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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - May 19, 1968, Darmstadt, HesseSunday Moy 19 the stars and stripes flipped by bucs hurler Baum older Germany special ban Warner tossed the first no hitter of the Usa eur baseball season Here saturday Ashe 3rd brigade bucs downed the div arty Redlegs 7-0, in an 8thdiv league contest. Warner fanned five and walked Only two in the seven inning game As his teammates jumped on Andy Jenkins and Jim Cleary for five runs in the top of the first inning to provide him with More than enough margin for the win. Charles Maley provided the big punch for the bucs in the first with a Long double to left Fiel that accounted for two of the winners runs. The bucs Are now 3-2 in league Competition while the loss for the Redlegs was their fourth in a Many outings. 3rd brigade 511 000 07 4 1 div arty 000 000 00 0 8 Warner and Hunter Jenkins Cleary 1 and Lull. Page 21 tankers Roll by rangers Goeppinger Germany Spe Cial wiping out a 14-6 deficit the 4th army div Tanker scored eight runs in the seventh and two More in the eighth to de feat seventh army training Cen Ter s rangers 16-14, in a free scoring 4th army div league contest Here. The Victory gives the tankers a2-0 Lead to protect their league Lead while the rangers Cham pions last year dropped their opener. Jim Davis singled in the tie breaking run in the eighth and Al i York singled in an insurance tally breaking a 14-14 tie. T the winners exploded for eight in the seventh on singles by Ray Sakiewicz Bud Johnson York John Tomazin and Charles Camp Bell the latter for two runs plus three bases on balls and a pair of fielder s choices. The generosity of Tanker starter Jim Kalk helped the rangers Start with seven runs. After a opening single by Bob Beasley Valk passed seven straight Bat ters before being Derrickes in favor of Duane Clark who got the Side out but not before Ron John son s single plated the final two runs for the visitors. Charles Campbell topped the three 13"single attack with a . Old 702 200 30014 8 4 302 010 82x16 13 4 Hoswell 7 and Trebor Kalk 1palud no 7 and Davis. A Cj-0. A Boswell 0-1 Smith sets Marie Luling r wins three warriors hadies cop track titles vat. Vat w a mfg Lar w-4m _ _ by Bob Wicker staff write Nuernberg Germany is the Wiesbaden warriors place second in the 1,600-meter relay the final event of the Day an moved up from third place to win the 1968 us Desea class a track and Field championship in thrill ing fashion Here warriors shared the spot Light on this cold wet Day with Frankfurt s Bernie Smith who set the Only record of the meet with a 22-71/2 Long jump and de Latimer who won three events and placed second in another to give upper Heyford s hadies the class b s second place four Points for finish behind Mannheim in the 1600 gave coach Jim Elliott s thin class 38 Point Sand a one Point win Over the Lud Wissburg stallions who did no qualify for the relay and had 37 Points posted for the other 15events. Frankfurt finished three Point behind the warriors but Joe tur Ner s defending champs appeared to have gained a share of the title with a third place finish in the final event. But an out of the Lane Baton pass was called when John Johnson handed off to Erik Shamni for the final leg and the eagles were disqualified giving the warriors sole Possession of the class a trophy. The eagles had lost their favor Ite 800-meter relay team on a similar disqualification in Fri Day s preliminaries. Jim Randby ran a Fine Anchor leg in the 1,600, finishing Only a couple Yards behind Mannheim Ace George Fifield to give the Sis a -3fc.r i ..-.---. Ass upper Ilc Ford triple Winner de Latimer. Gets Quick Start in 200-meter dash which won by a step prep track results preliminaries top two in each heat qualify for finals 100 meters first heat 1-chrisbrad.slmw, Frankfurt 2-Ed Holloway Munich 3-Ray Tyler London 4-Maniicl col Lins Seville 5-qury grooms baumholder.11.1. 100 meters second heat 1-bd la timer upper Heyford 2-Bcrnle Smith Frankfurt 3-Phil Spottwood ludwigs Burg 4-Roland Tanner Lakenheath a John Morgan Seville. 11.0. 100 meters third heat 1-Derron Patterson Naples 2-Ralph Carson mad rid 3-Greg Granderson Augsburg 4-Bill Jones Lakin Heath. 11.3. Top three in each heat qualify for finals 200 meters first heat 1-Lutlmer 2-Biadahaw, 3-Patterson 4-Jay Spindler Lutts Luxburg 5-Tyler. 22.8. Brunstad s Long Homer gives Sembach split with flyers h.? Germany special who fanned four and did t walk Hal Brunstad s 500-foot Homer eth a Man on gave Sembach a a Al by Ana a split of Sature is is be Germany conferee double header with wies after Bob Parker s four or 628ave the flyers the lock tri8ftdt broken 8 8bv in i the b t Ottom of a eighth s iffy James Jennies a ape measure blast to bal walk to Mark Metz wit bases full forced in Parker anyone in going the route wit the winning run in the opener. First game seven inning we Baden. 002 018 1 10 0 Simbach. 200 000 0 2 4 1parker and a loads Hisiu by Lolo 7 and Bize More. A Parker 1-0. 1. Hunsey 0-2. Or Wiesbaden Bennett 1 Bern Bach Jon Nanys 1. Second game Wiesbaden. 001 302 110 812 3 Sembach. 330 000 22x 10 14 5jennings, Harris 1broun 8 and Rhoads Bosch pier 5hicks 7 and Alzemore. A Hicks 1-0. L Harris ill. Wiesbaden Wendi Iuston u Sembach Hru Stuut Spain l of meters second Leati 1-Spotts-Wood i Doug Jones Wie Bailen a car son 4-.iack Seliquini Munich 5-Fred col Lins Frankfurt. 2i.8. Top three in each heat qualify for finals 400 Mutkus first heat 1-d. Jones 2-Jim Randly Wiesbaden 3-Georke i fled Mannheim 4-Jay Spindler ludwigs Bui i 5-Steve Daws i Ike Heath. 52.5. 400 meters second heat 1-Steve Daly Berlin 2-Patterson 3-Seliquini 4-Lloyd Letcher Wiesbaden 5-Carson. 62.5. Top three in each heat qualify for finals 800 meters first heat 1-Tom Sciull hell Clec in 2-Chucu Hutzler Wiesbaden 3-Erk to Liam Frankfurt 4-Steve sex ton Naples a Kroc Carter London. 2 09.9. 800 meters second heat 1-Mlkoellis, Ludwiga Bure 2-Rulph Schmehl Madrid 3-8teve Ford Helde Berk 4-Hanu Julian Frankfurt 5-Craig Woodward upper Heyford. 3 00.8. Top three in each heat qualify for finals 120-Yard High hurdles 1-Mlko Porter Ludw Leaburg 2-John Wood 3 Blake Richardson Kaiserslautern 4-Davc Garner Heidelberg 5-Vincent Benton bit Burg. 15.&.120-Yard High hurdles second heat i 1-Ai Giles liken Heath 2-Steva Hur Tel Munich 3-Mlke Wilson Wiesbaden 4-Rhh Whitcomb Naples 5-Wayne Smith London. 15. It top three in each heat qualify for finals 800-meter relay first heat 1-Lakenheath Bill Jones Steve Daws Tan Ner Giles 2-Karlsrulie a Kaiserslautern 4-Sevllle Frankfurt Disua Alicd. 1 35.7 Soo meter relay second heat 1-Ludwigsburk juy Spindler Bert flan Ncry Chuck Slaughter Spott Swobodi 2 Wiesha Dun 3-Heiaclbufg a o n d o in Livon o. 1 33.6. Top three in each heat qualify for finals la Hal meter relay first heat 1-Mannhelm Boh Barnes Carlos Tala Niante Gary Fields Fifield 2-Wiesba Don 3-Frankturt 4-Sevllle 6-londun.3 38.0. relay second heat 1-Munlch Bruce Dickinson , Hollo Way Seliquini 2-Berlin 3-Heidelber 4 Liduino 5-Ul�K or a Cofoid. 3 3ti,. Finals100 meters a Latimer 2-bradsh�w 3-Sinith 4-Patterson 5-Holloway. 10.9.00 mktkrs1-Latimer 2-Spotts\vood, Ludvik Riberi 3-Bradshaw 4-Carson 6-d. Jones. 22.s. 400 meters1-d. Jones 2-Fifield 3 Daly 4-Randby 5-Seliqulnt. 51.1. Soo meters1-thamm 2-Schmclil 3-hut7ler 4-Ellis a Shull 1 59.1. 1,500 meters1-Ellfs 2-Steve Ford Heidelberg 3-Art Uresti Seville 1-Oave Caughey Frankfurt 5-Jim Lambert Livorno. 4 13.0. 3,200 meters1-Lloyd Chase kaisers lantern 2-Barnes, 3-Drew Sledge Lud War Surg 4-Mike Hatfield Wiesbaden a Rich Napier Ludwig Burk. 10 11.1. 120-Yaro High hurdles1-Glies 2 Porter 3-Wood 4-Ricliardson 5-Llar-Tel. Lfi.0. Iso Yard Low hurdles1-Gilos 2 Porter 4-Garner 5-flan Nery. 20.6.s k1-Metkr rrlay1-Ludwipshurc 2 wit Sli Avlon 3-Lakenheath 4-karl.srunc 5 Kaiserslautern. 1 33.2. 1,� 0-Mktkr relay1-mannlie.im 2 wies Nilen 3-Berlin, 4-Municji 5-Heldel berth. 3 a. Len jump1-Smith 2-Latlmer 3 Ross Wright 4-Foster Fountain Heidelberg a John Lei i etl London. "2-7 i. Triple jump a Latimer 2-Smtth 3 jury Turner Baum older 4-Lebgett 5-oile.s. 43-3l,i. H1oh jump1-Granderson 2-g-Orfe i ii Tiitu. Rota 3-Mike Cli Aiu a Berlin 4 Hartel 5-Oarletou Maddox Livorsi. 5-10. Polk vault 1-Chaney 2-Blll Jol a Iwon Frankfurt 3-Bob Taylor Frankfurt j 1-Luiu ii Soronson ludwigs Bur 5-Bill Park . 11-3. Shot put a Ted Wilkerson wies Linden 2-Dave Goehring Wie Ibadan 3 Cliris sch up Karlsruhe 4-Rojer Jack son. Viiu Inhelder a Mark Landon Lud Wiks Buri. 47-7si. Discus a Wilkerson 2-Jackson 3 Brut e Bell Rota 4-Willie Pope ludwigs Bura 5-Roter slut to Mannheim. J33-10 warriors the Points they needed to upset the Southern regional Champion Ted Wilkerson got the warriors off on the right foot by winning the shot put with a 47-7% toss and the discus with a 133-10effort. Dave Goering added a second place in the shot put and after these first two events the Northern regional runners were off to a flying 16-Point Start with scoring on a 6-4-3-2-1 Jones narrow Victory Over Fifield in the 400 meters accounted for the Only other War rior first place s record setting Long jump bettered by two inches Theu Desea Standard set last year by Phil Lebourveau of Laken Heath. The three sport Letterman from Frankfurt placed second inthe triple jump and third in the 100 meters to account for 13 of the eagles Points. The top individual Point getter was the pint sized Latimer who won the 100 in 10.9. Took the 200in 22.8 and the triple jump with a 43-32 Effort. He also came i second behind Smith in the Long jump giving him 22 Points allow class b Champion upper hey Ford s total placed upper Heyford fourth in the combined standings of the 22 class a and b schools in the , led by double win Ner Al Giles was fifth with 16points followed by Mannheim Berlin and Kaiserslautern with15 apiece. Mannheim and Berlin shared second place in the class division. The running of the . Boys Giles and Latimer played an important part in Wiesbaden slim Victory because ludwigs Burg s Ace hurdler Mike Porte was Only one tenth of a second behind Giles 15.0 clocking in the120-Yard highs and 20.7 in the 180 lows. And the stallions Phi Spottswood was Only one tenth of a second behind Latimer in the200 meters. Ludwigs Burg s first place rib Bon came in the 1,500 meters on a 4 13.0 win by Mike Ellis and inthe 800-meter relay where the foursome of Spottswood. Jay Spindler Bert Flannery and Chuck Slaughter beat out wies Baden with a time of 1 33.2. The other winners were Frank Furt s Erik thamm in the 800 me ters 1 59.4. Augsburg s Gre Granderson in the High jump 5-10berlin s Mike Chaney inthe pole vault 11-3 and Kaiserslautern s Lloyd Chase in the 3,200meters 10 11.1. Chase s time on the slow trackway Well off his us Desea rec Ord of 9 53.1. He still outclassed the Field with Bob Barnes of Mannheim second in the gruelling race at 10 27.4 and Drew Sledge of ludwigs Burg third at 10 31.6. Wild pitch helps jets nip Hill toppers 10-9 z w e i b r u e c k e a Ger Many special reliever Tom Hawkins wild pitch scored George Polo with the winning run in the Bottom of the ninth Cli maxing a four Man rally that gave we Bruecken a 10-9 Victory Over Taurus District in a com z league contest Here jets put together singles by de Reiner Mike Mack Joh Lindeman and Polo plus Mike of a the winning the Hill toppers had scored seven in the top of the ninth on five hits a hit batsman and two walks starter Rich Mcguire and Winner Dennis Davidson. 000 200 0079 11 100 020 304 10 17 Taurus District Gayle hit Sci Eiber Isi Jav Kina 9 and Hawkins. Solnin a Avidson i and Moon. D-0. L i

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