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REPUBLIC Orioles out two Trade action light 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. Infieldef Bobby Floyd went to Kansas City in return for Moe Drabowsky, the veteran relief pKcher 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 Montreal 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. Seminoles send Ohio nine home Associated Press OMAHA, Neb. - Dick Nichols' squeeze bunt scored Doug Kasimier in the eighth inning and another run counted on an error as third-ranked Florida State blanked Ohio University 2-0 behind Tom Henson's five- hitter in the College World Series last night. No. 2 Texas, only unbeaten team in the double elimination tournament, played No. 1 Southern California in the nightcap of the fourth round. The Seminoles' 48th victory in 56 games eliminated No. 4 Ohio and left the surprising Bobcats, who were making their first trip here, with a 33-6 Hollypark record equaled INGLEWOOD, Calif. (AP) — Reb's Policy equaled the Hollywood Park track record of 1:02 2-5 for 5% furlongs, zooming to a 2^1ength victory over favored Jungle Savage in yesterday's $27,700 Hollywood Express^ The a-yea'rMd colt, cfcr- rying 113 pounds and piloted by Bill Mahomey, equaled the mark set on June 13,1957 by Porterhouse. Reb's Policy paid $12.80, $5.20 and $3.20 and Jungle Savage, 113, returned $4.20 and $2.80. In the ninth race, Traveling Dust, an 8-year-old veteran, breezed to a three - length victory to break the all - time Hollywood Patk >, record for career triumphs,; It was the 12th visit to the track's win- .ner's circle for Traveling DusL.breaking the mark of 11 shared by Native Diver and Harpie. season mark. Ed Robbins, senior right- hander, absorbed his first loss after 14 victories and yielded only three hits. His teammates erred four times behind him, Henson, junior right-hander from Evansville, Indiana, boosted his season record to 4-0 but needed help from • Advertisement southpaw Mac Scarce in the eighth. In the second game at Rosenblatt Stadium, unbeaten University of Texas and once beaten University of Southern California went into extra innings all tied, 7-7. A loss for USC would eliminate the Trojans. The Hemorrhoids Problem. ly a pain reliever, like other preparations, soothes Thanks to a special doctor* approved medication Mi- lions of Americans have found fast temporary relief 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 swift, temporary 'relief from pain and itching. Nupercain- al promises fast relief from pain without a prescription. 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