Pacific Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Jul 4 1967, Page 18

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Pacific Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - July 4, 1967, Tokyo, Japan. Foiled Boston Andrews 2b Foy 3b str ski if a r h a 4000 3111 4000 con Glaro of 3000 scoff in 3100 Adair is 4000 Smith of 2010 Ryan c 3011 Wasowski p 2000 Walt p 0000 Kansas City a r h by cup nerds is 3 0 0 0 hers hgr of 3 1 1 0 Donaldson 2b 4010 monday of Webster in Gosger if Dgreen 3b roof c Harrelson Aker p Hunter p Jackson pm Duncan c Birdie unnerved Wall 20013000 30003010 2000ph 1 0 0 0 0000200 1 0 total 23 Boston. Kansas City a Webber. Kansas City Kansas City Waslewski. Of 4. 232 total. 010 000100 000 00 do Boston lobboston1. Or Foy monday. In Waslewski w,2-0. 81-3 Wyah 2-3 Hunter l,8-6 8 Aker 1. T2 11. A 9,264. 11. Herb so 1142 0001 botox win on Foy s Solo blast Kansas City a Joe Foy smacked his Lith Home run in the eighth inning and Rookie Gary Waslewski combined for Athree hitter with John Wyatt As Boston beat Kansas City 2-1 sunday sweeping their three game series. Foy s 400-foot drive beneath the scoreboard in Center Field broke a 1-1 deadlock and was Only the third hit off Jim Hun Ter 8-6. Waslewski allowed Only two singles until the ninth when Mike Hershberger got the third and reached second on a ground out. Wyatt relieved and got thelast two outs. The a s scored in the first in Ning on a walk John Donald son s single and a sacrifice flyby Rick monday. Boston tied it in the second on two walks and Mike Ryan s sin Gle. Rookie wraps it los Angeles Houston a r h by a r h w Parker in 4000 Gotay is 5122 Oiiver 2b 5010 Morgan 2b 3021 Davis of 5000 Wynn of 5110 Lefebvre 3b 3110 staub of 4011 Ferrara if 3120 Mathews in 5020 fairly of 412 0 apr mate 3b 3 1 2 0 Torborg c 3121 Davis if 5121 Roseboro c 1000 Brand c 3110 Schofield is 4023 Blas Gme p 1000 Singer p 2000 Jackson pm 1 0 0 0 Miller p 0000 Latman p a 0 0 0 Brewer p 0000 Brandt pm 1000 Gabriels pm 1 0 1 0 Sembera p 1000 Regan p 0000 total 354114 total 375135 two out when winning run scored. Los Angeles 030 100 0004 Houston 000022001s a Parker . Do los Angeles 2, Houstn 1. Lob los Angeles 8, Houston 12. 28torborg, Aspromonte Gotay a mews Wynn. A Singer. In h Herb l,2-4. Blasingame Latman Sembera w,2-5. T2 41. A26,296 5 7325 1-331101 2 2-3 10021 2-321 1 20 5 9443 1 o & 1 0 0 1 20003 Blanks Chison Detroit a Mickey Stanley and Bill Freehan slammed Home runs and Joe Sparma fired a six hitter As the Detroit tigers Defeated the Chicago White sox 3-0 sunday. The Victory Cut the White sox first place Lead Over the tigers to 4% games. Stanley hit a two run Homer his fourth following a walk to Freehan in the second and Freehan hit a Solo Homer i sloth in the sixth. Both blows came off Whiteson starter Gary Peters 10-4, who gave up Only one other hit and struck out 11 in the seven innings he worked. Sparma 9-1, walked two and struck out four in posting his third shutout of the season. Lead trimmed Chicago Staehle 2b Buford 3b Berry of King of Mccraw in Agee if Martin c Hansen is Peters p Causey pm Mcmahon p a r h by Detroit 0 1 0 0 1 0o o a o o to i o ooo3030 30002000 10000000 Lancis if Cauliffe 2b Wert 3b Freehan c Cash in Stanley of Northrup of Oyler is Sparma p a r h hi4000 40103000 22113000 31122000 30003000 total 31 0 60 total 27 3 3 3 Chicago 000 000 0000 Detroit 020001 Fox 3 a Buford a Cauliffe. Do Detroit 3. Lob Chicago 6, Detroit 2. 33martin. Or Stanley 4freehan 11. So Agee Martin. In h r up. By so Peters l/10-47 3 3 3 2 11 Mcmahon 1 9 0 0 0 0 Sparma w,9-l9 40024 t2 06. A21492 continued from Page 18 won six games singled to score Rich Rollins in the second in Ning for a 2-1 Lead after Russ Nixon s single tied the game. The twins added three runs inthe fourth to Clinch it. Chance who has lost six games became the american league s first 11-game Winner in the opener. He lost his shut out when Ken Mcmullen singled Home Fred Valentine with two out in the ninth. Uhlaender s two run double capped a three run fourth inning and pinned the loss on starter Camilo Pascual 7-5, who was making his first Start Here against his former teammates. Uhlaender also drove in a run with a bases loaded walk off reliever Dick lines in the sixth. Houston puts squeeze on dodgers wins 5-4 Houston a Rookie Ron Davis beat out a bunt with two out and the bases loaded in the Bottom of the ninth inning scoring Jim Wynn with the win Ning run As the Houston astros nipped los Angeles 5-4 sunday. Wynn doubled with one out and reached third after two in . Shuffles 5 Kansas City a the Kansas City athletics sent three players to the minor league Sand recalled two others. Out fielder Reggie Jackson an Catcher Dave Duncan were re turned to Birmingham of the Southern league and Pitcher John Odom was sent to Van Couver of the Pacific coast league. Recalled from birding Ham were Catcher Ken Suarez and Allan Lewis. Tensional walks arid a Force play. Then Davis Stii vexed him across. Reliever Carroll Sembera pitched three shutout innings forthe Victory. Phil Regan was the loser. The astros had tied the game in the sixth on infield hits by Bob Aspromonte and Ron Brand a single by Davis and Julio Gotay s two run double off reliever Bob Miller. Joe Morgan and Rusty stau had singled in runs in the fifth of f starter Bill Singer after a walk and Gotay s safety. The dodgers had a 4-0 Lead As Dick Schofield climaxed Athree run second inning with a two run single and then drove Home another run in the fourth with a hit off Wade Blasingame. Casper gains Canada tie Casper Wall phils nip giants in 9th inning Philadelphia up i Johnny Callison belted a two run double off the right Fiel Dwall with two out in the ninth inning sunday to give the Phila Delphia Phillies an 8-7 Victory Over the san Francisco giants. The phils racked reliever Lindy Mcdaniel with three straight hits to open the ninth and then with two out Callison bombed Mcdaniels first pitch to drive Home Doug Clemens and Richie Allen with the decisive runs. The phils committing five errors which led to five unearned giant runs trailed Ray Sadecki 7-2 entering the eighth. A double by Allen and singles by Gene Oliver and Callison scored one run and Kafoed Sadecki. Reliever Frank Lindy walked Pinch hitter Bill White to loathe bases and bring in Bill Henry. Pinch hitter Tony gon Zalez singled two runs Home be fore Briggs struck out to end the threat. Starter Dick Ellsworth set up the giants first two runs with a wild pitch in. The first and he committed two errors which Leto two More giant runs in the third and fourth. A two outer ror by Bobby wine helped san Francisco to three runs in the fifth. Dick Hall the fourth Philadel phia Pitcher picked up his sixth Victory in nine decisions. Despite errors san Francisco Philadelphia a r h by a r h by Davenport 3b 5 1 1 0 Taylor in 4120 Mccovey in 4100 Cowan if 4000 Mays of 5110 Clemens pm 1110 Hart if 4133 Razien 3b 5221 Brown of 4000 lock of 5010 holler c 2100 Oiiver c 5221 Lanier is 4210 Callison of 5233 Fuentes 2b 2000 Rojas 2b 3000 Sadecki p 4012 White in 0000 Linzy p 0000 wine is 3021 Henry p 00 00 Gonzalez if 1012 Daniel p 0000 Ellsworth p 0000 Linz pm 1 0 0 a Jackson p 0000 Sutherlnd pm 1 00 0 Boozer p 0000 Briggs pm 1000 Hall p 0000 total 34775 total 39 8 14 8 two out when winning run scored. Sanfrancisco 201 130 0007 Philadelphia 000 200 0331 , Ellsworth 2r.Allen, wine Fuentes. Do san Francisco 1, Philadelphia 1. Lob san Francisco 7, Philadelphia 1. 2bg.Oiiver, Callison 2wine Hart 2r.Allen. A Ellsworth Fuentes. Of Hart. Sadecki Linzy Henry Mcdanlel Ellsworth Boozer Hall w,6-3 hip Sadecki. Ellsworth. T3 00. A11,667. U4-1 i-3in. 72-3 2-3431 h 9o 1 4 \ 3 0n r e5 0o 3i\ 3 0n �ri5 n n 32 of 0 Job o i 02 3o 0 50 1 6i 0 n n . We Stanley cup Mark Montreal up Dicki Moore of the Montreal Cana Diens set a Stanley cup record by scoring the most Points in a single hockey game six Points on two goals and four assists against the Boston Bruins on March 25, 1954. Montreal a Billy Asper flashing from Back in the pack As he did in the . Open a year ago rammed in a 10-foot Birdie putt on the final Hole and tied Veteran Art Wall for the Canadian open Golf championship sunday forcing an 18 Hole playoff monday. Casper who made up seven strokes with nine holes to play against Arnold Palmer in the 1906 , was almost unnoticed As first Jack Nicklaus and then Young Steve Reid made runs at the greying bespectacled Wall who led after the Sec Ond arid third round Casper finished with a two under Par 69 on the rain-drenched6, Joo Yard Par 71 Montreal municipal course and a 72-Hole to Tal of 279. Wall a former masters Champ finally wilted under the pressure on the. Final Hole Tak ing a bogey for a final round 72and 279. First Nicklaus the . Open Champ and then Reid made moves at the 44-year-old Wall moving to within one stroke of him at one time or an other but each bid failed with a bogey on the bumpy 17th Green. Then the drama hit a highpoint on the 18th As Casper and Wall playing in the final Throe some reached the Green of the Par 5 Hole in three. Wall who had a two stroke Lead going into the final round was away. He carefully studied a 20-foot putt and ran it about five feet past the Hole. Then Casper surveyed the situation stepped to the Ball then stepped Back for another look. He ran in his 10-footer, and dropped to his Knees raising his hands in exultation. And then it was squarely up to Wall. His five foot try for a Par that would have clinched the $30,000 first prize broke about two inches from the cup. His shoulders slumped he tapped it in for a bogey that forced the playoff. Reid who had a final round 71, Nicklaus with 69 and 47-year old Julius Boros who had a 08, tied for third at 280. Pea Champ Al Geiberger was alone at 281, after a 71, while Arnold Palmer who took his third straight 70, Gene lit Tler 71 and Tommy Aaron 70, were bunched at 282. The final threesome was delayed in teeing off for about an hour by a torrential rainstorm. Wall playing it cagey parred the first three holes then dropped in a four foot Birdie putt on no. 4. He got another Bird. On the seventh with a 10 footer but had bogeys on

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