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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - May 4, 1974, High Point, North Carolina 2b High Point Enterprise saturday May 4, 1974 it xxx a a nans astros 4, cardinals i or Louis Ibrhim Broch 3 12 0 sii�mort2b 3 0 11 is Mithra 4 0 10 summon so tor Rob rifi3b Mcbride a Alvardo malted Tuph 10 0 0 Tyson 10 0 0 Afos Tarp 3 0 0 0 Gar Man p 0 0 0 0 4 0 10 4 0 10 4 0 0 0 3 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 Houston a r h by kill Amaru 4 0 0 0 grow a of cad Noel Watson pailag Hraf pm alb a Mac dgradar3b 3 0 12 mtims2b 3 0 2 i mllborn2b 0 0 0 0 of Tanap 3 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 2 110 100 0 3 2 2 1 2 10 0 Atlanta a r h by Garril s 0 2 0 Cro Binu 4 0 2 0 Evantor 3 12 0 dajobntn2b s 0 0 0 a Barr 4 0 0 0 Murr Alleb 4 110 cd Caci Cava novae Manson a Corral pm Hou a p Mart pm 2 0 12 4 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 Pittsburgh a r h by Stan Natch 4 0 2 0 Honar 3b Star Gay Elf re Ara re 2l�hr Sartu Tava Ravve Raul to total 33 2 i 2 total 31 4 t 3 Atlanta of Ooi of 2 004 of of 4 a Parhar la. Pittsburgh 7 2b�?habnac, Star Mil of list 38 sanguinary o Parker. So Garr. In Hren by so Norrito l2 4j a 2 4 4 4 1 wows 2 2 0 0 0 1 Etui a 1-2 9 i 2 2 s 4 Wpm Harrison t�?2 la a-11.24# White sox to Brewers 3 Chicago Mil Walkki a r h bid r Tibi bred Tordt 3 110 Mon a b 4 12 1 silo Berry re 4 0 0 0 2 111 Brig go la 2 111 3 0 10 it Titre 10 0 0 4 2 2 0 Scott i b 3 0 0 0 4 12 2 Vukov Chub 10 0 0 1 0 0 0 ten Enidh 4 12 1 5 2 i i Colucc oct 4 0 10 3 2 13 c Moor a 4 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 garoa2b 2 0 0 0 May la alien to Muter in maiton3b Santoj orta2b Mendret Kcf own Modh Hart fond mar Mann want it coup 4 0 10 bsnaldon2b 10 0 0 4 0 2 2 Yount 0 0 0 0 Clari Gnyp Sprague p Campion p Kobe p 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 total 4110 13 9 total 33 3 3 of Capa #12 ois oms to Milo Aikaa Mimi m1� 3 a Berry lob-chicago7, mgt i Waukee 4 2b-mitcna1l Dent or Downing 4. Money ii in get is. 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So Gamble North so Lowenstein. In h r Erbb so j Parry l.2-2 All i 3 3 3 2 Wilcox 1 2-3 2 0 0 i 0 Holt Man w.2 3 7 2 3 7 i 0 i 2 fingers 1 1-3 0 0 0 0 2 save Finger 2 to i 43 a-4,440. Watt finds right pitch to silence los Angeles tigers 4, twins 3 4 110 4 0 0 1 2 111 4 12 1 3 0 10 44 2 0 4 0 0 0 2 10 0 Detroit a r h by a Stanleyc silo suthrland2b 4 0 2 1 Northrup of 3 110 Kalineh Whorto if no Sahib Moses a Roderge Jib 4 110 earn Knss 4 0 10 say backup 0 0 0 0 Hiller 0 0 0 0 Minnesota a r h by 3 0 0 0 4 113 4 0 2 0 4 0 0 0 Braunle Bryth carew2b Olav add Terrelljr 4 13 1 0 10 0 5 0 2 0 s010 0 0 0 0 Killib Rewl 3 0 2 2 Buremi err 0 0 0 0 Darwinr s 0 0 0 i sleet 2 0 0 0 soderhim3b 3 0 0 0 Hundley 4 010j Gomez is lit pm Ferrers Decker p hands p 2 10 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 total 35 4 9 4 total 36 3 9 3 Detroit of too 4 Minnesota in 010 Ooi 3 e a Darwin a Rodrigue do Detroit Minnesota i. Lob Detroit a Minnesota ii 28�?cafew or a Braun 3w Morton a a by title n Cash in h r Erbb so slay Back w.l-1 a 4 2 2 2 3 Hiller j 3 i i 2 5 Decker l.2-2 4 1-3 7 4 4 2 4 hands 2 2-3 2 0 0 0 3 save Hiller 4. Hip by swayback Mitt. T-2.21 a�?4.447. Angels 2, orioles 0 California a r h by Baltimore a r h by Bialy it 4 0 10 a richts 3 0 0 0 toasts do 4 0 0 0 Ewilla Milb 3 0 0 0 Bay Ort 3 0 10 Broom Tryb 2 0 0 0 bum Bryar 0 0 0 0 Fuller it Coggi Sph Caba mph etched inc being Erst Grimsley p total 2s 0 3 0 total 27 2 4 2 Bam Mara Moom of 0 California in in Fox 2 do Baltimore i California 2 lob Baltimore 7, California s. Hrs a Oliver 3. Mccraw 3. In r Erbb so Grimsley l2 i 4 2 2 4 0 Tanana w.3-2 0 2-3 3 0 Selma 0 of r May 1-3 0 0 by the associated press some people a like pitchers Eddie Watt of the Philadelphia Phillies and Jerry Reuss of the Pittsburgh pirates a Are never satisfied. A its one you can to throw too often and get away with it up in the strike zone Quot reliever Watt said of the pitch he threw past Jimmy Wynn of los Angeles with the bases loaded and two out in the ninth inning Friday night to preserve the Philst 2-1 Victory Over the dodgers. A a in be had better stuff As far As velocity is concerned Quot said Reuss who scattered eight hits and posted his first Triumph of the season in the pirates 4-2 decision Over the Atlanta braves. In the Only other National league action the Houston astros downed the St. Louis cardinals 4-1 and the Chicago cubs nipped the Cincinnati reds 6-5. San Francisco at Montreal and san Diego at new York were rained out. Willie Montanez delivered a Home run and a key single for the Phillies and Watts clutch Relief pitching preserved Ron Schuelerr a first Victory of the season a baseball standings Saver May 2. T-2 Ila 0 a 0 0 0 0 �11,139. Yankees 5, royals 4 new York a r h by Whiten Pintail of Mao Doire Chablis St Marc erect bomber add 3 12 1 Gnetz Nesib 3 0 13 silo 4 2 10 0 0 0 0 silo 4 0 0 1 East wins Over West Thomasville East Davidson held off a late rally to Down West Davidson 5-3 Friday in Central Carolina conference baseball action. East scored two runs in the third and three in the fourth in taking the win. Jeff Lofling a two run double was the big blast in the third inning rally. W Davidson too too 2�?3 4 2 e Davidson 002 300 a 5 4 i 2b a Parks easter Collin Tobin we Branson up a Lanning Boyden Routs pc in track Asheboro Thomasville a Hopes of taking its second straight South Piedmont conference track title fell with a crash Friday As Boyden High school of Salisbury swamped the Field with 205 Points to the bulldogs ioo1. Trailing Thomasville in third was Kannapolis with 6111, while Lexington was Forth with 43. Asheboro fifth at 2711, Concord sixth at 27 and Trinity seventh at 26la. Statesville and Albemarle brought up the rear at 18. Henry Dunlap and Al Craddock were the Only first place finishers for Thomasville. Dunlap turned in a school record time of 1 59 5 to take he 880-Yard run while padlock took the 440-Yard run. Dunlap finished second in the Ong jump while Craddock Vas second in the mile run ter suffering a pulled leg muscle. Trinity was hampered the absence of its set who Are in Washington on their class trip. A Stoddard and Randy lame excelled for the bulldogs. Lanier was second in the 120-Yard hurdles while Stoddard was third in the 220-Yard dash. Each totalled 10v Points apiece. Nine athletes from Thomasville and four from Trinity qualified for the a conference meet next Friday night at Davie county. Thomasville will Send Brian Ball Erie Coleman Mitchell Bratton Craddock Dunlap Willie Holmes Odess Lowery Clinton Hunter and Stanley Robinson. Going from Trinity Are Stoddard Lanier. Mike peace and Dean King. Mons one masons ciare2b medic he Lulao s 0 2 0 s0i0 4 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Kansas City a r h by Patekis 4 0 0 0 pin Snorf 4 111 Otisco 4 0 0 0 Maybar Ryoho 4 110 Soia Taib 3 112 Wohlf Orph 10 10 Haply a St. Louis Montreal Philophia Chicago new York Pittsburgh West los angelesl8 rotas2b Mcrae fwhtt3b Girt Telb Matt lip i rigor i p Horn a p Bird p 4 0 0 0 3 111 3 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Houston Cincinnati san fran Atlanta san Diego 16 11 12 12 la 7 to to 12 13 14 .720 .615 .524 .500 .480 .440 21 a 5 5v 6 7 total 3# 5 12 s total 33 4 7 4 maw Yoni in of in s Kansas City in in of 4 a Chambly do new Oral lob a new York la Kansas City 2 a by g Nett eve Mcrae. Bios amp erg 3b�?mint so Quot a Pinson Iski Lottel 2a blk a 21. A by Clame Sfa Murcar. In r Erbb so mad Fth w.s-1 i 4 4 4 0 4 is i 1 0 0 0 0 a Patty Sis 7 3 3 i 0 Mingori lot 1-321101 Hoorfar Moi i to Bird 2 1-3 3 0 0 1 0 Sav Leto is hip by Mourner idiom Baroi by Hoorfar Gnettie. In 2 a a-11244 cubs 6,reds 5 4 0 11 2 0 0 0 10 11 1000 Cincinnati a r h by Rosa 5 113 morgan2b 3 0 2 0 drive a Nib 4 0 0 0 Gagini Anop 10 0 0 cbanay3b 0 00 0 tor alb 4 0 2 0 Bandie 3 0 0 0 Gruff turf 3 0 0 0 Borbon 0 0 0 0 Normand 0 0 0 0 Crow Lay pit 10 10 Osburn 0 0 0 0 Carrolls 0 0 0 0 Gullatte 0 0 0 0 con Capon is 4 110 Foster cd 3 2 2 2 Kirby p 2 0 10 Geronimo of 2 12 0 total 37 5 12 3 total 30 9 a Nona out Whan winning run scored Cincinnati of of 003 s Chicote Mioi 1013-4 a Kirby i monday Dpi Cincinnati i. Lob Cincinnati 7. Chicago 0. 7b-mor-Gan. Concepcion kiss mgr. . 38-Gtronimo. Mrs Foster 2rosedmonday 3. Sb-cardenal2, Morgan Morton 2 Sfa Harris. In h Chicago a r Tibi harri2b 3 12 2 monday it s i 2 2 madiock3o 4 0 2 0 Wiiiam sub 2 0 0 0 Caro Anaira 3 2 0 0 Morales if Wardh Lundst dec Kass Marss 3 2 10 Moo top 10 0 0 Burris 10 0 0 Kramm Alp 0 0 0 0 a pinup 0 0 0 0 Friday a to results Houston 4, St Louis i Philadelphia 2, los Angeles i Chicago 6. Cincinnati 5 Pittsburgh 4, Atlanta 2 san Francisco at Montreal. Ppd., rain san Diego at new York Ppd. Rain saturdays Gaines Cincinnati Nelson 1-2 at Chicago trailing 2-1 san Francisco Bradley 2-3 at Montreal Torrez 3-1 san Diego Jones 2-4 at new York Madack 2-1 Atlanta Niekro 3-2 at Pittsburgh Hooker 0-2 St. Louis Siebert 2-1 at Houston Roberts 4-21, n los Angeles Sutton 4-1 at Philadelphia Lonborg 1-2n american league East w l pct. 15 to .600 12 to .545 10 9 .526 11 to .524 to 12 .455 to 13 .435 new York Detroit Milwaukee Baltimore Cleveland Boston West Texas California Oakland Chicago Minnesota Kansas c. 13 13 la to 9 8 9 .591 la .542 .500 .476 .429 .364 11 la 12 14 Kirby Borbon Norman Osburn Carroll Gullet il2-2 Morton Burris Krummel h Pina w.2-2 t-2 s4 a�?a157 9 i 2 3 1-3 1-3 2-3 0 73 3 0 23 r Erbb so 3 2 2 2 Phillies 2, dodgers i los Angelis a r to by lope2b 3 0 0 0 Mcmulin Tnp 10 10 Philadelphia a r h by Lacy 2b Buckner Motan Merman Garvey la cey3b a Erbecher 0 0 0 0 Pactor Kcf 4 0 0 0 Ferguson russells Rau p Wynne 0 0 0 0 3 0 10 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 4 0 2 0 4 0 2 0 3 0 0 0 4 12 0 10 10 2 0 0 0 dcen2b bowels schmidts Lupin skill Watt Mandr surf Montane do Boone Scanu Sierp scarce Underd 4 0 10 3 0 10 4 0 0 0 3 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 4 110 4 12 1 2 0 0 0 3 0 i a 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 and the Philst first Over los Angeles after seven consecutive setbacks dating Back to last aug. La. Schueler was forced to leave in the eighth with two split nails on his pitching hand. Watt came on to Start the ninth and Steve Garvey and Ron Cey the first two batters singled. Tom Paciorek hit into a Force at second but Joe Ferguson walked loading the bases. However Bill Russell grounded to shortstop Larry Bowa whose throw Home forced Garvey. Wynn then struck out to end the game. A four run burst off Atlanta a Roric Harrison in the third inning enabled Pittsburgh to turn Back the braves. Reuss started the uprising with a walk went to third on Richie Hebner a double and scored on Al Oliver s infield out. The other runs crossed on Willie Stargell a double Dave Parker s triple and a wild pitch by Harrison. Reuss survived a two run double by Rowland office in the sixth. It was Hank Aaron night at Pittsburgh a three Rivers stadium but baseball Sall time Home run King remained in the braves hotel with a touch of the flu. Cubs 6, reds 5 Rick monday of the cubs slammed a two run Homer in the Bottom of the ninth inning after Pete Rose had put the reds ahead 5-4 with a three run Homer in the top of the ninth. Hoerner hit Happy against the yanks by the associated press Joe Hoerner came out of the bullpen and gave the new York Yankees a lift. Trouble is. He pitches for the Kansas City royals. The reliever astonished almost everyone in royals stadium a including himself a by hitting two consecutive batters to help the Yankees forge a 5-4 Victory Friday night. Quot i never did that before in life a said Hoerner after his second hit batsman forced in the Yankees go ahead run in the seventh inning. The loss dropped the royals deeper into the american league West basement. In the other american league games the Chicago White sox routed the Milwaukee Brewers 16-3 the Detroit tigers nipped the Minnesota twins 4-3 the Oakland a a trimmed the Cleveland indians 3-1 and the California Angels blanked the Baltimore orioles 2-0. Rain postponed the game Between Texas and Boston. White sox to Brewers 3 Brian Downing a three run Homer highlighted a seven run third inning leading Chicago Over Milwaukee. The Victory was the ninth in 12 games for Chicago which jumped on Brewer loser Clyde Wright 3-3, for eight runs before he left with one out in the third. Tigers 4, twins 3 Willie Horton cracked a three run Homer in the sixth inning leading Detroit past Minnesota. A a 3, indians i run scoring singles by Joe Rudi Gene Tenace and Ray Fosse in the seventh inning lifted Oakland Over Cleveland. Is Home a plus in nil playoff go 14 2 2 34 4 Friday results Oakland 3. Cleveland i California 2, Baltimore 0 new York 5, Kansas City 4 Detroit 4, Minnesota 3 Chicago to Milwaukee 3 Texas at Boston Ppd., rain saturday game Detroit Lolich 1-4 at Minnesota Woodson 1-1 Chicago Bahnsen 2-2 at Milwaukee Colborn 1-1 Texas Jenkins 5-1 at Boston Wise 21 Cleveland g. Perry 3-1 at Oakland Blue 0-3 Baltimore Mcnally 2-2 at California Ryan 3-3n new York Stottlemyre 5-1 at Kansas City Splittorff 2-2n Philadelphia a Home ice is the key to sundays seventh and deciding game in the National hockey league Stanley cup semifinal series Between the new York rangers and the Philadelphia flyers a right Well to hear rangers coach Emile Francis and flyers coach Fred Shero Tell it they could play in a Public Park on a Frozen Pond Trinity tops Thomasville Trinity a a Pinch hit Homer by Mike Hicks proved the difference As Trinity topped Thomasville 8-6 Friday. Hicks knocked in two runs with his sixth Inong blast Over the left Field Fence to break a 6-6 tie and Send Trinity on to Victory. Trinity had jumped out to a 3-0 Edge which included a second inning Homer by Randy Wells however Thomasville came alive for six runs in the third inning on six hits and take the Lead. Trinity Pitcher Herbie Board then came on in the fourth to hold Thomasville witless Over the next four innings while his own squad was picking up five More runs. Board struck out seven Thomasville batters. Wells wound up with three hits in As Many trips to Lead Trinity at the plate. Richard Wright went three for four for the bulldogs. The win continued Trinity slate season surge being the third Victory in the South Piedmont conference this week. The bulldogs Are now 5-9 in league action and 7-10 Overall. Thomasville.004 too 0�?4 3 i trinity210 212 a 13 3 Myers Chaney 4 and manner Smith Board 4 and Wells w a Board l a Myers or Wells 2hicks 4 and it would t make any difference. A the rink is 200 by 85. Isnit it a asked Francis. A a it a got boards. Its got Shero shares Francis disdain for the theory that the Home ice favors the flyers. A it does t mean anything in the late stages a claimed the flyers coach after his team lost 4-1 at Madison Square Garden thursday night in the sixth game of the series. A the players Are so Happy that it s almost Over that they go like hell a Shero said. A there is no real advantage. Quot i done to like a seventh game. The players Are so frightened at taking a penalty in a game like this that they done to play their Normal game. I be never seen a seventh game that was really the flyers have to be physical if they expect to win. In capturing the West division championship beating Atlanta in a four game Quarter final sweep and playing the rangers to a 3-3 tie in this semifinal series Philadelphia a style has been playing it Tough. The flyers amassed 1,750 penalty minutes in regular season play 603 More than the runner up St. Louis blues. In the playoffs thus far they be set a new record for penalty minutes in a series a 207 against Newyl Ork in Only six games. Boston had 206 in a 1970 playoff series against the rangers. Bulldogs lose Lexington Thomasville finished in eighth place in the final South Piedmont conference Golf match Statesville won the match with a 304. The bulldogs next enter the pc tournament monday at Sapona. Carolinas largest menus amp ladies discount clothing outlet store famous brands total 33 i 9 i total 30 2 i i lot a rip t too too ii i #1# i a 2 pm Afify Tysor lob lot Anga 8 2b Root said hrs Montana i. So Kau. To b Robinson 5f-Mota in h Rau pm Marshall scholar w.l-3 secret wan 7 i 113 23 i r Erbb so 2 2 2 2 1-85 Hill store 1-85 at w. Green drive High Point . Division of Covert textiles store hours. Of Mon. Thru thurs.�?9 a.rn.-6 . I s fri.�?9 a.rn.-8 . V a to a.rn.-6 . Open Friday nights til 8 . A w Green drum i As Hwy so Holiday l inn i 85 Miu store Bank Amer Caro master charge Sava Watt 3 we Rau z pm for Guson t-2 14. A �?20. Ila american express loser Jim Perry trying for his second shutout in a Row. Yielded Only one hit Over the first six innings a Reggie Jackson s Lead off single in the second. Angels 2, orioles 0 Rookie left hander Frank Tanana stifled Baltimore on three hits none until the sixth inning and then needed last out help from two relievers to preserve califor Niass Victory Over the orioles. Home runs by Bob Oliver and Tom Mccraw accounted for All the scoring. It was the fourth Victory in a Row for the Angels w Hile the orioles have lost three straight. Tennis clinic for adults scheduled Tennis clinics for adults to be directed by High Point College Tennis coach Ray Alley Are scheduled for High Point and Thomasville during the month of May. Ladies clinics cosponsored by the Thomasville Parks and recreation department Are scheduled for memorial stadium on May 13-17 and May 20-24, while an adult clinic for men and women is set for the same dates in the evening at High Point College. A beginner class for ladies runs from 9 00-10 30 a m., while an intermediate class is from 10 30-12 00 the evening class is set from 6 00-7 30. Registration for the two week session is now in Progress. Enrolment will be limited to 16 each session and additional information May be obtained by contacting Alley at the athletic department at High Point College instruction will be by Alley and a member of his Nai a District 26 championship squad with teaching techniques patterned after the summer program in the mpg Tennis Camp for youngsters which runs in june. Bowling Roundup by Moose Clayton Independent league Dallas furniture company is the Leader at 27-7 and Woodmen of the world #2 is in second place at 2214-131k. Shaver Hedrick Oil company remains in third place with 22-14. Woodmen of the world #1 had the High team game of 954 and Dallas furniture rolled the High team set of 2696. Harry Williams took All individual honors having a Fine 256 for High game and a Fine series of 652. De West zeroed in for a Fine 253-211 624 series Ken Proctor had 211-224 622 series. David Cochran had a Fine game of 243. Russell Lovern 243, Billy Criscoe 225. . Starnes 222, David Farrington 218, Jim Price 217. Baden Lovern 216 and Fred Newby 216 and c e. Joyner 213. Monday Industrial patrician furniture with 78-42 record is the Leader. Silver Craft and Phillips Foscue Are tied at 76-44 each Clyde Pearson 1 had 871 for the High team game and its 2485 was also the High team set. Darrell Hill rolled a Fine series of 647. Jack Rose took the High individual game with 245, Jack also had 602 for his series. Charles Davis has 221, Harvey Barnett 220, Tommy Wall 203. Otto Crotts 202, Tom Poston. Eddie Jennings. Henry Harris and Joey Marsh ail had 201 games. City league Carolina Container company maintained its Lead at 97l2-38l2. Thaver Coggins with 80-56 is in second place and custom engraving at 78l2-57lz is in third place. Carolina Container company with 1007 took High team game and custom engravings 2835 was the High team it. Quot red a Morgan s 257 was the High game and Bud messers 238-212-201 651 took the High series for the night. Butch slate 214-214-213 641fred Harb 212-215-209 636red Morgan 257 627danny poteat234 606. Jack Rose 244, Tom Kemp 233. Bill Morgan 223, Harvey French 216. Don royals 229. Tom Shalton 203, Clarence Castevens 211, Doug Hall 211-208, Marvin Emerson 203, David Rose 214. High Point classic . Electroplating with 87-53 goes to position round with one half Point Lead Over All state amusement 1861 z-5312. Nos is in third at 81-59. Harbus garage had High team game with 1058. Talley american s 2873 was Good for High team set. Red morgans 258 game was High for the night and Butch slate s 244 683 was the High series. Danny Linthicum had 236 662harold Clark 236 662charles Johns 234 642quot Doc Board 243 639red Morgan 258 629>. Larry Everhart 227 655claude Jenkins 246 622bill Morgan 248 622jimmy Weir 235 605 and Fred Harb had a Fine game of 236 bulldogs out in net play Thomasville clinched at least a tie for fifth place in the by conference Tennis tournament Friday although All bulldog teams were eliminated. In boys singles action. Marty Jasperse and Jeff Gilliam won first round games before falling. In doubles the team of John Brinkley and John Snider advanced to the third round before being Defeated by an Asheboro team. In girls action both doubles teams advanced in the first round although Thomasville did not Advance a player in three singles matches. Collette Simmen and Karen Wiggen took a win before falling in the third round As did Jane Gilliam and Pattie Jackson. Inflight Cine theatre Zayra shopping Center a 2200 wort Dieron 0nu a it Mimz eight people / saw the face. Xxx of the murderer. The laughing a Stowt policeman when will the killer strike again Walter Matthau . 2 45 4 55 7 00 9 05 Mark Short Democrat . House expansion of work Law sales tax on Mark Mia Short for county vote on 4% sales tax Public defender a right to statewide kindergarten a removal of food increased wages for teacher amp state employees retention of Corporal punishment in schools Merit selection of judges a unbridled press amp judges reducing Price of food amp gasoline. Against unreasonable busing of school children Agency shops or other erosion of right to work Law a limiting governor s Power because of political affiliation annual sessions of the legislature. S Kwong de Bishop. Joan Blackman Tery Guzman Bret Darker. Cand Walson plus hit no. 2 starting at 10 40 a the female Bunche both in color rated hard Quot a Quot now thru May 9th adults 50

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