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P»S«B-2 THE NEWS, Frederick, Maryland 1SN Major League Roundup Chisox Stop Yanks. 4-3 In 12th NEW YORK (AP) - Tom IfcCraw, who had hammered a two-run homer earlier, doubled and came around to score Chicago*s winning run In the I2tti toning as the White Sox edged the New York Yankees 4-3 Sunday before a Bat Day crowd of some 66,MO fans- largest in the majors in five years. MeCraw opetfed the 12ft ·gainst loser Lindy McDaniel with a ground rule double and then came in when Bobby Knoopbeat out an infield single and second baseman Horace Clarke let the ball get away for an error. It was Clarke's leadoff homer in the eighth that tied the game at 3-3 against Chicago starter Tommy John. Wilbur Wood took over for John in the 10th and worked three scoreless innings to earn the victory. The White Sox overcame a 2-0' deficit in the seventh on McCraw's two-run homer and a solo shot by Ken Berry, but New York tied the game in the eighth on Clarke's leadoff homer. Athletics 5; Tigers, 2 OAKLAND (AP) - Frank ernandez' ninth inning leadoff homer tied the score and then Joe Rudi delivered a pinch hit, three-run homer lifting Oaklnad to a 5-2 victory over Detroit Sunday. ·. Fernandez* shot, his sixth of the year, knotted the game at 3-3 against loser Mickey Lolich. Junior League R H E Eastview . 3-1-5 Harmony 13-9-1 Burgee, Phefes, Stevens: Delauter, Weddle and Martin. HR- Martin(H) Then Rfek MXid* walked and both runners were safe when Al Kalii* fumbled Dick Green's attempted sacrifice, Then Rudi ripped hie winning homer. Indians 6; Angels, 4 ANAHEIM (AP) - Rookies Jack Heidemann and Rich Hand teamed up Sunday to lead the Cleveland Indiana to a 6-4 victory over the California Angels. Heidemann, a first year shortstop, hammered a bases- loaded double in the eighth, snapping a 2-2 tie and giving Hand his first major league victory. Hand, who had dropped four straight games, went 8 2-3 innings. His main problem was Angel shortstop Jim Fregosi who accounted for two California runs with his sixth and seventh home runs of the season. Ken McMullen added a two-run homer in the ninth. Red Sox 7-5; Royals, 4-2 BOSTON (AP) - Rico Petrocelli walloped a grand slam home run in the bottom of the eighth inning that gave Boston a 5-2 victory over Kansas City in the second game and a sweep of their Sunday doubleheader. Ton Conigliaro drove in three runs with three singles in the Red Sox* 7-4 game victory. In the opener, the Red Sox broke a 4-4 tie with a pair of unearned runs in the sixth. Reliever TomBurgmeirer's double error on a bunt set up the rally and Reggie Smith's sacrifice fly and Conigliaro's third hit brought in the runs. Pat Kelly and Hack Hernandez each tagged two-run homers for the Royals. MAJOR LEAGUE standings American National Baltimore New York Boston Detroit Washington Cleveland ... Minnesota California Oakland Chicago Kansas City Milwaukee bast W. L. Pet. 36 18 .667 31 24 .564 25 25 .500 24 26 .480 24 28 .462 21 29 .420 West 34 15 .694 33 20 .623 29 25 .537 20 33 .377 19 33 .365 16 36 .308 G.B. 9 10 11 13 16 19'/2 YESTERDAY RESULTS Baltimore 7, Milwaukee 6 Chicago 4, New York 3 Minnesota 10, Washington 9 Oakland 5, Detroit 2 Cleveland 6, California 4 Boston 7-5, Kansas City 4-2 GAMES TODAY* Chicago (Johnson 0-1) at Milwaukee (Krausse 3-8) Night Chicago Pittsburgh St Louis New York Philadelphia Montreal Cincinnati Atlanta Los Angeles S Francisco Houston San Diego W. L. 28 21 27 28 24 26 25 28 23 29 19 33 West 40 15 29 22 30 24 25 30 25 31 25 33 Pet. G.B. .571 -.491 4 4% 5 .480 .472 .442 6»/2 .365 10/2 .727 -.569 9 .556 9A .455 15 .446 15V 2 .431 16Vz YESTERDAY RESULTS Philadelphia 10, Houston 3 Cincinnati 10, New York 2 Montreal 10, Atlanta 1 St. Louis 10, San fiiego 7 Pittsburgh 3, Los Angeles 1 Chicago 8, San Francisco 4 GAMES TODAY New York- (McAndrew -14) at Houston (Billineham 3-0 Nieht uniy games scheduled Phillies 10;. Astros, 3 HOUSTON CAP) - Byron Browne slugged a homer and a two-run triple and Deron Johnson crashed a three-run homer Sunday at the Philadelphia Phillies ripped the Houston Astros 10-3. Southpaw Woodie Fryman fired a 8i*hitter for his fourth victory while Larry Dierker, on a weekend pass from the Army saw his record topple to 8-6. Fryman singled and Taylor doubled to ignite the Phils* three-run third. Denny Doyle's sacrifice fly drove in one run while Stone's double and Larry Hisle's single accounted for the other two. Cardinals 10; Padres, 7 ST. LOUB (AP) - A seven- run seventh inning in which pinch-batter Vic Davalillo had _ record-tying two hits aand Leron Lee delivered a two-run pinch- hit double, carried the St. Louis Carinals from behind for a 10-~ victory Sunday over the San Diego Padres. San Diego used four pitchers in the seventh, with Ron Herbel the loser after successive singles by Davalillo, Lou Broc and Jose Cardenal had scored the first run of the frame. Herbel then walked Rich Allen and gave up a two-run double by Joe MSL (Continued From Pg. B-l) Ron Whip packed the winners with three hits and a run scored Fleetwood and Cooper had two hits each. Corden had two hits for the losers. Seaton took the loss. He gave up three runs in the fifth. Germantown. . 300 000 000-3 Brunswick. . . 000 030 001--4 Seaton and Ethridge; Axline, Donovan (5), Cooper (8) and Dixon. Lucketts, 6; New Market, 3 NEW MARKET -- The Luc ketts won their first game of th year beating New Market, 6-3 in an MSL upset Sunday. The Lucketts broke on top with a run in the first, added three more in the third and a solo run in the fourth and eighth to win. Carlton Williams went the distance to pick up the victory He walked two and struckout two. Denny Potts and Sonny Blank paced the winners with two hits each. Blank drove in two runs Mike Shores helped out Luc ketts with a solo homer in the eighth. Buddy Burgee took the loss He went the first seven innings gave up eight hits, four walks and five of the six runs. Ron Hart finished up. Hart, Bob Clark, Rick McQulP len and Rich Hemp all had doubles for the losers. Hemp drove in two runs. Lucketts 103 100 010-6 New Market - 002 010 000-3 Williams and Shores, Burgee Hart and Clark. Charles Town \ FIRST IUCE Purse, »2,100 2YO Maid, 'en, 4'A Furlongs. SweetiInnocent...115 Spincf Sue xllfr Val'sEmBess 115 PnvateEmpire...118 Daddy Rabbit 118 LastEcho xl!3 NailltHop 115 BadOIePainmy...llS Merrylite 115 Final Lene u» Instrumen"Miss....115 BillsMad 118 Eves Playboy 115 Tana 115 SECOND RACE Purse, 81,500 3 4YO Maiden/Claiming, 6': Furlongs. ProudPat' 117 Brandon Mint.. .114 Busy Baby 117 Black Mint 122 Tour'Christy 109 Cold Blast x!09 HurtFeelings.. . 114 Mr Bugg 114 GraceR 117 She's A Doc 117 Legal Dolly \U2 Ocean'sReward...ll4 Tory Landing 114 Ima 109 THIRD RACE Purse, S2.100 2YO Maiden, 4 jFurlongs. GiVGlance 118 Thurob 118 Adept 118 Arizona Outlaw....118 Cheatem 118 FavoriteJoy xllO Roy 118 GreatGenevieve..lli Parisian Style 118 Gala Dress Ill Can He Make It 118 Joe Did 118 ImpatientLady 115 Wooden Lady US FOURTH RACE Pars*. *1,5«0 3YO Claim ing. 4": Furlongs. So Luminous.. .x!04 WynWydTywdd.,109 Caro'Fran 112 Bourbelle 109 Bell Valley 115 Abie'sRebel 114 StrongRock .... xllo Chaste Star 120 HopeYancey 109 Fast A! 114 Muratus 114 TakeABow 11^ Restless Bunny.. ..114 Seven Coats 112 FIFTH RACE Purse. $1,500 4YO UP Claiming. 4"? Furlongs. PrimeNorth 116 WeeNymph x!06 Billy Metier xlll Walkie 119 F rendi Cuisine . x!06 WeatherMiss ....117 Pete'sHappy .. ..Ill SuePnamMiss....lll MisterMinor 116 Red Flame 116 BigLaw 116 Bandy 119 CHARLES JOHN'S All Hew In 70 TM mMt »M«Kiiln CMMMVM in racing ka* k*tn CWWMM M tlhMHf CMrtt Town tar tlw 1*70 ipriftc MMttMt. With MiMi tar imrt HIM 1MO, nM HHT* tkM N* cMr MM*, it »n*Mn unpreeMMM K- iHiiit in «ir uMitiMtd cMrfwt. AM lni t» TMRI'S rfcntlj track in thit (rat Racing Nightly Telephone M4-725-7M1 rOC nViOfflMttWt MM RCMfltfltNMtS CliMfes Town, Weil Virginia I* C POST TIME 7: IS EXACTA I i i 9 I · Sugar Pop 116 Hobby's Joy 114 SIXTH RACE Purse. $1,500 4YO UP Claiming, 7 Furlongs. Sagidal 115 CountDeFer 117 Amateur Hour xl!2 Earl's Pride 120 HickoryGem 117 Nottoway 114 Wai-royal 117 Jay Lick 120 Roman Deb 112 JustShined 120 Captain Hanniganxl09 Beselen 10E Kath'Khobar 115 ModelExam 115 SEVENTH RACE Purse, $2,200 4YO UP Claiming, 7 Furlongs. Mr.F.M 114 LovmgSam Ill Busy Roman 114 Pretty Nadie 109 BrownClown x!09 Lock Step 122 Belsacoum 122 Ribodor 122 FlashyTiger 114 Go Big 114 Tillancye 122 LegalPatter 109 EIGHTH RACE Purse. $2,700 4YO i UP \llnwancp.6 1 : Furlongs. Dr E.L 116 Round John 116 Quirock 116 Mr.M.H.E 116 BitO'Naii 114 Tetraion 116 MercerAir 116 Rock Cast lie a-Copper'sChar' ...116 Surtanus xlll Headstrong Maid .111 TrapRoad.... ......122 NobleWave Ill a-Mare'sSyn' Ill a-DoyleStanditer-B.Cochran-entry. \I\TH RACE Purse, $1,500 4YO UP Claiming. 7 Furlongs. Annee'sUnk . . . 120 Orsin'Idol 115 Vigo'sSlipper 114 Tide Race 117 BenFella 117 TopazeKing 11? HighSod 120 Double Dash x!09 GoBabuGo . ... x!09 Brandish 114 MonktonDevil . . .117 RoyalThorn 11 MoyaoneRe'.. . .120 Dango 115 X-51bs apprentice-allowance claimed. SEVENTH"."'$2.500, Allowance. SYO. 4'iFurlongs LadyDnrrl} (Wilmr-r) 1.00-3.20-2.10 Barbara A. (Wilson) 10.10-3.SO YouCanRunlHrrtcO 3.00 EIGHTH, $2,000. Claiming. 4YO ft UP. 6'/4 Furlongs. Kin*-Whig (Grove) 7.20-1.00-3 to Happy Will (Sielrr) 5.HO-3.80 Vkkie's Bunny (Drpalo) 3.10 EXACTA-(S-2) PAID-S500 NINTH. $4,700. Handicap, 3YO, 6'/4 Furlongs. C»tThfDrck(I.p»-is) «.«0-I.20-2.W) OpeningNighl (Guslincs) 7.20-3.SO Nashrordia (NirhoNon) 3.20 TENTH, $1,608, Claiming, 4YO UP 1 If 16 Miles. Flaming Urui-(Va«iil) B.JO-3.1W-3.on Men Chips (Winner) 5.MM.IO Came Point (Gallrgos) fi no EXACTA-«.3) PAID- $30.80 ATTENDANrF.-X.fl05 IMNDI.F- 1T77.IC3. tori*. When T«d Simmons, who hit a two-run homer earlier, f itv gled, Allen scored the tying run. Carl Taylor hit into a double play for the first out jot the inning and, after Julian Javier walked, southpaw Dave Roberts replaced Herbel to face Lee, a lefthanded hitter batting for Dal Btevill. Lee doubled into the left-field corner, scoring Torre and Javier for a 9-7 lead. Then Lee scored on Davalillo*s second hit, a single to center. Expos 10; Braves, 1 ATLANTA tAF) - Bob Bailey rapped two home runs anc Coco Laboy one Sunday as the Montreal Expos completed a sweep of a three-game series over Atlanta 10-1. The Expos, who had lost 11 in a row before this series, pounded out 15 hits off Atlanta pitching to back right-hander Carl Morton, 5-3, who scattered 10 hits and allowed an unearned run in the sixth. Each Montreal starter hit safely and Morton helped himself with two singles. Jim Gosger had three singles. The Braves had won 14 of 16 home games before the sweep. Reds 70; Mets, 2 CINCINNATI (AP)- Johnny Bench and Lee May crashed home runs and Cincinnati's rampaging Reds walloped the Englehorn Edges Mann LUTHERVILLE, Md. (AP) Shirley Englehorn won her third straight Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) tournament Sunday by winning the Lady Carling Open at Pine ridge Golf Course by one stroke. Miss Englehorn posted a one- under-par 71 to. beat hometown favorite Carol Mann out of first place money of $3,375. Miss Mann shot 72 after sharing the 36-herte lead with Miss Englehorn. Kathy Whitworth was a distant third at 217, seven shots behind the winner. New York Hats 10-2 Sunday at rookie Wayne Simpson won his eighth game. May connected in the second inning, giving the Reds a 1-0 edge and, after the Mat* tied it to the third, Bench unloaded his 18th of the year- a three-run shot that barely made it against the left fieW screen, Cubs 8; Giants 4 CHICAGO (AP) - Bflly Williams' tie-breaking single in the seventh inning followed by Jim Hickman's homer sent the Chicago Cubs to an 8-4 victory over the San Francisco Giants Sunday in a game featuring eight home runs. Johnny r*»n«*m, Williams and' Jack Hlatt all homered for the Cubs in the fourth Inning and Cleo James hit one in the eighth while Willie Mays, Dick Diets and rookie Alan Gallagher connected for the Giants. Pirates 3; Dodgers. 1 PITTSBURGH (AP) -- Littte Freddie Patek cracked a two- run triple and Big Bob Veale stopped Los Angeles on four hits as the Pittsburgh Pirates defeated the Dodgers 3-1 Sunday for their third victory in a row. Veale, who evened his record at 5-5, was hooked up in a pitching duel with Alan Foster until the Pirates unloaded for their three runs in the fifth. Bob Robertson opened the inning with a single and Manny Snguillen drilled a ground rule double into the vines at the wall in left center. With one out, the 5-fooM Patek boomed a triple to left center for two runs. FIRST OUT OF TWIN KILLING-Los Angeles shortstop Maury WUls (30) is forced out atsec- ond on Manny Mota bouncer that ended the Dodgers sixth inning effort in a double play against Pirates Sunday afternoon. Ball was scooped up by Pirates Bill Mazeroski (9), who flipped to shortstop Fred Patek, who fires ball toward first for the second out. Pirates won it 3-1XAP Wirephoto) Softball Freeman Shoe, 10; Wccdsboro, 6 WOODSBORO - Freeman Shoe defeated Woodsboro 10-6 in Frederick-Carroll County softball. Wayne Lingg was the winning pitcher. Gary Ridenhour had five hits for Freeman including two doubles. Freeman-10-16-5 Woodsboro 6-14-3 Lingg and Miller; Linton and Crum Brazil Downs England In World Cup Soccer Play GUADALAJARA (AP) - Brazil beat reigning champion England 1-0 Sunday in the key match of the 1970 World Cup soccer series. The halftime score was 0-0. The goal came in the 60th minute from Jairzinho, Brazil's right wing shooting star. England paid heavily for a series of lapses in their front line which in ordinary circumstances should' have given them the game. The match fell short of its billing as the contest of the century, but nonetheless provided enthralling entertainment for the 70,000 crowd in Guadalajara's Jalisco Stadium. " - The result means England must defeat Czechoslovakia in the final match of the Group three preliminaries to get a place in the quarter-finals. In the other three matches Sunday, Mexico wiped out El Salvador 4-0 in Group One, at Mexico City, Israel and Sweden played to a 1-1 tie at Toluca in Group Two, and West Germany hammered Bulgaria 5-2 in Group Four at Leon. The Brazil-England match was a contest between the attacking brilliance of Brazil and England's solid defensive system. In effect, the English with Bobby Moore and Brian Labone Miss Cowan Ties Record As FTC Wins Olympics BALTIMORE - Cindy Cowan of the Frederick Track and Field Club equalled the National Junior Olympic record in the 14-15 year - old age group in the 100 yard dash as Frederick again won the Junior Olympic meet Saturday at Overlea High School. She ran the distance in 11 seconds flat to give Frederick its sixth girls junior Olympic record. Miss Cowan also won the long jump and anchored the winning 440 yard relay team with a come from behind stretch run. Frederick won the title by one point, 78-77, over Easterwood who won the boys division, ft was the 14th straight win for the local club. FTC trailed by 13 points with only two events left on the 32 event program. But Fatty Cornish won the standing broad jump with a leap of 6»5 1/2" and Cheryl Porier, Tina Leatherman and Emily Mauzy finished 1-2-3 in the running long jump to give Frederick the title. In the senior division the area team won every first place. Sara Cochran took the 100 yard dash. Kethy Kuyk the 880 run, Ann Poffenbarger the long jump and Carla Corristan joined these three to win the 440 relay. Miss Kuyt's time of 2:25.8 in the half mile was fast enough to qualify her for the National AAU Championships in Los Angeles July 1-5. The junior division, in which Miss Cowan broke the record, also won all first places. The juniors also managed to capture every event. Miss Cowan whose national 100 yd. dash time Is shared by Paulette Smith of Topeka, Kansas, Rene Bowen of the Pacific Northwest Association and Jouce Tenker of Miami, Fla. led the group with her dash and long jump victory. Natalie Klein established a meet record in the 8 Ib. shot with a 32'11" put. Cecelie Boynton fin- shed in second also bettering the meet record. Cecelia joined Ellyn Cornish and Darlene Young along with Miss Cowan to win the 440 re- ay. The 12-13 year olds picked up a fourth in the 75 yd. dash as ina Leatherman ran the distance in 9.2 seconds. Miss Lea- herman, Moana Smith, Emily Mauz and Cheryl Poirier placed econd in the 440 relay with 4.3 sec. Patty Cornish, the only eleven and under entry for Frederick inished fifth in the 50 yd. dash at 6.9 sec. and won the long jump. Charles Cornish finished fourth in the senior mile run with his best ever for the distance at 4:37.5 sec. Charles Klein won the 8 Ib. shot with a meet record of 54* 2 3/4" to better the meet record established by another Frederick youth in 1963 of 53'7 1/2".' Next Saturday the older girls will defend their outdoor South Atlantic AAU title for the 12th consecutive year. The meet will be held at John Hopkins University. Ellyn Cornish will be shooting for the mile and the half mile meet records. TEAM STANDINGS BOYS- Easterwood,93;Westside, 62; Dulaney, 16; Herford, 10; McKim Center, 8; Frederick, 5; Kenwood, 5; Ovsrlea, 4; ParRville, 4; Churchill, 3; Oilman, 3; Deep Creek, 3; Lexington Terrace, 3; Hawks, 2; Hanlon Park, 2; Towson, 1. GIRLS MIDGET 50 YD. DASH - 1, Gail Pierce, West.; 2, Clark, East; 3, Higgins, West. T-6.7 STANDING JUMP - 1, Patty Cornish, Fred.; 2, Kathy Keefer, Deep; K. JakielsM, Deep. D-6-5. BASEBALL THROW -- 1, M. Christian, Hawks; 2, F. Pittman, C. H.; 3, T. Motley, East. D- 179y s . 440 RELAY - 1, Est. (Clark, Higgins, Washington, Tuggle); 2, Deep; 3, Hawks. T-59.09. GIRLS JUNIOR 75 YD. DASH - 1, Clark, East.; 2, Dolene Shird, East.; 3, Johnson, West.T--8.9. RUNNING JUMP -- 1, C. Poirier, Fred.; 2, T. Leatherman, Fred.; 3, E. Mauzy, Fred. D-14-10. 440 RELAY - 1, East (S. Clark. K. Jones, D. Shird, R. Tuggle); 2, Fred. T- 53.4. BASEBALL THROW - 1, D. Braxton, East.; 2, G. Chapman, C. H. ; 3, L. Young, East. D~ 176.0. GIRLS INTERMEDIATE 110 YD. DASH - 1, Cindy Cowan, Fred.; 2, S. Tiggle, East.; 3, S. Frederick, McKim. T- Stamp out the high cost of cooling . . . install a Frigiking in your car! Engineered better to give you the finest cooling performance and rugged dependability. There's a Custom or Universal unit for you car. Immediate installation. For as little as: *159 50 plus installation BILL A EARL'S K ·»·. .^la^Bii^Bk. .^1--i ipnnnnr Frigiking Division, Cummins Engine Co.. Inc. 420 East Patrick Phone 662-5941 THRIFTY AUTO SERVICE CENTER 11.0 RUNNING JUMP - 1, C. Cowan, Fred.; 2, L. Wortham, East.; 3, G. Higgins, East. D- 1*4. SHOTPUT - 1, Natalie Klein, Fred.; 2, Cecilia Boynton, Fred.; 3, Lynette Wortham, East. D- 32-11. 440 RELAY - 1, Fred. (C. Cowan, E. Cornis, C. Boynton, D. Young); 2, East.; 3, McKim. ·I*""" w7«v» GIRLS SENIOR 100 YD. DASH - 1, S. Cochram, Fred.; 2, C. Jones, East.; 3, V. Jones, East. T-12.02. 880 - 1, K. Kuyk, Fred.; 2, A. Poffenbagger, Fred.; 3, C. Corristian, Fred. -- T - 2:24.8 RUNNING JUMP - 1, A. Pof- fenbagger, 2, V. Jones East.; 3, A. Stocks, East. -- D-15 3 / 4 . SHOTPUT - l, Velda Jones, East.; 2, Alberta Stocks, East.; 3, Kathy Kuyk, Fred. D-30.6. 440 RELAY - 1, Fred. (A. Poffenbagger, S. Cochran, K. Kuyk, C. Christian). 2, East T-50.0. in** rock-like form, could count its job well done in holding the Brazilians to a single goal. But the England forward line opposed by a Brazilian defense with no deficiencies failed to take a whole series of scoring chances. -j The Israel-Sweden tie pacti* cally killed the hopes of both teams to qualify for the qua£- ter-finals. ' Babe Ruth Dairy Maid beat Grove on a combined five-hit pitching effort by Hess and Ricketts in Babe Ruth action Saturday. ," Hess started for the winners working the first 6 2/3 innings before being relieved. Hess gave up no runs on four hits while walking six and striking two oufj Bill Hammond led Dairy Maid at the plate with two hits includ* ing a double. Bud Davis added a triple and Wayne fficketfc cracked a double. Zieben took the loss allowing three runs on six hits in four frames on the mound. ; Jesse Dorsey had the hot bft for Grove collecting two of the five hits off Dairy Maid. EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY % TO EARN $6,000 tO $15,000 A YEAR" RAISING CHINCHILLAS IF YOU QUALIFY. We are only placing a limited amount." of ranchers in this area. For full details write giving age n rSSSh-n 011 1 nd P h ° ne ;J°: Imperial Chinchilla, Inc., P. O. Box 135 Elwood, Nebraska 68937 ' " Forget The Heat. Relax In The Cod Of This 3 Speed Blower With 4 Way Louvers. JUPITER 111 ; 289 95 Includes Installation Air Conditioned To Fit All Makes and Models BEAT THE HEAT WAVE , FINANCING AVAILABLE INEWSPAPERif SFAPERl

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