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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - September 6, 1970, Darmstadt, Hesse September 6, 1970 THE STARS AND STRIPES Page 21ubs Bop Mets, 7-4, to TightenRandysingle with;HICAGO indley's two-runbases loaded In the seventhling broke a 3-3 tie FridayId led the Chicago Cubs to avictory over the New York>ts in a key struggle in therid National League Eastce.iThc victory shoved the CubsInto a virtual tie for first placewith the Pittsburgh Pirates,whose Friday night game withthe Philadelphia Phillies wassuspended after six innings dueto a malfunctioning tarpaulin.The game, which the Piratesled 4-1, was to be completed be-fore Saturday night's regularlyscheduled game. The Chicagovictory left the third-place Mets1H games back of the Cubs andBucs.Hundley also doubled acrossthe first Cubs' run in the secondinning of the tense opener of athree-game set before a WrigleyField Ladies Day crowd of39,981. including 29,327 paid.In the decisive seventh, awalk, Joe Pepitone's single,bases-filling intentional walk byreliever Ron Taylor set thestage for Hundley's big blow.Pinch-hitter Paul Popovich'ssacrifice fly scored the third runof the inning.Art Shamsky's three-run ho-mer off Cub starter Bill Handsfashioned a 3-3 tie after NewChase>ncs Lead Phils After SixPITTSBURGH (UPI)—Homers by Richier, Bob Robertson and Willie Stargelljwered the Pittsburgh Pirates to a 4-1lad over the Philadelphia Phils Fridayin a game suspended by a malfunc-)'n of the automatic tarn in the seventh. Tile game was to be completediturday night.The tarp, which is buried beneath theround along the tMrd base Hoe andjerales electrically, rose about a foot outHs box when play was called for arief rain shower.It got stack there and the Held was co-•red by hand but when the rain stoppedabout 10 minutes later the ground crewwas unable to get the huge motor of theelectrical tarpaulin back beneath theground.After about a half hour during which itdid not rain, a heavy rainfall began. Thegame was finally called off after a totaldelay of an hour and 34 minutes and willbe completed prior to Saturday night's re-gularly-scheduled game.The homers by Hebner, Robertson andStargell came off Rick Wise, the Phillies'starter, who was yanked In the sixth in-ning.Robertson who went into the game afterRoberto Clemente sprained a muscle in hisback batting in the first inning, also pro-duced a run in the fourth when be doubledand rode home on Manny Sanguillen'ssingle.It was not known how long C'lementc, theNational league's second leading batterWith a .358 average, would be sidelined.The Phils scored in the fifth on a doubleby Tim McCarver and Wise's single. Thegame was suspended in the top of the sev-enth with none out with Don Money, whohad walked on first and Larry Hisle com-ing to the plate.Steye Blass was working on a five-hitterfor Pittsburgh.York starter Nolan Ryan's wild-ness enabled to the Cubs to pickup single runs in the second,third and fourth innings.Shamsky's ninth homer fol-lowed Wayne Garrett's walkand the second of three singlesby Cleon Jones.Bob Miller, newly acquiredfrom the Chicago White Sox, putdown a Mets threat in the eighthwhen New York scored on Gar-rett's double. Jones' third singleand a throwing error on pinch-hitter Ken Singleton's fly toright. scoring Garrett fromthird.Jir Hickman's 30th homergot that run back for Chicago inits half of the inning.Ryan. 6-10, who had whippedthe Cubs three times, got off thehook when he was replaced byDanny Frisella in the fifth.Hands also failed to finish,being lifted for a pinch-runnerafter doubling to open the Cubssixth.the Cubs went ahead 1-0 in thesecond when Johnny Callisonwalked the first of six walks off>•••••••••••••••••••»••»»••»•••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••»••••»•••»•*«Hundreds Pay RespectsTo Lombard! in HourShoemakerWithin 1 RaceI Of World Mark'WASHINGTON —friends, football fans and justJain admirers paid their re-sets Friday to Vince Lombar-. the Washington Redskins'.ich who died from cancer aIttle more than 24 hours earlier.During the first hour his bodyjy in repose at a Washingtonuheral home, several hundred j?op!e walked past the closedlasket.Among the first mourners jlere former Chief Justice andMrs. Earl Warren, Pro Footbalj;COLUMBUS, Ohio (UPI) —e Touchdown Club of Co-pmbtts annemnml Friday it badEstablished the Viace Lombard!ward, which wiU be pre-lented annually to the out-itandlog professional footballUayer of the year*Touchdown Club Presidenternard C. Nagel said thisear's banquet will be held Feb.I 1971, at the Sheraton Hotel.was a great citizen. He had thecharacter that this countryneeds right now."In addition to the notables,however, there were the ordi-nary people who loved Ixmtbar-di—and whom he loved: the po-licemen, the janitors, the;nurses, the priests, the young ikids with footballs.There were also the old, theblack and, despite Lombardi'sdislike for some mod dress,some long-hairs in tee shirts,dungarees and sandals.Some had waited more thanan hour in a hot Washington^Continued on Page 23)Soon?Commissioner Pete Rozelle,talian Ambassador Egidio Or-__.ia, Redskins' President Ed-pard Bennett Williams and foot-ill Hall of Famers Wayneiillner and Cliff Battles."1 can't say it was a greatihock but it was a blow to theCommunity," said Warren. "HeATLANTA (AP) — CassiusClay, who still claims the worldheavyweight title, will box ei-ther Jerry Quarry of Bellflower,Calif.. o"r Argentina's OscarBonavena in Atlanta Oct. 26, apromoter said Friday.The understanding here isthat it most likely will be Quar-ry, ranked as the No. 1 contend-er by Ring Magazine and No. 3alcons Top Bills, 10-7,iter Shaw InterceptionBUFFALO (UPI) — GradyHen intercepted a Dennis Shawass and Randy Johnson turnedIt into a touchdown on a 27-yardloss to Paul Gibson to give theAtlanta Falcons a 10-7 victoryDyer the Buffalo Bills Friday|iight in a National Football/eague pre-season game._ Johnson's scoring pass, with11:02 remaining in the third quar-ter, gave the Falcons a 10-0.edge in a game marked by tightidefensive play.I Ken Vinyard booted a 26-yardfield goal after 5:33 of the thirdIquarter to give the Falcons theirlonly other score. Vinyard pre-fviously missed field goal at-tempts from 27, 48 and 49 yardsi in the first half.The Bills, playing without run-ning back O.J. Simpson, whowas sidelined with a sprainedankle, scored their only touch-down on Max Anderson's one-yard drive over left tackle with3:44 to play. ,Shaw, the $100,000 secondround draft choice, from SanDiego State, completed 11 of 22passes for 150 yards as he madehis Buffalo debut in the secondhalf He was intercepted twice,including Allen's pickoff on theBills' 31-yard line.0 0 10 ft—10o o o r— TAtlantaBuffaloAll -Vinyard FO 2«AU— Gibson 2T pajs from Juhiuwn (Viayard kU-fct.But—AmJ*r*oa 1 run tAltord kick).A—SO.SW.by the World Boxing Associa-tion.State Sen. Leroy Johnsonmade the announcement. Hesaid efforts to make a fight be-ween Philadelphia's Joe Fra-zier, now recognized as heavy-weight king in most parts of theworld, and Clay had failed be-cause Frazier is committed to atitle defense against world light-heavyweight champion Bob Fos-ter of Washington, D.C.Johnson is head of House of,Sports, Inc., which plans to co-promote the fight with SportsAction, Inc. of New York. SportsAction Inc., ran the heavy-weight elimination tournamentafter Clay was stripped of his ti-tle by the WBA for his failure toaccept induction into militaryservice.Clay, who prefers the name ofMuhammad All, now has a li-cense to box in Atlanta. Heboxed eight rounds againstthree opponents here Wednes-day in his first public fightingappearance in more than threeyears. The show was co-promot-ed by House of Lords and SportsAction, Inc.Although the unbeaten Clayhas been anxious to fight forsome time he was refused a li-cense in many states because ofhis conviction for ducking thedraft. He is appealing the con-viction.Johnson said he expected to(Continued o» PageDEL MAR, Calif. (AP) -Jockey Bill Shoemaker managedone victory in six tries Friday atDel Mar to move within one oftying jockey Johnny Longden'sworld career record of 6,032.Shoemaker went into the nine-race program needing two winsto tie and three to break the re-cord set by Longden. who re-tired March 12, 1966, at SantaAnita.Shoemaker's lone victorycame in the $5,000 featured sev-enth race, marred by a spec-tacular spill. Shoemaker and hisfilly, Poona Downs, were not in-volved and the margin was aneck over Bough's O'Holly.Poona Downs, clocked in 1:301-5 for the TU-furlong race, paid$7 $4 and $2.80. Boughs O'Hollyreturned $3.20 and $2.40 arid LaSevillana paid $2.80.As the fillies and maresturned into the stretch on theturf course, Atomic Wings, rid-den by apprentice Robbie Kil-born, and Amaranthine, withDanny Velasquez in the saddle,suddenly hurtled through thehedge. Amaranthine did a com-plete somersault and landed onher back all four feet in the airfor several minutes, pinning Ve-lasquez.Neither joe-key sustainedserious injuries and neitherhorse was hurt.Shoemaker was to have fivemounts Saturday, including un-beaten June Darling in the$40,000-added Del Mar Debu-tante for 2-year-old fillies.Randy Hundley. . . key 2-run singleRyan, and scored on Hundley'sdouble off the center field wall.Three straight walks to BillyWilliams, Hickman and Pepi-tone filled the bases in Chica-go's third and the Cubs made it2-0 on Ron Santo's force out.The Cubs again scored only-one run, on a force out. on abases-loaded situation with oneout in the fifth.Williams, benched Thursdayto end his National Leaguerecord of consecutive games at1,117, responded to a standingovation in the first inning bybreaking his O-for-13 slump. Hegot a pair of singles and a walkhis first three limes at bat.Hundley HeroNEW YORK CHICAGOCart-titC Jonesa.b r fi biI) 0 02 1 0ic;o1 3 3phBt-Fo*se Out for SeasonWith Broken FingerNEW YORK (AP) - RayFosse, the Cleveland Indians'All-Star catcher, will be lost tothe team for the rest of the sea-son because of a broken finger,the club announced Friday.Fosse was injured Thursdaynight on a foul tip off the bat ofMike Epstein in Washington.0000000 0 0s ItIbcfrft> r h hiI 0 0 0* 0 1 04220322141102001SwobcxJu phMa.rsha.ll pit;« role cJorgi-nsn ph0 0 0 0 Hundley o10003000 BDavin i>r1000 KH n. HirWmjAn. t>P — N*-w Yuri.1. Chicago I. L.OB— New York tj, Ch:eat:u10. UB-HunUU-y. Hands. HH Sham .sky.9). H'.ckman CW>. SB--Kea»in«tr. S—Santo. St"-~ I'opovteh.Kr^c-SlaR. TaylorHandaR. MilitrSave--H. Millar.2 53- A—2i)>1;•TIP..41. . 1226. .'. 01.12WP —•3•333KH5225200R H3«>•j•«30100.ing:R32230100UtJ; so•i0
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