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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - July 2, 1970, Florence, South CarolinaTwins nip royals on errors by pc Minneapolis St. Paul a Rich Reese delivered a 105h inning sacrifice Fly driving in Minnesota s winning run As the twins took advantage of two Kansas City errors to trip the i royals 2-1 wednesday night. George Mitterwald opened the 10th with a bouncer and was when de Kirkpatrick threw the Ball away attempting for the Force at second Pinch runner Jim Kaat raced to third. Cesar Tovar was intentionally walked loading the bases and Reese followed with his game winning Fly Ball. The royals touched Mineso 1 Safe on Paul Schaal s wide to Rookie Bert Blyleven for an throw. Pinch hitter Frank quilt unearned run in the seventh incl attempted to sacrifice and Ning to tie the game 1-1. Cubs snap Streak St. Louis a the Chica go cubs crashed through for four runs in the seventh inning and Rode it to a 5-0 Triumph be Hind Ferguson Jenkins four hit pitching wednesday night snap Ping a 12-game losing Streak. The cubs string of losses was their longest since 1944 and the longest in the National league this season. Jenkins 9-8, was nearly perfect in out dueling Rookie Cardi Nal left hander Jerry Reuss a who faltered in the seventh be Hind shaky Fielding. Reuss walked Jack halt to trigger the cubs uprising. Jen Kins then Laid Down a bunt and reached first when the Cardi nals failed to cover. Don Kessinger moved the run ners Over with a sacrifice and they scored when Julian Javier threw late and wildly to the Date on Paul Popovich s ground Ball to second. Yarborough wins 400 pole new record set in qualifying thursday july 2, 1970 9-a King court reach Wimbledon finals Wimbledon England a Little Billie Jean King of Long Beach calif., and Margaret court the amazonian austra Lian reached the finals of the women s singles wednesday and a Brace of european by Roger Taylor of England and elegant Andres Gimeno of Spain finished off rain halted matches to reach the men s semifinals. Taylor hero of the partisan Wimbledon crowds put out Clark Graebner of new York tile last remaining . Man 6 but Graebner saved eight match Points altogether two tuesday and six in the seven games played before he could do it. Gimeno on the other hand strolled through his q u a r t e r of i n a 1 against Bob Carmichael the expatriate australian now living in Paris to win 6-2. 6-1, 6-4. In the women s semifinals Margaret court looked almost a torn Liga ment in her left ankle that meant four pain killing injections before disposing of Rosemary Casals of san Francisco 6-4, 6-1. Billie Jean however had one or two anxious moments in the second set where she had to Salvage three set Points before beating Francois Durr the a Burn haired French girl afterwards miss French girl to reach a singles semifinal Here since tested the Little californian May be past her Best. She did t play All that seemed Mullins trounces Conway team 77-4 by Robert Hunter morning news sports writer Mullins Mullins unleashed a Savage four run attack in the fourth and fifth innings and went on to whip Conway 11-4 in american legion action wednesday night. Marion Goodyear went the distance for Mullins picking up his second win against no losses while Carlisle Watson the starting Conway Pitcher was tagged with the loss. Watson s record is now 1-1. The. Win upped Mullins Boston wins Boston a Carl Krzemski and George Yas Scot slugged two run homers to break open a tie game in the seventh inning wednesday night and the Boston red sox Hung on against a counter rally to nip Washington 6-5 and snap the senators four game winning Streak. After Reggie Smith opened the seventh with a double Yastrzemski worked the county o 3-2 against starter Joe Coleman then crashed his 18th Homer into the Washington bullpen in right Field to snap a 2-2 tie. One out later Rico Petrocelli singled and Scott boomed his ninth Home run into the left Field screen for the decisive tallies. The no had won All of the games in their Streak with late inning rallies staged another in the eighth scoring two runs and loading the bases i Fth two out before Sparky Lyle the third Pitcher of the in Ning got Pinch hitter Rick Rei Chardt on a Fly Ball to end the threat. Two walks sandwiches around a single by Aurelio Rodriguez got the rally started and finished Boston starter Mike Nagy. Vicente Romo struck out de Brinkman but then gave up a single to Jim French and a bases loaded walk before Lyle came in to put out the fire. Washington scored a run in the ninth. Florence team slates game the Florence legion team will play a practice game against Hamlet n. C. At 8 . Thursday at the a i r p o r t stadium. Florence resumes its regular schedule next monday with a Home game against Timmonsville that will decide first place in the league Iii race. Record to 9-2 Conway to 6-5. And dropped Conway jumped off to a 1-0 inning As Lead in the first Bruce Smith Drew a base on balls with one out. Smith stole second and Steve Lee drove a single to Center runners on first putting and third. Smith came Home on a fielders Choice. Mullins also scored in the first inning As Glenn Arthur Drew a base on balls and went to third when the Pitcher made a bad throw to first base. Arthur came Home on a fielder s Choice. Neither Pitcher demonstrated very Good control and Mullins broke the game open in the fourth inning by scoring four runs on just one hit. Goodyear Drew a base on balls with one out to Start the big rally. Arthur the next Batter drove a solid single to left and the Conway Pitcher walked the next two batters. He was then lifted and Rush came in to face Allen Myers. Before the inning was Over Mullins had pushed across its four runs on one hit. Ruth did no better in the fifth As he gave up a Lead off single to John Riley and a Tri ple to Daryl Waugh. The inning ended with Mullins tallying four More runs and taking a 9-1 Lead into the sixth Frame. Conway added two More runs in the sixth but it was not too late to Salvage a win. Mullins iced the game with a run in the seventh and one in the eighth. Charles Evington and John Byerly led the Mullins hitting with two apiece. Waugh s triple was the Long Ball of the night. Mullins will meet Johnson Ville monday in a Home game. Conway Watson p Smith is Lee of Johnson 3b Cole c Allord 2b Bullock of Smith of in Favlle in Moore in Rush p Parker pm Tololi Mullins Arthur in Anclle a Waugh of loll cd Lambert is Miles id Elv nalon if Hardwick of Rogers of Stephens 3b Lyerly c Goodyear p Tut Oil Convoy Mulloni j 4 3 4 1 3 1 2 1 i a 2 1 4 0 4 5 5 4 0 5 3 4 is Watson Rush 4 and Colt Goodyear and Lyerly we Goodyear 24 up Wolson m 1n 001 010 i 100 440 111 11 10 1 somehow was How miss Durr put it mrs. King did t agree. I feel Fine about playing Margar she said afterwards. I guess i m the underdog so i be got nothing to the women s final Friday will be a replay of the final seven years ago when mrs. Court then Margaret Smith beat mrs. King then miss Moffitt in straight sets. Although this is Billie Jean s fifth final in succession she won in 1966, 1967 and 1968 and lost last year to Ann is Only seeded second. Mrs. Smith is top seed is 3-2 up in matches played against Billie Jean so far this year and de spite her ankle is supremely confident of carrying off the title she has won twice already. It was one of the Best matches i be Ever played at Wimble she said after coming off court against miss Casals. The two european victories in the postponed matches puts Taylor against Ken Rosewall the Little australian Veteran and Gimeno against John new Combe also of Australia in the semifinals thursday. New Combe is seeded second Rose Wall fifth Gimeno 14th and Tay Lor 16th. The Taylor Roseway match is the one the Center court crowd will be waiting to see. Taylor who is in his second semifinal is the Man the crowd will Hope to see As the first englishman to figure in a Wimbledon singles final since 1938, when Don Budge beat Bunny Austin. If Rosewall wins hell have sentiment behind him. Rosewall 35, has won every major tournament in the world since breaking into big time ten Nis As a 17-year-old. He s play ing now As Well As he Ever did in his youth with his flashing backhand and precision lobs both in Fine form. The Only question Mark against him is his stamina and years his threatened to try to drag the match out so As to Benefit from the difference in Ages. Gimeno who never before has gone so far at Wimbledon will try to emulate Manuel Santana in winning the Wimbledon Crown for Spain. Santana took it against Dennis Ralston in 1966. Newcombe who at 26 is Gimeno s Junior by six years is the Only one of Tine Semi fian lists to have won Here before. He took the title in 1967 and was losing finalist last year but this does t worry Gimeno who ousted third seeded Arthur Ash of Virginia on his Way to the last k now now to play said Gimeno bursting with Confidence. The Daytona Beach Fla a Cale Yarborough and his Well tuned Mercury ignored blazing july heat wednesday to clock a Lap at 191.640 Miles an hour and win the pole position for saturday s fire Cracker 400 Stock car race. The five foot seven 200-Pound Yarborough wiped out his 1969 qualifying record of 190.706 ., but the simmering Asphalt at Daytona International Speedway kept him from approaching his track Mark of 194.015 set last february. Ten cars won spots for the july 4 classic but a couple of big names did t have the juice. Donnie Allison failed in a Ford and comeback kid Fred Loren zen was bumped in a Dodge. Yarborough won the fire Cracker in 1967 and 1968. He also captured the Rich Daytona 500 Here in 1968. The Timmons Ville s.c., Ace s speedy turn around the 2.5 mile track was mostly for glory. The pole win Ner is paid a paltry Bobby Isaac was second fast braves beaten Cincinnati a Wayne Simpson mowed Down Atlanta on six hits and Tommy Helms cracked his first Homer since Early in 1969 As Cincinnati whipped the braves 9-2 wednes Day night. Simpson aided by outstanding Fielding plays by Helms and Bobby Tolan reeled off his ninth straight Victory to hike his record to 12-1. Helms lashed Bis Homer in the sixth inning with to Cline on base and gave the reds a six run bulge. He had not hit a Home run since the fourth game of last season and that also came against the braves. It was the reds first Homer in their new Home rive font stadium and their first Victory. Tony Perez drove in four runs on two fielders choices and a double and Pete Rose rapped a two run triple in the fifth inning and a sacrifice Fly in the eighth. After Rico Carty had walked to Lead off the fourth Tolan made a leaping catch against the left Center Field Wall of a drive by Orlando Cepeda. In she fifth Helms robbed Felix Mifflan of a base hit and converted it into a double play to halt another braves threat. Sheer retires As president Buffalo . A Carl sheer president of the newly formed Buffalo braves of the National basketball association stepped out wednesday because of what he termed pressing Persona problems Philip Ryan 37, a new York City lawyer was named his Cessor. Ryan is vice president of new Loeb sports enterprises inc., a subsidiary of the braves owners. Sheer left the Aba where he was an administrative assistant to league president Walter Ken Nedy to head the Buffalo team which begins play in the fall. Angels win Milwaukee a Jim Fregosi s two run Homer High lighted a three run rally by Cali forma in the sixth inning wednesday night and gave the Angels a 4-3 Victory Over the Milwaukee Brewers. Fregosi s towering 400 foot blast into the left Field bleachers came off skip Lockwood who problem is does if feared his fifth consecutive de know How to play me i feet. Est qualifier zipping around at 190.142 In a High tailed Dodge Daytona. Defending Champion Lee Roy Yarborough ran faster than he had in prac Tice with a 189.685 Speed earn ing has Mercury the no. 3 Posi Tion. Forty cars qualify for saturday s 400-mile run Start ing two abreast at 10 . East Ern Daylight time. Daytona 500 Winner Pete Hamilton a Blond new eng Lander who has earned in eight races this year was fourth qualifier at 189.53 in a Plymouth. Rounding out the 10 qualifiers were David Pearson Ford 188.758 Charlie Glotzbach Dodge 188.489 Benny Parsons Ford 188.134 buddy Baker Dodge 188.040 Bobby Allison Dodge 187.320 and Richard Brooks Plymouth 185.927. Donnie Allison and Lorenzen both failed by fractions to make the front five rows of saturday s Start. Donnie s Best of two qualifying laps was at 185.697 Lorenzen Back in the Speed game after three years of retirement did 185.632in a Dodge. Allison won the world 600 at Charlotte in May As Lorenzen made his return to sport that Ted made the Elmhurst Bachelor a Rich Man before he quit in 1967. Baltimore wins 3-0 Baltimore a the Baltimore orioles in a slump until their favorite opponents arrived in town beat the Cleve land indians 3-0 wednesday night As Jim Palmer hurled an eight hitter for his Lith Victory. It was Baltimore s eighth consecutive Triumph without a loss Over the indians this season. Be Ore winning the series opener tuesday night the orioles had lost five of their previous seven games. The orioles scored single runs in the second third and fourth innings off Rookie Rick Austin 1-1. Brooks Robinson launched two of the rallies with Freak doubles. Robinson was credited with a double in the second when his Ely to medium Center was lost in the Twilight by Ted Uhlaender. He scored on Dave Johnson s single. Boog Powell doubled and scored on Frank Robinson s sin Gie to make it 2-0 in the third. Brooks opened the fourth with a bad hop double off third baseman Graig Nettles Glove and tallied on Andy Etchebarren s hit. Cleveland s Ray Fosse singled in the sixth to extend his hitting Streak to 22 games tying Cali fornia s Sandy Alomar for the longest in the american league this season. A s Blank sox Chicago a Rollie Fin Gers Paul Lindblad and Jim Grant combined for a four Hitte and the Oakland a s beat the Chicago White sox 3-0 wednes Day night on Sal Bando s run scoring single and a two run Homer by Bert Campaneria. Fingers 5-5, wearied in the 94-degree heat was replaced by Lindblap with one out in the seventh after allowing three hits. Fingers struck out six and walked one. Also driven to the showers by the heat was sox starter Jerry Janeski 7-6, Efto complained of feeling ill after six innings. Felipe Alou singled with one out in the sixth took second on an infield out and raced Home on Bando s second hit of the ame. The a s added two insurance runs in the ninth off Wilbur Wood on a pop Fly single by Pinch hitter Frank Fernandez which fell Between two infield ers and Campaneria Lith Homer of the season. Timmon Shiue s Caie Yarborough Waves to crowd after record time he broke the qualifying record for the firecracker 400 race cub s Durocher finds Job is Safe Chicago a gloom is heavy. Manager Leo Duro Cher s temper is at player Fin ing Edge. But owner Phil Wrigley said wednesday the Chi Cago cubs disastrous losing Streak is not about to Cost 64-year-old Durocher his Job. Nope was Wrigley s succinct reply to possible firing of Durocher which was rumoured As the cubs faced the possibility of Matching their longest losing Streak in 26 years wednesday night against the cardinals in St. Louis. Durocher levied one of his rare fines in a managerial Ca reer dating Back to 1939. He slapped a penalty on Rookie Pitcher Joe Decker for de Fiance during a 5-4 loss to the cardinals tuesday night. Leo is running the i guess everybody is pretty much on Edge the Way things have been going. I m very unhappy about the losing Streak just like every body else. It s not that bad a team to lose 12 straight games. We need some Breaks Ana need some the cubs All time losing Streak of 13 games was set in 1944 when Jimmy Wilson was fired and Charles Grimm finished As manager. Decker s fining mainly for walking off the Mound before officially relieved in the fourth inning saw Durocher s first Public display of anger in an in credible late june St Voon. In just 11 Days the cubs win less string has plummeted them from a National league East Lead on june 20 to a lag in fourth place entering wednesday night s game. Sports editor Rick Talley of Chicago today writing from St. Louis suggested that maybe Durocher s Spear at Rookie Decker will stir the club into winning maybe it la Only serve to Widen the Dis sension Gap which is already there in the hearts of some Talley commented a Fine is Carlos won t talk salary Philadelphia John Carlos asked How much change the Philadelphia eagles got from the million he said he wanted to play professional football. Carlos one of the world s Best sprinters signed a one year contract wednesday with the of the National football league. Neil eur me menu Siim question at what probably was the first news conference for a 15ui draft Choice in the history of the nil. Ill Tell you said the former san Jose state runner. Ill just let you sit Back and write your Story and you la have a Long time to guess at Okay John How s for guess the 25-year-old Carlos had asked for million and the eagles countered with the minimum salary in the league. Apparently the sprinter and general manager Pete Telzlaff agreed on a Small Bonus and a minimum with incentives based on his performance. If i was t satisfied with the said Carlos i would t play. I signed and you can say i m quite actually the eagles Are gambling on the 200 Pound car los. He has never played any thing stronger than sandlot foot Ball. The Only thing we re sure said Rezlaff is that he has Speed. How he can adjust to Aga Ity drills pass patterns catching the Ball in different situations recognizing Man to Man and zone defences Well just have to determine As we run Tetzlaff said eagles coach Jerry Williams viewed the olympic medal Winner As a split end or flanker. Well go from there. He might make a running Back if he has the proper agility and the knowledge to follow his offensive lineman and mockers. It also has been Dis cussed that he might make an outstanding defensive Back. He could return kickoffs and punts with his great Carlos has no illusions about the Tough Job he has making the adjustment from track to pro football. I would sum up pro football in one word he said. Thai s the name of the game. That s the Way the game is played. If. You re not brutal enough you should t bother with is Carlos brutal enough i had to be brutal to make it where i am he sorted. A slap in the perhaps this was a slap which should live come a week earlier to others. A Fine perhaps for Sloppy base running. The cubs have done enough of that. But it was t until Leo s authority was challenged in front to others that he got Durocher said lie fined the 23 year old Decker As soon As we hit the Bench alter Decker re fused to wait on the Mound in 11 reliever Roberto Rodriquez ook Over. I gave Decker the Benefit of the doubt when he swung at a Bob Gibson pitch in the second inning after i told him to take a said Durocher. But he defied me eyeball to eyeball in the fourth when i went to the Mound and told him to wait for the new Pitcher. So what did he do he turned and walked off. Expos sweep two Montreal a left then Bailey doubled staub hander Rich Nye pitched a four hitter and Dan Mcginn sur rendered six As the Montreal expos swept a twi Naglit double Leader from Philadelphia 11-1 and 4-1 wednesday night. In the first game Nye Over came a shaky first inning and won his second straight game with Coco Laboy Bob Bailey and Adolfo Phillips pacing the offence. Laboy drove in three runs with a double and triple and Sailey and Phillips each socked to run homers As the expos Jeat Woody Fryman. Bailey connected again in the eighth inning of the Nightcap to Yve Mcginn a four run Cushion. Until then Mcginn had protected a two run Edge which Mont real picked up in the first in Ning. Don Hahn started that rally with a walk and moved up on a sacrifice. Rusty staub singled for one run and moved to Ond on the play at the plate. First game Philadelphia Montreal a r h Blob r h to Taylor 2b 2100 Hohn if 22 Harmon a 1010 Sutherlnd 2b 4 i 1 bowl is 4 ocl 1 slab it 3210 Money 3b 4010 Gosger of 000 Johnson in 1 0 0 0 Bulley in 3112 Hullo in 1000 tally in 101 Browne of 2000 Bateman c 5120 Joseph if 3000 Laboy 3b 4223 Hesleph 1000 Phillips of 311 Stone of 4010 wine is 401 Edwrds c 3 0 0 0 Nye p 31 2 0 is pm 1000 Fryman p 1000 Lersch p 1000 a Wilson p 1000 Compton pm 1 0 0 0 Home. The Phillies scored their Only run and knocked out Mcginn with two out in the ninth inning on a walk and hits by Deryn Johnson and Rick Joseph. How in Reed came on to get tie last out. The twin victories gave the expos four straight and seven triumphs in their last nine starts. Tool 31 1 4 1 tool 32.11 11 Philadelphia i of Eoo Montreal .111 041 1. Montreal 6. Laboy Zalcman. Laboy Phillips Hohn 6-4 in h r Erbb 21-34441 2 Lersch .2 4442 b Wilson .32-31 3 2 4 Nye w.2-0 .9 41153 3 Mac to play Shaw air base a Shaw air Force softball team will play the Maryland Fried Chicken cily league team in a double header at the electro at 7 . Motive Field tonight standings. Baltimore new York american league East 47 28 .627 30 33 36 40 39 589 .535 .459 451 3 7 13 Washington Cleveland West Minnesota 45 25 643 California j3 31 581 4 Oakland 42 33 s60 5v4 Kansas City 26 46 .361 20 t Chicago 27 48 .340 20vi Milwaukee 26 48 .351 21 results Cleveland at Baltimore new York at Detroit Washington at Boston California at Milwaukee Kansas cily at Minnesota Oakland at Chicago thursday s games California Murphy 8-6 at Milwaukee Brabender 4.9 night Kansas ally flu morals 4-2 at Minne Sota Hall 3-2 Oakland Seoul 3-4 at Chicago Moore 3-7 new York Stottlemyre 8-6 at Detroit Niekro 8-. Night Cleveland hand 2-7 at Baltimore hardly night Washington 1-3 at Boston Peters 5-7 National league East w l pet. Of new York 40 34 541 poll Burgh 41 37 ".524 1 St Louis 37 37 .500 3 Chicago 35 37 486 4 poll Odelpha 32 40 1444 7 Montreal 29 44 397 Ivi West Cincinnati 52 22 703 los Angeles 43 32 573 Atlanta 37 35 1514 14 s Francisco 37 38 .493 Houston 33 43 .434 20 san Diego 31 48 .392 23vi results Chicago at St Louis at Montreal 19 Pilim Juruth 4 new York 3 Atlanta at Cincinnati Houston at los angelas 5 Francisco 12, son Diego 7 thursday s go pcs St Louis tar Sci 6-7 at Montreal mor ton 8-5 night new York Gentry 7-4 and car dwt o 1 at Philadelphia Short 5-8 and Bunn Lna 2-Lwl-Nlaht Atlanta Sione 6-3 at Cincinnati Rutt night Only games scheduled

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