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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - January 6, 1968, Darmstadt, HessePage 20 the stars and stripes Kidd 3rd at Hindnlang saturday january 6, 1968 Swiss ski Ace captures 2nd straight Raee Hindelang Germany up Switzerland s dark horse Edmund Bruggmann thursday beat heavy Snow storm poor visibility and a fancy Field of the world Stop Alpine skiers to score his second win at the 4th International Silver fir races. The 24-Ycur-old electronics Engineer from plums Switzerland posted the Best time in the giant slalom clocking 1 57.66 minutes for Tho 2,110-Mcter-Long , who won the first slalom wednesday led the combined standings counting towards Tho 1967 world cup. The Swiss also took second place when Dumong Giovanoli came through in 1 57.71. Bill Kidd the 24-year-old student from the University of Colorado was third in 1 58.11 boosting his eyed cards Back for Utah Post Salt Lake City Utah up defensive Ace Larry Wilson of the football St. Louis cardinals met informally wednesday with a screening committee appointed to select a new football coach at University was just an informal visit said athletic director James r. Bud Jack of Wilson s meeting with the com Mittee which haste Job of pick ing a successor to Mike Gid dings. Larry was on his Way Home to Rigby Idaho and just i stopped Over Jack added. Wll Wiio. 8oni no played Wilson it it fun report. Edly made a Good impression on the group. Wilson an All pro safety recently expressed interest in the coaching Job but said it Hadnot been offered to him. He said in St. Louis last month that head been asked to go out there and look into the Utah athletic director said Wilson undoubtedly would be invited Back for a formal interview when the committee meets again next week. A list of about 150 candidate for Tho Job was trimmed to a dozen by Tho committee. A additional Cut to five is planned next week. Hopes for a medal at the Forth coming olympics at Grenoble. Kidd who makes his Home i Stowe Vermont said he liked the course better than wednes Day s. I came through Fine. I also had no problems with he started third. The american who twisted a ankle in Kitz Bushel Austria two years ago and broke a leg in the1966 world championships said he hoped for More Luck for the olympic season. Defending world cup Cham Pion Jean Claude Killy of France is second in the combined stand Ings with 20 Points after he failed to live up to expectations. The handsome Frenchman was Sec Ond wednesday and had to Settle for fourth place thursday. Clear for Sabich Kidd was among the Leader sin both races taking eighth and third spots for an Overall fourth place and 11 Points. The blinding Snow eased up for Only minutes during the race Long enough to let Kurt Huggler of Switzerland who started 42nd, and spider Sabich of the .,who started 41st, race Down with Clear vision. Sabich was sixth in thursday s race with a time of 1 58.70 to give him 12thplace in the combined standings. Other americans in thursday space included Jerry Elliott 22, 2 00.53 Harry Ryan 34, 2 01.17jim Heuga 38, 2 01.81, and Rick Chaffee 58, 2 04.40. While the men were travel into Switzerland the ladies kicked off their world cup Competition Grid cards1 negro players submit list of grievances St. Louis up negro members of the St. Louis football cardinals said thurs Day that they had signed a two Page list of grievances and submitted the list to coach Char icy Winner. Running Back Johnny Roland the team s leading rusher said he believed there has Bee discrimination on the team and that some of the negro players Are unhappy. Roland said it s been in Ober Taufen Friday giant slalom. With a Johnny Roland brewing quite a while Ernie Mcmillan. Minimizes complaints Houston s Hayes tops in Point totals new Hayes York higher up Elvin education includes Pursuit of a Phi bet Kappa in scoring a degree that carries six figure contracts of uceans9 cougars to use dugouts Houston Tex. A when Cla and Houston meet Jan. 2 in the Astrodome the two to ranked basketball teams will operate from dugouts and make use of a court from California and backboards from Massachusetts. Special dugouts for use by players official scorers and Tim ers and news Media representatives will extend the length of the court on both sidelines. More than 44,000 tickets have nuts official Dies Washington Jamesm. Johnston Board chairman of tie Washington baseball senator sin the american league has died of cancer in his Washington Homo. Been sold for the nationally Tele Vised game. The final Batch of reserved seat tickets went on Sale Friday. Standing room Only tickets o be sold later Are expected to push the attendance total to a record 55,000.Jack o Connell Astrodome vice president for convention Sand expositions said thursday Urcla will not have a Home court advantage even though the clans have played on the Losangeles sports Arena court that is to be shipped Here for the first doily double pays $1,972.40 Arcadia Calif a Mendy Joan a 76-1 Longshot and ged-,12-1, combined Talent to win the first two races at Santa to �7- j us sol a i1"1 Sel " Tutu k Duy double Ord payoff of$1,872.40. Mendy Joan returned $154 for a $2 win ticket Andi up Mega. $28 the restive to keys were i by or a and Juan Gonzalez both apprentice riders. Ulu",0 .11 truck record a Yoff was $1,927, set Jan 8 1963 a Bobby 8 love and Royston. Seventy one v2 to sets were sold on the a combination of Mendy Joan and ged Mogul but no $11 tickets basketball game to be played inthe domed Structure. Urcla plays Only a few of it games on that court and besides we Are obtaining the backboard from Massachusetts and the baskets from local sources o con Nell said. The dugouts will be 18 inches Ter the annual pro basketball drafts. Hayes ranked 15th among All time College basketball scorers with 2,119 Points leads the nation in Point totals this season with 418 Points through Las saturday s games. In game averages Hayes theall America from Houston takes a Back seat in fourth place to National Leader Pete Maravich of Louisiana state who sports a Mark on 359contests. 44.9 per Points in game eight deep and four feet wide they will be necessary in that no spectators will be on the main floor and we want every one in the stands to have a Goodview of the court o Connell estimated it will Cost about $10,000 to convert the stadium for basketball after it is used Jan. 12-13 for an Auto thrill show and destruction Derby. The Esti mate includes renting and ship Ping the los Angeles court. The court will not arrive i Houston until Jan. 17 and it will have to be returned to los an Geles immediately after the Urcla game o Connell said it is to be used in los Angeles the week before and the week after our o Connell expects to have the court ready for practice sessions Jan. 18 and 19.ucla played three games on he Arena court during the dec.17-30 los Angeles Holiday Clas in tournament and is scheduled meet Southern California there March 9.o Connell said lighting is the by major detail that has no teen worked out thoroughly. Equally Brilliant Cal Murphy of Niagara is runner up in this week s National collegiate sports services statistics re leased Friday with a 42.5 aver age on 340 Points for eight games. Rich Travis of Oklahoma City is third with 34.4. Hayes has a 32.2 scoring Allen of Bradley is the new Field goal percentage Leader with 96 of 135 floor shots for a .711 Mark and Bob Arnz Enof notre Dame gained the foul shooting Lead on 32 of 34 Charit tosses for a .941 percentage. Rebound Pace Eastern Kentucky s Garfield Smith retained his rebound Lea this week with a 23.8 game Urcla leads in team offence with a 105.5 scoring average while Tulsa has the Sti Giest Defenso of a 55.0average yield. Bradley leads in Fiela goal percentages at .556,Utah is first in foul shooting at .81% and St. Francis a stops in rebounds with a 05.7 scoring leaders q Foft up. , l8u 8 138 81 888 44.8 Murphy. No Tiara 8 131 78 840 42.6travis. Okla City Hayea Houston land a by Bona Portman Creighton Hill. W. Rex a 8t Hooi utely. Holy o. Foster. Miami not Damo v 71 44 188 2&9 8 118 88 876 84.413 181 m 4u 0 117 81 my 8v.4u 130 60 820 28.1 8 m 10 m 28.86 40 47 138 87.8 8 81 so 12 87.0 brewing for quite a , vacationing in Mobile ala., said he had no Winner was Given a new two year contract by the cardinals the Day after the team s season ending loss to Tho giants in new York. Roland said that he was no the object of any discrimination but i could see it happening twosome of the All pro tackle Ernie Mcmil Lan who has been with the Cardinal organization seven years minimized the com plaints by saying i Don t eve remember what the grievances were. There was nothing so overbearing that we could t live with and Mcmillan both confirmed that the negro players had met for More than three hours during the wee before the team s final game in new York. They also confirmed that the meeting produced the two Page letter addressed to Winner and signed by every one of the negro said we did not demand anything from the coach. Our Only interest was to help the team next year and we wanted to discuss problems for a possible solution toward that fullback Willis Crenshaw said there was nothing threatening. We gave the list of grievances to the head coach to Settle in his own players refused to discuss any grievances include Don the list. The layers denied a published report that the letter demanded the firing of an assistant coach. Compromise sought Roland said that the letter mentioned one of the assistant coaches and asked for a Compromise in this coach s Way of thinking and going about the club s owners Bill an Stormy Bidwill were in Miami for a National football league meeting. The cardinals office in St. Louis released statement from the Bidwill bid wills statement said Cardinal negro players had meeting with coach Charley Winner to discuss common problems. It was no different than Many meetings Hel Between players either As individuals or in groups and the head coach to Iron out statement said there was Frank discussion an agreement Between the players and the coach. There were Noso called demands. We Antici Pate no problems with Cardina players in 1968." the bid wills added Rumor Sof dissension always seem to go along with a losing Streak or closing season. It s an easy explanation. It s the easy the cardinals had an encouraging Start under inexperienced quarterback Jim Harland had q 4-2 record after the first six games. They lost four of their last five games and finished in third place in the Century division with a 8-7-1 record. Women s Golf head name new York a mrs. Robert m. Monsted of new Orleans has been appointed chair Man of the Golf association s women s committee for 1968, the Urga announced

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