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B-2 THE MEWS, Frederick, Maryland it. if?i Motor League Roundup Yanks Top Twins NEW YORK (AP) - Gene Michael's tieAretking sacrifice fly in the sixth inning and the four-hit pitching of Stan Bahnsen paced the New York Ywv kees to a 5-2 victory over the Minnesota Twins Tuesday night The Yankees filled the bases with none out in the sixth when Thurman Munson singled off the glove of third baseman Harmon Killebrew, John Ellis stroked a bad-hop single off shortstop Leo Carders and left-hander Jim Kaat walked Ron Woods. Michael sent Munson home with a liner to center, snapping a 2-2 deadlock. Kaat, 5-3, averted further damage that inning but was lift- ed'with none out in the seventh after being nicked for the Yanks' llth and 12th sinngies. VVhife Sox, 4; Red Sox, 2 · CHICAGO (AP)- Bill Melton slammed a pair of home runs Tuesday night to lead rookie right-hander Jerry Janeskie and the Chicago White Sox to a 4-2 victory over Boston, stopping the Bed Sox* winning streak at five games. Singles by Bobby Knoop and Ken Berry to open the third inning and an error on Janeski's bunt loaded the bases. Tommy McCraw was credited with an RBI when Mike Andrews threw wide on his ground ball. ·Sonny Siebert, 5-3, got out of further trouble on a strikeout add double play but yielded a leadoff homer to Melton in the fourth and the White Sox added another unearned run in the inning on McCraw's single. Mets, 2; Astros, 1 HOUSTON (AP) - Tom Seaver snapped his four-game losing streak, firing a three-hitter, and Wayne Garrett's fourth inning homer broke the spell held over New York by Tom Griffin as the Mets topped the Houston Astros 2-1 Tuesday night Seaver, 8-5, who had lost five of his last six starts, held the Astros hitless until John Edwards rapped a two-out single in the fifth. Denis Menke's homer in the seventh snapped his shutout and Jimmy Wynn got a ninth-inning single. Phillies, 2; Braves, 1 PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Jim Bunning and Dick Selma combined to baffle Atlanta on two hits and the Philadelphia Phillies edged the Braves 2-1 Tuesday night The first Atlanta hit was a leadoff home run by Clete Boyer in the sixth inning, after Bunning had retired the first 15 Braves in order. Bunning, 4-6, then, struck out Bob Tillman before leaving the game complaining of pain in his left side. The Phillies scored their runs in the second inning off loser Pat Jarvis, 6-4, on a walk to Deron Johnson, Larry Bowa's two-out double and a two-run single by "Doc" Edwards. The only other base runner for the Braves was Rico Carty, who walked in the seventh. Boyer's seventh home run of the season was his first hit in 30 times at bat AfMef/cs, 5; Indians, 2 CLEVELAND (Art -- Sal Bando drove in four runt with a homer, triple and lingle Tue»» day night and Oakland whipped Cleveland 5.2. Jim "Catfish** Hunter wat working on a one-hitter until the ninth when Craig Nettles opened with a double and Vada Pinson followed with a two-run homer. Then Mudcat Grant came out of the bullpen, to preserve the victory. Reds, 6; Expos, 4 MONTREAL (AP) - Reliever Clay Carroll choked off a Montreal rally in the seventh inning and Wayne Granger, another reliever, checked the Expos the .rest of the way Tuesday night preserving Cincinnati's 6-4 victory- fourth straight triumph and ninth in the last 10 games for the Reds. The Reds, runaway leaders in the National League's West Division, jumped in front with two quick first inning runs on consecutive singles by Pete Rose, Bobby Tolan and Tony Perez and a sacrifice fly by John Bench. Cardinals 4; 75-80 Drag-A-Way ; MONROVIA - Friday drag races were washed out but the first Saturday night of drag racing this season was a success. , Pto Stock Eliminator was taken by Doug Griffith's 1970 Duster driven by Vernon Rowley in a close race against Carl Hobson's "super Fats" Camaro. Vernon turned the quarter mile in 10.52 seconds (ET) and crossed the finish line at 129.12 mph. Hobson's run was just a tad slower, 10. oO ET at 129 mph. Super Stock Eliminator went to Sam Pannuty driving a 1968 SS/AA .Barracuda that turned a 10.77 ET at 117.49 mph over the Norris Ford Drag Team's 1970 Cobra which finally took runner - up with an 11.90 at J14.21 mph. C~ Modified Eliminator was taken for the first time by Dan Oeitrich from Hanover, Pa., in |is chipped 1955 B/ Altered Thunderbird that turned an 11.86 ET at 113.85 mph to wipe out "The Flying Wop" a 55 E/MP Chevy from Paul's BP Station in Takoma Park. "The flying Wop" took runner up in -Jtnother race and this time the [·Chevy turned the same time that 3Metrieh had turned earlier to -beat him. :?· Top Speed went to Pete Kout- -sos from Wheaton in a C/gas :hevy Dragster that turned a 5.82 ET at 137.17 mph. ·- All the class winners from -A/S to W/S competed for Super -;Top Stock Elimator Saturday -flight with the final runs between J)ave Pilson from Dicker son and Barnhart from Myers . i Dave won with his 64 N/S ; 4f atador Ford with an ET of ·212.18 seconds at 111.11 mph yver Barnharfs F/SA Ply' imouth. Factory Pure Stock Eliminator was taken by Bill Robinson from Springfield, Va,, in his 1970 422 Olds in 13.51 seconds at 97.08 mph over Jim Twigg from Cumberland in his 1969 Mustang that placed second with 14.48 ET at 94.14 mph. The Dial Your Own Handicap Eliminator XX/S has become a popular contest with about .40 cars entering each night This eliminator bracketgives everyone a chance to win a a handicapped race. The only rule involved is that each car must pass a safely inspection. First place was taken by Ray Barcker from Ranson, W. Va., in a 68 Dodge with a 14.19 ET at 88.06 mph. Second went to John Baker of Elkridge in a 62 Dodge with a 23.23 ET at 29.29 mph, believe it-it happened. Drag racing is held every Friday and Saturday night. Caps May Move To St. Louis MONTREAL (AP) - Sid Salomon, owner of St. Louis Blues of the National Hockey League, Tuesday described as premature a report that he and Earl Foreman, owner of Washington Caps of the American Basketball Association, plan to move the baeketball franchise to St. Louis. Salomon said he had held preliminary discussions about obtaining an ABA or National Basketball Association club for St. Louis, but no further developments can be expected "until I get through these hockey meet_ r Ted Williams of the Washington Senators was born in San Diego in 1918. Dodgers 0 LOS ANGELES (AP)- Chuck Taylor, making his first start of the season after 21 relief appearances, limited Los Angeles to five singles and hurled St. Louis to a 4-0 victory over the Dodgers Tuesday night The shutout was the second of Taylor's career and both have been against the Dodgers who extended their losing streak to four straight Pirates 5; Giants 1 SAN FRANCISCO CAP) - Right-hander Steve Blass fired a five-hitter for his first victory in seven weeks and Willie Stargell slammed a two-run homer, boosting the Pittsburgh Pirates to a 5-1 victory over the San Francisco Giants Tuesday night Blass, 3-8, won for the first time since April 22 and snapped a pereonal, seven-game losing streak. Yanks Top Braves, 10-3 Ken Steidings and Tim Hall paced the Yankees to a 10-3 win over the Braves Tuesday in Senior Babe Ruth ball. Both men had three hits each while Hall pitched the first six innings and gave up four hits and three runs. Steidings pitched in the seventh. Ron Shankle had two hits for the losers. The Yanks scored five runs in the third to take the win. Ynnkees Bra\ es ah r h ab r h Delauter.3b... . 4 1 2 Shankle.lf.. . 3 1 2 Steidings.ss 5 1 3 Shaffer.p . . 1 0 1 Hail.p . . 5 1 3 Wachter.p . . 3 0 1 Thomp'.c .. . . 5 1 2 Knill.3b 3 0 0 Hill.lb 1 2 0 Wood.lb 3 0 0 Deater.U . ..4 0 0 Colli'.c 3 0 0 Degrange.rf . 4 0 0 Wiegand.ss 2 0 0 Carroll.cf 3 2 1 Zimmer'Jb 1 0 0 Cramer,2b . . 1 1 0 Tolland, . 2 1 1 Kehne .. 1 1 0 Rinehart.cf 3 0 0 Hane... . 2 1 0 Totals 33101J Totals 263 5 Yankees m 801--0 Yankees H5 201 0-10 Braves 002 001 1--3 IP I! R ER BBSO Shaffer . 2 3 2 -- 0 3 Wachter 5 8 8 -- 7 1 Hall . . 6 4 3 - 1 8 Steidings 1 1 0 - 1 0 " E.iFrederick I H. B. Duvall, which finished last in first half play, surprised first half co-champ Federals, (*-2, in East Frederick action Tuesday. -"Billy Crone hurled four-hit ball t» take the win. He fanned 11 "and walked only one. 1. Steve Danner and Jeff Hard- iyg pitched for the losers. * - Darrel Hall paced the winners 'with two hits. Duvall did not mako an error compared to four : fpr the losers. .' -Scott Smith had a double for Duvall and Harry Baker one for the Federals. . - D m a l l » Williams rf -Kopas.rf -Fisher.rf · Williams.rf · Bowens.If ;Kuhn.lf -Whims.lf . ;WdiVms.lf ,, Crone p .Hall.ss · Boyd,3b ... · Smith,c r Baker,cf r Phillips, ib .Prince,2b Feds ab r h bi 1 0 0 0 Mainjf 1 0 0 0 Grove.rf 1 0 0 0 Fawley.cf 2 0 0 0 Diggs.2b 1 0 0 0 Bowie.Sb 1 0 0 0 Danner.p . . 0 0 0 0 Baker, Ib .1 0 C 0 Hardmg.ss 3 0 0 0 Blue.c 3 1 2 0 Bagent.cf 3 1 1 0 Stephsns.lf 3 1 1 0 Grove.rf 3 1 1 1 Burtmer.lf . 0 2 0 0 Harding.cf 1 0 0 0 Brooky.rf. a b r h b i 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 . 1 0 0 0 3 0 1 0 2 1 (I 0 2 1 1 0 . . 2 0 1 1 . 2 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 . 1 0 0 0 . . 1 0 0 0 . 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 . 1 0 0 0 . . 1 0 0 0 -Tolals 2J6 5 1 Totals 222 4 1 - Qin all 000 033-fi ·Eeds 1)10 100-2 * ·- E Duvall-0; Feds-4, LOB Duvall-3. .Feds-3, 2B Duvall-Smah. Feds-.Baker IP II R ER BBSO ·Crone 6 4 2 1 1 I I ·Danner . 42/3 2 3 0 3 7 Harding 11/3 3 3 I 1 1 J E W S PA PER I American The Elks defeated berioma, -3, and lost to the Amvets, 8-6, in American Little League action Tuesday. The Amvets game was a completion of an incomplete May 9 contest. It picked up in the fourth inning. · In the Sertoma game Lenny Geisbert went the distance for the win. He gave up four hits Flkv Rinehart ib Geisbert.p Cnim 3b Tucker.ss Jenkins 2b Garid rf Geisbert.c Ricketts.lf. Grove.cf . Sortoma 4 ib r h hi 4 1 2 3 Worth'Sb . 3 0 1 1 Whittmg'.c. 3 0 1 0 Blggus.p-ss 2 1 0 (fRad'.ss-cf . 0 0 Mulford.lf 0 0 Wisner.lb 0 0 Thomas.cf-p 0 0 Geiser.Zb ... 1 0 Weedon.rf ab r h l»i 2 1 0 0 2 0 0 C 2 0 1 C 3 0 0 1 3 0 2 1 3 0 0 0 . 3 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 Total* ........ " 2 6 4 I Totals ............ 223 4 2 Elks ..................................... 041 100--6 Sertoma .................... 002 001--3 DP Geiser to Wisner, 28 Rinehart, Mulford IP Biggus(L) 3 Thomas Geisbert (W) HBP By Biggus (Lenny Geisbert) II R ER BBSO 5 6 6 S 3 S 0 0 1 1 4 Z 5 14 PLAYERS TO BE HONORED COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP)-Phil Plton, president of the minor leagues of baseball, and Sy Berger, Topps sports director, have announced that player-of-the- month awards are being renewed in the minor leagues this season. and fanned 14. Tom Rinehart had two hits for the winners and Jirr Mulford two for Ser- toma. Ron Hammond paced the Am- vets with three hits while Ron Saylor had two. Saylor also picked up the win with the help of Brett Claxton and Jeff Cardella. Todd Crum was the loser. Elks Ami-els ab r h bi ab r h bi Rme.'3b 1 2 0 0 Ham'.lb-c 3 3 3 0 Tucker.ss... . 2 1 0 0 Main.c-rf 2 0 0 0 Geisbert.c . 3 0 1 2 Saylor.p-lb . . 3 2 2 4 Crum.D.. 2 1 1 2 Danner,2b-ss 1 1 0 0 Geisbert,Ib 3 0 0 0 Clayton,ss-3b 3 I 0 0 Jenkins,2b 1 0 1 0 Full.cf . 3 0 0 0 Harns.If 3 0 0 0 Card',3b-p ....2 0 0 0 Gadd.rf . 1 1 0 0 Burgess.rf.... 2 1 0 0 Grove.cf 2 0 1 0 Custer.rf 1 0 0 0 Ricketts.cf 2 1 1 0 Main if 1 0 0 0 Silber'.2b 1 0 0 0 Totals 206 4 4 Totals 228 5 4 Elks Ann ets HR Saylor. IP H R ER BBSO Saylor (W) 21/3 1 3 2 S 0 Clayton 2/S 1 0 Cardella Crum (L) BALK Cardella .012 OOJ-- ..430 10x- 0 0 . . 3 2 3 3 8 0 8 5 « 3 4 10 MARQUE Z LED RIDERS HALLENDALE, Fla. (AP)Carlos Marquez led the jockeys during the recent 43-day Gulf- stream Park meeting with 40 winners, three more than Canadian Sandy Hawley. Charles Town FIRST. tt.lW. Maiden. 3 4 4YO Maiden, 4'A Furlong* Williams) ...................... C.W-I.M M-Brokrnflifl(rnNik) ........................ t.W Dh EmrraMOvKt (Drpalo) ................... !.«· SECOND. ll.SOO. MaMen/Claiminc. 3 * 4 YOMaMwi.TFurionjs. ErlMMoMMaln (Kralz) ............ tW-3.»3.W OmuViBfltr (Grtur) .................... S.M-3.M SrwTtowdtr.vimldt) .......................... 4.N DAILY MH'BLE-C 3) PAID-SI*. « Cubs 7; Padres 3 SAN DIEGO (AP) - Paul Popovich triggered a four-run Chicago first inning with a leadoff homer, backing the 13-strike out pitching of Ferguson Jenkins, and the Cubs swept to a 7-3 victory over the San Diego Padres Tuesday night. Popovich also drove in a fourth-inning run with a single, helping Jenkins, 6-7, to his third straight triumph. The big right- hander scattered eight hits in eight innings, including homers to Ollie Brown and Chris Can- nizxaro. Tigers 8; Brewers 3 DETROIT (AP)-Willie Horton rapped three home runs, including a grand slam, and drove in seven runs to take over the American League RBI lead with 48 as Detroit ripped Milwaukee 8-3 last night Horton ripped his grand slammer in the opening inning, wiping out a 2-0 Brewers lead, then connected for a two-run shot in the sixth and added his 10th roundtripper in the eighth, a solo blast sending Milwaukee to its 15th consecutive road loss. THIRD, SI.SW. Claiming. 4YO * UP, 4V* Furiouft. NumKm.uk- (Sam) ................... MK-S.MM.W CbinaHawMKcrtso) ................. ....12JS1I 10 PrimrFaru (Grave) ............................. 7.W EXACTA- i 3) PAID-IM.M FOURTH, tt.OW.amlin. JYO. 4V* Furlongs. Chandec Indian (Lorn lore) ....... ·.·M.fM.ft Call Thr Dim-tor (Vasil) .................. 4.K-3J* PrinrrTr«orRrvnoMs) ........................ ^ FIFTH. »1,MO, CUiminf. 4YO ft UP. t y» Furlongs. Hwrrj I'pPortrr (Galletcm) ..«4.M-!1.M-13.« ToatharhF( Williams) S.M-S.* Mies Trojan (Cwlinos) I.4« SIXTH. $1.100, Claiming. 4YO ft UP. Fillies and Mare*. Kalhy Cray (Grove) l3.W4.M-i.00 Quarr) Dust (Freshman) R.OM.W Dark Ripplr (Baker) l.tt BIG EXACTA-(3-») (3-1) PAID-tt3.KC.- 00 Oar TICKET. SEVENTH, $2.200. Claiminf. 4YO ft UP, 44 Furlonf s. AlrTva\rlrr(H;iwlhornp) I3.00-.VCO-3.M SlrrnelhDrFrr(M)rrs) 3.00-3.00 Muff \Mllffi-K Knit? 7.00 feXACTA-(l-l) PA1D-S31.9) EIGHTH. tt.SOO, Allowance, 3YO, 4A Furlongs Cross Hair (Freshman) I.M-S.20-J.M Bunnj XRasral (Gustinrs) 7.80-3.00 Clurk Bird (Hawthorne) 5.M NINTH. $1,700. Claiming. 4YO ft UP, 1 I/16 Miles. National Derision (Drpalo) 10.*0-6.tO-*.M Duke Blil7( Winner) 4.00-i.GO Dh-Eas.\ ToDo(Smnll) S.40 Dh-Orslnette'iIdol (Johnston)..... S.W EXACTA--(1-S) PAID-SI 1.80 ATTENDANCE-:!.? 17 IIANDLE-S*99.685. FIRST RACF. Purse M.SOO. 3 4 YO. Maiden Claiming. I 1 Furlongs. Black Aztec .. ..no Aeolian Pr'cess.... 110 AnotherOak 116 AbbaDabba 121 Sunrise C'tess Atadoll . Warketta . . Penn'sDoc WellDo . .. 110 Sapere m .. ..lie Coronala 110 .. 110 OutingSite 116 US Ellen's Cap xlll ...US Blue Tomato 110 SECOND RACE. Purse $1.500, 3 4 YO, Maiden Claiming, 7 Furlongs. xlM UgalDotty Kill- NoWeFfime 117 Oc«u»-»R*w»rd...lM L'dounLullaby xllT Bronte Mama . 10$ ima 108 Fl««c«biic 108 HadHtoWay 114 Tory Landing xl$$ Soft Law ....10$ Beware TneOr'k..114 DanishHo«t 114 LadyDamta,: 101 THIRD RACE. Pane ll.SOO. 4 YO ft Up. riMrtlMare.. Claiming. 4/. FwtoBg*. NaUveJewel 11$ GoGittln 11$ ComeOnWeot ....*1M UtUeFaucet xlll PetlteAttre 11$ Parade Dancer....11$ Brandy Fits US Nisouk 11$. Tempan 11$ Foreign Escapade 122 Belleland 122 TonoUta 11$ Secret En'ment... 11$ L.C.U* 11$ FOURTH RACE. Purse $«.$$$. 3 YO. Clalm- tmi, onr mile and oor-sixteenth. Admira!Peveron...n5 No Sound 113 Rayob 110 SmasbingGood....ll3 L.O.Davit ......113 SfgFeeling 112 ShyRullah 110 Carol Lynn 110 EteanorDale 113 FIFTH RACE. Pwr $I.M$. 4 YO ft Up. ClaintlnK.7Fwlones. Black Lagoon 117 Coasting Lark 109 Coyote 2nd 114 Half Note 12$ CutThe Kidding. ...114 Tunnel Turner. ...114 TWS Beefeater l» Bonnie Dair 114 NoblueCard 117 Jimmy'sPenny... 120 Midnight 120 SIXTH RACE $«,$$$ 3 YO Claiming (tSSOO- $22S$)7Far. Curved Path 12$ Carolina Jan 115 SecondDebut US Belle Pan xllO Shiner...! 112 ChamitaCharlo...ll4 Jet Prop 112 MissVarsGrove..H2 Viyeto xl$7. SEVENTH RACE $2,800 3 YO Allowance 1 MI.MCth. Dexterity* 120 Flashy Tiger. . . . 120 Carderack 120 WhipityCut . .. 120 Dan Yemen 120 Gunnysman 117 Hell Hound xllZ Out Cap 11$ EIGHTH RACE tt.3(Kl I YO UP Starter Allowance 7 Fur. Send A Dozen 116 One Sunday 116 Trap Road 116 Ole Buddy 116 Arioscope ... 122 Admiral Oaks.. . 122 Scalping Knife.... 119 Jelly Fish 116 NINTH RACE $1.700 I YO UP Claiming ($1500)1 Mile and M6th. Crow Hill 114 Florida Fling 114 Hesabomb 120 Regal Decree 109 Don't Spank Me 109 Btushua 114 TimberleaT'ne 117 D'milA'rora 114 Little Sunshine.. .114 Bright Speed ... 114 WarsEnd . 114 Knight-King 114 Real Beat 120. » .' MAJOR LEAGUE standings American EAST W L Pet GB Baltimore 36 19 .655 -New York 32 24 ,571 4Vi Boston 25 26 .490 9 Detroit 25 26 .49ft 9 Washington 24 29 .453 11 Cleveland 21 30 .412 13 WEST Minnestoa 34 16 California 34 20 .630 .2 Oakland 30 25 .545 6V* Chicago 21 34 .382 15'/4 Kansas City 20 33 .377 15'/i Milwaukee 17 37 .315 19 YESTERDAY'S RESULTS California 7, Baltimore 5 Kansas City 8, Washington 1 Oakland 5, Cleveland 2 New York 5, Minnesota 2 Chicago 4, Boston 2 Detroit 8, Milwaukee 3 GAMES TOD AY' Washington (Cox 3-4) at Kansas City (Hooker 3-3) N Boston (Nagy W)) at Chicago (Horlen 5-6) N Milwaukee (Bolin 1-5) at Detroit (Wilson 3-3) N Oakland (Odom 4-4) at Cleveland (Ellsworth 1-0) N California (Wright 8-3) at Baltimore (Palmer 7-3) N Minnesota (Blyleven 1-0) at New York (Stottlemyre 5-4) N National EAST W L Pet GB Chicago 29 21 .580 -Pittsburgh 28 29 .500 4 New York 27 28 .491 4/i St. Louis 25 26 .490 4'A Philadelphia 24 29 .453 6/* Montreal 19 34 .358 ll'/i WEST Cincinnati 41 15 .732 -Atlanta 29 23 .558 10 Los Angeles 30 25 .545 101* San Francisco25 31 .446 16 Houston 25 33 .431 17 SanDiego 25 34 .424 17'A YESTERDAY'S RESULTS Chicago 7, S an Diego 3 New York 2, Houston 1 Pittsburgh 5, San Francisco 1 St. Louis 4, Los Angeles 0 Philadelphia 2, Atlanta 1 Cincinnati 6, Montreal 4 GAMES TODAY Cincinnati (McGlothlin 7-3) at Montreal (Wegener 0-0) N Atlanta (Stone 5-1) at Philadelphia (Short 3-5) N St. Louis (Torres 4-5) at Los Angeles (Moeller 1-1) N Chicago (Colburn 2-0) at San Diego (Dobson 4-5) N New York (Ryan 4-4)-at Houston (Lemaster 3-8) N Pittsburgh (Moose 6-4) at San Francisco (Perry 8-6) NEW LOW PRICE! GENERAL TIRE ."«** 6.50-13 COMPACTS INTERMEDIATES 7.75-14 7.75-15 STANDARD CARS 8.25-14 8.25-15 BIG CARS ^8.55-14 Tubeless whitewall prices plus $1.78 to $2.53 Fed. Ex. Tax per tire depending on sizes plus exchange casing. RADIAL PLY a\** f Invest In Mileage... General JET-RADAN · 4-ply rayon cord belt.under the dual tread for strength and long mileage · 2 rayon cord radial plies for stability and handling FIBERGLASS BELTED RAIN CHECK ... Should our supply of some tire sizes or lines run short during this event, we will honor any orders placed now for future delivery at the advertised price. General JUMBO 780 TWIN-STRIPE WHITEWALLS · Long mileage fiberglass belt · Tough polyester cord body · Original equipment on 1970 cars · Wide 78 series construction GENERAL TIRE WESTERN MARYLAND GENERAL TIRE, INC E A S T S O U T H S T R E E T P H O N E 6 6 , Opn Mon Fn 8. A M t o S .30 P. M. 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