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The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 9

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Michaels' Three Field Goals Beats Skins SKINS ON THK MOVE -- Ray McDonald of the Washington Redskins is brought down in second quarter of NFL exhibition game at D.C. Stadium Thursday night. In the action i h E NEWS, Frederick, Maryland Friday, September 1, 1967 Terps Coach Faces Trouble are Baltimore Colts' Mike Bob Boyd ( 4 0 ) and Bubba Colts won, 23 17. AP Wcrepnoio Curtis, on ground, Smith (78) WASHINGTON (AP) - Three iie'd goals by Lou Michaels in the second half provided the margin Thursday night as the Baltimore Colts whipped Washington 23-17 in a National Football League exhibition game and continued their eight-year hex over the Redskins. Baltimore broke out of its exhibition season offensive slump in the first half when the Colts scored two toucheowns, one on a Pirates Whip Phils On A!ou's Single In Seventh Inning PITTSBURGH (AP) Matty Alou's infield single in the sev- , enth inning scored Al Luplow ! from third, snapping a tie and Pittsburgh went on to a 6-4 victory over Philadelphia Thursday night. Luplow, pinch-hitting for starter Bob V'eale, skipped a double just inside the third base line in the seventh inning and went to third on a sacrifice before Alou slashed a grounder that bounced off second baseman Cookie Roias' glove. Philadelphia 100 000 300--4 8 1 Pittsburgh 210 010 llx-- 16 3 Wise, G. Jackson (5), Hall ( 7 ) , Farrell (8) and Oliver; Veale, Pizzarro (8) and May. W --Veale, 15-7. L--Hall, 98. one-yard plunge by Jerry Hill · a nd the other on a two-yard run by Jim Welch. But the Redskins, who had only scored on a Charley Gogolak field goal in the first half, were able in the second half to crack the vaunted Colts' defense, which hadn't allowed a touchdown in 14 quarters. Sonny Jurgensen hit Bobby Mitchell for a two-yard touchdown pass. After Michaels' second field goal of the night, the Redskins mounted another drive which vas culminated by Jim Ninow- ski hitting John Burrell on a 14- yard touchdown pass. Michaels kicked another field jfoal in the waning minutes and a final Redskins' drive brought them to the Colts' 30 but the clock ran out. The victory however may have been marred by injuries to two, kev Baltimore players--big Bubba Smtih and John Mackey. Smith sprained a knee in the f'rst half, took off his uniform during halftime and sat out the last 30 minutes. Mackey pulled a Ibieh muscle during the second half and also dressed. Baltimore 7 7 4 Washington 3 0 7 B a tt_Hill 1 run (Michaels kick) Wash--FG Goqo'ak 36 Bait--Welch 2 run (Michaels kick) Ba t_FG Michaels 35 Wash--Mitchell 2 pass from Jurgers^n (Goqolak kick) J--M 7--17 Balt-FG Michaels 24 Wash--Burrell 14 pass (Gsgo'ak kick; Ba't--FG Michaels 33 Attendance 47,008 from BALTIMORE SCORES -- Jerry Hill ( 4 5 ) goes over for Baltimore Colts' touchdown in first quarter of National Foctbail League exhibition game at D C Stadium Thursday night. Other players are Washington Redskins' er, left, and Tom Walters, hidden. Tom Matte ( 4 1 ) . AP Wirephoto Jim Short- and Colts' Page 11 Homer Beats Birds For Twins By STAN GOLDBERG Staff Wr.ter COLLEGE PARK - Although Bob Ward has been at Maryland less than a year ne already has more* trouble than his two predecessors. Last year when Ward took over he inherited a football uam that offensively had quarterback Alan Pastrana and little e.-e Now that Pastrana has called it quits because of a knc-J injury Maryland has about as much chance finishing first as the Redskins did under Mike Nixon. But with all his troubles Ward, who is in better shape than niojt of his players, still manage"! to point out "a few hopeful s.x-is for Maryland football when lie held his" first press conference yesterday. "We don't have any .'re,it stars," Ward said, "But v e ' l l try to put the boys together and make a team out of them " Ward said that if he did !i;i\e any stars it was end Billv V'.n Bill Van Hcu.scn Rookie's Double Sparks Reds Over Giants i I M C I N N A I I i AP Rookie John Bench drove in two runs witn a double -his sec'ond major k-ague hit--to break a tie in the .·.eventh inn.rig and power Ihe L mcinnati Reds to a 3-1 victory uver the San FrancLsco Giants Ihursday night. Bench slammed the double to right after Lee May doubled and Tommy Helms was walked intentionally. Jim ,M.l;r.cy's four-hit pitching helped the Reds to the victory that enabled them to hang on to second place in the National Heusen who caught 25 pas;-o-; for seven touchdowns. "He should be a real sound player. He is one of our best athletes." Concerning his quartet !^'(-k, Ward said he had three prospects to take Pastrana's place The top candidate appears to be Chuck Drimel, a sophomore who completed 12 of 31 passes for last years freshman squad Drimal looked exceptionally well in our spring scrimmage." Ward said. "He looks like a win ner and knows how to make t^e great play." Right behind him is Joe Tomcho, who was injured in the summer of 1966 and didn t p v freshman ball. Also in conten-, lion is soph Jim Sniscak. ' On the offensive line Ward compared tackle Tom Mvs!" ski to former Maryland and ,ro great Stan Jones. "He's (|o'. the tools to be a real good offensive lineman," Ward said. In the backfield Ward has Ernie Torain and Billy Loved i both of whom he called out-' standing backs. Ward also had praise for Ralph Donofrio and | Kenny Datton, his other two backs. On defense he pointed out tackles Billy Back and Tom Ple- vm along w i t h guard Mike Grace as three of his "more solid men " ' "Among the linebackers we have some good experience," Ward said. "In linebacker Jim Lavrusky we have a plavor with pood football sense. "End Pat Baker can hit ml move around pretty good. But we suffered a big loss when Jo'.n Hetrick signed a baseball contract." Overall Ward said the defensive backfield lacked experience with the loss of Hetrick "Wj \ e switched Lou Stickel from safety to rover, but otherwise, it's a young and inexperienced group " As a new policy Ward announced that a fence will be In ill around the practice field w i t h a guard at the gate Only thost' w i t h passes will be allowed in to watch practice The coach commented t h i l the press would have no trouble go'.'ing passes On Mondav an ·p-n session w i l l be held though Hi- also antvii'ivi'd ttrtt ,1 »' Br.-.ji/oll has been hired as a full tune recruiter There is new grass in the s'.i- di'-m and the faultv rlo-k h i been f i x e d . It will h? interest Tg to see w h a t becomes of th f'v^thall team ST. PAUL-MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- Rich Reese's two-run, pinch-hit homer in the ninth inning wiped out Curt Blefary's two-run shot in the top of the inning and vaulted the Minnesota Twins to a 10-9 victory nver Bfltimore Thursday. The triumph, a ter two losses to the Orioles, moved the second-place Twins to within one half game of the American League leading Boston Red So., who lost their game with Ch : c- 1 ago White Sox. Reese's one-out blast off reliever Moe Diabowsky, 7-5. ended the see-saw struggle in which each team collected 16 hits. The Twins trailed 9-8 going into the fast of the ninth, but Cesar Tovar beat out an infield ··ingle, and Reese, batting fo-- Terry Zimmerman, drove the ball 410 feet into the right-center field bullpen. The Twins had taken an 8-6 BALTIMORE MINNESOTA ab r h bi ab r h ' B ' e f a r y If 5 lead with two runs in the eighth inning on doubles by Rod Carew and Tony Oliva sandwiched around Harmon Killebrew's sin- file off Eddie Fisher. But the Orioles came right hack for three runs against Ron Kline. Consecutive doubles by Boog Powell and Dave Johnson brought in one run before Kline cou'd get Larry Haney on a trounder for the first out of the inning. Kline then struck out pinch hitter Vic Roznovsky, but Blefary smashed his 19th homer into the right field seats, 385 feet away. Reese's homer, however gave Kline his seventh victory against no defeats. The Twins' first six runs came in three two-run singles-by Russ Nixon in the second, Carew in the fourth and Kille- !rew in the sixth. The Orioles scored four runs in the fifth, two on Brooks Robinson's 18th homer and another on Johnson's bases-empty shot. They tied it 6-6 in the seventh vvhen Frank Robinson scored from third while the Twins were narrowly missing a double play. Chicago Beats Boston, 4-2, Lead Cut To Half A Game A"^ncio ss Blair cf FRobinsn rf R P o ^ i r s n 3b Powell lb Johnson 2b Hanny c Phoebus p May ph Dillma np Buzhardt p Snyder ph Fisher p Uhlnendr cf ^ ^ r ^ w ?b 5 l 2 T K illcbrpv. lb 1 011 v rl r f 4 I 5 2 -J ·) ^ol in' 3b d 1 1 O H e r n d n r V 1( 5 2 1 4 K o s t r - --h 5 0 ^ 0 T o v a r I f 2 0 0 C V J i y o n i 1 0 0 0 "" i m r --n n n c 0 0 0 ) »ef'S' 0 n i ^ Verstill 0 0 0 ri '«i ntt 0 0 0 ph R o ^ n v s k y p h 1 0 0 0 M'isan Drabosky p 0 c 0 0 K l i n e p 43 9 '6 ' Totals w h i n winnirq n n Totals Ore out Baltimore Minnesota E R ~J l 0 0 0 C 38 10 I 4 11 TO '""1 THIS IS GOLF? -- Bob Dickson of McAlester, Okla playing in a driving rain during yop- teiday's opening q u a l i f y i n g round of the U.S Amateur golf championships at Colorado Springs, Colo , positions his ball on a green AP W i r c i ^ o ' from this sheltered position. Dickson this year has been British Amateur Champion and a Walker Cup member. Rain washed out Wednesday's play, and postponed action for an hour Thursday sots i 2B Pm Johr Dn ' SB C.irew P^ncbu', Di m i" R 7 * - r r t t F sh r OJO 101 025--10 , Bii'frirv DP P ' ' LOB R l l t i m c v f 11 V i ^ ' - P T o u a t B fli' r s r c w 0 i ' Johrson HR ' 8 1 B'ef.iry R Pr M9 , IP H R ER BOSTON ( A P ) -- Home runs by Tommie Agee and Pete Ward provided a three-run eighth inning rally as the Chicago White Sox defeated Boston 42 Thursday night and sliced the Red Sox' lead to one-half came in the tot rid American League pennant race. Agee's 13th homer of the reason leading off t'.ie inning tied the score 2-2 The next two rnr-n w e n t o u t , but Boston third la ·(.·- man Jerry Adai'- booted Rock\ C o l a \ i t o ' s g r o u n d e r and \Vaui then smashed hi*, 16th homer deep to right field \Mute S,\ rookie i :M-J (\ulo-. held Boston h i t l e r s fi.r the n r . t M\ i n n i n g s b it the Red Sox r a l lied for two i u:is in the s e v e n t h to take a hi lef lead. Carl Yastrzemski walked and George Scctt lined a single to left for the first Boston hit. .Vft- er both runners were sacrificed along, Chicago Manager Eddie Stanky lifted Carlos in favor of \eteran relief ace Hoyt Wilhelm. Yastrzemski scored the tying run on a ground out, and Rico Peti ocelli's double sent Scott acioss with the go-ahead tally. Chit-ago 100 000 030--1 9 1 Boston 000 000 200--2 2 1 Carlos, Wilhelm ( 7 ) , McMahon i rP and Josephson; Bell and Howard. W-McMahon, 4-2. L-Bell. 10 11 Home runs -- Chicago, Agee 1 1 3 ) , Ward ( 1 6 ) Cubs Top Mets On Unearned Run CHICAGO ( A P ) -- Al Span- Savage "/ent to a count of one eler's pinch single in the llth ball and two strikes before i n n i n g gave the Chicago Cubs H Spanglr · came in to hit for him 2-1 vic'ory over the New York j^ ls s i n gi e to left won the Mets Thursday game. Ernie Banks led off the inning The Cubs scored an unearned with a single and moved to sec- run in the fifth a ter Don Kes?. ,. ,, rp -incer reached second tn iirst md w h ( n Met reliever Ron Tay- , i a ^ m a p Rob ., ohnso n's fumble lor hit Randy Hundley with a ( ; ) o n n Beckert sacrificed Kes- pitch Ferguson Jenkins cam- singer to third, and he scored in to run for Banks, and Ted nn Bi'lv Williamr.' infield out Spssdway Set For Reopening Tomorrow May had homered off Mike McCormick to put the Reds ;,head in the second inning, but the Giants tied the game, 1-1, in t'..e fourth. San Fran. 000 Iftfl 001V-- 1 4 0 Cincinnati 010 000 20x--3 5 1 McCormick, Linzy fn and Hal ler; Makmoy and Bench W- Maloney, l.i-9 I^-McCormick, 18-7 Homo run -- Cincinnati, May (10). T ii e grand opening of the new St. Thomas Speedway, postponed due to rain last Saturday night has been rescheduled for this Saturday at 8 p.m. On tap for the second try at reopening the popular one-thi'-il- mile oval will be three 10-lap qualifying heats, a 10-lap consolation race, two 12-car pursuit -aces and a 25-lap feature event for semi-late .nodel modified stock oars. The record $1 ,200 purse posted for the semi-late models is «x- oected to attract the same field of some 40 cars scheduled for last weekend The '-rack, located just off (TS .Ti. 5 miles wost of Chamhors- burg. will be o t on for wprm i'- laps at 7 .W w i t h racing action beginning at 8 p m GENERAL TRANSMISSIONS OF FREDERICK 120 Ens! Patrick Across From Potomac Krlison WORLD'S FASTEST GROWING TRANSMISSION SHOP Slipping Keakinu Fluid I'and A d j . $t.f0 Seal Job S29.»).", O V K R H A M , Sfio.OO Includes Labor, Fluid, Hands, O'rinjjs, Seals, (Jaskets Free Towing Free Road Te«^l Mfctimr Warranty Available f.-7. 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