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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - January 10, 1968, Darmstadt, HessePage 20 the stars and stripes wine Day january 10, 1968 Casper Victor on 208 Buena Park Calif. Up former . Open Champion Billy Casper carded a 89 thereunder Par sunday for a tournament record 54-Hole total of 208 to win the $31,000 Southern California open. Casper s eight under Par score broke the Golf tournament s record of 213 set by George Bayer in 1965 and tied by Dean Refram lust finished three strokes in front of Al Johnston the second round Leader tit 138, and Howie Johnson. Johnston had a 73while Johnson shot a 69 sunday. Casper who had earlier rounds of 88 and 71, earned $8,000 while the second place finishers Ach took Home $2,500. The 1985 . Open Winner had nines of 33-38 with birdies on the first third seventh 10thand 13th Hole and bogeys on the Lith and 12th s 54-Hole total also was a course Sutton finished fourth with a final round 72 for 212 and$1,250. Lee elder also shot a 72 for 213 and was a five Way tie at 214 among Bob Mccun Listor witha 89 sunday Dave Hill with a 70, Monte Sanders with a 71,Richard Martinez with a 72 and Bayer with a 74.they were followed by six slayers at 215chris Blocke Rohn Lotz Dean Beman Bil Garrett. Larry Ziegler and Mac top Amateur was Kent Richardson of in no beachcalif., who had a 78 in the Fina round for 221.the top finishers Billy Cumor 0.000 88-71 to 208al Johnston 68-70-7131 Howie Johnson $2.1100 73 00 0921alex Button $1,v50 72 68 72 212 Loo Bliler 11.000 2 flit 72213 Bob i 700 78-7001-214dav Hill $700 73-71-70214 Mono 8umtcrs $700 74 00-71214illolmrcl Murt Lurz $700 72-70-7221 Poorie buyer $700 70-707421dull locker �120 74-h-70215 John lot $u2ft 70-74 71--21idean Hon inn �120 70-74-71m Bill Carroll 320 72-71-7321larry Al Colet $320 71717321 Mao Hunter $32& 70-717421chariot Birtold $200 72-74-7021 a Tot Reid $200 t1-7&-7021ulcjmrcl Carmody $200 t3-72 7�21 Larry we $200 73-79-7221bill Blanton $300m 73-71-7321dewltt Weaver $200 74-8-7421 Killy nabs 1st win Kidd impresses Adel Boden Switzer and a Jean Claude Killy of France confirmed his ratings the world s top Alpine skier with a classic Victory in Mon giant slalom Switzerland Edmund Bruggmann in the first Day s combined events. After trailing race the 24-year-old customs Man from Val d Sere really turned on the heat in the Sec Ond run. He won by Well Over a second and his Over All Vic tory time of 3 02.81 was a comfortable 1.55 seconds ahead of Bruggmann in 3 04.18. After two events these two skiers head the world cup stand Ings with 45 Points each. Stefan Kaelin of Switzerland was third monday in 3 05.48. The Swiss racers continued the Brilliant form they hit in Germany last week and had five placing sin the top eight. Billy Kidd 24-year-old univer Blue division games Wiesbaden cops 2 from Munich Wiesbaden special the Wiesbaden warriors opened Blue division basketball action Las weekend with a pair of victories Over Munich s visiting Mustangs,88-77 and 82-77. Chuck Smookler led the warriors in Over All scoring getting 15 Friday and 25 saturday. Ray Friday s game Wiesbaden q r t q f to 1 18 Allen 10 3 22munichr. Arlen d. . Bright. 088 Owen 304 Boll 18 1 27 Jones 10 4 24 och ring 134 . 1 13 3 17 0 8 3 4 1 18339 Toul a Munich r. By cod. Bryce Bra rat Ryan her achoo Hurron totals 32 13 77 total saturday s game 38 12 88 Wiesbaden q f t oft9 4 22 Allen 248 0 2 12 Owen 5 b 188 3 18 Bull 8 1 17 419 Smookler 6 13 26287 Dodd 3 1 b 237 Jones 1 0 2oil a Ochrang 328 Oil Edmonds 103 30 it 77 total 28 26 82 Litwhiler set As coach for olympic 9 new York a Danny Litwhiler of Michigan state will coach a . College baseball team which will compete in an eight team tournament in connection with the olympic games in Mexico City this . Baseball federation making the announcement tues Day said Litwhiler will be assisted by Frank Sancet of Arizona and Elmer Kosub of St. Mary a second . Team will Jour to South America for a series of exhibitions. Weichers9 00 tops Crosby qualifiers Pebble Beach. Calif up husky Jimmy Weichers idled by an operation since november fired a six under Par 66 monday to come within on shot of the course record and Lead a Field of 24 qualifiers forthe blog Crosby Golf tour a former Western Amateur Champion and now in his second year on the pro circuit. P Oulu Una a Uulu Hub Micum. Mul Kuy Cuch via. Bulb Kuula c i Mill Kupus. to Tuzun. Wac Lila. Kan. Uoo my Iplie coca Natiw. La Liob Llo lilt t Ostlund. Or. Tour who Isan eight year we Ottn 71 71 73 74 74 74 71 m 74 70 70 70 to 71n 77 7b mond Allen was Wiesbaden Seader Friday with 22. Munich s Bruce Dickensen Ledall scorers for the series with 49 Points 27 on Friday and 22on saturday. Another big scorer both Day for the warriors was Brad sell. He connected for 17 Points i both games. The two teams exchanged the Lead five times in the last five minutes of Friday s game before the warriors finally pulled away with some fancy outside shoot ing. Munich took an Early Lead i saturday s game before falling behind at half time 37-33. Deane snares 2nd straight at Garn Tisch Garmisch Germany a Cial Steve Deane of the div made it two straight in the armed forces recreation area racing season hero by taking special slalom on the Eidsee s 400-meter course with a combined time of 59.7 seconds. Deane last year s Usa Reutski Champion had runs of 29.8 and 30.1 for the two fastest times of the Day on the 25-Gate course. Stuart Ostrander of 3rd Arm came in second at 61.9, and a London coasts to victories Over Brussels London special the Lon Don bobcats had too much experience for Brussels and coasted to two easy wins in Western division High school action Over the weekend. The bobcats took Friday s engagement 74-21, and came Back on saturday to Post a 72-13 Vic tory. John Leggett took scoring laurels in the first win with 17points and Houston Kelly paced the second with 18. Friday s game Brussels London Oft q f 1 m. Klopfer 0 0-0 0 keys 3 2-4 Holland 01-01 love 33-69 Woodward 1 3-7 6 Christiansen 2 1-2ferguson 0 0-0 0 Randolph b 1-3 1 Bollock 20-04 forester 40-18plala 10-02 Lott 1 2-8 4 i Clyke 3 1-9 7 Banner 0 0-0 o. Klopfer 0 0-4 0 Marln 20-04 Scarrott 00-40 Wool 0 0-0 0carluccl 03-32 Leggett t 3- 17 Kelly 40-08 7 7-26 21 total 31 12-25 74 s 821totalbrunei London 22 14 19 1974fouled out none. Total Foula Brussels 18, London 20 saturday s game Brussels London f t q m. Al for 10-12 Keya 4 2-210holland 00-00 love 1 2-0 Woodward 00-00 Christiansen 2 3-4furguaon 00-00 Randolph 3 0-7 to Lack 00-00 forester 30-06 1 Iala 80-30 Lott 1 2-3indyke 2 1-2 6 Banner 0 1-2 1 o. Klopfer 00-00 Marln 03-22bcarrltt 00-10 Wool 00-00 curl col 00-00 Leggett 8 2-3 8kelly 8 2-0 18 total 1-7 13brussels London 17 1s 28 2072fouled out Brua eur m. Klopfer o. Total 26 22-34 72 228 013 foul Brussels 23, London 9 3-year television pact set for . Open new York a Abc Wil telecast the . Open for the next three years under an agree ment announced Here by the television network and the unite states Golf association. The open now a four Day affair will be shown in color on the three last Days each Yea the 1968 open will be played at Oak fill. Country club in Rochester n.y., june 13-18. Steve Deane. Takes special slalom Niel Sturm of 4th army place third in 64.1. Mike Buffer of the recreation enter took first place in the intermediate class with a 68.combined time. Maryse Dumont of Oberammergau won the ladies Specia slalom Over a shortened Cours with a two run total of 70.3 seconds followed by Pam Watson of Garmisch in 72.7. Junior boys honors was take by Michael Carpenter of Munich in 69.8, while Pat Zielinski Garmisch captured the Junior girls prize with a 79.5 showing sity of Colorado student of stowcvt., maintained his record of finishing in the top 10 Ever race Tahtia far in this olympic season. A was third in the first run and tied for ninth in the second to take Over All fourth lace in 3 05.73. In the world cup be is running third with 26 Points Kidd who is making a great comeback after being out for18 months with a broken leg said i m quite Happy. I skied Well today and things arc com ing along nicely. But it s Gre Noble i am interested in and that s another month Heuga of Squaw Valley Calif., a notoriously slow starter each season was the second Best american in 20th position with a time of 3 09.17. It was Killy s first big win of the season and he appears to be rounding into top form for the olympics. Although characteristically modest he quietly confided to teammates that he was very confident of winning Mon Day. At the finish he was non com Mittal. It went Well i am glad to have my first Victory of the year he said. Experts fear that the Swiss racers the revelation of the sea son thus far May have reached their Peak too Early. It was an average Day for the austrians. Karl Schranz was fifth Over All in 3 06.00. Herbert Huber and Werner Bleinert filled ninth and tenth places in 3 07.15and 3 07.48, respectively. But it was still a better Tea performance than that of their great French rivals who had Only Killy in the top 10. Both races were run monday after a Snow blizzard ruled out racing on sunday. It Snowe steadily for most of the event but the track was in Good shape and fast with no wind. The course was 1,800 meters Long and dropped 410 meters through 60 Gates. Both race were held on the same run with Only minor Gate spotlight now switches to Grin Elwald where the biggest ladies meeting before the olym pics was to Start tuesday Wea ther permitting. It is the first event of the season to comprise the full olym Pic program special and giant slalom downhill and combined. Alta Utah up a Mon Tana state University senior and a 19-year-old Mammoth Moun Tain Calif., girl won combined Snow cup giant slalom Hono Shere Over the weekend. Wayne Berge a mus Alpiner placed third in saturday s first giant slalom and second Sunda to win the coveted engraving on the 26-year-old Snow Cox a student of Mammoth Mountain coach Dave Mccoy won saturday s giant slalom race. She placed third sunday for her combined title. 3rd brigade wrestlers take 3rd army div championship Kirch Goens Germany special highlighted by a final session of six straight pins the 3rd army div wrestling tour wound up Here saturday night with 3rd brigade coming out on top with 79 place in the three Day tourney which attracted 36 wrest lers was 1st brigade with 27 Points followed by div arty 26,2nd brigade 26, and disco 11. Dick Rudacille of 2nd brigade was voted the tourney s outstand ing wrestler. The usareur154-Pound co Champion swept through his class with ease win Ning four of five matches with Quick pins and dec Sioning 3rd brigade s Larry Elu by the phenomenal score of 29-2 in his other outstanding performances were turned in by 1st brigade Santhony Robinson in the 1253 Pound class 3rd brigade s Arthu Romero in the 138.5-Pound class and 3rd brigade s Larry Neal in the 171.5 Pound winners under the bad Point system were brigade s David Pettit at Iju pounds div arty s Galen in the 213.5-Pound a Nike and 1st brigade s 240-Pound Mai thew Jackson

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