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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUN-TELEGRAM, RICHMOND, IND., FRIDAY, DEC. 30, 1921.
PAGE ELEVEN ATLAS, MOTORCYCLES, LADDIES ARE VICTORS IN 3 GAME CONTEST Playing with only four men. the Kaysee basketball five went down to defeat Thursday night In the high school In the first game of the Com munity Service league. Considering the fact that the Kaysee had only four men in their lineup they put up a fine exhibition. The final score was 20 to 8. II. Swallow of the Atlas five was the principal scorer of the game making 12 points. Geier scored the most for the losers making 6 of the 8 points made by his team. ' The lineups and summary; Atlas (20) Kaysee (8) H. Swallow F Dillion Brown F Metz R. Swallow C Geier Christ G Kllnger Rowe G Field goals Brown 1, H. Swallow . R. Swallow 1, Rowe 2, Metz 1, Geier 2. Foul goals Geier 2. Referee Mulligan. The Hill's Laddies and the Bever ages staged the real battle in the sec ond game which resulted in a well earned victory for the Hill's Laddies, by the score of 16 to 13. The Laddies rallied In the finai half and overcame a three point lead . obtained by the Beverages. The score at the end ot the firat half was S to 5 in favor of the Beverages. H. Fitzgibbons was the bright light of the game for the losers, playing the floor well and making 10 of the points scored by his team. H. McBride was the bright light for the winners, scor ing 7 points and playing a good floor game. t The lineups and summary: Laddies (16) Beverages (13 H. McBride F H. Fitzgibbons Moore F Connerton Cully c Ballinger Peters G L. Vinton Brumley G J. Vinton Substitutions Eubank for Moore, Harding for Brumley, Sudhoff for Cul ly, Hodapp for Peters. Field Goals H. McBride 3, Cully' 1. Eubanks 2, Sudhoff 1, H. Fitzgibbons 4. Connerton 1. Foul Goals H. McBride 1, H. Fitz Ribbons 2. L. Vinton 1. P.eferr e Mulligan. The Indianapolis Glove basketball team lost a rough fought game to the Motorcycles in the high school gyro by the score of 10 to 8. The Glomes played with out the services of sever el of their regular men, who were unable to be present Thursday night. The game was marred by the rough tac1ic3 used by both team?. Hawekotte was the heavy scorer, making 6 points during the contest, all of them being from the free throw line. The points on the Motors were evenly divided among the members of the team . The line-uo and sumniarv: Motors 10 Parish O'Malley Campbell Webb Mott Field Goals Campbell 1 Bowling HOOSIERS GET TWO GOOD OUTFIELDERS " FROM GIANTS AS PART OF SHINNERS DEAL COMMUNITY SERVICE LEAGUE The summaries: Himes Dairy. Player 1st. 2nd 3rd Tl. A v. j D.Woods 19S 150 145 493 164: H. Woods 112 129 113 354 113 ' Bubanks 126 143 179 448 149! Schroeder ...150 136 176 462 154. Goeble 139 151 178 488 103 Handicap 81 81 81 ! Team totals.. 806 810 877 ... H. S. Teachers Player 1st 2nd 3rd Tl. Van Etten 146 123 139 408 Schlough 170 134 ' 134 438 Griffith Ill 153 150 414 McNally 115 166 154 435 Fultz 151 159 169 479 Handicap .... 90 90 90 Team totals.. 783 825 836 ... High average D. Woods, 164. High score D. Woods, 198. . Player J. Moss . . . Hampton . Elliott G. Moss... Niewerth . Handicap . Pole Climbers. 1st 2nd 3rd Tl. ...121 130 117 368 ...133 186 197 516 ...154 113 136 403 ...108 108 137 353 ...108 110 107 325 ...167 167 167 ... Av. i 136 '- 146 ! 138 . 145 ! 16.) t A,. I 123 ! 172 ; 134 ! us! 108 I Team totals.. 791 814 761 Player- Byrkett . . . Livingston Handicap . , King's Hats. 1st 2nd 3rd Tl. Av. ! ..165 119 152 427 112 1 ..124 122 143 389 13't ..155 152 143 450 150 ..163 160 170 493 161 ..122 122 122 366 122 72 Team totals.. 792 747 802 ... High average Hampton. 172. High score Hampton, 197. I Q w IMf iti-1 La I ' pgWkJ W g FANS FORGOT WORK OF HEYDLER, JOHNSON Chips and Slips Purdue continued her winning civnil- T! .... -4 : l J. '. I IN BASEBALL 1 ANbLtb l lof,ed, the warbsh at 0.. t vine in one of the best played games I 'hat has every been seen on the Craw- ny rnK c. memvE t fordsville floor. The final score was Apparently Ban Johnson and Jounj34 to n3 foal pitchjng of Tjite Heydler have retired from active par-; was the feature of the game, the Le- Danon boy making 10 cut of 12 chances. ! ticipation in baseball's affairs. ! One hears about "Landis did this" j land "Landis did that" and "Landisi UTLER BASKETEERS REMAIN IN TRAINING TO TAKE YALE GAME (By Associated Press) INDIANAPOLIS, Dec. .30. Christ mas Bocial functions have meant little to the Butler college basketball squad this year. Strict training rules have hepn in forc throughout the holidays paid" and "Landis will do this" one tainment on his violin last week, j they might be in shape lo meet th hears golden, glorious praise of all which was very fine. He imitated the j Yale university five here tonight. Yal that Landis is doing and is presumed to have done alone and unaided. But one hears noihing at all about what JoSnscn or Heydler have done. The hero worship which certain sport writers are indulging in has car ried them along to such weird heights that they are ignoring the existence nf Johnson and Hevtller. Ignoring the splendid efforts of both, according all ! old cane mill, the mule, the sow and i the praise to Landis and attronung 1 1" ys, uie -imansas lraveier, me the two men who already have done) old spinning wheel and various other mure for hasphall than Landis possi-! things. bly ever can do. Rev. Lawrence Wheeler preached a Landis is good newspaper copy. He I couple of good sermons, and then C. is something colorful, something pic-jW. Lane passed around the hat. turesque, something new. But that) The collection was 65 cents for the accords to no one the license to take j young preacher, who thanked the au the position that everything good thati dience for their good behavior and dis has happened in baseball lately has missed them to their homes, been due to the jurist. The glorification of Landis has Slim Sallee, veteran pitcher on the gone to extremes and has acted as New York Giants, has been released ;n injustice to Heydler and to John- j unconditionally by the Giants, it has ueen amiounceu. Bailee uas ocen in National league sine? 1908 and nrt i In all fairness to Landis, it must be the is making a trip through, the middle west. -" ... .-. 7 The Butler followers believe the'r team has an excellent chance to win from the big Eastern quintet. The Butler team has a good record in its college games so far this season and has also defeated some strong Inde pendent quintets. Coach "Pat" Page has been develop ing a style of play which he believes will be effective in Etopping Yale. The visitors, having a pair of heavy guar's are expected to play a defensive game but Page hopes to havo a system which will break through the Eastern ers' defense. Following the Yale game Butler will play its next big college gartsw with Notre Dame here on Jan. 5. A game with Centre college has been scheduled for Jan. 21. The Eutler squad has now been cut to fourteen men. Those now on the varsity squad are Capt. Hooker, Leslie. Middlesworth, R, Jones, Brown, Ros- i. v. u nnyiniiaiv o with fhs pvcpntion of Ffl Knnetchv. is enstlhL P.. Jones. Graham. Klack. Har- id iiihl lie uaa uut uiia-iuujij " - i - - - - . ' Glives 3 . .F Hawekotte . . . F Martin ...C Allstadt . . -G Pool ...G Brunner Parish 1. OMallev 1. Webb 1, Martin. Foul Goals Hawkotte Referee Mulligan. JOHNSON EXPLAINS "JACK RABBIT" BALL fBy Associated Press) CHICAGO. Dec. 30. Ban Johnson, Arnprcan league president today ex plained the reasons for the "Jack rab bit." baseball of the 1921 season which zipped from the bat with such start ling speed. The lively ball which some players say was responsible for some of the sensational batting last summer, had been attributed by a por tion of the fans, to some sort of in fide baseball intrigu?. The real cause, said Johnson, was simply that manufacturers were again able to secure good yarns for the spheres. When the war made it im possible to use the better yarn, a cheaper grade which was substituted he explained, and wrapped more tightly than had been the custom. When bettor yarn was again available the manufacturers, failed ,at first, to go back .to the old method of winding. Another cause, he added was that the rubber covering of the cork cores was sometimes uneven in thickness so that when the bntter connected whre there was a good depth of rubber, the ball streaked away in sensational fashion. HIGH SCHOOL FIRST AND SECOND TEAMS SWING INTO ACTION Local high school basketball first and second teams will get into action when the first team meets Eaton at the Ohio town Friday night and the seconds meet the Hagerstown seconds at Hagerstown. Both teams will meet worthy opposition in their respective) opponents and the battles should prove of the utmost benefit to the locals for a good start for the new year. The first team will be in charge of Manager Clevenger and wfl consist of the following players: Rc it, Hark ins, Kennedy, Graff is, Gree'i, Mattox, Schurnaker, Spaulding, Kessler. This lineup of men will make the trip to Eaton to bring down the hopes of the Buckeye five which have been at a rather high level for the past fw years. Been Practicing Even though Coach Stenger is away on vacation, the high school fives have been working out under Captain Green and he reports that the men are in fairly good condition. The second string men will go to Hagerstown in machines and should experience little difficulty in trouncing the lads of the little town. The men on the second team probably will be: Romey, Hiatt, Reid, Mulligan, Amick, Throckmorton and Nolan. The intertirban leaves the traction station fcr Eaton at 6 o'clock Friday night. Vernon Spencer, left, and Eddie Brown. tempted to create the belief that he j the veteran of the league. has done it ah. ! " what Mfi M'nht Have Done. ' Many followers of the high school ! But, on the other hand. Landis un- J basketball five are planning to accom-j ! doubtedlv has noticea tnai ail me i icum i .r.,ciiuu, rnuaj mgm. meson, way. Hall, Briggs, Korfold and Col- When the Indianapolis A. A. club let Ralph Shinners go to the Giants recently the fans were pretty gloomy. But the announcement that Vernon Spencer and Eddie Brown, nifty young outfielders, are two of the four players that the Hocsiers get in exchange for Shinners has cheered them up. Beth are outfielders. Spencer hits from the Babe Ruth side of tha plate. Both are .SCO hitters. DETROIT BUYS CUTSHAW FROM PITTSBURGH CLUB DETROIT, Mich., Dec. 30. George Cutshaw, Pittsburgh National second baseman, has been purchased by the Detroit Tigers, President Frank Navin announced Thursday. Navin said it was a purely cash transaction, but withheld the amount involved. The purchase of the Pirate second baseman is in line with the policy of BUSINESS COLLEGE NET MEN LEADING bouquets have gone to him none to Heydler or Johnson. In view of that, : how nice and sportsmanlike it would have been had Landis sent a state ! menf something like this to the news papers: I -i wnnirl HUa to state that Johnson and Hevdler should get equal credit with me for solving many of the intrt From present indications there will he TIGERS FOOL ROGER; SEND MIDDLETON TO PORTLAND TOLEDO, O., Decs SO. Roeer Bres- Glenn Killinger, star halfback of the Pennsylvania State football team last season, has been offered a position as coach of the Dickerson college. Pa., for next season. Killinger graduates 'cate problems of baseball of this era. from Penn this spring. I appreciate the kindnes of my news- paper friends in giving me all the. After their victory Thursday night glory but it is unfair for them to do over the Wabash five the Purdue quin Un fn mv two associates in the ad- tet will take on the DePauw team at nf3S Sii J! J ITV I FlOHC iBory council have worked as hard as reencabue, naay nigru. -urauo nas iiliftll"iiii I ! I i 8 13 lid I have and their brains nave conceiv- Th v iiintl V3 il mi um w W ;f1 as i-nanv ideas for the betterment (Of baseball as has mine. the Tigers' management to fortify the 'wo-. th,e 1usm? oilJ; f' infield, it was stated. It is planned to ive 19 he thf rnnnd start the season with "Pen" Ymimr at league at the close of the first round. iv.Ti..P!L AKThe College lads have shown consid- cci-Ajnu uaoc, uui x i was auueu, 1U luei . " ; event Young fails to perform up to expectations Cutshaw will replace him. BOSTON INDEPENDENTS SWAMP MINUTE JEN BROWNSVILLE, Ind., Dec. 30. DEPAUW IS READY FOR PURDUE TONIGHT (By Associated Press) GREENCA3TLE, Ind., Pec. 30 De spite victories over two Western Con ference teams and also over Notre Dame the DePauw basketball team is prepared for one of the hardest con tests of the Intercollegiate season whni' it faces Purdue here tonight. The Boilermakers, row touted as the class of the Conference, are expected to offer the toughest opposition that DePauw has encountered this season. The impressive victories over North western, Indiana, Notre Dame and Earlham have not made the Old Gold duintet too confident, its followers say. They declare he team will be on edge when it faces Purdue, but whatever the outcome of the game the Green castle collegians believe that this will bp their winning season. Last years team is almost intact and with an array of veterans Coach Fred Walker expects to have a successful season. PURDUE RALLY WINS GAME FROM WABASH AT CRAWFORDSVILLE CRAWPORDSVILLE, Ind., Dec. 30. A rally in the second half gave the Purdue basketball five a well-earned victory over the fast Wabash five here Thursday night by the score of 34 to 25. It was one of the best basketball games that has ever been witnesspd on a local floor. Sensational basket shoot ing of Gullion and White at the start of the second half put the Purdue five well out in front and they set a. pace that the Scarlet could not overcome. Wabash was leading at the end of the first half by the score of 14 to 12. The work of Miller, star backguard of the Purdue five, was exceptionally good, making the Wabash five resort to long bhots most of the game. White was also in top form, pitching foul goals, making 10 out of 12 chances. Purdue's team work was the best that lias been seen here for some time, all the men fitting in well in the offense. Lineups and summary: llaving won seven games and lost When one recalls the result of the Johnson ruling in the Mays case ana the result of the Landis decision in the Groh incident, one gets the "low- erable improvement since the first of down" on the extremes being inauigea the season and promise a good fight in to heroize lanai for the leadership of the league. Tha; Bitter Strife. Betsy Ross five is close on their trail ; Mays refused to play longer with having won six games and lost two, j the Red Sox a.nd quit the team. He with one more game to play. Provid-ivas traded to New York. Johnson ing they win this contest they will be j ruled that Mays was ineligible to play in a tie for first place with the college anvwhere but in Boston. A baseball lads. war was precipitated by that ruling. Third place finds the Quaker Maids It was the bitterest internal strife narking vprv pnsilv and from present 1 sinrp the trame becan. ?v,riir,nvTi, "-t;ii rnmoin tiioro TVie: fii-rvVi miii Pinrinnafi and wanted to Boston Independent basketball quin-.,v fo 1icit nrv,-ihiv tip thorn i r.hv tiP-.-hPrp said he would play tet had little trouble walloping the is the Kaysees and they have two! no more with the Reds, just as Mays! Connersville Minute Man five on the1, games to be played while the Maids, said anent the Red Sox. Landis rmea have completed their schedule lor mis that uron was not engiuie iu round. To : get a -tie with the Quakers where but in Cincinnati that he had the Kavsees must win both games. to play there or nowhere in organized: The other teams will battle for the baseball. It was a verdict almost ; remaining places as either team can : identical with Johnson's. j go up or down a notch, as there are Landis was cheered to the highest still some postponed games to be play-1 heavens for his ruling by the same J ed. Five games will be played this! coterie of writters who attempted tot week, three games being played Tues- inflame public sentiment against John-i day night at the "Y" and two at the i son for the Mays attitude. j high school gym Thursday night. What's the answer? i Have Key to Cellar ! Landis has done some things for! The Beverages still' remain the eel-( baseball during his tenure of office as lar cVi.in-.nc: and frrvm nmv r.n nrnmise his-li commissioner. He OUETht to almost as many Richmond fans at the i nahan, owner 'of the Toledo American game as there will be Eaton fans. Association" baseball club had his sus picions verified .'Thursday when h learned that " Pitcher Middleton had been traded to the Portland club by Detroit. . Middleton, if will be remembered, wag Toledo's only winning pitcher ii 1920 and was liked so well by De troit scouts that he was gobbled up in the draft. Bresnahan was given to understand that in case Middleton was deemed unfit for big league service the Toledo club was to have first chance at him on his release. The first news of the break with the Detroit club came in a roundabout way but Eresnahan verified it today. Now it developes other deals with the Detroit club are off and as a conse quence Bresnahan admits he does' not really know where his next season's ball club is coming from. high hopes of taking this game. The Motorcycles and the Indianap olis Gloves staged an indoor football game in their contest Thursday night in the high school gym. Both teams used very rough tactics during the contest. The Gloves only made one field goal during the contest. loccal floor Thursday night. The Con nersvivlle lads were completely out classed in all departments of the game The final score was 43 to 17. L. Miller, forward for the Boston five, was the leading point getter dur ing the contest, scoring 21 points. His foul goal pitching was the fea ture of the game, making 9 out of 10 pitches. Points on the Minute Man team were evenly divided. Next Thursday night the Boston five, v ill play the Center-viUe five at Cen terville. The linpup and summary: Boston (43) Connersville (17) L. Miller F Flanagan Ballenger F Talbot Samuels C Capper Dils G Loper Davis G Browf Substitutions Alvey for L. Miller. Kitchel for Davis, E. Miller for Ballen ger, Ballenger for Alvey, Alvey for Dils, Davis for Kitchel, Jones for Tal bot. Field goals L. Miller 6, Ballenger 3, Samuels 6, Dils 1, Alvey 1, Flanagan 2, Talbot 1. Capper 3. Loper 1. Browf 1. Foul goals L. Miller 9. Ixper 1. Referee Stanley, Boston. FABER W. AND J. PRACTICES (Dy Associated Prc-ss PASADENA. Calif.. Dec. 30. With ihe Washington and Jefferson college football team of Washington. Fa., scheduled to detrain here this after noon. Coach Andy Smith of the Uni versity of California took his candi dates for the' honors in the annual east-west football classic here next Monday, to a secluded college field nearby and put them through signals and practice on the forward pass. Wabash (25) Crane Adam Goldsberry Burns .... .F. . .F. . .C. .G. . Purdue (31) Eversman . .. Maslers ... Gullion White Grater G Miller Substitutions: Thorn for Crane, Crane for Burns. Field Goals: Adam 3, Crane 4, Golds berrv 2, Thorn, Eversman, Masters 2, Gullion 5, White 4. Foul Goals: Goldsberry 5, White 10. Referee: Schoemmer. COLORED TEAMS MIX AT COLISEUM TONIGHT Richmond Comets, local colored bas ketball team, will meet the New York State league colored team at the Coli seum Friday night at 7:30 o'clock. The New York team has been travel ing over the country and has met the best colored teams in the section. They come to Richmond from Spring field, Ohio. The local team has been working over time in preparation for the game and they promise a hard fought tilt. No preliminary game will be held, but following the game there will be a dance, open to the audience. The general admission will be 75 cents, in cluding the admission to the dance floor. to give the other teams a good run that's why they re paying him ?4j.&uu. for their money as they have added; But Landis hasnf done it all per some new piayprs to their ros'er 'haps hasn't done any more than John which will strengthen them consider-, Heydler or Ban Johnson, ablv. To date thev have failed toj So its seems a rank injustice that come out on the long end of the score! the greatness of both presidents and in one tingle same. their unceasing eflorts in baseballs Only three "teams have completed behalf, should be fogged by newspa their scheduler, the other seven bav- pers who make a man an idol today tag from one to two games to play, j and then are quite likely to attempt ThP thrcp fpnms tn finish thpir cramesihis destruction tomorrow. WARNING! Say "Bayer" when you buy Aspirin. Unless you see the name "Bayer" on tablets, you are not getting genuine Aspirin prescribed by physicians over 22 years and proved safe by millions for LEAVES HOSPITAL AFTER KNEE OPERATION By- Associated Press) CHICAGO. Dec. 30 Urbnn Faber, White Sox pitcher and premier twirler of the American league, according to recently issued pitching records of 1921. has left the hospital here, whore he underwent an operation on rigni Kiiee, miu nas jiuiif m ins iujiiiu , iiji's i aiiac 1. T T-.. V 1-1 JU1T. r ill i,an:auf, luwa. raner was nuuuiru : pi. Beverages . . . are the Business college. Quaker Maids I and the Atlas fives. These three teams j will not get into action next week. j All the teams are playing a better j brand of basketba'I, with several hav-i ing a complete change of rosters from the start of the season, which has add ed much strength to the team? and has made the league a much faster organization. Following is the league standing: ; Teams Won Lost Pet. 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Aspirin is the trade mark of Bayer Manufacture of Monoaceticacldester of Salieyllcacld Faber was troubled w ith his knee toward the end of the 1921 season and decided upon the op- eration so thai: he would be in good i condition when the club embarks on I its spring trip. 0 -77S-.750 ; .ItSY ; .500. 445 .429; AW Silo .000; POULTRY Plenty of Ducks, Geese Chickens at and Auto Hood & Radiator Covers Don't take any chances those cold days by having; your ei.'gme get cold and hard to start. radiator to freezing. or by exposing1 your TO UMPIRE BIG GAME (By Associated Press) PHILADELPHIA, Dec: 30. Robert W. Maxwell, who has been selected as umpire for the Intersectional foot ball game next Monday between Cen tre college and Texas agricultural and mechanical college, l.-ft today for Dallas. RECALL "LEFTY" O'DOUL. (By Associated Press) SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 30. "Lefty" O'Doul, pitcher for the San Francisco club, has been recalled by the New York Yankees, he announced today. Although official notification had not been, given club officials, they said they expected the recall and that it carries out arrangements entered Into when O'Doul was shifted to San Fran cisco from Vernon hist season. GET $23,000 INSURANCE BECAUSE OF RAINFALL (Bv Associated Press) SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 30 Pro-1 moters of the recent Centre college- j Arizona football game in San Diego, i will be paid $23,000 in insurance be cause more than one-tenth of an inch of ram fell on that day. The sum : represents the difference between the ! gate receipts of $2,000, and $25,000,1 for which the game was insured, ac cording to local firm which placed the insurance. It is said that in certain Huncarian' I villages all bachelors more than eigh-i I iien years of age and able to maintain' j a family, have been ordered to j married within two months. Geo. C. Schwegman's Meat Market 309 South 4th St. Phone 2204 get j L Irvin Reed and Son wmf Tailor and Cleaner for Men Who Care CARL C. YOUNG We Call and Deliver 8 No. 10th Phone 1451 , PIRATE TRAINING PROGRAM (By Associated Press) PITTSBURG, Dec. 30. George Gib son, manager of the Pittsburgh Na tional baseball club last night an nounced the spring training program for the Pirates. The manager and pitchers will assemble at West Baden, Ind., March 1, and on March 5, the remainder of the team, regulars and recruits, will arrive. The Pirates will ; remain there until March 11, leaving! that day for Hot Springs, Ark. i i BICYCLES At Reduced Prices ELMER S. SMITH The Wheel Man 426 Main Phone 1803 i ; ; SBraf 9 NUNGESSE Smoked and Fresh Meat Teeth Tell Tales Free Examination DR. J. A. TH0MAS0N DENTIST Thone 2930 Murray Theatre Building Open Evenings and Sunday GOOD CLEAN COAL Prompt Delivery RICHMOND COAL COMPANY Telephones 3165-3379 WABASH GLEE CLUB TOUR (By Associated Press) CRAWFORDSVILLE, Dec. 30. The Wabash College Glee club will be com posed of 36 members this year. The usual state tour will be made in the spring. The Business College five remains in the lead in the Community Service basketball league, having won seven games and lost two. The Betsy Ross five is in second place and ha one more game to play. Should the Bread five win this game, it will stay in a tie with the Collffce lads for the lead ershiD of tie leaeue. at the end of the J first rourid. Furniture, Rugs and Stoves at 25 to 50 Per Cent Less We are out of the high rent district. Guttman Furniture Go. 403-407 Main Street BOILING MEAT BEEF STEAK lb BEEF ROAST ib PORK CHOPS lb BACON lb LARD lb LAMB CHOPS lb. .. VEAL CHOPS lb. PORK ROAST lb. FRESH SIDE lb SMOKED SAUSAGE lb SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY 10c 25c 15c 20c 20c 10c 28c 30c 18c 15c 15c 15c- 15; HEAD CHEESE, lbs. for BLOOD PUDDING, 2 lbs. for VEAL STEAK lb SAUSAGE, link or pork, our own make-lb. Whole SMOKED HAMS, csi our own cure, lb. 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