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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - September 8, 1968, Darmstadt, HessePage 18 the stars and stripes sunday 8�pl�mb�r 8, Gabriel hot rams hold s.f., win 21 to 20 los Angeles a quarterback roman Gabriel fired three touchdown strikes in the first half Friday night and the powerful ram defense made it hold up for a 21-20 exhibition Victory Over the san francisco49ers. The rams took a 21-7 Lead atthe half and were blanked in the last two periods As the 49ersquarterback, John Brodie ral lied his forces for two Fiel goals and a touchdown. A crowd of 48,143 was on hand. The Victory gave los an Geles a 4-2 preseason record 1-5 As both teams closed the summer season. Casey fools old mate Gabriel opened the scoring Midway in the first Quarter witha 63-Yard scoring pass to ex-49er end Bernie Casey and followed soon after with a 23-yarder to Dick put san Francisco on the Board with a brilliantly executed 77-Yard pass play to Clif ton Mcneil playing his firs game for san Francisco after being acquired from the Cleve land Browns. Casey took his second scoring throw from Gabriel from 14 Yards out near the end of the second Quarter. Bruce Gossett kicked the ram extra Points. In the second half Brodi drove in the 49ers 70 and 60 Yards on marches but they had to Settle for Field goals by Tom my Davis from 11 and 10 Yards out. San Francisco los Angeles la Casey 53 pass from sett kick la Bass 23 pass from sett kick of Mcneil 77 pass from kick la Casey 14 pass from sett kick of of Davis 11 of of Davis 10sfwlllard 1 run Davis a48,143. 073 1020 14 7 0 021gabriel Goa Gabrie los Broglie Davis Gabriel oos kick record runners Dave Buck left beats Bill Toomey to he tape to set a world decathlon record of 46.3 seconds inthe 400-meter run at the olympic death Ion trials in South Lake Tahoe holds the existing Mark. A 49ers Trade Veteran for future draft pick san Francisco up Thesan Francisco 49ers announced Friday the trading of Veteran tackle Walt Rock to the Washington redskins for that club Sno. 1 draft Choice in 1970. Rock who played five year for the 49ers and was one of their Best linemen refused to report to the club this summer because of business commit ments in Maryland. He asked the 49ers to Trad him to either the redskins or Baltimore Colts so that he could be close to his business interests. Rock was a starting tackle forthe 49ers for four of the five years he played for them an was named to the pro bowl after the 1965 season. He was born in Elyria Ohio but moved to it after completing his collegiate career. Riot Mars new York fight card new York a Alfons Frazer of Panama won a unanimous decision Over Ernes Oortega of puerto Rico at the National maritime Union Hal Friday night after a minor riot broke out following the semifinal. Fists fights erupted an chairs and bottles were thrown before police were called an quieted the crowd of 1,562 after Enrique finder 120, Panama Defeated Carlos Zayas 116, puerto Rico in an eight round unanimous decision. Four spectators were give first Aid but no serious injuries or arrests were reported. Pin Der ran his record to 13-0. Frazer 14-3-1, and Ortega 18-4,each weighed 140 pounds. There was no trouble after their bout. 18 volleyball entrants in olympic trials Santa Monica Calif. A the . Olympic volleyball committee has decided to Takeall 18 candidates for further drills at South Lake Tahoe,Calif., where the team will be selected in september. The selections will be made Ina round Robin series Here Satur Day night. Instead an Intra squad exhibition was scheduled. The women s team is scheduled to be selected in nearby Long Beach monday night. Al Roundup Chison tip slipping o s on Bradford or in 11th by United press International buddy Bradford s Ladof Homer in the Lith inning Chi Cago s third Homer of the game lifted the White sox to a 3-2 Triumph Friday Over the slumping Baltimore orioles. Bradford s Homer came off re Liever Pete Richert and dropped the orioles nine games behind the Detroit tigers in the dying american league Pennant Mcnertney and Pete Ward also homered for the Whiteson who tagged the orioles with their sixth loss in the last 10games. John Odom hurled a six hitter and his teammates pounded out 14 hits As the Oakland athletic crushed the Cleveland indians 7-0.andy Messersmith making his first major league Start Pitche Whitless Ball for 6 1-3 innings and settled for a two hitter while hurling the California Angels to a 4-0 Victory Over the Boston Redfox. Joe Foy spoiled Messersmith said for a no hitter with a Bloop single to Center in the seventh and Mike Andrews added a sin Gle in the eighth As the 23-year-old right hander boosted his sea son record to 3-0.roger Repoz two run single in the third inning provided Messersmith with enough runs and pinned the loss on Jim s game at new York was postponed because Ofrain. 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New rules established when Days of Choppy water forced postponement of the race ear Lier this year provide for qualification of All boats on hand Atrace time sunday which Are Ca Pable of 3 100-, until the Gold cup race sunday Are for purses valued at$500 for the top showing $300 for the second Best and $200 Forno. 3. Second in the Friday runs Vas miss notre Dame piloted by Leif bore son with a Lap Speed of 106.719 . Third went to Gale s rooster Tail of Detroit driven by Jerry Schoenith at j02.857 .other boats which hit the water were Smirnoff of Detroit Eagle electric of Spokane wash., miss Madison of Madi son ind. Atlas Van lines of Detroit Savair Mist of Detroit Savair probe of Detroit and Harrah s club of Lake Tahoe Nev. Hor Lenwood Wilhelm locker har Labunker Richert w.s-4 l.e-3 632-3 1 1-3 to s i 0 0t 0t pm Mcnertney 2. T8 10. A 7,130. 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Former Southern Californi astar Dave Buck set a decathlon record for 400 meters when hedged Toomey in 46. \. Toomey set the 46.8 record to year Sago. The other five events will Viive pm. An. To Tow sudden . Trilok Oan , w 3rd heat a. W Hodge to in. 8, Jett Bonnet. 1ui, Jett a Muter. . 780 4. J Warlow attn u.8. Tan i i Toomey. 236 j-4 , t8. I a 7w. 7. Buck. 82-0 6 .83tuba Auter m-4 la 6,88. 782. 9, j pm 710. 10, Hodge. K-3774. A Melu old. We 1-2. Bomb tip to a. 743shot puts 1, Hodge. My � " a ddts 47-1 1-4 14.36 by Nuter. 47-0 a4.83. 748 4mm 18.mto. �. Blon. 4f. B 7�. Miff met 43-83-4 of � Jonaton. 4 1 1-4 1314. Warkentin 48-10 3-4 1307. T3m 3-4 18.06. 603. 10. Bomben r. 4 1109603. A Bennett. 38 3 670. 13, Thorenton 87-6 t-2

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