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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - February 28, 1968, Darmstadt, HessePage 20 the stars and stripes wednesday february 28, 1968 Eva on i Aav ruling m dirty 9 stupid thing9 Warsaw a it s a dirty and stupid thing to do to me world record Holder Eva Klobukowska said her voice both bitter and polish sprint Star who beat the Best women runners in the world was in tears. She had just been told that the International Amateur athletic federation had decided to stripper of her records because she failed a sex test last year. Shemay Jose her olympic medals. I m fed up with it All miss Klobukowska said. I be worked very hard for my victories. 1know what i am and How i feel. I be been very aware of All the unhealthy sensationalism in the press but 1 was t expecting any thing like this. I think it s a hypocritical an dirty business. I object to officials engaging in this kind of thing maybe because they have nothing better to Klobukowska swept away her tears with a tissue As she spoke to a newsman in her comfortably furnished Small Flat i downtown Warsaw. She wore a knee length Blac skirt with a White frilly Blouse and Pink Jersey. On two occasion she went into the next room to get fresh tissues walking with that kind of strut one notices some times with women athletes. Inner Wake there was the scent of Klobukowska a first year student in Industrial economics was wearing an engagement ring. She said she intends to marry but first wants to make further advances in her 21-year-old blonde said it would be unfair if her olympic medals a Bronze and a Gold from Tokyo in 1964 were Takeaway from her for performances when there were no sex if she thought tests for female athletes were a Good idea she said she was in favor of a visual test but not Klobukowska passed a visual examination at the Budapest world University games in 1988 but in september of last Yea was barred from competing i the european cup track championships because she failed chromosome test based on a study of skin tissue the polish girl a focus of controversy for years said she submitted voluntarily to Bot tests. Aau agrees to follow arbitration Board plan los Angeles a the executive committee of the Amateur athletic Union has vote unanimously to accept and abide by the decision of the sports arbitration Board on control of Amateur athletics. Aau president David a. Mat Lin reported monday on the re sults of the executive boar meeting which studied the feb. 1 decision of the arbitration Board which was created in de Cember 1965, by vice president Hubert h. Humphrey. The Board sought to Settle Thelong standing dispute Between the aau the National collegiate athletic association and the United states track and Fiel federation which operates with the support of the a Telegram to . Sen. Warren g. Magnuson chairman of the Senate Commerce com Mittee the aau stated after full consideration of the welfare of Amateur athletics and Amateur athletes and recognizing the ultimate objective of the decision rendered by the sports arbitration Board on feb. 1, 1968, in Washington d.c., Therau executive committee voted unanimously to accept an abide by that decision and to join in the immediate creation of the coordinating committee As provided in decisions with committee As set out in decision to decide Dis Putes Over the clarification interpretation application or Pur ported violation of the rules set out in the aforementioned -sion." Hopes for cooperation Matlin said the aau Hope the other organizations involved also would decide to abide bythe decision. He said the aau track Andfield committees for both men and women Felt the establish ment of a coordinating commit tee will be a great thing for furthering the Amateur sport. In its report the arbitration Board headed by labor Media Tor Theodore Kneel gave Therau the sole sanctioning right for All open track meets those involving athletes from other countries and non students. Closed meet rights it gave the Usuff the right to run closed meets without aau Sanction As Long As the Yare confined to student athletes. A third category was established open Domestic Competition. The Usuff could sponsor these meets but would need the Sanction of the aau. This Sanc Tion would be automatic if the collegiate group satisfied All the International requirements. Great return Cardigan Bay which had t run for six months made her return to the track highly successful by win Ning the $25,000 Valley forge Pace at Roosevelt raceway. Here Stanley drives her by the half mile pole in route to the fastest time of the year 2 02 % for the mile run. A photo . Swimmers head for meet in Germany new York a . Swimmers were to leave wednesday night for an International swim meet in Bremen Germany March 1-3.selected by the Amateur ath Letic Union the group consists of Claudia Kolb Santa Clara Calif. Pam Kruse Pompano each Fla. Janie Barkman Philadelphia Sharon Wichman fort Wayne ind. Mark Spitz Santa Clara Greg Buckingham Atherton Calif. Doug Russell Arlington Tex. And Brent Berk Wichman and Kruse were named to the team when Catie Ball of Jacksonville Fla., and Debbie Meyer of Carmi Chael Calif., were ruled out be cause of illness. Rare heart disorder killed Cal freshman Berkeley Calif. Up an autopsy has indicated Ron Handzel 18, University of Cali fornia freshman baseball player died feb. 13 from a rare hear disorder. Doctors at Cowell Hospital on the u. C. Campus said Handsel s heart disorder very probably was the end result of Myo Cardi the condition is describe Das an inflammation of the heart Muscles and doctors said it could have been caused by a viral illness or Handzel who came to Cal from Encino Calif., collapsed and died while jogging aryan the practice Field a week ago. According to University officials he had no known heart condition. Pritchett retains titles Nottingham England a Johnny Pritchett of England out pointed Birkenhead challenger Les Mcateer Over 15 rounds to retain his British and common wealth middleweight titles Here monday night. Tourney Topper Ronald Petit 2130th communications so at Croughton England won the class b singles and All events title in the european african Middle East communications area portion of the air Force communications service annual Bowling tournament. Petit chalked up a 654 three game series in the singles and a 1,840 total in All events. Of photo Cage magic ends after five years Troy . A the Harlem magicians a professional basketball team claiming winning Streak of 823 games watched the Streak disappear sunday As they were beaten by the Troy Samaros 90-88. The magicians led Bymaster a r i b b 1 e r Marquis Haynes had not lost a game i five years. Leon Simon who scored 30points in the game won it for the Samaros an Eastern inde pendent team by sinking two free throws with just three seconds left. Nil scoring Gilbert gains on Chicago s Hull Mikita new York a Rod Gil Bert of the new York rangers has closed to within two Points of Leader Stan Mikita in the National hockey league s individual scoring race the latest statistics disclosed collected four goals All in the rangers 6-1 Victory Over Montreal saturday night i and three assists last week lift i ing his season output to 69 i rangers Star is in third 1 place. Mikita Chicago Black Hawks Center has 71 Points Fol Lowed by teammate Bobby Hull with 70.jean Ratelle Gilbert s line mate advanced to fourth place with 66 Points and Veteran apr die Howe of Detroit is fifth with63. Gump Worsley and Rogatien Vachon of Montreal continue to Lead the goalies with a combined Low goals against aver age of-1.98. Don Awrey Costonde Senseman has spent the most time in the penalty Box 118minutes. The scoring leaders g a pts. 1. Alkita Chi 35 36 71 2. B. Hull Chi 41 29 703. Gilbert. 28 69 4. Ratelle 5 41 66 5. Howe Del 30 33 63 6. Espostto Boa 0 32 62 7. Wharram Chi 20 33 58 8. Delvecchio Del 18 40 589. Bucky Boa 25 31 56 10. Stanfield. Bos 17 38 55 Oakland Calif. Up defens Eman Bert Marshall of the Oakland seals acquire from the Detroit red wings in a january Trade was sideline for four weeks monday with torn knee Bert Olmstead said the 24-year-old defens Eman suffered the injury in Oakland s 3-3 tie with Minnesota sunday night a Bloomington Minn. A cast was placed on the leg but no decision has yet been made regarding possible was one of the Sparks of the seals in their recent spurt of four wins one tie and one loss in their last six games. Unser boosted to 4th place Dayton a Beach Fla up Lascar officials admitted monday they had Madea mistake and they shoved Al Unser s finish in sunday Daytona 500 Stock car race up from seventh to fourth was not allowed to come of of the pits during a caution Flag at one Point when he should have been and As a result he lost r. Lap said a spokesman at Daytona International Speed Way. Unser the Veteran drive from Albuquerque n.m., who finished second in last year s Indianapolis 500 race will get$6,250 instead of the $4,000 that Wen with his seventh place finish in a 1968 Dodge. The change also dropped David Pearson Spartanburg s.c., from fourth to fifth positioning the final standings and his winnings will be $4,750 instead of $5,550. While Unsei is a Veteran Tostock car and indy racing this was his first appearance at the Daytona second and third in the race were Lee Koy Yarbrough and Bobby Allison

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