*V VviC"' f^^^l >. ,,,*i*fe ••$& /.:-'!|^f4/;t|j Star RTS Horlen Hurls White Sox Over Orioles HOPE (ARK) STAR, PrMUd ft Offset Itoirsday, May 3M968 in Progress ..... > ftjtfJALfi BURGESS a'gsfl&Iated Press Sports Writer A horde of motor speed fans 'psiiffed* slowly into the waterlogged, Indianapolis Motor speedway today, optimistic that the weather would relent long ehough for running of the 52nd 500-mile race, they were drawn by a show* down between turbine and con* volitional piston engines, started but unresolved last year, Rain which had fallen almost daily during the four-week practice and qualification period had left some of the cars incompletely tested. The limited running time may •have 'added to the hazards of ^running at the venerable racing ttant where 58 persons have >een killed. . The rain certainly added to the hazards of the 300-acre in* Held, where 25,000 cars normally are parked during the race, It was a mixture of mud and pud* [Meanwhile, the writers and jadcasters voted Graham Hill ?bf .London, 1962 world champion *and 1966 Indianapolis winner, a i.5-1 favorite to win the 500 again |n his' Lotus-Pratt & Whitney fturblrie. In fact, the news' media folk were so impressed by the Lotus turbines that they voted the three in the line-up to finish 1-23. The other two are driven by Joe Leonard of San Jose, Calif., ' "who won the pole position at a •'record qualifying speed of -171.559 m.p.h., and Art Pollard, ''a sophomore at the speedway •from Medford, Ore. -' A possible crowd of 300,000 would not have showed up only for a turbine shoo-in. It was laced with long-time fans for sjsuch veterans as A.J. Foyt Jr. of Houston, shooting for an unprecedented fourth 500 victory; ^Mar.ioV;Andretti -, of, Nazareth, .Pa.," who has'broken the 10-mile .qualifying record three times, : ,and chargers like the Unser ^brothers and international racer "Dan Gurney of Santa Ana, Calif. ' The hottest 1968 drivers in the field were Hill, fresh from winning the Spanish and Monaco Grand Prix events, and Bobby sUnser of Albuquerque, N.M., -.'Winner of the last three cham- ipionship events on the U.S. Auto -Club circuit. The field was unique in having sons of two former Indian- >&polis contenders in the line-up. •They were Billy Vukovich of dFresno, Calif., whose father won the race twice, and Gary Bet- rfenhausen of Tinley Park, HI., -whose lather was a perennial contender. , r There had been only two other 'lather-son racers at the speed"way since 1911, Earl and Billy t)evore and Than and Norm Houser. **•* •' North American Soccer League By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Wednesday's Results Atlanta 1, Dallas 0 Houston 1, Oakland 0 Cleveland 2, Toronto 0 San Diego 2, Los Angeles 2 By DICK COUCH Associated Press sports Writer 1.11*1 IIJ-I-A Chicago's Joe Horlen and ""•" ¥ •* 1 » nw f om McCraw are keeping in step after a few false starts while Detroit's Denny McLain is stepping out on his own. 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Boi 169 Tt»f tom, Ark, Phone 772-1882 Marichal, Mays New M&MTeam By HERSCHEL NlSSENSON Associated Press Sports Writer The original M&M boys- Mantle and Marls—still are around but the San Francisco Giants' act of Mays and Marichal is upstaging them in the initial league-and doing all right in the National League, too. Wonderful Willie and Juander- ful Juan combined their talents again Wednesday night and led the Giants to a 2-1 victory over the reeling St. Louis Cardinals. The triumph gave the Giants a lYz -game lead over Atlanta, whose game against Houston was rained out in the third inning. The world champion Cardinals, now In fourth place, lost for the llth time in their last 13 games and fell to within a half- game of the second division. Elsewhere in the NL, Chicago and Philadelphia split a twi- night doubleheader, the Cubs taking the opener 9-2 and the Phillies winning the nightcap 83. Cincinnati spotted Los Angeles a five-run lead, then rallied to edge the Dodgers 6-5. The New York Mets and Pittsburgh were not scheduled. In the American League, Chicago defeated Baltimore 3-1, Minnesota nipped Cleveland 1-0, Detroit beat California 3-0 and Oakland turned back Boston 7-4. The New York Yankees and Washington had the day off. Marichal stopped the Cards on six hits to become the NL's first eight-game winner. Mays gave him all the runs he needed when" he n cracked his ninth homer of the season in the third inning after Ron Hunt singled. The blast, 573rd of Mays' career, tied him for the league lead with teammates Willie McCovey and Jim Ray Hart and New York's Ron Swoboda. It was the only slip by loser Nelson Briles. Chicago's Ken Holtzman, who has been having his troubles this season, had them for exactly one inning Wednesday night. He surrendered two hits and two runs In the first inning of the Cubs-Phils opener, then hurled hitless ball the rest of the way, retiring the last 17 batters in succession. Five Philadelphia errors helped the Cubs to five unearned runs and made a losing pitcher out ofChrisShort, In the nightcap, John Callison belted a tie-breaking two-run pinch hit homer with two out in the eighth inning to trigger the Phils' victory. The blast, Callison's fourth, came off reliever Phil Regan, who replaced starter Rich Nye after Gary Sutherland's leadoff single. Regan retired Don Lock and Bill White before Callison unloaded over the right field wall. The Phils added three more runs on singles by Tony Gonzalez and Clay Dalrymple, a double by pitcher Rick Wise and Don Kessinger's throwing error. An error by Dodger shortstop Zoilo Versalles with two out in the last of the ninth allowed Alex Johnson to race home from second with Cincinnati's win- nlng run, Johnson also scored the tying run in the seventh when he singled, stole second and came home on Johnny Bench's double, Len Gabrielson capped a five-run Dodger third with a three-run homer, But the Reds battled back with a run in the fifth and three more in the sixth, Houston led Aalanta 4-8 in the last of the third when the rains came for the second time, The umpires waited 45 minutes before calling things off, The game was interrupted for 68 minutes In the top of the third, Troak Earnings Of $182,911 PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) The Narragansett Racing Association, operator of the Narra* ganjsett race track, Wednesday reported net earnings of $182,911 (of toe nine months ended Dec. 31. This is equal to 52 cents a Share on the 350,000 stores of capital stock. Today's Basefoa.ll By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS National League W. L. Pet, G.B, 26 19 .578 20 .545 i'i 19 .525 21 ,512 22 21 20 2S San Fran, Atlanta Phila'phla St. Louis Chicago Cincinnati Pittsburgh Los Angeles 22 Houston 19 New York 18 The victory was Horlen's fourth in a row after five straight losses, McCraw, who contributed to one of the Horlen's setbacks by committing three errors in one inning, has driven in winnings runs in three of the right-hander's victories, McLain became the American League's first eight-game winner, stopping California on four hits and striking out 13 in the Tigers' 3-0 triumph over the Angels, The Detroit ace, beaten only once in 11 starts, went the distance for the eighth time and kept pace with San Francisco's Juan Marichal, who won his eight National League game Wednesday night. Elsewhere in the American League, Dave Boswell pitched a three-hitter and drove in the winning run with a foul pop-up in Minnesota's 1-0 nod over Cleveland and Danny Cater's four RBI led Oakland past Boston 7-4. Washington and New York were not scheduled. San Francisco edged St. Louis 2-1 behind Marichal, Cincinnati shaded Los Angeles 6-5 and Philadelphia split a twi-night doubleheader with Chicago, winning 8-3 after a 9-2 loss to the Cubs, in National League action. Houston was rained out at Atlanta and the New York Mets and Pittsburgh Pirates were idle. Horlen, who ran his scoreless innings streak to 37 before yielding a sixth inning run, needed only 100 pitches to subdue the Orioles and halt Chicago's tailspin. McCraw tripled down the first base line for the first of Chicago's three hits in the game, giving the Sox a 2-0 first inning lead against Dave_ McNally. TheyEadded a run in"the fourth when Buddy Bradford singled, stole second and tallied on a single by Ken Berry. Paul Blair doubled in the Orioles' sixth and scored the first run off Horlen in five games on a single by Curt Blefary. Dick McAuliffe's run-scoring single off Jim McGlothlin in the sixth gave McLain the only help he needed, but Willie Horton provided insurance with a two- run seventh inning homer. It was Horton's 13th homer—and fifth in six games against the Angels. Cesar Tovar singled in the fifth inning at Minnesota, stole second and took third on Jackie Hernandez' single before Boswell popped to Cleveland first baseman Tony Horton about 50 feet beyond the bag. Tovar broke for home after the catch and beat the hurried relay from Horton .to pitcher Steve Hargan to the plate. The A's spotted Boston three first inning runs, countered with three in their half of the first and swept past the Red Sox behind right-hander Jim "Catfish" Hunter. Cater drove in two runs with a first inning single, delivered another with a ground out in the third and hit a sacrifice fly in the seventh. Hunter, victim of two Oakland errors in the first, weathered 10 Boston hits in bringing his season mark to 5-3. Punfer Is Signed by Arkansas FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (AP) — Arkansas Razorback Coach Frank Broyles signed Wednesday a punter from Ferrum, Va., Junior College. Broyles personally went to Richmond, Va., to sign Gary Stockdell, a 6-foot-5 220pounder who once kicked the ball 80 yards in the air. Stockdell previously had signed a nonbinding letter of intent with the University of Colorado. "We felt whatever chances we have to win next fall would be increased if we could come up with a punter," Broyles said. "This has helped our chances tremendously." Stockdell averaged 48.8 yards a kick as a freshman and averaged 45.6 yards in 1967. Stockdell, who wears size 13-D shoes, averaged 55 yards in one jgame. 24 21 23 21 18 .511 ,500 .474 ,468 3 3V 2 4V 2 5 6 6 24 .442 23 .439 Wednesday's Results Chicago 9-3, Philadelphia 2*8 Cincinnati 6, Los Angeles 5 San Francisco 2, St. Louis 1 Houston at Atlanta, rain Only games scheduled Today's Games Chicago at Philadelphia, N San Francisco at St, Louis, N Houston at Atlanta, N Los Angeles at Cincinnati, N New York at Pittsburgh, morning, 2 Friday's Games St. Louis at New York, N Cincinnati at Philadelphia, N Atlanta at Pittsburgh, N Chicago at Houston, N San Fran, at Los Angeles, N TAKING SHAPE, the 22,000-seat Sports Palace nears completion In Mexico. Of modern design, it will be used for basketball competitions at this year's Summer Olympics. American League W, L. Pet, All-Star Grid Players Are Selected G.B. 1% 2'/ 2 3 6 6>/ 2 6'/ 3 Detroit 26 16 ,619 Baltimore 25 18 .581 Minnesota 24 19 .558 Cleveland 24 20 .545 Boston 21 22 .488 New York 20 22 .476 California 21 24 .467 Oakland 20 23 .465 Chicago 17 24 .415 Wash'n. 16 26 .381 Wednesday's Results Chicago 3, Baltimore 1 Minnesota 1, Cleveland 0 Oakland 7, Boston 4 Detroit 3, California 0 Only games scheduled Today's Games Washington at New York, 2 Baltimore at Chicago, twilight Cleveland at Minnesota, morn- Ing Detroit at California Boston at Oakland Friday's Games California at Oakland, N Minnesota at Chicago, N New York at Detroit, N Washington at Cleveland, N Baltimore at Boston, N Twins Name a New Coach ST. PAUL - MINNEAPOLIS (AP)—John Goryl, former manager of the Denver Bears, was named coach of the Minnesota Twins Wednesday, succeeding Billy Martin, recently appointed manager of the Pacific Coast League team. Winning War Against AL Hitters Minor League Results By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Pacific Coast League Okla. City 2-3, Denver 1-5 Tulsa 2-3, Vancouver 1-7 Tacoma 10, Portland 1 Indianapolis 6, Seattle 1 Spokane 2, Phoenix !_;, Hawaii 5, San Diego 4" International League Columbus 3, Richmond I, 10 innings Jacksonville 3, Louisville 0 Buffalo at Rochester, wet grounds Toledo at Syracuse, rain Major League Leaders By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League Batting (100 at bats)-F.How- ard, Wash., .359; Yastrzemski, Bost., .327. Runs—Campaneris, Oak., 27; F. Howard, Wash., 26. Runs batted in—F. Howard, Wash., 39; W. Horton, Det., 28. Hits-F. Howard, Wash., 56; Yastrzemski, Bost., 50. Doubles—R. Smith, Bost., 16; B. Robinson, Bait., 12. Triples — McCraw, Chic., 5; Fregosi, Calif., 4; McAuliffe, Det., 4. Home runs — F. Howard, Wash., 19; W. Horton, Det,, 13, Stolen bases — Campaneris, Oak., 22; Cardenal, Cleve., 11. Pitching (4 decisions)—John, Chic., 4-0, 1.000; Perranoski, Minn., 4-0, 1.000. LITTLE ROCK (AP) - Tailback Mike Saint and quarter* back Randy Hickerson, two of the vital cogs in Texarkana's high - powered offense, were named today to the West team for the Arkansas High School All-Star football game, The high school stars from B l / z the West and East will meet 10 Aug. 10 at War Memorial Stadium. The East squad will be announced Saturday. Fort Smith Northside, the top- ranked team in 1967, placed only one player, linebacker-end David Geren, on the West team. Rogers, Malvern, Berryville, .„ . . . .. Nashville! Danville, Fort Smith Wednesdav ni S ht St. Anne's and Dardanelle placed two players each on the 35-member unit. The all-stars include: Steve Brown, Springdale, Norman Gray, El Dorado; John Collis and Tim Thompson, both of Rogers; Elwood Edwards and Mike Griffin, both of Malvern; Billy Harris and Terry Wood, both of Berryville; Jim Dixon and James Turley, both of Nashville; Jimmy Cannon and Doug Mathis, both of Danville; Saint, Hickerson and Greer. Jim Hilton, Subiaco; 'Richard Mulford, Bentonville; Eddie Duncan, Huntsyille; Travis Brantley,, .Crossett; .,. Bubbaj Wrentz, Camden Fairview; Chuck Linam, Magnolia; Ronald Brixey, Greenwood; Leland Longley and Adam Webster, both of Fort Smith St. Anne's and Rickey Thone and Newell Carter, both of Dardanelle. Bobby Webb, Hot Springs lakeside; J. D. Johnson, Bryant; Mike Harris, Prescott; Roger Holland, Gentry; Charles Chaffln, Farmington; Tom Drye, Rison; John Rowland, Bauxite; Butch Murray, Foreman and Tommy Smith, Lewisville. Jarrell Williams of Springdale will coach the West team. Sir Ivor Is Toast of Racegoers Strikeouts— McDowell, of speed. EPSOM, England (AP) — Sir Ivor was the toast of racegoers and the pride of American owner Raymond Guest of New York for winning the English Derby Wednesday in a thrilling burst ANAHEIM (A P)-Denny Me Lain is winning his war against American League hitters but taking a drubbing in his vendetta with the baseball fans of Detroit. The Tigers' ace right-hander revealed for the first time here that his wife and infant daughter recently averted possible serious injury after someone in Detroit placed a bomb in the family car. The incident occurred 10 days ago, only a few days after McLain publicly accused Detroit fans of booing the team to such an extent last season that it cost the Tigers the American League pennant. They finished one game behind champion Boston. Me Lain says his wife and daughter were driving from the Detroit stadium to their suburban home when they pulled off a highway to get gas. "The attendant looked under the hood and discovered there was a smoke bomb wired to the ignition," McLatn said here Wednesday night after he pitched a four-hitter and struck out 13 in a 3-0 victory over the California Angels. "If the bomb had gone off when my wife was driving at high speed, she and the baby both could have been killed," he said. "But the bomb wasn't wired properly. It was supposed to go off when she turned on the ignition. "If anything had happened, I'd have spent the rest of my life finding out who was responsible." Me Lain, 8-1, leads the American League in victories, has gone the route in eight of his first 11 starts and has reduced his earned run average to a microscopic 1.92. Ironically, his lone defeat came the flrst time he P ltched Cleve., 99; McLain, Det., 80. National League Batting (100 at bats)-Rose, Cin., .372; Staub, Houst., .335. Runs—Rose, Cin., 35; Santo, Chic., 30. Runs batted in—Staub, Houst., 28; Perez, Cin., 27; McCovey, S.F., 27. Hits— Rose, Cin., 67; A. Johnson, Cin., 58. Doubles— Rose, Cin., 14; 3 tied with 12. Triples - Clemente, Pitt., 4; 10 tied with 3. Home runs-4 tied with 9, The American-bred colt- hailed by English champion Jockey Lester Piggott as the finest racehorse he's ever ridden — immediately was installed as the odds-on favorite for the Irish Derby June 29. Guest, the U.S. ambassador to Ireland, won a total of $289,261 when the 4-5 favorite came on with a rush in the last furlong. The winning share was worth $140,461 to Guest, who also won an additional $148,800 in bets. Sir Ivor, a 3-year-old, finished I'/a lengths ahead of English- owned Connaught, Mount Athos Stolen bases-Wills, Pitt., 12; was third, another g'/ 2 lengths A. Johnson, Cin., 9; R. Jackson, back In the 13-horse field. The Atl., 9, time for the l'/ 2 mile turf race Pitching (4 decisions)-Reed, was 2 $38.7. Atl., 6-0, 1.000; Carlton, St.L., 5-1, ,833. Strikeouts-Singer, L.A., 75; Marichal, S.F., 75. Texas League By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Eastern Division W. L. Pet, G.B. Shreveport 21 21 .500 Memphis 20 20 .500 Arkansas 19 20 ,487 V 2 Dal-FW 18 26 .409 4 Western Division W. L. Pet. G.B. Albuquerque 26 14 ,650 — El Paso 24 19 .558 3 1 /-. San Antonio 18 21 ,462 7'/2 Amarillo 17 22 .436 8% Wednesday's Results Arkansas 2, Dallas-Fort Worth Wednesday's Stars HE ASSOCIAT1 PITCHING-Denny Detroit fans for booking the players. Baltimore pounded him en route to a 10-8 victorv Athletic Head Refuses to Give Apology LOS ALTOS, Calif. (AP) The Rev. Wilfred H. Crowley, president of the U.S. Track and Field Federation, refused Wednesday to apologize to Theodore Kheel, mediator in a track dispute with the Amateur Athletic Union. Crowley had accused Kheel of big money today in the $100,OOo"- bias, saying the mediator was a added Metropolitan Handicap member of the New York Ath- over one mile at Belmont Park. '" With Dr. Fager withdrawn because of a severe attack of colic, the favorite's role went to Mrs. Frances A. Center's In Reality, who had top weight of 124 pounds, Ussery Will Ride Jade Amicol By ED SCHUYLER JR. Associated Press Sports Writer NEW YORK (AP) - Bobby Ussery is looking for a mare to breed to Dancer's Image, but the most immediate thought on his mind is finding the finish line first aboard Jade Amicol. Ussery was set to ride Dancer's Image in Saturday's I'/fe- mile Belmont Stakes, but when owner Peter Fuller retired the hard-luck colt the veteran jockey got the mount on Jade Ami- col. If Ussery wins the Belmont with Jade Amicol, it would be the second of the three Triple Crown races in which he finished first. However, his Derby victory was wiped out when Dancer's Image was disqualified after a post-race test revealed an illegal medication in his system. Usery's search for a broodmare stems from an offer Fuller made Tuesday when he announced Dancer's Image was being retired to stud. The Boston sportsman said that if Ussery has a mare he would get a chance at the services of Dancer's Image. A victory by Watermill Farm's Jade Amicol, or any one of seven other possible starters, would keep Calumet Farm's Forward Pass from becoming the first Triple Crown winner since Calumet's Citation in 1948. Forward Pass, who once again will be ridden by Ismael Valenzuela, was placed first in the Derby after Dancer's Image's disqualification and then convincingly won the Preakness. The son of On-and-On, the early favorite to win the Belmont, breezed five furlongs in 1:01 2-5 Wednesday morning. Trainer Max Hirsch sent Mrs. Adele Rand's Call Me Prince six furlongs in 1:20 and out a mile in 1:50. Bill Boland is set lo ride the colt, who likely will run as an entry . with Robert J. Kleberg's Draft Card, who also is trained by Hirsch. John Rote will ride Draft Card. Another hopeful to work out was Gustave Ring's Ardoise, who will have Braulio Baeza aboard. Ardoise went a handy five furlongs in 1:01. If nine horses go to the postal 5:30 p.m., EOT, the gross purse will be $161,450, with$117,700 to the winner, equaling the high for the race established in 1966 when Amberoid won. CBS will televise the race nationally from 5 p.m.-5:45 p.m. While the connections of the Belmont 3-year-olds are awaiting the big day, those of 11 others had a shot at big money today in the $100,000-added, 1 Vain He Jersey Derby. Heading the field of 11 starters was Peter Kissel's Iron Ruler. Others entered included Alley Fighter, Noduble, Captain's Gil, Salerno,. Out of the Way and Bugged. Older horses also went after Linebacker Is Traded ATLANTA (AP)—The National Football League Atlanta Falcons Wednesday traded linebacker Bob Sanders and guard Jim Wilson to the Los Angeles Rams for end Bucky Pope, French Strike Ruins Tennis Tournament PARIS (AP) - Some 33 men and nine women were forced to default Wednesday when they were unable to reach the French Open Tennis Championships because of the nationwide work stoppage plaguing France. In the matches that were played, the professionals received one scare after another but overcame their amateur opponents in each case. Among those listed as non-arrivals were Lew Hoad of Australia, Marty Riessen of Evanston, fll., Wilhelm Bungert of West Germany, Italy's Nicola Pietrangeli and the contingents from Japan and India. Fred Stolle, an Australian pro, struggled for more than two hours before overcoming Chrustian Duxin, 13th-ranked French amateur, 3-6, 7-5, G-3,36, 6-4. Roy Emerson of Australia, a rookie pro, dropped the first set to Lonny Parum of New Zealand before winning 5-7, 6-1, 6-2, 6-2. Ken Rosewall, another Australian, ..outlasted .Tom Edlefsen of San Francisco 10-8, 6-1, 6-1. The first set lasted almost an hour. Pandro Gonzales turned back Ray Keldie of Australia 6-2, 6-0, 3-6, 6-3. Rod Laver, the red- haired Australian who ranks as the top pro, crushed Lance Lumsden of Jamaica, B.W.I., 6-1, 6-1. 6-4. Surgery for Rookie Cager LOS ANGELES (AP) - Bob Rule, 6-foot-9 rookie of the Seattle SuperSonics of the National Basketball Association, will undergo surgery today to cure a toe ailment. He starred for Colorado State U. before becoming a pro last season. Top Canadian Athlete Retires BRAMPTON, Ont. (AP) Nancy McCredie, 23, one of Canada's top female athletes, announced her retirement Wednesday from active competition in track and field. Winner of three gold medals for the discus and shotput in Pan-American Games competition, Miss McCredie said that an ailing right knee was the chief reason for her decision to retire. letic Club whose indoor track meet in New York last February was boycotted by Negro athletes who claimed the club's membership policies were discriminatory. Sen, Warren Magnuson, D« ) PRESS Wash., of the Senate "Commerce _,. .. - McLain, Committee, demanded that Tigers, scattered four hits and Crowley apologize to Kheel, a struck out 13 in blanking Call- New York lawyer, for accusing fornia 3-0 for his eighth victory him of bias, Kheel said he had — tops in the American League, BATTING- Willie Mays, smashed his ninth Giants, smashed his mer to tie for the National League home ruu lead ami power San Francisco to a 2-1 victory over St. Louis, Albuquerque 1, San Antonio 0 Memphis 4, Shrevejxjrt 2 El Paso 9, Amarillo 5 Today's Games Amarillo at El Paso San Antonio at Albuquerque Dallas-Fort Worth at Arkansas iever even ship in the NYAC. member. ho- Crowley said he had been misinformed about Kheel's mem- jership in the NYAC, but told Magnuson "your request for an apology to Kheel on the charge of bias must be denied." Kheel was chairman of a federal arbitration panel mediating u dlsputo between the National Collegiate Athletic Association, which is allied with the USTFF, ant! the AAU over control of amateur track and field. Torres Fined on Charge of Drunk Driving ATLANTA (AP)-Joe Torre, Atlanta Braves catcher, was fined $175 and given two suspended jail sentences Monday after he pleaded nolo conten* dere to charges of driving under the influence and speeding. Nolo contendere means lie pleaded no contest. It was reported earlier that Torre had pleaded guilty. £ W.UAU ?rKU>"""' £ MIVIRSA There Is no need to clutter your shelves with a variety of Insect sprays. This broad spectrum spray takes care o< virtually every outdoor insect problem, plus mildew. Monts Seed Store 310 fciist Second Hope, Ark.
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