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THE DAILY NEWS, PEEDERICK, MD., WEDNESDAY, MAY 18, 1533 TO FOR !Y OUTFIT WINS THIRD; j SPLINTERS TAKE SECOND IGood Games Feature City · Speedball League. BRUSHING UP SPORTS By Laufer ! i I A b-Tot and t»- h:ta -n the s^cth iE M - ic 'or t*"«* r^iU sale the Fred St Louis Browns Conquer ;;-* v M c A i? »«ibsu tea.-* »; ·close 5-4 VJCUJTV over lie DeMoU". ! Washington Third Time. ~ ·» Fratemai Dt-.-ti.sn g*=--- played t*- for* a fair crowd Jn Bs.Jc.fr Park Tues- BEDS DEFEAT -- a t^o ran lead in the firs', inning, and Bt. Ixaifc, M*y It.--The St LCIM b*:i :: --.-.til the eventful K.XM N-JSZ C-d^ knocked out « do*. »* | ^T^ ^ ^ ; *^ » atatfe in the tain! inning today -o ^^ o , a ^.^ ^^ by ^^ fof ^ score *H of ti» runs which gave thezr. j^^g K «- * 4-S win over Bosion In ti* second i The Une-jpi. girir of the series. Today'* victory '· jM lay--Naiz, pitcher. Boyer. short gave the Cartiinals «zv even 500 per- sV) p cr*ger second b«uw. Mou. 'hird with 15 garnet ai each of the j bas* Hamr.Ktor.. Jeftflelct. O'lUra. McLaren, catcher. Poland. Bviaaard o-r.Urf 1»M. Kline. ad kwt columns. The score: Beeton -- - -St. UKES Baswries: Brandt and Sponrer. h*-- ft«n aad Mancuso. r-shtfirid R. K E 'f.-^ bas, 3 9 0 rTehtri^.d Y M C A -- AUwugh. left- · 4 " * ; f A-'.d F*n;u«n. rirj,: base, Baer short- jjt'-^j. Abrecht. third base and secord (base Ja.-n«. pitcher: McK"-nz:e. r'.ght- i field. GasUey. catcher. Smmert. s«c- Ctacirmau. May 17 --Bill Walker's j rnc j base. Fisher, third b*»e throw 'VJi twc. out in trie tenth j Splinters Bemt Stedmen. 5-4. j»ve ClECtEBati a run and a 2-1 vie; -r-^ e Industrial Division of trie City twy over the New York Giaatt to^X i Sp*---cbal: League wa* treated to Its George Grantham *t«rted th* ni'-y t b^- game of the season Tuesday even- with his fourth hit of th* fame. j Rg »hen the Hemtock Splinters nosed The score: R - H E - ! out the Frederick Iron and Steel. 5-4 New York *· 9 * I in Baker Parlc The Sieelroen threw CineSnnatt 2 10 ° t a dec:dvc scare into the Splinters and Batteries: Waiker and Hog*n, Kolp.; :o rced tbe winners to come from be- Frey and AsbjonaaHi. Manlon ! hind in the sixth LnrUng after they -- i had twice tied the score. Alton Twen- Fitteburgh. May 17.--Bill Hants held I :v s . artec i O ff the viinnir.g Inning with Brooklyn to six hits today and the PS- i a jmgle to ft and ad-.-a.nced so sec- rates defeated the Dodgers In a light j ,,*.*. Fritz Bowers hit between third ., 3-:. Lloyd Vaner's homer :n the | j^ sn ort and Handiey whipped a per' was the wtan'as blow. ! j e ct peg to the plate to catch Twenty, score: R. H. E.! ^ Mas k applied the ball to Twenty, he Brooklyn 1 6 ° I ^ost :t. which allowed the runner to Pittsburgh 3 7 3 | score the tying run. Bowers taking third Batteries: Phelps. Keanach and I on the play. Dans popped to the Ijopez: Harris and Grace. jshoriswp. but Bowers crossed the plate i with th«* winning run as Houck and Chicago, May 17.--The Chicago Cubs J McCain were disposing of Robert smashed into the Phillies 1 pitchers to- i Bruchey. The contest was played in limy for eight runs In the seventh in- ihe record breakine time of 40 mSn- ning to rrim the Quakers. 9-4. the record breaking time of 40 mta utea. The lineups: Frederick Iron and Steel--D. Gear- 0 ; inger. shortstop. Handiey. Icftfield; j 11 ! f!»clr r-«r/*if»r \fn-»l»»v rv.rrH^r* P* The score: R - H - E Philadelphia - ·* 10 'Chicago - - ~ 9 14 Batteries'. Holley, Nichols. Hansea {Mask, catcher. Moxlcy, pitcher: P. and V. Davis; Boot, Tinning, an*)Houck, third base: Twentey. oenter- Hemslev, Hartnett. i field: Grove, second base: Redmond. [ rtsrhtfJcld; McCain, firs-, base Hem- Philade5phia. May 17.--George Earn- ; lock Splinters--Landis, second base: saa-s's four-hit shutout gaw the Ata-jsialey. r^htfield. S. Rhodenck. third Ucs sheir first victory of the season base: Twenty. Icfttle'.d: Bowers. shorV over Ute Detroit Tzgens today, 2-0 The US IEFT SiOe To B P5JppF STAR sfKTe os THE ovofio vn«re Sox CLUB BY HARMONY NINE LOSER , Drops OoaMe Keader Hen T« Teminal Outto- ; The Tennu-.al Niae iasebai! team de- · t the Harm-my A. C. !B both of a dousJe-beader Sunday afx- | emoon on '.be Potosnac Mteon eii»- ' ni-oni. 5-3 and 3-0 The Oilmen \ clir.r.'ied tie ^-.ausural a tie first la- nag wi-Ji a fo^-run splurge. CUric, i .'isv Tersisa! ihrrd sacker. Je4 the ' t«ani with tiie ash Ja the vm «a- I counters with four hits m five tuts I Bopst »as a fine forni in th* nightcap. jaettir.s clown his opponents with three scatrr«d h:t«. Strasberser aue fog'* '.umed in the classics*. JVelcmK. : The scows: ' Harmonv AB. R. H. O. A E A. Cll=*. cf ............... 4 . Surarnere, 3b. . _ .... 4 ' Leo Brandenburg. lb. 3 Les. Brandenburg, p. 3 C. Branienburr, sa. 4 H. Baker. 3b. ---------- 4 0 2 3 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ! 1 jRoutzahr.. rf. R. Baker, c. i M. Cl:ne. If. 4 4 2 7 0 0 0 3 0 1 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 11 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 ; 1 0 0 1' i Totals . 32 3 8 24 S 1 i Terminal Vine AB R. H. O- A. E Bradley. If 3 1 0 1 1 2 j ' Fry. c f 4 1 1 0 0 0 A. Cannon, lb. ! T. Cannon, c. | Thomas, p ; Knipple. p ...... i Strasberger. 2b. i Fteneyfrock. rf. .... 4 1 1 13 0 1 3 1 3 3 3 · Fogle. ss 3 : Clark, 3b. 3 9 0 0 ; O i l 0 0 0 7 0| 0 0 2 S O ! 0 0 1 1 0| 1 0 0 3 O j 0 2 9 0 0 ! Totals 30 5 6 27 18 4 j j Score by Innings. j | Hannony 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0--3 i · Terminal 4 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 x--5 j · Summary: Two base hits--Clark. [ Stolen bases--Bradley. T. Cannon. 4t 1C. Brandenburg. Double plays--Knlp- pie to Strasberger to C. Cannon: Fogle to Sirasbcrger to A. Cannon: Strasberger to Fogte to A. Cannon. Base on balls--Off Thomas. 1: off Knipple. '3: off Brandenburg. 2. Struck out-By Thomas. 1: by Knipple. 5: by ! Brandenburg, 12. Passed balls--Baker 3. Hit by pitcher--By Thomas (A. Cline, Les. Brandenburg): by Knipple "'Summers). Wild pitches--Summers, 2. Kirs--Off Thomas, 0 in 1 inning: off Knipple. 8 in S innings. Winning pitcher--Thomas. U m p 1 r e--Kreh. Ti3ie--2:00. Scorer--Walters. game went fore tbe The score: Detroit Philadelphia the seventh inning be- runs were tallied.. .B~ K - E 0 4 3 ..._ . . . . . . . . - . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 7 1 Batteries. Wyatt ana Rue!: Earnshaw and Cochrane stop. Dav.3. catcher: Padersky. Ctrs; base: Grambmc. pitcher Do You Remember i Terminal Xine AB. Sport Tips One Te*r Afo Today--George Voist. outstanding American threat |, Eastern Leasues. his thrown away lus j Bradley. If --. 2 | j razor, -'imec" up v.lth the House ofjprv, cf _ 3 ·'David crea. Yorcy s.gned a contract j jj_ cannon. I'o. 3 the be^hiskered t^ani List wek , *j\ Canncn, c 2 Lsjicsscer, Pa., j Boost, D "2 |; has made room for another former Blue ; i t inll be recalled uiat aaother form- \ Strasberger. 2b 2 Ridge p.icher. He ^ Fred Elroct. lorm- ! er Blue Ridge player, pitcher Malas. I Thomas, rf ,, 2 H. O. A. E. I ' v.'i:h the 1 i ' Clarksburg in the Middle Allar.tic, ! a '_*^ -oiij"ti |! has made room for another former Blue J jr. ^.-£1 be 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 1 1 CITY SPEEDBAU. Bntlsh Amateur coif champ: Westward Ho. advanced to New York. May 17.-- The Yankees ·son their eighth straight game today. turning back the Cleveland Indians. 3-2. on four hits off Harder. Ben Chapman's homer provided the winning runs after Earl Averir.'s four bag C er in the first had deprived New York of » new shutout record. Joe Vosniik continued his hittag. gettinc two more singles ^i four times at ba:. The score: R- H E Cleveland ...... -- ........ - " ° Yesterday's Results. Y. M. C. A , 5. DeMolay, 4. Game Today. round with a pair of flrst-day victories over T. H. Bo - .vmaa, 4 and 3. and F. Francis. 5 and 3. Eagles vs. Demo!ay Al. iBrooks. upper) J jof Dav.a team Ho was no more an Totals I actual member of the cult than you Harmony · Boar April, the young Hehre v ' o r . X - The only qaalificat ion .vas the j A . Cl_-:e". cf 3 ! catcher: nho ««e from the camp-a of , " b ^ : v . to ^ a S 00 * cr °P o: wna « r5 Summers. 3b _ 3 Five Years Ago Todav-Lo^-hltting \ ** V***** of V^lma to the Fred- «« ^ ^ _ \ ^ £TM*3%£' £ $ ° 0 " Phillips Fmlay. Exeter School star.', ecu* Warriors in 19=9^^ now uear.ng · ^.. | ^-^S^' ^ ^ ° ° 20 3 4 15 7 1 AB. R. H. O. A. E. 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 Oj 7 0 0 ; 4 0 I! Game Friday. J.- O. U. A M vs. DeMolay. (Haines. lower). Standing Of Tbe Clubs. W. L. Y. M. C. A 3 0 Pet. 1.000 in the 18-hoJe final BUI Ten Years \ f o Totoy-^Take Schaefer ' Wamcsboro. *ho burned up the '.ea^ the Lite shortstop for ed tne_ peak o: his pcric-rmince one d 2 ; ·A hen ne setup .42 ;acr.es. Totals 19 0 3 15 Score by Innings. Kew York 3 4 2 , DeMotay Alumni ............ 1 Eagles ..... _ .. 2 1 0 1 0 1--3 0 0 0 0 0--0 aits--Bafcer. i DeMolay Bacceries: Harder and Sewell: Allen j Jr o v A and Dickey. ' -Boston. May 17.--Milton Gastor. made his ftrst successful start of tiie season today to give the Chicago White Sox their third stralch: victory 01 er the BosU»i Red Soi. 7-3. The -^oret R. H. E Chicago -- - 7 7 2 Boston - 3 10 2 ( Batteries: Gaston and Berry: Mac- j Fayden Michaels and Ta:e ; Washmston. May 17 --The St Loii-i | Browns continued 1.0 jinx the Wash- | ingtoa Senators today -.afcnc the' third stra^ht gam* frsm the '. Drmer ! league-lesciers. 11-2. _ ! The score: R- K. c. St. Lous 11 1* 0 i Washingron Batterifs: Blaeholder te. Ragland. Preder.rh ar.ci B*?rg INOrSTRIAL Dn'ISION Yesterday's Results. Hemleck Splinters, o. F. L S., 4. rears aco and who v.as s;;bsc- : - Game Today. Ox: Fibre vs. Muse Tailoring Co. i'Loix-er. Hair.cs- Game Thursday Kemlscfc Splir.ters vs Ox Fibre Game Friday F. I. S i Upper. Krehi For Outdoor Basketball League For City. Rasters arsd . ir.g to run across :lieir names al«r · er --Wallers. ! al! this tm-.e but the possibilities of do- j . Wee %vaiie Shercel. r^:ive of Me- , ! ° s so are beco l?f= "' cre r « m « as ! __,.,,-...,-.._.__,,_,,,.,,,, . Sherr^town. PH. ar.d or.e of the J.W. the ^^ ""* Ofttar.es many fans' B R U N S W I C K FIREMEN WIN P-JS^C T ,,,,^ » A n ,.^ o,,.:,.,.^ ,^,^ .^ .^,,. A-y in personal tcuch *-th aome one' SUndinp Of The Clubs. W " a:;prir.? C o 2 0 players to ever graomto from the His best season was 1928 when r.e won ; Y. M C A i;- . , ·'.-.'··- o--.v..^.. . I un.ty to ac-r.cc wr.etr.cr or ao: ta*y ! *. v*-, i ''-·ry* T i^ *»"\ *^*^r~ *-^rf rfva^-'-rf* 1 000 ^" -errei:: ' ? F "? rC Br ^ h °° 1 : ooo .-, ! intend to enter th* loac-c. President C. Cyril K«-m announced ' "; has oaiy er.cis one of :he b?st vears .: his e^er, ,..-. - ,, , - · · ,,.,...., ^ ,*i,-^.-^ "T-T. rv-i T D - s ' ra - :ed - Lef^ Gaitner. vsrno relierec f....vje^. in a,.i.c..cs ino u.a i_une.s . _, .__. .. _ ,_ Va. Ayres s:aned for Brunsslcfe, but was yanked in the fifth when the Xions ', :he season and aTpT!c3t.on.= f-ir tr.e ?o- S 0 .333 ( ^;--on w'* oco i YOUNGSTERS PLAY WatkersviUe Independents Defeat Water Street Juniors. The WalicrsvCle Iridepcr.der.ts ~cr. tteir secor.d s'art. o.' ;:ve jeason Menday afternoor.. a*f«a;;r.c tho Water Street Juniors of this city at WaJ:crs- ville, 3-2 The Glace Val'.ey.tes sot one run -n the second and ired th" gams in tho seventh v :th two nu fcc a pair cf "-ins, but coulcn t t.e th^ socrs. WaOkersTiUe Cles. c. NATIONAL LEAGUE Yesterday's Rcsalts. S' I,-o_'_;. -. BCitor. 3 P.ttsbursh. 3 BrD't:vr; ! C:r.--:nnat.. :. Xpw'York. 1. Cn.csK-. ?. ?h.:.vi»'4hj 4 be roc-.ved by A'.-.'.r. G Q-iinn at 'he Y M C A Trio outaoor basketiwll .easuc is a separate Cc«acr.cf Charlie Remsber; and Alclr:dw have a budcmc 5hct-p.it in Bob Warner, the be5T»." tt-_U rr.eet Johns Hcpkjns ~.r. the BaX- , br.'tlcs v::r. Games Today. lsde:ph.a a: C.-:-acr r^oi.yn at P.ttssur;- N^w York at C-r.C-r.rv.. 3-»tor. at St lo-^ n^e* he'.d at Ciie: Fi;c Tuesday ",, more Stadium Ss-ur.lay ". 3 o clock in ! him. checked the West Virgiiisaiis coniplettly Lefty Bracaey -was touch- a lacras.; earne tha: r-:ll dec.de th ed for r.ir.e hits, which with e'ght na'.onal ch'3 i p.cnshir Af'^r t-iat t-Ao I,"'"" errc-rs lept him in coritin-vial hot waier. Brunswick McGaha. 2b. ; Ecld^.5. 2b . ! B;:rch, c .._ :ST.:tn. cf .. walk«r. s^ - A3. R. H. O. A. E. 2 1 1 3 1 C 3 4 1 0 0 1 I 0 0 1 4 0 7 1 0 0 INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Maryland when he sr?- Fr'd»r:cv oo.in- i tys c--.ly p-ir.t by ar.i^h^-; ;h.rd .r. the bo-n PU-- of -h- 5 " rch sei the ^ fe ^ :th ^ e vr - ow ' ur.c »cek rr^am'a: A^napoU a ~ ae scare: i.'.t and a b?." came. w-JI corr.- Maryland'5 ,spor:.s 3'"ivit:es The :-.jie? -.ill clash a; 2-15 and the ".a- crossc ;sme v.i.l r- cr. a: 3 o'clocS ' :r:5.- cs^:' this yea- -nil oe ir. Th--rrr«. .r. F.-- -. ·:-.» Navy 'cxitoa'.. plaT "hat r,;-. 'r?.' ;T'"0 per- In the pa-^t :r li?s b-^erj a pr n b- :?m %· hanile the rrovci o-,.t -h_- step r-Jl make it, easy th.« jear. 4 5 4 --, 5 ... 5 5 Gaiiher?. rf-p. 4 '" Avers, p-rf . 4 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 A3 4 . 4 Hahn, :b. ib H. O A S 1 l-l C C n r 0 3 : s o * Standing Of The Clolw. W L. ? 2-: a . 16 ' Yesterday's Result*. 1 Balt-mcre. T. Tor-r.to. : '. .'rrs»y City. ? Buffslc. 4 ; So-hestAr. :C«-6: Readirjr. t-3 XC-CST-C. 5. Mc-treal. 4 lar.d c:-/ed Mor.da- -rh..-.- netted SS-r.'Vk r-.-'r. a chant; cay. "a-:/* for th? WIN PRACTICE GAMES tions S-crber. 3b 5 F. Bricle-r. cf. 4 me?t^-.» was S? 14S 555 -vhlch is e^sct- Frederick Hish Schoo! Voilry Ball Team g^ cr i- e v Co 4 less thar. d^ir.r-.-:cs~r.-c. Virtortons. '- Srad:?y. c r. S.'.S3^2 T^S r-i J-^ C'l'^ ^s 40 9 9 27 15 4 j AB. H. H. O. A, E. i 1 1 0 1 G. TrcTM. p Ke^y. 3b . Harr.s. of. Water Sweet G Ram'D'i" A Cr^n. to TT Cri.-n cf 3 Rar^^rc. Sccr: r.o o : Cm-ir_-v.: 1 Brx-klyr: Ne-s Ycrs Today. ad^.g at Kcr.es'er H _______ 4 ______ 4 4 rf 3 0 0 0 2 0 P 1 0 0 C AMERICAN LEAGUE Standing Of The --.-r. --. V.IT ;- C.1 i t i - C "C-.- = -·_··· --.5-r i-'a~-1 -"o I. Sc-.a-cs. lb. ___ 2 - Brad".*-, p _______ 3 0! 3' 1 n o o o o. 0 0 0 0 0 ' 0 0 0 0 3 4 1 AB 4 4. 2 4 4 H O A 0 3 2 Yesterday's Results, ad*.pit:*. : !·-· · ' -- Y^r ? c.f- * -.-: r i Montreal , . T cr??y City 0 ·" 0 I o : Games Tofiiy. ! 0 I C'-^f.arfi a- Xe-r Y-rx 4 0 G 0 i C Cr.;r?ce at Boston Detrc.: at Pr--accl-hii, 34 2 7 27 6 2 by Inrungv o : o o c o ; o c--3 O t O 0 0 0 0 0 2--2 Vei- Yor'z £t^:cv ;j Clem :o Cr^ir. ' Wei; Pa* So rasy: how d yc - : "Sure, Mike, the fcctasi Uo o^e n'ts -- £*^i"c' ^ -*,,- -^=^ 7 Cl'" T - n * G 7ii:s -2 U G. w;-rer--Se.oie, f C.5-.e:ani ' 'Begorrsh. r.d t=ha*. c you Pel., to do"" '.'.' i"?s" r.10- · Ke'.^ rr.y .rl-v. -' a .t nsnacor ar.d v-r.y chculor. t 1 1 v.- T-vchNi ;."e ^-y "^ hare e* i..o ar.ci :h.»f. 73C T04 "IVe scthin? to do at all. I ..1st Rosei P.x i.npaus'.j knoT« ":.oi to carries a load of br.cks up the ladder :h« to br.cktaver ar.d he work " -- Answers ·- :; of :.--. toan^ b ;t all th» -h nk McCirt.iy :.. tt-.« b-i b'ir.oh ' F^rr^tt su.cl 1 st. To. als 36 5 6 27 S 3' '3r.-:ed f-- R Wrus'^-.srton in 9th. i Score by Inninfs- 1 3r _---.-- 2 0 3 2~0 2 0 0 0--9 J __ L.r-Ti? J 0 3 I 0 0 1 0 0--5 i "-'" "^ r.-"^^-T. ~ ^ S ITT-.TT.": rtamcd nir*s--Brunswick, i - Pi " '-% ·"-^a^:^-^ f t-iv-r-f. 3 Two base hits--3-jrch. i - ·-.- ,-.--.5 ^ - » 5---.^=-- st-r. base--McGaha. 2: EC! ·w«- ;:_- .--.·» s- r - r j; ,T Br?iy IX-b play?--Walker 1 - v H;r.r.--vrei -.-, =:£-.-,,=. -.- C-vir.sr Struck out--By: G%i"hc". ?- by J Bradley. 9. First.; -:-r.-s 1.7.- 73-.-.- r3JO c - ba.ls--Of Ayers. 1. off J. j Br^c'.ey. i Left, en tas«s--Brunswick. 5 L.^rs?. 4. Kit bv p tcher--J Brad- 3ur-h H.ts-^off Ayers, 4 in 5 o*f Ga'.thers. 2 -^i 4 innings i W.r.r_r!C pitcher--Aycrs empires-- ! 3l5f ar.ci Car.er. Time--2 10. Scor-! .-·i ;.--7c Tr-- ti- c"v.r.; t-^.ec. MI- r.^. : Tl-.crr.^ E,- -,-r. Or ^.r-_irr. ? . -ar Ir.r.e Ha--_« ^tar:.· -., v Y.r.s^r S-.olyr. K---.V C". ve Krartz. -"-"--....- O H.ir-. O--i^_re c t- ^ 1 1 462 .452 It is saifl tna: Napc'.ecr. r.?i a cla.lv H,-.-- ~ Y » r \ 333 , -.ath .r «h,ch cologne was rruted *«..-- H s»-- :·?; .: «.; .154 the water. , ~? irouiid tne .10 1-.35 beer. ^ -r.i- * Ycus-Peus. sau ( the America" :V.e ,»re t v S S Pr?s«- cent Ci"t:d?c -l.r S S Prr.-:.icn: K^ \- i. ,- ·. «· S P .\\;:-*j- T.ie fr=* t^ - AT? "c3 ."i£-: I.r.s. s-a ha^e a ^P?f All c-f ihe mn-.-r.ar.t.' or cud-chewing | i"..rr.' a ..^ 5uc.i a5 *r.^ co^ ^lie^p ante- j - i · c.--er ?nd came, .nvanabiy ' , je; up ·n:Ui ihe^ rimn legs. ._ . i THE FREDERICKTOWN SAVINGS INSTITUTION I L ORGANIZED IN 1828 Commercial and Savings Departments 3*/2% Interest Allowed on Savings Accounts its I P E A R R E ' S Modern Pharmacy DRUG * PRESCRIPTION SERVICE TELEPHONE 208 We carry only standard coals. Their quality cannot be surpassed. Geo. S. Rodock Son Fifth St. at Pa. R. B. Phone 90S. Mama wants the can with that man's picture on it ITS are remembered bv the results they give. That's why million* trill have none bat BCDWEISER. Made by and for experts, its quality reflects the 75 years of cxperie^ice behind it. Akcaysdepend- able--al«avs uniform ---always pure. Have your dealer deliver BUDWEISER--and «-*tch BCDWEISCR deliver die good*. Budwei 3 Ibs. in the Big Red Can LIGHT OR DARK MALT BM-21 A N H F U S E R - B U S C H S T . L O U I S .ii

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