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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - January 31, 1968, Darmstadt, HessePage 20 the stars and stripes wednesday january 3 . Olympic athletes will be Well dressed in Wim Grimsley Yakw Yoke a . Ath letes not need a truck to haul Back the medals they win in the Wii Iii olympic Lames a Grenoble Noel month but it won t he because they Are Notwell fed Well clothed and Well pampered each member of the Ameri can team about 160 in All willbe outfitted like a Bride and Groom going on a six months Al Pine honeymoon. They will have special clothes to skate and ski in another ensemble for Leisure plus Parade and dress uniforms. They la have Long gloves Short gloves Light sweaters and heavy sweaters Blue boots Tower in the Parade Black boots after dark and another pair forthe ski slopes. There la even be razors to get rid of the men s five o clock Shadow make up kits for the girls and cold pills for the sniffles. We figure the Parade and travel uniforms alone will be Worth around $400 or More said Marion Miller who has been equipment manager of . Olympic teams since 1948."the girls outfits will run to about the same is All in addition to the competitive gear which can requite luxury items such As ski heavy go Randerson nabs Lead top boxing in p attraction pay gives men and 28-Inch jackets Blue Sas Ity he associated pres Jerry Quarry of Bellflower Calif., and Thad Spencer of Sanfrancisco Battle it out in a 12 Rounder at Oakland saturday or the right to meet Jimmy Ellis in the final of the world boxing association backed heavy weight tournament semifinal will Start around 5 ., est an will be telecast nationally Over Abc on the wide world of sports program. Northern Cali fornia will be blacked out of the telecast. The bout will be beamed via satellites to european Japan. Spencer 24, upset Ernie Ter Rell the former Aba Champion in his first round bout an Quarry 22, eliminated Floyd Darmstadt Germany is Greg Granderson of Augsburg took Over the scoring Lead Inu Desea Competition last week end with a sensational 73-Point, showing against bad Kreuz Nach. The Apache Ace threw in 45points on Friday and 28 on sat urday to up his average to glittering 27.1. Granderson pulled ahead of bad Kreuz Nach s Man Uel Specht in the red division race. Specht was leading last scor Illg. _ two time heavy Patterson the weight King. Ellis of Louisville ky.,moved into the final with Victo Ries Over Leotis Martin of Phila Delphia and Oscar Bonavena of stallion Marnien Post two nods in four team show and $50,000 each Spencer earned for their fistfights. They will collect $75,000 each saturday and the Winner will get another $125,000 for the final Spencer has a 32-5 won los record including 13 knockouts. Quarry s record is 25-1 plus four draws. He has scored 14 Knock outs. Thursday at 1,0.4 Aiikch-8, Mando Ramos Long Bench. Cjullf., vhf. Kranko Crawford Loa Tiki lib ilk Lith 10. At Portland. Mulno Kim do Victoria. I let afield mass., Horrock. Saco Maine Welters. 10. Friday at now York Emu Hall Danny Mlo pore/., pm Trio a Loco is. Dick French Providence. Middles. 10. At St Paul Minn. Jim Seattle St Paul is. Aaron Kust link by. Paul heavies 10, and cd Hurley is. Jim Christo Pher. Milwaukee Licu los 8. Saturday at Juk Lund Calif., Thad Spensor san Frum Loco vib. Jurry Quarry Boll lower Calif. Heidi vol a 12, cml final of Elimina Tion tournament. At Frankfurt. Germany Harold Johnson Philadelphia is. l. Germany unlit heavies 10. Gage Champion Lajes Field azores i i v flit. Spe Cial the 57th aerospace Rescue and recovery Squadron Defeated Wing 69-46, to win the Lajes f i e 1 d intramural basketball championship after the clubs tied in regular season league play ludwigs Burg German special the ludwigs Burg Hig wrestlers scored a pair of decisive victories in a four team us Desea program staged he last weekend with squads from Munich Augsburg and Karlsruhe High schools. On Friday s program the stallions Defeated Augsburg 38-14 and Munich walloped karlsruhe39-8. Opponents were switch saturday with ludwigs Burg beating Munich 46-5, and Augsburg turning Back Karlsruhe 35-18.only three wrestlers scored double pins during the two Days of action. They were ludwigs Burg 133-Pounder Harris 165-Pounder a Twomey and Augsburg s fran Mcalhaney who won in the 154 Pound class Friday and in the165-Pound division the next Day the results Friday s is. Augsburg 98 in Don Hammond l won by forfeit 103 Ballen Smyre l won by forfeit112 in Mike o Donnell a dec Tim Gleason 6-1 120 in Jim Cooper l won by forfeit.127 in Cliff Baker a dec Van mor Olson 3-1. 133 in Harris Polshi l pinned Roger a Beroid syndicated for stud purposes Lexington by. A a Beroid Winner of $491,000 in victories that included the 1966belmont stakes i s being syndicated for Breeding by a Louis Ville horse Agency. Or. Horace Davis said the son of count Amber will stand at the Wedgwood farm of . As Bury and son near Lexington for a stud fee of $3,500. 138 in Tom Green l dec Richard Chenevert 4-1 145 in Tyrone Smyre l pinned Frank assay. 2 48 154 in Frank Mcalhaney a pinned Rad King. 1 39 165 in Pat Twomey l pinned Waynebern. 1 37 180 in Willie Pope l won by forfeit Richardson a do unlimited Fred Bill or Ham. 4-3 Karlsruhe a. Munich 95 in Dan Najar m dec John hour Ion. 16-0 i a Wilson m won y for Feltel a Pierre m w0n by Tor a Roger scarce tryouts which were punctuated by repeated Halls to repair the controversial Bob run. Second Best times in the after dark run along the Floo visit course was posted by the French Mili tary team of Francois Luiggi and Maurice Grether. Defending olympic Champion Lony Nash and Robin Dixon of Britain were third with a Tim of 1 14.5. The Best american sled piloted by David Gunn of Philadel phia and Philip Duprey of Ray Brook . Was fourth with a time of 1 15.02. Some of the racers complained that the first training session on the Bob run was held too Earl after the gruelling alpe d Huez Sun had set but the majority of the racers appeared to find the course satisfactory. The design of the track appears to be excellent said Tony Brooks coach of the British team and the track itself is Good As Long As it remains Monti raced through the course flawlessly apparently unaffected by any remembrance of his last run on the course a year ago in the world championships i which he crashed and incurred a broken . The race was held under Clear and freezing sky As yellow arc lights cast a eerie glow Over the iced run. Unive Siade medals Russia 18, . 12 Innsbruck Austria a soviet students dominated the list of medal standings at the endow the 1968 Unive Siade games Here sunday night. Following is the list of medal winning countries Gold soviet Union United state Japan Czechoslovakia Norway Austria West Germany Switzerland Inland Poland France ital Canada 8 4 83 Ai 1i 00 0 00 Silvert 04 4 1a to ii Bronze 34 3 08 1 0s 00 2 1 308th is cagers top 547th Engi in Giessen Germany special the 308th is in Defeated the 547th engr in 87-65, Here Mon Day in a v corps Northern Region league contest Aalexander Sinkfield poured in 28 Points. The Home club grabbed the Lead at the Start and never trailed while rolling up a 47-30halftime advantage. The win boosted the 308th s record to 9-2for the year and left the visitors with a 3-4 Mark. Promoter eyes cokes Lopez title scuffle St. Louis up welter weight Champion Curtis cokes May fight top ranked challenger Ernie Indian red Lopez in St. Louis March 18 for $50,000,promoter Max Yeargain said Here. Yeargain matchmaker at these. Louis Arena boxing club said that Dallas insurance executive Doug lord cokes manager has agreed to the fight and that Howie Stendler Lopez manager in los Angeles previously expressed a willing Ness to have his fighter meet cokes fo1 the championship for Nickels or said that Philadel phia and new York Are bidding for a championship fight for cokes but that lord wants to avoid those cities because he believes cokes received bad decisions there. The fight will be possible if lord can negotiate a closed circuit telecast to Dallas Yeargain said. He said that if Lopez i unable to make the fight a Likely substitute would be fifth ranked Joe Shaw. Rhein Blick sponsors pro shop at hotel Wiesbaden pedal there Niblick Golf course Here has announced the opening fan additional pro shop located in the downtown von Steuben hotel. Hours for the new pro shop which will carry a Roni plow line in coordination with the regular pro shop at tin course Are 11 30 . To 7 30 through Friday Aud 11 30 . To 4 On Satur Days. The shop will be closed on sunday

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