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Pacific Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - July 6, 1967, Tokyo, JapanRisks pm los Angeles a Rob Schofield is 3 0 1 1 Gabriels of 4010 Davis of 4000 Lefebvre 3b 4 0 0 0 fairly 1b 4000 Johnson if 3 0 1-0 Roseboro c 3110 Oiiver 2b 3000 d Rysdale p 2110 costeen pm 1000 Miller p 0000 Pittsburgh do r h by Malou of 5110 wills 3b 4 1 1 0 Clemente of 4110 Stargell if Maroski 2b Clendenon Alley is May c Sisk p 2222 4023 1b 3 00 0 4020 3 0 004 0 20 total 31 2 51 total 33 5 11 5 lot Angeles. 0 0 1 0100002 Pittsburgh 012 010 1 0 a 5 2. Do los Angeles 2, Pittsburgh 1. Lob los Angeles 3, Pittsburgh 8. 2balley 2roseboro. 3bstargell, Schofield Gabrielson. Or Stargell 11. h Herb so Drysdale l,7-97 10 5 4 3 4 1 1 000 1 Sisk w,6-6 .9 52 2 1 i we Sisk. T2 12. A12,321. Bill Willie spark bucs Over la. Pittsburgh a Bill Mazeroski and Willie Stargell drove in five runs Between them backing Tom Sisk s five hit pitching As the Pittsburgh pirates beat los Angeles 5-2 monday night. Mazeroski singled in the Sec Ond inning after Stargell tripled and then stroked a bases loaded single for two More runs in the third breaking a 1-1 tie. Stargell accounted for the other two rims on a sacrifice Fly and his Lith Homer a 500-foot shot Over the Centerfield Fence. Sisk fi-6, went the distance for the fourth time this year giving him twice As Many Complete games As any other pirates Pitcher. The entire staff has 10. Loser Don Drysdale 7-9, singled and scored the first dodger run on Dick Schofield s triple in the third inning and John Rose Boro doubled and came around on a grounder and a wild pitching the fifth. Tigers Edge indians 2-1 Cleveland a Jerry Lumpe s two run Homer and the three hit pitching of Denny my lain led the Detroit tigers to a 2-1 Victory Over the Clevelan indians monday night. Lumpe rapped his first Homer of the into the right Field seats in the third inning scoring behind Mclain who had bunted into a Force play after Mickey Stanley indians scored in their half of the third on Lee Maye fifth Homer of the year. The Victory evened Mclain s record at 9-9. Loser Luis Tiant 7-3, also Al Lowed Only three hits and struck out 10 before being relieved inthe eighth. Right fielder Jim Northrup pulled Mclain out of a seventh inning Jam when with one on and two out he leaped against the Wall and grabbed Pinch hit Ter Fred Whitfield s bid for Homer. 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Kranepool ripped his fifth Homer of the year off right Han Der Bob Bolin in the fourth Fol lowing a double by Larry Stahl and Tommy Davis single. baseman s drive Over the right Field Fence erased a 34 san Francisco Lead. The mets added a run in. Tile eighth on two walks Krane Tiol s infield hit. And a passed Ball by Tom Halter. Seaver was clipped for three runs and six hits in the firs three innings but yielded Only one hit the rest of the Way infringing his pitching Mark to 7 5. I. Willie Mccovey lashed bases empty Homer off the All Star right hander in the second and the. Giants added another run in the inning on singles by Ollie Brown Hal Lanier and Tito . Ken Boyer homered for the mets in. The s e c o n a but the giants came Back with Arun in the third when Jim Davenport singled sped to third on Tom Laller s single and scored on a sacrifice Fly by Willie ended Mays seven game batting Streak striking out the san Francisco Star twice and getting him on a pop up in the eighth. Timely Homer san Francisco a Davenport 3b Haller c Mays Chart if Linzy p. Mccovey in Brown of Lanier is Schruder pm fun Eues 2b Bolin p Herbel p Cline pm Gibbon p Jalou if 4 4 3 3 0 3 4 3 1 3 2 0 1 0 0 new York r h by 1 0 0 0 01 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 01 11 0 2 0 0n 0 0 0 01 0 01 0 0 01 0 0 0 0 0 Harrelson Stahl of ass cd Jones of Davis if Reynolds Kra Pool Swoboda if in of Boyer 3b Buchek 2b Grote c Seaver p 3 3 1 3 0 4 4 4 3 3 3 Rhyl 1 1 01 01 01 0 0 0 1 2 0 1 0 2 1 1 01 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 total 31 3 7 3 total 31 5 ? 4 Sanfrancisco 021 000 0003 new York 010 300 0 1 x 5 do skin Francisco 2, new York 1. Lob skin Francisco 4, new York 4. 28 Stahl " grate. Or Mccovey 12k.Boyer 3kranepool 5. Of Mays. In h Herb so Bolin l,4-73 644 Herbel 3 10.0 Gibbon 1 1-3 2 10 Linzy 2-3 000seaver w-7-59 7 3 3 pm Haller. T2 16. A37,125. 4 1 0 1 7 Central league giants dragons tigers atoms whales Carp braves flyers Lions Hawks Orion buffaloes w 38 30 28 25 22 19 Pacific w 38 35 30 28 28 25 l 16 24 25 31 33 33 t 2 2 4 2. 4 4 pet. Go .704 .556 8 .528 9vz ,446 14 ,.400 16vz .365 18 league l 25 31 30. 30 34 34 t 1 1 5 2 3 0 pet. A .603 .530 4 a .500 6va .483 7 /2 .452 9. A .424 11 tuesday giants 2 atoms 10 whales 2 Hawks 4 flyers 9. Lions 4 f tigers 1dragons 6 Carp 2 tie buffaloes 1 braves 0 Orion 3 9-under-Par wins Sunningdale England up Ryder cup player Peter Butler shot a nine under Par 32-29-61 tuesday to Eual the British tournament record and win the first prize of $980 in the Bowmaker pro am tournament. Butler tossed off , five birdies and 11 sin Gle putts in the second round for an aggregate 131 to nip australian Peter Thomson by a stroke. Thomson shot a second 66 fur and a.,pmjfseffi70. Time out i 1 cubs pulverize braves 12-6 maybe we should a Down and Tell the wives that fish whistle was just a Atlanta up the red hot Chicago cubs bested the Atlanta braves in a slugging Duel that included a record tying first inning Home run outburst monday night to win 12- for their 14th Victory in 15 games. The cubs tied with the St. Louis cardinals for first place in the National league exploded for six runs in the first inning with three Home runs added a three run Homer in the sixth and a three run triple in the seventh to overpower the braves who had three Home runs of their own. It was the ill bats cards " i beyond Cincy 7-3 St. Louis a Light hit Ting dal maxvill doubled with the bases loaded to account for four runs in a seven run first inning As St. Louis dubbed sinking Cincinnati 7-3 monday night in a game spiced by a Brawl that emptied both benches. The Victory left the cardinals in a first place tie with the phenomenal Chicago cubs who beat Atlanta 12-6. The loss was the fourth straight for Cincinnati and eighth in nine games. Maxvill s double greeted re Liever Don Nottebart after the cards scored three runs off loser Milt Pappas 8-7. The hit drove in Roger Maris and or Lando Cepeda who had singled in runs. Maxvill scored behind Julian Javier when second base Man Pete Rose threw wildly on the play. Bob Gibson 10-6, set Down the first 13 Cincinnati hitters Nineon strikes. But one of his pitches which sailed Bye if the head of Tony Perez opening the fifth precipitated the fight that too special police about 11 minutes to bring under control. The car Farrington first new York a Bob far ringtone of Richwood Ohio was the first harness racing Driver to win 1.00 races this year. Finals Lou Brock had been hit by a pitch the inning before. Gibson had words with Perez after he flied out and suddenly both benches emptied and the shoving began with several players squaring off. Bob Lee of the reds was the Only player ejected. Iderson Johnson followed wit the first hit off Gibson who Las cubs1 seventh straight Victory. The cubs homers in the first came before the braves could get a second out and included Athree run Homer by Billy Williams a Solo Homer by Ron Santo and a two run Homer Brandy Hundley the braves got into the act in the Bottom of the first with Solo homers by Felipe Alou and Rico Carty. The five Home runs tied the major league record for the most Home runs hit by two teams in a single inning and marked the first time this had eve occurred in the first inning. Glenn Beckert hit the cubs other Homer and Pinch hitter John Stephenson making his first appearance As a cub hit the three run triple. Carty got his second Home run of the game to give the braves two More runs in the sixth and the braves picked up their final two in the seventh on three singles and a walk. The Victory went to cub starter Ray Culp who is now 6 6 and the loss went to Tony Cloninger 2-2, who gave up the cubs first four runs without Ever getting an out. Record tied leu Uii i Wie lignin when Ait Shamsky homered and Max vill s error led to two More runs. Gibson wins w Cincinnati St. Louis a r h by a r h by Helms is 4000 Brock if 3110 Pinson of 4100 flood of 4120 Rose 2b 4021 Maris of 421 Perez 3b 4000 Cepeda in 4 11 Abernathy p 0000 Lacarver c 3021 Johnson in 4 0 1 0 Shannon 3b 4 20 May if 4000 Javier 2b 410 Shamsky of 4111 maxvill is 412 Pavletich c 3 1 1 0 Gibson p 3010 Pappas p 00 0 0 Briles p 0000 Nottebart p 1 0 0 0 word pm 1010, Baldschun p 0000 Robinsn if 0 0 0 0 total 33 3 6 2 total 33 7 13 5 Cincinnati 000 000 030 3 St. Louis 7 0 0 0 00 0 0 x 7 e Rose Perez. Do Cincinnati 2. Lob Cincinnati 4, 4. 2b Brock maxvill. Or Shamsky 3. Of Mccarver. In h r Erbb so Pappas l,8-71-36, 6 6 0 0 Nottebart 42-3 51102 Baldschun. 2 20002 Gibson w,10-672-36 3 2 1 12 Briles 11-30 00 0 3 hip Nottebart Brock. To 2 20. A 34,241. A r h by a r h by Popovich is 4110 Fanlou in 5111 Beckert 2b 4213 Mjones of 5011 Williams if 4113 Aaron of 4110 Santo 3b 4111 Carty ii 4233 Thomas in 4110 Coyer 3b 4000 Spangier of 4210 Menke is 4010 Boccella in 0 0 0 0 Woodward 2b 4120 Hundley c 4222 Decker c 2100 Savage of 3100 Torre pm 1000 gulp p 1100 Martinez c 0000 Stephnson pm 1013 Cloninger p 0000 Larsen p 0000 Kelley p 0000 Koonce p 1000 Lau pm 1000 Hartensten p 0000 Ritchie p 1010carroll p 0000 Francona pm 1010 Hernandz p 0000 Delahoz pm 1010 total 3412912 total 376125 Chicago 400003 30 012 Atlanta 200 002 200 a Santo. Do Chicago 2, Atlanta 1. Lob Chicago 6, Atlanta 5. 28 Spangier. 38. Or Williams 15santo 17hundley. 9f.alou 8cany / Loir Beckert 4. A gulp 2 in h Herb so gulp w,6-6 6 64402 Lanen 0 22210 Kornyce 2 4 0 0 0 0 Watenstein 1 0 0 0 0 0 Cloninger l,2-4. -0 34410kppy. 2 12241 Ritchie 32-32 3 3 2 4 Carroll 11-33 3 3 1 0 a Lar Norinha 9 0 0 0 1 1 t o. Or a in fio 1 a1 cured Arm twins zip . 3-0 Minneapolis St. Paul a Dave Boswell with last out help from Ron Kline continued Minnesota s string of splendid pitching performances Mon Day night allowing Only five hits As the streaking twins blanked the new York yankees3-0. The Triumph was Minnesota s fifth in a Row and eighth in the last 10 games. Over that 10-game Span twins pitchers have an earned run average of 1.40and three struck out 10 and did t allow a runner past Sec Ond base in gaining his sixth Victory against five defeats. Kline got the final out after gave up a single and a walk in the ninth. Tony Oliva tripled Home the Only run Boswell needed in the first inning and the twins added two runs in the eighth Zoilo Versalles singling one across and then scoring All the Way from first base on Harmon Kil Lebrew s single. Killebrew singled with two out in the first inning against Luck less Fritz Peterson now 0-8, and Oliva followed with a triple into the right Field Thad Tillotson pitching in the eighth Gesar Tovar singled stole second and scored on Versalles single. Versalles running on the pitch then raced around the bases on Killebrew s single to Center. / another shutout new York a Howser 2b Gibbs c Mantle in Pepitone of Whitaker of Tresh if Csmith 3b Farnaro is Peterson p Toped i no pm Tillotson p 4 3 4 4 4 3 2 4 2 1 0 Minnesota r h by 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Tovar 2b Versalles Killebrew Olla of Allison if Valdespino Rollins 3b Zirman Uhlaender Boswell p Kline p ass in if c of 4 4 3 4 4, 0 3 3 3 3 0 Rabi 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 .1 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 01 11 0 0i 0 0 0 0 total new York Minnesota 31 0 5 0 total 31 3 7 3 000 000 0000 100 000 02 a 3 , Amaro. Do new York 1. Lob new York 8, Minnesota 5. 2b Gibbs. 3bollva. So Tovar. In h r Erbb so 6 2. Peters on l,0-8 Tilotson Baswell w.6-5 e ,. 2 43. A 20,022 4 3 5 1-3 0 8,2-3 1 20 0 ousts Tai to Nagoya Japan up the 15-Day sumo tournament which started sunday lost its biggest drawing card tuesday when Yoko Una grand Champion Tai to withdrew because of an Elbow injury he suffered in his match Hurt his Arm when he Defeated first ranked Macg Ashira Kiy Okuni monday for his second win in As Many Days. Taiho had been favored to win his 20th title although he had returned recently from a Honey Moon trip to Europe and had lacked sufficient practice. Third Day results with won lost records Winner loser Tochi Azuma .1-2 tens Iyama 0-3toda 3-0 Waka Yoshid 0-3 Daiyu 3-0 Wak Miyama 2-1 miso Zidori 2-1 Kuqi Yuyama 1-2 Futa Godlake 3-0 Tsuruga mine 0-3 Wak Anami 3-0 Hana Hikari. 03 Hirokawa 1-2 Fuji Nishiki 1-2 Mae Noyama 2-1 Aon osato2-1 Kot Tsuyama 2-1 Fukun Ohana 3 0-Kiyokunl 1-2 Hasegawa 2-1 Koto Akura 2-1 Kai Noyama 2-1 Tomokuni 1-2 Kita Ofuji 2.-1 Tama Noshima 2-1 Fujin Okawa 0-3 Yut Akayama. 3-0 my Budani 1-2 Kashiwada 2-1 Yoshin Ohana 0-3 Mutsu Ardshir 1-2 Taiho 2-1kirinii 3-0 Sada Noyama 2-1 Pacific stars & stripes 21thursday, july 6, 19&7

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