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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - July 28, 1968, Darmstadt, HessePage 22 the stars and stripes sunday july 28,1969 greyhounds Nab com z playoff Edge 3rd support brigade topples Giessen 3-0 by Bill Klozik staff writer Giessen Germany is the 3rd support brigade Grey hounds capitalized on two error for two Quick runs and Rode the Strong left Arm of Terry Ley to a3-0 Victory Over the Giessen eagles Here saturday at depot greyhounds staved off a standings Safe Germany conference won lost pc. Go Wiesbaden. 14 5 .737 Darmstadt. 16 6 .714 Ramsten. 14 6 .700 a Pitburg. 11 8 .579 3 Sembach. 10 9 .526 4hahn3 16 .158 11 Rhein main. 2 id .095 13saturday s results Wiesbaden 8, Rhein main 0sembach 6, Darmstadt 5, 10 innings Pitburg 5, Halm 4, 11 innings Ramstein Bye . Conference won lost to. Go Wethersfield. 11 1 .917 Ben Waters. 10 3 .769 1% upper Heyford .7 6 .538 4v�lakenheath6 7 .462 5% Alconbury. 4 9 .308 1% Ikmon. 0 12 .000 11saturday s results Ben Waters 4, Alconbury 0lakenheath 8, upper Heyford 6 London at Wethersfield unreported Usa eur 3rd army div league second half won lost pc. Go 1st brigade. 8 2 .750 x2nd Brignole. 5 2 .714 h ird brigade. 3 4 .429 21adiscom, 2 5 .286 3% div arty. 2 5 .286 3ttx first half Champion saturday s results2nd brigade 5. Disco 4 3rd brigade 8, div arty 51st brigade completed second half play 4th army div league won lost pc. Go Ylst brigade. 15 6 .714seventh army . 14 9 .609 division he. 14 9 .6092nd brigade. 12 9 .571 re brigade. 11 11 .500support come. 9 15 .400 Piv arty. 2 18 .100x clinched Pennant tie saturday s result division he 7, seventh army . 5 div arty a 1st brigade 2u nreportec3rd brigade a 2nd brigade unreported support come Bye Marue league won lost pc. 2 23 4h Kitzi Tren. 12 1 .923wuerzburg9 5 .643 Schweinfurt. 7 0 .538agchaffenburf8 7 .417 Herzo base. 7 9 .438bad kissing in. 4 8 .333 Wurfl Eclen. 3 11 .214saturday s results a Atzingen 4, Schweinfurt 0herzo base 6, Wuerzburg 2 Aschaffenbur at bad Kissinger Bye go 3% 5 6v4 6 /4va 10 in late Eagle rally to move ahead in the Best of three playoff series to determine the com league championship. The two eams both posted 13-3 record for the regular season. Ley a six foot 180-Pounder rom Portland ore., struck out13 and scattered four hits in go ing the distance for his seventh win of the year. He had a one hitter working until he started tiring in the seventh and wound up walking , a six footer from los Angeles went All the Way in the loss. Although he gave up six hits none of the greyhounds three runs was earned. Moore 6-2 during the regular year fanned six and walked earthman the game s Lead off Batter took advantage of first baseman Gary Ewing s error to reach first safely and he raced to third when Rick leaven singled. Echol Haynes got on when third baseman Tom Rio bobbled the Ball scoring Earth Man and advancing leavens to second. Leavens came Home with two away when greyhound third baseman Tim Carter singled. The greyhounds tried to Runin the fifth when Catcher Bill Smith was hit on the hip with pitched Ball and Ley sacrificed him to second. Smith broke for third but Catcher Bob Mitchell nailed him with a strike to , Moore whiffed earthman for the third the sixth the 3rd support brigade got leavens to third on a single ground out and passe Dball but he was stranded when skip Williams grounded out tothe shortstop Steve Braun. The eagles Only real threat came in the seventh. With one away. Ley fumbled Rios roller and Rios sped safely to first. Rusty Karmansky followed with a single to right and Moore loaded the bases when he , throwing for All he was Worth got Doug Coleman tobit a grounder Between first and flyers Blank hockets9 take Slit Csc Lead Wiesbaden special Lance Tobert and Jack Wilson combined to hurl a four hitter Here saturday As Wiesbaden blanked Rhein main 8-0, to lift the flyers into a percentage Point Lead Over Darmstadt in the Safe Germany conference race. The comets fell out of the Lead by losing a 6-5, 10-inning decision Osembach. Wiesbaden s record is now 14-5 and Darmstadt is 15-6, giving the flyers a .023 Edge in percentage. Tobert gave up three singles Over seven innings striking out the Side in the seventh before leaving for a Pinch hit jul Crown taken by Ramstein Ter. The flyer Lethander who recorded his ninth Victory in 11decisions, gave up Only one hit after the first inning. Ancel Smith walked stole Sec Ond and came across on Leroy Weddington s single for the first Wiesbaden tally in the opening inning. Tobert himself score the second run on an error. Singles by Carl Spain dust Rhodes and Tobert tallied one in the fourth a fielder s Choice go another Home a third scored a passed Ball and a fourth on Eddington s single to make it 6-0 for the winners. A grounder scored Bill Ben Nett in the sixth and Brian Brown s triple and a fielder s Choice shoved across the final tally. Tobert fanned 12 and walked none. Dave Crede had a double an single for the flyers now 14-5. Rhein main 000 000 0000 4 2 Wiesbaden 101 410 10x8 9 1fried, Mcnorton 4 and Davis Ashe 8 Tobert Wilson 8 and Rhodes. A Tobert 9-2. A Fried. Baron rally trips Hawks in 11. 5-4 Pitburg Germany special the Pitburg Barons spotted the Hahn Hawks a 4-0 Lead Early inthe game and came Back to take a 5-4 decision in 11 innings her saturday in a Safe Germany conference stayed alive in the Pennant Chase by raising its sea son record to 11-8. Hahn dropped its 16th game in 19 Barons got their winning Marker on a double steal Vickers led off the Lith with a single and was replaced by Pinch runner Bob Kennedy. Ken Nedy stole second and moved to third on James James hit. Then they stole the starter Bob Clowen countered control problems an walked seven Bailers in his 2 2-3 innings on Hie Hawks scored twice in the third when Wayne heard walked stole second and third and Casein on a wild pitch and John Lingo walked Fred Beard singled and Allan Ladd and Dave Thompson walked to Force Ling Home. The Hawks made it 4-0 in next inning on an error a fielder s Choice a wild pitch a walk an two passed balls. Pitburg got one Marker backing the seventh on singles by Jim Lundstrom Dick held and Clar ence Clipper and added a pair in the eight on single. By Al Gra Ham held and Clipper. They tied the count in the ninth on James single and Graham s double to set the stage for the winning theft of Home. Hahn 002 200 000 004 8 0 Pitburg 000 000 121 015 14 0 Lacula and Lingo Clow Wallah or a Henry 10 and Graham. A Henry 1-0. A Lucid. Ramstein Germany Spe Cial Ramstein capitalized Osembach errors coming from the losers bracket to sweep pair of games 3-0 and 5-3, for the District 2 South Section Little league tournament title. The winners used a four run third inning to win the final after Myron Baker had come Inin the first inning of the first game with no one out to hurl a will Host the District 2 Best of three playoff series against Pitburg starting Mon Day. Keith Tyner came on in the third Frame of the Nightcap with Only one out and three runs in and gave up Only one hit the rest of the Mize s Lead off double started the Ramstein four run fourth Frame As singles by Glenn Wilkerson and Joe Deaton three errors plated All the Mcnair s double a bunt single by Roger Teathel another one Bagger by Steve Minger three errors and a wild pitch accounted for All three runs inthe Ramstein fifth. Deaton was the hitting Sta for the winners getting four singles in six trips. Munich Kips Augsburg in District 4 series Heilbronn Germany Spe Cial Munich beat Augsburg 7-0, Here saturday on Chuc Baker s one hitter in the if Neces sary game of the District 4 South Section Little league eliminations. The Only hit off Baker was rival Mounds Man Ken Timmel s solid single in the second Lewing hit two homers and Jerry Wojciechowski contributed two doubles to the Munich Conquest. Tigers claw comets 6-5, in 10 frames Sembach Germany special Delonza Hicks singled in Jay Vanwinkle with two out in the 10th inning As Sembach knocked Darmstadt out of first place inthe Safe Germany conference standings Here saturday 6-5, Inan error filled contest. The tigers picked up Only three hits off three Comet hurl ers two of whom appeared twice each in the wild ninth and 10thframes. Only one of the 11 runs in the game was earned As the two teams committed 10 errors Between them six by Darm Stadt. Van Winkle reached base on a error with two out in the 10th and moved to second on a base on balls to Dennis easter to set up the winning single. The tigers had scored three inthe Bottom of the ninth to tie it. Jerry Luke walked the bases full to bring on Walt Beaird. He promptly walked in Van Winkle and Larry Klinkers and Bobby Nelson scored As John Colvin was Safe on an error before Luke returned to get the third out. The comets got in on the comedy of errors too As they broke a 2-2 tie with three unearned runs on three Tiger mis cues in the top of the eighth. Darmstadt 000 011 030 0-j5 5 4 Sembach 00001010318 3 6 Meshach Luke 9beaird 9luke 9beaird 10 and Taylor. Pier and Register easter 10. A pier 6-1. L Beaird. Second. John Helms fielded stand fired to Smith fore curios at Home for the second out Ley then was worked to themm Ciu ii. " ill 5count for the third full u 5 " i Liura successive time before he got Steve am Rich to pop out to the shortstop the greyhounds tacked on a insurance run in the eighth the earthman reach Moore s throwing n at Robins a Barrack sin a Offenhausen near Stutt Gart a Victory would give tha greyhounds the com z trophy in addition to their Susareu playoff berth. A Giessen Victory however would Force a third game which would be played immediately following the second Terry & the pirates 3rd supp be Giess Nab r h blab r h a earthman of 4200 Coleman 2b 4020 leavens 2b 4120 Aulrich a Haynes of 4011 swing in Gunderson a 4 0 0 0 Braun Swilliams u 4000 Mitchell c Carter 3b 3021 shown thelms in 3000 Rios so Smith c 3010 if Ley p 3000 Moore p 5000 4010 2000 3000 4000 4000 3010 3000 total total 32 0 4 0 zoo 000 0103 32 3 6 2 3rd support brigade Giessen .,.,. 000 000 0000 a Helms Ley ool Ornan Ewing 2,Braun, Rios Moore. Lob3rd support brigade 6, Giessen 11. 2esmith, so earthman. A Helms Ley. In h Herb Boley a 7-1 9 4 0 0 b 13 Moore a 6-3 9 83016wpley. Hip Moore Smithley Mitchell. Pm Mitchell. T-2 25. A-400, Neal or paces Darmstadt win Rhein main Germany special Lorenzo Neal s two run Homer in the fourth inning provided the margin of Victory Here saturday As Darmstadt won the District 3 North Section Little league tournament with a 6-4 win Over Rhein main. Darmstadt and Heidelberg will meet in a Best of three Home and Home series for the District championship starting tuesday with the Winner advancing to the Germany tournament. Neal pitched the last three innings to pick up the Victory and he Don Bigley Steve Lopez an Paul Blackwell had two hits each for the Bell hit a Home run for Rhein main in the fifth Hopes dim for As tankers Tri Grafe Woehr Germany special exploding for five runs in the seventh inning Sun Day on five singles and a Dou ble the division he tankers smacked seventh army train ing Center 7-5, and dimmed the rangers Hopes for a piece of the 4th army div league Crown. Loser Jerry Bolding who re placed Bill Mulligan gave up a game winning two run single to Duane Ray Sahk held on for 8 2-3 innings to boost his mar to 5-4. The rangers staked Mulligan to a three run Lead in the first on a single by Chuck Gail her Charles Murry s triple an in Field out a two base throwing error and a single by pet Marchetti. Division seventh Ash chs Edca doubled and scored on a Davis single. John scored Davis when be Ron Rigsby who had Bolding Reeves Mulligan a was greeted by dual York s singles forced York and. Forby a pitch setting the stage Clark s finished with singles and a triple " a had ree Schettino two hits each for Elmurry with two a triple and skin two triples paced the of division he seventh army . W Kalk Sahk u a old Bolding 7 and to Sci. A bold Injo

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