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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - May 28, 1970, Florence, South CarolinaUnion wins class a a state championship some kind of a catch Pittsburgh right fielder Roberta Clemento goes High into air to Rob cubs Jim Hickman of an extra base hit during seventh inning of wednesdays game in Chicago. After making the catch he fired to first baseman al Oliver and doubled Ron Santo off first. Santo had started for second and was unable to get Back in time. Pirates won 4-0 see Story on Page 2-b Cheraw gets 7 to 3 win Cheraw the Cheraw braves moved a step closer toward wrapping up the class a state title As they topped Whitmire 7-3 in the first game of finals. The braves jumped off to a 7-0 fourth inning Lead and had Little trouble in keeping the Whitmire team in Check the rest of the Way. Eddie distance beam for the went t h e for the victors. Snipes had winners and picked up his Lith win of the season against four losses. Donnie Shell was the starter and suffered the loss. His record now stands at 11-3. He was relieved in the fourth by Erskine. Steve Snipes and Billy Weed were the big men at the plate three in four trips including a Homer and double. Weed rapped out three singles. Weed s first single came in i ble and Homer the first inning and scor Larry Fields and Bobby Jaco As the braves jumped off Quick Lead. Snipes Homer came in t second inning with one on Ai boosted the Lead to 4-0. The braves added two More in the third and one in the fourth. Whitemire s Shell had a Dou braves trounce astros 8-1 f thanks to couple of homers Atlanta a Orlando Cepeda and Gil Garrido cracked Home runs in a six run second inning wednesday night As the a Tanta braves handed the Houston astros their seventh de feat in eight games 8-1. Garrido ripped his first major league Homer to left scoring Pitcher Phil Niekro 5-6, who had singled. Felix Milan doubled Down the third base line Hank Aaron beat out an infield roller and Rico Carty singled to Cen Ter scoring Millan and knocking Houston Atlanta of r h by of r h b Morgan a 3000 Garrido is 5113 Jaime if 4010 Millar. 2b 5110 Wynn of 3000 Haaron of 5220 Miller of 3010 Carty if 4131 Menke is 4000 Cepeda in 4124 pc Pintanc in 3121 a Boyar 3b 3000 Rader 3b 3000 Lum of 4110 Edwards c 3010 Didier c 4000 Bouton p 0000 Pickro p 3121 Lemaster p 1 0 0 0 Jray p 0 0 0 0 Beu comp pm 1 0 0 0 Spinks p 0000 Bryant c 1000 Astro starter Denny Lemaster 3-6, out of the game. Cepeda jumped on the first pitch by reliever Jim Ray and belted his Lith Home run of the year into the Idoft Field seats. Joe Pepitone cracked his ninth Homer to right in the fourth for Houston. The braves turned in fou double plays behind Niekro we gave up five hits and Walke three. Cepeda doubled Home Marc in the first with Atlanta s fir run and Niekro singled lion Mike Lum who had doubled the fifth. Homer Breaks up phils expos Duel Montreal a Deron Johnson walloped a three run Homer with two out in the ninth wednesday breaking up a scoreless Duel Between Philadel phia s Woody Fryman Montreal s Dan Mcginn total 29 1 5 1 Houston 0 Atlanta Rader. 4 4, Atlanta 7. Millan Lum. Cepeda id Pepitone in h r Erboso Mcmaster .1138 6 6 1 1 22.3 1 1 1 0 1 Spinks 2 3 1 1 0 0. Bouton 2 0 0 0 i 2 j .9 51132 i and and giving the Phillies a 3-0 Victory. Both hurlers traded three hit Toioi 37 s 12 idlers through eight innings. But Ivy Man opened the ninth with a single and with one out Denny rookies take tournament Lead Doyle Drew a walk. Mcgwin struck out Larry Hisle but John son tie n slammed his 10th Horn run of the year an opposite Field smash Over the right Fiel Fence. The Only hits off Fryman 3-2 were singles by Gary Suther land in the third Rusty staub the sixth Ron fairly in the eight and Adolfo Philips in the ninth. Of r h by to Taylor 3b 3010 Sutherlnd 2b Rob 0 1 0 1 Doyle 2b 3100 Stoub of Hisle of 4000 Phillips i Johnson in 3 1 2 3 Bailey if 00 owne of 3000 Baleman c Hutto if 4010 Laboy 3b 300 a Stone if 0000 fairly in 301 Bates c 2000 wine is 200 i Bowa is 400 Mcginn p 300 Northbrook 111. Fryman p 3120 Dillman p 000 pair of first time starters Bobby Tolai 29343 total 28 04 Cooper of Houston and Pat Philadelphia .000 too 003 Montreal 0 0 0 000 0 00 Mcneill of Durham n.c., took do Phil Odelphia 1, Montreal 3. Lob Ftp Parl snark in Philadelphia 5, Montreal 4. The Tanj leans Neau Sudj Midch no a staut 29th wine. H r Erbb is 13 results Cleveland at Baltimore new York at Detroit Washington al Boston Chicago of Kansas City Oakland al California Milwaukee of Minnesota thursday s games Okland Dobson 44 at California Messersmith night. Milwaukee Morris 2-0 01 Minnesota Tiona 5 01 Only Gomes scheduled National league East Chicago new York is Louis Pittsburgh Philadelphia Mon local Cincinnati los and Els Atlanta s Francisco Houston san Diego w 22 21 21 West 32 k 24 pet. .550 .500 .500 .467 .405 .390 21 20 25 .444 11 Vij 21 28 .429 results poll Dolphia at Montreal Pittsburgh 4, cd Lacago 0 is Louis at new York Cincinnati of san Diego Houston al Atlanta los anti Elesa i s Francisco thursday s Gomes St. Louis Gibson 3-31 at York Mcandrew 1-31. Pittsburgh Ollis 1-4 of Chicago hands 7.2 Angeles Sutton 651 of san fran Cisco Perry 65 poll Adelphio 1.51 no Mont real motion a jilt games scheduled the finals of the All Star Bowling tournament. With two More matches sched Ulel wednesday and four More thursday and Friday Cooper 25, who has never won a major tournament had won seven game and lost one for pins. In the finals a Bowler gets a 50 pin Bonus for each game he wins and 25 pins for a tie game. Cooper averaged 239 in win Ning the seven games and build ing up a 137-pin Edge Over Chi Cago s Carmen Salvino had had in third place was the qualifying Leader and defending Champion Billy Hardwick of Louisville with a Mcneill won five of six games averaged 212, and had pins Afler two rounds or six games. She was trailed by Mary Baker a lefty from Cen trial Islip n.y., with and Betty Kuczynski of Chicago with Nelson Burton or. Of St. Louis had the Day s High game a 289, Bill also was guilty of three Gutter balls. Little inks pact with patriots Boston a the Boson patriots announced wednesday lie signing of Middle linebacker George Little of Troy stale in Alabama and defensive Back pc scr Schmidt of Virginia As free agents for the coming National football league season. Fry Mon w.3-1 .-9 Mcginn l.3-4 82-3 6 3 3 Dillman i-3 0 0 0 by Mcginn Mcginn Yonks trip tigers 4-2 Detroit a the York Yankees tagged Joe Niekro for three runs in the first in Ning two on a single by curl Blefary and beat the Detroit tigers 4-2 wednesday night. After retiring the first two jailers Niekro 4-4, walked Bob by Murcer. Roy White singled and Danny Cater followed with an rib single. Blefary then melted the third straight single scoring White and Cater who iad taken second on the throw .0 the plate following his hit. Fritz Peterson 7-2, started for Tew York but was relieved by Jack Akcer As Detroit rallied for win in the sixth on singles by ick Mcauliffe and al Kaline ind a sacrifice Fly by Willie Lorton. The tigers had scored a run n inc third on singles by Elliott Maddox Cesar Gutierrez and Mcauliffe. New York added an unearned Nisi ranch run off Nickroo in the Nurah on singles by Lake Gibbs my gone Michael and an error Kaline. Coach Hutchinson said his boys looked pretty Well although beam was a Little wild at the Start of the game. Cheraw now with a 26-4 record will travel to Whitmire for tonight s game slated for 8 . Whitmire a Leitzey is 40 Erskine in p 41 shield c 3 1 Chaplan of 20 Shell a in 31 Gregory if 30 Williamson 2b 30 b. Thompson 3b 30 Lane of 10 r. Thompson of totals Cheraw Snipes of Fields. 3b Jacobs c beam p Weed is j. Rogers of Mobley 2b, if Lucier in r. Rogers if 000 Moore 2b 3 totals a Whitmire 000 001 2 t 2 Cherow 222 100 8 1 Winner beam 11.4 loser Shell 11.3. 27 a royals nip White sox after Jam Kansas City a to Rabowsky rescued Dick drag rom an eight inning Jam an he Kansas City royals dropped he Chicago White sox 4 wednesday night. Bill Melton had singled ton Mccraw across with the Whit sox third run when Drabowsky out of the bullpen to be he final out in the eight inning ind then sailed through the ninth to preserve the Victory. De Kirkpatrick drove in Lair of runs for the royals with Ingles in the first and third in Lings. His second hit snapped a -2 tie and winnings later Bob 31iver unloaded a Home run Foi 4-2 Kansas City Lead. Mccraw accounted for Chica o s first two runs with a thin nning Homer. Luis Aparicio hat singled with two out and me raw lined Drago s next pitch or the Homer. Chicago Kansas City of r h by a r h b Welloms of 3000 Kelly of 411 Murphy p Moy pm Tigo is Crow if Anco in Elton 3b Irion 2b Erry of opkins pm Rago w.3-3 Rabowsky of 000 school 3b 3210 1000 Kirk Pluck if 4022 4120 Oiiver in 3132 4222 Keough of 2000 4000 Alcaraz 2b 4 0 0 1 4011 Hernondez is 4000 4010 a Rodrigez c 2000 1000 Drago p 2000 2010 72-383323 11-31 000 Drabowsky. Drago Cott gets award Raleigh n. C. A Orth Carolina s basketball All Merican Charlie Scott has been noted the outstanding athlete in in Atlantic coast conference r 1969-70 and will receive the annual Anthony j. Mckevlin Ward. Scott 6 6 senior from new Ork was selected by members the Atlantic coast sports i Lars association which an Iun cd the results wednesday. Scott who scored Points three years at unc was Cho n by 27 of the association s 95 embers. Others receiving votes include John Roche of South Caroli a acc basketball player of a year for the past two scams who got 19 votes. N. C. Stale s Vann Williford c most valuable player in the a basketball tourney re Civ 18 votes. Slaughters is 17 to 1 by Gregory Martin morning news sports Edito Union the Union Yello jackets blasted Southside pitching for three Home runs the Early innings As they Rac off to an eleven run Lead an then coasted to a 17-1 win Ai the class aaa s t a t championship wednesday afternoon. The loss snaps the siring five straight state titles for i Falcons and ends their season with a 15-6 record. Union swe the two game series anti winning the opener 5-1 tuesday night in Florence. Southside s Only Bright pc came in the fourth inning lie Rusty Richardson led off wit an inside Park Home run tha rolled past the partial Fence i left Field. That was the Only South Sid hit until Mark Huggins an Alan Hardee came up with to singles with two out in the seventh. The yellow jackets Belte out 14 hits against thre Southside p there under the farm late afternoon Sun. The Southside Fielding was off of the second straight game a hey were charged with High errors. Bill Lybrand put the Yello jackets ahead for Good As h de off the Bottom of the firs inning by Hill no a 2-1 Pite Over the left Field Fence for Home run. A looping single by ror Garner and a Homer to Dee Center Field put the Yuoi jackets ahead 3-0 at the end o the first inning. Union wrapped it up for Good in the third As they sent eleven batters to the plate and secret eight runs. Lybrand s second. Homer of the game a 3 run shot to left Field capped the rally. Union scored one run in the fourth and put the icing on cake with a five run burst in the fifth. Southside starter a1 a i Hardee was Laken out during the Union rally in the third after having Given up six run and five hits. He was charge with his second loss of the season against too wins. Pedro Lewis and Rick Johnson followed him on the Mound but had a lot of Troubl getting the jackets out. Falcons coach Steve Hicks said after the game they jus outplayed us. We w e r e n prepared either mentally 01 physically and things just went 3ad for us in this a Happy Union team carried heir coach around the Field on their shoulders As they celebrated their first state title. We were pretty Happy too when we won our first a Southside player said walked off the Field. As he Southside Hitchell in Richardson of Holland if r. Parker 3b m. Huggins of Turner c Hardeep 2b w. Huggins is sparks2b Lewis p Johnson p totals Union Lybrand if k. Price if Nichols is Garner of hucks. Of Crocker in j. Price c Austin of Crisp 3b Norris p Wingo 2b Allison 2b tools Southside Union 1 1 34 17 14 100 3 8 308 Iso x-17 h 1 4 r Erbb Fig 9650 5 10 7 2 12-3 4105 7 311 1 Section b thursday May 28, 1970 the Reserve defended by new York a said chaotic clubs since 1953, a Fri can not survive without the threatened the very draft and benefits observe system in the opinion of baseball existed in through the major commissioner Bowie Kuhn be Ween 1s71 and 1879 i league baseball players testified in Federal no Reserve system was in a wednesday for the defense he said players testified that flood who Curt flood s million from club to club present in court would lose and after the season. No retirement benefits the 43 year old the system refused to play except the first witness for the there was a most benefits from additional said the end of the Reserve he he said flood was on tem would result in the had Little respect restricted list be do clubs attracting All the system and dishonesty he did not report. To the players and the lesser he said and could be reinstate going out of some truth to the saying any time if he makes the without the Reserve Days the Only people moves. Said Kuhn baseball could to go to the of the Day was spent in operate on a league basis the gamblers. He testimony by Kuhn who perhaps at the fixed games and various objections to for one team to to modify the Reserve asked by his lawyer Day and another the that had been Sun Este Kramer if baseball could said Only two clubs operated at a profit in that previous testimony. Kuhn said adoption of foot Niue to function Boston red stockings system of playing out the without the reverse system Kuhn said in my opinion red and becoming a free could Kuhn said the Reserve the commissioner was asked what would happen after one year of no contract would be very bad for baseball. He said it would affect a Complex set of rules that veterans were integrity of the game be vide a club with the option to to veto trades As Hall of it had built in evils of new a player s contract Hank Greenberg and behind the year was needed to week he said such a negotiations that tend to earn strength assure would have a Public develop men protect the affect on Cross examination by Rity of the game and the effect would be Topkis one of flood s Law capital to the game so it might but to a lesser degree if applied to 10 year players Kuhn claimed vast differ-2nces Between baseball and the commissioner traced if applied to 15 or made any comparison Early history of the game in he said a guard tackle Tail and said this history said such a blocking Back could be re started it would be inhibit trading which More readily than a key of maintain the integrity of important for in a Ball club like the Balti ame and maintain clubs and also for orioles. Among clubs and players also said information of you took Joe Namath out the Reserve trades would leak out from the new York jets flood former St. Louis have an Adverse affect would the jets asked Nal Center fielder who refused accept his Trade to commissioner claimed Saiid Kuhn. Last Winter is challenging changes that improved Are not a betting Man Reserve system in his position included you said. From 16 to 24 with a smile. Genry pitches 3 As mets top cards 3 to new York a got All the offence he out Gentry for the second Genry fired a three Hitler in the fourth inning but Jones batting Lead off be new York mets blanked Jones delivered a the first time this season St. Louis cardinals 3-0 two out single to drive in two with a two run single. The mets got Gentry another Foy walked with one in the eighth when Tommie Gentry 5-2, struck out the fourth and Jerry and Bonn Clendenon with a single consecutive double steals stumbling to third. On the throw Grote raced to second. Al Agee swiping Home on the second one. Recall intentionally walked loading the bases and Steve 2-6, allowed just five hits and struck out 10 in tiie Sev Boston a the stumbling Boston red sox recalled Veteran right hander Jose san Iago from Louisville of the blast or National league in a move to help their pitching trim Santiago who underwent Ous Arm surgery a year a infield out and Graig net iad a 3-2 record in 10 Relief bases loaded single. Clearances at in the tying and Lead the Baltimore orioles had four singles and to make room for three runs in the seventh double for the indians whole red sox optioned right Han or Ray Jarvis to Louisville. Jarvis had an fl-1 record in 12 wednesday night and beat Cleveland 5-4, their sixth straight Victory Over the a run in the ninth. Cleveland Baltimore of r h by cd r hb1 in Leandr of 5250 Buford if .3012 con 2b 4 1 2 1 Belonger is in 1 1 senators rally past Boston 7-5 Boston a Del Unser Washington Pitcher checked the de off the game with a Homer m the first pitch and then Init d a three run seventh with his Laird hit wednesday night As the Washington senators rallied for 7-5 Victory Over the stumbling Boston red sox. Unser who started the game Ith a .193 average scored wee runs As Mike Epstein and Ernie Allen provided clutch its against Boston starter Ray 3 6. Epstein drove in two runs Ith a two out Loop double in in seventh and then scored As Mien s line drive to right was misjudged by Tony Conigliaro and rolled to the Wall for a tri be. Epstein tripled to right and cored on a single by Allen for Washington s second run in the St inning. Epstein also collect an ub1 Washington in the fifth when scored two u n Arnod runs to pull into a 4-4 tic. Dili old Knowles 1-3, he fifth red sox Over the final four rings. 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But reliever Mike Paul began the Bottom of the inning by walking Dave Johnson. After Merve Rettenmund the first of free consecutive Pinch hitters struck out Andy Etchebarren singled and Curt motion walked loading the bases and setting the stage for Buford s single. The third run of the inning came on Mark Belanger s in held roller. The orioles held a 2-0 Lead on Aimer s third inning Homer d Paul Blair s rib single in he sixth. But Csc Viand went in rout in the seventh on singles in Lou Klimchock and Ted ulily cinder and Eddie Leon a wild Cincy officials wary of strike Cincinnati officials announced wednesday that the Cincinnati hods will move into the new riverfront stadium june so and the All Star baseball game can be there july 14 barring a construction workers strike. 3001 Robinsn 3b -4000 Thorton in 4011 Powell in 2000 a tiles 3b 3011 Blair of -4011 Hinton pm Fosse c Foster of 1000 Johnson 2b 2 1 0 o 4 0 0 0 Dwity of 2 c 0 0 ret tend of 1 0 o 0 Heiden is 4000 Hon Dicks hand p 2000 Etche brn c Kim Check pm i 1 1 o Polmer p Paul p 0000 Rhall p Losnor p 0000 motion pm Rollins pm Higgins p 1000 Watt p 0000 Richert 2000 1110 2 1 l 0 al 0 0 0 0 0 1000 0 0 0 0 tool 11 4 total 27 s 5 5 0 0 0 000 3 4 Baltimore 9 01 001 3 of 5. 2. 10, Baltimore 7. Be longer Uhlaender. In h Herb so 6 32243 Cleveland hand 2nd round log scores golfers completed these cond round of the ladies president cup wednesday at the Florence country club with the results As follows Mary Louise Hill def. 1 eggy Gregory Iris Clark def. Clara Ham Joyce Dalsbo def. Kent Grimsely by default Alice Inanna def. Polly Lester Char Lonc St Vsnow def. Liz Tuttle Paula Byrd def. Fran Good Man Ruth Grcen birr def. Rac Way Peggy Cagle lil Beaty. The third round of the tourney Hlll began today

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