European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Jan 17 1962, Page 20

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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - January 17, 1962, Darmstadt, HesseFog 20 the stars and stripes among bad Stein ski honoured outstanding personalities to the Washington touchdown club s annual dinner pose with their awards. From left Syracuse halfback Kente ital a waiter Camp trophy As outstanding Back of Yea Colorado guard Joe rom Kente Rockne trophy Ai outstanding lineman by. Joseph w. Martin jr., it mass. Or. Sam award in Honor of Sam Barbura late speaker of the House and Paul Hornung of the Green Bay packers touchdown club award As outstanding pro player. Hornung is now stationed at , Kan. A photo Maple Leafs dominate Early All Star squad Montreal a three Mem-1 will be taken at the end of of the Toronto Maple Leafs season and players with the mos and player coach Doug Harvey of the new York rangers were among those named to the National hockey league s All Star team for the first half of the 1961-62 season monday. Harvey 37-year-old from1 Montreal last May received the most Points in the balloting by hockey writers and broadcasters in each of the six nil cities. Harvey collected 85 of a possible 90 Points. Young Carl Brewer of Toronto was named to the second defense Post Center red Kelly and left Winger Frank Mahovlich were the other Maple Leafs chosen while goalie Jacques Plante of the Cann Diens and Andy Bathgate of the rangers a right Winger rounded out the voting was based on games through dec. 29. Another ballot soccer championships slated in los Angeles los Angeles Kupij the Pacific coast International soccer championship will be held in los Angeles May 27 and 30. It was announced Fay the presidents of the Junior chamber of Commerce and the greater los Angeles soccer league. The championships will include Winner of the Pacific coast soccer league the san Francisco league the greater los Angeles soccer league and a mexican All Sta team. Total Points will each receive $1,00from the league. Named to the second team Merede Senseman Jean Guy Talbot Anc Center Henri Richard of Montrea goalie Johnny Bower of Toronto defens Eman Jack Evans of chicag right Winger Gordie Howe of de troit and left Winger Dean Prentice of new York. The closest vote was for the enter position. Kelly received 30 Points to 28 for Richard. The com petition for the second defense spot also was tight. Brewer had 39points. Evans 36. Talbot 29, Allan Stanley of Toronto 26 and Dou mohns of Boston 20. Plante making an outstanding comeback after being sent to the minors last season picked up 71points while Bower had 49. Mahovlich garnered 77 Points and Pren Tice Only 30. Although Howe a seven Timell Star had Only 53 Points to Bath Gate s 69, the Detroit Star Hasan excellent Chance of making the final All Star squad. Bathgate was shifted to the Center position three weeks ago and unless he moves Back to right Wing his votes for the second half of the Campaign will count Only for Center. Pioneers top shape in exhibition 96-82 Paris special the red pioneers bombarded the shape indians 96-82, in a Safe exhibition con teat Here monday night Bob Beckel the former air Force Academy Star led the streaking pioneers with so Point. Tom Amos was High for shape with 91 tallies. Span spurted to a 53-31 halftime Lead. Inter Loop Keeling won by Alcon Foury London Specia East an Glian travelling league bowlers showed a marked team superiority Over the Southern travelling league in a tournament held her sunday. Alconbury posting a 2,726 series won the team event followed by Lakenheath Greenham common Wethersfield. Suffolk and Chick Sands. All but Greenham common Are East Anglian Loop members. Bill Nugen gave Alconbury an other Winner with his 615 series while Lakenheath s Roy Mcdanie registered a pinball of 606. The Best game wus turned in by still another East Anglian Suffolk s Paul Kauff Nian who rolled a 251. Strassburg stars out Point panthers in exhibition 91-86 Idar Oberstein Germany special the Strassburg Cavern All stars rallied to defeat the 505th an inf panthers 91-86, in an exhibition Here tuesday afternoon. The game featured a person scoring Duel Between the All stars Bruce Kitchen and Harry Mcdermott of the panthers. The two ended up with 33 Points apiece an Kitchen s teammate Cleo Knight was close behind them with 2fmarkers. Joe Cross added 12 tallies to the winners total while Joe finnic had 19 and Ben Swilly 17 for the panthers who blew a 45-40 half time advantage. The All stars now boast a 21-7 season record. Harlow ailment under treatment Baltimore a Dick har Low. 72, a member of football s Hall of Fame who was hospitalized two Days ago is under treatment for a circulatory ailment his physician said saturday. Or. Edward f. Cotter said Harow was in fair condition and probably would be released fro the Hospital in about a week. Harlow coached football for 36years, winding up his career at Harvard in 1947 when High blood pressure forced him to retire. Bad Stein Austria a the big three of Alphio skiing in the girls division Austria we Germany and the United state will face the Challenge of Las week s have not in the War o nerves prior to the 1962 Wor championships when the International Silver Jug races open he wednesday. The first contest is the downhill race with the Start Halfway up the towering Gra Kogej where the 1958 world championships . The giant slalom follows on thru Day and the slalom on priday. Austria s Traudl Hecher we Germany s Heidi Biebl and Amer Tea s Linda Meyers Are considered favourites among 70 entries from 20 countries. But such Well know skiers us France s Leduc sister and Madeleine Bochatey an Italy s Pia Riva and Jerta Schier Are expected to give them Toug Battle. The races Here Are 1a event which Means that Start is compulsory for the National teams othe Alpine countries. They Are the last such. Races before the work bobs launch trial runs Garmisch. Germany a practice runs started Here monday on the olympic course for the 1962two-Man world bobsled Champion ships. A total of 16 sleds took part i what was officially described As practice sessions to enable racers to acquaint themselves with the mile Long track. Unfavourable weather Hadl Ayed construction of the course and organizers had Snow shovel Donto the track monday to prevent its icy surface from being Cut up by the Sharp sled runners in the unseasonably mild championship races in the two Man class Are schedule saturday and sunday with the four Man races a week later. Two teams Latrall but the Swiss and romanian teams were assembled in this Ger Man Winter resort at the foot Ozu Spitze Mountain. The Swiss will Jet Here later in the week. The romanians received their Germany Miry visas Only practising monday did not o in Tor fast times. Each sled a allowed one run along the course that includes a sequence of danger Ous hairpin curves Halfway and a major Bend at the finish. There were no accidents. Fun Aldo Ruatti Italy replacing italian world Champion Eugenio Monti who in t defending his title his year clocked the fastest time at 1 21.12 on the Italy no. 1 Schell. On Germany s no. 1 led came Down in 1 21.76 for thee cond fastest time. Sergio Marti in Italy on Italy no. 2, clocked jl21.95. The United states Britain can Ida Sweden Austria and Belgium re the other participants in the woman races. Events in Chamois month and the rehearsal races the bad Gastev i a Long Way for the i the last first top races the the Good showing Trian and West a expected but the american team prise to the Bur a pit thought that of America s o Betsy Snite and _ . Skiing girls also rans. Miss Bishop. Calif., von ,. Wald giant slalom and Ond in the slalom. She in the downhill and combined. She was on the team in 1960 at Squaw let fractured her Collarbone spill in the Down Liu be taken Down froma Stretcher. " at Grin Elwald Aanne Jahn won the Hecher the Down Biebl the combined French and italian among the top skiers win. Other the Swiss and lassies e hand Are known As i. Miss ferries under last season s Silica tons issued by National skiing federation the basis of races. Miss Shechet three events. She Only top slalom place with runners up were Masai Uncle Sam s Barbara the slalom miss Bieber Netzer Austria in the and Madeleine Bochatey land miss Biebl in the do miss Meyers muscled top group at Grin Elwald. Not seeded in the top Ign downhill and giant slalom fore she Drew the Lesa starting no. 26 in the i 3adgastein d o w n h i 1l, Irin Elwald results Are ithe original classlficai., expected to get Bette numbers in the two races. Conditions Here weas Good with the is hard and a fast do expected unless new occur. Iron Dukes is 547th med in 5 Frankfurt special Gibbs provisional in in rallied in the second a he 547th med in 57-54/1tibltion game Here mom Bill Cai dwell an parked the defending champions with 23 . Cd jumped in 20. Ossien Fred Bloom 10 for the i who held a 27-26 halftime 7ttar heels Allen Heads soccer coach a new York ape. Marvin Aller. Of the University of North Carolina has been elected president of the National soccer coaches association. Other officers elected included isl vice president James j. Reed Princeton second vice president Uellan Othon 1 i a m a Chick Jacobus of Kingswood school of Ivest Hartford Conn. Third vice resident Irv Schmid of Spring held mass College Secretary treasurer Alden Burnham of Dart Mouth and assistant Secretary treasurer Stu Parry of Akron University. The Honor award for outstanding and meritorious service to soccer was presented to Carlton h. Reilly soccer coach at Brooklyn College and the Deanii of soccer coaches inthe metropolitan new York area. The letter of commendation the second award presented by the coaches association was Given posthumously to Alle late soccer coach at Nyu the intercollegiate Ball association selected j outstanding players in soccer tournament in Louis last november. Witlen of Westchester i teachers College was outstanding Back and William Fulk was named standing Forward. A won the Mcaa Champion

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