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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - July 12, 1968, Darmstadt, HesseThe stars and stripes Page 21 heavy Rains delay finals of Safe Tennis 1 Day by Don , Germany is washed out thursday s i in the Safe open singles and senior singles Post poning the Friday. Title matches there were three alternative for Friday s action outdoors on the Garmisch recreation area Sclay courts outside on a com until position court at the local Ger Man Tennis club or indoors on the boards of the Sheridan Cavern Oman matches top i Fie Marh san Antonio Tex. Up a woman from Kansas wowed hem wednesday at the shoot my Cham Margaret Thompson of Topeka assigned to the army marksmanship training unit at it. Benning ga., shredded the Small bore Rifle target with a 599 out of a possible 600. That led the match record set by Rose features bantamweight 3-bout slate los Angeles a Box ing promoter George Parnassus announced wednesday he will stage aug. 28 a triple 10-round card of International Bantam weight Talent headed by Australia s world Champion Lionel Rose. Rose will meet Joe Medel former mexican 118-Pound Champion in a no title fight atthe forum. The supporting bouts will match unbeaten Ruben Olivares of Mexico City and Yoshio a Kane of Japan and Chucho Cas Tillo Mexico s current titleholder with one of three opponents to be selected. Parnassus leaves shortly for ithe British Isles hoping to sign Las Castillo s opponent either Al Lan Rudkin the British Champi on Walter Mcgowan or Evan Armstrong Scotland s titleholder. Out of the card the Veteran promoter plans to sign an oppo ent to Battle Rose in a title 15- under Early next year. Par Jas us has just returned fro Japan and Mexico City where capt. Bruce Meredith of the army and Ben Wood w. Va., last year. Her two Day total was1,194 out of a possible 1,200. It was the highlight wednesday s portion of Ofa Competition that continues Sev eral Days in 11 divisions. Two were completed last week the free pistol and Rifle Competition end thursday and others Are Strung out through the next . Thompson s feat was the More stunning to the men inthe Competition when consid ered As 59 in the Bullseye shot Sand Only one that went to the "9" part of the the free pistol event two servicemen continued their two Man Duel for the Lead. Navy Man Donald Hamilton of Bosto nand air Force Man Arnold Vitarbo of new York City fire identical 559 scores wednesday. They had identical scores the first Day too for totals of 1,125 each. Gymnasium officials set 8 . Friday for a final decision Andone Way or another the matches will be alternatives in order were definitely the preference of tourney officials and finalists. Rain started shortly after 8a.m. Thursday in this picturesque German Alpine resort Fol lowing extremely humid conditions which seemed to reach speak during the night. Up until 4 p.m., it had rained almost with out interruption several times very hard leaving the courts near solid sea of puddles. As almost always in the Alps the forecast was unsettled. The temperature had dropped considerably though definitely remain ing in the comfortable Range. Tournament director mrs. Ing Woerndle indicated she would do everything possible to keep the tournament from going indoors but added it would have to be completed by Friday in order to Send players to the states for Theair Force worldwide tournament four open and two single players can be sent from Safe. Varied experience the finalists have had varying experience on composition or Board surfaces. All would prefer the slower Clay would Clay and actually appear to be More equalizing for the underdogs. Carl Evans of the . Has Afine All around game especially a running backhand but does notary sgt. Emil Heugatter of have the Overall Power of his Columbus behind. Ga., was 19 Points opponent Dewey yarn. Yarn from the Continental conference the top two finishers in the j would definitely have an Adan free pistol will be named to the . Olympic shooting Leader army capt. Lones Wigger of Carter mont.,slipped to a 590 wednesday for a 1,188 total and was tied for fourth with army it. John writer of la Grange behind capt. Thompson were maj. Tommy Pool of Columbus ga., and maj. John Foster of Springfield Ohio Bothof the army in second and third lady Captain s score wednesday surpassed the 1964olympics winning score by one Point. Age with his big serve and excellent net play. Likewise Paul Hansen relies he signed contract various boxers. With the checkers blues working pact Columbus. Ohio a Dpi be Columbus checkers of the International hockey league pave announced a new agree ent with the St. Louis blues no will provide the Ohio team Vith Young Talent the agreement was ratified Scotty Bowman general of the blues and Perryer vice president of the the announcement working agreement would the a Cne ers with prom s hockey players from the r a blues organization and 2i? he scouti"8 system of uie?1 Noy considered the the my with that Ouis. Giants sign Lockhart to new Grid contract new York up Carl spider Lockhart Veteran defensive Back for the new Yor giants who has led the team the past three seasons in interception and punt returns has signed his contract for 1968, the National football league club announced , wiry 175-Pounder from North Texas state will replaying his fourth season for the giants and second at free safety. More on Back court retrieving and this Type of game would be minimized by a hard playing sur face. Defending Safe senior Champion Paul Buskey hits the harder serve and also plays the net very finalists repeat Buskey and Hansen both fro the Continental conference were also the senior finalists in Las year s Safe tournament. Han sen had beaten Buskey in the1967 Csc tourney finals. In the doubles the Speed of boards or even composition courts would make the Power game extremely important. In this respect yarn and partner Bill Medeiros have to rate the Edge Over Evans and Wayn Eschell from the . Experience Wise none of the players has much experience practically none on boards yarn however Learned his ten Nis on composition courts Whilt he others have at least some experience on this Type of sur raging Ralph new York Yankee manager Ralph Houk explodes into a Dervish of anger before Umpire Bill Haller during the fifth inning of a game with the Washington senators in . The arbiter had ruled that Yankee Pitcher Bill Bouquette was guilty of interference. Monbo Aquette had Laid Downa bunt and was called out when hit by the throw to first. It Cost new York a run. Yes Houk was booted out of the game. Up Topeka girl 17, making bid for olympic High jump spot does her Best jumping in a her coach or. John Davis my meets As possible to build her Topeka Kan. A fast improving Topeka girl who is entering her in As Many j _ _ i. I. I. � a i to m a it o in wac i re o f of r la 11h bathing suit in my backyard is Confidence. Next is the Region 8bidding strongly for a place on Junior olympics championships the . Olympic team in the High jump. At Poplar Bluff mo., will enter the . Pentathlon championships at St. Hoo Best Isof achieving almost every meet. Aurora Colo. Aug. 14-15. She competed in several top indoor meets last Don t know whether Shell in her last meet she cleared be mental by ready or not Dav this places her among Jug said one is improving top half dozen women High idly and this is the first year jumpers in the nation possible " As High As third. Eleanor Montgomery Nessee state owns the she has jumped in big meets last year she cleared five of ten feet Only once with 5-1 in the nation s i state Junior olympics. Then she fell to 4-8 in the scares me Shebest jump this year at 5-8 Andis the National record Holder at 5-10. Sharon Callahan a spindly i said. I be gone about 5-6 in6-foot-l 16-year-old from Whit j practice in my bathing tier calif., recently cleared 5-7v4 to rank second in the a bashful miss Binggeli has trouble thinking of herself i such lofty company 2 hockey expected for "69 n ton company. T i a. It Kinda scares me to be in 111 Ilc Tetem. The same meet with All the big face Hansen does play most of stars Linda said. I be never his Tennis on Wiesbaden s Cement considered myself a National courts however. Jumper. Mayor says spectrum opening pressured Philadelphia up mayor James h. J. Tute said wednesday pressure was applied to open the trouble plagued spectrum sports Arena last fall and he will gladly testify it a magistrate s hearing on alleged irregularities. Tate told a news conference he resisted the pressures but subordinates in the administration Euveda in and issued permit for the opening of the $12 million spectrum. Tate has been invited by i week on charges of approving get att. Arlen Specter to i permits and licenses with dist. Atty. Testify at the hearing thursday for former Deputy commissioner of licenses and inspections William mayor accused executives of the spectrum and the Philadelphia 78ers of the National basketball association and the Philadelphia flyers of the National hoc key league oppressing for the opening in time for the fall sports was arrested permit improper or corrupt motives. New York a team representing Washington. D.c., and Norfolk va., will probably be added to the Eastern hockey league for the 1969-70 season league president Tom Lockhart said , ga., is another possibility to join the 11-club in suit Lockhart said. The Ehl will the arrest stemmed from an j teams investigation started by thejtenn.,District attorney after winds Tore off Section spectrum roof. Next its play with 11knoxville, franchise High leaving five teams in the South of the Era division Nashville Tenn. Although Tate expressed willingness to testify at the hearing he called it apolitical move Specter who Republican mayoralty candidate circus on. The ran and apart of As the last i last year and lost to Tate. Salem va., Greensboro an Charlotte n.c., and Jackson Ville , Clinton and Long Island in new York new Haven,conn., Johnstown pa., arid new Jersey Are represented in the Northern division

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