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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - July 26, 1968, Darmstadt, HesseThe stars and stripes Page 21 i. The sport serious or otherwise it pays to know the Sis might seem terribly obvious. But an incident in the concluded Safe Continental conference Golf tournament of last Friday s closing round a Jhosie to 7 Rhein Blick s Hilly front Side. The victim i s Rik Lane. We Don t intend to single him out Butson to be Learned from this rather painful experience. A Wrves to Point out once again How just one Little thing Inan mean so very very much. Onwu s second Hole is a Toughie not so much for its 449�. Because it s mostly downhill. But it s almost 90 degree left Rte which bends at less than the Halfway Point. That Means not elect to hit a Wood off the tee. If they do the Ball Hooks. Unless the drive is precisely e3, particularly for the golfers that but up that 72 Aren t particularly Long for aits up and Down terrain Sid Hill lies and. And the greens can again be expected and be very fast sometimes Slippery area has some fairly steady an softens fairways and greens it be especially mindful of areas they Are sometimes it s just Asni which is,43,1 Yards but All steeply downhill Cookler their i in lid of the Airway not in a favourable positions i �. He nit is sw-,8 trap in the Rint Corner of the the Green Wii oked he a perfect shot about 15 Yards Short Normal right i it i really wil1 not Nold but the Ball kicked l with rpm Over the Corner of the to a but ran All Theba. It was Zim Nigle to those of us who saw it. Look run and ended up Short of the Green. 5s slender6�am? i old Cook seems to be a very Good bet. Despite Rood tender emf ,ally rap the Ball and seems to have a what he in which win take the Good with the bad. Hehe can plays lha e Italy and Cal by if not unspectacular does it. At into whore can certainly f Ould ave to rate the Edge because it Isrhel Niblick s tricks but some despite reduced purse Woodlawn Golf tourney attracts glamorous array by Ron Delac staff writer Ramstein Germany is the Lith annual Woodlawn International invitational Golf tournament its prize pot trimmed by a tight budget Butts prospective entry list As glamorous As Ever opens Athree Day run aug. 2 on the Ramstein course individual medal part of the tournament will cover 54holes instead of the usual 72, and the pro am Competition willbe held in conjunction with the first two 60 professional golfers from All Over the world will have it out for $2,800 in medal prize Money an even $1,000 of ingoing for first place. The Cut in prize Money there was $9,800 at stake last year $2,000 for the Winner and the shortening of the tournament was necessitated by the elimination this year of the Automo bile raffle which has annually taken care of most of the i , most of the top golfers who have participated in recent Woodlawn Are expected Back. These golfers have thoughts much of the Woodlawn tournament Over the past 10 years said it. Col. David Schmidt the Ramstein base vice commander and chairman of the tourney s support committee that the Yare willing to comeback for approximately one third of theorize Money that we be had in the cited the Case of Don Swaelens the 1966 Woodlawn Champion when he was told that the purse might be As Small As one tenth its Normal size Aswan feared when the raffle was first denied we told Swaelens there might be just $1,000 in prize Money recalled Schmidt and asked if he would still be interested in competing. He said ill be so Swaelens from Belgium will be around when the 60 pros and 180 amateurs tee off in this year s Woodlawn. Other top pros expected include Denis Hutchin son of South Africa the 1963-64 Winner Graham Henning Harold s brother of South Africa Randall vines of Australia Tony Kuge Mueller of Germany a two time German master Champion and Barry Coxon of Australia. Tournament director col. Elmer Burnette has sent out let ters to military Golf clubs i Europe inviting military Mem Bers to submit Amateur tournament applications. Each Amateur will play As Thebes Ball partner of the pro in his foursome in both pro a events aug. 2 and 3. So each professional is a member of three different pro am Best Ball teams each prizes Worth More than $1,000 will be awarded to Amateur members of the top pro am with handicaps of six or better will be Able to Complete each Hole others Are asked to pick up if they can help their pro and qualify for the final round of the individual dancer s image syndicated Boston a dancer image disqualified Winner of the 94th running of the Ken Tucky Derby has been syndicated for $2 million dollars an will stand at stud in Maryland. Peter Fuller the owner of the Schlicht Defeated in German Golf meet Cologne Germany a Ralph Schlicht s bid for the Ger Man International Golf championship was ended in a semifinal match Here american Serviceman stationed in Stuttgart dropped a2 and 1 decision to West Ger Many s Gerhard will meet Britain s Rob in Hunter for the advanced to the finals by beating Brazil s Bob Falkenburg,6 and 4, in his semifinal Battle. Defending Champion Mario Peterson and Brigitte Maehl both from Germany gained the women s finals with wins Over Susan Whatmore and Maguy de crop respectively. Maryland bred Grey Colt said dancer s image will stand at Edward p. Taylor s Maryland Divi Sion of win Fields farms inc., in Cecil county near Chesapeake City. Fuller said that dancer s image has been syndicated in 32 shares with a $2 million value. The son of native dancer Noor s image will leave new Hampshire for Maryland in autumn following Fertility tests he said. Dancer s image was disqualified from the Derby after finish ing a length and a half to the Good after the drug Buto Zolidis was found in a Post race urine test. Fuller still has a lawsuit Pend ing in Kentucky with Hopes of recovering the $122,600 Winner share later awarded Forward pass second place finisher. The owner contends that if his horse was administered the drug during the five Day preceding the Derby running it was done without the knowledge of either he or his Trainer. Tournament. The 10 Low amateurs will compete with the pros on the final professional member of the top pro am each Day will receive $125, with the next four also receiving Cash. In addition the pro with the Best score in the first and second rounds Willet $100 each and the next three will be awarded lesser sums. Finale on saturday the pros and those top 10 amateurs will take Over the whole show for sunday s final round. After the $1,000 first place prize the purse distribution will be $600 for second place $400 for third $250 for fourth $150 for fifth $100 for sixth and $75 for the seventh through tenth for the condition of the course where All this take place Ramstein club professional Ollie Gibbs said it could the better. Gibbs rates the course As being in much better shape than it has been in for say five or six the heavy amount of play at Ramstein Gibbs credits Green keeper Sid Tucker and his Crew with a fantastic Job for the course s being in such be been doing some extra harping on the players this Yea to replace divots and Rake Sand traps said Gibbs and that helped 10th Green Betterin particular the greens Are much improved. A new Ben grass has replaced a former unruly mixture on each Green and no. 10 has been completed re much Clay made it All but impossible to hold the 10thgreen. So Tucker and co. Dug up the whole thing last year added step to the Green and improved its course is in such Good condition in fact that goo tournament weather could make Hutchinson s Ramstein record of62 eight under Par a target for you one thing said Gibbs. The course is in 100percent better shape now than it was when Hutchinson shot that 62." dragons saints slate game at Grafe Woehr Grafe Woehr is the2nd brigade dragons 8th div league champions by winning both halves of the season will play an exhibition game Here at2 . Friday against the sup port command saints 1967 Usa eur titlist finished second in the league this year by winning the Best of three playoff series Over the 1st brigade troopers last game is part of a program slated at Grafe Woehr Fiel during which time awards for the regular season will represented. Petitbon denies he9ee quit new Orleans la. A Richie p e t i t b o a defensive safety for the Chicago bears and a new Orleans business Man has denied that he was retiring from pro football. However the indicated in an interview that he would quit if he could not play for the now or leans saints. George Halas jr., president of the National football league bears said in Chicago thurs Day that the 10-year Veteran was retiring to devote full Timeto business interests. Petitbon said i have Madeno secret that i wanted to play for the saints. Or. Halasan i have reached a stale Halas was quoted As saying there was no dispute with it tit Bon Over a 1968 contract

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