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THE NEWS, Frederick, Maryland Jue S, IfM PaffeB-1 Powerful Oriole Bats Again Down Brewers MILWAUKEE (AP) - Home by Frank Robinson, Boog Powell and Merv Rettenmund lowered the Baltimore Orioles to a 7-6 victory over Iffilwtukee Sunday at reliever Eddie Watt put down an eighthinning uprising by the Brewers. Robinson and Powell slugged consecutive homers in the fourth inning after the Brewers had taken a 24 lead. Powell's drive carried an estimated 450 feet into the center field bullpen. Chico Salmon put the Orioles ahead to stay, 3-2 in the sixth in. ning, when his squeeze bunt Long Trip Proves Fruitless For Nine From Brunswick By STAN GOLDBERG (Sports Editor) The Brunswick baseball team didn't miss the bus Saturday, but they wish they had. The Railroaders, who were scheduled to play Bruce in the B-C Baseball Finals at Frostburg State, drove almost 100 miles, part of the way in a drizzle, to Cumberland only to find out that the game had been postponed several hours earlier be- cause of wet grounds. "The guy in charge up there called us about 9:15,15 minutes after we left," Brunswick coach Delphy Gaither said. "He called the school but the only person he got hold of was the janitor." The quick thinking janitor immediately called the state police and asked them to stop the bus before it got too far. "They agreed to do it, but we somehow managed to get through Twins Outslug Senators, W-9 WASHINGTON (AP) - Tony Oliva's single broke an llth inning tie and then Jim Holt's base hit delivered two more runs as Minnesota held off rallying Washington for a 10-9 victory over the Senators Sunday. The Twins had opened a four- run lead when Rich Reese, a pinch hitter for a pinch hitter, ripped a sixth inning grand slam homer. But Washington nibbled away at the margin, pushing two runs across in the eighth and two more in the ninth to tie it. Then in the llth, consecutive singles by Leo Cardenas, Harmon Killebrew and Oliva gave the Twins the lead again. Minnesota Manager Bill Bigney again successfully used a pinch hitter for a pinch hitter with Carley Manuel delivering a single to load the bases and Holt's hit brought two more runs across. The Twins needed the extra runs, too, because in the bottom of the llth Frank Howard ripped a two-run double. But rookie right-hander Steve Barber, the Twins' seventh pitcher, came on to get the last out. Reese's homer came Bob Allison was announced as a pinch hitter and Washington switched from lefty George Brunet to right-hander Dick Bosman. Rigney went to Reese, a left-handed hitter and after two wide pitches. Reese connected against the Scoreboard in right. Minnesota 300 004 00003-10192 Washington 002 010 022 02-9140 11 innings . RoswelL Hall (5). Williams (6). Perranoski (% Zepp (9), Kaat (11), Barber (11) and Mitterwald Brunei. Bosnian (6), Pina (7), Shellenback (7), Kowles (9, Grezenda (10), Coleman (11) anil French. W-Zepp, (2-0). L- Grezenda, (2-3). Hr-Reese (4). Giants Win In 19th On Homer their net," Calmer said. "When we got halfway up there a drizzle began to fall but the police still hadn't got to us. The bus continued on until It got almost to Cumberland. "A state trooper than caught up with the bus and pulled the bus over," Gaither continued. "Actually I was sitting in the back and didn't realize at first that we were being stopped. "He told the driver to call Brunswick High School and the driver relayed the message to me. At that time I realized what had happened." The bus pulled into Gj^berland and Gaither went to a i-ay phone and called the janitor who gave him the message. He tried to get told of the Cumberland official in charge of the finals but could- t reach him. So the bus turned around and leaded back on the long and rather rustrating trip to Brunswick. Gaither wait home and took a nap before calling the official in Cumberland again. "When I got hold of him he »aid I probably really wanted to give him heck," Gaither commented. "But I told him it was ust one of those things." "The boys felt downhearted, but they are o.k. The Cumberland official did at east bat .500. He managed to get hold of Joe Polce, coach of TJ which was scheduled to play in .he Class A-A Finals at 4 p.m., and let him know that his game lad been postponed before the Patriots started on their trip. Meanwhile Brunswick will try it again Wednesday. They will again have to play at Frostburg and make that long trip. "It might be a good idea to call right before we leave and make sure the game is still on" Gaither said with a laugh. sent home catcher Andy Etchebarren who had doubled and moved to third on a wild pitch by loser Marty Pattin. Rettenmund hit a two-run homer in the top of the eighth that highlighted a four-run surge by the Orioles. Milwaukee bounced back and chased Baltimore starter Mike Cuellar with a four-run surge of its om. The big blows were a run-scoring single by Roberto Pena and a three-run pinch homer by Phil Roof. Watt replaced Cuellar and after giving up a walk to Tommy Harper, who stole second, fanned Ted Kubiak to end the threat. Watt also got out of trouble in the ninth. Ted Savage had put Milwaukee ahead in the first inning with his third home run of the season. BALTIMORE MILWAUKEE ab r h bi ab r h bi Buford If 4 0 0 0 Harper 3b 3 0 0 0 Salmon ss 4 0 0 1 Kubiak ss Belanger ss 1 0 0 1 Savage cf FRobinsn rf 5 1 2 i Walton If JPowell Ib 4 2 2 1 HAllen Ib Rettenmd cf 5 1 2 2 MNertny c BRobinsn 3b 5 1 3 0 Hrshbrgr rf DJohnson 2b 4 1 1 0 Pena 2b Etchebrn Cuellar p Watt p GERMANTOWN - Howard Lyles blasted a three - run homer in the bottom of the 19th inning, to give the Germantown Giants a 10-8 win over Creagerstown in Maryland State League play Sunday. Lyles came up with three hits at the plate while Windy Johnson cracked five hits including two two-run homers. Craig Hackey added three hits including two doubles and a two-run homer as Leon Taylor chipped in with three hits. The Giants came up with the big hit but the real hero is George Hackey who pitched 13 innings in relief of three other Giant hurlers. Hackey allowed only two runs on seven hits while he fanned 14 and walked only five. Wally Page, Bruce Purnell, and Forrest Wilson worked on the hill before Hackey came in to save the game. Bob Shafer took the loss in relief of starter Larry Raines who went the first nine frames. Shafer worked 10 innings giving up three runs on six hits while striking out eight and walking one. Shafer and Fyock smashed three hits apiece with Jim Hoffman and Jim Bachtell chipping in with solo home runs for Creagerstown. Creagerstown . 000 220 010 000 000 000 1-8 Giants 020 002 012 000 000 000 3-10 Haines - Shafer and Backtell; Page - Purnell - Wilson - Hackey and Plummer - Lefedge. Ramblers 14; New Windsor, 13 The Frederick Ramblers won their second contest of the season, but had to rally for six runs in the last inniog to edge New Windsor, 14-13, Sunday in Maryland State League action. Frederick used five pitchers during the game with Jack Stine getting the winning verdict. Audie Murphy started for the Ramblers but left after one-third of an inning and with six runs charged against him. ' Joe Dutrow, Terry Boyer and Rat Ramsburg also saw action on the mound but Stine fired the last frame and struck out the side. New Windsor, on the other- hand, used just one pitcher. Pete Smith went the distance giving up 14 runs on 14 hits while striking out five and miking three. Boyer led Frederick at the plate with four hits including a double and home run which drove three runs across. Murphy added three hits with a double and three RBIs and Adrian Winpigler cracked two hits driving in four runs. Vince Valaniatan ledNewWind- sor at the plate with two hits including a home run and double. Valaniation also was creditec with two RBIs. New Windsor's Bob Akins and Bob Story each chipped in with two base knocks and Tom Lewis added a two run homer also for New Windsor. New Windsor.. 611 001 040-13 Frederick 200 501 006-14 Smith and Valaniatan; Murphy- Dutrow - Boyer · Ramsburg Stine and B. Winpigler - Jacobson. New Market.9; Ramblers, 2 NEW MARKET -- Ronnie Hart paced New Market to an easy 9-2 win over the Frederick Ramblers in MSL play Saturday. Hart had four hits including a two run homer for the winners. Rick McQuillen, Bob Clark and Hood Geisbert all had two hits for New Market. Geisbert drove in two runs. For the Ramblers, Sparky Cole had two hits while Terry Boyer and Willie Becker collected doubles. Rudy Ahalt went the distance to pick up the victory. He struck out seven and had fine control with only three walks. Terry Boyer started for the Ramblers and was knocked out in the seventh when New Market got three runs. He gave up nine hits, walked seven and fanned seven. Joe Dutrow finished up without allowing a hit. Ramblers. . . .000 200 000- 3 New Market. . 100 032 30x--9 Boyer, Dutrow (7) and Winpigler; Ahalt and Clark. Brunswick,4; Germantown, 3 BRUNSWICK-A dropped thir strike led Brunswick to a 4-3 win over Germantown Sunday With two out in the top of th ninth and the score 3-3 the gam was apparently headed for extra innings when Tom Seaton fanned Jim Fleet wood of Brunswick. But the ball got away from th catcher and Fleetwood, true to his name, raced to first. He went to second on a wild pitch and scored on an error. Some great relief pitching bj Mark Donovan and Pete Cooper helped Brunswick gain the win Germantown got three runs in the first and was getting to the Brunswick starter when Donovan came on in the fifth. He went three and one-tL v d innings am allowed only one .ut, Cooper then relieved in th eighth and also allowed only one hit. (See MSL Pg. B-2) 4 1 2 1 Pattin p 2 0 0 0 Baldwin p 0 0 0 0 Alvis p h Gelnar p Sanders p Roof ph Locker p 5 0 1 0 3 1 2 1 5 0 0 0 5 1 2 0 5 0 0 0 4 2 2 0 4 1 2 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 3 0 0 0 0 Total 38 7 12 7 · Total 37 6 11 6 Baltimore 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 1 0 -Milwaukee 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 - 6 E--Salmon. LOB--Baltimore 9 Milwaukee 10. 2B--F.Robinson Etchebarren, B.Robinson. Alvis. HR-Savage (4), F.Robinson (8), J.Powell (16), Rettenmund (6). Roof (3). SB-Pena, Rettenmund. Harper. S--Harper, Cuellar. SF--Pattin. IP H 7 2-3 10 Cuellar (W.6-4) Watt Pattin (L.2-5) Baldwin Gelnar Sanders Locker 11-3 4 3 0 1 1 R ER BB SO 6 6 2 0 WP--Pattin. T--3:00. A--16,692. PLAYOFFS The final district playoff games between Brunswick and Bruce, and Thomas Johnson and Allegany were postponed Saturday because of rain. The Patriot "game was. rescheduled for Tuesday at 4p.m. at Donahue Field in Cumberland. Brunswick will play Wednesday in Frostburg beginning at 2 p.m. ^ MUI/LER "SCORES FOR GERMANY-Gerhard Muller, first World Cup player to be credited with a hat trick, kicks one into the net Sunday during the World Cup soccer game be- tween West Germany and Bulgaria at Leon, Mexico. The Germans beat Bulgaria, 5-2. Others are, from left: Penev. Seeler. (AP Wirephoto) JO-3, Behind Englar Spires Win Second Game Greg Englar, who was knocked out of the box in the first inning of last week's game against Martz Insurance, redeemed himself Sunday as he pitched the Frederick Spires to a 10-3 win over tough Atlantic Masonry at McCurdy Field. The big righthander allowed only five hits and did not give up an earned run. His control was excellent as he only walked one and had the visitors guessing all day. "He threw with his head and not just his arm," Spire coach Jack Patterson said. The win was Englar's first of the year and evened the Spires mark at 2-2. Englar not only showed improvement, but so did the defense. Although the Spires committed four errors it was a far cry from the seven they made last week. In order to bolster his defense Patterson used Pat Patterson at second and moved Jim Snoots from second to third. Wayne Ahalt was taken out of the starting lineup. "It hurts our hitting, but we are much better defensively with Patterson in," the Spires coach said. ; For awhile it looked like a Mrs. Jacobs Now Has Two Three Yedi* Old Champions repeat of last week when Atlantic took a 2-0 lead after the first two innings. But Frederick hopped on Atlantic starter Bill Wright for five runs in the third end it was never a contest after that. Three of the runs came in the third on a three-run homer by Gary O'Bryan, former Frederick High star, who was playing his ?irstgamewiththeSpires. As usual Frederick hit the ball well with 13 hits including three by Larry Myers, Phil Ranne- berger and Larry Ahalt added two each. Patterson was not only pleased with Ahalt's hitting, but alsp his defense. Ahalt was starting in the place of Bill Seidling who is out with a pulled muscle Every starter in the Spires lineup had at least one hit. Atlantic Spires abrhbi abrhbi Sand',2b 3 0 0 0 Sherald.cf 5 2 1 0 Merhing.2b....2 0 0 0 O'Bryan.ss 5 1 1 3 Sham'lb 5 1 1 0 Snoots.Sb 4 0 1 0 Stover.lb 5 1 1 0 Ahalt,3b 1 0 0 0 Wilson.cf 5 0 1 0 Myers.rf 5 2 3 2 Hopkins.rf 5 0 1 1 Ranne'lf 3 1 2 1 Ander'Sb 2 1 0 0 Allison.lb 3 0 1 0 Nawfelt,ss 4 0 0 0 Silvers.lb 2 0 0 0 Lagos.c :..3 0 0 0 Patter',2b 4 1 1 0 Fitz'.c 1 0 0 0 Ahalt,C..... 4 1 2 0 Wright.p 3 0 1 1 Keller.c 0 0 0 0 Biggerton,p...O 0 0 0 Englar.p 4 2 1 2 Totals 383 5 Z Totals 401013 8 A 2-2; B Thur- with head; C Wednesday; D Thursday; E DC. Pioneers; F Fairland in Frederick; G at Catoctiri; H Friday-LeoniesHome. Masonary 110 010 000--3 Spires 005 200 II 10 E Masonary--4; Spires-r4; ,2B Spire? - Myers (2), Ranneberger- Masonary Shamburg; 3B Spires- Myers; -HR Spires O'Bryan (3run). ·-»· IP H R ER BBSO Englar 9 5 3 0 1 5 Wright ....7 * 7 7 1 5 Biggerton 1 5 3 2 0 1 HBP Englar (1): WP Spires-- M--; PBSpircs--1; Masonary--0. NEW YORK (AP5 - The 3- year-old division, racing's glam- or class, went into the Triple Crown series in a turmoil and nothing much was changed Sunday following the Belmont Stakes. Mrs. Ethel D. Jacobs' High Echelon won the Belmont Saturday by charging through the slop at Belmont Park for a three-quarter- length victory over Thomas F. Fleming Jr.'s Needles N Pens. The victory came with Mrs. Jacobs' Preakness-winning Personality and Kentucky Derby winner Dust Commander on the sidelines, but it was accomplished over a grueling I 1 /? miles and it put High Echelon into solid contention for the division championship. There were some observers who thought, even before Personality was withdrawn from tue Belmont, that High Echelon would be the better of the two over the added distance of the final jewel of the Triple Crown. High Echelon had closed fast to be third in the 1% -mile Derby, to be fourth in the 13-16- mile Preakness and to be fourth in the I 1 /?-mile Jersey Derby. Trainer John Jacobs still considers Personality his ace but did say before Personality was declared out of the Belmont that if High Echelon won, "I wouldn't be surprised." "I lost my ace but had a lot of faith in High Echelon," Jacobs said after the $158,750 Belmont. "He's a true distance horse and proved it today." Although there is no clear-cut 3-year-old champion at this stage, High Echelon's victory definitely proved that Jacobs has a legitimate one-two punch. Personality, who developed a minor cough on Thursday night before the Belmont, was a dis- Dust Commander is through for the summer after coming off appointing eighth in the Derby his ninth-place Preakness run after he had won the Wood Memorial, a major Derby prep. He then came back to win the Preakness and the Jersey Derby. ' The victory for High Echelon was his first in 10 starts this year but it boosted his stock considerably because it came in what many horsemen considered to be the toughest of the Triple Crown races. Raymond M. Curtis* My Dad George still remains a champion contender, although his chances were hurt by his Belmont showing. Winner of the Flamingo and Florida Derby and second in the Kentucky Derby and Preakness, My Dad George apparently did not like the sloppy track and finished fifth in the Belmont. with a sore ankle, but the Derby winner could get back into the picture with a strong showing in the weight-for-age races in the fall. The weight-for-age races also could produce a surprise champion. But the leader right now still appears to be Personality, who is expected to get back into action next month, with High Echelon next. High Echelon won the Belmont by charging through the middle of the stretch to pass Brookmea de Stable's Climber and Her-Jac Stable's Naskra inside the eighth pole and then withstand Needles N Pens. Ridden by John L. Rotz, High Echelon covered the I 1 /? miles in 2:34 for a winning mutual payoff of $11 and first money of $115,000. Needs N Pens, making his first stakes start of the year and pointed for the Belmont by Trainer Harold Goodwin, finished a neck in front of Naskra, who had a head advantage over the pace-setting Climber. Lotz Whips Lou Graham To Win Open CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) Dick Lotz, a refugee from the rabbit ranks, survived the grinding pressure down tl stretch Sunday and scored h second victory of the year, taking the title in the S 150,000 Kemper Open Golf Tournament. The 27-year-old Lotz overhauled faltering Lou Graham and coasted in with a one under-par 71 and a 72-hole total of 278. The dark, swarthy young Californian, a virtual unknown until he flashed into prominence this ' year, was 10 under par for the tournament on the 7,231-yard par 72 Quail Hollow Country Club course. Lotz, whose older brother John also plays on the tour, pushed his earnings for the year to almost $106,000 and is secorx: on the money winning list. Firsl place was worth $30,000. AND DOWN FT GOES-Dick Lotz of Graeagle, Calif., clinches his fist and lips as a birdie putt drops on the ninth hole during Sunday's f final round in the Kemper Open Golf Tourney. The putt was about 20 feet. -- (AP Wire- photo) The major league All-Star game will be played July V at night in Cincinnati's new Riverfront Stadium. GUARANTEED Jet-Air H Kraftreads (General Tire's Factory System Retreads) Fed. Tax Inc. 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