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THE NEWS. Frederick, Maryland Villanova Defeats Maryland In IC4A Championship Meet PHILADELPHIA (AP) Jumbo Jim Elliott was asked recently why Villanova didn't have more good Held event performers. "We've had a few," said the Villanova track coach, "but Fd rattier have the runners. You can do more with them. They're more versatile. A field man is good for just one event" Elliott said good field men were important in dual meets, but Viltanova didn't concern it- self with dual meets. The Wildcats went in for the big relay and championship events. Villanova showed what its coach meant Friday and Saturday as the Wildcats ran off with the 94th outdoor IC4A Track and Field Championships at Franklin Field. Villanova dethroned Maryland 60-52 with seven track victories and only four points in field events. Elliott was able to use run. ners such as Dick Buerkle in the six and three mile runs, spot Marty Liquori in the mile relay as welt as the mile and run Larry James in the 440, 220 and 440 relay. They helped collect the points to outscore Maryland's muscle men. Maryland won four field titles, but they managed only a single victory in the track competition. Elliott's theory prevailed, at least this year. This was the In Soccer Mexico Ties Russia MEXICO CITY (AP) - The World Soccer Cup championships got off the ground with a goalless tie between Mexico and Russia Sunday without a sign of trouble on the field of play. West German referee Kurt Spires Continued From B-l McGugan. Smith Bateman.. Spencer McGugan... Lynn . Barron Assner Walker... Higgins . Howard Sidule Bolger Pageant Cushrnun.. . Papa Calbaugh ;ih r h hi -.4012 . 3 1 1 0 3 1 1 0 5 0 0 0 . 3 1 1 1 S 3 1 1 3 1 3 1 ...2 2 2 1 2 1 ?! 2 0 0 0 ...2 1 1 0 . 1 1 0 0 2 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 ...1 000 ..1000 1 0 0 0 SPIRES Sherald.. . Milenko . Snoots,. . Myers". Ranneb'ger Ahalt Silvers .. Siedlmg... Englar .. Ricucci .. Neel Keller .. Ahalt . .. Allison :1 abrh 5 2 2 4 1 1 1 3 1 2 1 3 1 0 0 3 2 0 0 S 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 1 1 0000 3 0 1 0 ..1000 .1000 3 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 Totals 441213 8 Totals 34 7 8 3 MARTZ 602 010 300-MZ SPIRES 100 120 300-7 E-Martz-2,Spires-7 IP II R ER BBSO Papa 2 1 0 0 Walker 4 4 4 4 Bolger .... . . 3 3 3 2 Englar ..'. 2/36 6 2 RtCUCCI 52/37 6 2 Neel - 22/3 0 1 1 1 3 1 1 1 1 1 5 0 1 1 Teschencher kept a tight grip on Hie game. At the first sign of trouble the referee gave strict warning to the players concerned. Cautions were handed out to Russians Lovhecv and Asatianti. The International Federation of Football Associations (FIFA) has told all referees to handle games firmly. Any dirty play will end with players sent off the field. FIFA officials said before Sunday's game it determined that these championships go into the record books as the "no Saturday's Results Baseball Navy 3, Army 1 NCAA District 3 Playoffs At Gastonia, N.C. Semo-Finals Mississippi State 8, Maryland 4 (Maryland eliminated) Finals FloridaStateS, Mississippi St. 4 (Fla, St. wins) NCAA District^ Playoffs At Princton, N. J Finals Delaware 4, Seton Hall 0 (Delaware wins) National Jr. College Playoffs At Grand Junction, Colo. Second Round Hagerstown 6, Panola, Tex. 1 10th IC4A outdoor title for Villanova in 13 years. The Wildcats retired their second meet cup (five victories retires a cup). The highlight of the meet came in the mile relay. Maryland led 52-50 with two events left- the relay and the pole vault Maryland had failed to qualify for the mile, so it counted upon Penn or Morgan State to beat Villanova. Elliott had lifted James from the mile relay, so he could use his great sprinter in the 220. James ran a disappointing third in the 220, and it appeared Elliott's strategy would backfire. Villanova replaced James with Liquori, who won the mile in 3:58.5, and he ran a 49.2, on the second leg, losing the lead. Villanova however, came back to win.~as anchorman Lamotte Hyman held off a bid at the tape by Morgan State's Greg Daughtery. Villanova picked up four points in the po!e vault, an event in which Maryland's favored Buddy Williamson didn't even place. Babe Ruth Action nonsense" tournament that will present a fine image of the game to the world. Although the opening match was played fairly with no sign of trouble, it was a game that disappointed fans-- those who watched it in Mexico City and the millions who saw it on television. A pattern for the tournament was set- a pattern that most observers expected in group play. Defenses on both the Russian and Mexican teams had the measure of the opposing forwards. Only about three or four times did players manage to get any dangerous shots at goal. For the most part attacks were cut off by the defense before the forwards could get a crack at goal. Teams in group play take part in round robin games. The top two in each group go into the quarter-finals. If teams wind up even on points then goal difference- subtraction of goals conceded from goals scored-- will count. That's why teams will tend to pull back into a packed defensive system-- especially if they manage to get a goal ahead. The Mexican-Russian match was the only match played today. Dwayne Danner fired a one- hitter to lead Shell over Kiwanis 5-0 Friday and Butch Weddle hurled a six-hitter as Potomac Edison downed Grove 5-4 Saturday in Babe Ruth League action. Danner struck out six and walked five while cracking two base knocks to lead his team at the plate. Doug Himes took the loss before being knocked out of the box in the third inning. Greg Snyder relieved Himes giving up two runs on five hits, in working five frames in re- YMCA Swimmers lake Top Honors Jodi Mills of the Frederick County YMCA, last Saturday captured the South Atlantic Indoor Diving Championship for girls 10 and under, an AAU sanctioned meet at the UJS. Naval Academy at Annapolis. Ricky Mills, Jodi's brother, placed second for a silver medal in the 11 and 12 boys' division. 'He had won a gold medal and the individual championship in the 10-and-under group at the Academy last /ear when Jodi won a silver medal. Rush At The Wheel Comoro Takes State 500 DOVER, Del. CAP) - Ken Rush, driving a 1969 Camaro which performed faultlessly, won the Diamond State 250 at Dover D o w n s Sunday and snapped Tiny Lund's 11-race winning streak in NASCAR competition. . Rush, who averaged 116.92 m.p.h. around the high bank, one-mile oval, charged into the lead on the 135th lap and was .never headed. Sonny Hutchins, of Richmond, Va., also driving a 1969 Camaro in the Grand American Challenge Series race, was the only driver to pass Rush, but was a lap behind at the time and never gained any more distance. He wound up second after blowing his engine on the 248th lap. Wayne Andrews, last year's rookie driver of the year from Silver City, N.C., took third in a 1970 Cougar. He was followed by Frank Sessoms of Darlington, S.C. and Bobby Brack of Miami, Fla., both in 1968 Ca- maros. Rush, from High Point, N.C., gained on Lund as the second leading driver of the compact sport cars and took home $3,500 of the $20,000 purse. Lund, who entered the race as the fastest qualifier, changed engines overnight and then again just before the race because his car was running hot. The veteran driver from Cross, S.C. blasted away from the pack at the start but began spilling oil at the end of the first lap. He was in and out of the pit four times before giving up for good, finishing 27th out of 30 cars that started. Hutchins was extending his lead with each lap after flying past Lund's disabled car, but a lengthy stay in the pit after 67 laps dropped him far off the pace. Paschal, driving a 1970 Javelin from the No. 3 post position, grabbed the lead from Hutchins, but blew his engine on the 95th lap. The lead changed several times before Rush went to the front at the 110th lap. Hutchins passed him 22 miles later but another pit stop just before a caution flag went up again put him back to fourth. Rush made his final pit stop then, under the second of two caution flags, and was able to keep his lead after returning to the track. Richard Childress slid into the inside wall coining off the second turn on lap two and nearly Mats on Throws Shot Put 71 Feet BERKELEY, Calif. (AP) Randy Matson is back over 70 feet in the shot put and trying to convince some others they can make the distance too. "The 70-foot barrier is not really that psychological," he said Saturday after sending the shot 71 feet, 4% inches, the second best mark in history. He'll take his next crack at his world record of 71-5/2 next Saturday night in the Compton Invitational at the Los Angeles Coliseum. Matson's world record came three years ago, when he was a collegian at Texas AM. He's now a 25-year-old 265- pound stockbroker who finds it harder to train regularly. "Last year the stock market went up, and I didn't have as much time. The main thing, though, in the shot put is just catching a good one," he explained. The Kennedy Games, which drew a crowd of about 15,000 track fans at the University of California, also produced the fastest mile in the world this year, a 3:56.9 at Arizona State senior Chuck LaBenx, Sprinter John Carlos was the meet's only double winner, in the 100 and 220 dashes. Legion Schedule JUNE 6-Westrtiinst«r at Funk- itown; Frederick at Brunswick (5p.m.). JUNE 7-Frederick at Funkstown; Brunswick at Westminster. JUNE 13-Westminster at Frederick; Funkstown at Brunswick (5p.m.). JUNE 14-Frederick at Funkstown; Brunswick atWestminster. JUNE 20-Brunswick at Frederick; Funkstown at Westminster* JUNE 21-Frederick at Westminster; Brunswick at Funkstown. JUNE 27-Frederick at Brunswick; Westminster at Funkstown. JUNE 28-Funkstown at Fredericks Brunswick at Westminster. JULY-4-Westminster at Frederick; Funkstown at Brunswick, JULY 5-Funkstown at Frederick; Westminster at Brunswick, JULY 11-Brunswick at Frederick; Westminster at Funkstown, JULY 12-Frederick at Westminster; Brunswick at Funkstown. JULY 18-Funkstown at Westminster; Frederick at Brunswick, JULY Id-Frederick at Funkstown; Westminster at Brunswick. JULY 25-Westminster at Frederick; Funkstown at Brunswick, set off a chain reaction when the leaders had to duck under him as his car bounced sideways clear across the track and then drifted back down to the inside lane. The only injury during th race occurred in Randy Hutehin- son's pit, where one of his crew was burned by spilled gasoline when Hutchinson's car backfired while starting back onto the track. lief. Zern had the only safety off Danner. m Saturday's contest Weddle allowed four runs on six hits while striking out eight and issuing three walks. Ken Moser led the winning Potomac Edison team at the plate with three hits. Weddle, Price, and Morgan collected two hits each also for PE. Kenny Reynolds took the defeat in going the distance for Grove. Reynolds allowed five runs on 13 hits as he struck out six and walked five. Remus, Hutto, Remsburg, Dorsey, Hammond, and Reynolds had the hits for Grove. SHEII Reed Mathews Danner Price Young Proctor Wmpigler Shifflet . Mam.. . . ah r h hi 3 1 1 0 3 3 1 0 4 1 2 2 4 0 0 0 3 0 1 2 3 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 3 0 1 0 . 3 0 0 0 KIWANIS Zern Spann Hubbard Baugher Fellows Brown Rho'nck Proctor . Himes aSnyder a b r h hi . . 4 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 . 3 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 . 3 0 0 0 . 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 . 1 0 0 0 Totals 30 3 6 4 Totals 23 0 1 0 a-Snyder 3rd inning SHELL 202 010 0--5 KIWANIS 000 000 0 0 E--Shell-1, Kiwanis-4; 2B-Shell-0, Kiwanis-0; 3B4-Shell -0, Kiwanis-fl, HR--Shell-0, Kiwams-0, SB--Shell-3, Kiwanis-2 IP II R ER BB SO Danner 7 1 0 0 S 6 Himes . . . . 2 1 3 0 1 2 Snyder s 5 2 0 0 3 WP-Danner-1, Snyder-1; PB-Z for Kwan- P E Moser ss Specht2b Weddle p Randolph Ib Price If . Gladhill3b . Morgan c Betsoncf Dixonrf... GROVE a b r h b i a b r h b i 4 0 3 0 Aush'manlf...! 1 0 0 4 0 0 0 aHuttolf. . 2 0 1 0 3 1 2 0 Holland rf l o 0 0 3 1 1 0 bR'burgrf 2 0 1 0 4 1 2 0 Korreltss 4 0 0 0 . 2 1 1 0 Reynolds p 4 1 1 0 4 1 2 1 Dorseycf . 2 1 1 0 4 0 1 2 Ash'felterlb . 2 0 0 0 . 2 0 1 0 Ham'nd2b . 3 0 1 0 ZiebellSb 3 0 0 0 Remus c. ...3 0 1 0 Totals 30 3 IS 3 Totals 27 4 6 0 a Hulto fourth inning; b-Remsburg · fifth inning P. E 021 000 2 -5 GROVE... . 021 001 0-4 E-Grove-I, Potomac Edison-1, DP-Grove- 2, Potomac Edison-1, 2B-Grove-0, Potomac Edison -2--Weddle It Morgan; 3B--Grove 0, Potomac Edison-0; SB-Grove-6, Potomac Edison-4 IP II R ER BBSO Weddle 7 6 4 0 3 8 Reynolds .. 7 13 S 0 5 6 HBP-WeddlehitAshenfelter Grum Wins Featured At Hagerstown HAGERSTOWN, MD.-Defending champion Johnny Grum of Alteon*, Pa., won the 25-lap super sprint feature race Wednesday evening at the Hagerstown Raceway. The program was run as a benefit for the family of the late Frank Gorichky, who died from injuries suffered in a race last season at Hagerstown. It was the second win of the season for the two-time champ Colts Trade Pearson For Linebacker BALTIMORE (AP) - The" Baltimore Colts have traded away top kickoff return artist Preston Pearson and a promising defensive back to acquire linebacker Ray May from Pittsburgh. TheColts sent Pearson, 25, and defensive back Ocie Austin, 23, to the Steelers Saturday for 24- year-old May and an undisclosed future draft choice. Pearson, who skipped football to star in basketball at the University of Illinois, led the National Football League in kickoff returns last season with a 35.1-yard average, which included touchdown runs of 102 and 96 yards, Austin, a two-year veteran last year, played on the Colts Specialty teams and started in the defensive backfield against Minnesota, the NFL champion. "We hated to give up these two fine football players," said Don McCafferty, the Colts' new head coach, "but we needed another good solid linebacker who can play either middle or outside." A three-year NFL veteran from Southern California, May intercepted five passes in the last two seasons as Pittsburgh's regular middle linebacker. in the Harry Fletcher Chevrolet powered super sprint. Grum is also the oval's current point leader. A fine field of cars turned out tor the benefit to compete in four heats to make the main event. The track was very fast, with the supers having the oval to themselves, and the heats going in record breaking speeds. The fastest time set was by winner Bobby Adamson in the first heat when he took almost five seconds of the 10-lap record in a sizzling speed of 3:37.8. It was not an easy win for Grum, who jumped into the lead at the start, as he had to survive three yellows and a red for the victory. The race was apurse event and the winning team of Grum and Fletcher donated their entire $600 prize money to the Gorichky family. The first 10 laps went off under the green but. and Junior Ritchey tied up on the second turn in the llth go- round, bringing out the first yellow. Milt Miller looped it on the restart and Steve Smith spun off the third turn in lap 18 for the last caution. The race was stopped in lap 17 when Rick Schmelyun left the track by sailing over the first turn railing. He was not injured. Grum held on through it all and turned some laps in record speeds of under 22 seconds. He was followed closely by Bobby Adamson, Elmer Ruby, Kenny Weld, Lee Osborne, Jim Kirk, Tommy Spriggle, Bill Banick, Hal Browning, and Ed Zirkle. Heats: Adamson, Osborne, Banick, 3:37.8 (new record); Grum, Ruby, Spriggle, 3:42.0; Kirk, Bobby Allen, Lynn Paxton, NT; SmokeySnellbaker, Ralph Quarterson, Benny Kauffman, 3:42.8. Church League Walkers' Metho' 4 0 1.000 Good Shepherd. 4 0 1.000 First Church Nax'. ...31 .750 First Baptist. 31 .750 St. John's #2. 2 1 .667 Church Bre* 2 2 .500 Fred' Alliance 2 2 .500 Mt. Zion Feaga' 2 2 .500 Evan' Lutheran. 2 2 .500 United Pres' 2 2 .500 Tri' Uni» Meth' 2 2 .500 St. Luke's Fea«a' l 3 .250 St. John's #1 1 3 .250 Jeff Uni'C.C 1 3 .250 S. E. Baptist. 0 4 .000 Grace Uni' C.C 0 3 .000 LAST WEEK'SRESULTS MONDAY Walkersville Memo' 15, Mt. Zion Feaga' 6 Tri' Uni» Meth' 23, Fred' Alliance 9 Good Shepherd 9, St. Luke's Feaga'4 St. John's #1-3, S. E. Baptist 1 United Pres' 24, Grace Uni' C C S 'First Church Naz' 6, St. John's #23 First Baptist 13, Church Bre' 12 Jeff Uni' C.C. 2, Evan' Lutheran 1 THURSDAY Church Bre' 32, Jeff Uni' C. C 3 'st, Luke's Feaga' 11, S. E. Baptist 4 Good Shepherd 10, St. John's #1-3 Evan' Lutheran 14, First Baptist 4 Walkersville Metho' 5, Tri' Uni' Meth' 4 Fred* Alliance 10, Mt 3on Feaga' 2 First Church Naz' 5, United Pres'2 Thrw TIMM.; June 2,1*70. MARKETS Quantity 1(19 ttt$ Reserved. ACME IS MY KIND OF PLACE FOR EARLY WEEK VALUES! -AMPS SNOW WHITE OR SUCREST GRANULATED SUGAR tAND TENDER CHOCOLATE HERSHEY'S SYRUP STEAKS BONELESS CHUCK I 7-INCH CUT RIB .89197* ISAM, FRESH SKIPPY CREAMY OR CRUNCHY PEANUT BUTTER Ground Chuck »79* LANCASTER BRAND, PLAIN OR GARLIC Sliced Bologna x b 75' QUARTERED PORK UNNS 79' SLICED 9-11 CHOPS AVERAGE Ib. FRESHEST PRODUCE UNDER THE SUN! BOSTON or ROMAINE FARMDALE FARMDALE IDEAL SLICED BREAD BERRIES 78: 80 5-1

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