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Red Sox Suffer Sixth Straight Loss, 6-3 British Champ Not To Try For !nry, who had won his first | 1 f f\ T I | lig league games, was brecz- ti \ f m a n I If (A ilong on a 3-0 lead at the end : **· J, U w w i i I I B i C vp i n n i n o c ..n,-! U-.J ..u i i ii " , -..- Boston Ileii Sox, slowly f a d i n g away, slipped a little farther clown the American League ladder yesterday with · tlie help of the Chicago White Sox 6-3. The Bosox rookie Bill Henrv absorbed the defeat, his Jlrst of the year, when he was greeted bv six-run outburst in the sixth Inning. He: · four ing a ,, of five innings and had allowed . only two hits. He appeared to be i · on the way to his f i f t h s t r a i g h t i win. Then s ruin began f a l l i n g : and five hits and an error-- Ilia; made four of the runs unearned ' ruined the, afternoon lor the young : ·rookie.. Thc rain caused t h e ' p a m e ' _. " l to be called at the end of the sov- ' '" " enth. Saul Hogovin was t h e w i n n i n g "pitcher nnd he helped his owi cause with a home run with one mate on base in the wild sixth. J i was the first home run by a White Sox pitcher in over t w o ' v c n r s Faulkner One Of Favorites To Win In Goodail Tourney Wertz' Homer Slows Down Senators, 3-2 Dctroit-l/Pj-Vic Wertz and Art i l o u l t e m a n teamed to cool off the red-hot Washington Ser.ator, 3-:!. i Ex-soldier l l o u l t e m a n hurled a ! tine six-hitter at the Nats ami j j newly married outfielder Wertz · | returned lo the lineup to win the same w i t h a tie-breaking home run in the eighth nit loser Sid · .oclio'lo, N. Y.-f,ri-Br:tish Hudson. C.-.-,mp:on Max F a u l k n e r ! Wertz had teen sidelined most today ]·« won't tiy for the j of the. last J O days w i t h a heel in- Open golf t i t l e next m o n t h at l j u r y . for Houtteman it was the third win against Jour defeats. - Arkansas SPORTS Sfeley Pilches Cards To Win Over Dodgers, 5-1 'Chie»n r.. B-tton 1 »05TC.« ab r h! DiMapfiiri, cf 2 I I FOY Goodman. If i: n 0 z-iri] .Plersall. us .1 0 I ' M i m Vollmer. I. cf 2 0 WMclc Stephens, ab ,1 1 l'nob ; nropii. Hi 3 0 I'M.,,). Wood, rf 3 0'iq ,1-epcio, 2b 3 o l.'Ocnti' 3 n n ·a 3 TiTotalF CHICAGO ab r h 2h 4 0 ] a. If 3 1 ] iy. c f 4 1 1 rf 3 o n Totajs Bopton HR--White. RoRovin. SB UP--Orrasriucl, Fox and Left--Boslon 4. chicnen .1 J.. R ' ER-H-nr7 C-2° V Winner--Rofinvin i 3 - l i LI H-ll. U-Panarella Hu'-Inv Passarella. T 1:30. A--,"5.04 3 1 1 ?3 C 7 ^ J i i l l n s b u t warned: "Don't count m" out in JO.M .,.,,! 1354 .. vini 1 1!!',)'!'! -°- t!nt ' jaclt lo Enclantj . . ', i:;. sa; ( ;. " f \ K ^ji e Qp en (·:i,;iin|)iuii, 1 should be over there n.nnnm s-mie of t:,.. b e n e f i t s while ' '"in--nlaymg in touruc'inents and exhibitions. ''B,;t tliis American irioi-.e-- is w o n d e r f u l . s t u f f . It's a lot easier to win here so I'll he back. I hope to come hack in the fall and stay hi.'! toiii i n i i n r - n t prizes." . The da.-hin,". whe-crackinr; pro now has h's sirjhts fixed on the Tlifn;! no'-;!n'ope:ii!!K ioclny a't'thc . \\yki-K.vl Golf Club. Follow pros '^^^^Hm^^^^ii^ NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES, Fayertaville, Arkan, O ] 3 ; Thurtday, Moy IS, 1952 Carter Upset By Sdas In Lighiwesght Title Bottle Stonky Says He Is Cards' Only Manager I h o o k l y n -/J'l-ln case thore i* any d n u l i t . E d d i f Sl.mky \, the :ib*i,1ute Ijuss of the St l.ciuis C'.ndin.-ils in f.-u-t us well as in i Bauer Sals Yanks fo Victory Over Cleveland, 5-3 iauer to tlu-li f i i k t victory of the par over the Cleveland Indian... ·J. Uaucr l i a m m u i t i l out n home run and a double lo d r i v e in f o u r Yanks had dropped four o the Tribe this r.cason v Baueis' three-run homer In Ihe t"'ice '·"' I n n i n i i came off Tribe Brooklyn -I/T1- The SL Louis . C a r d i n a l * , bcoind t h t l r a c e mmnrliman Gernld Sulcy, defeat- l e d the Brooklyn Dodger*. 5-J. '.Shortstop Solly H e m u j colloftfd |* homer and a triple to drive home three runs. Hemus also starred In the flold, alone w i t h third baseman Billy § Johnson. The Cards fielded a re- I vamped infliid for the garre. Dick Sljiler, recently acquired from the · ' I K o. e r at tlr3t; R r d ..Vhocmlienit relumed to sfcond; · i "Ifirnui stayed at short, nnd John,son got b,vk in the l i n e u p at third. -J The C a r d i n a l ! went to work on"-"- 'tnriiT Chris Van C'uyk. ncortn* ' : , n the second. A f t e r the ' 'How They Stand (By The Associated Press) NATIONAL LEAGUE W New York_. 17 Brooklyn ~ I 15 "hicago "14 Cincinnati __. ."_III."M St. Louis j ? Philadelphia _ I I _ L _ _ . 10 ·Boston _ J Q Pittsburgh " s Wednesday's Results New York 8, C i n c i n n a t i 3. St. Louis 5. Brooklyn 1 Boston 4, Pittsburgh 3, 10 innings. ' ' Philadelphia 9, Chicago 2. I.oi....rlo de Vieeiuo of Argen,'"''', ; ° . n " ! l Amc ''-'ra'i t f l l i r t P-I^I · '''° '''' s ' l ' 10 '" J ' 1 'l a country m i l e is al ,j | d e f e n d i t i R chamoio.i. Sn'cad the ' A m i n c u n PGA and Masters- champion, is a l o p - n u k i n g favorite N a i m n a l Open king Ben Hogan is the only top-name plaver miss- Marty Furpol. Jerry B;-rhor, Ed Oliver, Clayton lieafncr: Doug Ford, Claude Harmon, Ferrier S k «' 7?it 'i!' 1 l' Ji'i'k Burke. Jimmy »^-"'"'- Llo.v.1 Mnnsnim, Carv M i r i H I r r o f f : Kam Knead. Mi ,x I ' a u . K t i e r , r.yrun Kelson, Koberto de Viccnzo. Pet. .773 .082 Detroit 3. Washington 2 WASHINGTON DETROIT vn., 11 "'! » ' ' ' , , ab r h i lost. JD i n O'i-lpon. si . 1 0 2 , Busby, cf 4 0 liKcll. 3b 4 0 ·' I Jensen, rf A II ].Mullin. If · · · ; Vc-rno!i. 11) 3 i i i W o r l z rf Runnel*, us .1 o 2'Souchock Ib Ci:m. ]f 3 1 1'Ginsberfi c .V.arah. 2b 4 0 0 Grotl), cf Grnsso. c 3 n O'Priildy. 2b aBakcr 1 o O'Ho'ltiinun, p Jludsiin. p 3 o n. rCi;mpo I 0 0 Tol:M M 2 6'Tot»h_ a--Groundt-d out for GIT b--Flied o u t for HudEOn H 2 2 4 n 1 4 0 0 4 0 3 4 0 0 3 0 0 Los Angeles - i,l - New , , ,, ,, ,, , Jimmy Curler lost tnc l i g u t w c i g i u championship last n i g h l ' u , Lauio Salas of Monterrey, ivle.xicu. Carter. 23, cupturcri the crown v i t i i a surprising H - n m n d Imocii- l U t over Ike Williams la.-:i May 25. One-Run Margin | Tin- siTHnpy I m l p rtdlbird cklp- ' J 1 per was disi-u.-sinj; t h e Mibje.-l in ' I I'll- visitor:.' nl Ebbfts 1 j j | KiHil yi.-.t|.|d..y bt-fnrp the (.'.iron' | came w i l l - , t i n . i;:.,.i!:li-i, Dodders. "I lead l ' - , . ..Ihe- flay that 1 was ' (·,," h a v i n i : d i f f ii-'iltn...: w i t h t h e f r o n t . B o b n f t l c e " S.:.,,kv ,i,id. "The story i 3-2 eJlgTin''"^^^!."^ doablcrl- |::aid I -A.,* n e t t i n g intcrfc!eiicc j to jcoie .Johnny Sain, the Yank's : from the c l u b |,i,,ient. II made ! winiiJiiK pllchcr. Keller v/ai, . ·· - -· UK- sick j t i ' . t to it. It was r.o : charged w i t h t h e loss. Sain m-.w has · on Hemu.i' home run with on»T · u n t r u e , SD unfounded aud fio u n - j wo[l three ami lost one, -L ' " '''"'·" ]«··» York «, Ck»m--· · "Look, he continued, "this is »f-H YORK my ball club. I'll stand or fall with i ,,,,,,,, . · ' " : U. Nobody has told me how or j Rteuto. ,, I ,, S^'vTR " CLIVtLAHD ill r h a i i _33 3 ) in"9tK i 91h verdict, jjut the today--the m.. w £--NOR. RBI--Grasto. Runnels. Mllll'n. Gmsher^. Werfz. 2 B -- C o t i n Vcrnon. l l n -- M u l l l n . Wurlz. DP Grass-) nl ,,| M. 1r ,| 1: Moiitle,n»n. Prlel- 'l.v ;ind Souchnck. Lcft~.W;i^hini!toii 7 D n :i()il S. ns -Huriion 2, Houttc- jiian 4. So--Hudson 2. l l o i i l t c m a n 2. 11 fv F.n--Hudson 3-3. Jloutlennn 2-2 d i n n e r -- H o u f i - n m n I3-4I. J.oscr TTutl- win 12-21. U--HcKinloy. Honochick. Duffy and^Siiminer». T-l:55. A-2.BS5. Maglie Hurls Sients Past ill. 8-3 -- one, ,,,. : "" i mi "V uoxing writers ilis- l~^.v! "iSreeci w i t h ihi J a - t remained champion is Sal. , ^. tcaUicnvuijjnt, a youiiKMir who like C a l l e r not too lout ai;o was HL-tting no'.vhirc in uoxiny u n u l ne was ushered into the title picture. ( If there was divided opinion '·· j among the oificiais-tiie referee i called the fight Sut Carter, the I two judges overruled h i m -- a n d [ sharp disagreement among the ex: pcrts, certainly (here was nothing | but inlernalionai joy .stretching ! from Los Angeles' Olvera Sliecl lo · i, all parts south of the border. I Salas is the first n a l l v e M e x i - I » can to win an undisputed world championship. Baby Arizmentli held a version of the featherweight t i t l e !n Southern Hy The AMuirUtrd 1'ress If l.'-sl iiifii-.t's Solithi'i-n Asi-oci- :ili"ii names had l-.een n n y closer f i e r i - j u M w o u l d n ' t h.ivp been any l'"ach ciutiii)! was derided by a one-run m a r g i n and home runt p'.'iyed a m a l m role in throe. Mol i i l o eiifjcd H i i m i i i B h a m , 5-4; 1..H- lle ifo'l; ninped Chattanoopa, .1-2; N . i - : : i v i l l c topped Memphis. 3-2, !n:d New Orleans shaded A t l a n t a , ·l-:i, in 13 innings. Chattanooga's .luck Jones was a briefly and then became a in the Lookout loss to L i t t l n t w o - i u n homer in the s i x t h to put his mail's ahi-nil but opi-n«l the «.ites for t h e 1'ehs' g a m e - w i n n i n e r a l l v in the :-evenlh by losing hernia's r o u t i n i - fly in the (jlare of ! Phils Be.:! Cubs AMERICAN LEAGUE Cleveland .._ 15 Washington __ "14 .Boston " ' ] 4 Chicago IIIIIIls St. Louis 13 New York _ 12 Philadelphia 9 ·Detroit . _ . ' I "" e W«dneidoy'«"hesulis New York 5, Cleveland 3 Detroit 3, Washington 2 a 9 I I 13 13 12 14 18 1,9-2 ck Rur.s column Pet. .6671 .609! .5GO' ' ."."I'^'i'iMd-uri-rniro-: .BOO i Meyer broke into the wii .BOO: yesterday a g a i n s l the ^,,, t ., s , .5011 Cubs, winning, 9-2. It was Mayer's ·^·' .Mifth start and only his first win ·^ JU | for the Phils. The Cubs, early season surprise I New York-f/Ti-The Giants threw I inTM.' top combination a E a i n s t u i o i Pestiferous C i n c i n n a t i Reds w i t h 1 wmnms results, 8-3. The Durocl or rrew, w i t h Sal Maglie on the mound supplied a 12-hit altack to i 5 .;'. 1 ." .p vlt-to ''y-tlic I 6 t h in the last 18 games. Maglie. known around tho circuit as 'the barber," was shaving too close_for the Reds last ni ? ht - l i e C i n c i n n a t i players repeatedly asked to see the b a l l he was pitching and at one noint, Maglie hnnifiiH (V,n K - I I / " .. " lu b"t from the mound rr - Vlh. hicaEo ., ,V; ^"-"-""'ii o. · . -»-".'.Mi O..I H IISC HIH ineir curve-ball np nf J, Washington 2. I nf '"= N a t i o n a l l.ea:;ue. hit Meyer · lead. Bobby Thompson hp a 6, Boston 3, called e n d ; J _ l n r d b "t c o u l d n ' t make their 11 i n n i n g triple and (hen stole I .he j W ' H . v .Mays and Wes Wes . ~ *- " M H J I l ^ M l ChieaRO i H " r '" 'he backstop. I h e victory put the Giants two full games ahead of the Brooklyn £,5 OJ 2'- losl to t h e Cardinals J he Giants lost no t i m e in stak- ,?'i r , curv °- b alling ace to a first St. Louis 12, Philadelphia 7. SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION W Mobile New Orleans._,,,, 21 Chattanooga 19 Atlanta . If) Birmingham __. 17 Nashville ~ l r ) Little Rock I.""l2 Memphis _ . . . _ _ . 7 25 Wedn«day's Results , New Orleans 4, A t l a n t a 3, 13 i n - ' Ptiil»d«lphi: nings. i cmca Mobile 5, Birmingham 4. Little Hock 3, Chattanooga Nashville 3, Memphis 2. h i t s do much damage. It was lllc 1'hillics f o u r t h win in the last live j games. | Home run power for the winners , w;is supplied by Granny Hamner, who hit a four-master, a t r i p l e and .'· sin.qiu. Phil t h i r d Backer W i l l i e Jones a!:u hi: a homer and a sin- · I ! l e '.i d r i v e in f o u r runs. · Hob Kelly flailed for (he Cubs, ."lid was followed by Bob Schultz! -1-M'iirk Lov.-n and W i l l i e Ramsdell. 9, ChicaRe 2 homers to a 1-U edge al Ihere Maglii Wp. the was in charge all Hew York s. Cincinnati 1 "r hi " SW TORK Hallon. 2h " 4 0 l ' W i l l i a m s . 2b " S 'i 2 A r t a n i s . 3b 5 0 n i l . n c k m n n . I h W y r o t l r k , rf 4 (I n Tlwmsoii 3b K 7 r w , k l . Ib 4 0 I i E l l i o t t , If Ailrnck. H 4 0 linicring. If Wcstlake, cf 4 0 .''Mueller rf ' 2. j Mik'-is I Aitrtis. c i i i h u l T : Bentonville To Open Against Prairie Grove Bentonville-(SpeciaI)-Th e Ben- ' tonvllle Merchants hnsebali team i will play their first game a g a i n s t . Prairie Grove at 8:15 t o m o r r o w ] night in the Bentonville M u n i c i - - ' pal Park. l The Merchants dropped t h e i r ' last pre-season contest to G e n t r y 6-2 Tuesday night. Pl.iyei-mana- ger Hugh "Tater" Black announced this morning t h a t Oliver " Bates w i l l be the starling pitcher · Charles Kirby will catch. Although widely grown in the · Western Hemisphere, coffee: is a native of the Old World Jacks-m. "b -1 1 I AMilmrn. 4 (I 2 Mai.,::,;; , rf -I II I Bnri:,.^ t .1 1 ;., 5 1 1 4 2 3 ?. 1 0 i. .11) . 21) ·i 'I 1 W. ". ".'.., II II II Meyer p 2 I, U cCl'ark. If I II 0 0 II It. 0 n 0 1 (1 II Tt's'iLTL-er. p u n O'Wr'slri nTcinple 0 0 0 Mat.']i l i i l l c r . p 0 0 01 blinrkowski 1 l 01 P'rkowBki. p o 0 tr. Sn.lth. p 0 0 01 ^F.chvards l n o: .14 3 6:Tolal5 5 1 2 S I 2 2 1 1 1 0 0 4 0 1 3 1 2 .4 I J 4 I 1 3 I 0 4 0 0 3 0 1 Cincinnat, New York n-Wulketl tor IlaffrnsbeTSTln iFd. l-Safe on error lor Hlllcr In 7lh ·--Oroimiled out for Smith In 811, 01)1 010 100--3 130 020 02: "--ri'ulcd' uul""for ,- !^'r' 1 "MM, 1 ,?H" ln ,'? r ," : " i -' 1! Toliils 34 9 11 i ^n' i! .',!f- l) '' irlt . Thomson 2. 2B--Dark.' ,'in"r n r~o..^M7r-T:.- ,.- t -:'J B ~ "'.".'"A 0 ". Hossl HR-Mnys, W«sl- i - - years ago, and J u a n j Zarita held the N a t i o n a l Boxing l Association l i g h t w e i g h t bauble ! t h e lit'htV. Wi.ii'i' would'have''^.^',! i later on. Mamie 1 Oriiz was the u n - , the t h i r d 0111 was ruled -i two questioned k i n g nf the bantams, . bagger and Ihe n.n-ks went on to · but M a n u e l , of Mexican descent, ' " . was born in KI Contra, Calif. Ozark Baseball League To Open Siloam Springs and Tontitown : open the 1852 Ozark Bisi-ball League season tonight at .Siloam j Springs. The game is a home t i l t ' for the Grapeis, who arc using the Siloam Springs park as their base of operations. Six teams are in the league including Prnirie Grove, Gentry, Tonlitown, Siloam Springs, Bentonville and Rogers. This is the first time since the league was organized three years ago that Fay- ettcvllle has not had an entry, although in one season the F.'.y- ettcvllle team competed in only , half of the schedule. ' II The slate, with games on Tnos- ' Cliioaen, 7. day and Friday nights for the : P i t c h i n i ; - Ma;lie New York most part, opens tonight and enris I C-0, I . O f X i - Roe and I or".- Brook w i t h a pair of games on Au R u,-t ' Ivn. l l e a r n . .I:,,,,,,, and Wilhelm 26. Between those dates there will Now York 3-0 1 llOO bej)0 games played. AMERICAN I.EA(iUE HaCmir - M i t c h i - l l , Cleveland ·II! 1; Rizzuto, !\'ev; V n i k , .364 Ui.Maiigio, Boston. ,3i:{. liuns - DiM;.:;|, Boston, 21 lioi;on, Clovelnnrl, 211. ... U n i t e d ' uid, 20; Boone. Cleveland, ID Oiopo, Hos'on, 17. Hits - Simj.-son, C l e v e l a n d . 38 Two games are slated for tomorrow flight: Prairie Grove will be i at BentonviDc and Rogers will be i at Gentry. On Tuesday, May 20, three games are on tap. i t a l l y three Urn liri'il. Gene V c r h l r . on .IOIIPS (-nicked his h confused v.-hen the C l i a t t n n n n g a welcoming', c o m m i t t i - e t!a!!icri'cl al t h e plate to e n n g r a l u l a l e Jones. The Lookout t b n r l . - t . i p shook hands w i l l , Umpire Frank G i r a r d . Major League leaders ll.v The Associated Press NATIONAL I.KAOI'E H a t l i i i K - Iloi.inson, Brooklyn ..'I7S: Cooper. Boslon, MO; Ennis I'hil:ic!el:ihiii. .351. Run:: - /wlains, Cincinnati, 20 I.orkm.-.n, Now York, 18. Runs Balled In - Saner. Chicago, 211; K l u s x e w s k i . Cincinnati, 2(1; Thonison, New York. 21. H i t s - Knnis, I'hilnik?lphla, 34; Kluszowslii, C i n c i n n a t i , 33. Home riuns - Palko. Brooklyn, Boston ' and Sauer, why or when lo run my ball club. Nobody has inlrrfered in any way. Nobody will. Anyone who knows me knows t h a t I won't stand /or any intei feience from anybody. S t a n k y pointed out that the. recent deal w i t h C i n c i n n a t i which b r o u g h t Dick Slsler and Red Stallcup i i i ( x T h i i u g o for Wally West- !ak«' , i i n l K d r l i c K:i7.ak was strictly of his own m a k i n g . "That was my deal," Kddlc said, "If it doesn't work out, I ' l l take | the blame, 1 t h i n k the trade wll help both clubs." Braves Sc/i/eeze Past Bt/cs, 4-3, In Wtb Inning I Boston -IP)- Shortstop (icorjle ! S t r i c k l a n d juggled Pete Whinnant'i | basf::-lo:ided grounder just long I enough to a l l o w the w i n n i n g run ! to cross t h e p l n t e here yesterday .as the Braves nosed out the last. place r i l t s b u r g h Pirates, 4-3, in ' 10 innings. | Tiie lioslon team spotted the . Hues t w o runs In the second ' i n n i n g and then evened matters ! in the s i x t h . i Bo-Ion i. »lll,.ur.h I i riTTtBUItCH IOITON nb r h' n b r h · r lk' p lnnr. 31) 5 0 l!D;inlel«. rf 3 2 0 ll'llro,.!,.. II, 4 0 a l j r l h r o e . el 5 1 1 , M'livlcli.r cf 4 II l l M a l h p w i . 31, s o l ! K l n o r . If .', o 2' T'lriecon. Ib . 1 0 0 Ilus.ik. cf 0 0 o ' W h l U ' n i i n t , If 4 0 1 MlTmiii. 2b 4 ! fl:SI Clnln-. c 4 0 1 M C'lough, c 3 0 i) i r r t i f l u l d . 2b 4 0 1 "I'll, rl 1 I n c u a l r k . II n'l Oririi. cf 3 I I...Crowe C i a r n n i n l n . i: 0 0 01 fturkont, Sl'cklniul. M J 0 I! IMantu!! -ilirmer. p 3-fl 0' wiiki. p o n o: brU7.gLTHld 1 0 0 Miiln. j) l o o T'ijl" 37 .1 0!TillaU n--Two ,/ut" w h scored. b-Striick nut for Wllki In Slh. c-ItiiniiTcil lor Cuilck In tOlli. rl--fllcil u u t for In llilh. Plllnburgl, 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 -- 1 llmlmi . . . 000 002 000 2--4 . h -- M n t h c w a 2. St. Clalrif. Surkont. Rm- S l r l c k l n n d 2. bi-ll. 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'· N, fl w "Wrk 1 " E "" !r '" " h 4 1 1 3 1 1 4 0 1 4 0 2 4 I) 1 0 0 0 er in the f i f t h -- h i s eighth of season--the Cards increased t h e i r m a r g i n to 4-1 in the on Hemu.i' hf man on base. The Cards wrapped up tiin.-:' scoring in the ninth Inning whtff - Stalcy drew a walk and wtnt * home on ilemus' long triple. ·f. LOUII Jib r h| «b r » . Htmiu. 11 S 1 2; Regie ,, to I ' " " k 1 ",'.'*- r. If 3 0 0 Cn», 3n 4 a-m- 3 o I ; 8 nslloni:. 21, 4 0 0 Roblnion Ib 4 0 f ·· 2 0 0 : K"' 1 ?'. c ' J I ° C«-p.n«lti 0 0 0 : Mlwln.. If S 1 Jip.r?' /' 1 0 0! 8l«»htrr. - - - -- A KH--S«lri nr« 1-1. HO--Fellrr .Irr 4. Jon, -. Jon« i. l)i -3, Teller 4-4. Jon, 4 In Si.j innlngl: Jonrj ^ m !',- M 0 In 2. HBP-reller iMcDouj.'ldl PC, J n n f i W i n n e r - R a i n Loier--rrller 13-2) U Grlevi* p Napp ,nd McGow'.n. T-2:13.' 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