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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - December 15, 1967, Darmstadt, HesseFriday december 15, 1967 the stars and stripes Shi Page 21 Val d Sere. France Austria s Gerhard Nenning won the men s gain slalom at the criteria us of first Snow races Here after Switzerland s Kur Huggler who had clocked the Best time was was caught in 1 min Ute 49.28 seconds for the run edging France s Guy Perrilliat who recorded a 1 50.21. Third was St aft other austrian Karl Schranz with world Champion Jean Claude Killy of France fourth and America s Billy kid fifth. Kidd who was making his firs big race Start since breaking a leg 18 months ago indicated hews satisfied with his perform Ance. The 1964 Winter games Sil ver medallist was timed in 1 50.64. Leg stood up Fine i enjoyed the run and the leg stood up real Fine. I had no real problem said the 24-year-Olduniversity of Colorado student. Kidd said he is not yet in pea condition and was concerned that he did not reach his Peak before the Winter olympics in Grenoble next Hue a the other top yank skier first listed As disqualified ended up in 20th place. Rick Chaffee wound up 21stwith a time of 1 52.22 and Jere Elliott was 23rd in 1 53.93. Bot moved up As the result of 21 Dis qualifications which claimed among others the yanks spider Sabich. James Barrows Lori Werner and Harry Ryan. Had been Lith Sabich had been ranked the highest of the group Lith with Barrows credited with a 27th be fore being eliminated. The first half of the course which included 84 Gates and a drop of 495 meters provided the most difficulties especially a Sharp jump on a Bend near the Halfway Mark. Killy said he made a mistake at that Point when his skies came too close together on the turn. Al though he was easily the fastest racer Over the lower half of Therun he could not make up the lost time. Nenning s Victory was & great morale Booster for the austrians who have been hit by injuries and from a up dispatches Kobayashi to captures title Tokyo up Hirosh Kobayashi of Japan won the world Junior lightweight title wednesday night when he knocked out defending Champion Yoshiaki Numata in the twelfth round of their scheduled 15-round title end of the first world title match betwee two japanese fighters came at 1 minute 56 seconds of the 12th round when Kobayashi knocked Dow the Champion three times. No count was necessary by referee to Toyama be cause under regulation for the fight it was a knockout win for Kobayash when he scored his third Knockdown in the same round. Kobayashi 23, weighed in at 129 pounds. Numata 22, weighed 129%. Financial squabbles about the Cost of sending teams to Gre Noble in first part was Tough and i was in some difficulty Nen Ning said. But i managed to stay on my feet and had a a massive Field of Over 100skiers from 19 nations took part in the contest which was run imperfect conditions with Fine sunny weather and a thin cover of powder Snow Over the hard packed surface. The disqualified Hugler and Nenning were almost a full Sec Ond ahead of the first French Man Perillat. The race had to be moved unto the col de l Iserman famed As a summer Snow Center because of a Lack of Snow on the lower slopes near the Village of Vald Sere. The French ski team had planned to do its Early train ing Here but later switched to a spot in the pyrenees mountains. First appeared Winner Hugler of Switzerland first appeared As the Winner with a tune of 1 49.03, but his Hope were shattered when judges ruled that he had missed two Gates. Usually the Val d Sere race fail to attract All the world s Best skiers. This year everyone is on hand however As placings count towards starting position sin the Winter olympics opening in Grenoble on feb. 6. There were a record 107 Start ers from 19 countries for the morning s giant slalom with at Tention entered on French Ace Jean Claude Killy and Austria Skarl Schranz. Val d Sere France a Isabelle Mir of France thursday won the women s special slalom of the criteria us of first Snow ski races after some of her More famous rivals had been disqualified or fell during the Stocky Little miss mir1, 18, and still improving beat out Gertrud Gabl of Austria by Al most a second. Miss Mir was timed in 1 13.17, miss Gabl 1 14.11 Karen Budge of Jackson wyo.,captured third place with 1 15.22. � Florence Steurer of France who had been credited with the fastest time Britt Lafforgue of France who had first been listed third and Robin morning of Santa Monica calif., originally placed fourth All were disqualified. Marielle Gitschel and her North s Mobile Ala. Up a 27-Man North squad was named wednesday for the 19th annual senior bowl football classic Jan. 6. The lineup includes two men each from Rose bowl bound Indiana the sugar bowl Wyoming and Gator bowl entry Penn state. Cowl t guard Gary Cassells a Sec Ond team United press inter National All America Choice and defensive lineman Doug c r a n will represent the hoosiers in the nationally televised Abc game. Undefeated Wyoming will Send quarterback Paul Toscano and Tail Back Jim Kiick. Penn state will have defensive lineman Mik Mcbath and defensive Back Tim Montgomery. The North team also include defensive Back Dick Anderson of Colorado another second Jim Kiick. Cowboys Star Dick Anderson. Buffs defensive Back sister Christine Beranger were eliminated. Also Swaffer to peace corps Stillwater okla. Up Bob Swaffar whose basketball career was ended three year Sago by a severed said Here that he and his wife would leave Oklahoma state University next month and enter the peace corps. Verga gains in Point race Minneapolis a Bob Verga of the Dallas Chaparral is getting closer to the scoring Lead in the american basketball association. Verga boosted his average to26.8 Points for 21 games and was Only two tenths of a Point behind Pace setting Levern tart of the Oakland Oaks in the official statistics for games through last sunday. Tart has averaged 27.0through 23 games. He has Only one three Point Field goal while Verga has 12. Anaheim s Les Selvage leads the league with24 three pointers. Mel Daniels of Minnesota maintained his grip on first place in rebounding with 400 in24 games for a 16.7 average. Player team1. Tart Oak. 2. Verga dal.3. Moe . 4. Hawkins Pitt g Foft it. Avg.23 224 16s 620 27.0 21 202 123 563 26.825 224 147 598 23.9 27 223 182 631 23.45. Jackson . 21 125 154 476 22.7 6. Daniels min. 24 208 119 535 22.37. L. Jones Den. 8. Brown ind. 0. Lewis ind.10. J. Jones . 25 182 146 516 20.6 26 194 136 533 20.527 200 138 544 20.2 25 190 114 497 19.9three-Point Field coals Jackson 24 Verga 12 Brown 3 l. Jones and Lewis i 2 each tart Moe Hawkins and j. I Jones 1 each. Mrs. King gains aussie net semis from a up dispatches Adelaide Australia Billiejean King slammed her Way into the semifinals of the South australian Lawn Tennis championships Here thursday the Only one of a three girl . Contin gent to survive Quarter final matches. Mrs. King of Berkeley calif.,polished off Jan Young of Vic Toria in straight sets 6-4, 6-1 with the Type of Power Tennis that won her the Wimbledon and . Women s singles titles this sum Mer. Pair Defeated Rosemary Casals and Kathy Harter were Defeated in semis bids however. Pony tailed Judy Tegart bested miss Casals of san Francisco who had double fault problems,6-3, 9-11, 6-2 for her 10th Victory in 12 tries Over the american girl. Kerry Melville proved too steady for miss Harter of Seal each calif., 9-7, 4-6, 6-3. Wimbledon and . Champion John Newcombe led three other australians into the men s sin Gles semifinals. Team All America selection sellout crowd of 40,605 is expected to see the game Inland stadium. The South team already announced with five ail americans and three second team choices will be coached by Hank Stram of the Kansas City chiefs. The North will be coached by Mike Holovak of the Boston patriots making his second appearance in the game. Members of the winning Tea receive $1,000 each and $750 each goes to the losers. The North had two winners a quarterback with Toscano who led Wyoming to its undefeated season and John Schneider of Toledo which lost Only on game. Toscano passed for 18 touchdown during the season and Schneider hit 10 to passes. Talented receivers their receivers Are talented with Tulsa s Rick Eber who caught 10 touchdown passe during the season Haven Moses of Small College Power Sandiego state Ken Dyer of Arizona state and Bill Anderson Ohio state. To augment the passing attack Holovak will have powerful running in Kiick of Wyoming a 211-Pounder, Lee White of Weber state 6-foot-4and 232 pounds and Iowa states Tom Busch 190 Holovak was provided with six offensive linemen averaging238 pounds per Man and four front defenders averaging 241. Defensive Linein the defensive line Are the 6-foot-5, 237-Pound Crusan to Domres of Illinois 238 Jim Mccord of Nebraska 245 an Penn state s Mcbath 245. Montgomery 185 of pen state was named with Colora do s Anderson 204harr Cheatwood of Oklahoma state Instate the 180 and Michigan Drake Garrett 180 defensive Beefy offensive line includes Cassells of Indiana 221joe Przybycki of Michi Gan state 245bob Robertson of Illinois 230 and Russ Washington of Missouri 285 centers linebackers centers were John Erquiaga of Urcla 217 and Jim Murphy of Syracuse 230 linebackers were Barry Alva rez of Nebraska 235john Douglas of Missouri 215dan Lankas of Kansas state 212 and Roger Rosema of Michigan 220. The North will be shooting forts second straight Victory in he series which is led by the South 11-6 with one tie. The North won last year 35-13.some of the players will arrive for practice the weekend of dec. 31 with the bowl players arriving after new year s Day Ames. Practice begins new year s Day but much of the Day is devoted to watching the bowl games on television. 200 possible for 4th army mat ring meets a twp it mint nor. A n i. Goeppinger Germany is the hosting 4th div is expecting a combined to Tal of More than 200 participant sin the 1967 7th army International invitational boxing and wrestling tournaments next week in Ansbach and four Day boxing program opens tuesday at Hindenburg Ca sern Ansbach with weigh ins at 8 . The fights will begin at 7 . Each evening with on afternoon to be added if the entry list is heavy wrestling tourney opens its three Day run at Pinder bar Racks in Birndorf with weigh ins at 8 . On thursday. The wrestling will Start each Day at 10 .in the last 7th army invitational International boxing tour Ney six of the 10 weight division championships were taken by germans. Tourney officials expect somewhere Between 40 and50 germans to be taking part again this tourneys Are open both to . And Allied forces in Europe. Prospective participants need Only show up for the weigh ins. While the boxing will be Heldon an individual basis Only the wrestling tourney will offer individual and team trophies. Ten team Points will be awarded for each first place wrestler with seven Points going for second place four for third and two for will also make up a Good portion of the wrestling Competition probably about one third. Olympic freestyle rules will be in effect

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