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IU IHt KeUISf tK-NtVvi, — Ml. VtKlMUN, ILLINOIS L /UV-L/VVUL.IS IJ, l >Oj Forecast Of Sunday Showdowns Pick Giants And Bears To Nail Down Crowns First Methodist Gets 6th Win In Church Loop AFL To Top Draftees By JACK HAND Associated Press Sports Writer NEW YORK (API-The New York Giants and the Chicago Bears are Hie picks here in Sunday's "bis ones" in the Na- j Unbeaten first Methodist I i . . , _ tional Football League, setting snagged its sixth straight victory Kl CI KA/ilr up a Giants-Bears title playoffs : and kept sole possession of first! I Lm UUULb at W'rigley Field. Dec. 29 ; p i ace in cimrch League play last Tlie NFL season ends Sn.nclay j night. Christian and Presbyterian with the conference champion- i also won to loom as top challeng- ships hanging on the final 1 ers. games. Unless the Green Bay j Christian fought of/ stubborn Packers stumble over San Fran- 1 Summersville and Arthur Ellis to Cisco Saturday afternoon, the : stack up a 51-o0 win in the opener Bears will have to beat that : at the Junior High. David Martin RAMS PLAY AT BENTON Mr. Vernon attempts to find the winning path at Benton tonight in one of three scheduled South Sovqn Conference games. The Ritnis are II (or the season. Benton Is unbeaten In two starts and will be making its debut in South Seven play. The Rangers have topped Metropolis 58-50 and Johnston City 72-M. In other league games, Marion goes to Centralia and Herrin to Harrisburg. West Frankfort is at Johnston City in a non-loop clash. In Southwest Egyptian headliners, Chester plays at Carbondale, Du Quoin at Anna-Jonc 'J- boro, and Murphysboro at P'villc. In the North Egypt, Carmi goes to Flora, Fairfield to Bridgeport, Olney to Mt. Carmel, and Salem tough Detroit club Sunday to behind Larry Wolfe basketed a dozen. National Gets 9 Of First ! to Uwcnceville sure of winning the Western ti- j points each for Central, while; 10 Kids Sought By Both i in major games Satunlav night. tic - • hlhs mafie up Summersville s , & 3 i Mt Venion travels to Sm : innf?eld Pittsburgh has a chance to j attack with 34 points. I Loo P s - L« ID W W cZ* lo Sra win it all in its game with I In the second barnburner. St- : ! 2 ^1' ntv to Marion ami the Giants at Yankee Stadium, j Mary's I nipped Casey Avenue, Bv TUB ASSOCIATED PRESS j Carmi is at AIcLcansboi'o DIFFERENT APPROACHES New York needs a victory or a 35-32. Dave King tallied ten ! tie to nail down their third I points to lead the victors. Ed \ The 1-1 teams in the National j straight Eastern crown The ; Skclton and Steve drilled !M and ' Football League aren't about to Steelers would take the title on • 12 points respectively lor Casey, j run out of money. But ai the; percentage points. .?~7 to .711; Presbyterian toppled upset-; rale they're signing the nation's; if they beat the Giants. minded Lebanon, 26-23. in the '> top college talent, they had bet-; It is showdown weekend in the , finale. David Pigg paced the vie- i ter put in a rush order for some i American Football League, too tors with 11 points, while Leban- 1 mure chocks. ! The Boston Patriots can clinch! on's John Marks countered with The NFL lured two more of the Eastern Division by winning' eight. its first-vound draft selections ; at Kansas City Saturday. San Di-i In the first clash at Summers-, into the fold Thursday—Texas , ego could wrap up the Western: ville. Second whipiied First, .18-1 Tech end Dave Parks signing t Division by whipping Houston if 129. in the battle of the Baptist | with Sun Francisco and Pitts-; Oakland loses to Denver. | powers. Jim Burton dropped injhurgh halfback Paul Martha • A perfect 7-0 weekend in the ifi points for Second and team-; signing with the Steelers—and • NFL and 3-1 in the AFL boosted male Bill Cox halved that total. , look a commanding lead over, the season record to 63-23-5 in• Louis Grothoff netted 11 points I he AFL in the checkbook bat-j in the NFL and 25-17-3 in the j for the Flyers. tic. I AFL or a combined total of 91-1 West Salem romped over win- The NFL now lias signed nine! 40-S. ; less Free Will, 38-24. in the mid- of in first-round picks among | Here we go again—all games < f u e game. Jim Frakes popped in 'he plavers who have committed | Sunday unless otherwise indi- j 20 points for West Salem. Roy themselves lo one league or the cated: | Payne topped Free Will's offense ; other. The AFL has lured one with 11 points. NFL The weekend schedule-. GAMES TONIGHT Mt. Vernon at Benton Marion at Centralia Herrin at Harrisburg W. Frankfort at J. City Chester at Carbondale Du Quoin at Anna-J'boro j Murphysboro at P'villc Eldorado at Metropolis Shawneetown at Carrier Mills Carmi at Flora j Fairfield at Bridgeport Olney al Mt. Carmel Salem at Lnwrenceville Cairo al Joppa Hurst-Bush at Trico Cobden at Mounds Douglas SATURDAY' NIGHT Ml. Vernon at Lanphier I Centralia at Salem ! Johnston City at Marion Carmi at McLeansboro Metropolis at Cairo Eldorado at Galatia Olney at Robinson j LOYOLA HAS CLOSE CALL; NYU LOSES Woodlawn And I Dahlgren Lose At Wayne City Oniy "two tnen. are i-ealiy in- -the running ioc oro £oot.bali'6 %'} highest honor.... '>jL -though you might •~WJ 'Tittle is ^Wf a-^'t^iy pitching ior it. * STANDINGS* Marion Mt. Vernon „ I little Jate—he is busy getting n ready for the showdown game f , Sunday with the Pittsburgh , Steelers—-so his wife was the . first to hear the news. ., "That's just wonderful." Min- Bowling SWEET SIXTEEN MIXED LEAGUE HIGH GAMES: Walt nette Tittle said. "Y.A. will be' nig out ovoat York Giants, has been named r _ away. On the other hand, the Green Bay 35. San Francisco' Logan'street continued to win iAFL l,;,s contracts from three 1-1 (Saturday i-Packers must win. as it' halted Park Avenue. -10-3S, of its No. 1 picks-one contest- to keep hopes alive. A victory | , n tne [ ma i m,. La m , Shields of cd—and has lost two lo the NFL. and a loss for the Bears Sunday i Lo gan \ et \ a n scorers with 21 1 Besides Paries, the No. I se- would give them the title. A 110,^^,5 QJH vord pumped in 11 l r <'lion in NFL drab, and Marand a loss for the Bears would (tallies for Park Avenue. tha. the NFL line-up shows: set up a playoff. This one on na-i l n three games at Bethel, First Washington has signed Ari/o- ^ _ , „ . „,„.,... tional (CBS» television. I Methodist vaulted past Lutherans, na Slate hack Charles Taylor.: -T Q | MI1UII1UO ^ B.v BEChEK Chicago 20. Detroit 17-They \ W esley Methodist bombed Minnesota has Minnesota tacklei s , Assneiated Press Sports Writer will play this one close to the; St . Mary's II. 50-27: and ma! Carl Ellor. Los Angeles has Utah : SM,utl1 b £™ .„ Ga -Sh\\ \ORK ..\P» - V A. vest with a field goal the likely j ease( j pa st First Methodist II. : st;i,p quarterback Bill Munson, ... in" 'on kittle came home from work a margin. ! Baltimore has Indians back i V> enu . a ' la ,' -. ~ "•>»»'» New York 31, Pittsburgh 2-1—i Monday's schedule: : Maiv Woodson, New York has 1 ,l an . " K n n Giants will have Y .A. Tittle this; At Bethel Oklahoma buck Joe Don Loon-, ™ m " m " ' time and Alex Webster is ready., 6:45 Logan St. vs. Methodist I . y. Cleveland has Ohio State,"?"' 0 " ... —., Steelers will roll on the ground' 7:45 First Baptist vs. Methodist, back Paul Warfield and Chicago'" - 1 ' 1 ' anKt0,t " with John Henry Johnson the 1 H has Tennessee tackle Dick Evey. key. but Y .A. will do more dam-j 8:45 Christian vs. Pleasant Hill The NFL has lost only South- age if Giant pass blockers can i At Summersville tin California quarterback Pete handle Pittsburgh's rush. The 6:45 Free Will vs. Wesley Beathard, the No. 1. choice of battle will be won in the line. ; Methodist the Detroit Lions. Beathard, Cleveland 28, Washington 21—j 7:45 Epworth vs. Lebanon also a first-round pick by Kan- Jimmy Brown riddled Skins in 1 8:45 Lutheran vs. Casey Avenue sas City of the AFL. signed with opening game 37-14 victory. Ru- the Chiefs. more say Bill MePeak's job may Clll'KCH I.EAGl E SIANDING* Koll | . X FL first-round picks be at stake. \\ I. St. Louis 31. Dallas 21— Charlie ; First Methodist I ti Johnson pitching over the run-j Christian ( i ning of the Cowooys hut nothing, Presbyterian 6 like their 34-7 romp on opening ; I-ogan Street cl.-iy. Pleasant Hill Baltimore 2S. Los Angeles II— ; Second Baptist Johnny L'nitas on beam and Summersville Rams are vulnerable to air at-.Ina tack. Colts bitter about 17-16 St. Mary's I loss Nov. 24 on a field goal. ' First Baptist Minnesota 24, Philadelphia 21; West Salem —Ron VanderKelen gets a start- Epworth ing chance for Vikings for first j Lebanon time. Eagles should be ready I Lutheran for supreme effort to save jobs j Wesley Methodist and Nick Skorich's scalp. ; First Methodist II Alii ; Park Avenue Buffalo 42, New York 14— Otsev Avenue • Cookie Gilchrist after thai 1,000-' Free* Will yard season again with S65 St. Mary's II yards. Jets hurting with quarterback Dick Wood lost for sea- . _ . ^ *> n Goiter Dies On YAT And Jim Brown Get All Votes 'Bald Eagle' Tittle Homed Most Valuable Pro Player ERNIE CLARK IS "DIFFERENT" Lion Linebacker Warms Up By Ramming Concrete No. 1 Team Nips W. Michigan; Unranked Toledo Blasts No. 2 Quintet. By BOB C.ItKICV Associated Press Sports \VHtrr It was prophetic. Just before second-ranked New York University look the court at Madison Square Garden for a game with unranked Toledo Thursday night, the NYU I cheerleaders raced on the court toting a huge baner. "We're No. 1," the flag boastfully, erroneously proclaimed. Right in front of the cheering section one of the cheerleaders got his feet tangled in the banner and took a tumble. A few minutes later, so did NYU. The Violets were out-rebounded, out-maneuvered and thoroughly played off the court by the fired-up Rockets. 87-71. Top- ranked Loyola of Chicago, the only other ranked team in action Thursday, had to work hard for a 105-102 decision over West em Michigan. "I've been saying we've got a helluva team," jubiliant coach Eddie Melvin of the Rockets, now 5-0 for the season, said. "Now maybe they'll believe me . "How did I feel going against the No. 2 team? Hall, we should be No. 1 or 2. I've been saying we should be one of the top ten teams. This proves it." They barged out to a quick 11-7 lead, using a spread-out, wide- open offense, and simply look it from there. They moved calmly, deliberately on offense and used a harassing, shitting man- lo-man defense that forced the frustrated Violets into mistakes. It was NYU's first loss in four games. And while the Violets were wilting, the top-ranked Ram- Allendale, Crab Orchard and Carterville scored first-round victories last night as action got underway in the 10th annual Wnync City Holiday tourney. Tourney officials reported the largest opening night, crowd in the history of the Wnync City meet. Charles Sander hit 30 points to pace Allendale over Dahlgren's Bulldogs 88-65. Dan Thierry tallied ,'t0 for Dahlgren, Waugh added 15 and Voliva It. Crab Orchard ousted Cross- villo in a low-scoring contest. tfi-'28. Richcy and Bailey topped the winners with 18 and 17 respectively. Hon had 10 and Endicotl 7 for Crossville. The Wood lawn Rcdbirds were knocked out of the running by Carterville 62-51. Crain, White, Partridge and Scott «mch hit. in double figures for Carterville. For Woodlawn, Diel scored 19, Fuller 17 and Payne 9. In games tonight, starting at 6:45, Equality plays Wnltonville and Sesser meets Cisnc. biers from Chicago I,oyo1a had a severe scare thrown their way by Western Michigan before escaping with their fourth straight victory. Lit lie Manny Newsome, a 5- foot-10 sparkplug, was the chief tormentor of the defending national champions, throwing in 44 points. Ron Miller led the winners with 33 points, On-rushing but unranked Okla honia State remained unbeaten with a 71-til triumph over Brigham Young. In some of the other major ones, Rhode Island handled Brown 77-62, Iowa edged Southern Methodist 73-70, Oklahoma City bombed San Francisco 974, Providence whipped St. Louis 724)6, Colorado beat Houston 72-fil, Notre Dame blasted Valparaiso 107-G0, Texas Christian won from Florida Sate, 66-60, Memphis Slate romped over Marquette 88-74, Miami downed St. Mary's, Calif., 101-86, Villanova just got by Buffalo 58-56, Massachusetts walloped Boston College 93-74 and New Mexico edged Denver 49-43. DETROIT iAPi—If the Chica- 1 to the spot at mid-season, the , , . . . . , • go Bears erect a stone wall in former Michigan State plaver so pleased. And imagine heat-; Sunday's crucial game with the developed fast as a try-to-got-, Jimmy Kioun. lies Detroit Lions, that'll be all right around-me pro type. T .„ „ ,. ,,, , V \ THI ' w "» Ernie Clark. He has been particularly .j. i o S ] ii^ ,i r ,i v The Lions' rookie linebacker lr \>l'ul since injuries side- the old Bald Ivule of the New u ,, rms „ p f( „. „ amp ])y (1 . ((;k( , ( , fl mmhn . ^ U]e Uom , ing into concrete pillars. 198; Paul Can- ITS: Lylc the Most Valuable Player in the defensive standouts, uys do Someone told Wilson about the concrete Stadium. So to watch him , , , Shirley Hertenstcin 4S0 •' - Kortas. dratted by M. Louis. Wilcox 455. • '- Besides Beathard, the AFL; Standings j has signed New York's No. 1 , The Cons r. ',' B icl j; bM ' k Matt ' Strikes and"Spares 1 Snell. Oakland also says it has r>y Holers - • signed its top choice. Ari/o- Boondockers - 1 na Stair back Tony Lorick, but inconsistents seven. L. "That's A with the locker by one of Detroit victorv. coupled | ,lloso pillars and whump! He i triumph by'Green Bav whacked it wit his arm and Saiurdav, would give the Pack- shoulder." Wilson related, the National Football '"Then whump! He hit it with '•^ J'the NFL's Baltimore entry also The Foursome ^.21 claims his signature. I>orick was i Hi Lo's ! 20 Lucky Strikes W L. "1 'iats tremendous." said •H ) Tittle, when he got home from ; :: | g S %,rp1eLed C ? I top ; n r ^gues Western "Division-tiUe. !»o other. I hurt just to watch ~y> prove worth\', especiallv in Sun- ' ' ""^ -Xi; day's game. That's " the big ' L \ iirk - «. --('-poundei ~>.\ i one '" him. '- ', the Colts second round pick. - '•] Four other signings were an- 11 t' nounccrl Thuisday—three in the 0 <| NFL. The New York Giants 0 6 grabbed their eighth-round pick. Clark, a 220 -poUnder who works out of the left linebacker ind the Steelers l' 0 *' 1 ' 0 "' is °" r of Detroit's new- Tlie Giants .... .,,,^,,,0 . , . . . , .16 29: will Play winncr-take-all for the ;V s .L-™"^'° wca P° ns - Assi S ncd ! Eastern Division title. PYRA5UD LK.AGVK : Tittle has been just about all also has established two NFI HIGH SEKIKS the offense for the Giants, and career records with 19i) touch lean-' usually he has been enough, clown passes and 1,951 NAIA Top Coach Marilyn Becherer 508; passes, is Boston 24. Kansas City 21 (Saturday)—Pats wrap up first title but Chiefs showed 1962 Cornel quarterbaek Gary Wood, ct.te Cox 473: Shirley Yeargiii|The Giants had the league in Tittle" said his selection And Ihe Dallas Cowboys signed [ 166: Jean Ann Davison 440; j scoring by a wide margin. MVP shouldn't make any diffe two Notre Dame players as free; Agnes Tapocik 441; Pat Hig-: Tittle has thrown 33 touch-, mce in the game Sunday. down passes this year, equaling j don't think the Steelers' his own league record set last around with my press dippings year. He has 204 eoninletinns in ! in tlir .ii- nnrU-ot" h n ^.,\ri <>\n'\ _ . . .. agents—flanker John Simon and, gi"s 434 24th Birthday cnA Clav si <i iiui > s ,,IGH GAMES Kansas City of ihe AFL signed 1 Marilyn Becherer 185; Jean- form in rolling over Denver last -7-'; — v f iu„,i 0110 ° r 'he futures picked 'last j ctte Cox 175; Shirley Yeargin week, Kansas City could win it. 1 CHICAGO_ 'AP> - EdwatU ypar p jllsbu ,. gh ta( . k)e j ohn — " Oakland 28, Denver 10— AL Olickeyt Menke. one of the v,"'; V' Davis' Raiders are hottest team Chicago area's top amateur' in the league with six straight, j golfers, died of Hodgkins' di- —, , . T, . including two over San Diego, 'sease on his 24th birthday LOO K I£ 4/mc At San Diego 27. Houston 17- Thursdav. WWft,c A*l Oilers wil be tougher at home. Although stricken five vears' 7.00/1 Vrl kAr,*L ago by the same disease, IWU'IU. IWQrK I that felled golf professional Hor- jton Smith last October, Menke 172; Laurita Langa 171; Pat Higgins 169: Wanda Deen 165, STANDINGS Motel State than in 27-0 shutout at San Diego j ago by the two weeks ago. Stan Tire Service | Tri-County Electi I Capps & Warren Joe Martin Ins. * BOWLING * PINSPINNKRS LEAGLE HIGH GAMES Lillie Hill -1S9; Phvllis Brad- NTAV YORK managed lo wan both the junior Cookip Gjk . h) . js( j closed and open of the Chicago (API-Buffalo's I First Nat'l Bank w I' no 15 15 25 20 2.3 22 22 23 19 26 19 26 13 32 go SACRAMENTO, Calif. (API- j W. J. (Bill) Nicks of unbeaten Prairie View A&M College was named National Association of \ Intercollegiate Athletics Foot- | hall Coach of the Year Thurs day. year. He has 204 completions in in their pocket," he said.""And 341 attempts for a 59,8 per-11 was going to go all out any centage and 2,837 yards. 1 way." The star quarterback, who is Y.A. stands for Yelberton 37 and looks baybe five years Abraham. older than that with his weath-, But even his wife calls him cr-beaten face and bald head, I "Y.A." Mt. Vernon Grade School Scores Mann 23. Franklin 22 Lincoln 34. Hall 26 West Salem 22, Edison 20 Dishtct Golf" Avocation in the : l^.jj^ A the' same season, 1959. He was the yard mark in rushing two times i ALIBI LEAGUE HIGH GAMES ford 472; Rilhe Sue Wilson S?".fL v« i ^'.i,» w.,,,1- witn a ^>-r^ P^kup against i Ed Cook 186; Larry_ Hooper 456: Mickie V .. -n 446: Shirley |« fcl^ 0 ',^" N '± the New York Jets in their game 1182; " Corley 408; ' ,rge Elli/ 407. SERIES Lillie Hill 1ST; Miekcv Wil !egan Township High golf team j nprp Saturday.' for two years and in his seiv 1 ior year on the Bloom Town- Northwestern Hadley Kurtz 177.; Judy Hooper 169; Corrina Cluck Gilchrist set a one-game rush-' 161; Gloria Sinclaiv _160. j ing record by ripping the New HIGH SERIES son 179- Phvllis Bradford 176;^ Hl ?, h team ' , A , Norimvrs '!IJ 1 i York line lor'213 'yards and five Hadley Kurtz 495; Jack Ca- Billie Sue \YiW,n 176; Char-• V," lV £fT y ,1* u-'^T' 1 touchdowns last Sunday, bring-1 sada 469: Don Hollow-ay 465; lotte Costic 162; Shirley Cooley illVttu \ L L^T>\?l llui i in " his t0,al for Ule to S65 Pat Bailey 421; Gloria Sinclair 162 cat gol{ leam {m Us0 M ' lre ' Ivards. 389; Barbara Cook 389. I yards. Gilchrist holds the AFL lush. ,,. . a . . „ . .. „ .> .....^ .... , STANDINGS W I. f, 1Um i s .„ i™™ a ^"l 1 'nc record of 1,096 yards, set Jetsons 20' 3 15»i W>1 THE ASSOCUrED PREss, , ast ypfl) . ln this scaS0I) . s race, I Pushovers 20 16 Bogan 6S, Lindblom ,)2 i hp t) . ails Oakland's Clem Dani-14 Aces 19 17 Bombers 19 17 Putters n\i 18'i Misfits 12 24 ROCKE'VTES I,EAGVK HIG HGAMES NN ilma Smith 167; Margaret „ • . nun- c- Btillork 160-159; Merhne Hu^-' i;'' a " e 'C™ „ •, n o"'l s ^ Ids. who has two games to go. ton 157-152: Tcenie Douglas JJunbar Hyde Park hy 17 yards. It would seem un- 154; Peg Dawson 151. : Parker rt, Lnglewood 39 ljkc | V no cajl overtake and hold HIGH SERIES i Morgan Park 60, Gage Park, of( Daniels. Margaret Bullock 449; Mer- h> 1 ,, ,„ _ , lene Huston 432; Mildred Die/. ja'-per J>9 Tuley M ! Kelvyn Park 73, WalUior -IS 397; Anita Huston 397; Teeiue I Douglas ;;91; Wilmu Smith 385. Orlando Pilot STANDINGS Fulford Const. Peg's Beauty Shop Hawkins Pastry Maid-Rite Misfits J. H. Lewis Roaring 20's Bean Fire App! W I, 29'-i 15' s ! 29 16 I 25 20 23 22 21'j 23's IS 27 17 28 17 28 Fight Results Bv THE ASSOCIATE!) PRESS MIAMI, Fla. — Eddie Agin, 168, Key West, Fla., outpointed Scatterhawk Dixon, 163, Miami, Sullivan 69, Prosser 59 Von Steuben 7S. Schur/. 70 ! MINNEAPOLIS - ST. PAUI, Vocational 90. St. Francis 55 (API —The Minnesota Twins I* South Shore 68, Calumet 53 ; named Bob Willis, 3S, manager LOS ANGELES—Raul Rojas, Cahokia 6S, Lebanon 52 ;of their Orlando farm club in 13l l s, San Pedro, Calil., Madison 61, Columbia 46 j the Florida State League Thurs-1 knocked out Julio Zuniga, 1341-i, Venice 61, Worden 49 day night. 'Mexico, 5 Bunker Hill 57, Livingston 45 • — Mater Dei of Breese 62, Belle ville Cathedral 46 • • • • ATTENTIONS , . Members of Mt. Vernon Lodge No. 755 ^ Loyal Order of Moose ^ DANCE TO THE MUSIC OF AL ROSS • Saturday, Dec. 14 Admission: Your Paid Up Green Moose Card i i 4 Your Car 's Performante Chasgt* with the Season ... so brinp voor t»r wher« the experts «*, for GUARANTEED Winter Tune-Up s g66 1 for six or eiffbt cylinder ears. Parts extra- Ll Here's Oar Guarantee To Y*«? If vour or fafla to perform satisfactorily due to iimitkm or fuel system failure, our motor tune-np service will be re-rendered free upon request of the customer at time of recheck at the store. Guarantee good until March 20, 1964. GOODYEAR SERVICE STORE 1212 Broadway Dial 242-110. CHRISTMAS GRAND OPENING Of The Beautiful New INDIAN HILLS GOLF COURSE PRO SHOP Saturday and Sunday, December 14 and 15 REFRESHMENTS WILL BE SERVED PRIZES TO BE AWARDED SPECIAL PRICES TO BE OFFERED ON ALL GOLF EQUIPMENT THE IDEAL CHRISTMAS GIFT THE ENTIRE FAMILY WILL ENJOY GIVE A FAMILY GOLF MEMBERSHIP AT THE INDIAN HILLS GOLF COURSE. j{ See Our Beautiful and Spacious New 18 Hole Golf Course. -fa Driving Range For Men, Women and Children. FREE GOLF EXHIBITION SATURDAY AND SUNDAY - WEATHER PERMITTING By BOBBY PAYNE, 1961 S. I. G. A. WINNER Located On The Richview Road Phone 244-1212 STAN the TIRE MAN OFFERS YOU THIS SNOW SPECIAL . . . RENT-APAIR OF MUD SNOW TREADS Thais r U lit, for $5.0(1 R month rent a pair of inmr tires! Lcl «s nut them on now before the hi(j snows come . . . Alter the tmovt season, drive tn mid we.'H take (hein haelt at no extra chiii'Ke to ynii. No fuss, no muss. 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