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Pacific Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - July 14, 1967, Tokyo, JapanBaser w 49 36 45 46 42 40 40 34 33 31 l 32 36 38 39 39 38 40 47 50 47 pet. .605 .561 .542 .541 .519 .513 .500 .420 .398 .397 go 3 /2 5 5 7 71/2 8 /2 15 17 16 a compiled from wire service National league St. Louis Chicago san Francisco Cincinnati Atlanta Pittsburgh Philadelphia los Angeles Houston new York wednesday Pittsburgh Blass 3-3 at St. Louis Hughes 7-3 night. Only game scheduled. S f. Thursday Philadelphia Wise 4-6 at Atlanta clo Ninger 2-4 night. New York Bob Shaw 2-8 and Hendley 2-1 at Cincinnati Ellis 6-5 and Maloney 6-5 2, twi night. Pittsburgh Veale 9-3 at St. Louis Cosman 1-0 night. Chicago Nye 7-5 at los Angeles Sut Ion 6-9 night. Houston Belinsky 2-4 at san Francisco Sadecki 3-0 t. American league Chicago Detroit Minnesota California Boston Cleveland Baltimore new York Washington Kansas City wednesday Chicago John 8-5 at Cleveland Mcdowell 5-7 night. game scheduled. Thursday Kansas City Nash 9-8 at Minnesota Merritt 6-1 night. California Mcglothlin 8-2 at Chicago Horlen 10-2 night. Detroit Sparma 9-1 and Mclain 10-9 at Washington Pascual 7-6 and Coleman 4-6 2, twi night. Cleveland Tiant 7-3 at new York be. Terson 1-8night. Baltimore Mcnally 5-5 and Phoebus 7 3 at Boston Waslewski 2-0 and Stange 3 a 2, Day night. W 47 45 45 45 41 40 39 36 36 35 l 33 35 36 40 39 42 43 45 47 49 pet. .588 .563 .556 .529 .513 .488 .476 .444 .434 .417 go 2 2 /2 4vi 6 8 9 11 v 2 12 /3 14 a Mim continued from Page 18 Umpire Emmett Ashford s Sig that the Ball landed foul by several pitching youngster the Angels Jim Mcglothlin who allowed Only one hit in his two innings was congratulated on his performance. Yeh i had a few butterflies too Mcgloth Lin admitted. The americans dressing room was quiet but there were no cries of anguish. Bauer said he did t pitch Boston s Jim Lonborg because he pitched last sunday. Maybe i should said Auer joking because we re going out there to play . Continued from Page 18 of the los Angeles dodgers who went out for a Pinch hitter in the 15th, declared i was sure Happy to see that that left it up to Seaver the seventh of the National pitchers. I figured i had a Job to do said the right hander from Fresno Calif. The Guys Wouldhave been disappointed to have gone that far and then lose. I would have been fog rain delay yacht cup trials Newport . A thick fog and heavy rain tuesday forced postponement of observation trials among the contenders for the defense of the Ameri Ca s cup. The trials were postpone sunday also because of the weather and the yachtsmen took a Day off monday so that the latest postponement made tithe third Day in a Row without any the weather permits the pairings among the americans loops will be the same wednes Day intrepid against american Eagle and Columbia racing Constellation. No sleep Roberto fanned 4 times Anaheim. Calif. A Post game reactions covered a wide area of thought wednesday inthe Wake of the National league s 2-1 Triumph Over the american league in baseball s Star game. Most prominent was the fac that a record 30 batters struck out during the 15-inning, 3-hour41-minute exercise before 46,309 patient souls in Anaheim stadium. Everyone agreed the pitching on both sides was excellent aside from three tosses which resulted in the three Home runs that accounted for the were grumblings How Ever about the lighting and the smog. There was indeed a Peculiar shading As the Twilight minor leagues compiled from wire services Pacific coast league Western division Vancouver at Oklahoma cily night. Hawaii at Phoenix night. San Diego at Tulsa in right. Only games scheduled. International w Rochester. 47 Richmond 43 Jacksonville 39 Columbus 7 Toronto 35 Buffalo 5 Toledo 35 Syracuse " " 35 league l 30 37 39 41 39 39 39 42 pet. .610 .538 .500 .474 .473 .473 .473 .461 go 5 /2 8 /2 10 /2 10 /2 10 /2 10v2 12 Jacksonville Toledo 10 tuesday Richmond 2 Columbus 1 wednesday Richmond at Jacksonville. Columbus at Toledo. Buffalo at Toronto. Syracuse at Rochester 2. Texas league Amarillo Elpaso Austin Albuquerque Arkansas Dallas few Amarillo 7 Austin 3 w 51 43 42 38 39 35 l 33 39 45 41 42 48 pet. Go .407 .524 7 .483 10 /2 .481 10 a .481 10 /2 .422 15 /2 tuesday Albuquerque 2 Elpaso 1 wednesday Amarillo at Albuquerque 2. Austin at Elpaso. Dallas fort Worth at Arkansas 2. Eastern league Eastern division Binghamton Waterbury Pittsfield Pawtucket w 46 39 34 36 l 33 38 39 41 Western division Williamsport Reading Elmira York w 47 44 39 22 l 31 32 40 53 Pel. Go .582 .506 6 .466 9 .468 9 pet. Go .603 .579 2 /2 .494 8 /2 .293 24 tuesday Waterbury 3-2 Williamsport 1-3 Pawtucket 5 Elmira 3 5 inn., rain Southern league 4647 4643 32 28 l32 3436 4143 51 pet. Gb.590 .580 1/2.561 2 .512 6.400 15 .354 18 /2 Birmingham Evansville Montgomery Charlotte Haacon Knoxville tuesday Birmingham 4 Charlotte 1 Evansville 5 Montgomery 3 blended with the smog and the lights. Roberto Clemente the nation Al league s leading slugger with the Pittsburgh pirates offered another reason for his record of striking out four said he had t been Able to sleep. He did t know Why. I just can t sleep he jammed crowd hot and sweaty even before the classic got underway gave new York s Mickey Mantle and san fran Cisco s Willie Mays enormous ovations when they appeared Asp Inch hitters. Both struck stayed on and went 0-4. Mantle disappeared and was no around in the clubhouse when the thing ended. Richie Allen of Philadelphia homered in the second inning to give manager Walter Alston nationals a 1-0 Lead. The Ball carried deep into the Center Fiel stands. Baltimore s Brooks Robinso tied it in the sixth for his Oriole Boss and the americans Man Ager. Hank Bauer with a blow into the left Field game dragged on. Neither Side was Able to Muster More than one hit during the entire affair. When it appeared that neither Side would Ever score again Tony Perez of Cincinnati end edit with a shot Over the left Field enough third basemen Seattle Spokan Tacoma Vancouver Portland Hawaii w l 48 40 46 40 48 43 43 44 40 49 36 52 pet. Go 1 .545 1 .535 1 i .527 1 /2 1 .494 4vz i .449 8 a & .409 12 Eastern division 1 san Diego Indianapolis Phoenix Oklahoma City Denver Tulsa Seattle 9 Oklahoma City Phoenix 3 w l 52 34 43 40 45 43 45 45 42 43 36 51 tuesday pet. Go ? .605 .518 7 i .511 8 .500 9 .494 9 /2 .414 16v2 Tacoma 1 x 7 Vancouver 5 Hawaii 2 Portland at Denver rain. Is Portland at 1 wednesday Denver 2. To la hts Baltimore s Brooks Robinson of the . All stars crosses the plate in the sixth inning after hovering off . All Star hurler Ferguson Jenkins in the annual Midsummer classic tuesday night at Anaheim Calif. Extending the Welcome is the twin s Rod Carew. Hobby s or tied it up 1-1 but the . Went on to win 2-1in a 15-inning Marathon. Up radio photo Perez already had presidential suite Anaheim Calif. Up the manager of Anaheim s grand hotel must have had premonition that Tony Perez was going to be named the 1967all-Star game s most valuable player tuesday. When the Cincinnati red third baseman checked into the hotel monday night with his wife and their son the manager found that a room had not Bee reserved for the Perez family. So the hotel official promptly made up for it by moving them into the $58-a-Day presidential suite. Perez not Only earned the room but also the most valuable player award As he socked Ajim Hunter fast Ball into the Loftfield stands to put merciful end to the longest Star game on record in the 15thinning. That Homer gave the National league its 2-1 never have faced Hunter before in my life the 25-year-old puerto rican resident said. But i was definitely looking for the fast Ball and i got it. I feel very fortunate to have been sleeved to play in this great storm Vogel sailing ahead los Angeles up storm Vogel the South african Ketch skippered by Corneliu Bruynzeel maintained a com manding Lead wednesday in the transpacific yacht race which is plagued with poor the radio Roll Call tuesday night the storm Vogel was positioned at 978 Miles from Hono Lulu in the 24th running of the los Angeles to Hawaii Francisco yacht club s Serene was logged at 1,007 mile from Diamond head and the Kialoa ii was placed at 1,035miles from completing the 2,225 mile Ocean Odyssey. It was the first such Honor forthe cuban born infielder who earned a position on the squad with a .291 regular season batting average and 17 Home runs. Actually Perez who went into the game for starter Richie Allen who hit the National league s first Home run Way Back in the second inning was chosen for the no squad by dodger manager Walt Alston. I was not hesitant about picking Perez Alston said jubilantly after recording his second straight s t a r Triumph. But some people Felt that i should have chosen Ron Santo of Chicago. Santo has been hot lately but Pere has been the More consistent player the whole season Long and earned the in summing up Alston said that he was pleased with the pitching he knew he had an that third base was a True hot spot today referring to Theallen and Perez homers. It was hard to single out Thebes Pitcher today said Alston i would say there were 13 or14 of when asked if he thought that perhaps that is a Pitcher s Era the los Angeles manage name of the game and it sure killed the hitters pitching in the family Boston up Pitcher Jim Lonborg of the Boston red sox and Pitcher Mel Queen jr.,of the Cincinnati reds Are Brothers in Law. Supplied of the Home Angeles dodger Drysdale who allowed Only one hit in his two innings was the winning Pitcher. Jim Catfish Hunter of Kan Sas City toiled efficiently for five innings. He fanned four Bat ters and gave up Only one hit. Unfortunately it was Pere Home run. Dean Chance the americans starting hurler from the Minne Sota twins yielded two hits in his three frames one being Al Len s Home run. Juan Marichal of the giants the nationals celebrated starter escaped with Only one hit against him in his three innings. Fortunately it was not a Home run. Nixes Clay bid Sacramento Calif up dethroned heavy weight Champion Cassius Lay was denied a califor Nia boxing License wednes Day by the state athletic commission. Clay said he expected the decision. In my court cases the decisions Are made before i get there he said. Clay who prefers to be called Muhammad Ali sought the License to stage a fight in Oak land. His share of the proceeds was to go to help feed poo children in Alabama Mississippi and Georgia. Charles Sonny listen another former heavyweight Cham Pion had his application for License taken under submission by the commission. The Bonscore continued from Page 18 Hunter l 5411 Marichal 310 0jenkins 3311 Gibson 2200short 2000 Cuellar 2 10 0drysdaie w 2100 Seaver 1000bbshort Yastremski Seavey 3 Oliva Yastrzemski Freehan Jenkins 6 Killebrew Conigliaro Mantle Fregosi Carew Oliva Gibson 2 Conigliaro Freehan Short l Fregosi Cuellar 2 b. Rob Inson Oliva Drysdale 2 Hunter Killebrew Seaver 1 Berry Chance 1 Clemente Mcglothlin 2 Allen Alley Peters 4 Mays Clemente c e p e d a Allen Downing 2 Clemente Allen Hunter 4 Alley 2, Clemente Perez hip none. We . Pm none. T3 41. A46,309urunge Al plate Secory lib Dimuro Al 2b Burkhart no 3b Ashford Al left Field Pelekoudas no right Field. Kirkpatrick an Angel Anaheim Calif. A the California Angels recalled catch or outfielder de Kirkpatrick fro their Seattle farm club of the Pacific coast league. To make room for Kirkpatrick on the roster outfielder Jay Johnst Newas optioned to Seattle. Pacific stars & stripes 9friday, july 14, 1967

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