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The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 13

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Angels Down Orioles On Home Runs, 6-1 THE NEWS, Frederick, Maryland JIB* i. itit PftffeB-1 ANAHEIM (AP) - Home runs by Ken McMullen and Jim Fregosi and the strong pitching of Clyde Wright and Ken Tatum paced the California Angeles to a 61 victory over the Baltimore Orioles Sunday. McMullen drilled a two-run homer in the second inning and added a run-scoring single during a two-run uprising in the fifth against Dave McNally. Fregosi broke out of an 0-for- 13 slump in the third with his fifth homer of the year and also contributed a single to the Angels* IMiit attack. Paul Blair, the Orioles' slick center fielder, suffered a broken nose in the eighth when he was hit in the face by a Tatum pitch.' Blair was removed from the field on a stretcher. AiSL Roundup Mt. Airy Wins; Takes MSL Lead GERMANTOWN - Spike Jones tossed a five-hitter to lead Mt. Airy to a 4-1 win over the Germantown Giants Sunday. The win gives MU Airy sole possession of first place in the Maryland State League. The Giants drop into a tie for second with a 3-1 record with Creagerstown. Jones fanned seven batters while issuing two walks in going the distance. Jones allowed one run on a solo homer by the Giant's Leon Taylor. George Hackey was the losing hurler despite a strong five- hit performance. Hackey struck out eight and issued only two free passes. Four Giant errors led to a three-run fourth inning for Mt. Airy. All three runs were unearned in that frame. Mike Long led the visitors at the plate with two hits including a double. Jim Miller, Butch Foff, and Spike Jones had the other base knocks for Mt Airy. Taylor tagged Jones for the Giants only extra base hit as Howard Lyles, Gerald Stewart, George Hackey, and Don Plummer had the other base hits off the Mt. Airy hurler. Mt. Airy 000 300 010 - 4 5 Giants 000 000 100 -1 5 4 Jones and Jones; Hackey and Plummer Croagerstown, 7; Ramblers, 0 CREAGERSTOWN-^ob Shaffer hurled a five-hitter as Creagerstown blanked the Frederick Ramblers 7-0 in MSL play Sunday. Shaffer fanned 11 and walked one in gaining the victory. TWrrnan led the winners with three hits, two doubles and a two run homer. Mike Fypck, Shaffer and Butch Cline had two hits each for the winners. Dave Winpigler had two bits or the Ramblers. Ramblers 000 000 000 0-5-1 Creagers' 331 000 000 7-11-2 Murphy and Winpigler; Bob Shaffer and Bachtell. Brunswick, 5; Creagerstown, 3 CKEAGERSTOWN - Petey Copper bases loaded single in the top of the seventhgave Brunswick a 5-3 victory over Creagerstown Saturday. This was the first loss of the year for Creagerstown. Two errors and a walk loaded the bases with two outs. Cooper then came up and slashed a single. Axline paced the winners with three hits. He also went the route to gain the victory. Larry Haines wentthedistance for Creagerstown. ·'·» Jim Hoffman led the losers with a two run homer in the sixth, ft came after a single by MikeFyock. Brunswick 001 000 020 25-11-2 Creagers' 000 002 001 0 3-5-2 Axline and Dixon; Haines and Bachtell Germantown, 8; Lucketts, 4 "LUCKETTS - Lucketts got 14 hits, but still lost to Germantown 8-4 in MSL. action Sunday. Earl Ricketts was hit hard but went the distance for the win. He also got two hits to help himself at the* plate. Harold Ricketts and Frederick has three hits each for the winners. See MSL B-2 Tatum also had hit the previous batter, Boog Powell, with pitch. ^_ Powell accounted for the Or- oies' lone run in the sixth with his 15th homer. When Blair followed with a single, Tatum replaced Wright and went on to protect the left-hander's seventh victory in 10 decisions. McNally's season mark Is 8-3. Ash* Wins PARK (AP) - Arthur Ashe conquered a brief streak of wildness Sunday 'and entered he quarter-finals of the French Open tennis tournament with a 3-6, 6-4, 6-2, 6-2. victory oVer Manuel Orantes of Spain. Ashe, of Richmond, Va., shooting for the tennis grand slam, joined Cliff Richey of San Angelo, Tex., in the round of eight, while Mrs. Billie Jean King of Long Beach, Calif., cruised into the women's quarters. UAI.T1MORE CALIFORNIA ab r h bi ab r h bi Rettenmd If S 0 0 0 Alomar 2b 2 0 1 0 Belanger ss 2 0 0 0 JTatum cf 3 0 0 1 DMay ph 1 0 0 0 Johnston* cf 0 0 0 0 MLopez p 0 0 0 0 Fregosi ss 4 2 2 1 Crowley ph 1 0 1 0 AJohnson If 4 1 2 1 FRobinsn rf 5 0 1 0 McMulln jb 4 1 2 3 JPowell Ib 3 1 1 1 Reynolds rf 1 0 0 0 Blair cf 3 0 2 0 Repot rf 3 0 2 0 Palmer pr 0 0 0 0 Spencer Ib 4 0 0 0 Salmon ss 0 0 0 0 Azcue c 4 0 0 0 BRobinsn 3b 4 0 1 0 Wright p 2 2 2 0 DJohnson 2b 4 0 1 0 KTatum p 1 0 0 0 Etchebrn c 1 0 0 0 Hendrcks c 2 0 0 0 McNally p 1 0 0 0 Motion ph i 0 0 0 Leonhard p 0 0 0 0 Buford 2b 2 0 1 0 Total 35 1 * 1 Total 32 6 11 6 Ballimorr 000 001 0 0 o -- 1 California 0 2 2 0 2 0 O O x - 6 E--Alomar. Etchebarren. LOB-Baltimore 11, California 5. 2B--Wright. HR--McMullen (S). Fregosi (5), J.Powell (15). SB--Alomar. S--Alomar 2. SF-- J.Tatum. IP 3 3 2 S 4 McNally (L.8-3) Leonhard M.Lopez Wright (W.7-3) K.Tatum Save--K.Tatum. HBP--by -K.Tatum (J.Powell), by K.Tatum (Blair). WP-- K.Tatum. PB--Etchebarren, Hendricks. T-2:28. A-15,183. R ER BB SO 4 4 0 1 2 2 0 1 0 0 0 2 1 1 2 5 0 0 0 2 Baseball Crown On Line Today Brunswick will face Catoctin for the county-B-C championship today at 1 p.m. at the Thomas Johnson Diamond. '· The Railroaders dominated all county opposition this year to easily win the C crown. Catoctin, which did not win a game last year, upset Frederick twice over the past week to gain the finals. Brunswick beat Catoctin twice this year. The Railroaders have a balanced attack with some of the best hitters in the county. They have some top pitchers in Ricky Dawson and Mitch Deen- The Cougars depend a lot of flrstyear hurler Vernon Ormond. When he gets proper backing Catoctin can be rough as Frederick found out Defense Spires Routed By Martz By STAN GOLDBERG (Sports Editor) The Spirespitching and defense took a vacation as the Frederick team lost to Martz Insurance 12-7 at McCurdy Field Sunday in Maryland Industrial League play. At times looking like anything but a semi-pro team, the Spires committed seven errors that led to eight unearned runs. Three Frederick pitchers gave up 13 hits and only Donnie Neel was really effective for the home team. By the fifth inning the contest began to resemble an exhibition game as Martz began to substitute liberally. They put so many players in the game it was almost impossible to keep track of who was up. Martz, a sloppy dressing outfit with few complete uniforms, played a neat game on the field except for a lapse in the seventh when Frederick scored three times on one hit. The small crowd had a sign of things to come when the invaders rocked starter GregEng- lar for six runs and six hits in the first inning. Three Spire errors aided the cause. Reliever Jerry Ricucci put out the fire, but Martz got to him for two more in the third, another in the fifth and finally knocked him out with three in the seventh. Neel blanked them the rest of the way. See boxecore B-3 Three Martz pitcHers held Frederick to eight hits although the Spires had several opportunities to score but couldnt come through with the key hit. They got their first run when starter Allan Walters walked Wayne Ahalt with the bases loaded in the first inning. Walters then settled down and held the Spires scoreless until the fourth when they scored once on another walk and a double by Bill Seidling. Frederick knocked Walters out in the fifth when Tom Sherald opened with a triple and scored on Ron Milenke's single. Martz then brought in Mike Bolger who immediately gave' up a run scoring double to Jim Snoots. With Snoots and second and none out retired the next three men in a row without a ball leaving the infield. In the sixth Frederick had men on first and third with one out but couldnt score. Then in the seventh they got three runs on only one hit, a triple by Snoots. Two walks* two wild pitches and an error brought the runs across. By that time the game was far out of reach as the two teams played scoreless ball in the final two innings. Eighth Inning Rally Royals Edge Senators, 6-5 WASHINGTON (AP) - Doubles by Luis Alcaraz and pinch, hitter Hawk Taylor off Darold Knowles in the eighth inning drove in the tying and winning runs Sunday as the Kansas City Royals broke the Washington Senators' four-game winning streak with a 6-5 victory. The game was played under protest from the serond inning on by Manager Charley Metro of the Royals because of a closed-circuit television camera in the mezzanine in center field. Frank Howard's 15th home run over the fence in dead cen- Dave Hill Takes First In Danny Thomas Golf MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) - flrash Dave Hill romped through a steady, drizzling rain with a two-under-par 68 Sunday and scored his third victory in four years in the $150,000 Danny Thomas-Memphis Open Golf Tournament The slim, 33-year-old Hill, who won this event in 1967 and 1969 when it was the Memphis Open, finished with a 72-hole total of 267, 13-under-par on the 6,466- yard Colonial Country Club course. It Was the lowest 72-hole total on the pro tour this year and marked the eighth career victory for the 12-year tour veteran who has had more than his share of suspensions and fines for his overly candid comments. He won by a single stroke over Homero Blancas, New Zealand left-hander Bob Charles and Frank Beard, tied at 268. Blancas, Hill's playing partner all four days and the leader going into the final round, had a 70, Beard had a 67 and Charles charged in with a sparkling 63. .Two strokes back at 270 were Billy Maxwell, Dan Sikes, George Archer and Joe Campbell. Maxwell and Sikes had 67s, Campbell and Archer 68s. Arnold Palmer, Jack Nick-^ laus, Gary Player and Billy Casper did not compete here. Harold Henning, a South Afri can, shot an early 62, including a hole in one on the 17th hole, but finished far back in the pack at 275. The 62 was the second lowest round on the tour this season. ter gave the Senators a 5-4 lead in the seventh. Joe Keough led off the eighth with a single off Jim Hannan. Knowles relieved and fanned Ed Kirkpatrick before Alcaraz' double scored Keough. Alcaraz was held at third on Ellie Rodriguez* single and scored ogay- lor's double. The Senators scored three runs in the fourth when tarter Dave Morehead walked the first three batters and Casey Cox singled home two runs. Del Unser singled in another off Moe Dra- bowsky. Kirkpatrick hit his seventh home run off Cox in the fourth. Cox was taken out after Jackie Hernandez and Amos Otis led off the sixth with singles. Kirkpatrick batted in one run with a single and Alcaraz another with the first of two doubles. The camera is used by the Senators to tape the performances of their pitchers and hitters. The tapes are played back on closed circuit television either after the game or the next day. Metro apparently argued that the camera, owned by the Intercontinental News Services, was picking up his catcher's signals to his pitcher. Elliott Marks, a Washington College of Law student who operates the camera, said it was impossible to pick up the signals because of the shadows between the catcher's legs when he crouches to designate the Ditch he wants. "Even if I did, I have no way to transmit them from up here," he said in an interview at his camera in the mezzanine. A view through the camera shows clear images of the pitch-; er, catcher, batter and umpire. Even when he brightened the picture to its limit it was nearly impossible to make out the catcher's hands when he gave the signal. The Senators have been using the closed circuit television tape since last season. Marks said he had taped 10 games this season, all from the same spot in center field, without complaint "I would have done more but I've had to study and wasn't able to get to the ball park," he said. 010 102 020-6 13 2 100 300 100- 5 7 0 Morehead, Drabowski (4), urgmeier (4), Wright (8) and Rodriguez. Cox, Pina (6), Shel- lenback (7), Hannan (7), Knowles (8), Humphreys (9) and French. W- Burgmeier 1-1. L- Knowles 1-4. HRs- Kansas City, Kirkpatrick (7); Washington, Howard (15). Kan' City Washington 4-Ply Nylon Cord Whitewall GENERAL JET Unser Takes Home $271.697.72 Million Dollars Won In Indy 500 ^INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - The first million dollar payoff in auto racing history was -made Sunday night for the 54th 500-mile race Saturday at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Winner Al Unser of Albuquerque, N.H, won a record $271,697.72 of a record $1,000,002.22 purse. The Speedway paid $700.947. There was a special Speedway silver anniversary award of $53,460 celebrating Tony Hulman's 25th year as the track owner, $40,000 from Citizens Speedway Committee donations and accessory firms* prizes totaling $205,595. The payoff: 1. Al Unser, Albuquerque, N.M., $271,697.72. 2. Mark Donohue, Media, Pa., $86,427.49. 3. Dan Gurney, Santa /na, Calif., $58,977.49. 4. Donnie Allison, Hueytown, Ala., $35,002.49. 5. Jim McElreath, Arlington, Tex., $32,577.49. 6. Mario Andretti, Nazareth, Pa., $28,202.49. 7. Jerry Grant Seattle, Wash., $26,977.49. 8. Rick Muther, Laguna Beach, Calif., $25,302.49. 9. Carl Williams, Grand View, Mo., $22,352.49. 10. A J. Foyt Jr., Houston, Tex., $24,902.49. 11. Bobby Unser, Albuquerque, N.M., $20,552.49. 12. Sam Sessions, Nashville, Mich., $19,752.49. 13. Jack Brabham, Sydney, Australia, $20,227.49. 14. Dick Simon, Salt Lake City, Utah, $18,427.49. 15. Ronnie Bucknum, Capistrano Beach, Calif., $18,602.49. 16. Mel Kenyon, Lebanon, Ind., and Roger McCluskey, Tucson, Ariz., $17,552.48. 17. Wally Dallenbach, East Brunswick, N.J., $17,077.48. 18. Johnny Rutherford, Fort Worth, Tex., $18,327.48. 19. Lee Roy Harbrough, Co- umbia, S.C., $16,302.48. 20. George Snider, Bakersfield, Calif., $16,002.48. 21. Mike Mosley, Speedway City, Ind., $15,627.48. 22. Peter Revson, New York, M.Y., $16,627.48. 23. Bill Vukovich, Fresno, Calif., $15.252.48. HIS WIFE IS HAPPY TOO-^1 Unser, Albuquerque N.M., who had Just won the 54th ruaninf of the Indianapolis 500- mile speedway race, gets an enthusiastic hv| and kU/i from * i his wife in victory lane Saturday. Unser oeat out the field with a speed of 155.749 miles per hour. (AP Wirephoto) v 24. Joe Leonard,' San Jose, Calif., $15,452.48. 25. Roger McCluskey, Tucson, Ariz., $15,727.48. 26. Gary Bettenhausen, Tinley Park, HI., $14,677.48. 27. Lloyd Ruby, Wichita Falls, Tex., $16,252.48. 28. Gordon Johncock, Mount Pleasant, Mich., $14,902.48. 29. 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