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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - February 3, 1968, Darmstadt, HessePage 10 the stars and strikes saturday february 3, 1968 by Aba Spencer Quarry rated 1-2 Sylvan a Ohio a when the heavyweight Elimina Tion tournament goes into it next to last bout saturday it la feature the top two heavy weights in the world boxing association s ratings release this week. Thad Spencer of san Francis co holds the no. 1 spot and Jerry Quarry of los Angeles is listed no. 2 in the Aba s monthly ratings. The Winner of their semifinal bout will take on third ranked Jimmy Ellis of Louisville by. For the Aba version of the heavyweight championship. Heavyweight Champion vacant 1, Thad Spencer san Francisco. 2,Jerry Quarry los Angeles. 3, Jimmy Ellis Louisville. 4, Oscar Bonavena Argen Tina. 5, Floyd Patterson new York 6, Eduardo Corlette Argentina. 7, Joe Fra Uler. Philadelphia 8, Karl Mildenberger Germany. 9, Manuel Ramos Fri Foo 7.0,Dave Zyglewicz. Houston. Light heavyweight Champion Dick Tiger Nigeria. 1, Bob Foster. Washington. 2, Eddie Jones los Angeles. 3, Young me Cormack. Ireland. 4, Bob Dunlop austra Lia. 5. Greg Peralta Argentina. 6, Lotha Stengel Germany. 7, Roger Rouse Ana Conda Mont. 8. Piero Del Pap Italy. 9,Chuck Leslie los Angeles. 10, Harold Johnson. Philadelphia. Middleweight Champion Emile Griffith new York. 1, Don Fullmer West Jordan Utah. 2,Luis Rodriguez Miami Beach Fla 3, Fred Hernandez Sidney neb. 4. Nin Benvenuti Italy. 5, Carlos Monzon Argentina. 6, Pedro Miranda Venezuela. 7,Andy Heilman Fargo . 8, Bobby Warthem Buffalo . 9, Vincente Ron Don. Venezuela. 10, Doug Huntley los Angeles. Junior middleweight Champion id Soo Kim Korea. 1. Freddie Little Las vegas Nev. 2, Mazzol Nghil Italy. 3, Juan Carlos Duran Argentina. 4, Stanley Hayward Philadelphia. 6, Benny Briscoe. Philadel phia. 6, Joe Shaw new York. 7, Eddie Pace los Angeles. 8, to Hoberg swe Den. 9, Denny Moyer Portland. 10, Danny Perez. Puerto Rico. Welterweight Champion Curtis cokes Dallas Tex. 1. Gypsy Joe Harris Philadelphia. 2,Ernie Lopez Las vegas. 3, Ramon la Cruz. Argentina. 4, Musashi Nakano. Japan. 5, Jean Josselin France. 8, Percy Pugh. New Orleans. 7. Jerry Orleans. 8. Willie Ludick South Africa. 9, Charlie ship a Oakland. Calif 10,carmelo Boss Italy. Junior middleweight Champion Paul Fuji Honolulu. 1, Nicoline Locke Argentina. 2, Eddie Perkins. Chicago. 3. Jao Henrique Bra Zil. 4, Jose Napoles Mexico. 5, Marcel Cerdan France. 6. Sandro Lopopolo Italy. 7, Willie qua Tuor Germany. 8. Carlos Hernandez Venezuela. 9, Adolph Pruitt los Angeles. 10, Lennox Beckles. Trial phantoms eliminate London 89-71 upper Heyford England special the Ben Waters phantoms whipped the Londo rockets 89-71, Here thursday night to stay alive in the playoffs and gain a shot at the upper Heyford sky Kings in the showdown Battle to determine the league s second representative in the Safe setback eliminated l o n Don and set the stage for on and possibly two meetings be tween the phantoms and sky Kings. Should Ben Waters w i n Friday s clash a second encounter was scheduled for saturday Winner will accompany regular season Champion Chick Sands to the Safe tournament feb. 10-14 at Ramstein Ger Many. Ben Waters broke open a tight game in the second Quarter thursday and went on to win handily. The rockets were on top 19-17,after a see saw first Quarter but the phantoms spurted to take the Lead and never lost it the rest of the Way. Melvin Harri son and Bruce Follensbee each poured in eight Points during the second Quarter spree As Bent Waters jumped into a 46-34 half time advantage. Willie Jackson who topped Al scorers with 28 Points for Bent Waters did t give the rockets much Chance to catch up in the last half As he netted 18 of his Points then to keep the Phan Toms out of Range. Harrison an Follensbee each wound up with 17 Points for the night while Mike Shay added a total of 14. Reggie Minton the conference regular season scoring Champion with 496 Points in 18 games for a 27.5 average wound up High Man for London with 24 tallies he got 10 of those in the second Quarter to keep the rockets with in Range up to halftime. London also had three other men in double figures but not enough punch or balance to turn the tables on Ben Waters Manuel Carlin and floss Mathis backed up Minton with 16 Points apiece and Ben Blackwall had 13. Lareey Devin tied at 1389 Lead Hope feed by 2 shots dad lightweight Champion Carlos Ortiz. New York 1, Carlos Cruz. Dominican Republic. 2, Someya Japan. 3, Pedro Alque Philippines. 4. Sebastian Nacimiento Brazil. 6, Ismael Laguana Panama. 6 Frankle Narvaez puerto Rico. 7, Carlo Saro Argentina. 8. Lloyd Marshall new Jersey. 9. Ray Adigun. Nigeria. 10. Mau Rice Cullen England. Junior lightweight Champion a Kroshl Kobayashi. Japan. 1. Antonio Amaya Panama. 2, Kang Shu u. Korea. 3. Rene Barrientos Philip Pines. 4, Jaime Valladares Ecuador. 5. Carlos Cante Argentina. 6, Armundo Ramos. Loa Angeles. 7. Yashaki Kumato. Japan. 8, Jose Luis Vallejo Venezuela Manny Barrios. Mexico. 10. Len Kasey Eugene Ore. Featherweight Champion vacant 1, Paul Rojas san Pedro. Calif. 2, Jose Legra. Spain. 3. Frankie Crawford Losangeles. 4, Enrique Higgins. Colombia. 6 Pedro Gomez. Venezuela a Howard win Stone Wales. Mitsunori Seki Japan. 8 Antonio Herrera. Colombia. 9, Bobb Vaidez. San Diego. Calll. 10. Dwight Haw Kins Loe Angeles. Fig Vitinu Harada. Japan 1, Jesus pirate Tai. Mexico. 2. Won Suplee. Korea. 3, Alan Rudkin England. 4 Takao Bakura. Japan. 6. Jose Luis Vai do mos. Los Angeles. 6. Llonel Hose Australia. 7. Kyuzo Hashimoto Japan 8jmgo Laukagi Japan. 9. Jesus Mexico. 10, Bernardo Caraball Obio. Flyweight Champion. Horacio accavallo Argentina 1, Chart Hal Chroni Thailand 2 Hiroy Aid Ebihara Japan. 3. Jose Severin Brazil. 4. Nelson Alarcon. Argentina. Takeshi Takemura. Japan Yuzuk Narumi. Japan 7, speedy Hayase Japan b a Etc Magramo. Philippines. 9, Sakanoi to. Thailand. 10. Baton Mojica Icara Palm Springs Calif. A the More famous golfers remained among the also rans but still in close Contention thurs Day As Kermit Zarley Winner of the recent. Kaiser International and australian Bruce Devli took Over the Lead after two rounds in the $122,000 Bob hop desert Golf classic. The 30-year-old Devlin fired five under Par 67 Over the Tough Eldorado country club course Ana Zarley 26, from Seattle wash., had a 68 As they tied at13g. Play was under Ideal conditions Over four courses Eldora do la Quinta Bermuda dunes and Indian Wells each with Par 36-3672. The two big names of the event Arnold Palmer and Billy Casper finished the 36 Hole deadlocked at 142 Palmer with a 70 and Casper a 72, both at Al Dorado. Sentimental favorite Tom Nie Porte of Locust Valley ., last year s Winner rallied froma first round 76 to a 72, also at Eldorado for 148.John Schlee of Dallas enlivened the action with whole in one on the 16th Green at Eldorado. His four Iron traveled194 Yards and into the cup. Schlee needed it. He finished with a 71 for 142. The first round leaders Bob Rosburg and Bill Collins fell Back. Rosburg had a 74 for 141anr1 Collins a 75 Foi 142. Devlin who said he did t feel he played As Well thursday As he did wednesday none the less had five birdies and no bogeys. He holed out putts for birdies of6 inches 15, 18, 21, 18 and 2v 2feet. Zarley 1962 National collegiate Golf Champion while at the University of Houston had what he termed an uneventful round. He had Only one bogey he three putted no. 12 and his Putter was highly leaders Kermit Zarley. Bruce Devlin. Bobby Nichols r 69-71140 Monty Kaser 69-71140 Jimmy Powell 69-72141 Doug Ford 71-70141 Ted Makalena 79-72141 Bob Rosburg 67-74141 Gay Brewer 72-69141charles Coody 69-72141 Lee Trevino 68-73141 Bruce Devlin Tom Weiskopf 72-69141lee elder 73-69142 Billy Casper 70-72142 Sam Carmichael 75-67142arnold Palmer 72-7014 Bill Collins 67-75142miller Barber 69-73142 Dick Rhyan 71-71142 George Archer 70-72142ronnie Relf 71-71142 Jack Montgomery 70-72142john Schlee 71-71142 Jacky cupit72-70142 Bob Mccallister 71-71142jim Colbert 70-73143 Tony Jacklin 73-7014 j John Lively 74-69143george Knudson 70-73143 a Besselink 70-73143paul Harney 69-75144 Fred Marti 73-71144 Ray Floyd 73-71144 Dave Eichelberger 72-72144ray bolts 74.70144 Phil Rodgers 70-74144bob Lunn 73.71144 Tommy Jacobs 73-71144 Julius Boros. 71-73144 u � or Paul Bondeson 74-71145. Tires not of George Bayer 71-74 145 judge ends Boycott at race track Arcadia Calif. A Federal judge ordered an end to a horsemen s Santa Anita boy Cott thursday but there was no racing there forced cancellation of Friday s card by failing to enter their horses for the races in a dispute Over purses paid by the track. Judge Charles h. Carr of court in los Angeles is sued a temporary limited re straining order ruling that horse men May not act together i preventing operation of the standing vote by horsemen on wednesday night indicate they would not file entries until the purse scheduled is action apparently Means resumption of racing saturday when Damascus horse of the year in 1967, is scheduled to Runin the $100,000-added Charles h. Strub stakes. Dill o-o-i72-68140 Safe boxers capture 2 titles add dominates world wide meet England fab la. Special aerospace defense command captured seven of the 11 titles inthe Windup of the air Force world wide boxing Champion ships Here wednesday night be fore More than 2,300 fans in the new base gymnasium. Two of the three Safe fight ers gaining the finals of t h e tournament won titles. Air train ing command and Acaf each took one championship in t h Windup of the three Day slug est before the Jam packed bantamweight Alfred Griffin from Ramstein Germany successfully defended his 1967 title with a decision Over Roy Marcelin at. Griffin fighting from a Shell let Marcelin land More blows but countered with Law so Little 579 Dies of heart attack at a Stace w As Abd to 1963 and won the suit Iofi in 1 34 As a a 7sfr9/t-ta in 1940. The heavy ones to retain h i Crown. Another Ramstein and Safe representative was t As Fortu Nate. Ralph Dorsey ran up against add s Melvin Miller a Montana slugger who won the1964 aau flyweight 1966 Golden gloves and 1967 aau titles an dropped the decision. Miller who has been in the air Force Only two months used Superior punch ing Power to gain the s third entry heavy weight Willie Farmer from a1-Conbury, England made up for years of frustration by out Point ing at s d. E. Walker for the unlimited class was Farmer s third trip to the world wide tournament Buthis first Victory. However after losing in 1960 world wide final she went on to capture the interservice Crown. Farmer has been fighting Over 14 years and has had More than 130 one knockout was registered in the finals As Paca welterweight Thomas Beau food stopped Victor Regaldo tac inthe first round. Regaldo was floored twice in the round thelast time for the full count. Three other bouts failed to Gothe distance. Martin Perzewski add Wonan unprecedented sixth air Force middleweight title with second round to Over Edmund Delaat Mac. Perzewski who teas born in Berlin toyed with Delaat through the first round then unloaded a stiff left to the midsection to Stop his Oppon it. Another to was scored Byad flyweight John Tijerna who stopped Reynaldo Olivo tag in the second to win his third air Force title in As Man years. Tijerna also was voted the outstanding Boxer in the tournament. At Light flyweight Jimmy Darious was the Only other Man that did t have to go the Dis Tance. He was awarded a to Over Mauro Pendilla tac inthe third round. In the four remaining bouts Light heavyweight Formus White Light middleweight Hugh criss Well Light welterweight John Kennedy and lightweight Arnaldo Valdez All of add chalked up s close Triumph Over Vince Neratka Acaf produce done of the Best fights of the tournament with both boxers show ing class and skill. Kennedy was the defending air Force Cham Pion. White also successfully de fended his of laurels with a verdict Over Charles Tero Amarine fighting for Acaf. Tero carried the fight to White but the latter scored consistently with a stinging right also used a Strong right to gain a decision Over Acaf s Birsee Ross while Val Dez out pointed add teammate mar m .1 a ,._ lir a like Taylor to retain his 67 Crown. What s in his nickname Philadelphia up Frank Home run Baker never nit More than 12 Home runs in a single season

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