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CHICAGO IS STRONG ENTRANT IN THE A. L. PENNANT RACE Whit® Sox Can Go Into Third Place Today By Beating the New York Yankees lii Pitching staff is the I BEST in the country Young Faber Is One of the Main stays of Crew—Ed Walsh Is Coining Buck Those demon White Hose by beat ing New York today will go Into third place. By a steak of the percentage standings Chicago, by winning from a club in seventh place, will change place* with a club In third place, Chi cago Iteelf now being fourth. 80 closely are Detroit. Washington land Chicago bunched behind Phila delphia that no matter whether De troit or Waahington win in th» ir iSiis afternoon, tne Callahans, if tVey ♦ in, will go ahead of the loser at Washington. The table for the three teams will be a* follow* if the White Sox win and the Tiger* win Detroit tv 46 i. "7 tvt. .V 4 Chicago . .. V 43 L, 36 tvt. .544 Washington .. 'V. 43 I. 37 IVt 6(4 The table for the three teams will be as follows if the White Sox w-in and the Tigers lose. Washington .. W. 44 L 36 Pet. .67.0 Chicago ... W 43 L *6 Pet. ..*>44 p*troit W. 45 L. 34 Pet .543 That t.he White Sox have to he reck oned with in the pennant battle Is con ceded. With Ed Walsh looking some w-hat like the iroh man of old now the White Sox have one of the greatest .pitching atalTs in the history of base ball. W'hile outside of the pitching staff the baseball fan would hesitate to sin gle out ajiy of the team as real star*. It can be -set dow-n as positive that this aggregation is even now- one of 1 ; the best balanced and most aggres sive teams in the American league ■ It has the best pitrhlnc vtafT in its history and perhaps the greatest of all Callahan’s twirlcrs Is Red F'aber. pra - ? tlcally unknown to baseball till this year. yet new ranking as one of the ( greatest in the game. Some few weeks I® go Faber accomplished the note worthy fear of holding the Athletics tr> one scratch hit in nine inning" 4 ■ Since tbat time he has come with a rush and he promises to be the sen satlon of the year \t the present , time he Is doing the stunt previously [ enacted by Big Ed Walsh and Walter Johnson. At the critical moment when his 'tram ties the spore or get* that one run edge he is lumped in by Callahan and he never fails to hold his oppon ent* safe. Next in effectiveness comes "Butch er” Benr, who has pitched one no-hit game this season and a couple of one hit games. Also thin great hurling Ptaff reckons Jim Scott. Eddie CJcotte. Lefty Russel), and a couple of young aters who can be sent in to work tn a pinch "n Rut with Ben 7 Pabrr. Cicottr Scott, Russell and Walsh ready to work 1n turn there Is little chance for the youngsters getting into a game except Jit very remote periods. the bat one of the fin"*’ IcTi narrate hers In the land performs, lay Scnalk. great last vo«r hut even reater this season, a splendid re eiviar .a brainy youngster, an accur te thrower and a fine batsman, clipse* anybody else in this position lo clever i« Snhalk that mother first iate performer Red Kuhn get* lit- Re chance to work T With Fournier improving in hi* yrork every day the Sox possess a bet ter than average Infield. Rlackburne lhas at last come into his own and his tatting, bnserunnlng and fielding 'lave cut a big figure in the team’s recent remarkable showing Weaver, the captain. Is even excelling Black bume, and a clever substitute in Ber ger can jump in and fake either man’s place. At third to. young Rreton. a civil en gineer and recent graduate of the T’nl versity of Illinois. So well does Calla han think of him that he Jumped him irto Alcock’s place before he had at tained his diploma and even when the tenm was starting to win Breton was grinding away at his final exam inations. Tn the outfield the present trio are performing admirably. There are few better ball players in the country than ~John Collins, the right fielder. He is a consistently hard hitter, a fair ha*e runner and fine ground roverer He throws well also, and his all-around work has been a big factor In the team success. Ping Bodie, not the fleetest of foot hut a clever fielder and *t times an exceptionally hard hitter Is holding his Job down regularly. In Ray Remmftf the White Sox have a s tery efficient left fielder and a hard hitter. J Furthermore within » short time young Chapprlle. the high-priced ball player purchased the association last anmmer. is expected to report. Wisfortune hna attended this player’s career In the major league and a severe rase of blood poisoning nearly! cost him a leg this spring H*> baa I now recovered from the til-effect* of that malady and 4* now slowly gotting ■ Into shape. When he does get into a 1 uniform and into the game the Calla ban tribe will look more formidable .than ever. Very Unuaual. Here is another MaTk Twain story. ' He had finished his speech at a din-' Her party, and on his seating himself |*a lawyer rose, shoved his hands dee,, Into his trousers' pockets, as wa? his , habit, and laughingly Inquired of i »thoee' "Doesn't It strike this 1, Company as a little unusual that a t humorist should he % fuany?" , When the laughter that greeted sally bad subsided. Mark Twain drawled out* "Doesnt it strike this »• » little unusual that a [llhwyer should have his hands in his 'iwn pockets V •Fara Tear (.rip far ■r. ,t r Trl*,"—. L "Tile Waterway the t»»| r w*,. *r t The hot sultry da vs of summer ars here. AvTld the hrat hv sroirvu tn [Vaeart of the North C'niint'V, r»*rt,rd time* weekly hy D A • Line p*- tetla] etoanirre Murkinsr is the «.|yal MMM for rocrsatlon and rest —Adv Standings AMERICAN LEAGUE **T % > Dl Mi. W l, Pvt l-Ti t Athletics 41 Hit 5.* Huston 4.. " •( ’ Detroit. -4.157.54 PS’ B-'U* 43 34.13 wash'ton 4( 3n .4 t X York *'* *'> 4'*4 Chicago. . 42 30 S.'.l t'lav’land 6- J 33 1 nlrrilitv'ii Hrmilt*. Detroit, 3, Washington ft. I Boaton 2j (lev* land, 1. • 8 1 I*>ui sut Philadelphia tarn j Chicago at New York. rain Tjhlh,«'* liimri. Detroit at \V;ih! i «r -n ‘-. ’ h ht Louis at Philadelphia Cleveland at lioatop. NATIONAL LEAGUE «rt\i>i >«,. \v U't w i.ret. N York 44 30 505 r>r. nn<tl .14 4 4«’ t'hlcag 4 ■- .i. ) v.klyn 417 4 t St Incuts 41 3S* i" Plttehur* 7' 1* 465 i’bllilefl.. 36 (7 4s j Htutt on. 33 43 44 0 1 rilrriliir'i Umiilt*. rhlllia*. 5*2 Cincinnati. S-6. 61 Imiiii 80-rtoh. f N«w York. 12 Chit ag >. *. Brooklyn at Pittsburgh; rain. I »<lv >'■ (iinnri. J Boston at st I/ouis | New York at Chicago Phillies at c*ln mnatl Brooklyn at Pittsburgh FEDERAL LEAGUE *> I 4 N Dl N 14. n I.IVI W LPrt Chicago' 44.1! «.7 Brooklyn 34 34 514 1 ! nd’ap’lis 4’ tv r t K.an City 3 44 44 3 j Baltimore 40 37. 133 Louts 3-4 4 5 4l«i ■ Buffalo.. 3 7 3.i .ill Pittsburg 3 4.’ 417 YMtrrdaT'* Kr.nlta Kama* cuj 7 Indianapolis 2. i Baltimore, 3 Buffalo 1 (Flrat game * Baltimore 7 Buffalo. 2 i Second game. Chi- ago. .11 St. IjOUla, 0. SOUTH MICHIGAN LEAGUE sT \ > 1)1 >«;. W I. P. r W 1. Prt Toledo .-, j o i f»f.o \f ri m a fl 1 oak Jackson.. 1 e j, oc fit Bend e i oAt> Flint .. 1 a j .to tiny I'ltv o 1 .one Saginaw l o 1 on.» Kftt’iti'mo a 1 non i Adrian » a i • ' ■ rtt Cre*k n 1 l>«tf rilm'» Hrsnlta. Toledo, l Battle Creek. 0 .Jackson 6 Kalamaaoo o ' Flint, i Bay rity. t Saginaw i Bend 3. Adrian. 6 Mt Clemens. 1. Today's l.amri. Btv r'ltv at Flint. Toledo at Rattle ("reek Adrian at Mt Clemens Saginaw ;i* South Bend Kalamazoo at Jackson INTERNATIONAL LEAGt'E >T A M)IM.. 75’ LPct \V I, P-( Baltimore 5c 24 641 Vewark 34 37 413 Rochester 44 31 ...t. Toronto 34 40 4/4 Buffalo t< 33 ’7l Montreal 25 51 ,329 Province 43 33 5<M .terse V C 36 52 Yesterday’s Results. Baltimore 7 Trovldence 4. Toronto. * Rochester. 6 | AMERICAN ASSOCIATION i *T i Mil >44. tV LPct TV I* Pet. * MU t’lkee 4 s 36 571 Kan Cjtv 44 43 M 7 ijO'iisville 4; U %<4 .Minap’li* 4'.’43 4 ">l Jnd’ap‘]ls 47 4 2 -.24 4'ol rn»>us |A 45 471 ( lev'land 11 41 531 St Paul 5169,a«0l Vesterdar’a Results. Cluv»lan4t—s- Kansas *~’lty ■-». tt|lwauk«c '< Indianapolis 7 Minneapolis at Columbus ra;n I.oulsvllle 6 jst Pmil 5 BOX SCORE DKTROTT _ . A B Ft H O A FI Rush, *#, f it i e s o Ported, ."lb < ft 2 0 1 f! Cnhh. r. f ......... 1 o ft 1 o a rrawfunt. r.f t i j 0 ft n Vea- h. 1 f- • ~ 4 l i j o n Kavanagh, 2h 3 ft t j £ o Hums. lb. 2 ft \ lo 4 n Stanage, c 4 " l 4 2 ft Hu hue, p ; . 4 0 « | .1 0 Totals. , . . jn 2 s2* *»*» 0 WASHINGTON"" Mueller, r f . 4 ft ; ft. j n Foster, 3b .7 0 1 2 0 1 Milan c. f 3 1. a 3 J, n Gandll, Ih 4 ft o • 3 , t Williams, c. 3 ft 2 2 2 1 ■' :k# 1 t. .2 " | 4 } ft Morgan, 2b 3 ft j r. 3 ~ Mcßride, s s. ........ 1 0 ft *, 7. j A v res, p 2 ft *ft ft 4 •*h» w . l> ft o v ft 1 o , •Schaefer ft n ft ft ft a Totnl* 27 0 A 27 17 4 Batted for A vrew in eighth Inntiißoi 1 2 3 4 », ft 2 « n j» 1 ‘etroi* ft ft ft ft ft (i 1 0 1 --2 Washington ft ft ' ft ft ft ft ft ft _<> 7 Two-haae hit* Purtell. Ve.n'h Wfl l.ams Three base b*t Poster, Hits— T'fT Ayres ft in S innins* oft Shaw 2 n t Inning double pinv* Bush 'to Burns <?j. Morgan to M'-Hrtde to <»an ’* *■ bh*t k» t • Morgan !>f» on base, • ' ' t First baai , vwJ**!. "" T >’tbuc, 2 Ayres 3. Sh* w , I ir*t hMf r»n errors Ifo)( 3 Tfrijrk ~v • ' K yy* t■ • , Lnipires I7gan uml liven* Flashes From the Big League Diamonds The t.lnnts sow are sure of Ht leHsi an even hrenk nlih thr t aba, bnt resterdar’i victory didn’t c*rr\ «nj tprrlsl u lor, t«lth It. It wn» n "llil mid uihi||) sraflon. 1 >rnisrrr tana ilrltrn to raver sail thr rattle of hits off Hetty roiil«J l*e hrard for mltee n run nil. Thr (•tante also did roneldem hie mtlrk- ItilC Ihrmsrhrs. Summlnu up. the gsme produced ‘js hits, 1.1 to the t.lNiifa ead l.'l to thr tube. Inrltidrd In fhle bundle "err four- home rune, oar trtplr end Sir I" o-hnaarre. Inch frnru pilllrd tbrrr rrror*. I’hr I‘hilllra nnd t Inrlnnnfl Itrrin Itrokr run In tbrir double-brodrr. It 11 hr Denton. In the arrond ire me. Irt thr rhllltra ilown *slfh ft rr bite. Ihr t erdiunla K r H hl.nl thrlr Itnmr out of thr Srr In thr ninth off llosion. % doitl>lr lit Him hr. n "elk end Knottier donhtr b» Hln- Kvrt dli| tkr work Sni ilm mu, arr the tmrrlrnn • ren ne rare turned |na|dr out. %a mniiira non etnad o»»,ty four nnd e hetf senira arpnretr the \thlet- Ira. | n Aral plnre. nnd thr Arovtae la ninth. *hore. eerr n 1 1« acquired h> Hon. ton from thr llnlttnforr latrrnu. tlonnla. held thr I letrlnnd \npa Mtlraa for al\ Innlna*. O'lrlt then tripled I alnalr hr Umar, rr hftcti hillnnrt rrprearnted thr rmtrat of thr \«p hatting for thr day. JOHNSON MEETS 'OE JEANNETTE TONIGHT NEW YORK. July IR.—Rattling Jim Johnson, who fought Jack Johnson, In Paris, will meet Jne Jeannette at the Stadium A. C. tonight, in a scheduled 10 round bout THE DfclK O 1 I IIME S. WEDNESDAY* J l L 15,1911. BOTH HEAVYWEIGHTS ARE CONFIDENT Gurner Sr’ilh and Gt*or>jt*s 1 ar pentier Eath Think’* He Will U in Tomorrow’s Hout LONDON. July If. I’rinit ! and i r* uJ.v for th’ ir "Jo rot/nd iLlu ..t Olym pU tomorrow night both (iunboat Smith. ■ V •!1 ' • ' VW4 igip. j find x .w prTTrtt’r. Tnurt h chntn- I piou. today t‘\pr«s*til lii. gre»i**at confidence oi victory t'arpcnt-ior wa> 4it*n a r< murkabl® reception uiHiii hl> arrival h**t’- H«» did only light work today, t'urpen tur ji manager. I)ea Camp. l became *»o euthuMartic that he predicted iJeotgea would knock Gunboat out in tw< or three rounds \t Harrow. Smith put in hts last work today an.', ret .sed to be disturbed bj tin- prophesy ‘That’ll b* uotn some, won’t it”’ was th« only vtamnent oi th** tlunner Betting was at even money today These oacKitu- >t;.’.t'. .(!•• count in gon his heavy punch- to end the fight in ah »a:u> re'.;' - ; Ilu > -1 » led be!i*ne t arpentier wi 1 b> k enough to g»u aw ay from Smitit as he has been able to dodge away from the Euro pean fighter- On the other head th* Fren< hmau's ia kers point' it tl it 'kt entier stayed rounds w ith Joe L an»‘tte He has al*»> denionatrated. ttiat he carries a knockout punch, and with this speed and cleverties 4 "It will be a ha" 1 fight, hut l am confident of w inning ‘ =aid ( arpentier today ‘1 have been warred of Smith’s punch and prenared for if Tom Kenned> n* -nurri’ g partner, knows Sriilth < style and 1 have trained to meet it "You know it only >ne punch ,to do t k e * orksaid <r .nb >at "I have to smile at fhi■* talk of my he ing slow I will guarantee to move , fist enough ro k»‘°p Carpentter busy. His style of fanning his arm* Jump ing and prancing won't bother me. I «xj ec’ to win before the twentieth round." Tremendous interest ha* been aroused In the fight, and it 1* expect ed that ?o.nno persons will be at the rinc.-ddc Carpeptier was wiidlv cheered wherever } ’e appeared today. On arrivln.’. ('arj-'entler enter*>d a car riage. whereupon admiring French man unhitched the horses and thetn selves pulled the carriage to a hotel, followed hy a cheering throng. >T. E! MO WINS" FROM SPRAY AT PUT-IN-BAY PET--IN-RAvT«> . Julv 15. St. Elmo, a Detroit Yacht club boat, and Spray, a Toledo boat, fought In our here yes terday in the race for 21 footers, St, Elmo winning after a gruelling race. These two boats took the, lead of the other entrant* and made the race a battle between them Fullerton Dope The autolst who started speeding at One Hundred and First st.. thinking he was out of Chicago, evidently was a St Ixtuisan trying to belittle the Windy city. fthlcago aldermen hare been sent to Paris to study vice conditions — that s Just like sending pitchers to the White Sox Judging from attendance figures the leagues ought to drop Philadel phia Pittsburgh. Cleveland. Chicago and St lx>uis and take Davenport. Se. dalia. Muscatine. Wappingera Fall* and Kentland. Ind , instead A long process of law was recently gone through in Hartford, Conn . in order to free a house from a sl4 mort gage which had been on ft since 1883 without any knowledge of the fact on the part of Its present owners NO TAG Necessary on This Car 1915 Model 21 WINTON SIX W hen most cars look alike and require state license tajrs to distinguish one owner’s car from another, the notably different U'inton Six is a charming r 1 relief. Has a unique and restful beauty that is varied to suit the individual taste of earh buyer. Your personal car will be distinctly yours—not simply anybody’s. . . Finest of equipment including 1 electric starter, if you say so. And its motor is far and away the best we have ever produced. Get an early delivery. The Motor Car Cos. I hone North 473.1. 09R Woodward Avenue. Summer Meeting at Windsor Track Opens; Frontier Features The summer meetmg «>f the Wind* sor Jockey club opfui tod«' with the «r»at Frontier Handicap, v»lu« and at *1 »>OO, us the feature of the day’s rn» Ing Hesld's the Frontier six other race* are scheduled The steeplechase has been called off and u flat r ice substi tuted because of the precarious con dtti >n off »iie track The threatening a eat her this morn I tug was frowned at b\ the horsemen who had hoped for sunshine r.oi>d White Drops Yoakum in 19th, Ending a Terrific Battle DENVER. Col , Jul> IS “1 believe Stanley Yoakum is the nantest, to 1 cn jest tighter In the world.' Tbts was the tribute paid tod.iy by I Charley White to the man he knew k**<l lout in the nineteenth round of « scheduled 20-round bntti* •* r* las i night }. In boxing, punching abiUtj and ring generalship White greatly outclassed j Yoakum, but the latter showed an al most superhuman endurance which (prevented a knockout after he had staggered, groggv. through five auc jeessive rounds lHiring the first 1b rounds Yoakum had the better of it fighting rtggre* slvely all the way In *h** eleventh White opened up, and from then on DUBUC SHUTS OUT WASHINGTON AND TIGERS RISE AGAIN TO SECOND PLACE WASHINGTON. July IS The Tt gers went back into second place and shoved the Senators down to third place by beating theru yesterday here, 2 to 0. Jean Dubuc pitched shutout ball for the Tigers. "Doc'* Ayres pitched finely for Washington, also, and was left in the eighth inning to make way for a pinch-hitter. Jim Shaw finished the game Each club got eight hl's The Ti gers managed to insert theirs at slightly more opportune moments and they made safe use of them once they got on bases. Oscar Stanage, Tiger catcher, wen* Into the series and checked the wild base running that the Nationals had been staging right along on the rookie catchers Ty Cobh got hack Into the game at The Gatlin Institute for Liquor and Drug Habits v. eather mom tug would have put the track in fairly good ahape and would hare brought out the largest ( rowd e*et attending a race event in Windaor Fifteen thousand i**M»pl** were expected The had weather whh'h flowed up the track grea'ly upset all the dope It. the handicap Then* are nine en rrant* with Schorr 1 * David Craig look mg Ilk** the favorite The horses »n --ti r* <1 a r « among the clkaniest on the Canadian track. jit wan all White. He scientifically | chopped Yoakum* face with his | I straight loft until it was covered with ’ ! blood From the fourteenth round on White kept landing terrific riuht , i swine* to Yoakum's jaw. administer .mg terrible punishment Yoakum staggered blindly, hut kept boring in In the nineteenth White put his oppo nent down with a right to the Jiw but the IVnver boy was on his feet at once and fought another minute before a scries of lef*s and rights put him down for the count. Nine thousand persona saw the hat tie and the gross receipt* were $12.- 000 White gets 4b per cent and Yoa kum SI,OOO White will meet dae Azevedo at San Francisco next i month. i renter field. He failed to get a hit. however It wS he several days be fore he strikes his stride again The first rus cams in the seventh inning Some poo** fielding by Ayers left Kavanagh saf*- at first and put Veach on third when Marty tried to sacrifice after Veach had doubled Veach scored on Hums long fiy to Shanks, which would have been a *riple hut for extraordinary work by the fielder Shan es immediately pulled another robbery, this time getting Stanage rend doubling Kavanagh. who had rounded second and failed to touch It returning to the hag after the | catch The second run came off Shaw in the ninth. Crawford singled and f ook third on Kavanagh's smash. Burns walked, filling the bases. Veach hav ing bunt-filed out Stanage forced Burns, and narrowly escaped a double ; play, Crawford scoring Do you want to "get back on your feet"' Have you some frienc. relative or an em ployee whom you want to help? 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We will, however, continue our ser vice headquarters at the factory branch building. Boulevard and Mt. Klliott.i so that owners are now ottered the double convenience of a second service station in connection with our new Woodward Avenue salesrooms. Our used car department will he lo cated at the factory branch building. However, Mr. H. L. Havies, who is in charge, has established his office at the Woodward Avenue branch Motor rar service has been provided for those who desire to look over the remarkable val ues we have in used cars. For the benefit *>f those not familiar with our car policy, which has proven so popu lar and successful during the pa*t year, we make this statement I*very used tar before being placed on sale by us is first thoroughly overhauled- practically rebuilt, if necessary— and put in first class running condition T u* i' an unusual policy, to be sure, but one that pav« in the !<>ng run Whether von are in the market for anew Krit /‘the moderate priced car with the high priced quality features”—or a used car in ex cellent running condition, backed by the far- * torv guarantee —it will be well worth your while to get in touch with us. KRIT MOTOR CAR COMPANY 1225 Woodward Ave. K. R. MONTGOMERY, BRANCH MGR AMUSEMENTS. WAYNE HOTEL GARDENS A1 way* Cool rx) i 'otnforta bio Foot Third 4v»ntir—On (he Kltrr. I>adles Without Karorts Not Admitted FNenlngs EDDIE McGRATH Detroit's Favorite Marttont. 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Fontchartrain Stake , Cl CftQ Saturday, July IS, year-olds‘and up. sJIAjs#VW six furlongs Detroit Stake Cl COO on^a * r * * n * v u)i.jUU Uve snd one-half 2 year-olds “*t wvv furl-.tors D. & C. Stake Cl GAA Wednesday, July 22, 3- and up xPA|S#W tins mile. Most of (he best handle*p horses In (he country nre entered, '•even hHMlnnt rnces will be contested rnch day. Hand concerts exery afternoon b> the Twentj-tlrst He*lment Rant First Race at 2:30 P. M. Detroit Time V*r!x nte boxes fin be sceured nn application nt the offlee nt th# rree track. ADMISSION $1.50 LADIES SI.OO buar dos director* voted to go to the court mat again with the mogul* of the game. Th«j case in point la that of Player Kraft, who wan drafted l»v Brooklyn from a Southern uH*oclation team, Jimt previous to the fratemlty-com* mission working agreement that made compulsory * waiver route through various classification* for all player* released by major or big minor leagues. The National commission or* dered Kraft to Nashville. Newark, a clas* A A club, wanted Kraft, -and refused to waive, Then came a reported reversal by the Na tional commission of it* ruling order ing Kraft to Nashville nter the com* miaaton communicated to Fultz that Its first "pier was Irrevocable, it i* on this point that the Kraft case, It Is said, will go Into the rourta. AMUSEMENTS Q I•A AT WKEK! SEE IT TODAY I KELLERMAN In the Urcslcst Spectacle O Sei‘Tl NK , » DAI OHTtCR Mght at Hi IS—2«c. !%Oc. Ma tl nee I lull « nt 21.10 2ftc. T BRING THE CHILDREN . GARRICK M "*' 1 0,1 ■ *• I burs.. Snt. lr „ „ fa4l FIFTH XK.ASON—IKI IIM) \A KKK The Btnstello Company A I*l. A \ I IUMMM OF tlONtf HOOD AM* POI.ITIC*. “THE WOMAN" ,n C. DEMM.I.I.. A M*H'l *•—3tVc A WHwt Feta Seats 7Ac. GAYETY < adlllac *q. AM. R 1 1 * Mates «t. AA F.F.K I.ADIFS t„ MATS. i Oc. ..Mats MM.Fils HI Ml l >t|| F. ' Dalle • ' iTHALMfI IA NEW IMM F.A. J 50C Acxt Week—Another Surprise. 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