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SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 15, 1924 THE HUTCHINSON NEWS PAGE THREE. SPORJT NEWS iVIEW PURTELL AGAIN . BEST SHORT STOP Hutchinson Skipper Ranks at Top; Dempsey and Lemen Alto Show Up Well. Skipper Mark ^Purtell ot the Hutchinson Wheat Shockers once more showed the youngsters how to perform at hla position during the 1924 season leading'everyone who essayed that role except Jim Foster, Shocker third baseman who subbed nt short whenever the boss wns oft duty. Official fielding averages released today by President J. W. Senbongh show Afuskogeo to have been the best fielding club In the Westorn Association. Okmulgee ranked second. The Shockers werol vou'son. Hart. Korns, Top 181 -SIS S» Clmppcllc. , Sp'g. . 83 11 n Griffin, Unit 322 4.10 41. Bennett, Manic. ... 02 1M " Meek, Ft. Smith . 201 25. 29 rinooh. Hp'B 34 1 » 24 C. Young, Ard. .. 138 Hi" ^ Third. Basemen. PO A K Ctoorli, spring, ••• 61 6S 4 WolIK, Top 1.1 4 Itlrger, Hurt 48 (llrind. Spring. ... 6" Si McOeorge, Spring. MlllT, Ft. S McLaughlin, JItis. Cliappellt!, Sp'g. 51 2S 411 60 , 24 IBS no nr. 162 i 4!1 1IM , 172. 127 N . 1!( 143 43 30 Zlnlter, Aril Hrlscoe, Ard. .. Cleveland, Top. Watson, Hart. Cornnn, Okm. , Punlels, Ft. H. Fostur, Hutch. . WiKClna, Hatch. .lohnBou, Spring. Short Stops. v PO A Foster. Hutch. .. .12 Pnrtell. Hutch. .. 35S Hrowne. Top 24'J Smith, Ard. ...... 2!iu Worlcy. Okm. ... 27.1 McQenrse, Spring.. 2S Haley. Top. .. Flowers, Ft. R, Dittmar, Musk. Mec, Ft. S. 210 2011 41 2111 60 I3K 213 260 24 down in fifth place and the lowly . Midgets laet. Davit Best First Baseman. Among the first base tenders Wilbur Davis of Okmulgee was the *' > highest ranking regular with Leo Dempsey a close second. Brauchla of Ardmore was the best second baseman and has the best average. Lou Jones of Muskogee was second and Sam Lemen Of tie Shockers third. Purtell led the shortstopplng regulars with Browne of Topeka and Smith of Ardmore following. Purtell led the short stops of the Southwestern league In 11)22 and 19:3 when Hutchinson was In that loop. Oooch of Springfield, who shifted about considerably, was the leading third baseman, though Runt Mnrr had the best mark of those playing that position all season, Stellbauer's Average Best. Big Bill Stellbauer, clumsy ns he was, led the outfield regulars with Max West of Muskogee second. Carl Shoots, Shocker cantor gardener ranks well up among the „ fielders and accepted tar more chances than any others. Shoots • handled 432 chances whereas Stoll, bauflr In the same number of games handled 249. Larry Erwln of Bartlesville was the only outfielder to , approach Shoots In number of . chances, lining 40C. Parker ot Muskogee and Man. sger Troy Agnow of Okmulgeo nro shown to havo been the best receivers, in the official averages. Mnny mora players wore UBed at • the various positions than are listed In the tables below but in most Instances they participated in fewer than 20 games. The official teams fielding averages, and individual marks far the season are at follows: CLUB FIELDING ' PO A E MlukoCM .....4215 ..4130 ..4075 ..4030 ..41S1 ..4270 ..4U09 ..4001 03 20!) 370 , 04 S3 »0 78 177 2SS 932 620 41 111 207 113 OkmuKet . Ardmort .. Topeka .... . Hutchinson Fort Smith BartlesvllU • Springfield 1753 200!) 1S3S ISO",2014 1813 ISlt 1S38 IS 23S l'ct. ,tl6l .1.63 .DSS 323 353 INDIVIDUAL FIELDING First Basemen PO A 15 Pet- Mek. Hatch. .. ...129 14 1 .•.in;'. Fisher, Ard. .. .. 530 29 5 .991 Flower*,, Ft. 8. Davis, Okm .. 181 12 2 .930 Flower*,, Ft. 8. Davis, Okm ..1732 67 23 .9S7 Dempsey, Hutch, .1301 n 21 .'.0>6 'Williams, Bart. . Adams, Spring. ., DBS 41 )!, .9.-.S 'Williams, Bart. . Adams, Spring. ., 637 51 12 .'..S3 Claybrook, Top. ,.1352 79 31 .3MI Young, Ard. ... Sturdy, Muak ... ,. 452 3S 11 .978 Young, Ard. ... Sturdy, Muak ... .,1209 C2 34 .970 Ellis, Ft S Wagner, Spring. Magnets, BarL Hudgtns, Ft. 8. .. (07 31 19 .'.HIS Ellis, Ft S Wagner, Spring. Magnets, BarL Hudgtns, Ft. 8. • . 505 «. 220 11 -14 8 17 .975 • 913 Ellis, Ft S Wagner, Spring. Magnets, BarL Hudgtns, Ft. 8. .. 226 14 1 .972 Second Basemen. ro A E .Her. Snuicbls, Ard. . .. 313 3S7 27 .903 L. Joaae, Mask, Letnen, Hutch, Ssvans. Okm, „ 423 133 10 MS L. Joaae, Mask, Letnen, Hutch, Ssvans. Okm, „ 41 349 505 34 .903 L. Joaae, Mask, Letnen, Hutch, Ssvans. Okm, „ 328 538 39 .957 V. 119 SS 233 87 19 9 .957 .951 Lm\ Hart. Thompson, Bart... 82' .Oooch, Spring. .. 34.. Cheery, Spring. .. 20 Molls, Spring. ... Outfielders l'O Stellbauer, Okm. Went. Musk. ... Jenkins. Aril. Scott. Top Branch, Bart. . lj, Erwln, linrt. C. Davis, Okm. Bratcher, Okm. Nuplcr, Top. •• Bhoots. Hutch. . Weticil. Top. . Olnsbronner, Sp'g.-380 J. Moore, Ard, ... 205 G. Miss. Ft. S-... 331 Wycallls, Okm. .. 42 Hofman. Bart. ... 317 Wolls, Top 114 McNomara. Ft. S. 229 Collins, Musk. .. Wlllson, Hutch. . J. Jones, Musk. . B. Krwin, Hutch. Hlodor, Spring. -. Clahaugh, Ard. . King. Ft. S Thrush, Spring. . 232 233 289 341 6S SOS 370 211 ICS 379 272 220 217 220 244 S4 IBS 44 .940 .944 .942 .942 .910 .933 .924 ,1'Ct. .970 .902 .900 .957 .040 .945 .94.1 .927 .933 .924 . .921 .919 .908 .902 .S9i> .835 .Pot. .!!»>!» .951 .900 .940 .934 .920 .920 .9.15 .9011 •9U1 .901 .892 .874 .Slit .840 .802 8 10 13 14 S 7 18 12 17 12 15 10 i; 12 14 12 13 14 111 II 13 4 OKMULGEE HAD BEST HURLER'S Four of Five Leader* with Champs, Officials Averages Show. Catchers. 1>0 A W. Moore, Top. .. «1 14 Parker, Musk. ... 607 07 Agnew, Okm 310 68 Knv, Okmulgee . 77 13 (Irn'ham. Top. ... 102 ZS liurch, Bart 378 00 Nichols. Top 495 88 Bool, Ft .K 224 2.', Street. Musk, .... 105 28 Long. Ft. S 017 105 Forrest, Ard. ..... 445 80 Miner. Okm 164 18 Fltzpalrick, Ard... Ill 13 Tj. Moore, Spring. 205 45 V, Brown, Musk... 293 61 Branch, Bart 294 2S Htemers .Hutch .. 511 80 Ohorvlnko. Sp'g. . 250 42 Hutchinson, Sp'g. 127 34 Schmidt. Sp'g. ... 115 37 Howe, Bi-nu* 84 14 Lamb. Ard 100 19 Kaufman, Ard. ,, 201 34 Wlggen, Hutch. ,. 183 37 Tolnnd, Bart ,151 21 Pickering. Sp'g. .. 102 23 .Pet. .980 .VIII .974 .972 .972 • 90S .905 .90a .903 ,'JOO .900 .960 .969 .968 .»63 .950 .955 .954 .953 .062 .948 .'.148 .942 .940 .928 ,92b .PCL 1.000 .985 ,980 .978 .978 .97 I .9/0 .970 .973 .97.2 .970 .970 .97U .989 .Vtia .964 .961 .tf6t .OSS .968 .965 .962 .952 .944 .910 .919 Okmtllgeo's victory in tho Into Westorn Association pcuiiant race was a great deal duo" to the heavy stick work ot tho club hut the Drillers- probably boasted tho hest- all-around pitching staff in addition to having the best binglei 'H. Official nvorages just released Show four of the five leading pitchers wore Driller uniforms, Jimmy Walkup who was eold to 'Ft. Worth, hcudlng tho procession. Okmulgee's pitchers wouldn't have made as good records wiUr an ordinary club back of thorn but there'! no stealing all their glory. They hart stuff. Henry Bett Shocker Heaver. HI Henry led tho Hutchinson fllngers and Peterson, sold to Kansas C/ity, was Second among the regulars. Henry allowed more lilts thun any other flingcr In the league, 300 being registered In 301 Innings pitched. Adcock of Muskogee, southpaw, was tho champion wild man, yielding 138 liases on bnlls and Henry was second with 132. Cnonell of Springfield wounded tho most batsmen, sending 21 down to first base In that /manner. DeHpite his slow delivery, Rapp of Hutchinson was second %ltk 18 wounds inflicted. Rhera v Ft. Smith, Bogart, Muskogee and Connell of Springfield each uncorked a dozen wild pitches*] and are tied for honors. Day Hardest Worked Hurler. Day ot Muskogee, sold" to St. Louis Cardinals, led In Innings pitched with 377 to his credit. He also topped the heap for shutouts, registering seven. Cy Williams of Topeka was second with four white wash victories. Next to Day, Poo- law ot Bartlesville was the hard est,worker, pitching In 307 Innings, Pitching records, Including Inn lngs pitched, games won and lost and per cent follow: IP w Walkup, Okm. 242 Bailor, Ft. S ,. 91 Canlrell, Okm 124 't'misclier, Oku 124 Moore, Okm 212 Barley, Ft. S 100 Mocks, Ard 227 Griffith, Ft. S 26 C. Williams, Top ...187 Jelsma, Okm 36 It. Boyd, Ft. S. • 300 Lylo, Okm 299 Henry. Hutch 301 Jayhawker Hosts to Oklahoma Today Lawreuce, Kan., Nov. 1.—The Oklahoma Soonora Invaded the neBt of the Kansas Jayhawk hero today for the annual gridiron clash between tho two elevens. As the result ot its impressive showing last week in holding Drake, the Missouri Volley Conference len'-rs to a tie, tho Kansas team was regarded the* favorite before game time. Harold Zubor, husky Jayhawk backfleld star, who suffered In, Juries earlier in tho week In practice was expected to be In shape to enter the lineup. The Oklahoma sloven was pronounced to be in the hest condl tion of the season. Because both teams are In second division, the outcome of the contest will havo little hearing on the Missouri Valley conference, champion drive. NUT CRACKER BY JOE VI HUH 9 THE BALL PLAYERS SEE PARIS. ' Jackson: 80 this Is Paris! " HeOraw: Naw, you poor tripe, this is a movie set for the Battle ot Sntlofe and you can expect David Wark Griffith here any minute now. • • • Otrwdfl WelL how'd you boyt like the Latin Quarteri? Ksllyi Bo tar aa I'm concerned they can keep 'em. And thtm (ranos, 00. t aaver oonld savvy foreign money anyhow. Day, Musk 377 Gould, .Musk 204 7>laUhows, Hutch >. .125 Presmuth, Musk ..,.205 Burleson. Okm 49 Hliem, Ft. S 292 Poolaw .Bart 307 t'nok, Bart 60 IVU-rson, Hutch ,...259 Bogart, Musk .300 H'ni.l, Ft. S 87 Amlerson, Ar.l Is,", Mki.llelon, Aid 117 A'ieoeK, Musk .202 I'lough, Ft. Smith ...177 Keynolda, Hutch. ...238 Nemltz, Bart 177 Bauer, Ft. K S2 Kapp, Hutch 216 Held. Okm ,,,, 61 Bloomer, Top. 32 Malone, Sp'fif'd 290 Kcmner, Aril. .' 126 McDonald, Bart 198 Ileglnald, Aid 74 Killed!, Ft. S 2S2 Wills. Top 07 Connell, Sp'gf'd ,,..22 4 lllclibuig,. Hart 136 Yenger, Aid 50 Pierce, Top. .10S Wlltsle. Bart. 70 Strlckey, Top. .......2iU II. Boyd, Ard 2(17 Jlallahan. Ft, S 43 Marttli, Sp'gf'd 49 Broker, Top. .213 Kennedy Bart, ,,,,,, 97 Owen, Top 251 Carson, Bart 112 Hnragrove, Sp'gf'd .230 Campbell, Ft. S 66 Williamson. Ft. S, ., 21 Burrows, Huthc. 48 Mitchell. Top. ,,.,,,,116 B. Smith, Top 76 Wlerman, Top, 4s Manning, Bart. ,,,,, 77 Brunei-, Sp'gf'd 36 .0. C. Williams, Epg. .104 Kerns, Sp'gM 105 Jonnlngs, Sp'gf'd ... 81 Wetxel, Sp'gf'd 84 15 15 IS 10 4 10 6 15 1(1 II 10 Pot. .880 .875 .76' .','D0 .739 .727 .708 .667 .601 .667 .043 .63» .029 .1 .22 .020 .616 .6 (19 .600 .673 .571 .6 .061. .550 Jennings (giving Rodin's masterpiece, The Thinker, the up and down): I don't know what he's thinking about but it he wn's a baseball man he'd be trying to figure whether to pitch high or low to Ruth. Young: Where do they get this stuff about the French being eccentric? Tbey look all right to me. Frisco: Well, don't forget they thought Osrpentter could beat Dempsey. • • • Plolntcb: Aw, this town's the hunk. I taxied five miles to see jsome Apache Indians and they weren't nothing but hard-boiled bums that needed a shave. Ouldet Darnel And to your left, gents, is the greatest of 'em all, Notre ^00 ,;,IMI .500 .400 .6011 .471 .41.7 .469 .4a .46: .441 .444 .421 .420 .428 .428 .114 .400 .411(1 .400 .383 .385 .38U .35 .346 ,33: ,33: .333 .312 .;juu .280 .286 .260 .167 ,187 .106 ,090 THE COASTS BEST CENTER! * * * * X V- HE'S STEVE'S KID BROTHER BAh, ....... :-:i.U Not only is- Babe Horrell of Lniyersity of California the hest center on tho Pacific coast but many . consider him the best center In the country. He weighs 183 pounds and is six feet one inch tall In his nothing-alls. Babe's other chief claim to distinction Is that he Is a brother to Steve Horrell connected with tho Carey Industries hero and himself something of a center 11 few years ago on Sad Gil Doble's Cornell team. 'And In the days when Steve played Williams and the othor schools of the east were kVpt In tholr place. Reno Highs Victors Over Little River In One-Sided Game Nickerson, NOT , 15.—Reno Community high school football teani defeated Little River high school yesterday on the .Nickerson grid- Iron by the score of 31 to 0. Captain Cowun of tho Reno team scored a touchdown In the first few minutes of play and Cassll kicked for the extra point. Cassll added three points in the first period on a place kick. Reno opened the second period with a 3S-yard pass and on the next play McGonlgle carried the ball over for a touchdown. Carder went over from tho seven-yard line before the half ended and Cas­ sll kicked for extra point, the half ending 24 to 0. Littlo River came hack strong In the third period, and threatened the Reno goal for tho first time. Reno held on her own 1-yard line. That was the only chance ot the visitors. Early in the fourth period n pnss netted Reno 25 yards and McGonlgle carried the ball over and Cassll kicked goal. It was a good clean game throughout. at Madison Square Garden last night. The uegro fought an aggressive fight, hut his indifference and his clownish tactics In the ring evidently had their effect on the judges, who gave, tho decision to Martillo. Tho decision was unpopular to the small crowd which witnessed the encounter and a mild demonstration of disapproval was voiced. C. OF E. PULLS GAME FROM FIRE ON A PASS. . Emporja, Nov. 15.—College of Emporia snatched a game from the fire yesterday, wlnnnlng from Ottawa 17 to 13 as a result of a last ditch aerial offensive which netted a touch down. The Presbyterians led at the end of the half 10 to 0 but the Baptists shoved over a pair of touch downs in the third period. HIGHS WIN ON A MUDDY FIELD Coach Mc'Carroll's Aggregation Shows Scoring Punch In Second Period. Coach Ralph McCirrolI und his mud-spattered high school gridilcrs reached home late last, nlfht after a hectic day of muddy travel and muddy football. The local highs were victorious on n Winfield grid that was a vast mud puddle, the filial score, being. Hutchinson, ]3; WlnfU'ld. 0. Tho downpour throughout the i game and the- muddy condition of | tho field nindB good football lm- i pi.ssibie. Only ono paas was at- \ tempted in the 60 minutes, Hutchinson essaying one effort which failed. Coach McCarroll's athletes showed their greatest offensive strength during tho.second period when the bail WUH twice carried over (htf Winfleltl line. Captain Tlge Has- ltnrd, sent In as a sub in the second quarter got away for R 60-ynrd sprint, it such It could bo called, in ho mud, for a touch down. That was early In the quarter and before the whistle sounded for the half Brigas had uurlod himself over the line for a touchdown after the gold and blue, by straight football had carried the hull down the field. Wooddell kicked for extra point after one touchdown and missed the other. . The line-lips and"summary: Statistics of the game: Hutch. (13) Pos. Wlnfleld (0) KellBr fc) L. E. Murruv Brltton L. T. L. G. C. R. O. R.T. R. E. Q. B. L. H. R.H. F. B. Substitutions: H u t cli 1 n s o n— Schooley for Howell; Sherwood for Keller; Hnskard for Mann; W. Hasknrd for Schooley; Elder for Crlssom; Jones for Brltton; Hlid- ler for >Iowell; Livingston for Elder. Wlnfleld—Martinet for Gafney; Stroghcr for Ilttchlngs; McDermott for yitchings; Hltch- Ings for Strogher. Score by periods: Hutchinson 0 13 0 0—13 Wlnfleld 0 0 0 0—0 Summary: First downs—Hutch- i lnson 7; Wlnfleld 1. Yards from j scrimmage— Hutchinson gained 136; Wlnfleld 25. Yards lost In scrimmage—Hutchinson 15; Winfield, 9. Penalties—Hutchinson 35 yards; Wlnfleld 25 yards. I'uuls— Hutchinson 6 for MS yards, average distance 24 yards; Wlnfleld— 10 for 240 yards, average distance 24 yards, VOT\ ard passes incomplete—Hutchinson 1. Touchdowns— T. Hasknrd, 1; Briggs, 1. Goal (after touchdown)— Wooddell 1. Grlssom Bright Dice Cramm Howell Woddell Chapman Brlqgs Mann Miller Henshaw Ballard Walker Radley Hltchlngs (c) Lander Gafney Byors Stoner CATHOLICS SCORE WIN OVER WASHBURN. Falkl Brother, you said a page full, but don't let anybody tell you Illinois couldn 't give 'em a battle. • \ s • , Crengros (ordering bis third crem do menthe): What I can't un 'stand la wby you guys have all these statues of Napoleon III. There was only one Napoleon. Walter (In his best Cedar Rapids' French): Whaddamean, there's only one Napoleon ? Cvencroa: Why, Napoleon Lsjols; now there was a bird who oould hit all kinds of pitching . . . • • • Reel; I think rn go down to the Louvrs and see Mona Lisa, Clancy: Well, If she's anything like thote French Janes I saw at • Maxim's last nlgbt I wouldn't walk across the street to tee her balance • sblp'a anchor on her left eye, brow - : . ; . Quids: And to you right, gents, la the Eiffel Tower, the highest thing in France. ltosttl (registering lofty soorn): That proves he never tried to buy • trllk shirt In this town. . .. Guide (pasting historical square': And right hare on this very spot King Louis XVI lostvhis head. Fabor: Bet anything tJe girl was one of those ditzy blondsfrom Zleg- , ssM'a. (Next Stop 1 Roma) Kearns To Erect Big Boxing Arena Uo* An galea, Nov, IB.—Jack Kearns, manager ot Jack Dempsey, is planning to break Into the boxing and six day bicycle business In California through the erection of an arena to teat 80,000 persons, according to advices received here today from Kearns ,who is now in New York. Kearns stated that he has already closed contracts for tho services of Abe Goldstein, Benny Leonard, Mickey Walker, Gene Tunney, Johnny Dundee, George Godfrey, Jack Renault, Charles Welnort and other star boxers. Tho city In whloh the proposed arena will he located was not stated. Following the passage of an Initiative measure November 4, permitting 10 and 12 round boxing in California, Is was stated that both Dempsey and Koarns had ordered the Bale of their real estate holding to obtain money with which to promote, flghta. Drake Battles to Keep Clean Slate Manhattan, Kan., NOT , 14.—With only one more hurdle to take for a clear title to the Missouri Valley conference football championship, the Draka Bulldogs meet the Kan sas Aggies here this afternoon pointed for a desperate battle. Victory over the Aggies today and defeat ot Iowa state next week would leave Draka the only undefeated team In the conference. The Dee Moines eleven was prepared for a fierce attempt to make up for tho only stain i,n Its record —last week's tie with Kansas. After two weeks r nt, Coach Bachman's Wildcats were declared to be In excellent condition and three veterans who were out of tho last game, which the Aggies lost to Ames, ( wlll ba ready to go into the lineup. They are Keefor, Wilson and Hutton. , Coach Bachman gave orders to his team to start the contest with straight football. St. Marys, Nov. 15.—St. Marys staged a big spurt In the second quarter of yesterday's game, putting over a drop kick and a touchdown to sWin over the Topektius 10 to 0, Ancient Rivals Meet. (By The Associated Press) Princeton, N. J., Nov. 15.—Football's most ancient rivals, Princeton and Yale, meet here today In the semi-final event ot the "big three" championship. Yale, winner of the "big three" title, together with the eastern intercollegiate championship in 1923, has a record unblemished by defeat, while Princeton has seen Its standard lowered 'by Notre Dame. HIGH SCHOOL GAMES Hutchinson, 13; Wlnfleld, 0. Havlland, 0; Bucklln, 0., Garden City, 2; Ness Citv,' (forfeit.) Marlon, Hi; McPherson, 0. Newton, 27; Penbody, 7. Stafford, 7; Dorgo City, 6. Kingman, 34; Anthony, 4. Battle to a Tie. Ottawa, Kan., Nov. lo.—Ottawa high Bchool and Emporia played a tie game hero yesterday, six to six. Emporia scored first by n drop kick, the Ottawa team made u touchdown, after which Emporia got another drop ktok In the last quarterT^v. GOLDSTEIN SHADES SHEA IN 10 ROUNDS. Chicago, Nov. 15,— Tho superior boxing of Abe Goldstein, bantamweight champion, gave him a shade the better of Eddie Shea of Chicago, In ten rounds at east Chicago.last night, in the opinion of newspaper men. Shea WUB the aggressor throughout tho bout in which the title was not involved. They fought at 120 pounds. They Rolled High. The Public Service men wi rolling high last night, defeating tho Santa Fe men in a "Y" tournament match by nearly 700 points, Every member of the winning team rolled better than 500 f<v the 30 frames except one. The Individual scores: Santa Fe, Landrum „..,.,,, 303 Young , 303 Howell , 3|3 Cornwell ,«•,,,«,,,,,«,,,,,,451 Straw 400 1BC0 Publlt Ssrvlos. Baur ....466 Cole 633 Johnson 6:18 Hadel 630 McCammant .,. -639 WESLEYAN OUTPLAYED BUT DEFEATS BAKER. Baldwin, Nov. 16.—Outplayed in every department, Kansas Wesleyan of Sallna emerged from yesterday's fray with Baker University winner 14 to 0. The breaks were with tho Wesleyans while Baker lacked the scoring punch. Baker registered 12 first downs to 2 for the visitors. MARULLO IS GIVEN DECISION OVER SIKi New York, Nov. 15.—Young Marulio, New Orleans heavyweight scored an unimpressive 12 round victory over Battling Slkt, Senegalese pugilists and former holder of the world's lisht heavyweight title, During his lifetime John Wesley preached 27,000 sermons. Canon Hay Altken, England's greatest re vlvallit, who hopes to surpass thai record, has preached 22,000 ser mont. 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