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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - August 9, 1968, Darmstadt, Hesse,j-., Aaugust 9, 1968 the stars and stripes Page 17 fights t s no franchise l a racing me officials and Spon big of Montreal s beleaguered Sorf. I league franchise were n 2x in thursday night aft 10"sirentlv coming up with or answers wednesday to it could Cost the team. Or main problem is time m Mavor lean Drapeau after sad Oil from the All Day e tint also attended by a re it and John Mcl Lale administrative assistant to commissioner William d. would think there will be a Montreal baseball said after wednesday s 90-Minule morning they have until aug. 15. We did t accomplish As Muchas we would have liked on aug. 15 financial backers will have to put up a first pay ment of $1,120,000 to keep the franchise awarded to Montreal last May 27. The period of time we have to execute everything is so Short the mayor said. We re working against the the mayor would not name the specific problems confront ing the sponsors and the City but we both want the same thing the Best solution for everybody he mayor said a plan to put a roof Over the 25,000-seat a Mostade built for expo 67. Is close to being would be too costly for its purpose. If it could be done Forn cheaper Price it would be All right the mayor said he hoped he could provide some answers after thursday s would have liked to have accomplished More hut there Are Many problems thai have Tobe ironed out the mayor said. One of the chief problems has been the financing of a dome for it Rama Day .45 theto of major wins by 1 at Perry Camp Prrry Ohio up in one of the most dramatic finishes in the 64-year history of the National pistol Champion ship an air Force officer withstood a Challenge from former Champion to become the first member of his service to win the National Franklin Gre a san Antonio. Tex., entered wednes Day s Competition with a 12 Point Lead but had to stand by until Navy to Donald Hamil ton Brookline mass., narrowed the Lead to four Points by the filial finished with a Low 872 out of 900 for a three Day total of 2635 Points. Hamilton who won Here in 1965 and 1966. Finished with a 2634 total. Wins .45 title Hamilton s 883 for the made him High with the Aliber pistol and this was Only sub aggregate title escape Green. He won the .22 Caliper title monday and on tuesday captured the Cente fire Crown for .38 Caliper or higher handguns. Two other defending Cham pions were successful in regain ing their titles. Michigan stat police officer Elwyn Burnett East Lansing. Mich., recaptured the police Crown with a 2613, and John ii. Johnson Fullerton calif., took the civilian championship with a 2622 score third straight Nule Sehle Ritzauer Lowell mich., won her second women s National championship As she Deihr vied Sallie Carroll Spokane wash., 2571-2518. The new Champion won he first title Here in 1965. The Reserve title went to diet Dale Boehnke Springfield 111, with a 2573 score. The air Force Blue squad wrapped up its third straight Uva championship with a four Man score of 1165 out of 1200 Points. The Navy was second and the marines took third and fourth. Firing on the winning air Force team were Green . Arnold Vitarbo new York City,n.y., . John Ditmore Huntsville ark., and . Edwin Teague Chandler Ariz. Tigers Chalk up pair Over indians 5-29 6-1 Detroit a Bill fryc Han s two run double capped a three run Detroit rally in the first inning and the front run Ning tigers Defeated cleveland6-1 wednesday night after completing a 5-2 Victory in a game suspended the night before. After John Wyatt retired the indians in the ninth inning of the suspended game making that Victory official the Tiger jumped on Sam Mcdowell Cleveland s starter in the regularly scheduled contest. Mickey Stanley opened with an infield hit and then Mcdowell walked Dick the first pitch to Al Kaline was a Ball Eddie Fisher relieved Mcdowell who has been troubled by a sore Elbow Kaline singled for one run and Freehan followed with his Dou ble scoring two More and giving Earl Wilson a Quick bulge. Willie Hort ii added his 27th Homer and Dave Campbell hit his first in the picked up his 10th Vic tory against nine losses. He blanked Cleveland on six hit until the seventh and then Daryl Patterson finished , picking up where he left off tuesday set Dow Cleveland without a run in the top of the ninth to Seal the Tiger Victory in the suspended game. End of suspense first game Cleveland Detroit a r h bi4 ii 2 u Maul info 2tj 4 0 1 0 Stanley of of 1 1 in u Norl Liruo of 1 1 0 guru in 1, 0 1 2 Cash in ii 0 0 ii w it Al 1011 Price c 1 u 1 0 Frei a an 100 i . 2 l 0 u is p 0 i l l o 4121 4111 2 0 0 u 1 1 u 4 \ 1 0 1000 1 h i Cleveland 0002000002 Detroit 010 004 00 x 5 1111 Detroit 2. Lob Cli vol i i a 6. Sports cards subdue reds do Lead 2b . So tru i w i in . 5 1-" k. Fisher Spiri a 1- Lolich a -7. 22-3 Wyatt 5hbp Inu Fisher. T 2 a in to. Early Start second Cleveland be. He a r or be so 0 0 game Detroit pirates place Virdon on divers St a i Lark plots Buhell a the Musl Urikh pirates placed Ril Virdon a coach activated As a player in an emergency move waivers wednesday and asked to return infielder Fred in 1 ate to the Active list. Patek went on the disable dolls t july 15 with a hairline Frac of the left wrist. Pittsburgh wants to return Virdon tit St. Louis i u i Orlando Cepeda Tim Mccarver and Phil gag Tuulio knocked in runs for the league leading St. Louis cardinals wednesday night to Back the eight hit pitching of Mel Nelson and Dick Hughes and beat the Cincinnati keds 3-1.the Victory gave the Cardin als a record of 20-h since the All Star game and boosted their Load to 14 games in Hie National 1 a a .ue.mccarver, fighting i slump for the last month singled the first inning to drive Home Bobby Tolan who had been hit with a pitched pm by starter George Culver and stolen second. Tolan was playing to enter Field in place of Uirl flood Esteil for the game in manager hed . Cepiha. Also fighting a slump and benched last weekend Lor poor hitting in nub in m the Fitu inning to again score had doubled. With one out. Galliano singled tune Honor Maris who had walked bet orc Cepeda s hit which knocked out Culver whose record dropped to 9-11 Gagliano s Ruu sconing hit was allowed by reliever a Hitchie. Nelson facing the oils Toi thu first tune in his career. Improved his Masou Ici on to the Only Cincinnati run was a Homer by Pete Rose the reds leading hitter in the sixth inning. Hughes relieved Nelson after Leo Cardenas led off the eighth with a single. He forced Pinch hitter Mack Jones to hit into a double play and allowed one hit the rest of the Start of the game was delayed one hour and 16 minutes by ram. Dealing fast and hard Cincinnati St. Louis " re May if i aul p Tik Rutoli Sims. Kulu a 2i. Harris 21. Lbs oven is Mpozi la p Kisin a 1 1 Iok p Kuru l if total Cleveland Detroit up Pitr i Voit o a us no 2 Nivins tit All r l ill4 0 j 1 stand a 5 0 ii 0 Tri i ski s. 4 u 1 0 of 0 ii 11 0 Fri Al in 11 4 1 0 0 Chorion if i u 0 Wert 4 l 1 0 i o c n u n 0 of Miilu la 21 4 1 2 0 m. 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Who Pla de wit coach Weeb e a b a i k when Ewbank coached Baltimore inthe National football league came to the lets from san Diego in 1963. A 10-year Veteran of pro1 football he had t missed play ing a game As a let. I Lull 1 i outfoxed is Arpito knit Holt out. L with Gronros clubs ban Denver. Colo. A blanker and up iter Bob Scarpitto last contract holdout at the Denver Broncos training came to terms with theban football league wednesday. Coach Lou . Who played College foul Ball at notre pain. Has lev both professional leagues m Pununy thu past two years Wuh Praia a of 4f s and 4-1.9 Yards per kick respectively. He is a seve i year Veteran of including the list six deliver. Thu at Perth. Australia a a Quick Brown Fox ruined the t Hanes of Farmer Ted Glasson in the Balliu Iol championships 121 Miles North of Perth. On the fifth Hole Liaison after three shots was by just Eihl feel l no tint up. As he walked toward the Ball with his Hopes Uta Birdie four a u x walked out from Bushes onto the Tiri t ii sniffed the then off. Glasson Ball from the u t shod with h Tor Ball picked it up and play i d Amiran another and tin Llu Hole

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