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-THE UKIAH DAILY JOURNAL- WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, W7- 11 Commentary Mill Creek in command Nurserymen up mark to 4-0, but Masonite just one back Mill Crock Nursery is again becoming the dominant force in Ukiah's Adult Flag Football league, easily rolling to their fourth win without a loss, but Masonite is still hanging in tough, just one game bchfmfthe leaders as league play is beginning to wind down. Playoffs are just two weeks away, with the championship game scheduled for October 14th. In Sunday's action.Mill Creek snowed their offensive might in steamrolling past The Pub by a 48-6 margin. Kelvin Chapman was again finding his receivers all evening, throwing five TD strikes, two to Scott DeLeon, and one each to Bill Norbury, Ron Pearson and Flip Fitch. Fitch had an all-around fine evening, catching a touchdown pass, adding Mill Creek's sixth passing touchdown with a pass to DeLeon and closing out the game with a 64 yard punt return for a score. The Pub's only touchdown came on a Mark Davie to Kevin Jennings strike in the second half. Masonite kept pace with a 30-18 win over Kinney's Gifts, as Paul Moore threw two scoring passes to both Tim King and Joe Turnbow. Dallege. Troy Furman and Brent Kinney open for touchdowns. Last Wednesday saw the tightest game of the season played, as Masonite outlasted the 39ers 26-19 in a game far closer than the score indicates. After Masonite took a 14-7 halftime lead on a pair of Paul Moore- to-Joe Tumbow touchdowns, the 39ers came roaring back. Quarterback Bill Walters found Ken Zimmerman (his second touchdown of the game) and Bobby Miller for scoring strikes to close the score to 20-19 with just 10 seconds left, with the 39ers having a chance to win with a two-point conversion. The 39ers failed in their game- winning conversion attempt, then allowed Masonite to score, on the third Moore to Tumbow scoring toss of the game, on the final play. Tim King added an earlier second halfr touchdown for the winners. Kinney's used a new quarterback against the O-fers last Wednesday, and the results were startling. Ne%v signal-caller Sterling Long threw seven touchdown passes in Kinney's easy 52-12. Five different receivers were at Dallcce 2-Jd;ng a _>--""•: jpiece. Loire ihrc-.v T'-r !r-c Z-rvint conversion?. •Ai'.h J:m DJ>'.I en the Kir.ncy 2-iJ'.r.e '.he t;f-..".- The O-fers r.ve icuchorATis -* ::e on a pair of Brian Bi.-r:tt touchdown passes, one co:rr to Ren Cole, the other to Chr:« Milder. STANDINGS Mill Creek Nursery -M> Masonite 3-1 O-fers -. 2-2 Kinney's Gifts 2-? 39ers.! 1-2 The Pub O- 1 LEADING SCORERS i _ •" I~Z~i I"- * - "-'"" K " ." "_..4_"~_ 5 3: fce T«tc- W R,? F.*S WO" T= faa OC* * Ke>si fXi.ar. CMC ' Br=t Rarer (It," J- Ken 7;"TrierJBBR \7?) —-~ Etd Ccfc (O) * 5rr!i=* Lccf (X) 5 CnJ NSIit (O) 4 Mia Ho«rf OtQ" 4— J T»nv p ,, .,„ ,T['i S _3 F-*4 Nib! (F> 4 3 Bo* NSJer Of. 3 J_ Sccc f>Leon WO** 5 • Ron ftjncc OIO" _ .— * •• ' <K>" (K) Tumbow's second scoring catch the end of his scoring tosses. Brent Lendl in Transamerica tonight covered 70 yards. Jamie Alexander's passing kept Kinney's within a touchdown for most of the game, as he found John Kinney was Long's favorite target, gathering in three scorit tosses, with Troy Furman. Bobby O'Farrell. Jim Davton and John TD <MC)- PuJ >*x«e (M) — Brio Bins (O) StrijM f ***> (X) —. Bill Witen (39) hrae Ateonfcr (X)— NUc Uca(P) _ XP t. 33 SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Top-seeded Ivan Lcndl, fresh from his U.S. Open triumph, makes his first appearance in the Transamcri- ca Open tonight, a tournament that has already lost all its other would- be semi-finalists in upsets. The latest upset came on Tuesday night wh«i Tim Wilkison defeated third-seeded Brad Gilbert of Piedmont, Calif., 7-5,6-7,7-6 in a match that lasted two hours and 45 minutes. On Monday, unknown Jim Pugh of Palos Verdes, Calif., upset second-seeded Tim Mayotte and Matt Anger of Aptos, Calif., beat fourth-seeded Henri Leconte of France. Lendl, who had tried to skip the Las Vegas, Kevin Currcn (7) of Austin, and Jay Berger (8) of Plantation, Fla. Also moving into the second round were Jim Grabb of Tucson, Todd Nelson of San Diego and Peru's Jamie Yzaga who upset Poll: S.F. voters favor new stadium tournament to have surgery to eighth-weded Scott Davis of Bard- remove a cyst on his neck, will face moor ' Ha Mel Purccll of Atlanta on the evening card. Other seeded players advancing on Tuesday were David Pate (5) of Grabb beat former Stanford teammate Patrick McEnroe, whose older brother is missing this tournament for the first time in 1 1 years due to a 60 day suspension. SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — With the San Francisco 49ers football team on strike and the Giants headed for the National League playoffs, San Francisco voters have reversed their earlier stand and now favor construction of a privately financed baseball stadium. A poll by the San Francisco Chronicle shows Proposition W, the stadium plan on the Nov. 3 ballot, with a lead of 53 percent to 37 percent, with 10 percent including 570 satin jackets and tiny undecided. "I'm a Humm-Baby" T-shirts for "The Giants winning has certainly had a kind of halo effect," said pollster Mark Baldassare, after SCOREBOARD Baseball infants. Among the most popular items were the 510 "Western Division the team won the National League National League Championship" T-shirts, a distinction the team last boasted 16 years ago. And companies including Dakin Inc., maker of stuffed animals, are scrambling to capitalize on Giants fever with their own souvenir items. The company ha5 just com- Sealtle (^Morgan 12-18) at Kantas City at Teiat (Witt (0.Jackson 8-18). (n) Minnesota (Slraker 8-9) NATIONAL LEAGUE Eeel Dlvt.lon W L St. Louit 03 64 New YorK 90 88 Montreal 88 69 Philadelphia 79 79 Pultburjh 7S 81 Chicago 74 81 We.t D.viiton W L i-San Francesco 87 70 Cincinnati 80 77 Houston Lot Angeiet Atlanta San Diego Pel. .592 .570 .561 .500 .481 .477 OB 3S 5 14% 17* 18 GB 74 70 67 64 83 87 89 93 7 13 17 19% 23 Pet. .5S4 .510 .471 .446 .429 .408 i clinched division title Tu**d.y'. Cam*. Cincinnati 5. Atlanta 4 Si Louit 1, Montreal 0. ttt game St. Louit 3. Montreal 0. 2nd game Philadelphia 3. New YorK 0 Chicago al PitttDurgh. ppd . rain Lot Angeiet 6. Hoution 1 San Francitco 5. San Diego 3 Wedneedty'e Gamee Chicago (Mover 11-15 and Sutclille at Pmtourgn (Fisher 10-9 and B*I«>I 2-3i. 2 New York (Gooden 15-7) at Phila-- delphia (Hawley 17-11). (n) Atlanta (Glavlna 2-4) at Houtton (Scott 16-13). (n) Montreal (Perez 60) at St. Loult 19-9) 7-10). (nl Cleveland (AkerleWt 2-5) at Oakland (Stewart 19-12). (n) SAN FRAN SAN DIEGO ab r h bl eb r h bi Leonard If S 0 1 0 Mack cl 3100 MWllmt it 4 100 Santiago c 4 1 1 2 Melndz Ib 4140 Kruk ID 4010 Spllmn 36 4001 Ready 30 4110 Reid rl 3111 Byert II 4020 Kutcher cl 4 1 1 0 Abner rl 4011 Watngr 2b 3 1 0 0 Tmpltn tt 3000 Unwrng c 3 0 0 0 Cora 2t> 3000 Downt p 2001 Jlertn ph 1000 Oarreltt p 0 0 0 0 JJonet p 0000 Melvln pn 1000 Nelson ph 1000 Leflertt p 0000 Booker p 0000 Flnnrv ph 1000 Whllton p 0000 Wynne ph 1000 Comstck p 0 0 0 0 Tettle 11 S 7 1 Tettle 13 1 8 } San Frenclece Ml 010 000—S Sen Diego 000 100 020—1 Game Winning RBI — Reid (1). E—Ready a Manwaring. DP—San Diego 2. LOB—San Francitco 6. San 0«go S. 2S-8yers. 38-Kutdw. HR— Reid (t). San logo (18). SB—Kn* (181. Sf— Down*. IP H R ER BB SO San Franel.ce .708, 2.81; 4 are tied tt«i .667. STRIKEOUTS—Laootton. Seattle, 252; CJemen*. Botcn, 231; Wouera, Ufc«m*»e. 230; Hougtt. Tciam. 220: Mom*. Detroit. 202. SAVES—HenKe. Toronto. 34; Reaftton. Mmneeda. 31; Ron**, New Yoi*. 31; PMtac. MilixwAe*. 23; Bi*r», Caf*OfTM. 17. Tennis laindal Kth Sct«th Gtinc— Bob Waifi. Ml: »"ith Ha&ctf— Bob V|-,=jct. hxtndujj ilich Scnich Scnu— Mirk NUcilin. 6W. With Hamk'cap— Mnk Mxklin. 707. Te«n> I5«h Souch Otax— Fomer Fnxtt. 799; ft'ith fUiuiica^— Foficr Frcue, 898. Team IE(h So«ch Senct—foaa FICCJC, 21M; W,-Ji llantop— Xtuin'l Ekcnic, 1476. West Division title by beating the San Diego Padres 5-4 Monday night. "More people are talking about the team, there's no football being played and, of course, the Giants are heroes now," he added. A poll on the stadium published in July, about two months before the Giants Jxxame the hottest team in baseball, showed voters opposing a public-financed stadium. The pleted the prototyj for a "Hummm-Baby doll," siud Harold Nizamian, company president. "People are ready to snap up tarty Blrdl new poll gauged support for a anything with a Giants logo on it," privately financed ball park in said Pat Gallagher, the team's vice downtown San Francisco on land at president of business operations. (Fortcfl 11-6). In) (Dr Downt W.1 1-9 Gamtts S.6 Cmclnn ' (browning 8-13) at San Diego (Hawklnt 3-9). (n) San Francitco (Krukow 4-8) at Lot An- geiet (Belcher 4-t), (n) . Sen Diego JJonet L8-? Booker WMton Comtiock e 2 i 3 2 2 2 1 2 0 2 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 1 1 2 SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Results of Tuesdayt matches al the TrantaVnerica Open: Firet Round Jay Beroet (8). Plantation. Fla.. del. Dane Vater. South AJrca. «-3>7-5, Jim GraW, Tuacon. del. Patrick McEnroe. Oyster Bay. New Yor*. S-3T *C. Kevin Curren (7). Austin, del. Glenn LayendecKer. Portola Valey. CaHomla, 6-4. 6-2. Todd NeHon, San Diego, del. Joey Rive. FL Lauder- daie. 6-3. 6-3. Trn W*uson, Athevile. N. C. del. Brad Giberl (3). Piedront. CaM, 7-5. 6-7 (5-7). 7-« (7-3). David Pale (5). Las Vegas, del. DerncK Rostagno. Brentwood. Call.. 6-4. M. Jarne Yzaga. Peru. del. Scon Davit (6). Bardmoor. Fla.. 6-2. 6-3. Local Bowling Here are the latest result from LJkiaht bowling toaauet. MONDAY NITt LATE Slx«t Nfetal Williu C»fc TV- Vi]Kvml __ ' ~ 15-1 )KkKB MokOe Htxne Senrioc Ceral On UdftHin ---- _ ____ 9-7 9-7 1-7 ^•* no cost to the city and with no tax increases. Meanwhile, Giants fans crowded the aisles of team souvenir shops Starting Thursday, the Giants will start selling playoff souvenirs at three suburban shopping malls, said David Alioto, Giants retail Bnml Tracknf No. Saa> Komi. NU Realton Dili Centme TUe 6-10 &-10 Tuesday buying dozens of items, sales manager. Tennessee denies cover-up ________________ ..... 2-14 _ _——.—_„ ____ _ ..... — . _____ 2-14 ndul Hith Satlcb Gune— Gloiii Strong. 226; With ohi Smut, 260. kxlindial IBjh ScnuhScriei— Bvbm Ria*er. 621; Wlh Hudica|>-Birt»ii Rintci. 699. Team H |h Scnich G«n»— UKib Sheet Mcul, 720; With Hmdicap. Ltih Shell Mcul. 847. Turn lluh Scntth Soio— UUih Shctt Sfeol. 2055; Wi'Ji Sheet Mcul. 2436. KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Tennessee sports officials deny suggestions in a published report improperly. The magazine also said scores of players, former coaches and Volun- that they looked away during ath- tecr athletic boosters described a letes' selling of complimentary system of giving clothing, airplane game tickets and that a subsequent tickets and other gifts to athletes in school probe was conducted violation of NCAA rules. Kck'i ftankel H-l Q»b AMERICAN LEAGUE Et.l Division W L 98 62 94 63 89 69 87 70 74 83 65 92 60 97 Wt.t Divlllon W L 85 73 79 79 78 79 74 83 74 83 73 84 73 84 Pet. .608 .599 .563 .554 .471 .414 .382 Pel. .538 .500 .497 .471 .471 .465 .465 GB 7 8% 21* 30* 35* GB 6 6* 10* 10* 11* 11* Toronto Detroit Milwaukee New York Botlon Baltimore Cleveland i-Mtnnetota Kansat City Oakland Seattle Teiat California Chicago x-clmcned division title Tueed.y'e Gimet New York 6. Botlon 0 Detroit 10. Baltimore 1 Milwaukee 5. Toronto 3 Chicago 1. California 0 Kantat City 6. Seattle 3 Teiaa 7, Minnesota 6 Oakland 5. Cleveland 4 Wednesday'. Game. Boston (Clement 18-9) al New York (Letter 2-1), (n) Baltimore (Meta 0-3) at Detroit (Palry 96), (n) Milwaukee (Nievet 13-8) al Toronto (Sueb 13-81. (n) California (Reuts 4-4) al Chicago (Dotton 10-12), (n) [SPORTSCARD! HBP—Warwohng by BooXer. Umpires—Home. Puli; First. Rtpptey: Second. DeMuth: Third. UcSnerry. T—2:11. A—9.682. CLEVELAND OAKLAND ab r h bl eb r h bl Butler cl 4121 Polonla dh 5 0 2 0 Hinio 20 4121 MOavIt rl 5021 Carter ib 3010 McGwIr id 5 1 11 MHall II 4021 Lanttrd 3b 4 1 1 0 Jacoby 3b 3001 Canteco II 4 0 1 1 Snyder rl 4000 Murphy cl 1100 DCIark dh 4 1 2 0 Stelnbch c 3 0 1 0 JBell tt 4000 Grlltin pr 0000 Allanson c 3 1 1 0 Tettleton c 0 0 0 0 CCtlllo ph 1000 Phillips 2b 4 2 1 2 Welts tt 4040 Totals 14 4 10 4 Totals IS S 13 S Cleveland 210 010 000—4 Oakland 202 000 Oil—S Game Wnning RBI — MDavis (6). DP—Cleveland 1. Oakland 1. LO8— Cleveland S. Oakland 10.- 2B— Lantfcxd, Canseco. DCIark 2. Weiss, Aivanson. HR— G-T'S Willia Dolly—. Stem. Rmiy * Team - 8-4 7-5 5.7 4-1 7-10 2-10 Tb. Four >lapcnu»- hJ» B'l- Cm* 10 Wu.. SENIOR FLYERS i 9-22) Cleveland Farrell DJonee L.6-5 Oakland Oniwero* W.IO-8 Eckertk«y S.15 10 3 . HSP— Steinbach by Parrel. Caner by Ontivwo*. P— f arrel. Umpire Second, Oenkinoaf; . . WP— f arrel. Umpire*— Home. McCoy: Finn. Brernjoan; enkinoaf; Thin). Code. T— 2:51. A— 7.291. Bid Gull bimJul Kfh Scntcfa GuaB-Otrcn Qn.u. 249; With Hoaikap—Ow> Onvo. 245. biiviteil tfifh Scntcfa Seriu—Ora Oraro, 602; With ^•T^ij-y*—u««t» Piiiick, 653. Team Hlfa S<nscfa G«a>—Rick's tXnn. 749; With lUaiicap—Rick's Demos, 901. Turn Ktb Scnich Sena—Rick's DcnuO, 2084; With ~ i 2J40. 9.3 9-3 6-6 6-6 5H -6V4 $-7 4K -7H 2-10 1-11 South Gu»-Ciut Pcod.nO- Iny Meek. Peal. lU-Alic. Bnma 233. 190; With _... Uivioul Ifiah Sattch Scow—Curt Pcod. 603-lny Mock, 522: With HndiCKt-Cvt Pmd. «7S-Thcln> IU1. 628. Tom Kah Scntcfa On*—JiJu B'l. 673; With HmiicA—tfa Shan, 874. Team' Kah Sonet SODM—Scnmhlcn, 1922; With liah RaDcn, 2434. Oatt-Pimn Hoi shod FALL SHOPPER Check Our Circular For Further Savings We tie t Tten n Tnpta Tbnat Turn H Teem M Tctin M I Tni»ni Parifjf- \ Curtis Strange This 32-year-old golfer broke the PGA's one-year money record by winning the World Series of Golf, pushing his 1987 earnings to $697,385. It was his 12th career victory. A Virginian, he was the 1985 Golf Writers Player of the Year. TODAY'S MAJOR LEAGUE LEADERS NATIONAL LEAGUE Rock * Bo.1 Tm>BATTING (440 at balsV-Gwynn. San Diego. .370; Guerrero, Los Angeles, .336; Raines, Montreal. .328; DJames. Atlanta. "313; WCIark. San Francisco, .310. RUNS—EDavit, dndmati. 120: Coleman. Si. Loult, 119; Gwynn. San Diego, 118; Raines, Montreal, 118; DMurphy, Atlanta. 112; Samuel. Phladetohja, 112. RBV-Oawson, Chicago, 132; Walach. Montreal. 117; SchmJdt, Philadelphia. 111; JCIark. St. Louis. 106; McGee. St. Louis. 106. HITS—Gwynn, San Diego, 214: Guerrero, Los Angeiet, 179: OSmth, St Loult, 179; Cofetmn. SL Louis. 178: McGee. St. Louis, 176. DOUBLES—Gala/rag*. Montreal, 40; Wallach, Montreal. 40; OSrnJth. St Louis, 39; Oyktua. New York. 37; Gwynn. San Diego, 37: McGee. Si. Louis, 37. TRIPLES—Samuel. Philadelphia. 15; Gwynn. San Diego. 13; McGee, St. Louis, 11; Coleman, St. Louis. 10; VanSlyke, Pittsburgh. 10. HOME RUNS-%awson, Chicago, 47; DMurphy. Atlanta. 43; Strawberry, New York. 38; EDavit. Cincinnati, 37: HJohnton, New Yoifc. 36. Rtdwood A STOLEN BASES-Cotomao. St. Louis, 106; Gwynn. Km,, Am. SanOego,55;Hatcher.Houston.51;EDav».Cincinn*li, Pm» T.V.. 50; Raines. Montreal. SO. Al * Jim's PITCHING (14 decisions)—Martina:. Montreal, 11-4, .733.3.30; Gooden, New York, 1S-7. .682.3.22; Dunne, Pittsburgh. 12—6, .667,3.07; Sutdfle. Chicago, 18-9, .667,3.61; Deshaias, Houston. 11—6. .647.4.62; Forsch. Si. Louis. 11—6. .647. 4.30. STRIKEOUTS—Ryan. Houston, 260: Scott, Houston, 229; Valeniuela, Los Angeles, 188: Welch. Los Angeles, 188; Herthiser, Los Angeles, 185. SAVES—Badroslan, Philadelphia. 40; leSrnnh. Chicago, 35: Worrell, St. Louis. 33; Franco. Cindnnali. 30; McDowell, New York, 25. AMERICAN LEAGUE BATTING (440 at bait)—Boggs, Bosun. .363: Molior, Milwaukee. .356; Trammel!. Datrol. .344; Maningly, New York, .330; Puckelt, Minnesota. .329- RUNS—GBoll. Toronto. 111; Whjaker. Delrol. 110; Boggt. Boston. 108; Molitor, Milwaukee. 106; DwEvans, Boston. 106; Trammell. Deuoit. 106. RBI—GBeU, Toronto. 134; DwEvans. Boston, 121; McGwiie, Oakland. 116; Maningly, New York, 114; Joyrt- er, Callornla. 112. HITS—Seltzer. Kansas Cily. 202: Boggs. Boston. 200; PucHstt, Minntsou. 200; Trarmwl, Oetroi. 199; Yount. Milwaukee, 193. DOUBLES—Boggi. Boston. 40; Moltor, Milwaukee, 39: Maningly. New York. 36; DwEvans. Boston, 37; PBradtey. siaiile. 37; WhHaker, Detroil. 37. TRIPLES—Wilson. Kansas City, 16: PBradtey, S#at- tl«, 10; Polonla, Oakland, 10; Yount. Milwaukee. 8:8 aie lied with 7. HOME RUNS—McGwire, Oakland, 49; GBel. Toronto, 47; DwEvans. Boston, 34; Hrbak. Minnesota, 34; Da£vans, Detroit, 33. STOLEN BASES—Reynolds. Seattle, 57; Wilson. Kansai Csy. 63; Redus, Chicago. 49; Moliior. MilwauKM, 44; RHenttarson. New York, 40. PITCHING (14 deetstonsJ-Musselman. Toronto, _ .. -^ s . . 12-4, .760,3.98; CwutU, Toronto, 11 -4, .733.4.42; Gust- Reliance Eutwpniet.. ternm StWIhJ. 10-4, .714. 3.76; Key, Toronto, 17-7, R-A. Mtiieal - _7-5 1-5 6-6 4-8 2-«' bdivUtttl Ifiih Scrmtth Gems— Ruben Guiddi, 174-Lm- is Lutnu. 194; Witfa Htmticap-JaTy Aihcron, 221 -Lioit !Zi98 _ ICllKxi IfclWW Glllon I E-fKar» Lain Rtl Finish E-Z Kire Flat Enamel E-Z Kara Semi-Gloss <ea.es a toogr- MJJ|.I U I o* Enarndl s o«a t e < • :•-•" Mjitei MECHANIC Uividul Hisli Scnucfa Seiie»—Robert Ovliooli, 491 -Sher- UB EmUn4\ 4«; Wilfa Utitfcmp—Jeny AifaooA, 589-Jen- amm CaaHOl, 657. Team Kah Scntcfa Oam»-Diiia-i-Un(S. 495; With H4|^|^fam Oinj-j-U"JT. 648. Tctoi Kah Scnich" Serie»—Dinft-linas. 1337; With Handicap-Team 12, 1109. Friday laUraaUenal (ttarauab 9-2S um Miiratnanc. 2 9-3 7-5 7-S 7-5 6-6 Yoktyo Bowl J-7 Reiwool tanleum Mtinamanrx 1 —5-7 _-. ™ katindoal Hiah Scaich Caa»—Wt>» Shuilci, 254; With lUndicip, Wsyne Shuitu. 274. lodividutl K(h Scrtlch Serie*— Ws>-ne Shujtei. 611; With Handicap. Wtync Shiuter, 683. Team Hiah Scnich Gtmj—Honnold Trucking, 934. With Hudicu—Hctiaold Trockic*. 1093. TeamHiah Struct Strict—Al & Jim's Avuoiwttc. 1552; With Hu&ap. tkoooU Tnickin« 3018. Wednesday Night Mlrflu (Ihrouih 9-23) Bob HulTt Ihfeati ™ The Airporief _^, ».«.«« •, Riek't Dooitp « «— —-.-........ Sivinp Bank. . Schweppcj .. .. - D.veKuTilc. Homclowu Sure - .... ....... Pc*lci ftee«.. .. Mima's Electric „.. Rick Spaewit Imnnce... CBH»ySola .D *Q Auto- 37JQ I Finlthlna i§nd«r «o.si Vtrleble-lpted Jl eoueetrxoSrimmpme*)/ •- - J«1l-ln. Mlt 8«ndtr. h-HP mots' kv TOO » p*rm,n- 29J9 39.99 7V*-iivClreuI»rliwr,« ipm t n<gn>torqwt 2-HP n Hour 30.000 rpm Du'lDit Flat Acrylic Lalci House Paint >;>-- .„• .-,.o-.>•?>:- Satin Acrylic Latex House Paint ^-v.3, --••• s> Flat Latex Wall Paint D-es 'as! J Pc. 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