European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives May 4 1968, Page 21

Low-resolution version. To view a high quality image

Start Free Trial
European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - May 4, 1968, Darmstadt, HessePage 22 the stars and stripes saturday May 4, 196 american league won lost pet. Jav Trout 13 0 .084 Baltimore 12 0 .ofl7 Minnesota 12 7 .632washington 11 8 .679 Boston 0 9 600 California 9 11 .450new York 8 11 .421 Oakland 8 11 .421 Cleveland 7 11 .389 Chichko 3 12 .200 thursday s results Boston 4, California 1 Baltimore 7. New York 3, Muniu Sot ii 3, Detroit 2, 10 innings Only games scheduled National league won lost pet. St. Louis 1-1 0 .700 clip a Natl. 10 9 .626 Sun Francisco. 10 9 .526 los Angeles 10 10 .500 Pittsburgh 9 9 .500 Philadelphia 9 10 .474 Atlanta 9 11 .450 Chicago 11 .450 new York 8 10 .444 Houston 8 11 .421 a a v,1 2 3h 4 i 5 5 5vj3 go 4 4 44 6 5 6 thursday s results Cincinnati 6, san Francisco 2, 11 in new York 3, Philadelphia 0, night Calcaro 1, Pittsburgh 0, night Houston 4, St. Louis 0, night los Angeles 2, Atlanta 1, 17 innings Pacific coast league Eastern division won lost pet. 314 Oklahoma City 9 4 .682 Tulsa 7 5 .583 Phoenix 9 8 .529 Indianapolis. 7 8 .438san Diego 6 8 .429 Denver 3 7 .300 Western division Spokane 12 4 .750 Seattle 9 6 .682 2 Vancouver 9 5 .643 2 Portland 7 8 .467 4\ Tacoma 4 11 .267 7v Hawaii 12 .250 s thursday s results Indianapolis 6, Phoenix 2 Spokane 6, Hawaii 5, 13 innings Portland 5, Seattle 2, 16 innings Only games scheduled International league won lost pet. Go 46 5 5 a Louisville 10 1 .909 Syracuse 6 4 .600rochester 5 .545 Richmond 5 6 .455 Toledo 5 e j455 Columbus 3 5 .375 Jacksonville 4 8 .333 Buffalo 3 7 .300 6 thursday s results Louisville 3, Rochester 2, 10 innings Toledo 3, Jacksonville 2 Richmond at Buffalo postponed rain Only games scoring Eastern league thursday s result Reading 7, Waterbury 2 Pittsfield 3, Binghamton 2 Elm Ira 4. York 3, 13 innings Southern league thursday s result Birmingham 3. Savannah 1 Charlotte 6, Evansville 2 Montgomery 7, Asheville 2 Texas league thursday s result Memphis 4, Amarillo 2 Arkansas 6. San Antonio 2 Albuquerque 10, Dallas fort Worth 0 sep b edit p22 3d folo stands go National basketball Assn. Finals Best of seven w la Boston. 4 2 los Angeles. 2 4 a won series thursday1 Resul Boston 124, los Angeles 109 pet. Aau increases vault Standard new York up the Amateur athletic Union has announced it will require a leap of16 feet 4 inches to qualify for the pole vault at the aau out door track and Field Champion ships in California in Lodge chairman of the aau track and Field committee said the new height was voted upon by the said rapidity of the in crease in the vault Standard i underscored by the fact that 15 feet 1v4 inches was the qualify ing level for the 1064 olympic Gumes in Tokyo. Crenshaw signs St. Louis up Willis Cren Shaw 230-Pound St. Louis car Dinal fullback who had played out his option last season has signed his contract far 1968, twas announced Here. Twins Deal tigers 3-2 reversal icon tiny a Paft 18 second and Al Kaline and Willie Horton Drew walks. Hot Rod Effort Minnesota Detroit Tib r h by no r h by Tovar Jib 5010 Maul life 2b 5010cnrcw 2b 5230 wort 3b 4000 Oliva of 6011 in Leno of 4010 kill brew Reese if Allison if Clark 3b Uhuru Muir c Hernandz of c la Annoe p Rollins j h Worth Ign p in 3 1 0 0 1000 2000 0000 4021 4021 4000 3000 10000000 Morton Iff Roetman c Mathews in tree set 1 Northrup 83 Oyler As Matchlock As Sparma p Cash pm Mclain or Miller p q Brown pm 4010 5000 3000 20003221 1000 20000 00 oil0000 0000 0000 Patterson p 0000stanley pm 1000 Rybant p 0000lasher p 0000 total 37 3 9 3 total 36 2 6 2 Minnesota 000 200 000 13 Detroit 000010001 02 a Oyler Allison Tracewski. Do Detroit 3. Lob Minnesota 7, Detroit 10. 2bhernandez, Carew. Or Northrup 4. So Carew Tovar Olla. Swart. w.3-3 Worthington Sparma. Heller Patterson. Ip9 15 22 Rybant ll.0-1 2-3 Lasher 1-3 r Erbb 80 23390022 , Worthington. T3 13. Bailey s hit pulls dodgers past braves 2-1, in 17th los Angeles a Bombailey drove in his second run of the game with a single in the17th inning Here thursday night to give is Angeles a 2-1 Victory Over Atlanta. The game was the longest the dodgers have played since they moved Here in 1958 from Brook Lyn. Zoilo Var Sallis led off the 17thwith a hit off Clay Carroll 0-1, the fourth Pitcher for the braves and went to second on Willie Davis fairly was purposely botox Breeze past calif., 4-1 Boston a Jose Santia go backed by the slugging of Ken Harrelson and Reggie Smith posted his third Victory of the season and his let straight since mid-1967 thurs Day in hurling the Boston Redfox to a 4-1 decision Over Call fornia. Santiago dazzled the Angels allowing Only three hits and striking out , who has inherited the starting Outfield berth vacated by ailing Tony Conigliaro boo Odem. Continued from Page 18j sign said Beans and As far As 30,000 people Are concerned you re out. So you re name calling or the shouting contests Don t always make the sharpest Points on the Field. It s often the soft squelch heard by Only a few. Sex Cleveland shortstop George Strickland took a Lowitch at least he thought it was Low then he heard strike two he stepped out of the Batter s Box and started for the dugout. Tit -. Hey where you going it s Only strike two said the know said Strickland i brought the wrong club and i m going Back to get me a Sand have been known to outsmart the umpires. One of the Best was Bill Terry one of the great giant took two legitimate hits away from Washington in the 1933 world series because he knew the habits of the first base Umpire would watch the bag to see when the runner s foot touched it. He never looked at the Ball but listened for it to hit the Glove. Twice Terry slapped his Glove with his Bare hand before Heball got there. It sounded like the Ball was beating the runner and the runner who were Safe was called benches Are a constant source of irritation for the umpires. One major league Umpire summed up the feelings of most umpires a Guy playing has a legitimate beef but i Ain t taking nothing from some loud Mouth on the Bench who plays once year and is on the club because he s got a Good pair of he s like the sniper you can t see. The ump can t know the voices of the players. Besides they disguise them. In some dug outs like St. Louis a Bench jockey can hide under the Bench. Youcan hear him but can t see him. The Umpire is accused of Rab bit ears if he tries to find him. Looking into the dugout after Good Needle has been Given the Umpire sees a picture that could go on a holy card Twenty five grown men looking like Twenty five angelic choirboys. A Good Bench jockey can act and he can hide and be a ventriloquist on occasion. When they were in Brooklyn the dodgers had some of the Best notably Dick Williams now Boston Redfox manager Chris Van Cusk and Gene Hormanski. To figure out who the jockeys Are is sometimes a Tough umpires go by reputation. In a giant dodger game the jockeys were Riding Umpire Tom Gorman taken enough Gorman went Over to the dodger Bench and roared All right Van Cusk get out you re on the Bench moved. A Mon get going Van Cusk you re an1 faces not so holy and still not one of those angelic faces moved. Gorman the turned to the late Charlie Dresson then manager of the dodgers you better get that Van Cusk out of you want to run Van Cusk Dresson told him you better go to St. Paul because that s where i sent him Jones an sex Al ump once cleared the whole White sox Bench for insisting through most of a game that he was u meat head. The next Day on his Way to Home plate he went by the Whiteson Bench. In unison the boys hollered of or. Umpire you won t have any trouble with us turned around and told them he was glad to hear that but what made them so sure. It came in chorus we can t Call you Meathead today because it s l of for the life of an Umpire. Had three successive hits driving in two runs while Smith collected a pair of doubles the red sox broke a scoreless deadlock in the fourth when Smith lined a double to right and Harrelson scored him witha looping single to Center. The Angels tied the count on walk a sacrifice and Paul Schaal s two out single in the fifth. Harrelson Homer Harrelson put Boston in front to stay leading off the sixth with his first Homer a blast against the wind into the Loftfield screen. Three errors and a sacrifice Fly by Russ Gibson provided another run in the in Ning. The red sox added another run in the seventh on a walk a fourth California error an Smith s double and then breezed behind Victory enabled Boston to snap a four game losing Streak and move Back into the first division with a 9-9 Santiago sparkles California Bost Nab r h blab h t Schaal 3b 3011 Andrews 3b 4010 Fri Boll 88 4010 Foy 3b 2100 Repoz of 4000 my Makl if 4010 Man Char in 4010 is Mutli of 4121 shall of 4000 Tartabull of 0000 Hinton if 4000 her Olaon of 4 1 3 2 Rougers o 4000 Scott in 3100 Knoop 2b 3100 per soul 88 4000 Bills p 1000 Gibson o 2001 Kirk Ptrick pit 0 0 0 0 Santako p 3000heffner p 0000 cd Mono p 0000 a Romolor p 0000 total 31 1 3 1 toll 30 4 7 4 California 000 0 t 0 0001 Boston 000 102 1 0 x4 a Andrews. Fro goal 2rodger. Muncher Scott do California 2. Lob California 7, Bonton ii. 2bmlnchor, 2. Andrews. He Harrel flon 1. So Schmal Scott. A . Sanllntto.8fglbson. In Ellin l.l-3 0 Heffner. 0 cd Mono i 1 Turk inter Sun Liiko w.3-0 Hup Sant Leixo h 01 l in o 2-3 0 1 0 0 0 31 . X he hit 8o 3234 10 Heffner. T 2 30. A 4, we Hale says Oaks plan on offering Hannum contract Oakland a Bruc Ehale general manager and coach of the Oakland Oaks re iterated thursday that the Oaks plan to make an offer to Alex Hannum but said they have had no discussions neither have the american basketball association Oaks decided what offer they will make to the Long time National basketball association Francisco of the Aba is reported prepared to offer Hun num $40,000. There have been published re ports Hale would become a vice president. Hale said Hoopes the Oaks will land Han num who directed two no championship Loams. Walked and then Bailey drove his single to left scoring up Salles. Jim Grant 2-1, the fourth dodger Pitcher entered a game in the 17th inning and a the winning Pitcher. As the braves shut out on Fly. Hits by Claude Osteen through the first eight innings tied the score with two out in the ninth when Felix Millan beat out grounder to Short or Lvii in cd ctr Boyar. N Boyer had forced Mike Lum running for Deron Johnson who had singled and had moved to third on a single by Tommi Catron. Bailey drove in a run for the dodgers in the sixth with a sin Gle after Cleo James had Dou bled left hander Dick Kelley allowed the dodgers Only five hits before being lifted Tor a Pinch hitter in the eighth. Boiler y d out Atlanta a r Fanlou of 70 a Jackson m 6 0 Habo of 60 Johnson in 4 0lum if 30 Boyer 3b 6-j Taaron if 60 Mullan 2t� to Martinez o 7 0 it lloy p 20 Tillman pm 10 Upshaw p 10 Francot pm 1 0 Raymond p 00 Al Dealno pm l 0 Jcarroll p 10 los Angeles h by no r h by 2 0 Parker in 5008 0 0 Vert Llyd 5 i j o 0 0 wet this of 6000 t 0 colavito of 2010 0 0 Jimca if l l i o 2 0 fairly of i o 0 0 2 0 Bralley n 7 0 j j s i Alcariz 2b 3000 1 0 Popovych 2l 3010 q 0 Savage if 50000 0 Torborg c 3020 0.0 Dalroy pm i n o 0 0 0 Blell Nohrn p o 0 0 0 0 0 Clair Olsn pm l 0 0 00 0 Purdin p 0000 0 0 Grant p l o 00 Loftt can p 0000ha 11 or c 0 0 o a Calif Powell. . 13 of Lvi. 13 Man Ronota 13wuuliliikton, 13. Pitching2 do Aulont Len Ridln Nult Linro 3-0, 1.000 oof ton 3-0, 1.000 Mclain i. 1.000 inn Len Detroit 3-u, l. Bind Oakland 2-0, 8-0, 1.000 co 2-0. K i National player club use Oln i pm Ankur a flood Holt Auron at h. Aaron All v. Alou at ormolu nym. Alou i Khz William Chi league a n 18 70 17 20 77 1320 83 17 0 32 4 11 3n 2 20 77 s in h4 u 18 a4 s12 i i 20 11 Iii .312 a 33l 11 v Home Runi Zwoboda new York. 7 . Lurt ban Francisco it Sun Krui Rob 8 tul with 4 run called in Vren com pm Mil. 1h now York 17 , lilt cup Udu , 10 flood . Pitching 2 . New York 40, 1 a Burn. I. Lout 3-0. I tw1 cd Scuko 20, 1.000 a Flonov i 2-0, Carllon St. , j hour Nur by. Lula 20, 1 in he. I a �1i "

Search all Darmstadt, Hesse newspaper archives

All newspaper archives for May 4, 1968