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The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 13

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Local Teams In District THE NEWS, Frederick, Marytend s. urn PfefeB-1 Tboma* Johnson coach -Joe Poke doesn't know what to expect while BruDswlck mentor Delphy Gaitoer IB optimistic about the results of their first round district btsebsll play-offs today. The Patriots haven't played since May 18 and Polce feels that this is going to hurt their chancce of winning. Polce commented, "it's like playing the first game of the season and I don't know if we're ready or not" Thomas Johnson will meet South Hagerstown beginning at 5:30 p.m. at the Municipal Stadium in Hagerstown. The Rebels topped TJ twice during regular season play. In the firstgamethe Patriots committed 11 errors and in the second contest TJ walked the winning run across. According to Polce, "Joe Hollar, South High's best pitcher, is ineligible to pitch because he played American Legion ball and they will throw Evans against us. Evans beat us the second game and he'll be rough." Polce also said, "South has a lot of good hitters who hit the ball everytime, and they have three or four boys who can really stfne it" Brunswick hasn't had the lay off and Gaither expresses optimism. Gainer feels, "we won't be flat like we were yesterday." Gatther was referring to theB-C play-off with Catocttri which Brunswick won, 3-0. Gaither will start Mitch Oeen- er on the mound against Williamsport Gaither said, "Deener is capable of beating anybody and is not far behind Rick Dawson as far as pitching is concerned." Oawson fired a one^ hitter against Catoctin. The Railroader coach says, "Deener has to pitch one game or the other and Dawson will be able to pitch the final game on Saturday if we win against Williamsport" Williamsport has a 12-5 record and whipped Boonsboro to reach the district play-offs. Brunswick will start its regular line - up except for possibly, Dave McLane. McLane cut his hand and whether or not he can play will be decided before the game which is scheduled to begin at 1:30 p.m. in Hagerstown's Municipal Stadium. Frederick Meets Fcrirldnd Tonight The Frederick Spires will be looking for their second win of the season tonight against Fairland Athletic Club. The game will be played in Montgomery County at Cabin John. According to Jack Patterson, Spires coach, "Fairland has a good defense and a lot of speed." Fairland lost in 11 innings to last year's champions in the only game seen by Patterson. Patterson will start GregEng- lar again on the mound. Englar has been tagged hard in his first two starts and has been working on Ms delivery in practice. The Spires mentor doesn't blame the team's losses on his pitchers because of lack of BUjpport behind them. Frederick has committed 17 errors in three games. Pats Pick Site BOSTON (AP) - The Boston Patriots will train for the second straight year at the University of Massachusetts in preparation for the National Football League season. Coach Cliye Rush said Monday that the training camp will open July 20, with two daily workouts scheduled to begin July 23. Frederick has looked strong offensively as expected by Patterson. The Spires are averaging seven runs a game. The infield has changed drastically during the past week. Patterson will start Bob Allison at first, Pat Patterson at second, Wayne Ahalt at third and Gary 0*Bryan at short The outfield of Phil Banneberger, Tom Sherald, and Larry Myers will stay the same. Patterson has also had to find a new catcher to replace injured Bill Seidling. Seidling has a pulled muscle with Larry Ahalt and Hal Keller expected to share the catching chores. Floyd Recalled BALTIMORE (AP) - The Baltimore Orioles recalled infielder Bobby Floyd from Rochester of the International League Tuesday to fill the injured Paul Blair's place on the roster. Blair was reported resting comfortably Tuesday although doctors said more time is needed before the extent of his injuries can be determined. Floyd, who was a reserve infielder for the Orioles last season, was hitting .298 at Rochester. NEW YORK (AP) - Bing Devine, the man who traded Curt Flood to the Philadelphia Phil, lies, testified for the defense Tuesday in the antitrust suit against baseball that the trading of players is an essential element of the sport At the same time, under cross-examiniation, the St Louis Cardinals' general manager admitted the club had exercised the controversial option Astros 6; Expos 4 HOUSTON (AP) - John Edwards drove in two runs and the Houston Astros rode the fine relief pitching of Jim Ray to a 6-4 triumph over Montreal Tuesday night the Expos' ninth straight loss. Edwards triggered a three-run Astros second inning with a run-scoring single and tripled home another run in a two-run Houston fourth, off Montreal starter and loser Carl Morton, 4-3. Ray rescued rookie starter Ron Cook after the right-hander walked Rusty Staub in the third. He was reached for two runs and three hits in two innings. Braves 4; Mefs J ATLANTA (AP) - Hamme- rin* Hank Aaron broke a two- week home run drought with his 17th of the year Tuesday night backing the four-hit pitching of knuckleballer Phil Niekro as the Atlanta Braves downed the New York Mets 4-1. _ Niekro, who was 0-3 in regular season play against the Mets last year, squared his 1970 record at 6-6 after losing his first four starts. Reds 7; Phillies 2 CINCINNATI (AP) - Johnny Bench hammered two home runs- one a three-run shot- as the Cincinnati Reds reeled off their fifth straight victory Tuesday night a rain-shortened7-2 decision over Philadelphia. The game, which was held up for 18 minutes by rain in the last of the seventh, was called with the Phillies at bat in the eighth with one out and one on after a 52 minute wait. Tony Perez also lashed a homer -his 19th -- to help rookie Wayne Simpson pick;^upshjt^fey* enth victory against bne%losK He gave up six hits and struck out seven. '·'·^i^S^ftVi^ .. Bench cracked a tte-breaking solo homer in the sixth and added his 16th in the seventh inning to push Cincinnati to a five-run margin. He wound up with three hits in four at bats. Pete Rose and Bobby Tolan walked to score ahead of Bench. enewal clause in a player's ontract after slugger Richie Alen and pitcher Steve Carlton lad become holdouts. In that manner, Devine learned to aid both sides in the ase. His testimony under direct examination by defense counsel Mark Hughes established that, n Devine's opinion, "trading contracts of players plays i comparable role to player de» elopment" in the building of a earn. "It is certainly most impor- anf said Devine, who said the Cardinals had spent in the neighborhood of $1.7 million for player development and player acquisition during the 1969 season: Devine also pointed out the pennant-winning Cardinals of 9 64 included six key players acquired by trades -- Flood, Lou irock, Bill White, Julian Javier, Dick Groat and Barney Schultz. Bruce McLaren Kil Car GOODWOOD, England (AP) - Bruce McLaren, one of the world's top racing drivers, was killed here Tuesday when he crashed at 180 miles an hour while testing an experimental car of his own design. The 32-year-old New Zealander, who won the coveted Canam (Canada-America) series last year in his own special racer, was among the wealthiest driver-designers in the sport. McLaren spun out of control in a high speed run at the Goodwood circuit and rammed an earth bank. His MD8 sports car broke in two and exploded on impact He was dragged clear but he died within minutes. McLaren, who had been at the top of the big time in international motor racing for almost 10 years, had been considering retiring from the track. As a builder of racing cars, he was planning to quit driving to devote more time to handling the business side of his motor racing activities^; In the 1$69 Canam series, McLaren scored a runaway ser- MAJOR LEAGUE standings American East Baltimore New York Wash'n Detroit Boston Cleveland West Minnesota California Oakland Kansas City Chicago Milwaukee Divison W. L. Pet. G.B. 34 15 .694 -27 23 .540 J 7'/2 23 24 .489 10 21 24 .467 11 21 25 .457 18 27 .400 14 Division 31 14 . 31 17 25 24 19 28 18 30 15 32 .689 .646 .510 .404 13 .375 14'/ 2 .319 17 8 YESTERDAY RESULTS Baltimore 5, Oakland 1 Cleveland 4-9, Milwaukee 1-5 California 3, Detroit 2, 10 innings · Washington 4, Chicago 3 New York 3, Kansas City 2 Boston 5, Minnesota 1 GAMES/TODAY Baltimore (CueUaf 5-3) at' Oakland (Fingers 3-3) N Detroit (Lolich 6-5) at California (Messersmith 5-4) N Cleveland (McDowell 7-$ at Milwaukee (Krauise 3-8) N Chicago (John 4-7) at Wash, ington (Coieman 3-3) N Kanitt City (Drago 3-3) at New York (Kekich 1-1) N Minnesota (Zepp 1-0) at Boston (Siebert 4-2) N National East Division W. L. Pet. G.B. Chicago 25 20 .556 -New York 25 24 .510 2 St. Louis 22 24 .478 3'/2 Pittsburgh 24 27 .471 4 Phila'phia 20 28 .417 6'/2 Montreal 16 31 .340 10 West Division Cincinnati 37 14 .725 -Atlanta 28 19 .5% 7 Los Angeles 29 20 .592 7 San Fran. 24 27 .471 13 Houston 22 29 .431 15 San Diego 23 32 .418 16 YESTERDAY RESULTS Houston 6, Montreal 4 Atlanta 4, New York 1 Cincinnati 7, Philadelphia 2, eight innings, rain Los Angeles at Chicago, rain San Diego 14, Pittsburgh 8 St. Louis 12, San Francisco 1 GAMES TODAY Los Angeles (Foster 3-5) at Chicago (Holtxman 6-3) San Diego (Dobson 3-5) at Pittsburgh (Blass 2-7) N San Francisco (Puente 1-3) at St Louis (Taylor 1-3) N New York (Seaver 7-4) at Atlanta (Jarvis 5-3) N Philadelphia (Short 3-5) at Cincinnati (Nolan S-2) N Montreal (Wegener 0-0) at Houston (Griffin 1-6) N led In Crash ies of victories, collecting tof money in each of the seven races making up the challenge. In recent years he had been partnered by fellow New Zealander Dennis Hulme in the brilliant orange cars which formec the McLaren team. Only last month McLaren decided* against personally competing in the Indianapolis 500 classic. Hulme, the lone McLaren team entry, was severely burned in practice. Hulme is now recovering from his injuries in the United States; The car in which McLaren died was one he was preparing for the 1970 Canam series. McLaren hit the auto racing highlights in his native New Zealand when he was only 20 years old and gained a scholarship to Europe as the most promising driver of the year. Palmer Leads Oriole . * Victory Over Oakland OAKLAND (AP) - The Baltimore Orioles are beginning to act like greedy vultures. "We won't take it easy," Manager Earl Weaver said of his ravenous birds after they devoured the Oakland Athletics 5-1 Tuesday night for their ninth victory in 12 games to stay ^h~ Cord/no/s 72; Giants 1 ST. LOUIS (AP) - Richie Allen belted two home runs, one a grand slam, and drove in seven runs Tuesday night as the St Louis Cardinals and Steve Carlton stopped San Francisco 12-1. Allen's grand slam capped a five-run outburst against Jerry Johnson in the eighth inning. Carlton held the Giants to four hits, including Willie McCovey's 16th home run in the sixth, as he picked up his first triumph since May 11. Gaylord Perry, 7-6, took the loss. Indians 4, 9; Brewers 7 , 5 MILWAUKEE (AP) - Sam McDowell fired no-hit ball for seven innings in the opener, stopping Milwaukee on two hits, and Cleveland slammed five lome runs in the nightcap, sweeping a doubleheader from the Brewers Tuesday night 4-1 and 9-5. Graig Nettles drove in four runs with a pair of homers and a single in the second game, his later drive in the eighth inning, snapped a 5-5 tie. He also drilled a solo shot in the opener in support of McDowell. The fire-balling lefty, struck out eight and held the Brewers hitless until Danny Walton opened the eighth with a double. Roberto Pena singled later in the inning. Rookie Jack Heideman had a two-run single for the Indians Itafcthe fourth. . Duke, Sims also: walloped a pair of homers in'the night cap, rapping a twonrutv^shot in the first and a solo, belt in the eighth. Ray Fosse chipped in with a bases-empty homer in the fourth. Padres 74; Pirates, 8 PITTSBURGH (AP) - San Diego battered starter Bob Vealefor six runs in the first inning, two on Tommy Dean's bloop bases-loaded double, then clobbered four Pittsburgh relief pitchers foFseven more runs to defeat the Pirates 14-8 Tuesday night Steve Huntz and Clarence Gaston singled to start the explosion off Veale, 4-5. Ollie Brown then doubled home two runs and after two walks, Dean, who drove in three runs on four hits, dropped his blooper over second for a double. Pitcher Gary Ross, 2-3, then lined a single to right for two more runs. The Pirates scored runs in each of the first five innings, including Willie Stargell's ninth home run and a two-run pinch- single by Jose, Pagan, but the Padres also matched the scoring after that scoring in each of the first six innings except the fourth. games ahead of the rest of the American League East. "We have to score runs whenever we get the chance," Weaver said of his style of play. "We'll steal, take the extra base and run every chance we get." Jim Palmer was the winning pitcher. He struck out nine and allowed only five hits in winning his seventh game of the year. "It wasn't my best but I enjoyed this game," Palmer said afterward. "I struck out 11 batters against Minnesota and pitched very well but lost the game." Palmer also had three singles including a broken bat hit to left field and a blooper to short center. "When I first came to the majors, I thought I was a home- run hitter," Palmer said. "I wasn't one, so now I just try and meet the ball." Roilie Fingers, 3-3, goes for Oakland in tonight's game against southpaw Mike Cull ear, 5-3, of the Orioles. Fingers is taking the place of John "Blue Moon" Odom, out with a sore elbow. Palmer said the key to beating Oakland is keeping Bert Campaneris off the bases. A CLIFF HANGER - Cliff Richey of San Angelo, ican men's survivor in the semifinals with .a Tex., moves into action against Hie Nastase of surprise victory over Nastase, 7-5, 9-7, 4-6, Romania in the quarterfinals of the French Open 6-3. Nastase is rated Europe's top clay court in Paris Tuesday. Richey became the sole Amer- player,-AP Wirephoto) 4-3, On Epstein's Single Senators Down White Sox Softball Corning Packaging 7 6 2 Fort Derrick 2 4 4 Weiche and Routzahn; Campbell and Graves. Hyndman Moves To Second Place . WASHINGTON (AP) - Mike Epstein's bloop single to right in the eighth inning snapped a 2-2 tie and the Washington Senators moved to a 4-3 triumph over the Chicago White Sox Tuesday night Epstein's hit came off reliever Wilbur Wood, 2-6, who came in at the start of the inning and is- sucti consecutive singles to Ed Stroud and Frank Howard, before Epstein's RBI hit Aurelio Rodriguez added the final run with a sacrifice fly. Howard's 16th home run of the year in the sixth inning off starter Joe Horlen had given the Senators a 2-2 tie. The White Sox got their runs off starter George Brunet in the opening inning without a hit Walt Williams and Luis Aparicio walked and Ossie Blanco reached on an error to load the bases with none out Charles May and Duane Josephson followed with EBI grounders. The White Sox picked up another run in the ninth when Tom McCraw doubled and eventually scored on a balk. Red Sox 5; Twins, I BOSTON (AP)- Mike Andrews singled to start two rallies and doubled home another run Tuesday night as the Boston Red Sox defeated the Minnesota Twins 51. "Andrews singled to lead off the Boston first inning, moved to second as Carl Yastrzemski walked, and scored on Rico Petrocelli's double. Billy Conigliaro opened the fourth with his third homer of the year to make it 2-0, and the Red Sox picked up another run n the inning on singles by Tom Satriano and Ray Gulp and a double by Andrews. Angels 3; Tigers 2 ANAHEIM (AF) - Jim Fregosi's sacrifice fly in the 10th inning gave the California Angels a 3-2 victory over Detroit Tuesday night . '.i ; Fregosi's drive to right field off loser Joe Niekro, 4-5, scored Jay Johnstone, who had opened the inning with a triple. Joe Azcue struck out but Niekro in- NEWCASTLE, Northern Ireland (AP) - Billy Hyndman of Philadelphia began his chase after another meeting with England's Michael Bonallack by easily winning his first round match in the British Amateur golf tournament Tuesday. ' Hyndman, who lost to Bonal- lack in last year's final, was one under par for 16 holes, eliminating Greg Young of Ireland, 3 and 2. Hyndman spiced his round over the Royal Country Down 6,928-yard, par 71 course with two birdies and an eagle. Bonallack, 35, who won, 7 and 6, in his first match Monday, moved one round ahead of Hyndman by ousting R. M, Kane of Ireland , 4 and 3, in the second round on his try for a fifth title and an unprecedented third in a row. By the end of this second day, only a score of the original 54 Americans entered were still in the running as 10 of the 20 who played their first round matches Tuesday were beaten. Among the winners were former Walker Cupper Bob Gard- ner of Beverly Hills, Calif.- Frank Strafaci of Miami- Dale Mbrey of High Point ' N.C · CaptJ. K. Matheny of the U. S. Army; Chuch Van Linge of Portola Valley, Calif.; Jack Bariteau of San Jose, Calif., and Mike Ford of Yonkers N. Y. The American victims included Mark McCormack of Cleveland, the manager of Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus and Gary Player; John Jennings of B i r m i n g h a m , Mich.; Bob Sweeny of Palm Beach, Fla.; Bryan Rust of Columbus, Ga.; James McHugh of Newton Center, Mass.; William Castelman Jr. of Monaco and Midland, Tex.; and Gene Howard of Chicago. Gardner, 49 years old, beat J. J. Jamison of Ireland, 2 and 1, while McCormack lost to Charlie Green, Scotland's Walker Cupper, on the 20th hole. Joe Carr of Ireland, three- time winner of this title, began to show his age of 48 by losing to South African K. A, Solomon, * and 3. 3OO3 A Savings Book is like a security blanket! And--you'll rest a lot easier when you know your savings are secure at the Frederick County National Bank--backed by 152 years of sound management and steady growth--and insured up to $20,000 by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. Our savers also appreciate the 4V-7' interest per annum (compounded quarterly) their savings earn. Get your security blanket -- stop by either office and open a Savings Account now. FREDERICK COUNTY NATIONAL BANK OF FREDERICK Two Locations! 1 NORTH MARKET STREET PHONE MO 2-2191 1602 ROSEMONT AVENUE PHONE 662-6444 Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. "Growth Through Friendly Service" tentionally walked pinchhitter Tom Silverio and Sandy Alomar before Fregosi's game-winner. Yankees 3; Royals, 2 NEW YORK (AP) - Curt Blefary drove in two runs with a sacrifice fly and his first homer of the season Tuesday and the New York Yankees held off the Kansas City Royals 3-2. Blefary's solo homer off Moe Drabowsky in the eighth inning proved decisive when the Royals nicked Fritz Peterson for both their runs in the ninth. ··«· ·**··*·**·»···-»· CHARLES JOWH'S All Hew in 70 The matt ipcctacular clubhHiu in mint hai tatm camplittd it all-nnr Charles Town for tht 1970 spring mntinf. With dining tor mori than 1500, and man than EDO chair uatt, it provide* unpraccdtntctf accommodation* in air conditioned comfort Add this to Charles Town's recently enlarged and iqedemiied grandstand and you have the most comfortable race track in this area- Telephone 304-725-7001 For Information and Reservations Charles Town, West Virginia Racing Nightly POST TIME 7:15 BIG EXACTA !···»···*········*·· {NEWSPAPER! MECHANICAL TECHNICIAN needed immediately to handle our tremendous increase in service volume. 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