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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - June 5, 1970, Florence, South CarolinaIndians out slug Brewers Milwaukee a catch or Ray Fosse s three run Homer topped a 13-hit attack by the Cleveland indians thursday for an 8-4 Victory Over the Milkau Skee Brewers. Phil Hennigan who took Over after the Lead off Man Tommy Harper doubled off starter bar by Moore was the Winner. Moore left the game complain ing of a sore neck. Fosse s Homer came in the inning following a double by Vada Pinson an intentional walk and Duke Sims single on Pinson was thrown out at plate. The Homer was hit off John o Donoghue third Milwaukee Pitcher. Ted Savage hit a Homer for the Brewers in the fourth off Hennigan who was replaced by Higgins when tie brew ers rallied in the seventh. The indians got two in thei first on singles by Ted Uhlaender and Pinson a walk Tony Horton s sacrifice Fly and a walk to Eddie Leon with the bases loaded by Rookie Ray Peters. 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H r Erbb so in Moore 0 1 1 Henn Lgon w.4-1 42-3 7 3 3 2 3 he logins 2 20012 chances. 1-300001 Peters 2 64431 locker 2-321110 Odonoghue 41-3 4 3 3 2 1 Krausse 2 10021 hip by locker hockey Star was before fight no tag line new York a new York Hanger goalie Terry saw Chuk had been ailing for two weeks before the time of his re ported fight with teammate Ron Stewart Stewart s girl Friend was quoted As saying in the new York Post thursday. The paper said Rosemary Sasso 24, described Sawchuk As spitting up blood and i Hac pleaded with him to see a Doc Tor. But he just refused Sawchuk 40, one of hockey s greatest goalies died sunday after undergoing a series of operations dating from the april 29 incident Between him and Stewart. F witnesses have reportedly Jold Nassau county authorities that Stewart and Sawchuk Gol into a fight on april 29 in a Long Beach tavern and continued the a Wattle at the House they rented and shared in East Atlantic Mceach. La Nassau county grand jury yeas scheduled to hear testimony in the Case monday. Stewart Jias signed a waiver of immunity according to the county Dis Hrict attorney William Calm. There was no immediate word from the rangers about the possibility that Sawchuk might been Hurt before the april 89 incidents. A club spokesman said he knew of no recent injuries suffered by Sawchuk while playing Tut he added he had an awful Jot of injuries during his Ca t masonic notice a special communication of Amity Lodge no. 340 will be held at the masonic Temple on Friday june 5, 1970, . For the Pur v pose of conferring i. The master a degree. Members request cd to attend. Visiting masons welcomed. Refreshments. 1. D. E. Purvis . C. E. Jernigan . June 4 5 Florence airlines june 5, to 3-b majors begin plucking youths in annual summer free draft by Jack hand associated press sports writer new York a Michael to god negotiations with Mieir from West Palm Beach Fla. Ven a first baseman at Yale draft choices within 15 Days aft Botti selections were made in was picked by Washington in a or they become the double a round with Wash cautioning against any Viola 1 in ton picking for its Pitts Ivie a 17-year-old Catcher from no again any Vioa Ingon pricing or is is the world Champion new Decatur 3a Ami Steve tl0n of the com Field mass Tarn in the Eastern York mets picking 23rd in the in. J uru Usu Vilven f a non t late round. The world Champion new Ning the right handed pitching Ace of Stanford University were the first two players taken thursday in baseball s annal summer draft of free agents. Ivie a 6-foot-2, 198-Pound receiver whose defensive ability missioner Kuhn said any con-1 league of first round went for George orioles drafting 24th and last took James Roosevelt West a 6-3 Catcher from St. Louis. The draft is expected to up. Into the special phase Friday when players who had Bra obligation to refrain from con tact in any Way with a selected player. There have been Indica scouts went to the san Diego padres As the no. 1 selection. Tact with selected players of Jam brow a shortstop from Long grafted previously but had not will be suspicious Ratsso Beach. And the Baltimore signed will be picked again. On the face of it. You have an be Lour of the first nine. Four others pitchers and one was a shorts top. Mel Didier director of scout ing for Montreal and fatties of the summer draft of Catcher Bob who never have signed proves the Cleveland indians with signal contracts was expected to second Choice by virtue of their last place finish in the Ameri can league in 1969, grabbed Dunning a 6-2, 205-Pounder who result in the selection of More than Young men in the two Day period ending Friday. Some players Are eligible to Mike Martin is All smiles after selection Olympio s Martin was picked by the Phillies is regarded As nearly ready for be signed immediately. Others the big time after compiling a 13-2 record at Stanford. He is 21 and thus eligible for the draft along with All june High school grads College grads and Junior College athletes. Commissioner Bowie Kuhn opened the draft meeting at a Midtown hotel with a warning against tempering with other club s selections. He also told the 24 clubs they were obligated to conduct meaningful honest Boston breezes past twins by Dave o Hara associated press sports writer Boston a Mike an Drews and Billy Conigliaro continued their hot hitting with homers and Carl Yastrzemski contributed three singles thursday As the Boston red sox breezed to a 5-1 Victory Over the Minne Sota twins. Veteran right hander Sonny Sieber earned his fifth Victory in seven decisions As the red sox made it two straight Over Minnesota. Andrews who has 10 hits his tied Down and allowed three hits the rest of the Way. The twins who Haven t been blanked this year in leading the american league s West Divi Sion averted a shutout on a sin Gle by Paul Ratliff a sacrifice Mann continues to Lead Lyga and Carew s two out single in the fifth. Singles Krzemski by and Andrews Yas Rico Petrocelli a Tanta englehorn s last week s o Sullivan open at a Shirley Victory in last 14 times at Bat drilled a Winchester va., vaulted her . Artim 11th in Towon Ruvi in Trio two run Homer his fifth into the left Field screen in the sixth finishing Minnesota starter Jim Kaat. Conigliaro a last minute re placement for injured brother right Field extended his lilting Streak to six games by following with his fourth Homer a Long shot into the screen in left Center off reliever Bill Siebert gave up harmless sin Gles to Cesar Tovar and Rod provided a Boston run in the third the red sox then moved in front to stay in the fifth on a walk and singles by Reggie Smith and Yastrzemski. Kaat took the loss Only his second. The Veteran left hander has five. Minnesota Boston a r h by of r h by Tovar of 4010 Andrews Job 3222 Crew 2b Olivo it 4021 Cong 4000 Ysler Mykl if Arew to Start the game but set and Donna Caponi from Lith on the la Dies professional Golf association earnings list for 1970 announced Here tuesday. Carol Mann continues to Lead the list with followed by Sandra Haynie with Kathy Whitworth Mari Lynn Smith Betsy Rawls Joann Prentice miss englehorn Sandra Palmer Mary Mills Killebrew 3b 3 0 0 0 a Smith of Reese in 4000 Petrolli 3b real Csc if 4010 Scott in Cardenas is 4000 Alvaro do is 4010 3100 3000 Alyea pm Barber p 3110 sat Lono c 1000 Siebert p 0000 1000 0 o o 0 to flow 32 1 5 1 total 30 5 10 Minnesota 003 Boston 001 613 66 5 , Tolva. Minnesota 3. 6, Boston 1. Must still be graduated or com plete school or College eligibility. Clubs draft in reverse older of last year s finish. Each major league team takes one pick for itself one for a triple a farm and one for a double a farm. However unlimited drafting is permitted at the class a level. Of course the players do not belong to the teams that drafts them. The Only thing involved is an exclusive negotiating right. If the player decides not to sign his name goes Back into the Pool 1 for future drafting depending on his eligibility. There was a stir in mid morn ing when David Eisenhower son in Law of president Nixon and grandson of the late presi Dent Eisenhower arrived to help the Washington club draft. David is employed by the Sena tors in their Public relations department. David s face was red when he announced a player Pitcher Fred Seibly of Granada Hills Calif who already had been picked by san Diego for its Elmira . Farm club earlier in the same round. The senators quickly shifted gears and Eisenhower announced that the club selected Steve Baumiller also a Pitcher Kaat Siebert. Zepp Siebert w.5-2 in h 5 1-3 2.3 2 2 0 r Erbb so 4444 1100 0020 1 1 1 Kant receiver has a be another Johnny was High on the expos first round Choice of Barry Foote an 18-year-old Catcher from Smith Field . Tidied said the 6-3 205-Pound Chance to the Milwaukee Brewers Gen eral manager Marvin Milkes said his first pick Darrell por Ter of Oklahoma City had Good Power. He also was an outstand ing football player in school. The Phillies consider Jim Martin their no. Selection a Ohe Noni. The 18-year-old left handed Pitcher had a 13-0 record at Columbia s.c., a perfect 9.00 earned run average and had struck out 224 of the 249 men he faced in 83 innings. Roy Sievers son Robin was drafted by the St. Louis Cardi nals farm at St. Petersburg Fla Sievers is a third baseman from St. Louis his dad played for the St. Louis Browns among other teams. Hank Greenberg s son Ste play Ball at Batt Batt now open every night monday thru Friday . Saturday and sunday . To . Batt Batt Airport 301 North Florence keys made by professional bonded locksmiths fludd s 250 South Church St. Real Sippari whiskey old Pine stumps Are Worth Money to Charlotte from Charlotte a m. Sex. Sat., Sun. P. M. Mon. T Fri. Only r m. Sex. Sol. A. M. Sex. Sal., Sun. 3.00 a m. Mon. S Fri. Only Csir m. In. 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