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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - September 6, 1970, Darmstadt, Hesse undoy, September 6, 1970 THE STARS AND STRIPESPage 25!> spit 15-lnniiui Tic With 8th DivMarnemen Clinch Share of Second-Half TitleBy KLINT JOHNSONAssistant Sports EditorBAD KREUZNACH, Germany(S&S) _. The 3rd Inf Div Marne-nien — unaware that they hadclinched a tic for the second-halftitlc — battled the hosting 8thInf Div Pathfinders to a 5-5fdeadJock in 15 frustrating in-fnings here Saturday before theKame was called at 8:35 p.m.due to a disappearing sun.The crucial TJSAREUR contest\cill be finished off here Sunday,| starting at I p.m., followed bythe regularly scheduled season'sfinale.Despite the non-result, theMarnemen are assured of a tiefor the second-half cham-pionship, with VII Corps —rained out Saturday — the onlycontender left.The 3rd Armd Div fell twice toBerlin Saturday and was elimi-nated from the race. Ironically,3rd Armd's 4-3 first-game loss atBerlin was also a completion ofa lied game ~ a carry-over ofFriday's game called after 11 in-nings.The Bears whipped thevSpearhcaders, 10-1. in the secondcontest to oust 3rd Armd fromthe race.VII Corps is scheduled to playa doubleheader with V CorpsSunday and must win twice tohope for a playoff with 3rd InfDiv. The Marnemen need onlyto win once Sunday to sew upLOCALthe pennant and a berth in thechampionship series againstBerlin.The Marnemen and Pathfin-ders, the latter battling only forthe spoiler role, wrestled to a 4-4tie after nine innings. Then eachteam scored in the 10th, afterwhich the game settled into abelated mound duel between 3rdInf Div reliever Jerry Odom and8th Div's starter Jim Beasley.Two long strikes to the plateby Pathfinder leftfielder SteveCruz averted Marne runs in boththe llth and 14th innings. Bothtimes Cruz' throws to catcher= 1 Leroy Frazier nailed runnersFaust, Light Move Into USAREUR Tennis FinalsI GARMISCII, Germany (Spe-I cial) — It'll be two members of1 the 1970 All-Army tennis teamI b a 111 i n g for the USAREURcrown here Sunday.Both Robert Faust, TASCOM,breezed through Saturday'squarterfinal and semifinalrounds to reach Sunday's show-dowruThe 23-year-old Faust, whoplayed four years of tennis forand William Ught, 3rd Inf Div, | Texas A&M, defeated VII Corps'William Beverly, 6-2, 6-2. in therain-delayed quarterfinals, thentook both sets at love againstJames Moss, USAREUR andSeventh Army Trps.Earlier, Moss had eliminatedT A S C O M ' s surprising GaryBerlin Ousts SpearheadersFrom Race With 2 VictoriesBERLIN (Special) — Right-1 four runs with a two-run doublehander Wayne Gollaher and the \ in the fifth and a two-run singleixji..'$Berlin Bears put the brakes onthe 3rd Armd Div's second-halftitle aspirations by sweeping adoubleheader and thereby elimi-nnting the Spearheaders fromtitle contention in the USAREURt-9The first-half champion Bearswon the Friday's suspended!same in the 14lh inning. 4-3, jhere Saturday and then came iback to take the regularJv sche-duled same. 10-1.The suspended game, whichwas called Friday at the end ofthe llth with the score tied 2-2,was resumed in the 12th inning iSaturday. The Spearheaders}took a 3-2 lead in the top of (the iH!h but Berlin bounced back toscore two in its half of the in-:ning on Greg Lake's two-rundouble to win it,Gollaher was the winningpitcher in both games, tippinghis record to 12-8. RighthanderTim O'Leary worked the 11 in-nings of the suspended gameFriday and Gollaher look overSaturday and yielded two hitsand one run. In the secondgame, he gave up seven hits,struck out eight and walkednone.The losses dropped theSpearheaders into third placewith a 15-U mark, a half-gamebehind second-place VH Corps(15-10) and 2& behind theleague-leading 3rd Inf Div (17-8).Al Jones led the second-gamevictory with four hits in fivetrips with two RBI while LarryWoilz, Lake and O'Leary all hadtwo hits each. Woltz drove inStandingsUSAREUR LeagueSECOND HALF3r& In| 0tv mffVH Co«w3"! Armd DivTASCOI* ......*«fc Armd DivI VlotInf Divw17141310.S.TI l\L Pet. CB10\\1212131313.53S.sad.4ftO.«*»SVi30 .3M 11'iRe«ult*V Corp* at VU Carv*. r*iaBfflin «-lO, 3rd A:m\l Divtj.in« 14 Uuvmjtm.TASCOM 1. Ul InJ Div 5 Anna D»v 7, UBAIUiVIt««»Ui Army Trps s3td Inf Djv 5, fcih Inf Diy 5.mcui 12) an 12' ar.tt Ntrwrnan.dOi. w —uoiiatKT tii-s>. t,—De-CAMESATURDAY'S«,*""- 0~..;;; ™™Shcrranl, . Tr«A>!wu.Shafi-r; Ooltahurr an
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