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   European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - September 6, 1970, Darmstadt, Hesse                              Page 24 THE STARS AND STRIPES Sunday, September 6, 1970How * * * * StandAMERICAN LEAGUEEastBaltimoreNew YorkDetroitBostonClevelandWashingtonMinnesotaCaliforniaOaklandKansas CityMilwaukeeChicagoW88777270G664West79767452524!)L496065667172036062818590Baltimore'New YorkDetroitMilwaukee(10 innings)OaklandMinnesotaFriday's Results8. Boston3, Cleveland6, Washington3, ChicagoPet..642.062.526.515.482.471.590.559.544.382.380.353GBU1C17 Vi2223',-446286, Kansas City4, California3200NATIONAL LEAGUEEa»tChicagoPittsburghNew YorkSt LouisPhiladelphiaMontrealCincinnatiLos Angi-lesS FranciscoAtlantaHoustonSan DiegoW727170656359Went887470676163U656466727276616165697283Friday's ResultsPhiladelphia at PittsburghMontreal 0, St LouisChi cu go 7,Houston 7,Sun Diego 15,Pet..526.526.0)5.474.407.437.633.548.618.493.471.300GB7812121622%33 Visuspended7New York 4Los Angeles 3CincinnatiS Francisco at Atlanta, postponed rainINTERNATIONAL LEAGUESemifinals—Beet of Five PlayoffsW U PetSyracuse 1 0 1.000TiUewatiT 0 1 .000W L Pet.Rochester 1 0 1.000Columbus 0 1 .000Friday's ResultsSyracuse 4. Tidewater 2lUichoster G, Columbus 3AMERICAN ASSOCIATIONFinal—Best of Seven PlayoffWOmaha 1Denver 0Friday's ResultOmaha 6. Denver 4L Pet.0 1.0001 .000EASTERN LEAGUEW.itcrl.nryHeadingPittsfieldPa \vluctirtManchesterKliniraW707470f.c0555LCO6264097180Pet. GB.544.522.489.478.40725jr11Friday's ResultsMnndii-ster 7. PawtucKet 6Wiilerlmry 6. Put*!it-Id 3Keaitiii}: 4, Klmira 3SOUTHERN LEAGUEFriday's ResultsBirmingham 8, Jacksonville 3Charlotte 13, Columbus 4Mobile 3, Ashevillc 2Montgomery 7, Savannah 6FootballNFL ExhibitionsFriday's ResultsAtlanta 10, Buffalo 7Pittsburgh 31. Boston 3ATLANTIC COAST LEAGUEFriday's ResultsBridgeport 1C. Jersey Tigers HJersey Jays 22, Long Island 21'Friendly* Foes Aren'tGALMPTON, England (UPI)— The referee stopped a soccermatch between Galmpton andnearby Stoke Gabriel when all22 players on the field were in-volved in fistfights. The matchhad been billed as a "friendly"one.Hartford . . .(Continued from PageGrier Jones .....................Dave t& arr .....................Jimmy Picard ..................Phil Rodgers ...................Tommy Aycock .................Chuck Courtney .................Wayne Vollmer ..........Mike Fett-hick ............Bill G.irrctt .....................Jim Grant ......................Bobby Greenwood ..............Don Masscngale ................Hush Royer ..... . ..............John Schlco .....................Steve Spray . ..................Tom Weisliopf .......Randy Wolff .............. ......Rocky Thompson ...............Tommy Aaron ..................Jerry Abbott .................Honiero Blancas ................J^e Elder ............Terry D»J ................. ','....Paul Harney ..................Herb Hooper ............Dick Lot* .......................Tom Shuw ................ t .....Bob Smith ......................Bob Stono .......................John Baldwin ..................Deano Hem an ...» ..............Bob Dickaon ..... .. .............Gene Ferrelt ....................Marty Kleckman ...............Al Gelbcrger ...................Bob Goalby ....... *......, ......Bert Greene ....................JUn JamSeson ..................John Lively ........ .............John Lotz .......................Bob Lunn .......................Mac McLcndtm ., ...............John Miller .....................Bobby Mitchell .................Cesar Snnudo .................Clii Chi ttodrigiicz ..............John Schroedor .................Charles Sifford .... .............Dan SikcH .......................Bob Stanton ............ . .......Hal Underwood .................Dewitt Weaver ..................J tin Wiechers ..... . .............Larry Zlcgler ..................Rich Batssctt ............... ......Bob Dolcl ..... ..................Jim Pcrrlell ....................ixnj Graham ...................Don Headings ...................J erry M cG ee ... ................Hob Payne ......................Dick Ittiyan . , ...................Ken Still ......................Diivc Stockton ..................Bert Yanccy ....................Curtts Sifford ............... .a-Pred KnsU ....................Frank Beard ....................Dave Bollm an ..................George Boutel! ..................Steve Eiehstacdt ........ ........Doufi Ford ......................J erry Heard ..................Bunky Henry ...................George Knudson ................J lin lx:uiglcy .......... .........John Lt-vinson ..................ISob M enne ... ..................I-Joyd Monroe ...................22)33-35—6834-34—6S34-34—6834-34—6836-33—693,V34~6*J34-35—6934-35-61*34-35- 693«-34—«934-35—6935-34—6938-34-- 693.V34—«9,35-34—693.V34—6836-33— W>34-35-6935-35—7035-35—7036-34—7034-3£—7035-35—7036-34—7034-36-7031-36—7032-39—7034-36—7036-34 —7037-34—7135-36—7133-38—7133-S&—7135-30—7137-34—7138*35—7137-34—7134-37—7134-37—7133-38—7138-33—7135-38—7134-37—7133-38—7137-34—7135-36—713655—713S-38—Tl34-37—713635—7136-35-7134-37-7135-36-7135-36—7139-33-7237-35—7233-36—TV36-37—7230-36-7236-30—7237-35—7231-38—34-38—7235-37—7234-3S—71'35-37—723!>-34—7335-3S—73MikeHa rry ToscanoLee TrevinoCharles VolponeArt WnllJohn JacobsRolf Dem ingSteve ReidHale 1 rwlnJ.C.SnendRod Fum>et!iBob ShieldsBen KernRichard Mart inesDa le ixjuslassJ erry Barrier ....Henry BarablnDudley Wyatins ..lion AcreePaul IJarKhouseHowie JiihtisonDave HillCharlesa -PeterChuck MoaiBJba.uaOrxille MoodyTril HayesKd D« visl^arry SearsMickt-y Shawa-tlunotes amateur.:jTj.3S—7333-40—73;;7-36—7338-34—7334-39—7336-37—7334-39—7335-38—75W-'JT—T33S-85—7334-39—7335-38—73S&-3&—7335-3S—rj35-38—7338^0— 7437-37—7437-37—7437-37—7437-37—7436-3&—7436-36—7437-37—743S-3&-I438-36—743J-37—7437-37—7437-37—7437-37—7435-40-7537-3$- 7630-29—7640-30—7040-36-70-TGTwins Shut Out Angels:O's Outslug Hosox. ft-6BOSTON (AP) — Brooks Robinson collectedfive straight hits, including a pair of homers,while powering the Baltimore Orioles to an 8-6victory over the Boston Red Sox Friday nightdespite Tony Conigliaro's second grand-slamhomer in foiir days. Robinson singled to ignite athree-run second, hit his 16lh homer to lead offthe fourth singled in the sixth and belted a three-run shot into the left field screen to snap a 5-5tie in the seventh. He also doubled in the ninth.Mike Cuellar, Baltimore's 21game winner, who yielded Con-igliaro's grand slam^ failed toget through the first inning in aBid for a seventh straightvictory.Brooks1 Big StickBALTIMOREnb r h hiBuford IfSalmon «*J Powell ibFRoblnsn rfRcttenmd cfUlair ctUllobinsn SbDJohtueon 2bHcndrcks cCllCllBT PLconha rd pCrowlcj' phUrbwsky pWalt p613250220000S 0 1 041102000311053543100401000001100101010001000BOSTONab r h bAndrews 2b 3110RSmilh cfTConlglro rfPctroclll ssScot! 3bBConglro IfHrten»tcn pLylc pKiore phJurvis pa 11 e51306114812141214000800020201000000010100000Total 41 8 15 8 TotalBaltimore ISO 100Qotton 400 010LOB — Baltimore 11, Boston 8.Salmon, J. Powell, B. Rohinson. HRford (16>, T. ConSjjIlaro  ; T.ConigHaro!Bo.slun, 28.Runs Batted InF.Howarti, W;tshiiiKton, 112; Klljebrow,Minnesota, 107; .1. Powell. Baltimore, J)7;T.OoniRlinro. Boston, 94; Oliva,Minnesota, 82.Pltchlno12 DecisionsCuellar, Baltimore, 21-T, .750; McNallyBtUtimorc, 21-8. .724; Palmer. Baltimore,li*-8, .701; .McDowell, aevelaod. 19-9 .679C.Wright. California, 1P-9, .679.Player ClubCarty AllClonu-nto TgljHickmun t'hiW.i nriii-r LADletz SFOaston SDTorre StLNATIONAL LEAGUETolan CmPerez CmG ABlie 409103 35*6m 433135 612121 407127 006136 822103 3f»4R H80 14764 14282 14273 16767 13179 16273 15749 126132 510 HtO 163136 6t>4 m 161Pet..358.369.S£9.326.322.320.820.320.320.311*Home RunsBench, Cincinniui. 42; Pert-?.. Cinrinnstt•»• B Williams. CJUcano, MI 'ujE£i3t>; WcCovej', Sau l-'raiii'isiu. 34.Runs Batted InBench, Cincinnati, 129; Per*/.. Cincinnati124; H.Aaron, Atlanta, 113; 11. WilliamsChicago. 112; McCovey, San FranciscoICHi.Pitching12 DecisionsSimpson, Cincinnati. 14-3, ,SlM; NolanCincinnaU. 16-5. .762; Gibson, St. Louis,1J*-S, .760; Carroll, Cincinnati, 9-3. ,760;McMahon, San Franciico, 9-4 .6&2.(Continued from Page SSany rules of the U.S. LawnTennis Association or the Inter-national Lawn Tennis Federa-tion, both of which now are per-mitting colors.Observers said Gibson's actionwas provoked because of the see-through effect."There is nothing objection-able about the dress," Tingling,himself a picture in floweredknee-length jacket and danglingchains, said. "I have tried to in-corporate modern - style trendsinto tennis attire,"The modern-style Is the nudelook. These dresses only createan illusion. You appear to seebare skin btU you do not. Theyare not at all offensive."Carole Graebener of NewYork, a former ranking U.S.player, agreed."I have always admired Tin-gling's styles," she said. "Theyare always in the best taste." *Pat Stewart, another of themore attractive women players,said, "I see nothing wrong 'withthe nude look so long as youdon'tskin." actually see a person'sPhillies Recall FourFrom PCL Farm ClubPITTSBURGH (UPI) ~ ThePhiladelphia Phillies announcedFriday they were recalling fourplayers from their EugeneOre., farm dub in the PacificCoast League.The players are outfieldersScolt Reid and Joe Us, firstbaseman-outfielder Willie Mon-tanez and left-handed pitcherKen Reynolds.Reynolds had awith Eugene. Lis.324, had 36 homeruns batted in.batting .292 andhilling .276. Lisin homers andRBIs.13-10 recordwas lullingruns and 107Reid wasMontanez wasled the leaguewas second inCorkins PacesPadres PastReds, 15-2CINCINNATI (UPI) — Homeruns by Clarence Gaston, NateColbert and pitcher Mike Cork-ins, the letter's coming with thebases loaded, carried the SanDiego Padres to a 35-2 victoryover the Cincinnati Reds Fridaynight.Gaston got four hits and Col-bert and Jose Arcia chipped inwith three apiece to pace thePadres' 18-hit assault on fourpitchers.Twenty-game winner Jim Mer-ritt was tagged with the loss, his12th of the season.The grand-slammer was thefirst major league homer forCorkins, who stopped the Redswith five hits, one a two-runhomer by Bobby Tolan, beforegiving way to Paul Doyle in theeighth inning.Ron Slocum's two-run triplegave the Padres a 2-0 lead inthe second inning. They addedfive more in the fourth, four ofthem on Corkins' homer, whichsent Mcrritt to the showers.Jim Maloney, back on the ac-tive list, made his first appea-rance since rupturing an achilkstendon April 16 and waspounded for fivethem comingjam26! hlefttheANAHEIM (AP) — Brant Alyca cracked nthree-run, first-Inning homer and young BertBiyleven and veteran Ron Perranoski combinedto check California on five hits Friday night asthe Minnesota Twins scored a 4-0 victory Th.triumph, achieved before an Anaheim Stadiumcrowd of 38,199, sent the Twins four games aheadof the Angels In the battle for the AmericanLeague West title.Biyleven, 9-6, yielded to Perranoski in the sixth- - inning when the Angels loadedthe bases with one out Per-ranoski worked out of theand went on to record hissave of the season.Alyea's drive over thefield fence was his 13th ofseason and saddled Californiastarter Rudy May with his jjj'i,loss in 18 decisions.Minnesota added its final runoff Mel Queen in the eighthwhen Harmon Kilicbrew walkedand pinch-runner Frank Quilidtook UilnS when Tony Oliva dcslivered his fourth straightQuillci scored on a sacrificeby Jim Holt.Perranoski retire J so von in arow before Jim Frcgosi tripledwith two out in the eighth Butthe Minnesota bullpen atetired Alex Johnson whoFregosi had two hi is n,rAngels.homer,relief. during 1runs, two ofon Gallon's1-3 innings ofA CorkerSANArcJa 2bliohit 5 MG:ufU«n cfK  r h l.Se 2 & 240106 1 4 S2 0 0 04 S 2 04 S 8 3e o o o5 2 2 1a 2 i -j31141000CINCINNATIab T*« cf 4 1P 0 0Mi'!t*£ J'!; 1 0KOJM* rf 30RpRcJi If 30Pfjfjt it> 3 0. 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