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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - July 30, 1968, Darmstadt, HesseThe stars and stripes Page 17 top prize fires 64 wins at Paul Minn. A Dan Jacksonville fla.,with a 12-under 272 Keuer Golf course. Still from Tacoma wash.,Tom Weiskopf had a 273finished third orioles Tumble tigers 5-1 Mcnally f. Robinson Star Dan Sike torrid finish at 10-under 274 and won $7,500 Totake the Lead in pea Money winnings Over Billy has won $136,686 this had been tied with Sikes for the Lead at 12 under Par until he took a bogey on the 15th Hole. He hit 50 Yards to the left was stymied behind a tree and then chipped Short. Still won $12,000for second place. Winnings at $76,046 Sikes pushed his winnings forthe year to $76,046 to move up to seventh place ahead of Bot Jack Nicklaus and Arnold pal Mer. Sikes who started the Day five strokes behind Pete Brown and defending Champion Lou Waham moved to the top quickly by scoring seven birdies Ana one bogey on the front nine or his six under Par 30. He then go birdies on the 14th and 16th notes and a bogey on no. 15 Tow 12 under before parking the last two holes. It was one of those rounds Nakes you feel somebody is with you " Sikes in no 8 l Clid the impose blasted out of the Bunker rolled in from about 30 a Birdie from then on somebody was helping by made the round for me he said. On seven i was in the rough but recovered and hit an18 foot putt for the Sikes needed Only 10 putts on his first nine holes. Only three others on the pro tour have put Ted that Well Over a nine this was the fifth time still has finished in second place on the tour his Best finishes. The bogey that Cost him a Chance at playoff with Sikes was the Only one he had in his last 40 holes of the tournament. Still had one Good Chance at Birdie Over the final three holes to get that stroke Back. That was on no. 17 where he left a 20-foot putt just inches Short of the cup matched by Weiskopf Weiskopf matched Sikes final round 64 to move up to third after being buried Back in the pack with a third round 74 on saturday. He said it was the lowest score he Ever shot in a and Graham wound up tied for ninth As both ran int trouble on the Back nine. Both finished with even-par71s, Brown taking two bogeys on the Back nine and Graham one without either Able to come up with another Birdie. Brown had been tied for the Lead after each of the first three but fell Bac when he could t break Par. Tied with Brown and Rahamat 275 was Bob Dickson who came in with a 68son, Brown and won $4, a six Way tie for seventh at 276 were Billy Maxwell Phi Rogers Tommy Aaron Steve Opperman Bob Stanton an Dale Douglass. The winners Baltimore up Dav Mcnally s three hit pitching and Frank Robinson s two run Homer in the first inning paced the Baltimore orioles to a 5-1triumph Over Detroit sunday and Cut the tigers american league Lead to 6 1-2 games. Robinson s Homer following ale Adoff single by Don Buford and three hits by Boog Powell were the big blows for the orioles who beat Mickey Lolich for the first time since May 26,1964. Lolich had beaten the orioles nine straight Victory was the fifth in a Row and 13th of the season for Mcnally who had a shutout until Willie Horton hit his 26thhomer of the season with two out in the ninth inning. Mcnally struck three. Until tigers out five and walked Horton Smade Only that was when walks Homer theone serious in the fifth to Don Wert and Dick Tracewski and a single sunday. Dick Graham each Dan slices $20,000 71-60-71 -64272 Ken still $12,000 g9-67-69-68-273 Tom Weiskopf $7,i 00 67-69-7-1-64274 Bob Dickson $4,366 68-70-69-68275 Pete Brown $4,366 66-87-71-71275 Lou Graham $4,366 69-68-67-71275 Dale Douglass �2,750 70-87-72-67276 Bob Stanton $2,750 66-71-71-68276 Phil Rodgers $2,750 69-72-70-65276 Billy Maxwell $2,750 69-69-72-66276 Steve Opperman $2,750 69-70-67-7027c Tommy Aaron $2,750 69-66-70-7127 Bert Greene $1,900 71-68-70-68277 Bob Stone $1,900 70-70-69-6827 Jim Colbert $1,000 60-68-71-7227 Bill Garrett $1,600 72-70-67-69-27 Ray Floyd $1,600 68-70-70-70-27 Lee elder $1,600 70-67-69-7227 . Mclendon $1,30071-70-70-6827 Bob Murphy $1,300 71-69-70-6927 Don Whitt $1,300 72-07-71-09-27 Terry Dill $892 69-68-68-75-2k Rich Bassett s82 69-70-71-70- 28 Dave a s8m2. 67-71-72-7028 Jerry Mcgee $8i2 68-71-71-7028 Ron Cerrudo $892 71-70-68-71 28 Dick Carmody ji892 68-71-69-72 28 Dave Hill $892 68-72-68-72 2s Randy Glover $70 1 70-70-70-71 28 Baltimore a Short Stop Ray Oyler of the Detroit tigers jammed his left a Klein the first inning against Baltimore and had to be remove from sunday s game. Oyler was injured while Fielding Don Buford s Lead off grounder into the Hole prior to making the Long throw to first base. Dick Tracewski placed Oyler in the lineup. Dave Mcnally. Spins 3-hitter Frank Robinson. Early 2-run Homer stars and stripes sports by Jim Price filled the base but Pinch hitter Dave Campbell struck out and Dick Mcauliffe rolled into an inning ending orioles scored their third run in the second inning when Mcnally singled went to third on Buford s double and tallied on a Bloop single by Mark added two More in the fifth when Belanger and Fra Krobinson scored on Powell s single off the right Field , who had walked and Robinson who had singled were running with the pitch when Powell lined the Victory enabled the orioles to Salvage the third game of the series which started trailing the tigers1-2 games. Cutting the deficit Marichal singles in Lith As giants Shade astros the by Detroit mall Iffe 2b Stanley a Okaline of Freehan 11 Whorton i Wert 3b Price Coyler is Trew Skilowich p Wyatt Campbell Mcmahon so ses said he Felt u4eventh id eighth those two holes real confident Kermit Zarley a Vitoo Hoin Cro Blai Inch 7w Hugh Royer $7 10 Bob Mccallister .y700 Chris Blocker a 0 Bobby Cole .11550 Bruce Devlin $550. Harold Henning $550 Larry Mowry ijs50. Mike Hill $850 73-h7-60-72--2s1 68-09-71-73-281 71-70-71-fio 28109-72-ij9-71--281 69-71-70-72--282 71-71-71-69282 69-72-71-70282 69-60-7 1-71282 70-71-70-71282 71-70-70-71282 Houston a Juan Marichal stroked a tie breaking single with two out in the a thinning and nailed Down his 19th pitching Victory As the Sanfrancisco giants shaded the Houston astros 4-2, , 19-4, gave up seven hits in the extra inning struggle and broke a 2-2 deadlock with a single off Rookie Steve Shea Fol lowing Jim Davenport s single a sacrifice bunt and ground out in the walk and to Cline s single produced an insurance run against Tom astros blanked by Mari Chal on one hit through the first six innings pushed Over a run in the seventh and tied the game 2-2 in the eighth on Pinch hitter Julio Gotay s rib tripled with two out in the fourth and scored Ona single by Bob Barton. Willie Mays two out double in the fifth sent Home the giants second run. Juan More makes 19 san Francisco a Libi 2h 4120 if of Hunt clinic Mays me Covey Talosi of Haven part Barton e Lanier s a Lari Hal ii Houston Simpson if go tiny nil Shea i Dukes p 4 0 2 0 Torres is 801 t 0 1 31 5 2 2 0 1 0 2 1 -1 i ii in i i j Dave Qualia $311 71-70-7 1-69-283 Hale Irwin $311 72-70-72-69-28 1 Chi Chi Rodriguez $311. 70-70-72-71-283 continued on Page 20 staub i Wynn of Miller of Menke 2baspniinlr under 3i bite Iliin i milk Sli Iusti p Thomas if All i bi3000 10111000 0 0 0 0 8 1 1 04010 0 0 0 0 i 0 0 0 010 1 1 0 i o i n 001 i 0 0 000 Comer Dobson pm p a Libi 4000 4000 3000 4000 4111 3010 3010 0000 2000 0000 1000 h 1 0 0 0 0000 1000 0000 30 1 3 1 Baltimore a ii by Buford if 1 a 0 is 1 1 1 of -1222 Powell 1li 4032 Robinsn 31 i ii 0 0 Johnson 2b 4010 Blair of 3 0 0 0 a Telichan r., ii i i Minally p 3 1 1 u total Detroit Baltimore do Detroit Baltimore 4. 8000 0 troit 5 10 511 5 u k1i 1 Hubb so i 2 0 0 1 3 ii 0 1 total san Francisco houston10 Simpson. San l Rajh Iseo philippine s team ready Manila a the Philip Pines will Send a 40-Man delegation to Mexico the olympic City on oct. Games12-27. In total 39 2 7 2 000 110 000 02-1 000 000 110 002 do Houston 1. To Jill Houston i. 2b , Mays . 315 Davenport me Covey. S Lanier Menke h Erbb so Marie Hal iw.lh-4 .11 7221 5 8 8 i 2 3 u Shea 223 4 2210 Dukes 1-3 1 0 0 0 0wpcliusti 2. T--2 51. A---33.241. Ilius Iti cards on Mcbean s slam Pittsburgh up pitch a rant Mcbean hit the first and slam of his career in the Inong and Roberto Cle hid "jau1 y wills had h1tk Al tin-.l 1 j t sunday leading pirates to a 7-1 ordinals"1 the St Louis Mcbean who was tagged for13 hits but gained his eighth Victory of the season boosted the pirates into a 7-1 Lead when he hit the grand slam off Larry Aster after a single by Clemente and walks to Manny Mota and Jerry May. It was the Pittsburgh hurler s first Homer of the 1968 season and the third of his pirates scored two in the second inning Clemente tripled and Clendenon hit his ninth of the year. Manny double bean s run when Dom Homer Mota s a hit batsman my sacrifice and wills infield hit added the Frame. The third run of the cardinals scored their Only run of the game in the second inning on Tim Mccur ver s double and Julian Javier s yielded All seven pirate runs and 10 hits in five innings to suffer his sixth loss against eight victories. score on a

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