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PAOBTWELVI ALTON 1VEN1NG TKUDQRAPH TUESDAY, APRIL lit Major Leagues Open New Season Changes Pose New Questions For '61 Race *» The 1961 major league HMOR open* today on aD fronts teH«rtng Monday's sneak preview to (h« nation's capital where the CMcafo White 9m downed the Washington Senators 44. Weattter permitting. aU tight National League teams and the rest of the 10-club American League circuit, after a month of preliminaries, begin their fong battle for championship honors. In the National League. St. Loula opens at Milwaukee. Chicago at Cincinnati. Pittsburgh at San Francisco and Philadelphia at Los Angeles. AH are daylight affairs except in Los Angeles, which plays nearly all its games at night. In the American. Minnesota is a' New York. Los Angeles at Balti more, Kansas City at Boston ant Cleveland at Detroit. Chicago and Washington have a day off. More than the usual problems confront the majors this year because oi the American League's bold expansion from eight to 10 clubs. The National, committed to add New York and Houston next year, undoubtedly will be await ing developments, along with nul- lions of fans throughout the country. to the meantime, ' numerous other questions await answers Here are some of them: L Will the New York Yankees be as successful under their new manager. Ralph Houk, as they were under Casey Stengel? 2. Are the Los Angeles Dodgers 1 rookie phenoms — Willie Davis. Charlie Smith, Ron Perranoski, Dong Camilli—really that good' 3. Haw the Baltimore kids really grown up? 1 Can Frank Boiling and Roy McMillan offset Milwaukee's loss of outfielder Bill Bruton and pitchers Joey Jay and Joan PB- arro? 5. Are the Chicago White Sox too old? 6. Can Dick Groat, last year's batting champion, most valuable player and Pittsburgh's inspirational leader, lead the Pirates to another flag? 7. Will Johnny Antonelli find himself in Cleveland? 8. Will Alvin Dark. San Francisco's new manager, restore teamwork among the Giants? 9. Can new manager Bob Scheffing shake the Detroit Tigers out of then- lethargy? 10. Should Stan Musial, after 20 glorious seasons with the St Louis Cardinals, have retired? 11. How much will the 'Boston Red Sox miss Ted Williams? 12. How will the Chicago Cubs' no-manager idea work out? . 13. How much elastic is left in the rubber arms of ace relief pitchers Lindy McDaniel, Elroy Face, Gerry Staley, Mike Fonri- eles .and Hoyt Wilhelm? 14. Will Cleveland's explosive center field star, Jimmy PiersaU, settle down? 15. Will veteran pitchers Warren Spahn of Milwaukee and Early Wynn of Chicago reach their 300-victory goal this year? Gun Club Hosts Trapshooters EDWARDSVTLLE — Like the postman, inveterate trapshooters were undaunted by inclement weather over the weekend and 30,000 targets were thrown during the mini Indians Southern Zone Trapshoot Saturday and Sunday at Edwardsville Gun Club. Entrants competed for $500 in trophies in the 450-target registered events. Competition was not limited to members of the exclusive state trapshooting organization. Trophy winners Saturday in the 16-yard, 100-target program which opened at noon were, by classes: Class A, Dr. William F. Kraft, Collinsville; Class B. Lloyd Farnsworth, Hartford, and Class C, Jones Layton. South Roxana. The next registered shoot at the dub grounds is a 250-target program scheduled for Sunday, April 30. Tivo Baseball Games Called Wet grounds forced the postponement of two area high school game* Monday afternoon. The Marquette Explorer invasion of Jerseyville for a non-conference tilt with the Panthers was canceled and is rescheduled for the afternoon of April 22. The Wood River Oiler invasion HAPPY HEROES WASHINGTON — Minnie Minoso, Senators, 4-3, In the American League left; Prank Baumann, center, and ROT opener for 1961. Baatnann, third Sox Sievers get together in the Griffith pitcher, got credit for the victory. Siev- Stadinm dressing room in Washington en drove In Minoso with the winning Monday after ttelping the Chicago ran in the eighth. Earlier Roy hit ft White Sox defeat the new Washington homer. (AP Wirephoto) White Sox Win, But ^ / Donovan Impresses WASHINGTON (AP) — The Chicago White Sax now have seen Dick Donovan in enemy costume, and what they've seen they taven't liked. Donovan, shuffled off from Chicago in the American League's expansion draft, was the losing pitcher as his Washington Senators dropped a 4-3 opening game to the White Sox Monday. But it was no fault of Donovan's that President Kennedy and 26.725 in the new Senators' major league debut. been more effective. "If he's going to pitch that way, I wish we had him back," said Sox Manager Al Lopez. Roy Sievers was Chicago's hero, smashing a home run into the center field bleachers and batting in the winning run with a sacrifice fly to deep center. Frank Baumann. who followed starter Early Wynn and Russ Kemmerer. received the victory. Wynn, the well seasoned veteran, lasted only two innings — the innings in which the Senators i scored all their runs. It was rather the fault of ex- j The Chicago Cubs swing into ac- fravagant hospitality, on the pan ton today against Cincinnati with of Washington's latest American Glen Hobble slated to go against League entry. The Senators com-j Jim O'Toole milled four errors. Three — two on one play byi first baseman Dale Long — con-1 •tributed to the unearned runs by which Chicago squared matters in the seventh and clinched the game in the eighth. Donovan allowed only six hits. The 33-year-old right-hander, who was omitted from Chicago's starting rotation last year, has seldom Prin Finishes Second in Golf JACKSONVILLE — The Prin- dpia Indians took a second in a quadrangular golf meet here Saturday at host school MacMurray while Illinois College carted off the meet with three wins. Principle beat Concordia of Springfield, 15-0 and stopped MacMurray. 16-2. It dropped its match to Illinois College, U^-o^. Low for Principle was Jim Munch with a 71. Illinois College had two medalist, Bob Bradley and Jim Costello, with 67s. The Indians will host MacMui- ray Friday at Jerseyville at 1 p.m. in another match. Brown Favored OverCharnley LONDON (AP) - The bookies, having watched both fighters in training; today decided that world lightweight champion, Joe Brown of Baton Rouge, La., is a 2-1 favorite to retain his title against British champion Dave Charnley here April 18. They were convinced Charnley stood little chance after the wayj arm> Hungry Black Hawks Near Cup Finish By DAVE DILES Associated Press Sports Writer CHICAGO (AP) — The Chicago Black Hawks are half-way home to their first Stanley Cup championship in 23 years, and Coach Rudy Pilous says two items — money and prestige — have the Hawks hungry enough to finish the job. A 3-1 triumph over the Detroit Red Wings Monday night lifted the title-starved Hawks into a 2-1 edge in the best-of-seven struggle. The fourth game will be played in Detroit Wenesday night. The Hawks, whose last claim on hockey's most coveted prize jwas in 1938, and who had gone 17 years without making the finals, trooped into their dressing room a band of tired but nappy warriors. The Hawks established their superiority early, although they could not break through Detroit goalie Hank Bassen until the second period was more than half over. Then Stan Mikita turned in Bobby Hull's long shot at the goal mouth. Two and one-half minutes later, Ron Murphy split the Red Wing defense and snapped an 18-footer over Bassen's glove the British champion fared in a sparring session against Frenchman Sauveur Chiocca. The 25-year-old Charnley engaged the Frenchman because he's about the same height and weight as Brown and has a similar style. It will be the second time the two have met. The last fight in Houston, '''ex., 15 months ago ended before the start of the sixth round. Charnley was stopped with a cut eye. Brown has had 111 fights and won 82. Charnley has won 38, lost six and drawn one. Masters Win Swells Player's Loot Swag By JERRY LUKA Awoctated Prewt Sport* Writer second shot was trapped, His burial shot came with a 7-iron which Four minutes later Murray Balfour pounded home Hull's rebound. The Red Wings, now trailing for the second time in the series, averted a shutout when Gordie Howe broke loose for a straight-on shot from a dozen feet midway through the third period Branch Rickey Junior Dies PITTSBURGH (AP) - Branch Rickey Jr.. a Pittsburgh Pirate vice president given a lot of credit lor the recent success of the club, died Monday in Presbyterian Hospital, The 47-year-old Rickey was the son of Branch Rickey Sr., one of baseball's most renewed'person- alities. A hospital Boston Celtics Can Sew It Up Tonight BOB BOOBfiVQ BOSTON (AP) - Bill Sharman, neariflg the end of a remarkable career, and rookie Toot Sanders are two important reasons Boston IB favored to win the National Basketball Association palyoffs tonight. Seeking their fourth title in five years, the Celtics meet the al< ways dangerous St Louis Hawks at Boston Garden Just one victory away from their goal. Boston leads the best-of-eeven final aeries 3-1. "Sharman la having his greatest all-around playoff series since he's been to the NBA (11 years)," said Coach Red Auerbach after Sunday's 119-104 triumph at St. Louis. His defensive play has been the best ever, currently holding the most dangerous Hawks' backcourt man, rookie Lenny Wllkens, four points below the letter's season average. The most accurate foul shooter in professional annals also is shaking loose for his patented jumpers and one handed sets. Ignored by the other NBA clubs and faced with the improbable Standings By The Associated Press AMERICAN LEAGUE Chicago New York Cleveland Baltimore Detroit Minnesota Boston Kansas City Los Angeles Washington W 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 L Pet. OB 0 1.000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 1 .000 AUGUSTA. Ga. <AP> — Gary vvem over the green. Palmer's Player, a sprite-like golf Midas j fourth shot went 15 feet past the from South Africa, today had I'm He missed the long putl swelled his 1961 gold strike t o : hi ' cl <$45,000 by becoming the first for-! Palmer naturally was unhappy eign-born Masters champion since ;»»« his sad the meet started in 1934. Whether Player, 25, beat defending champion Arnold Palmer by a stroke, or Palmer beat himself in Monday's closing round at Augusta National was conjectural. Amateur Charlie Coe also made a hot bid and tied Palmer for second. "I thought 6s only happened to other people, " he said after his tragic double-bogey on the 72nd hole. "I never felt I was going to do anything else other than win the tournament," Palmer continued. ' I played the back nine too fast. Once ahead, I Idnda forgot there's more to it than geting ahead. Player watched on clubhouse j you've got to finish on top." FV, first in agony and then in; C oe. 38, an oil broker who won wife-kissing glee, as Palmer blewj me us Amateur in 1W9 and the $20.000 top prize and an un-; 19W , very nearly became the first precedented second straight vie -amateur to win the Masters. He too with a horrible double bogey had t j, e two best closing 6 on the last hole. 169^9, and m issed an eagle put Plaver finished 30 minutes Jon the 69th hole by inches, ahead of Palmer with a closing \ "I played the best golf of my 34-40—74 for an 8-umler-par 280. i career." said Coe. "I'm simply That was when Palmer seemed i surprised that I closed as well as roaring to one of his patented ex-'I did." plosive finishes — as last year! Palmer collected 112.000 for his spokesman said death was caused by hepatitis, diabetes and pneumonia. He had been hospitalized 10 times since 1954. Branch Jr., who was in charge of minor league clubs for the Pirates, joined the club in November, 1950. His father, a pennant builder at St. Louis and Brooklyn, became general manager oi the Pirates the same year. Rickey was horn in St, Louis. He graduated (rom Ohio Wesleyan Collage and attended the Univer sity of Michigan law school before becoming business manager of the Cardinals' Albany. Ga., club in 1935. Pirale General Manager Joe L. Brown said a lot of credit for the Pirates' championship last year Today'* Game* Minnesota at New York Cleveland at Detroit Kansas City at Boston Los Angeles at Baytlroore Only games Monday Results Chicago 4, Washington 3 Only game Wednesday Game* Los Angeles at Baltimore (N) Chicago at Washington (N) Only games NATIONAL LEAGUE Tuesday Game* Pittsburgh at San Francisco St. Louis at Milwaukee Philadelphia at Los Angeles Chicago at Cincinnati • Wednesday Games Pittsburgh at San Francisco Philadelphia at Los Angeles (N) Only games Eddie Machen Proves Self, Whops DeJohn By JACK STEVENSON Associated Press Sports Writer SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — "I was asked to prove myself in order to get a shot at the champion," declared second-ranking icavyweight contender Eddie Machen. "I think I did it" The Portland, Ore., boxer scored a clear-cut 10-round decision at the Cow Palace Monday night over a sluggish Mike DeJohn. "There was a lot of pressure," Machen added. "I had everything to lose. Mike had everything to gain." Last week, Tom Bolan, director of Feature Sports Inc., had said in New York that champion Floyd Patterson's next title defense would probably be against either Machen or England's Henry Cooper. task of evtn occupying taKh •pac* « t enampionhip •quad, Sfttch Stflnm from New York "hw come Into hit twtd htm QM *—»" University own when nyi Auerbach. Sanders hain't bten able to stop St. Louis' bob Prttlt or Syra (•use's Dolph Schayit cold but he has kept them bovy. "Being asked to gTMtrt mtn tike Petttt has dom th« molt to help my confidence," admits Sanders whose 32 point! ruined ft* Hawks Sunday. •This gang of mine won't quit," warned Hawks' Coach Paul Seymour. -They'll be toow, loo, figuring they have nothing to low now." East St. Louis Bombs Redbird Squad, 32-1 EAST ST. LOUIS -The East St. Lous Flyers bombed the Alton High Redbirds, 32-1, as Gene Robbs hurled a no-hitter hen Monday afternoon in a five-inn- i n g Southwestern Conference game. The defeat was one of the worst ever suffered by an Alton team. Ron Jureziz. Tom Jones. Mikp Wyatt and Larry Sunmer, Alton hurlers, gave up 19 walks and 15 base hits. Jureziz started the first and gave up four walks, three hits and committed two costly errors. Irvln Wood capped the inning with a two-run double. Tom Jones finally got the side out when he relieved Jureziz with two out in the inning. The Flyers scored nine runs. The Flyers added four more runs in the second on four singles, a walk and an error. In the third East St. Louis made it 22-0 as t again tallied nine markers. The runs were scored on six walks, an error, doubles by Basrich and Mahl: and a single by Kaiser. In the fourth the Flyers scored 10 runs to give them a 32-0 lead. Five straight walks were issued before Kaiser doubled in three runs. A single followed and Mahk, Wood and Peludat added doubles. Alton finally scored in the fifth when Bill Roettgers was hit by a pitched ball. Frank Bemis hit into a forceout but Jim Norvell and Bill Dawson were safe on first when the catcher tquched their bats. Rick Boyer hit into a force out at home but on a throw to second in an attempted pick off Norvell scored. Wood was the big man for the Flyers as he blasted two doubles which drove in six runs; he also scored six. Robbs struck out seven Redbirds and walked none. In scoring the win, Jureziz was charged with the loss. Alton now stands 0-5-1 for the season and 0-3 in the conference. It will play host to Collinsvil'.e Wednesday afternoon at North Junior. The Flyers are undefeated in five games and are 3-0 in the loop. Alton (1) E. St. Louis (32) SPORTS MENU SBCT tt^^-^^^JI fltt^M^B^ft ^A^Ufc ^* ittt ueieireu inonBay ngni ay im ctty ocuncD M a comnltdi was ictlflH Ml a pmRMR R|Mu Vf we person* urging the city and school board jointly provide for public tennis courts. The petition was laid mrw pending a formal report from City Counsellor J. W. Hoefert whether courts If operated on a fee basis Hi Rook Spring Park would vio late the terms under which the park areas ware dedicated In Ittfc Hoefert gave an off-the-cuff opinion that a project for fee- operated courts might MOW be op* erated despite restrictions in the park deeds. He was of the view any reversionary rights under the dedications of the park area, in 1908, were now null because nf the lapse of 50 years. He was asked to make a further check and report. City Manager Q. W. Watt said Roxana *t Hunt —Buih Relays tCarbondali). Golf Jack«onvlll« at Alton. Madison Blanks CM Eagles, U MADISON - The Civic Menvv rial Eagles bowed to Madison. 7-0, in a Midwestern Conference baseball game played here Monday afternoon. The Madison team put together singles and one double and coupled with two Civic Memorial errors came through with *wo big innings to cop the win. Madison picked up two runs in the fourth inning and scored five more Insurance runs in the sixth to coast home with the 7-0 win. Madison's Bill Trotts went the full seven innings on the mound and allowed Civic Memorial only two hits. Tom Erzen, a freshman, started for Civic Memorial and was relieved in the sixth inning by Al Corcoran. Civic Memorial is now 2-3 for the season and 0-2 in conference play and will host Marquette High School for a non-conference game at 4 p.m. Wednesday. Civic Mem. (0) Player AB R H - * 301 303 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 A.Cor'an Best Curry Zlvlc SheH Prultt Sharp Woodson Knight Cox Hausman Carr P.Cor'an Erzen 0 0 4 300 200 1 0 0 1 0 0 000 200 Madison (2) Player AB R H Hrysko Lubak Grak'off Onesky Gravllle Gulash Modruslc Dwymas Trotts 6 I 4 \ 0 302 4 0 1 4 1 1 220 2 1 0 3 1 1 2 0 1 Chy Council Committee Defers Tennis Action Out whin t Jeftit < oily atxJ ttiioot olatrfet to fitovtm nfflt eoutto Ift fWflfc ft** ftrk was ftrtl advanced abort two yean or mow no, whin warn- •ted MM ww moo. Tht dty WB« to pay 188,000 *M fht •anool board, 110,000. Cost of the courta now would be f»,(K», and, tt the city and ichool* each paid halt, the ntpective amounts would be about »7,WO, he arid. FropoNd location for the courts it at the easterly end d the park, mar the high school tract. The proposed city budget of the present year, now pending before the council includes no funds for the tennis courts. It slates however, that "cooperative development of the facilities" (by the city and schools) "would be a wise utilization of tax revenued but that the city is unable to participate financially without an offsetting increase In revenues." Big Ten Schools Plenty Busy With Grid Drills By THE ASSOCIATED PBESS Big Ten spring football drills were bustin* out all over today with close to 850 hopefuls in action. In tills group were about 225 lettermen, who, with a bristling pack of sophomores-to-be, will form the backbone of another high-powered conference campaign this fall. Totals 23 0 2 Totals 28 7 8 INNING: 1234567 RHE civic Mem. ooooooo—o 2 2 Madison 000205 x—7 8 4 DeJohn, sixth-rated contender 'rom Syracuse, N. Y., weighing 216 to 19U3 for Machen, staggered the Portland fighter with two right-hand shots in the fourth round. Other than that, Eddie held the advantage. But several of the rounds were so slow the crowd of r,,073 that paid $31,347.50 booed lustily. Machen brought blood streaming from DeJohn's nose in the sixth round and lambasted him with solid lefts and rights. But he couldn't put the New Yorker down. Late in the bout, sure of the decision, Machen boxed to keep out of trouble. Referee Matt Zidich scored the fight 6-3, Judge Jack Silver 8-2 and Judge Johnny Lotsy 8-1. The Associated Press scored it 6-2. Under California scoring the win tier of each round gets from one to five points, the loser none. Player AB R H Player Fowler 1 0 0 Wood Sumner 1 0 0 Peludat Kelly 1 0 0 Moder Perlca 1 0 0 Willis Ulrlch 200 Prlne 200 Basrich 200 Stokes 2 1 0 Kaiser 200 Payne 200 Mank 000 Robba 1 0 0 000 100 Roettgers Bemls Nodvell Dawson Boyer Jureziz T.Jonei Wyatt Curry Totals INNING: Alton 18 I 0 Totals 12348 AB R H 262 453 342 1 1 1 1 2 0 2 3 1 2 I 0 232 4 2 1 443 5 I 0 30 32 IS RHE 00001—007 E. St. Louis 9 4 9 10 x—32 15 2 Wood River, North Win Track Meet North Jr. High was host to a quadrangular track meet Monday at Public School Stadium. In the ninth grade meet Wood River was winner while in the eighth grade division North noted out Roxana. In the ninth grade meet Wood River «cored 73 S, Prather of Granite City tallied 59, Roxana had 4B and North scored 25H. North won the eighth grade meet with 64 points while Roxana scored 60H, and Prather had 21 H, of CoUtosvill* also called because of wet grounds and was\ v j (n •> moved to the Wood River dia mood ihi* afternoon when he closed birdie-birdie to.second-plaoe finish, keeping him !capture his second Masters titlejseoond behind Player in the 1961 money-winning race al $3f 792. Palmer seemingly had the tour-; Tied at f'mrih with $7.000 each m j y sewed up when Player i were Tommy Boll, who had the huyi-yed the 69th hole to fall one .stroke behind the defending chani who then was 9-under par Don Zintmer Captain CHICAGO (AP> — Tfce Chicago'through the 67th. Cubs Monday elected Don Zim- Bu> Palmer—alter an opening nur, 30-yWf-oW HOOK* baseman, imnt of 34 and eight straight pars, team captain tor die U61 season. |bjt his Waterloo at the 18tfa- Ha « J final round score of 68, and Don January at 285 PBU! Harney took sixth prize 1 money of $4.800 will) 286. Ama'-f teur Jack Nicklaus &od pros BjUJ CoUiflfi, Jack Burke and Bill Casper vert knotted at 287. to Branch Jr.. "for the) *-> .. > » of the parent club de-i weetllieia pends upon the success of the farm system." NBA RESULTS •y THE AlftOCUTVO PRCS8 ¥Md*y iM No gvne scheduled St. Louis at Boston (Barton leads hett-of-seven series, 3-1) Roll Pait Hardin SHILl MOTOR OIL GREENFIELD — Greenfield High School scored a 102-22 win over Hardin in a dual track meet held here Monday afternoon. Greenfield took first in a total of 13 events. Greenfield will particiuate in the Jacksonville Invitational meet Thursday afternoon. MMMCA1 utow •ILL KOLUR HHftBiBOf t«U Health BatlumuJ E*«jrd»« Crater Av«. MO *4IU L Steam Batbs and Mawa*M and ttlenttorls- King Edward Four Track Meets Slated The Alton High School track team travels to East St. Louis today for a dual meet with the Flyer thinclads in a meet beginning at 4 o'clock at Parsons Field. Three other area track meets are also on tap for this afternoon. Wood River travels to Granite City for a dual meet, Western Military hosts Aquinas of St. Louis and Roxana will host a triangular meet which: includes Triad and Mascoutah.' All three meets will start at 4 p.m. PRO HOCKEV By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Monday Result Chicago 3, Detroit 1 (Chicago leads best of 7 final series, 2-1) Tuesday Gtunes No games scheduled Wednesday Games Chicago at Detroit Alton Golfers Lose to J ax JACKSONVILLE - The Alton Redbird Golf team lost its first match of the season in bowing to Jacksonville High School 8-2. at Nichols Park Monday afternoon. The Redbirds now have a 1-1 record and will travel to Centralia for a dual Match Friday afternoon. Results: Howard Curtis (J) defeated Tom Muehlman, 37-38. Joey Wells (J) defeated Bill McBride. 38-39. Larry Ward (A) defeated Tom Bowles, 38-44. Dale Thayer (J) defeated Mike Johnson, 36-38. Mickey Little (J) defeated Glen Ingram. 35-36. Litchfield Names Polovich as Coach LTTCHFIELD. HI. (AP)-Louis Polovich, 1948 graduate of Mount Olive Hi$i School and a football player at Illinois Wesleyan, has been named football and track coach at Litchfield High School. Polovich previously coached at Benld. Drills are Just starting for Wisconsin, Iowa, Michigan and Michigan State. Illinois, Northwestern. Ohio State, Minnesota, Purdue and Indiana opened last week. NCAA regulations limit spring workouts to 20 sessions. The largest turnouts were at Michigan State (100), Indiana (91) and Minnesota (95). The only new head coach is Jerry Burns at Iowa. He stepped up from the assistant ranks to take over for Forest Evashevski, now the Hawkeye athletic director. Spring drills find most coaches talking in terms of rebuilding and eager to recount t he problems they face. Here are some of them: Iowa—developing a right guard, finding a fullback, filling left tackle, building a passing game. Wisconsin—rebuilding right side c' line. Ohio State—filling holes at quarterback and tackle-guard spots. Michigan State-rfinding a quarterback who can carry on the leadership of team's "most valuable," Tommy Wilson. Michigan—rebuilding nearly the entire interior section of the line. Purdue — replacing three key linemen and rebuilding virtually the entire backfield where the most acute loss is the Bernie Allen-Maury Guttman quarterback combination. Minnesota—no lettermen centers or right guards returning from 1960's national champions. Northwestern — replacing starters at quarterback, fullback and ends. Illinois—only two regulars return. AT FIRESTONE It's MORE THAN JUST BRAKE SERVICE (IK Yiur Miwir In Pirtiit ftnMln| Orfcr Fir tbi Otminf Sitttn Sean Service Pro-Season Tune- Up Social iMhMlM £)a Q H«t'i Wh* Wt Bt and «dlu»t ewtM. carburtter. pcnolt compr«»lon. Own «|f drtia «a4 flu»b •Mrwfl crank ot. HUw BUMPER-TO-BUMPER CAR SAFETY SERVICE Align Front End Repack Front Wheel Bearings Precision Adjust Brakes Precision Balance All Four Wheels Inspect and Tighten Fan Belts Test Shock Absorbers Test Battery and Inspect Cables Adjust Steering If Necessary Inspect Exhaust System Inspect Cooling System Check Headlights •nd Signal Lights Safety Cheek •II5 Tires Inspect Power Brake Unit Test Power Steering Unit ALL THIS FOR ONLY Any Am§f/C9n Mitt* Cor ftoplMomt tit parts, If not inducted PAYDAY T6MMS S12 « IROAOWAY ALTON HOword 2*9229

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