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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - September 3, 1968, Darmstadt, Hesse, stjrimbf3, the stars and stripes Page 19 tops giants on liter. 3-2 san Francisco a Bill Singer fired a five hotter and pitched the los to a 3-2 Victory Over the san Francisco giants Sun , who retired 18 consecutive batters fell behind in the second inning when Jim Hart hammered his 21st Home run forthe giants. Hart s sacrifice Fly Phillies Down Redlegs in 9th on Pena s hit Philadelphia up Roberto Pena s two out single scored Gary Sutherland with the winning run in the Bottom of the ninth to give the Philadelphia Phillies a 4-3 Victory Over the Cincinnati reds Abernathy came in to pitch the ninth inning after the reds tied the game 3-3 on Johnny Bench s two run Home with two out. But then Sutherland double with two out in the last of the ninth and Pena followed with his game winning single. The Victory went to Rookie Gerry Johnson who pitched his first Complete game in the majors. Gerry & Gary drove in the giants final run inthe ninth. Bart Shirley walked to Ope the fourth inning for the Dodg ers and Willie Davis followed with a double. With one out Jim Lefebvre singled off Pitcher Ray Hadocki s log and Shirley scored when Sadecky threw wildly int Center Field trying to trap Dav Bailey then lofted a Sacri fice Fly to right scoring Davis with the go ahead run. The dodgers added a run inthe eighth on Shirley s walk and Ken Beyer s triple. 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Bill Mazeroski s two run single with two out scored the tying Jimenez tagged a two run Pinch Homer in the seventh for the pirates his first Horae run of the year. Thei braves had rushed with Tito Felix Francona Joe Millan contrib two passes to flanker fre Biletnikoff the Walior was 28 Yards and a touchdown from Lem Daniels featured the Hird Quarter minutes later Daryle Lamonica passed 18 Yards to Billy Cannon who Wen 35 More to a Alexander gave the 49ers Brief Hope when he re turned a punt 57 Yards to a fourth Quarter 49ers second touchdown came As Rookie Dwiht ixe of Michigan state plunged one Yard after Jim Johnson intercepted a Lamonica pass in the second raiders second Quarter scores were a a Lamonica Pashto Hewitt Dixon for 36 Yards and on Dixon s seven Yard plunge after Oakland was Given the Ball on the seven on Alexander Spass interference Penally. Oakland 1 i a san Kran Teto 6 6 master lost to the cubs for the 12th time in his career against Only four wins. 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Playing catch up football much of the night Minnesota had gone ahead moments ear Lier when safety Man Karl Kas Sulke intercepted a Johnson passand flashed 44 Yards for a in the closing seconds quarterback Joe Kapp passe the Vikings to the cardinals 10 where the gun sounded before they could line up to try for tying Field giving Way to Johnson in the third period Hart completed 11 of 14 passes for 150 Yards and two Minnesota mistakes in the first half were costly for the Vikings. An offsides on a Field Oal try by Jim Bakken gave he cardinals a first Down at the 3 and on the first play Harthrew a touchdown pass to Ackie five minutes later Safe y Mike Barnes intercepted a App pass and raced 38 Yards to Washington caught two touchdown passes from for five Yards and the other or 50. Minnesota. ? 0 14 7 2sst. U i. 014 7 10 Al Minn Wai Hsuin 5 a from Oak Dixon Oak a Tori 7 rain to of Bee 1 run if. Oak b Eniko 2s i id for. Pays from i Pinr Oak Cannon 53 of Aiex Anrita . 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A James Dietz and Tom Mckibbon National singles Cham pions combined sunday to win the featured double skulls heating the . Olympic rowing Wals , National and associations Buist and Pun a tonal Spring Champion won their event in 7 01.5, beating the Oyster Bay rowing association of Long Island n.y., by six Sec and Mckibbon advanced into monday s finals along with other winners saturday and sunday to determine i s. Olym Pic competitors. Odom a s Knock off California Anaheim a Reggie Jackson and Sal Tamlo each hit two run homers sunday helping Oakland defeat the California Angels 5-2.Jackson s Homer his 26th of the season followed a walk twinning Pitcher John Blue Moon Odom and triggered four run rally in the sixth inning against Clyde Wright 8-5.a single by Danny Cater and Bando s ninth Homer o the year climaxed the rally driving Wright to the Segui choked off a two run Angel rally in the sixth in Ning to save the Victory for Odom 13-9. Jim Fregosi double Home one California run and the other scored on a single by do Mincher. Bando scored the a s first Runin the fifth inning. He doubled and scored from third on a wild pitch. Danny Cater had four hits for the a s. Stirring sixth Oak Landall r h lit pm Peru s 0 0 0 Jav Sun cd Cater ibo Uulu in or Riiber red Uloan c Kiuru Kuo Tulay of California. T i Tom r i of j 1a i 1 3 5 Fregosi a \ j i 6140 Wii ulu rib 4011 6222 Reiziz re j 0 1 0ft 0 0 0 sri ii o 4 o t u 4020 Knoop to. O 0 u 3000 i a Plait a 0 0 0 1000 Collier 3 i 0 1 04000 nor in v t p � \ 0 1110 Lucki p u i u u 1 to q 0 Uvira Tajii v ii i u Whai i. V " l d Hiti Loi t i 1 11 ii 0 Titus it j 1 4 Tou Oakland 00001 000-5 000 00 j 000 i la Lul 10, cited in ?.k u i i. �.-. Of Tofu. Bautin i a i us. A Vii a a 10 3 it 1j i u o 0 1 w Harr i n i 1 l " we Uit to jul 2. T a

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