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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - July 20, 1968, Darmstadt, HessePage 20 the stars and stripes they a stand american league Detroit Cleveland 62baltimore 49 Boston 40 Minnesota 43oakland 3 new York 42california 2 Chicago 39 Washington 31 won Lott 58 3341 3942 4647 4047 48 56 pet637 .559.6b7 .523 .483.478 .477.472 .448.356 a a 7 th11 14 14 h 16 17 25 thursday s result Detroit 3, Oakland 1 Minnesota 7, Boston 2chicago 2, Baltimore 1 new York 4, Washington 1,Only Raines scheduled National league won lost pet. A a 9im 13 1517 17 go 3 6 11 vi17 19 i St. Louis 50 32 .048atlanta 60 41 .649 Philadelphia 46 42 .523 san Francisco. 46 45 .605c? 43 45 .489 Chicago 5 48 .484pittsburgh 42 49 .462 new York 43 50 .462los Angeles 42 50 .457 Houston 39 63 .434 thursday result Atlanta 7, Houston 1 new York 3, Pittsburgh 0san Francisco 3. St. Louis 0, los Angeles at Cincinnati rain Only games scheduled Pacific coast league Eastern division won lost pet Tulsa 57 34 .628 Phoenix 57 40 .588san Diego 52 42 .553 Indianapolis. 44 44 .500oklahoma City 40 51 .440 Denver 37 63 .411 Western division Spokane 56 39 .589 Seattle 47 47 .500 8v4xhawtui 4 49 .473 11 Portland 39 47 .453 12htacoma 9 51 .433 14 v4 Vancouver 38 53 .418 18x-late game not included. Thursday s result Tulsa 14, Indianapolis 6 Seattle 5, Tacoma 1spokane 4, Oklahoma City 2 Denver 6, Vancouver 4san Diego 4, Phoenix 1 International league won los pct. A Toledo 51 40 .660 Rochester 48 42 .523 3vicolumbus 4 43 .606 6 Jacksonville 45 44 .506 5louisville 45 45 .600 5v4 Syracuse 3 44 .494 8buffalo 43 48 .473 8 Richmond 40 51 .440 u thursday s result Richmond 5, Columbus 4 Jacksonville 0, Louisville 4syracuse 6. Buffalo 5 Rochester at Toledo postponed we grounds Eastern league thursday s result Reading 3. Waterbury 2 plots fled 4-3, Binghamton 3-1 Elmira 7, York 6. 13 innings Southern league thursday s result Montgomery 6, Savannah 0 aah Eville at Charlotte postponed rain Birmingham at Evansville postponed rain. Texas league thursday s result Dallas fort Worth 3, san Antonio Arkansas 4, Albuquerque 1 Amarillo at Shreveport postponed rain�1 paso at Memphis postponed rain Conigliaro purchases Cape cod nightclub Boston a Tony Conigliaro Boston red sox slugger and sometime Singer has bought a nightclub in East Falmouth on Cape cod. Conigliaro who starred in the Outfield for last year s Ameri can league Pennant winners be fore he was hit in the face by a pitch still Hopes to return to the Boston team possibly As Pitcher. He has begun daily workouts at Fenway Park. He suffered blurred vision after being struck by the pitch last August. Foster polite bout set new York up Light heavyweight Champion Bob Foster making his first ring appearance since winning the title from Dick Tiger will meet Harley polite in an Over the weight bout in Springfield mans. July 29. Nicklaus right in hitting left continued from Page is branches while Clearing the trap100 Yards away and go through an opening 20 feet wide to the Green. He jokingly said it was a decided advantage to have been a switch hitter As a Junior High school baseball player. Nicklaus also made another significant shot but one that is More in line with his image. He drove the Creek on no. 18 with a 280-Yard tee shot. He was the Only golfer reported to have tried to drive the Creek which crossed the Fairway 253 Yards off the tee Nicklaus said he had trouble getting charged up even though it is the pea. Uninspiring weather How can you get inspired Inthis weather he asked referring to the 90-degree temperatures and High humidity. When i got Over the Ball i was t he said he played under extreme opposite weather conditions in the British open last week. We were so blasted cold that you set a fast Pace just to keep warm the normally slow playing Nicklaus said. They paired me with Dave Thomas who is one of their fastest players. I think we were paired for a reason. But after a few holes Dave turned to me and asked when did you turn into a Grey hound " the weather was in the 50s and he wore two sweaters Over his Golf shirt. He would have been comfortable in a swimming suit Here. Scores. Continued from Page 18 Thomas Llly Chlorn 35-4176bob Rosa 37-4077 Ken Burnette 38-3877robert Crowley 38-3977 Fred Nonn Oberg 87-4077dudley Wysong 38-4277 Dave marr30-4177dick Turner 37-4077 Frank Wharton 39-3877tom Wetak opt 35-4277 Freil dle Haas 39-3877doug Ford 38-3977 Sam Urzetta 38-3977jerry Barber 37-4077 Jimmy Picard 38-3977 Edward Lockle 36-4177william of Rylel 39-3978 Don january 38-4078bob Hamilton 37-4178 Craig Shankland 37-4178don Collett 39-3978 Jim Turnesa 41-3778tal Sotui 41-3778 Robert Kruse 39-4079 John Dalrymple 41-3879robert Schoener 39-4070 George Bayer 38-4179 Joule to Brown 38-4170 Raymond Floyd 38-4179jay Alan White 30-4079 Charloe Volpone 37-4279paul kenyan 40-3079 Paul Bombe icon 40-3978 to null Mattson 40-3979dan Murphy 30-4079 Jim o Hurn 39-4070hob Galloway 41-3080 Larry Fryer 38-42 80 Jim Ferrier 40-4080joe Conrad 42-3880 Dick St Ranalan 37-4380rverner Tekl Mann 38-4280 Robert Hill 40-4080iveo Ellin 42-3981 Sou Tchoi Lellot 41.4001 Merle Bucklund 38-4381ii Maji Iru 42-3081 on head Lyngh 40-4181 Lychard Allnut 41-4081jerry it it 42-40b2 Quorne it yes 4j-41 82jill olt he 404282 Gary 4cm2--82 Vii or Piton 43-4083. Ludu King 40 43 83 Juul Kern 4s-39--k4 Tolburt Nichum 4 1-3884ohn Krill nun 45-40--83 our run Mccurty 42-4486 m bit in 41-45-84tay Omta 40 4tt i Arry Cru for withdrew a Roll Huylo. K withdrew Hick Bwana withdrew f Nail passes 1 million Mark in attendance 8b san Francisco Upis the North american soc = s cer league has passed he s5 one million Mark in attend e s Ance it was announced 5a thursday by chairman p. 5 = k. Macker. He said that the turnout e e for 193 games had reached 5e 1.001,834, for an average � e of 5,189 per contest. The a total includes All league = = games plus International h e exhibitions Macker said. S Seaver fourth shutout to whip by Pittsburgh up Tom Seaver pitched a six hitter for his fourth shutout of the season and the new York Mots combined four singles and walk to score three runs in the sixth inning thursday night an beat the Pittsburgh pirates 3-0 Seaver the mets1 hard Luck Pitcher during the Early Par of the season scored his sixth Victory in his last seven it a in hampers Clay net play continued from Page 19 Stuckert both of and Pasarell seeded third beat Bob and Mike Spreng Lemeyer Dubuque Iowa,6-2, 6-1. Richey teamed with Arth Rashe Richmond va., for a 6-1, 6-3 decision Over oklahoman Gary Perry and Glen a match scheduled Between the second seeded team of Osborne and Jim Mcmanus Berkeley calif., and Lessen and Tom Mozur Sweetwater tenn., was postponed by rain. Cornejo and his chilean part Ner Jaime fill were eliminated 9-7, 6-2 by George Seewagen Bayside n.y., and Sherwoo Stewart Baytown Tex. In women s doubles fourth seeded miss f r e t z and mis Rogers advanced to the third round. They Defeated Carol Hunter Woodridge conn., and sex Bronco Qto rejoin Denver Denver Colo. A John Mccormick a former starting quarterback for the Denver Broncos is coming out of retire ment and will rejoin the Ameri can football league team this weekend coach Lou Saban said thursday. Mccormick 31, was Denver Sno. 1 signal caller during most of the 1965 and 1966 seasons but retired after the 1966 season to go into the insurance business. I guess i just got the itch said Mccormick a 6-2 215-Pound former Star at Massachusetts. The Broncos also announce they have recalled from the waiver list Pete Jaquess 29, defensive Back who played col lege football at Eastern new Mexico. Peggy Moore new Orleans 8-1, 6-0, and Roylee Bailey Sacra mento calif., and Marifaye Christensen grand Junction,Colo., 6-1, 6-2. Top seeded Maryne Godwin and Laura Russow of South Africa took Tarn o Shaughnessy and Ann Lebedeff of Fullerton,calif., 6-2, 4-, 6-2. Miss Barkowicz and miss Defina seeded second beat Dena Garcia Knoxville tenn., and Andrea Sanders Tulsa okla6-0, 6-3. Miss Richey and miss Legen fuss the no. 3-seeded team eliminated Lulu Gongora of Mexico and Mary Mclean Sanantonio Tex., 6-1, 6-1. Ten by Tho Anoo lated pre based on 323 at Bau. 5 players sign Viking contracts Minneapolis St. Paul a the Minnesota Vikings Lave signed two veterans and free free agents but lost a linebacker to military Hargrove a backup line Backer was called up by his army Reserve unit for six months Active duty and apparently will be lost for the season. Veterans signed were Clin Jones running Back and Gene Vash Inkton split end both rom Michigan stale. Signed As free agents were linebacker Dennis Alvarez 21,Nebraska defensive tackle Jim Accord 22, Nebraska and Ken Kazmarek linebacker from in Diana. American player club monday Oak her Nuon Bunca Rcw Man a thu Mykl Doto Llva Man Uhland or a White by Cal league o a p. N 247 3176 260 63 23385 233 82 310 89 336 88 340 87 330m 310 64 377 h pet. 74 .300 so .297 58 .29281 .2s7 82 .286 08 .2s3 96 .28291 .279 87 .27389 .272 Home . With Lorton. 26 Detroit. 23 Herrelson. Boa Lon 20h-Jaclcflon, Oakland 15 Powell Baltimore 14 Olla. Minnesota 14freohan, Detroit 14. Runs batted i Harrelson. Boston 67 f. Howard Wash Tritton 63 Northrup. Detroit 65 Powell Baltimore. 53 . Detroit. Sit pitching 8 , Detroit 18-2. Boo John. Cd Locaso. 7-2, .778 Plant. Cleveland. J5-5750 Wright California. 6-2, .750 Perra Nokaj. Man Taota. 6-3, ,760. National Layar club to a cd flood Btl can Mullan All Orote nym Ailer la staub Hon Phi Horai can league 0 a r 80 281 2481 331 56 01 384m 358 70 30180 358 84 38191 341 78 370 79 318 h03 m 10953 121 m 11328 83 23 7917 84 35 10443 83 23 m pet. .331 .329 .310 .310 .309 .300 .306 .300 .303 .899 Horn Runa Mccovy. San Francuck 23 r Allan. Philadelphia. 20 . Atlanta 19hart. Sun Francl co. My Bank Chicago 15 but troll Pittsburgh 15, runt baud i Mccovey san Francuck. 60 , Philadelphia 54 ii. Aaron Atlanta 63pert., 63 Hurt. Ban franc Loco 63. Pitching of Liloni Abernathy Cincinnati. 7-1, .870 marlchal.8an Francisco 17-4, .810 to an. A Hlaiko 82, Hoo Blauna Pittsburgh 7-2, .778ollmon, , 12-5, .700 Kodaman new York 12 5. .704. Eagles get Canadian Center Philadelphia up the Philadelphia eagles have announced the signing of cent Ergene Ceppetelli who earned 1967 a 11 Canadian football league honors with the Hamilton Tiger cats. Decisions and walking shutout is 8 Reco Radji 10 and the m but the mels rail runs in the sixth after de Charles struck out but Harrelson scored the o the game As cd hit into a Force play at Jerry Grote and p Lowed with run scor the loss was the ninth agates Tom Seaver. Wins 6th of last 7 seven wins for Mccan who yielded eight hits All three runs and walked two in 5 2-3 Umpire de Sudol left the game in the fourth inning when struck on the Collarbone by a foul tip off Roberto Clemente s Bat. Mets zeroing in new York Pittsburg Hab r h m so bbl Hamilton m 4 1 1 n Vuin m 301 Jonea it 4100 Alley 2b Shamsky to s 0 2 0 Bur la if 0 1 age of 1000 cum Nta re 4081 Hyrle 3b 3000 a Ion of 4030 Kra Pool in 4101 la 4000 Rota a3b och Cleaver p 3021 a Nikitin 3b 4021 pm try c4010 or Donn p 4010 Hinry p Kim a Walker p 4000 j010jooo 00001000 0000 total 343d3 total ns.06?new York 000 Obj 000-j Pittsburgh 000000 000-Jeharrclwon. 1 an in. I 1 in a lob new York k. Ritu Burslie 61 " Wii Charles. Cavor Mcbean l.7-0? Henry 1- Walker we Beaver Cui an. 6,234. Drysdale Northrup get Heusen Honor h Rehb so 0 0 0 1 �8 3 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 3 1 7-2 33, a new York a Drysdale s pitching nah Man Northrup s Home run hitting have won the two major Jujj users the Heusen outstand no achievement award in the june balloting. Apple Drysdale the los Angeles dodgers Ace won for he Sec Ond straight " the offended his record hi"1 Coreless innings to m. Northrup to troit of scored by hitting no Wner on Success i im1" Une " o successive 24 Gaius with cd Volant

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