Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 27, 1963 · Page 11
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•tUESBAV,, AUGUST 27,1903 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Filter, Only Illinois Horse, Usually Falters DtT QUOIN, 111, (AP)-minois' only native In the Hambletonlan Stakes Wednesday will be a long- shot colt with a hftblt of losing by Inches to some other Mambleloni- an starters. The owners of Filler, an 850- pound son of a former Hamble- tonlan winner, said a summer of Illness has kept the Colt out of about half Us scheduled contests. lliey have no detailed 1963 performance history for Filter on which to base an estimate of the horse's chances against Impressive starters, Including Glldden HaiioVer, Cheer Honey and the favored Speedy Scot. "Things look dim, especially against Speedy Scot," said Filter's driver, Tom (Buddy) Graham. "But we would not have entered unless we thought Filter could at least make an Impressive showing." Graham, 25, Is making his first appearance as a Hambletonlan driver. Filter Is the son of Hickory Smoke, the 1957 Hambletonl- an winner. The Herman Grahams Farms of Salem, owned by Graham's father, have been raising horses for 17 years on a 650-acre Marion County farm. Filter is the farm's first Hambletonian effort. Filter's best official time this year for a mile Is 2:05 3-5. But Ihe colt lost by a slim margin at Santa Anita earlier this year in a race that went 2:01 1-5. "Filler," the senior Graham said, "lost by an inch to Cheer Money at Springfield with Glldden Hanover ahead at 1:59 4-5, and losl In a photo finish to Speedy Scot last year at Chicago's Washington Park. "He has been sick so much It Is hard to say If he can have better luck Wednesday." A virus that has affected many harness horses this year throughout the country kept Filter under treatment until May. He lapsed Into a six-week repeal of coughing which was cleared up only recently. The Grahams purchased Filter In 1961 for $2,000. An Improvement of the horse's potenlial was Indicated by Graham's refusal In April to sell him for $75,000. He will be starling al 20-1 un official odds in Ihe Humblelonian in No. 6 post position—two positions away from Cheer Honey and three away from Speedy Scot. St. Louis University has played In every final of the NCAA soccer championships since the tournament was inaugurated in 1959. The Billikens have won the title three times. ChicagoTeam In Connie Mack Playoff SPRINGFIELD, 111. (AP) Three teams In the double-ellml- naljon C.ontlle Mack Baseball World Series have been' thrown into n championship playoff. Now with one defeat each are Klrkland, Wash., Santa Cruz, Calif, and Chicago. Today's action will find Santa Cruz and Chicago playing at 8 p.m. Kirkland will face the winner of that event Wednesday at the same time. Chicago handed Kirkland its flrsl defeat 4-2. The Chicagonns scored three inns In the second inning on a single by Walt Czopc/.ye, a walk by John Wojcik, a run scoring double by Bob Menslk and two passed balls. In earlier action Monday, an extra inning rally enabled Santa Crux to defeat DCS Moines, Iowa 4-3 to eliminate the Midwesterners from the tournament. The winning runs were scored in the bottom of the eighth inning when Des Moines was leading 3-2 Ralph Ramirez led off the inning with his fourth hit of the game John Noel bunted him to seconc and Rick Wllkins doubled, scoring Ramirez. Mike Mantsch singled to bring Wilkins home for the win ning tally. Rock Falls 1*0 ROCK ISLAND, 111. (At 5 ) Forbes Air Force Base (Kansas) stablishorl ilsclf as a dafkhorse favorile in the international Soft- jail Congress World Tournament Monday night by defeating Allentown, Pa., 3-1. Forbes, the Air Force champion the last three years, iced the contest in the fourth inning on Ray Pilkin's two run home run, then snuffed out an Allentown rally after one run had scored in the seventh inning. Garclcnn, Calif., a pre-tournament favorite to unseat defending champion El Paso, Tex., defeated Rock Falls, 111., 1-0 on K.G. Flnch- er's 9-lnning 2-hittcr. The loss sent the Illinois team into the loser's bracket in the double elimination tourney. In other games, Ogden, Utah, beat Mercury, Nev., 5-1; Phoenix defeated Longmont, Calif., 4-1; and Dlnuba, Calif., edged the metropolitan Chicago champion, Valparaiso, Incl., 4-1, in 10 innings. In tonight's games: Los Alamos, Mex., vs. Walters, Okla., 5 p.m. Arlington, Tex., vs. Forbes Air Force Base, 6 p.m. Rock Island, 111., vs. Enid, Okla., 7 p.m. El Paso, Tex., vs. Dubuque, lowu, 8 p.m. Long Beach, Calif., vs. Fort Wayne, Ind., 9 p.m. Listen Ready To Talk Title With Cassius hy HELtJCK 0. ttAtlGEN MYSEN, Norway (AP)--Sofiny Liston was so jovial he even staged a mock argument with his adviser, Jack Nilon. The setting Was a news conference following an exhibition by the world heavyweight champion in this southern Norway town Monday night. The question was how long it would take Listen to gel in shape for a bout with former champion Ingomar Johans- Vandy Will Play Against Eagles son. The Lislon-Nilon argument was whether il would lake five days or six. Johansson's name was one of three—Cassius Clay and Floyd Pallerson were the others—that were thrown at Liston as possible opponenls. He and Nilon admitted there had been some talk of a fight MINNEAPOLIS-ST. PAUL (AP) —Waiting in the wings to make his professional debut has not been easy for Ron VanderKelen, the Minnesota Vikings' prize free agent quarterback. VanderKelen joined the Vikings about three weeks ago as the much-publicized Wisconsin star whose passing wizardry nearly rallied the Badgers to victory in this year's Rose Bowl game and then steered the College All-Stars to victory over the defending National Football League champion Green Bay Packers. He has spent three Viking ex- 3-DAY COUPONS GOOD ON APPOINTMENTS MADE THROUGH AUGUST 31 REDEEM YOUR COUPON! 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They reversed their field on a Clay fight, but held out no hope for a future bout with Patterson. "Ingemar told me personally that he is willing to fight Liston any time if the price is right," Nilon said. "I am going to confer with my brother when I get back to New York about the price." Liston also said he hoped to have a title fight with Clay, the No. 1 contender, by February. Earlier in the United States Liston and Nilon said that all negotiations with Clay and his backers had broken down. They indicated Monday that negotiations were being held up, but hinted they would be receptive to further talks. Ralston Is Seeded 3rd In Nationals By BOB GREEN Associated Press Sports Writer FOREST HILLS, N.Y. (AP)—If tempestuous Dennis Ralston can adequately demonstrate that he's grown from a Peck's Bad Boy to an angry young man the United States may be on the way toward regaining its long-lost tennis prestige. The acid test of the 21-year-old Californian with the checkered tennis past begins Wednesday on the carefully manicured courts of Forest Hills' West Side Tennis Club in the U.S. National Singles Championships. Ralston, the rangy stylist from Bakersfield, is seeded third behind bounding Chuck McKinley, the Wimbledon champion from San Antonio, Tex., and Australian Roy Emerson, the Australian and French champion. Rafael Osuna of Mexico is seeded fourth. The tourney proper begins Friday, but qualification eliminations for the huge field of 224 players, including more than 100 foreign champions, open Wednesday with 64 men competing for 16 spots in the championship bracket of 128. The pressure is squarely on Ralston, not only to demonstrate his maturity—and with it the ability to channel his temper toward demolishing opponents instead of throwing rackets—but also to solidify American hopes of again becoming an international tennis power. Ralston was regarded as one of the country's most promising players a few years ago, then drew a year's suspension for his temper tantrums on the court during Davis Cup eliminations. He re-emerged as potentially one of the world's best in a spectacular display against Mexico in American Zone Davis Cup semifinals t\vo_ weeks ago in Los Angeles. He 'beat both his Southern California roommate, Osuna, and Antonio Palafox aiid teamed with McKinley in beating the Mexicans who hold the Wimbledon doubles title. Then, last week, he again teamed with McKinley in sweeping to the U.S. National Doubles title at Brookline, Mass., a strong indication that t he U.S. doubles team may be able to compete on equal footing with the world-dominant Australians. Tribe Recalls 13 CLEVELAND (AP)—The Cleveland Indians announced today the recall of 13 players from their minor league clubs. Five will rejoin the Tribe early next month and the others will report to Tucson, Ariz., for spring training. Bowling ACME 32 LAKES It of C League Dixon 236, Springman 204, Ilaar 231, Kelly 22B, Curlovic 259, 213, 200 (672); Mazrum 204. Monday Business Women Weeks 167, 198 (503); Landre 232 (499); Maul 162, Housel 202 Williams 170, 160, Stonestreet 171 Hewitt 269, Jouett 169, S. Landre 163, 163, Scyoc 163. Monday Major Women Williamson 214 (513); LeClaire 213 (504); Gauntt 210, Dennis 177 Keith 175, Miller 178, Franklh 168, Noble 161, 171, Kennedy 168 Achs 162. Downtown Cla-sslc Huber 227, 215 (621); Oden 222 Laughlin 209, Slallings 214, Fluck 221, Gibbons 212, Draper 243 Staggs 232, Heston 211, Grover 207 BOWL HAVEN Bowlettes Ballard 184, Gafforey 173, Smitl 173, Lafferty 169, Mills 168, Griei baum 167, Spickerman 166, Much leman 166, Winslade 164, Gineri 163, 163. Men's Church Burns 212, Lauch 216, Robin son 203, 202, Baxter 214, Kinze 212. Mixed Church Moore 168, 184, 190 (542); Law rence 188, Scheffel 186, 161 Gregory 184, Cause 177, Merrit 173, Noles 169, Clark 162. Ladies Classic Bowker 222 (568); Redit 220 (501); Luly 206 (555); Steiger 19: (504); Moore 188, (554); 187, (510); Breeden Pric 188, (502) Hagen McAdams 183 (516); (502); Smith 181. Scratch Marti 216, 202, 268 (686); lowski 223, 256, 201 (680); Ko? Mur- Tuesday tiwnittg TV Digest (R) Denotes REPEAT program K1VI (ABO) 2, KMOX (CBS) 4, KSB (NBC) 8, KM.ft II libition games riding th<- bench, s Coach Norm Vnn Brncklin de- yecl his NFL baptism until he 'it HIP youngster had absorbed nough knowledge of the pro game make n respectable showing. Van Brocklin decided Monday to I VanderKelen play against Ihe 'hiladelphia Kagles Saturday ghl at Ilershey, PH. VanderKelen is due to go most ' the wny. "I went through a pretty rough djustment a couple of weeks go," VanderKelen said. "You can link and think about plays and uarlerbackfng, bul you leave all lat behind when you get out on le field." Van Brocklin is fully aware of 10 strain of making the jump rom college to the pros ns a quar- frback. He did it himself. "Everything you know about ilm suggest he has the stuff," Van Jrocklin said of VanderKelen. He's our man against the Eag- 8:00—2 4 5 News 11 Three Stooges (R) 6:10—4 5 Weather 6:15-2 City Camera & Weather 4 News: Crohklte 5 Huntley-Brinkley 11 Rocky & his Friends 6:30-2 Combat (R) 4 Eye on St. Louis 5 Laramie (R) 11 People Are Funny 7:00—4 Lloyd Bridges (R) 11 Best of Groucho (R) 7:30—2 Hawaiian Eye (R) 4 Talent Scouts 5 Empire (R) 9 P.S. 4 1.1 Speed Spectacular 8:00—9 What's New? 11 Weekly Special: Women on the March 8:30—2 Untouchables (R) 4 Picture This 5 Dick Powell (R) 9 The Open Mind 9; 00—4 Keefe Brasselle 11 Movie — "Cluny Brown' (1946) Jennifer Jones, Charle Boyer 9:36—2 Forus on America 5 Report from. . , 9 Jazz Casual Osflft—2 4 5 News 9 Travel to California 0:10—2 5 Weather 0:15—2 Steve Allen 5 NBC News Special 0:20—4 Weather ;0:25-4 Eye-Lino: Roby 10:30—4 Movie — "Grand Central Murder" (1942) Patricia Dane, Van Heflin 11:00—5 Johnny Carson 11 Movie — "While New York Sleeps" (193!)) Joan Woodbury, Michael Whalen 11:45—2 Peter Gunn (R) 11:55—4 Movie — "White Banners" (1938) Fay Bainter, Claude Rains 12:00—5 Tonight in St. Louis 12:15—2 News & Sports 12:20—2 Mahalia Jackson 12:30—5 11 News 12:40—5 Weather 11 Newsreels & Religion L: 35-^1 News & Religion No Runs, No Haircut LOS ANGELES (AP)—Assistant General Manager Arthur E. Paterson of the Los Angeles Dodgers las vowed not to get a haircut until his team has a four-run inning. Short of going completely bald, he might never have struck upon surer method of slashing his jarber bill. It has taken the Dodgers 35 innings to score their last four runs. But, after dropping a 3-1 decision to Cincinnati Monday night, he Dodgers still led the National League by 5M> games. Wednesday Daytime, Aug. 28 phy 234, 234 (655); Touchette 214, 204, 235 (653); Mazzola 212, 223 (638); Tittle 290, Mueller 212, 202, 207, Chappell 256, Ballard 207, 213, Wonders 236, 205. BOWL INN Western Mixed Ladies — Dale 189, Stanich 220, 171, (548); Miller 185. Men — Miller 212, Mouser 214, 204, Stanford 222, Lawrence 205, Thomas 205. . Pastrano Fight Set for TV MIAMI, Fla. (AP) — Light heavyweight champion Willie Pastrano will meet Gregorio Peralta, Argentine heavyweight champion, in a nationally televised 10-rounder Sept. 20 at Miami Beach. Madison Square Garden matchmaker Teddy Brenner, announcing the non-title match from New York, said it would mark the return of the "TV Fight of the Week" to Friday nights on the ABC television network. MIDWEST LEAGUE By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Decatur 7, Dubuque 4 Quad Cities 6, Burlington 1 Fox Cities 4, Wis. Capids 2 Clinton 3, Quincy 2 Cedar Rapids 12-5, Waterloo 2-7 5:45-4 Give Us This Day 5:50—4 News: Tom Brooks 8:00—4 Town and Country 6:30-4 P.S. 4 7:00—4 Morning Scene 5 Today: Hugh Downs 7:30-4 News: Carmichael 7:40-4 World of Mr. Zoom 8:00—2 Mahalia Jackson 4 Capl. Kangaroo 8:05—2 Farm Report 8:10—2 News 8:15—2 Camera Two 8:30—2 Community Album 8:45—2 Cartoons 9:00—4 Calendar 5 Say When 8:15—2 King & Odie 9:25—5 NBC News: Newman 9:30—2 Romper Room 4 I Love Lucy (R) 5 Play Your Hunch 10:00—4 The McCoys (R) 5 Price is Right 10:30—2 Seven Keys 4 Pete & Gladys (R) 5 Concentration 11 Deputy Dawg 11:00—2 Tennessee Ernie Love of Life 1st Impression 11:25—4 News: Reasoner 11:30—2 Father Knows Best (R) 4 Search for Tomorrow 5 Truth or Consequences 11:45—4 Guiding Light 31:55-5 NBC News: Scherer Voon—2 General Hospital 4 News-Weather: Roby 5 News: Jim Burke 11 Newsreels 12:05—4 My Little Margie (R) 5 Charlotte Peters 12:15—11 Modern Almanac 12:30—2 Divorce Court 4 As World Turns 11 Jack LaLanne 1:00—4 Password 5 People Will Talk 11 Movie — See Tues., 11 p.m., Ch. 11 1:25—5 News: Kalber 1:30—2 Jane Wyman (R) 4 House Party 5 The Doctors 2:00—2 Queen for a Day 4 To Tell the Truth 5 Loretta Young (R) 2:15—11 Movie — See Tues., 9 p.m., Ch. U 2:25—4 News: Edwards 2:30—2 Who Do You Trust? 4 Edge of Night 3:00—2 American Bandstand 5 You Don't Say 4 Secret Storm 5 Match Game 3:25—5 News: Vanocur 3:30—2 Discovery '63 4 Millionaire (R) ShipmanClub Has Picnic SHIPMAN—Members of Prairie Dell Sunshine Club entertained their families with a picnic supper at Shipman Park Sunday night. The annual event was at- ono •« T- tended by the families of Robert Angels, was hitting .393 with Ta- young( wil]iam Duncan , Albert Bob Perry, 28-year-old rookie outfielder with the Los Angeles 5 (R) 3:55—2 4:00—2 4 5 Make Room for Daddy coma when he was purchased this spring. Outdoors with Harold Brand 1214 E. BROADWAY ALTON'S SAFITY CENTER U. S. ROYAL TIRES HO 5-8897 FISHING! Town & Country Lakes Mendowbrook, 111. Sl'KCIAL FOR LABOR PAV WEEKEND! Each Person Paying Mtiy Bring One Guest II You Brmu This Ad With You 12 yrs, & Older Si nil day Under 12 FJIEE with Adult * Picnic Areu — UBQ Grills jk Bouts — Concessions •k 2 Lakes well stocked with Huss, Ulueglll, Crapplc. Cut- fish WELL STOCKED NO MMITI Open UuyllutU to Dark Only) 7 Mllus East Ol Alton, lite. 140 to Mondowurook, t mile South on Ncumiber St. For Hit us Dial CL 8-6970, CI. 8-W58 Pheasant-Duck Hunting Permits The permit office of the Illinois Department of Conservation will begin processing applications for permits to hunt on the state-operated pheasant and waterfowl hunting areas Sunday, Sept. 1, William T. Lodge, director of the Illinois Department of Conservation announced. Permit applications must include the following information: hunter's name, hunting partner's name, area desired, date desired and an alternate date. In case the area is filled on the preferred date, permits will be assigned in the same order as they are re- ctived at the office. Permit, applications should be mailed to: Permit Office, Department of Conservation, Game Management Division, Room 106, State Office Building, Springfield, 111. Season Dates The season dates on the pheasant areas open to hunting by permit are: Des Plaines, Green River, Chain O'Lakes, Iroquois County, Richland County, Clinton County and Shelby County areas, Nov. 16 lo Dec. 8 inclusive. The daily limit on the sever state - operated pheasant areas is two cock pheasants. Hunting hours on the pheasant areas opening day from noon until 4 p.m (CST) and from 9 a.m. to '1 p.m every day thereafter. Thl Richland County pheasan area is a new area, being used foi Ihe first lime this year and is located five miles south of Olnej on Illinois 130, and two miles easi to Calhoun. Duck hunting on the three slate areas, operated on a permit bu sis, Rice Lake, Anderson Lake and Sanganois - Knapp Island, i from Nov. 1 to Dec. 5, inclusive Shooting hours on the first da> are from noon (CST) until sunset Thereafter daily shooting hour are from sunrise until noon. Da ly and possession limits arc tli same as provided by federal la\\ (Jooso Season Hunting by permits on the tw state - operated goose hunt in areas is from Nov. II to Dec. 2 I inclusive unless the quota ol 20 00 geese is reached before that Permits are issued only me. •om the Springfield office. Shoot- ig hours on the goose areas are rom sunrise until noon (CST). he daily and possession limit is vo Canada geese. It will be un- iwful for any person to have lore than 10 shotgun shells in is possession while hunting on two slate - operaled goose reas. Preserve Type Hunting Several put - and - take phea- anl shoots have been scheduled or the coming season by mem- er organizations of the Illinois ^deration of Sportsmen's Clubs, hoots have been set at Wavery and at Sidell on Oct. 13, Spring- ield on Oct. 20, Scottville on Oct. 7, Carlinville on Nov. 3, and at 'armington on Nov. 10. Many hunters find this type of ireserve shooting about as much un and thrilling as seeking the ilrds in the wild. If you want riore information on the shoots, vrite Royal McClelland, Illinois "ederation of Sportsmen's Clubs, 08 W. Charles St., Champaign, 11. Generous Bird Season Nebraska invites hunters to seek pheasants during its mara- hon 93 - day - long season, Oct. 26 through January 26, 1964. limits are four cock pheasants laily and 20 in possession, the alter an increase of four over ast year. The quail season also opens Oct. 26 and runs for 53 days. Lim- ts are six daily and 18 in possession. Prairie chickens and sharp - tailed grouse season is rom Oct. 5 through 31, inclusive. Nebraskaland will have a split season on ducks Oct. 5 through 31 and Nov. 16 through Dec. 8; and Oct. 2 through Dec. 15 on geese. Cottontails and squirrels will also he in season. The entire mixed - bag is available in Nebraska to non-residents who enjoy the same hunting privileges as residents. Hunters may take any and all game aforementioned in season. For more details write for hunting packet from Nebraskaland Hunting, State Capitol, Lincoln, Neb. 08509. Haga, Fred Howerton, Glen Myers and Mrs. Mary Blotna. Shipman Notes SHIPMAN — Mr. and Mrs. Claude Roemer and family have returned from a trip to Missouri. Mr. and Mrs. Milo Dugan and son visited with Mrs. Sol Bass and daughter of New Jersey at the Francis Dugan home in Carlinville Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Foiles, Mr. and Mrs. Quentin Foiles, and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Foiles and family, Mr. and Mrs. Don Johnson and family attended the Robert family reunion at Jacksonville Sunday. Mrs. Grace Henson, Dennis Dugan and Mr. and Mrs. Otto U. Meyers attended the Simpson family reunion Saturday and Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Eckersley at Bayles Lake at Loda. Announce Birth SHIPMAN — Mr. and Mrs. Charles Keck are the parents of a daughter born Friday at St. Francis hospital in Lilchfield. She has been named Loretta Lynn. They have a daughter, Linda, 9. Mrs. Keck is the former Miss Wanda Modlin. The grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Charles Modlin and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Keck Sr. Mark Birthday SHIPMAN — Mrs. William Dankenhring entertained with a party in observance of the 12lh birthday ol her granddaughter, Donna Robinson, of Carrollton. Guests played games at the Community Park and were served refreshments. Graf ton Grade School Will Open Thursday GRAl-TON —The Grafton Elementary School will open Thursday. Classes will be in session from 8:30 to 10:30 a.m. with a full session on Friday. Aubrey A. Montgomery is principal and other teachers are; James Harp, eighth grade; Paul Vann Brown, seventh and coach; Leola Cantrcll, sixth, Grace Pellikan, fifth; Clara Bell, fourth; Cora Lofton, third; Mary Forrester, second and Opal Miller, first. American Newstand Day in Court SS Popeye Wrangler Club 11 Three Stooges (R) 4:25—2 Movie — "The Fabulous Texan" (1947) William Elliott, John Carroll 4:30-^ Movie — "Dawn Patrol" (193S) Errol Flynn, David Niven 5 Maverick (R) 5:00—11 Mickey Mouse Club (R) 5:30—5 Sea Hunt (R) 11 Deputy Dawg 5:55—4 Sports: Carmichael TV Presents Ten Hours Of Sickness By CYNTHIA LOWRY AP Television-Radio Writer HOLLYWOOD UP) — With the premier of ABC's "Breaking Point" on Sept. 16, television audiences will have access to 10 network hours of drama each week dedicated to the sick, sore, lame and disabled. The statistic includes four returning evening shows, "Dr. Kil- clare," "Ben Casey," "The Eleventh Hour" and "The Nurses." There are also the afternoon agony serials, "The Doctors" and "General Hospital." It is axiomatic in television that one popular scries spawns a rash of similar ones, but the question most often asked of "Breaking Point" producer George Lefferts these days is why a second series dedicated to exploring the labyrinths of mental and emotional illness. "Eleventh Hour," returning after a modestly successful NBC season, is staked out in exactly the same area—psychiatry and psychoanalysis. Lefferts insists there Is a need for still another series. "I think such a series does perform a constructive social service," he explained. "We're not interested in effecting instant cures for dramatic effect. But we are moving in areas where problems exist for many people and simply exposing them—ventilating them—trying to give some insight of the dynamics of things that create unluippiness, All, of course, in the hope that people can do something nbout it." Besides which, he added, "there seems to be a consuming Interest by the public in this kind of material." NBC's "Eleventh Hour" lust .season run Into a bun-age of complaints from psychiatrists and others in spite of having UK George A. Custer, who died with his men in tht Little Big Horn massacre at the ago of 37, wtis the youngest Union general in Uie Civil War. Ho was 23 when given the rank, of brigadier gen- I oral. scripts checked by an Anmriciui Medical Association commlUea and the on-set eomulluul service 1 * of a Los Angolas "Breaking has two AMA committees us udvlsorH uiul, further, Is having stu'lptB and film chocked by the stuff at u local mental clinic,

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