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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - May 7, 1968, Darmstadt, Hesse1968 the stars and stripes Page 19 i Ebert hits Iver twins Cleveland a Sonny Limbert held Minnesota to one t for seven innings sunday lied Home one run and scored Cher As the Cleveland indians at he twins 2-1 extending Mir Victory string to four games Cir Victory string to four games. With the temperature a chilly7 manager Alvin d a r k re a ced Siebert with Stan Wil a sat the Start of the eighth. Seebert had kept the twin Silliss until the seventh when he sked Bob Allison and John ffoofeie9 Ito Uble beats i Ourilin reds Bench dodgers in 16th los Angeles a Rookie Johnny Bench lashed a run scoring double in the 16th inning sunday bending the Cincinnati reds past the los Angele dodgers 3-2. Tony Perez beat out an infield hit against dodger reliever Joh Purdin sex Safe Pitcher from Wiesbaden with one out in the16th. Lee May forced Perez at second then raced Home on Bench s double to Center snap Ping a 2-2 deadlock. Bill Kelso the fourth of five Cincinnati pitchers was the reds tied the game in the eighth after Pinch hitter Mack Jones beat out an infield single and moved up on a passed Ball. Pete Rose followed with a Singleto Center but Willie Davis threw out Jones at the took second on the play and scored As Alex Johnson sliced a double to right. The dodgers had gone ahead 2-1 in the sixth when Willie Davis doubled to left took third on Ron fairly s infield hit an scored on a throwing error by first baseman Fred singled to left in the sixth extending his batting Streak to 20 games was Safe Onan attempted steal when Short Stop Zoilo Versalles dropped Catcher Tom Haller s throw for an error and scored on a two out single by Vada Pinson. Davis reached base on an error by Whitfield in the fourth stole second and scored the dodgers first run on a two Outi bunt single by Wes Parker. ,7 n Ashe Lutz Star As . Posts Davis cup sweep sit Down Job Cincinnati los Angeles at r h by Rose of Johnaon if Pinson of Perez 3b who Tiff lib i May in of Nch c Helms 2b Kle Plu Obuon pm Kelo p Mccool Cardenas so Pawpaw p Majonos pm Davidson p Ruiz 2b 7220 Fairry if 7021 Savage k 7021 Tabri Len if 5010 versa lie s 4000 Davis rf3100 fairly re 6011 Hallur c5 0 1 f Park rib 0000 bail a. 1000 Aluara 2ti 1000 dry Dao p 0000 James Pri 6000 by in Jhm a 2000 colavito ph1010 Pimin p 1000 Popov it to \ h 2010 b r h i 1 u 0 0 1000 2010 to 0 0 0 7220700l 1 0 o i i 7020 7000 o i o 1000 0 0 0 0 1010 1010 1000 Sonny Siebert. Gives up 1 hit Ito Scaboro on 3-1 pitches and Ron Park lashed a first Bounce sin Gle to left scoring Allison. It was the first earned run i innings against Indian pitch prs although Oakland got an unearned run wednesday when Sara Mcdowell beat the Athlet-3-1 on a three hitter Luis Tiant and Steve Hargan had three hit shutouts against Minnesota Friday and Jim Merritt held Cleveland scoreless on one hit until the fifth when Vic Dakalil so singled and Larry Brown walked. Siebert singled driving in the game s first broken Bat single by Siebert in the seventh enabled him to score the tribe s second run when Jose Cardenal and Leon Wagner followed with singles. Hot Sonny Day Minnesota Cleveland lib r h by no r b h Viil Acmar of 4000 cart Cru a 4010 Jolly it re 4010 Salmon 2l 8000 2000 Waiser pm 1011 k 2108 Nelson 2b 0000 to c 3000 Alves 3b 2010inciurk 31, 3 0 1 i to Alorton in Hiti note a 0 0 0 Azcue c Richmond a. A easy victories by Arthur a s h e and Bob Lutz enabled the . Davis cup team sunday to Complete asleep of its american zone first round match against the British Caribbean team 5-0. Ashe utilized a booming serv ice and sizzling placement shots to defeat British Caribbean capt. Richard Russell 6-3, 6-2, 6-4 in sunday s opening match. Lutz departing from his usual doubles role was impressive in his Davis cup singles debut Downing the British Caribbean Sno. 2 player Lance Lumsden 6-0, 6-2, 6-1. Big Clark Graebner began the relentless domination of the spirited but outclassed British Caribbean squad Friday with a6-1, 7-5, 6-0 Victory Over Russell n the opening singles event. Ashe easily the outstanding performer of the three Day match followed with a Breezy 6-1, 6-1, 6-0 Triumph Over Luis Den. Lutz teamed with fellow Cali wornian Stan Smith in Satur Day s doubles Competition to score a solid 6-2, 6-3, 6-3 win Over Russell and Lumsden an make the remainder of the first round match . Team will make its next appearance in american zone Davis cup play against either Mexico or Canada Nberkeley calif., May 24-26. In completing the sweep Sun Day Lutz earned the description sensational from . Davis cup capt. Donald Dell who hinted that the Stocky West coast doubles Star May see More singles duty in forthcoming Davis cup displayed unerring accuracy at the net against Luis Den who had Little More than his crowd pleasing humor going for him. He broke the 27-year old jamaican s service eight Imes while losing his own serv be just once in the 55-minute of the time Lutz kept Amsden trapped Back at therase line but consistently passed him with Cross court placement when he advanced. Ashe s booming service and accurate placements were jus too much for Russell though their match was the closest in the series thus tall army lieutenant playing before a Hometown crowd of about 2,000, gave a indication of things to come when he reeled off four straight Point sin the first game driving rus sell deep to the Baseline with powerful net skimmers. He broke Russell s service inthe second game then ran out the set at 6-3. In the second set he broke Russell s service again in the first game but the Stern faced Jamaica hand Ashe his irates9 rally tips iils. 5-2 Kostro pm 1000 Harper if 2000 in Vullo of 2000 Lbrown us. 1000 Sleff it pah desc i i 1000 a Guiua p 4000 4010 4000 4120 a 0 0 0 s 1 2 j 00007 1 2 1 total 000 000 0 1 0 31 2 8 2 1001 1 0 x 2 i total Cleveland. 000 a soul Cert. Of Cleveland 1. Lob tii 7, cd Velund 8. 2bollva. So 8 Llu Nundus. Imi Rritt 8 jul a 2 up Bert i\v,a.21 we Lipiuma. 2 t-2.43. A 7.s88. H s 3 1 1 it Erbb so 1123 1113 1 1 5 0 1 3 Philadelphia up the Pittsburgh pirates routed Larry Jackson with four straight hit including a two run single by Gene Alley in the eighth inning sunday and beat the Philadel phia Phillies 5-2.Jackson had a six hitter through seven innings with Only two pirate putouts registered in the Jerry May started the uprising with a double an Pinch hitter Chuck Hiller beat out an infield single. Maury wills followed with a double scoring May with Hiller Stop Ping at third and then Alley singled Home two runs which gave the pirates a 3-2 Lead. The Victory went to Dav Wickersham who pitched his first inning of the season for the pirates in Relief of starter Luke Walker in the seventh. The pirates had lost two straight games to the Phillies in the ninth lock tripled Home cookie Rojas off Walker in the firsthand the Young Lethander was lifted after Tony Taylor and Rojas singled in the came on and Richie Allen hit a sacrifice Fly to score Taylor. Total 58 3 11 3 total 60 2 12 1 Cincinnati 000 001 010 000 000 13 lot Angele. 000 101 000 Coo 000 0 2 a vere Allea 2. Whitfield 2-. Haller. Do Cincinnati 1. Lob Cincinnati 10,los angles 13. 2b--Drysdale, , , Bench. , Parker Pinion. In h r Erbb so Pappada 7 5 2 1 1 3davidson 42-34 0 0 0 11-30 0 0kelso . Tl.2-4i t 2. 7. 1. 1 50. H 8 0 0 10 0 2 r or by so 214. 0 0 0 0 a -8,407. Foyt sets Mark in Yankee 250-mile race break of the match in the Sec Ond game. Russell lost his own service twice More As Ashe won the set 6-2 in Little More than 15 min utes play. Ashe s service became even More deadly in the final set a Drussell s grew More erratic As the British Caribbean Captai double faulted frequently. 4 teams reach second round in european zone London a four More Tennis teams Russia West Germany Belgium and Czecho Slovakia sunday advanced to the second round of the european zone of the Davis cup. These Are the matches scheduled for the second round so far Section a Britain is. Finland Russia is. Yugoslavia Italy is. Monaco Section b Bulgaria is. West Germany Belgium , Iran is. South Sweden Rhodesia match finally got started at a secret site i Sweden and the teams were tied 1-1 after the opening single matches. The meet was scheduled for Baastad but anti apartheid demonstrators sabotaged it by throwing Oil on the courts. The results were Given by Tele athletics a 3-2 Victory Over the Boston red sox. Campaneria hit his fifth Homer of the season off Gar Waslewski in the third inning following a walk to Rick monday and a Force out by Dobson As he helped tag the red sox wit their seventh loss in eight games. Dobson notching his second Victory against one loss had a no hitter for the first four inning but lost his shutout in the seventh on singles by Carl Yastrzemski Ken Harrelson and Rico Petrocelli sandwiched around two Force outs. The athletics added their final run in the fifth when Campaneria walked stole second and scored on Ramon Webster s , who collected three of the red sox seven hits hit his third Homer in three Days in the ninth run. For the final campy collects Oakland Boston a r h by a Minoru is 3 2 1 2 Tarui Bui a Jackson r 5010 Andrews 2 Kando 3d Vasu r i Indianapolis ind. A exan a. J. Foyt jr., turned in another of his patented dramatic Auto racing victories sunday winning the Yankee 1150-Milemock car event Over the Indian apus raceway Park Road course from a 27lh place Start. Foyt set a record of 80.715m p i. For Stock cars on the 15 turn course and won $3,950. The Houston Driver s Torino crossed the finish line about two Miles ahead of the second place Plymouth driven by 45-year-old Norm Nelson of Racine wis. Parnelli Jones of Torrance calif., last year s Winner Lethe first 50 Miles and then blew an engine in his Torino. Al in ser of Albuquerque . V to fastest qualifier saturday lost the engine in his Dodge Charger while leading at the Iso mile led briefly at 100 Miles on an Unser pit Stop and Wen ahead to stay when the new Mexico Driver s engine failed. Monday i t 4020 str ski if 4011 Smith i-t2010 Harrelson 11. 1010 Foy 3b 0000 port Oculi s. 4020 Gibson o 3000 r Jones Ali 3000 Wyatt p 4100 Lyu p Bel p Adair pm Howard c 1 0 u 0 4 0 ii 0 3010 4000 4231 4020 4 u 1 in 0 0 1000 0 0 ii 0 0 ii 0 0 0 i 0 0 1 u 0 0 o u u 1 ii i i phone to Riviera Tennis Corres Pendents by persons who identi-1 fied themselves As Davis cup organizers. The callers said the j identity of the private court would be kept secret so Aslo not i attract anti racist demonstrators. Oiler sunday scores or up a Spain 2, tie Netho Flarus 1 hailed by Ratel Fnu Anit i. Re Stupal 1 Rissia 4. Greece 1j Yugoslavia 4, new Jse Uland 0 july 4, Hungary 0, group Bulgaria 5, Turkey 0 it Germany 3, Switzerland 1 Belgium 3. Tola my 2 a innit 2 Iran 4, Israel 1 South Africa 5, Austria 0. Tuv-1 33 3 9 3 Vuil o.tkl.ind002 010 Boston. 000 000 e Intro Velh Andrews my Oakland 1, Boston 1. Beeton 5. 5b web stat. a us Baueris i5i. Hunt , to i 0 j 1 2 d a thu. In of Sou ,2-l. Waslowski il.2-2 Lamia Wyatt. Lyle Bell t-2 m. A 2y,4 h p. 1 6 1 i i 0 i u

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