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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - October 15, 1970, Florence, South CarolinaSection b Paoi i Hiir Shiji Frum thursday Octor is reds keep series Hopes alive Mays 3-run Homer leads the attack Baltimore a Lee May the big first baseman who is the no. 3 Man in the Cincinnati Power Trust saved the reds from elimination in the world series wednesday when he hammered a three run Homer that handed Baltimore a shocking 6-5 defeat. The Victory first for the reds in the four games played so far in the Best of seven series kept them in Contention for the big a Man prize Money and ended the orioles bid to Complete a four game series sweep for the second time in five years. The 6-foot-3, 205-Pound May who follows heralded Tony Perez and Johnny Bench in the reds batting order and Home run totals put Cincinnati ahead with dramatic suddenness when he tagged the first pitch to him by reliever de Watt into the left Field bleachers for a Homer. Until then despite several shaky innings by starter Jim Palmer the orioles seemed to be in command As Brooks Rob Inson continued to play a hero s role adding four hits to his a Boog Powell Baltimore s first baseman grabs Johnny benches foul Bali in Powell first tipped the Ball with his Mitt then made Bare handed catch Arkansas state Heads Small College poll Wofford uth by the associated press Arkansas state retained its Lead for the fourth straight week in the associated press Small College football poll even though no. 2 Montana pulled More first place votes in the weekly balloting. Arkansas state which ran its record to 4-0 with a 2114 Victory Over Trinity Tex last week end received Only five first place votes. But six second place votes boosted the indians Point total to 269. Montana which trounced Idaho 44-26 last weekend grabbed six first place ballots and 242 Points to remain second. Two Ouier 6 Tennessee state and no. 9 Southern retained their positions. Tennessee state ran its Victory string to five by handing no. 18 Grambling a 34-27 defeat to Knock the Louisiana school out of the top Twenty. Southern Illi Nois was Idle its game against Wichita state postponed. North Dakota state which whipped augustan s.d., 45-7, moved up from no. 4 to no. 3. Two teams Texas a i no. 5 last week and Tampa which was no. 8, were tied for fourth this week. Akron no. 3 last week fell to terriers seeking 15th Victory to tie record Spartanburg Twenty to Start the 14-game winning no. 10 after a 15-14 loss to Illi Nois state and Eastern Michi Gan dropped from seventh to 18th after losing to Western Kentucky which moved up from no. 10 to no. 8. Losses by Boise state Drake Grambling and Howard Payne kept them from returning to this week s list. Newcomers were southwestern Louisiana Alcorn a t a St. Olaf and Northern Michigan. The Fop Twenty teams with first place votes in parentheses season records and total Points tabulated on a 20-18.16-14-12. One y e a r ago the Wofford terriers won 15 straight games before losing to Florida state 19-6, in the Cigar bowl. Not since then has a terrier team come close to Matching that record. Now however Only one win separates the 197 terrier squad and the school record. After reeling off nine straight wins to close the 196 season Wofford has won its first five games of 1970 to run that undefeated string to 14. For that reason a come from behind 29-22 win Over Western Carolina was particularly Welcome last week. It set the stage for a rematch of the 1949 Wofford Newberry game. The. Terriers whipped the indians 40-0. For their 15th straight win. It also finished the Only perfect 11-0 season for the methodist school of men. The terriers were invited to the Cigar bowl that season and lost to Florida state. Actually the terriers of 1948 50 won 15 straight regular season games. After losing to flu in the Post season bowl the terriers polished off Auburn in the first game of 1950, 19-14, to make their record 16 c o n Secu Tive regular season games. That same team had an undefeated Streak of 23 games. In 1948 the terriers opened the season with five consecutive ties still a National record before whipping Newberry 12-0 Streak. The terriers won the last three games of 1947, too. Now there Are five opponents Between Wofford and another perfect season. The most press ing however is Newberry a special Case for the terriers As they seek their 15th straight Victory. Formula 1. Arkansas state 5 to. 4-0 2. Montana 0 m 242 3. N. Dakota St. 4-0-1 182 t. Texas a i i 2 4-1 177 Tampa 1 .1. 4-0 177 6. Tennessee St.5-0 153 7. Delaware 1 i. 4-1 111 w. Kentucky 4-0-1 104 9. Southern 111.3.0 10.akron 4-1 11. Abilene Christian 4-1 12. Wofford. 5.-0. 13. Central to. 5-0 . Louisiana 4-1 15. Troy state 4-0-1 16. Alcorn .1-1 Wittenberg 4.0 is. E. Michigan 3-1-1 28 19. St. Olaf 4-0 26 20. N. Michigan others receiving votes were Western Illinois Carthage Monmouth Illinois state Drake Boise state Fresno state California poly University of California Davis Florida aim Long Beach state Linfield Portland state Westminster a. Northern Colorado Eastern Kentucky Ball state Ca Rowbo appalachian Westchester Howard Payne South West Texas. State sul Ross Sam Houston Humboldt state South Dakota state Springfield moss., Edinboro state Alfred Kings Point. Cumulation while Baltimore built a 5-3 Lead. The 33-year-old third baseman delighted a sellout crowd of with a Homer and two sin Gles while the orioles headed for what appeared to be their 18th straight Victory in an amazing season ending Streak. Robinson collected another single after May had done his damage but even Brooks mag was t enough As the reds battled Back despite several frustrating starts that seemed to doom them to elimination. Palmer who won the series opener had cruised into the eighth with a five hitter Al. Though he had difficulty with his control and had been tagged for a fifth inning Homer by Pete Rose. But As in two other innings in which the reds scored the 25-year-old right hander got into trouble by walking the Lea doff hitter. This time it was Perez. Balti More manager Earl Weaver immediately sent coach George Bamberger out to talk to pal Mer. It did t help. Bench lined a single Down the left Field line. And so Palmer left came on. May who hit 34 homers during the regular season lashed into Watt s first pitch and sent it sailing As a groan went through the stunned parti san crowd. May s Homer his second of the series gave him four runs batted in for the Day and he will go with either one of Jim Merritt or relievers Wayne Granger or Milt Wilcox on thursday. No team Ever has come Back to win the series after being Down 0-3, and the orioles have 24-game Winner Mike Cuellar ready to Start the fifth game. But the reds showed in this one they could come from be Hind against the Odds. They moved out front 1-0 in he second inning when shorts top Dave Concepcion lined a Tri be to right Center following an nning opening walk to May. But Brooks Robinson tied it in the orioles half when he lined a 2-2 pitch from starter Gary Nolan Midway up the left Field bleach ers for a Homer. The reds pulled out front again in the third when Bobby Tolan led off with a walk Rose singled and May sent a ground smash up the Middle for a run producing single. But it was t yet their time to at Home plate Johnny Bench puts the tag on Oriole s Brooks Robinson n was ii i Yei Pineir ume 10 n l u x j i Bow wins Kub Iouin get out in front to stay and the Robinson was out when he tried to score from second on Hendricks single orioles responded with thre runs in their half of the third i a rally that Palmer started wit a looping single into Center. Powell then walked on fou pitches and Frank Robinson tie it 2-2 by grounding a single int left. Brooks Robinson follow with a ground single up the mid die that put Baltimore ahead and after Nolan left for Don Gullett Catcher Ellie Hendrick drove in another run with a sin Gle to right. The reds closed the Gap one run in the fifth when Ros tagged a 3-2 pitch Over the or Ioles bullpen in left Center for he mfr but Perez bid to tie wit a Long shot to Center failed a Petty within reach of top Money earnings Martinsville a. A a first or second place finish in sunday s old Dominion 500 at Martinsville Speedway would propel Richard Petty into Hie of Money spot among grand National Drivers latest Nas car figures showed wednes Day. Petty who has won five of the last seven late Model races at the half mile track goes into the 250-Miler with earnings of he ranks second be Lind his Young Plymouth team mate Pete Hamilton who has won Hamilton is not in he Field. The 30-car starting lineup was set three weeks ago when the race was postponed because of rain. Petty will Start fourth in he order. The 33-year-old Star picked up in qualifying Noney and a win sunday would add an additional to his account. I us team undergoes intensive drilling the race also will be a key one for Bobby Isaac and Bobby Allison two Dodge pilots who Are now running one two in the Lascar grand National Points Battle. Allison finished second behind Winner Leeroy Yarbrough in last sunday s National 500 at Charlotte and ousted Ford s James Hylton from the runner spot in the championship Bat the. Isaac came in fifth and now leads Allison Points to difference of 85 Points. Sunday s race awards 100 Point to the Winner with a drop of two Points per finishing Posi Tion. Thus Isaac has Only to maintain a High finish in each of the remaining five races to claim the that goes to the 1970 Champion. Allison won the pole for the old Dominion while Isaac claimed the outside front Row spot. Each already has surpassed she Mark in winnings for the season. Brought his totals to 6-for-14 with eight rib in the four games. That not Only put the reds ahead it seemed to completely change the momentum. Tommy Helms managed to scratch a single off the Glove of the Brilliant Fielding Brooks Robinson and Perez the reds third base Man showed he could match that with 3 play of his own. When the orioles came to Bat in the eighth Boog Powell slammed a hot smash to third which Perez gloved Back handed throwing to first where that Man May put the hulking Baltimore tag on the first base Columbia . A South Carolina coach Paul diet Zel sent his football squad through an intensive workout on pass patterns wednesday in sparing to visit Maryland in weekend. Dietzel also had his players work on Short yardage offence and goal line defense. Tommy Suggs was running the first team at quarterback with reserves Jackie Young and Tommy Rhodes also taking turns at passing. Charleston . A the Citadel bulldogs concentrated on special situations including goal line Short yardage and the kicking game in wednesday s practice session. Quarterback John Rosa directed the first offensive unit covering All passing patterns and the veer run offence. The Citadel is Host to Buck null saturday. Byrnes Jav s nip Wilson Hall tames f. Byrnes Academy made a last ditch Effort with seven seconds left in the first overtime to break a 2-2 tie and win 3-2 in a Junior varsity soccer game yesterday. Marshall Rodolp made the first goal for Byrnes followed by Glenn Hicks. Dana Sharp made the winning goal. Steve Reynolds kicked in the first score for Wilson Hall and Henry Barnett made the other goal. Man As they collided heavily. It still was far from Over As Clay Carroll who came on in Relief when the orioles scored their last run in the sixth went nto the ninth protecting the slim one run Lead. He got Dave Johnson to foul out and Pinch hitter Terry Crowley to Bounce it. The orioles got still one More Chance when Pinch hitter Merv of Rettenmund reached first on a wide throw to first by Perez. Then Carroll who had retired 10 of the 11 hitters he had faced ended it by striking out Don by Ford and the Rede were Back in the series hoping to continue their comeback in thursday s fifth game. The task facing the reds is monumental seen As it has to be against the backdrop of his tory and the fact that manager Sparky Anderson is Short of pitching. Paul Blair hauled the drive on the warning track. The orioles went Back to Wor in the sixth. Brooks Robinso singled with one out and Hen Dricks followed with a single into right Robinson coming Al the Way around to score Whei Rose s throw to third skipped by Perez. Carroll came on at that Point struck out Johnson for the Ond then had to Gei shortstop Mark Belanger twice. The first time Belanger topped to Perez. But left Field Umpire John Flaherty Hac called time to have a miniature Bat that had fallen from the stand removed from the playing Field. So Carroll went Back to work and got Belanger again this time on a Fly to left. Earlier however the reds had showed their obvious frustration As Nolan Flung his Cap into the dugout when he was re moved and Rose argued heatedly in the seventh inning. On that one Rose claimed he had been hit by a Ball he trickled Down to first. Cincinnati Baltimore of r h by of r h by Talon of 3110 Bufard if 4000 Rose of 5121 Blair of 3000 Perez 3b 4100 Powell in 3100 Bench c 4110 of Robinsn of 4 1 1 1 May in 3224 Robinsn 3b 4 2 4 2 Carbo if 4000 Hendricks c 4021 Helms 2b 3010 Johnson 2b 4 0 0 0 Concepcin is 3011 Belanger is 3000 Carroll p 1000 Crowley pm 1000 Nolan p 1000 Palmer p 3110 0000 oooo 1000 ret tend pm 1 0 0 0 1000 Gullet p 1000 Watt p Woodward is 0000 Drowsky p Bravo pm Chancy is total Cincinnati Baltimore a Tolan Cincinnati Concepcion. in h Herb so Nolan 22-3 44422 gullet.22.3 3 1 0 0 2 Carroll .32-3 1 0 0 04 Palmer .7 65547 Watt l.0-1 1 21113 Robowsky i 0 0 0 o o 34 4 t 4 total 34 5 i 4 til 010 t Oil 0410 0 0 3 Rose Perez. 6, Baltimore 5. 21, Rose Biddle concerned about keeping honoured image Durham . A Dick Biddle played the West Vir Biddle almost wishes he had t the associated lineman of the Een chosen dress College week. Sure it s going to mean the pressure will be on me even More from Here on said the 6-foot, 215-Pound Duke University linebacker wednesday. What i m going to do is try not to think about that was t difficult for bid die As he went through a Normal class schedule wednesday. The word was t out yet on the 8 to student Campus. Biddle 22, a histor major from parkers Burg v.va., was chosen for the Hano or his performance in Duke 1-13 Victory Over the previously unbeaten West Virginia last sat i Day. Right now All i m letting myself think about is to get us or this saturday s Sai Middle shortly after taking history test. Game will pit Duke against North Carolina state traditional rival at neighbouring Biddle said he was less Wor de about the test than the ame. I think i did Okay on the he said. I be got to atch myself and not let Down inst state though. You be of to prove yourself every proving himself is nothing new to Biddle nor is overcoming heavy Odds. Inia game strapped into an or hop edic Corset for an aching sack and with an old knee injury which had kept him sidelined most of last season. The Back come in puked Duke s season opener and it had Al ready kept Biddle out of on game. When Biddle reinsured i Back a week ago against Ohio state the team doctors said he could play against West Virginia if he Felt like it but that a week off would do him Good. Biddle was t about to miss a game in West Virginia which had recruited him heavily in his Ligh school Days at Pai fers org. Pushing thoughts of his aches and pains out of his mind bid die turned in 30 tackles erasing a Duke record he had set against North Carolina state As a Sophomore and made the two key plays of the game. With Duke leading 14-7, and hanging on West Virginia had a third and four on the Blue Dev ils four Yard line. But Biddle nailed quarterback Mike Sher Wood on a Roll out attempt. When the mountaineers sent Eddie Williams up the Middle on fourth and inches Biddle slopped him Short of a first own too. Basketball standings by the associated press Aba Eastern conference Atlantic division won lost pet. W York 1 0 1000 Frolo 0 0 .000 Ladelphia 0 0 Ston 0 1 Lanta it Imore .000 .000 Central division won lost pet. .7 0 0 0 0 a Cinnoti 0 Ecland 0 .000 .000 .000 .000 pro Amateur Golf tourney drawing top pro players Cincinnati a the . Pro Amateur Golf Tournai affair this time Here thursday after a two year stay in port St. Lucie Fla. Eighty eight two Man teams which will include a number of lop pros and amateurs in the country will open play in the 54-Hole Best Ball event which will bring to the pro on the winning team. The tournament will run through Saterlay. Play will be Over the Yard a Keewah country Cluj with a Par at 35-36-71. This will be the Lith playing j of the tournament which had a modest beginning Back in i960 but now is the biggest of its kind in the country. The first eight tournaments were played Here but the last two were held in Florida. Only half of last year s win Ning team will participate Here. Pro Bob Murphy and former National Amateur Champion Steve Melnyk won at port St. Lucie but Murphy will not com Pete Here. Melnyk will be paired with Bob Barbarosa one of the pea tour s newer members. The Field of will include Frank Beard the pea tour s leading Money Winner in 1969 Gay Brewer Don Essig Mary Fleckman Al balding former pea Champion Walter Burkemo and the Veteran dutch Harrison. I Western conference Midwest division i won lost pet Chicago 1 0 1.000 Milwaukee 0 0 .000 Detroit. 0 0 obo Phoenix 0 0 .000 Pacific division won lost pet. Los Angeles 0 0 0 Portland 0 san Diego 0 .000 .000 .000 .000 tuesday s results new York 114, Boston 107 Chicago 111, son Diego 96 Only games scheduled tonight s Gam i new York at Cincinnati Detroit of Seattle Cleveland at Buffalo Chicago at Philadelphia Only games scheduled thursday s game Boston of Phoenix Only game scheduled aia Denver at Utah Only got scheduled thu Mooy i Gantt new York at Pittsburgh Kentucky at Indiana Carolina at a lome Only scheduled Good news value no age limit adults too no appointment necessary full selection of poses work guaranteed 10 one Beautiful natural color portrait for Only 97c Ember brighter clothes Moke a better color picture Imit 1 per 2 per family 5qc for packing and handling group photos plus for each additional person Tum. Thru sat. Oct. 13th 17th. A. P. P. P. M., . Slur Day a. P. P. . Only Eckerd s Florence mall Arbertee studios

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