European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Sep 1 1968, Page 15

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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - September 1, 1968, Darmstadt, HesseSunday september 1,1968 the stars and stripes Page 17 Scot Gal Oasis Eisel 111 open net meet Forest Hills . A australian John Newcomb and americans Marty Riessen and Clark Graebner led a solid Advance of seeded men into the second round Friday and it remained for a plucky Little Scot girl Joyce Williams to provide the upset excitement of the . Open Tennis championships. Mrs. Williams 23, wife of a English soccer writer brought the results h1li-8. N v Rulla Friday in i u. 8. Open Tennis Champoli Alili men s singles Julio Fillol Chile Ili Laulet dim Hov Cit Britain 8-4. 8-1, t-0 Vic Sext to. Villa nov to Livla 11-0, 4-4. �-3. Ft-4.dan o Bryant Salt Nal ten., Defeated Paul Crane. New York. To a Tuero. Stein Lyle. . Mary Nancy Reed . My. C j. Kiang Vic. Moult tonne Nan river0-0. N j4-1. Rot Mouw South Africa won Over Leloora Frau Tolou us Walc Bra Nln. To Chi to l sir Shanle a dim loll Lywood r h h j 1 1 o4000 5 1 3 1 Robinsn 3b 4 0 0 0 Cain ibo Mircia c 2000 or har Rick Barry. Ready to play Superior court judge ruled Friday. 3111 2211barrv said he was Happy with at. So o o a sex 3210 j i is 2000 Vior is 0 u u 0the decision and ready to play i of Mayac or 1 0 0 0 Wert Job 0 2 i have always fell my g j up oooo1 r decision to join the Oaks was i Var ii c pm i o o o the right one. Both from a Legal Morr u p o o o o Point of View and from my own Mph a o o desires on what i Felt was Best. " for my career. The decision by total 31141 Rota Carpeneti. I feel clearly Baltimore Coo 001 too � Thi " Detroit 0350000tx_�jvawwvi a ��113. I 1. Lot Bil Timoff 4.kept in shap4? Ivi Roit 7. Zub Sondrup. Casic. Kreh a. Missing a year of Basket Ball la Penn and. ii. But Ord was unfortunate but it won t 14 san up h r Erbb so affect my career. I have been h3i3. J 1-3 s e a 2working out and will be ready 2 a 4 2 2 3 i to go when 1 can join coach a a 3 i i o Alex Hannum and the squad on. In on in 12-111 .9 4 i i i s hip a not a v a sept. 30. Barry played two seasons the warriors. He was no judge Walter Carpeneti said Rookie of the year in 1965-66 and Barry had fulfilled the of the league s top scorer the next season. But he signed a three year $75,000 annual contract with Oakland in june 1967. The 6-7 Forward was re strained from playing for the Tion clause of his contract with the san Francisco warriors of the rival National basketball association by sit Ting out last season. The judge said the loss of Seaver throttles cards for mets new York up rapid firing Tom Seaver pitched perfect Ball for seven innings and Art Shumsky capped a six run fifth inning with a grand slum Homer Friday night As the new York met scored an 8-2 Victory Over the St. Louis cardinals. The 33-year-old Seaver battling to become the first Pitcher in met history to toss a no hitter naw his dream shuttered when Orlando Cepeda a to off the eighth inning with a double to right Center Shannon followed with another two base hit to break new York s scoreless skein Over the cards at 27 innings. After a wild pitch Pinch hitter Johnny Edwards scored Shannon with a sacrifice Fly. Lou Brock singled in the ninth for the cardinals third hit of the mets batted around in the fifth inning As the cardinals committed two errors Ami Nelson Briles had five unearned runs scored against Grote singled to Start the inning and Jerry Buchek reached first when Roger Marls dropped his Fly to right. Server sacrificed but All hands were Safe when Briles throw pulled Cepeda off first Herrelson then singled Home two runs and Larry Suhl was Given an intentional walk Tofill the bases. Shamsky then drove the Ball Over the 358-foot j v Oaks last season when Superior court judge upheld the Aba s option clause. Barry sat out the year. Mieuli and the warriors file suit contending Barry had to play out his option rather than a it san Francisco also asked for $812.000 damage for the loss of he club s top Gate said he did not have the Power to Grant damages to the warriors. But he said if a appellate court overruled him and ordered damages the warriors should receive $356.000. Cycle selected for olympics Pasadena Calif. A tandem cyclists Jack Disney and Chuck Pranke have won the right to represent the United states at the Mexico City olym Pic Gomes. Disney 38, of Monrovia. Cal-if., and Pranke 31, of Santa Monica now go on to some his Altitude training and then Mexico City. Disney competed in Cut Liny atthe olympic games in 1936 and 1964. In 1960, he concentrated unmaking the . Winter team As a Speed skater but failed. Texan wins Canada pin title Montreal up Skee Foremsky of Elpaso tex., Rule the judge said he set the figure As King of the Canadian Kegler so the Money aspects of the Case i and went Home $3 000 Richer of a would not have to be Reisrud in Ter winning the Canadian bowl i Case of a reversal. Ing association open Here

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