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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - January 14, 1968, Darmstadt, HessePage 20 the stars and stripes sunday january 14, 1968 Pott whips Spyglass Hill takes Crosby Lead pm b b i. I l him Veteran ilk am Johnny , Tho least Likely of till the touring pros o Tamo Spyglass Hill did just that to the monster in the second round of the $104,500 Bing Crosby National pro Arn Friday shooting n competitive course record one Muler Par 71to grab the second round Lead with a Hole total of 141.Pott, about As erratic a player As there is on the p Jat our thus put together his two Best rounds in a Long time inthe Crosby Clambake to take a one stroke Lead Over aussie Bruce Devlin who had a two under Par 09 at Cypress Point Hilly Casper who shot a Matching two under Par 69 a Pebble each. And Mike fetch ick who had a 71, also a Pebble. Frank Wharton a sometime touring pro from Dallas came a with the tournament Hest round thus far a five under Par 67 at Cypress Point to move int third place with a two round score of 143. While most of the score improved especially at Cypress cops Van Raaphorst pro Grid Golf tourney Hollywood Beach Fla up Dick Van Raaphorst of the san Diego chargers won the professional football players Golf tournament Friday at the Hollywood Beach hotel country club with a Low Handicap total of 142 for 36 holes. In the first clash on the Golf course Between the National football league and the Ameri can football league the Char Ger kicking specialist gave thearl the first Success in a weekend which winds up wit sunday super bowl game at Miami. Van Raaphorst made the longest trip of any of the 77 players who entered the two Day meet. The Victory earned him a new automobile. The former Ohio state Sta played a steady game both Days and had a medal score of 79-80159. Second place went to another kicker Jim Bakken of the . Louis cardinals with a Low Handicap total of 143. Last year Winner defensive Backwick leh cuu of Tho Detroit Lions had the Low medal for Friday a three Over Par 73. Point and Pebble Beach Spyglass continued to take its toll All except for Pott the 32-year-old, 12-year touring pro who managed to win $37,927 year ago while failing to take a single tourney , who had a two under Par the leaders i Plinny Pott 7071hi Hilly cart put 7 -nn--42 Unoo i Elln 7 t id-142 milk i Var hark 71-71142 or my we Mrtin 7uii7143 Linb Liy nor Lelh 7ii-Kh 144 if of Kiwi Ilicin 73-71--144 Tummy tur Utin bl-7.r 144 do inn la ruin 74-71145 to Brown 74-71 140 Dun Kiffe 71-71115 Hullo John Ion 711-72 of Don 7i -7l 1 of Don Lamury 7.v71--146 i on Al Der 7h-7, i--14 Jirik no Caliuis 71-7.1 146 mob Smith 73-73140 Duve him a -77 140 or u Orch no Bk-7814 1 Arnold Palmer 7h-70141 Kay Moyd 7ji-os-147 1 ony to u Kiln 7 75117 Phil us Arpra 7.1-72147 1 111 Garrett 72-7f 147 i Uwi i Fra Ier 78-l 147 Art Wall or 75-7l 147 won Ellla or 7.1-72147 Krunk Board 76-72148 Cllrk Mur Tanuz 78-70148 Wood 75-7 1148 Hilly Max who 74-741-18 Bob oct by 7-72148 ilex Baxter 77-71148 Hob Karl Dkxon 76-72-148 Jack Burke or 75-71--148 dal Douglass 73-73148 Don Illus 75-74149 Bill 78-73 14fl Francisco Lopez 77-h8149 Jack Kule 73-7--14l oar Brewer or 75-74149 Paul Bondeson 75-74149 Ken still 747.1149 Tom Leporte 77-7214 Miller Harbor 74-75149 John Lotis 78-7114 Frank Boynton 75-74149 Jerry plot cum 76-73-149 Charles Sefl Ord 70-74150 Dow fun Torwald 77-731,10 Scotty a Beaul 76-74-150 Torry Dill 70-74150 George Archer 78-72150 70 at Cypress on thursday hit every Green at Spyglass in regulation except for the 13thwhen he pulled his drive and took Only his second bogey of Tho round. He had three compensating birdies and three pulled Only once on the eighth where he took his first Pott was mastering Spyglass first round Leader Lou Graham who had a 68 a Cypress on thursday and Jack Nicklaus who had a 71 in the first round fell Back. Graham ballooned to a six Over 78 and austrian place 1-2 in Lau erhorn skiing Kidd 19th Wengen Switzerland a austrian veterans Gerhard Nen Ning and Karl Schranz scored great double Triumph in the first downhill race of the olympic sea son saturday. Nenning 27-year-old plumber plumber from Lech in the Arl Berg soared Down the famous Lau erhorn course at an average Speed of 82.939 . He clocked 1 59.88 for the 2,760-meter run which was 1.5kilometers Shorter than the traditional course because of Ava Lanche dangers on the upper slopes following a week of heavy snowfalls and blizzards. There was a 693-meter drop from Start to finish. Nenning was Over 1.5 second ahead of Schranz who was timed in 2 01.19. Shonta gets medical of Boston a defensive Back Chuck Shonta of the Bosto patriots has been Given medical clearance for the 1968 american football league season. Shonta an eight year Veteran with the patriots was examined by a specialist. He has suffered head injuries in each of the last three years. Boivin Sparks Pittsburgh to 4-3 win Over Leafs Pittsburgh up Veter an defens Eman Leo Boivin scored a go ahead goal in the second period and assisted on what proved to be the winning tally in the third As the Pittsburgh penguins Defeated the Toronto Maple Leafs 4-3 Friday night. Art Stratton 15th goal of the season at 1 43 of the closing period insured Pittsburgh be Montieth wrestlers capture 4th army team championship Birndorf Germany Spe Cial Montieth Barracks picked up two division titles and four runner up slots in the finals of the 4th army div wrestling tour Ney Here Friday to take Home i he team championship with 51points. Mambert Ami the Host pile Harracks q u a d each captured two individual titles As the form or i might ii second in Liam Tiu or Lilious ii t7 Points and thei Illarr third ii is w is Anil Runi Irr i .11,1,1 a ,1. School . Nil i ii . He i ? nil i 1,1.- i of the ten weight classes plus other selected wrestlers will enter training in preparation forthe usar Kur wrestling championships to be held in Fuerth feb. 8-10. The results lift ii Jerry Hanks Mon i la rtt Dirkx Miriam i Sli a. 1-in Trrry . Mui Ilii the bar 1.1, in ii Miril Miili. , Khz i to. I mkt Mlay in. V i. I to Liy till a v. 1 i,.illh k,.,-,i Luis i. A r. a n i in 1,1 ill Lull la i my ,. M � l i. I. i by ii tiny i l.iiii.,-, i Binm l " Illy a i hum i .1,-r Al i it h. A la. I 111 i ,. ,s.,,-i.-. Iii,.i-.-i,n ii.,1,1, ..-,,.,, j j i. Ii i j a , .uil, ,m ,imu., i Mii .,i, Lilli Luria a2 a of. 11.1 cond Victory Over the Leafs Inas Many games. Brian Conacher made it close with a final Toronto goal at 16 35. A Mcdonald and Bob Dilla Bough scored Pittsburgh other goals while Ron Ellis and Murray Oliver registered for Toronto. Pittsburgh Andy Bathgate had two assists to run his scoring leadership in the Western division of the nation Al hockey league to 34 Points. Boivin goal late in the Middle session gave Pittsburgh a 3-2 Lead. It was a Long shot from the left Side near the penguins Blue line. Toronto scored the first goal of the game at 9 26 of the first period when Ellis tipped in along bouncing shot by Marcel Pronovost. Mcdonald tied i with 32 seconds left in the period. With 2 05 gone in the second period Dillabough broke away faked goalie Bruce Gamble tothe right and fired Home to the left. Oliver tied it 2-2 from Clos Range a 12 47. The two austrians brilliantly resisted a determined team Effort by the talented Young Swiss squad which at one stage filled the top four places. Swiss racers eventually filled the third fourth fifth and sixth spots. Edmund Bruggmann third in 2 01.80, took the Lead in the world Alpine cup standings with60 Points ahead of Jean Claude Killy of France 45, and Kar Schranz 36. The top american finisher was Billy Kidd 24, of Stowe it. In 19th place with a time of 2 03.49.Jim Barrows 23, Steamboat Springs colo., was 21st in 2 03.60. Then came. Spider Sabich of i Butz calif., 23rd Jim Heuga Squaw Valley calif., 49th, an Dennis Mccoy Bishop calif., 53rd. That was about what i expected said Bob Beattie. . Team chief but they re still within striking Killy fades the Shock of the Day was the Complete eclipse of world cup Holder Killy who was unbeaten in downhill last season with seven great International victories including the Lau erhorn. The 24-year-old customs Manfrom Val d Sere could Only make 13th place by far his worst result for two years. I skied badly today and was Well beaten he said. I have no sex Winner Nenning said a very fast race and could really get something out fit. I hardly put a foot Schranz who was All out for Victory was hopping mad after a mistake at the Entrance to Theta neck a Bend in the first stretch. I took it too wide and by the time i had corrected thefault i had lost the race he said. It was i Felt i payoff up $50,000 in champions Golf Las vegas Nev. Up to Tal prize Money for pro Golf 16th annual tournament of champions has been boosted by$50,000 to a total of $150,000, tour Namen said. Chairman Nat Fields this year tournament will beheld april 18-21 on the stardust Golf club course. Only winners of major pea tournaments Are eligible for the72-Hole event and 21 pros have made the Grade to Date. They include Frank Beard defending Champion who beat Arnold pal Mer by sinking a seven foot Bir die putt on the last Hole last year. Jack had a three Over 71 Dave Hill who trailed a Nham by a stroke after the first Miln a Titti � on us around with a was another who bowed to Spyglass taking a77 to tie with Nickel not Klaus Graham Arnold Palmer and pea Champ Don january among others with two Over Par at Cypress and a 68 at Pebble. Tommy Jacobs who bathed 69 at Pebble Beach thursday took a 75 at Cypress to tie with George Knudson and Bobby Nichols at even Par 144 while the 145 group was made up of Don Fairfield Young Deane Beman Pete Brown How Ejohnson and Dan Keefe. Nicklaus called Spyglass an unprintable word after Takin consecutive bogeys from the fourth through the seventh holes. He had two More bogeys coming Home. Graham had three Birds but they were offset by three bogeys and three double bogeys. Palmer improves Palmer his driving and putting both improved Over the first round shot a two tinder 70at Cypress while january took a 71 at the same course. Knudso took a 71 Nichols had Fairfield Beman Brown John son and Keefe All played at Cypress generally regarded Ashe easiest of the three Crosby courses and had scores of 73 71, 71, 72 and 71, respectively. . Open Champ Gay brew or who had a 75 at Spyglass inthe first round did t do much better at Pebble in the second taking a 74 to fall Back in the pack with a big group lied at149. Other Good second round scores were turned in by Ray Floyd who had a 68 at Pebble and Howell Fraser who bagged a 69 at Cypress. They were tie with a Large group at 147. Pott partner Virgil Sherrill picked up five More strokes to give them the pro am Lead witha two round total of 125. That was two strokes ahead of theron Cerrudo a. Harvie Ward or. Team. $16,000 first Prie first prize Money in the pro Competition is Worth $16,0with an additional $2,500 going to the winning pro in the Tea Competition. Pott already has won $1,0herefor being the second round saturday third round the 168-Man Field will be Cut tothe Low 70 and ties for the final round at Pebble Beach sunday which will be telecast National following the completion of the super bowl game in Miami. For the second straight Day the Crosby tourney was blessed with perfect weather. The temperature was near 70throughout most of the Day but late finishers had to contend with an Ocean Breeze on the Back nines at Cypress and Pebble. Red Wing farm teams Detroit up there wings have working agree ments with fort Worth of lie Central hockey league Diego of the Western and Johnstown of the hockey league. San Berlin dumps Hill toppers it Sawia the Berlin bears ran heir unbeaten string to seven in the com z Northern league Here saturday by defeating the Frankfurt Gilill toppers 118-101. Six Lier Liu players hit in double figures withal a Taylor and William Hussell leading the Way with 25 Points apiece. Ai Phillips Auto j. J. Smith had 15 each while luuk Lei Uphill contributed 14 and Herb orals 12 for the Mike Mcgill was the game ing scorer with 30 Points. Ron Henderson Ami Steve Davis followed with 16 apiece. I i 1"iowski dropped in 13 and Fred Irwin 10.Berlin which leads the North Ern Lagik h in a 7-0 record led at the half 60-50. The Olill toppers record is 3

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