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Galesburg Register-Mail, Galesburg, III. Tuesday, July 30 f 1963 FLYING HOME — Elston Howard, New York Yankee catcher, comes flying home only to be tagged out by Kansas City Athletics' receiver Doc Edwards in action yesterday. Howard tried to score from third after his teammate Hector Lopez had grounded to shortstop Wayne Causey. The Athletics beat the Yanks, 5-t. UNIFAX Stars Stress Pass Defense CHICAGO (AP) - Head Coach Otto Graham doesn't have a short memory and for that reason it's a safe bet. -his College All-Stars will be well-schooled in pass defense when they meet the Gr\jen Bay Packers in Soldier Field Friday night. Graham has been coaching the All-Stars since their last victory over the professionals—a 35-19 upset over Detroit in 1058 — and tipped his hand after last year's 42-20 loss to Green Bay. "They beat us with their pass patterns," said Graham. "There didn't seem to be anything we could do about it." Bart Starr, Green Bay's methodical quarterback, threw five touchdown passes as the Packers turned a 21-20 lead after three quarters into a rout. Graham has been carrying a clipboard of Green Bay pass patterns in every All-Stars workout. But whether the All-Stars will try to rush staff or concentrate on covering the receivers is something that will not unfold until Friday night. Graham is as secretive as usual about his starting quarterback, the key role in the All-Stars' at­ tack. The choice will be a lough one. The All-Stars have Hcisman award winner Terry Baker of Oregon State, Glynn Grilling of Mississippi, Ron VanderKelen of Wisconsin and Sonny Gibbs of Texas Christian. The man who gets the nod will be throwing to some of the great pass receivers in college history. There's Paul Flatley, the flanker star from Northwestern; Pat Richter, the Wisconsin record breaker; Hugh Campbell of Washington State, John Mackey of Syracuse, Willie Richardson of Jackson State and Bob Jencks of Miami of Ohio. Add to this group some breakaway backs who also can snare passes, the All-Stars have an excellent chance of upsetting Green Bay if their lines can match the Packers' experience - hardened forward walls. For a change, the All-Stars will be at full strength in the backfield now that most of the heavy drills are out of the way and there is little chance of any injuries. Two years ago, Graham was unable to use Joe Bellino of Navy. Last year, the All-Stars were with­ out the services of the late Ernie Davis of Syracuse and Ron Bull of Baylor, who went on to become Pioneers Host Three Teams This Week Galesburg's Pioneers will play the first of three home games scheduled for this week tonight against Peoria's Collegians. Dick Brown, Canton right­ hander, is expected to get the pitching assignment for the Pioneers in the 6 p.m. contest at Thomas H. Blodgctt Field. Tomorrow night, Lincoln will be in town, while Bloomington will appear Thursday. All three games are twilight affairs. LL Playoffs Playoff action in the Galesburg Little League gets under way tonight at H. T. Custer Park. The local World Series opens up with the Yankees and the Pirates squaring off at 7:30. In the first contest of the evening at 5;45, the two sixth place teams,, the Braves and the Red Sox, will tangle. Major League Box Scores KANSAS ab Cimoll Causey Lumpe Siebnrn Charles Edwards llarrelsnn DelGrecn W k'sh'm CITY rhbl 1 2 0 2 2 2 1 1 0 12 3 NEW YOHK 0 0 01 Reed (100 (111) 0 0 0 Kubek Rich'dson Tresh Maris bBerra Pepitone Howard 0 0 0 I Lopez Boyer Downing aLinz Bridges 4 0 10 4 0 0 0 4 0 3 0 2 0 0 O 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 4 0 2 0 4 0 10 3 0 0 0 2 0 10 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 34 5 8 51 Tolali 33 0 8 0 a—Popped up for Downing in 7ltv, b—Flied out for Maris in 8th. Score by Innings: Kansas City 200 003 000—5 New York 000 000 000—0 E—Downing. PO-A—Kansas City 27-13, New York 27-16. DP—Causey, Lumpe and Siebern; Causey, Siebern and Edwards; Richardson, Kubek and Pepitone LOB—Kansas City 4, New York A 2B-Causey, Kubek. 3B—Howard. HR—Causey, Siebnrn. ip h r er bbio Wickersh'm W, fi-fl !) fl 0 0 2 2 Downing L, fi-3 -7 0 5 5 2 3 Bridges 2 2 0 0 0 4 U—Honochick, Smith" Paparella, Haller. T—2.05. A—7,941 CHICAGO ab r h bi l.andis Fox Wris Robinson Ward Niehols'n McCraw Hansen Martin Horlen 4 0 0 0 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 3 0 4 4 4 4 3 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 WASHINGTON ah r h bi Blas'ame King Minion Osborne Lock Zimmnr Rctzcr Brinkm'n a Phi Hips ! Cottier iRidzik I oMinoso 3 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 3 110 4 0 0 0 2 112 2 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 10 0 0 I Kline 0 0 0 0 Totals 33 1 7 lj Totall 27 2 2 2 a—Grounded nut for Brinkman in fllh; b—Struck out for Ridzik in 8th. Score by Innings: Chicago _ ..000 001 000—1 Washington — 000 000 002—2 E—None. PO-A—Chicago 26-10, two nut when winning run scored, Washington 27-13. DP — Osborne, Brinkman, Osborne, Blasingame and Osborne. LOB—Chicago 7, Washington 4. HR—Lock. ip h r er bbso Horlen L, 5-3 a«.i 2 2 2 5 3 Ridzik 8 6 112 4 Kline W, 2-4 1 1 0 0 0 2 WP—Horlen. U—Hurley, DiMuro* Carrlgart, Flaherty. T—2:09. A—4,769. NIGHT GAME PHILADELPHIA LOS ANGELES abrhbi ab r h bi Taylor 4 0 1 0 j Wills 4 12 0 Callison 4 0 1 01 Gilliam 3 0 0 0 Gonzalez 4 1 2 01 Moon .'10 10 Sievers 2 1 0 01 T.Davis 3 2 2 2 Averill 2 0 0 0| Fairly 4 110 Hoak 4 0 1 2lRoscboro 3 12 1 D'rymple 4 0 0 0] W.Davis 3 12 3 Amarn 4 0 0 OlMcMullen 4 0 0 fl Mcl.ish 2 0 0 0IKoufax 3 0 0 0 Klippst'n 0 0 0 0 nWinc 1 0 0 0' Duron 0 0 0 01 bCVgl'n I 0 0 01 Totals 32 2 5 2! Totals 30 6 10 6 a—Struck out for Klippstein in 7th; b—Struck out for Duren in 9th. Score by Innings: Philadelphia 000 002 000—2 Los Angeles -- 020 022 OOx—6 E—None. PO-A—Philadelphia 2412, Los Angeles 27-8. LOB—Phila- V/HITEYs AUTO SHOP 210 N. Prairie St Bill White, Prop. o V E All Makes All Models A U SPECIALIZING IN CORVAIR T V N C u p (All Work Guaranteed) SHOP HOURS: 8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. delphia 7, Los Angeles 5. 2B — Moon, Gonzalez. HR — T. Davis, W. Davis. S—Gilliam. ip h r er bbso McLish L, 10-6 „5% 9 6 6 2 4 Klippstein Va 0 0 0 0 0 Duren 2 1 0 0 2 2 Koufax W, 17-4 ..0 5 2_ 24 7 U — Crawford, Venzon, Steiner, Donalelli. T—2:14. A—32,835, , 5 0 3 5 0 3 Pittsburgh ab r h R.Bailey 3 1 0 Virdon Clemen te Lynch Burgess Mazer'ski Cl'nden'n Logan Francis Law bMota Veals dBrand McBean Sisk 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 San bi! 01 Kuenn 21 Pierce 2lHiller 01 McCovey 01 Mays 01 E.Bailey 01Cepeda 01 D'venp'rt 01 Pagan 01 Perry 01 Dufi'nlo 01 aM.Alou 01 Fisher OlcF.Alou 0' Francisco ab r h bi 4 110 10 0 0 4 111 3 3 4 3 4 3 0 1 1 0 1 1 3 0 2 0 1 2 0 0 1 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 10 Totals 38 4 11 4 Totals 33 5 12 S a—Popped out for Duffalo in 51h; h—Singled for Sisk in 6th; c— Singled for Fisher in 6th; d—Flied out for Veale in 8th. Score by Innings: Pittsburgh -.030 001 000—4 San Francisco 011 030 OOx—5 F,— None. PO-A—Pittsburgh 24-13. San Francisco 27-12. DP—R. Bailey and Clendcnon; R. Bailev. Mazeroski and Clendenon. LOB—Pittsburgh 10, San Francisco 8. 2B — Clemente, Davenport, Pagan. HR—Hiller, Mays. a top rookie with the Chicago Bears. Larry Ferguson of Iowa, Bob Paremore of Florida A&M, Charlie Mitchell of Washington and Roger Kochman of Penn State have been impressive in workouts, along with Ben Wilson of Southern California and Bill (Thunder) Thornton of Nebraska. The All-Stars will hold one drill Tuesday. Wednesday night they will work out under the lights in Soldier Field and end their sessions Thursday afternoon. Rifle and Pistol Club Holds Shoot NEW WINDSOR-The first 1000- yard range match of the Rivoli Rifle and Pistol Club of New Windsor will be held, Sunday, Aug. 11, on the Max Streeter farm, which is located three and one-half miles northwest of here. Firing will begin at 8 a.m. Harness Racing Opens at Annual Knox County Fair Eight heals of harness racing; marked the opening of the speed program Monday afternoon at the 105th annual Knox County Fair, where this afternoon two of '.he three scheduled events were run in two divisions each, making a total of 10 heats for the second day's activities on the half-mile track. The trotters and pacers also arc due for appearances Wednesday and Thursday afternoons. Interspersing the racing card Connie Mack State Meet Opens Here Galesburg will be host to the Connie Mack State Baseball Tournament this weekend with all games scheduled to be played on the H. T. Custer Park diamond. Monmouth's VFW, winner of the Galesburg Connie Mack League, will represent the local loop in the four-team tournament with boys from 16 to 18 years of age competing. Rock Island will battle Springfield in the first game Saturday afternoon at 5 with Galesburg and Jolict to tangle at 8 Saturday evening. The winners will battle for the championship Sunday afternoon in a game that is slated for 2 p. m. There is just one game scheduled for this session. Winner of the slate tournament here will advance to the Great Plaines Connie Mack Regional in Lamar, Colo. The Connie Mack World Series will be played in Springfield Aug. 23-28. The Babe Ruth and Connie Mack League schedule for the rest of the week at II. T. Custer is as follows: July 30—Calderones vs. Q Roadmen (BR), 6 p.m.: Knoxville vs. Cliff Anderson (CM). 8 p.m. July 31—Monmouth vs. Cakler- ones (BR), 6 p.m.; (Blatz Warrior game follows). Aug. 1—Davis Store vs. Q Roadmen (BR), 6 p.m.; Corpus Christi vs. Hi-Lo (CM). 8 p.m. Aug. 2—K. of C. vs. Police Department (BR), 6 p.m.; Gale Ward vs.. Q Roadmen (BR) 8. (Corpus Christi at Abingdon in Connie Mack.) Note: BR indicates Babe Ruth League games and CM indicates Connie Mack League contests. was music by the American Legion Galesburg Community Band. The initial Sky Diving exhibition by the Illinois Valley Parachute Club encountered a delay due l.o the presence of a helicopter over the field and this affected the starling time of Ihe racing program, a situation which fair officials said would not be repeated during the rest of racing schedule. Sir Dutch, owned by F. \V. Plankey of Beloit, Wis., copped both heals of the Western Illinois Open Trot, opening event on this year's fair card. The owner was the recipient of the trophy donated by Crown Motors, Inc. Shaw made an auspicious start toward laying claim, at the end of the four days, to the trophy to be presented by the Knoxville Business Association to the driver winning the most dashes through­ out the speed program. Following his two-heal win in the initi-tl event, Shaw chalked up a double win in the Western Illinois Open Pace as he drove Maid Mcrric, owned by E. T. Zwcifel of Evanston. to the No. 1 spot in bo'.n heats. Trophy in this race was presented by Galesburg Lincoln- Mercury Co. A total of 14 entries in t h e Northern Illinois Colt Association stake race, the thrcc-ycar-old trot, resulted in two divisions :if seven entries each. Hazcarl Oaks, owned by Mrs. Jack Fricdlcy of Salem and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Burgess of Brooklyn, Wis., and driven by Jack Fricdlcy, hit the finish line first in both heats. This standing bettered the second division and the owners collected the trophy donated by the O. T. Johnson Co. Cndy's Lady, owned by Mcrtz McGowan of Chicago and driven by C. ,T. Rumley, led the field in the first heat of the second division, but dropped back to the runnerup spot in the second heat. Hardy's Prince, owned by Happy Wives Stable, Elgin, and driven by Ben Schue, moved up from a No. 4 finish in the first heat to the frontrunning position in the second mile. Opon Trot Rui'-c Hilhorl. 5-5, Poggv Brook •1-4, Don't. Forget 2-2, Sir Dutch l-l, Son's Heiress .1-3. Time: 2:10 2:11 .1 5. Open Puce Maid Mcirio 1-1, Direct Knight 5-5, V,r\ Hnrk Ken 3-2, Nnncv'n Girl 4-3, Billv Everett 2-4. Time: 2:l.'i 4 5 2:10 2'5. 3-Ysar-Old Trot First Division -- Hazoarl Oaks 1-1. Hnelc Tom 5-x, Nurse G 7-5, Melody Pelra 2-(i. Wlndv Lightning 0-2, Young and Gav 4-4. Stella's Don Iso 3-3. Time: 2:12 2/5, 2:12 .'in. Second Division — Windv Co-ed 7-t,. Patrick Frost 3-x. H.irclv'* Prince 4-1. F.Ivn Pride 5-3, Cadv's Lady 1-2, Ginny Lad 2-4, Hardy'fl King fi-5. Time: 2:13 1/5 2:12. Local Races Important in Battle for National Title 2 2^, Francis _ .. Law L, 4-5 Sisk Veale 2 McBean 1 Perry 2 Duffalo W, 3-0 ...3 Fisher - 1 Pierct 3 h r er bb IO 3 1111 5 4 4 1 0 10 0 0 0 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 6 3 3 2 I 1 0 0 0 1 2 1110 2 0 0 0 0 U—Pryor. Smith, Secory, Jackowski. T—2:18. A—12,089. NIGHT CINCINNATI ab r h bi GAME MILWAUKEE ab r h bi Rose Harper Pinson Robins'n Frcese Coleman Cardenas Edwards Tsitouris nKasko Zanni hNeal W'rth't'n 4 0 101 4 0 0 0! ,'illli 4 111 4 0 10 3 0 0 0 4 0 1 0: 4 o i o; 10 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 Menke Mathews H.Aaron Maye Torre Oliver Jones Boiling Crandalt Spahn 5 110 4 2 2,1 5 13 4 4 13 1 5 0 1 0 3 0 0 0 1110 3 1 2 0 3 12 2 3 0 0 0 Tolali 33 2 6 2 Totals 36 S 15 8 a—Struck out for Tsitouris in 6th; b—Hit into force out for Zanni in 7th. Score by innings: Cincinnati 000 100 100—2 Milwaukee 300 110 03x—8 E — Cardenas, Rose. PO-A — Cincinnati 24-11, Milwaukee 27-12. DP — Cardenas, Rose and Coleman. LOB—Cincinnati C, Milwaukee 9. 2B—Maye, Jones. HP.—Pinson, H. Aaron, Maye. S—Boiling h !) 0 B 6 Tsitouris L, 7-4 Zanni Worthington Spahn W. 13-5 U Harvey, Wevci, go. T—2.20. A—6,142. ip .-5 .1 ..2 0 r er bb to 5 5 2 0 0 0 2 0 3 3 l. 1 2 2 2 5 Bailick, Vai- KNOXVILLE—The IMCA championship sprint car attlo races, at the Knox County Fair here Thursday and Friday nights, may be the turning point in the battle for the 1963 national sprint car crown. According to Secretary Wendell Farris, the latest championship standing released by Mike Hcf- ron, secretary of the International Motor Contest Association show the first ten positions have changed considerably in the past two weeks. Johnny White, the new IMCA champion is well entrenched in first place but Gordon Woolley of Waco, Texas has passed Pete Folse, the five-time champion, for second place, by virtue of his consistent running in first, second, third and fourth places in recent feature events. Woolley Marauders Turn Back Woodhull 9 Jim Bcascly went the route on the mound and Emil Hansen swung a big stick as the Galesburg Marauders scored a 7-2 victory over the Woodhull Moormen Monday night at H. T. Custer Park. Hansen had four hits in five trips to the plate as he led Galesburg's 10-hit attack. Bcas­ cly scattered eight hits, holding Woodhull scoreless in every inning except the fifth and ninth. The Marauders travel to Muscatine, Iowa, Wednesday night to battle the Muscatine Red Sox at. 8 p.m. They will host Abingdon for a league game Sunday at 2 o'clock on the Lake Storey diamond. Woodhull (2) Marauders (7) ab r h: - ab r h Halsted 4 0 3! Epperson 4 1 1 Do.J'hns'n 4 0 II Stevens 3 2 1 Falk 4 0 01 Hansen 5 1 4 Du.J'hns'n 3 2 USholl 4 0 0 B.Krueger 4 0 OlSippcl 4 0 1 Sundberg 4 0 llJo.Beasiey 3 1 1 Vaughn 4 0 IIGrady 3 1 1 Mason 4 0 II Johnson 3 0 0 J.Krucger 1 0 OIJi.Beasley 4 1 1 Merchant 2 0 01 Totals 34 2 8 Totals 33 7 10 Score by Innings: Woodhull - 0O0 010 001—2 Galesburg "00 120 13x—7 finished fourth at Winchester Speedway last Sunday behind Red Amick, while White finished tenth clue to a spinout in the 30- lap feature. Jerry Bluntly of Galesburg and Jerry Daniels of St. Paul arc tied for fourth place with 340 points each. Bob Coulter, of Lakcwootl, California another entry here, is moving up rapidly and is right on Blundy's tail with 327 points to hold down fith spot. Blundy's recent 15-lap feature win at Urbana is expected to change the standings quite a bit from the latest release. Blundy finished ahead of Jim McCune of Toledo, Ohio, Johnny White, the IMCA champion from Warren, Mich., and Woolley. The two-day meet, here with championship points at slake may very well be the turning point for the front-running, who arc now beginning to feel the pressure from a big group of newcomers to the midwestern track racing circuit. Time trials will start at 7 p.m. Thursday and will hold good for the two nights of racing. The first of six races each evening will get the "go" flag at 8 p.m. Gordon Woolley LEE BEVAKD, regular third baseman for (he Blatz Warriors, is currently hitting at a .375 clip for the current season. Ho will be in the linc-up Wednesday night when the Warriors host the Canton-Farmington Merchants. Merchants Will Battle Warriors Blatz will be after its fourth victory in a row Wednesday night, when it hosts the Canton- Farmington Merchants at 7:45 on the H. T. Custer Park diamond. Earlier in the campaign, Bla'.z nosed out the Merchants by a fi-5 score. The two teams have a long-standing rivalry which goes back to Mississippi Valley League days. Dick Fillman. ace of the Warrior pitching staff with a 7-1 mark, will probably be on the mound for Blatz. Mike Owens and Fred Stevens are setting the pace for the Warriors in the hitting department. Both own averages over the .500 mark. Regular third baseman Ix?e Bevard has pounded the ball at a .375 clip, while Emil Hansen, a recent addition to the club, is hit- J tin^ .409. George Shea rounds out the Warrior .300 hitters with a .374 percentage. The Warriors have a full .schedule ahead of them with contests being played right up until early September. Several clubs will be paid to make an appearance at 11. T. '''lis­ ter Park, and Warrior business manager Bob Wright has expressed some concern that without more support, some of the contests may have to be cancelled. Warrior* Home Games July 31—Canton-Farmington Aug. 5—Carthage Firestone Aug. 7—Peoria Todd Uniform Aug. 1C -Harvey White Sox Aug. 14—Peoria Habei Packing Aug. 17—Chicago Dodgers Aug. 18—Pooua Illinois Furniture Aug 21— Peoria Buglev or Hock Island AUK 24 —Lansing Old Tiineis Ant: 25 -Milan Any. 27 f!i i-ve _ t'oeui Aiie .'il Chicag'o Vrif|:u Sept. 1—Morning Sun, Iowa Tournament Set Tonight In Church Loop Upsets reigned Monday night in the semifinals of the Church Kiltenball League tournament as Trinity Lutheran defeated First Methodist 0-fi and First Presbyterian downed Bethel Baptist 10-2. As a result of these games Trinity Lutheran will meet First Presbyterian for the tournament title tonight at 7:30. Trinity had to come from behind in their win over First Methodist, trailing 6-0 at one time. 1st Presbyterian Bethel Baptist ab r h ab r h I.indstron 4 1 2'Snow .'1 0 2 Peterson .'I i) 1 Sippei 2 1 I) Peacock 4 0 1 Horn ;i (I 1 Sleek 4 1 2 c.'oidin ;t 1 2 Callahan 4 I 3 Swaid :t 0 O Bimelier 4 I 1 mucker :i 0 2 Gorhain 4 2 2 Baylor .'I II 0 OcWilt 1 0 1 Peterson •') O 1 Johnson 1 (I 1 O'Dr.ip i O n Shrader 1 1 1 Swclioig 0 0 0 Blackmail I 1 0 Cooper .'! 0 0 McC'mack 2 <l (l Totals 36 10 15 Totals 28 2 a Seme by Innings: 1st Prcsbvtcrinn 06(1 0<u <i • 1(1 Bethel Baptist ..100 100 n— 2 Clinton C-Sox Are Back on Top in Midwest By United Press International The Clinton C-Sox were back in their familiar spot. a\>p the Midwest League today after a Silky Sullivan finish that found them edging Cedar Rapids, fi-5, Monday night. Clinton scored five runs in the final two innings to nip the Red Raiders and climb into first place. Wisconsin Rapids fell to Burlington, 11-3, to relinquish the lead and dip to second place a half-game behind the C-Sox. Burlington stayed in third but gained a '"M'-stop to within W- games of first. In other action, Fox Cities shaded Dubuque, 3-2, Quad Cities slipped past Decatur by the same 3-2 margin and Quincy stopped Waterloo, U-2. The same teams play again tonight. Horeshoers Hand Peoria 34-16 Defeat Galesburg's Horseshoe Club handed Peoria a 34-16 setback, Sunday afternoon, in Galesburg. Rubcnson with a- 5-0 record paced the Galesburg team, while Clint VanDusen and Gordon came up with 4-1 marks. Galesburg will host an open tournament on the Lincoln Park courts, Aug. 11. Qualifying rounds will start Aug. 9. and continue right up until tournament time Sunday. Minor Leagues By Tho Associated Press INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Richmond at Buffalo, pdd Rochester 6, Jacksonville 5 Indianapolis ,12, Columbus 1. Toronto 6, Atlanta 5 Arkansas 10, Syracuse 0 PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE Portland 3, Tacoma 2 Seattle 10, Hawaii 4 Salt Lake City 9, San Diego 7 Only games scheduled MIDWEST LEAGUE Clinton (i, Cedar Rapids !5 Quad Cities 3, Decatur 2 Fox Cities 3, Dubuque 2 Quincy fi, Waterloo 2 Burlington 11, Wisconsin Rapids 3 INSURANCE lftl Melho-iisl Trinity Lutheran ab r h Trinity ab r h Holmes 4 0 0 Enginan ;i o 1 Morgan 4 2 2 Peterson ;t i 1 Weth'ri'd 4 1 1 t.undecu 2 1 2 Carl .son 4 1 2 Anderson :>. l T D.St in.son 'i 0 1 lMiidahl 2 2 2 r.'unn'yh'in :s 1 (1 Kla.ir :i T 1 Hunt :i 1 1 Van Heel :: i 1) Burt'.un 2. (1 0 llunnan :i 2 2 Muck 2 0 2 Moi j;. HI :'. ii II 1. Sim -on 2 O 1 S.iiitu 2 II 1 Totals 34 6 10 Tolali 29 3 a Seoie hv Inrim U 1-1 Mrthodi- .^11 200 ii ti Trimly 000 702 X- 1 HOMETOWN SERVICE I when you need it. ^ WIICII yvu uvww j ^j The kind of service everyone wants and expects can come from only a local, independent insurance agent. 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