Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on June 17, 1970 · Page 84
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 84

Phoenix, Arizona
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Wednesday, June 17, 1970
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Orioles out two Clubs shift players Associated Press Baseball's trading season closed at midnight Monday with a flurry of action involving established major league baseball players. Most of the transactions, however, covered the shifting of talent to and from the minors or the disabled list. Baltimore disposed of two of its promising extra players. Infielder Bobby Floyd went to Kansas City in return for Moe Drabowsky, the veteran relief pitcher who was a hero in the Orioles' World Series sweep in 1966. Dave May, a reserve outfielder, was traded to Milwaukee for the contracts of two minor league pitchers—Buzz Stephen and Dick Baney, who moved from the Brewers' Portland, Ore. farm team of the Pacific Coast League to the Orioles' Rochester, N.Y. link in the International League. In order to make room for May on the Milwaukee roster, outfielder Hank Allen, recently acquired from Washington, was sent out to Rochester. Cleveland sent pitchers Barry Moore and Bob Miller to the Chicago White Sox for outfielder Buddy Bradford and pitcher Tommy Sisk, who went to the Indians' Wichita farm of the American Association. Cincinnati came up with Ty Cline, a 31-year-old left- handed hitting outfielder from Mohtreal for Clyde Mashore, a 25-year-old outfielder who had been on the Indianapolis farm of the American Association. Mashore goes to the Expos' new minor league link in Winnipeg of the International League. Trojans outlast Longhorns, 8-7 Associated Press OMAHA — Jeff Pedersen singled and scored on Cal Meier's first triple of the season last night to give top- ranked Southern California a 14-inntog 8-7 victory over No. 2 Texas in the fourth round of the double elimination College World Series. Texas, suffering its first series loss after three victories, will play No. 3 Florida State at 10 p.m. Arizona time today. The winner then will meet Southern California (50-13) for the championship at the same time tomorrow. The Trojans drew a bye today. In the opener of yesterday's twi-nighter, Florida State blanked Ohio U. 2-0 behind Tom Henson's five-hitter as Dick Nichols* squeezed bunt scored' Doug Kasimier in the eighth and another run counted on an error. It was the first time the Bobcats had been shut out this season. Texas (39-7) ran up a 7-1 lead with a five-run sixth' inning, as John Langerhans singled hftne one run, and Mike Markl two with a bases- filled single. The other runs came on an error and a passed ball. The Trojans then exploded for six runs in the top of the seventh to tie the score 7-7 as ten batters paraded to the plate and collected five hits. LPGA tourney CINCINNATI (AP) - The Ladies Professional Golf Association will hold a 54*hole tournament at Royal Oak Racquet and Country Club here Aug. 13 to 16. The game was delayed nearly 15 minutes in the fourth inning as umpires, coaches and members of the NCAA games committee conferred regarding a spectator interference situation. It came when Frank Alfano singled and Mike Ball followed with a double down the third base line. A boy jumped over the fence and got the ball and at first the umpires held Alfano at third base. Later the judge- ment call was reversed and he was allowed to score on Ball's double. s. California Texas Strom, Barr Beard, and •3. • Advertisement The Hemorrhoids Problem. Thanks to a special doctor- approved medication millions of Americans have found fast temporary telief from the pain and misery of hemorrhoids. , This extraordinary preparation is called Nupercainal*. In many cases, Nupercain- al's special formula goes to work at once to provide Bwif t, temporary relief from pain and itching. Nupercain- al promises fast relief from pain without a prescription. 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