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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - February 6, 1968, Darmstadt, HessePage 20 the stars and stripes tuesday february 6, 19 68 m t Rob Merfie for Grid action Chicago a the Continental football league and the professional football league of America merged sunday into a 20-team new minor circuit to recalled the Continental professional football 12 previous members of the Cal and the eight of Hepfl remain in the new setup without any franchise shifts. The new league will have at lactic Midwest and Pacific Divi Sions with each division having Northern and Southern Confer ence. The divisional makeup includes Atlantic Orlando Fla. Nor Folk a. Montreal Hartford Conn. Charleston ., an Wheeling Mid we s Tom a a Desmoines Chicago Huntsville Ala. Oklahoma City Littlerock ark., and Quad cities and Joliet in Illinois. Pacific Seattle san Jose Orange county and Sacramento in California and Eugene ore.,and Victoria . Divisional commissioners Cresol Rosen of new York Atlan tic Robert Adwers of Mctha Midwest and Danny Hill of san Jose Pacific. Administration will be conducted through to sen s new York Moines Chicago Omaha Huntsville Oklahoma City Little Rock Quad cities and Joliet were previous members of Hepfl. Rosen said a meeting was Setfor March 2 in Chicago to make alignments of Northern an Southern conferences preliminary mapping of schedules an action on new franchises Foi a Ron Louisville Richmond va.,and Indianapolis. All were rep resented at said the league May expand to 24 teams to take i these interested cities. Cham Rousse France up Robin morning a 20-year-old downhill specialist on the prom Ising . Women s ski team broke her right leg while train ing monday on downhill course. The women s the pert round faced skier from Santa Monica calif., was immediately evacuated from the slopes by the ski patrol and Given first Aid at this ski re sort s clinic. It was miss morning s secon Accident in Europe while com Peting for the . In less thana year. Last season she broke a wrist racing in St. Gervais France after showing great Promise nearly season Competition both in the . And in loss of miss morning to the . Team Means coach Jim Beattie is forced to draw a new team member from his two alternates 18-year-old Penny Mccoy of Bishop calif., or Sandras Elworth 23, of Boise Idaho. Both girls were on the olympic team until two weeks ago when 2 . Teams picked outstanding performances in pre season Competition by Newcom ers Judy Nagel 16, of Enumclaw wash., and Nikki Cutter 18, of Bend ore., led Beattie to nominate them to the team while demoting misses Mccoy and Shetworth to alternates. Ski observers said that miss Mccoy would probably be named on the basis of being the mos experienced of the two. She won a Bronze medal in slalom at the world championships in Portillo Chile in 1966, but has no been skiing up to form recently. Warriors in sweep of stallions Wiesbaden special Tho Wiesbaden warriors stayed alive ? a Obj be division High school basketball race by sweeping Atwo game set from the Burg stallions her weekend. Romanian tops bobsled practice alpe d Huez France up Romania s Jon Pantiru set a track record sunday night in the next to last olympic bobsled practice before the Gold medal eats while his main Competition Italy s Eugenio Monti flipped on the final Corner. All sleds two each from 11 nations made two practice runs under lights on the 1,500-Metertrack. With temperatures Low the track was Glare ice allowing for the tremendously fast runs. Pantiru clocked a record 1minute, 11.14 seconds on his first run Down and matched it with1 11.17 in the second heat. Monti. Italy s nine time Worl Champion who is out to win his first olympic Gold medal came out of the final no. 12 curve too High in the second heat an turned Over with his brakeman Luciano deet Aolis. They skidded across the finish line still upside Down for a not so bad time of1 13.54. Karlsruhe Baum older Germany special Baum older s High school madmen swept a pair of dual meets from Karlsruhe Here winning 33-21 Friday and 30-28saturday. The bucs 112-Pounder, Kermit Randall turned in the two Quick est pins of the meets taking combined total of 42 seconds for a pair of Falls against the knights Rick Winthurst the quicker of the two coming Satur Day in Only 18 seconds. Karlsruhe will now play Host Marne Roundup Ledward tips for 12th straight win Wil Flecken Germany special the unbeaten Ledward trailblazers ran their Marne conference Victory string feh Here sunday by s wildcats 84-78 four double figure scorer helped the Ledward Triumph Reggie Green led the Way with20, with Charles Hale adding 19 and Vic Bender and John coker15 apiece. Bender one of Ledward s to scorers All season was playing in his last game. He leave tuesday for the All army basketball trials in san Francisco Louis Daggett scored 16 for the wildcats while Jack Cook Handbill Watson each had 15. Aschaffenbur Germany special Fred Taylor poured in 28 Points Here sunday to Lead the Graves ready cardinals to a 92 84 Victory Over Larson in Marne conference game Dave Marovich added 21 to the Cardinal Side while Henry Ross paced Larson with 22. Schweinfurt Ger Many special the Conn crusaders moved into a fish place tie in the Marne conference standings by handing wingless Harvey a 106-87 trouncing her sunday. The crusaders 51-37 halftime leaders got 25 Points from Mike Austin 18 from Mace Edward Sand 17 from Ted Smith to run their record to 5-8.archie Woods led Harvey with 21 Points while Vertie Johnson and Don Baxter added 18 apiece As the Kolts absorbed their 13thdefeat. Aschaffenbur Germany special Roland latin scored a Points and Chester Bryant got j4 Here sunday to Lead the Smith fion bandits to a 97-74 Marne conference win Over the Wuerzburg warriors. The bandits held a 45-34 half time Lead in route to their sixth Victory against five to the Southern regional while Baumholzer will entertain the Northern District results Friday s results95 in Turner b pinned Bourlon 2 24 103 in Harris b won by forfeit112 in a. Randall b pinned Winthurst 0 24 120 in search k dec Diaz 7-6 127 in Luke b pinned Dalme 0 40133 in Burnstein b pinned Seise 2 22 138 in Zamecki k pinned Germano,3 54 145 in Batt k dec Cobb 1-0154 in Kaylor b won by forfeit 165 in David k pinned l. Randall,3 39 180 in Whatley b dec Benge 14-5unlimitedpimento k pinned John son 5 18 saturday s results95 in Turner pinned Bourlon 5 41 103 in Harris won by forfeit 112 in a. Randall pinned Winthurst 0 18120 in search pinned Diaz 4 41 127 in Luke pinned Dalme 3 26133 in Burnstein pinned Seise 1 45 138 in Zamecki pinned Germano 2 59145 in Batt pinned cob 5 14 154 in Kaylor won by forfeit 165 in David pinned l. Randall 3 20180 in Benge pinned Whatley 3 5 unlimited Pimento dec Johnson 15-0 forget it forget it the red headed Monti said when track officials and first Aid men rushed to his Aid. I m not Hurt Don t touch with a Grin on his face heaved to the crowd to indicate that he was All right and the walked the final 200 Yards to the end of the track. The final selection of the two american teams was made Sun Day evening by coach Jim Lam of Saranac Lake . His choices were Paul Lamey of Manchester,n.h., and Robert Huscher of Valley Stream ., on the no. 1sled and Howard Clifton Elnora . And Michael Luce of keen Valley ., piloting .a. No. 2. Lamy said we made the Choice on times alone. They be been driving the Best and they resetting the Best times. They improved tonight and with one More practice run to go we Hope Well be in the asked if he thought they May get a third place Bronze medal out of it the . Coach said no we want first Lamey clocked 1 12.30 on his first run and 1 12.01 on his second to come in fourth for the two heats sunday. Clifton placed seventh with times of 1 12.77 and1 12.29 for an Overall 2 25.06. Lamy pointed out that both of them had their fastest times Ever on sunday s second run an said we plan to get better be the 61-56. Chuck Smookler paced the Warners with 14 Points in fridays win. Brad sell tallied 13 Marker Sand Charlie Owen chipped in s 12. Mig Oyola took ind visual laurels with 24 Points and Dave Flaherty came through with 15for the losers. Four of the warriors with Owen setting the Pace with 18 hit double figures in saturday Triumph. Sell and Jerry Jones notched 16 apiece and Brendo Dodd chipped in with 13. Ludwigs Burg also had four Menin double figures. Bill Park paced the array with 22, Oyola had 12and Flaherty and John Thessen followed with 11 each. Friday s game ludwigs Burg Wiesbaden g f t g f Park i 0-3 2 Allen 1 2-2 4 Thessen 1 0-0 2 Smookler 3 8-8 14flaherty Oyola Ramol Cochran glowers 10 4-11242 1-4 5 1 0-0 2 3 0-0 0 sell Dod Jones Goehri Gramby 4 4-5 126 1-2 13 2 2-5 64 0-0 8 1 0-0 21 0-2 2 totals 24 8-22 56 totals 22 17-2 61 saturday s game ludwigs Burg Wiesbaden Par Thessen Flaherty Oyola rame glowers Wallace g f t 9 4-5 225 1-2 11 4 3-3 115 2-3 12 0 2-3 2 2 0-0 420-04 Owen Smookler sell Jones Odd Goehring g f t s 2-6 183 3-4 9 7 2-5 168 0-0 16 4 5-7 13 3 1-5 7 totals 2712-1666 totals 33 13-27 79 for the action concerned the 93rd Preakness slated for May 18 this year Baltimore up the Maryland jockey club has announced that the Preakness takes Middle jewel in racing s triple Crown will be run for the93rd time on May 18. The Kentucky Derby starts the series at Churchill Downs on May 4 and ends with the Belmon stakes at Belmont Park on june 1. Canada no. 2 sled driven by Hansge Herik with Harry Goetschi As brakeman. It turned Over in the first run but neither was Hurt. Despite the accidents the Drivers have been lavish in their Praise of the track which broke up last year when used in inter National Competition for the firs time during the world Champion ships. Boger Sparks win Babenhausen Germany special John Boger s 33 Points Here saturday led the 5thbn, 77th arty to a 97-62 Victory Over the 2nd in 5th arty in a-56th arty up Southern league game. Vogelsberg divides pair Hanau Germany special Vogelsberg District Defeated bad Kreuz Nach and lost to Ber Lin in a pair of com z Northern league games Here Over the weekend. The Home club romped Over bad a 120-95, on saturday but fell victim to Berlin 106-93, in another High scoring scrap sunday. In the opener Vogelsberg Slee Wiley edged bad Kreuz Nach s Rich Patterson 37-35, Ina scoring Duel. Sunday Berlin had four men i double figures with Alex Taylor s 21 High. William Russell a Dcharles Chase backed him up with 16 apiece and Herb Orvi added 14. Richard rumble s 29 paced Vogelsberg with Tim Alex Ander adding 20 Ernie Mills 18 and Wiley 15. League Osses. The Marne standings won Edward Jug Graves ready. 10 Paraon to g Smith Fiori 6wildflecken 5 2onng Wuerzburg \ 5larvey q sunday s Resul Sconn 106, Harvey 87 Graves ready 92, Larson 84ledward 84, Wil Flecken 78 Smith Fiji i 97, Wuerzburg 74 lost 0 35 5 8 89 13 pet.1.000 .769.e�15 .�.45.385 .385.357 .000 Nuernberg Augsburg even on aug he Germany Spe 18 seconds to conquer Tony the i45ib-red Miover n Augsburg Germany Spe Cial Nuernberg and Augsburg High school wrestlers divided pair of dual matches Here last weekend Nuernberg taking the opener 32-25, with the help of 20 Points via forfeits and the apaches scoring a 28-26 reversal saturday. It was the final Warmup for both teams before they enter the Southern regional next weekend at Karlsruhe. The apaches 154 Pounder Frank Mcalhaney racked up the meet s quickest pins taking but 1 y Triana Friday and 55 seconds on saturday. Other double fall win ners included Augsburg s Dwight Baker Clifford Baker and Fred Richardson. Friday s results Dav. Won a planned Ted o donne11 a dec Werner cobra " Dubansky won Burfelt planned planned pinned Frank pinned a 145 in Ted Iov Bamsey 3 02 154 in Frank Mcalhaney Tony Triana 0 18165 in Jack Rose n won by forfeit 180 in Richard Kirby n won by forfeit unlimited Fred Richardson a l i Eddon Reed. 5-18 saturday s. Results 95 in Calfee won by forfeit103 id. Baker pinned Davis 2 42 112 ibo Donnell dec Davey 4-2120 in Greg Murat a pinned Garni 127 in Coburn pinned Plante 5 38133 in a. Baker pinned Dubansky 5138 in Moholy dec Chenevert 7-0 145 in Glover dec Bamsey 6-1164 in Mcalhaney pinned Triana of 165 in Rose won by forfeit180 in Kirby won by forfeit unlimited Richardson pinned bet. Aim Wei b kit be by

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