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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - April 12, 1968, Darmstadt, Hesse196fl the stars and stripes Page 21 3rd Dit raps r i i in. Berlin special save in hitting with regularity on shots scored 28 Points to9 the 3rd div Mara Omen to i ims Victory Here wednesday night Over the Berlin bears and latin Greene step closer to the second Hal title in the Usa eur basketball Marne men experience no trouble in registering their fifth straight Victory and retaining their Loop Lead. Only two games separate the Marne men from the second Hal title. They can cinch a title tie by defeating the 32nd Adco saturday in Aschaffenbur and wrap up the Crown with a Vic tory Over the 8th div tuesday in pumped in 17 Points in the first half and was pulled with 9 12 left in the game. He cards bears Benefit booked for Chicago St. Louis up the football cardinals will meet the Chicago bears for the sixth consecutive time in a Benefit game in Soldier Field Chi Cago on Friday night sept. 8, it was announced annual game sponsored by the Chicago newspaper pub Lishers association benefits the army air Force and Navy Relief groups. Lead hit 13 of 21 from the Field an nearly All of them came on jump shots in the Range of 25 the exception of a 2-2 tie the Marne men led All the Way their biggest margin was 29 Points 78-49, with 10 11 remain tag. Marne coach Joe Vargo played his regulars about 25 minutes and the reserves took stayed fairly close in the first half by rallying on several occasions after the Marne Raen had built up sizeable 3rd div led 12-4 and Ber Lin Cut it to 16-13. With the score25-20 for the Marne men the bears went four minutes with outscoring As the 3rd div upped its advantage to 34-20. With 2 29, left in the half Ber Lin which trailed 41-24, began a comeback and trailed Only by 10at intermission 45-35. Helping latin in the scoring department was Reggie Greene with 15. Tom Gordan scored 12and toy Fitzgerald and Victor Bender 10 each for the bears of Sandy Stilwell who Are wingless in five second half games and Are resting in the cellar were paced by Willi mrussell s 21 Points. Ray Thomas tallied 15 while Eric Sorenson and Hank hemp Hill had 11 apiece for the . Berlin plays Host to setae. 3rd div Shuter new Rry Tach ski orc no latin Gordon West currant Mcdanlel o 0 21 t13 54 14 01 3 f 2-2 0-00-0 1-22-3 2-3 2-30-0 2-30-0 0-0 2-4 Berlin t2 Russell 2 mailctt15 Chase 28 sorensons2 Robertson 10 Pitcher 2 hemphill10 while 0 opium2 Moore 6 g f t9 3-4 21 7 1-1 1520-04 1 1-3 3 1 sm211 1-1 10 0-0 4 3-32 0-0 0 0-0 3 2-4 8 total 4113-1895 total 2920-2878 3rd div 455095 Berlin 36 4378fouls3rd Imp 19, Berlin 13. May 9-10 Csc sets track in Wiesbaden Ramstein Germany Spe Cial the 1968 Continental sports conference track Andfield championships will be held May 9-10 at Wiesbaden announced Chris Georgia Confer ence athletic director. Each air Force installation will be limited to 21 contestants and one coach. The coach can participate but must be included in the contestant limit of 21. No team May enter More than one relay team in a relay race or More than two men in an remaining event. Five Points will be Given for first place three for second two for third and one for fourth. A team will be selected after the meet to represent the Continental sports conference in the Safe track and Field championships scheduled May 16-17 i Wiesbaden. Pasbrig Adamson win in Garmisch ski Garmisch Germany Spe Cial Roy Pasbrig Dave Adam son and Richard Jarnagin were featured winners in the giant slalom of the 69th Garmisch ski week. Pasbrig of wheelus won the advanced class race Adamson of Lahr Germany the inter mediate class and Jarnagin of Nuernberg the beginners class. Two women from Frankfurt Shelia Ford and Betty Rae Wal lace won the advanced and beginners races respectively. Donald Roedner of Stuttgart and his sister Beverly finished second in the men s and women beginners division respectively. Lapland is Angler s Paradise a Hundred thousand Miles of Rivers and streams 17,000 lakes an Remote campsites with names you can t pronounce these Are the fishing grounds of swedish Lapland on Europe s untouched last Frontier. Above the Arctic Circle where the Midnight Sun shines Bright on Trout Grayling and Char the Waters Are inexpensive to fish with packaged Tours by seaplane and boat for anxious anglers in search of guaranteed catches. Takeoff spot for most of the Tours is the Arctic City of Kiruna cradled snuggle Between two neatly terraced mountains of Iron Street Kiruna reflects much of the Romance of Frontier life with rambling Frame shacks still holding out against the inevitable March of modern High Rise apartments. Numbered among the pedestrians along with mining families and Knapsack burdened hikers Are nomadic lapps the leathery Breed of Reindeer herders colourfully Clad in primitive fashions. With Only 26,000 inhabitants outnumbered by roaming Reindeer Kiruna claims to be the largest City in the world. That it is in land area. About the size of the state of Connecticut and slightly bigger than Lebanon Kiruna has Many of the Rich fishing grounds an Sweden s highest Mountain within its City limits. Three different fishing Tours each about five Days Long Are scheduled oat of Kiruna this summer. The Tab runs to about $95, including transportation and congenial group size of the group is determined by the four or five passenger seaplanes that Airlift the anglers Over the Tundra to the fishing pitching in Pete Bicheri left of the a Vire oriols. Who was called to duty with w i1 onal Stuart re Minnesota beat the senators 2-0 in the presidential opener wednesday. Quo year a oink Hert pitched the traditional opener for the nuts in the same stadium. With the Oriol hurler is Dick Williams another National guardsman. Associated press photo seaplanes lift anglers to fishing Camps in Finland. Grounds. Wooden huts at the campsites Are furnished with a full Range of Kitchen utensils and mattresses for sleeping bags which can be rented on the Well stocked Camps come with boats fishing tackle for Sale or rent a fish curing Shack provisions and a Sauna the invigorating steam Bath that s Scandinavia s sizzling answer to Hari Kari. Kiruna is about three hours by air from Stockholm less thana hour from Romsoe North Norway s traditional Arctic Gateway and seaport. Tours Are packaged for three different Camps All Tongue Heisters Rast Jaure perched in the Northwestern most Niche of Sweden by the Borders of Norway and Finland sino Jaure some 40 mile South of Rast Jaure and Kama Jaure More to the West of Kiruna. Even though the fishing grounds Are above the Arctic Circle there s no need to chop a Hole in the ice to make a catch. The tropical currents of the Gulf Stream Send warm breezes in fro the coast of Norway not far away. Summer Days Are in the mid-70s, but there can be a nocturnal nip in the Mountain air in May and june even with the disconcert ing Midnight Sun blazing away. Spain Angler cashes in on chips dear Johnny thought you might be interested in the following t. Sgt. Ken Neth g. Winkler a member of the Madrid Rod and gun club while fishing and munching on potato chips caught a 31-Pound re not sure what part the potato chips played in Landing the fish so we leave this to your this fish Story goes the Pike hit the bait and Ken s line got lopped around some obstruction on the Bottom of the Lake. However this was Only part of his problem As Ken and his partner sgt. Bill Burkey had neglected to launch the scampering around the boat was launched and paddling through the Wake made by the fish they managed to Gaff the Pike. If someone does t bring in a larger fish before the end of the month this fish will net Ken $10 in can rest assured that others Are trying hard As so and 23-Pounders have been recorded during the same re not sure what kind of bait was used but there s been a run on potato chips at the you at Berchtesgaden. By the Way i might mention that 1 am taking Over As custodian of the Madrid god and gun club. Leslie e. Berg

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