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Page B-2 THE NEWS, Frederick, Maryland Tuesday, JUM 2, 1*7* Mo/or Leogue Roundup Dodgers Edge Cubs, 5-4 CHICAGO (AP) -Bill Gra- barkewitt* two-run bomer-his second in two days-rallied the Los Angeles Dodgers to a S4 victory over the Chicago Cubs Monday in a game called with two out in the top of the seventh because of rain. Grabarkewitx, who entered the game batting .382, connect, ed off Bill Hands for his fifth homer of the season, scoring Wes UNDER THE TAG--Los Angeles Dodgers' Manny Mota slides safely across home as Cubs' pitcher Bill Hands is late with the tag during first inning of Monday's game in Chicago. Dodgers' Wes Parker (28), the hitter, watches the play as umpire Shag Crawford makes the call.-Mota scored from third on a wild pitch by Rands. (AP Wirephoto) American The Elks scored four runs in the bottom of the seventh td beat One Hour Martinizing 5-4 in American Little League action. The Elks led most of the game but Martinizing tied it with a run in the sixth and went ahead with three in the seventh. Lenny Geisbert packed the winners. He had three hits and scored two runs. He also pitched three-hit ball for the first six innings. Eric Grove picked up the win in relief. Tom Tucker had two hits for the winners. Jeff Main, who hurled four-hit ball for six innings, had two hits for the losers, one a double. ONE HOUR "ELKS nb r h ni ab r h hi Grind cf 2 2 0 0 Rinehartlb....3 1 1 0 Mainp..,.- 4.0 2 1 Geisbertp 4 2 3 0 Blu'urss 4 0 1 0 Cmm3b... SparksIb 3 0 0 0 Rickettslf. Knilllf 3 0 0 0 Jenkins2b Lind'strf 2 1 1 0 Tuckerss.. Bolyard2b..,...3 1 1 1 Gaddrf...,, Cannon3b 3 0 0 0 Grovecf... Barnesc 3 0 0 0 Geisbertc. Harris cf... Duckettp.. ....3 1 2 1 ....2 0 0 0 ....4 1 0 2 ....4 0 2 1 ....2 0 0 0 ....1 0 0 0 ....3 0 0 0 ....1 0 0 0 ....0 0 0 0 Totals. ..27 I 3 2 Totals 27 5 8 1 OnrHnur 000 001 3--J Elks .· 100 000 4--5 2B--Main. IP H R EU BBSO Main..! 6 4 1 1 5 5 Blumenauer 1 5 4 4 0 0 Geisbert 6 3 1 o l 10 Duckett 0 0 1 1 1 0 Grove 1 2 2 ' ' 0 ! Manager Lefty Phillips of the California Angels was born in Los Angeles in 1919. National Civitans came from behind to upset the Lions 5-2 Monday in National Little League action. Glen Whims was the winning hurler after getting off to a slow start giving up the two runs in the first inning. Whims then settled down to allow two runs on five hits while walking six and striking out five. Whims also helped his cause at the plate with two base knocks. Ralph Marsden, Steve Smallwood, and Mike Smallwood had the other hits for the Civitans. Doug Dailey took the loss for the Lions giving up three runs on two hits while fanning seven and walking four. Dave VanFossen relieved Dailey in the fourth and finished the game allowing two runs on three hits. Dale Houck led the visitors at the plate with two hits. Gene Sappington, Bob Dailey, and Rob Smith had the other singles off Whims. LIONS a h r h b i Sap'tonc 2 1 1 0 Dailey 3 0 0 0 Houck 2 1 2 0 Dailey 3 0 1 0 Mossburg 3 0 0 0 Smith 3 0 1 0 Clem 2 0 0 0 McLaughlin....! 0 0 0 VanFos'n 2 0 0 0 CIVITANS Marsden If Smallwood Whims Smallwood Dahlgren... Eicholtz.... ahrhbi ...3 0 1 0 ...3 2 1 0 ...3 1 2 1 ...2 1 1 0 ...2 0 0 0 ...2 1 0 0 Pital 1 0 0 0 Huffman 1 0 0 1 Hahn 2 0 0 0 Totals 21 2 3 0 Totals 19 5 5 2 Lions 200 000--2 Civitans 000 32x--5 DP--Civitans-1: LOB-Civitans^, Lions 6. IP II R ER BBSO Dailey 32/3 2 3 2 4 7 VanFossen 11/33 2 0 1 2 Whims 6 5 2 0 6 5 E. Frederick The Federals were outhit eight to six, but still managed to beat H. B. Duvall 10-7 in East Frederick Little League action. The winners took advantage of several passed balls, walks and errors to win. Steve Danner picked up the victory. He fanned ten and walked five. He also had two hits, Rod Bowie had a triple for the winners. Daryl Hall paced the losers with three hits. He also pitched one-hit ball in three innings of relief. Babe Ruth Rotary scored three runs in the top of the fifth inning to beat Dairy Maid 5-2 in Babe Ruth action. Kenny Fink was the winning pitcher on a three-hitter. He walked six and fanned nine. Bubba Hill and Willie .Gantt paced the winners with two hits each. Mike Hahn drove in two runs. Bud Davis had two hits for e losers. H. B. DUVAI.L FEDS n h r l i b i Williamszb 0 1 0 0 Stephenslf.. Williams2b 3'0 1 1 FawleyU.... Whimslf 0 1 0 0 Burtnercf... Kuhnlf 1 0 0 0 Groverf FisherU ...2 0 0 0 Diggs2b. Kopasrf 1 0 0 0 Bowie3b Walfcinsrf 1 1 0 0 Dannerp Halllb 3 2 3 0 Baker Ib. Croness. 2 0 1 1 Hardingss.. Smithp 3 O i l Bluec BoydSb 2 0 0 0 Brookeycf.. Bakerc 3 1 1 0 Groverf ...t. Princecf 3 1 1 0 Hardinglf... abrhbi ...1 0 0 0 .'..1 0 0 0 ...1 0 0 0 ...1 0 0 0 ...2 2 0 0 ...2 2 1 2 ...2 2 2 2 ...3 1 0 0 ...1 1 1 1 ...2 0 0 0 ...2 0 0 0 ...1 2 1 0 ...2 0 1 0 Totals 24 7 8 3 Totals 2110 6 5 Duvall 300 022-- 7 Feds 033 040--10. E-Duvall-2, Feds-3; LOB--Duvall-4, Feds- 5; 3B--Feds-Bowie. IP H n ER BB SO Smith 3 5 6 4 3 7 Hall 3 . 1 4 1 5 4 Danner 6 8 7 3 5 10 Thirty years ago Eddie Popowski, third base coach for the Boston Red Sox, played second base for the House of David team. ROTARY nb r h hi Bakerss 4 1 1 0 Hillcf 3 2 2 0 aGreycf 1 0 0 0 Finkp 4 0 1 0 Gantt Ib 3 1 2 1 Stone2b 2 0 0 0 bBowers2b l o l o Ham'ndcf.. . 3 0 0 0 HahnSb 3 1 1 2 eBitlercf.... . 0 0 0 0 Daylf 3 0 1 1 Jenkinslf.... . 1 0 0 0 Scottrf 2 0 0 0 Darinerss... . 2 0 0 0 cThomasrf 1 0 0 0 fMeyersSb.. . 1 0 0 0 Odenc...: 2 0 0 0 MAID abrhbi Rickettscf 4 0 0 0 Hesslb 2 1 0 0 Davisss 2 1 2 0 Ham'ndc 3 0 1 2 Georgantisrf .2 0 0 0 dFoublerf.. , 0 0 0 0 Ham'ndcf eBitlercf.... Jenkinslf.... Darinerss . fMeyersSb.. Hart2b 1 0 0 0 gRickettssb.,.1 0 0 0 Totals 28 5 9 4 Totals 21 2 3 2 a-Grey-7th inning; b-Bowers-5th inning; c Thomas-5th inning; d-Fouble-SUl inning; e- Bitler 7th inning; f-Meyers-7th inning; g- R. Ricketts-5th inning. Rotary Oil 030 0--5 Dairy Maid .....200 000 0--2 IP H n ER BB SO Fink 7 3 2 0 6 9 Hammond 4 4 2 0 2 6 Ricketts ...3 5 3 0 1 3 HBP--Hahn hit by Hammond. STREAKS ARE REWARDING DENVER (AE)-After Joe Belmont was named acting coach of the Denver Rockets the team won 17 of their, next 19 games in the American Basketball Association, including 15 in a row. Four days after the winning streak was snapped, Belmool signed 'a contract for the resl of the season as well as for the 1970-71 campaign. ASHE AND PASARELL WIN FRENCH OPEN QUARTER FINAL--Arthur Ashe of Richmond, Va., right, gets set to return ball hit by Australia's Ray Ruffels, back to camera, Monday during quarter-final doubles match in French Open at stade Roland Garros near Paris. Ashe and his partner, Charles Pasarell, left, of Santurce, Puerto Rico, defeated Ruffels and his partner, Ray Keldie, also Australia, 6-1; 6-2; and 6-2. (AP Wirephoto by Cable from Paris) Ftrker ahead of him. Willie D*via opened the sixth with a triple, the fint hit off Hands, 74, since he yielded hits to the first three batter* he teed in the opening inning when the Dodgers scored twice. Parker dmdbled Davis home and then Grsbtrkewitx knocked out Hands with his clout off the left field catwalk. The Cubs scored four times in the fifth after two were out to shake up Don Sutton. Sutton, 7-5, beaten 13 times by the Cubs previously and never a winner before in Wrigley Field, walked Jack Hiatt and Hands. Don Kessinger's single brought in Hiatt who was safe when catcher Tom Haller dropped the ball. Glenn Beckert beat out an infield roller to fill the bases and Commissioner Criticizes Jim Bouton On His Book NEW YORK (AP) - Pitcher Jim Bouton had his wrist slapped Monday by Baseball Commissioner Bowie Kuhn for writing the controversial book, "Ball Four." Kuhn met with the Houston Astros' right-hander for two hours and afterwards told news- men, "I advised Mr. Bouton of my displeasure with these writings and have warned him against future writings of this character.*' He added, "Under all the circumstances, I have concluded that no other action was necessary." Bouton was accompanied by Marvin Miller, executive director of the Major League Baseball Players Association, and Dick Moss, an association lawyer. Bouton's book, co-authored tti Leonard Schecter, editor of Look Magazine, concerned his playing days with the New York Yankees. He made personal disclosures of many players, in-, eluding superstar Mickey Mantle. Yanks Top Braves, 7-3 Tim Hall pitched a two-hitter as the Yankees beat the Braves as the 16-18-year-old Babe Ruth League opened last night 7-3. Hall fanned 12 including four in the first inning when a batter reached first after the catcher dropped the third strike. He didn't allow a bit until George Shaffer singled with two out in the third. George Thompson paced the winners with a triple and a single. Although the book has not yet, been released, excerpts of it appeared in Look. Bouton told newsmen alter the hearing mat it was from the magazine articles mat Kuhn took the action for he had not read the entire manuscript. MAJOR LEAGUE standings VAI American EAST W. L. Pet. GB Baltimore 33 1" .688 -- NewYork 26 23 .531 7Vi Washington 22 24 .478 10 Detroit 21 23 .477 10 Boston 20 25 .444 HVfe Cleveland 16 27 .372 14V4 WEST Minnesota 31 13 .705 -California 30 17 .638 2«/4 Oakland 25 23 .521 8 KansasCity.......l9 27 .413 13 Chicago 18 29 .383 14Vi Milwaukee 15 30 .333161/4 YESTERDAYRESULTS No games scheduled GAMES TODAY BaltimoreC Palmer 6-2) at Oak- alnd (Dobson 5-4) (N Detroit (Niekro 4-4) at California (May 3-3) (N) Cleveland (Chance 1-5 and Hand 0-4) at Milwaukee (Brabender 1-6 and Lockwood 0.2) (2, twi-night) Chicago (Horlen 5-5) at Washington (Brunet 34) (N) Kansas City (jonhson 1-3) at New York (Peterson 7-2) (N) Minnesota (Perry 6-4) at Bos- tnn frjito 3-6) (N) National EAST W. L. Pet. GB Chicago 25 20 .556 -- NewYork 25 23 .521 IVk Pittsburgh 24 26 .480 3% St-Louis.... 21 24 .467 4 Philadelphia 20 27 .426 6 Montreal 16 30 .348 9 WEST Cincinnati 36 14 .720 -- LosAngeles 29 20 .592 6V2 Atlanta 27 19 .587 7 , SanFran 24 26 .48012 Houston 21 29 .420 15 ' San Diego 22 32 .417 16 YESTERDAYRESULTS Los Angeles 5, Chicago 4 Pittsburgh 5, San Diego 1 San Francisco at St. Lous, pp Billy Williams brought two runs across with a single to right Jim Hickman singled in Beck. ert. After the start of the game, which was delayed one hour and seven minutes by rain, Maury Wills led off with a single, took third on Manny Mota's single and scored on Davis* double. Mota raced home on a wild pitch. The game finally was called after a 1:32 delay. ' Los Angeles 200 003-5 8 0 Chicago 000 040-4 6 0 6 innings, rain Button and Haller; Hands, Barber (6) and Hiatt. W-Sutton (7-5). L-Hands(7-3). HR-Los An- glees, Grabarkewitz (5). Pirates, 5; Padres, I PITTSBURGH (AP) - Pitcher Dock Ellis scattered six hits and scored two runs himself, leading the Pittsburgh Pirates to a 5-1 victory over the San Diego Padres Monday, night Ellis, now 4-4, scored the first run of the game in the third in- ining when he singled, took third on Matty Alou's double off the right field screen and came in on Gene Alley's sacrifice fly. Willie Stargell's sacrifice fly scored Alou and gave Pittsburgh a 2-0 lead. The Pirates added two more runs in the seventh on four hits, including doubles by Alou and Stargell. Singles by Dave Cash and Richie Hebner produced the first. Then Ellis forced Hebner, stole second and scored on Alou's double. Alou then stole third and scored when Padre catcher Chris Cannizzaro threw the ball into left field. The only Padre run came in the fourth inning when Steve Huntz singled, took second on a wild pitch and scored on Ollie Brown's single to center. rain GAMES TODAY Los Agneles (Foster 3-5) at Chicago (Colborn 2-0) San Dieeo (Boss 1.3) at Pittsburgh (Veale 4-4) (N) San Francisco (Robertson 4-5) at St. Louis (Gibson 4-3) CN) New York (Gentry 5-2) at Atlanta (Niekro 5-6) (N) Philadelphia (Fryman 3-1) at Cincinnati (Simpson 6-1) (N) Montreal (Morton 4-2) at Houston (Cook 0-0) jCN) Charles Town FIRST SailorsNight (Dinvoliki.s) 3S.OO-13.40-8.20 Wooden I.arty (Slink) M.80-7,fiO Tana(Rohrrts) 1.80 SECOND Miss May Plow (Hawthorne).... 14.80-6.00-2.60 Jaunty Prinrr( Johnson) 3.60-2.10 AnnicMnr(Vasil) 2.20 DAILYDOtlBLE-(2-3)Paid-$26S.20 THIRD Par War (Dctiege) 7.80-5.80-4.20 ColeCrrst (Grovr) 6.20-3.80 Totsy Al (Witnwr) 3.00 EXACTA-(7-l) Pai«-$6I.OO FOURTH HousrSprakrr (Hawthorne)....16.40-8.00-4.RO Jolly Good (HrdRp) 10.00-5.40 BirthdayGirl (DclicRp) 3.00 FIFTH Sagidat (Hedge) 12.00-5.80-3.60 RoyalHonry (Thornton) 4.80-4.20 BarOfTalrs (Cannon) 7.00 SIXTH ' Orsinrttr'sldol (Johnston) 8.00-4.40-3.20 Jay Lick (Hrdgp) 7.40-5.40 Knight Bay (Sifilrr) 6.20 BIG EXACTA-(8-2) and (4-3) Paid $1.720.00-13 tickets SEVENTH Jackie Z. (Freshman) 9.00-5.20-4.60 Sir Hickory (Depalo) 10.40-4.80 NearTrmiblr (Ixmvicre) r......6.00 EXACTA-(9-2) Paid-S83.80 EIGHTH Lenny's Lad (Witmer) 20.00-6.00-4.20 Cross Hair (Freshman) 2.80-2.60 Different (Shiik) 3.80 NINTH Midnight Ride (Grove) 11.20-5.40-4.20 Sun Tom (Myers) .' 3.80-3.60 Daufnil Aurora (Freshman) 8.00 EXACTA-(B-3) Paid-S48.20 Attendance--3.798 FIRST IJACF.. Purse S1.500, .1 I YO, Maidrn-Ckiiniini!. I 1 ': Furlongs. MiSSFidget 116 Ko-Chef xl!6 Byra 109 Divine Bubbles ....116 Mother's Guns 109 Radio Ladd 114 MissCoolSpring....l09 Subette 109 TrailOfCoins 109 BeverleyBabe 109 Bingama xU6 Sir Hammer 114 Lovely Me 109 Don'sStar ;....116 SECOND RACE, Purse $1,900, 3 4 YO. Claiming, 6V; Furlongs. Beware TheGr'k...114 Cold War 114 ComeKithe 116 PrettyNadie 109 Mattmarnan 122 Stew'N Fret 109 KalaLio 121 Connie's Belle .109 Molly Ann 116 Queen Regent ....xlll High Impedance... .109 AmborWill 114 PrincessMeMe 109 King'sDotta 109 THIRD RACE, Purse $1,500, 3 YO, Claiming. 4'A Furlongs. H'hestEndeavor...ll7 Carolina Fran H17 Shorty Frank U9 Abie's Rebel 122 Tudoriffic 122 MyDeFer 117 ColorMePink xl06 Pepette xll2 OrteansGirl 117 Thomas W 122. SubManta 117 Determ'nedMaid.114 HopeYancey 117 OleK.B 122 FOURTH RACE. Purse $2.000, 3 YO. Claiming, 4V: Furlongs. Gun Passer 119 Sneaky Pete 122 She Is A Lady 117 aCh'ging Indian ...122 WargomaVan 120 Prouder 120 Mi-Te-Wind 119 LuckyFinance 115 aTryCharing 119 a-Doyle Standifer-entry FIFTH RACE, Purso $1,500, 4 YO 4 Up. Claiming. "Furlongs. Quibu'sComet 114 Short Chip 114 Mr.Noise 114 DonnieDair t..H4 Patty'sCh'lenge..xl09 Kim'sR*nbow....xl09 Valencia'sGirl .109 WildSeed 117 Tosinisbad 114 Wanda's Joy 109 Teprose 114 SocialProfit 114 Com Quest x!09 Lee's-S 109 SIXTH RACE. Purse $1,500, 4 YO Up. Claiming. -ivi Furlongs. JeansTreasure 114 Kings Valley 116 Polonius 122 SirRobot 116 Black Oro 119 Trolea 122 Walroy 122 Goya's Lady xlOS Llanthomas 116 SecretMate Ill China Hand 122 Pooney'sT 116 Junior League Shookstown Clover Hill 6-2-2 Sumpter and Spinnler; Derren- dacher, Wright and Sandbower. HR-Sumpter (2). Harmony 14-14-4 Yellow Springs 4-5-7 Love and Cline; Brantney and Gladhill HR-Delauter (H). Woodsboro 12-14-9 Araby 7-6-4 Sherald, Bentz and Devilbiss; Geisbert and Elder. Yellow Springs 4-5-3 Feagaville 15-12-1 Warner, Stansbury and Gladhill; Proctor and Knott. ,Fort Detrick 7.3-4 Mains 12-14-6 Snadely and Frey; Bowie-Smith and Rippeon. HR-Dave Miss Grand Slam (M). Walker sville 6-9-0 Hyattstown 3-3-0 Kerns-Brengle and Crutchley; Biddinger and Church. New Market 7-8-5 Urbana 4-6-2 James and Scurto; Webb and Galloway HR-Dodson (NM). Great Cigarillos TIPPED OR REGULAR GO KING EDWARD Amirlct's Ltrg»»t Silling C/gtr SEVENTH RACE. Purse $1.800, 4 YO Up. Claiming. 6V; Furlongs. Mitty'sSea 115 FirstSalvo 115 PrinceAnson 114 Alkalite 114 Ribodor 114 FootRullah .: 115 CrossFighter 114 Pontlnio 120 EIGHTH RACE. Purse $2.700, 4 YO Up. Allowance. 6'A Furlongs Mare's Syndrome.. 109 EastBridge xl!2 Chip 115 HaremPrince 114 Lady Galaxy 115 Miss Crasher 115 Clytemnestra xllO Shy Fox 114 SwissMaid 109 NINTH RACE. Purse $1.500, 4 YO Up. Claiming, TFurloncs. CrowHill 120 Midnight 114 FratBrpther .114 BePunctual 114 Edwardo 114 SpiderCreek 114 BelfordGus 114 San Martin 117 CheddarCheese 114 CutTheKidding...114 What Means x!04 Horatio L x!09 Mercutio 114 Whizing Juror 114 x-51bs. apprentice allowance claimed. New Windsor Tops Brunswick New Windsor defeated Brunswick 6-4 in Maryland State League action Sunday. New Windsor 6-9-1 Brunswick 4-7-1 The Easy-Handling CDMET gets the job done... adds to the FUN! Simplified Design-, all steel · construction and careful manufacture assure complete ease , of handling with minimum ; maintenance costs. 5 to 7 HP '. engines. Mows up to 1.9 awes ; an hour; climbs 45% grades. I With implements will haul, ; move snow, aerate, etc. A , superb riding mower made by the famous Snapper folks. Easy Twin* . . . TratKhim Minor League Automotive Industrial 7-7-2 Remsburg Welding 2-2-2 Fisher and Smith; Jones and Tregoning. The Hwnt of Mw Lawn Mewtr 252 W. Patrick St. Phone:, 663-9481 Meet the swelter belter Frigiking, the air conditioner with the mighty cooling punch. Wide selection. Priced low. Immediate installation in your car -- new or old. For as little as: $159.50 plus installation Frigiking Division, Cummini Engine Co., Inc. BILL t EARL'S 420 Eaat Patrick Phone 662-5941 THRIFTY AUTO SERVICE CENTER lEWSFAPESr _ {NEWSPAPER!

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