European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives May 17 1968, Page 18

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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - May 17, 1968, Darmstadt, HesseThe stars and stripes Baltimore hammers bengals pc run homers As the Haiti re orioles snapped a seven 5 losing Streak with a 10-8victory Over Detroit in a free Iwin filing game of six Home runs3 be triples wednesday " f Owell slammed his first in Ning Homer his fifth off loser Denny Mclain who lost his Powell Mclain first game after five straight Complete game victories. Pow Ell drove in another run with an infield out in the Elrod Hendricks hit his first Homer in the secondhand Dave Johnson belted his third off reliever John Hiller inthe fifth for a 7-3 Lead. Motion hit his decisive Pinch Homer his third off Jon War Den the fifth Detroit Pitcher inthe eighth to wrap up the Oriole scoring. Mickey Stanley drove in four runs for Detroit with a two run Homer a single and a Force outland Norm Cash hit his first Homer in the sixth to pull Detroit within 7-6. Dick Mcauliffe hit a pair of triples and Al Kaline had theother three Bagger. Detroit scored twice in the ninth before Winner Eddie Watt 1-2, got the last out. Swinging affair Baltimore Detro Itab re by May of 2000 a Aulffo 2b Blair of 3000 Stanley of Johnson 2b 2311 Kaline of Blefary of 4220 Fruehan c for Robin if 3 i i i Whorton Powell in 4114 Cash in Broil non 3b 2 1 0 0 wort 3b he Dicks c 3 i 1 i Oyler is motion pm 1113 Brown Phi Ney 0 0000 Mclain p Baneer is 1000 Matli Cwa a Hardin p 1 o 1 0 Dobson p b chert p 1000 Hiller p Sci Ibern pm 1000 to Cenkl pm 1000 att p 1000 Cain p 0000 match sch pm 1000 Warden p 0000nurthrup pm 1000 Balti my ri0810 total 30 s10 0 Salt 312010 030-10.111 021 0028 i , Dobson a i " " to Detroit 3. Lob a setae 4 mcdacur�11 2b-pr-r�� ln8n.hendrlcka m " i Powell Cash Mcauliffe. A r h by 32215124 4110 40004110 41114110 3010 1110 0000 10000000 0000 Cash "7ff pm 1d-Tol i1on 3stanley 2 ,w8imotion 3. A Powell. Of Hardin re client Watt w.1.3 8ss l 5 Hiller Cai Warren ip3 4 32 1-3 22-3a 2 h he by so t-2 48. A20,358. Page 19ch Milwaukee up Pau Schaal singled Home two runs in the eighth inning wednesday night to Lead the California Angels to a 4-2 Victory and ruin the Chicago White sox first regular season appearance i Milwaukee. The crowd of 23,510 More than doubled any crowd the White sox have drawn i Chicago this season. Schaal s hit off Wilbur Wood scored Pinch runner Clyde Wright and Bobby Knoop an pinned the defeat on Relief Pitcher Bob locker. Starter Tommy John allowed Only two hits before being lifted for Pinch hitter after seven innings. Bob Rodgers opened thenagels eighth with a single off locker and Knoop followed witha double. Showers then interrupted the game for 29 minutes and when play resumed Wood relieved locker and walked Inch hitter Tom Satriano intentionally to Load the bases for Schaal. Angels Lethander George Brunei gained his fourth win in seven decisions scattering seven hits in As Many innings and allowing the sox their first run which came in the seventh. Bill Melton opened the so seventh with a single and Pinch runner Sandy Alomar was sacrificed to second. Alomar raced Home on a Texas league double by Luis Aparicio As left wot leaving Chicago insists White sox pm Chicago a the wide spread guessing that Chicago White sox attendance supposedly is slipping to the extent the club May skip to Milwaukee i just that to annoyed Pale Hose brass who claim their critics Are All wrong. General manager de Short getting More irked by the Day Over report being forced the Pale Hose Are to pull stakes be cause of a losing Battle against an alleged bad neighbourhood wednesday scoffed again at suggestions of a flight to Milwaukee. He reiterated recent state ments by sox brass that the club has not obtained or sought american league permission to move next year to the Wisconsin City and that Comiskey Park is not menaced by racial prob lems. Makes no difference questioned about the telecast ing for the first time of All 34sox night Home dates Short asserted when the weather Osgood and the club is going Well it makes no difference. If you lose a few fans to television re member you might be making lot of new additionally the Pale hos have nine Home night dates in Milwaukee which started with wednesday night s game with the California fact remains however that no other major league clubs offering All its Home night games on the big new York mets and new York Yankees Are the closest tothe White sox in offering night to on Home the mets telecasting 120 games Home and away com pared with 144 regular season Ames to be shown by the Whitefox have trimmed from 70 night telecasts last year to 55 this year. The Yankees Are telecast ing 113 games Over All. Big to contract the Crosstown rival Chicago cubs also have a full Home and away to program. However the cubs play strictly a daytime Home schedule. Thus the work ing fan s decision to watch the cubs on to or in person is limited mainly to weekends the White sox this season launched a Multi million Dollart contract with an Ultra High frequency station wild to for five years with option for live More years. The fee this year is an estimated $1 Spring hampered by poor weather As Well As a 10-Gamelosing Streak right off the Bat the sox have played five Day dates including two sundays before 37,068 paid. For four night dates they Drew 29,145. Short pointed out that the nine Date crowd total this Spring of 66,213 almost matches Las year s 67,730 for the first nine dates. We had every reason to expect Between 20,000 and 25,000 for opening Date but setting it Bank because of or. Martin Luther King s death Cost us some18,000," said Short. The one Day delayed opener Drew a feeble 7,-756. Bad weather and our bad Start did t entice anybody to come out to the Ball Park Short continued. About our neighbor continued on Page 22 fielder Rick Reichardt barely missed a shoestring catch. Tom Mccraw homered in the ninth for the White sox second run. The Angels scored their first run in the second inning when Reichardt was hit by a pitch stole second moved to third on a balk and came Home on Rodgers single. The Angels scored their final run in the ninth on Chuck Hinton s third Home run of the year. Red sox whip senators 6-4, As Lyle preserves Santiago s Victory in 9th Boston a Al Sparky Lyle rescued Jose Santiago in the ninth inning and preserved a6-4 Victory for Boston Over the Washington senators wednes Day. Santiago rocked for three runs in the first inning settled Down after that and gave unjust three More hits until the ninth when Frank Coggins Dou bled with two out. Bernie Allen then singled cog gins Home and Lyle replaced Santiago. The reliever ended the game by striking out Del Unser. The senators took a 3-0 Lead inthe first when Frank Howard belted his 12th Homer and fifth in three games with one on and Ken Mcmullen followed with his sixth. But Boston quickly came by Joe Foy and Carl Yastrzemski a ground out an another single by Ken Harrelson produced two runs in the Redfox first inning and they tied it in the second on Santiago s Dou ble and Mike Andrews single. Reggie Smith doubled leading Britain adds Sangster London a Mike Sang Ster Britain s number one Lawn Tennis player has been named this country s Davis cup team for the european zone second round match against Finland in London May 23-25. Sangster missed the first round match against France because of business commit ments Mlls penguins in the red to Burgh up fim v1 8 pc Suins in theirse Rass is to meet the break official Cost opening or club pros is a state to the opera without including expenses which he described ass t a r t i n g Mcgregor declined to Esti mate the loss but he mentioned the penguins averaged 7,000 paid ans at each of their 37 Home games2,000 under the figure needed to meet operating expenses. He pointed out that the Civ Carena Here is scaled lower Price Wise than any of the other11 buildings where nil teams play. Tickets last year sold at ?5, $4 and $3.50, but Mcgregor said it was More than Likely admissions will be raised next season. The penguins top Price is the lowest among the six expansion teams although Philadelphia and St. Louis sell $2 tickets. Off the sixth and George Scott who began the game hitting .118 and flied out in his first two trips singled up the Middle off starter and loser Dick bosnian to drive Smith Home. The red sox picked up two More runs in the seventh on a double error by shortstop Ron Hansen a fielder s Choice a sacrifice Fly by Andrews and double by Foy. Help for Jose Washington a r h by Boston Unser of Bowens of Howard if Mcmully 3b Hansen is Casanova c Epstein in Coggins 2b bosnian is Trout pm Higgins p Sjones p Balion pm 500 0 Andrews 2b3110 Foy 3b 4122 Ystrom ski if 3111 Smith of 4000 Harrelson a 4000 Scott in 4000 adar is 4120 Petrolli is 1000 Gibson c 1000 Santiago p 0000 Lyle p0000 1011 a r h by 3012 4121 3110 4111 4011 4021 3010 1000 4110 2210 0000 total 34 4 7 4 Toi in a h 11 6 Washington 300 000 001 4 Boston 210 001 2 0 x 6 a Santiago Hansen 2. Do Washington 1, Boston 1. Lob Washington 6, Boston 5. 2b--Santiago, , Coggins 2, Foy. , Scott. 12mcmullen 16 is Miayo. Of Andrews. In h r Erbb so Busman ,0-4 6 9 4 4 0 0 Higgins 1-31 2 1 0 0 12-31 0 0 1 1santiago iw.5-1s 2-3 7 4 4 3 s Lyle 1-30 0 0 0 1 up Sunti ibo 2. T-2 20. A-10.d53. Spurs big first half topples cougars 4-1 Kansas City a the Kansas City spurs exploded for four first half goals and went onto defeat the Detroit cougars 4-1 wednesday night in a North american soccer league game before 10,362. Manfred Rummel scored the first two goals for the spurs with Eric Barber and Wolfgang lock winding up the scoring. Detroit s Lone tally came after time ran out in the second half on a penalty shot by Roy Cheet Ham. Paul Schaa winning hit Good crowd Californi Aab r h a Chicago Schaal 3b Repoz of Fregoso is Reichardt i hint on it muncher in Rodgers Cwright or Mcglothin Knoop 2b Brunei Satriano c 4012 40004000 3100 4121 3000 3021 0100 1000 3110 2 00 00000 Aparicio ssh Oss of Ward if Josephson Berry of Mccravv i Melton 31 Alomar or locker p Wood p Snyder a i Cullen -2b John p Bratu oru a r h a 4021 40004020 3000 4000 4 1 1 302 0 1 0 0 0000 00001 0 0 0 30002010 2 0 0 0 total 31 4 to 4 total 34 2 s 2 California 010000 0214 Chicago 000 000 1012 do Chicago 2. Lob California 3, Chicago 7. 2bhir.ton, Aparicio 3mccraw i2. So Reichardt. Melton. A Cullen. Brunei w.4-3 Mcglothin John locker l.2-2 Wood hip John r2 18. A23.310. In i. 7. 2. 7. 0 2 reichardts r ebb so 1115 0 1 late flurry helps Jones earn standoff Miami Beach up Southpaw heavyweight Al Jones landed some heavy punches inthe last two minutes to earn a draw against Zora Folley in a10-round bout tuesday night. Jones 227 ibs., the number two Man in manager Angelo Dundee s heavyweight stable slammed a left Hook into the Veteran Folley s nose in the 10thround to step into the draw. Jones had won 22 straight fights going into the bout 14 by knockouts. He lost Only the fistfight of his professional career. Folley 212 1-4 ibs., making his 91st Start used his technique to perfection staying close in on the heavier Jones. Folley scored More often an stronger As they closed and broke from the clinches. Chess whizzes tie Amsterdam up Samue Reshevsky of the United states and Viktor Korchnoy of the soviet Union agreed to a draw wednesday after 40 moves in the fifth game of their chess world championships quarterfinal is now leading 3.5-1.5

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