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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - February 5, 1968, Darmstadt, HesseMonday february 5, 1968 the stars and stripes Casper passes Palmer on 68 in desert Golf Page 17 Palm Springs Calif. A Billy Casper knocked out four under Par 68 in virtually a perfect round of Golf saturday to Post a 72-Hole score of 279 inthe Marathon 90-Hole $122,000 Bob Hope desert classic. Casper 11 strokes under Par after four rounds went into Sun Day s final 18 holes holding a the scores Billy Casper 70-72-69-68279 Arnold Palmer 72-70-67-71280 Gay Brewer 72-69-69-71281 Tom weiskopf.72-69-68-72281 Harold Henning 76-69-67-69281 Bruce Devlin 71-67-72-72282 Lee Trevino 68-73-70-71282 f Charles Goody 69-72-69-72282 Miller Barber 69-73-70-71283 Deane Beman 72-74-70-67283 Kermit Zarley 70-68-76-69283 Ted Makalena 69-82-74-68283 Bob Rosburg 67-74-73-69-283 George Archer 70-72-69-72283 Ray Floyd 73-71-70-70284 Bobby Nichols 69-71-72-72284 Dick Lotz 70-70-71-74285 Jack Montgomery 70-72-76-67286 Marty Fleckman 73-72-71-69286 Doug Ford 71-70-73-72286 Lionel Hebert 72-76-66-72286 Tony Jacklin 73-70-72-71286 Jack Mcgowan 73-72-70-72287 Jim Colbert 70-73-75-69287 Jimmy Powell 69-72-70-76287 John Sci Lee 71-71-73-72287 precarious one stroke Lead Over Arnold Palmer whose 71 gave him 280 in a round that was marred by one fact As Arnie put it the Birdie putts simply would t drop into the cup. Casper who just last week won the $100,000 los Angeles fully and two putted Ever open hit every Green Success Green except the four he , a past Winner of the Hope event wound up the round Ronnie Reif 71-71-72-74288 Bill Collins 67-75-73-73288 Lee elder 73-69-73-73288 Jerry Mowlds 70-77-69-72288 Bob Lunn 73-71-73-71288 Bob goal by 71-74-74-69288 Laurie Hammer 71-74-75-68288 Joel Golc strand 71-75-71-71288 Julius Boros 71-73-72-72288 John Pott 72-73-73-71289 Jerry Mcgee 77-69-71-72289 Sam Carmichael 75-67-74-73289 Billy Farrell 72-73-69-75289 Ray Botta 72-73-73-71290 Mike Fetchick 71-74-71-74290 Jim a Luchers 72-73-70-75290 Gardner Dickinson. 74-74-70-72290 Bill Ogden 74-71-72-73290 Jack Fleck 75-72-70-73290 Jacky Cupit 72-70-70-78290 Frank Beard 74-76-68-72290 Dave Marr 74-73-73-70290 Terry Dill 72-68-79-72291 Rod it Seth 72-73-72-74291 George Bayer 71-74-71-75291 Dudley Wysong 78-69-74-70291 Bruce Crampton 79-71-67-74291 Dave Hill 76-71-74-70291 Dick Liyan 71-71-73-76291 Paul Harnoy 69-75-76-71291 Jay Dolan 74-72-71-74291 Tommy Aaron 71-75-75-70291 Gene Littler 75-71-72-73291 Jerry stools mini 71-74-72-74291 Doug Sanders 77-70-70-74291 Ken still 72-75-71-73291 mets pick farm put new York up pet Pavlich has been appointed Man Ager of the new York mets Raleigh Durham farm team in the class a Carolina league for1968, it was announced Here. Quarry posts to in 12th Over Spencer to Casper Palmer with a booming drive and an approach thai left him with a in 2-foot putt for a Birdie. The huge gallery around the18th Green at the Bermuda dunes country club gathered in temperature that had ranged Well into the 80 a gave Casper Abig Roar of applause just As it had groaned moments before when Palmer missed a putt for a Birdie. Two stroke were masters behind Casper Champion Gay Brewer who had a 71 for 281 Canada s George Knudson 70south Africa s Harold Henning 69, and Young Tom Weiskopf 72.Palmer had Only one Birdie playing Par Golf on every other Hole. I d like to get a few More birdies Arnie said. You can t stay up there with a 71.fortunately, this is Only the fourth round so i get a Palmer used a 3-Wood to approach the 18th. He said he was surprised when the Ball caught the Bunker to the left. He exploded out five feet from the cup and missed for the Bird. Oakland a Jerry Quarry who has been fighting As a professional less than three years moved one step nearer the world heavyweight boxing championship when he stopped Thad Spencer in the 12th and last round saturday in their semifinal match of the world boxing association elimination tournament. The 22-year-old irishman from los Angeles was pummel Ling Spencer around the ring with a two handed barrage when referee Jack Downe stopped the fight with three seconds remaining. Quarry floored Spencer who had entered the ring As a 7-5 favorite in the fourth and 10throunds. Each of the knockdowns came with just a few seconds remain ing in the round and when Spencer arose the Din from the 12,110 fans in the Oakland Coli Seum Arena drowned out the Bell and referee Downey continued his count each time to the Jerry Quarry. One step closer Jerry expects Ellis to be More difficult Oakland Calif. A Jimmy Ellis will be a More difficult opponent than Thad Spencer says Jerry Quarry be cause he moves faster and Quarry 193, of los Angeles scored a to Over Spencer 200 at 2 57 of the twelfth and final round saturday in a world boxing association heavyweight semifinal bout and will meet Ellis for the title. Both Ellis and Quarry said they were willing to fight any where but Quarry said he enjoyed the reception in the Oak land Arena. Spencer 24, is from san Francisco and Quarry 22, grew up in the Bay area. Quarry knocked Spencer Downin the closing seconds of the the stars and stripes favourable turn upsets Classy taking Seminole Cap by 8 lengths Hialeah fla. Up her fert Allen s favourable turn ism the 33rd running of thej65.900 Seminole Handicap into a galloping upset saturday by length8 a Classy fled by eight a bursting out of the no. 1 Slot key Eddie Belmonte put favourable turn in front with my list up and never let Gothe mile and one eighth spin near record time. Fur year old son of turn a fat 89-40 $37 and 1� the few in the crowd of fans who backed him sat make the race a Complete the Argentine horse upset Thour owned by j. And h. R j\7/3 1 a v a front .1 shed two lengths in Ilont of the 3-2 favorite in reality who paid $3 for turn ran the nine furlongs in 1 47-1-5, Only one fifth of a second slower than the track record set in the 1957flamingo stakes by bold ruler. It equalled the fastest Seminole owners maintaining Santa Anita Boycott Arcadia Calif. A the expected clamor accompanying the Charles h. Strub stakes was replaced by silence saturday As the horse owners Boycott of Santa Anita $100,000 added Strub stakes postponed while horse owners and track officials try to agree on terms of a purse contract could be run next sat urday a track spokesman said if the Row is settled. Previously run. Spartan Valoret the 1 47-1-5 Mark in 1952. Favourable turn and Rinda packed a Featherly 111 pounds As Low weight in the Field compared to the 121 pounds on High weighted in turn although running with top class horses won Only one race last year an allowance sprint at Aqueduct nov. 17. His Victory saturday was Worth $42,835.Jim j. Finished fourth behind in reality followed in order by successor Sette Bello bold hour est Reno 2nd, Peter Piper sky Guy Royal Malabar and Stanislas. Favourable turn s Victor made him a threat for the mile and one Quarter $100,000-Addedwidener Handicap on feb. 17 because it was so easy. Fourth and tenth rounds and appeared to be coasting in the Middle was disgusted he was t More of a Challenge said Quarry. I think Ellis will be much tougher. I was also Dis gusted i did t Knock him out said i had no rhythm. I could t get off my punches. I had no Power at All. I was not worried enough about him Thad said of Quarry. I took it too easy in train manager Willie Ketchum waited too Long to Start serious training he also criticized ref Eree Jack Downey for stopping the fight with Only three seconds he was t Hurt de. How could he be when he walked across the ring to the referee and asked Why did you Stop the fight Quarry said he told Spencer after the ninth round dad it too late Spencer was unmarked whereas Quarry had a slight Cut on his upper stunned me once in the fourth or fifth round said Quarry. Quarry displayed a heavy growth of Beard which he said he let grow since last time i shaved on the Day of a fight he said waste time i fought Eddie Machen. I lost that mandatory eight past the offi Cial three minute Mark. The Winner who turned professional on May 7, 1965, next meets Jimmy Ellis of Louisville ky., the other finalist at a site and Date to be determined later. In reaching the final Quarry eliminated two time former world Champion Floyd Patter son on a split decision last octo Ber in los Angeles and the Spencer who last August out pointed one time Aba Cham Pion Ernie Terrell in Houston. I just fought a smart fight and it paid off Quarry said after the technical knockout of Spencer. He hit me one Good shot in the whole fight a left Hook in the fifth round that Hurt. I told everybody i d prove iwas faster than he was. I knocked him Down with the right which they said i did t , at 200 pounds had a weight bulge of seven pounds Over Quarry. Only one defeat Quarry who has Only suffered one defeat a decision loss to Eddie Machen made Spencer his 15th knockout victim an now has a record of 26-1-4. The loser is now 32-6 and suffered his third to. The end came after Quarry unleashed a furious barrage to the head with Only seconds remaining. Spencer took a smash ing right to the Chin wobbled and attempted to grab Quarry Only to be met by a rain of left Sand rights to the head. He stumbled against the rope Sand was staggering when Dow Ney the fourth a Long looping left by Quarry thrown almost from Over his shoulder caught the surprised Spencer on the Chin and deposited him on his left Side in mid ring. Thad arose at three and by that time the unofficial ring clock showed five seconds past the three minute the crowd which surprisingly was split Down the Middle despite Spencer coming from this area exploded in such Roar that the Bell was never heard. Only by ring siders waving their hands was Downey in formed that the round was the 10th a Short chopping right hand to the Chin dropped Spencer again when the clock snowed Only three seconds remaining. Again he took an eight count and again the Bell was not heard. Up through the Lith round Quarry was ahead on All three official cards. Downey s was the closest at 7-6 while judges Dick Young and Rudy Ortega score Dit 9-4 and 7-3, respectively under the California scoring Rule which give the Winner of a round anything from one to five Points and the loser nothing. The a card had Quarry ahead 6-5. Johnson defeats German champs. Frankfurt up former world Light heavyweight Champion Harold Johnson of the United states scored a unanimous 10 round decision Over West Germany s Lothar Stengel the reigning european titlist in a non title bout Here saturday before a crowd of 4,000. Johnson weighed 170 pounds Stengel 168. Johnson 39, had Little trouble dominating his less experience opponent while handing Stengel his first defeat in 14 professional bouts. The Frankfurt fighter 13 years Johnson s Junior won the european title last dec. 2 by knocking out Italy s Piero Del papa in the fifth round. Stengel went into the bout ranked sixth by the world boxing association while Johnson was rated 10th

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