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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - October 29, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Munday. October 2�?~h 1939tite High Point Enterprise Piedmont Center of Industry High Point North Carolina Page Ninky Sec. Carolina or ii Sites Pennsylvania 30 to 0 Ual Anlie pitches Jose game into Hout of Quaker tar heels keep undefeated record before 53,000 at Franklin Field sunlit Heimer recovers pair of Penn fumbles to set lip touchdown moves by Bill Boni Philadelphia oct. 28.�? a a after marching 68 Yards 12 plays to match Pennsylvania a first period touchdown a in on the trigger North Carolina football team turned four ii mistakes into three second half touchdowns and a Field i to rout the red and Blue 30-6, today before a crowd of >00 in Franklin Field. Leading the tar Heel Victory Parade were Jim Sweet Lane 165-Pound pass Pitcher from Lafayette la. And Carl it Heimer. Second string Center from Hatboro a. It was Lane who threw two scoring passes and ran o0 Yards Tor Aller tally and it was suntheimer a roving Center who Cov a the Field who dropped on two Penn fumbles that led to ring plays. A Rolanne did t play much in tin a t half just about Lorn enough Complete three aerials the last Chich to Paul Severn. A stand end went for 12 Yards and a i Down. A a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a rugged Clemson tigers sink midshipmen 15-7 finds the Philly Ozone to liking do it in Way it the Louisiana lad started second half and stayed in n. . Figures Philadelphia. Oct. 28.�? apr statistics of the North Carolina Pennsylvania game Penn n. C. First Downs. 9 yes. Gained Rushing net 121 Forward passes attempted 9 enough this time to turn an Forward passes completed i Ball game into a runaway. In accounted for All of the 3a or that brought the second a and gave the unbeaten therner a 136 Lead. He hed 24 Yards into the end zone Juhl Ion Baker a few plays Tater to j Opp. Fumbles recovered be it 20-6, and on the third j Yards lost by penalties Yards gained by fwd. Passes 36 yes. Lost att. Fwd. Passes 0 fwd. Passes intercepted by 2 Yards gained Tun Back of intercepted pass. 27 pig. Avg. From scrimmage 38 x Tot. Yes. Kicks returned 135 o 13 172 21 la 129 0 3 2 34 53 4 45 35 of the final period he broke i x includes punts and kick offs. Pennsylvania s left guard. A a a. Kid the c d Aud bin Quot a and ran 30 Yards to the final j Carolina players enthuse Down. With fullback Harry i Astie Over their intersection Al Kle tacking the extra Point j Triumph were All for Rushing Back a a Cadi of the stores that onto the Field to help the or sup 0 it 27-6. I porters Battle the Penn student Typ Al a with Carolina pushed for the goal posts but Wolf put a a to Pennis i on another Uick Damper on that on by Cumuli after getting first Down on Ink into the dressing room with an emphatic a the Wolf pack next week done to forget it was Sharp clean Cut blocking of the pennsylvanians that gave them the Edge for the first 1 expected to Battle Cornell j Quarter and from the manner in the Ivy league Champion which they drove to their score it s. I looked like a Penn Victory. Six. Kunkle dropped Back to 2s-Yard line and kicked a per Truta Lemeut Field goal from a by Angle to Complete toe sub or of a Penn team that had Mcfadden out i Wofford Hents but Bryant Quot it win mates Click lateral paves Way for Hirst score Navy rallies in fourth period by Whitney Martin Annapolis md., oct. 28.�? a a rugged and Alert Clemson football team turning on just u Little More heat to make tip for the absence of Banks Mcfadden. Its Stellar Carrier rolled bit cd tin Navy eleven Here today. 15 to 7. Approximately 18.000 spectators. Ruffled by a Gusty wind which made toys of punts saw the Hardy southerners score a touchdown and a safety in the first period increase their margin to 15 Points with another touchdown in the fourth Quarter falter slightly thereafter to permit the middles to score and then dig Iii again to repel any further threats. I Navy helpless i except for its i o u e h d o w n i March Good for 69 Yards. Navy was helpless before the rapid i charging Clemson line. Occasionally the middies would link together a couple of first Downs. Only to find that they were Styra i red before they could get close Field goal gives South carolinians. To 0, Triumph rank Reagan running and defensive work of the Penn had made the red and Blue Good in the first half it was it Yard punt return by Reagan 4 led to Pennis score within first five minutes with rain goes to ill after Mallory returned the Penn opening Kickoff to his own 26, Junkie punted to Reagan the Penn safety Man on the quakers 34. Aided by downfield blocks by or completing a drive from the Hunt and Gustafson. The speedy dins i by bucking Over guard a Renn Back sprinted 35 Yards be a three Yards out. Fore he was downed on the tar it drives Heel 31. Inn twice drove deep into Rainwater picked up 7 Yards in inn a territory in the second three shots at the Carolina line. Ger but to Tho inst Bult the Tut then led the Bali to Reagan t boys did no to get beyond mid loft end for 13 Yards before Ming. Fumbling 4 times in i est vrho sprinted around Carolina it periods they went to their downed by Junkie a great Deien-48 once and out of the last i hive player All Day and a hardhat they got the Ball j hitting line bucker. Junkie threw Stephens for a Yard loss but then Rainwater ticked up three Over tackle. Reagan Cut Back Over right tackle to the tar Heel 3, and Rainwater raffia no i a after mate George St i in xxx Ltd mip Kendly the Man he understudied had failed to get the Carolina Backfield machinery in High gear <11111 Sweet Palatine definitely not a Louisiana Lullaby any Mon took Over the wheel yesterday passed to the touchdowns and trotted Over another in pacing the heels to a a pm Victory Over Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. Quite some shakes As a runner islamic wiggled and squirmed Jio Yards for the last Carolina score. My it twice on fumbles once on is interception and once had Lek. Latino Severin with two Down catches suntheimer. Ing for Bob Smith regular bucked through the right Side of or who was out with a Char horse. And pick White a 60 Ite Sophomore tackle Wen Ilina standouts together with Apt a Iii Jim Woodson at guard a Host of others in winners had All the cd in statistics completing la of the Carolina line for the touchdown. Reagan a Wick was wide. As on Carolinas last half outburst a Penn Fumble this one recovered by White on the Penn 32, started the tar heels to their first touchdown. Stirnweiss who ran Uke a Demon every time he got asses for 129 Yards Ami Roll the Ball made two 12-Yard gains up 172 Yards Rushing to the second when he appeared Lett a 121. Without a in receiver on n Pas it Ach Ray Bear Wolf in sex ing play and it was second Down Ling satisfaction with Bis on the Penn 41 when the Quarter i8 Fine play hailed Reagan j ended. Me of the Best backs i pc Ever i Quot to that from Uoo 1 Seniw in he tar heels would Coneen-1 at this Point Wolf sent in la. An pointing for puke. And Mantle for Stirnweiss Aud Palatine that Bis boy should be Able out Loose without tilt Hiu devils. Caries. At first there was Little to choose Between the two. But j when Lalanne really started cutting Loose in the second half it i was All Carolina All the Way. And even the heavier supposedly us i Perior Penn line do any a thing against the southerners i assaults. Spiders clip Citadel 19-0 Rich Ninnel retain clean slate no till impressive Triumph her Cadet Richmond. Va., pet 28. I Fly a Richmond University undefeated spiders beat the Citadel is bulldogs at their own game today and made use of both their own parses and the enemy s aerials in scoring an impressive 19-0 Southern conference Victory before a c Road of 5,000 spectators in City stadium. The first touchdown came in the second period on a pass from Alec Moore triple threat Sophomore. To lanky Bill Burge Star spider end. The second came in the third Quarter Oil a bulldog ass which Boom ranged when Ned Butcher made a shoe string interception of one of Graham Edwards aerials and sprinted 60 Yards unmolested for a touchdown. Seth i p store us style plus Quality in a Becker suit Ping tailor made clothes is longer a luxury when you i pet them As reasonably Beckers prices. Enjoy fit the style and Quality a suit that a made for you be this fall All garments insured afraid set Burns tears and snare. The main St Washington hts. Butcher touchdown Plia hed on Ning plans 65 Yards de up five set up the third which was act of four spectacular in which netted exactly after Moore had pick Yards through the irn bail Pennsylvania gestation Stigler Hunt Frick ,. Mendelis runt Warner Reagan. Stephens Davis Rainwater d 6 14 io�?30 600 0�? 6 lineup pox. N. Carolina be Severn. It White la Woodson. C suntheimer to sure. Kure Mallory a a Stirnweiss. La. Raft Man. . For Junkie. Score by periods Nora Carolina Pennsylvania. North Carolina scoring touchdowns Severn 2lalanne sub for Stirnweiss Baker sub for Radman Pointe after touchdown Junkie 3 placement Field goal. Junkie placement. Pennsylvania scoring touchdown Rainwater. North Carolina substitutions ends. Richardson. Elliott. Stallings tackle. Nowell guard. Stoynoff. Blalock far cloth Brantley Center Ralston backs. Lalanne Ohare Baker Bobbitt. Slot Nick. Sadoff Pennsylvania substitutions ends. Sims. Craemer Miller tackles. Cohen Yard guards. Brechka Smith centers Snyder. Most err backs. Exler Koepsell Allen. Chandler Daly. Connell. Chad Madia. Officials referee w. E Arnold Auburn Umpire a. H. Slack Pittsburgh Linesman Jack Black Davidson Field judge a. W. Palmer Bothy. Line Butcher broke away on a reverse and Aid d by great blocking oif the part of teammate. Stuart Hopkins drove to the Citadel 32. It was a Goin of 2s Yards. Another reverse came up on the play and the Stocky Butcher Tore Oft 19 Yards to the Citadel 13. Hoskins charging like an infuriated Btl i. Went right through the Middle on a spinner Tor the torn Down. Henry Kennedy. Bulldog tackle hit him a Yard from the goal line but Hoskins carried him across. He heu kicked the extra Point from placement. Moore missed he Mark on both of his attempted conversions after the first two spider touchdowns but that to id ii matter. Pile first was puny and barely cleared Hie line of scrimmage and the second chromed off one of the uprights. A whale Lins As Bones As a Giraffe. Many neck a British army surgeon wrote a Yankee Doodle a which was used As a marching song by the colonists during the Nevolunt tory War. With the Aid of their tentacle suction cups squids can lift 19uu times their own weight. Fordham batters panthers 27-13 new York. Get 28.vib All the pent up fury and frustration of three scoreless ties Ford Ham and Pitt played in the Polo grounds from 193 5-37 burst Loose today in a furious football fight that the rams finally captured in the last period 27 to 13. It was a violent spectacle full of fumbles fights penalties and surprises and the 36.218 spectators gorged themselves on the feast. The first half was Pitts the Panther driving 60 Yards Tor a touchdown Tho first time they got the Ball Aud then scoring again on a pass 25 seconds before the half to Lead 13 to i but they were out guessed out lucked and outplayed right Down the line in the second half. Pritchard lit Iro but Columbia tops key dets i new York. Oct. 28.�?<#> a columbian a football Lions broke into the Victory column for the first time this season today Down Jing Virginia military Institute. 26 i to 7. But it. Was one of the a brother rats from the South who 1 turned out to be the hero of the j proceedings. The cadets appeared to be in j for a Complete w whitewashing As with two minutes left the Lions held the Hall near the Midfield. Bosh Bosh Pritchard a 160-i Pound Ball of fire. Who. With Paul i Shu had worked like slaves against the Lions Superior manpower All afternoon decided this was the time to howl. Columbia j kicked and Bosh backed to his i of n five Yard line to take the punt Jym the Bounce in the left Corner of i the Field. He Cut across to the j right behind neat blocking reversed his Field just once and then out galloped everyone on the Ball Field for a 95-Yard run and the cadets Lone tally slut added the Point and that was that. I otherwise after once getting out of danger by holding for Downs on their own eight Yard i line in the Early the Lions were never seriously threat ened. Grid a a fillies clash Pluim Xii Simp Ogk flit., Ort. pm a Point after touchdown literally a is in order for flu blondes Iii tile Brunette is. Blonde controversy purely us a stunt Light hair Ell pity Bis Douglas was sent into Tike lineup after the Walton county Hoys football team scored a touchdown against Blui Stow ii. To the Surprise of everyone tint Phyllis it he tossed a a Yard Pas w4iiclt was completed for tin extra Point. Brunette Lucite Caldwell attempted to kick goal after another touchdown but failed. Walton won 47 to 7. Annapolis my. Oct. 2s. A map a i statistics of the Cle Taxon Navy foot i Ball game Clemson Navy first Downs. A in 1 Yards gained Rushing net 139 126 Forward passes attempted 2 19 Forward passes completed i 6 j Yards gained by fwd. Passing la 9 \ is. Lost att i fwd. Passes 0 19 fwd. Passes intercepted by 3 4 i Yards gained run bark of intercepted passes. 44 o Ptg. Avg. From scrimmage 12 45 i Tot. Yes. Ail kicks returned 36 53 Opp. Fumbles recovered 2 i i i Yards lost by penalties s3 25 Spartanburg s. Cd. Get. J 28. A a ii Ess booted a Field goal straight through the uprights from the High Point 26-Yard line in the second Quad j Ter today to give Wofford a 3 i a 0 Victory. \ a it was the terriers first Triumph of the season As compared with two defeats and two scoreless Wofford thrust in the third Quarter was checked on the i High Point three and the terrier j held the upper hand throughout never permitting the panthers closer than the Wofford 18. A Fumble by Chick Klias and passes front Jimmy Moore to George Dummy and Art Griswold j Good for a total of 25 Yards provided Tho Lone High Point threat j in the fourth period. It was Stop Ped on the Wofford 18. Three passes falling incomplete after Moore lost six trying to Bink the husky Wofford line. Thirty Yards in penalties against High Point for unnecessary rough a j Ness and holding late in the first Quarter set the stage for the Field goal. Klias and Clarence Mabry i plunged the Ball to the High Point 16 Early in the second the former i clipping off 14 Yards on one occasion. Then on fourth Down a i Ness place kicked from the 26 the Nail went Between the goal posts about two feet across the crossbar. Jack Laggart s 16-Yard run and his pass to Yongue which gained 25. Put the terriers on the Panther la in the third but three line Bucks by Taggart and an incomplete pass found the terriers losing Possession on the High Point three. Wofford roiled la first Downs Irish margin again Only single Point Pitt Burgh. Oct. a again i lint extra Point looked Bijj he a billion As notre Dame scored its i Atli straight Victory of the year Over Carnegie tech 7-Tj, lie fore a thrilled crowd of us he in Imp stadium today. This time it was Boti Zontini Fleet Irish halfback wild carefully lined up his sights and place kicked that vital seventh Point after the Irish had scored their touchdown on a recovered Fumble in the third period. An i in the waning moments of tin t Iglus by fought contest. After Carnegie had made a Brilliant numb of of Yards to its touchdown it was John Mcintyre tall Center of tin South Bend opportunists who smashed throw Itji and blocks George Muha s attempt at the tying Point. Panthers of year Tennessee gets 17 Points then coasts Over Mercer Knoxville term. Oct. 28.- up a Tennessee placed its vaunted attack on display for one quartet Loday but it was Long enough to Imol Oyer the Little Mercer bears it to 0, before 6,000 spectators for Tho volunteers Isth consecutive Triumph theve ols punched Over two touchdowns with lightning like thrusts in the first period Mart lied Down to the 3-Yard line for a Field goal by substitute fullback Fred Newman in the second and thereafter were Content to coast under wraps to guard their perfect defensive record. Great Britain Lias about 5000 Heaters with a combined seating capacity of 4.500.000 person. Panthers. Many naturalists now Are of the opinion that Thel Ower animals Are capable of thinking. It has been estimated that approximately 40,000,000 persons in the United states Are improperly housed. High Point Man is third i in yarn men s Golf meet Pinehurst. Oct. 28. A a i. K. Pennington of Fayetteville land Thomas Hall of Hickory shared the honors today As 317 golfers completed the 36-Hole annual tournament of the Carolina yarn association at the Pinehurst country club. Pennington won Low Gross with rounds of 70-7-143. While Hall with rounds of 84-83�?167, minus a Handicap of 23 for each round i collected the Low net score of 21. Adrian Mcmanus of Greensboro won second Low Gross with 75-72 1�?14 7. Other Low gloss scorers were Jay Iselin. Greenville s. A. 7 4-74 1 48 and Bill Yates of i Charlotte 14 9. A. A. Hardeman of Charlotte won second Low net with 123. . Parker of High Point Aud e. E. Chapman of Burlington tied for third Low net with scores of 128 Leach. Enough to the goal to be classed As a real threat. It was a break which gave Clemson its two joints but the two touchdowns were richly earned. Midway in the first period after Wesley Gehert had fumbled de Manes put and been downed on the Navy time Elmont Whitehead dropped Back to the end zone to punt out of dauger. He Mif set a bad Pat from Center. Raced Bank to retrieve the Ball and. Cornered and rattled threw it Forward la failed to Clear the end zone and gave Clemson two Points. Dass Bryant Elk k almost immediately a brilliantly executed lateral pass play gave Clemson its first touchdown. From the Navy 4 8 Chuck Timmons writhed through the Navy line for 12 Yards then later aled to shul Bryant who Meed unmolested the remaining 36 Yards. Norwood Mcelween place kick hit the goal Post. The second and third periods found both teams going nowhere rapidly despite the fact Navy at one time had a first Down on the Clemson 22 after a clipping penalty and also spent a Large part of the third period in Clemson territory. Late in the third Quarter Walter Cox intercepted a Navy pass on the 43, Tho interception paving the Way for an Aubrey Rion Maness touchdown pass Early in the fourth Quarter. The play was Good for 23 Yards. Middies make bid then Navy made its big hid. Starting on their 31, with Sharp passes from Boh Leonard to Ralph Boyer and Dick Foster cleverly mixed with running plays the middies sailed straight Down the Field Leonard plunging Over from the one Yard line whiteheads place kick was Good to end the scoring. Navy opened up a frenzied passing attack with Little Success in the closing minutes and the final gun found Clemson blasting away on the Navy 12 after taking the bail on Downs on the 19. Lineup and summaries pox. Clemso Navy be. Blalock a Foster it. Feltt. Bergner la Moorer. Slywka Sharpe. Harwood to Cox. Feldmeyer it Hall. Opp re Black. Burke a a Payne. Whitehead la ,. Ron. Geber re Bryant. Boy i feb Trexler. Linz score by periods Clemson. 8 0 0 7�?is Navy. 0 0 0 7�?7 Clemson scoring touchdown Bry ant. Manes Point after touchdown. Ron placement safety Whitehead nary. Navy scoring touchdown Leonard sub for Gebert Point after touchdown Whitehead placement. Substitutions Clemson end Blessing. Pas by Jackson tackles. Mclendon Hamer guards. Pearce Deltz. Tisdale Center Jameson backs Timmons. Parker Manes. Mcelween. Floyd Navy ends Lee Schmitz. Tackle Che wiring guard. Mcgrath Back Malcolm Leonard. Gray Beers Bowse referee Degnan a George Washington Umpire. Washington and Jefferson Field judge. Ogden Swarthmore head Linesman. Young Pennsylvania. A a one applicant in every 5000 rises from extra ranks to leading roles in motion pictures one in every 25,006 a Lauts stardom Fos. High Point Wofford be Watts Covington it Johnson. Turner la. Forney. Workman Cbennett. Robertson to. Boles. Stockdale it. Tarver. Atwater re Franklin. Yongue a a. Moore. A minute la Lewis a. Taggart re Orts feb. Cochrane. Buhrman set Ore by periods a. A it High Point. .0 o a of of Wofford. 0 3 0 0�?3 Wofford scoring Field goal. Mane. Substitutions High Point end. Dem my tackle Counihan guard Sandus j by backs. Lawrence. Nit ton. Mui Petack Wofford a ends Moore. Daniels tackles Snitzer. Clock. Guards. Carr i Wofford. Burnett backs. Ellas Howie. Stevens. Manes. Mabry. Referee Rogers. The Citadel urn i Pire Johnson. Georgia tech head i Linesman Smith. South Carolina Field judge Bruner Georgia Penn state Battles Syracuse to a tie Syracuse. Nyx a oct. 28.�? Pic Syracuse and Penn state i each took advantage of an Early i break to score today and then j settled Down to fight a bitter j 6 to 6 stalemate through a w ind j whipped Snow Squall before a j shivering crowd of 13,000. Tho Syracuse score came before the game was a minute old Penn state having received. Lined up for re Arist play. The Hall from Center swished through halfback Steve rolling hands and was promptly pounced upon by right end honk fire of Syracuse six Yards from the goal line. In two Playa. Cliff Wilson went Over for the touchdown. Late in the same period a Syracuse punt from the 10-Yard line soared info the raw wind and looped hark. Giving Penn state Possession 18 Yards from its objective. Substitute Back Johnny Petrella did most of the Ball carrying that put the Ball on Syracuse s four. Here Petrella dashed off Tux Aid the left on an end run. Then he Cut in so swiftly the Orange men overran him. Leaving a Hole Yards wide for him to Lope through for Hie touchdown straight Lead wins in test of murders Pawtucket. It. I. Get. 28 up a Parker coming a straight Lead proved himself a Good mudder and distance horse today by outstripping the Belah studs Fenelon by four lengths to win the $52,310 new England futurity before 20,000 persons at Narragansett Park. Col. E. R. Bradley Abimelech the favorite was scratched. Miss Jane Collins Dusky Duke finished a length and a half behind Fenelon Aud a head in front of Walter Schuttler a Strawberry. The Small Field Xmas completed by b. F. Listers one o one. Which ran fifth and mrs. W. Plunkett stewarts Equi Stone which xxx As pulled up by jockey Don Meade after the first seven furlongs. Straight leads time for the mile and 7u Yards was 1 16 3-5 the a Winner s share of the big purse was $32 .900,. Boosting straight Lead s winnings for the season to $35,300. In but leu earn generals slap Down tech men \ Irittia classic Rocs l o it. Amp l., 69. Due l o Superior line play Lynchburg. Va., oct. 28,�? up a a Lynchburg boy. Little pan Justice stored the first touchdown in his hometowns new $250,000 municipal stadium today and gave Washington and Lee a 6 to 0 Victory Over Virginia tech before a or Ovd of 12.000. Justice 155 Pound Junior Back plunged Over from the two Yard Stripe in the first period to give the generals a Flint Lead which they protected Tor the rest of the game against the altering of v. P. heavy Lino and hard aging fullback. Buckeye War it Gey Justice and wart fogey each Yuri a stiff North wind to i Back for two quarters engaged in a sparkling punting Duel Vith Justice having the Edge. Hut the Hall a die was decided in the Hue. Techs giant for a aids hammered away All afternoon and opened up holes that took their backs deep into w and a territory time and again. But every time the gobblers endangered the goal line the heroic general forwards Rose on their Hind legs and put on a Stonewall defense. The Alert a and Secondary usually held tile tech runners to Short gains and broke up a flurry of passes late in the fourth period. Long run gives w. Amp m. Victory Norfolk division eleven plasters 7 to i defeat on k. C. T. Greenville oct. 28. Up a slur prise play that came in file minutes of second quartet produced a 7-0 verdict for William and Mary Norfolk division Over East Carolina teachers College in a football game Here today. Bill Shelton diminutive k. C. T c. Backfield Man who punted to times for an average of 16 Yards booted a 55-Yard punt from the 30-Yard line in the second Quarter. John Brown of the braves took the punt and made an 85-Yard dash for a touchdown. Bill Baker convert d from placement. An intercepted pass Aud a 6 it Ard run on tile last play of the same spelled defeat for the locals last . E. C. T aerie Battle was unsuccessful. Only three of i i attempted passes were completed. Bill Dudash sparked the e. C t a. Offence Irving Poliakoff and Waylan Tucker were heat in the line. John Brown and Fred Nard in were the winners stars e. C. T. C. Chadwick Harris redact Hodde it. Faze of. Potta Kjof. Tucke Mcjunkin Shelton Stankus Dudish pos. W. St m. Be Petersen it. Mccarthy to Baker c Bablin Rort re of la re feb Hudgins. Warren. Macon. Nardin. Brown. Brighter Hull score by periods w. Sem. E c. T c. 7 0 0�?7 0 0 0�?0 k St m. Scoring touch oxen. Brown. Point from try after touchdown Baker placement. Referee muck. North Carolina urn Pire Farley. Duke headlines Man me Ca kill North Carolina Field judge Latham. Elon cd $5,000 Dusky Duke $2,500 and Strawberry $1,250. I straight Lead paid $6.60, $3,40 and $3.30. Fenelon paid $4\40 i and $3.80 and Dusky puke paid $4.60. Let us a Ray your tires we offer you tile Opportunity to see the actual condition of every Cord and Fibre of the tires on your ear i i i la o it even removing the tires from your car by mequ8 of the ex-elusive.,. 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