European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Jan 16 1962, Page 20

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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - January 16, 1962, Darmstadt, HesseFog 20 the stars and stripes 3rd inf 0iv Roundup giant killing 30th inf. A j takes second straight from warriors 98-77 Schweinfurt Germany Spe Cial the 30th inf rockets continued in their role of giant killers sunday by toppling the 4th inf 98-77, to Complete a sweep of the 3rd inf div league series Over the previously unbeaten warriors. In the past week the rockets 66th annexes Saco North championship Nuernberg Germany Spe Cial the 66th intelligence up commandos wrapped up the Saco Northern league Champion ship sunday by vanquishing the second place 793rd my in 79-59. The Victory gave the commandos an 8 record with two games remaining while the military police five fell to the 5 level. Jerry Jones flipped i 28 Points to spark the commandos and was joined in double figures by team mates Virgil House 19bob Lesche 14 and Al Simonds 10 As Well As Mike Dill 18russ Alexander 14 and Charlie Penn 10 of the losers. Jones also scored 28 Points Satur Day night As the commandos made the Nuernberg Post eagles their seventh victim by an 85-75 count. Supporting Jones were Lesche with 14, Mike Baribeault and House with 12 apiece and Tony Pantoni with id. Don Bass flipped in 24 and Joe Sheehee had 20 for the eagles 3. Ankara area wins in Mediterranean Over All program Ankara Turkey special Tjie Ankara area won the Safe Mediterranean District Comman Der s trophy for 1961 by scoring 450 Points. The award is Given in recognition for participation in the District s Over All program during the past year. Ankara teams took Champion helps in both Tennis and softball finished second in volleyball and Golf and participated in every Mediterranean District Champion ship or tournament except boxing. Wheelus Field was second with 325 Points followed by Crete 270 Adana 210 Athens 140 Izmir. 135 Synop 110 Kar Mursel 100 Trabzon 35 Istanbul. 30 and Samsun. West Pakistan and Saud Arabia 25 each. Verdun topples 39th engr 85-79 Karlsruhe. Germany Spe Cial the Verdun cardinals with James Coleman and Bob Dunn combining for 57 Points,.defeated the 39th engr up dozers 85-79, in an exhibition Here sunday night. Coleman sent 30 Points cascading through the nets while Dunn banged in 27 to out produce the dozers top duo of Harold Hunkins and Joe Newburn who tolled 26 and 17, respectively. Verdun held a 42-41 Edge at the half. Have knocked off the warriors twice and split with the 38th inf Vikings who Are currently sharing the league s no. 1 position with the 4th inf. The co leaders now have 8 slates while the rockets Are 5. Carl Russell and Bobby Douthit combined for 49 Points to Pace the stunning rout Russell had 26 and Douthit 23, including 11 of j5 from the free throw lines. Norm Bravver added 19 Points and a like number of rebounds while Joel Lankster had 13 in both scoring and re bounding. For the warriors Wilmer Crisp was High with 25, Don Johnson followed with 19 and John Mever had 10. The rockets owned a 48-39 Lead by the intermission Point. Wuerzburg Germany Spe Cial the 3rd div tvs locomotives Rose up from their sixth place position in the 3rd inf div league to smack Down the co leading 38th inf Vikings 74-70. Despite suffering their second loss in 10 games the Vikings did not lose their share of the Lead As the 30th inf beat the 4th inf warriors 98-77. The two clubs battled on even terms during most of the first half which ended in a 32-32 tie. It was virtually the same Story in the second half As the score was deadlocked 11 Rimes the last at67-67. Then Jim Hall hit a free throw to put the Locos 2 ahead to stay. Clarence Washington Fol Lowed with his Only scores of the Gume hitting on a pair of layups to open a 72-67 Lead. The vikes closed to 72-70 but Jim Cone connected for a bucket and Hall added a free throw to wrap up the win. Floyd Bond was High for the Locos scoring 28 Points with 17 coming in the first half. Hall added 14, Charlie Mayfield 13 added Lewis 10. Dennis Brekke tallied 21, Larry Matthews 16, Abe Valore 13 and Tom Grant 10 for the vikes. Bamberg Germany special Sam Simmons out dulled Don Gallagher but the 15lh inf dragons still came out on top in their 3rd inf div league series Windup with the 7th inf defeating the Cardi nals 89-82, Here sunday. Simmons who Vas outscored 37 35 by Gallagher in the opener came Back to rack up 33 sunday Vav Kllc Gallagher was managing 25. But Gallagher had the better support As Bill Klemanowicz tossed in 22, Joe Burrow hit for 15 and Quenton Seriin tallied 14. Steve Smith added 20 and Willie Sim Mons 14 to the Cardinal cause but it was t enough to prevent the wingless 71 h inf from absorbing its eighth Loop Clef oat. The dragons now 5, had a45-38 half time to to j t to head i. Westby was. A a record North american leap of 317 feet carried John Balfanz a 21-year-old truck Driver from Minneapolis to the top spot on the . Ski jumping team that will compete in the world championships in Poland next month. Bal Fariz who has been jumping since he was seven but entered the big time Competition Only last year soared to Hia record on the first of his six jumps sunday on the 80-meter Hill of the Snowflake ski club. He completely dominated the Day s Competition skater takes great lakes title Milwaukee a Floyd bed Bury of St. Paul Minn took two More firsts and a third sunday to win his third Crown in the great lakes Speed skating championships. Jeanne Omelenchuk of Detroit took the women s title. The 24-year-old Bedbury Cap tured the prize in the 15th Annua meet with 22 Points. He was the senior Champion in 1959 and the intermediate title Winner in 1955 mrs. Omelenchuk like Bedbury a member of the last . Olympic team took her title with 15 Points she won the same Crown in 195iand 1959. Bedbury went into the final events of the two Day meet with a two Point Lead Over Ken Bartholomew of Minneapolis Bartholo Mew opened sunday s program by taking the 440 while Bedbury was third. But in the half mile and two mile events Bedbury was unbeatable. Both times he crossed the finish line More than a full stride in front of the Veteran Bartholo Bob sponsors Hope for chill Talent scout switches san Diego a Don Koster Man head Talent scout for the san Diego chargers has left the american football league to take a position with the Dallas texans. Chargers pick head scout san Diego up Al Loca Sale has been moved up to the position of head Talent scout the american football league san Diego chargers have announced. Garmisch Germany a organizers of the 1962 world Hob sled championships held out Hope that old Man Winter will keep the mile Long olympic course icy enough for scheduled practice runs monday. A spokesman for the German bobsled federation sponsors of the event said cooler weather has put the course in fairly Good shape but a sudden drop to below Freez ing temperatures would be might Welcome he expressed Confidence How Ever thut competing teams could make at least one practice slide each Down the run monday. Cancellation threat unseasonable High temperatures resulting in thaws had delayed construction work along the course sparking fears the event might have to be cancelled. But recently the weather has come More in line with what s expected in the German Alps this Lime of year and workers have finished cementing the track with huge ice cubicles Cut from nearby Riesser Lake. Ten countries have entered the Competition including the United Stales Canada Italy Belgium Britain Switzerland Austria to mania Sweden and West Germany. Two Man races ure slated for Juit. 20-21, and races for four Man sleds on Jan. 27-28, Mew. Bedbury had captured the three Quarter mile and mile events saturday. The 41-year-old Bartholomew was second in the standings with 19 Points. The Rev. Verne Kappes of West Allis wis., was third with eight and d a v e Kahn of min Neapolis fourth with seven. Mrs Omelenchuk a Junior High school Art teacher raced to first in the mile and third in the 200 to take her title. She won the half mile saturday in a clocking of 1 32.9, shattering the great lakes record of 1 33.2 set by Janet Koch of Minneapolis in 1950. The Detroit speedster was trailed by Bev Gorton of St. Paul minn., who finished second with 12 Points the two Ted for the Lead with eight Points at the end of saturday s events came to a showdown in the mile. Mrs. Ome Lenchuk surged to a comfortable Victory while miss Gorton was fourth. Tom Gary of St. Paul ran away with the intermediate boys Crown speeding to three victories sunday As he ran up 23 Points the top Point total in the meet. There were no records produced sunday As the meet wound up in a steady snowfall. Team honors were taken by the West Atlis skate club with 98 Points. The Midway club of St. Paul was second with 71, and Bear cat of Minneapolis third on 38, prep skater sweep Eastern states Field Saratoga Springs . Up Bob Fenn an 18-year-old Flushing . High school Stu Dent made a clean sweep of events n the senior men s division of the 30th annual Eastern states outdoor Speed skating Champion ships sunday. Fenn won the 220-Yard, the one mile and nosed out Arnold Uhr lass jr., of Elmhurst ., by a few Yards in the three mile event. Saturday Fenn scored wins in the 440 and the 880-Yard events. In the three mile Fenn and Uhr ass a four time Eastern states Champ and a member of the . Olympic skating team put on a Brilliant skating show with finn Rossing the finish line a few Yards ahead of his rival. The time or the three mile was 9 16.6. Dick ring of Wilmington mass., Washid. Gail Purdy of Saratoga Springs won the senior ladies title with a 14.1-win in the 440-Yard event Sun Day coupled with her first place n the 880 saturday and third place in the 200. Turning n other leaps ofx292t to on his record leap Balfanz Appel the Takeoff As he left the slide with too far apart. But he gained control later. As he soared Over the Hill the fell silent. When the announcer called "31t feel saluted the record with a great cheer i of automobile horns. The old North american record offset by Ansten Greeley colo., on Steamboat Springs Jim Brennan eur tied the Mark in Mountain at Iron Moil Brennan who won place on the . Team Tali Zed briefly alter snort problem plagues ski meet planners Chamonix France up the organizing com Mittee of the world Alpine ski championships issued a communique sunday saying that for the present time there was no question of calling off he Fob. 10-18 world events. The committee sat for five hours sunday night reviewing All the problems involved in the big organization. The main one so far is the Snow question. The ski season on the continent since last Decem Ber has been one of the most unusual for 50 years. Alpine resorts in Switzerland Germany Italy and France which Are usually covered with Snow at this time Are this time covered with mud. Each time the Snow Falls it is followed a few Days later by rain which washes off the Snow. The first big Clas sic International ski races like the Adel Boden Gran de Kvart or Lau erhorn had to be cancelled or run on inferior tracks. On his last jumps landed heavily lost pfc tumbled head Over Heel 1torn of the Landing planned of a neck rays found no for Nett joining Balfanz on that will compete in land feb. 18-25 were Ert Keck Economov no 2.jumper Steven Steamboat Spring Brennan -., shortage of alternates named were no. 1, Willie Erie Mountain no. 2, Lafot a West by. Wig., and no. Liott Steamboat the committee announce unless additional funds the alternates will not make the trip starting a sunday s jumping Wasi Ond round of qualifying Tion for the team Candac j first test was last Springs. The jumpers made six Day after High winds forced postponement of three jumps. Conditions a Rita by Ideal sunday with an overcast sky and Tenner 25 degrees. Balfanz rolled up 879.3 p the jumps Here and at Springs. The totals of of members Keek 814.7 806.7 Brennan 804 Eri 801.7 Swenson 797,3, and.1799.9. Swenson was Given alternate place Over Ell Lotf judges because of the jumper s better potential Uncle Sam s ski landed by team Yakima Wash. Optional ski association were told Here sunday tue ski team competing in euros shown we can ski As Best in the world Ana times a Little better or. Amos r. Littler mont., manager of the National team and Chain the association s inters Competition committee team has More solid dept Ever in the past years we be div dual skiers place Well Winter All of our team have been finishing cons High he said. J Werner sets Pace the six men and four w the . Team have Brett. Ing in France and Switzer the past month under Tion of coaches Bob Boulder colo., and Berger. Middlebury it. The top performance was turned in buddy Werner last we Boulder when he won the giant Coure Hevel France. Little said he will join the Early next month to assist training for the internat la Pine ski championships in Nix France feb. 10-18

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