The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, February 26, 1934, Page 2, Image 2

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    February 20,' 1084
PAGE TWO
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Chiloquin,
"School of (
Champions"
County High School Again
Proves Abiltoy by Win
ning Tournament for
Second Time in Row.
Difficult Schedule Over
come. Vinson of Bon
ansa Capture High
Scoring Honors With
Stastny of Malin
Second.
rhtinnnin hiffh school, fre
quently doscrlbod as the school
of ohamplons, proved defin
itely Friday end Saturday that
the assertion was no mistake.
The Chiloquin basketball won
Its second successive county
"B" title and probably will de
fend Its southern Oregon
' championship st the Southern
Oregon Normal school tourna
ment within the next few
wooks. ' '
Chiloquin had the most dif
ficult schedule of the tourna
ment. It played the three
strongest rivals and came out
vlotor in each contest.
Chiloquin opened . against
Bonania, runner up to the ti
tle last season, and then
downed Malin, the favorite
team to win this year's cham
pionship. The Chiloquin boys
bad little difficulty In smoth
ering the Klamath Wildcats in
the final game.
Klamath went Into the fin
als after it had beaten Mer
rill in the opening round and
then drawn a by in the sec
ond round.
The - following - Individual
scores, taken from the official
scorebook, give Vinson of
Bonania a clear lead to the in
dividual honors. Vinson was
one of the outstanding players
in the .tournament of a year
ago.
He scored IS points against
Bonanza and led his team's at
tack throughout the tourna
ment. . Stastaey of Malin was sec
ond. He scored S3 points in
the opening game against
' Henley and then was held by
two by Chiloquin.
A glance at the Individual
scores, while it wlU show that
Chiloquin had no really out
standing star, reveals that the
team was wonderfully well
balanced with- nearly every
player contributing equally to
the victories.
- .
' Individual scoring record
of the tournament:
Vinson, Bon. 44
Stastny, Mat JB
Kranss, Chll. I
Cr-mblitt, CnflL 10
-Bray, Bon. . , 18
Combat, Bon. 16
Kennerly, Klam. ,, 14
B. Spolek, Mai. It
Reginsto, ijClam. , IS
0. Reber.iJtBL , 10
L. BchoolC Hojl ii! 10
D. -Schooler, Hen. , 10
Sckonts, Klam. .
Kanble, ChU. ... 8
McCain. Chll. .
Smith, Mai.
Kandra, Mar. - 8
Haskina, Mer. ,
Atkins, Klam. . . 8
Sheeny, Chll. ., ,
Short, Hen. . 4
Blake, Mer. . 4
Moore, Mer. 4
Dearborn, Boa. ... 8
Skeen, Chil. 8
. tAhnanrt sttlll . ft
W. May, Mer; i 8
Davidson, Bon. . , 2
Keller, Bon. 8
Kamarad, Mai. 8
Greene, Hen. ... .... 8
Cheyne, Hen. 2
Sanders, Klam. , , 2
Van Emon, Klam. , 2
Putman, Klam. ., 2
Stippago, Klam. " . , 2
Anderson, Mer. ; ... , . . 2
Hammonds, Mer. 2
W. Hasklns, Mer. , 2
Benson, Mer, , 2
V. May, Mer. 2
Smith, Hen. ' 1
L. Kandra, MaU . 1
Davis, Bon. ' 1
Kansas Runner
Avenges Loss
NEW YORK, Feb. 26, OJ.R)
Four world indoor records fell
In Madison Square Oarden Sat
urday as America's outstanding
track and field athletes contin
ued their onslaught on time and
distance In the National A. A. U.
championships before a capacity
crowd of 16,000.
Of the record breakers, Qlenn
Cunningham, Kansas University
distance running ace, stood out
as he sprinted to victory In the
1500-meter run, avenging the
defeat handed him last week in
the Baxter mile by Bill Bontn
ron, Princeton's barrel-chested
ase.
Trojans Win
Hoop Honors
in California
SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 26,
(AP) Basketball Trojans of the
University of Southern California
today hold the Southern Division,
Pacific Coast conference, cham
pionship and the right to meet
the University of Washington in
the conference title Berles.
The Trojans closed their grip
en the southern crown by coast
ing through a slow final contest
at Los Angeles Saturday night
to defeat U. C. L. A. Bruins 82
to 23.
California's Bears, runners up
tn the title race, finished the
season with a 48 to 15 win over
Stanford ' at Stanford. It was
revenge for the upset 84 to 20
Stanford victory at Berkeley
Friday night which pulled the
Bears from their first placs tie
with the Trojans.
Final team standings:
Team W. L. PCT.
Southern California.. 9 8 ,760
California 8 4 .667
Stanford .................. 5 7 .417
U. O.L.A. 8 10 .167
BOXING
JOHN Mil I
DIES SUNDAY
Fiery Former Leader of
New York Giants
Passes on.
NEW YORK. Feb. 26. UPh-
John Joseph McOraw is dead af
ter 61 full years of living, and
today, wherever baseball is loved
and its heroes known, his pass
ing is mourned.
Critically 111 for seren days
with uremic poisoning and a can
cer of the prostate gland, the
fiery former leader of the New
York Giants died tn Ned Ro
chelle hospital yesterday at 11:50
a.m., while a group of friends
prayed In the corridor outside.
Funeral Wednesday
By his side, holding his hand.
was his wife, and Charles A.
Stoneham', president of the
Qianta. '
Funeral services will he held
Wednesday at 10 a.m. from St
Patricks cathedral, the great,
gray stone church on Fifth ave
nue. Final plans for the serv
ices hare not been completed. The
body will be taken to Baltimore
Immediately following the serv
ices and placed in a vault of
Cathedral cemetery for later In
terment;
The body was taken to the hir
16-room brick and stucco house
in suburban Pelham Manor.
where he had hoped to spend
many more nappy days, while ex
pressions of regret and condo
lences came from the ends of the
earth, from cabinet members and
Polo Ground workers, associates
of the days with the Baltimore
unoies and baseball players he
had developed, from George M.
Cohan and newspaper friends,
from high and low, rich and
poor baseball fans all.
Guards at Home
There It will remain nntfl Inst
before the services. Pending final
decision by Mrs. McOraw who,
near collapse, was given a seda
tive and put to bed. there will be
no public viewing of the body.
n associates of the Giants
Stoneham. Leo Bondv. tressim?
Eddie Brannlck. assistant secre
tary took - charge of arrange
ments, ana received friends who
fought their way ' through a
blinding snow storm to pay their
respects tn person.
A police guard was placed on
the house and a snow nlaw itm.
gled through the icy streets near
by to keep them clear of drifts.
Mi joyed Retirement
After a life devoted tn hn-
ball He played his first profes
sional game on his 17th birthday
April T, 1890. with Olean. N. V..
of the New Tork-Penn State
league McGraw retired June 3,
1982, as manager of the - New
Tork Giants because of falling
health.
"It's taken me 42 rears to find
out how pleasant it is to live," he
said shortly afterward.
He was a great third baseman
with Baltimore. St Louis and
then Baltimore again before tak
ing charge of the Maryland team
In 1901. The next year. In mld
seaBon, he left to become man
ager of the Giants, and lived out
his baseball days with that team.
Success Unusual
During his 30 years as the
roaring, fighting leader of the
most consistently great teams In
baseball, he won ten National
league pennants and three world
championships. His greatest suc
cess was from 1920- 24, when he
won the pennant four times In a
row and the world title twice.
The 1924 team was bis last lead
er, however, and the Giants were
In last place when he retired
eight years later and turned the
control over to William H. Terry,
whom he had developed.
He retained his Interest In the
Giants, remained a vice president
went regularly to his office and
np to the last conscious moment
of his life looked forward to his
annual trip to the Giants' train
ing camp.
What baseball meant to him
can best be told in his own
words:
"There's something about base
ball, for a young fellow, that
gets In bis blood, keeps him go
ing on, overcoming had begin
nings and If the opportunity is
there for him, struggling up
finally to make the grade. That
makes a man of him." -
Pacific Quintet
Wins Hoop Title
for Northwest
FOREST GROVE, Ore., Feb.
26, (AP) Pacific university to
day paid honor to Its basketball
team which brought the school
Its first basketball champion
ship since formation of the
Northwest conference.
The Badgers cinched the
championship by winning 40 to
80 from Llnfleld college here
Saturday night, but had Willa
mette university to thank for
handing Whitman Its first defeat
of the season. Pacific plays a
return game with Llnfleld.
A full schedule was not played
by all the conference teams this
season so the title will not be
official, but that detracU little
from It and. the attendant rejoic
ing. The male Argus pheasant,
when courting, displays Its gor
geous plumage In a circular fan
shape out In front for the fe
male to see and admire,
I Sporting
BASKETBALL
'Skataplane Thrills Hollywood
-'j'W!MW'te.'
w i
Speed, speed is Hollywood's cry and Adele Thomas, Sim player,
has invented a new pastime to step up the, tempo of the film capi
tal She calls it "skataplanlng." and she's all set In this picture
to start off oq a thrilling spin with skates and motor.
Karasick Meets
. On Weekly
Mountainous Al Schnell, wrest
ler from the other side of the
world, will oppose undefeated Al
Karasick of Portland at the Le
gion hall this week. Arrange
ments "for this .one hour mafn
event were completed J)y Mack
Llllard, promoter, Monday morning.-
,
Four other outstanding profes
sional athletes will appear on
the same program, the promoter
announced.
Bob Stone, popular Heavy
Famed Horses .
Enter Florida
Track Events
MIAMI, Fla., Feb. 26, (11.15
Fifteen of the 124 Kentucky
Derby nominees also are entered
In the Florida . derby, 110,000
added mile and a furlong 8-year-old
test that climaxed the final
day of the Hialeah Park meeting
here on March 17.
This was revealed today when
publication of the entry list for
the Churchill downs classic on
May S included the names of the
following candidates for Flor
ida's premier turf event
W. Graham's Klevex, Coequel
and Open Range; Soon Over
and the Triumvir from the
Greentree stable; J. F. Adams'
Bell Man; The Brookmeade
stable's Time Clock; E. R. Brad
ley's Boy Valet; William Wood
ward's Zulu Lad; Mrs. Frank
I " 55ir 1
faA ffr& r V' tf&WI
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Wi .tf'V
11 fVv . .. . .
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HUNTING
v
"N-v V -tj
Australian
Wrestling Card
weight from Chicago who re
fereed the last card, will - meot
r r..tmo. n, Kant 7 tan 1 an H
uc. ukuiw vk . . . . . -
These wrestlers will weigh
around ISO pounds, ins raaicu
will be presented as the semi
wlndup lasting 45 minutes.
Roland Warren. Klamath
Falls' clever wrestling-engineer,
returns to the ring to meet Hen
ry Hill of North Dakota. The
match will be the curtain raiser
with a one-fall limit within a
halt hour. Warren and his op
ponent will weigh 160 pounds.
Carreaud's Time Supply; Mrs.
F. J. Heller's Agrarian; Jack
Howard's Don Manuel; Willis
Sharpe Kilmer's Sun Abbot: the
Sbandon Farm's Ashen and R. L.
Woodard's Brown Toney.
Lawson Little
Wins Golf Play
PEBBLE BEACH, Cat., Feb.
26, (U.R Lawson Little, Stan
ford University golf star, cap
tured the Paclflo Coast Inter
collegiate golf championship
when be defeated Roy Ryden,
U, C. L. A. 2 and 1.
The afternoon round saw some
brillan playing on the part of
both golfers, ending on the 17th
hole when Little shot a par
three, ' as against ' Ryden's par
four. : '
After1 a bad morning - round,
Little and Ryden started In good
form on the first and continued
to play unusually good golf for
the remainder of the noies.
Death Strikes Out John J.
COLF
HUSKY'S FIVE
Northern Champions Seek
Coast Title; O. S. C.
Meets Oregon.
SEATTLE, Feb. 21, (P) Aim
ing at the 1981 record of the
University of Washington baskst
ball team, which took the north
ern division title with 14 games
won and two lost, and then went
on to take the coast conference
title, the 1984 five began to
"tune up" today tor an Invasion
of the Southland.
This year's team has also won
14 and lost two,, through Its
closing game of the season In
beating Washington State hors
Saturday night 89 to 28, and Its
high-powered ace, Bobby (Goose)
Galor, has a new conference rec
ord of 174 points. He tossed In
14 points in the last game to
beat the previous mark of 178.
Northern Titles Few
In 1981, however, when the
Huskies won tholr only coast bas
ketball title, they did It by tak
ing two out of three games here
from California. This year, thoy
will meot Southern California at
Los Angoles, on March 9, 10 and
the 13th If necessary, barring a
posslblo advancing of the dates
forward this week end.
Only two othtr northern teams
havo ever taken the coast title.
Idaho in 1924 and Oregon Stato
last year. The Beavers won last
year by beating Southern Cali
fornia, at Corvallls, on their
home floor.
Rallies Near Close
Galers feat Saturday night kept
5,000 fans on edge. Ablo to score
only four points In the first half,
he needed 12 In all to beat the
173-mark set last year by Ed
Lewis, big Oregon State center.
With seven minutes to go, how
ever, he tossed In the 12th point
and then added another baskst
for good measure, as the crowd
raised the roof.
Rex Scott, Cougar guard,
stayed with him like a leach most
of the time.
The win also kept clear Wain
lngjons record of not having lost
to Washington Btate on a 8eattle
floor In the past 14 years, and
equalled the best previous north
ern record of games won. set by
Washington In 1981. s
Oregon vs. O, 8. C.
The season Is ovsr for the
Huskies, but Oregon and Oregon
State will meet Friday and Sat
urday nights, at Eugene and Cor
vallls, In a series which msy de
cide second place! as thsy are
both now tied with seven won
snd seven lost. Idaho meets
Washington Btate at Pullman
Friday night and the two meet
at Moscow Saturday nlgbt, and
the season ends.
Tba standings:
W. L. Pot
Washington 14 2 .876
Oregon State ., 7 7 .600
Oregon 7 7 .600
Washington State.. 4 10 .286
Idaho ..... . 4 10 .286
PASSES BAD COINS
ALBANY, Ore., Feb. 96. (UP)
Charged with passing- counter
felt coins, Glenn C. Scott, of
Lane county, was held for feder
al authorities today. Scott was
said to have been released re
cently from McNeil's prison.
McGraw
NVADES south
News
FOOTBALL
.Courting Death on a Curve
H 4
S 1
. a
JL,si'siwv ;t.
Breakneck spoed around a turn at Ufa Lo Aimolus ntunlclpsl
airport race track brought grM'te Chuck Unrdnor and Ills mo.
chanlo, Johnny Rae. Tholr car turned turllo and there are the
two raosrs being hastily dumped out on the dirt track, Nsltuer
was seriously Injured. -
Loughran, Camera Dispute
Proyoked By Sports Writers
MIAMI, Fla.. Feb. 96. IP) A
controversy over toot work not
the usual deft psdal manipula
tion of the prtss ring has arisen
Just In time to add a final bally
hoo blare to the 16-round heavy
weight championship duvl of
Prlmo Camera and Tommy
Loughran In the Madison Squsro
Oarden stsdlune here Wednesday
night.
This time It's tbs angry chnrgo
of ths Philadelphia Sports Writ
ers' association, carried formally
to Louis K. MncRoynolds. chair
man of the Miami boxing , com
mission, that the 205-pound
champion Intends to step on
Louehran's foot sometime Wed
nesday night with Intent to crip
ple, malm or otherwise Incon
vonlence the sprightly challenger.
Partner's Foot Broken.
The background of tho pro
test Is as follows:
About a week ago Georgo
Manley. a good light henvywelsut
from Denver, was boxing with
Camera and punching blm up
quite a bit. Somohow Camera
trod with all his weight upan
Mauley's right foot and the spar
ring partner limped out of there.
His foot Is now In a plaster cast,
a bone broken.
Yesterday, while Loushran held
the spotlight with his final work
out In ths stadium ring, Car
nera boxed with Buck Everett,
another light heavyweight from
Gary, Ind., and again he stepped
down hoavlly. This time Evorott
Russell Howard
Battles Negro
on Merrill Card
Boxing activities will be re
sumed at the Morrill Community
club Friday night, when Russoll
Howard of Klamath Falls moots
Jimmy Best, Oakland negro wel
terweight. The bout will be for
ten rounds.
Jack Hubbard of Klamath
Falls has boon matched against
Indian Joe Corgett of Santa Ana
tn the soml-wlndup.
Spldor Fields of Modford will
clash with Carl Butler of Santa
Rosa in the six-round special
feature.
Two four-round preliminaries
bare been signed. Ernlo Endors
of Klamath Falls will meet Jlm
mv Rnllaril nf Oakland and
Young Jonas of Dairy will fight
Bonanza Tom.
Pirates Heading
to Spring Camp
PITTSBURGH, Pa., Fob. 26,
(U.PJ The first party of Pitts
burgh Pirates will leave for
thaim Tnan Rnhlns. Calif., train
ing camp today and will be
followed one wook later by the
outfielders and . Infleldors.
Manager George ' Gibson and
President William Bonswangor
left this morning with pitchers
Leon Chagnon and Bill Harris,
catcher Tommy Pnddcn and
rookie Elmer Trnpp.
Pitchers Ralph Blrkhofer,
Harold Smith and Red Lucas
will 4ntn thn nnrtv fit ChlnnfZO.
and Holne Mclno at Omaha, Four
other pitchers and throe catch
ers will go direct to tne training
camps.
Movie Comedian
Bitten by Lion
EL MONTE, Calif., Feb, 26.
(U,R) joe b. Brown, movie com
edian - ruefully concluded today
that ho and lions simply do not
got along.
For the second time In 10
days, Brown was bitten by a Hon
while engaged In filming a scone.
The animal seized the comedian's
right irm and bit It. Three
Hitches were required to close
the wound. '' :
Previously another supposedly
tame Hon bit Brown on the
mouth and ear 1 when the actor
attempted to comply with ths
plot of a story which required
him to ploos his hoad In the
lion's moutn,
FISHING
'n2 '
j Am
ju" . - f (m
limned away and the doctors bo
lloro bis foot too Is broken..
Workout llrllllnnt.
Remembering that Loughran
frequently has had tronulo In
the past with s bone that dis
locates lastly tn his right foot
the l'hllsdorphla writers ehargtd
Indignantly upon the commission
again. Unknown to t&ein. Loush
ran was at. (he moment practic
ing upon JSddlt Hogan, one ot
his young sparring partners, one
of tlin cutest tricks he has pick
ed up lu (Iftccu years of ring
war. He was treading aaatly
upon Hugan'a toss al every op
portunity, to the oomplsia j baf
flement of the youngster. -
Loughma's brilliant workout
yesterday, his first outside- his
regular training camp at ' West
Palm Beach, added tu the grow
ing conviction that Tommy has
a much better chance of winning
the title than the two and a halt
to one against him Indicate.
The Philadelphia phantom, at
186, Is In ths finest condition
or his career and la superbly con
fident. . Csrnera, on the other hand,
has not been Impressive. Ho
seems worried.
A majority of experts, how.
ever, still can't believe that
Loughran, for all bis skill and
speed, can give away 60 pounds
at his age, 81, and still win over
fifteen rounds. The rising doubt,
however. Is beginning to altraot
customers, and prospects are for
a gate ot close to 8100,009,
Klamath Club
Prepares for
Trap Contests
Mombors of ths Klamath Gun
club coniplotod their final pre
liminary shooting snd Sundny
were rendy for the opening of tho
annual Oregonlan telegraphic
shoot next wook. The Klamath
organization has hoen one ot the
toailora in recent rears.
W. E. Lamm ot Modoo Point
was high . on tbs akeets for the
season, breaking ? out oi so
birds.
. C. Martin captured high hon
ors Sunday when be clipped 49
out of 60 bluerocks at 16 yards.
Sunday's results:
26 26 T'l Hdk
W. E. Lamm ....91 28 44
C. Moora .. -...19 , 21 40 .,
F. Craig ., 20 12 82
L. R. Clckard ....22 21 48
C. Martin ....26 24 ' 49 .92
N. Y. Stoddard ..19 20 29
H. Bourn . ; 21 21 42
O. A. Dunn 24 28 47
T. B. Waters ....14 14
G. L. Stobblns ....21 21 19
Dr, Massle 16 16 20
Dr. Btnnrns 20
J, H. Cawker 20
' t
Local Forest Land
May Be Reclassified
SALEM, Ore., Feb. 26. (MR)-
Btate tax commission will be
askod to classify 118,600 sores
ot forest land In Klamath, Des
chutes, Clatsop, Columbia and
Washington counties, the ' state
torostry board decldod today.
Deschutes and Klamath tlmbor
ownors objooted to the stop,
claiming that classification would
Involvo county equity and might
prevent ownors from giving clour
title In case of sale of suoli
lands.
SPRING PRICES
KffccUvo Feb. 12th
New Prices' on Fuel
BLOCKWOOD
Sgl. Lds. $4.00
16" Dry Pine Slabs : $4.00
' Sgl. Lds ..$3.25
Also Dry and Seasoned Fir Bony
Wood at Low Prices
Hellbronner & Rea
"Fuel Tlint Hatlsflns"
Plus Hnrvlco
Offlna nnd Ynnl Mill HprltiR Ht, Phone BIKI-W
WRESTLING
B T
Bonanza Defeats Merrill
For Consolation
Honors.
Chiloquin high school br.'ikst
bai:, team won Its second son-
sneutlvo U team championship
of tho county Hnturduy night liy
dufuatlug tho Klamath Union
high sohnol Wildcat team, 21 to
11, In the last ot tin county
tournament mnlehsa.
The team from tbs Indian
reservation village will now play
the Pelicans, first string Usui
of Klamath Union high school
for tho southern district cham
pionship. The gums Is expected
to be played within the next
wook.
Ilonansa Beats Merrill
Ily doroittlug ths Merrill aggre
gation, 43 to 14, ths Uonaiua
quintet walked oft with consola
tion honors In the county baa
kotbsll tournament last nluht at
the Kalrvlew gym.
The game was In ths bag for
Bonsuxs from the Mrit minute
of play and their lead was never
seriously threatened.
Although tho game was marred
with frequent fouls, It was fust.
limy, center of tho winning
loam, consistently got the tip
off over his opponent W. May.
With only one lotlermuu re
turning from lust year, the
Bonania team looked stroug and
apparently It will be a strong
contender fur championship hon
ors next year as they hsve six
lettermen returning for the next
season.
Bummarloa:
Chlloqaln (US) Wildcats 18
Uosselt 9 . T 4 Roglnato
Cramhlett 1 F 2 l'utman
Johnson 9 0 0 Shontx
Knanss 8 0 6 Keuerley
Kauhblo 2 0 1 Atkins
Hubs: Chiloquin: Spoon, 1;
Hughes; McCain, 4: Wildcats,
Van Emon.
Honamta (40) Merrill (14)
Vmbeet 7 F 2 May
Vinson 26 F 2 Kandre
llrsy 6 O 8 W. May
llreithaup 8 0 6. Illake
Davis 1O0 Anderson
-Subs: Banama: Kelltr, 8;
Merrill: May.
Police Order
. : Halt on Wild
T Mat Matches
PORTLAND, Feb. 26. (P
Police have determined to move
In' on what they describe as "dis
graceful brawls" Incidental to
what pass for wrestling matches
here.
Not that they csre what hap
pens to the paid participants who
spend as much tlmo out of the
ring as In It Their worry Is
that some of ths bolstsrous spec
tators will bs seriously maimed
by tho frequent disturbances In
tho alnles, and that an unron'.rol
able froe-for-atl brawl will de
velop as occurred recontly In Los
Angelos.
Bottle throwing, which already
has opened cuts In bonds or bod
ies of sovoral spectators; and
kicking, and gouging ot ariu
montullve wrestlors by the cus
tomers, now is officially frown
ed on here. Police say, too, that
"crowd baiting" by the rough
young mon ot tho ring must also
stop.
Stanford Defeats
California Team
BERKELEY, Calif., Feb. 29,
(U.(0 The Stanford rugby Couni
dofeated University of California
13 to 0. Johnny Relanor, foot
ball atsr, scored two touchdowns.
The other points were made by
Itny Lewis, who booted a penalty
kick and two conversions.
The storage collars of ths
great brewery at Pllaon, Czecho
slovakia, are more than five
miles long and tho brewery
covers 136 aores.
CHAPPED'
LIPS
To awlddv mIUm
ckanolnd. rouiltinaM.
cracUnd. apply sootlilnit.
cooling Menlholatum.
$5.50
Dbl. Lds.
CHILOQUIN WINS
NINI