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_ — ^^^^^^^ MlMflililMHHMMtt ALTOlf BVBrlDw Run Gkmtajialler Beat Pirates And Law, 24 If there was one phase of baa*- wMch Manager Gene Maoch with his young Phttadei- Phillies in spring training, ue running. "Mistakes yw games." he said, "and of the mistakes our kids oiake are on the bases." tne point was driven home at Los Angeles Wednesday night as the Phillies ran themselves into a weird doubleptay that squelched a ninth inning rally and gave the Dodgers a 3-2 victory while leaving the Phils wiser but winless. It was one of but two games played to the majors. The San Francisco Giants atoo survived a ninth-inning threat and beat Pitts burgh 24 in the only other game scheduled in the NtWopal League Two games were scheduled to the American League—Chicago t& Washington and Los Angeles a1 Baltimore—and both were rained out. The Phils' folly came after the Dodgers had broken through against Frank Sullivan, making his NL debut, with three runs inj the seventh on Wally Moon's hom-j er and a scratch stogie by winning pitcher Johnny Podres. Trailing 34, the Phils got ridj of Podres when Johnny Caffison and SPORTS MENU John Bnrrouslw «t Wwuwn, Wood Rivtr it Bttwvint. ROXMM M Hunt *> Both R««y» at Alton. STANDINGS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American LeagM W. L. Pet O.B. Chicago Los Angeles Minnesota Cleveland Kansas City New York Detroit Boston 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1.000 1.000 1.000 • 1.000 • 1.000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 YM Swimmers Finish Second In State Meet AURORA - The minds YMCA Tni HMUfH .^j,--^ , .^ ^^^ •n nflh flu raw! WOn tun own the Alto* Araa Alt-Stan it Wait tori* High School p.m DM MagWant Washington Baltimore Thursday Oamwi Chicago at Washington Cleveland at Detroit Minnesota at New York Kansas City at Boston Los Angeles at Baltimore (N) WedMMiay Results IN ORIOLE-A'S TRADE n, Jerry Walker, Dick Williams and gian and pitcher Walker of Baltimore went ; to eny f , ^ tevoivcd . to exchange the Orioles 'obtained It. Were tile TOUT piayers invuivcu v^n.^. »«« C.»V«««»«B^ •••"-• »»••—~» -— -— . /*•. AU "«= «•««»->--• -—'a trade between the Baltimore fielder Williams and pitcher Mall from the A's. (AP jwas ^t, Rock i g i an d second and Chuck Ease Dick Hall, left in Wednesday — „— „ „,. . . . Orioles and Kansas City Athletics. Outfielder Esse^ Wirephoto) Orioles Trade Touring Golf Pros Move _^ ; O Swimming and Brvftf Champton. ship was held st the Aurora Ewr High School port. Thari wsra s teams fepresenltd Iron the stati ton districts last weekend, Tha Alton Cadet dBvhton captured second place honors. Rock island was tint and Monmouth third. Captain Mark Slaughter of Alton tied the record In the preliminaries with a time of 15.2 in the 25-yard freestyle. In the finals his time was a little slower but came hi first and a gold medal The free style team broke the ol( record of 1:08.8 with a time of 1:07.7 in the preliminaries but in the finals Rock Island made a new record with a time of 1:07.4. Th Alton free style team consisted o Mark Slaughter, Craig Luketich Chris Slaughter andJDavid Grady Richard Schippers was alter nate. Alton took second place In the finals. Grady placed fourth in the 25-yard freestyle. In the Midget division — Peoria ician§ Will Appear it Mora wfthflw Att bott, mm than 7W.OOO fans Utt in flu Vnttrt SfMtt, Canada and Mmtko. Thay art «varytMni the name bnpHae; thty ate coart jettan and M la the we every time they play the Magidan* keep th« tens in rtitcbes with their court mattery. The trig feature of the Magiel an is Marques Haynea, the worW's greatest dribbler and CO* owner of the club, Haynw has as •ambled aame of the great play ers into a superb group. There isn't much that can be satd about Haynaa that hasn't been said before. Me dazzles audiences as he dribbles sitting, kneeling lying and crawling. He may be a clown but when it comes to point making he is one of the best. The Magicians' rotter reads like a "Who's Who of Basket ball": 6'8" Jim Satterwhite of Tennessee State University; 6T Paul Martin of Atlanta, Oa. 6'4" Sam Wheeler of St Louis Mo.; 6'3" Josh Qrider of Nash ville, Tenn.; and 6'8" Sid Dawson of Detroit, Mich. The Area All-Stars wUl be BU smith who Alton R«1W* teen W tt» wffl Othen on the t Rowntwi of Los Angeles at Baltimore (N> Taylor opened the ninth (postponed, rain „.„, _,ie^CalliBon took third Chicago at Washington (N) post- when 'rookie Willie Davis hobbled jponed, rain • Taylor's hit to center and scoredj Only games scheduled on a high bouncer to the left of| Friday Games the mound by pinch-hitter Tony I Chicago at Detroit Curry. Taylor scooted to third on! Minnesota at Baltimore (N) the play when reliefer Larry j Cleveland at Washington (N) YoungPitcher Jerry Walker Greensboro Open Sherry's peg to the plate was wild. Pinch-hitter Tony Gortealez forced Curry for the first out, but the Phils were still in business, with runners on third and first as pinch-hitter 3ob SadowsH came to the plate. That's when the Phils' booboos popped up— and an alert Dodger defense shot 'em down. Taylor broke for the plate with the tying run on Sadowski's grounder to short, but was caught between third and home when Manry Wills threw to catcher John Roseboro. Roseboro made the tag on Taylor, after pairing j with third baseman Junior Gil-] liam for the run-down, and then Only games scheduled National League By KEN ALVTA BALTIMORE. Md. (AP>-The> Awociated Pre*. Sport, Writer JBaltimore Orioles, hoping to! GREENSBORO. N.C (API make 1961 the year they capture (After battling the form.dable Authe American 'League pennant, (gusta National course for almost have traded one of their young!a week in the Masters tourna- pitchers for what is hoped to bejment, the touring golf profession- an offensive punch. |als moved their road show to the The Birds Wednesday night sent Sedgefield Country Club today to W. L. Pet. /J.B.) pitcher Jerry Walker. 22, to the Los Angeles 2 0 1.000 — (Kansas City Athletics for utility Cincinnati 1 01.000 M»i outfielder Dick Williams. 31. St. Louis 1 01.000 Va\ Others included in the straight Pittsburgh 1 1 .300 1 four-player deal were the Orioles' San Francisco 1 1 .300 1 Chuck Essegian. 29. an outfielder Chicago 0 1 .000 Ha and Kansas City's Dick Hall. 30. 0 1 .000 l'/a a pitcher. 0 2 .000 2 "It is a luxury to be able to be concerned strictly with the fu- Mihvaukee Philadelphia Thursday Games Chicago at Cincinnati . St Louis at Milwaukee Pittsburgh at San Francisco Philadelphia at Los Angeles (I> Wednesday Results San Francisco 2, Pittsburgh 1 Los Angeles 3, Philadelphia start the four-day 72-hole Greater Greensboro open. If they are looking for a soft touch they may be in for a surprise, according to Tom Case, host professional at the course where the pros will be battling for $22,500 in prizes. Sedgefield, which last played host to the tournament four years i^t ^V**1V.^.».*1V.»* *»»* •^.M t J ...... »«• | f hire" said Lee MacPhail. Oriole j ago. has been toughened consid- president-general manager. "Ifierably. It has a par of 71 and we are going to be a pennant con-j measures about 7,000 yards. In the pro-amateur warmup Wednesday Bobby Nichols of Louisville, Ky., won the $250 first place money with a 65. Leonard, of Vancouver. B. C., was second with a 67, worth $210. Miami Makes ABC Challenge DETROIT (AP) —With the best start of any team to date, Brunswick of Miami, Fla., bids for first place in the classic division of the American Bowling Congress tournament tonight. The Miamians rolled 3.036 Wednesday night and will have to shoot 2,943 or better tonight to go tender this year, we must be con-j Sam Snead, approaching his | ahead of Stroh's Beer of Detroit. Miller Pitches Against Braves MILWAUKEE (AP) - The St. Louis Cardinals, seeking their second straight victory, send young right hander Bob Miller (4-3 last year) to the mound today againsl veteran Lew Burdette (19-13) of Milwaukee. Cardinal Manager Solly Hemus also banked on a repeat by Hal Smith of his performance Tuesday when the Cards downed the Braves 24 in 10 innings. Smith's eighth inning triple set up the tying run, chased home by pinch-hitter Bob Nieman, and kept the Cards in the game. In the seventh inning, Smith halted a Milwaukee threat with John Demerit on second base and none out. Pitcher Warren Spahn was at bat, trying to advance Demerit with a sacrifice bunt Spahn took one pitch, then missed one. Smith threw to Daryl Spencer covering second and nailed Dem Monmouth third. Pat Barrett of ' Alton broke a record in the pre- Iliminaries for the 25-yard breast- i stroke with a time of 18.0. In the finals he set another record in this vent with a new timeo f 17.8 which earned him a gold medal. Don Roberta of Alton won Jerit before he could get back. flipped back to Giffiam, whoSiN) nailed Gonzalez as he attempted to go from second to third, for tLe game-ending doubleplay. At San Francisco, rookie catcher Tom Haller made his first major league hit a seventh-inning homer that broke up a four-bit shutout against the Giants by Vern Law. It came after Robert Ctemente dropped Bailer's foul fly to right" The Bucs' 20-game winner of last year's pennant club then forced in the clincher when he hit Orlando Cepeda with a pitch with the bases loaded in the eighth. The Pirates, who scored in the sixth off winner Billy Loes had Only games scheduled Friday Games Milwaukee at Chicago Cincinnati at St. Louis (N) Pittsburgh at Los Angeles iN> Philadelphia at San Francisco (N) .cerned with the immediate ores-j 49th birthday, will be shooting for fading wit 5,978. j ent „... i his eighth victory. He won the I The previous high series of 3.0341 21 "What we are trying to do is i inaugural in 1938 and last spring j was sho t by .the St. Louis Bud-j __.. i Improve our offense. It is hard i took No. 7. iweisers March 16. Brunswick put! | rl oh Want •to get hitters You cannot get! Masters champion Gary Player; together games of 957, 1,042 and! " *3« « «««• ilhem without giving up something!is taking a brief vacation from| li0 37. I of value We feel very badly! the tour, but there are manyj Len Springmeyer, 1947 ABC .'about giving up Jerry Walker, a I formidable challengers for Sneadidoubles champion with teammate fine young man who" could be a)in the field of about 140. !Eddie Doerr, Jr.. led the team fine pitcher .Jor a number of! Among them are Doug Sanders.j^h 631. Doerr fired 611. George fouYth place in the 25-yard freestyle. The Prep division winners were twit IT' 1 Jim Welch of Btmter who has had two ytan in Army basketball and at fflU, 5'11" Richard dorter of Civic Memorial who won the tree throw titli.ft* CMI to I960, Httle Bobby WWte at 5'10" who was a member of the Edwardsville teim that placed aec- ond in the state tourney to 58 and who led the SIU Alton Campus Salukis in scoring in 1959, and Dr. Ron West, a veternartan from Bunker Hill who played his ball at La Salle-Peru College in 195152. The All-Stars Coach will be Bob Griffin former coach at Bunker Hill Junior High from lflSO-53 and now a» car salesman. There will be a preliminary game between the Kingsmen Club and the independent team from Wood River at 6:30 p.m. Halftime entertainment will be provided by baton twirlers, Donna Knock, Den- made up from local talent. 6'7"|nis Knock, and Sharon Modrow Charles Manar who was a star) sky. The Esquires, a vocal group at Alton In 1953 will see action.]from Alton, will also entertain. Don Schueller. 6'4", a former! Advance tickets are on sale at Wood River 'Oiler will be on the squad as will 6'4" Bunker Hill Coach Jim Hlafka, formerly from Eastern Illinois and St. Louis University. the Comet Drive-In, Carroll's Drive-In and B&M Shoe Repair on Belle Street. Advance tickets will be $1.75 for reserved, $1.25 for adults and $1 for students. At Six-three Herman Shaw of Ed- the door tickets will be |2 for wardsville and former player for j reserved, $1.50 for adults and South Chicago first, Rock Island,;Normal; 6-3 Dan Milligan a hot|$1.25 for students. second and Springfield third. The Junior division winners were Evanston first, Joliet second and Rock Island third. Earl Brown of Alton took sixth place ribbon honors in the 50-yard breaststroke. In the Intermediates winners were Quincy first, Joliet second and Jacksonville third. Alton swimmers in this division were Jeff Gilbert third in the 100 yard butterfly and fifth in the 200- yard freestyle and David Massey fifth place in the 100-yard breaststroke. * Another SMU, Stanford, Duke On Illinfs Future Slate CHAMPAIGN (Special)—South-,new series, as neither team has played Illinois in football pre- ern Methodist, Stanford, Oregon State, Missouri, and Duke will be Illinois' non-conference football opponents during the 1965-66 seasons, and all five teams will ap- viously. Illinois' 1965-66 league opponents will be Michigan State, Ohio State, Indiana, Purdue, Michigan, Wisconsin, and Northwest- vardste in the Cadet 25-yard breaststroke. er in Memorial Stadium, Doug-j ern i ntrasta te- opponent North- las R. Mills, director of athletics, j western ^ return to last spot on today. The Ulini also tne scne( j U | ei wn ile Michigan State gevem Big Ten teams Mark Slaughter tied a record each season as ^ conference will furnish in the with a time of Alton broke the third game opposition year. i. Pat Barrett record in the years. Maye Suffers Muscle Strain MILWAUKEE (AP) — Lee Maye, who shelved his music to concentrate on winning a starting position in the outfield of the Mil- two on with two out in the ninthSwaukee Braves baseball team. when rookie reliever Jim Duffalo was in deep distress today, got Qemente to hit into a force Maye. on the basis of his fine work during the exhibition series this spring, earned the starting spot in left field for Milwaukee's j opening game. He got in fine i shape by playinK winter baseball in Puerto Rico instead of writing) i music as he had done previously! I in the off season. outfielder per- : Julius Boros. Mike Souchak. Bil- This will be the third time thatjly Maxwell. Peter Thomson, Kel Nagle, Stan Leonard and Charlie Sifford, the Los Angeles pro who A's last year, has been in!is the first Negro to play a ma jor PGA event in the South. Williams, who hit .288, slugged 12 homers and drove in 65 runs for the Baltimore. Hall, who was 8-13 last yearj |for Kansas City, is expected to! | see relief duty for Baltimore. Es-; segian, a pinchhitting hero of the I 1389 World Series for the Los An- j out Scheffel Named geles Dodgers, was purchased byj the Birds Feb. 1. Rain Washes Out Local Sports Events May Celtics Reign BOSTON (AP) — The Boston Celtics, champions of the National Rain forced postponement of all Basketball Association for the area high school varsity sports I third straight season held a ion.[breakup party Wednesday night. _^ m ^ „ outfit was a rather gay affair with were""comnsviile"at Alton? Mar-j champagne and congratulations Baseball Wednesday games rained quette at Civic Memorial, West-land lots of speeches about "the »^«^,v i~~~ - — u . 'ern Military at Lutheran Centra). I greatest team ever." (Butch) Scheffel of Brighton wa.s' formed weU in the opening game a| Edwardsville and; But lurking under the cover of Xfc ^*~ f * , 1.1 t *l_ ., T3.u. .rr*f~ lj-if* +r\ illfl CT ' . . . . I 1 1 ,-U. —„. ...... n Nenezian 623, Lou Mandragona 617 and Stan Gurwitz 554. Schmidt Beer of St. Paul took second place Wednesday night on a 3,000 score for a total of 5,948. Hay Fever Shot Bothers Mantle NEW YORK (AP) — This was one spring when everything was right with Mickey Mantle — no strains, no pains, no ailments at all when he and the New York Yankees opened the American League season. So he took a shot in the arm to help him stay that way, and the trouble started. "He has a knot the size of a baseball on his left arm," said BUNKER HILL - Belmont The -'S named commissioner South Central section Khouvy League at a of thei that the Braves lost to tne O f me : Louis Cardinals 2-1 in 10 innings meeting 'but he came up with strained, t he laughter and good wishes was matches, Granite Must an undertone, just a hint o: City at Edwardsville and Madi-i sadness: A senso the gaiety ma> Two at tennis «.„„.. __ „„, ... ..... — -„ _. . held Tuesday night at BunkerJ'^" 1 shoulder muscle. The mjur> gon Ht Roxana wo ,. e also washed 'have been forced a hit. Hill High School. Scheffel, who has been dent of the Brighton Khoury League committee, replaces retiring commissioner Wadsworth of Bunker HiU. .— or ! "I may keep him out of action a day out as was the vVestern Military Because the breakup party may a week or more. . Al . ademy s go | f 1)m(L . h at Coll ins-; have signaled the end of an era "" villr. Two factors: Increasing age rescheduled and a team that doesn't yet exist finally got a shot and The events will or a future date. Ithis has to happen," Maye said; (get back in there tomorrow. But' o h ~4 i *«,. *K» ^^n «. n «.' m - v arm is pretty stiff right now '" : Bill Ma/eroski was the only; sea son. Schedules for the season were, In ^ eyent tha , Maye , B side-: Sec0nd haseman to ma ke more! Platoon System PEORIA, 111. (AP) — Edward VV. (Moose) Krause 1 . athletic director at Notre Dame, said Wednesday night that the two- platoon system should be restored to college football. The former Irish line coach, n a Notre Dame alumni banquet talk, said he also favored changing the rules to move the goal posts in to the end of the play- ng field. Krause said the present 20-day spring football drills are too short to ^permit a coach to adequately train piayers for both offense and defense. But the time would permit training them for one or the other, he said. Moving the goat posts the 10 yards to the goal line, he said, would make the field goal a major weapon in college scoring. The posts are on the goal line in pro Manager Ralph Houk, "but I think he'll be able to play today. It's from a hay fever shot he took yesterday morning. Damn dest thing you ever saw." Mantle, who was O-for-4 and struck out twice when Pedro Ramos pitched a three-hitter that gave the Minnesota Twins a 6-( opening day victory Tuesday, had Midget 25-yard breaststroke with a time of 17.8. Khoury League Meeting Scheduled JERSEYVILLE — The Jerseyville Khoury Baseball League will hold a meeting for players and parents at the East Elementary Srade school gymnasium at 8 p. m. Tuesday. Boys who want to play Khoury League beseball must attend the meeting with at least one parent. DIAMOND STARS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Pitching — Billy Loes. Giants, allowed nine hits, but just one run over eight innings in first start in three seasons for 2-1 .decision over Pirates. Hitting — Wally Moon, Dodgers, broke up shutout and overhauled Phils' lead with two-run homer in seventh inning of 3-2 victory. fessional football. FIGHT RESULTS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Seattle — Eddie Cotton, 171, Seattle, outpointed Rory Calhoun, 173, White Plains, N.Y., 10. Miami Beach, Fla. — Allan Harmon, 168Vj, Kingston, Jamai- in the , )•-*"•• " — — uiiru game eacn year. Indiana ^'^inaugurates ten-game schedules, j moves Mo the mth Saturday of Oregon State and Southern | t he season after being off Illinois' Methodist games will inaugurate schedule for four years. Illini will have seven home : games in 1965, entertaining Oregon State, Southern Methodist, and Duke plus conference * foes Ingo's Future T T O I* UM 4 L'une yyiB cuiucicuvc - ivca On L/.O. ;Indiana.' Purdue, Michigan and 1 Northwestern. In 1966, Illinois GOTEBORG, Sweden (AP) —If | will open with Southern Metho- he wins his tax tussle with the|dist in a night game at Dallas, government, former, heavyweight champion Ingemar Johansson expects to fight top-ranked Sonny Listen in the United States in September. while non-loop opponents Missouri and Stanford will appear in Memorial Stadium, in addition to Big Ten foes Michigan State, Ohio j State, and Wisconsin. "The question is whether the The complete schedules: U.S. tax authorities will recognize me as Swiss or not," the Swedish heavyweight said Wednesday. "If they do, I can go on fighting in the states. Otherwise, I will have to fight in Europe, where the taxes are lower." Johansson, who has spent much of his time in Geneva, Switzerland, since his first fight with heavyweight champion Floyd Patterson, faces a tax claim of about $1 million which the U.S. government contends he owes from his fight with Patterson. IMS Sept. 18—Oregon State Sept. 25—Southern Methodist Oct. 2—At Michigan State Oct. 9—At Ohio State Oct. 16—Indiana Oct. 23—Duke Oct. 30—Purdue Nov. 6—Michigan Nov. 13—At Wisconsin Nov. 20—Northwestern 19M Sept. 17—At Southern Methodist Sept. 24—Missouri Oct. 1—Michigan State Oct. ft—Ohio State Oct. 19—At Indiana Oct. 22—Stanford Oct. 29—At Purdue Nov. 5—At Michigan Nov. 12—Wisconsin Nov. 19—At Northwestern almost assure that the same personnel won't all be together next a tough time in the batting cageica, knocked out Billy Ryan, 174, during Wednesday's off day workout. drawn up with the opening game in all League towns, set for May i" 14. The atom teams will play the " first game. The all-star game is " set tor July 30 at Gillespie. I There are 53 teams in the sec' tion which is divided into two - parts. Lynn Simmerrnaker of - Shipman is deputy commissioner I of the Western Division, and Jim ^ Savant of Benld is deputy com- missioner of the Eastern Divi- sion. ~WR Athletes § To Be Honored ~ WOOD RIVER - The Wood ^River High School's Winter Sport* ^ award banquet will be held at SDeaker rrthe Bethalto Zion Lutheran Church; ^ Fietc ^ r wil) ^ , )onored foj . hilj —ft* p.m. Saturday. ; e wiim ^ o| the ~ HaWV Gallatin, Southern llli- .^^ ^^^j tiUt , •«*** JjJj|j[ w ?Sf it ._ h !!?? <^?*j Ticketb whk-h cost $5 apiece lined Braves Manager Charlie ;than i()C Double plays in the Na-i be able to protect seven of its Dressen plans to start Al Spangleri tlona | i^ a ^ue last season, He, players, with the others going intoj in center and shift John de Meritj was in on ^7 Tony T a)l ior ofi a pool from which the Chicago) to left field. The veteran Hank| lhe p hjls wag nex( with 87 team tnal wi) | enter the league | next season will choose its play- Glenn (Bud) Daniel is in his'ers. 10th season as base ball coach I Some of the Celtics have to go. "There's no pain," said Mick, team in the league willj.. but j fejt d(zzy and nauseated.- Brockton, Mass,, 1. Manila — Auburn (Flash t Copeland, 128, Flint, Mich., stopped Little Cezar, 128, Philippines, 4. Aaron is in right. Dinner Honors Kahok Coach A testimonial dinner for Col- 1 linsville Coach Vergil Fletcher will be held at the Collinuville Park Ballroom at 6:30 p.m. April 27. Bob Bumes, St. Louis Globe Democrat Sport* Editor will serve as toastioajBter and John Benington, St. Louis University basketball coach will be the at the University of Wyoming. His team won three straight ! Skyline Conference titles ! tween 1954 and 1956. be- Just who they will be, no one knows. Owner Walter Brown insists the decision has not yet been made. the OH flf the Wood River | £3ub will present the Most; Valuable Athlete award at the! PRO HOCKEY THK AiBOCUTKO PfUSli to wrestling, bas- and gymnastic* will re- Detroit 'i t Chicago 1 (bert-ol-7 series tied, ^-2) — AH*** from E»* Alton. Wood] w* Hvttw* g*«4r school* *** flw ooacfaai will abo * Ht No game Friday G«BM at MONRO MATIC SHOCK ABSORBERS Monro-Matk retum for • full rotund and miMteUatka of you* old shock*. OPENING NEW SHOP • Compliti Auto Ridiitar Olianing , Ripairlng • Oompliti Motor Tuno Up t Powor Lawn Mowin and Small Engino Ripalr • All Now Modorn Cqiilpmont Get Our Price* Fir»t PAT & BOB'S ONE-STOP SHOP 314 IQWAIOSVIUI ROAD-WOOD RIVIR o/ Wood Jtivtr Tool and fitata/ Co.) Pal Fvlbr Bob Ofcirtfcwill t 28 ytfli « with Modtrt Wf Iditg • 5 y«ou with Oiy liei. a*d CMuiMvl Auto Vto* Co. PLINTY OF PAHKIHO tVACI SWIMS Ad It IN. UWN RAKI Mf. M.4? M •Ak *AUA*I CAN BRANDT HARDWARE 7SI I. iHOAOWAY ALTON I

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