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   European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - January 28, 1948, Darmstadt, Hesse                                Page 10 THE STARS AND STRIPES ill I I i Says Brundage In Attack Against AHA 27 president of the Olympic charged the American Hockey Association used fraudulent means to get elected to the International Ice Hockey which is now sponsoring the AHA squad in its fight with the American Amateur Union hockey team to represent the at the January Winter games in Brundage said the AHA actually was professional because it sponsored by American ice rink 27 dispute over the Hockey en try in Olympic Winter Games starting Friday led to the possibility that America will withdraw from both the winter games and the full Olympics at London next Avery president of the Olympic came out fighting at a news conference and said the committee is prepared to resign unless its hockey team is certified for the winter He added If this should it is the opinion of the committee that all American contestants also will re tire from the winter The American committee re cently vc ted by a large majority to withdraw all Americans if the AAU squad was not accepted by the Olympic Committee as the of ficial Under Olympic charier rules all contestants must be amateurs to compete In the In ad teams to qualify for the games must be a member of an international federation of the sport in which they wish to In this both teams have one The AHA is a member of the IIHL but Its applica tion for play in the winter game was not forwarded by the Amer ican Olympic The AAU team is not a member of the designated by the Olympic Com mittee as the international organi zation for but its applica tion was accepted and forwarded by the Records 2 Triumphs In Ski Races P ON T R E S I N A 27 Americans won the mens and womens Alpine combined and the Swiss Alfons won the Nordic combination in the 25th An nual Orison Ski Andrea Mead of Rutland 15yearold star of the wom ens Olympic ski was given the womens Alpine combined trophy after winning the downhill event and tieing for eleventh in the Barney McLean of Denver captain of the Olympic ski won the mens Alpine com after being first in the downhill and tieing for third in the Supersaxo scored a surprise vic tory in the Nordic combination as a result of being placed third amongst the combined competitors in the 18 kilometers cross country race and his 27 The executive committee of the International Olympic Commit tee met here today but post poned consideration of the American ice hockey team pending the arrival of two absent Albert secretary of the Swiss Olympic said he was informed by the executive committee they prob ably would consider the dispute Mayer said the ex ecutive committee told The matter is so important that we can not act without all the members being Mexican Loop Warns Of Player Raids Canadian Cops Skating Race 27 Craig Mackay of Canada won a warmup speed skating test in competition with Olympic teams of three His time was Other results were Tie for Henry of Munich Tops Nurnberg In Dimes Puck Tilt 27 The newlyformed Nurnberg Post hockey team lost its opening game of the season to a flashy Munich Bronco sextet by the score of 144 in a March of Dimes benefit match attended by a capacity crowd at Linde Stadium ice Approximately in admission fees went to the local dimes Chicago and Sunny Ruprecht of F o u r t Bartholomew of Splem of Seaman of Minnea j NEW 27 A the storm warnings and tighte up the reserve clause Jorge the monied Mexican magnati wants more baseball Price is no That is what the man said when interviewed in his hotel Admittedly the power behind the throne in the hot tamale Jo swas most emphatic Not a leaf twig falls from a tree in Mes but Jorge Pasquel knows about it he presumably referring baseball I thought you no longer the head man in Mexican I remarked a who read that one Alejandro Ag Pveyes had been named Mexfta Was Busy in 47 Jorge Pasquel is the head ma Reyes Reacts To PasqueVs Latest Move MEXICO 27 Alejandro Aguilar Reyes said he had submitted his resignation as high commissioner of the Mexican Baseball League as a result of state ment reportedly made in New York by his Jorge He said he was conferring with Pasquels Bernardo Pas about his future status in the Mexican League and that he prob ably would have a definite announce ment to make If Pasquel wants to be boss of the league he can be the boss and have his league for all the foolish ness he wants to do with Aguilar told the United and I will bow out and go my own Reyes recently held a peace con ference with Walter assist ant to commissioner in which plans were dis cussed for taking the Mexican League into organized Jorge Pasquel was the one who precipitated the break with organ ized baseball when raided the majors for more than a dozen stars in On Aguilar predicted in a formal statement that organized baseball formally would recognize his outlaw Latin loop in the near future as a result of talks he had with Wiesbaden Opens New Gym May See Dimes Bouts 27 will open its new gym nasium to an expected customers Friday night when the bast mitrmen of RAF and USAFE clash at Commanders with all 400 reserved seats already On Friday afternoon the RAF and USAFE fencing teams will clash in 27 nine each i n the epee and These matches will be held at the Eagle be ginning at 3 Heading the American contingen te William who was runnerup in the London event and is considered the ECs 1 Hammond will compete in the foils and Twelve featuring EC ban tamweight champion Joe Inamine and EC lightweight runnerup Francis are on manders Hall card While most attention seems to be focused on the boxing the fencing bouts shape up to be very well Several mem bers of both squads appeared in the Britannia Shield meet last The new gymnasium is located to the heart of Schloss the town Seating between 600 and 700 at a basketball the gymnasium also includes six badminton and three volleyball This gymwill be the scene of j many sporting events within the next few Among the gest are the USAFE boxing cham pionships USAFE bat talionlevel basketball champion Ship USAFE squadron level championship March 26 and Riley Takes 2nd Round KO Over Antwerps Karl Joris 27 129 knocked out Karl in of the first round of a sched uled eightround 1 featherweight con had Joris down twice for nine counts before the It was his American debut for who previously had won 30 of 35 professional Canadians Whip 103 27 UP The Canadian Olympic ice hockey team 103 he when Pasquel runs1 he runs Recent peace talks between cc missioner Reyes and Walter Mu secretary to commissioner were dismissed Jorge as If Chandler wants to do he his eyes snappii to he must talk to Nothing can be by a Baseball Monopoly Pasquel picked up a newspap The lines identifying those pic on the back page referred to hj as the head of the outlaw Mexica he says outlaw The International Board I say your ba ball is a How about people in California They try get into your bigleagues and say Are they tooj Next week I go to I will sign and I will all the good I to talk with Max Fre Sal Maglie and the oth I dont care whether they If want to play and not have a good I will pay the In 1945 they said wed last Well were still we expect to Out how can they call us thaiC Aussies Claim World Mark Women Better Relay Recort 27 world track record for the womens yard relay was claimed for Australia by secret of the Australian Womens Amateur Athletic Magee told the Associated Press that the Unions ba on a time of will be forwarded to the International Amate jAthletic Military Ski Race Tests Endurance By JACK Sports feditor dhe EC boxing finals April semifinals and MORITZ be skiing against the best in the come Olympic but the Military Ski Patrol team asks only a chance lo upset the highlyfavored say nothing of the French and the gruelling 35kilometer The picked from the 38th ombat didnt even know about the Military Ski Patrol event three months but all that has been In three short months the team won the Olympic tryouts and came to Moritz as the The fourman team is composed of one one noncom and two rhe officer of the team is Donald a 25yearold who hails from down Sherman Texas The who was assigned to the 38th RCT right from civilian has just one year of skiing under his Twentyfiveyearold Stanley Walker of Lynn boasts 17 years of skiing in his native New England while the two Henry and Lorentz round out the Toughest in Olympics Probably the best skier on the team is whose home is Colorado but was born in Dunlaps home address is The 35kilometer race winds through the moun tains surround Moritz and is rated the toughest competition winter During the race the team must keep close enough together so that the first and last man will pass any given point within 30 seconds of each Added to each man must carry a 20pound pack plus a carbine and During the course each of the enlisted men must fire at a fixed in this case a If a man hits his balloon on the first three minutes are deducted from the teams course If it takes him two two minutes are deducted and if three shots one With perfect marksmanship a team can get a nineminute deduction from its course Please Rush Carbines The team originally came equipped with Ml rifles but on seeing that the other competing countries carried carbines they appealed to Russell T chief of the athletic for a rush order of four carbines and Finn got in touch with which immediately shipped the carbines to the team in The arrival of the carbines took a weighty problem off Weihs mind and his mens 16 pounds to be The complete squad is rounded out by Pvt William of Highmore Scotty Yardley of and 1st Thomas Severson of Eau Severson sprained his toe during a practice run and definitely is out of competition in the ski racs but is trying his best to enter the skeleton The doughty lieutenant never saw a skeleton race before coming to Moritz but now that he has come this far he wants to get in the Olympics one way ox If we had our choice between the Cresta Run and no were afraid wed be buying our tickets for a seat Shuttlecock In the bleachers down around This time was set by four South Wales June Ma Betty Marjory Jach and Jean in the Austra championships and Olympic tria in It is fourtenths of a second fa than the record established by Netherlands team in The Australian womens for the 220 and 880 yard races 90yard hurdles also br at the Joyce King ran the 220 in clipping off the prev Kit Mears cut sevententi of a second off the Australian yard record by running the dist in Shirley daughter professional runner Dave skipped over the 90yard hurdles in of a second better than tbe Australian The records were run with Officials judges said la they considered 8 King are certain to gain selectW on the Australian Olympic Small But Good NEW 27 Nobby Warwick oif the R s the smallest forward In the ional Hockey standing five feet five previqa   

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