European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives May 1 1968, Page 18

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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - May 1, 1968, Darmstadt, HesseWednesday May 1, 1968 the stars and stripes Page 19 pirates rip cubs 7-4, for Blass Pittsburgh up Willi Stargell drove in two runs and scored another pair and Billmar mroskl slammed a two run Homer monday night pacing the Pittsburgh pirates to a 7-4 Victory Over the Chicago cubs. Stargell who had a single an double in four at bats scored ahead of Mazeroski in the eighth inning after reaching j first on a strikeout when Catcher Randy Hundley was charged with a passed Ball. Stargell singled across two runs during the pirates three run third inning and his double was the key blow in Pitts St. Louis takes 3-2 Elg it Lues overcome Worth stars St. Louis a Rill Mccreary wheeled around with a shot and found the net at 17 27 of an overtime period to give the St. Louis blues a 3-2 Victory Over the Minnesota North stars in a National hockey league playoff game monday night. The Victory gave the blues a3-2 Edge in the Best-of-7 West division final series. The teams will meet wednesday night in Minnesota for the sixth game. The blues controlled the puck Reichardt Angels tip Cleveland in Minnesota territory for a few moments then Jerry Melnyk fired after taking a pass from Barclay Plager. The disk went straight to Mccreary s stick and he spun sending the puck Home for the game win Ning score. Neither team scored in the third period. Defens Eman Bob Mccord tied the score at 2-2 in the second period with an assist by Milan Marcetta. Mccord let Loose of the puck from the face off Cir Cle. St. Louis goalie Glenn Hall got a hand on the disk but could t hold on and it trickled Down his Arm and into the net at 8 31 of the Crisp contributed to both St. Louis goals in the first period. He got to the puck be Hind the Minnesota net and quickly passed to Bob Plager. Who drilled it in at 1 32 of the North stars got that one Back about four minutes later on Rookie Walt Mckechnie s Sec Ond goal of the playoffs. The Rookie look a shot near the goal and the puck went through Goa lie Hall s legs at 5 39 to tie the again set. Up a goal after getting a pass from Gary Sabou Rin. Crisp faked a shot from the left Side of the net. The defense fell for the deception and Crisp passed across to Sabourin who roared flown the ice and boat. Minnesota goalie Cesare Mani 1 ago at 10 44 of the first period. Sturgell Mazeroski Burgh s two run sixth As Ferguson Jenkins suffered his j first defeat in four decisions. A single by Jerry May a Force out and walks to Maury wills and Matty Alou loaded the bases for the pirates in the \ third and one run scored when Ron Santo threw wildly to the 1 plate after Fielding Roberto Clemente s ground Ball. Stargell then singled to drive in wills a and Alou. I Stargell doubled following a single by Clemente in the sixth Ai and after Donn Clendenon was intentionally walked relieve Jack Lama be walked Home one run. A groundnut and unintentional walk to Gene loaded the bases Agai Stargell scored As May bounced into a Force out at second. Cleveland up Rick Reichardt s two run single with the bases filled and none out highlighted a three run seventh inning outburst which enabled the California Angels to rally monday night for a 3-2 Victory Over the Cleveland indians. Reichardt s blow which gave the Angels a 2-1 Lead came off Steve Hargan after singles by Roger Repoz and Jay Johnstone and a walk to Don Mincher filled the bases. Johnstone scored he third run of the inning As Jimmie Hull bounced into a Force play on which Reichardt Hurt his ankle sliding j into second base. Reichardt was removed fro the game but the extent of the injury was Mcglothlin held the indians witless for 5 1-3 inning before they scored when Jose Cardenal singled moved to second on an infield out and tallied on a single by Max indians knocked out Mcglothlin when Vic Dava Lillo stunt single and stolen base followed by Pinch hitter Leon Roseboro collects reds bomb five hits As twins Houston Maul botox 11-2 on 22 hits to yet t r m a t / t to t \ . T 1willie s magic Chicago Pittsburgh Ali r h til Kissinger i & 0 0 0 wills 3b ii Karl 2b -1130 Malou it 1 mums if 4120 Clu Montc of Hanlo in 4112 Star cull k 1 Inka in 4122 cd Milonan in 1 on of 4010 Matron Al 2i Llu Mallcy c 4010 ally a j Hll lips of 4010 May o p 1000 Hlass p Kila j h 1000 Kac p t Imago p 0000 p pm 0000 h Iron san Nin Ali 0000 0000 1000 total 30 4114 Tula Chicago 000 000 1 Pittsburgh 003 002 0 a big into , . I Intuit Murli 2. Loh Chicago 8, r 2uhundley. Atm Kort Mil Banks 3max croak Clendenon. 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Rose lashed a two run single to Center to Send i Maloney to third from where he scored on Alex Johnson s1 sacrifice Fly. I Vada Pinson single d and i pore slammed a triple into the1 astr us bullpen to drive in Roo or 043 . u 4322 to " c in a of 5231 \vvr.i, i i tvs � 2 2 s i b u a k in r Golf stars ship Champ tourney 6033 Smi or a j j 2 . 6121 fit 3 0 l 4100 Torr 1 u u 11 i v 1 11 1 i 01 t 1 i 1 Houston Tex. A Arnold Pulmer will be missing thursday when 100 pros in four amateurs Start the $100,000 champions International invitational Golf tournament. The Houston Golf association said monday that Gay Brewer and Ben Hogan also have with drawn and that there is a Chance Julius Boros will skip this one. Palmer was runner up to Frank Beard at the champions a year ago when Beard Sank an18-fir t Birdie putt on the final Green for a 10 under 274, one stroke in front of Palmer the first player to win $1 million on Golf Tours. Palmer returned to his , pa., Home for treatment of an ailing hip after finishing in a tie for sixth sunday in the Byr Nnelson classic at Dallas Brewer the 1%7 master Champion sent word his Daugh Ter must undergo surgery this week and that he will remain at his Dallas knee injury forced Hogan Back ailment kept Boros out of the Dallas tournament. He returned to his Florida Homo after ians advised that to re main inactive three weeks. Over Tho woo Kond. However to said to would Fly hero. Beard won $23.000 last year with rounds of 67, 70, 70 and 67 for Tho 7,118-Yard, 36-3571 Cypress course at the Cham pions club operated by Jimmy demure and Jack Burke or. T. -. C h. A. K i in l. A a i 11 11it c 1 4 j 1 3 6 t23 5 1 2 2 i 7 a j i h1 Vij. � 0 c

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