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24. 1963 Pioneer Performers Lead in Four Areas Last-place Galcsburg furnished 1 h r o e individual league-leaders according to 1hc final statistics released by Ihe Central Illinois College league office today. Dennis Doyle, all-league second baseman, captured the baiting crown with a hefty .354 mark. He also led the loop in hits with r>2 safe blows. Speedy Gary Bruington, Pioneer utility man, tied for the league load in stolen bases. Bruinglon pilfered 10 bases to match the total of Bloomington's Mike Neal in that department. Bruington stole his bases in 24 attempts. Larry Johnson tied with Rico Zuccaro in drawing the most free passes (3P. Leading home run hitter was Tim Hcintzclman of Lincoln. Hcint&elman, who was out for part of the season with injuries, swatted seven roundtrippers over the summer, Mike Budd, Springfield outfielder, drove in 27 runs to top all performers in that department. Val Bush, runnerup to Doyle for batting laurels, paced the r i league in triples with six three- baggers. First baseman Harlan Lauten- scblager of Champaign-Urbana had the most total bases (74), scored the most runs (28), and tied with Elston Mitchell of Lincoln and Rich Scheinblum of Bloomington for the lead in doubles (9). Wayne Schmitz, rugged Bloomington righthander, claimed the lowest earned run average of any hurler in the league. He compiled a 0.89 mark in 63 innings of work. Charles Hartenstein of Cham- paigivUrbana was the top winner with nine victories. Ron Kluch of Peoria and Marty Pattin of Champaign - Urbana hurled the most complete games (10). Pattin paced loop hurlers in strikeouts. Hurling the most shutouts was big Joe Hennessy of Springfield. Hennessy "zeroed in 1 ' on five opponents. Elston Mitchell and Tom Giles, both of Lincoln, had the longest consecutive hitting streaks of the season at 10 games each. Not listed in the top 15 hitters in the league because he joined paign was Ed "Porky" Brooks. However, Brooks rapped the ball at a .302 clip in the 17 games in which he appeared. Finishing third among the loop hitters was Elston Mitchell (Lincoln) with a .338 average. Rounding out the top six were Dennis DellaPina and Mike Neal, a pair of Bloomington performers with .313 marks. John Counsell (Peoria) slapped the ball at a .305 clip. He was followed by Jim Vopicka (Champaign-Urbana ) at .288, Schein­ blum (Bloomington) at .287, Lautenschlager (Champaign - Urbana) and Jim Dodd (Lincoln) at .285, Doug Rader (Bloomington) and Heintzelman (Lincoln) at .283, Bill Wolff (Bloomington) at .282, Gene Vincent (Cham- and Jim Galesburg at the end of the cam-1 summer series. .282, paign-Urbana) at .280, Dix (Springfield) at .279. The Galesburg Pioneers finished last in the league in team hitting with a .225 mark, and one notch up from the bottom in team fielding with a .934 average. The Lincoln Collegiates were the only team which Galesburg could master in league play. The Pioneers owned a 5-3 advantage over the Collegiates in their Maj NIGHT CHICAGO j ab h r bi! .JVlcC'w 4 110 Fox s n i n Knbin'n 4 110 Ward 4 0 3 1 H'h'ficr 4 0 11 Nicho'n 3 0 2 0 Hanson 4 0 0 0 Martin 10 0 0 aCarr'n 10 0 0 Wilh'm 2 0 0 0 -bMax'll 10 0 0 Bros'n 0 0 0 0 Horlen 0 0 0 0 dLandis 10 10 L eagu e GAME NEW Kubek Rich'son Trcsh Pc pi tone Howard Blanch'd cRcod Lopez Linz Bouton YORK ab r h 4 1 1 2 2 0 0 1 n 4 3 4 4 1 1 3 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 4 4 3 1 2 0 0 bl 1 1 0 3 0 0 0 1 1 0 Totals 34 2 10 2| Totals 34 7 11 7 a—Ran for Martin in 7th; b— grounded out for Wilhelm in 7th; c—ran for Blanchard in 7th; d— singled for Horlen in 9th. Score by innings: 001 001 000—2 000 021 40x—7 PO-A—Chicago 24-10, New York 27-12. DP—Hansen, Fox Richardson. Kubek Kubek, Richardson LOB—Chicago 10, 2B—Ward 2, Rich- Chicago New York -None. and and and New Son, McCraw; Pepitone; Pepitone, York 4. Blanchard. SB—Richardson. ip h Wilhelm L, 2-8 „_6 6 Erosnan 1 5 Horlen 1 0 Bouton W, 17-6 „9 10 U—Smith, Runge, DiMuro, Stevens. T—2:26. A—30,014. r er bbio 3 3 0 1 4 4 11 0 0 0 0 2 2 5 2 Finals Set For Sunday At Knox • Finals in the Knox County Tennis Tournament are slated for Sunday afternoon at the Knox College courts. Singles* competition will begin at 1 p.m. with doubles' action scheduled for 3 p.m. Already gaining a berth in the singles* final is Jim Swanson. John Thiel is defending city champion. In doubles 1 action there will be a new champion crowned. The Thiel-Art Fish combination, which took the title last summer, has already been eliminated. 7 Reschedule Game Slated For Tod a) The contest in the Canton Invitational Little League Tournament between a Galesburg Little League squad and a team from Hanna City which was scheduled for today was postponed due to wet grounds. Galesburg and Hanna City will play tomorrow morning at 11:30 in Canton. NEW YORK ab r h 5 0 0 0 0 2 2 Hick'an Hark'ss Hunt Gonder Snider Thomas Carmcl Moran bCole'n Stallnrd Bearn'h aHicks Jacks'n Craig cChris'r 4 4 4 X 1 3 0 1 3 0 1 2 2 2 3 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 bi 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 CHICAGO ab r 5 0 h Gram'as 5 0 1 Brock 3 11 Burton 2 10 Santo 3 2 2 Willia's 2 2 2 Hubbs 3 0 1 Banks 4 0 1 Bertcli 3 0 0 Toth 2 0 0 Hobble 10 0 McDan'l 0 0 0 bl 0 0 0 1 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 32 5 8 5| Totals 28 6 8 8 a—Struck out for Bearnarth in 7th; b—singled for Moran in 9th; c—hit sacrifice fly for Craig in 9th. Score by innings: New York 100 111 001—5 Chicago 003 020 lOx—6 E—Brock, Harkness 2. PO-A— New York 24-18, Chciago 27-9. LOB —New York 7, Chicago 7. SB- Santo, Hunt, Gonder. HR—Hunt. Williams 2, Carmel. S—Burton. SF —Snider, Williams, Christopher. ip h Stallard 2% 6 Bearnarth L, 2 -6— 3 Va 2 Jackson 1 ^3 0 Craig _ _ % 0 Toth W, 5-8 5% 6 Hobble 2Vi 2 McDaniel 1 0 r er bbso 3 3 3 0 2 1 2 0 2 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 4 4 12 112 3 0 0 10 HBP—By Toth, Hunt: by Jackson, Santo. WP—Jackson. U—Barlick, Vargo, Harvey, Weyer. T— 2:45. A—9,634. 2 Southpaws Signed DETROIT (UPD — Southpaw pitchers Eugene Voss of South Holland, 111., and Gary Johnson of Shamokin, Pa., signed Friday by I lie Detroit Tigers, will report to the Lakeland Club of the Florida State League next March. Beats Record AUCKLAND, New Zealand (AP) —Bill Baillie of New Zealand bettered the world record for the 20,000 -meter run Saturday with a time of 59 minutes, 28.6 seconds. This is 23.2 seconds below the listed record of Emil Zatopek of Czechoslovakia. Bears and Green Bay Vie Tonight By United Press International The world champion Green Bay Packers make their first showing of 1963 before the homefolks Saturday night when they take on the Chicago Bears before a sellout crowd of more than 40,0* in a pre-season game at Milwaukee. In all, there are five National Football League exhibition games on Saturday's schedule and one in the American Football League. The Dallas Cowboys meet the Los Angeles Rams at Portland, Ore.; the Detroit Lions play L he St. Louis Cardinals at Omaha, Neb.; the Philadelphia Eagles take on the Washington Redskins at Charlotte, N, C, and the Pittsburgh Steelers face the Baltimore Colts at Atlanta. In the AFL, the Buffalo Bills entertain the Boston Patriots at Buffalo, N.Y. The Kansas City Chiefs, helped by a 104-yard kickoff return by Charley Warner, defeated the Denver Broncos, 30-16, in Friday night's only pre-season game. Denver led the defending AFL champs, 10-7, at halftime on the margin of Gene Mingo's 17-yard field goal. The Chiefs went ahead in the third period on Eddie Wilson's 32-yard scoring pass to rookie Stone Johnson, a former U.S. Olympic sprinter. A safety, Len Dawson's five- yard TD pass to Fred Arbanas, and Jack Spike's touchd own plunge clinched the game for Kansas City with a 16-point final quarter. A slim crowd of 6,865 watched the game at Kansas City. 12 LANES AVAILABLE For a League on the early ihMl Wednesday at 6:30. NORTHGATE LANES 1576 N. Hender*on 342-6171 Team Opening At G-Bowl There is an opening for one team in the Railroad League, which gets under way Aug. 29 at the Galesburg Bowl. The opening is for the 6:30 shift. Those interested should contact the Galesburg Bowl. > x Scores NIGHT MILWAUKEE ab r h bi Maye 4 0 5 5 Boiling Aaron Mathe's :i 2 1 1 1 3 3 1 0 1 2 2 Cline Torre Oliver Menko McMi'n Spahn 0 0 0 0 5 4 5 4 3 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 GAME LOS ANGELES ab r h bi 3 1 3 0 4 0 4 4 4 4 4 0 1 1 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 Wills Gilliam T.Davis Howard Walls Ferrara W.Davis Roseb'o Calmus Rowe aMcMu'n 10 0 0 Sherry 0 0 0 0 bSko'on 10 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 Totals 38 6 13 6 1 Totals 34 19 1 a—Popped out for Rowe in 7th; b—flied out for Sherry in 9th. Score by innings: Milwaukee 200 001 003—6 Los Angeles 100 000 000—1 E—Rowe, Roseboro. T. Davis, Menke. PO-A — Milwaukee 27-9, Los Angeles 27-13. DP—T. Davis and Gilliam; McMillan, Boiling and Oliver; Torre and McMillan; Gilliam, Wills and Walls; T. Davis, Gilliam and Walls; Spahn, McMillan and Oliver. LOB—Milwaukee 10, Los Angeles 8. 2B—Spahn. HR Mathews, Aaron. SB—Aaron, Maye. SF—Spahn. ip h Spahn W, 16-5 ___9 9 Calmus L, 2-1 % 4 Rowe 6 ^3 5 Sherry 2 4 HBP—By Sherry. Oliver. U^Gorman, Landes, Sudol, Forman. T—2:30. A—36,013. r «r bbso 112 3 2 2 0 0 10 2 3 3 3 10 NIGHT ST. LOUIS ab r h bi Flood 3 1 4 Groat 0 0 0 0 0 Maxvill 0 0 0 0 White Boyer James Altman Kolb Javier 4 3 4 4 1 1 0 1 4 0 0 0 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 4 0 2 1 GAME HOUSTON ab r h Spangler 3 0 Runnels Wynn 4 4 1 0 0 0 2 McCar'r 4 0 0 0 Gibson 3 0 0 0 Bateman 4 0 0 Staub 4 0 0 Warwick 3 0 1 Aspro'te 3 1 Lillis Farrcll a Smith 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 Umbric't 0 0 0 bl 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Totals33 4 8 3| Totals 31 1 5 1 a—Grounded out for Farrell in 8th. St. Louis 400 000 000—4 Houston 000 000 010—1 E—Bateman. PO-A—St. Louis 279, Houston 27-12. DP—Groat, Javier and White; Farrell, Runnels and Staub; Runnels and Staub. LOB— St. Louis 4, Houston 4. 2B—Alt- man, Wynn 2, White. 3B—James, SB—Flood, White, Javier. Gibson W, 14-7 FarreU L, 10-10 Umbricht ip .9 8 1 h T er bb«o 5 1 1 1 12 7 4 4 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 ,wHrr Venzon - Steiner, Donatelii, Williams. T—1:36, A—14,483. Downes Wants Fight LONDON (UPD — Former middleweight champion Terry Downes announced Friday he would like to fight Chic Calderwood for the British lh»hl-hoavy- weight title in early October. Downes, out of action since knocking out Jimmy Beecham of Miami. Fla. ( last March, also indicated he might challenge Laszlo Papp of Hungary or current middleweight champion Dick Tiger of Nigeria. Takes Series SHAWNEE, Okla. (AP)-Charlotte, N.C. defeated San Jose, Calif., 5-3, Friday night and won the 1963 Colt Baseball League World Series. Repeats (AP) LARCHMONT, N.Y. Hank Schcfter of Mamaroncck, N.Y., an Air Force lieutenant, repeated as North American 505 Class sailing champion Friday with his second victory in the three-race series. Race Meets Death OSWEGO, N.Y. (AP) driver Nelson Ward of Battle Creek, Mich., was killed Friday night when his sports car slammed into another car, jumped a wall and pinned him at the Shangri- La Speedway, near here. Top Champs STRATFORD, Conn. (AP) — Phoenix, Ariz., started the 1963 Women's World Softball Tournament off with a bang Friday night by defeating the 1962 champions from Orange, Calif., 1-0. New Mark St At nds 22 B unker Links urs RECORD BREAKERS—Jim Owens (left) holds record away from him in just 22 hours with a banner telling that he broke a 14-year old course 62 Friday. The old mark was 64 shared by record at Bunker Links Thursday with a 63. However, Bill Fox explains that he took the Harry Popham, Bob Cree and Curly Johnson. Wi Galesburg's Micro Midget Club is making preparations for their state championship races Saturday, Aug. 31, at Squire's Speedway with a full field of entries expected. The feature event for the championship race will be 50 laps instead of the usual 25. Joe Wilson, leading point-maker, will be among those racing for honors in the big title races. Wilson, from Hudson, broke his own track mark at the local speedway in races Saturday night. Joe was clocked in 13.75 in the time trials, one month ago, A large crowd attended the races last Saturday despite cool weather and witnessed five track collisions which put several cars out of action. Gene Reem of Galesburg and Jack DeWolf of Wyoming tangled on the No. 2 turn with the latter's car turning upside down. No injuries resulted, however. Galesburg's Jim Howard, second in point standing, was plagued by car trouble. Winners In the various events were: Trophy Dash—Joe Wilson. Hudson; Tuck Dowell, Monmouth; Don Foster, Towanda. First Heat Race—Joe Wilson, Hudson; Tuck Dowell, Monmouth; Don Foster, Towanda. Second Heat Race—Jerry Brown, Peoria; Wayne England, Macomb; Ed Hendricks, Mt. Sterling. Third Heat Race—Ed England, Galcsburg; Gene Reem, Galesburg; Maurice (Red) Frazier, Galesburg. Consolation Race—J ack DeWolf, Wyoming; Dean Wlgnall, Galesburg; - Dick Wlgnall, Galesburg. Semi Feature — Gene Reem, Galesburg; Jerry Brown, Peoria; Maurice (Red) Frazicr, Galesburg. Feature Race—Joe WUson, Hudson; Jack DeWolf, Wyoming; Gene Reem, Galesburg; Jerry Brown. Peoria: Don Foster. Towanda; Ea Hendricks, Mt. Sterling. Track Events Hold Focus In Illinois JC Jamboree BLOOMINGTON, 111. (UPD Action at the Illinois Youth Commission's Junior Sports Jamboree today centered on finals in track events. The finals in the field events were held Friday with 15-year-old Jeff Smithers of Moline establishing the only new meet record. Smithers set the new mark with a 6 feet, 3MHnch effort in the intermediate boys 1 high jump Darkness Halts Net Tournament BROOKLINE, Mass. (AP) Men's semifinal play in the National Doubles Tennis Tournament started today after favorites Chuck McKinley and Dennis Ralston pick up where they left off Friday j night when darkness halted their quarter-final match with Frank Froehling and Donald Dell. The U.S. Davis Cuppers were leading Froehling and Dell 7-5, 8-10, 6-4, and were deadlocked 5-5 in the fourth set when it became too dark to continue. The winner of their match will round out the semifinal line-up, playing British Davis Cuppers Bobby Wilson and Roger Taylor. The Englishmen qualified by beating Allen Fox of Los Angeles and Jim McManus of Berkeley, Calif., 7-5, 4-6, 6-4, 6-3. The other men's semifinal will send the top-seeded Mexican team of Antonio Palafox and Rafael Osuna against Cliff Buchholz of St. Louis and Ronnie Fisher of Houston. The Mexicans whipped Arthur Ashe of Richmond, Va., and Larry Naglcr of Hollywood, Calif., 7-5, 0-7, 17-15, and the seventh-seeded Fisher and Buchholz upset third- seeded Marty Riessen of Evanston, 111., and Clark Graebner of Shaker Heights, Ohio, 4-6, 6-3, 6-4, 7-9, 6-4. Darlene Hard and Maria Bueno will sit out the day, having gained the women's finals Friday with a 6-4, 6-4 sweep over England's Christine Truman and Ann Haydon Jones. competition. More than 600 athletes from all over the state are taking part in the jamboree. Winners in Friday's field event competition were; Intermediate boys' high jump- Jeff Smithers, Moline, 6 feet, 3Vs inches. Midget Girls' hop, step and jump — Melinda Hart, Bloomington, 26 feet, IVz inches. Midget boys' hop, step and jump—Gary Nagel, Nashville, 28 feet, 10V 2 inches. Midget girls' broad jump—Sheron Holub, Riverside, 14 feet, 1V4 inches. Midget boys' baseball throw- Robert Gotts, Sullivan, 204 feet, 5 inches. Junior girls' high jump—Tamie Jean Draper, Sterling, 4 feet, 8 inches. Midget boys' broad jump—Gary Birch, Geneva, 15 feet, 1 inch. Junior boys' high jump—Kenneth White, Edwardsville, 5 feet, 3 l /a inches. Junior girls' broad jump—Darlene Hitchcock, Dolton, 15 feet, 6% inches. Junior boys' baseball throw Larry Hallam, Peoria, 279 feet, 11 inches. Junior boys' broad jump Breemn Lawhon, Chicago, 18 feet, 4 1 4 inches. Intermediate girls' high jump Fran Dueley, Chicago, 4 feet, 9% inches. Junior girls' baseball throw— Brenda Gilson, Rock Island, 222 feet, 10 inches. Intermediate girls' broad jump Openings for More Bowlers At Northgate There are still many openings for teams and individuals in league bowling at Northgate Lanes with invitations out to both men and women. There are openings in three men's leagues and six women's leagues. Anyone interested may contact Ronnie Long, Northgate manager, for times and other information. —Shirley Cox, Chicago Heights, 15 feet, 5% inches. Intermediate boys' baseball throw — Pat Humphrey, Quincy, 315 feet, 4% inches. Intermediate boys' broad juny —Jeff Hall, Moline, 20 feet, 3 inches. Intermediate girls' baseball throw—Jo Duff, Clay City, 217 feet, 3 inches. Bob Gibson Allows Colts Five Hits READ THE WANT ADS! Putt-Putt Tournament Sunday August 2:30 P.M. Professional Division $100 Cash Prize* Amateur Division Prizes INQUIRE AT PUTT^PUTT GOLF COURSE, N. Henderson St., for Details. HOUSTON, Tex. (AP) — Bob Gibson of the St. Louis Cardinals allowed the Houston Colts only five hits Friday night as he led his team to a 4-1 triumph. Combined with Warren Spahn's 6-1 victory over the Los Angeles Dodgers for Milwaukee, the win tightened the National League pennant race. The combination cut the Dodgers 1 first-place lead over the runnerup Cardinals to 5M> games. For Gibson, his 14th triumph against seven defeats was almost routine. He has now beaten the Colts four times this season and came within one strikeout of matching his against Houston in June. The Cardinals scored four runs in the first and then settled back while Gibson fired away. Curt Flood led off the first with a walk and Bill White bunted safely, the first of his four hits. The pair then pulled a double steal, and when catcher John Bateman's throw went into centerfield, Flood scored. Ken Boyer walked and George Altman doubled home two runs and then scored on Julian Javier's single. Ron Taylor (7-5) will make one of his rare starting appearances tonight when he faces the Colts and Skinny Brown (4-9). 13 strike outs TIMBER VIEW LAKE FRESH WATER, SWIMMING, SAND BEACH, REFRESHMENT STAND, PICNIC AREA REGISTER NOW PRIZES SEPT. 1 Open daily 10 A.M. to Sunset — LIFEGUARD ON DUTY Located 1 mile North of Bushnell on Ht. 41 to sign. East on gravel road II* mile. Look for sign. Jim Owens broke a 14-year-old course record at Bunker Links Thursday, but he held it for only 22 hours. The veteran linkster, a former city champion, came up with a 63 Thursday on the par 72 course, one stroke better than the mark shared by Harry Popham, former pro at Soangetaha; Bob Cree and Curly Johnson. His reign as record holder at the city course was short-lived, however. Friday Bill Fox, defending match play champion at Bunker Links, lowered the mark by one stroke with a sizzling 10- under-par 62. Owens was playing with Jack West, Francis Paul and Pete Olson while Fox was in a three­ some which included Claire Johnson and Joe Barton. Popham was the first of the trio to establish the previous mark of 64, turning the trick in the Jaycee Benefit Tournament in 1950. After that the record was equaled by Cree end Johnson. Johnson, the last to fire a 64, did it five years ago. Both Owens and Fox each had • one bogey during their impressive rounds but one more birdie by Fox accounted for the difference in scoring. Had 10 Birdies Owens was one under on 10 holes Thursday while Fox boasted 11 sub-par holes Friday. "It was great while it lasted,** Owens said, at which point Fox asked, "Who's next?" I 1 •. V • I -.; !' • ''ill, I \Mt. ••!••=• 1 hjiii i.', '|i I 1 ir 1 1 i• •!•! % i 1 !- ! I '' ; : '' ^ ," : • 1,1 1 I •' '>> ,:• M ii 1 " 11 V;! " ! ;;/,•!! ill: : '•.. ,' i., •!. 1 iliiiiiii ! !i 1 n;i ''i:;'i ::i! { i iii l: i I 'i'ii iMJ'ii'!:'..., tt 'ill I • ill!' rihUititLLNJ BOB VOLISHA, a shortstop for the Lansing Old-Timers, will be in action tonight, weather permitting, against the Galesburg Warriors at H.T. Custer Park. Game time is 7:30. Volisha, a sophomore at Eastern Illinois University, is currently hitting .321 for the Old-Timers. Rivero Will Go Against Gonzalez NEW YORK (AP)—A power- puncher from the land of the Pampas, Juan (Rocky) Rivero of Argentina, tests his wallop tonight against ever dangerous Jose Gonzalez of Puerto Rico at Madison Square Garden. The 10 -round middleweight bout will be nationally televised over the ABC network at 9 p.m. EST and will be the last Saturday night TV fight from the famed Eighth Avenue arena. When boxing returns to the Garden in October, the TV bout of the week will be back on a Friday night basis. Rivero has knocked out 35 opponents while compiling an overall record of 38-7-1. He has been working out the last week under the watchful eye of Rocky Graziano, the former middleweight champion and knockout specialist. Graziano is listed as the co-manager of Rivero who expects to weigh around 157 pounds at the noon weigh-in. Gonzalez, a 23-year-old from Arroyo, P.R., may be more than Rivero can handle, however. Jose has only six knockouts in a 25-7-1 record, but he is ranked eighth by Ring Magazine and 10th by the World Boxing Association. Field of 15 Is Expected in Hambletonian DU QUOIN — With the field for the 38th edition of the Hamble­ tonian continuing to grow daily, a surprisingly large lineup of about 15 is expected to go post- ward in the trotting classic when it is renewed Wednesday at the DuQuoin State Fair. Latest to earn a definite starting berth in the standardbred world's most coveted event is Drummond Stables' Choir Boy w 7 ho battled his way to a hard- fought nose decision over favored Glidden Hanover in the $15,000 American-National Thursday at Sportsman's Park, covering the mile in 2:05-1/5. Listed as certain entries are Speedy Scot, Captain's Boy, Dorado, B. F. Coaltown, Glidden Hanover, Choir Boy, Filter, Floris, Cheer Honey, Elma, Star Act and Broadway Joe. 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