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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - December 17, 1967, Darmstadt, HessePage 20 the stars and stripes sunday december 17, 1967 . Meet change for Wimbledon Baltimore a Athree Day Tennis tournament Here which would have conflicted with the Wimbledon championship will be rescheduled tallow John Newcombe to defend his Wimbledon rescheduling also will allow the rest of the eight player world championship Tennis inc., tour to play at Naylor a sportswriter for the Baltimore Sun said in Astory for saturday s editions that Dave Dixon of new or leans la., president of world championship Tennis made the decision. Dixon s organization presently has under contract America s Dennis Ralston and Earl Buch Holz and France s Pierre Barthes and plans to sign new Combe and Tony Roche of Australia Cliff Drysdale of South Africa Niki Pilic of Yugoslavia and Roger Taylor of England. Supports British courage responding to thursday s Brit ish Lawn Tennis association vote to open the 1968 Wimbledon tournament to amateurs and professionals Naylor quote Dixon As stating we have what i believe to Bea firm contractual commitment in Baltimore and had reached agreement to play two other cities in the United states Dur ing the Wimbledon dates. But if i have to pay people off to buy my Way out of these commit ments our players will be a Wimbledon. I be decided that if the Brit ish Are courageous enough to stick their necks out i would the much of a Guy if i did not permit my men to play at thursday s British vote gave the Green Light to open tournaments in England effective april 22, two Days before the Start of the British Harcourt championships. . Hockey club ties Canada 4-4 Winnipeg a three third period goals carried the . National hockey team to �4-4 tie with Canada s Western National team Here before 1,90fans. Canada out shooting the americans 42-26, led 3-0 after the first period and 3-1 after o Shea Brian Harper Gerry Pinder and marshal Johnston scored Canada s goals. Jack Morrison John Cuniff Len Lilly Holm and Doug Volmar scored for the americans. Final College Grid standings big ten conference games w Indiana 0 undue 6 Minnesota 6 Ohio state 6 Mich. State. 3 Linol 3 Michigan 3 Northwestern 2 Owa 0wisconsin 0 l. T of a 0 122 113 0 225 91 0 127 84 0 108 1060 137 111 0 102 146 0 104 136 0 125 14366 6 1 113 1741 9 152 w 9 8 8 6 3 4 4 3 1 0 All games big eight cop conference Garnet l. 12 28 7 81 a 9 t of a 0 194 145 0 my 154 0 163 109 0 145 120 0 173 193 0 143 213 0 144 179 0 149 213 1 181 277 1 120 224 Atlantic coast conference conference games All games w Clemson 6 . State. 5 3. Carolina. 4 Virginia 3w. Forest 3 Duke 2 n. Carolina. 2 Maryland 0 l0 12 34 4b 6 t of a 0 118 38 0 132 52 108 103140 84 101 75 115 40 151 w 6 8 6 6 4 4 2 0 l4 22 66 68 9 t of a 0 166 128 0 200 87 0 159 16 0 172 169 0 175 253 0 143 153 0 101 182 0 46 231 w Oklahoma 6 Colorado 6 Kansas 5 Missouri 4 Oklahoma state 3 Nebraska 3 Iowa state 1 Kansas state. 0 Missouri Valle conference games w l t North Texas. 4 0 Tulsa 2 1 Cincinnati. 2 2 Louisville. 1 i Wichita 0 4 a Memphis St. 0 0 Terence All games w 8 8 � 7 4 to 1 l 1 t 3 4 4 8 t of pa0 226 64 0 214 92 0 166 146 0 134 to 1 109 102 0 127 83 0 86 275 0 90 263 conference All games l t of a 1 1 278 138 8 w7 68 52 6 a Memph i state competes for Valley title in 1968. Western athletic conference 0 269 132 0 111 1890 237 127 1 140 201 0 205 150 Southwest conference conference games Texas am. 6 Texas tech. 54 Texas 4 Arkansas 3 sum 2 Rice Baylor 0 l 1 2 2 3 3 4 b 6 t of 0 147 0 150/130 0 -3/ 80 0 146 99 f 164 121 0 t�8 132 0 52 117 1 59 131 All games w l t of a 6 4 0 191 138 6 4 0 217 165 4 5 0 99 157 4 0 188 123 4 5 1 200 149 2 7 0 107 200 3 0 137 150 1 7 1 76 172 w Wyoming b Arizona state 4 Brigham Young 3 Utah 2 Arizona 1 new Mexico. 0 conference games t up a 0 147 46 0 /9 99 110 98 120 150 0 115 146 0 83 232 w 10 8 6 3 8 1 All games l. 02 47 t of a 0 279 99 0 350 210 0 279 215 0 179 232 1 162 231 0 152 433 Southeastern conference conference games All games Tennessee. B Alabama 4 Georgia Florida Auburn leu Mississippi Kentucky Vanderbilt. Mississippi St. 4 3 3 3 1 0 0 l0 12 22 22 65 6 t of a 0 10b 54 0 � 58 0 /38 70. 0/123 120 a 123 72 t 155 50 1 110 94 0 87 194 0 106 164 0 7 158 w8 77 66 6b 22 1 l. 1 1 3 3 3 3 3a t of a 0 218 101 7 181 108 0 250 116 0 188 141 0 234 116 1 248 114 1 164 148 0 111 230 1 151 200 0 46 249 Yale Dartmouth Harvard Princeton Cornell Pennsylvania Brown Columbia. Ivy league conference games w l t of a 7b 44 42 10 02 8a 2s b7 0 250 78 0 153 128 0 166 131 0 183 141 1 164 131 0 111 186 t 61 194 0 69 168 All games w l t of a 8 1 0 278 110 7 t 0 206 152 8 0 248 146 8 3 0 233 143 6 2 1 210 1453 6 0 173 238 2 8 1 71 206 2 7 0 110 195 Southern conference w Massachusetts 6 Connecticut. 4 Rhode Island. 2 new Hampshire 2 Vermont 1 Maine 0 Yankee conference conference games am games a t of a w i. T of a 0 0 128 60 71 0 192 05 1 0 89 72 4 4 0 160 151 2 1 89 72 2 1 163 110 30 8 53 6 3 0 169 66 3 1 30 75 3 b 1 96 145 5 0 28 120 0 8 0 42 242 conference games West Virginia East Carolina Richmond we & Mary Vii Furman. Citadel Davidson. W44522, 22, 1 l 0 1 2 2 3 3 4 6 t of a 1 139 / 31 0 145, 81 0 111 91 h 87 87 omd5 89 0 117 142 0 69 106 0 107 197 All games w a t of a b 4 1 188 117 8 2 0 253 178 b 6 0 139 178 b 4 1 196 177 6 4 0 205 19s 5 b 0 236 249 6 b 0 156 144 4 6 0 213 222 a Villanova game counted in conference standings a Lehigh game counted in conference standings. Southern Cal. Urcla 4 Oregon state 4 Stanford 3 Washington 3 California 2 Oregon 1 Washington state 1 Pacific-8 conference. Conference games All games w l t of / a w l t of a 0 0 0 182 / 47 9 1 0 244 84 1 1 1931 90 7 2 1 284 161 1 1 831 116 721 187 137 4 0 of 121 b 6 0 1s7 179 4 0 s 106 6 b 0 136 130 3 0 79 107 b b 0 155 195 b 0 60 108 2 8 0 104 193 b 0 59 192 280 141 276 big ten gives cold shoulder to Grid playoff Chicago a a National collegiate Post season football playoff got a cold shoulder thursday by the big ten con feasibility of such a plan pitting regional champions forthe mythical National title is being studied by the Mcaa. But the consensus of the big ten at its annual Winter meeting was against it. Foremost Backer of the pro Gram is coach Duffy Daugherty of Michigan was a faculty reaction against it because it prolonged the regular season said com missioner Bill Reed. It also infringed on the conduct of the bowl coaches approved an increase in football tender from 30 to 35. The joint meeting of faculty representatives an athletic directors were to study it Friday. Attorneys obtain for Clay new Orleans a attorneys for former heavyweight boxing Champion Cassius Claygon a one week Extension Friday of the deadline or filing briefs in their Appeal of Clay s conviction on charges of refusing to redrafted. The 5th . Circuit court of appeals extended the deadline until dec. 22.. Atty. Morton l. Susman has said that once the briefs Are filed the government will have time to submit replies before the court hears argument sometime next year. Clay is free under $5,000 a peal Bond after receiving the maximum sentence of five years and a $10,000 Fine Fol lowing conviction june 20. Head refused to take the traditional step Forward As a draftee last april 28 at a Houston tex., induction station. Scoring aces top selections Durham . A Backfield that includes High scoring Greg Landry of Massachusetts and Darwin gonner Man of South Dakota state Fea Tures the Small College All America football team announced Friday by the american football coaches association. The selections which include offensive and defensive teams were released by Bill Murray Secretary of the Acca. It is the first year that the coaches organization has picked such a team. Landry a quarterback scored22 touchdowns this season and during three years As a starter passed for 4,700 Yards. A top pro Prospect he is a senior stands 6-4 and weighs 200 , a 5-10, 194-Pound Junior halfback scored 102points and ran for 1,866 Yards in 10 members of the first team offensive Backfield Are Haven Moses 6-3, 196-Pound senior from san Diego state who caught 54 passes and scored seven touchdowns As a halfback and fullback Donald Hass Mon Tana state who averaged 125rushing Yards per game this season. He s a senior weighing196 pounds and standing 5-11. Others on the offensive team ends John Fason Florida am 6-4, 220 pounds a senior caught 17 to passes John Koontz san Francisco state Yale coach honoured new York a Bob Giegengack head coach of Yale s track and Field team for the past 21 years was named Winner of the first annual Haralson award thurs Day. 6-3, 190, a senior caught 18 to passes. Tackles Steve Duich Sandiego state 6-3, 248, senior Oscar Lubke Ball state 6-3,248, senior. Guards Robert diem University of Texas at Arlington 6-feet, 221, senior Jim Schmed Ding Weber state 6-2, 240, senior. Center Vic Bender North East Louisiana 6-2, 230, senior. The first team defensive unit ends Rodney Verkey state of new York at Cortland 6-4220 and Tyrone Calwell South Carolina state 6-5, 255.tackles Claude Humphrey Tennessee a i 6-5, 265, an Marvin Upshaw ? Trinity univer sity san Antonio 6-4 242. Middle guard Edward Joy Ner Lenoir Rhyne 6-2, 230. Linebackers Jim Ferge North Dakota state 6-2, 230, and Bob Beers , 6-2, 220.cornerbacks major Hazelton Florida am 6-4 190 and Dick Farley Boston University 6-1 190. Safeties Paul Vallerga University of California at Sante Barbara 5-11, 185 and Rober Wilbanks University of Texas at Arlington 6-1, 195. Philadelphia promotes Widmar to Hill coach Philadelphia a the Philadelphia Phillies have announced the signing of former major leaguer Al Widmar As pitching coach for the 1968 National league baseball season Widmar elevated from minor league pitching instructor in the Phillies system replaces Larr Shepard who left to manage the Pittsburgh pirates. Major independents w l t of a Lotre Dame 8 2 6337124 Penn state 2 0 282 141 Syracuse 8 2 0 210 127 army 2 0183 94 new Mexico state 2 1 24t m6 Florida state t 1233270 Utah state2 t 176 142 Houston 3 0 322 123 Miami Fla 3 0 236 109 Virginia tech 0 168 112 West Texas 3 0162213 Texas Elpaso 2 1 323 138dayton 2 1171106 Southern miss 8 0 201 114 Xavier Ohio 1 132 142 Buffalo 4 0239173 Navy 1 206 293 holy Cross b 0 158 170 calf la 6 0201158 Rutgers 0138170boston College 6 0227212 Villanova 6 0165235 Georgia tech 4 6 0129205 Colorado state univ 3 b 1 155 139 Tulane 7 0 164 223 air Force 262 76173 Oleate 2 8 0 121 202 san Jose state 1 7 0 114 273 Pittsburgh 1 9 0 73 298 aztecs Cut ties with Calif. Loop san Diego Calif. Up san Diego state president or. Malcolm love announce thursday night that the school had dropped out of the California collegiate athletic association in an apparent dispute Over Grants in Aid awarded athletes. The sudden disclosure came during a football awards banquet honouring the aztecs team which was rated no. 1 in the nation in the final up Small College poll. Or. Love intimated the decision to quit the Mccaa was made after the other conference members voted Down a proposal to increase the Grants to athletes from the present-$500 to $1,000. Will Honor a obligations we will Honor our obligation to the conference through the end of the school year june providing they want us to or. Love told As astonished audience. A spokesman for the school said ads would for the time being operate As an Independent but might join with other independents such As san Jos estate t diversity of the Pacific and the University of Hawaii to form a new conference. The school in recent years has become a sports Power House among Small colleges with its basketball team currently top ranked in the coun try. Edmonton Renews Armstrong s pact Edmonton a Nei Larmstrong has been signed to a three year contract As head coach of the Edmonton eskimos of the Western football Confer ence the club announced. Terms were not has been head coach at Edmonton since 1964.this year the eskimos finished third in the five team Confer ence winning their last five league games before being beaten by the Saskatchewan roughriders in the sudden death semifinal. Armstrong came to Edmonton from an assistant coaching chore with Houston oilers of the american football league. He had played for Oklahoma state the Philadelphia eagles of the National football league an the Winnipeg Blue bombers of the Cal

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