St. Louis Post-Dispatch from St. Louis, Missouri on July 26, 1970 · Page 106
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Tit ' k 1 ; " V ' : . - .1 , , - - k i- i - r -s. r ' "i x ! . - S t - s . vA v vi ilvO vvi Nt A4" A r, I .i'vUJiti. ,A VaH J? V AfcfcN iMAY DAY, MAY DAY: Dave May of the Milwaukee "Brewers upsets Boston Red Sox shortstop John Kenedy to 4reak up a double play in yesterday's game in Milwaukee. (UPI Telephoto) T 1 Buffalo Dosne - SSiuffied Along Shorts j The plan for a domed stadium in Erie County for the Buffalo Bills has been killed and as a result, the county may fiace a lawsuit of at least $75,000,000. The rejection of afftrm-j ' ative action on the stadium also left in ( , doubt the future of the Bills' National porT League Football League club. The proposal of a domed stadium, similar to the one in Houston, was m,sde in December of 1958 by Dome Stadium "Inc., the contracted operators of the would-be facility. ' The Erie County legislature, meeting in an all-night "marathon session, voted down a proposed lease agreement 'between the county and Dome Stadium Inc. by a 9-10 vote. I Immediately after the defeat. Dome Stadium said it would file suit against the county for breach of contract. I Fccibal! 1 Jake Scott, an All-America safety at Georgia who skipped his senior year to play in the Canadian Football League, was reported on his way to the Miami Dolphins' preseason camp. Scott played the 19fi9 season with the British Columbia Lions, then was traded to the Montreal Alouettes and placed on waivers. He became eligible for the National Football League draft last winter and was picked in the seventh round by Miami. Ed I.othamcr. do!nive tackle for the Kansas City Chiefs, jrnr.ounced his rctrcment ( "on prfessional football to devote jmnre time to the operation of his popular Kansas City night club. ',. The Boston Patriots have shifted the site of two games avith the Baltimore Colts to accommodate Harvard University, in whose stadium the Pats are making their home for one Reason. The Patriots will play the Colts in Boston on Oct. 4 and in Baltimore on Oct. 23. r Boxing Cassius Clay, former heavyweight champion, was picked up for speeding at 90 miles an hour in his Cadillac Eldorado (On the New York State Northway Friday and fined $50 by a magistrate who said the ex-champ was a "real gentleman." The incident cost Cay another $150 for failure to have a reg-'fciration and for driving without a license. Cassius drove off alter paying the $200. A Erbito Salavarria of the Philippines outpointed Berkrerk ".'Chartvanchai of Thailand, the World Boxing Association Fly-' weight champion, in a 10-round non-title fight at Manila. Baseball I Robert E. Peterson, owner of the Miami Marlins of the Clrss A. Florida State League and president of Romar Plastics Corp. of Chicaao, died yesterday in Miami. He was 64 years old. Outfielder Willie Horton, the Detroit Tigers' leading hitter, :Vas placed on the 21-day disabled list after an examination .'showed he suffered torn ligaments in his left leg during a Friday night game against the Chicago White Sox. Hortcn was injured attempting to catch a sixth-inning drive off the bat of 'Carlos May. jf Basketball .' Warren Dav!. obtained from Pittsburgh last month, signed Shis cont"art with the MiT.ii Fbridians of the American Basketball Association. The ABA formally recognized the American Basketball Players' Association after the final meeting of the players' organization at Denver. Among the fringe benefits, the league 'agreed to a pension plan that would be retroactive to the beginning of the association. ?G-lf Jean Garaialde of France shot a five-under-par 68 to total 135, good for a nine-stroke lead in the thirty-sixth annual , German Open tournament at Krefeld, Germany. Jeff Reaume of Ypsilanti, Mich., the last of 32 golfers to . qualify, captured the Western Junior championship at Ann -Arbor, Mich., with a 4 and 3 final round victory over Dave ' Newquist of Kansas City. ' Lanny Wadkins shot a final 71, one-under-par, to finish with a 72-hole total of 279 and an eight-stroke edge over run-iner-up Tom Kite Jr. in the Southern Golf Association cham-"piofiship. Auto Racing Bobby Isaac drove his 1969 Dodge to victory in the Nashville 420 Grand National stock car race with an average time of 87.830 miles an hour. The triumph enabled Isaac to take over the season's point lead from James Hylton. Extreme heat and a rough track that knocked many cars .out of the running with blown tires reduced the field of 38 .to nine finishers. - - Bobby Allison was second, also in a '69 Dodge, two laps behind Isaac. Tennis The United State.s Lawn Tennis Association has adopted a Isudden-death scoring system for its Open tournament at the JWest Side Tennis Club in Forest Hills, N.Y., Sept. 2-13. When the score of a set reaches 6-6 the set goes into "sudden death" -"with the playing of the best-of-nine points. The player winning -five points takes the set, 7-6. .(Track And Field Ian Stewart defeated fellow Scotsman Ian McCafferty, Kipchoge Keino of Kenya and Australian Ron Clarke in the showcase 5000-meter run that provided an exciting windup to the British Commonwealth Games in Edinburgh Scotland. Stewart set a European and Games record of 13 minutes "22.8 seconds while adding the Commonwealth title to the European crown he won at Athens last year. McAfferty was econd in 13:23.4 and Kein third in 13:27.6. 5 England won the team title with 84 medals to 83 for Australia, but the Aussies accumulated 36 gold medals to 27 'for England. "Miscellaneous Gretel II, Australian contender for the America's Cup, was scheduled to arrive in Providence, R. I., by freighter Aug. 6, two weeks before a best-of-seven series with The France, the French entry. Atlanta Sink s Stars, 6-1 By a Special Correspondent Of the Post-Dispatch ATLANTA, July 25 Atlanta's Henry Largie made his first start as a forward here Saturday night and made it a memorable one as he kicked three goals and assisted on two others, leading Atlanta to a 6-1 North American Soccer League victory over the St. Louis Stars. Largie, who has been in the league for four years, but who has always started as a fullback, ignited a late Atlanta burst that broke open a tight game. Largie, who had one goal in the first half, counted in the seventy-third minute with the Chiefs up, 3-1. Then, he set up Dave Metchick for the Chiefs' fourth goal. He then lobbed a perfect cross to Ray Bloom-field for the fifth goal. He scored again himself on a cross from Mark Welch. All that happened in one 10-minute span. Largie's domination of t h e Chiefs' scoring emphasized Atlanta's domination of the Stars' in the second half. In the final 45 minutes, the Chiefs outplayed the pesky Stars, who had not lost to Atlanta this season prior to tonight. The Stars had two victories and one tie in three previous games. The Stars had 13 shots in the first half but just three in the second half and all of those came late in the game, with the outcome long since decided. Chiefs goalie Manfred Kammerer was not called on to make a save in the last half. Atlanta Ted at the half, 2-1, on the strength of Henry Largie's goal in the thirty-seventh minute. Largie's goal was a rebound of a shot by Dave Metchick. Pat McBrlde, the Stars' leading scorer, had gained a tie when he rammed home a rebound of his own shot with 20 minutes gene in the game. Mc- Bride's first attempt had been blocked by the Chiefs' Manfred Kammerer and then came right back at the feet of Mc-Bride. Atlanta first took the lead with only 1:45 gone in the game. Nick Papadakis, who had one shot come off the bar and another called back because of offsides, netted the goal from close range on the right side. But there should have been more scoring. In addition to Papadakis's missed chances, the Chiefs had at least six other excellent opportunities. Largie Problem ATLANTA ) Po. 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And even with its low, low price, this new one is Torino all the way! With a 117-inch wheelbase which is tops in Torino's class. With Torino's award-winning aerodynamic styling. With Torino's solid unit-body for strength and quiet and plenty of legroom. With Torino's wide-tread design to help hold the road better. And with Torino's easy-running 250 CID Six and choice of six optional V-8's. It's Torino any way you look at it. Car-of-the-Year! And it's an especially great buy right now when all signs point to higher prices in the Fall. See your Ford Dealer now. He has America's biggest choice of economy cars. TORINO PRICES WILL NEVER BE THIS LOW AGAIN! YOUNTS-MAYS DOWNTOWN FORD, Inc. 2222 Market (2 blocks west of Union Sta.) St. Louis, Mo. 631 03 BUD ANDERSON FORD, Inc. S75 Manchester Ball win , St. Louis County 63011 ANHEUSER FORD, Inc. 9201 Highway 66 Crestwood, Mo. 63126 BRODHEAD MOTOR CO. 234 N. El(hth St. E. 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