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THE MARION DAILY JtfTRItPR., TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1907.
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LOCKING valley:-- '
UR. B. R. HANSFIELD,
A graduate of American School of Ontco
pnthy, tliu only Ootcoimthlo l'liyalclna In
tli,county, cicopt Dr. H. U. Diignn, wliou
a grailimto of tbosanin tchoo,
Kurmorly Ut.CrltweU'f Olllco, 114 W.Cen
tt'rHtrect. City Phono.
OincoIlourH Tuostlny 10-13 ii.m 15 p.m
"lincl TliurMlny in lx n. in. 1 S pan
Iya fcitturrtiiy in-isa. in. I ip.n
For the fall. Whow a
fine line of Wall Papers
Qtnprising a large line of
pjtttcrns in all grades for
5h.up to the fine imported
Newark Wins Out in Easy
SEVERAL CRAZY PLAYERS
Are Pulled ofT'liy the Lime
Blough Pitched 'Good Enough Bal
to Win Had He Been Given Any
Kind of Support.
in a wicrd gumo oliaraoteiiz.ed
by nioic tlinu one bonchead jilay
ou the part of the foetvls, Newark
nwdo tho Limo Buinenj look like
a Int of rank amntcur.s nt WelHi
park yoMerday afternoon. WJien it
wiw nil over the Jloldcre had six
and the locals live.
It wiu one of, those guinea Hint
cnuo oven dyctl-in-Uic-wool fans to
leave t ho ffiMiinds dHgustod with
bnnball and especially with the
local club. Ncwnik should have
been cnsnlv defeated and to the
few that gathered in the cold and
wind ,to witness the game every
thing in connection with it it did
not look as it should. Nuf sed.
Doc Blougih Hint left liaiidcr who
Inis lot so many ganiosi that ho
deserved to win, was the selection
of Manager jQuinu. One enr aco
Muirion was fighting liko mad to
tiy in it lie tliNt division when
Newnik cnine along and .pushed
them into 11 tit It place. Ilovengc was
what Qtiimi wiu after and Juid
viinp others worked with the will
that the ninraigur did, it might have
been difTerent. In fact ib would
!ia o been .
AVith cine down in the (list
Snyder and Wmtten singled but
H.-ivii and flygli wove easy for
Hlough and the danger was pawMl
for the time being.
Tn Mie f-econd half jr.vlett fanned
iml Quiiiii itlneed a niettv simrlc
in tidit. Hob stole 'ocond on the
illii-trimu liunnv I'enrce and Dau-
'iert walked. T.iv-kov hiecl a beaut
In eenler field and Quinn seaiu
nered aeni the rubber while Dau
bort landed on third. Flood fann
"d, and 'Alcnintock prevented fur
ther trouble for .Toe Sloun the
Newark slingcr, by capturing
Tt whs in the fourth that New-
ink Indeed and tied the s.eoro,
but ,tho liillv w.is a )ure gift. Tv
'ett funibleil f!vgli grounder and
ATuiimv arifiewl. Ari'Plinlr.K-
'fi-oiinded to Mylett ' wlm threw
high to the iplnle and Gygli MMired.
T'earee and Stoup were easy. Tn
he loea's half two more runs were
vlded and Uie annic looked tnfo.
l'' walked and T.ueas saerifieed.
Bli.uyli. i-ingle ent Fox to third
ti-il be M-i'rwl on 'Mylott's timely
bii'sr ! li-jht. Tllo'ugh ealue in
f t'did .in-1 safe and Quinn
wis wife when Furray dropped
Hie l.i'rtcrV. ))fn fly, Daubert hit
' AVi itteu, who forced Mylclt at
Hpnl and Avitb a iiiiek throw bent
Take t. (list, eoinpletiug the dou
ble. Ii was a pretty play and enmo
it I lie rig'it time.
Newnik forced into the lead bv
nuikiii'.' two in tho si.th, Oygli
olaiitcl a single wicker in 'center
md the big fellow went to third
when Itluugh heaved one into tho
stands, fivffli came over on !Mur
ra 's -hwhing drive over third
bn-e. Flood fumbUil Hio throw-in
from Fo nud allowed Tnrray to
t retell his drive into la triple
wherccw be should have been out.
Arerimtock 'hit to Flood avIio threw
about tiveuLv feot from home in
'rving t. get jrurray and McClin
oek went to third. Pearco liit. one
ilonr the tihird base lino Mint Lus
'jcv fielded to first and Danbert's
oniek n'pitnrn. nailed McClintock,
vlio tried to seoro on the out.
Tn the eighth Newark added
hrec to its seme, flyuli singled
Mid DaubeitV error let uiray get
hi. MrClintock wnsi safe at first
ind fivgli scored on Lucas' error
vbile ilurrav went to third. Pearco
nitup n fly to Fox and Murray
cored. T.ocke soaked one along tho
'bird base lino that went over tho
ick oiid Jleflintoek scored. Ab
bott and Snyder were oasy,
Marion 'had an excellent oppor
'unitv to do i-oniothiiig in tho last
half. Flood walked nnd Bulk flied
'ut to Snvder. iFox and Lucas
walked and it appeared that Locke
vho replaced Stoop n tho fifth
was due for a real awension.
Plough flied to DnHs nud Flod
'lime in, Myleft wa -safe nt first
m Gygli 's error but Al Walmof
vho nan fw Luca wan half way to
'bird at the time and was caught
Mioilinsr another opportunity to do
Tt wa in the last inning that
mother good elmwe was overlook
d. AVith one. lown Datibert flin.glwl
aid want to wmid on a pruned
"nll, Liwkoy followed with another
,-nfo blow but Dauboit was held
at third,. Then Flood waited jmtil
io 'bad 'two sinker niut three bnlte.
IMie next one cut the Qhto lint
Km instead of, striking t it throw
lonw ihta bat aiul started for first.
List called the captain out and
Lutkcy, who ilind started for sec
ond was thrown out by Pcarcc.
ATI II 10 A 13
Uylclt, H TT. , G
21111111, m .,..
Dnubcrt, 1 . . . .
Luskcy, o . .i. . . ,
Fox. I . . ;
Luentf, 2 ....'..
Bloiuh, p ....'.,
.' -1 VI
Totals .'13 llFaHf 5
Abbot I v
'An H PO A E
Gygli, 1 r
t'earce, e, '. ... 5
Stoup, l .' . .. 2
Locke, j) 2
33 10 27 10 2
L 00 2 0 0 0,1 0-4
0 0 0" 1 0 2 0 11 0-G
Kims (Juiiin, Flood, Fox. Ulougiij
Gygli 3, .Alun-ny 2, McCliutock.
Tl,,.,,., ln.n .ti!lAli,.nir
Sacrifice hits' Lucas, Snyder, '
Mtiriuv. McCliutock, Poareo.
Stolen bases Quiiui, Likey,
Uascs on balls It Stoitp 2; Iicko
Struck out Wy Hlough
Stoup !; by Locke 3.
Hit by pitohod ball-Flood, AWat
len. Double plays Luskey to Daubert
to M,leitt; Luskey to Daulicrt to
Luskey; AVraltert to (lygli; I'earco
Wild pitch-JJlough. v
Passed 'ball Poareo.
Hits Off Stoup (J in -1 innings;
off Locke 4 in o innings.
Left on bases Marion 10; New
Time 1 :-10. Umpire Lisi ..
AVANTED Family, iiarucr. or hotel
washing. ' GI3,FarnilngSt.
Wongh pitched good bajl, was
very elteetive in the close places
and with any kind of support would
have won Ins game.
Thy locaU have , not put up n
pool oi- exhibition on u.o homo
grounds this cason.
Mylett liad twelve-ehance yes
terday, making two enow. His
boots were on comparatively easy
Daubert didn't play
ood game yesterday.
Down al Newark tho fans who
were watching Ihe-.gainc mubt JiaVo
enjoyed seeing tho Moldon? ovor
conie u big lcajd and win tout eas
ily. Fox will work against Newnik to
day. lTonorrow a doublchoad.or will
bo played. Hurk and Lucoh will
work for Million .
Either Asher r Linke will work
today iir the Herryhill crew and
ne "or the rather will work in 'tho
iv t game tomorrow. Tn tho second
,n.o it is- probable that Joo Stoup
wilio was ehnsted yesterday will
try his luck again.
J.uskey t-nught a .protTy g'anie yes
terday and in five times up tho
backstop got two safeties, both of.
which came when needed.
On Thursday the Lime Burner
will )lay an exhibition gamo at
TiOiidciiville. Friday will ho nn
off-day and Saturday the Mason
will close with a doubloheader with
AN'hilo Newark trimmed Marion
yesterday Sharon put the cleaner
on Youugtown. Akron ,did not
plav at New Castlo and fihat club
claim n forfeited panic.' The
Akronite.s claim that tho gamo was
forfeited to ibcin tit Akron last
week. It is up to President Mr
ton to decide t lie matter and it i$
n cinch that Morton will decide in
favor of Akron, lie always does,
TJnloss Youngfetown gets down to
business in a big hurry tho battle
will be nil between Newark and
Akron, nnd to stop the Holders
Mtrriou must win nt 'least two games
BODIES Or TWO MEN
FOUND IN A HOTEL
Jlnin'dloil, Sopl,. 24. Th,o dead
bodies of two men, bliopd to be
John Ijeiwe!l and Topi McLaughlin
or Ben Maker of Lancaster, Ky.,
were found at 11 .p. in. in. a room
In tho St.l Charles Jiotol, wlioi'o tho
men registered nt midnight.
A third man, in the party left
the iic4el early ytwtcrdny.
It 'hn ljol, linen detcnnljdalu'tji-
or una men oonimuwi fimcuio or
woro riaiulently asphyxiated by
i.m j : v "
Batting of Callahan was
In an Exciting Game 4 to 3
Lancaatef Gets Aftef Fritz Buclioiz
fn First ' Frame nnd Wins Out by
8 to 1 Store.
HOW THxl CLUBS STAND., .
Newnik 1.. 8,"i 51 (125
Akron A 82
Lancaster . .
lliinsfjeld . .
Sharon, 4; Youngstown, 3.
Sharon, Pa., S'ptf. 2(1. Sharon
gave the Chimin another setback
in the Ohio and '' Pennsylvania
league nice today, byr trimming them
in nn casitinsr gt-imc 4 to 3.' .The
Oliamps nppaiently had the gamo
sewed up by mnkiiigWwo nins iin
tno eigliMi on iMireo . successive ihits.
AVith two down Starr let Roach's
grounder go between" his legs and
two runners crossed.-Hie plate, ty
ing tbo score. In 'tho ninth Collins
Miurled, went to second on Clov
er's sacrifice aiul, scored on
Green', single to right. Kerr nnd
Selluis lplado sonsntnal catches
and itilie latter nuido a throw from
deep left, catching Blount at the
plate. Score: r" ,
Slianm.... 0 0 l-ir.p 0 0 2 1-4 8 1
Yoiingtnwn 1 0 0i0 0 0 0 2 0-3 S 5
Haltcries Molarkey1 and MutlisOii
Mock and Ostdielc
Lancaster, ,8;Mansfield, 1.
Mansfield, O., "Sept. 23 Buc
lioiz wia.s .hit ihnrdIi the first in
ning. A base ou balls, a homo run
ami live singles .jrave Laucncsterl
a lead that Mansfield could not
overcame. Score: '
. n II E
MtniMlold 0 0 0 O-l'.O I) 0 0-1- 0 1.
Lancaster. 5 0 1 OIOjO 0 1-1-8 12 4
iiattoncs Biipludi and
niaier; Joliusi and Fo.w
'Akron Was Easy.
Akron. O., Sept. 23. Tn
gnmo wmic.li aviis featured by tho
nagged woi-k of both teams, Colum
bus walloped today Manager East's
Akron club whieh is fighting for
tlk) pennant in the 0. P. league,
by i seoro of six i0 three. Jack
ureclcenridge essaved to bother
himatoix trom .the .mound, huh
eaily tiivil f the task' and gtivo
way before "Lefty" Mcllvccn, an
outfielder, who fonnarly was
"some i)nim)kins" ns.1i flitiger and
who goes to PilMmrjr for hi see.
ond trial with the Pirates next
Bccauso of the fact -that Akron
is Wlthlll sight .f Hm uniuiniit.
'J?'1,1 hi S WCek '" . Manager h
" ,l:1!' '' .,u ""i'tyA "w oraekl1
gfe, "'l"10 g. '-'S
lea in tiio .hiltiu'.', pcUing threo
ufe Mvipes off Townsend. Score:
. , "" ' nHE
ColninbiK 10020021 0 fi 7
Al-'fm. . 0 H l 0 0 0 92 fy-3 S 2
; Balterios'-To.'wnsonif and Bl
Breekenridge and Lalonge.
Gamo Porf cited.
New Castle, Pa., .Sept. 23.
Akroii falied to appear Jieio ithis
afternoon .toiphy n positioned galno,
scheduled forJhw cjity. President
Morton litis aftnrnoon telc&rraphed
that ho would not send an umpire,
as Akron was. ur.l cojining. A' big
crowd -was. nt the (rrotwds and
Pitcher A'oedt was appointed um
pire, AA'hen Akron failed to appdar tho
came was fi!feiteil to New Castlo
0 to 0. This- i, H10 game Akron
tried to steal at Akrqn Satiinlav
nftcinuiiii, lifter Hie onlv of.imn
selioduled there had beon' 'iilayed. J
V i XT" TTPTt
WAR IS D
AT NEW CASTLE
Scenes of Wildek Nature
Players ' and Club dfficJulsi'Barely
Escape with ThTlr Lives
While in Aliron.
.Now Cnslln, J,i jjoj) 32,-qi-jiVO
lifiuhlo will lesult tn.L'iesldont Alor-
i t 1 . lo Aicioii;Jelub foi their
Now Castle players nnd officials, wlv
baroly escaped with their lives, nfler
scones of tho wildest nature, "wher
they refused to transfer to Akron a
postponed game, scheduled to be
played by Akron In this city. Pros'1
Idcut Morton hnS been accused of
discriminating In favor of Akron to)
two years. Saturday ho declared
Nowcastio had to transfer tho post
poned gnmo to Akron nnd piny H
then, Ho nnnoiinced lieh would niu
Now Castle $250 for falling to do sO
When Presldont Hyde, v wlio was
incsont, refused to consent to the !
transfer of tho game, Umpire Ban
lion awarded tho game to Akron by
the time lwonorcd score of 9 o 0 for
forfeited games, 'nOnly one game
wntf scheduled botwon Now Castlr
and Akron yesterday nnd New C'nsth
had no postponed games there, bc
a Bocond contest could not be for
felted undefTnny Imaginable rulo. '
A game Akron was scheduled tc
play here .Tune 13 was postponed by
rain nnd Is yet to bo plnyed hero, I
iTosHicnt uyue notinea tno Akron
management that New Castle will
be ready to play this postponed game
at New Castlo Monday, which Is an
open date for both teams, If Akron
does not show up here tomorrow foi
the contest, New Castlo will claim It
by forfeit. Unless President Morton
sends nn umpire hero for the game
and cither has Akron npnear of
forfeit It to New Castle, tho latter
will appeal to tho league's board of
directors, over Morton's bead.
President Hyde and Mannccr Hill?
Smith of the New Castle club sent
word hero Saturday night by tcdo- i
pnono umt tno scenes In Akron were
tho worst seen In the history of base
ball. Tho AkiOn fans threw cushion?
pop bottles and everything not lit
erally nnlled down, hurling them nt
tho New Castlo club and officials
when they refused tb transfer the
Kow Castlo game to Akron, The
Nocks players finally mnnaged tr
escape from tho grounds, but were
followed by a bowline crowd. Presi
dent Hyde and Director Stroheckcr
were roughly used by the crowd.
; Before the melee started Bushiest
Agent A. T. Barden or the Akron
club called President Hyde n liar,
when supported by 3,000 excited fans.
He will liavo to answer for this
when he comes to New Castle, Pres
ident Hyde firmly declares,
Akron Is scheduled to piny a double
header hero next Saturday as a wind
up for the season.
ZOO IS HERE
Gus Lnmbrigger's animal show Is
erecting a .tent on the Fairgrounds.
where they will open today for the
fair. They have an advertisement In
another ciilumu of this paper". They
have Just closed a two-weeks'fm-gagement
In Munclo, and the Evening
Press of thnt city has the follow
ing to say of tho show:
"On nccount of tho liberal patron-
a'nge extended to tho Lambrlgger Zoo
uy me Aiuncic people, tno manage
ment has decided to remain In tho
city nil tills week. The exhibit is one
that appeals to people of intelli
gence and education. It Is un edu
cational exhibit and one conducted on
tlln llluhpftt mnrnl lnvnl Prnf C1mr.lr
nOtlin yrmlnf.lef flnl lnr.4in.ni. lu n km.
.. -ww.wn,U. ....U .VV1UIV,, JO I. Vft-
ularly licensed minister In the Meth
odist church. It Is not probablo that
thoro was over before an orangutan
on exhibition In this city, and prob
ably few In Delawaro county hnd
ver seen a living specimen of this
inre and strangely human-like animal
before. Tho Jngunr Is one of the
most beautiful members of the cat
tribe. There Is not more than one
other snake exhibition In the United
States as largo as the Rcgnl python
Jen Mr, Linnbrigcor curries. It Is
jf4"1" - t ' almost thirty feet In
wiiKiii nnu weigus two hundred and
PIRATES DEFEAT THE GIANTS.
PITT8BURG WINS FIRST GAME OF
Cubs Surest Philadelphia Boston and
Brooklyn Lose No Games In
the American League.
Standing of tho Clubs.
AVon. Lost. Pet.
Chicago 101 40 .710
Pittsburg 85 54 .612
NoV York 80 62 .DOU
Philadelphia 74 62 .544
Brooklyn G3 77 .450
Cincinnati 09 82 .418
Boston C3 85 .384
St. LoillS 44 07 .312
Following uro .Monday's scores:
At Chicago Philadelphia 1. ChlcaKo
4. Itichle, Dooln'; Brown, Heulbach,
At Cincinnati Boston C, Cincinnati
11. Barborlch, Boultes, Necdham;
At St. Louis Brooklyn 1, St. Louis
9. Pastorlus, Bell, Hitter; Fromnio,
At .Pittsburg New York 1, Pitts
burg 2. YVUtse, Bowermuu; AVIIIIs,
- All -American league games sched
uled for Monday weco postpoued -on
uccount of fain, w jjt
I'AItltELL . SUSPENDED.
For fuiluro to keep himself in
cuidition to play, Frank Earroll,
tlio right fielder of tho Limo
niiniMK, woi Nispendi'd yestordijv
for (ho remainder, of tho season.
u0 i,lu, been reserved for uwt belt
f ll. ..T !.. I..1 .lH MM -. A M tflH l.A
of all pleasant anticipations at tho coming event, hnd casts over licr a
nhnrlnw tt rrlnntn which Cflnfiot he shaken off. Tliniiannda of wfifflifn
have found th
that the use of Mother's Friend during pregnancy rob
of all pain and danger, and insures safety to life of mother?
4nd child. This scientific liniment
tunc of their most crittcalvtn
barry women safely throughtho
i gently prepares mo system xor
sickness and other dis
comforts of this period.
iSold by all druggists at
Si.oo ncr bottle. Book
'containing valuable information frccVf
VTho Bradfictd Regulator Co., Atlanta, Ga.
: )f ith
WORTON SCORED HEAVILY
. . : ,. ft,,. j -
Has not tHe 'Nerve' "dnd Ex
Kihlfting of .Umpfres for 'the Akron'i
VUurnpa ociica uicaiva oiuim
t Against Charles H.
Youngstown, O., Sept. 23. -The fact
hat 'the leaders of. tho 0. & P.
enguo have been loading up for the
fnal series In one of tho gicatest con-
tsts that has ever been Known In
.nseball, with threo teams inmost
together) for the pennant, Is uot al
together' to tho liking of tho fans
vho liavo been following tho game
fiom tho Btart of the season,
It Is unsportsmanlike, to say tho
least, and tho president of the leaguo
htiH boon lnmelv to blame for It,
t'hero has been loading up on tho 1
part of Akron, Youngstown, Newark
and Mansfield. Right or wrong, all
he teams have been guilty of tho
violation of tho rules of fair play
In tho games, nnd the fans have not
Newark bus been helped along by
Marty Hognn, tho manager of the
Zanesvillo P. O. M. leaguo team,
1 1-. u. ill. il-ubuu itu.u, I
ind In his' determination to have
YouiiKstown loso tho pennant this
.1 .1 1 .1 . ..I 1
year, ne naq siiKiiuy iiveruieppeu niin
self. At the begnlnnilig of 'tho season
the cry was "Oh, It Marty was only
here." Marty wasn't and niaybo It
was too jmd that he wasn't. But
Marty has been doing things that
has lost him friends here nnd in
Some of tho other leagues. Jlogan Is
a good manager. No 0110 denies that
But thcra nro others. Since the tlmo
that he contracted to send his players
to the Newark team of the O. 6 P.
leaguo after Jijs season closed with
his team a third, ho has been losing
friends In the city and then somo In
tho league. It Is too bad that his
ustutoneRs did not lead him other
wise In this matter, for .Matty was
tho Idol of tho city when ho had
pennant winners and In tho forcnart
of this year, when things In u base
ball way were not breaking Just right.
as to i'rcsldont Morton, it is u
certainty that If the O, & P. leaguo
holds together another year that
Morton will not bo presldont. Ho
hasnt tho nervo nud he hasn't the
oxecutlvo ability which woiild coin-
mend him to the league for another
For Instance, who ever heard of 11
president bowing to tho commands of
his home town and puttliiK In an um
pire that thoy -wanted?
In tho Akrou-Youncstown series.
when It was nip and tuck for each
und every game, Bannon whom there
Is no fairer or squaror umpire In tho
league, was sent to Slinron, nnd Lint
was sent to tho YQuiigstown-Akron
Somo of tho fans aro asklnc whv
Hart should not have been thero with
the Indicator nnd not List. Hart
fears none, ns ho hns shown. Ho
may not bo thp best umniro in tho
world, but nil Akron could not dis
courage him, Ho would bo there.
At that Akron has lost bomcthimr 1
wun tno Youngstown people. As tho
guests of tho Youngstown team, any
number of fans from the city up tho
state could come here and recolvo
courteous troatmont. If tho fans
didn't oxactly liko tho people; who
came here for 11 Sunday or a holiday
gamo, that was nil right, Thoro was
no throwing of bottles ; thero were
no riots excopt to get a good place
on a street car; theie wore no In
sults thrown nt player or umpire. If
a team playing aaljist t)io locals
iiiiiuu u goou pioy, jvno woro tne peo
ple who gave the first hand? The
fans-who swore by tho locals.
Ask-tlio players from all towns and
air work, on short
"hurryn!f, ioh of laundry
-4Jtu a r
Is nn ordcnl vrWch tin
women approach with'
indescribable fear, fotj
nothing compares with,
the pain nnd horror of
child-birth. Tho thought'
vim . 1. .Hi.Kii.H. fclnll..'
is a god-send to all women at tho
Not onlv does Mother's Frlcnif
perils of child-birth, Ifut its S
mJ m m Jwff'l '
they will say that the Youngstown
fans have been the fairest and niosj,
appreciative. It didn't mako nny dif
ference whether a drlvo scooped oft
the ground or a fly nailed on tha
fence meant the defeat or tho winning
of nvgnmo, tho players got tho band.
Tho rnns -were entirely niipurimi u
tho subject and the players knoij; It,
nf 'nltbougli souio of tho fans of other
or!c!tles don't. '
Can you Imagine a prettier raco
than the present one?( It Is a fight all
nlong down tho homo stretch and a'
villainous fight at that.- Tho team
that wins out will know that it has
come all tho way fast and Hicn some.
There Is little question but that
Youngstown and Akron have been do-
lug the work 1" the past fow dnye,
Newark, overloaded witn new players,
has been out In the southern part of
tho stntd playing medlocro bnll and
winning, while Youngstown and Ak
ron have boon battllnc with their
shut-out games and tho dlsrcputublo
riots In tho Rubberneck City for tho
There will bo some things doing
this week. Youngstovn and Akrojv
aro pitted against tho same teams for
the finish and Newark has played all
her games way from home. AVho will
wiu? ,If Newnrk does, sho slides In
betwen tho Akron and Youngstown
teams, which liavo proven themselves
superior. Npwnrk will bo U10 only
team which will liavo to contend with
President Morton's ruling Hint an O.
& P. teain cannot sccuro n player
from another team after the- season of
tho other leaguo Is over.
Tho.ro is, a possibility that- the.
Lime Burners; will disband for tho
schson tomorrow iii'ght. Tho club
will then ihavo finished its games
with Newark nd there will 1 email
but the contests with Lancaster. iAh
tho standing of neither of the
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