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P«ffcB.2 THE NEWS* Frederick, Maryland 4. Wi Charles Town FIRST, «t,l«. Maiden. 3 4YO M«i- dM.4'/kFurionc(. Betlv'sCltolw (Roberts) *M-S.*-tM tilth-GridkMBuwc.O ~ 12.iO-7.IN MteWarDam- (MiHtas) *M SECOND. I1.SW. MaKjen/Claimint 1 * 4 YOMaMen.TFarioac*. U.4I-7JM.M L*rkA|talB(WihM) ............................. BADLY DOUltB-M)PAID-*H4.i» THIRD, «.·», Claiminfc 3YO, CM Fur. Cwtoy (Freshmaa) ................. «.4t-7.«ML4» SkiBiig Deb (Dtpalo) EXACTA-(frg) PAID-$».tt 3-M FOURTH, $1,WI, Claiminc, 4YO * TFurtongs. UP. _ Sultan (Frvshma*) ....................... 7.W-4.Z9 hnrrd Account (Detiege) ..................... *·«· THE HOME TEAM - Venezuelan President Rafael Caldera visits RFK Stadium last right, joining home - country ball players on the Chicago White Sox squad in the Senators' dugout. From left are Senators manager Ted Williams, Washing- ton Mayor Walter Washington, cbx» first baseman Ozzfe Blanco from Caracas, shortstop Luis Aparicio fromMaracaibo, Venezuela, and Caldera. FIFTH, $1.SM, Claiming, 4YO It UP. VA Furlongs. MtaFate(Dalgo) U.8M.SM.M DnkeBaHymar (Freshman) 5.40-598 Aimie's W«W (Johnson) S.4S Why** I (Dettefe) Gvya'sLady (Wwfcjr) Ske'« A Smasher (Krati ) . MMJM.4I .S.W-4.M PAID-»t.J7«. SEVENTH. cm Claiminc, 4YO * UP, FkM., 7 Furlongs. Pe» (WHaiw) ».4Mt.»S.M ....«.« BIG EXACTA-(«-4) * 41 U-TICKETS. SIXTH. I1.HO, Claiming, 4YO * UP, F fcM ,4'AFurlonRs. Personality Tops Belmont Field NEW YORK (AF$ - Freak- ness winner Personality and his late-closing partner, High Echelon, settled down Wednesday at Belmont Park to await what trainer John'Jacobs calls the big one. "This is the big one," Jacobs said before vanning the two colts from nearby Aqueduct to Belmont for Saturday's 102nd running of the Belmont Stakes. The entry of Personality and High Echelon, owned by Jacobs' mother, Ethel, is rated the early even-money favorite and is expected to be opposed by seven and possibly nine other 3-year- olds. Personality, who finished eighth in the Kentucky Derby, was very impressive in following up his Preakness victory with a triumph in the Jersey Derby put Saturday. High Echelon, third in the Kentucky Derby and fourth in each the Preakness and Jersey Derby, could find the added distance of the I 1 /?-mile Belmont to his liking. Their toughest competitor is expected to be Raymond M. Curtis' My Dad George, runner- up in the Kentucky Derby to Dust Commander, now sidelined witt a gimpy ankle. My Dad George has not started since finishing second to Personality in the Preakness. Others expected to start in the $125,000-added final race of The Triple Crown are Dansar Stable's Delaware Chief, El Peco CASUALTY - Mrs. Billie Jean King of Long Beach, Calif., is seized with a cramp in her right leg during loss to Germany's Helga Niessen in French Open tennis tournament Wednesday. Miss Niessen defeated Mrs. King, 2-6, 8-5, 6-l.-AP Wire- photo via cable from Paris) Ranch's Aggressively, Thomas Fleming's Needles N Pens, Brookmeade Stable's Climber, Briardale Farm's Stop Time, seventh in the Preakness and Lawrence Boyce's Hark The Lark, 12th in the Preakness. Delaware Chief has been supplemented for $5,000. The others were nominated. Nijinsky Wins Epsom Derby PE Downs Shell, 10-0 Butch Weddle pitched a three- hitter as Potomac Edison blanked Shell 10-0 in 13-15-year-old action Wednesday night. Weddle fanned eight and only walked three. Dwayne Danner, the first of three Shell pitchers, took the loss. Moser, Randolph and Price all had two hits for the winners. P.E. Shell abrhbi abrhbi Moser .. . . 4 2 2 1 Reed 2 0 0 0 Specht 3 1 0 0 Smith 1 0 0 0 Weddle 3 3 1 0 Mathews 2 0 1 0 Randolph 4 2 2 2 Danner 2 0 0 0 Price . . 4 0 2 1 Price 1 0 0 0 Morgan ... . 2 0 1 2 Drapper. . . 2 0 0 0 Gladhill 2 1 1 1 Young 3 0 1 0 Reynolds 1 0 0 0 Proctor 2 0 0 0 Betson . . 3 1 0 0 Crone 1 0 0 0 See ... . 1 0 1 0 Winpegler. . 2 0 0 0 Cosgrave 3 o o o Shtfflet.. . . l o o o Roberts 1 0 0 0 Main 2 0 1 0 Totals...! 301010 7 Totals 240 3 0 A Reynolds 6th inning. B See 6th inning; C Smith 5th inning; D Drapper 4th inning; E Crone 7th inning. F Roberts 5th inning. Potomac Edison 022 310- Shell 000 000- E Potomac Edison--1; Shell--7. SB Shell--1, Potomac Edison--0 IP II R ER BBSO Weddle . . . . 7 3 0 -- 3 8 Danner 2 3 . 2 -- 2 2 Mathews 11/20 5 -- 5 1 Main 41/2 7 3 -- 1 1 HBP Weddle hit Danner; PB Shell-5, UOne, T2hrs. Mix Is Traded SAN DIEGO (AP) - Ron Mix, perennial alUstar offensive tackle in the 10-year history of the American Football League as a San Diego Charger, has been traded to the Oakland Raiders for two draft choices, the Chargers said early Wednesday. A Charger spokesman said the Raiders will give San Diego undisclosed "but high** draft choices in 1971 and 1972 for the services of Mix, 31, who announced his retirement last Dec. 14. Mix, who had asked the Chargers to trade or sell him to the New York Jets, said he learned of the trade Tuesday but has not decided whether he wilt come out of retirement to play for Oakland. Spicy D*t(C«MM) ................... EXACTA-( I*!) PAID-**».« EIGHTH, «3.5M, Allowance. 4YO UP. Prian's Mktt (Sank) NINTH, 1/MMik*. IliiHirt (Peters) Right Swaky (F»ak) Bright Steti (Lewis) Ctalmu* 4YO ft UP. 1 *··· EXACTA-(Z-l) PAID-*3»7.«» ATTENDANCE-3,SliIIANDLE-Smi«« FIRST RACE Parse. S1.CM, J4YO Mai- 107 ..It* 109 109 109 116 119 Hasty Betsy ......... 109 BoMkBrazen King's Dotia .......... 1W Lovely Me .. Saverty .............. 114 Deter' Maid ... Revoltosa -· · -1°9 Roll' Dancer Seal-Tissue ......... u» Don's Star Nips Baby ............ 109 AnotherOak Dot in Spot ........ 109 PlayChnsty ... SECOND RACE Purse, tt.lt* 2YO Maiden. £' ; Furlongs. Slet Docket... . 115 Silly Sorrell ......... 115 Daddy Rabbit ...... 11* UeBBRoad' ...... 11» Rolling Road ......... 118 FieldQueen 115 Far Distance ....... 118 GardenWUst. . . xllO EarNEasy. 118 MissEdnaW ........ 115 THIRD RACE Purse. «Z.1M 3YO Claiming, one mile a sixteenth. MiiS Eugene J 112 Adm'Brown 117 The Right Brace'. 109 Don's Tribe . xll2 First Departure 114 ShyRullah 110 Vivelo 110 L O Davis 117 Northern Run 114 FOURTH RACE Pine.«J» JYO ClalM- Scandah* ill M»«y Amber IIS StrcmgRocx *m PatrickR Itt Salb-Bumps .... 114 PeterKmght .1.22 Shannon Babe 117 Sna-Beau .....115 FIFTH RACE Pmnt. $!,»· «0 A UP Claiming. *vt Farinagi. LadyBucc' 10» CapfHaniiJgan..xlW Tucker Box 1W SobOut 120 RoadToKo-Ro-Ba.UO WUUamL 114 TolmanRoad 120 TomGarvey 120 CarolinaFly 112 Moore'sBaiid 120 Falsie xllO BrickyardJoe 12V HickofyGem 117 WarsEnd..., 114 SIXTH RACE Pane, *l.»f SVO Claim- i»«,«'A Furlongs. Pnn'DeeDee 114 BigDemon.. . JillS Belle Pan xl 10 Chelas'Man 117 Carbon Mist 109 Family Jewels 117 NoSound lUSezWho 107 SEVENTH RACE Pane, $2.200 4YO t UP Claiming. 41/iFnrkmgs. B J SLady ... ....xl09 Stren'DeFer . ..116 WorryFrec .- 116 Dr.'sChoice 117 OakStar 11» AirTraveler 119 Clay Hill 116 Ruleof Facts. .. .120 EIGHTH RACE P«rse, M.MO 4YO A UP Slaner/AllowaiKe,7FiiriMts. RepairtoSiege ..117 UptheRoad 114 MysticVictoo 1 - · "112 Beth'sTune 120 Ole Buddy 114 Bridge Hand 120 NINTH RACE P«rse. $1.6« 4YO UP Claiming, one mile A a sixteenth. Bronze Gold \115 Don'tSpankMe .. 112 Destiny's Darling 112 OralaUon 117 Knight-King. 117 RealBeat 120 ManeCaustm xllO DarlingSpin 115 Some Echo ... xllO X-5 Ibs. apprentice allowance claimed. 35th EPSOM, England (AP) American owner Charles EngeU hard saw hisjinbeaten horse MU jinsky spreadeagle a high.class international field to take the Epsom Derby Wednesday, and admitted he almost wept. Engelhard, of Far Hills, N.J., finally overcame a jinx and triumphed in the race he has tried- and failed- to win many times previously. This time there was no mistake. "This is wonderful," he said. "Every time Pve watched my horses run here they seemed to lose. But this certainly makes up for it "My glasses misted up at the finish and I could hardly see a thing." The man Engelhard probably has to thank most is British New Zealand Wins MALMOE, Sweden (AP) New Zealand won the first official two-man team Motorcycle World Speedway Championship Tuesday night when Ivan Mauger and Ronnie Moore recorded 1-2 finishes in five out of six heats. Some 8,800 spectators braved chilly weather at the local stadium. National The Lions trounced North End Civic Association 11-1 Wednesday in the National Little League. The Lions cracked 12 hits off three North End pitchers. Tim Mossburg, Bob Dailey, and Gene Sappington led the attack with two hits apiece. Dailey also cracked a double. Dale Houck was the winning hurler allowing one run on four hits while fanning eight. Terry Fogle was the losing pitcher allowing 10 runs on nine hits. Ivan Randolph and Dale Poole smashed a double each for North End. Terry Baumgardner and Bob Schantz chipped in with a single each in the losing effort. lions Moss' rf 'Wachter rf Djiie* cf Houck p B Dailey.ss Sap'.C Smilh,3c Clem,3b Shafer,2b \TC\ ab r h hi 4 1 2 1 Poole 3b 2b o 0 0 0 Fogle 2b-p 2 2 1 1 Rand ,p-cf " 5 2 1 2 Schantz ss 3 1 2 2 Murph.v 3b 3 2 2 1 Shifflet.p 3 1 1 0 Baum'.lb 1 0 0 0 Cooney.c 3 1 1 1 Hanna.U Bid',2b 1 0 0 0 Fogle If McLaugh'lb 4 1 1 0 Thomas.rf Mclntosh.lf 0 0 0 0 Harris. rf VanFos'.lf 3 0 1 0 ab r h bi 3 1 1 0 3 0 0 0 3 0 1 0 2 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 Totals ......... 3011 12 8 Totals ............ 21 1 I 0 Lions ................................ 022 070--11 NECA ............................ 000 001--1 LOB Lions-7, NECA-- 2. 2B D Dailey, D Poole, I Randolph IP II R ER BBSO Houck (W) 6 4 1 0 0 8 Fogle (L) 42/3 9 10 8 2 4 Shifflet . 1 / 3 3 1 1 3 0 Randolph . 1 0 0 0 0 2 American Sertoma shutout Elks 5-0 behind the two-hit pitching of Benjy Biggus Wednesday in American Little League play. Biggus whiffed 11 and walked a batter in going the route. Tod Crum took the loss despite an outstanding pitching effort. Crum allowed five runs on two hits as he struck out seven and issued six walks. Jim Mulford blasted a double with teammate Andy Radcliffe picking up the other hi t off Crum for Sertoma. Tom Rhinehart had both of the base knocks off Biggus for Elks. Elks Rine' 3b Geisbert,lb "rum.p Rick' If Tucker ss Jenkms.2b 3addrf Grove.cf Gets', c Harns,lf Sertoma ab r h bi 2 0 2 0 Worth - .3b 2 0 0 0 Whit'.c 3 0 0 0 Biggus.p 2 0 0 0 Rad'.ss. 3 0 0 0 Mulford.If 3 0 0 0 Wisner.lb 2 0 0 0 Geiser.2b 2 0 0 0 Thomas.cf 2 0 0 0 Weedon.rf 1 0 0 0 Wiles a b r h b i 2 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 3 2 0 0 . 3 1 1 1 3 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 2 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 Totals 220 2 0 Totals 195 2 4 Elks . . Sertoma 2B Mulford. Biggus (W) Crum (L) IP 6 5 . 000 000--0 .004 10x--5 R ER BBSO 0 0 1 11 5 4 6 7 HBPByCrumlWeedon Wellington) New Market New Market will play the Frederick Ramblers Saturday at 2 p.m. in MSL play. E. Frederick The Francis Scott Key Lions broke a 2-2 tie in the fifth frame and went on to defeat H. B. Duvall 7-2 Wednesday in East Frederick Little League action. Mike Selby went the distance for the Lions allowing two runs on three hits while walking three and striking out five. Billy Crone took the loss giving up seven runs on seven hits as he struck out 12 without walking a batter. Monty Neel had the hot bat for the Lions collecting two hits in two trips to the plate, including a double. Selby, Randy White, Mike Wood, Mark Moss, and Bruce Everly had the other base knocks for the winners. Scott Baker, Crone, and Daryl Hall had the base knocks for Duvall. I.ions Selby ,p Baggett If Rollms.lf White.lf Selby.rf Athey.rf Wood.rf Moss.lf D Selby, ib Everly.ss Baer.c Nee!.3b Paimer.2b Dm all ,nh r h hi 3 0 1 0 Wil s rf 1 0 0 0 huhn r f 1 0 0 0 Fisher r f 2 0 1 2 \Vhims2b 1 0 0 0 Bo»ens,2b 1 0 0 0 Walkms,2b 2 0 1 0 Kopas.lf 3 1 1 0 Will'sM If 3 1 0 0 Smith so 3 1 1 0 Hall.lb 2 1 0 0 Crune.p 2 2 2 0 Boyd,3b 3 1 0 0 Baker c Pnnce.cf ab r h hi 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 3 1 1 0 2 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 1 0 9 0 Totals .. 277 7 2 Total*. 21 2 .1 0 020 023-7 Dm all 02n oon_ 2 E Lions-1, Duvall-5, LOB Lions-5 Duvall- 1 ?, 2B Lions-Monty Neel IP H R F.H BBSO Scfty 6 3 2 0 3 5 Crone 6 7 7 2 0 12 champion jockey Lester Piggott, who handled Nijinsky perfectly. Piggott- winner of the last two runnings of the Internationa Race at Laurel Park, Washington, D.C.,- won his fifth English Derby. Jack Nicklaus Is Favored In Open CHAPLOTTE, N.C. (AP) Jack Nicklaus, making his first start ever in the Kemper Open golf tournament, ruled as the man to beat Wednesday on the eve of the $150,000 event. But- the "powerful Nicklaus shuns the role of favorite. "I always think I have a chance," Nicklaus said, "but it's ridiculous to say any one man is the favorite. There are just too many good players who are capable of winning." Softball Results Minor V. E. Stup defeated Gladhill 9-7 and remain unbeaten in South Frederick Minor League play. THURMONT - Thurmont continued to dominate play in the Frederick Carroll County softball league whipping Blue Mountain 11-3, Wednesday. Austin Rickerd was the winning pitcher as Geoert took the loss for the Raiders. Bob Shriner led the winners at the plate with four hits. Shriner also drove in six runs. Bob Wilhide had three base knocks including a double and Rickerd chipped in with' three safeties. Lou Hurt led the Raiders with a triple. Blue Mt. 3 5 2 Thurmont 11 14 1 Gebert - Weddle and Hurt; Rickerd and Little. Emmitsburg - Woodsboro defeated Emmitsburg 5-2 in Frederick-Car roll County baseball. Sam Eyler allowed five nits for the win. Mike Joy had a homer for Emmitsburg and Larry Duncan three hits for Woodsboro. Woodsboro 5-10-0 Emmitsburg 2-5-1 Liberty 3-8-1 Clay's 6-9-3 Reebe and Shelton; Blank and Wilson. Cy Young his career. won 511 games in MAJOR LEAGUED standings American National Baltimore New York Wash'n. Detroit Boston Cleveland Minnesota California Oakland Kansas City Chicago Milwaukee EAST W. L. 34 16 28 23 24 24 22 24 21 25 19 27 WEST 31 14 31 18 26 24 19 29 18 31 15 33 Pet. G.B. .680 -.549 6'/a .500 9 .478 10 .457 11 413 13 .689 .633 .520 .396 .367 15 .313 17'/2 2 7V4 YESTERDAY RESULTS Oakland 4, Baltimore 1 Cleveland 7, Milwaukee 6 Detroit 5, California 4, 11 innings Washington 5, Chicago 4 New York 5, Kansas City 3 Minnesota at Boston, rain GAMES TOD AY at Baltimore (Phoebus 3-3) Oakland (Hunter 7-5) N , Detroit (Cain 3-2) at California (Murphy 6-4) N Cleveland (Moore 3-4) at Milwaukee (Peters 0-0) Chicago (Janeski 4-2) at Washington (Bosnian 5-4) N Kansas City (Rooker 3-2) at New York (Bahnsen 3-4) N Minnesota (Ka?t 5-1) at Boston (Nagy 0-0) Chicago New York St Louis Pittsburgh Phila'phia Montreal EAST W. L. 26 20 25 24 23 24 24 27 21 28 16 32 WEST 37 15 28 19 Cincinnati Atlanta Los Angeles 29 21 San Fran. 24 28 Houston 23 29 San Diego 23 32 Pet. G.B. .565 .510 2'/2 489 3'/2 .471 VA 429 6'/2 .333 11 712 -.5% 6'/2 580 7 .462 13 .442 14 .418 15Vi YESTERDAY RESULTS Houston 5, Montreal 0 New York at Atlanta, rain Philadelphia 11, Cincinnati 4 Chicago 6, Los Angeles 5, 11 innings San Diego at Pittsburgh, rain St. Louis 6, San Francisco 5 GAMES TODAY at Los Angeles (Osteen 7-4) Pittsburgh (Moose 5-4) N New York (Seaver 7-4) at Atlanta (Jarvis 5-3) N Montreal (McGinn 3-4) at Houston (Griffin 1-6) N Only games scheduled. Roy McMillan, former New York Met shortshop, is a coach with the Milwaukee Brewers under Manager Dave Bristol. ANNIVERSARY BONANZA Come Help Us Celebrate These Three Happy Days! SAVE! SAVE UP TO Se PER GALLON Six (6) Pak Coca Cola WITH THE PURCHASE OF 10 GAL Of Miracle Gasoline REGULAR ETHYl 94 OCTANE 100 OCTANE FRIDAY, JUNE 5, SATURDAY, JUNi 6 AND SUNDAY, JUNE 7 OUR BIG BUYING - POWER, MODERN DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM, ELIMINATES THE MIDDLEMAN * SAVES YOU THE BUYER Lots Of MONEY. ONLY AT BENTZ SERVICE STATION 2 S. 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