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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - June 25, 1970, Florence, South CarolinaPrize Cage catch signs with unc Chapel Hill . A Tom Mcmillen newest and by Gest catch of University i North Carolina basketball coach Dean Smith says he wants be in the truest sense of the worlds a student Mcmillen the most sought afer High school player in the a lion wants to play on the 197 . Olympic basketball lean standings Bolt More new York Detroit Boston Cleveland Washington american league East w l 8 41 27 .603 .516 484 .442 .448 33 31 31 33 30 35 30 37 West Minnesota 40 22 ,645 California 37 2ft .569 4 Oakland 38 31 .551 Chicago 25 42 .373 17kansas City 24 41 .369 17 Milwaukee 22 44 .333 20 results Baltimore of Boston Cleveland 7, new York 2 1st new York 5, Cleveland 4 2d Detroit at Washington Chicago at California 2 Kansas City at Oakland Minnesota at Milwaukee thursday s games Chicago 5-10 of California Wright. Night Minnesota Perry 10-5 at Milwaukee Krausse night Detroit Cain 5-2 at Washington bos Man night Cleveland Dunning i of at new York Peterson night Baltimore Cuellar 8-4 at Boston Nogy 1-4 Only games scheduled National league East w l pet. Go new York 36 31 537 Chicago 35 31 .530 Pittsburgh 35 35 .500 St. Louis 32 34 .4b5 Philadelphia 30 35 .462 4 Montreal 25 42 .373 11 West Cincinnati 4s 21 .696 los Angeles 39 30 .565 9 Atlanta 36 30 .545 10 s Francisco 32 36 .471 Houston 30 40 429 san Diego 30 43 .411 20 results Montreal at Philadelphia Mew York 9, Chicago 5 1st new York 6, Chicago 1 2d St. Louis at Pittsburgh los Angeles of at Toner san Diego at Houston s Francisco at Cincinnati National league Montreal Nye 1-0 of Philadelphia g. Jackson night new York Koosman 2-4 at Chicago hoi Timan s-4 St. Louis Carlton 4-8 at Pittsburgh Vole night los Angeles Osteen 9-7 or Sutton 9-5 at Atlanta Reed night Only games scheduled promoter seeks title contest Helena Mont. Apel Mer Boyce Missoula boxing promoter said tuesday he had been contacted by Lou Viscussi manager of Light heavyweight boxing Champion Bob Foster about the possibility of a world heavyweight title fight in Mon Tana this fall. Boyce in Helena on business said Viscussi was interested in a fight Between Foster and and Hopes to become a surgeon. He called Smith about . Tuesday from his Home in Mansfield pa., with the news that he intends to sign with unc. Smith was in Mansfield wednesday afternoon presumably to sign the 6-11 High schoo Star. Mcmillen will receive the Wil Ham Donald Carmichael scholarship a new scholarship Foi academically outstanding ath letes. It provides the maximum financial Aid permitted under Mcaa rules. The scholarship is in memory of William Carmichael for whom unc s new coliseum named. Mcmillen was at the top his class academically presi Dent of the student Council firs trombonist in the school band a prize winning orator and at altar boy. After much deliberation i have decided to enter the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. I feel that the University of North Carolina meets my requirements both a cadent Mically and he said in a statement. The reason i delayed my decision was to insure the right Jne. And i think i have made he right Smith said he was thrilled at to Mcmillen s Choice and that he will be a great asset to the University in More ways than ust his Mcmillen s brother Jay was a handout at Maryland. Tom Mcmillen played Forward flaming 8tjim thursday june 25, 1970 5-b mets sweeps pair to take East Lead Chicago a the York mets captured he new National league East Lead wednesday knocking the Chic Chicago cubs off he Roos by sweeping a double header 9-5 and 6-1 behind the pitching of Tom Seaver and Nolan Ryan uie cubs retiring 12 batters in a Row Over one stretch. Tug Mcgraw finished giving Only one More hit. The mets scored three runs in the second on five singles with Wayne Garrett who the opener Gene Matthews right is greeted at Terry Grantham Center offers hand Home plate after hitting Homer in eighth while Olanta Catcher Darry Ruthven looks on Matthews cracks Homer to give Florence 2-1 win t Mansfield High scoring mints in his career. Two Hundred and 25 schools approached the youngster seek no him As a Forward or Center or their team. Reds Shade giants Cincinnati a John Lee May drilled eighth inning world heavyweight Joe Frazier. Champion Viscussi and Yancy Durham manager of Frazier have been discussing the possibility of the fight and plans for a meeting Between the three been set up tentatively for next week ii ice said. Foster has a title bout this weekend in Baltimore Boyce said against Mark Tessman of Houston ranked sixth in the Light heavyweight standings by ring Magazine. Ench and consecutive omers propelling Cincinnati to 5-4 Victory Over san fran so wednesday night in the eds final game Ever at Rosley Field. The reds had played Rosley Field since 1912 by ill open play at the Cincinnati Iver front stadium on june a crowd of turned out for the finale. Bench knotted the score 4-4 by Gregory Martin morning news sports editor Gene Matthews slammed his Semley if tonner of Welch 3b Evans in p Copeland of Mcclary p Hill in Schnibben pm totals Florence Miles is race 2b Matthews 3b Richardson of Hatchell in Parker of Turner c Johnson p totals Olanta a i 4 3 3 Wiki his 25th Homer a Trot Nondous shot Over the scoreboard in left Centerfield. May followed with his 19th Homer and sent starter Juan Marichal to the showers. The shots by Bench and May marked the eighth time this year the reds have registered consecutive homers and Bency and May have performed the feat together on four occasions. The reds had taken a 2-1 Lead in the second As Tommy Helms knocked in a run with a ground out and Woody Woodward drove in a run with a grounder on which Tito Fuentes threw wildly to first base. The giants mounted a 4-2 Lead in the fourth As Marichal cracked a run scoring single and Fuentes followed with a single to score a run. Third Home run of the season Over the Loftfield Fence in the last of the eighth inning to drive in the winning run As the Florence legion juniors nipped Olanta 2-1 wednesday night in a league Iii game. Southside High hurler Ricky Johnson pitched a six hitter in is first Start of the season he Field coach Don Buddin s Olan a forces to an unearned run in the first inning. Florence now has a 6-2 season record while Olanta is 1-6 for the Campaign. Johnson walked three and struck out two As he went the distance for Florence. Guy Mcclary had a one hit shutout Tor Olanta through the first five innings but was taken out in the eighth with a four hitter and charged with the loss. The Kingstree High Pitcher j walked four and fanned five As Rar Frt him tit his season record dropped to 1- _. A Robert Hunter 11 vim Marr a narc san Etc wn1 four Florence hits. Olanta took a 1-0 Lead in the top of the first after Darry Ruthven hit a ground bail single to left with one out and Olanta Rollins 2b 3 1 0 1 31 a 2 2 4 4 3 3 4 Florence 100 m i s 000 001 4 2 h r Erbb so Mcclary l 1-2 71-3422245 Evans 2.30 0 0 1 0 Terry Floyd cracked a ground Rule double under the Fence in Loftfield. Tommy Smiley walked to Load the bases and Tanner hit a slow bouncer to shortstop that was booted to let the Only Olanta run score. Welch then popped to right and Evans lined oui to Grantham in left. Florence tied it up in the sixth after Miles led off with a walk and went to second on a passed Ball. Charly Grace bunted and was Safe when the throw pulled the first Sacker off the bag. Matthews hit into a Force out at second As Grace broke up the double play and Miles in Johnson w 1.0 961032 scored. Richardson singled to right and Sammy Hatchell walked to Load the bases but Grantham s Force out at the plate and Parker s line out to third ended the inning. Florence put a runner on third with one out in the Johnny Turner s a sacrifice but seventh on double and Miles popped to Short and Grace went Down swinging. Matthews led off the eighth by polling his Homer Over the Loftfield Fence and Florence threatened to score More by loading the bases with one out. However a double play killed that rally. Olanta put a runner on first with two out in the ninth via a walk but an infield out ended the game. Florence hosts Cheraw at 8 . Friday while Olanta is Home t o Timmonsville. Timmonsville nips Cheraw r Robert Hunter the win also enabled Tim Cheraw As Stokes lined a american Florence left fielder Grantham made the top Fielding play of the night in the top of he sixth when he raced far Back to make a great one handed snare of a Long Belt by James Welch. Grantham also made Good catches in the first and eighth innings. Plant a third baseman Welch leaped i pfc to pick off a liner by Russell Parker will the bases loaded in the sixth inning that Saver Olanta a couple of . Florence shortstop Marion Miles came up with a leaping Stab of a liner by Glenn Evans n the ninth and Cente fielder Rusty Richardson made a Good diving Stop of a single by Steve the sixth. Carl Copeland led the Olanta lifting with two singles in three rips to the plate while mat hews Richardson Grantham on and Toh nov Turner had the Hoy morning news sports writer Terry Wallace Perry Stokes run scoring double in the eighth inning snapped a 2-2 tie and enabled Timmonsville to Mansville to maintain its tie with the Florence legion team which Defeated Olanta 2-1. Both teams Are on top of the league Iii race with 6-2 records. With too out in the eighth squeeze by Cheraw 3-2 in an legion game j Bill Stephens drilled a single to wednesday night. Timmonsville Stephens of Stokes is Beasley 2b Norwood in Cannarella 3b Home of Howell p White p h Gordon p totals Cheraw Fields 2b Mcquhae in Gainey 3b Jacobs c beam if Rosser of Canavis 3b, in Dir hers of Whitfield is English p left and Stokes followed with his double to score Stephens. Wayne Howell picked up the win his second of against no defeats the but year relieved in the eighth by Tim Gordon. Jerry English was the losing Pitcher and went All the Way to suffer his first loss of the season against one win. Timmonsville which slaughtered Florence on Mon Day 13-2, appeared to be on the to doing the same to Cheraw As Stokes lined a one single to left in the first inning and moved to second when the left fielder made an error on the Ball. The next two batters flied out however and Cheraw got out of the inning with no real damage done. Upset minded Cheraw did however manage to do a Little damage itself in the first As Larry Fields came Home on a sacrifice bunt by Eddie beam. Fields got on on an error. Otway in totals Timmonsville Cheraw Howell i 31 1 4 110 10 1 i 100 001 2 4 3 Ion 8 and Lynch j Jacobs i Lowell 2-0 is announces Grid slate meets Wilson in opener by Gregory upper Atlantic con morning news sports champions could be the Southside Falcons will of the top teams in the playing in the new league. St. John s is also Baba conference this to be stronger than which will also include year s erratic club that John s of Darlington very Good in some St. John s and Marion members of the league originally scheduled to play Wilson of Florence other conferences in the Lake City Man realigned High school Kingstree May Wood and setup but shifted Over to Branch of Summerton. And integration Marion which loses Only school systems will make couple of Ball players from of the teams unknown orioles fall 6-5 Boston a Dick Schofield tripled with the bases loaded and scored the tie breaking run on Reggie Smith s sacrifice Fly wednesday night As the Boston red sox rallied for five runs in the seventh in Ning to defeat Pic Baltimore orioles 6-5. Trailing 5-1, started their the big red sox rally As George Scott walked and stole second with one out. Billy walked before singled Scott Home finishing Baltimore Congilaro also Tom sol Iriina starter Jim Hardin. Pinch hitter Mike Fiore then Drew a walk off reliever Eddie Watt to Load the bases. Schofield playing Only because regular second baseman Mike Andrews came up with a last minute Back in jury then drilled a line shot to deep right Center to tie the game. Smith who had accounted for the first red sox run with his seventh Homer in the first inning flied deep to Centerfield to score Schofield. Quantities As the Grid season begins. When Wilson and Southside open the season at memorial stadium on sept. 4, it will Mark the first football meeting Between any of the three Florence schools. Mcclenaghan and Southside have played four baseball games and All three have competed in the Optimist relays in track. Southside coach ears Wilson says he hates to lose Hartsville Georgetown and Chester from the schedule. We had just been playing enough in that league to begin some Good rivalries and now we have to Start All he laments. We have Good travel conditions in this conference though with no one More than 50 Miles away and it could develop into a Good he says. The Southside coach says he thinks he will have an experienced Backfield returning from last year s 5-4-1 team though he has lost Bobo Parker and Ryan pro scr by graduation. Quarterback Rusty Richardson will be returning As will Allan harder. We have Russell Parker Back at halfback and he s really grown up. We also have Willie Sellers Back who played a Good bit at fullback last Tim Hanna who played quarterback As a Reserve last year might be switched to end according to Wilson. We have Ken Mccracken at end Jack Miller at tackle and David Smith at defensive Wilson says. Some of our younger boys will have to fill in at the other positions such As guard and tackle. The Falcons will play their other nine conference opponents this year plus Myrtle Beach. The Southside schedule Timmonsville knotted t h e score in the fourth and went ahead in the fifth. Cheraw proved it was not yet i out of the contest As it pushed across another run in the sixth. Bobby Jacobs Drew a base on alis to open the Cheraw sixth stole second advanced to third on a single by Robin Rosser land came Home on sacrifice Fly by Grady Chavis. But Timmonsville then iced i the win with the run in the i Gordon did a Superb Job of Houston a Jim Relief in the eighth and Nim Wynn s three run Homer and he fanned three batters and Hie tight Relief pitching of Jim Lave up no hits. Ray brought the Houston astros a s-4 Victory wednesday night and a sweep of a three game series with the san Diego padres. Wynn s first inning Home homered in the opener and the mets winning nine of i driving in a run and to their last 11 games while j another crossing on an infield Chicago has lost six in a Row out swept the four game Edge As t key added two in the the cubs dropped from the Lead seventh on Duffy Dyer s rib for the first time since april and. Harrelson s sacrifice Fly. It Kafoed Rookie Archie Reynolds 0-2, Makine Cleon Jones drove in four his first Start of the season. Runs and Tommie Agee produced three to Back Seaver s seven hit pitching in the opener. Seaver 11-5, struck put 11 to run his league leading total to 151. Two of the hits off Seaver came in the ninth when Paul Popovich walked Jack i Alt doubled and Ernie Banks hit Pinch Homei i Bui hands 9-6, the first of Moeller Blanks Atlanta Atlanta a right hander Joe Moeller hurled a six hit shutout wednesday night a rash Angeles dodgers wild pitches and errors to to their straight up an 8-1 Lead Ryan breezed to his fifth Vic tory in 10 decisions in the i rolled to their third Victory Over Atlanta 7-0. Moellers 3-2, retired 1 4 batters in a Row after Mike Nightcap yielding Only one hit before leaving after seven innings. Don Kessinger led off the Nightcap with a single and eventual scored on an infield Lum had belted a one out single to right in the third the Only inning Moeller was in trouble. But with Lum at first and Sonny Jackson who had singled out. From then on Ryan stifled at third Moeller struck out Hank Aaron before Rico Carty bounced out to end the inning. Gil Garrido reached on an error to Start the Atlanta eighth but was stranded at third. The dodgers scored in the first when Bill Grabarkewitz singled and scored when Jim Lefebvre forced Wes Parker at second. Los Angeles added another run in the sixth. Manny Mota started the inning with a double to left and later stored on parkers sacrifice Fly to Center. Then la added five in the ninth with Lefebvre s double touching off the rally. Montreal wins 8-0 Philadelphia a Oarl Moron fired a three hitter wednesday night pitching the Montreal expos to a 8-0 Victory Over the Philadelphia Phillies. The expos bunched High hits to score six of their runs in the fifth toning knocking out Phi life starter Chris Shor and continuing the assault against reliever Billy Wilson. Coco Laboy started the big inning with a single and then John Bateman doubled Laboy Home. When Byron Browne bobbled the Ball Ron fairly singled driving in Bateman and. Look second on the throw. Bob by wine knocked out Short with a run scoring single. Wine Wen to second on a sacrifice third Rai a wild pitch and scored on Mack Jones hit. Gary Sutherland and rust saute singled and both scored adar Leo Phillips singled. Tigers top senators 3-2 Washington Mickey Stanley s run scoring single in following the 10th inning double by Dick Mcavliffe sent the Detroit tigers to a 3-2 Triump hover the Washington senators wednesday night. Mcauliffe s one out Bloop Bateman homered in the double came off reliever Darold Ocar Gamble Coll Clad doubles for to j Knowles 1-6, who had come in to the game at the Start of the Don Money making his frs i inning. Stanley then drilled his appearance since May 21. I hit to left making reliever de. It was the second shutout Fred Schermann 2-1, the or Morton 7-5. I Winner. Houston nips san Diego 5-4 his 12th of the season was the Little outfielder s first this month. He followed a single by Cesar Cedeno and a walk to Joe Jorgan with a blast to the left Field seats off loser Al san Torini. Santorini 1-6, departed in the third when the astros scored twice on singles by Denis Menke Bob Watson and John Edwards and Denny Lemaster s squeeze bunt the padres got one Back on Clarence Gaston s Lith Homer of the year in the third. They tallied again on a walk hit batsman and wild pitch in the fifth and Bob Barton slugged a two run Homer in the sixth. Brewers fall 3-2 this brought Ray from the bullpen and he stopped Hie padres on just one hit until the ninth when Fred Gladding stadium 11, at Bishop Vike 18, Lake Coly 25, at Manning. Oct. 2, St. Johns 9, at Marion 16, Myrtle Beach 23, at Kingstree 30 May Wood. Nov. 6, Scott s Branch of Summerton. Cards fall Pittsburgh a Al Oliver s Lith inning single drove in Gene Alley with the winning run As Pittsburgh rallied for a 4-3 Victory Over St. Louis wednesday night. The astros have 14 of 15 games from the padres in the Astrodome including the last 13 in a Row. Orders inquiry Albany n. Y. A new York gov. Nelson a. Rockefeller ordered wednesday a special inquiry into disturbances at Hobart College that school officials said were triggered by the use of a no student informant in a narcotics search. Milwaukee a Tony Oliva n run scoring single in the j Eigi h inning snapped a 2-2 tie i and sent the Minnesota twins to a 3-2 Victory Over the Milkau j Kee Brewers wednesday night j Oliva s hit broke up a pitching j Duel Between Dave Boswell of the twins and Marty Pattin of the Brewers. Boswell got the Victory with late help from Stan Williams. Cesar Tovar started the win Ning rally with one our in the j eighth when he was hit by a pitch and then stole second. One out later Oliva who earlier doubled and scored the twins second run hit a Sharp liner in o right Fjeld scoring Tovar from second. The Brewers ook the Lead in Hie first inning on singles by Dave May and Hob Burda. The twins went ahead 2-1 in the fourth inning but Milwaukee ral lied to tie the score in the Bot Tom of the inning when Burda doubled and came in on a Sacri fice Fly by Roberto Pena. J Angels win 3-1 Anaheim a Tom Murphy tossed a three hitter and scored the Lead run on Roger seventh inning single wednesday night As Pic California Angeles edged the Chicago White sox 3-1 in the first game of a . Who took Bourbon out of the old Stone Jug Harper. I. W. Harper polished off the rough edges but kept the Fine taste of the Hill country which is Why or. Harper s whiskey is known As honest but with manners. . Harper

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