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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - June 24, 1968, Darmstadt, HessePage 22 the stars and stripes they Stan american league won lost pet. Go Petroit 43 25 .632 Cleveland 37 32 .536 6% Baltimore 4 31 .523 7% Minnesota 34 33 .507 8% Boston 32 32 .500 9 Oakland 3 33 .500 9 California 32 34 .485 10 new York 31 35 .470 11 Chicago 29 36 .446 12 Washington 25 39 .391 16 saturday s results new York 5, Minnesota 2 Boston 7, Chicago 2 Cleveland 2, Detroit 0 Oakland 4, Washington 1 California 5, Baltimore 2 National league won lost pet go by. Louis 43 25 .632 ban Francisco. 37 33 .529 7 Atlanta 35 32 .522 7% Philadelphia 32 30 .516 8 los Angeles 36 35 .507 8% new York 32 34 .487 10 Pittsburgh 31 34 .477 10% Chicago 31 35 .470 11 Cincinnati 31 35 .470 11 Houston 26 41 .388 16% saturday s result St. Louis 6, Atlanta 1 Cincinnati 7, Chicago 1 san Francisco 10, Pittsburgh 3 los Angeles 5, new York 1 Philadelphia 7, Houston 6 Pacific coast league Eastern division won lost pet. Go Tulsa 39 24 .619 Phoenix 41 29 .586 1% ban Diego 36 31 .537 5 Indianapolis 31 30 .508 7 Oklahoma City. 30 31 .492 8 Denver 23 39 .371 15% Western division Spokane 37 30 .552 Seattle 5 32 .522 2 Hawaii 30 35 .462 6 Vancouver 28 34 .452 6% Tacoma 27 34 .433 7 Portland 6 34 .433 7% a late game not included. Saturday s results Spokane 4, san Diego 3 Tulsa 5-4, Seattle 1-1, Indianapolis 9, Oklahoma City 5 Tacoma 12, Denver 9 Phoenix 5, Portland 3 International league won lost pet. Go Toledo 37 27 .578 Columbus 29 26 .527 3% Louisville 31 29 .517 4 Buffalo 32 30 .516 4 Rochester 28 27 .509 4% Richmond 9 33 .468 7 Jacksonville 27 34 .443 8% Syracuse 26 33 .441 8% saturday s results Syracuse 2, Louisville 1, 12 innings Toledo 4, Richmond 0 Buffalo 5, Jacksonville 3 Rochester 6, Columbus 4 Eastern league saturday s results Binghamton 1, York 0, 2nd game rain Reading 2, Waterbury 1 Elmira 2, Pittsfield 0 Southern league saturday s results Evansville 3-1, Birmingham 2-3 Savannah 4, Montgomery 3 Only games scheduled Texas league Eastern division won lost pet. Go Arkansas 35 30 .538 Memphis 2 33 .492 3 Shreveport 30 36 .455 5% Dallas fort Worth 29 39 .426 7% Western division won lost pet. Go Albuquerque 38 26 .594 Elpaso 39 27 .591 Amarillo 29 35 .453 9 san Antonio 28 34 .542 9 saturday s results Dallas fort Worth 5, Shreveport 2 san Antonio 4, Amarillo 2 Arkansas 7, Memphis 6 Elpaso 9, Albuquerque 4 North american soccer league Eastern conference Atlantic division w l t by pts. A a Atalanta. 10 new York. 5 Washington. 7 Baltimore. 7 3 3 23 92 3 7 22 73 4 3 21 72 8 1 18 63boston1 11 3 22 37 lakes division Chicago. 7 3 6 31 91 Cleveland. 6 4 6 27 81 Toronto. 6 7 4 23 71 Detroit. 4 8 0 18 42 Western conference Gulf division Kansas City. 7 4 2 22 72 Houston. 6 8 2 21 63 by. Louis. 5 7 4 19 61 Dallas. O 13 3 14 23 Pacific division san Diego. 10 4 3 32 101 Oakland. 8 4 5 24 87 los Angeles. I 2 6 24 78 7 4 21 63 saturday s results Atlanta 3, Cleveland 1 Houston 2, Dallas 2 St. Louis 3, Vancouver 1 Only games scheduled 24 23 23 18 24 38 28 24 24 32 29 24 14 35 28 25 22 air Force Tennis meet Washington special the 1968 air Force Tennis championships will be held at Van Denberg fab Calif., july 21-26. Following the tourney a Tea will be selected to represent the air Force in the Leech cup an interservice Tennis Champion ships in August. Krausse As halt senators Oakland Calif. Up Lew Krausse turned Back Washington on five hits Satur Day night in pitching the Oakland athletics to a 4-1victory which ended eight straight defeats at the hands of the senators. The 25-year-old righthand missed a shutout in the seventh inning when de Stroud smashed triple and tallied on Paul Casanova s single. Aside from monday Krausse that Krausse kept the senator sin Check As he struck out eight and did t allow a pass while posting his fourth win against seven s Rick monday took Over the Lead in the american league batting race with a .325 average with three hits in three official trips including a pair of doubles and a run scoring single. Sal Bando s hot single literally knocked starter and loser Barry Moore 1-5 put of thebon in the first inning. The muscular third baseman drove across the a s first run by whacking a one base smash off Koore s left Shin. After walking around a few minutes the Southpaw left the game and Dick Bosman took Over. 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As a regular at the rocket games at West Ruislip Chipperfield has developed Friendship with the London players and sometimes travels on the team bus to Road games. At the drop of a baseball Cap hell recite names of former and current Safe Diamond greats. He singles out Catcher Ralph Platt shape Ace of the 59-60era, As the Safe player that impressed him the most. Josh Durham Ramstein Catcher of a few years ago also Madean unforgettable impression on chips. And he s High of Weatherfield Pitcher Wes Brock among the current crop of . of chips biggest baseball highlights was in 1963 when he travelled to Berlin for the Safe tournament. Another unforgettable experience for Chipperfield was a Safe clinic banquet where he met Brooks Robinson sat with the Oriole third baseman and chatted with him All evening. Chipperfield also fondly remembers a London visit with los Angeles sports writer John Olds during which they spent six hours talking and listening to Olds taped series films Are occasionally circulated in England and when watching these films chips says he gets an overwhelming feeling of wanting to be his big ambition is to travel to the states and see major league baseball. But such a trip satisfy Chipperfield s Diamond appetite unless he could see his dodgers in Krueger former is Bureau chief in London still remembers chips once telling him about taking a lonely walk in his Hampstead Heath neighbourhood and having a Good cry after a particularly bitter dodger s a Long Long Way from Hampstead Heath to Chavez Ravine but we have a feeling chips will make it someday. Monday Smith slams Lutz in Mcaa singles san Antonio Tex. A University of Southern califor Nia s smooth stroking Sta Smith overwhelmed defending Champion and teammate Boblitz saturday for a 3-6, 6-1, 6-0, 6-2 Victory to become the 1968ncaa Tennis singles Champion. Lutz and Smith repeated a doubles champions by beating Roy Earth and Steve Tidball of Cla 6-1, 7-5. Lutz a us Junior looked Sharp in winning the first set. Although the defending inca singles titlist he was seeded second in the Mcaa Champion ships behind Smith. The taller Smith a senior took the second set with ease and broke Lutz service each time in that set. He served a love game to the Shorter scrambling Lutz in the fourth game of the third set Brok Elutz service again in the fifth and fought off a rally by Lutzin the final game to win the set. Ind. Race captured by White Indianapolis ind. Up Don White fought off several last Lap bids by Al Unser to Winthe 100-mile Indiana classic in Indianapolis saturday. The win was the fourth consecutive Triumph for White in races at the state Fairgrounds track. White and Unser were neck and neck going into the final Lap and took turns thrilling the crowd with slight leads until Unser spun out on the final turn. White Sac s defending Stock car Champion started his string of Indianapolis wins inthe 1966 state fair Century and swept both the classic and the Century last year. . Foyt Winner of the Yankee 250" at Indianapolis raceway Park last month was running fourth when his car developed rear end trouble on the 82nd Lap. He dropped out of the race finishing 19th in the30-car Field. Butch Hartman finished third behind White and Unser and Roger Mccluskey was fourth. The fourth set was played Asa towering thundercloud moved toward but not on Trinity University. Lutz found his Sharp Ness again in the first two games holding his serve and getting one love game against Smith. But Smith easily won the remaining games to take the title. In a Consolation single match John Mozola of the University of Texas at Austin Defeated Steve Modell of Ohio 4-6, 6-4, 6-3.the Victory was the fourth straight for Smith Over Lutz i five meetings this year. Us scored 31 Points in Cap Turing its 3rd consecutive and 10th team team totals Rice 23, Urcla 21, Miami fla., 20, Florida 16, Trinity Texas 15. Ari Zona 14, Seattle 13, Bri Hamyoung 12, Tennessee 10, Georgia and new Mexico 9, California Mississippi state and Michigan 8, Minnesota Fresno state an Southern Illinois 7, Princeton and Oklahoma 6, Louisiana state notre Dame Washington and Georgia tech 5, Oklahoma city4, san Jose state South Caro Lina Texas am Michigan state Bradley and Navy 3, North Texas state Lamar tech Texas Long Island and Stan Ford 2, Virginia army and Ore gon 1. What will Ramos do stumps even Frazier continued from Page 11 expected to pay $130,000 to watch the Yancey Durham Frazier s manager is confidently predicting a knockout Victory within eight rounds he did take any chances when he agreed to meet the unknown contender. Ramos had to agree to defend the title against the24-year-old philadelphian within 90 Days if he upsets the Odd Sand becomes Champion. If Frazier wins he said he Hopes to fight Jimmy Ellis who is recognized by the world boxing association or Cassius Clay. Clay was stripped of the title by most commissions for refusing to be inducted into the army but still has a lot of popular support As Champion. About with Boone Kirkman of Seattle is More Likely than match with either of Frazier s co champions however. And owned by and place stakes while $3.80. Westbur Carlisle Tio. Woodds on favorite a deemed$50,000 championship at raceway saturday night the Victory Antonia qualified the 5-year-old who was driven by Bill 1ton, for the Roosevelt tonal on july 13 As the representative. Carlisle who finished to perfect freight in Thi. At rushed up in the last Quarter mile and overtook 78-1 Longshot Bright Chance went on to win by 1% he Over real Speed another closer. Only fill flamboyant the Only ii the Field who raced As an with the Winner was this head behind real Speed Anil neck in front of grandpa Jim add 3rd folo hos Bright Chance faded to i tenth in the drive through stretch. Sir Zaffee was " speedy play sixth freight eighth and Earl the second Choice who stride on the last turn last. The winning entry paid h4$3.20 and $3.80. Real Speed was second in the atcyear1, returned $14.60 and f top ten by the associated Preiti based on 150 at bad american league player club monday Oak Yastrzemski bin Harrelson ban was Carew min Dot r. Smith bin Oliva min White by Uhlaender win gab Rhyl 53163 20 b 64 218 39 u 52181 33 h a 64 244 33 h of 47187 22 61 212.30 6163 226 30 8 67 255 28 full 66 235 31 66 253 23 in Home runs , Washington 24 Detroit 18 Harrelson to Killo Hrew Minnesota 12 T T loin a Powell Baltimore a i runs batted in. , Washington 53 h i Boston 50 Powell a " , Detroit 39, 0 Iva a7 pitching 5 decisions John Chicago 6-0 Detroit 12-2, .857 i c a � 833 Lasher , 4-1, .8 new York 7-2, .778. Player club i i i Rose Cin Cin flood stir staub Hytti at Millan ail Grote by Mccovy of Charles by 5u85 20 17 975 it 41 jul a 66 252 23 " Inix 280 3j a $ ss5sssujj 49159 u ru"8 18, i per 38. Pitching 5 decisions Bannow York Alto to a .80 1 Hoerner s Kline 1 i Tului a. U

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