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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - June 2, 1968, Darmstadt, HesseJune 2, 1968 the stars and stripes Page 21 come hrs ers in 4th when their to arrive on with a three a the seventh Down the division Hin a league con Sai be base bar Basra. No a Phr hurled a ,0 a tie Hurle his a loss Cornel s record with the tankers lefty Bob Reher of s veil hitter to rack up on s d trin Moh without id even d 3-3 for in the league a meagre 2-1 Lead go ing into the seventh the Hometown nine rewarded their few fans with Back to Back Home runs by Bill Gaskins and Roy Weide and two outs later Jim Morris poled the third circuit clout of the three blasts cleared the Friendly left Field Barrier around the 325-foot Mark and All came off the offerings of starter and loser Jim Kalk. The left handed Kalk was making his first league Start after nursing a sore Arm at the Start of the season. Up until then he had dulled pitch for pitch with Reher until the fateful seventh. George Farley opened the Frame by gaining life on Short Stop John Tomazin s error an Gaskins followed with a Tower ing drive Over the Fence. Weid made it two in a Row with a line drive Over the same spot. Kal settled Down and retired the next two batters but served up Gopher Ball to Morris and the husky third Sacker drilled Stover the Fence for the third blast of the Frame to Chase Pilot Joe Batiste called in de Young to Stop the on Slaught but the Side arming right hander ran into trouble inthe eighth when he issued two walks gave up then uncorked a one run. Batiste out and brought Clino who put out a single an wild pitch for waived Younmin Rick Palla the fire after another run had scored on an infield , a lanky curve Bailer finished up the game with flourish getting five of his 10 strikeouts in the final two frames. Lie pitched out of a monumental Jam in the top of the seventh to Check the frustrated walks around an infield sin ninth inning of Mem Mem Iron brigade sons by boo Odem staff write Kirch Goens Germany is Joe Diamond s sparkling Ivo run single capped a four in rally in the ninth inning Rhi Cli started after two outs Asie 2nd brigade Iron brigade curiously skimmed past the 1stirigade scorpions 4-3, on a cold indy saturday Here to takeover undisputed leadership in he 3rd army div death Knell was sounding or the Iron men As scorpion fight hander Milt Apple was Oneist away from a shutout. But he Strong Gusty wind Chichas prevalent All Day at Hickey blew ill Fate for Apple and ills sudden As a shot in the dark Apple lost his control and the 1st brigade lost the getting two Quick outs Apple pitched himself into peach of a Jam. He gave up a desperation single to Catcher manager Jim Allen and then is sued three successive quails walked to move Allen to second. When Appl walked Pitcher Ron Larson on a 3-and-2 pitch it became apparent that his pin Point control had deserted him. It was proven beyond a doubt when he passed Robert Shigematsu on four straight s walk scored Dan Robinson who was a Pinch runner for Allen. Youthful scor Pion manager Mike Cordray who must have aged a Little in the ninth called for reliever Wally , a left hander got a strike on Barry Weaver and then hit him with his next pitch forcing in quails. With the bases still loaded Diamond took a strike and then slammed a single into right Fiel Down the line and third base coach Roosevelt Strickland waved Home Clint Erwin who was running for Larson and got Don Lear on a Fly to right for the third out but the damage was already done onto hits four walks and a hit scorpions still had some sting to them and nearly pull edit out in the ninth. Mike Miller Gle filled the bases with non out to put the ports Der in a big Hole. But he forced Ron keel to ground Back to the Mound and started a double play Home to first. Then he got cleanup hitter Ray Sakiewicz to pop to Short for the third out and coasted Home after his males came up with their Homer barrage i their half of the inning. The tankers opened the scor ing in the second on two singles a walk and a wild pitch Byre her. The winners took the Lead inthe fourth on Weide s Lead off double the first hit off Kalk two walks and Bob Powell s clutch two run single. The teams wind up their week end series Here sunday with game time set for 2 . Safe . Conference i on Nirve per hey font elder pfc old. Enl raters an Heatlie Inion won 1110oi lost pet. 11 1.000 n 0 1.000 1 .000 1. 000 1 .000 saturday s results Alconbury to London 1 upper hey font 2, hint writers 1, 14np i hic Rufii old 7, 2 Usa eur 8th div league won lost pet. My Brittle i St brigade to Lipport come. I w brigade 5 h missile i by o saturday s mis Ili a in i .730 .730 1 i s results go 1 i .333 .000 it i t f Iid in ported 3rd amid div won league lost pet. 0 1.000 1 .11 17 i .000 go saturday s r 5,ultsii.,. ,., in. I1., in any 11, 10 Weathersfield England special Wethersfield Defeated Lakenheath 7-2, As Wes Brock struck out 13 and Dick Santo Roand Ray Guerra hit Home runs for the raiders in Safe .conference opener saturday. Brock went the route and 5-6 beats hues Mannheim Germany Spe Cial the 5-6 missile tigers scored five times in the third in Ning Here saturday and went on to hand the 3rd brigade bucs a 6-4 8th div league loss. The Victory was the third straight for the tigers who now own a 3-6 league record. The bucs record fell to 5-4.Al Oree hit a two run buc Homer in the seventh. Did t walk a Batter while scattering nine hits. Guerra opened the second in Ning with a Solo Homer Over the Loftfield Fence breaking a 1-1deadlock, and the winners were never headed. A base on balls to Danny Jowers and singles by Dave Bingham and Santoro added another second inning score. The raiders wrapped it up with three in the third As Jow ers and Bingham opened with singles and moved up on san Toro s sacrifice bunt. Lawrence Pyle singled in both runners an scored when two throwing errors were touched off by his theft of wound up the Wethersfield scoring with his Home with no one on in the seventh. Curtis Loftin had Throe singles and Gregory Gaither two for the eagles. Started it with a single off re Liever Allen Ross. But Miller was thrown out at second by Catcher Dan Sullivan on a de-1 played steal As Reeve missed Lay ing Down a sacrifice bunt. Ross then walked Reeve. After fanning Lynn Brown Ross gave up a single to Tony donate before getting Richard Lee on a ground out to end the 1st brigade took a 2-0 Lead in the fourth when Robert Gor Don beat out an infield hit moved to second on a sacrifice an scored on Ted Nupnau s single to Center. Nupnau scored from third on Miller s single up the two Down in the sixth the scorpions added hit Rickey Townsend and then wild pitched him to scored on Miller s Sec Ond rib of the game. Larson notched the win his second in As Many decisions. The tall jangly lefty fanned 10, walked two and gave up five was socked with the loss his first against no struck out nine but walked five three coming in the final ninth. He pitched Well despite putting a Man on base in each of the first five innings. Diamond in the rough three of a kind division he ii r h i York if 5030 Tonia in is 401 0 keel 21 Sakiewicz. 3b Campbell of Johnson in of Davis c 2nd brigade ill r h 1 1 101 u Diamond of Lear 3h Johnson 2b Kelley k Al n c Koh Inson or Sullivan c. 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Apple Reeve i 2000 2010 5 0 0 03110 1000 3000 4121 i o o 4 0 3 2 3 0 0 0 0000 Alconbury England Spe Cial the Alconbury spartans launched their Safe . Con Ference baseball Competition Here saturday with a 6-1 decision Over the London rockets. Jim Halverson led the spartan attack with two singles three stolen bases and two runs scored and Glen Carmichael pitched a two hitter and struck out 11.Halverson put the spartans in the Lead in the Home half of the first inning by singling stealing total 2nd p. 1st by k i. 31 i 7 1 total 31 3 j Ide 000 000 004 Jantie car tows mid ii. Bri innings 4lh army div league won lost pet. A 1 a j3 go any. 71 1 1. Loii 1 i i. Ilio i 1 to .21x1 3 1 imy 3 s result still Sivi Nii army training aide uni Porte n r kit . Kun h 5 3 3 2 10 1 2 0 0 1 1 8 .1-3 in 4 4 f i 1-31 0 son Tow Usein Larson 2. T--2 0 0 Halverson cd Nichael Ben Waters e n g 1 a n d special Lonnie o Haver out pitched Mike Lozito and scored both runs himself As upper hey Ford edged the Ben Waters Phan Toms 2-1, in 14 innings Here sat urday in their Safe . Con Ference Haver scattered five hits fanned three and walked Only one As both hurlers went the entire 14 frames. Lozito yielded just two hits but each plated Arun after o Haver started both the ninth and 14th innings by Volz Long double d o w n the Loftfield line scored o Haver with the winning run with on out in the top of the 14th after the upper Heyford righthand Verdrew Lozito s fifth pass and moved to second on William Ashburn s sky Kings had tied the score in the ninth As o have got free trans portion stole Sec Ond and scored on Bill Buda Sloop single Over the shortstop s Only run came in the second which chief Alleyna opened with a single but he was forced at second on Jim Wilson s fielder s Choice grounder. Wil son went to second us d a n Fox booted Bruce Follensbee grounder and scored with two out As Mike Neuman lined single Over second base. Other than the scoring innings neither Pitcher was i particular difficulty. L o x. I t o fanned seven to go along with five lost shortstop Chico Peralez on a hard tag Aslie tried to steal second in t he ninth inning. Penile was Kod and taken to the Hospital. Upper Heyford 000 000 001 000 012 2 2 Ben Wnters 010 000 000 000 00-1 5 2 o Haver and Al. 1-Oxilo and Kenn w to Haver 1-0. L to Ito 0-1. Second and third and scoring Onan infield out. Bob Carlson s triple and an infield out made it 2-0 in the third. London got its run in the top of the fourth on an error a walk and two straight group kits but Alconbury scored three times in the Bottom of the fourth to wrap up the verdict. Halverson singled but was out stealing. Dave Erickson singled Cark Hael was Safe on a Lirow Jing error that permitted Erick 1 son to come All the Way Home. I Dong Huston singled Carmich Elhome and Hector Hernandez knocked in Huston with a single. London Alt on Bury Moore urn hurl sin l 101 111 100 000 -123 o a Oix--6 11 2 i i pc Rei a r -.11. A. I 1 �

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