European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Jan 6 1968, Page 20

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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - January 6, 1968, Darmstadt, HesseAl january 6, 1968 the stars and stripes Page 21 Heads Aba East team Jolly German giant towering Ullrich Herbst dwarfs Ralp snoody a 5-foot-6 backcourt Ace of the american All stars and Rony Kuyl a 5-10 Star of the Belgium National team both of whom competed against Herbst in a recent Bremerhaven inter National basketball tournament. Herbst. Who stands 7-3, led his German All Star mates to second place in the tourney which was won by Holland. The . Team finished third. Wilt unanimous All Star new York up a Veter an 10-Man squad led by unanimous selection Wilt Chamberlain and three members of the Boston celtics was named Oday to represent the Eastern division in the National Basket Ball association s 18th annual East West All Star game on jan23. Chamberlain the Philadelphia enter who has made the a Star game every year since became into the Aba in 1959, was the Only player to receive perfect 12.000-Polnt total in voting by sports writers an broadcasters from each of the division cities. Three celtics named they also selected three members of the celtics the maximum allowed from any on team. Representing Boston in the Madison Square Garden contest will be Center Bill Russell Forward John Havlice Kand guard Sam Jones. Rounding out the East squad will be Chamberlain s team mate guard Hal Greer Forward Jerry Lucas and guard Oscar Robertson from Cincinnati for Ward Dave Debusschere and Sophomore guard Dave bin from Detroit and new York s Willis Reed the leading vote getter among the forwards with 11.270 Points. Robertson and Bing led in the backcourt balloting with 11.750 Points apiece. The East which has won 11 of the previous 17 meetings will be coached by Alex Hannum who automatically got the nod after leading Philadelphia to the Eastern division Crown last season. Hannum will select two More players next week to round out the squad and under league rules at least one will have to be from Baltimore since none of the bullets was selected in the voting. Chamberlain Robertson us Oklahoma top bowl stars new York up Souther California and Oklahoma Domin ated the ail bowl team selected wednesday by United press International. Halfback . Simpson an two Southern California linemen who ripped open the holes for him in the Rose bowl led the Fernande Bochatey defies medic captures women s grand slalom Ober Taufen Germany up Fernande Bochatey a 21-year-old Brunette who say skiing is her profession Friday gave Switzerland its third Winin a Row at the world cup Alpine ski races in Swiss girl took advantage of the first starting number Towin the giant slalom of the seventh Taufen cup races i 1 27.24 Bruggmann of Switz Erland won the two giant slalom races at nearby Hindelang wednesday and Steurer of France finished second in 1 28.33 min utes according to unofficial re sults. Defending world cup Auerbach denies Luigi Baltimore up re Dauerbach general manager of the Boston celtics denied thursday a report published Here that he might buy into the Baltimore bullets basketball team. The Baltimore news Amerl ican said a respected and i wormed source within Heinba informed that Auerbach might become a part owner of the bullets in a shakeup in the team s ownership. Porsche dub meeting scheduled for Jan. 9 Darmstadt Germany Spe-,.ai the new porsche club which has been formed in the Wiesbaden Frankfurt Darm Stadt area will meet Jan. 9 Ati . In the Bowling Alley of the Mam Taurus centrum the Large Wipping Center located Between Wiesbaden and Frankfurt. For additional information nose who live in the Wiesbaden s can Cau Wiesbaden civilian5678 or 75780. For Darmstadt. Wug area persons Call 6103-7515 or 06074-703�. The team is owned by three men Arnie heft who is reported on his Way out Abe Pollin Andablo Foreman. Pollin is a close Friend of Auerbach and fore Man was a rival of Auerbach s in bidding for use of the for soccer teams. Foreman s group won out but the team settled instead in Baltimore under the ownership of Jerry Hoffberger. When informed of the Story i Boston. Auerbach laughed and said 4this is All news to me the first i be heard of asked if he was interested unbecoming an owner of the bullets he said at the present time Auerbach was a member of group which tried unsuccessfully to buy the celtics More than year ago and he has since disposed of the Stock he held inthe club. The bullets have lost Money since the team entered the Aba in the 1961-62 season. Their lease on the Baltimore civic Center expires this year an they have had difficulty in negotiating a More favourable lease. Champion Nancy Greene of Canada was third in 1 28.76. Miss Bochatey s upset Winover the highly favored French girls and miss Greene eve caught the Swiss Camp by sur prise. The Swiss team doctor an team coach Peter Baumgartner had told miss Bochatey not to Start because of a Back injury a Swiss official Bochatey who will be 22 later this month and makes her Home in Les mar Cottes started at her own Bochatey refused any congratulations until miss Greene was through. When the time of the Canadian girl who started in 14th position was announced Fernande threw her arms jubilantly into the air and was All smiles. Takes a spill another pre favorite reigning olympic and world giant slalom Champion Marielle Gitschel of France buried All her Hopes in the Snow. She fell at the steepest and most demanding part in the Middle of the 1,300-meter-Longcourse. Robin morning was the leading american in 10th position Fol Lowed by Karen Chaffee in 14thplace. Teammate Karen Budge who finished Lith was disqualified along with Ingrid Laforgue of France who had finished 12th.both girls missed Gates on the Long downhill run. Judge Magelof the United states was 16th. Dates for cardinals St. Louis a St. Loui Cardinal pitchers and catchers will report to Al Lang Field inst. Petersburg Fla feb. 22,. And the rest of the card players will report feb. 28, the club an i bounced. Swan ton reaches finals England special Alconbury nov ice heavyweight Charle Swanton out slugged team mate Charles Holt to Posta third round technical knockout and gain the finals in the Safe . Conference tournament which was to con clude Here Friday. Swanton stopped Holt Only two seconds Short of the distance in qualifying to meet Jesse Garner of up per Heyford whose Koover Dan Meyers of South Ruislip was the second straight for the . Bat Tler. Also scoring a second straight to were Light heavyweight John Janis of Chicksands who stopped Harold Trainer of Laken Heath after two rounds and 1 i g h t middleweight Stephen Calderon of Alcon Bury a Winner in 1 32 of the third round Over Nell Moore of Joe Linkovich of South Ruislip was the quickest Winner finishing off James Miller of Wethersfield in 28 Sec i ones of the second round. The results Light wet to Ronald Wahl Alconbury. Deo Dan no Wood Csc Amnda George Menea i Alconbury Tod John Romanchyk Wecht Wield. 1 211 Light Stephen Calderon Alconbury Tod Nell Moor Ohl Luand l 3a 3rd to Unkovich. South Kulu he Tod James Miller we Iem Fjeld. 0 28 2nd Bolo non Bradley Alconbury Tod an Thony Jullano. South Rural up 2 00 it Joe Lewis. Michael Wash Lakenheath 2nd Light heavy weight John Jamili. Chi Luanda Tod Harold Trainer a Kenh Eatn 2 00 2nd Dennis Stewart Richard Little. Alconbury 1st jew Garner upper Heyford Tod Dan Mey ers Bouth a Zullp 1 00 3rd Charm Bantou Alconbury to Godcharles Hull. Alu Onibury 1 48 3rd. The South All stars and Center Bob Johnson of Tennessee. Johnson the All America Cen Ter who played nose to nose with Liggins barely shaded Sopho More Center Jack Kovar of Texas am. On the defensive line with Liggins were Kevin Hardy of notre Dame and the East team and Rocky Rosema of Michigan and the North at the ends Gary Magner of Southern California and Mike Dirks of Wyoming atthe tackles. Linebackers were Bill Hobbs of Texas am outstanding defender in the Cotton bowl against la Bama and Sophomore Jack Ley nolds of Anderson of Colorado a stick out in both the Blue net bowl and Blue Gray in topped the defensive bar a including Oklahoma s Bob Stephenson Dennis Coyne of Northwestern and the Nort my Frank Loria of Virginia hand the East. Offensive team and lifeguard Granville Liggin. Of Oaklahoma s Orange bowl champs topped a defensive unit including players from 10different teams. Southern California also placed a Man on the defensive unit for a total of four on the22-Man squad. Oklahoma had one on the offensive unit two on defense. The Trojan Trio on Offens Ewas a stick out in the eyes of press Box observers and television viewers. Simpson scored both touchdowns and ran for 128yards in a 14-3 Victory Over Indiana with tackle Ron Yarvand guard Dennis born blocking on key Kim Hammond and flanker Ron Sellers of Florida state and halfback Glenn Smith of Louisiana state rounded out the All bowl and Sellers were vital figures in Florida state s17-17 comeback tie against Penn state in the Gator ran for one touch Down and passed for another while hitting 38 of 55 for a record 363 Yards. Sellers caught14 for a record 145 Yards. Smith a Sophomore score done touchdown As leu came Back to beat Wyoming in the sugar bowl and he went for clutch Rains in All three scoring drives to win the game s most valuable player award. Other receivers the other receivers on the offensive unit were Tommy Morel of Louisiana state who caught two touchdown passes and Phil Odle of Bri Hamyoung who caught one for the West in the shrine the offensive line with Yary and born were tackle Bob Kalsu of Oklahoma guard Edgar Chandler of Georgia and

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