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PaicB-2 THE NBWS, Frederick, Maryland T*M«ay, Jne I. 1VI9 New York Goalies Death Called Accident By Jury MNBOLA, N.Y. (AP) - The Ntssau County Grand Jury decided Monday the death of hockey goalie Terry Sawchuk after a fracas with New York Ranger teammate Ron Stewart was "completely accidental*' and declined to indict; Stewart Dist Atty. William A. Cahn, who reported the grand jury's findings, said both Sawchuk and Stewart were drinking in a bar when an argument over the cleaning of their rented house started and they "may have been slightly intoxicated." Cahn said the case was "closed. . .so far as any further criminal investigation by this office is concerned." He said that 3 1 /? hours of testimony before the grand jury by nine witnesses, including Stewart, disclosed that it was "main- ly a verbal argument and while a lot of pushing and shoving took place at the bar and the home and although some blows may have been attempted, none was struck" by either Stewart of Sawchuk. The argument took place April 29 and the 40-year-old Sawchuk, after a fall at the house, was admitted to Long Clay Knocks Lawyer For Letter To Court WASHINGTON (AP) - The, Supreme Court was asked Monday to allow Cassius Clay to go to Canada to fight Joe Frazier, but the former heavyweight champion washed his hands of- the effort. "That's my lawyer talking and he's going to be fired Jor doing these things," Clay said in Philadelphia when word of the legal move reached him. "I don't want to fight under forced conditions," he told newsmen. Clay is free on bail while he appeals a 1967 conviction for refusing Army induction. One of MAJOR LEAGUE standings American EAST W. L. Pet. GB Baltimore 36 18 .667 -New York 31 24- .564 5V4 Boston 25 25 .500 9 Detroit 24 26 .480 10 Washington 24 28 .462 11 Cleveland 21 29 .420 13 WEST Minnesota 34 15 .694 -California 33 20 .623 3 Oakland 29 25 .537 7V4 Chicago 20 34 .370 KansasCity 19 33 .365 Milwaukee 17 36 .321 19 YESTERDAY RESULTS Milwaukee 5, Chicago 2 Only game scheduled. GAMES TODAY "" Minnesota (Kaat 5-2) at New York (Bahnsen 3-4) (N) CaliforniaC Murphy 6-5) at Baltimore (MeNally 9-3) (N) Oakland (Hunter 8-5) at Cleveland (Moore 3-4) (N) Milwaukee (Peters 0-1) at Detroit (Cain 4-2) (NO Boston (Siebert 5-2) at Chicago (Janeski 4-3) (N) Washington (Brunei 3-4) at Kansas City (Drago 3-4) (N) National EAST W. L. Pet. GB Chicago 28 21 .571 -Pittsburgh 27 28 .491 4 NewYork 26 28 .484 4'/z St. Louis 24 26 .480 4VS Philadelphia 23 29 .442 6'A Montreal 19 33 .365 lO'/z WEST Cincinnati 40 15 .727 -Atlanta..! 29 22 .569 9 Los Angeles 30 24 .556 9'/2 San Francisco ...25 30 .455 15 Houston 25 32 .41616 SanDiego^. 25 33 .431 16V2 YESTERDAY RESULTS New York 2, Houston 0 Only games scheduled. GAMES TOD AY Atlanta (Jarvis 5-3) at Philadelphia (B wining 3-6) (N) New York (Seaver 7-5) at Houston (Griffin 2-6) (N) St. Louis (Taylor 1-3) at Los Angeles (Osteen 8-4) (N) Cincinnati (Nolan 6-2) at Montreal (Moore 0-r (N) Chicago (Jenkins 5-7) at San Diego (Kirby 2-6) (P0 Pittsburgh (Blass 2-8) at San Francisco (Marichal 2-4) (N) Elm Street Field Day The First Annual Elm Street School Field 1 day was held last week at the school. FOURTH GRADE BROAD JUMP - Girls: 1. Cecil, 2. Anderson, Holler, 10'9" Boys: 1. Smith, 2. Worrell, 3. Yingling, 4. Hoffman, 11' 1" 60 YARD DASH - Girls: 1. Tie - Mohler and Stone. 3. Harris, 10.2 Boys: 1. Allen, 2. Summers, 3 Ramsburg, 4. Tie- Morrison and Bowens, 6. Tie - Swomley and Snoots, 8. Wood, 9.1 300 YARD RUN - Girls: 1. Randolph, 2 Watts, 3. Capehart, .56 Boys: 1. Smith, 2. Ber- guan, 61.1 HIGH JUMP - Girls: 1. Watts 2. Tie - Mohler, Cecil, Mohler, 3' 1" Boys: 1. Tie - Smith and Shoots, 3. Randall, 4, Wood, 5. Tie - Stockman, and McGaha, 7" 300 YARD RELAY - Boys - 1. Brandon, Bowens, Millam, Connelly. 2. Morrison, Randolph, Capehart, Allen, 3, Harris, Summers, Brubaker, Biddinger, 52 8 60 YARD HURDLES - Girls 1. Anderson, 2. Stone, 3. Bowie, 4. Brooks, 5. Tie - Geisler and Stambaugh, 10.9 Boys: 1. Houck, 2. Smith, 3. Bergman, 4. Ramsburg, 5. Hoffman, 6. Staley, 10'4" Long Jump - Girls 1. Stambaugh, 2. Long, Holly, 4. Metz, 19 'sOjj»rBALL THRO w - Girls': 1. Sappington, 2. Harris, 3. Morris, 4. Harris, 84 Boys: 1. Wood, 2. Clem, 3. Summers, 4. Rounsley, 5. Harris, 6. Griffin, 7. Snoots, 8. Hoffman, 112'9" CROSS COUNTY - Girls: 1. Randolph, 2 Capehart* 3. Toms, 4:23 Boys-1. Allen, 2. Smith, 3. Morrison, 4. Mills, 5, Bowens, 3:15 FIFTH GRADE BROAD JUMP - Girls; 1. Brady, 2. Armentrout, 3. Droneburg, 4. Jackson, 5. LaBrush, 10» Boys: 1. Wisner, 2. Wright,. 3,. Dronenburg, 4. Zimmerman, 12'4 1/2" 60 YARD DASH - Girls: 1. Schaden, 2. Stull, 3. Morrison 9.3 Boys: 1. Butler, 2. Cleaver, 3. Smith, 9.2 300 YARD RUN - Girls: 1. Williams, 2, Green, 3. Jackson, :55 Boys: 1. Morris, 2. Whims, 3. Miller, 4. Hahn, 5. Bowie, :49 HIGH JUMP - Girls; 1. Jackson, 2. Fox, 3. Huffer. 2' 10" Boys: 1. Douglas, 2.'Wright, 3. Wisner, 4. Tie - Zimmerman and Patterson, 6. Miller, 3' 7" 300 YARD RELAY - Girls: 1. Williams, Palmer,Stull,Schaden. 51.8 60 YARD HURDLES - Girls: 1. Morrison, 2. Brady, 3. Wjl- liams, 4. Brandon, 5. Green, 6. Quesenberry. 11.2. Boys - 1. Morris, 2, Whims, 3, Weed on, 4. Bowie, 5. Smith. 9.8 LONG JUMP - Girls: 1. Fox. 2. Williams, 3. Kinna, 4. Brandon. 17' 7" Boys: 1. Douglas. 2. Wright, 3. Carter. 19' 3" SOFTBALL THROW - Girls: 1. Stockman, 2. Jackson, 3. Jackson, 4. Ford, 5. Morrison. 89' 7" Boys: 1. Bowie. 2. Hahn, 3. Zimmerman, 4. Butler, 5. Rollins, 6. Patterson, 7. King. 121' CROSS COUNTY RUN - Girls: 1. Droneburg, 2. Huffer, 3. Schaden. 3:34 Boys: 1. Morris, 2. Harris, 3. Whims, 4. Miller. 3:09 SIXTH GRADE BROAD JUMP - Girls: I.John- son, 2. Hechler, 3. Capehart, 4. Tie - Gartrell, Taylor and Stone. 9' 10" Boys: 1. Hammond, 2. Randolph, 3. Morrison, 4. Tie- Palmer, Bonn, and Schmersahl. 13' 5" 60 YARD DASH - Girls: 1. Hall, 2. Stockman, 3. King, 4. Hammond. 5. Anderson. 8.3 Boys: 1. Armentrout, 2. Lake, Pettit. 8.9 300 YAED RUN - Girls; 1. Myers, 2. Rollins, 3. Williams. :53 Boys: 1. Green, 2. Bowers, 3. McGaha. :47 HIGH JUMP - Girls: 1. Johnson, 2. Stone, 3. Wilford, 4. Rollins, 3' 8" Boys; 1. Randolph, 2. McGaha, 3. Bohn, 4. Athey. 3' 10" 300 YARD RELAY - Girls: 1. Smith, King, Hall, Summers; 2. Simms, Stockman, Rollins, Posey. :43.7 Boys: 1. Palmer, Harris, Bowers, Armentrout; 2. Morrison, Palmer, Smallwood, Green. :45.7 60 YARD HURDLES - Girls: 1. Hammond, 2. Bowens, 3. Strawsburg, 4. Myers, 5. Winpigler. 10.2 Boys: 1. Worrell, 2. Fink, 3. Lake, 4. Ramsburg. 10.3 LONG JUMP - Girls: 1. Johnson, 2. Custer, 3. Hechler, 4. Rounsley. 23' 6" Boys; 1. Randolph, 2. Bowers, Palmer. 26' 10" SOFTBALL THROW - Girls: 1. Hall, Simms, Summers, Bowens. 122' 8" Boys: 1. Stone, Smith, 3. McCoy, 4. Fink, 5. Green. 146' 3" CROSS COUNTRY RUN- Girls; !. Stockman, 2. Stone, 3. Posey, 1:22 Boys: 1. Armentrout, 2. Lake, 3» McGaha. 3:01 the terms is that he may not leave the country. The ex-champion's No. 1 lawyer, Chauncey Eskridge of Chj- cago, asked the court to give Clay up to 18 hours in Toronto to fight Frazier, who now holds the crown. Eskridge said the court could pack Clay's car with U.S. marshals and that 70 per cent of the proceeds, perhaps $1 million, could be held in escrow for Clay's return. The application, made to Justice Hugo L. Black, said Clay is broke and needs the money for alimony, to keep in fighting shape and to pay legal bills. In Philadelphia, Clay, known also as Muhammad All, said he does not support the plea. "I don't know anything about it," he told reporters. Eskridge said he had not talked to Clay. "When a lawyer files an application in this court he doesn't always talk to his client," Eskridge told a reporter by telephone from Chicago. "When I made the application I did so because I had an offer for a fight in Canada. I have permission from the Canadian authorities. They will sanction the fight. "If the application is granted that is the time he will have a chance to say whether he will fight." Eskridge said Clay was "perfectly right. He hasn't authorized it I did it on my own." The lawyer agreed that if Clay formally disavows the application for freedom to travel the issue will be dead legally. Clay was stripped of his boxing title by the World Boxing Association and New York state when he was indicted. He has said several times he does not intend tn fight again. Beach Memorial Hospital, where he underwent surgery for removal of his gall bladder. Several weeks later, he was transferred to a New York City hospital, where he died May 31 of a pulmonary embolism. Cahn said that after Sawchuk and Stewart, 37, had words in a Long Beach bar, "The argument c o n t i n u e d at the home.. .and apparently Stewart fell backward over an obstacle in the yard and Sawchuk and one Ben Weiner, who had hold of Sawchuk, fell and the injuries which caused the embolism leading to the death of Sawchuk occurred." Weiner, manager of a restaurant, was identified as a friend of Sawchuk's. Cahn said that while "the exact cause of Sawchuk's injury remains unkonwn. . .there was no evidence by any of the eyewitnesses that any blows were, struck." Cahn termed Sawchuk's death "tragic, senseless, bizarre." Sawchuk, one of hockey's great goalies who played 20 seasons in the National Hockey League, and Stewart, a veteran right wing, had rented a house for the season in East Atlantic Beach, a suburb on Long Island. They were due to move out a few days, after the accident Orioles Win Benefit Game PHILADELPHIA CAP; - The Baltimore Orioles scored four times in the fourth inning and went on to beat the Philadelphia Phillies 7-4 Monday night in the 22nd annual Junior Baseball benefit game. The.Phillies' Grant Jackson gave up singles to Mark Belanger and Frank Robinson to start the fourth. Boog Powell's long double drove in Belanger for the first run, Jackson retired the next hitter, then walked three to force in two more runs. After pinch-hitter Bobby Floyd struck out, Jackson walked another for the fourth run. The Orioles added runs on a hit, sacrifice and ground out. Philadelphia, trailing 7-1, scored three times in the eighth from Vaughn Kovach. Clippers Sell Zaine To Penguins " BALTIMORE (AP) - The Baltimore Clippers announced late Monday they have sold 24- year-old center Rod Zaine to the Pittsburgh Penguins for cash and other considerations. Besides the$30,000 draft price which the Clippers will receive from the Penguins, the Baltimore American League ice hockey club will retain Zaine's minor league rights for one year and obtain a player on loan from the Pittsburgh roster for the 1970-71 season. Zaine came up through the Ottawa bantam, midget and junior circuits and played for the Canadian Nationals and the Clinton Comets before going pro this past season. His freshman campaign was marred somewhat by six weeks of inactivity due to a broken jaw he received in a Cleveland game last December. In 53 games he scored 42 points on 19 goals and 23 assists. Clippers general manager Terry Reardon said "Zaine was, subject to the minor league draft which is part of this week's program at the hockey meetings in Montreal. "We had every good reason to believe that he would be taken by one of the major league teams. Consequently, we feel we made a good deal for him." Braves Top Dodgers, 6-4 The Braves downed the Dodgers in the eighth inning 6-4 Monday in the senior Babe Ruth action. Roscoe Wood was the winning pitcher while fanning 20 and walking 14. Daryl May took the loss giving up six runs on six hits while striking out 15 and issuing four walks. Doug Knill had the big hit for the Braves a triple which drove in the winning run in the extra inning. E. Frederick R.F. Kline, which tied for the first for the first half championship, started off on the right foot by beating the Lions 6-2 as the second half began in the East Frederick Little League. Pat Snyder went the distance to pick up the win. He gave up four runs and fanned 12. Bruce Everly, who allowed all six runs in the third, gave up five hits for the Lions. Larry Main paced the winners with two hits including a double. Keith Palmer had two hits for the losers. F. F KI.IXF H i f b r a n d l f . . Bowie2h Webbrf Maincf . Duckettss.. Mutchnerlb Snydcrp McGaha 3b Ambush c.. Brown If .... Sheppard2b Padillarf Weedonl'. . . L'shman rf Myerlb nb r h hi 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 1 2 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 FSK LIONS Baggett If Rollins If White If Selby rf . . Woodrf Sclby2b . Moss cf Selbylb. Dutrowss Everly p Neel3b . Palmer . Athey rf ah r h hi 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 . 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 3 0 0 0 3 0 1 1 3 0 0 0 2 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 . 2 0 0 3 2 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 Totals 27 (i .I 1 Totals 22 2 I i KI.INE 0% 000-6 LIONS 000 nil-'J E-Kline-2, Lions-3. LOB · Kline -6. Lmns- 3. 2B-Kline-M.iin ii* H R En nnso Snyder . fi 4 2 1 1 12 Everly 6 5 6 1 3 6 American Grove easily downed Blue Ridge 8-1 in American Little League action Monday. Burt Korrrell went the distance to pick up the win on a five-hitter. He struck out ten. Korrell also had two hits along Dan Ziebel. Marc Miller led the losers with two hits. Castle. . Throne Metcalf. . . Coblentz N i k i r k . .. Ditto Shaw bMiller. . .. McKenzie... Reid . . . Main n h r h b i . 3 0 1 0 3 0 0 0 ...3 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 3 0 1 0 ...1 0 0 0 ...2 1 2 0 . . 1 0 1 0 . . 2 0 1 1 - 3 0 0 0 Grinp ab r h bi Remsburg . . . 3 1 1 0 Hutto ............ 3 2 1 0 Korrell . . . . . . . . . 2 1 2 3 Dorsey Ash'felter aRemus Ziebell Hammond . Holland ........ 2 0 1 1 Remus .......... 3 0 1 1 3 0 1 0 2 2 2 0 1 0 i 0 4 1 2 1 .3100 Totals ........... 27 1 3 1 Totals ......... 26 811 6 a-E. Remus-6th inning; b-M. Miller-Sth inning. BlurRidgo ............................ 000 010 0--1 Grnc .................................... 101 150 v-- 8 E-- Grove-1, Blue Ridge-0; 2B-- Grove -1, Holland Blue Ridge-0; 3B-Grove-l. Ziebell, Blue Ridge-Miller: SB-Grove-7, Blue Ridge- 3 ip h r or hbso Korrell (W) ................ 7 5 1 0 0 10 Kikirk(L) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 4 3 0 2 2 Miller . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 7 5 0 3 0 HBP-Dorsey hit by Miller; PB-Blue Ridge- 2. Grove-1. Baseball's annual Hall ofFame game will be played at Cooperstown, N.Y., July 27 between the Montreal Expos and Chicago White Sox. THE WHEEL OF FORTUNE--Potters Wheel, left, Angel Cordero Jr., up, wins by little but pays much to take the first race at Belmcmt Park in New York Monday. Classical, right foreground, Ron Turcotte in the saddle, was a close second and Craftsmanship, right background, jockeyed by Jorge Velasquez, came in third. Potters Wheel paid $64.20 for each $2 win wager in the six furlongs claiming race for maidens three years old and upward. (AP Wirephoto) Charles Town FIRST Bills Mad (DalRo) 21.40-7.00-S.60 Private Empire (Williams) 5.20-3.20 Final Lenr (Wilson) 6.20 SECOND BUS} Baby (Myers) 5.00-3.40-2.80 HurtFrelinRS (Johnson) 3.40-3.00 Mr.Bugg (Kratz) 3.00 DAILY DOUBLE--(9-3) Paid--590.40 THIRD Adept (Freshman) 21.20-7.80-5.60 Thurob (Johnson) 4.40-4.20 Roy (Cannon) 7.60 EXACTA--(3-2) Paid--$149.40 FOURTH Strong Rock (Worlcy) 8.80-4.40- Hope Yancey (Louviere) 6.60-5.00 Seven Coa is (Mullins) 3.80 FrfTH Weather Miss (Rivera) 4.60-3.80-3.00 Pete's Happy (Freshman) 4.80-4.00 Red Flame (Kratz) 10.40 SIXTH Sagidal (Hedge) 9.20-5.00-2.80 Amateur Hour (Hawthorne) 10.20-6.20 Warroyal (Lew is) 3.00 BIG EXACTA-(S-6) and (1-3) Paid $917.60--29 tickets SEVENTH Brown Clown (Hawthorne) 11.80-5.00-3.20 Preltj Nadie (Kloss) 4.20-4.00 Belsaeount (Thornton) 3.20 EXACTA-(4-3) Paid-S87.60 EIGHTH Mr. M. H. E. (Baker) 6.00-3.80-3.40 BitO'Nail(Wilson) 4.00-2.80 DQ-Copper's Charger (Louviere) 2.80 DQ Finished second disqualified and plac- eed third) NINTH Tide Race (Vasil) 7.80-6.60-4.80 Double Dash (Hauthornc) 8.60-5.40 RoyalThorn (Freshman) 5.20 EXACTA-C5-7)Paid-$J8.40 Attendance--3.911--Handle--$317,929 FIRST RACE Purse, den. 4V: Furlongs. JoanMalone 116 Sharrar 115 Little Goldie 110 Broken Fleet 110 LordLegent 115 Kidding Day UO Stowaway 121 , $2,100 3 4YO Mai- Danang 115 Rock' Princess...x!05 Energy Plus 115 Miss Cool Spring ..110 Emerald Coast 110 KingSultan xiw Reno Roll 115 SECOND RACE Purse, $1,500 3 4YO Maiden/Claiming, 7 Furlongs. Deacon's Queen...x 102 DoSome'Ship 114 EchoMoun' 109 ScarTissue 120 AmborWill 114 Donnie's Belle 109 Undertow 109 Senator Ed 114 King'sDotta 109 BloodFire 109 DizJr. 120 Soft Lane 109 KalaLio xll? MissProduce 109 THIRD RACE Purse, $1,500 4YO UP Claiming, 4V- Furlongs. Nimismatic xlll TropsBob 116 PrimeFacts 122 CrackBack 122 China Hand 122 Black Oro 119 Roman Moon 116 TwinkleTink Ill Game Effort 116 Big Clary xl!2 JoeHubbard 116 GreatEffort 119 HelloHuckster 119 Goya's Lady xlOS FOURTH RACE Purse, $2.000 3YO Claiming, 4V: Furlongs. PrinceTenor lie Plain Pain 112 Blueberry Road 116 Bimboham Ill a-Betty'sChoice....ll7 Maluna'sStar 117 Call the Director . .119 Magnolia Story ....115 Charging Indian ....122 Shiner 114 a-Big Demon xl!7 a-C. Brown, Jr.-P. LeBlanc-entry. FIFTH RACE Purse, $1,500 4YO UP Claiming, 6Vi Furlongs. Deal Square .... xllS GoVanGo 115 Hurry Up Porter.... 114 Beselen 109 Towmark 109 Valencia's Girl 109 MonktonDevil 120 FratBrother 114 Antidote 120 Seven Rights 109 RegalDecree 109 MissTrojan 109 Nake 109 Toothache 120 SIXTH RACE Purse, $1,800 4YO UP Fillies Mares Claiming 7 Furlongs. Mama Doc 117 Native Bird 117 Close Graze 114 KathyGray 120 Dark Ripple 114 Santa's Corner. ...120 QuarryDust 117 Pop'sPride 117 Ragtime Lady 114 Royal Honey 114 NennaMay 112 SEVENTH RACE Purse, $2,200 4YO UP Claiming, 4V: Furlongs. AirTraveler xl!7 NicePattie Ill BJ.'sLady xl!2 StrengthDeFer... 122 MuffsMuffet lllSenzano 116 Titina 117 Head'Maid Ill EIGHTH RACE Purse. $2,500 3YO Allowance 4V: Furlongs. HollieC 114 Liz Turtle 117 CluckBird xl!7 Kendra'sCall 114 HarkAMell 119 SweetThang 122 CrossHair 122 Different '..119 Houston Blanked By New York, 2-0 HOUSTON (AP) - Jim McAndrew fired a five-hitter and Art Shamsky's two-run homer provided all the runs as the New York Mets ended a five-game losing streak with a 2-0 victory over Houston Monday night. Me Andrew had only one tough inning-the seventh-when the Astros bunched three of their hits. But a double play against slugger Jimmy Wynn bailed the Mets' pitcher out of trouble. McAndrew and Houston starter Jack Billingham were matching zeros through the first five innings. Then, in the sixth, Cleon Jones singled to left with one out and Shamsky followed with his sixth home run of the year. That homer ended a string of 25 consecutive scoreless innings for Billingham and McAndrew, who had allowed only a single Koonce_ Going To Red Sox HOUSTON (AP) - Right handed reliever Cal Koonce was sold by the New York Mets Tuesday to the Boston Red Sox. Koonce, 29, had an 0-2 record in 13 appearances this year with the Mets and an earned run average of 3.50. Last season with the world champions, he was 6-3 with a 4.99 ERA. Left-handed reliever Rich Folkers was recalled from the Mets' Tidewater farm club of the International League to replace Koonce on the roster. Folkers, 23, was 3-0 at Tidewater. He missed the entire 1969 season due to a military commitment. and a walk through the first six innings. Brewers, 5; White Sox, 2 MILWAUKEE (AP) - Tommy Harper laced the first pitch for a home run and Lew Krausse scattered six hits as the Milwaukee Brewers tripped the Chicago White Sox 5-2 Monday night The Brewers wrapped it up with a four-run burst in the third inning. Russ Snyder's one-out double ignited the third inning rally. After Ted Savage walked, Mke Hegan and Ted Kubiak hit consecutive singles. Phil Roof also singled before reliever Tommy Sisk was able to get the side out. TM E Great Imperial BEST BUY IN PLEASURE 60 KING EDWARD Amirieft Ltrgni Selling Clgtr o...drterNow 117 Lady Nashua 114 Windy Hunter 119 Bun'sRascal 122 NINTH RACE Purse, *1,700 4YO UP Claiming, one mile and a sixteenth. Nat'l Decision 117 BlueSweep 115 WarLis U5 Easy To Do 117 Duke Blitz 114 Luiscito 117 Orsinet'Idol US SkellyBoy 120 k X-5 Ibs. apprentice allowance claimed. Softball Standings CHURCH LEAGUE STANDINGS Good Shepherd.......,,6 0 1.000 Walkersville Method'4 1 .800 St. John's #2............4 1 .800 Church Bre'...........4 2 .667 First Baptist..........4 2 .667 united Fres'..........4 2 .667 Tri' Uni' Meth'......4 2 .667 Evan* Lutheran.......3 2 .600 Mt. Zion Feaea'.....3 3 .500 First Church Naz'..3 3 .500 Fred' Alliance.......2 4 .333 S. E. Baptist..........2 4 .333 Jeff' Uni' C.C........1 4 .200 St. Luke's Feaga'...! 5 .167 St. John's #1......... 1 5 .167 Grace Uni' C.C......O 6 .000 THIS WEEK'S RESULTS MONDAY Good Shepherd 10, Frederick Alliance 4 Tri' Uni' Meth' 12, St. Luke's Feaga' 11 United Pres' 4, St. John's #1 2 S. E. Baptist 9, Grace Uni' C. C. 6 Church Bre' 22, First Church Naz' 0 St. John's #2 14, First Baptist 13 Mt. Zion Feaga' 15, Jeff' Uni' C. C. 11 THURSDAY Church Bre' 20,GraceUniC.C. 1 Good Shepherd 5, Walkersville Metho' 4 Evan' Lutheran 7, Fred' Alliance 0 United Pres' 1, St. Luke's Feaga' 10 Tri' Uni' Mat ho' 36, St John's #1 13 S. E. Baptist 11, First Church Naz' 10 First Baptist 8, Mt. Zion Feaga' 3 Frederick County Mowpitch Softball W L Budweiser Beer 7 1 Gold Dust Inn 7 1 Cozy Corner 6 2 National Beer 6 2 C. Oland Meitzler 4 2 Fabric Shop 5 3 Urbana Radio T.V. 5 3 State Police 4 3 National Guard 3 5 Aero-Jet Gen, Corp. 2 6 H. J. Zimmerman 2 6 AT T 1 6 Independent Hose Co. 1 7 Shepley's Inc. . 1 7 Last Week's Results Budweiser Beer 9, Cozy Corner 2 C. Oland Meitzler 10, Fabric Shop 4. Gold Dust Inn 20, Shepley's Inc. 6 Budweiser Beer 13, Fabric Shop 4 National Beer 18, Shepley's Inc. 5 State Police 8, H. J. Zimmerman 4. H. J. Zimmerman 14, Independent Hose Co. 13. National Beer 18, Urbana Radio T.V. 12. C. Oland Meitzler 5, Urbana Radio T.V. 1. State Police 11, Aero-Jet Gen. Corp. 2. AT T 11, Independent Hose Co. 5. Gold Dust Inn 24, AT T 3 Cozy Corner 24, National Guard 13. Aero-Jet Gen. Corp. 12, National Guard 8. Minor League Automotive Industrial 9-7-3 Farmers Co-Op 3-6-2 Donnie Pole and Smith; Grossnickle, Barger and Williams. 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_ piusTnitallation Frigiking Division, Cummins Engine Co.. Inc. I BILL * EARL'S . 420 I East Patrick ~ Phone 662-5941 THRIFTY AUTO SERVICE CENTER EWSPAPERl iWSPAPERI

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