European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Apr 15 1968, Page 20

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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - April 15, 1968, Darmstadt, HesseMonday april is 196fl th6 stars and 21 pathfinders record win Over 24th Baum older rolling pathfinders compe air highest total of the year in rocking the 24th div 102-79, Here sat it was the second straight Vic tory for the pathfinders now 2-4 and bracing for their final contest against the 3rd div tues Day. The 8th div is now the Only team remaining with a shot at the Marne men who Lead the second half with a perfect 6-0 Jim Sindab was the big gun for the winners who got 30 Points from the 0-2 guard plus another personal tourney High of 21 from Bill Cha Matt. Steady Mel Johnson chipped in with 22 and another Fine All around performance. A the contest was close Early with the pathfinders holding Only a 20-16 margin. A half court press upped the Lead to 10 Points As Sindab was the big scorer an the 8th div left holding a 45-38 margin at stayed that Way Early in the second stanza until wit height minutes gone coach Greg Ball pulled Forward Bob Langland inserted 6-foot guard Blu Jennings into the Pivot. Jennings responded with 13 Points and made some Fine pass offs to break the contest wide open. Also contributing was me Johnson who got hot to get ,13 of his 22 after the lauds Chatman Murdock Williams was the Only lion eager to score with consistency for the losers hit Ting for 25 Points on nine Field goals and seven free close by hosting com z at Augsburg. Com a with a 5-1record, is the Only team with a Chance of tying for second Hal honors after having won the first half on a had special Praise for Chatman who was nine for 16from the floor Sindab and John son As Well As Jennings for his Pivot work. Though the pathfinders Are out of the race for Cage honors they the not remain Idle in anticipation of their crucial with the 3rd div. They practice easter sunday morning and Bau indicated that his club might havea few surprises for the Marne perhaps Cope with the Jird div s expected Superior re bounding 8th div has been hurting to rebounding for its last two games since Ball excused 6-5 Narles Jones one of the team Stop scorers from the team for missing practice. In div 8th div f t Opta 14 Martin 328 7 25 Chatman 8 3 21338 Sindab 11 8 30 t 0 14 10 h 32183 Jonins 4 5 13 248 Lang 3 1 6316 Kennedy Oil g 4 9 i Kuh trunking Lena Colemun Forsu Wademon 0 a 1 0 21l div m. Slut Anu cult main. Fouls _ 21th div. 8th div 24. Looking up world Light heavyweight Cham on the 6-3 Foster at Madison Square Garden on Lon Dick Tiger finds himself looking up at May 24. Tiger s motto probably is the bigger challenger Bob Foster. The 5-8 Tiger takes they come the harder they photo comets rip if aim in 7-inning tilt Darmstadt Germany Spe Cial the Darmstadt comets battered the Hahn Hawks Here sunday 15-1, in an exhibition rout that was halted by Mutual agreement of the Safe Ger North cagers Bounce Back to whip South Wichita Kan. A the North overcame a 14-Point Defi Cit in the second half and beat the South 116-104 saturday night in the third annual North Southall Star basketball game. The North went ahead to Sta when Wisconsin s Joe Franklin drove in for a Layup and made the score 94-92 with seven min utes to s Warren Armstrong was voted the game s most valuable player for his 15 assists seven rebounds and 13 Points forthe North. Franklin led the North s scoring with 20 Williams of Iowa had 19. Brigham Young s Jim Eiki sled the South scorers with 16 Points and 15 rebounds. Mik Warren of Urcla had 15 and Rodger Bohnenstiehl of kansas14. Fridley scores Ace on Terceira 4th Hole Lajes Field azores Spe Cial Olanta Fridley scored his first Hole in one recently at the Terceira Golf course. He used a six Iron on the Parthree fourth Hole. Many conference teams after seven innings. Jerry Luke hurled five Strong innings for the comets striking out eight while holding the Hawks to one hit Jim Ott s run scoring single in the second. The comets gathered 13 hit sin their second straight exhibition runaway. Al Jenkins Jerry Luke and Fred Goodberry had two got started with a five run first inning on four hits three walks and two errors. The comets added one in the second three in the third four in the fourth and two in the but two of the Darmstadt runs were charged to Hawk starter Tom Chandler. He gave up 11 hits in his four inning Bell Jenkins and Dave Gardner All had two run single for the comets. Oaks took lumps at the Gate too Oakland Calif. Up figures show it was a Long season for the american basketball association s Oakland Oaks at the Box office As Well Ason the court. Thirty Oaks games at homed re a 76,178 nine at Home courts outside Oakland Drew but 9,859and Road games pulled 88,576. It All comes out to about 2,500 game at Home and 2,300 on the smallest crowd was 605 which turned up at the Coli Seum during the Oak s 17-game losing Streak. The largest Home crowd was just two Days earlier when 5,402 showed up to watch Oakland Battle rival Anaheim. Heidelberg Blanks Mannheim in Tennis 6-0 Heidelberg special Heidelberg High school ten icum remained undefeated in a t Romp Over Mann s Bison Here Friday. Is pvn Traci brother. Al Andi wove scored Back to Back 9-1 for coach Tom Micket is Al toppled John Berry Man and Steve Defeated Gary Cordova. In the boys doubles John Nicks and Mike Van sickle gave the Lions a 9-2 Victory Over Bruce Degi and Pete Hicks. The Heidelberg girls double steam of Juanita Munsey and Celeste York remained undefeated with a 9-0 shutout Over Paula Fryer and Lisa Miles Sisters Dag and Evelin completed the lion sweep. In the closest match of the Day Dag Defeated Martha Reade 9-4, and Evelin subdued Kathy Fassnacht 9-1. Storm knocks swedes from e. Africa run Nairobi up Sweden Bengt Soderstrom and Gunnar Palm were eliminated from the East african safari sunday for exceeding the time limits when their Ford Lotus Cortina was delayed by mud caused by a Freak thunderstorm As they moved off from mount Kilimanjaro 200miles South of Here. Their elimination excluded thelast overseas competitors from the rally and dashed any hop of Ford s winning the team prize or even finishing As a team. If the 16th safari is won atall it will again be won by a local Driver but even this was doubtful under the prevailing conditions. We must fear that the 16thsafari May sink without Trace due to the flood conditions on the second leg the Nairobi newspaper sunday nation said. The swedish pair had held Sec Ond place behind the Dat Sun of local Drivers Joginder Singh an Beverley Miles Smith which was also bogged Down by mud an lost the Over All Lead to the Triumph 2000 of Howard Lawrence Brown and Gerry Hegarty also local Drivers. 80 Grinders report Evanston i. A North Western s Spring football drills Start with a squad of 80 Candi dates. Swim skein by Hickcox Greenville n. C. A Indiana s Charles Hickcox won the 200-Yard Butterfly saturday afternoon in the National aau Short course swimming championships to become the first Man in history to win six straight events in consecutive major american had won the 200-Yard individual Medley thursday an the 100-Yard backstroke Friday in this meet at East Carolin University. Two weeks ago he won the same three individual titles during the Mcaa championships at Hanover n. was the High individual Point getter in the meet an the Only competitor to win More than two events. Mark Spitz the17-year-old High schooler from Santa Clara Calif., won his Sec Ond title by taking the 200-Yard had any margin to spare in saturday s races. Hick Cox was pushed All the Way in the 200-Yard backstroke by Mitch Ivey of the Santa Clara swim club and Spitz tra Lingross Wales of Princeton univer sity with 10 Yards to go put Ona burst of Power that got him in front at the did the 200-Yard Back stroke in 1 54.93 to Ivey s1 55.19. Spitz was 49.72 in the 100-Yard Butterfly with Wales at 50.04. Burton wins Mike Burton who two weeks ago became the first Man i history to swim the 1,650-free style in less than 16 minutes broke the aau meet record by winning this event in 16 04.56.the 15 59.40 Burton did in the Mcaa championships is the pending world record. Other winners saturday were Donald havens of the univer sity of Southern California inthe 100-Yard freestyle Bryan Job a Santa Clara High school Junior in the 200-Yard breast stroke and the 800-Yard free style relay team from Indiana. Hickcox making a Strong bid to succeed Young Spitz As the Premier swimmer in the unite states won easily in the Only meeting Between the two. That was in the 200-Yard individual Medley thursday an event i which he has the pending Amer ican record of 1 52.56. He did that in the Mcaa Champion ships Hickcox a 21-year-old Junior at Indiana and a native of Phoe Nix ariz., lost a fourth Gold medal when the Hoosier 400-Yard Medley relay team was disqualified thursday night after posting a record time for that he came Back saturday afternoon to swim a leg on in Diana s winning 800-Yard free style relay team that set a meet record with a winning time of 6 55.11. Saints sneak by Holland Nino 3-2 bad Kreuz Nach Germany special Dan Taylor hurled a two hitter Here sunday to take the support Cpd saints past the Holland Nicols 3-2, in a exhibition game. It was the fourth straight non league Victory for the saints defending Usa eur champions after a season opening loss. Taylor who struck out eight and walked three had a no hit Ler going until the ninth inning when the Nieolas struck for two singles and their second Bonds drove in the saints first run with a first inning sin Gle and Cliff Stokes accounted for the others with a two run Homer Over the left Field Fence in the Nicols first run came in the seventh inning on a hit bats Man Ami three stolen bases

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