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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - January 22, 1968, Darmstadt, HessePage 20 the stars and stripes monday january 22, feature won by Damascus under urging Arcadia Calif. A Damascus staged his second successful raid on Santa Anila Monc vaults saturday hut it was t As easy As expected i winning the $56,950 san Fernan do great 4-year-old, a Prohigh Allen nabs san Jose Aba meet san Jose Calif. A Bil Lallen of Orlando fla., won his second straight professional bowlers association tournament saturday by sweeping the five Man National league televised finals in the $50,000 san Jos open. The 33-year-old left hander who qualified in the fifth spot went through four rivals in earning the $7,000 first place Check. Allen took Home $10,000for finishing first at Las vegas last started by eliminating Johnny Guenther of Seattle Wash. 231-206. He then disposed of Billy Hardwick of san Mateo,Calif., 236-234, Mike Limongello of Babylon. N.y., 220-181 an Sam Baca of Hayward Calif., 239-228 to take the led the 40-game Quali Fiers by 358 pins. Kiki Cutter 2nd in gals skiing Maibor Yugoslavia a Gertrude g a b 1, a 19-year-old austrian girl sunday won the Polo rec cup contest in slalom ahead of Kiki Cutter of the Dorianda Cipolla of Italy. The Winner was clocked in105.87 seconds Over the 510 meter course. Kiki Cutter was clocked in 108.60 and miss. Cipolla in 109.25. Other . Finishers include Drosi Fortna fourth in 110.56 Robin morning ninth in 119.74judy Nagel Lith in 120.60, and Suzanne Chaffee 14th in 121.45. Kit Buhl Austria a Frances Jean Claude Killy Sun Day won the combined title of the Halih ii Anion men s s k i races placing third in the slalom event behind dinner in Giovanoli of Switzerland and Alfred mat of Austria. Giovanoli scored two slalom runs of 00.02 and i 20 seconds for a total of 123.22, followed by Matt in 12 1.42 and Killy in 125.57. Killy s combined Victory was based on his slalom placing and his second downhill place Satur Day behind Austria s Guenter no mining who had dropped out of the race after a fall in the first slalom run. The highest . Finisher in the be. Event was Dick chaff eighth at 127.51. Spider Sabichi was 17th with a 128.88 time an James Heliga was 18th at 129.13 Sabich finished ninth in the combined standings with 52.88 Points. Heliga was 13th with 70.42 Points. In the world cup rankings Killy Eads Giovanoli. 80 Points to 77. Hilly Kidd seventh with 29points, is the Only american in the top 10. Tive 1-9 favorite got under the wire two lengths in front of most Host but not until jockey Bill Shoemaker had gone to the whip at the top of the stretch and whacked away Many times. Rukun was third in the Field of six 4-year-Olds thanks to one of his stretch runs. The time for the i senile Fea Ture was a not too impressive 1 48 4-5the track record is1 46 2-5and Damascus rewarded his backers with As Little a possible in the parimutuel bet Ting. The prices were $2.20, $2.20and $2.10 across the Board. Most Host Ridden by Bil Harmatz paid $5.80 and $2,10, and Ruken returned $2.10.2nd of three tests this was the second of three forays planned for Damascus at Santa Anita. He won the Firstone the Malibu stakes and now comes up to the big Job on the schedule the $100,000-added Charles h. Strub stakes feb. 3.the Victory was Worth $34,450 for the owner mrs. Edith , whose husband Thom As Bancroft greeted the Beautiful Bay Colt in the Winner s Cir Cle. Damascus recorded his 17thtriumph in 22 lifetime starts he has never finished out of the Money and the Bancroft Bank Roll went up to $906,106. Field master sets Pace jockey Ismael Valenzuela broke Field master on top at the Start with Damascus just behind and As the Small Field passe the grandstand the first time Field master was a length i front of the favorite with most Host a close third. The order remained that Way around the clubhouse turn and on to the far turn. They hit the stretch in a Bunch and then Shoemaker went to work on Damascus. A total of $497,315 was bet on the race by the 50,000-plus patrons on hand of which $380,145was bet on Damascus. Fronton names coach Trenton . A Nick Seton Hall . Workman former Star has been appointed player coach of the Trenton colonials of the Eastern basketball league succeeding Chic Craig. Smith. Grinrod Lead Way eagles whip Wiesbaden in pair raise Blue prep record to 6-0 by Bob Wicker staff writer Frankfurt is the Frankfurt High school eagles with Little Bernie Smith hitting from the outside and big Harry Grinrod connecting from Clos Range ran their Blue division record to 6-0 with a pair of impressive victories Over the wies Baden warriors Here Friday an saturday. Grinrod a 6-7, 220-Pounder,scored 27 and Smith a 5-9 guard pitched in 24 to Pace an 85-69triumph in the opener. The eagles got 32 from Smith an another 27 from Grinrod while coasting to an easy 95-59 win saturday which stands As one of the most lopsided victories Ever posted in the Long rivalry Between the two Long jumper by Smith broke a 16-16 tie with a Little less than three minutes left in the first Quarter of saturday s game an sent the eagles ahead to stay. Smith hitting consistently fro three Steps past Center court chalked up 12 Points in the opening period and Grinrod added eight As Frankfurt moved into 26-20 Lead. Ron Gilven came off the Benchin the second Quarter and hit for eight Quick Points and the High flying eagles soared to a 53-36 halftime warriors 4-0 record into who carried weekend meet ing Here were led saturday by Charlie Owen and Brad sell with12 Points each. Friday affair that game was a rough saw 55 fouls warriors were charged with 30 of those infractions and the Granderson stars As apaches cop 2 at Baum older Baum older Germany special Greg Granderson proved too hot to handle her Over the weekend As the Augsburg apaches took two red Divi Sion High school basketball wins from the Baum older bucs. The 61-57 and 67-57 decision kept the apaches undefeated in rangers defeat Franconia in 2 Grafe Woehr Germany special the Grafe Woehr rangers completed a two game sweep of the Franconia District Here sunday As Frank James scored 26 Points and Bernie Wallace tallied 22 to spark an89-85 win in the com z league s Central division. The rangers won saturday,107-84, As Jim Harris hit for 19 markers and Wallace added 18. Grafe Woehr now owns a 3-2record, while the losers Are win less after four league outings. Hustlers nip Semba Cli on Basket by Jones h of Germany special Wayne Jones Basket with 30 seconds remaining held up her saturday As the Ilof hustlers scored a 49-48 Victory Over the Sembach tigers in their Ger Many division basketball went to the foul line three times and Sembach once in afoul filled final nine seconds but All the shots were hustlers jumped off to a Quick Lead but the tigers had i whittled Down to one Point 22-21 by halftime. Sembach pulled ahead an maintained the Lead with effective stalls through most of the second half until Jones hit his big Basket. Four red division tussles. Baum Holder is still looking for its first win after four league contests. Granderson scored 19 Point Sand turned in a Strong rebound ing game to highlight Friday Conquest. He got 16-Point scoring support from Wendel Wooten and14 and 10-Point backing from Tom Ward and Dick Bammer respectively. All five buc starters bounded into double figures with Jerry Turner s 13 Topping the list. Steve Hatley Ray Gibson and Steve Grabowski All contributed 11points and Gil Fernandez added 10. Granderson scored 29 Point for saturday s scoring laurels. Don Clark added 13 Points to the Victor s cause and Ward contributed 10. Turner and Gibson paced Baumholzer s Point making with 18 apiece. Friday s game Augsburg Baum older g f t 6 1 13 5 Clark Gallagher Wooten Ward or Anderaon Bammer totals g f t 102 Turner 000 Hatley 8 0 16 Fernandez 6 2 14 Olson 8 3 in of Rabowsky 5 0 10 Wheeler 28 6 61 total Augsburg 21 Baum older 12 saturday s game Augsburg Augsburg f t 8 1 13 Turner Brown crows Hatley Fernandez Gabaon Clark jul higher Oil Wooten 204 Ward 4 2 10 a Rawlerson 13 3 29 i3u.mn.er 317collins Kenny 1 00 1 of Rabowsky g f t 6 6 18 102 Oil 204 328 0 0 18 306 totals 29 9 07 total Augsburg 17 is Baum older 13 12 24 9 67 2467 1687 8 16 eagles cashed in with 29on 43 shots from the foul the visitors hit Only 13 of 2 attempts and that waste difference in the final so As each team scored 28 Field goals Warrior Dave Goehring out in the first Quarter and Lulof his mates followed him to the Bench via the same route in the second half. Smith who went 12-for-l4 atthe foul line was the Only Eagle who Drew five personals and he left with five minutes to go in the third period. Big fourth Quarter Grinrod dominated the re bounding and poured in 11 of his Points in the final Quarter while the eagles were outscoring the troubled warriors 27-17. Raymond Allen tallied 16points, Chuck Smookler hit for 15 and sell added 14 to keep the warriors in the game for three quarters. Frankfurt s Jav team remained undefeated As Dwight King and Collis Ivory paced 71-52 and 50-47victories Over the Warrior tvs. Friday s game Wiesbaden Frankfurt g f t g f t Allen 8 0-2 16 Smith 6 12-11 24 Owen 4 4-6 12 Barl 6 2-2 14 Smookler 5 5-10 15 Brown 0 1-2 1 Roehring sell Jones Greenwd Abele Landes 0 1-3 7 0-1 4 1-2 0 0-3 0 2-2 0 0-1 1 Grinrod 14 Gary 9 Gilven 0 food 2 buros 0 Robinson Gabriel 12 3-8 1 4-5 1 5-8 1 0-1 0 1-2 1 0-0 0 1-1 27 totals 28 13-30 69 totals 28 29-43 89 Wiesbaden 15162117-49 Frankfurt 19 18 21 27-85 fouled out Wiesbaden Allen Owen Roehring sell. Greenwood Frankfurt Smith. Total fouls Wiesbaden 30, frankfurt25. Saturday s game Wiesbaden Frankfurt f 1 4-6 5 2-3 Allen Owen Smookler 2 6-8 Roehring 2 0-1 sell Jones Edmonds Dodd 3 6-82 0-1 0 0-2 4 3-4 t6 Smith 12 Barl 10 Brown 4 Grinrod 12 Gary 4 Wilven 0 Sturgeon 11 buros Robinson g f t 13 8-7 32 4 1-31 2-2 4 10 7-15 27 2 2-2 6 3 4-5 10 0 0-2 0 20-0 4 1 1-2 totals 19 21-33 59 totals 36 23-38 95 Wiesbaden 20 16 12 11-59 Frankfurt 6 27 19 23-95 fouled out Wiesbaden go Ehrenr. Total fouls Wiesbaden 22, Frankfurt 22. Swiss bobs edders Europe champs St. Moritz Switzerland up Switzerland s Jean Wicki and Crew racing on Wicki s Home course sunday won the spill marred european four Man bobsled championships whereas less than half the sleds finished. There were no serious one of the casualties was american Driver Bob said affair Haven vt., who flipped on a Pilot run prior to the race lie was Cut on the face and the rest of the Crew suffered bruises but their injuries were described As not , warriors tahe Marne tilts Kitzinger Germany Spe Cial the Graves Heady Cardi nals came from behind in the second half to Knock off the Lar son eagles in a nip Ancl tuck Arne conference contest Here saturday night. The cards Down by 43-41 a halftime upped their Marne record to 5-1 while the Eagle slipped to 4-2. Fred Taylor set i to Pace forthe winners with 21 Points lion White hit for 19 and Herb Edwards added 13 for the cards. The eagles got 21 from Kirb Mcdaniels 18 from Bob Lee and 12 from de Cooper. Wuerzburg Germany Spe Cial Agusta Adams dropped in a pair of free throws with six seconds to go to ice a 90-87 Wuerzburg Warrior Victory Over the Smith Fiori bandits saturday night in a Marne conference basketball game. Adams Mike Delaney and Bil Newbury had 20 Points each to Lead five warriors in double digits. Gordon Jones hit for 19 and Roosevelt Johnson added 10for the winners. Bob Reece chalked up 25 an Roland latin netted 24 for the bandits who held a 49-45 Lead a intermission. It was Wuerzburg s second Winin seven games. Smith Fiori stands at 2-3 in league action. Schweinfurt. G e r m a n y special the Ledward unit blazers made easy work of i a Flecken Here saturday handing the visiting wildcats a Hu-51drubbing in a Marne conference Bender scored 32 Point to Lead Ledward to its h Victory in live league games Charles Hale added 16

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