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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - June 3, 1968, Darmstadt, HesseJune 3, 1968 the stars and stripes Page 17 second vails in triple9 bid stage door Johnny romps to Belmont Victory a York a stage. Johnny who won his first 23 Days ago caught one eighth of a triple Crown Winner raced Prince John Colt beat the Kentucky Derby and Preakness Winner to the wire by a 14 lengths and was timed in 2 27 1-5 for the a 2 pass finished 12 lengths ahead of third place Cal me Prince who was another five lengths to the Good of Hisen Trymane draft card. It was the fourth Belmont Vic tory for Greentree stables owned by John Hay Whitney and mrs. Joan Payson and it was the third Belmont Triumph for Trainer John Gaver. The upset kept Forward Pas from becoming the ninth triple Crown Winner in racing pass owned by Calumet farms who also owned citation the last triple Crown Winner won the Kentucky Der by when dancer s image was disqualified when a pos Trace test showed an illegal Medica Tion in his system. Forward pass needed no Helpin gaining the Preakness win ners Circle and it looked As if he might win again saturday until stage door Johnny ran him Down. The Winner paid $10.80, $4.40 1_i.1� in Apfl i Aii 1c" w Riih la i j vol Vij Vljl-1. A. Kyj j to alkyl la a. Y it vol Vil Selx ii Lun. Or lev a. J. �1\ to gift aft. Saav a Wuu j w Hiscox top twins 1-0 no hitter eludes Chance hic ago up bul Voss led with one out in the ninth first hit off Dean chances cored on Dick Ken Why s two out single Satur to lift the Chicago White to a 1-0 Victory Over the Noe Sota twins and spoil ache 8 bid for a no hitter on Dean Chance almost his 27th pitched 8 1-3 innings of witless Ball before Voss hit allow grounder to the left of Rich Rollins. Rollins was unable to handle it and Voss was credited with a hit. Tommy Mccraw then sent High chopper about 60 feet in the air and easily beat the ballot first base before Tommy Davis forced Mccraw a second. Kenworthy then dumped a Short Fly into Center in front of Ted Uhlaender to score the game s Only run. Chance retired the first 10men in a Row five coming on cards nip mets9 on Shannon s clout strikeouts before he walked Voss one out in the fourth inning. The Minnesota Rig than Der walked Pinch hitter Russ Snyder to Lead off the sixth Buthe remained on first As the next three men were retired. Buddy Bradford led off thesos eighth after receiving Chance s third walk. He was sacrificed to second and took third on an infield out but Wayne Causey was unable to score him. Chance was bidding to be new York a Mike Shannon s eighth Home run of the season with one out in the10th inning gave the St. Louis cardinals a 6-5 Victory Over the new York mets saturday. Joe Hoerner who pitched four innings of Relief got credit for the Victory and tied a National league record for relievers by striking out six consecutive Bat ters. Four others have done it the last being Dick Kelley of at Lanta on sept. 5, 1967. Shannon who had doubled Arun across As the cards rallied for three and tied the game in the seventh reliever Cal stars and stripes Howard s 20th Homer pulls senators past Cleveland 6-2 unloaded against Koonce and his shot landed deep in the left Fiel bleachers. The mets had tied the score inthe Bottom of the eighth on de Charles Pinch Homer. That made it 5-5 after the cards had taken the Lead in the top half on a single by Orland Cepeda a passed Ball and Tim Mccarver s single. It was the first run scored this season off Koonce who had worked 20 2-3scoreless innings until saturday. Mccarver walked touching off a three run cards rally that tied the game against Nolanryan the mets starter in the seventh. Shannon doubled one run across and singles by Julian Javier Lou Brock and cur flood produced two More. Ryan singled two met run across in the second inning As new York raced to an Early 4-1 Edge. Come the first american league Pitcher in history to pitch no hitters in successive seasons. Voss and Luis Aparicio were the Only Chicago batters to approach base hits through the first 8 1-3 innings. Voss was thrown out in the first inning by Jackie Hernandez after sending a grounder deep into the Hole a shortstop while Aparicio sent a sixth inning liner Down the Brightfield line that just missed the Chalk Mark. Herd Luck Minnesota chicagoan r h by a r h by Roseboro c 4000 Aparicio is 4000tovar 2b 4010 Voss of 3110 Killebrew in 2 0 0 0 Mccraw in 4010oliva of 3000 Davis if 4000 Allison if 3000 Kenworthy 3b 4 0 1 1uhlaendr a 4010 Bradford of 2000 Rollins 3b 4020 mar they c 2000hernamlz is 4000 Cullen 2b 1000 Chance p 4000 Snyder pm 0000locker p 0000 Josephson pm 1000 Wood p 0000carlos p 1000 Causey 2b 2000 and $2.80. Forward Pasic re turned $3 and 12.10, and the Max Hirsch trained entry of Call me Prince and draft card was $2.20 for Gustines held stage door Johnny off the Pace while Forward pass and mrs. Adele Rand s Call me Prince ran one two for a Little More than 1v4 Gustines asked stage door Johnny to make his run the Colt responded and left no doubt that the race was his once he passed Forward pass. $117,700 Victor the Victory was Worth $117,700 to the Winner who had earned just $16,885 in previous starts. The Gross purse was$161,450, Matching the High for this Robert j. Kleburg s draft card across the finish were Gustave ring s Armoise c. V. Whitney s chomp on Tri col or stable s sir Beau Willard Waldheim s , commercial arid Ann Forbes Jade Ami col. Missing from the Field was dancer s image who was re tired from racing last tuesday by his owner Peter Fuller. The Grey Colt had caught the imagination of the sporting Public through the misfortune of being disqualified Derby an Preakness. Fro from first third Inin the the Cleveland a Frank Howard s 20th Home run started ? four run rally for Washington if i the sixth inning saturday and i he senators beat the Cleveland indians 6-2. For Howard s mighty blast the upper left Field stands me Allen singled and came me on Paul Casanova s Dou chasing Stan Williams from 44. Eddie Tommy Harper and throwing out Jose Cardenal with the Jases double by Tony Horton and Max Alvis single added another Cleveland run in the eighth. 20th Century express of relieve Fisher r issuer Waikiu Wink Man and Pitcher Dar Aji Owles who replaced Dick n the fifth tripled Twoguns Home. Often Mcmullen hit his 10th to of f w Ashington at the Start Tho Ruth inning 1/5 senators first run in the Low Nan was a Force out of fire go Howard Mij the indians through four innings sed in the fifth by the r rlc5 to of them bunts. Before vans got their first run.-? Bowles put Down they fanning Pinch hitter Mike fright St. Louis Brock i flood it Maris a Cepeda in Mcaver Shannon 3b Javier 2bmaxvill a Tolan pm Thoerner p Washburn p Gilson t Clio Cicle Asab r h bl5121 Bosch of 5021 Boswell 2b5011 Goossen Ali 4110 Shamsky h3111 Koonce p new Yorka r h by 50004110 1000 41100000 total 28 1 3 132 0 4 0 total two out when winning run scored. Minnesota 000 000 0000 Chicago 0 000 0011 a Kenworthy. Lob Minnesota 9, Chicago 5. h l,4-6 .82-3 3 Carlos 6 2locker 2 1 Wood w.2-2 1 1 t-2 20. A 3,857. 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Williams l,3-3. 2 24. A 5,014. 41-342-3 52-311-3 2 r Erbb so 00 1 1 4 1 10 1 Washburn Gilson Hoerner w.3-1. Koonce l,0-l we Gilson. Pm 28,006. R Erbb so3310 1127 11064447 " 1-3 0 0 0 0 0.3 42110 Martin. T3 02. A 1 s 542-3 4 1 Johnson named Weber Cage Boss Ogden Utah up Phi Johnson assistant basketball coach at Weber stale Colleg for the past four years saturday was elevated to the head coaching position. The 27-year-old Johnson was named to succeed Dick Motta who resigned to become head coach of the Chicago bulls in the National basketball association As coach of the Weber state Frosh for the past four years Johnson had a 42-26 record an with Motta shared an 81-21 varsity Mark in the four Yea Span. Ismael Valenzuela sent for Ward pass to the front at the break and the on and on col maintained a a length Lead for the first 14 Miles. Call me Prince falters Bill Boland had Call me Prince second for most of that distance but he yielded to stage door Johnny with one Quarter Ofa mile to go. Stage door Johnny was seventh after the first Quarter sixth after a half but moved to third with one half mile to go. Gustines then started his move turning for Home and stage door Johnny sizzled past the Tir ing Forward pass in the run to the door Johnny raced Only twice As a 2-year-old an did not win either Start. He made his first Start this year i april and then won his first race May 8.he followed this with an impressive Victory in a ivs mile allowance race at Belmont Park May 23 and capped off his Sud Den Rise with his Brilliant Victory in the Belmont. First stakes Star not Only was it stage door Johnny s first stakes Victory Buthis first stakes Start. Stage door Johnny was very game the race was run just As we planned Gustines big thing at la 2 Miles wit this horse is to get him settled Down Gustines said he was t sure of the Victory eve after he had passed Forward Don t relax on my horse until we pass the was the first time the Bel Mont had been run at Belmon Park since 1962 and the crowd of 54,654 was the largest to Sethe classic at Belmont. The stakes attendance record is61,675 at Aqueduct in 1964. Us. Davis cuppers chosen Sacramento Calif. Up Donald Dell the United states team Captain saturday Picke Darthur Ashe Clark Gra Brier Bob Lutz and Stan Smith to represent the . In the american zone Davis cup final against Ecuador at Charlotte n.c., june 7-9.the four also represented the . In the North american zone final against Mexico and scored a 50 sweep. Ashe an Graebner each won two singles matches and Lutz and Smith teammates at the University of Southern California won their doubles except Lutz played Satur Day in the Semi finals of the Central California Tennis championships Smith meeting Ash and Graebner playing Whitney Reed

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