash., .336; White, N.Y., pinch hitter and moved to sec- .306. ond on a sacrifice, Pete Rose Runs— 4 tied with 22. singled in the tying run against Runs batted in- F. Howard, loser Don Wilson and Johnson Wash., 34; Powell, Bait., 26. followed with his double off the Hits- F. Howard, Wash., 45; left field wall against reliever C a r e w, Minn., 39; Unser, Jim Ray. Wash., 39. Charles, a seven-year veteran Doubles- R. Smith, Bost., 14; still trying to win a job after B. Robinson, Bait., 10; Foy, signing with the Mets as a free Bost., 10. agent this spring, led off the Triples - Fregosi, Calif., 4; ninth with his fifth homer of the McAuliffe, Det., 4. season as a part-time perform- Home runs — F. H o w a r d, er. The third-baseman, second Wash., 17; W. Horton, Det., 10. on the Mets in homers and runs Stolen bases — Campaneris, batted in, homered with two out Oak., 17; Oliva, Minn., 8; White, in the fourth off loser Bob N.Y., 8. Veale. Pitching (3 decisions)-John, His clouts gave the victory to Chic., 4-0, 1.000; Warden, Det., rookie Jerry Koosman, who 3-0, 1.000; Perranoski, Minn., pitched a five-hitter for his sixth 3-0, 1.000. triumph against two losses. Strikeouts— McDowell Jaster, who blanked the Dodg- Cleve., 78; Tiant, Cleve., 60. ers five straight times in his By MURRAY ROSE Associated Press Sports Writer Aging but still tough Dick Tiger risks his light heavyweight title against favored Bob Foster at New York's Madison Square Garden Friday night in the highlight of a big week for boxing. In another world title bout, junior middleweight champion Kim Ki-Soo of South Korea defends his crown against Italy's Sandro MazzinghJ at Milan, Italy Saturday night, And, at Sydney, Australia, Monday night, Bobby Valdez of San Diego, Calif,, takes on Australian John Famechon in a bout billed for the world featherweight title, The World Boxing Association recognizes Raul jtojas of San Pedro, Calif., as featherweight king while Britain, Europe, Ja« pan and some other areas of fbf» world consider Howard Win* stone of Wales as champion, In addition, veteran heavyweights Sonny Wston and Cleve* land Williams are booked for , comeback fights but not against "each other, Uston, the former heavy weight citampion from Las Vegas, Nev., aims for his sixth straight victory Thursday night when he faces Billy Joiner of Cincinnati at the Olympic in Los Angeles, Williams, retired since he was rookie year in 1964, gave up a National League run without a hit in the first in- Batting (50 at bats)- Rose, drove In two as the Angels took inln &» and tne onl y wts off him Cin., .356; Flood, St.L., .348. a 3-0 lead that was shortened by were singles by Paul Popovich Runs- Rose, Cin., 28; McCo- tn the fifth and Wes Parker in vey, S.F., 24. the ninth. Runs solo homers from George Scott and Elston Howard. Petrocelli's shot came with two out in the ninth. The Tigers took full advantage of four Minnesota errors, scoring three unearned runs. Two of those came in the 10th when Jackie Hernandez and Ron Clark, both put in the lineup late in the game for defensive purposes, made errors, letting the winning run score. Jim Hardin stopped the White Sox on six hits and Boog Powell hit a two-run homer for the Orioles, who ended a three-game losing streak. Hardin pitched his way out of several jams. Jim Bouton won his first start for the Yankees since 1966, scattering eighth hits and fanning Washington slugger Frank How. ard three times, Joe Pepitone hit his first home run of the sea. son for the Yanks, A-State to Meet Iowa University JQNESBORO, Ark. (AP)-Ar- batted In - McCovey, Bobby Tolan singled and S.F., 27; Swoboda, N.Y., 26. scored on Orlando Cepeda's Hits- Rose, Cin., 53; F. Alou double in the first for St. Louis Atl., 51. and Tolan won it in the eighth Doubles - A. Johnson, Cin., with a two-out single after Lou 11; 3 tied with 10. Brock doubled off loser Don Sut- Triples- Clemente, Pitt., 4; 7 ton. tied with 3. Alou's hit came with the bases Home runs— II. Aaron, Atl., 9; loaded and none out after the McCovey, S.F., 9. Giants tad tied the score in the Stolen bases- Wills, Pitt., 11; top of the ninth with three runs. A, Jolmson, Cin., 7; R. Jack- Bob Tillman, who singled in a son, Atl., 7. run in the second and scored on Pitching (3 decisions)- Reed, a squeeze bunt and set up anoth- A U«» 5 *°, 1.000; Kelso, Cin,, 3-Q, er run in the sixth with a hit, 1.000; Selma, N.Y., 3-0, 1.000. doubled to open the ninth and Strikeouts-Singer, L.A&, 05; his pinch runner scored the win- Hyzn, N.Y., 65. ning run. 4-Wall Handball Championship EW YORK (AP) - Billy Yambrick, St. Paul, Minn., defeated Buzz Schumate, Dallas, By JACK HAND 21-10, 21-13 Sunday for the sin- Associated Press Sports Writer S les title in tne National AAU NEW YORK (AP) — The pro Four-wall Handball Champion- football owner-player battle will sni P s heat UD again this week when Oldest Club Finally Lands Title Play By DAVE O"HARA Associated Press Sports Writer BROOK LINE, Mass. (AP) The Longwood Cricket Club, the oldest tennis bastion in the United States, finally has landed the National Singles Championships to go with the National Doubles it has run since 1917. Longwood President Walter E. Elcock announced Monday that the U.S. Lawn Tennis Association had awarded the club the singles competition, to be held in conjunction with the doubles Aug. 16-25. Elcock and Harrison Rowbotham, New England vice president of the USLTA, frankly admitted that Longwood's future as home for the singles will be dependent on how the first U.S. open tournament, for both amateurs and pros, draws in money terms at the West Side Tennis Club at Forest Hills, N.Y. "The West Side contract for the singles has four more years to run," Elcock said. "If the open stays at Forest Hills, the singles will remain at Longwood." "If Forest Hills doesn't gross over $350,000 for the first open this year, it will be given first refusal," Rowbotham said. Forest Hills, longtime home of the singles, agreed to give up the 88th U.S. Singles Tournament in exchange for the open this year. Longwood was founded three years before the start of the National Singles and Doubles at Newport, R.I. The Singles and Doubles Memphis Is Leading by Two Games By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS When the Texas League's Eastern and Western Division San Antonio leaders get together, something explosive was bound to happen. It did. Albuquerque whipped Mem Texas League By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Eastern Division W. L. Pet. G.B. Memphis 18 13 .581 Arkansas 16 15 .516 2 Shreveport 17 17 .500 2% Dal-FW 13 22 .371 7 WesternDivision W. L. Pet. G.B. Albuquerque 19 12 .613 — 15 15 .500 3 1 /, 16 18 .471 4'/2 14 16 .467 4'/ 2 up again this week when the delegates of the National Football League Players' Association meet with a committee of owners, probably Thursday. The owners spent considerable time on the problem at their meetings in Atlanta last week and have drawn up a master plan to present to the players. The players are asking for $500 per man for pre-season games, an annual $5 million payment to the player pension fund and a $15,000 minimum salary. With the teams due to report in about seven or eight weeks, both sides are running out of time. A compromise may be the solution. Lou Saban is enthusiastic about Garrett Ford, the rookie running back from West Virginia who was Denver's third draft choice. He could wind up teaming with Floyd Little who is reported hale and hearty at 200 pounds and strengthening his damaged shoulder with weight lifting exercises. . . That pro posed $50 million domed stadium in Buffalo would help the Bills as well as the baseball people wto are hopeful of landing a National League franchise. San Francisco reports guard John Thomas and flanker Kay McFarland, out with injuries in '67, will be ready to go in'68. . . Don Jonas, the Perm Stats product who threw 41 touchdown passes and scored 102 points for the Orlando Panthers, has signed a two-year contract with the same Continental League team . . . J.D. Smith will help Pappy Waldorf scout talent for the 49ers. Baltimore and Washington will play a rookie game at the Colts' camp in Westminster, Ml. the morning of July 14 but that won't be the first football game. The All American game at Atlanta, a clash between two college all-star teams, is set for June 28. . . Raymond Berry will coach the receivers for the Dallas Cowboys now that he has retired as an active player. Schedule of Little League Baseball SCHEDULE OF LITTLE LEAGUE BALL GAMES: 1968 TUESDAY, MAY 21, Sheriff- Hope Auto, Midwest — CBC, Lions— Quick Sak. FRIDAY, MAY 24, Quick Sak- Sheriff, CBC—Lions, Hope Auto— Midwest. TUESDAY, MAY 28, Midwest — Lions, Quick Sak— Hope Auto, Sheriff-CBC. FRIDAY, MAY 31, CBC- Quick Sak, Midwest- Sheriff, Lions— Hope Auto. TUESDAY, JUNE 4, Sheriff- Lions, Hope Auto—CBC, Quick Sak— Midwest. FRIDAY, JUNE 7, Quick Sak- Lions, Hope Auto— Sheriff, CBC- Midwest. TUESDAY, JUNE 11, Midwest— Hope Auto, Sheriff— Quick Sak, Lions-CBC. FRIDAY, JUNE 14, CBC- Sheriff, Lions— Midwest, Hope Auto- Quick Sak. TUESDAY, JUNE 18, Hope Auto-Lions, Quick Sak-CBC, Sheriff- Midwest. FRIDAY, JUNE 21, Midwest- Quick Sak, Lions-Sheriff, CBC — Hope Auto. JUNE 23-28, NO GAME SCHEDULED BOY SCOUT WEEK. TUESDAY, JULY 2, CBC- Midwest, Quick Sak— Lions, Hope Auto— Sheriff. FRIDAY, JULY 5, Lions- CBC, Hope Auto-Midwest, Quick Sak- Sheriff. TUESDAY, JULY 9, Hope Auto - Quick Sak, Sheriff- CBC, Lions- Midwest. FRIDAY, JULY 12, Midwest- Sheriff, Lions— Hope Auto, CBC-Quick Sak. TUESDAY, JULY 16, CBC- Hope Auto, Midwest— Quick Sak, Sheriff- Lions. Tuesday, May 21,1968 Oldtimers Challenge Golden Bear By BOB GREEN Associated Press Sports Writer A couple of senior citizens from Kansas City, who qualified for the U.S. Open Golf championship long before Jack Nicklaus was born, are set to challenge the big Golden Bear in this year's National Open. Chances are big Jack isn't too worried about the threat of Duke Gibson and Leonard Dodson— and they might not make it all the way to Rochester, N.Y. — but they're in there trying. Gibson, 59, led the qualifiers on the par 70 Indian Hills course at Kansas City Monday with two rounds of 72. Dodson, 56, also made it with a 148, Gibson first qualified for the Open 34 years ago, Dodson 35 years ago. But they still must survive sectional qualifications June 3-4 before making it to Rochester's Oak Hills Country Club, where Nicklaus, 28, defends his Open title June 13-16. About 2,500 golfers began competing for spots in the 150 man final field in regional qualifications Monday at 51 locations from Bolto, Miss., to Honolulu. The final regional qualifications were held today at Los Angeles, Palmetto, Ga., Nashville, Tenn., New Jersey and in West- Chester County, N.Y. Survivors of the regionals move on to sectional tournaments for the final cut. The sectionals are scheduled June 3 at Denver, Colo. Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas and Seattle, Wash., and June 4 at Bakersfield, Calif., San Francisco, Washington, Indianapolis, Ind., Detroit, St. Louis, Montclair, N.J. and Pittsburgh. All qualifications are over 36 holes. Nicklaus and several of the other top pros are exempt from all qualifying. These include the Open and PGA champions of the last five years, British Open champion Roberto de Vicenzo, the 15 leading money winners of 1967 and the 15 low scorers In last year's Open. In addition, a large group was exempt from local qualifying, but must compete in the sectional tests. These include all former Open, Amateur, British Open and PGA champions,, the 30 low scorers in last year's PGA tournament, the latest Walker and Ryder Cup teams, and others. Pearson Winner HAMPTON, Va. (Ap)_ David Pearson, Spartanburg, S.C., drove his Ford to an average speed of 71.4 m.p.h. and won the Tidewater 250 Sunday. Wins With Lift of 337 Pounds MOSCOW (AP)-Jan Talts set a world middle-heavyweight record Sunday by lifting 337.7 pounds in the snatch. that it would not justify what happened. "He can throw a ball in a tin cup," Boyer said, "He canbreak a curve off on the outside corner — — on a 3-0 count. Anybody with Championships have not been that kind of control isn't going played as part of the same tour- to let a pitch get away from him unless he wants to. Marichal, who booed by many Braves fans at namsnt for 51 years. Boyer Not Happy Over Being Hit was roundly of the 27,160 .. the game, said he wasn't trying to hit Boyer. Boyer disagreed. And so did Torre. "He threw at mo in the eighth and after I filed out, I came back by the mound and told Paso , . -- »— •-»— ••— l -»~~ ««=...- kansas State University faces P his 10-7 Monday night to split the University of Northern Iowa tneir four-game series. It was ' -r-™- -» ««• • •»-• «*»¥ ^ Wife * iv* V**V & *i *V "01 ^—-•knocked out by heavyweight of Cedar Falls in the opening 82 runs scored champion Cassius Clay on Nov. round of the NCAA Midwest Re. of tile East 14, 1966, returns to the ring at glonal baseball tournament Fri- HQuston Tuesday night. He will day at Mankato, Mian. • - - -- - The Indians won the Southland Conference championship , - w . , , this year and had a season re c- oid Foster of Washington, P,C. ord of 19-10-1. They won the re- will bs the third title de- gionai tournament last year. Mankato State, the host school, will play Southern Colo, rado of Pueblo Friday in the four-team, double elimination -42 by Memphis #M< >|sr *w** w **V^«i**J SW*Q*»»* P«' meet Hoy Crear of Pallas. Tiger, 38, is a 34 underdog against the towering, 2>year- fousw for the African from Biaf. ra who will to giving away age, teigbJ (6-3!--; to 5-8) and reach (19 to 71) to the challenger. Albuquerque now lias a 3'4 game bulge over second place San Antonio in the West and Memphis paces Arkansas by a pair of games. In other action Monday night, Amfirillo ripped Dallas-Fort Worth 16-3 and Shreveport downed San Antonio 5-3. Arkansas and El Paso were idle. Mel Corbo slammed a two-run triple to gain the Dodgers their victory. His shot broke a 5-5 tie. AmariUo gratefully accept ed six Dallas-Fort Worth errors and turned them into eight unearned runs. Jirn McDonald, the second sacker of the losing Spurs, committed four errors. Ainarillo loosed an 11-hit attack and starter Bob Reynolds coast ed to the win. ™^ coasU Shreveport also won via the error route. A pair of boots by San Antonio in the ninth Inning gave the Braves' the game. Tonight Dallas-Fort Worth is Monday's Results Ainarillo 16, Dallas-Fort Worth 3 Shreveport 5, San Antonio 3 Albuquerque 10, Memphis 3 (Only games sclieduled) Today's Games Dallas-Fort Worth at San Antonio Arkaiisas at Albuquerque Memphis at El Paso Shreveport at Amarillo title to second place in the National League. But the third nade it clear he was ... about the incident. two hits and St. Louis broke out ^^1 had retired 14 straight r,t » fniuwMrrm incf,.,, «,»,..,„ i,..... »raves la the sixth ATLANTA, Ga. (AP) -"Why should he throw at me? When I'm having a bad night, I don't Marichal, 'I almost got I rout'/'" go up there arid throw the bat Torre saW at him." ' ' ••» So said the Atlanta Braves' Clete Boyer Monday night after being hit on the right wrist by a stinging fust ball hurled by Juan Marichal, of the San Francisco Giants. Boyer suffered uo permanent damage, and the Brave.s went on to win it 6-5 arid claim sole B / T » E ASSOCIATED PRESS PITCHING ~ Larry Jaster, Cards, stopped Los Angeles on . of a four-game losing streak by , V ? s iu the sb(lh Innln e before beating the Dodgers 2-1. „ . Io "' e P° led u llo '» e run over BATTING - Jim Fregosi An- , leld fc)llce to & lve lhe Bles a4 " 2 Jea(J - This Is * little ad au4 " 2 Jea(J Boyer stepped to the — 0 ... „ _ _ gels, hit a homer, triple, double rp. at San Antonio, Arkansas at Al- and single, leading California to * nen Boyer stepped to the buquerque, Memphis at El Paso a 5-4 victory over Boston in 11 ',, and ' wlUl a " Q ~ l count . *** •mil c>,»-,)./«»./. r-t '^ Air,.:, in/. innings '" ^ 'he fast bull. He said Marichal's control way so good and Shreveport at Arnarillo. cigar it th« be&t advertising GO KING EDWARD America's Largest Selling Cigar We have a complete selection of Jacobsen lawn mowers priced from $79.95. 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