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THE SCI? ANTON TRIBUNE -WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 13, 1894.
Pitchers Hodson and Flmaghan Too Much for
AN EXCITING TWELVE INNING 6AIE
Scranton by Timely Hitting in the
Twelfth Inning Tnlces a Lead Which
the "Oniy Miko" Could Not Over
come Hatvisburgi Haileton and
Altocna tho Other State League
Winners Yesterday National and
Eastern League Results Various
Base Ball, Eicycle, and Other Sport
ing Notes of Common Concern.
cotititiuos to iuud
tl,,. &.u.- I i
to ..' rln' in the r.lCO
r tpKis ioi the pennmtt by
a tfocnl Hirudin,
while Huzleton is
"if:, triviiiL' Allrutowii
u intra tui-siu lor
second pluoe, f ol
Ipwed by Beading. Soranton appears
to hold r tenaoiomly as eyer loader
ol tho second division an it did erliur
in tho season to tho tail end. How
ever her chimces for (liataucinif Bead
ing for the pinea ar very assuring at
present. Altoona, Potuville and IZm
ton tiriutf up iu lUo rear in the order
The following table gives the par-
eentagei of the clubs, together witn
the number of gamei won and lost by
each, and their standing in tho cham
Won. Lost. Per C't.
Harrltbarg 'J4 7 .774
Allentown 81 II ;9B
Bssletos 10 Id ,57t
, Heading 14 10 .4H7
Bcranton 13 17 .4:13
Altoona 19 17 .414
Potteville 8 17 .aso
Eiistoa 7 10 .CO!
SLTIkDULK FOR TODAY.
Eabton m Bcranton,
Allentown at Hnzleton.
Beading at Harris bars,
l'ottsville at Altoona.
EXCITING TWELVE INNING GAME.
It Was a Lonir Pall and u Hard Pull, but
Our Pets Won.
"Now watch me co out and do np
those dnbs of yours," laid King Kelly
yeoterday afternoon in the cafe under
the grand stand, as he wiped the litigvr
ing drops of ginger ale froiu bil chest
That was before the game. When
the oonfliot was over and a victory had
been recorded for Bcranton the lordly
Michael paid uever a word, hut he
looked untenable tbingl at Umpire
Rinn, and the light that shown in his
ey. s was not exactly kindly at he trazs l
cu Pele Browning, Joe Mulvey and
other members of hisjgaloxy of stars of
tlio past. .
It was one of the uust exciting
gMMflof the season and twelve In
ningi were played before Bcranton
conld claim it us a victory. "Onr pets"
got together in the twelfth and lined
out sufficient hits to bring foiu1 runs
iieross the home plate. After that
Kelly Rare up the struggle.
IT WAS A PITCHBB'B UATTLE.
Hudson was the Bcranton pitcher
and Mark Baldwin did tha twirling for
the visitors. Before Hodson went out
to the park he said be was olug to
pitch the game of his life, and ne cer
tainly did do splendid work. In tiie
first seven innings only twenty-sis of
Kelly's ' 'Old Guard" had been at bat,
Btld they found the ball for oaly two
Biiinhs nnd a douide. Tho double and
and single wsra made by Browning
and .Mulvey In the fourth, and enabled
the visitors to score the only run they
obtained until the eighth inning.
During the first three innings the
home team fell an easy victim to Bald
win's deceptive curves but in the
fourth he gave Staltz a base on balls.
Phelan'l simrifice advanced him to sec
ond and be went to third on a wild
pitch. Mnssey's single enabled Staltz
to snore, tho big firt baseman coining
home on Westlak'-'s drlvo for three
bases. The latter diol at third, R.'gers
goiug out from Sweeney to Kelly.
CHA'OE IN TIIE SIXTH.
In the Sixth Patcben scored another
run for the home team. He was given
u bas:- on ball , got as far as seco.id on
what Btaltl Intended should be a sa -ri-tiee,
stole third and reached the homo
plate on Phelan'e long -.Irive which was
neatly trapped by Old Man Browning,
During the Brat five luniugs Kelly
hail held down first base, but in the
fixth he sent Mllligao to first ami
dobned the musk and breast plate him
self that he might have a better oppor
tunity to mzlfi-dszzle tho umpire.
His protests and antics drew forth
ihontl of derision from the nudijnee.
It was evident that Michasi'a kingly
title did not impres them a hit. Thou
the beauty became angry and pouted
and shouted, but .-till tho crowd guyed
and guyed ontil." the only" was quite
THOBBLB IN TIIE EIOHTH.
It looked like a certain victory for
Bcranton Until the eighth. Bildwin
went to first on Wetzel's error and
Wood followed with a Texas league
hit that Hogan and Phejan went for,
but between them contrived to let fall
to the ground, Wise bunted and Pat
cben lined the bill to Weetlake, who
failed to handle It properly, and Ii.il il -wiu
was secure on third. Then ths
king want to the bat aud sent a fly out
to George Stall It wns trapped, but
before it could be returned to tue in
field Baldwin had scored.
Browning then came to tho rescue
with a hit between Mateey und Phe
Inn, on which Wood and Wise scored.
That put the "Old Guard" in tho load.
Mulvey and Willigun, the next bats
men, were put out, but there was a
large, ominous cloud of gloom In tho
grand sUud at that time.
M.issey opend tha ninth inning for
the home team by going out from -Mulvey
to Milligun, but Westlake had bet
ter luck aud made a single. Rogers
also went out from Mulvey to Milli
Kuu, but Westlake moved up to second.
It was Hoilson's turn to bat, but Man
ager Swift directed Doran to take bis
DOHAN'B timely hit.
It proved a wise action for Doran
hammered the ball for two-base9 and
WestUke brought in the ruu that tied
tho score. Hogan wont out on a fly to
As Hodson had boon taken out of tho
game when Doran was sent to bat in
his place, he could not again go in the
box and Flanaghan was directed to
pitch the remainder of tho game. Ho
(lid superb work and was given fault
No runs were scored by either side
in tho tenth or oWvonth, but in the
twelfth thera wal a great display of
fireworks. Hogan flted oat to Swoeuey,
but Wetzd and Patciion. the succeed
ing bataman oach secured singles.
SV'Bz Struck out and the hops for tho
KSmi centered in Phslsri, Ho reached
first on Sweeney's error and Ifasse;
went to the bat with tho bases filled
and drove nut the ball for two bases,
allowing Wetz I and Pato on to score.
WE.sTt.AKK TO THE RESCUE.
Westlake followed with a eorkittg
single nnd Pholsfl and Mailty snore 1.
Rogers, the Hex' batsmaOi also mad.' a
tingle but tho Inning was brought to a
olote by Flanaghan, being r- tired from
Wiea to Sweeney. Allen). wn could
not score in tho iweKth and tha bv.ttle
wan won by Bcranlon, The sooro:
v.. it. ro. A. E.
Hogan, c. f 0 0 8 1
Wetsel, s 1 u j; 1 i
Patcben. 0 8 18 10
StnllZ, 1. f 1 1 4 0 0
Phelan, -:b 10441
Uasaey. lb 3 3 ji 00
Westlake, Kb 13 111
Rogers, r. f u 1 I i 0
Hodson, p 0 1 U 1 u
Doran. 0 10 0 0
Funagban, p 0 0 1 0 u
Total 8 18 86 19 4
it. 11. ro. a. e.
.Wood. L f 1 3 1 0 0
Wise, 8b 10 3 0 1
Kelly, lo,o 0 0 18 8 1
Browning, c. f l 9 3 0 0
.Mulvey, 3b 0 1 0 4 0
Mllligan, c, lb 0 0 8 8 0
Coatello, r. f 0 0 1 :. 0
Sweeney, k.s 0 0 4 4 8
Baldwin, p 1 0 1 8 0
'i'otnl 4 0 88 88 4
"Doran batted in iloiison's place.
Bcranton 0 0 0 8 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 4 8
Alientown 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 04
Earned runs Scran ton, 8. Two base
hits Doron, Browning, Throe b.iso bit
Westlake. Saci flee hits l'helau, Sogers,
Stolen bases Eat Chen, Wood. Double
plays Hogan to Massey. struck out By
IJoiaon, 5; Flanaghan, S; llnldwiu, i.
Firnt tnse on balls By Ilo lon, 1; by
Baldwin. 3. WilJ pitches-Baldwin, 8.
Hit by pitched ball Ivelly, Mllligan. Ti:nu
of game 8,85. Umpire itinu.
OTHER STATE tAGU C.lfiflSS.
Barrlsbnrg, ..0 a 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8
l'ottsville 0 000004004
Hits UarriHlmrg, 10; Potteville, 9. Er
rors 11 arrisburg, 5; l'ottsville, 8. bat
teries Huston and Wentei Hughes and
Digglns. Umpire- Mitchell.
Hasleton 2 2203003 C-18
Easton .0 00200001-3
Hits Hasleton, 20; Eiuston, 5. Errors
Hasleton, 0; Baston, 7. ustterles Jor
dan and Moore; Carr and Fairhurst.
Altoona 0 0 0 8 4 ". 0 0 0-8
Beading 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2-4
Hits Altooun, 9; (trading, 8. Errors
Altoona, l; Heading, 4. Batteries
Scbielel and Cote; Deauion and Uoudhart.
D n piru Corcoran.
Brooklyn 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0-8
Cincinnati 1 01000201-6
Hits Brooklyn. 7; Cincinnati, 13. Er
rors Brooklyn, 0; Cincinnati, 0. Bat
teries ia-tnght and SinsloWi Chamber
Iain and Mnrpby. Umpire Swartwood.
At New York
New York....0 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 x- 4
Louisville 0 01000000-1
Hits New York, 8; liOUi..vil!e, 4. Er
rors New Yorn, It Louisville, 8. Batter
is Meekin aud Farrelt) Knell aud Urim.
P.oton I 0 0 0 3 5 2 1 s-12
Ciiicago 0 3 0 0 1 3 0 0 2- 1)
Hits Boston, 18; Chicago, 14. Errors
Boston, 8; unicago, 0. Batteries Nicnois
and Ryan 1 AlcUill aud SChriver. Umpire
Philadelphia.. 1 0 5 2 1 0 2 3 4-17
I'lttburg 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 I
Hits-Philadelphia, 98) Pittsburg 8. Er
rors Philadelphia, 2; Pittsburg, 8. Hat
teries Taylor and Cross; Ehret and Mor
ritt. Umpire Lynch.
Washington.. 8 00000100-4
St. Louis 0 0000000 3-3
Bits Washington, 0; St. Louis, 10. Er
rors, Wasbiugtou, l; st. Louis, 0, Batter
ies Meroer and MeQniroi llroitenstelu
and I'eitz. Umpire Hurst.
Troy, 14: Blnghamton, 1.
buli'alo, 13; Bpringfleld, 10.
Provi lence, 8; Erie, L
Syracuse, 10; Wilko-iiane, 4.
COLLEGE G. MES.
UniV'ty of Pa.O 2 0 10 3 3 13 0-22
Princeton it 1 0 0 2 8 0 0 1 '.)
Hits University of Pennsylvania, 20;
Princeton, 13. Errors Univcisity of
Pennsylvania, It Princeton, i. Batteries
Sboenhutt a;.d Congan; Llltserot and
Williams. Umpire- Bl . .
GLKiTS FilOJU THE DIAMOND.
Hog an had nn off day at ibe bat yester
Whin Kelly. Struok out in the sixth in
ning, a migbti cheer went up, sue 1 as had
not previously been heard on tin grounds.
If 'or pets" wonld strugjlo oftener for
victory as they did yesterday after the
eighth inning, 'they would wiu many moro
Tno Young Mon's Christian Union ilae
Pall team, of oiyphiuit, defeated the
Adonl3 chib yesteritay aftornnoii . u a
sc re of 10 to liO,
On account of having failed to cbsy
Manager Swift's instructions while ,-.t
bat yesterday, Higgius iras gives u day eff
The American Stars defeated the Poiin
Avenue Htsrs yesterday by a score off to
ti. Tho game was played on ibe Peuu
nvenna grounds and was witnessed by a
largo nnml er of persom.
June 18, 1801. To whom it may concern:
This Is to certify that tho bass ball grounds
known as tho "James Boyt.' Grounds" havo
been lot to tho St. Thomas CollegoBase Ball
club to use ou Juno 13. 1804. All rights re
served for the t-nid club. Signeil. John
MtJLLARXT, Manager James Boys' Ba60
The stockholdero of (ho Base Ball asso
ciation held a meeting last evening it
which overtures were made for tho amica
ble Settlement of tho differences that exist
with regard to a board of directors. It is
probable that at a special meeting to be
hold tomorrow night a settlement will bo
arrived at At the same meeting a cousti
tion and by-laws will bo considered.
The Scranton Juniors defeated tho boot
blacks by u icoro of 14 to 5 yesterday. The
Juniors aro Kooator Tiorney, manager;
Stanley Moyer, captain; James Cooper,
pitcher; Stanley Meyer, catcher; Eugene
Trott, second catcher; James Arigouia,
Bhort stop; Austin Gorman, first base;
I raim Arigonia, second base; Frod Straw,
third base; Charles Schrader, right Held;
Johu Brown, center Held; Harry Decora
tion, loft Held.
NOTES ABOUT BICYCLE MEET.
A handsome banner has been stretched
across Lackawanna nvonue. advertising
the Scranton club's meet ou July 4.
The task of supplyinc refreshments for
tho wheelmen will be no small one, but
tnose wno i.now tue Mcranton boys need
not ieur mat inoy win not lie equal toao It.
The club house pn Washington avenue is
oecorateit witn Handsome banners and
siitns ndvortising the meet. Verv many
members meet tboro every ovening nnd
nil aro enthusiastic In working for tuu suc
cess of tho enterprise inaugurated. This
is the greatest undo; taking th club has
evtr -unit upon its lianos, bat it ld'.-o-
uuuraKing to see each member resolving
Iriinsell .utu 11 coutfuitteo or cue to woi
for tho success of tho Bifalr.
Tho prise 1 tiered for the largest number
of wheelmen in tho purnde anould excite a
great deal of rivalry among ibaclnb In
this section. The prias is valued at HO,
A large number ol cyclers from Bingham-
ton are expected to participate.
S. n. Clifford, Now OassaL wis., was
troubled with !-.!. and meutnatism,
bis stomach was disordered, his liver was
affseted to an alarming degree, appetite
fell away, and ho was terribly reduced ia
flesh and strength. Three bottles of Elec
tric Bitters cured him.
Edward Bhephord, Barrisburg; III., hud
a running soroon bis leg of eight years'
standing. Used three bottles of Electric
Bitters and seven boxes of Buck Ion's
Arnica Balvo and his log ia sound and
well. John Speaker, Catawba, O., had
live lam fever sores 011 his leg, doctors
said lie was incurable. On- bottle Electric
Bitters and on.) box Buckleu's Arnicu
Salvo cured hira entirely. Sold by JJnt
The Oermani.iu are making extensive
preparations for their ball and social
which will cccur on June 19 In Key
t). E Ensign1, of Way mart, was a
oaller Here yeetsrday,
fliis Lizzio KMwards has returned
homo from a visit with relatives iu
Brooklyn, N. Y.
Tha final examination of the gradu
ating class of the High school ends.!
'llio Lyceum Opera company ure ad
vertising tho repeating of the recent
successful opera, '"Pirates of Penz
ance." It will occur on June l'J
A union picnic of Oarbondale S.b
bath schools is being planned to be
held Ht Farview this summer.
The work on Hotel American is
nearing completion and the new up
town hotel is nearly ready to bo opened
to tho public.
Miss Stella Hathaway will loave on
Friday for tho Lodiie, Preston Park,
that being the opening day of the sea
sou at that popular resort.
Mrs. Divld Zleley, jr., of Brooklyn,
N. Y., is tho guest of her mother, Jlru.
B, Manvllle, at Oak Cliff. Farview.
Rev. E J. Balsloy left yesterduy
morning for a short stay at Lancaster.
Building lots have bon purchased
on South Spring stroot by Chauucey
Hart and M, K. Hurdy, who will soon
havd homej erected upon thorn.
Adolf Lali.oz, carriage manufacturer,
110 Carroll street, Buffalo, N. Y states;
1 was troubled with nausea of the stomach,
sick headache and general debility. Bur
duck Blood Bitters cured me.
Three men who were resisting arrest
in Bntqmehanna yesterday, were ar
restod and brought before Justice of
the Pence Tiffany of that place who
sentenced one to six months in the
county j ill at Montrose and tho other
two to thirty d,;ys at the same place.
Chief of Police MoMabon, of Susque
hanna, was iu this place with tho
prisoners today on bis way with them
to the county j lil at Montrose.
Chas. Lawrence's house is receiving
a c at of paint.
Fiora Johnson spent Sunday with
friends and relatives in the Parlor
Maggie McAloon, of Nicholson, is
visiting her brotlur, John MoAloon, in
Mrs. W. H. Doty, of Patterson. N.
J. .is visiting at H19 residence of G.orge
Wilcott, on Cliass avenue.
Mrs. Will Hoover and sons, Ira and
Louis, are visiting friends in Elmlra,
Edward Hendriek has tho founda
tion laid for a new hjuao 0:1 Chase
L. D, Sawyer, tho popular grocer of
this place, has attacucd a caboose to
his delivery and which is ofteu seeii
run by a pusher.
During the severe thunder storm
yesterday tho telegraph wire which
runs from here to Great Bend was
struek and torn from the bridge.
R. MURRAY. M. D.,
Surgeon General ( Rotlred ), U. S. A.
"As ,1 dietetic prcpnration
I believe Bovinine of great
value. I have used it for more
than a year in a very aggra
vated case of nervous dyspep
sia, and found it very much
superior to any other meat
" I also find it keeps in the
warmest weather. It is easily
prepared for administration,
and has been successful in
every case where I have tried it . "
Sold by all druggists.
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Manufactured at tno Wapwallopon Mills, La
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HENRY BELIN, Jr,
General Agent for tho Wyoming District,
118 Wyoming Ave., Scranton Pa.
Third National Bank Building.
THOS. FORD. Pittst ai, Pa.
JOHN U SMITH .t : ON; Plymouth. Ta.
E. V. MULLIGAN, Wllkeu-I'arre. Pa.
Ageiim for tho RopaoM Cnouiiual Com
lauy's High liaulusirea.
ranf of all Mnds cost that much, ea
tept Situations W uiUcd,which are insert
O tarn, Syoara of sre, drtvtof delivery
a oil or any hoasst wrk. Address A. L.
OITUATIOK WANTED A8 BABTENDEB
tj by a young man of exptrlenoe, Bestol
reference. AadreM, Bartender, Box 'Alt,
LADY WMfl.n I.1KKTO DO WASHING
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VI liiilit position; has S knowledite of
shorthand and bookkeeping) g ud references
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VV wants WRsliinK or scrubbing by the
day. Address 514 l nimett street.
CITIJATIOB WAN PED -llYA YOUNG
O man Is years old, na olerk or bookkeeper;
I 1 tain writer andsaconrate at flgurss Address
2. K. W.. No U Hal'! btroot.
POSITIDN WANTED AS GROCERY
I clerk ltii the 0 nance of working up; no
had lniliits; can furnish nodd r, feroace. Ad
drets I'". C 1h x M, Montrose. 1J,
WAN rid) to BUY COMMON PIGEONS;
Will etve 85 cents a pair. Call at room
2, 1 Hen Building, i-'i Washington avenue, er
aidl ess Kilters to 1 ost Office Ilex RH, Koran
t. n, Pa,
IIT ANTED MAN WITH LIFE AND VIBE
f insurance experieucu as solicitor in
Lackawanna county; good inducements ta
right man. Address lia-ai Bets building,
' AXTKD-M.-n to dlsiribute idrbirf and
VI collect named )iich s: 1 rii es imid. In
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1 17 ANTED 17 YOO ABE A CATHOLIC
I r nnenployod and will work tor $is per
week, write MucCounell Bros., 11 Frnimllu
street, Boston, Mass,
U-ANTHD-AN KNEHGET1C MAN WITH
J at" lit (180, Can ei an Bgenoy Whioh
will pay f-.'i a week and expenses.
A. A. BARNEe, Conway Rouse.
rpwo OR THKER RELIABLE MEN CAN
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With sniuil family In la ge, airy house. Hot
1 nd eoid baths Free carriage to depi t ami
cliui'ch Tliree-quarters of a mile from Ma
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'o LET KOB A TERM OP YEARS
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I Photograph Galle.y. will sen at one
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Apply to I). R. BRAMAX, Forest City, Pa.
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F T SCNe of land, line urge h use. iuo-1 ru
Impreyeneata Easy dlttanoa trim Heran-
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L-OH SALE OR EXCHANGE FOB SCRAN
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Increasing iu nroonotion and value yearly iu
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NETTLETON, Uake Helen, Fiorina
liLANlv BOOKS, PAMPHLETS, maga
I) silieH, etc., bound or rel.omid at The
TRIBUNS office, yuick work. Rcaionablo
MEAL TICKETS CAN HE HAD AT 1.
corner spruce street and Franklin ave
nue. Twenty meal tickets lor 3.50. Good
Large Medium and
Choice timothy and
lawn Grass Seeds
Guano, Bono Dust
and Phosphates for
Farms, Lawns and
HUNT & CONNELLCO. I
Of the Pomphrey k Morton Stock Is
Great Slaughter ol Prices in all Departments. Millinery, Ladies'
Hats, Gents' Straw and Fur Hats, Clothing, etc.,
Almost Given Away.
Dress Goods, Silks, White Goods, Muslins, Curtains, Ladies and
Gents' Underwear, Hosiery and Gloves, Corsets, Cloaks,
Suits and Capes, Children's Reefers,
Shirt Waists and Blouses.
At prices you never heard of in your life. Come early, boforo assMtiuont is broken.
J) I you wear Silk Gloves? Do you have
trouble with the finger tips wearing out?
It can be avoided. By buying the
Black, Modes, Tans, Slates and Greys.
PRICE 75c. and $!
They are sold with a guarantee ticket in each pair, en
titling the customer to another pair free of charge in
any case where the tips wear out before the gloves.
CONNOLLY & WALLACE
By the most experienced workmen in the city.
NO FANCY PRICES.
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City Music Store,
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LOUIS B. SMITH
Dealer in Choice Confections and Fruits.
BREAD AND CAKES A SPECIALTY.
FINEST ICE CREAM
1437 Capouse Avenue.
Now Going On,
Tipped Silk Gloves
0pp. Court House.
R. R. SPIKES
Wagonmakers' and Blacksmiths'
( PAHLOBS OPEN FBOM 7 A.M. TO 11 P.M.
- bPECIAL ATTENTION GIVKN TO SOP
( PLYING FAMILIES WITH ICE CHE AM.
Give us a call and tell us what
you think of the many changes
aud improvements. Paper aud
paint have wrought wonders, but
And our new Cash System ho
done much moro that U, perhaps,
Of greater interest to you. Prices
have dropped and qualities have
have goua up. That's the case in
a nutshell, but yon may want
more tangible proof of this. If so,
you'll find it at the store. Look
in our windows.
t ash Dealer in Diamonds, Watohes,
Jowulry, i; c.
Cor. Penn Ave. anil tyrncn SL
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