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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - June 24, 1968, Darmstadt, HesseBy june 24, 1968 the stars and stripes Page 21 brigade bombs Iscom in 16-6 tilt homers Lead 6-3 win by Bill Klozik staff writer Lohausen germany1 led by a 19-hit bar she 2nd brigade Iron Bri bombed disco 16-6 sunday to at least Clinch Jare of the 3rd army div 1 e first half championship. It was not a football game i baseball. Iron brigade spotted Dis a run in the first inning came Back with seven rundown the next two and the left no doubt As to thei Tual Winner. 2nd brigade scored four Tistadt Ailen b Ein Lach standings Isaf Germany conferee the won lost pot. Go 9 3 .750 9 3 .750 8 4 .667 1 8 4 .607 1 5 7 .417 4 2 10 .167 7 i Maln 1 h -083 sunday s result not Fedt i Pitburg 3 i Baden 8, Hahn 0 Stein 10, Sembach 3 Ano at a Lien main Unap pop Tell Usa eur com z league won lost pet. Go Ien 9 2 -818 Tinute dist. 6 2 .750 import Brig. 7 3 .700 1% 1 6 4 .600 214 Trulie 6 4 .000 2% u 5 7 .417 4% Iocim 3 7 .300 5v2 Kruecken. 3 7 .300 514 District .0 9 .000 8 sunday s results Issen 9, Berlin 7, 11 innings a 6, Wei Bruecken 0, 5 innings irl Nilie at palatinate District United support brigade 8, Mannheim 3 8tli div league second half won lost pet. Go 1.000 1.000 .750 4 .333 .000 .000 runs in the first highlighted by five hits key ones by Doug Johnson who had a double and run scoring singles by Rusty Diamond Henry Thompson and even the Pitcher Allen Ross. In the second inning the Iron brigade added three runs on three hits. Don Lear drove inthe first and Diamond got his second straight rib with a sin Gle. Diamond later scored on a wild pitch by disco starters ave Rasberry. The win boosted 2nd brigade to a 5-1 record which is Best in the league. The Iron men havea makeup game with div arty at Hanau next week and onegin would give them the first half league title 2nd brigade increased its margin to 14-1 after five com plete innings of play. The league has no Rule in its Constitution for a 10-run Rule. The Iron men scored five run sin the fifth to highlight their outburst. Shortstop Bob s h i a Matsu led off the inning with a Solo Homer his first of the sea son and five other Iron men also got hits during the uprising with Barry Weaver s single to left scoring two runs. Disco finally scored again in the sixth inning when 2nd brigade starter Ross walked the first three men he faced. Dean Cherbas singled in the two Iron men came right Back in their half of the sixth with two runs drive by Weaver and in on single Leon quails. That made the score 16-3.discom, playing against mostly 2nd brigade reserves got three More runs in the seventh to end the hurled 61-3 innings for the Victory. The Salty lefthand or struck out five walked four and allowed four unearned run before handing it Over to re Liever Jack Hough. Discomfort disco 2nd brigade a r h by a r h by Keith of 3211 Shim Tsu so 8331 governale of 1 0 0 0 Johnson 2b-c 6131 Bowers club 4111 Lear 3b 4221 Roux if a 2110 Henke 3b 1000 Taylor c 2000 Diamond if 4342 a Lieras of 4012 Barbaree if 1000 Champ be if 1000 Kelley of 3400 Quay in 2000 Irwin of 1000 Hoxie in of of 2010 Weaver in 5333 Mcclain As 4010 Cal Volt in 0000 Poss 3b 3120 Qualla of 4011 Myers 2b 2000 Thompson c 0001 Berthume 2b 1000 Hardin of 0000 Asberry p 1000 Robinson 2b 3011 balk p 1000 Ross p 4021 Kirk p 1100 Hough p 1000 total 34 6 9 4 Totaj 43 16 19 12 disco 1000023006 2nd brigade 430 252 oox16 a Bowers Mcclain Rasberry Shig Matsu quails. Lob disco 7, 2nd brigade 10. 2bjohnson. Or Shinmatsu. A Lear. So Shim also 2, Lear Kelley quails Thompson. In h r Erbb so Rasberry l 2 8 7 7 3 0 balk 22-37 7 4 1 1 Kirk 31-34 2 2 1 Ross i w,2-1 61-36 5 4 4 i Houglin 22-33 1 1 2 i hip Rasberry i Kelley. We Hough balk Rasberry. Pm Bowers Roux Thompson. T3 05. Wilson shuts out Hahn 8-0 flyers remain tied for Lead comets Bounce Barons from first place tie Pitburg Germany special Over the left Field Fence in the Home runs by Jerry Luke and red Meshach led the Way her sunday As the Darmstadt com ets knocked Pitburg out of Athree Way Safe Germany con Ference first place deadlock 6-3.the split of the weekend series left Darmstadt with a 9-3 con Ference record and tied for the Lead with Wiesbaden. Pitburg Isnow 8-4. Luke picked up his fifth Mound Victory against one loss although needing Relief help in the six thinning from Larry Benkovich. Luke s Homer gave the com ets a 1-0 Lead in the fourth in Ning and they made it 2-0 inthe fifth when Frank Bell Dou bled and scored on Mark Rojas triple. Meshach hammered his Homer 2 3 314 j brigade 3 brigade 3 it come 3 brigade 1 Larty o missile 0 sunday s results Lipport come 9, 5-6 missile 1 Ai to is. 1st brigade unreported Fil brigade is. 2nd brigade unreported 4th army div league won lost pet. Go brigade 9 Plon he 7 Bentli army . 7 brigade 8 brigade 5 Ort come i t 2 4 5 5 65 811 2 a .692 .583 .583 .571 .500 .429 .154 7 sunday s results vision he h-9, div arty 6-3 wort come 5, 2ml brigade 4 brigade is. 3rd brigade unreported 3rd army div league won lost 5 j. Brigade 2any 2 3 brigade 2 3 a 3 5 sunday s 10, disco 8 Piv arty in brigade 4 be Bye Marne league won lost pet. .833 .667.400 .400 .375 go 3 go 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 sunday s results 11, hero base 6 it ii a k a l Kissinger Mflwc Ekeji at Schweinfurt unreported Bye a 1,000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 m quits Hospital knee injury Boston a Bobby Orr a. Me Boston Bruins Winner of ?atisest7n? Ris Avard As the Ronai hockey league s lop Fieneman in the 1967-68 sea Foron or. Cen discharged from Pronto general Hospital. Underwent surgery for left knee in Peb in tit returned the regular o the lineup season. Hahn Germany special right hander Jack Wilson spun a four hitter and Dave cred slammed a two run Homer to propel the Wiesbaden flyers Toan 8-0 win sunday Over the Hahn Hawks and kept them tied for the Safe German conference Lead. The flyers routed three Hahn pitchers for 10 their ninth win hits to against notch three Drysdale tops in May for Hickok pro award new York a do Drysdale the los Angeles dodgers shutout Pitcher won the May poll in the Competition for the s. Rae Hickok pro ath Lete of the year award. Drysdale who pitched five of his successive shutouts in the month of May won by a comfortable margin with Bobby in ser Winner of the indianapolis500, and Frank Howard Washington s Home run slugger run Ning close together As second and Catfish Hunter who pitched a perfect game for the Oakland a a was fourth. Others receiving votes fro sports writers and sportscasters were Bob Foster the new Light heavyweight boxing Champion Usner team nabs pin title at shape shape Belgium special rolling up a 3,072 total Usner has taken the team championship in the first annual shape bowl ing association Tollefson had a 650, Wilh Handicap while Bob Hoover added 629, Tom Watson 605, Chuck Conger 604 and Joe Abate 584.carlos Saucedo and Ricky d. Elder combined for a 1274 Totake the doubles. Richard Disalle won the singles with 680. Don Hobart captured the All events Handicap event Wilh a 1893 aggregate and Jinn Krieg had a 1694 losses As they kept Pace with Darmstadt which knocked bit Burg out of a three Way tie for Lead sunday 6-3. Wilson struck out 10 and had flawless control As he passed none. The flyers scored twice in thee cond As Ansel Smith singled in one run and an error let inthe other. In the sixth a triple by Leroy for the total. Top All events scratch Widdington a double by Joe fimple and a single by Dusty Rhodes sent three More Smalley singled Crede hit his third Homer of the seasoning the ninth. A Widdington single two errors and a squeeze play pushed Over two More runs in the s three hits and Credo s two led the Wiesbaden attack. Tom Chandler started for Hahn and took the loss his fourth. Dave Thompson and John ring relieved. The loss was Halm s 10thagainst two wins. Wiesbaden 020 002 0048 10 1 Hahn 0000000000 48 Wilson and Rhodes Chandler Thomp son 7ringo 0 and Bachman. A Wilkon 2-0. Chandler .0-4. Hit Wiesbaden Crede 3. Tankers take twin Bill from artillerymen Goeppinger Germany special the div has tankers swept a pair of seven inning games from the div arty artillerymen Here sunday in 4tharmd div league action. They won the first one 9-6, and the second game 9-3. Despite giving up 14 hits inthe opening game right hander Rick Paladino held on to Regis Ter his sixth Victory in seven starts. Al York drove in two of the tankers runs and John Tor Nazin collected two of the eight hits. In the second game left hande Jim Kalk struck out 12 and gave up five hits for his first Triumph of the season. The tankers used a five run third inning to ice the game. Ray Sakiewicz hammered a two run Homer to highlight the Frame. Jim collect blasted a Homerin the top of the sixth for the Bill Davis led the win ners with two double win gave the tankers a 7-5 record while the artillerymen rest in the cellar with a 2-11 Mark. First game div arty 102 021 06 14 3 div has 2 222 x9 8 1 Rohrl with collect my and crumble Pii Ludino and Davis. A Paladino 6-1. A Roler Barigh. Second game div arty 0000021352 div Hub 015 102 x Cripe collect 4 and heard sixth after an Al Jenkins Singleto make it 4-0. Benkovich came on in Relief after Luke walked three Barons in the Bottom of the sixth. The Darmstadt reliever gave up a sacrifice Fly to Bill Vickers that knocked in the first Pitburg run. Larry Kirkman s Homer open ing Pitburg s seventh inning made it 4-2, but the comets ral lied for two More in the top of the ninth on Frank Bell third double of the afternoon a single by Rojas a sacrifice flyby Benkovich and a double by scored once in the Bottom of the ninth As Bob col Lins reached first on an error Jim James singled Al Graham was walked and Ron Henry scored Collins by hitting into fielder s Choice. Luke yielded just one hit in his stint striking out three and walking eight. Loser Bob Clow 4-2 give up nine hits to the comets while fanning nine and walking just one. Darmstadt 000 112 0026 9 3 Pitburg 000 001 1013 3 3 Luke Binl Covish 6 and Taylor Clow and Graham. A Luke Ril. A Clow 4-2. Or Darmstadt Luke Pitburg Kirkman. Warriors defeat3rd brigade 6-4 Friedberg Germany Spe Cial the div arty warriors turned Back the 3rd brigade Cou Gars 6-4, Here sunday for a split in their weekend 3rd army div league series. The Home forces won 9-3, on the Day , Allen Wiley scattered five hits voc distance to pickup the Victory. His chief Tormen Tor was Wayne Drake who collected three of the five 3rd Bri Gade hits in four official appearances at the plate and drove in two warriors made seven hits off loser Bill Neal pay off for almost As Many runs while Lead ing All the Way after gaining the Edge on a pair of tallies in the second. Div Arthy 021 010 0116 7 1 3rd brigade 100 020 0104 5 0 Wiley and Galliano Neal and Humble. A Wiley. A Neal u-2. -980 Kalk and Davis a Kalko a l. A Cripe. Or div arty collect div , Saku Wick. Sayers named director Chicago a Gale Sayers Star halfback of the Chicago bears has been named by mayor Richard j. Daley As director of a touch football pro Gram to help school dropouts and underprivileged youths. Sedgman pulls out of Wimbledon meet London up an injure Darm saturday caused Australia s Frank Sedgman to pull out of the Wimbledon Tennis Champion ships which Start . A. Peralta of Argentina will fill the vacant place. He will meet greek Davis cup player Nikki Kaloger Poulous in he first round. Sedgman s withdrawal Means Only six former title holders Vytill be competing in the first Wimbledon open. He won the championship in 1950 and shortly alter turned professional. Saints subdue tigers 9-1 Baumi Iolder Germany special the support come saints made it two straight Over the 5/6 missile tigers Here Sun Day by pounding out a seven inning 9-1 8th div league Vic tory. A six run second inning by the saints was More than Jack Hud son needed to notch his fifth win against two losses. He held one. The tigers to three hits strik fourth inning. Ing out six and walking Roger White after driving Ina first inning run for support come contributed a two run single to the big second Frame. Steve Lancaster s two run triple John Taylor s single and a wild pitch produced the other runs. Jimmy Carson s Homer into the left Field seats gave the tigers their Only run in the support come scored once inthe fifth on Lack Hudson s single and again in the sixth on to Ewhite s hit and run single that plated Fred Stokes from first saints Are now 3-1 in lie second half of 8th div juy and 5/6 missile is 0-4. 5/6 mile of come " � i fire h and wan Huro. A it Ter a Klinl Nikii --1 to ,1-j.i. Lill. 0 Aji in

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