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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 7, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta  - THI IETHBRIDGE HERALD - Monday, June 7, 1971 Canonero II still the talk of racing Once again Belmont foils Triple Crown bid ANDY CAPP NEW YORK (AP) - Pass Catcher is the Belmont Stakes winner but the talk of the thoroughbred racing world still is Canonero II, and the talking that counts is that of lawyers and accountants. The Kentucky-bred pride of Venezuela, whose Triple Crown bid ended with a fourth-place finish in Saturday's Belmont, will almost certainly be sold-in fact, there have been reports he has been sold but they have been denied by owner Pedro Baptista. An associate said Baptista would call a news conference when a deal is made and would -----------� not make any statements before ^^.S � that. The other topic of conversation concerning Canonero H, be- A BELMONT STAKES'HANGOVER'?-Canonero II and his groom, Juan Quintero, �eem to be consoling each other at Belmont P ark Sunday, the morning after the day before when Canonero ran fourth in the Belm ont Stakes. The Kentucky Derby and Preak-nest winner was. trying for racing's Triple C rown but it was not to be. Pass Catcher won the race. Bring home ribbons galore Stingrays impressive Lethbridge YMCA Stingrays continued to show vast improvement in their first season of swimming competition. The locals met the Alberta Marlin Aquatic Clubs in Medicine Hat Sunday and came away with an impressive list of | of first place finishes as well ribbons 1 ------J - *�-- Craig Hoselton and Mary Ann other hand, enjoyed almost Hughes led the way for the15�'------- =- Stingrays. Hoselton, competing in the open class chalked up a pair Race results CALGARY (CP) - Race results for Victoria Park. First 11,400 claiming, 3-ytar  olds, 7 furlongs Mantrolan (L. Wlstman) 4.60 3.10 2.40 Merry Astro (Whittle) 3.40 2.50 Renowned.Pag* (Norrts) 2.60 Time: 1:32 3-5 Apple Dash, Lord Hairy, Whistling Marine, Our Valley also ran Second $1,400, claiming, 4 year olds and up, 7 furlongs Furious Flight (Hedge) 7.90 4.20 3.10 Roman Scholar (L. Wiseman) 5.40 3.30 Esprit De Joie (Parsons) 3.00 Time: 1:30 1-5 Western Champ, Punters Joy, Bon Anle, Something High also ran. DOUBLE $19.10 Third . 11,400, claiming, 3 year olds, 7 furlongs Arctic John (Hedqe) 10.30 4.20 3.20 Chad's Girl (Shields) 6.30 4.80 Plentlus (Whittle) 4.00 Time: 1:30 _ Sabre Wind, Viking Rover, French Fairytale, Flower Godess, Flligrand also ran QUINELLA 132.60 Fourth 11,700, claiming, 4 year olds and up, V/t miles Thumprlnee (U Wiseman) 4.90 3.30 2.90 Diddle Jackowlak) 5.70 3.80 Grand Stride (Coombs) 4.30 Time: 1:56 4-5 Brazen Bully, Perfect Host. Tuffy's Image also ran. Fifth Si ,500, claiming, 3 year elds, 7 fur- ,0nF?y 5.10 lying Clem (Jackowlak) 73.10 15.40 The Wisp (McCauley) 5.60 3.60 Fool Trade (Kipling) 2.70 Time: 1:30 1-5 Crescent style. Two Pence Tiki, Viva Hope, Legal Term, Music To My Ear* also ran. EXACTOR S4I0.24 Sixth $1,400, claiming, 4 year olds and up, l'/a miles Big Bambl (Hedge) 21.40 (.40 (.60 Scuba Do (Barroby) 4.30 3.30 Chalco Jack (Kipling) 7.70 Time: 1:29 4-J Smoldering Embers, My Rose Ann, Swlffle, Tizza Brother, Wings Of Silver also ran. Seventh $1,700 claiming, 4 year olds and up, 7 furlongs. Cash Deposit (Gold) 8.40 4.60 3.40 Bronselene (Hunt) 16.00 7.50 Free Ground (L. Wiseman) 6.W Time: 1:28 2-5 Vast Opportunity, Wise Pride, Lots Of Zip, Billings Bullet, Ena's Daughter also ran. ligth $5,000 Teeworfh plate, 4 year olds and up, l'/t miles Charlie Cherl (Whittle) 10.90 4.60 2.50 Sioux Cadst (Hunt) 4.30 2.5A Tinge Bulldog (Jackowlak) 2.40 Time: 1:55 1-5 lea Palace, Fall Session, Leva Your Host also ran. Ninth $1,500 claiming, 4 year olds and ue, 7 furlongs Tola King (Whittle) 10.60 5.40 3.40 Rushing Girl (Hunt) 5.60 3.60 Mister Rldeabout (Rycroft) 370 Time: 1:29 1-5 Jasper Park, Like A Cheetah, Miss Kayiuceon, Schnitzel, Hadason also ran. QUINILLA $17.01 ALL-TERRAIN FUN VEHICLES The DUNICYCll* It an all-terrain vehicle designed for easy handling and lafe fun for the whole family. Ride comfortably In the deep, foam-cushioned bucket seat en huge super soft tires over dirt, rocks, sand, and (now. The variable speed transmission gives low end teraue for taking hills and plenty of flat-out power. Simple, direct teerlng and hand throttle allow everyone to sot expert thrilling performance the first time out. The DUNICYCll* It extremely stable due to itt wide, lew stance. Also adding safety and action arm right and left independent rear brakes giving maximum control In cornering and braking. The overall design concept makes for ease of main* tenonce and minimum repairs. And the DUNCYCll* can be transported in most car trunks, station wagont and vans. Racing model* also available. EASILY ADAPTID TO A OOlf CART Norbridge Marine Servicentre 1252 3rd Avenue North lethbridge, Alberta Phone 327-6960 as a second. Hughes, on the identical success in the gals open competition as she swam to a pair of firsts and three thirds. Also taking part in the boys open were Bob Van Schaik with a second and two thirds and Bob deJourdan with a second and one third. On the other side of the open ledger Susan deJourdan joined teammate Hughes with a victory and a third place finish. In boys eight and under Gordon Irvine churned his way to two first place ribbons while Melonie Fenton earned a first, a second and a third in gals 10 and under. sides his imminent sale, continued to be his fitness. Trainer Juan Arias revealed Belmont he had considered not running the colt because of a skin rash and an infection in his right hind foot. But Arias said Veteran cowboy red hot By GARRY ALLISON Herald Staff The rain held off at the Bth annual Vauxhall rodeo Saturday until the beginning of the bull riding event. The downpour, however, came too late to cool off a red-hot Harold Mandeville. Mandeville took home the all around honors and the steer wrestling crown at his second consecutive rodeo. He had previously won the same titles at1 the Taber show. A veteran of 25 years in rodeo, Mandeville bull dogged his steer in 4.2 seconds to take' the steer wrestling title. Tied in second spot behind the Lethbridge cowboy were D. C. Lund, Taber and Hoppy Unger of Coaldale. It took them 6.3 seconds to get the job done. Malcolm Jones, of Lethbridge and Vauxhall, picked up 73 points on a horse from the Kes-ler string called Sundown, and walked off with the bareback honors, A Great Falls cowboy. Steve Loney, marked a 65 and finished in second behind Jones. Alan Thorpe, St. Albert, picked up 6: points, good enough for third place. Darryl Kong, an Australian rider, showed his skills to the 1,600 fans, garnering 73 points in the saddle bronc event, more than enough to win the title. Marvin Joyce of Helena, Mont, scored 66 points in second spot ahead of former Canadian all around champion Tom Bews who marked a 64. Medicine Hat bull rider Dale Rose braved the rain that marred only his event, and picked up 65 points and the championship. Richard Gray, a Montana bull tamer, scored a 63 and beat out third place finisher Rocky Hubly. Ricky Hooks, Kamloops, B.C., took the calf roping title, wrapping his veal in 11.3 seconds. Tom Bews was one second behind in second spot while Barry Edge's 14.7 second time earned him third place. The cauckwagon races were taken by the Merle Anderson outfit with Slim Helme up. The Ted Evans rig was second, with Ron Glass at the reins. Julie Thoreson took the ladies barrel race while Jim Suth- James Irvine pushed the lead; ers in boys 10 and under. The-. - uuu uuu� young swimmer chalked up no erland was the boys steer rid less than five second place fin- !~" ishes. Kevin Kooy, in the same age bracket was third four times while Kenny McGreer added a third place finish. In the 11-12 competition Tim Hanson took part in five events and came away with a first ing champion BEHIND THE CHUTES . . . Rodeo announcer Bill Holt calling the bull riding while seeking shelter under the timer's table ss the announcing booth offered little protection against the rain ... A wild and wooly, high three seconds and a third while Jumping bull called Why Gam brother Ted had a first, a sec "----J------- ond and three thirds. ble won the admiration of everyone as he quickly shed his In gals 10 and under Melonie -J**" v  T* chariot race was Fenton picked up a first and i~ u y ^2 ^ ... Jim two thirds. Marsh won the wild cow race Lisa Nordstrom, in 11-12 competition, was the only swimmer to earn three firsts. Holly Fenton had one first and a like number of seconds and thirds while Colleen Carmichael romped home third hi two events. The Stingrays didn't let up in GAL JOCKEY HURT MORIOKA, Japan (AP) - Ja fered a brain hemorrhage In a Canonero II responded to treatment and was healthy for the gruelling lVi-mile race. However the trainer did feel that the rash and infection affected Canonero II in that it caused the colt to miss two days training a week before the race. Perhaps the most notable thing about Pass Catcher's victory, except for the impressive way it was accomplished, was the lack of attention it brought the winner, trained by Eddie Vowell and owned by Peter Kissel. Pass Catcher won the Belmont by three-quarters of a length over Jim French, with Bold Reason third, a neck ahead of Canonero n who was bidding to become the ninth Triple Crown winner and first since Citation in 1948. The son of All Hands-La Grue, who never had won a stakes, ruined the fiesta atmosphere created by the supporters of Canonero H. in the New York racing record crowd of 81,036. He took the lead from Canonero n just before the turn for home. The bay colt then shot into a five-length lead and withstood the surge by Jim French to win in 2:30 2-5 for the IVi miles. He also withstood a foul claim to earn $97,710 from the richest Belmont purse of $162,850 and return a whopping winning mutual of $71. A late entry, Sense a Fear, owned by Steve Stavro of Toronto, finished last in the 13-horse field. Good Behaving, with Ron Turcotte of Grand Falls, N.B., in the saddle, was 11th. Following Canonero II under the wire in their order of finish were: Epic Journey, Purse Finder, Salem, Twist the Axe, Highbinder, Royal J D, Good Behaving, Adobe Ed and Sense a Fear. There was a $275.60 exacta payoff on the 4-1 combination of Pass Catcher and Jim French, a $1,555,368 handle, including exacta betting, on the Belmont for a world record for a single race without advance betting. One bettor dropped $10,000 on the favorite in betting with New York's Off-Track Betting Corp. Unser wins with rally at Milwaukee MILWAUKEE (AP) - Indian-polls 500 champion Al Unser moving up from the ninth posi ton at the start of the race, outduelled team-mate Joe Leonard by a scant four seconds Sunday to win the Rex Mays 150-mile classic with a record average speed of 114.858 miles an hour. Unser moved up through the pack quickly after Leonard, the defending champion, pulled out in front of pole-sitter Bobby Unser on the first turn. Meanwhile, George Follmer, gunning his smoking 1971 Mustang pest Mark Donohue on the 56th lap, roared away from the field Sunday to win the $30,000 Mid-Ohio Trans-American sedan road race. The Arcadia, Calif., veteran averaged 76.87 miles an hour for the 75-lap, 180 - mile race over the twisting 2.4 mile course. Donohue, from Media, Pa drove his Gregg of Jacksonville, Fla., a third. At Dover Del., Bobby Allison pan's only woman jockey suf- drove his 1970 Ford flat out for -------------*j- -- - M%e*MMj ewu nvu nnj fall from her mount Sunday. NASCAR Mason - Dixon 500 at physicians reported. Dover Downs International irvZI--TjVt , ' _ , , . "" Y "1 *wwi� uuemauonai meet as ne reaonea s aiscanco r^T3" m "''j1" "�ctors said Yuko Takahashi. Speedway with an average lap of 49'11" in the shot put. The S L^^Jf y won e recovered from the most speed of 123.119 miles an hour new mark breaks his old mark or tne 12 new._critical stage._-a record for a one-mile track, of 47'11%" set in 1970. Melnyk British champ CARNOUSTIE, Scotland (AP) - Steve Melnyk, former U.S. amateur champion, defeated Jim Simons 3 and 2 Saturday in an ail-American final and became the first United States player since 1967 to win the British amateur golf championship. Melnyk, 24, from Jacksonville, Fla., laid claim to the title won by an American for the 17th time since 1885 when he suddenly hit a hot streak at the start of the final nine holes over Carnoustie'a 6,828-yard, par 72 course. Melnyk was three-up over Simons, a 21-year-old from Butler, Pa., after nine holes of the 36-hole final round and it looked as if he would coast to an easy victory. But Simons continued to battle and eventually pulled even through 27 holes before Melnyk broke it open. Melnyk won the 28th with a par four, sank a 40-foot putt for an eagle on the 30th and then won the 31st with a par three to go three-up again. Both Melnyk and Simons birdied the 482-yard par five 32nd, but Simons won the 33rd hole by chipping for a par four. Melnyk wound it up on the 34th bole by hitting the green. Simons hooked his wedge, chipped five feet past the hole and missed the putt. Calgarians dominate EDMONTON (CP) - Calgary athletes dominated the Alberta high school track and field championships which ended Saturday after two days of fierce competition. Besides winning the trophy for piling up the highest number of points, Calgary entrants won both the boys' and girls' aggregates. iiwi nc�ib, ra., Doreen Jones of Calgary and __Javeilin to second Bryan Fyer of Edmonton were place in the event and Peter top individual peformers, each finishing first in three events team-mate of Follmer, finished and breaking two records each in the process. Dave Gallant of Catholic Central High School in Leth- 500 miles Sunday and won the bridge was the only south Al- bertan to crack a record at the meet as be reached a distance Dickinson takes advantage of poor putting Nicklaus loses in sudden-death ATLANTA (AP) - "He's a tough, little man," Jack Nicklaus said after be had bowed to Gardner Dickinson, the wiry, chaiiHsmoking veteran, in a sudden-death playoff for the $25,000 first prize in the Atlanta Golf Classic. Both fired regulation 70s Sunday, tying for the top spot after 72 holes with nine-unrJer-par scores of 275. Diddnson, a one-time Ben Hogan protege who affects a white cap and many of Hog an's nuu�erisms, escaped with his eighth title in 20 years on the pro tour Sunday when Nicklaus three-putted the first extra hole. "I was in pretty good shape, but 1 let it get away," saW Nicklaus, probably tin most feared competitor in the game today. J'l three-putted three of the last seven greens in the tourney and that's the difference." Dickinson, at 43 one of the oldest men in the field, had to fight the strength-sapping heat and leg-testing hills of the 6,883-yard par 72 Atlanta Country Club course. One stroke back, and in contention all the way, were Lee Trevino and South African Gary Player, tied at 276. Trevino had a 70 and Player could manage only a 72. Wilf Homenuik of Winnipeg carded a 72 Sunday and a 286 total, worth $700. Ken Fulton of Montreal finished with a 69 for �89 and earned $179. Tommy Aaron, who won this tournament a year ago, headed a group of four at 278. The others were Steve Reid, former PGA champion Ray Floyd, and young Johnny Miller. It was a four-way struggle most of the hot and humid day with Dickinson the overlooked man as the huge gallery whooped and hollered for their favorites-Nicklaus, Player and Trevino. At one time or another Dickinson, Player and Nicklaus all led or shared the lead. The drama came down to the final two finishing holes. Nicklaus and Trevino were on the par five 18th when Player and Dickinson were playing No. 17. Player had the lead at 13 under par, Dickinson and Nicklaus were 12 and Trevino 11 under respectively. Player, one of the world's greatest sand players, went over par from a trap. Dickinson got up and down from a trap to remain 12 under. At about the same time Nick* laus scored a two-putt birdie or the 18th and Trevino just missed on a 20-foot eagle putt he needed to gain a spot in the playoff. Player and Dickinson both reached a trap in front of the 18th green in two. Player blasted out to seven feet, missed the putt and was out of it. "I had a beautiful lie in the trap and I figured if I couldn't get down in two from there they ought to take my card away," Dickinson said. He blasted to two feet and sank the birdie putt mat sent him in to the first tee for the playoff he won with a par. The victory pushed his earnings to $46,439 for the year while Nicklaus, winner of his two previous starts, remained the leading money winner at (146,068. k.................................... ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LIAOUI �ast ., , . w l m. en ,':�'�...... 34 21 .�1t A- Plttsburgh .. .. 33 21 .611 . Vi New York..... 30 20 .MO Y/i Chicago....... 26 2S .411 7V� Montreal......2! 27 .438 Vfit Philadelphia .. .20 32 .315 12V2 West .. � 29 .667 .527 .491 .446 .400 .327 I 10 1?Vj is 19 Sen Francisco ..3a 19 Los Angeles .... 29 26 Houston...... 27 2� Atlanta ....... 25 31 Cincinnati ..... 22 33 San Diego .....Is 37 TODAY'S OAMSI Pittsburgh Brlles 3-1 at Chleago Pap-pas 6-5 St. Louts Torrez 1-2 at Atlanta Reed 6-3 N SUNDAY'S MSULTS Chicago...... 206 120 001- 6 it e Atlanta .. .. eat 000 OU- 1 7 1 Hands (5-t) and Breeden; Nash (4-4) McQueen 5 Kelley (7) Nlekro (9) and King. HRs: Chi-Pepltone (6). Atl-Aaron (17) King (3). St. Louis.....SOI OM Sit- 2 * t Cincinnati .. . OOJ 1st OOx- 4 10 1 Cleveland (5-4) Llnzy (6) Drabowsky (8) and MeNertney) Gullett (6-2) Gibbon (�) and Bench. HRs: StL-Mc-Nertney (3); Cln-May (11). Houston .....000 102 221- I 15 1 Pittsburgh .. .20) 103 tlx-�17 3 Blaslngame (4-6) For sen (3) Herrls (5) Culver <) Lemaster (I) and Hlatt, Edwards (6); Ellis (8-3) Grant (7) Giustl (8) Veale (9) and Sangulllen. HRs: Hous-Watson (4) Mayberry (2); Pitts-Cash (1) Stargell 08). FIRST Philadelphia . 000 001 00O- 1 6 t San Francisco 000 000 SOS-0 1 t Wise (5-3) end McCarver; stone (4-4) J. Johnson (8) and Dletz. SECOND Philadelphia . 000 001 til oat- 19 0 San Francisco 000 tot til Oil- 4 12 3 Lersch, Bunnlng (9) Hoerner (2-2) (11) and Ryani Reberger, Cumberland (8) McMehon (8) Hamilton (9) J. Johnson (10) Robertson (2-2) (11) and Healy, Dtetz (8). HR: SF-Mays (13). FIRST Montreal .. .. tot 000 000- 0 * 1 San Diego 200 004 02x- 111 1 Morton (4-1) Reed 6 (Raymond (7) and Bateman; Roberts (4-5) and Barton. SECOND Montreal .. .. ttt 100 Ml-4 9 2 San Diego .. tot 140 JOx- 113 1 Strohmayer (0-1) Marshall (6) Reed (8) and Batemen; Kelley (1-3) San-torlnl (6) Severlnsen (9) and Barton. HR: SD-Colbert (ii). New York .. . 000 200 001- 3 6 1 Los Angeles .080 310 OOx- 4 t 2 Koosman (3-4) Taylor (5) McGraw (7) and Dyer; Downing (5-3) Brewer (9) and Sudakts, Haller (5). SATURDAY'S RISULTS Atlanta 4 Chicago 4 Montreal 2 San Diego 1 Los Angeles 3 New York 0 Philadelphia 5 San Francisco 3 St. Louis 5 Cincinnati 3 Houston 4 Pittsburgh 1 LEAGUI LIADIRS American League Ollva, Mln ..... Mureer, NY ... Kallne, Det ... . Ro|as, KC ...... B. Robinson, Bal R. Smith, Bos ... Rlchardt, Chi ... Tovar, Mln ..... Otis, KC....... Uhleender, Clev Brock, SL ... W. Davis, LA Torre, SL ... . Cash, Pgh ... . Garr, Atl .. .. J. Alou, Hou .. Baekert, Chi .. Lefobvre, LA , Mays, SF ... AS ft H Pet. 181 34 68 .376 187 31 68 .364 149 27 48 .322 . 187 23 60 .321 193 28 61 .316 . 210 38 65 .310 . 143 14 44 .308 216 34 66 .306 . 186 31 56 .301 . 113 * 34 .301 League AB R H Pet. . 222 49 81 .365 . 214 34 77 .360 208 35 75 .356 180 37 64 .356 326 39 83 .352 . 152 11 53 .349 210 33 73 .348 . 117 14 39 .333 . 171 35 57 .333 �ast W L Pet. OBL .. 31 19 .620 - .. 31 22 .585 IVs . 28 25 .528 4Vj .. 23 28 .451 I'/a . . 23 30 .434 9'/� 19 33 .365 11 West . 37 18 .673 - 26 23 .531 8 .'. 27 27 .500 9Vs . . 26 29 .473 11 . 20 28 .417 13V4 .. 20 29 .408 14 AMERICAN LEAGUE Baltimore .. Boston ... . Detroit ... Cleveland .. New York .. Washington Oakland ... Kansas City Minnesota California .. Chicago - Milwaukee . TODAY'S OAMES No games scheduled. SUNDAY'S RESULTS Oakland ..... 200 218 Oil- 114 1 Washington .. 001 000 000- 1 4 1 Blue (12-2) and Tenaca; MeLaln-(4-10), Gogolewskl (6) Riddleberger (8), Llndblad (9) and Casanova. HRs: oak-Monday (8), Tenece (1). Kansas city .. ON 002 000- 1 � t New York .. .. 005 000 OOx- S It t Drago (5-2) Fitzmorrls (3). York (5), Rooker (7) and May; Bahnsen (4-6) and AAunson. FIRST Detroit ...... lot DM Ml- S It 1 Chicago.....510 Ml lOx- 111 1 Coleman (5-2) Kilkenny (1) Nlekro (3) Denehy (8) and Freehan; Bradley (6-4) Kealey (9) and Egan. HRs: Det-McAullffe (7). Chi-Johnstone (2) (6) Mellon <7). SECOND - Postponed - Rain Baltimore .. . 000 100 sot- 4 4 J, Milwaukee . ooo OOJ tit- t 5 t McNally (8-4) Watt (9) and Hendricks; Pattln (6-5) Sanders (7) and Rodriguez. HRs: Bal-F. Robinson (6) Hendricks (2). Mlt-Yates (1). Cleveland .. .. OM 0M 021-1 S 1 Minnesota .. . OM 3M Six- 4 11 t Dunning (5-4) Austin (5) Colbert (7) Hennlgan (8) Mlngori (8) and Fosse-Perry (8-4) Hall (9) and Mltterwald. HRs: Cle- Nettles (9) Chambllst (1). Mln-Reese (1). California .. .IN 1R 201-1 �  Boston ......0M Ml 100-2 7 1 Wright (6-4) Laroche (7) and Stephenson, Moses (8); Slebert (9-2) Lee (7) Bolln (81 Brett (8) Lyle (9) and Josephson. HR: Cal-Fregosl (3). SATURDAY'S RESULTS Baltimore 12 Milwaukee 4 Cleveland 10 Minnesota 2 Detroit 7 Chicago 3 California 3 Boston 2 Kansas city 11 New York 7 Oakland 6 Washington 1 INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE W L Pet. GIL Syracuse...... 30 15 .667 - Tidewater .... 31 20 .608 2 Charleston .. .. 25 ?1 .541 514 Richmond ..... 25 24 .510 7 Rochester...... 22 23 .489 ( Louisville ..... 21 28 .429 11 Toledo ........ 19 30 .338 13 Winnipeg ...... 17 29 .370 13V4 SUNDAY Toledo 10 Richmond  Charleston 7 Rochester 3 Syracuse 11 Louisville 3 Tidewater 3 Winnipeg 2 SATURDAY Toledo 8 Richmond 4 Charleston 3 Rochester 0 Tidewater 9 Winnipeg 2 Syracuse 2 Louisville 1 PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE Northern Division W L Pet Tacoma ...... 31 23 Portland...... 26 26 Spokane ....... 24 28 .461 Eugene....... 23 29 .42* Southern Division .. . 32 24 .571 - ...... 28 28 .500 4 ... . 24 29 .473 5V* ...... 23 28 .472 5Vi OBL ,574 - 4 t 7 Hawaii .. Phoenix . Tucson .. 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