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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - January 17, 1968, Darmstadt, HessePage 20 the stars and stripes wednesday january workouts begin for pro bowl los Angeles up the National football league s East and West All Star teams monday began workouts for next Sun Day s 18th annual pro Bow game at the memorial coliseum. The e astern conference team coached by Otto Graham of the Washington redskins is practising at the University of Southern California and the Western conference squad coached by Don Simla of the Baltimore Colts is drilling at Sonny Jurgensen of the redskins sunday was forced to drop out of the game because of a sore Elbow. He willbe replaced on the East roster by the Dallas cowboys do Meredith who will appear in the pro bowl for the first s other quarterback is fran Tarkenton of the Newyork giants. Ironically Bart Starr in tone of the West s quarterbacks. Starr sunday led the Green Bay packers to a 33-14 super bowl Victory Over the american league Oakland raiders. Simla s quarterbacks will be Johnny Unitas of the Colts and roman Gabriel of the Losangeles rams. Lim Ringo a 15-year of Veteran now with the Philadel phia eagles has replaced Center Bob Demarco on the East team. Demarc withdrew from the because his wife was West roster includes nine members of the world Champion packers. Los Angeles a edme ador five time All pro defensive of the los an Goles rams is Down with the mumps and won t play in Sun Day s pro bowl game a spokes Man for the West said , who had eight interceptions this season is to be re placed by Rookie Rick Volk of the Baltimore Colts. The former Michigan standout had six interceptions this season game perfect game recorded by 12-year-old Milwaukee was. A twelve y e a r old Dale pcs Cobrink did something sunday that most bowlers never accomplish in a life time. He rolled a perfect game. The Milwaukee youngster ran the 12 straight strikes in practice at the Echo bowl. The american bowl ing Congress said he waste youngest Bowler in his tory to shoot a 300 youngest shooter previously listed was 13-year-old Billy Bybee of Long Beach calif., who shot a perfect game nov. 29, 1964. Tilth 1hv net ends title i � i i it ring meet starts at ban Holder by John Williamson staff writer Darmstadt Germany is the 1968 Usa eur boxing championships a military Gate Way to the olympic games in Mexico City get under Way wednesday night at Smith bar Racks gymnasium in Baumholz Der. The 8th div with two return ing 1967 title holders on its squad will be defending its Tea championship that it annexed by taking seven of the 10 weigh classes at Mainz last february. A Light flyweight class 106pounds or under which has been added to olympic Competition will be contested this year Mak ing 11 individual Usaku crowns that will be up for grabs in the four Day addition to the Host path finder team the 3rd army div the 4th army div and the 3rd div will enter a full 11 boxers one in each weight class. Com z will compete in 10 classes an seventh army support command will enter eight will Start each night at 7 30 . With the finals scheduled to be broadcast Over the armed forces network starting at8 05 . Saturday. The two returning Pathfinder titlist Are bantamweight John Hoskins who decision Ned Joe Whitaker of the 3rd army div in last year s finals and weight Israel White Early results of us. Poll Suppo . In open Tennis Competition mtt1i7 \7f\ttv to tvs to i new York up Early returns from two sections of . Lawn Tennis association indicated monday american players May be allowed to compete in the controversial open championship proposed at first two of our 17 sections on the record so far favor a proposal to let our players go to an open Wimble Don said Bob Kelleher of los Angeles president of the Eusta. Those Are the Western an Texas associations with a total of about 16,000 votes betwee Nhem. However both groups Lave instructed their delegates to vote against a proposal to go All the Way with great Britai nand eliminate the distinction Between amateurs and Kelleher said some 72,000 of the Usta s 111,000 votes in the 17 sections would be needed atthe annual convention at Coronado calif., feb. 3 to gain permission for yanks to play in Britain in Defiance of current net play return to games backed Chicago up _ aver Brundage president of the International olympic committee said monday he believed there is a Good possibility that Tennis can be restored to the olympic names. "1 think if the International federation agreed to comply with the olympic rules he said approval would a windage commented on the position of some opponents of open Tennis that their position was based partially on the Prospect of getting Tennis women downhill ski cancelled in Austria Bashi Aitkin. Austria i i dangerous Snow Orne Hils o nun Al theron Iris downhill a Olympie i Raee thai was to Hutc b held Here tuesday. A sudden raise in tempera Ture followed by no it frit Tina i a turned the course into asleep it a Way. The truck is in to suited for skating than Kiln one of Tho official stated. Restored to the olympic pro Gram. Tennis was one of the sports of the games until 1924"there is a great Deal of sentiment in Tennis circles to Nave it added to the olympic program again Brundage difficulty of course is their laxity of enforcement of Amateur rules. 99 per cent Amateur i Here Are Many olympic people who would like to see Iton the program if the Amateur conditions could be met. I have talked to the president of the International Tennis federation or. Georgio do Stefani and hed like to have Tennis one Brundage said that "99 per out of the Tennis players Are and blamed promo under the table payments to the others which rules of the International federation. If we vote to Send our players to Wimbledon and if the International federation does change its rules i suppose the Usta will be suspended too said Kelleher. Kelleher said he hoped the International Lawn Tennis federation Ilyf could be persuaded to change its rules at a special meeting within the next few weeks. The Ilyf has threatened to suspend great Britain on april 23 for defying its Rule against open tournaments involving both professionals and British tournaments including showcase Wimbledon become opens on that Date. Three proposals delegates to the Usta convention feb. 3 will be asked to vote on three proposals 1 to abolish the distinction Between amateurs and pros. 2 to allow american players to compete in an open Wimbledon. 3 to offer the facilities and organization of the Usta to Western and Texas associations have announce their delegates will be instructed to vote against abolition of distinctions but in favor of the other two Eastern association with 20,000 votes meets this weekend but indications Are its delegates will go to the National convention uninstructed and swing their weight in whichever direction they deem Best for Are 14 other Usta sections stretching from puerto Rico to Hawaii. They either have not announced How their delegates will be instructed or have not yet determined their positions. I can t presume to speak forthe entire membership said Kelleher. But if the convention does vote to Send our players to Wimbledon Well up those players to the limit if the compete. That would put it up to theist of to see if they want to suspend us and any other nation that sends players under current Ilyf regulations tournaments open to both pros and amateurs Are who compete in such events automatically Are barred from All Amateur tournaments and matches such As those forthe Davis Wightman and federation noted he has joined Sweden in a Call for extraordinary session of. International group to get the Rule changed. White Garret Anthe Unate ers for Bonade them professionals Olympie standards. The promoters know whole y re paying he said. In by opinion any open tour a unsent where admission fees ire charged Benefit of the. for theand the Nancy Green injury diagnosed As Strain bad Stein Austria up Canadian ski world cup trophy Winner Nancy Greene will Beable to participate in the Forth coming olympics it was Learned Here monday. The Cross land b.c., girl suffered a painful ankle injury Here in training sunday. However and Ray examination proved that Nancy Only strained Muscles her ankle was not broken or sprained. Frankfurt High tops Nuernberg wrestlers twice Nuernberg Germany Spe Cial Frankfurt s wrestling team used five pins on Friday and seven on saturday to Post a double Victory Over took Friday s match 38-17, and saturday s by a 45-10margin. Dean Harimoto Jim Blanks Steve Chapman and Mike Jernigan registered double pins forthe victors. Werner Davey posted two Falls for the s results 98 in Dean Harimoto f pinned hol Ajohnson 6 22 103 in Bob Kingwell won by forfeit112 in Werner Davey n pinned Casa Franklin 3 58 120 in Huey Boudre Aux f pinned Erald Mann 0 55 127 in Jim Blanks p pinned Bill Craig 0 41 133 in Robert Selton p dec Bill dub Nanak 5-0 138 in Mike Nicholson p dec Jon to holy 4-2 145 in Joe Dunsmoor Nob Dixon f Drew 9-9 154 in Ted Glover n pinned Wayne Godfrey 6 35 165 in Jack Rose n pinned Ouy Ben Nett 2 25 eve Chapman f pinned Dick lightweight. He will be fighting this year As a welterweight and not defending his Light welter Crown. Outstanding boxers during the tournament As s e 1 e c t e d by Usa eur officials will be nominated to Advance to an All army training Camp to be held during july and August. As in each olympic year . Olympic committee expects the armed forces to enter Strong squad in the olympic trials against other american Amateur boxers for positions of the . 1960 Eddie Crook of the Berlin command progressed through the Usa eur Champion ships interservice championship Sand olympic trials to the olym Pic team and a Gold medal forthe . In middleweight Competition in at Baum older will be under Amateur athletic Union rules with 10-ounce gloves being Standard for All weight fight will consist of three two minute judges qualified by the athletic officials association will Render the decision in each fight that goes the distance. The referee does not vote in the Deci Sion. Csc standings basketball won lost Ramsten 15 1wiesbaden 3 3 Blob org 12 11 4 hot 7 1sembach 6 9 Rhein main 6 10glebelstadt 2 a Halm 1 1�berlin 4 pet. .838 .813 Soo .733 .500 .400 .333 .143 .091 my travelling Bowling league Bate won lost ave. Wiesbaden 61sembach 53.5 Jernel attn planned saturday s results05 in Harimoto pinned Johnson 4 30 ,w?3u vjrkln8we" pnna9 1�2 la 7s a to a la 188,-ia in a a us w in 14 l is is 1s5 1wviin " 77-i Psi is i m 01u7 1 Echo 12 7600 is 7117 " 4l0ti a so w

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