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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - January 14, 1968, Darmstadt, HesseSunday january 14, 1968 the stars and stripes Page 19 mrs. King named 67 Gal athlete new York a Billie Jean King the bouncy outspoken housewife who reestablished America s supremacy in women s Lennis beat out Golf Queen Kaiv Whitworth and figure skating Champion Peggy Flem ing in being named the female athlete of the year for 1967 i vote of 372 sports write Sand broadcasters participating in the annual associated press poll mrs. King from Berkeley calif., Drew 196 first place votes and 854 Whitworth the leading female athlete in 1965 and 1966,had 70 first place votes and 523 Points while the 18-year-old miss Fleming was third with 43 votes of. No. 1 and 392 Points. The Points were awarded on a basis of three for a first place vote two for second and one for . King using a new fan led steel Racket won the Wimbledon and . Championships and clearly gained the no. 1spot in the world rankings. In both tournaments she won the singles title by defeating Ann Haydon Jones of Britain in the finals 6-3, 6-4 at Wimbledon and 11-9, 6-4 at Forest Hills. The top ten in the voting with first place votes in parentheses and total Points on a basis of three Points for a first place vote two for second and one or third 1. Billie Jean King Tennis 196 2. Kathy Whitworth a Olf 70 3. Perry Fleming skating 43 4. Nancy Greene skiing 10 5. Debbie Meyer swimming 11 6. Claudia Kolb swimming 8 7. Charlotte Cooke track 7 8. It. Micki King diving 4 9. Catie Hill swimming 3 10. Mildred Ignuzzio Bowling 3 854 523 392 89 78 59 49 35 28 23 Gal poly Grid coach turns in resignation san Luis Obispo Calif up Sheldon Harden the head football coach at Cal poly at san Luis Obispo for the past six seasons has resigned Der. Robert e. Kennedy the school s president announced Here that Harden has asked for reassignment. Harden s coaching record wit the Mustangs was 17-42. He was an assistant coach Here from 1948until his appointment As head coach in 1962. Banium wins pea title Palm Beach gardens Fla a John Barnum with a final round 74 thursday won the 72-Hole pea National Golf club stroke play championship. Bar num finished with a 290 total one stroke ahead of Billy for third with 292s were Pete Cooper and Bob Hamilton Don Drysdale. All squared away Drysdale signs for $100,000 los Angeles a right hander Don Drysdale work horse of the los Angeles Dodg ers signed his 1968 contract Friday reportedly for $100,000. In Sharp contrast to the fiery Dollar War waged by dry Daleand the now retired Sandy Kou fax in the Spring of 1966, Al was peace and Light Between big Don and vice president . Buzzie Bavasi. I be got things squared away. Everything is Fine. I m real Happy with the contract Drysdale said from his Home in suburban hidden Valley. Drysdale s 1967 won lost rec Ord was 13-16, but he had a remarkable earned run average of 2.75 on a team notorious for its Lack of batting Power an defensive problems. The Koufax Drysdale de mands in 1966 lasted for weeks and ended just before the sea son began. Koufax sources said received $120,000 and Drysdale$105,000. Happy with third now Shannon inks for 40gs St. Louis up handsome Mike Shannon shuddered when he said it a lot of people would have panicked if they same the first time at third i was just Plain ignorant atthe hot Corner the 28-year-old Shannon said As he inked his1968 contract with the world Champion St. Louis figure for Shannon who earned about $6,000 in his firs year in 1958, was in the $40,000 said he is forgetting How to play the Outfield his original position on the club. Cardinals twins Pennant choices Las vegas Nev. Up spa it a the 1968 baseball a on a three months away m or ure Book line on the full a due races iss de Day had the world Champion mi., t Jardin is and the f to to. Twins usted As Thea 1 a capture the nation iea8"e posted the cardinals at 8-5 to repeat in the National league and then listed in order Pittsburgh 5-2, san Francisco 3-1, Chicago 4-1, Cincinnati 5-1, Philadelphia 8-1, Atlanta 8-1,los Angeles 15-1, Houston 75-1 and new York 200-1.in the american league Minnesota was a 2-1 Choice Towin the Pennant followed by Baltimore 5-2, Detroit 3-1,Chicago 5-l Boston 6-1, califor Nia 8-1, Cleveland 15-1, Newyork 50-1, Washington 75-1 and the newly franchised Oakland entry is 100-1. Man for Man comparison of super bowl opponents Miami Fla. A Here s the Way the National league Cham Pion Green Bay packers and the american league Champion Oak land raiders match up for Sun Day s super bowl game. Offence split end packers no. 88, Boyd Dowler a 6-5, 225-Pound, nine year Veteran from Colora do who caught 54 passes for 838 Yards and four touchdowns during the regular season and grabbed two to passes in the Utle game Victory Over . 89, Bill Miller a 8-1, 105, six year Veteran from Miami who was virtually unused the last two seasons but came Back this year and caught 38passes for 537 Yards and six ads. Left tackle packers no. 76, Bob Skoronsky a 6-3, 245-Pound 10-year Veteran from Indian who is a Tough Blocker. Raiders no. 76, Bob Solhus a 6-4, 245pound, three year Veteran from Southern California who has been a regular wit the raiders since his Rookie year. Left guard packers no. 68, Oale ill Langham a 6-3, 255-Pound, two year Man from Minnesota who beat Veteran fuzzy Thurston out of the starting . 63, Gene Upshaw a 6-5, 255-Pound Rookie from Texas a i who Isa devastating Blocker on running plays. Leads most of the packers no. 57, Ken Bowman a 6-3,230-Pound, four year Veteran from wis Consin who has battled Rookie Bobhy land no. 50, for the starting Job All year. Raiders no. 00, Jim Otto a 6-2, 248-Pound, eight year Veteran from Miami who is the Only player to be named to theah Al team every year since the league started playing in 1960.right guard packers no. 64, Jerry Kramer a 6-3,245-Pound, 10-year Veteran from Idaho who is an exceptional Blocker and an All nil selection. Threw the Block that led Bart Starr for the title winning to against Dallas. Raiders no. 65, Wayne Hawkins a 6-0,240-Pound, eight year Veteran from Pacific who is a Workmanlike pass Blockland a Tough competitor. Right tackle packers no. 75, Forrest Gregg a 6-4, 250-Pound, 11-year Veteran from Southern methodist. A potent Blocker on the Power sweep Good pass protector and All of selection. Raiders no. 79, Harry Schuh a 6-3,260-Pound, three year Veteran from Mem Phis state who is Strong fast and Tough pass Blocker. Tight end packers no. 81, Marv Fleming a 6-4, 235-Pound, five year Veteran from Utah who is a Good Blocker and caught 10 passes for 126 Yards this . 33, Billy Cannon a 6-1, 220-Pound, eight year Veteran from Loui Siana state who switched from running Back to end three years ago caught 10scoring passes and was named to the All Al team this packers no. 15, Bart Starr a 6-1, 190-Pound, 12-year Veteran from Alabama. Rated one of the coolest quarterbacks inthe business he completed 115 of 210 passes this season for 1,823 Yards an nine ads. Raiders no. 3, Daryle Lamonica a6-3, 218-Pound, five year Veteran from notre Dame who was the Al s mos valuable player and the league s no. 1 rated quarterback with 220 completions in425 attempts and 30 to passes. Running Back packers no. 44, Donny Anderson a 6-3, 210-Pound, two year Man from Texas tech who took Over when Elijah Pitts was injured and carried 97 times for 402yards and six ads. Packers also use no. 23, Travis Williams a Rookie from Arizona state who set an nil record by re turning four kickoffs for . 40, Pete Banaszak a 5-11, 200-Pound, two year Man from Miami Fla.,who stepped in when Clem Daniels wan Hurt and gained 376 Yards in 68 packers no. 30, Chuck Mercen a 6-3,230-Pound, three year Veteran from Yale who was picked up after being Cut by new York to fill in when Jim a Rabowsky was injured. Curried 14 times for b6yards. Packers also uhf no. 30, Ben Wil son a four year Veteran from Souther California. Raiders no. 35, Hewritt Dixon a fl-1,220-Pound eight year Veteran from Florida am who was the raiders top receive with 59 catches for 563 Yards and two ads. Tho former Tiff it i my ran 103 time for 55 Yards and five Tus. Flanker packers no. 84, cur Roll Dale a 62, 200 Pound to i it a tour Veteran from Virginia tech who caught 3ft passes for 738 Yarus mostly on Long no. 25, Fred Biletnikoff a 6-1, Luo Thiu Iii three year Veteran fro Florida state who Hud his Best year with 40 catches Lor 87ti Yards. Defense left end packers no. 87, Willie Davis a 6-3, 245 Pound 10-year Veteran from Uram by Iii May be the quickest end in the league. All nil . 77, Ike Lassiter a 0-5, 270-Pouod, Glt your Veteran from St. A Tia tone 8, . Underrated but Strong an Quick for a Man his size. Left tackle packers no. 77, Ron boat Clolk a 6-4, 260-Pound, seven year Veteran from Cincinnati. Strong and Tough to likes to run Over . 63, Dan Bardwell a 6-4, 260-Pound, six year Veteran from Good pass rusher he is Seldom suck ered. A steady tackle packers no. 74, Henry Jordan a 6-3,250-Pound, 11-year Veteran from Virginia. His biggest asset is his enormous strength and ability to get past blockers. Raiders no. 74, Tom Keating a 6-2,247-Pound, four year Veteran from Michi Gan. Exceptionally Quick he s considered by Many to be Oakland s Best defensive player. All Al end packers no. 82, Lionel Aldridge a 6-4, the Horsey set Portland Ore. A Randi Stuart of Tulsa okla., who has won 15 world championships i various phases of horse Manship since 1962, and Earl Teater of Lexington ky., have been named horsewoman and horse Man of the year. Teater is the Trainer and exhibitor for the Castelum farms. They were picked by members of the american horse shows received a special Statuette at a luncheon i their Honor. Court to hear Clay s Appeal Houston Tex. A Cas Sius Clay s Appeal of his Jun conviction on draft evasion charges will be heard Bya three judge panel of the 5th . Circuit court of appeals feb. 19. A court clerk said Friday members of the court will not be disclosed until the Day of the hearing. The former heavyweight Box ing Champion was convicted after refusing april 28 to take the traditional step Forward that is symbolic of induction into the armed forces. He received the maximum sentence of five Yea Sand a $10,000 Fine. 245-Pound, five year pc torn from Utah state. He made a remarkable recovery from a broken leg to regain his starting Job. Raiders no. 83, Ben in Vlahon a 6-8,280-Pound, Beven year Veteran from Washington. Nicknamed Tho tree David son delights in Rushing lie passer. Left linebacker packers no. 80, Davo Robinson a 6-3, 240-Pound, five year Veteran from pc state. At nil and regarded by Many a the Best linebacker in the . 42, Bill Lynskey a 6-3. 235 Pound three year Veteran from Michigan state. Became a regular this reason after part time work in 1900. Strong and fast Middle linebacker packers no. 66, Ray not Sehic a 6-3,240-Pound, 10-year Veteran from Illinois. Very Strong and a hard Tacker. Quick enough to help on pass defense too. Raiders no. 56, Dan Conners a 6-1,230-Pound, four year Veteran from Miami. A Strong aggressive Tacker who has Knack for being in the right place at Uio right linebacker packers no. 60, Lee Roy Caffey a 6-3,260-Pound, five year Veteran from thu. Rangy Tough Tacker who often drop Back on pass coverage. Raiders no. 34, Gus Otto a 6-1, 220-Pound, three year Veteran from Missouri. He s been a starter Ever since he Cameto the raiders and his an cd and Maneu ver ability make him a Good cornerback packers no. 26, Herb Addorley a 6-0,200-Pound, seven year Veteran from Mich Igan state. Quick and . 47, Kent Mccloughan. A 6-1, 190-Pound, three year Veteran from Nebraska. All Al Sci Cotton. He switched from offence in College to defense As Apro. Left safety packers no. 40, Tom Brown 6-1, 190 Pound four year Veteran from remembered for end zone interception that stopped last gasp Dallas driven 66 title game. Raiders no. 45, Dave Grayson 6-10,187-Pound, seven year Veteran from Ore gon. Switched from cornerback to safety this season. He s Happy with the change. Right safety packers no. 24, Willie Wood a 5-10, 190-Pound, eight year Veteran from South Ern California. A speedy Roamer who Cov ers plenty of ground. All nil . 21, Rodger Bird a 5-11, 195-Pound, two year Veteran from Ken Tucky. No. 20, Warren Powers a 6-1, 190 Pounder five year Veteran from Nebraska might replace Bird who is injured. Powers is a smart defender who is Tough to beat. Right cornerback packers no. 21, Bob Jeter a 6-1, 205 Pound five year Veteran from Iowa. Gambler who relies on his Speed and an other All nil . 24, Willie Brown a 6-1, 190-Pound, five year Veteran from Gram bling. A persistent defender who covers his zone packers no. 34, Don Chandler 6. 6-2,210-Pound 12-year Veteran from Florida handles Field goals and extra Points. He kicked 19 of 29 Field goals and 39 extra Points oils season. Donnie Anderson i the punter and averaged 36.6 Yards per . 16, George Blunda a ft-3, 215-Pound, 18-year Veteran from Ken Tucky handles Field goals and extra Points. He kicked 20 of 30 Field goals and56 extra Points this season. Mike Els child a 6-0, 190-Pound two year Manfrom upper Iowa is the punter and aver aged 44.3 Yards per kick. The rosters no. Name pos.86 Dowler Boyd e 81 Fleming Marv te55 Flanigan Jim la 68 Gillingham Gale g33 Grabowski Jim re 75 Gregg Forrest t-g43 Hart Doug do 13 Horn Don qb50 by Laius Bobc a 21 Jeter Bob db74 Jordan Henry it 77 Kostelnik Ron dt64 Kramer Jerry g 80 Long Bob fl30 Mem in Chuck re 85 Mcgoe Max e66 nuts Choc Ray la 89 Robinson Duve lb45 it user John do 76 Skoronsky Bob t15 Starr Bartib 63 Thurston Fred g73 Weatherwax Jim it 23 Williams Travis rb36 Wilson Ben re 24 Wood Willie db72 Wright Steve t continued from Page 18 i. 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