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06/15/17 09:36 PM

Appreciate the feedback.

The '71 Indians have major pitching liabilities for sure.  Offensively Fosse is really the only productive bat in the lineup.  Nettles average is low and he hasn't been a big threat.  With that being said he will probably go deep in the next game.

The '60 N.L. race may turn into a three team race if the Buccos can keep up their winning ways.  L.A. has the better pitching than Cincy, but Cincy has a pretty good offensive team.

The '60 A.L. race is proving very interesting.  Chicago, New York, and Baltimore are all hanging strong.  Detroit has crept back into the race as well.  Chicago has Wynn and Pierce in the starting rotation having won a combined 33 games!!  Staley has been lights out of the 'pen.  The Yankees are there because of their bats mainly and Turley who is 14-2.  They get Ford back for Sunday's doubleheader.  Mantle .236 and Maris .243 have really struggled though with their average and Skowron is currently out of action.  The O's greatest asset is their pitching and their offense has produced just enough.

Time will tell for the '60 season, but it sure has been enjoyable to play to this point.

RTJR

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06/16/17 05:14 PM

Sunday, June 27, 1971 - Scoreboard Update @ 2:42 P.M.

National League

PITTSBURGH      5    TOP 7      New York      0    TOP 3
Philadelphia      3                   Montreal      0

Chicago            0    TOP 3       Cincinnati      1    BOT 2
ST. LOUIS          1                   Atlanta          1

American League

Washington      1    BOT 7       Cleveland      0    TOP 5        BALTIMORE      3    BOT 3
NEW YORK       2                    DETROIT        7                    Boston             0

CALIFORNIA      2    BOT 2       Milwaukee    0    TOP 3
Chicago           0                    Minnesota     0

A great start to the 17-game day.  Looking to continue again tomorrow,

RTJR

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06/17/17 05:22 PM

Sunday, June 27, 1971 - Scoreboard Update @ 3:36 P.M.

Washington        0  0  0    0  1  0    0  0  0  -  1
New York           0  2  0    0  0  0    0  0      -  2

WP - Bahnsen (7-7)    LP - Shellenback (3-2)
T - 2:09

Bahnsen superb for Yankees:  Stan Bahnsen goes the distance on a four-hitter leading the Yankees to a victory in game one of their Sunday doubleheader.  Gene Michael's RBI double and Ron Hansen's sacrifice fly put the Yankees on the scoreboard.

Pittsburgh        2  3  0    0  0  0    0  1  0  -  6
Philadelphia     3  0  0    0  0  0    6  0      -  9

WP - Fryman (5-6)    LP - Walker (6-4)    SV - Hoerner (20)
HR - Montanez (13), Johnson 2, (15), Stone (2), Ryan (2)
T - 2:24

Phillies Power Up:  as they score all 9 runs by way of the HR.  Philadelphia slugs four HR's in the big six-run 7th inning as they defeat the Pirates in game one of Sunday's doubleheader at Veterans Stadium.  Joe Hoerner preserves the victory getting the final five outs to lower his ERA to 0.25.

National League Scoreboard

NEW YORK      2    TOP 7      Chicago      3    TOP 6
Montreal         0                  St. Louis     3

CINCINNATI      3    BOT 6    San Francisco      0    TOP 4
Atlanta            1                Houston               0

American League Scoreboard

Washington      0    BOT 1      Cleveland      5    BOT 7
New York         0                   DETROIT        9

BALTIMORE      5    TOP 7       CALIFORNIA      2    BOT 6
Boston            0                    Chicago            0

MILWAUKEE      4    BOT 5
Minnesota        2

I always try to dwell on the positives of each game, but today I must write briefly about the rough day Boston catcher Duane Josephson is having.  So far he is 0-for-3 having hit into three 5-4-3 double plays.  It has to really hurt to make 1/3 of your teams outs through the first six innings.

Hoping to be back at it tomorrow on Fathers Day!!  Until then, Happy Fathers Day gentlemen and enjoy the great Strat replays,

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06/18/17 02:37 PM

Your ability to play multiple games still amazes me. Nice to see Fryman get a win, I always liked him while he was with the Tigers, RIP. 

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06/18/17 03:18 PM

Actually my abilitiy to play multiple games is actually as my wife says, "crazy"!!

It certainly adds a sense of realism as I can see/feel how a day is going around the "big leagues".  It is almost as if the games are happening in "real time".

Just took a break and saw the reply, thanks.

Oh by the way, made it to 4:01 P.M. with 6/27/71 and there are currently 11 games in progress.  And no, I will not have a full 12 going on.  Some early games won't make it to the bottom of the hour for the K.C./Oak. start of game 1 of their doubleheader.

On another note, sure didn't like seeing the Buccos going down to the Phillies in game 1.  Who would have ever thought that Philadelphia would hit 5 HR's in a single game.  In fact, the Pirates staff going into that game had only allowed 39 HR's for the season.  

Despite a (5-6) record, Fryman has pitched well for the Phillies.  His line to date is:  GP - 15  CG - 2  IP - 80 1/3  H - 77  BB - 17  SO - 60  ERA - 3.25

I will be back at it this evening, not sure when I will be posting results though.  Either tonight or tomorrow A.M.

Until then,

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Sunday, June 27, 1971 - Scoreboard Update @ 4:24 P.M.

Cleveland        0  0  0    0  5  0    0  0  0  -  5
Detroit            5  0  1    1  1  1    0  0      -  9

WP - Timmerman (8-3)    LP - Dunning (4-11)
HR - R. Foster (8), Rodriguez (7)
T - 2:44


Tigers roll to six in a row:  by thumping the Tribe at Tiger Stadium.  Auerlio Rodriguez's three-run HR in the 1st chases Indians starter Steve Dunning.  Tom Timmerman picks up Mickey Lolich going 3 2/3 innings in relief to get the win.  Cleveland has now lost nine games in a row.  Next up for Detroit, a series in Baltimore.

New York        0  0  0    0  2  0    1  0  0  -  3
Montreal         0  0  0    0  0  0    0  0  1  -  1

WP - Koosman (8-2)    LP - Morton (3-14)    SV - Frisella (7)
T - 2:09

Koosman is brilliant again:  pitching the Mets over the Expos at Jarry Park in Montreal.  Koosman goes 8 innings scattering 4 hits and striking out 8 Expos.  For the season Koosman's numbers look like this:  GP - 11  CG - 4  IP - 89  H - 57  BB - 20  SO - 56  ERA - 1.52


NATIONAL LEAGUE SCOREBOARD

PITTSBURGH      2    TOP 3      Chicago      3    TOP 9      CINCINNATI      4    BOT 8
Philadelphia      0                   St. Louis     3                  Atlanta            3

San Francisco      2    TOP 6      San Diego      0    TOP 3
Houston              2                  Los Angeles    0


AMERICAN LEAGUE SCOREBOARD

Washington      0    BOT 4      BALTIMORE      8    BOT 9
New York         0                   Boston            3


CALIFORNIA      4    BOT 9      MILWAUKEE      4    BOT 8
Chicago            1                  Minnesota        2


Hopefully the Scoreboard let's you all know about the fine games on this date.  After some strawberry picking tomorrow morning I hope to continue 6/27/71!!

Until next time,

RTJR

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Sunday, June 27, 1971 - Scoreboard Update @ 5:23 P.M.

Baltimore      1  2  0    0  2  0    3  0  0  -  8
Boston          0  0  0    0  0  0    1  0  3  -  4

WP - McNally (7-4)    LP - Peters (7-6)
HR - B. Robinson (12), Josephson (8)
T - 2:35

O's maintain first place in the A.L. East:  with a sweep of the Red Sox at Fenway Park.  Baltimore's offense bangs out 14 hits including 4 by lead off man Don Buford.  Dave McNally goes 8 innings before giving way in the 9th inning.

Cincinnati      0  1  2    0  0  0    0  1  0  -  4
Atlanta          1  0  0    0  0  1    1  0  0  -  3

WP - Gibbon (5-3)    LP - Jarvis (6-3)    SV - Carroll (17)
HR - Perez (12), Garr (5), Evans (8)
T - 2:26

Tony Perez goes:  4-for-4 and slugs the winning HR in the 8th inning.  Starting pitcher Tony Cloninger goes 6 1/3 innings in a spot start to lead the Reds on the hill.  Clay Carroll strikes out 3 over the final two innings for Cincinnati.


California      0  2  0    0  0  0    0  2  0  -  4
Chicago         0  0  0    0  0  0    1  0  0  -  1

WP - May (6-6)    LP - Horlen (0-7)
T - 2:12

Angels win game one of Sunday's doubleheader:  behind lefty Rudy May.  May tosses a five-hitter and strikes out seven to even his record for the season.  His ERA is now a tidy 2.22.


Milwaukee      0  0  2    0  2  0    0  0  0  -  4
Minnesota      0  0  0    2  0  0    0  0  0  -  2

WP - Slaton (3-3)    LP - Corbin (3-5)    SV - Sanders (17)
T - 2:29

The Crew wins in Minnesota:  taking the first game of Sunday's twinbill.  Jim Slaton works 7 strong innings.  Closer Ken Sanders retires all six batters he faces to record the save.  Ron Theobald drives in two runs for the Brewers.


NATIONAL LEAGUE SCOREBOARD

Pittsburgh            3    BOT 6      CHICAGO      4    TOP 12
PHILADELPHIA      4                   St. Louis       3

San Francisco      2    BOT 9       
SAN DIEGO      3    BOT 6
Houston              2                    Los Angeles     0


AMERICAN LEAGUE SCOREBOARD

Washington      1    BOT 7      CALIFORNIA      1    BOT 3
NEW YORK       6                   Chicago            0

Milwaukee       0    BOT 2      Kansas City       2    TOP 4
Minnesota       0                   
OAKLAND          5

Another successful day of the '71 replay.  Tomorrow the "slow & steady" replay train continues.  I anticipate many more finals tomorrow as well as hopefully getting close to starting game 2 of the K.C./Oak. doubleheader in Oakland.

Until next time,

RTJR

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06/20/17 07:12 AM

Those big Sunday double headers were neat things at the time - but really take a long time to play out in the Strat-world.

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Sunday, June 27, 1971 - Scoreboard Update @ 6:32 P.M.

Washington        0  0  0    0  1  0    0  1  0  -  2
New York           0  0  0    1  4  0    1  0      -  4

WP - Kline (9-3)    LP - Broberg (3-6)    SV - Aker (13)
T - 2:24

The Yankees sweep, the Yankees sweep:  as Steve Kline pitches 7 strong innings to lead the Yankees to victory.  Ron Blomberg paces the offense with 3 RBI.

Pittsburgh        1  1  0    0  0  1    3  0  0  -  6
Philadelphia     0  0  1    2  1  0    0  0  0  -  4

WP - Blass (11-4)    LP - Selma (3-3)    SV - Giusti (17)
HR - Sanguillen (6), Luzinski (5)
T - 2:36

Bucs gain split in Philly:  as Manny Sanguillen slugs a three-run HR in the 7th inning to put the Pirates ahead to stay.  Steve Blass goes 6 1/3 innings picking up his 11th win of the season.


Chicago        0  0  1    1  1  0    0  0  0    0  0  1    1  -  5
St. Louis       0  1  0    2  0  0    0  0  0    0  0  1    2  -  6

WP - Taylor (2-0)    LP - Tompkins (2-1)
HR - Cruz (7), Hague (9)
T - 3:42

Cardinals win Sunday afternoon marathon:  at Busch Stadium as they outlast the Cubbies.  Lou Brock's bases loaded one-out, two-run single in the bottom of the 13th inning gives the Redbirds the win.


San Francisco        0  0  0    0  2  0    0  0  0    0  0  -  2
Houston                0  0  0    0  2  0    0  0  0    0  3  -  5

WP - Spinks (2-0)    LP - Hamilton (2-3)
HR - Mayberry (4)
T - 2:54

Mayberry walks it off for the Astros:  as he connects for a one-out, three-run HR in the 11th inning.  Mayberry is 4-for-19 on the season with all 4 of his hits being home runs!

San Diego        0  0  3    0  0  0    1  0  0  -  4
Los Angeles     0  0  0    0  0  0    0  0  2  -  2

WP - Arlin (5-12)    LP - Downing (8-5)    SV - Acosta (4)

T - 2:26

Arlin is superb:  allowing only 4 hits in 7+ innings to lead the Padres to their third win in the four game series vs. the Dodgers.  

NATIONAL LEAGUE EAST STANDINGS                     NATIONAL LEAGUE WEST STANDINGS
                    W      L      GB                                                           W      L      GB

Pittsburgh    51     24      ----                                  Cincinnati        42     35      ----
New York     43     31      7 1/2                               San Francisco   41     35         1/2
Chicago       43     34      9                                     Atlanta             40     40      3 1/2
                                                                           Los Angeles       37     38      4

                                                                           Houston            32     44      9 1/2
AMERICAN LEAGUE EAST STANDINGS
                    W      L      GB

Baltimore     46     29     ----
Detroit         45     30      1
New York      43     33      3 1/2
Boston          37     36      8


AMERICAN LEAGUE SCOREBOARD

CALIFORNIA      4    BOT 7      Milwaukee      0    TOP 7      Kansas City      2    BOT 8
Chicago            1                  Minnesota       0                   
OAKLAND         6

13 games down, 4 left to complete!!  Tomorrow hopefully will be the final day to finish off 6/27/71.  Side note from Oakland:  Reggie Jackson has hit 3 HR's against the Royals in game one of their doubleheader.

More tomorrow,

RTJR

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 Sunday, June 27, 1971 - Scoreboard Update @ 9:30 P.M.

California        0  1  0    0  0  0    3  0  0  -  4
Chicago           0  0  1    0  0  0    0  1  1  -  3

WP - Clark (3-3)    LP - John (7-4)    SV - Allen (8)
HR - Conigliaro (1), Moses (4), Morales (3)
T - 2:22

Halos Sweep in Chicago:  as Jerry Moses crushes a three-run pinch hit HR in the 7th inning.  Rickey Clark allows only 3 hits over 7+ innings of work for California.


Milwaukee        0  0  0    0  0  0    1  1  0  -  2
Minnesota        0  0  0    0  0  0    0  1  0  -  1

WP - Lockwood (6-6)    LP - Luebber (1-2)    SV - Sanders (18)
T - 2:19

Crew Bring Out the Brooms in Minnesota:  as they sweep Sunday's doubleheader versus the Twins.  Skip Lockwood pitches 7 2/3 innings of outstanding ball for Milwaukee.  Closer Ken Sanders saves both games of the twinbill.


Kansas City        0  0  0    2  0  0    0  0  1  -  3
Oakland            0  1  4    0  0  1    0  0      -  6

WP - Segui (3-4)    LP - Wright (3-3)    SV - Fingers (17)
HR - Campaneris (10), Jackson 3, (17)

T - 2:17

Reggie, Reggie, Reggie:  Jackson goes deep three times driving in four runs for the A's who win game one.  Deigo Segui is solid for 8 innings in the win.  Rollie Fingers puts out the Royals rally in the 9th inning.
 

Kansas City        0  1  0    2  0  1    0  0  0  -  4
Oakland             0  2  0    0  0  0    0  0  0  -  2

WP - Dal Canton (4-6)    LP - Odom (5-5)    SV - Burgmeier (4)
HR - Valdespino (1), Monday (10)
T - 2:22

Royals Avoid Sweep:  picking up a solid win in game two of the Sunday doubleheader.  Starting pitcher Bruce Dal Canton goes 7 2/3 innings for the win.  Gail Hopkins puts K.C. ahead for good in the 4th inning with a two-run single.
 

AMERICAN LEAGUE WEST STANDINGS
                    W      L      GB

Oakland       45     31      ----
Chicago       38     33      4 1/2
Kansas City  39     36      5 1/2

The 1971 replay is now 46.8% complete!!

Next up beginning tomorrow will be Sunday, August 14, 1960.  Here is the schedule:


NATIONAL LEAGUE

St. Louis (Kline 0-3 and Gibson 4-6) at Pittsburgh (Gibbon 4-6 and Law 13-9)                          1:00
Chicago (Cardwell 4-8 and Hobbie 8-16) at Philadelphia (Owens 3-10 and Buzhardt 9-14)        1:05
Los Angeles (Podres 12-11) at Cincinnati (Hook 9-11)                                                             1:30
San Francisco (McCormick 12-10) at Milwaukee (Buhl 12-12)                                                   2:30

AMERICAN LEAGUE

Boston (Muffett 6-5) at Baltimore (Brown 12-5)                                                                     1:30
Detroit (Fischer 9-3 and Bunning 12-9) at Cleveland (Locke 5-6 and Stigman 6-5)                    1:30
Washington (Kralick 4-6 and Stobbs 9-4) at New York (Coates 10-6 and Ford 12-8)                   1:30
Kansas City (K. Johnson 3-8 and Garver 7-8) at Chicago (Score 3-6 and Pierce 16-7)                2:30

Well, after just completing 17 games in 6 days another 13 game slate begins tomorrow.  

The A.L. leading White Sox play a twinbill against the cellar dwelling Athletics with a good chance to maybe take two.  New York goes into their doubleheader versus Washington banged up.  Mickey Mantle, Bob Cerv, Bill Skowron, and Clete Boyer are all out with injuries.  Baltimore hopes to take advantage of Boston yet again.  Detroit lurking in the A.L. race is in Cleveland hoping to keep pace.

In the N.L. Los Angeles and Cincinnati finish their four game set in Cincy.  Pittsburgh hopes to be successful against two-spot starters for the Cardinals.

Until tomorrow,

RTJR


    

 

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Sunday, August 14, 1960 - Scoreboard Update @ 2:33 P.M.

NATIONAL LEAGUE SCOREBOARD

ST. LOUIS           6    BOT 5        CHICAGO        3    BOT 6
Pittsburgh          4                    Philadelphia    1


LOS ANGELES     4    BOT 4        San Francisco        0    TOP 1
Cincinnati          0                    Milwaukee             0


AMERICAN LEAGUE SCOREBOARD

Boston               1    BOT 4        Detroit              3    BOT 4
BALTIMORE        4                     CLEVELAND        4

Washington        2    BOT 4        Kansas City        0    TOP 1

NEW YORK         3                     Chicago             0

A herky-jerky beginning to this day.  The hitting is outplaying the pitching to this point.  Some comments:

Injury riddled St. Louis knocks Gibbon out early in the 'Burgh.  Banks is the "main man" in Philly.  As Ernie would say, "let's play two today".  L.A. looking to take 3-of-4 from Cincy off to a good start behind Johnny Podres.  O's score early at home.  Cleveland tries to derail the Tigers express again at home.  Injury depleted Yankees get a big two-run HR from Maris early.  Yanks also lose McDougald to injury in this one.

The action continues tomorrow,

RTJR

 

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Sunday, August 14, 1960 - Scoreboard Update @ 3:35 P.M.

NATIONAL LEAGUE SCOREBOARD

St. Louis        7    BOT 8        Chicago          4    BOT 9
PITTSBURGH  8                     Philadelphia   4

LOS ANGELES    8    TOP 8     San Francisco    0    TOP 5
Cincinnati         1                 Milwaukee         0


AMERICAN LEAGUE SCOREBOARD

Boston           3    BOT 7        DETROIT          5    BOT 8
BALTIMORE   11                     Cleveland        4

Washington    2    BOT 8        Kansas City      0    TOP 5

NEW YORK     4                     CHICAGO         3

This has been a crazy day of baseball to play thus far.  I even went so far to check if their actually was a full moon on this date.  There wasn't, missed it by one week.  Hits have been going all over, and yet some brilliant pitching in other venues.  Hoping to report some finals tomorrow.  Headlines thus far:

N.L. Headlines:  Virdon is 5-for-5 and puts Bucs in front in the 8th inning / Philly rallies late, now has bases loaded with one out / L.A. dominating the Reds / McCormick and Buhl duel at County Stadium

A.L. Headlines:  O's erupt for six in the sixth inning / Fischer tough for the Tigers in Cleveland / Coates pitching a splendid game in N.Y. / Score dominating the Athletics at Comisky

Until tomorrow,

RTJR

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06/24/17 09:48 PM

Sunday, August 14, 1960 - Scoreboard Update @ 4:39 P.M.

St. Louis        1  4  0    1  0  1    0  0  0  -  7
Pittsburgh      1  0  3    0  1  0    2  1     -  8

WP - Green (3-1)    LP - Grim (1-7)    SV - Face (23)
HR - Hoak (13), Stuart (14)
T - 2:42

Bucs Comeback:  getting a two-run HR from Don Hoak in the seventh inning and capping the comeback with the go ahead single by Bill Virdon in the eighth inning.  Virdon goes 5-for-5 on the day!!


Los Angeles        3  0  0    1  2  0    2  3  0  - 11
Cincinnati          0  0  0    0  0  1    0  5  1  -   7

WP - Podres (13-11)    LP - Hook (9-12)
HR - Howard (14), Pinson (16), Robinson (36)
T - 2:48

Dodgers take 3-of-4:  from the Reds on the weekend by banging out 20 hits on Sunday afternoon.  Jim Gilliam goes 4-for-4 on the day while Maury Wills, Tommy Davis, and Charlie Neal all collect three hits each.


Boston        0  0  0    1  0  2    0  0  0  -  3
Baltimore   2  2  0    0  1  6    0  0      - 11

WP - Brown (13-5)    LP - Muffett (6-6)
HR - Brandt (8)
T - 2:29


O's score double digits:  for the second time in less than 24 hours versus the Red Sox.  Hal Brown tosses his 10th complete game of the season in 21 starts for the Orioles.

Detroit        0  1  0    2  2  0    0  0  1  -  6
Cleveland    0  0  4    0  0  0    0  0  3  -  7

WP - Hawkins (3-6)    LP - Aguirre (3-5)
HR - Fischer (2), de la Hoz (8)
T - 2:39

Tribe score:  three unearned runs in the bottom of the 9th inning to shock the Tigers at Municipal Stadium in Cleveland.  Tito Francona continues hot with 3 hits and 2 RBI.


Washington        1  0  1    0  0  0    0  0  1  -  3
New York           0  0  3    0  0  1    0  0      -  4

WP - Coates (11-6)    LP - Kralick (4-7)    SV - Shantz (17)
HR - Green (5), Maris (20)
T - 2:24


Depleted Yanks win:  as Jim Coates goes 8 strong innings striking out 8 Senators.  Yankees win without Mantle, Cerv, Skowron, Boyer, or McDougald.

San Francisco        0  0  0    0  0  0    0  1  0  -  1
Milwaukee            0  0  0    0  0  0    0  0  0  -  0

WP - McCormick (13-10)    LP - Buhl (12-13)
HR - McCovey (6)
T - 2:08

Willie McCovey:  smacks a two-out HR in the 8th inning after taking over for the injured Orlando Cepeda.  Mike McCormick tosses his 12th complete game of the season while lowering his ERA to 2.65.

Kansas City        0  0  0    0  0  1    0  0  0  -  1
Chicago             0  0  2    1  0  2    0  0      -  5

WP - Score (4-6)    LP - K. Johnson (3-9)
HR - Landis (13)
T - 2:09

Herb Score pitches his:  first complete game of the season as the Sox win in Chicago.  Five White Sox get two hits each in Chicago's 12-hit attack.


NATIONAL LEAGUE SCOREBOARD

St. Louis        1    BOT 3        Chicago         4    TOP 14
PITTSBURGH  2                     Philadelphia  4

AMERICAN LEAGUE SCOREBOARD

Detroit        0    TOP 2        Washington        0    TOP 3
Cleveland    0                     
NEW YORK        1

A busy day at the "old ball game".  The fans at Connie Mack Stadium may not be home until early Monday morning??  I will continue this long, fun, exciting, interesting day tomorrow.

Good night from 1960,

RTJR

 

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