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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - June 3, 1970, Florence, South Carolina2-b wednesday june 3, 1970 join Kwiw in orning of Frau top ten by the bused on m at Bolt. American league cab r 33 132 22 51 47 186 28 65 37 140, 26 50 42 158 31 55 .348 48 183 2? 63 u 125 is 42 .33a a 183 40 61 44 182 31 60 44 152 50 .329 40 145 23 43 .329 Placer club Carew Man Cal Boi a Porcio Chi ook Pinson Cle White by Sljva Man k hebrew win Kollner Dei Home runs , Baltimore 15 , Washington 15 Killebrew Minnesota 14 muncher Oakland 12 Costa Emsil Boston 12. Runs batted in Baltimore 40 Olivet Minnesota 40 Walton Milwaukee 35 hebrew Minnesota 37 Cater new York 36. Pitching 6 decisions Plant Minnesota 6-0, 1.000 Kaat m Nesoto 5-1, .833 , new York 7.2, .773 Palmer Baltimore 6-2, .750 Mcnally Baltimore 8-3, .727. National league g a r h pet. 46 165 45 72 .436 50 189 42 71 .376 46 142 27 53 .373 42 157 26 55 .350 42 162 16 56 .346 51 205 33 69 .337 50 191 27 64 .331 50 191 45 64 .335 38 133 18 44 .3 42 146 17 43 .329 p yer club Carty at i can Grober Keltz la Dietz of Clemente ugh Gaston so Mertke Ken Herderson of Shamsky by Fibner ugh Home runs Perez Cincinnati 18 Colbert san leg 17 Schallen St. Louis 16 Atlanta 16 , Chicago 1 Mccovey son Francisco 15. Runs batted in Perez Cincinnati 53 , Allan 45 Carty Atlanta 45 Chicago 45 Tetz san Francisco 43 Mccovey son Francisco 43. Pitching 6 decisions Nash Atlanta 7-1, .875 Simpson Cincinnati 6-1, .857 , Atlanta 5. ,ei3 Merritt Cincinnati 10-3, .769 Nolan Cincinnati 6-2, .750. Florence triumphs 5 to 2 this past week marked tin opening of the pee Dee Palmetto majors Colts season. The league is divided into 2 divisions this year the Western and Eastern. The latter is composed of the Darlington dodgers Darlington Yankees Hartsville and the Florence rebels. The Darlington dodgers played Host to Florence in the opening game with Florence coming out on top 5-2. The win Pitcher for Florence was speedy Gaskins As he allowed the dodgers Only 3 scattered hits. Florence had a Good Day at the plate As they picked up hits against several Dart pitchers. Al Singletary led the hitting 3-4 with 2 singles and a Huble. Marty Avin and speedy Askins also turned in doubles r Florence. The rebels a cd a very Hoefl defensive me with a lot of credit to Avin the second baseman who made several excellent plays. Florence meets the Yankees Here at wednesday and the dodgers travel to Hartsville. Essential says Devine of the Reserve clause City slate correction mens sunday school softball league slow pitch wednesday Dawsey methodist is. St. Paal methodist electro motive thursday Rehoboth Baptist is. College Park Baptist Greenwood Friday Mizpah Baptist is St. Anthony s Greenwood Duke opticians Complete Eye Glass service pm. 662-0691 169 w. Cheves Florence pirate scores pirates second baseman Dave Cash 10 slides safely into Home As san Diego padres Catcher Christ Cannizzaro Waits for late throw from right Field monday night. Cash scored on a seventh inning hit by Richie Hebner As the pirates went on to win 5-1. Mclaren Dies in Auto crash by Richard Wagstaff associated press writer Goodwood England a Bruce Mclaren one of the world s top racing Drivers was filled Here tuesday when he Rashed at 180 Miles an hour Hile testing an experimental a of his own design. The 32-year-old new zealand a who won the coveted Canam Canada America series last ear in his own special racer among the wealthiest drive designers in uie sport. Mclaren spun out of control n a High Speed run at the Good Wood circuit and rammed an Arth Bank. His md8 sports car Drake in two and exploded on Impact. He was dragged Clear Tut he died within minutes. Mclaren who had been at the of of the big time in internal onal motor racing for almost 0 years had been considering retiring from the track. As a builder of racing cars he was Lanning to quit driving to do ote More time to handling the business Side of his motor Rac in activities. In the 1969 Canam series Mclaren scored a runaway ser is of victories collecting top whey in each of the seven aces making up the Challenge. In recent years he had been partnered by fellow new Zea Der Dennis Hulme in the Bril ant Orange cars which formed in Mclaren team. Only last month Mclaren de ded against personally com eting in the Indianapolis 500 Assoc. Hulme the Lone my Aren team entry was severely burned in practice. Hulme is now recovering from his injuries in the United states. The car in which Mclaren died was one he was preparing for the 1970 Canam series. Mclaren hit the Auto racing highlights in his native new zealand when he was Only 20 years old and gained a scholar ship to Europe As the most promising Driver of the year. When he first came to Britain in 1958 he was hailed As the big Gest find of the year equalling Stirling Moss Lap record in the British grand prix at England s Aintree circuit. In december of the same year he won the . Grand prix at Sebring following that with a Victory in the 1960 Argentine grand prix. He was second in the grand prix standings in 1960, third in 1969. Mclaren married a new Zea land girl Patricia in 1961, after having postponed the wedding once to allow him to take part in the . Grand prix. They have a daughter. In 1962 he won both the Monte Carlo prix and Rheims Gram prix and in 1964 achieved a Long standing ambition by becoming the first new Sealander to win his own country s grand prix. He did it at a record Speed in a car he had designed himself. Florence Drivers racing in Columbia Columbia the Florence contingent is making its presence known in the weekly thursday night racing a t Columbia Speedway. The most Johnson wins his 3rd race a Flat tire in the seconds of last week s final race that foiled a sure Victory seemed to spark the determination of Veteran Junior Johnson As he easily sailed to Victory in Friday night s sportsman event at the Dillon Speedway. It was Johnson s third win of the season. Johnson in a Chevelle was trailed All 40 laps by Jimmy Hatchell for a one two finish for the popular Florence team. Jackie Rogers was third car Wash with fill up of 10 or More Gallons of our Texaco sky chief or fire chief gasoline. Today Only five Points Texaco adjacent to Florence mall ahead of Mutt Powell Don Blackwell Tommy b o s t i c k Richard Kelley and h. Prichard. As David Munnerlyn pulled away in his Falcon from the Competition for his second modified win of the year fans led their attention to the cot ton Gray Archie Adams Battle for second. The two Chevrolet pilots swapped positions in and out of every Corner before Gray took permanent Possession of the position with Only three laps remaining. Adams was third followed by Harold Steen Richard Kelley Jimmy Creech Herman Jordan and James Andrews. Charles Lowell remains the top Man in the Rookie division. This week the Florence Ace won his ninth of the year. Milton Caskey finished second Jackie Johnson third Wayne Andrews fourth and d. L. Suggs fifth. Beginning this week the Dillon Speedway will move its three card racing program to saturday night. Gales will open at . For Drivers and fans. Time trials precede races that will begin at . Successful of the pee Dee area residents is Jimmy Hatchell who has known the taste of Victory twice in feature races at the half mile Oval South of Columbia. Hatchell along with Sammy Ard Mutt Powell and Junior Johnson Are All driving out of the All America City. And they la test their Chevrolet again this week in the 40 Lap main event the finale to a six race 100 Lap program. It begins at thursday night. For Hatchell it will be an attempt with a third Victory. His second straight. In mind. Hell also be rating Sam Sommers. Don Bumgardner and Larry Miller in Fords. Haskell Willingham Doug Cox Jennings o Neal and j i m Mcneal in comets. And the Chevy of Thomas Lane and Jim Deason. Hobby racing features Ray Cagle s Ford Falcon t h e Chevrolet of Howard Boone Mike Willingham and a1 Singleton and another dozen or so Drivers in a 20 Lap preliminary. An innovation by which fans arc eligible to win a purse of their own. The pick the dinners contest. Will Start this week. The Jackpot starts with 50 dollars and fiilds until a fan selects the of five winning cars in order. No Purchase is necessary to be eligible for the guessing game. New York a Bing de Vine the Man who traded Curt flood to the Philadelphia Phil testified for the defense in the antitrust Sui against baseball that the Trad no of players is an essential element of the sport. Same time under Cross examination the St. General Man Ager admitted the club had. Exercised the controversial option clause in a player s contract after slugger Richie Al Len and Pitcher Steve Carlton had become holdouts. In that manner Devine seemed to Aid hot sides in the his testimony under direct sex defense counsel Mark Hughes established that in Devine s opinion trading contracts of players plays a comparable role to player development in the building of a Eam. It is certainly most import said Devine who said uie spent in the neighbourhood of million for player development and player acquisition during the 1969 sea son. Devine also pointed out the cardinals of .964 included six key players acquired by trades flood Lou Brock Bill White Julian Javier Dick Groat and Barney Schultz. Flood traded to the Phillies by the cardinals following the 1969 season objected to the transaction asked commissioner Bowie Kuhn for Relief and when it was denied brought the suit challenging baseball s re serve system. Under Cross examination by one of flood s attorneys Jay Topkis Devine said he had exercised the option renewal clause in the cases of Allen and Carlton while the two players were holdouts earlier this Spring. Devine said both players had been sent notices to that affect but Fiat both subsequently signed contracts calling for salary increases an estimated per cent in Allen s Case and estimated 20-25 per cent in Carlton s Case. It is flood s Contention that she option renewal clause is facet of the Reserve system that enables the sport to operate in restraint of Trade. When management exercises the option the player is automatically r signed. Flood s counsel also used de Vine to establish the fact that he lad conducted contract Neotia ions for the cardinals in 1968 despite the fact he was an executive with the new York mets he previous year who had seen the la m. Louis club play Only it 10 said he thought uie Reserve system was reasonable lat apparently was to necessary for baseball. Ier testimony by me it s the Best gue president said. Nobody s come up us Feeney that an anything different. If you arbitrator would not be the name everybody factory solution to would be by disputes because said he agreed with id not be Able to see a of the previous testimony to of the games in which baseball commissioner Bow Ifica player Kuhn and National league be two defense witnesses Charles Feeney who afternoon were to the Reserve system Neces form National to baseball. Asked if the and now a negotiating position a Caster and Joe weaker than the clubs he Erica league Lutz breezes through two Early net rounds Hyndman takes opening round Newcastle Northern in and a Billy Hyndman Philadelphia began his Chas after another meeting with eng and s Michael Benallack b easily winning his first Roan Natch in the British Amateur Olf tournament tuesday. Hyndman who lost to Bonn. Ack in last year s final was on under Par for 16 holes Elimina no Greg Young of Ireland and 2. Hyndman. Spiced hound Over the Royal country own Par 71 Cours Vith two birdies and an Eagle. Benallack 35, who won 7 an in his first match monday loved one round ahead Hyndman by ousting r. M Iane of Ireland 4 and 3, in the second round on his try for Fth title and an untre Vendeni de third in a Row. By the end of this second Day Only a score of the original 5 entered were still i be running As 10 of the 20 we played their first round matche tuesday were beaten. Among the winners were for Ier Walker cupper Bob Garter of Beverly Hills Calif. Frank Strafaci of Miami dal Lorey of High Point . Apt. J. K. Matheny of the u. S any chuch Van Linge of Poi . Rodway England Defeated w. P of Gaierty Woodland Calif. 4 and 2. D. E. Ordwoy. Defeated e. W anlage Hollywood Fla., d and 3 e. Mccann Sanfo Anc Calif. Noted d. K. Corcorn irelnd 4 and it Ink so Rafael Miami won by default r. L. Wylie Canada Defeated r. E Anna Pebble Beach Calif., on 19th Hole Donald brew England Defeated e Eister jr., Willoughby Ohio on 19tl in Charles Green Scotland Defeated Marl Cormack Cleveland on 20th Hole. Job Gardner Beverly Hills Calif., de a cd j. J. Jamison Ireland 2 and 1. Or. James Crawford Winston Salem c. Defeated Ray Graulich farming in. Y., 6 and 5. Dale Morey High Point n. C., defeat in Jennings Birmingham Mich., 7 one round Michael Benallack England Defeated r. M. Kane Ireland 4 and 3 pj3s5pcdnjune 2 Oliver cough Ireland Defeated c. Spaeth Palo Alto Calif., 5 Ond 3. Boyd o Donnell la Jolla Calif., Defeated v. I. Niven Ireland on 19th Hole. Hunter Mcdonald Detroit Defeated j. G. Solveson Scolland 6 and 4 Lyle Gray Palo Alto Calif won by de fault Andy Mcdade England Defeated Gal Green los Vogos nev., 3 and 1. Pj43iped june 3 keys made by professional bonded locksmiths fludd s Church is. Plus fed. Tax and old tire sire replace orig. C78-m 693-u 30.v5 All Standard sizes available Tola Valley Bari san Jose Calif.,and Mike Ford of Yonkers n. The american victims included Mark Mccormack of Cleve land the manager of Arnold Palmer Jack Nicklaus and Gary player John Jennings of Birmingham Mich. Bob Sweeny of Palm Beach Fla. Bryan rust of Columbus a. James Mchugh of Newton Cen Ter mass. William Castelman or. Of Monaco and Midland Tex. And Gene Howard of Chi Cago. Gardner 49 years old beat j. J. Jamison of Ireland 2 and 1, while Mccormack lost to Char lie Green Scotland s Walker cupper on the 20th Hole. Joe Carr of Ireland three time Winner of this title began to show his age of 48 by losing to South african k. A. Solomon and 3. Manchester England a Bob Lutz of los an Geles the top seeded . Davis up Star breezed through two matches tuesday in the Early rounds of the North of England Tennis championships. A number of tha other top players still had t arrived yet from the French open tournament. Lutz was joined in the fourth round by Steve Fiske of Santa Barbara Calif. Tom Gorman of Seattle and Butch Seewagen of new York in men s play. Fiske beat Adriano Zanatta of Ley of new zeland 7-5, 6-3 Gor Italy 5-7, 8-6, 6-3 and Ian Bever Man ousted Simon Partridge of Britain 6-3, 6-2, and Seewagen halted Mel Baleson of South Africa 6-3, 7-5. Mast inks pact new York a Eddie Mast the Bookie of the year in the Eastern league last season signed a contract tuesday with he new York kicks Cham pions of the National basketball association. 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