European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Jan 31 1968, Page 21

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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - January 31, 1968, Darmstadt, HesseWednesday january 31, 198 the stars and stripes Page 21 ranks Sain head staff by Ben Abram staff writer Darmstadt Germany is tune for baseball again i1 training reporting dates a su1i a few weeks off but Safe coaches managers and Sals get an Early crack Attey techniques and Funda be vitals starting feb. 1.san Francisco giants manager met Intond clinics opening Herman Franks National league Umpire Frank Secory sex Boston braves and new Yor Yankee pitching great Johnny Sain and los Angeles Dodge director of scouting Al Campanis have been lined up for two Safe clinics. The first has been schedule for feb. 1-3 at South Ruislip England and the second takes place feb. 5-8 at Wiesbaden clinics have been established for Safe personnel basically but some army people and representatives of the various european baseball federations Are expected to taken the sessions. Franks has managed the giants to second place in All three years he has been at the Helm. However his Over Al record shows the Best won lost record 279-207 of any manage Rover the three year Span. A Catcher Franks played major league baseball with the St. Louis cardinals Brooklyn dodgers Philadelphia athletics and new York giants. Lie had managerial experience with St. Paul of the american Assn. And Herman Franks. 3 straight seconds Frank Secory. 17th year As no ump Al Campanis. Signed Sandy Koufax Johnny Sain. 24 wins in 1948 hadies shape split pair upper Heyford England special upper Heyford and shape High schools took turns whipping each other Over the weekend the hosting halite posting a 70-47 Victory Friday and shape coming Back for a62-50 win on saturday. Upper Heyford s Triumph Waits first of the season after four Western division losses. The split left the hadies at 1-5 and shape at 5-3 in the division race. Ahead throughout the opener the hadies were led by de Latimer s 22 Points and Edc Oynes 20. Chuck Foster scored 17 for took command from the outset of the saturday game running up a 37-12 halftime spread. Brothers Chuck and Bill Foster paced the winners with 25 and 18 Points respectively. Latimer scored 20 in the defeat to match Chuck Foster s two game total of 42 Points. Shape Friday s Gam upper Heyford Oft Ofta w f to. Foater 3 5-1011 Driver 1 4 8 Kaposta 10-22 Brown 8 m a. Vow a i j.-, Voyn hallowed 30-16 Peter son of Tow haul 6 5 a to Yew 6-7 20 Smith 1 m 2 Wood in. A " " pm Wrath 1-3 0whelden l 2-4 4 Virostko 0 8-3 s Briggles 0 1-2 1 lat Law 4-4 22 my 2. A Chavarrie 1 2-24 total 18 11-m 47 total 86 �2t 70 shape saturday i Rajit q up i i Byford b poster 8 4 18 Driver w 13kuposu 3 0-1 o brow 2 1-2 0 is shia Latimer 0-00 4-4 20 �7 8-1862 totals 11 frit so Vandy Boid term. A Roy Here. An hint on Chick Sand duo top . All conference team London special regular season Champion Chicksands was the Only team to place More than one Man on the 1967-68 All-. Conference basketball team but London scoring Ace Reggie Minton was the top individual. Minton selected on Ever ballot except from his own team is the conference scoring Cham Pion with 496 Points in 18 games Sood for a 27.5 average. His 496points on 191 Field goals and 114 free throws was 48 Points Bette than another All Star and scoring runner up Al Harris of Hig Wycombe. Chicksands two representatives on the All Star selection list Are Donald Wesley and Ronald Lloyd. They joined with upper Heyford s Ronald Gold son Minton and Harris to form the first All Star squad. Mildenhall dominated the second team selections with two representatives in David Cosby and Charles Brabham. Other members of the no. 2 squad were Julius Terrance upper Heyford George Harris of Chicksands and Willie Jackson of Ben Waters. Gholdson Wesley Lloyd Cosby Brabham and Terrance Are All Holdover selections fro last season. Most of the All stars Are Stillin action either for the . Con 1st brigade takes team title in 8th div wrestling tourney bad Kreuz Nach Germany special the 1st b r i g a d e came up with three individual titles and the team Crown with 48 Points Here last weekend inthe 8th div wrestling Champion ships. Div arty was second in the team standings with 37 Points followed by support come with 27 and 3rd brigade with 23. Jay Ferrick of support come who pinned 3rd brigade s Johnny Straud in 1 38 for the 138.5-Poundtitle, was voted the outstanding wrestler of the tournament. The champions now Advance tothe Usa eur mat tourney scheduled feb. 8-10 at Birndorf. The finals 114.b in Ronald Goodlett support come won unopposed 128.5 in Edward Richer div arty pinned Gregory record 1st brigade1 00, 2nd 138.5 in Jay Rerrick support come pinned Johnny Traud 3rd brigade. 1 38, lat 14 id Tarry fat toward 1st brigade dec Val Padilla 3rd brigade171.5 la Mac Baez Bierk div arty dec Glenn Smith support come17-9191 in Mark Benz 1st brigade pinned Gerald Shin ski 3rd brigade1 24, 2nd 213 5 la George contain 1st brigade dec Harvey Wool div arty6-3 unlimited Keith Putnan div arty pinned Ainos Luster 1st brigade1 27. Lat Ference playoffs to determine second team for the Safe championships or As in the Cas of the Chicks Wesley Lloyd and Harris warming up for the Safe tournament starting feb. 10 in Ramstein Germany. The final regular season stand Ings and leading scorers won lost pet. Behin Chicksands 16 2 .8ku upper hey Ford in 3 .833 1london 12 .607 4 Ben Waters 10 8 .550 6alconbury 10 b .550 9 High Wycombe 10 8 .556 6mlldonhall 7 11 .380 9 Lakenheath Al 12 .333 10wetherafieid 4 14 .222 u Welford 0 18 .000 10 leading scorers Foft pit. Avo Minton London 18191114 490 27.5harris, h. Wycombe 18 180 70 448 25.0 Hawthorne u. Heyd 18 167 8 420 23.3lloyd. Chicksands 17 161 68 391 23.f Wesley Check hands 17 160 48 380 22.qholdson. U. Heyford 18 162 77 401 22. Brabham Maldon Hall 17 132 95 359 21. Newburn Alconbury 18 137 79 353 19. Akers Welford 12 86 38 210 19.jackson, Ben Waters 18 147 41 335 18. Cosby Mildenhall 16 138 40 316 18.barber, Lakenheath 17 126 56 308 18. Oreen h. Wycombe 18 125 60 310 17.baldwin, u. Heyford 18 115 66 286 16. Harrison Ben Waters 18 125 28 276 16.Smith, Wethersfield. 10 104 63 20 15. Terrance u. Heyford 18 100 65 205 14.storms, Wei Ersfeld 18 100 50 2u2 14. Shay Ben Waters .17118 9 245 14.Harris, Check hands 16 103 25 231 14. Brown wether Flold. 18 110 30 250 14. Salt Lake City of the Pacific Toast league prior 1o being amed to the giant also served As a scout or Ach for the giants for almost5 years and was on the coach no staff when Alvin dark Wasli missed following the 1964 Campaign. The giants promoted ranks at that time. Sain was part of the famed no of Spahn and Sain and two lays of rain which pitched Tho braves to the National league Pennant in 1948. Sain beat thereat Bobby Feller in a 2-0 Mound Duel for one of Boston Swiss in the world series that ear. The hard Balling right Anderwon 104 games while losing 91 or Boston in seven seasons winning 20 or More games in 194, 1947 1948 and 1950. His 24wins and 315 innings pitched topped the National league in1948. He was traded to the Yankees ate in the 1951 season and com piled a 35-25 Mark for the bombers and Kansas City before hanging up his Glove in 1955. Heals had a 1-1 world series Mark with the Yankees. He served As pitching coach for Kansas City during the 1958 Campaign was out of baseball or a couple of seasons and then came Back As pitching Mentor for the Yankees in 1961. 1982, 1983. A stint As Mound instructor allowed at Minnesota and in l967 he was appointed to the tigers staff in the same Cate gory. On cabs series team Secory played on the chicag oubs last Pennant team of 1945. He finished his playing career which had extended through 11 minor league campaigns the next year and turned to Umpir ing in 1948.starting in the West Texas new Mexico league Secor advanced to the Texas league in 1949. After two More seasons inthe Texas Loop his contract was purchased by the National league. His credentials show five All Star games and three world series assignments. Campanis played several seasons in the dodger Chain before getting a cup of coffe with the Parent club at the end of the 1943 season. After service in the Navy he played a year with Montreal on the Sam team with Jackie Robinson in his color Barrier breaking year before being named manager in the dodger system. He managed at Nashua. , pa., and Newport news a. Before being named dodger scout. In 1957, he was appointed director of personalities Campania has signed include Sandy Koufax Roberto Clemente Tommy Davis Bob Aspromonte Sandy Amoros Pete Richert and Al Ferrara. Agnew Izmir gain med Cage finals Athens special team from Agnew Ethiopia and cig i Izmir Turkey have gained the showdown finals of the Safe Mediterranean conference basketball championships being staged Here a preparation forthe forthcoming Safe tournament at Ramstein Germany feb. 10-15.a total of 11 teams made up the original Field for the double elimination tournament. Bases in Turkey furnished the bulk of the teams with eight joining the Irak lion club from Crete Agnew an Host Athens. High scoring games have Bee the order of the Day leading up to the finals when Agnew and Igli Izmir meet for the second time to decide the turned Back Cigli-1/.mir, 93-91, on the second Day of the tournament and romped Over three other opponents to reach the finals. Host Athens was the Kagne semifinal victim. 105-77, As Aaron Williams poured in 44 Points to boost his four game total to 152 for a 38.0 suffered its Only defeat on the second Day of action at the hands of Agnew. Gigli Izmir victims were Ankara,117-88 Iraklion. 94-80 Karamuz Sel 93-88. And finally Athens 98-94, in the game that boosted the club into the finals through the ranks of the loser s Jelks scoring Ace of the Gigli Izmir combo also stole some of the scoring Thunder from Williams by pouring in 44 Point sin the do or die Battle against Athens olympians. Athens to producer Bob Eccles got $3 Points but they weren t enough to offset elks and the Gigli 1/mir a , Istanbul ail Trabzon Turkey were All eliminated Early in the tournament and three More clubs from Turkey Samsun an Kara and in Ciurlik went out in the third round

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