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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - July 12, 1965, Bennington, Vermont Baseball Lin scores Green Mountain entries Bennington Banner monday july 12, 1965-9 Henry named top slew Ani at Green Mountain Park Pownal a the appointment of Veteran racing official Charles f. Henry As presiding Steward of Green Mountain Park Vermont a Only parimutuel racing facility has been announced by Vincent j. Bartimo vice president and general manager. Henry a native of Upham England who now resides in Laytonville Calif., has been associated with Green Mountain Park since its inaugural meeting in 1963, when he was the Steward representing the state of Vermont. With Over half a Century of experience in All phases of thoroughbred racing Henry began his career in the a sport of Kings As an assistant racing Secretary in 1913. With the exception of a few months As a jockey he has worked As a placing judge clerk of Scales racing Secretary and Steward. He has officiated at race courses in California Maryland Illinois Ohio Michigan Utah leaders Kentucky and Vermont. In addition to officiating Henry has also operated a successful thoroughbred Breeding farm for the past 15 years. Henry is accompanied in the stewards stand at Green Mountain Park by Vermont state Steward William Almy or. And or. James g. Catlett. National league Houston at new York 2ppd., rain san Francisco at Philadelphia Ppd., rain 1st game los Ang Ooi 200 010�? 4 8 2 Pitts 200 too oooo 2 5 2 Koufax 15-3 and Torborg Roseboro 7. Gibbon Mcvear 8car pin 8 and Virgil. Loser a Gibbon 2-8. Hrs Bailey 8thclendenon 8th. 2nd game to innings la too 200 too 0�? 3 la i Pitt too Ooi too in 4 9 c Osteen Miller 7 and Roseboro. Friend Carpin 8 and Crandall. Winner Carpin 3-0. Loser a Miller 4-5. Hrs Mota 2nd. Mhz too too 200�? 2 3 i Cine in. Too too 010�? i 7 1 Johnson Cloninger 9 and Torre. Ellis Tel Tours 9 and Edwards. Winner a Johnson 8-4. Loser a Ellis 12-4. Or a Aaron 17th. 1st game St. Louis too too oooo 0 8 0 Chicago too 300 30x�? 6 to 3 Simmons by lies 6woode Shock 7dennis 7schultz 8 and Mccarver. Jackson 8-10 and Krug. Loser a Simmons 5-9. Hrs Krug 3rd. 2nd game St. Louis too too oooo 0 6 i Chicago 310 too 20x�? 6 to i Sadecki Gibson 2dennis 6stallard 8 and Mccarver. Koonce 7-7 and Krug. Loser Sadecki 2-8. Or a Banks 14th. American league Chicago at Baltimore Ppd rain Boston at Washington Ppd rain Detroit too 210 oooo 4 6 0 Kan City 101 too oooo 2 110 Aguirre 10-4 and Freehan. Stock Dickson 5hickman 7 and Lacheman. Loser Stock 0-1. Hrs Brown 3rdcash 7thmcauliffe Lith. New York too 021 101�? 5 to 0 Minn Ooi 210 002�? 6 la 4 Downing Reniff 6hamilton 7ramos 8mikkelsen 9 and Howard. Kaat Worthington 5pleas 7kelp Peteln 8fosnow 9 and Battey Zimmerman 9. Winner a Fosnow 3-3. Loser a Mikkelsen 2-5. Hrs a Versalles 10thkillebrew 16th. National league g i. A h. H. Mays of 80 286 58 97 Clonte pit 78 314 51 106 Clad non pit 86 326 55 107 Allen Phil 84 311 50 102 Aaron my 74 282 54 92 Torre Mil 75 265 39 83 fairly la 89 325 46 101 , of 80 321 46 98 Virdon Pitt 76 269 38 82 flood Sil 81 316 40 96 american league str ski bos 56 203 37 69 Hall Minn 79 286 47 93 Davillo Cle 81 315 38 101 Mantua bos 79 285 30 90 Horton det 69 248 41 76 Kaline det 74 250 45 75 Robinsn bait 66 251 33 75 Mcaulife de 79 299 52 89 col to Clev 82 294 51 87 Whit fld Cle 58 201 17 59 baseball standings american league w. L. Pct. Go Minnesota 53 29 .646 Cleveland 48 34 .585 5 Baltimore 49 35 .583 5 Chicago 46 35 .568 61/2 Detroit 46 36 .561 7 los Angeles 41 44 .482 131/2 new York 41 46 .471 141/2 Washington 36 50 .419 19 Boston 31 51 .378 22 Kansas City 23 54 .299 271/2 pct. .339 .338 .328 .328 .326 .313 .311 .305 .305 .304 .340 .325 .321 .316 .306 .300 .299 .298 .296 .294 Home runs National league a Mays giants 23 Stargell pirates 21 Mccovey giants 19 Robinson reds 18 Santo cubs Aaron braves Torre braves Calli son phils All 17. American league a colavito indians 20 Horton tigers 20 Conigliaro red sox 16 Hall twins 16 Alves indians Wagner indians Killebrew twins All 15. Runs batted in National league a Johnson reds 68 Banks cubs 68 Stargell pirates 66 Callison phils 60 Robinson reds 59 Mays giants 59. American league a colavito indians 61 Mantilla red sox 59 Horton tigers 58 Kallner tigers 52 Hall twins 52. Pitching National league a Koufax dodgers 15-3 Farrell astros 7-2 Ellis reds 12-4 Jay reds 6-2 Cardwell pirates 8-3. American league a Grant twins 9-2 Pascual twins 8-2 Pappas orioles Fisher White sox Terry indians All 9-3. Kii it Cross l p parachutist Falls to death Oroville Calif. Up a a skydiver photographer engrossed in taking pictures of another parachutist s difficulties plunged 15,000 feet to his death sunday. Witnesses said Robert Green 25, Oroville who had 200 successful jumps to his credit pulled his ripcord at the 3,000-foot level. He then continued to take pictures of Nelson Powell from a camera mounted on his helmet and did not notice that his own Chute had not opened properly. Powell freed cables which had become tangled around his feet so that his Parachute fully opened when he was Only too feet from the ground. He landed safely. Greens body thudded into Earth in a a drop zone owned by the Chico sport Parachute club of which he was a member. Witnesses conjectured that greens Large Chute was packed too tightly around him preventing it from billowing. Saturdays results Washington 5 Boston 3 Minnesota 4 n. Y. I 1st, Day new York 8 Minn. 6, 2nd, night Kansas City 4 det. 3, night Chicago 6 balt. 4, 1st, two Baltimore 5 Chi. 3, 2nd, night los Angeles i Cleve. 0, night sundays results Minnesota 6 new York 5 Detroit 4 Kansas City 2 los Angeles 2 Cleveland 0 Baltimore Chicago rain Boston rain at mondays games no games scheduled tuesdays game . stars is. . stars at Minnesota National league w. L. Pct. Go Cincinnati 49 36 .576 los Angeles 51 38 .573 san Francis 45 38 .542 3 Philadelphia 45 39 .536 31/2 Milwaukee 41 39 .513 51/2 Pittsburgh 44 43 .506 6 St. Louis 41 45 .477 81/2 Chicago 40 45 .471 9 Houston 39 45 .464 91/2 new York 29 56 .431 20 sundsvall Sweden up a lightweight Lane Lewis and Light heavyweight Richard Wright scored the Only u. S. Victories sunday when the swedish a a alone club crushed a touring Oregon Schoolboy wrestling team 6.5 to 2.5. Houston at new York 2 games postponed rain saturdays results Chicago 5 St. Louis 3 los Angeles 8 Pittsburgh 4 Houston to new York i san Francisco 7 Pella. 0, night Cincinnati 9 Milwaukee 8, night mondays games no games scheduled tuesdays games . stars is. . stars at Minnesota Cleve too too oooo 0 7 i los Ang too 020 Fox a 2 8 0 Stange Weaver 5kralick 7tiant 8 and Azcue. Chance 6-4 and Rodgers. Loser Stange 4-2. Saratoga entries i tit Milt woo a grand by Vav Chat Peg we Crest a men. Clever runs Dilapi Al re a of Grove Vins armr pariah Lettla misty. Victory Torch 2nd Tarn mile saw Macle Mike Unrein ado my icon Blister poncho a Imp Quot ii Star. J. I be a to quote. Sore it orb f Tow to Orte Alin. Ird Trot mile too Quot tinn Vynede path inv a Folly a it a a1 1 Pronto Shat 8hadydala a Cuit Frisky Linum skipper Kev borers Hanover Harry m 11h Trot me Vin d. Rny one Brook Arco Seq a let to i i on \ Nills Perkin men a Little Ream Yankee , firing kid. Or or go men c Inge humor Kern a Litt farm entry athe Tao mile Ikon i add pro it to i a s a a Only. Rtin Nam a Lune p of Tel Tell in Gene. J in f Are f h i widow j. A a Tare mile jaw or Iii lord Jet or or a Hadwal Pilot Mia pee perk Omen a a a y. Hurries n Nellie h Payne vie. 7fh Pace mile Iti o paladins Pence due Dren p we March v c Flanagan f it it a in rot Golden Foai a doll red rust or Jay Boh so a Trot mile la it it a Shad i a in Leader part to Speed. Jineru apr r Wood general Campion. Peir pre t p aah r in Laird us Demon pm him so Kiev of mile St 2-0 v it a flank of o Gal Harte mat a a Yare. Home slide Hanover the i a Brook Irma a girl 0h pure. Mile l rim i v i a Zelila p a Harmetz a in a i it re Genera j in Blue yonder Linda Dee Hilltop sue Colome girl for Ca a playground Hatter Ppd., at Washington Ppd., sundays results Milwaukee 2 Cincinnati i los Angeles 4 Pittsburgh 2, 1st Pittsburgh 4 los Angeles 3, 2nd to innings. Chicago 6 St. Louis 0, 1st Chicago 6 St. Louis 0, 2nd Grange notes Batten kill Grange meeting wednesday night with Clarence Decker sr., worthy master presiding heard mrs. Elaine Decker youth chairman report a $2 donation to the National Grange youth training fund. The Grange voted to take charge of Bingo at the Community Street fair in August. Past Deputy and mrs. Warren Clough of Stamford Valley were guests. The program under the direction of mrs. Viola Coolidge chairman of the Home economics committee opened with the singing of a when you and i were Young a mrs. America buys with care was read by mrs. Mabel Crofut. Mrs. Clarence Decker or. Gave a talk and quiz on safety and a week in july was announced As a National farm safety mrs. Doris Wright played an Accord Ian selection and the program concluded with slides of scenery and Grange events shown by George Coolidge. The dance committee for july 3 was composed of mrs. Crofut mrs. Wright and Donna Wright serving food and Jesse Harrington soft drinks. The committee for july to included mrs. Coolidge mrs. Clara Edgerton mrs. Abbie Baker and Donald Smith. The next meeting will be graces night july 21 with or. And mrs. Daniel Hoffman and Harrington in charge of refreshments. Swedo i on i a the bicycle Rodeo at Stark Street was Cut Short because of threatening skies wednesday afternoon but three of the events were completed. Bikes and kids of All sizes lined up to compete in the events. The 50-Yard dash was run first with the following whiners in the 6-8 age group Barr Canelo Dennis Jordan and Billy Olsen were the winners Peter Fairley Joey Pizarro and Lowell Greene were victorious in the 9-11 age group. In the 13 and Over age group Steve Boynton John Curtin Sammy Collian and Chris Pluto captured top honors. The girls who were the fastest riders in the 8-11 age group were Angela Ottaviano Karen Hicks and Sheila Kearns in the older age group Toni Boynton and Linda Jordan shared the top honors. In the next event the 50-Yard slow race Lowell Greene Barry Casclo and Billy Olsen 6-8 age group managed to stay on their bikes till the end Peter Fairley and Jeff Squires were the victorious cyclists in the 9-11 year old class. In the third age group Steve Boynton and Sammy Zoiliano were the victors. Sheila Kearns and Linda Jordan were the Only girls who managed to ride their bikes slowly for 50 Yards. The obstacle course was the last event of the Day and each participant was timed As he ran through a very difficult course. In the 6-8 age group Billy Olsen Barry Casclo Matthew Pietryka and Mark Caslon had the Best times respectively for the boys while Heidi Doxsee captured honors for the girls. For the 9-11-year Olds Peter Fairley Lowell Greene and Jeff Myers had the Best times Peter Fairley had the Best time of the Day 2 minutes and 49 seconds. Sheila Kearns was the top Winner in the girls Competition. Those 12 years of age and Over who were victorious were Ricky Caslon Steve Boynton and Chris Pluto for the boys and Linda Jordan Angie Ottaviano and Darlene Lamb for the girls. If obey show the Ping Pong area at Stark Street took on a new look Friday morning As the Hobby enthusiasts came from All Over town to display their treasured collections. Everything from stuffed animals to doll clothes to Stamps and coins was in View. Judges for this years show were Phillip Viereck mrs. Beverly Petrelis and mrs. Paul Bohne or. The playground staff wishes to thank them for doing such a Fine Job of a difficult assignment. Linda Jordan won first place for the most unusual Hobby with her trophy collection. Rose sch Neskis collection of souvenirs from different places captured a second place ribbon while Darlene lambs collection of holy pictures and sayings took third place. Honors for the most original hobbies were taken by Sheila Kearns for her drawings Darlene Lamb for her embroidered Pillow cases and Marty ii for his photography. The largest collection in the show a menagerie of stuffed animals was brought by Lisa Hier. Robert condones collection of trucks was the second largest. Gary greens collection of shells was judged to be the neatest while Heidi Doxsee a postcards captured second place honors in that category. The oldest collection was coins entered by Toni Boynton. Many of the dolls of Bennington made their Way to the show. Denise roys dolls from different countries won Blue ribbons but the dolls of Danette Parker Barbara Reilly Irene Mccurdy and Heidi Doxsee also earned the right to Wear ribbons. First place honors for the Best stamp collection were captured by Chris Pluto. Peter Fairley won a second place ribbon for his Stamps. The Rock collections of Joey Sahl and Alan Daigneault won honors for those collectors. The Hicks girls had apparently been spending their spare time sewing doll clothes and the prizes for wardrobes of doll clothes were All in the family. Karen Hicks won first place honors while twins Laura and Linda won second and third places respectively. Models seem to be a favorite Hobby for boys and Steve Boynton and Sammy Zoiliano tied for first place honors in that category. Ricky Caslon and James Lamb were the second and third place winners. Five grand prizes were awarded for those judged to be the very Best in the show. Chris Pluto won himself a skate Board with his Fine stamp collection Darlene Lamb walked off with a Beautiful walking doll for her entry of the embroidered Pillow cases. Sheila Kearns won a skate Board with her unique drawings while Lisa filers stuffed animal collection won her a Battery operated Bike motor. Toni Boynton a Coin collection won her a life preserver. Peanut Hunt Sharpen your vision and you May be eating peanuts for your dessert next wednesday afternoon As Stark Street holds a Peanut Hunt on the premises. Prizes will be awarded for those who find the most peanuts and All participants will receive Lucky Bucks. Olympic Day All potential olympians Are reminded of olympic Day Friday july 16 at both the Stark Street and memorial Park playgrounds. Races of All types for All age groups will get under Way at to . Happy Hunting grounds beware neighbors of memorial Park bar your doors before 2 . On wednesday july 14, or forever hold your peace memorial Park youngsters will undoubtedly bombard your premises asking for your Orchid Button a wooden Nickel an australian stamp or a beatle autograph. Remember that the Date is wednesday july 14. Monday july la is of Ham jockey Odd w�1 first slim clmg., j or s Lur. 1 fire troll no boy to Palm t., Donohue 41 to 6 Castolon Rodrigue 5-1 120 9 Grey Lown Thorn i. £1 120 4 Truster pos Mooreiii 5-1 120 3 my Emory Ernst 1-1 120 5 winsome Chilom p so remit 10-1 120 3 big Bird Sigler 15-1 120 7 grecian King Pruden 20 1 120 s Devi a Gal Wood 20-1 110 bacond�?$1,100, cig i up 5 fur 8 colonel Al no boy 5-2 120 2 right note Donato 4 1 120 i sly Hunter no boy 4-1 12c 7 Volley reverie Thorndike 51 to Ell Vee Bee Riggs 5 or. Behoc. Sergio 4 i Folia no boy 3 crust Ai Riggs 9 resell Mcmullen 15-1 115 6 impudent Green 20-1 120 third�?11,100, clog. A 4, 5 Voma i j fur. 1 Edmando Sigler 21 120 3a miss Suzanne Galley 5 2 110 a Oscar s King Green a2 120 4 Whatmore Ernst 4-1 12c 5 Osci time no boy 6 i to 2 Partaker von 61 to Pownal results first�?7 fur., clog is 5 deep thinker Thorndike 3 10 3 00 7.6t 9 spider spread Erdos 5 20 3 40 4 Moon quest Ernst 3 40 allow Small drink sleep you weep Lovely Stone rocket sub a brim tip preen Petit Frere. Time i 28 3. Second�?7 fur., clog1,100 8 Bibble Thorndike 7 80 3 40 3 20 4 bion boy Morns 4 60 3 20 5 fair Rule Rodriguez mrp also vicious Circle Prince Chesmar key Mon Fen Poi sue Snow Bear Yankee do time i 28 3 doily double is paid $22 60. Third�?5 fur Elmo. 1,100 5 Button Wood Pasquaro Iii 15 60 5 00 3 40 1 advanced Star Kissier 2 80 8 6 jute Send Pruden 7 8j also last brother Joyce dear. Be Joneve or roving Corn my phys Alibi. Time i of i. Fourth�?7 fur., cling51,100 j Colo Romon Thorndike Hoo 4 43 2 60 j Sal f m Galley 4 of 2 63 5 Quarte Bross Gonzales 2 20 also Leop year Whitby Trust him. Scratched a Day from Dana. Time i 27 4 filth�?7 fur Lola 700 2 my Jome Gal Erdosi 12 60 8 of 4 40 i Chesty choir Morris i 80 7.00 3 be tic kid goo a is 3 of also boy St. Louis the Little spy heels of god Panaou. Time 1 27.4. Sixth a fur., clog $1 200 4 Rouge tie Pruden 6i> 60 14 up 5 40 i gangs Pride Donohue 7 80 4 80 7 lady Munising i qts 3 40 also to Marioi Lavaca too gun Waie evil own. Time i of seventh 5 fur logo 200 5 Lloyd c i err St 4 40 3 00 2 80 1 Desocio Kessler 5 00 too 6 u. S glow Galley 4 40 Ai a threadbare in the country. I key Joe 2nd, my round. Time i Ooi. Eighth�?5 fur., comais of 2 afternoon tide i e.20 3 70 7 40 of 5 Zena Ernst 3 00 3 03 of 6 is. C w. Wood 3 20. 40 also Sassy Bell p inc Eton Queen boy treasure Range rider twin double 2a-s 2 s6,695 40, v time i 00 3. Ninth�?7 furclma1,300 5 isma Deor Eros 6 00 4 40 3 o 1 2 Osgood Ernst 4 60 2 8 4 Good Effort Pasquot i 2 70 also Captain Bronze d. Beaut go Danny go Mathia. Time 12/ i. Tenths Flea Mallow 51,300 2 my Kinq Sigler 6 50 4 20 3 43 i melting Wood 7 40 4 70 7 Boi Anike Thorndike 3 40 also Kobe Rock Royal Sronet Brigt glance lady Lathrup time 59 4. Attn. 7,324, handle 5�i,323. 7 Hornet Castogna 15-1 la 4 Harvest Tan Pascaru areal 15-1 us of a. A Cooper entry. Fourth�?51,200. Clogs up. M in. 1 triple five Cangarl 5-2 Ito 2 for gent Donoto 3-1 2c 4 pure e Pete foot 4-1 120 3 Star Tiger no boy 5-t 120 5 Louis a foot i i 12c 6 for Debbie Kelly 8 i Iid 7 snot chem Green Al it fifth�?51 200, clog3 a up. Mile. 8 Copper Goyo no boy 5 2 Huddy boy be Roo Hassi Nunda Ledesmo my buyer pasqual la rising Donner Ernst Karen s song no boy de s broker Galley Nolensville no boy Saratoga results let pece mile min reel Iron Jerk Coppola too chaps boy Arthuree Mission flesh Spencer Tuboz i 3-5 2nd Pere mile Aliene p. Scott Carneau 5 in Herp shoe it Rafton Nick Loree Orvi 4 of 7 20 3 20 3 70 2 90 4 �?~0 3 to 2 40 2 Ai 3 40 sixth�?51,200, clogs a up 7 3 or. Emoor no boy 4 countess hour no boy 5 Cooper sky no boy 6 or tardy no Poy 2 Succo Boft t o boy i so Roo no boy seventh�?51 700 cima., 3 a up 5 Green grass Green 6 b q plus h o to 3 direct South no boy 4 enter or h 1 1 Idle threats no Poy 2 pea Etui Ike k Ltd 7 cohosh req end Cosfol a a 8 miss Clemson Poso in a i eighth i 700 clog3 us a 7 find later pm quare u 6 Amy Hill Pruden 5 a of Ilc Jet Kever 4 roman Joe no boy 1 figure Mon rec 2 or Cree bowl no boy 3 peking do k no Bey ninth of 700 clmg., 3 a in 1 dear reword no to 2 live dangerously Jon Stone 3 ,l5 s Oryio-1 7angor 5 coach cd no Poy 6 Wor link Thorndike 4 redact Ernst 3 1 3 1 6 1 Al 10-1 10-1 12 i fur. 52 3-1 a i 4 i 5 i 6 1 it 115 115 120 115 110 120 it l Nlle double 13-3 i hid 20 Al 120 110 117 Tze Ito 117 s 20 4 of 5 80 12 of j fur. 5-2 115 3 i 4 i 5 1 6 i a1 12 i to i fur. 5 2 3 i a .4 i a it i 4 170 117 1/0 115 h5 170 110 3 d purr mile lion Skagway a Wronecki i 2� no air by guest Colet la Ieuv Ambar i Fum time 2 0 j.5 4th Trow mile 57 n Clever Katherine Carneau to 80 cavalcade Mike he Etva i Cha male Bryan herons t me 2 a 5th Pace it Chat Dale Boho 12 an an 3 an Victor re it it to open i t son 2 an St my Reno Ratch 1 Dup of t 4 80 Tine 09 2-5 scratched Parson to i o 3 20 9 #0 3 8 1 5 of 3 20 8-h be e mile i Voo Duth Gouverneur widower a action ten Punla 24 80 5 20 3 20 i Rev pm in Mufti 3 of ? 40 dli/1 Nek the my vinae 2 0 time 2 07 3-5. 7th Pace. Mile 8.vi, Gold direct i Kelly i 8 80 4 20 Melvirn a it e of Saferi 8.80 p. J fwd corneal i time 2 of t a the tit mile 83 too bedevil Ivand Euzent 9 20 5 40 or vet Al Speed current 4 70 Measle Smit it fruited i to 7�?��?� t-5 2 80 3 �?T0 2 80 4 20 3 40 2 �0 e saw i a a re it 9th Pace mile 4 Soo div fancy Gen role Fttie Kali 15 40 j a be Ponca t in Chretien i 4 40 Tare Blac acre Ria Edell time 2 01 4-5 huh pane mile soon Gary f Dudley Darken 9 an i an Tor he dream girl it h tips t 4 00 Mabel Haven lox Terelli time 2 Quot a 3-v att. 7. 83 handle. . The 7 to 4 20 5 0 3 20 3 of 4 40 115 110 170 120 115 1 5 115 i e i it Ito a ii a 3 i a i 5 i 4 1 170 it itt in in Kiihl Iset or Kansas City to. Up a world welterweight Champion Emile Griffith will fight Andy Hellman of Fargo n. D. In a non title to round bout on july 23, it was announced sunday. Hellman 24, has won All 18 of his professional fights since turning pro last year. Former heavyweight Champ Joe Louis will referee the match. Central Vermont Public service corporation Speed Riggs famous tobacco auctioneer recommends Taw Kicky Wmk rums they put Back the taste others take away Carr 5w�t of How much will your son know about business when he applies for his first full time Job 11 111u rrrg04tirc i plenty if he a Ever been a new paperboy. Through route experience he a already a Lap ahead of his classmates. While they both mastered ideas the boy with a newspaper route was Able to put them to practical use. Business he a Learned the Basic principles from the first Day he started delivering newspapers. He bought at wholesale sold at retail. Made collections. Kept his own books. Dealt with people face to face. Quickly found out that a a profit and a a loss Are More than textbook terms. The benefits of managing a newspaper route Are an equation for a future successful citizen. A great number of today a prominent men started their Public careers As newspaper boy s. And they All vouch that a newspaper route gives a boy a head Start on the future. If you a like More information for your son or any other interested youngster get in touch with our circulation department. Although Only about one boy in ten Ever gets a Chance to manage a newspaper route Well be glad to talk it Over

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