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: rt .Jg£ *£' ·XS -2 -*^.*Vf* * * * Cadets, Patriots Make The Football Scene Photo by Nelson Brooks THK NEWS. Frederick, Maryland Page B-l Friday, September 8, 1967 FrederickOpens Twins Drop Birds, Take Over 1st Area Grid Slate Against Glenelg Frederick High School opens its 1967 football season tonight, taking on Glenelg at Thomas Johnson. Gametime is 8 p.m. The Cadets, who had a 9-1 record iast year, will be opening its second and last season under Roy Comer. Comer was named Wednesday as supervisor of physical education for county schools, and will give I'D coaching duties at the end of this season, Glenelg had a 6-4 season last year, but have been hard-pressed recently in getting enough boys to practice. The schoo' is in a rural area Bays' GM Sets Trip To Europe BALTIMORE ( A P ) -- The general manager of the Baltimore Bays will go to Europe shortly after the windup game in Oakland, Calif.. Saturday for the National Professional Soccer League championship. General Manager dive Toye, a native of England, is expected to try and find a successor to coach Doug Millward, whose f i r i n g was announced Monday. Toye also is expected to search for new players during his European visit. Toye, contradicting some rumors that the team would not I'ave a coach next vear. said the team definitely would have a coach He ha" ruled out Dennis Viollet, present assistant coach, because the 32-year-old Englishman still is able to make valuable contributions on the playing field Record Field Joins JUNCTION CITY, Ore. A P ) -- A record field of 39 touring professionals, i n c l u d i n g World Series of Golf winner Kathv Whitworth, will tee off today in the Pacific Ladies Classic. Continued warm weather in the drought plagued Pacific Northwest and a chance of high winds threatened to send scores climbini on the 5. 725-yard course at Shadow Hills Country C l u b . Competition w i l l be reduced lo ~'2 holes this year from the 11 !;oie.s piaved in the f i v e past iournament.s. of Howard County and most boys en the team spend the late summer gathering the harvest on family farms. Glenel? will be using Woody Merkle, a halfback last year, at the quarterback spot, and have an excellent lineman in Dan Sroemaker, a 5-10 210- pounder. Frederick will start Petey Cooper, a 5-10. 165-pound junior, at the quarterback spot. Cooper impressed the coaches with his ability to mix the passing and running game in pre-season drills. He will be backed up by Earl Main, a returnee from last year "·ho is regarded as an excellent running quarterback, and Gary O'Bryan, a senior out for his first season of football. O'Bryan is the strongest pas- of the three, who have been ' f i g h t i n g for the spot vacated by Jeff Freland, who gained 1,500 vards total offense last season for the Cadets and threw 20 touchdown passes. The Cadets have moved Stan Biggus. a lineman last year, t j the fullback spot, and will probably use John Sherman in the backfield with Cooper and Higgus. At the ends for the Cadets will be Ronny Proctor and ('buck Foreman, both juniors. 1'roctor is the shorter of the iwo, and a good blocker. Fore- .nan is taller and quicker. The key interior offensive lineman w i l l be Richard Theis. a 1HO - pounder who has impress-' ed the coaches with his blocking nd speed. Most of the same stalwarts w i l l go on defense lor Frederick, wi'li Sherman regarded as MIC of the top defensive backs in the league and Biggus mov- ii.g back to the line, as middle ixuard, the position be played bst vear. The game is the onlv one loc a l l v , w i t h Thomas Johnson, the nther area high school, off until MI xt week. The Patriots will also open against Glenelg. In other Tn - State action tonight. Handlev travels to Marl i n s b u r g ; North Hagerstown opens its season at Chambersburg and Westminster opens at Gettysburg. Satur lay. South Hagerstown i^ at Waynesboro in a key league f a m e ADVANCES IN FOREST HILLS TOURNEY-Ann Haydon Jones of England hits a forehand shot in her quarter f i n a l match against Peaches Bartkowicz of L'amtramck Mich., in Of A's-Finley Dispute AP Wire-photo the women's single,; of the National Tennis Championships at Forest Hills. Mrs. Jones won 7-5, 2 6, 0-1. Eckert Sets Probe BALTIMORE (AP) -- Tony Oliva drilled a tie-breaking double in the eighth inning and scored on Bet) Allison's single, carrying the Minnesota Twins past Baltimore 4-2 Thursday and sending them into sole possession of first place in the 1 American League pennant scramble. Dean Chance stopped the Ori- o'es on seventh hits for his 18th , victory of the season as the Twins broke a first-place tie 1 vith the idle Chicago White Sox and remained one percentage point ahead of the Boston Red Sox, who moved into the second spot by defeating New York 3-1. ! ; The Twins, White Sox, Red Sox and Detroit Tigers--who also were idle Thursday--had started the day in a virtual four- wav deadlock for the lead. Cesar Tovar started the Twins' winning rally in the eighth with a lead-off triple against rookie Jim Hardin. After Harmon Killebrew struck | out. Oliva doubled to left, scor- /ig Tovar to break a 2-2 tie. Oliva took third on a passed ball and Allison followed with a run-scoring single to right. , Singles by Zoilo Versalles,, Chance and Ted Uhlaender h a d ! accounted for the tying run in the fifth. The Orioles took a 1-0 lead in the second on an error by Versalles and singles by Dave Johnson and Larry Haney. Killebrew smashed his 36th homer in the fourth, but Baltimore regained the lead in the bottom of the inning on Brooks Robinson's 20th homer. The victory boosted Chance's season mark to 18-11 while Hardin, W!K had won his previous four starts, slipped to 5-2 overall. MINNESOTA BALTIMORE ab r h bl ab r h bi Uh!arr,dr c f 5 0 2 1 A o n r i c i o SS 4 0 0 0 Tovar 3b Khlcbrew Ib Oliva rf Allison If Va'dspmo If C a r c w 2b Zimrman c AFL Opens Season Sunday While NFL Sets Tuneups Major League] STANDINGS National League American League St. Louis S'an Fran. Chicago C i n c i n n a t i Phila'phia Atlanta Pittsburgh Los W. «8 7fi 7H 7,~ 71 72 70 L. fit; :r f7 48 71 75 86 8f Pet. C;.B. . 124 :f:i H'.. .542 1 1 ' ..".(( 12' l.V 15' .514 .514 ,4)2 . 4 w 18 2P-, Angeles 53 Houston 55 New York 53 YESTERDAY'S RESULTS San Francisco :i, Houston 2, 15 mnings St. Louis :), New York 2 Cincinnati 3, Philadelphia 1 Pittsburgh 4, A t l a n t a 2 Chicago 3, I-os Angeles 2, i 2 innings GAMES TODAY Cincinnati (Queen 12-6 and Ellis 7-10) at New York (Seaver 12-12 and Frisella 1-3) (. twin i g h t ) Atlanta (Carroll 6-10) at Philadelphia (Wise 8-10) (N) St. IxMiis (Hughes 14-5) at Pittsburgh (Veale 15-7) (N) Houston (Wilson JO-9 or Cuellar 12-11 at I,os Angeles (Sut ton 9-14) (N) Chicago (Niekro 8-6) at San Francisco (Sadeeki 7-?) ( N VV. L. Pet. ( J . B . M i n n e s o t a 79 61 564 -Boston 80 62 ..", :.i -Chicago 78 61 ,5(il ' L . Uetroit 7!) 62 .560 ' a C a l i f o r n i a 72 67 .518 0 ' 2 Washington "6 74 .471 13 Cleveland 65 76 .46 14'2 I'.altimore 62 76 .449 16 New York 62 79 .440 17'; Kansas City 57 82 .410 21'2 YESTERDAY'S RESULTS Minnesota 4, Baltimore 2 Boston 3, New York 1 Only games scheduled GAMES TODAY Detroit (Lolich 9-12) at Chica- 1,0 (John 1-9) ( N ) Kansas City (Odorn 3-7) at Cleveland (Williams 5-3) (N) California (Clark 10-10) at Washington Ortega 9-7) (N) Minnesota (Merritt 11-4 and '.'erry 7-6) at Baltimore (Bra- hender 4-3 and Pnoebus 11-8) (2, I w i - n i g h t ) Now YorV (Monbouquette 3-4) ,tt Boston (Stange 8-9) (N) NEW YORK ( A P ) -- The dispute involving Kansas City owner Charles O. Finley and the Athletic-;' players will be aired Monday in the office of Baseball Commissioner W i l l i a m D. Eckert. it was announced Thursday. In a terse statement, Eckert said, "Monday Sept. 11, has been set as the date of the meeting w i t h represent at i ve.s involved in the Kansas City A's ,'iianagement-playeT situation." The h'-arint; had been request- i d by Finley and the A's players, t h e latter through M a r v i n M i l l e r , r x e c u t i v e director of t h r M a j o r League Baseball Players Association. Finley. Miller and pitcher Jack Aker, the A's p l a y e r repre- s e n t a t u r . are among those ex- i ected to meet w i t h Eckert The request for a hearing by the p!a\ers was made on Aug. J4 after the dispute had resulted in the f i r i n g of Manager A' D a r k , the release of first base- man-outlielder Ken Harrelson plus the f i r i n g of Aker and Lew Xrausse. another pitcher. The dispute was t h o u g h t to have been touched off in mid- · w h e n Finley suspended and f i n e d Krause for an alleged incident aboard an air- i / l a n e . The players, in a s t a t e - ii-.ent. contended t h a t the inci- tient had been overplayed, sup- ··orted Park and criticized Fm!cy for u n d e r m i n i n g team mor- The S p ( r t i n g N e w s , however -.aid Thursday it had been told l\v an u n i d e n t i f i e d major league i-fficial that Fmley's troubles with his players began when one ot the players fired two shots Irom a '',8-caliber revolver out of .1 Kansas City hotel room in .'une. The · ' I f i c i a l said the player DChanco Totals Minnesota Baltimore w a s "very ll.e ..hols." high" w h e n he fired IM H ir y ,' A 8 , 5 4 1 GENERAL TRANSMISSIONS OF FREDERICK 120 Kast Patrick Across l-"rom Potomac Kdison WORLD'S I'.VSIKST CKOWIMi TRANSMISSION SIIO,' Slipping Leaking Fluid Hand A d j . $1.50 Seal Jol $2!).«).- O V K R H A l I , S«.-,.00 Includes Lnhor. Fluid, Hands, O'rintfs, Seals, (iaskets Kree Touinp Free Road Test Lifetime Warranty Available K 7 ItudgH Plans --Business Hours-Monday Friday, 8 A. M. To 6 P. \1. 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The NFL has eight preseason f/ames on tap starting with Friday night's game between Detroit and St. Louis on the latter's field. Saturday night games are Atlanta at New Orleans, Baltimore at Dallas, Chicago vs. Philadelphia at Memphis, Tenn., New York at Green Bay, Pittsburgh vs. Washington at Norfolk, Va., and San Francisco £( Los Angeles. Sunday after- i-oon, it'll be Cleveland at Minnesota. The National League's regular campaign opens Sept. 17. The Chiefs start the season with three straight road games. They had the best preseason mark in the AFL. four victories against one loss. Kansas City has virtually the same line-up as last year. The one notable change is at cornerback spot v/here Fletcher Smith is replacing the injured Fred Williamson. Houston will have either Don Trull or Jacky Lee opening at quarterback and present a highly regarded rookie linebacker in George Webster. The Oilers vvere 0-4 in preseason games. Flanker Lance Alworth, suffering from a back injury, is a doubtful starter for San Diego against the Patriots. In addition, Chargers' quarterback John Hadl has a bruised leg and may see limited action. Boston and San Diego split two games last season, each winning at home. The Jets-Bills game will be nationally televised by NBC starting at 2 p.m., EDT. Buffalo's offensive line seems to be having trouble because P.illy Shaw, All-AFL guard, is sidelined for at least six weeks while tackle Dirk Hudson also is injured. 1 1 0 May rf 4 0 0 0 1 1 1 Blair cf 4 0 0 0 1 2 1 FRobmsn If 4 0 1 0 0 1 1 BRobinsn 3b 4 2 1 1 0 0 0 B l c f a r y Ib 4 0 0 0 0 2 0 Johnson 2b 4 0 2 1 0 0 0 Haney c 4 0 3 0 1 1 0 Hardm p 2 0 0 0 p 3 0 1 0 W a l t D 0 0 0 0 34 4 11 4 Totals 34 S 7 3 000 110 020--4 010 100 000--1 \ F Ver'.allrs, H.inny DP- B a t i m o r e LOB Minnesota 6, Baltimore 6 2B Ghva 2 \ U h l a r n d - r , Haney 3B T o v a r HR Kill. 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