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»»AC;E TWELVE ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH FRIDAY, JULY 22,I960 Continental Plans to Form Loop National TurnsDown New Offer NEW YORK (AP) - The Con- tlnental League is pushing ahead, determined to gain recognition as a third major baseball league, and the National League has turned down n bid by Madison Square Garden tor a New York franchise. These two developments Thursday could have a far-reaching in- flunice in the fast-changing field o( baseball expansion, ! The Continental announced it' had agreed on a formula for pay- j Ing indemnities to invaded minor j league dties. its most troublesome immediate problem. Branch Rickey, Continental president, has agreed to meet with the expansion committees of the American and National leagues Aug. 2 in Chicago. Rickey thinks favorable action would per-' mil admission of his league into I organized baseball w'lhin 30 days. Arnold Palmer Hits 67, Leads PGA Golf Meet AKRON. Ohio < Special to the Telegraph* --Arnold Palmer shot 6? Thursday to take the lead at the end of the first round of the PGA championship golf tournament here. Anyone who is surprised or startled by that piece of news Is a golf square, ,pure and simple, for this seems to be the year that most of the accolades and monies that golf has tb be- OoWers from the 8t. LouU area were led by fiob Goalby, Belleville, St. St. Louis. Louis, 72; 79; 73; Milan Marusir:. Fred Wartipler. and Jerry Barber, formerly of Jacksonville. 111.. 78. The prize money for this event will be $80.000. and first- place will be worth $9,000 to S10.000. The tournament was originally designed to provide SPENCER FELLED MILWAUKEE, Wfs. — Cardinal Daryl Spencer ren. Rickey announced a formula to I falls to the ground after being hit by pitch thrown by ' ' ' 'the Braves' Don McMahon in the seventh inning yesterday. He took his base and continued in the game. Umpire Frank Secory the plate umpire shakes a warning finger at McMahon on the mound. Catcher Del Orandall looks on. The Cards won, 9*4. (AP Wirephoto) pay five invaded American Assn. 1 clubs on the basis of 40 cents for each admission in the yaar in which major league status is granted. He said Ed Doherty, American Assn. president, had agreed to consider the plan. The five franchises involved are Denver, Houston, Dallas-Ft. Worth, St. Paul and Minneapolis. The Continental would operate Minneapolis-St. Paul as one franchise. A similar proposal has beett made to the International League from which the Continental ex- pectk to take Buffalo and Toronto. The same deal probably will be offered the Southern Assn. for Atlanta. The eighth member of the Continental is New York, ruled an "open city" by Commissioner Ford Frick. Rickey said his league had drafted a formal application that will show full compliance with all the rules (10 points) set "town by organized baseball. The Garden offer for a National League franchise came as a surprise. Admiral John E. Bergen, chair- Corp. wired man of Graham - Page which owns the Garden, President Warren Giles i f the National League that formal application will be made for a fran. chise. He said "preliminary investigation indicates that we can conclude satisfactory arrangements for leasing of playing facilities at Yankee Stadium or the proposed new City Stadium. Giles quickly threw cold water on the Garden's plans. "I told him (Adm, Bergen) I appreciate their interest in the National League," said Giles. "But we are not in a position to discuss with anyone at this time any application for a francliise in the National League." Orioles Drop Bobby Thomson BALTIMORE (AP) — The Baltimore Orioles recalled from Miami today Wes Stock, a right- hand pitcher, and let go Bobby Thomson, who thrilled the baseball world in 1351 with one hit. Thomson hit a home run in the ninth inning, scoring two New York Giants ahead of him, and Jackson Wins Cardinals Take Advantage Of Milwaukee Errors, 9-4 ST. LOUIS (AP)—The St. Louis a two-run double into the left-field Cardinals Thursday used six hits line that a limping Wes Covington and four errors to defeat the 1 could not reach. Bob Nieman stow are gravitating to I lw| the'professionals who stayed at i husky young man from Ligon- home to give lessons > and nm ien Pa - i clubs and shops a chance to j If Palmer continues to lea rl,, O m pete with the more galorous | the fight for this 42nd profp*-, touring pros. On this Ion* 'sional-only championship and Bourse, it would appear that the spares the galleries one of his home pros are at a disidvan- patented, driving finishes, this tage and just can't compete event, which has all the other V vith their longer-hitting breth- ingredients for greatness, couid lose a lot of its zest. It Is up tc- Sam Snead. Ken Venturi. Paul Harney or one of the oth- jer touring pros to overhaul the remarkable Palmer for it seems rather evident that none of the so-called "club" . professionals are of stern enough stuff for the task. Palmer's three-under round was accomplished with four birdies and one bogy: there were players who scored more birds than the leader, but none stayed away from the crlpplln? bogies as did he. Sam Snead. a late finisher, put together a splendid round of 35-33 to finish two under par and a head and head battle between Snead and Fatigue Bothers Hitless Kfiline Sportllte fey JAtK BARBAft Sporta Editor OfttD BEARS T\f With the Chicago Cardinals now moved to St. Louis, the Chicago Bears can TV their entire road schedule back to the Chicago area this season. Chicago long has been a Bear town, but, with the Cards playing home games when the Bears were on the road, the local fans could not see the favorites on TV. The Bears' six road games will be televised back live to Chicago and Red Grange and George Connor will do the announcing chores. Relief Birdie Tebbrtts. Milwaukee. vice president and former manager and catcher in the majors, told Harry Caray in a radio Interview that relief pitchers will last longer in their trade than start and go the ones who route. He explained that most of tho A notable example to Lindy McDaniel, Tebbetts sayi. Mc- Uaniel.lt good enough to »tirt or relieve and should last a long time In the major league*. College Cbotoo Gette Tnrnl, ice eager for tterrin High School the pwt three years baa aanottftced be plans on attending Loyola of the South At Hew Orlean* this tall, The 6-7 ace averaged 18.1 point* a game while on the Herrln More Sport* Needed Although the Alton-Wood River area likes to consider ituclf a good sports area, there are several areas in the sports field that are noticeably lacking. Sports that have little or no participation are swimming, tennis, and sports car racing. Although such the facilities for are lacking CAUGHT IN THE ACT activities arc lacking in relief "pitrh'ers could not mak? 'nr area, it enough interest in the (,'rade as starters, but for some of them could be shown, H few innings with a decpptivojfacilities could be provided, motion they can fool the bat- Most of the people prefer to DETROIT (AP) — The Detroit Tigers believe they finally j it STAMON, Del.—Jockev Batclieller didn't know but he took his own picture grabbing a saddle have found the reason for Ai Ka- i cloth. This unique shot, taken at official finish line, line's season-long batting slump.! shows Logan Batcheller (left) astride Matrimony, The once-slugging outfielder is and apprentice Anthony Rini on Coral Ridge (win- sufiering from fatigue. n ^r by a nose) at end of Wednesday's first race at Delaware Park. The stewards have ordered Batchel- fatigu Kaline admitted Thursday night he has been feeling rundown for' le * suspended under a maximum penalty. At Dela- "ouite a while " ware York advanced photographic methods include „.,.,., . , . Ed En-ing's set-up of a camera being tripped by a Hnvthi™ 5™* ,1 H W S ^ ! Photo-electric cell beam, thus horse and rider actual- SSlnfut LS^wasj &.«-responsible for the picture being taken. (AP making excuses for a lousy year."! Palmer could play hob withi Dr. Russell Wright, Tigers' phy- , T „ , ! competitive television programs sician , said 1<aline has low b]ood H l)f)cr A it Oil ion Saturda and Sunda when - rr knew a good thing when he saw it and also knocked a two-run double into Covington's territory. gave the ' Cards four unearned j sailing along with a one-hit shut- runs, which they accepted grate-j out. fully in salvaging the only victory ; j ac kson "red in the seventh and Braves 9-4 at Milwaukee and end the Braves' seven-game winning streak. The four errors, two of them by' That spelled th'e end for Brave third baseman Eddie Mathews, | starter Carl Willey, who had been of the three-game series. after yielding the last two of nine In the sixth inning, the Cardi- hits off him was replaced by flre- nals made three hits do for six | man L in( j y McDaniel. „ . 4 _ . . . . .. The Cardinals, in fourth place: Shortstop Johnny Logan boo ted the NationaJ L Hal Smith's grounder to open the 6 inning and Redbird pitcher Larry Jackson, who picked up his 12th victory of the year in the game, • (3 g^ singled off the third baseman's glove. George Crowe batted for Alex Grammas and walked, load-j ing the bases. BUI White blooped ! games out of first, open in Cincinnati tonight. Curt Simmons (1-0) will oppose the Reds' Cal McLish Jackson's Mauch Unhappy j Splits Pair With Scorer With on Saturday and Sunday when pressure and is -generally fa- the nation will tele-view the ' go-| t |gued." He said the 25-year-old! Will* 8-0 ings-on at this beautiful Fire- outfielder, who won the American j stone Country Club \League batting title in 1955 with Snead was all alone at 68: i a 340 mark will HP nut nn a Paul Harney. Worcester. M«.JJ^£L L of special and Freddie Haas. Metairie. foods to build him up. La., were tied at 69 in the third slot. Four of the socalled "young lions" on the tour hung in at even par 70. They arc Don Fairfield, Casey, 111., Ken' Venturi. Palo Alto, Calif., Dougi Sanders, Miami, Fla., and Don January, Dallas. Kaline is batting only .238 this| Larry Donahue hurled Upper o an 8-0 no-hit win over First Christian in Alton Senior Church softball league play season, with nine home runs an( j'' r ' uirsda y- ChizlerMakes Appearance At Dragway Chris Karamasines, Chicago, League Leaders By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League Batting (based on 180 or more at batsl — Aspromonte. Cleveland, .323; Power, Cleveland. .322. Runs — Mantle, New York, 77; Marts. New York. 64. Runs batted in — Maris, New York, 76: Skowron, New York, 64. Hits — Minoso and Smith. Chi- 104; Robinson. Baltimore, ! follow ; sports jones. in the time honored rather than seek new cago 100. Doubles — Skowron. New York, 22: Runnels and Malzune, Boston,:^ and numid _ and Smith. Chicago, and S.obern. Kan- ^ of , ack Q£ Larsen Still Has Troubles DALLAS, Tex. (AP) - Don Larsen, who won fame with a World Series .erfect game in but faded from the majors four years later, found the going rough sas City, 18. Triples — Aparicio and Fox, SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — In a i brilliant career dating back to i MURRAYV1LLE — Jackson's 1948, Robin Roberts has appeared j split a double header with Murin 489 baseball games for the j ray ville in Central Illinois Soft- Philadelphia Phillies. He has won! ball League play Thursday. 227. Never did he come closer toi In the first game, Jackson's a no-hit, no-run performance than ; downed Murray ville 2-1, but he did Thursday. dropped the nightcap 9-8. Manager Gene Mauch contended; W intJen and Stansfield paced he should have had one. So did third baseman Joe Morgan who figured in the controversial infield single by Felipe Alou in the fifth inning — the only hit as Roberts and the Phillies won 3-0. With two out in the fifth, Alou hit a sharp bouncer to Morgan. The third baseman stepped back, stabbed the ball but fell. Official scorer James M. McGee ruled it a hit. the Jackson's four-hit attack in the first game with a double apiece. Jackson's picked up single runs in the sixth and seventh while Murrayville scored its run in the sixth. In the second game, Murrayville scored three runs in the bottom of the seventh to cop the win. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS National League W. L. Pet. G.B. Pittsburgh 52 35 .598 — Milwaukee 49 35 .583 1% Los Angeles 45 40 .529 6 St. Louis 46 41 .529 6 San Francisco 43 41 .512 7% Cincinnati 40 46 .465 UV 2 Philadelphia 35 52 .402 17 Chicago 32 52 .381 Thursday Results Pittsburgh 4, Los Angeles 1 St. Louis 9, Milwaukee 4 38 runs-batted-in. Little League BEAN Hawks 13, .Cardinals 6. EILEXBERGER Hawks 5, HeiLrUng 3 Dodgers 16, Falcons 4 Redbirds 5. Godfrey 3 JUTTEMEYER Hellrung 33, Godfrey 5 Sharks 14, Pace 7 Bears 27, Pace 8 Hellrungs 29, Wolves 2 Indians 18, Sharks 11 Pirates 37, Wolves 2. Dan Meeden helped the Upper :and hhs world record-holding I Alton cause with four hits, one fue) Dragster, Chizler. will re- ) Chicago. 6; Robinson, Baltimore, i Maxwell. Detroit. Snyder, Kansas City and Mantle. New York, 5. Home runs — Maris, New York, 31; Mantle, New York and Lemon, Washington. 23. of which was a home run. In other Senior church play, Fosterburg downed .turn to the Alton Dragway thisj Stolen bases — Aparicio, Cnica- weekend with loop v>l -* eKe " u l ° tangle _ . ;Cangelose's Missouri Missile. lege Avenue 6-5; St. Mary Karamuslnes "o'd« the world Lou I go. 23; Landis, Chicago, 14. Pitching (based on 7 or more decisions) — Coates, New York, ..„- — _.. „_ 9-1 .900; Turley, New York, W, dumped Main St. 8-5; Cherry rpcord of 204 mlles P er nour on j,857. i !-. . ... .. ^ . . i o 1 QO/l-f f\r\t * fO ft\f ii-ti Inli IIA e-ftt \ Strikeouts —Banning, Detroit. 118; Bell, Cleveland, 100. Since that time the Chizler! has gone on to defeat most of |St. rolled over Hillcrest 13-6, * "20-foot track which he set jand Delhi defeated Curdi.;: a( Allon two months ago. i Heights 15-3. Brown St. won on a forfeit. National League team set a Southeastern Confer- in tne fuel division. ence record when it lost the bail Cangelose will duel the Chiz- only once on a fumble in nuie.ler with hi.s Missouri Missile. games. White Sox Face Yankees In Crucial Four Games ! CHICAGO (AP) — Early Wynn, 'recently flashing signs of his 1959 form • will be on the mound for Cangelose has turned in elapsed rimes of 8.80 as has Karamas- jines. 1 ! The two cars will go for topi speed starting at 1 p.m. Saturday and will face each other at ' 1 p.m. Sunday in a series of three runs down the track with 1 'ho top prize money going to the the top cars in the country to ; Batting (based on 180 or more In 1939 Alabama's football become one of the hottest carsjat bats) — Larker, Los Angeles, .351;, Mays, San Francisoo, .336. Runs. — Mays. San Francisco, 68; Bruton, Milwaukee, 64. Runs batted in — Banks, Chicago, 78; Aaron, Milwaukee, 73.- Hits — Groat, Pittsburgh, 122; Mays, San Francisco, 110. Doubles — Pinson, Cincinnati, 25; Cunningham, St. Louis, 23. Triples — Pinson, Cincinnati and White. St. Louis, 8; Bruton, Milwaukee and Kirkland, San! car lnal Philadelphia 3, San Francisco 0 the White Sox tonight in opening Chicago 8, Cincinnati 1 |a pivotal four-game series at New] i York. Friday Games Pittsburgh at San Francisco (N) Milwaukee at Chicago Philadelphia at Los Angeles (N) St. Louis at Cincinnati (N) Saturday Games Pittsburgh at San Francisco Milwaukee at Chicago St. Louis at Cincinnati Philadelphia at Los Angeles (N) dreau after a report that Boudreau doesn't have the respect of i (--lapsed time. Ws Play6rs ' The two are The players issued this state- ' oach otner al i iment: "The Chicago Cubs un-| Sunday . capture the best slated to run 2 and 3 p.m. won the rubber game with Brooklyn for the National League pen-f nant. ! i "The rules say the first hit ofi Jackson's big. blow came in ( a has got to be legWmate> the first inning when Stansfield it was not; . Mauch . hit a ome run with two men "That was as legitimate a no-'on base. m„ ^,, . . -,.,. **i«i «dJ9 »o ii^jii-tittiiv^ « iiv "'• -*fc*w*rf. The Gtonts traded him to Mil- hU ter as has ever been pitched.": Jackson's aiiLrfin *» 1ufi<l .%«*) lt_ _ 1"»_....__ •* . waukee in 1954, and the Braves traded him back in 1957. Since then he played for the Chicago Cube and Boston Red Sox. The Orioles signed agent Jujy 2. him as a free THBEE—I LEAGUE Br THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Cedar Rapids 5, Sioux City 1 Lincoln 3, Fox Cities 2 Topeka 3, Green Bay 2 Burlington 3, Des Moines i Suid an unhappy Morgan, "They should have flashed the error sign right away. I think they could have given me an error." Roberts didn't appear peturbed. "You know," he said, "you know if they didn't give that boy a liit on that one, they might get another. "This is as close as I've ever come. Someday I might pitch one." Mo., for a will host game at Mexico. | Roxana Saturday night. In the first game starting at 7 p.m. Seco's of St. Louis will play the Mexico squad and Jackson's will supply the opposition in the nightcap. Jackson's now has a season's record of 27-9. FIRST CAME Juckiion'* (2) Murray villa (I) j Player AB R H Player ABRHi Sunday Games Milwaukee at Chicago (2) St. Louis at Cincinnati Philadelphia at Los Angeles Pittsburgh at San Francisco . American League W.. L. Pot. G.B. New York Chicago Cleveland Baltimore Washington Detroit Boston Kansas City 48 34 49 37 46 37 48 42 41 42 41 42 33 51 31 52 .585 .570 1 .554 2 .533 4 .494 7 .494 7 .393 16 .373 Mickey Wright Shakes Slump in Women's Open vytntjen Flncher ; Simpson 1 Met? Watktns Turner Uteri , Bano Johns 'I olals INNING: 4 I :! Guriier 300 Barry 2 0 0 Rlley :! 0 2 Stansfield 200 Stone 300 Burke 300 Fortado w' 1 0 Oustliie :< 0 0 Heaton 2 1 t 2 0 01 3 0 o! a o i .'! 0 0 3 0 0| 200' •2 0 O 1 200 'Jr. 2 4 foials 22 1 2 12^4567 RHl- WORCESTER, Mass. <AP> determination of defending Champion Mickey Wright and the red-hot wedge iron of Marilynn Smith were the principal topics of conversation today as the National Women'* Open Golf Champion•hip entered its second round. Miss Wright, a San Diego, Calif., pro trying lor an unpre- oetl»nted third consecutive championship, turned on the setaiu on tbe back nine Thiubday to take titf fimt-ixmud lead with a one- under-par 71 over the 6,137-yurd Worcester Country Club course. Breaking out of a recent slump, the 25-year-old golfer scored six JfcxUtt lor her ooe*trok« lead over MiM Smith. . Her <m>l« nation — determination. "Something just *eema to happen when I enter the Open. I wont it bad. And I'd rather be out in front, not trying to catch up," Miss Smith uagle of the scored the only round when she dropped a 30-foot wedge slv.t t.n a three on the 440-yard 12th link. She also chipped in on tin- Ij8- yard fifth hole for a birdie four. ' Munayvdle 000001 0—1 2 1 oooooM—2 4 a! SECOND CAME I (•> Murrayv!!le (»> ! Flavor AB R H Player AB R H i . (i \Valkin» 1 Only tin- two leaders wen? to match or break par. MeU Ufert ... ] Burro ' 4 '.V .Pincher C'rookci of Montevideo. Uruguay. | jl ' lli wn ami Murlenc Bauer 3 B.Heulon 0 Portado 0 Rlley 1 Stun^rield 0 Stone 322 R.liuaiun 3 0 Cl B.Heulon 300 Hal) 4 1 1 Whalen 4 1 0 3 1 1 423 422 432 400 3 1 1 302 300 Thursday Bewilt Detroit 9, Washington 5 Only game scheduled Friday Game*, Chicago at New York (N) Cleveland at Boston (N) Detroit al Baltimore (N) Kansas City at Washington (N) Saturday Game* Chicago at New York Cleveland at Boston Kansas City at Washington Detroit at Baltimore (2) Sunday Game* Chicago at New York (2) Cleveland at Boston (2) The Sox, who were off Thursday; will play a single game Saturday and a doubleheader •with the Yankees Sunday. By taking at least three of the four contests the Sox would go into first place. The Sox take a five-game winning streak and a record of 19 victories in the last 27 starts to New York. Wynn (5-7) who has won 3 of his last 4 games will face Bob Turley (6-1) and Manager Al Lopez will follow with Bob Shaw, Billy Pierce and either Frank Baumann or Dick Donovan in the last three games. Trje Yankee series begins a 14- garae eastern swing (or the Sox, who currently are only 19-22 on the road 'as against 30-15 at home. Meanwhile, the last-place Chicago Cubs return to open a home stay in a four-game set with the hot second-place Milwaukee Braves. The Cubs ended their Cincinnati business Thursday with an J8-1 victory behind the seven-hitter i of Bob Anderson. Anderson was backed by a 13- hit barrage and cushioned with a six-run seventh inning. All the Cubs hit safely, including veteran catcher Eivin Tappe, who got I (three singles in four trips to hike j his average 52 points to a rousing i.227. The Cubs will send Mark Freeman (3-1) against Juan Pizzaro (5-2) or Lew Burdette (104) today. animously agree that they are 100: per cent behind manager Loui Boudreau. The statement^ at- Other top fuel cars are also entered in the meet. Jim Rus- tributed to various Cub players ini sel) wilj eflter hls Bubble Bu8 ' no way reflect the general attitude i ter and A1 Willlam s will pilot of the team. the Hypersonic. Two other cars "We all agree that the b j ame ! are also expected to get Into the for our recent poor showing should ; P' cture for l °P money, be laid at our feet and not at! Other divisions will also have Francisco, 7. Home- runs — Banks, Chicago and Aaron, Milwaukee, 26; Boyer, I St. Louis, 20. Stolen bases — Pinson. Cincinnati and Mays. San Francisco, 20; Wills, Los Angeles, IT. Pitching (based on 7 or more decisions) — Williams, Los Angeles, 9-2, .818; Roebuck, Los Angeles, 8-2. .800. Strikeouts — Drysdale, Los Angeles, 142; Friend, Pittsburgh, 117. Boudreau's." Johnny Vaught's coaching career at Mississippi spans 13 sea- races during this two-day meet, j sons and 101 victories. Thursduy night in his third step toward a return to the big show. But it was Texas weather—Si wild- pitching ability that felled him. Kansas City sent Larsen down to Dallas-Fort Worth of the Class AAA American Assn. July 9. He already has worked in three games, winning the first with a 3-hit performance, losing the second although hurling 5-hit ball for 7 1-3 innings—and then there was Thursday night Larsen started against Indianapolis, pitched 3-hit ball for six- innings and left the game with the score tied 1-1, He struck out five and walked one. Manager Jim Fanning, who said he had been working Larsen hard—"I ran him plenty"—in order to get him in condition for a return to the majors, asked the pitcher how he felt. Larsen said he was weak and losing his stuff. Fanning took him out although he could see nothing wrong with his pitching. Elks Battle Strong H&R The Alton Elks baseball team will play one of its strongest opponents of the season here Saturday afternoon at 2:30 at East Junior when it takes on H&R of the St. Louis Khoury League. H&R shows a record of 27-1 jwith one of the wins a 2-0 decision over the Elks in an earlier game. Alton owns a 16-2 record. One of the pitchers for H&R is James Wynne, who helped pitch Beaumont High School to the Missouri state championship. GRUDGE RACE $1,000.00 PURSE Before leaving Cincinnati, the Kansas City at Washington (2) Cubs vouched they were 100 per Detroit at Baltimore I cent behind manager Lou Bou- were os'er at 71 Of| loiuU 2* & 6 TntHit 31 911 (AVO INNING: i 2 :i < r. 6 ~ R n c Juchsoii's 410001 2—8 8 3 Murray ville ft 1 0 U 0 0 3—6 11 U •ANNOUNCEMENT- OKNHM NIW tntvm FLOYD'S AUTO BODY 420 N. WM4 livw Avt. Wood llvtr, CL 4-Wlt And Closed for Vacation Alignment Service FEATURING GRUDGE Retw<M»n KARAMES1NES uud CANGELOSE At 2, 3 and 4 P.M. Sunday CHRIS KARAMESINES Stof to RIM Rt«0rd of 204 MPH from Chlco90, III. SATURDAY, SUNDAY JULY 23-24 LOU CANGELOSC Tltd wit* Chrli for Trttk Roeorrf—IT ALTON ORAQWAY OM Mitt Ntrtl if Alton oa totoitvrf lo«sj CHRIS and LOU will not compote for othtr awards ADMISSION S1.SO 10(00 A.M 7»OOA,M. SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS SHIP TRIALS *OR RICORDS SATURDAY RUMINATIONS At 1 »00 P.M. SUNDAY Stuk Tint Trlali Until IQiOO A,M, Sunday JIM RUU1U . IOD IUUIVAW Al WaUAMI, AidMwy, MONIA 00-KABT TRACK WILL QFKIUT1 SUNDAY. Itey Mart

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