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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - August 5, 1968, Darmstadt, HesseThe stars and stripes Page 23 St tet Cordero snatches i for politely Indel. A Bohe politely making torn the far turn tothe stretch came on to was the fourth consecutive the Chestnut 5-year 12hydros qualify in Seattle Seattle up two unlimited hydroplane made successful qualification runs Satur Day completing the 12-boat Field for sunday s world Champion ship race on Lake Washington. Miss ., driven by Bil Muncey turned in a highly respectable qualifying time of114.165 Miles per hour. Savair s Mist piloted by 64-year-Oldwalter Kade was the final boat to make it into the Field qualifying at 103.053 Miles per were required to make one Lap around the three mile Lake Washington course at More than 100 Miles per hour to qualify for sunday s race. Near record the fastest qualifying time of the week was registered by miss Eagle electric of Spokane which Warner Gardner drove to a near record 120.267 Miles per hour. The boat just missed breaking the course one Lap record of 120.536, which miss oxide with Bill brow at the wheel set while qualifying for the 1965 Gold cup Eagle electric shared the favorite s role for sunday Competition with defending National Champion miss Bardahl driven by 25-year-old Billy Schumacher. Bardahl was the second fastest qualifier with a 116.129 Dame driven by Jack Regas finished third on the qualifying ladder at 115.385, followed by miss boats in the Field their Drivers and the speeds at which they qualified were miss Budweiser Bill Sterett,jj3.685 Harrah s club Jim Mccormick 111.340 my Gypsy Tommy Fults 110.656 Gale s asps Bertail Jerry Schoenith,108.652 Parco s of ring miss Freddie alter 106.299 Atlasman lines Bob Miller 104.449, Smirnoff Dean ,111.504. Sheepshead Bay Handicap a Aqueduct and Monmouth Park s Molly Pitcher earned $76,475 for mrs. Richard c. Dupont boosting her1968 bankroll to $256,336. Carrying top weigh1, of 126pounds, politely covered they mile Delaware Park racing strip in 2 024-5, As she out gamed Eddie Belmonte and plucky an who were lengths ahead of Lazy f. Ranch treacherous. It was the ninth win in 14 starts for politely. She went off the second Choice of the crowd of 18,357 and returned$8.80, $4.20 and $3.20. Plucky pan paid $3.60 and $3.20, an treacherous $4.60. Chicago up Calumet farm s Forward pass though carried wide on the first turn made steady Progress in the Field of six thereafter at Arlington Park saturday to handily win the $115,000 Ameri can Derby for three year Olds under jockey Milo Valenzuela. Forward pass was timed at1 48 4-5, two seconds slower than the track record i winning his seventh stake of the year. He was carrying High weight of 123 pounds and gave away from three to nine pounds to his five rivals. Still favorite still he was the Odds on favorite of the crowd of 31,247 and went off at 1-5 while the second Choice in the Field . Hawn s Polex was 4-1. Verna Lea farm s no double a 17-1 shot broke out of the number four Post position As Thefield started in the Middle of the Home stretch and instead of heading into the turn he carried jockey Laffit Pincay,jr., Down the Center of the track into the turn forcing Devega the horse in the number five Post position and Forward pass coming out of the number six Slot wide while the three inside horses made up ground close to the rail. P i no a y got no double straightened around and he set the Pace Down the Back stretch and almost into the Home stretch before Forward pass collared him and Drew out to win. Saratoga Springs . Up or. Fager romped to an eight length Victory in the 41strunning of the $53,500 Whitney stakes at Saratoga saturday Ashe shortest favorite at the track since the Advent of pan Mutual betting in 1940. The Brilliant son of rough Tumble going to the front at the Start steadily increased mislead Over three rivals and paid the Legal limit of $2.10 straight in belting restricted to win in order to pay 5 cents on the Dollar the racing association had to reach into its coffers for $3,403.68.spoon bait was second in the 1 1-8-mile race a length ahead of fort drum. Fast count completed the Small Field 15lengths farther Back. Victory was Worth $34,775 to tartan farm and raised or. Fager s lifetime earnings to$832,892. He now stands 14th on the list of leading Money winners. A Viet marines yanks team up in Delta invasion san Diego surprises s.f., 30-18 san Diego Calif. Up fullback Brad Hubbert scored on a screen pass from Joh Hadl with 1 45 left to insure the american football league Sandiego chargers a 30-18 Victory Over the National league Sanfrancisco 49ers saturday night. The come from behind exhibition win was san Diego s first Over an nil club and was the49ers first loss to an Al club. Hadl moved the chargers who were Down 18-17, from their 29-Yard line to the 49ers 24. San Niego api statistics of the san Francisco san Diego football game 49ers chargers first Downs 20 16rushing part rape 107 126 passing yardage 164 101return yardage 109 160 passes 37-19-2 19-10-0 punts 2-81 -1-162 fumbles lost 2-s1 4-162 Yards penalized 36 53 parolee trades stripes for pads on third Down he f 1 i p p de inthe left Flat to Hubbert who powered Over several 49ers Enro Ute to the touchdown. Intercepted pass several plays later Middle linebacker Chuck Allen intercepted a John Brodie pass an returned it 29 Yards for the final chargers held a 17-6 Lead going into the fourth period but Brodie led san Francisco on two so o r i n g drives to give the49ers the Lead at 18-17. Ken Willard capped both drives by scoring on one Yard plunges san Diego scored the firs time it got the Ball marching 71 Yards in 12 plays with had passing to Lance Alworth for the final two Yards. Rookie boots Fig san Francisco Rookie Denn Spatera narrowed the sap to 7-3 by kicking a 10-Yard Field chargers moved ahead 17-6 at halftime on a 45-Yard Fiel goal by Tom Dempsey and a six Yard scoring pass from Hadl to Willie teams weren t permitted to kick their must pass or run their conversions in inter league play. Saigon up Infantrymen and South vietnamese marines sunday invaded the Everglades like wastes of the u Minh Forest a major Mekong Delta enemy hideout for the first time in the .. B52 bombers flying Over a thunderstorm unleashed 750,000pounds of bombs on the Forest of darkness before 850 men of the 9th inf div and the South vietnamese marines were airlifted to the Edge of the Forest by american the first hours 6f fighting 28 Viet Cong were killed. On South vietnamese Marine also died freelance correspondent Douglas Warren said. 150 . Killed sunday s invasion was the la test venture in a six Day Allied penetration deep in the Mekong Delta in which at least 150 Vietcong have been killed. It was being called operation in other operations in the Delta sunday at least 38 enemy were reported killed by Helicopter gunship Crews. Ameri can troops in the Northern Sec Tor near Danang reported at least 47 enemy soldiers dead i artillery and helicopter attacks. . Infantrymen found $150,-000 in $50 Bills while making a routine search of a Cave 300miles North of Saigon Mili tary spokesmen disclosed Sun Day. It was the largest single Money Cache every found by american units in Vietnam. The Cash was discovered by squad of riflemen from the 173rd airborne brigade wednesday while they probed the Cave 35 Miles Northwest of qui Nho near the coast of the South China Command in Saigon waited until sunday to announce the find while determining that the Money was not airborne troops also found 935,000 vietnamese Piaster about $7,900 at the official rate of said the Money Hac been placed in sandbags but soother documents were found and it was presumed the cach belonged to the e n e m y. The Region around the Cave is considered enemy territory.. Marines and 1st air Cav div troops meanwhile reported killing 47 enemy in three actions in the an Hoa Basin 20miles Southeast of Danang. Most of the enemy dead were caught in artillery and helicopter Region Long a communist stronghold was the scene of heavy fighting last week which saw heavy losses on both communists were killed by american helicopter gunships operating in the Mekong Delta Southwest of Saigon spokesmen reported. Fifteen communists were killed in a .infantry ambush North of Saigon. Plus Cannati a Michigan prison Camp paroled Lessee is and the defensive Buck from Michigan state reported to the it i x be Bafo immediately and worked out with them Satin a nth is l Drolc Friday after serving eight months of a 15 3 12-18 � � ill Mao san Francisco. 3 san Diego. Up Alki Ali 1 ass m pm Funn Hall Patora 10 up Kun i Vin by 45sp a Nuich 6 l i a Ruiu . Smith runs v o l iat in 34 so Willard 1 run pass fail eds Villaru 1 Van run Falli so Hubbert 24 puss from Haiti. If Titi r rom Haiti up Allen a 1a to ii run Vailima 3s ,563. 3rd inf div i is found dead Aschaffenbur Germany is an 18-year-old 3rd inf div Soldier was found dead inbred in his Barracks room at ready Kaseane Here Early Friday morning a division spokesman Soldier pfc. Lawrence d. Ayres of he and he co 3rdbrigade, was found dead by the charge of quarters about 12 40a.m. During a routine bed Check the spokesman death was attributed to presumptive aspirations of com is survived by his parents or. And mrs. John Ayres of Irwin a. No reason for Philly to become filthy Philadelphia up ten housewives presented mayor James Tate with a $1,341 Bill for Street cleaning representing 813 woman hours of work at $1.05 an housewives said ill neighbourhood residents had swept and washed Clown the streets outside their Home because the City did not do so. California 1st to put Wallace on the ballot Sacramento Calif. Up third party candidate George c. Wallace was officially nominated for president of the United states saturday by the California Branch of his Ameri can Independent former Alabama Gover nor was unanimously nominated by the air state convention. A list of 40 official electors pledged to Wallace will be on the California presidential thus became the first state to guarantee Wallace spot on the ballot. His party qualified As a rival to the Republican and democratic parties last january by Register ing More than 100,000 members. You people in Californi have had More to do in changing the political trend of this country than any state so far Wallace told the 400persons attending the gathering. The former governor said his candidacy will have a Strong effect on both major la Sway not because of the heat but from the move ment he told his enthusiastic eluded both major parties with his frequently repeated Contention that there s not a dime s Worth of difference Between As we say in the South in Little hillbilly song its just too late to ask forgiveness Wallace Drew a standing ovation when he told the crowd when i become president we re going to take Ever communist out of every defense Plant in the Blaiberg reported 6doiiig very Well Capetown South Africa or Philip Blaiberg is do into very Well groote Schuur Hospital reported Satur Day As the world s longest surviving cardiac transplant patient went into his eight month since receiving a new heart Jan. 2.there was still no Indk action saturday when he was Likely to be discharged. _ publisher Dies in . As1hjry Park . A Jacob Robert Cominsky 69, of new York publisher of the sat urday review and vice president of its Parent firm the mecallcorp., died at his summer Home of an apparent heart attack

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