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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - July 26, 1968, Darmstadt, HesseThe stars and stripes upset by Mca anus set jul he can crack tin and beat some More of tots comparative in is Len Schloss of Balti or stunned no. 2-seeded ties Pasarell puerto Rico h 6-3, 6-2. Ban out of steam Pasarell americas no. 1 ranked player ran out of steam Thek Gree humid weather after ripping through the first Marthur Ashe Richmond va., Ifo 2-ranked american reached fee Quarter finals with two Vic lories. He eliminated Albert Carrero of puerto Rico 6-1, 6-2, and Patricio Cornejo a chilean Lavis cup Star 6-1, 6-4.eighth-seeded Stan Smith Pasadena Calif., and unseeded Bob Lutz los Angeles advanced into the third round and loth led in second matches Hen a rainstorm suspended. I play. Smith Defeated George see agon of Bayside n.y., 6-0, 6-1, and was leading James of Tome of Honolulu 6-1, 2-1, when the Rains came. Lutz disposed of Aroura Rahim of Pakistan 6-4, hand was ahead 6-5 against Mia s Premjit Lall before the downpour. Reissen win fourth seeded Marty Reissen of Evanston Iii and Ray Moore the Long haired South african also ousted Ron Goldman of Washington b.c., 6-1, 6-4,mile fifth seeded Moore Over came Jaime Fillol of Chile 6-3,h, 13-11. Australia s Allen Stone led Veteran Ham Richardson of Dallas 10-8, 2-1, when the rain came in the women s Competition the Quarter final round was completed when Valeri Ziegen the third seeded from san die calf eliminated Emil Ierien of san Antonio tex., r Kristy Pigeon of Calif Defeated Southi m s Laura Russow 6-3, t p Cecelia of san Francisco 6-2, a Mestl 1 7a it was again Page 19 Trevino blasts Ace no shows9 at St. Paul Golf St. Paul Minn. A Champion Lee Trevino surveyed the Field of missing names in the $100,000 Minnesota Golf classic which opens thurs Day and said that s Lousy. The tournament situation is getting out of hand. Pretty soon there la come Day when they All pay $200,000. This will ease som Good ones out of the picture. This is one of the oldest tournaments on the tour. I be never seen Keller but i m looking for Marilynn Smith front weeps on Carol Mann s shoulder. After losing Buckeye open on penalty lady got ers criticise Call Toronto a Lenn Wirtz director of the ladies professional golfers association tour was reported on the spot wednesday for his slow play Walsh Given top Billing in Nail switch new York a has resigned As chair Man of the Board of the North american soccer league and Dick Walsh has been elevate from president to the newly created position of commissioner of the 17-team league it was announced Metzenbaum owner of the Cleveland stokers was elected president. Macker resigned to eliminate an impasse among league directors As to who should become commissioner. He will handle Public relations for the other action the directors disbanded the executive com Mittee. Four new committees we reformed an International games committee to be headed by Dick Cecil of the Atlanta chiefs a Public relations an television committee under George Fleharty of the Vancouver royals a youth development committee to be led by Cliv Etoye of the Baltimore Bays and a finance committee under Paul Waters of the Dallas Tornado. Penalty against Marilynn Smith last weekend in Cincinnati. The women golfers have scheduled a meeting later this week to discuss the Smith was penalized two strokes for slow play in the Buckeye tournament. It Cost her the title which went to Carol Mann. The touring women Are in to Ronto for the 54-Hole super test open. Wirtz Adamant Wirtz meanwhile in t ing Down. We have a Rule he declared. Fall two holes behind and it s miss Smith noted that there were other golfers in the same boat who weren t penalized. You Speed every Day but you Don t always get caught Wirtz said. St. Louis Hooters hire scottish adviser St. Louis up Willi Waddell coach of the Kilmar Nock soccer team in Scotland first division has been hired by the St. Louis stars it was announced wednesday. Bill Cox executive Vic president of the stars said Waddell would serve As a adviser. However there was speculation that Waddell would succeed manager Rudi Guten Dorf who has resigned effective at the end of the season. Cox said that Waddell would remain in St. Louis until the end of the season and the return to Scotland. On to undergo surgery sri the Wai. A regular lineman for pc thew la under Oay of repair m his rights said wednes expected to be ready for the Lions National football league opener at Dallas sept. 15, the club said. Walton 27, had minor surgery on the Elbow in March but complained that the Elbow still was bothering him. He was examined and scheduled for additional surgery thursday. The Lions lost quarterback Tim Jones wednesday. A 1967 draftee from Weber state Jones left for a tour of military Bill m u n s o a Craig Barton and Karl Sweeta will be joined aug. 3 by Rookie Greg Landry Detroit s no. 1draft Choice. Diamond news botox Ace hampered by injury new York up car Yastrzemski feeling As bad As he s looked lately sat things out again wednesday As the red sox closed out their series with the Yankees. The slugging left fielder who was batting .342 at one Point last month has tailed off to.280. He injured his right wrist in a slide two weeks ago an has had trouble swinging since then going 3-for-20."with thursday off that will give him until Friday to rest manager Dick Williams explained tuesday night after benching Yastrzemski. The red sox Aren t scheduled to play thursday. I guess the Best cure is Forest it Yaz said. All i can do is punch the Ball. I can t Pittsburgh a Rober to Clemente bothered by a right shoulder injury suffered in a Fallat his san Juan Home will be sidelined until . Albert Ferguson the Pittsburgh club physician recommended wednesday that Cle Mente not play until had been out of the lineup since last thursday. Anaheim Calif. Up the California Angels announced wednesday that righthand Pitcher Bill Harrelson will be Pur chased from Seattle to replace Lethander Clyde Wright who is scheduled to begin two weeks of military duty saturday. Angels general manager Fred Haney said Harrelson 23, was 4-3 at Seattle and prior to joining the Pacific coast league team was 3-2 at Al said Harrelson was a strikeout artist having fanned50 batters in 50 innings at Elpaso and 43 in 54 frames a Seattle. Harrelson also has eight Complete games out of 16 Start with both teams. Oakland Calif. Up owner Charles o. Finley has announced that All Oakland athletics night games during the week will begin a half hour later because of player com plaints about difficulty in seeing the Ball in the Twilight. The new starting time is 8 said the new time was made because it is difficult Tosee the baseball at the 7 30 starting however he said the a s saturday night games will continue to begin at6 . Ward to playing it he said wednesday. The outspoken mexican Amer ican from Elpaso tex., added i think i be got a responsibility to Golf. I m going to try something that no open Cham i Pion has Ever done. I m going to play every tournament on the1 tour. I owe it to the passing up the tournament Are such stars As Arnold Palmer Billy Casper Jack Nick Laus Gary player Doug san Ders masters Champion Bob Goalby and newly crowned pea Champ Julius Boros. Only five of the current 25 leading Money winners Are shares the favorite s role with Young Tom Weiskopf the second leading Money win Ner in 1968."i be been playing Well most of the time said m pretty tired right now but it s great to be Here and i Hope to play Well. I would t miss this wife Jeanne a former miss Minnesota is from . They met at the 1966 tour noted that my game in t quite As Sharp As it was atthe open. I can t seem to find enough time to practice. Think i la win this tournament and buy my own Champion Lou Gra Ham is for another try atthe $20,000 first place Money on the 36-3571 Keller Golf course which measures 6,702 Yards. St. Paul Minn. A teams headed by Tom Weiskopf and John Schlee tied for firs place wednesday in the pro Amateur event kicking off the$100,000 Minnesota Golf classic. The Weiskopf and Schlee four Somes both shot 16-under-Par 55s to win $375 for second with 56s and winning $150 each were the teams led by Homero Blancas. Dan Sikes Wayne Yates Steve Reid and Bob Stanton. Among those tied at 57 were the foursomes led by Lee Trevi no and Terry Dill. Little league grows lip to big league Winston Salem . Up the newest Section of the Little league inc., the big league for boys16 to 18, will hold its world series in Winston Salem aug. 7-10. Little league inc. Officials announced the Deci Sion at a news conference wednesday. The big league was instituted on an experimental basis in april this year. It supplements the Little league division for boys11-12 and the seniors Divi Sion for boys 13-15. Teams from the North East South and West sections of the United state swill participate in the tournament. Funds could not be raised for Canadian and latin american teams to participate. The series is slated Lor Ernie Shore Field

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