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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - August 5, 1968, Darmstadt, HessePage 22 the stars and stripes monday August 5, belgian dutchman fire 67s Swaelens Roesink tied for Woodlawn Lead by join Williamson staff writer ramste1n, Germany is Belgium s Donald Swaelens and Marly Hoo sink of the n e t h e a lands fired three under Par 67s Here sunday to share tie first round Lead As the Rains finally let up enough to allow the an Nual Woodlawn International invitational Golf tournament to make the scoreboard after com plete washouts on Friday and South africans 1968 Ger Man open Champ Barry Frank Lin and Denis Hutchinson two time previous Winner Here were phantoms tip raiders in 1o to stay alive by Jack Antey staff writer Ben Waters England is a two out single by chief Reyna in the tenth inning scored Larry Livingston from second with the winning run Ashe Ben Waters phantoms edged the Wethersfield raiders her sunday 3-2, on a nifty six hitter chief s War club Wethersfield a r h Biver Oman so 4000 bin Glam c 4000jowers of 4110 Guerra 3b 4121santoro if 4000 Foster of 3000 Tiller a proper 2b Webb in Bent Watersa r h by drinks p Hollender 000 021010 000000 Langston 2b Peralez a Reyna c Neuman feyers in Wilson 3bhadley ii Bangs if George p Morrow Ali 51215000 51405021 4010 40003010 20002100 30001000 total 34 2 6 a total 39 3 10 2xtwo out when winning run scored. Wethersfield 00010000012bentwaters 100 000 000 23 a Santoro Peralez Driggs Reyna Veronn. Do Ben Waters 1, Wethersfield 1. Lob Wethersfield 3, Ben Waters 8. A penile 2, Guerra. So Bangs. A Reyna Santoro Morrow. In Driggs 8 Hollender pm 32-3 w.3-1 10 u 5 5 r by by so 1012 2101 2217 we Hollender. T2 14. A4t3. Standings Safe Germany conference won lost pet. Go Wiesbaden 18 5 .762 Darmstadt 6 6 .727ramstein 14 6 .700 1 Pitburg 2 9 .571 4sembacli 10 10 .500 5 i Hahn 3 17 .150 12m, 2 20 .001 us sunday results Wien alien at Pitburg postponed rain rescheduled for monday 1 . At bit Burg i is Inbach at Hahn unreported Kurusu in it Rhein main uni ported Dunn Stadt Bye up a Heyford a Onmi iry Lak Viilu ath London . Conference won lost pet. 1411 8 7 2 5 8 9 8 14 .875 .g8h .500 .42 .00 1 go 38 7 7vi 134 sunday s results i Atwaters 3, Wethersfield 2, to innings Ali on Liui a 11, upper Heyford to Lal flu ath at London unreported Usa eur Marc league won lost kit into a 15 2 0 7 g g 8 h 7 10 wll Deli ski ii 5 11 bail Singon 5 12 a clinched league Champion. Sunday s result Kil Long ii 5, j sri Weinfurt 12, bad Asi Liall a Liuigi at wild Terkun pet. .50 1 ,50 .412 Lii go 5 8 ii n 2 Unn i by Ted George to stay alive in Safe . Conference race. The raiders had gone ahead in their half of the tenth 2-1, on Ray Guerra s single a Sacri fice by Dick Santoro and Darrell Roper s run scoring blow. Operand Guerra accounted for four of Wethersfield s two base throwing error by Tim Vroman on Don Bangs routine grounder opened the Ben Waters winning Willie Morrow executed a perfect sacrifice an Livingston singled Home Bangs after Arnie Skogstrand flick Peralez collected his Sec Ond single and fourth hit of the Day to set the stage for Reyna s single to right. Ben Waters upped its season Mark to 11-5 while the raiders lost Only their second contest in16 outings. The phantoms now Trail Wethersfield by three game with Only four More tilts slated. George a Side arming lefty went the distance to notch his third win in four decisions. The curve Balling 21-year-old struck out seven and walked George Hollender re placed Dennis Driggs at the Star of the seventh and was dealt his first loss As he was roughed up for five hits. Hollender has won three. Peralez scored in the first forthe phantoms when he hit a two out double and continued around the bases when left fielder Sandy Foster s throw into second strayed High Over the infield. The raiders tied it in the fourth when Danny Jowers crossed the plate. Dave Bing Ham reached second on a throw ing error by Peralez but was Cut Down at the plate on Jowers single to right As the relay from Livingston to George to Reyna nipped him on a close play. Jow ers took second on the throw to Home and came in on Guerra s double. Guerra was thrown out by Reyna on an attempted steal. George retired the first eighteen he faced before walking Driggs on a full stranded Only three base runners while Bent Waters left eight men on including three in the fifth. The Phan Toms muffed a scoring Chance in the sixth when Peralez led off with his second double. He was sacrificed to third by Rey but a pitch out called by the Alert Bingham surprised Peralez Foran easy out. A stroke behind at 68. Australia Frank Phillips and Gerard de wit of the Netherlands had 89sto round out the sextet that came in under Schlicht an american Amateur playing out of s t u 11-Gart, was tied for seventh at 70 with pros Graham Henning of South Africa and Scotland s Jim , finishing late in the Field missed a Chance to takeover sole Possession of the Lead when he missed the Green with his second shot on the Par four 18th, chipped Short and t w of putted for u bogey. The bogey was Swaelens firs of the Day and it was Only the second Green he had missed. Lie went Over the Short 10th fro the tee but chipped Back to with in four birded the first two holes with putts of two and four feet and was on the Par five Lith in two to get another Bird. His Only Long putt a 30-footer, gave him his fourth Bird a two on no. 17.Roesink canned six one putters in carving out his 35-32. H i Sonly bogey was on the Par three fifth where he three putted from25 feet. The weather though permit Ting play was not Ideal. Most of the pros while praising the condition of the course said that the slowness of the greens duet the downpours of the past several Days made it difficult swinging Swaelens Don Swaelens of Belgium swings Sweet Iron on the Par-3 seventh Hole during the Woodlawn inter National invitational Golf tournament sunday at Ramstein Germany. Swaelens got his Par on the Hole and went on to record a 67 to tie for the first round Lead with Marty Roesink of the Netherlands. Sets photo by Schuettler to judge putting distances Roesink a handsome oter remarked after i s round hate playing in the rain and i t k Mueh by Tor a Day Thani had on the other two Star s was Well pleased with my Nav Swaelens said i could t have hit the Ball much better h is could t get the Long putts Franklin also oomph undo about his putting but also said that i was merely inability to judge the proper distances he three putted three times on the front Side for a 36, but came Back a 32, picking up an Eale on the Par five 16th after hitting a four Iron to within six feet of the 525 Yard Hole with his second was also satisfied with his-88. I played quite Stead ily he said. My Only really bad Hole was when 1 three putted no. 4 in the Early morning while the water was still pretty heavy on the Schlicht a Soldier from Madi son wis., had an Eagle and three birdies to match his four bogeys in equating Par. His Eagle came on the 464-Yard Lith where he Laid a two Iron to within a foot of the cup. Andy Seward. An american was next among. The amateurs with a 71. Pro am winners Lane and Roesink teamed unto take the pro Amateur honors for the first Day with a Best Ballof 61. Eight other teams were tied at 63.the rain was i lit in the morn ing stopped about noon and the returned in the form of a drench ing Shower at about 4 . The course was drying rapidly though and most of the pro predicted lower scores for Mon Day s final 18 leaders 332-68 Marty Roesink the Donald . I Piui Barry Franklin s. Air Denis Hutch Nhon s. An Frank Phillips au.-= Gerard de wit thu Nyu Graham Hermong s. Lynch Scotland. A Ralph Schlicht i Westbrook Zaini i Barry Coxon aim Nilia Gordon Gray England. A Andy Seward . Michael Cal Nook us. Gary head Robert Shaw Australia Roger Manning England 117-35-73 Booky Maharaj Germany. 37-36w Tim woo Bank Australia Kyle Burton. Amateur. 7-32-69 a -70 35-35-70 30-34-74 ,tv33-71 3s-33-71 37-34-n 37-34-71 7-34-71 t -3ft-72 stewart9 Matra Ford take wet race at continued from Page 2t can engine ran As sweetly As inexpensive watch throughout the year s race was one of the slowest on the grand Pri circuit Ever. The snarling for Mula one autos left Clouds of Spray in their Wake and this coupled with the driving rain and fog made overtaking extremely this Stewart turned in a fantastic 9 36.0 minutes forthe eighth Lap. The first casualty of the ele ments was the Cooper Brm driven by England s Vic skidded off the track and spartans rally to clip sky Kings 11-6 upper Heyford England special a five run third in Ning wiped out a 3-0 deficit for Alconbury Here sunday and got the spartans off and running Toan 11-6 . Conference Victory Over upper Heyford. Ronnie Huff s three run double highlighted the third inning up rising for the spartans. Huff an Doug Huston each had three hits. The Host sky Kings had Takena 3-0 Lead on a single run in the first inning and Pete Burns two run Homer in the Baldwin contributed three hits to the Heyford cause. Alconbury 006 202 2001113 8 upper Heyford. 120 012 000 Al 11 4lang, Kuys a and Hodge Paimli o Lavur Chi and Xum Liow. A lung. lilt l i i or Huy Furu Burn i. Out of the race on the first Lap but without injury. One of the a Luckiest Driver was new Sealander Chris Amon who fought desperately to wrest second place from Hill and spun off Only two laps from the supreme 12th-Lap Effort to get past the englishman on Theuner Burgering s North curve came to grief almost predict ably As his Ferrari lost traction and whirled off the crowd of 200,000, huddled under umbrellas around the14.25-mile course gave him a terrific rain and Spray played havoc with a number of other autos. England s John Surtees took his japanese Honda into the pits twice to have water logged plugs changed before the trouble recurred again and forced him to Drivers who gave up included Lucien Bianchi the Bel Gian Pilot of a Cooper Brm whose car developed a fuel leak and Switzerland s to Siffert whose Lotus Ford gave out after water entered the Beloise skidded off the track without injury on the ninth Lap and abandoned with his 12-Cylinder s Jackie irks held a position at the Start which was delayed for almost a half How while the starting no was re arranged for safety reasons. The cars were lined up in a formation instead of a. Avoid possible accidents by cd spinning out of control on the surface. ,. .nt0hill, who was move k Imo second Row because of 1 c a took Over the running Tiki " initial Leader As l Stu Tonto the first Bend hut lost Stewart shortly afterwards. Scotsman steadily in Lead to the end. Other results a Iii Lui 1 4. Jaeky icky he i to i " " Rupolo i. A trial "1111 6. Jack Brabham a u " Repco i. A. Pedro Rodrigue. _ m 7. Penny Hulme in w " " Ford or 8. Mors courage. Hsiuin �. Uan Ciungu a u Ato

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