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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - July 26, 1970, Florence, South Carolina4.1 sunday july 26, 1970 i Atenci Flor Nigut Keino Clarke fall in British games Edinburgh Scotland a Ian Stewart and Ian Mccafferty of Scotland ran olympians Kip Kemo Ana Kon Marxe into the ground saturday in the closing Day High Light of the British common wealth games. Stewart a 21-year-old guns Mith who lives in England won the Gold medal in Ond fastest time in track history. Mccafferty took the Silver in world s third Best time. Kenya s Keino after a Tonse week in which his life had been threatened in Anonymous let ters battled the scots into the final Straightaway before fad ing. He won the Bronze in after slowing to a Trot. Ron Clarke 33-year-old australian who holds 19 world re cords finished fifth and bowed out without Ever having won a Gold medal either at the olym pics or the Commonwealth games. Clarke is the world record Holder at meters with a clocking set in so tour Holm june the austra Lian Veteran has announced his retirement planning to wind up his career in Oslo aug. 5. With Queen Elizabeth among the crowd of and the fear that some fanatic might still try to shoot Keino police threw a guard around Meadowbank stadium. But All the excitement was in the race. The scottish Triumph in the meters was a Rich Reward for the fans who have packed the stadium Day after Day. Clarke said afterwards it was one of the great races of All time. There have been few races first Baptist women Triumph first Baptist Greenwood 18-4 blasted behind the pitching of Lynn Greer in women s sunday school softball. Peggy Jackson Barbara Harrison Mary Floyd and Lynn Greer All went 3-4 at the plate. Joy Mccaw was 1-2 for Greenwood. Grace swamped Southside 13 0 As Doris Stroman pitched the shutout. Gerry Hie son was 3-4 for Grace. Becky cypert took the loss for Southside As Julie Calcutt and Sharon Bell went 2 3. Grace beat College Park 21 11 As Doris Stroman picked up the win and Faye Elvis took the loss. Janice Allen and Gloria Hutson were 3-3 for College Park. Joyce Pridgen collected four hits for Grace. First Baptist stomped Immanuel 22-1. Lynn Greer picked up the win and Susan Hanna took the defeat. Barbara Harrison was 34, Laura Pardue and Candy Gay were 2 3 for the winners. Jackie Williams was 2-2 and Judy Hanna was 1-1 for the losers. First Baptist Southside 14-0 to crushed remain undefeated. Debra Allen took the win and Becky cypert was tagged with the loss. Laura Pardue led the winners As she was 2-4 while Judy player and Marsha playe in which the leading group ran so Well to the he added. Kenya s Consolation saturday was two Gold Rob Ert ouzo who won the 800 ters in and the or relay team which won in the track and Field events ended with Australia winning 10 Gold medals England seven Kenya Jamaica and Scotland four each. Jamaica won the men s 400 meter relay in 39.4, making Don Quarrie a triple Gold medallist. Earlier he won the 100 and 200 meters. Raelene Boyle anchored the australian women s team to vie by in the 400 meters relay in 44.1, and also took Home three Gold medals. Phil May of Australia won the Riple jump with a leap of 54 get 10 inches. Dave Steen of Canada took the shot put with a Oss of 63 feet a inches. Debbie Brill of Canada leaped 5 feet 10 inches to win the women s High jump. Petra Rivers of Australia took he javelin Gold medal for women with a heave of 170 feet 7 inches. England picked up the most medals two More Han Australia but the aussies had 36 Gold medals to England s 27. Close shag Crawford gets a close View of the play after new York s Tommie Agee right successfully stole Home to end a 10-inning game with the los angles dodgers at Shea stadium Friday night. Dodger Catcher Jeff Torborg under Crawford makes the tag try. The mets won 2-1. State s Interior line faces shakeup this year Raleigh there s been a major shake up in North Carolina state s department of he Interior. Wolf pack coach e a r 1 e Edwards and his staff must replace five starters in the line and four of the Ive were three year Letterman. We face a Challenge in the Iffe Siv said Edwards who in 1970 Fields his 17th Wolf pack squad. For attack to be successful As it has the past we must have Strong blocking and we Hope to Field a better passing attack which will require Protection for the quarterback. Some newcomers with Little or no experience will be playing but they show pro Southside. Greenwood squeezed b y Grace 17-15 in one of the most exciting games of the season. Debbie Lee took the win and Doris Stroman was charged with the loss. Debbie Lee was 4-5. Mellie Snipes and Trudy Kershner were 3-6, and Mamie Arrington hit a Home run for Greenwood. Patricia Miles was 2-5 and Mazie Bullard was 3-5 including a n Over the Fence Home run. Clay net tourney goes open Indianapolis a the National Clay court Tennis championships will become an open tournament when it opens monday for its 60th fling. For the second straight year the tournament will be played at the venerable Woodstock club Here. However for the first time in its Long and illustrious history the Clay court will be open to professional ten Nis players. The major problem presented by this development is that Many of the top pros Are under contract on the professional ten Nis tour and most of the Good ones will be in Louisville this week for the National Tennis classic. However tournament chair Man Stan Malless feels Safe in saying this year s Field should be the strongest in Clay court final summer clearance Large selection dress swimwear Bermuda shorts knit shirts Large selection ties Authur Richards Van Heusen Sero Hathway three convenient ways to shop sport jackets j Capps son the reason for this Confidence is the fact that 19 of the top 20 ranked players in the country including such top names As Stan Smith Cliff Richey Arthur Ashe Clark Graebner and Bob Lutz will be on hand for the week ions tourney. As usual the Clay court will be a showcase for most of the world s Davis cup teams. Also featured will be such woman net stars As top ranked Nancy Richey. Mary Ann cur tis and peaches Bartkowicz. To go along with All of this Talent Malless is also grinning Over the prize Money which has been upped from to american players May be hard pressed this year by foreign stars because of Confidence gained from he showing by for Eigners last year at Indian Apo is. He added. Wide end Wayne Lewis and tight end Robert Mclean Are Likely to be replaced by seniors George Botsko and Pete Sowirka respectively. Botsko missed most of last season after pre season knee surgery but has Good size 6-2, Speed and hands. Sowirka who has lettered twice in injury Ridden seasons should be an effective Blocker at 6-2 and 215 pounds. Senior Rich Starodub returns at one tackle but the graduation of two year starter Marvin Tharp leaves an opening Likely to be filled by a Durham Junior who played Little last season Bill Phillips. The guards will Don Jordan and Robby Evans Are gone and Bill Yoest 6-1. 220 and John Saunderson 6-0, 225 have earned the positions with Craig John also counted on to play extensively. Botsko has recovered from his knee injury and Sowirka has the strength to be effective s Well As being a Good said Edwards. But it in t easy for sophomores to break into the starting lineup and How quickly ours Settle Down will determine to a Good degree How successful we the most experience in the offensive line is represented by Junior Center Dan Sarik a 6-2, 210-Pounder who started As a sophomores. Two year starters Sophomore. Backing him up be will be Sophomore Bill Culbertson 6-2, royals Bop tribe Kansas City a Pat Kelly and cookie Rojas drilled consecutive two run singles in the seventh inning saturday breaking a 4-4 tie and the Kansas City royals to an 8-4 Victory Over the Cleveland indians. Consecutive homers by Rojas a two run shot and Amos Otis who also homered in the fourth _ n i j to local 35 8 9 8 total 33 j 6 4 gave the royals a 4-3 Lead in the Kansas o o 003 4 o o _ Cleveland 300001 Leon. Do Cleveland 2. Ted Uhlaender tied the game aty at 4-4 for Cleveland with a Lead off Homer in the Bottom of the Burgmeier w.3-4 Abe Namy Austin Lasher hic gins. Ellsworth Kansas City Cleveland a r h by a r h by Kelly of 4222 Pinson of j 1 0 0 Rojas 2b 5124 nellies 3b 4110 Otisco 5222 Foster if j 1 0 0 Pini Ellaf 4010 Sims c 3021 Roii Erlb 4000 Short Only 4001 Schaal 3b 2000 3 1 2 erode Gerc 3010 leones 3 0 0 a a Fitzer Riser 0100 2 0 0 of Abern thy 1010 lbrown2b 2010 Hernandz is 4 1 0 0 Austin p 2 0 0 of Johnson p 2000 Bradford pm 1 0 0 of brim Eief 0000 Lasher p 0 0 0 o Kirk Ptrick c 1 1 0 0 Higgins p 0 0 0 01 Hinton pm i 0 0 o1 Ellsworth p 0 0 0 of sixth. Should t know More about Dru than you do. Can do some Quick catching up with the straightforward easy to read Federal source Book answers to the most frequently asked questions about drug for your free copy Send in the Coupon below. Cleveland h. 2b Rojas h r Erbb so 5445 1000 0001 j j 4 2 34310 10010 r t i of cant plan Pur sons i. Iture for him. 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Inspect linings. 1 most american cars parts extra if needed Brake reline Here s what we do replace linings on All 4 wheels arc lining for perfect drum Contact wheel cylinders on All 4 wheels turn and True All 4 Brake Drums replace return Spring on All 4 wheels replace grease seals repack front wheel outer bearings All new parts none rebuilt Fords Chevy and american compacts. Other cars slightly higher Brake reline 3 Fine Quality linings to choose from Good guaranteed mites or one year 19 better guaranteed Miles or two years 24 29 Best guaranteed Miles or three years prices Are installed for Ford Dodge Chevrolet Plymouth and american compacts. Other cars slightly higher. We do All this replace old linings and shoes with Firestone lining adjust brakes for full drum Contact inspect Drums Hydraulic system return Springs and grease seals guarantee we our Brake lining for the Ifield number of ind Yein from Dite of ital lotion whichever come fit. 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