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Bulldogs Move Irtto Finals Of State Tourney r · ·· MI » * 9SA. ..» rrfs- ' *" Measures NLR, Monticello P.ne Bluff Makes Last Round By Clipping Rogers The brave little Bulldogs limped their way into the 8 o'clock finals of the state basketball tournament last night with 41-29 victory ovtr Monticella. Pine Bluff gainer! the other rung of the finals with a 38-28 win over Rogers. In semi-finals games played yesterday morning and afternoon Kogers, with its, sharp-shooting center Guy Cable netting 2G points, routed Clinton, 51-33. Pine Bluff moved opposite Rogers in I the top bracket with a m o r n i n g ' win over Newport. 42-2.1 In afternoon games Mnnticello walloped Tuckej-man, 47-33 as the District T w o ' ' l e a r n that upset .lonesboro went completely f l a t and was unable to handle Dale Lassiter, tall Hillbilly cenler who burketed K points. The -Bulldogs tangletl with K-. th Liltlo Rock's footballers in the .'as! o : rr.e semi-tinal games and virtually wrapped the game up in the first quarter as they moved to a nine-point advantage The North Siders used all their size and weight in the last quarter in an effort to get bark in the ball i game. But the sharp-shooting and \ the delaying tactics used by the.' Bulldogs were more than rough ' ness could overcome. Porkers In Red-White Game At Stadium This Afternoon 20 points before fouling out lat in the game. The bigger Zebras took the leat at the outset and commandcc throughout as their defense was .00 rugged for the Rogers quintet Buddy steady Bloomfield, normally . shooter, could get onb .hrce baskets in 18 attempls. Pine Stuff's defense has allowed only 51 points in the last two games. Fayetteville, its team bruised and ired after the rugged battle with North Little Rock, played it safe igainst Monticello, throwing up a ;igid ring around the Hillbilly's i-u Lassiler and peppering the asket after carefully working in ·t Arkansas' Razorbacks, rated bv many as the strongest and best balanced team to wear the red and while in many years, go to the proving grounds this afternoon for their first full-fledged test r u n . The occasion is the annual Red-While spring training game. Kick-off is scheduled for 2 o'clock at I'.DZor'uack Stadium. How well the estimates lhat have rated Arkansas so high will hold up under the pounding d u e l to take place this afternoon is a or its shots Spears 43-Pounder thing thai interest Coach, Otis Douglps and his coaching j staff as well as the fans that attend Ihe game. LARRY HEAD . . . broken arm Larry Head, who had moved into ..a starter's post in the 'Dog lineup'for the first time during the tournament, was upended driving in for a layup late in the game and suffered a broken wrist. Ray Barnes was high for the Dogs with 15 points and the Fayetteville team hit on 15 of 29 field ! goal attempts. North Little Rock,! with a reputation for accuracy, connected for 16 of 57. The big difference in the game was on the free throw line where Fayettcvill made 15 to N.L.H.'s six. John Fortenbury, the Wildcat; high-scoring center, was held ti 13 points and a bloody nose. In the semi-final games Rogers Cable, who has been one of the tournament's most prolific scorers found himself up against Pine Bluff's big Jim Reed, a polished 6-6 star. Cable netted only 12 points and hit on only five of 21 shots as the Zebras closed in on him from all angles and keot him con- slantly off balance. Reed scored LEAVES YOUR FACE SMOOTH AS A CHILD'S DOUBLE KDGE--SIKGI.E KDOK i Lassiler scored 18 points to lead both teams, but he was able to get only four field goals in 14 attempts I against the rugged defensive work I of Bass Trumbo. who turned ir,, one of his most outstanding games, fouls appeared to be putting the : Bulldogs in a hole in the l a t e , stages of the game. Both Barnes : and Parker fouled out after Trum- i bo had picked up four in the first | half. · ( i But Monticcllo's attack, which lay chiefly with Lassiter's shooting and rebounding, never was able to unlimber. A total of 11,700 fans were reported in attendance al the tournament through last night's game. Another 2.500 are assured for tonight's final battle which will establish a new record for the slate. High scorer for Fayetlevillc yesterday afternoon was Trumbo, who made 16 points, hitting on seven of 18 shots from the held. The fi-1 center also turned in a phenomenal job of rebounding against Lassiler, who .held a five- inch hoighl advanlage. NAIB FIELD DRAWS NEAR COMPLETION Kansas City-(/?)-Twcnty-sevcn of Ihe 32 teams that will compete in the week-long N a t i o n a l Intercollegiate N A I B B a s k e t b a l l Tournament beginning here Monday were in the fold today. Qualifying in playoffs last nighl were defending champion Hamline of St. Paul. Minn.. Washburn of Topeka, Kan., Southwest Missouri State of Springfield, West Liberty, Pa., American International of Springfield, Mass., and Findlay, Ohio College. A premium for the N A I B winner this year will be a crack at Ihe NCAA champion in a first round game of the Olympic play- i'fs here March 29. Hamline won its berth by biasing Memidji, Minn., Teachers 10475. Washburn beat Ottawa, Kan., il-58 in the third game of the Kansas playoffs, and Springfield, Wo., won the third game over C Ural of Fayctte, Mo., 61-51. West Liberty ouiscored Morris- larvey 73-57 and American In- j ernational rolled over Colby 71-| H. Findlay beat Youngstown 72- · 0. Bowling Makes Shaving So Much Easier! Try It Today! Ollld*' Shaving Cletm contain* Ulh*r- Ml.* ·· «m»m7 B»w In9r«dunl thtl actually pravvali craam drying on your teM whila you Bhaval Say goodbya lo anam tkal drlca and cakai. nk« your ihavai the oaty ·«y-lh« ChilH.' Lalhanol way. Buy a tuba lodayl unH on MUSHUSS ·WHIH' )»· nirk Mr ladlHIn, ·uiincsi Ltaiu* Mcllroy nank trounced Mortfrn .^Io.or. in n four point xvin lo IcnRihcn its Icnsuc Icari. The Roccrs /Ive tool! Inrco Irom Hahn Construction to ;iii sc'c..iitl p!. 1C c wilh nickcll's Drugj after suiifnng a 3-1 defeat nt the hnnclj of Dr I'eppcr. Cy Carney App.iancc., lofpa.crt the RiUcr Accncy :i-l. while Ilic Stump F u r n i t u r e Co.. made a clean swetp over Palace Orujj. c. A. Swnn- 'Whlttlelcl Motor and Bohc's "downed Kellcy Hros. 3-1. CrciRhton'. Drive. In tnnk three Irom J-erRiiKon's Cafe- Icna and Mason's Calc look II all from Cora-Cola. Tho Falruay store defeat- e d P r o c t e r Potato Chips 3-1. .e;riM l 's, hn "z:TM7 c x» I . re Tho' l! r h .i lc "' n Coach Douglas expresses sat- tfaction with tlie progress shown during th6 practices thus f a r , and is encouraged by the show of enthusiasm and spirit on the' cam. He announced before spring' drills got under way that he would devote his time to sepa- the "sheep from the ;cals'' this spring in order t h a t he boys "who want to piny ball" could be determined prior lo the start of practice next fall. j With three-fourths of the 18-' day spring practice period used up Douglas admits that he had nothing to do with the separating proress. "The boys have gone to work separating themselves," he said. "And that looks like a good- sign to me." The Red lc;.m will prnbab.y rank us a slight favorite, composed as it is of the first am j fourth teams. The White Club i j made up of the second and thin ! .-stringers. Rut a tight game is cx- ; ;»ected. i I.amar McHan is the spearhead of the Heel squad and he will b c j joined in the backficld by f u l l - ; back Lewie Carpenter and h a l f - [ backs Dean Pry or nad Cuddy j Button. Backing these' talented J players will be quarterback Bob St. Pierre, fullbacks Carl Maz/.a and Karl Kaiser, and halfbacks Johnny Cole, Tommy Brill, Mike Dnka, Glen Bricker, Phillip Reg- inclli and Paul Willson. In the line the Hods will probably start wilh ends Jerry Bo- ·tard and Pat Perry, wilh Edsel Nix, Joe McRac, Tom Broadway and J. W. Louderrnilk in reserve. Tackles include Tom Garl ing- Ion, Charles Faulkinbcrry, Bill Boyd, Floyd Johnson, Buster Graves, Hcrsehel Jones and Bill Duncan. The guards are header! by Herbert Marshall, Bob Linebar- rricr and Sammy Dumas, with Jim Kolb, Ed Spencer and Harold Cox also on hand. The centers will be George Moranz and John Benson.. The White team will be led by | Ralph Troillett, backed up b y ' M'ack Warren and Francis Lon^. all sharp quarterbacks fighting for that number two position. Larry H o g u e, Charlie Hallum and Bob Van Poucke arc the White fullbacks. Jack Troxell and Murray F.lton, a pair of fast and elusive halfbacks, head up the White offense, with Mickey Finn, Charlie Lutes, Bill McFarland, Johnson Gunn and George Thomason ready to help out. The While team ends feature Red Warren, Floyd Sagely, Jack Turncy, Bill Forrester, Buddy Smith and Billy Plckcns. The tackles: Don Smith, Eddie Bradford, Ken Bicrwirih ,Iim Sperring Dick,Keyser, Rupert Lech- nor, and Bill Callahan. The guards will be James Roth, DaVe L a s h 1 e y, Earl Warren, Harold Spain, Bud Brooks and Way.and Roberts. The centers j are Jim Cauthron, Charlie Ramey and Jim Foreman. ' | The Porkers got in a ROOI! day's work yeslerday, following a midweek layoff, as a part of the coaching clinic being conducted by the Arkansas coaching slaff in connection with the state basketball tournamenl. The Hogs turned out yesterday and went through their paces before the interested eyes of more than 50 couches from over the stale. The clinic was to have been continued this m o r n i n g wilh the w i n d - j up slated for this afternoon atf game time. ACR RITTER, ML Clemens, Mich.. | -lands proudly with the 4 3 V z - ' ·ound musketunfic ric speared i hrough 8 hole in LaKc St. Clalr ' ·ce. It look him 20 minutes 10 land 'he whopper. (InlchiatinnnU * * * * * * State Tournament Box Scores I'lnn Rluff v*. New I'lnc Itluff Weaver - _ . . Ilrn'.vn _ _ . . Wallace Heed Holmes Smithey ·-. _ McKall Mayherry .. Walsh '_____ liei ' Totals I."I Newport Unit .. M.inlonth Broadu'ater Minor _ . ... i l o t i l McKen/.ie M c M i n n Totals ·port Ff, FT PF 0 .10 10 23 Young Earns Shci At Sugar Ray With Win Over Durando New York-(7P)-Kiddy Young, a decisive winner over hard-hitting Ernie Durando last night, was ' ready and eager to t a k e on Hay I Kobinson in a title bout May 10 if the busy H a r l e m Sugar 'man i still has his middleweight crown j by then. j But in the first round of .his [ fifihl with Durando, il appeared | that Young's chances of a t i t l e ; fighl were hopeless. j Durando, a power h i t t e r w i l h ! his right, rocked Paddy four limrs wilh his pel punch and il looked like curtains for Ihc blond New Yorker. But Paddy shook off the effects of the wallop and gave | his crude rival a gond going over ' Montirello vs. Tiirkerman Tuckerman I-T. FT I'F TP llenlh . -- 7 0 3 14 Gnrdncr ,'l n ·! li Choale _fl 0 5 0 Carr n 0 3 II 3urcess . 5 1 1 1 1 W i l h i t e I 0 2 2 Totals 18 1 If) .'13 Monticcllo Malthcws ,,- 3 1 (I 7 While 3 1 (I 7 'Yceinan . . - I 1 '! .'I Vilson 0 0 2 0 ,assitrr . ._ 12 2 4 2i Stephens 2 0 1 4 Totals _ 2 I 5 10 47 vs. FayeUevllle FO FT PF TP ...3 1 5 7 ..I 1 I 3 ..0 -3 .-] ..0 .2 5 S 5 (I 15 22 45 most of the fight. The officials all voted f o r j Yountf. Their cards were: Tlrfereo Uarne.v Felix. 5-4-1; .Indqe Joe Agnello 7-3 and Jticlec Bert G i a n t . 0-3-1. The A P scorecard had Young the winner, 7-3. North J.lltle Rock 'ayettcvlllf 'arker Head Pearson Trumbo Trammel C r u d u p _ . McConnell . --... Barnes . .. .. W i l l i a m s Totals N. L. K. Landers .. Browning llarrod A u f r y .. Nations orlcnbury _ _ . . . ,, . K i n s Whillen . Totals ttogcrs vs. I'lnc Bluff Vine Itluff FG FT I'F Weaver _. . . _ . 2 1 5 Heed .._() 4 5 Holmes 3 4 1 M c K a l l ..._ 0 I) 0 Mayborry ...0 2 2 Walsh 0 1 3 Moid __ __n II 1 Tnlnts 13 12 17 angers Illoomfield 3 0 4 T. Hewfilcy ;.l 0 4 Cable __ ....3 '2 3 Grace . n n 2 Leahman .3 0 4 I l i W R l c y , . ; 1 0 2 Wolfe n 0 2 Totals .13 2 21 Three Games On i Opening Slate In NIT Affair New York-(/P)-Indlvldnal b a t lies between sky-scraper center.* nul special zest In a triple-header ! loniRlit t h a t opens the N a t i o n a l ! I n v e n t i o n R a s k t b a l l T o u r n a m e n t ! at Madison Snunrc Cnrden. The program eels under way al 8 p. m. EST, with this l i n e u p of flames: 0 p. m.--Western Kntauckv 25- ·i vs. Louisville 20-5. 7:« p. m._Seton H a l l 25-2 vn LnSallp 2D-5. 0:30 p. in.--Dayloii 1M-H vs. New York University 17-fl. ToniRiil's winners KO i n i o the second round a g a i n s t seeded en- Irirs. who rlrew first round byes. rUf|iicsnp. St. Louis, SI. Unniiven- ture ami St. John's were top-ranked, in t h i i t order. The Louisville-Western winner will meet St. Bonavciitnre in the first j!ame of another Iriple-hoad- er Monday w h l l n the Seton H a l l La Salic victor goes against St. John's. The last name on the Monday I nnwntn will be a first round j inttsl between Stint lie and Holy i Cross, w i l h Ihc winner t a k i n g on Umine.i-ne. f o u r l h ranked nallonal- l.V. Tuesday nighl. St. Louis. No. fi In the n a t i o n , pla.vs the Davtoil- NYU victor Tuesdny. Semi-finals a r e s c h e d u l e d Thursday and (he f i n a l s Saturday, thi; t o u r n a m e n l champion q u a l i - fyinc for the Olymp'c basketball (rials owning al the Garden March 2(1. Big League Teams Open Exhibitions rfttifB SPORTS lORrHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES, Fnyettoville. Arkan«». Saturday, March 8, T9S2 EYEING OLYMPICS By Alan Mover Dr. Poppc'r"wri asue Standlns. koffs Dnics llnpr-rs. Ark. F. w. Buxion ·Sfl7. Fights Lost Niaht (By The Associated I'rpss) New York-Padfly Yntin^, l.":f). Ne\v York, outpoinlcd tirnie Our- ar.do, 157, Rayonne, N. J. 10. Hollywoodi Calif.-Keeny Tcran 114, Los Angeles, oulpointed Johnny OrtCRa, 110, A l a m e d a , Calif. 10. Walla W a l l a , Wash.-Garth Pant- cr, 16S, Dayton, Idaho, knocked out Hilly Carter, 178, Vancouver, n. C. 5. Phoenix, Ariz.-Jimmy Marline/. locnix, outpoinlcd Much .Siiblctl. 150, Los Ansclcs, 10. C. A. Sw»n«on nn'd' Soon ~.".\". "llcy nrns. l.umlicr Co. dfrn Motors Cr»ljliton'» Drlvt-tn " rwjiy Storft WS?' 1 F"" 11 " 1 ' --"-"."." . M«ion C«Ie . Proctor Potato Chlpl ..'..'.'.'.'. Boha'i Grocery Drum rt Jtor j Chump Sllll In Running ! St. AiiKiistlne, FIa.-(/l'i-nefend. . ing champion M.iry Lena Katilk, Thomasvillc, Ga., and Rca Mr- Wane, Hlrmlnghnm, Ala., entered he f i n a l s of the Florida East Coast ·.Vnmen's Tournament bv w i n n i n g heir s e m i - f i n a l matches from "·oily Rlley, Forl Worth, Texas uid Barbara Romsck, Sacramento, KM. up *iih (he limn--rod .he TIMER dillj. Kansas Stale And Loveiletfe Dampen Kansas Title Hopes Kansas Cil.v-M'j-Unlcss Colorado can p u l l the rabbit out of the hat twice in one si.'acon Phnj; Allen's University of Kansas Jay- hawks w i l l represent Ihe Big Seven Conference in the western NCAA nlayoffs at Kansas Cilv March 21-22. Kansas lar.t n i g h t humbled Kansas Stale, the defending rl-am- pion and 1051 NCAA f i n a l i s t 7861 at Lawrence, thereby assurinB Allen's team of nothing worse than a lio for the league crown. Coach Jack Gardner's Kansas Staters cnuld gain a Big Seven olaynff berlh with Kansas bv beating Oklahoma Monday--provided Colorado upset Kansas. Big Clyde Lnvellclte. Kansas A l l - A m e r i c a n for two years r u n - ning, was the big spark lasl night as l-c popped in 33 points |o bring' his total for 2.1 games to (J13 points, a 2S.7 average. Ruhe To Try Luck Again At Oaklav/n Hot Springs. Ark.-M'i-Mrs. Kmil Dnnrnrirli's liuhe. w i n n e r of the IDS I A r k a n s a s Dnrbv faced a small but select field in the SB.OOO K i n g Collon H a n d i c a p lorlay as he tried again to regain his w i n n i n g f orm. The ronlfM was the first nf O n k l a w n Park's m a j o r ··lake r:\ci-s to h? run ovr-r the m i l f and 70 yards djV.im-o. Mrs. Nellie Michel's False a consistent w i n n e r at Ihe Fair Grounds In New Orleans, will ma''" hi- fecund s t a r t at Oaklawn In Ihe f c a l u r c . Others c n t c r i ' l in, h i d e Dad w i n n e r of i|.n I n a i i w n i l 'Owens Cuts, Our K i t e ,,,,d Hard Tnah. Hopeful Srim, r u n n i n g third nt the head of the !.!roleh, put on n burst of speed and won Iho f e a - ture yeslerdav hv a l-n-jth and a half over Llttl» Rookie. WUenhh^lme'- 'car, IM-1 In (he fi-furlong dush Uoneful Sr.ro «·!·· timed In 1:11 flat and paid $ 1 2 2 0 I straight. Fayetlcvllle vs. Fuyettcville Parker Trumbo Trammel Ho.skins Crudup McConnell Barnes W i l l i a m s Tol.-ils Monliccllc. ' Matthews . ._. W h i t e Freeman Wilson . I'aschall ^assiter Stephens __ . Totals Monticcllo FG FT PF TI' .5 7 0 0 -·--.0 .1 '2. .... 0 17 7 Iff -11 n o o n i in 0 (By 7'hs Associated I'rrw) All IB of the American and Na- lional League tennis are scheduled to open Ihelr spring exhibition Kame schedule on a broad southern and western baseball front today. The New York Ynnltees. world j champions and American Leaxue I p e n n a n t winners, w i l l slart r i f f | against the SI. Louis Cardinals nf Ihe N a t i o n a l loop al SI. Petersburg, Fla. Two clubs who m a n y t h i n k will be meeting in Ihe World Series next October--tho Cleveland Indians and New York Giants --open their grapefruit league ·:riml nt Tucson, Ari/.. The G i a n t s are defending National League champions. ' Other names: Cincinnati (N) vs. Hnston (A) al Sarasnla, Fla. nelroit (A) vs. Philadelphia (N) al Clearwatcr, Fla. Philadelphia (A) vs. Washing- on (A) at Orlando. Fla. Boston (N) vs. Brooklyn (N) al M i a m i , Fla. Chicago (N) vs. Chicago ( A I at "asadena, Calif. Pittsburgh (N) vs. St. Louis A) a t B u r b a n k , Calif. Chicago (N) "n" Cleveland (A) B" at Mesa, Ariz. CAMPAIGN W'Tff A f/.AT- fiOOR ?-,'.Vi£ Wfj ear sow rxs. $,COO SflD /o.ooo alt-uric Hoppe To Tanjjle With Crane In Battle For Three Cushion Crown Valley Bids For Third fi Title In Row Prescolt, Ark. - (/P) - Defend ins 9 11 l? 29 . i t , « t . u v 4 t i *i r. - \fj I - J . / C I U U U I J I ^ ' K a n Kriinri.wi-f/l'i-lrvinx Crane champion Valley Springe puts its of M i i i R h n m t o n , N. Y., who l a r t ' stali; Claps II bi'.'ikctball title on n i g h t spoiled the American b l l - 1 Ihe line tonight when it meets Hards debut of Masaloi Kalsi.ra i i f j Ihe H a r t f o r d l(u.itli-rs in the finals Tokyo, sho'jls for ihu. top today in j n[ the statu tournament. Ihc world Ihren cushion l o u r m i - 1 Kenneth Mathi", netted 14 points incnl, plr..vitiK defending C h a m p j l ° lcn . ( l Valley Springs--winners' Willie ll'ppo. :.. j of 'he championship In 1851 and lloppe and Crane, both with one '"·'" ~ " vcr Krcenwav 53-40. win and no Josses In the round j rir ' cn "", ly " a " a 2fl ' 1B hn " "ne robin event, share the afternoon " ,V' n .'fr . ,, spotlight w i t h a match between I o ","^ t ^mf7 3 ['.fTMTM^ Joe Proeila, of.Lo, An R ele S , and A n o l l T ? , " l - , - arfon ,, Herb H . r d t , the Cl.lca S o ba,d= (he W" K ,n is' IirlfoM TM7ppri Icller. A crowd of more t h a n 5:tO .s;nv Crane defeat Ihe scnsnlionnl Ml';s Kiitsnra 50 to 42 lart ni'jhl In 57-lnnlrg malch. Tlie trim tiff-pound .Japanese cue star left no doubt l h a i she would I h r e a t Uirouxhout the 17- la.v meet. n.vcs.1 5t-',8. He sr-orcd 2^'points. Wayne I.einmnns led Dycss with 10 points. BOWL KOH HEALTH Jim Hcnlon GowlinK t-an«.. Ad/. Keep ip with till Uir/-«_rr«d hr Tlr.in dally. CAN FLASH - . - By ATan Mover RHODEN, OF MORGAN "STATE, THE AMER/CAM MPOOR TRACK MT// H!5 50O Aflp 6oo-yp PUT Scores flOPSS FOR T//e OLYMPIC QUARTER- MILE-HE'LL Kansas 73. Knns:i'j Slate 111. New Mexico AM (12, West Texas si. UCLA 6-1. W.Tihlnjjtnn 53 Wyoming ( I I . Donver ft4. Utah Slate 72,. Montana ''"· You htvo only cno ·which lo Mco d-iM ci C LOTION' givr.n skin Tip. 7.';-i! . (aco l«ol (rush rt« a child's. Knjoy lh« infill 0 | ah^r-aJiv/ft rofrvfS mont. Buy a bottle today) W M THEMILLROSE 6OO /,VA PEAL FtY/HG WISH VOTED Brlihl To Play In Canada , Hrs Mnincs, Iuv;,].(/!')-Johnny I Drlfjlit, otilitandlnj! Drake Nucru I h a l f h a e k , signed a contracl to play j pr«fcstilonil fnothall with the C'nl. ' garv Slamueders of the V/estern ' Inti-r-lVovinclal Fnntb.il! Union In ! Canada. Sun-Tilt Vincltan Bllndl A l u m l r u m imJ Ducli'nn **nlli«i Aluminum window* tnrf DMr Screen* OrraminUI Iran iKarill.M ·»«rch«, Ftncit,. SUInvByt GABE COOPER P».M Hit Hi j^. L . , Bovine Facr» Suit New York-(/P)-A federal urand j u r y ir.vrr.lisaling boxinr; on n t i o n w i r i o scale recornrr endL.I the liovcrnmi'iit tal··· n n l i - l r u s l c!'nn lo enrl "restraints of tra-le In the promt:':m and hroiidcasllnj; of championship fights." beards disappear At th« touch of l CHILDS' S I J'.I.' I .'-';P*'I r.uor tiLidf, even l h totith»-it he 3rd dtaappexri l.l.c nu7'r! CIIU.OS' juper- kctn l)l,i:lc \vhlsksaw2yyour u-h!i!irrn -- na matter haw thick, tough or itabborn-* Iravr* your face smooth M a c l i l ! ; « . (·illl.ns- blidei «ri maCe of Swedish chronic xlrpl finely ground to a h»lr- llne tlzr. r:i!LDS' bladei ' mahr lliavinj fhlld'l piny. l.nn'i fur the name CH1T.D3' on Ih? Mirk end yellow parka-?. Full Ballitfactlon or f'onhlc yftirr r.innry · biek. n-jy rnitns 1 bt.vJcs lodiyi Doiiih-efi;---Slojlt «di« l:.\^AN'TCfi: Toll utlJtlS- lion cr Cou'jig y««t «*M)r IntV.' 4 lor nnty II*

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