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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - June 24, 1968, Darmstadt, HessePage 20 the stars and stripes monday football clinic begins today at Wiesbaden Wiesbaden special boasting a staff of three prominent College head coaches and two top rated officials the first install ment of the 1968 Safe football clinics opens this morning at Wiesbaden air s Dan Devine Syracuse s Ben Schwartzwalder and Texas am s Gene Stallings will be the instructors for the coaches part of the clinic and Frank Fidler and Tommy Bell will be handling the officiating classes. Fidler a High school principal from Seattle is a collegiate official on the West coast and Bell a lawyer by profession referees for the National foot Ball league. All five instructors arrived Here sunday after a flight from the Wiesbaden clinic will continue with a daily schedule through thursday after which they will travel to London for the second Safe clinic at South Ruislip England. Giessen nudges bears again 9 on Ewing s 1 lib inning Home Ino it Ann a of 11. _ a i. By Ben Abrams staff writer Berlin is if there is one thing Ron Yarbrough has Learned to despise in the past two Days it must be the two run Home run. He dished one up to rival Pitcher Steve Moore saturday As Giessen extracted a 5-3 win from Hanau tops jets in 5 innings on Dowden s witless hurling Day. In the nth we Bruecken Germany special Doc Dowden hurled five innings of witless Ball for Hanau Here sunday before Rains ame and stopped the com z Kitzinger spins Herzo base to sweep series Herzog Nakrach g e a Many special the Kitzinger Kolts scored Early and relied on the Strong Relief pitching of Bob Erickson and Bill Mason to whip the Herzo base flyers 11-6, Here sunday to Complete a sweep of their two game series opening in the 1968 Marne league season. Erickson came on the fifth in Ning after starter Chuck Bowen had Given up a three run Home to Tom shirk that pulled the Home club within one run at 7-6.southpaw Mason replaced Erick son at the Start of the seventh and fanned nine batters for All the outs Over the last three frames. He gave up two hits and two walks while protecting the verdict for Erickson. Herzo starter Pete Desoto waste loser after giving up 10 of the visitors 11 runs. Reliever Al Smith gave up the final run on de Adams Solo Home run inthe top of the ninth. Kitzinger 20410210111101herzo base 2010300006 95 Bowen Erickson 5mason 7 and Karl stint Desoto Smith 8 and 4. A Erickson 1-0. A Desoto 0-1. Or Kitzinger Adams 1 Herz base shirk 1. Rams sink sen Ibeh 10-3, on big innings Ramstein Cial the Germany Spe Ramstein rams used four productive innings and the pitching of Ken Parks to Bounce the Sembach tigers,10-3, Here sunday and sweep the weekend Safe German conference series. The Victory moved the rams into a tie for third place with Pitburg which dropped a 6-3 decision to Darmstadt sunday. Both teams have 8-4 right handed Parks scattered seven hits to notch his second win of the season against one loss. Parks struck out three and walked none. Kirk Chapman and Jerry cur tis led a 13-hit attack on Steve Hinsey 2-4 who went the rout for the tigers. Chapman collected three hits and Curtis two blows. Leading 4-3, a three run out break in the fifth helped the rams Salt the game away. Cur tis singled in one run and Jim Nance s base hit drove in theother two. After the tigers built up a Akers 2-stroke Victor in Goeppinger Golf goeppl4gen, Germany special Woody Akers 36 Hole total of 158 was Good forthe championship by two strokes in the 4th army div s Western Golf tournament played Here saturday and sunday. Rober Hunsicker was second at 160, with Ray Cline third at 162. In the seniors division e. came out on top with 171 strokes followed by Jack Yack Man at 174 and maj. Gen. E. C. D. Scherrer the division com Mander at 179. David Eichenberger won longest drive contest with a 230 Yard poke while Akers took whole in one contest by coming within 10 Yards of the no. 3 Hole. Twinkle toes debut spoiled by Neuses Neuses Germany special the Neuses f u s s b a 11 club spoiled the soccer debut of the Hanau twinkle toes Here Satur Day by handing coach Johns Hill s new team a 5-1 loss. After a scoreless first half the Home club came up with their five goals to a Lone 16-yarder bythe twinkle toes Hector Paz. The two teams will play again next saturday in Wilhelm bad at 6 . Varn captures Garmisch Tennis Garmisch Germany Spe Cial Dewey Varn from Camp Darby Italy trounced Pau Cossell of Frankfurt in straight sets Here sunday 6-0, 6-0, to walk off with top honors in the Windup of the Garmisch Spring invitational Tennis tournament. Varn then teamed with Cosellin the doubles division to dispose of Coleman Kicklighter Karls Ruhe and Wilbur Sanford Ber Lin 6-3, 6-1, for that Champion ship. Cossell s wife t r u d e 1, also came in for a championship by defeating miss Candice Scott of Stuttgart 6-0, 6-0, for the women s singles division , the air Force s tactical air command Champion Las year had Little trouble disposing of Cossell in the men s open singles. Third place went to Wil Liam sprout of Wuerzburg who won out Over Craig eco Decumbe of Heilbronn when the latter was forced to retire with cramps. Sprout won the first set 7-5, but the second was tied at 6-6 when eco Decumbe became of the Consolation tournament was William foul of Nuernberg who toppled or. Dwight Rost of Bamberg 6-3, 6-4. Russ sets world lift Mark Leningrad Russia a soviet army weightlifter Viktor Kurens Tov set a world record inthe middleweight press saturday night with a lift of 354.9 Pound sat the european weightlifting championships. Kurens Tov broke his own previous world record. 2-0 Lead the rams tied it in the third when Chapman drove in one run and Gerry Tesso singled in Chapman. The rams added two in the fourth on a bunt single by cur tis a triple by Ken Sieden Anda single by Wilson Parma. Sembach took a 1-0 Lead in the first inning when Dave Jennings unloaded a Solo Homer Over the left Centerfield Fence. Hinsey was the tigers Lead ing hitter collecting three hits including a double and triple and scoring two runs. Sembach 101 010 0003 7 2ramstein 002 230 03x10 13 3 Hinsey and Sizemore Parks and 2-1. A Hinsey 2-4. Or Sembach Jennings. League game for an abbreviated6-0 Hurricane Victory Over Wei Bruecken s struck out six and walked three in the five was the Hurricane righthand or s third Victory against two losses. Lou Brummell got the Hurri canes started toward their fifth win in 12 games by leading of the contest with a Home run Over the right Field Fence. Before thinning was Over Hanau had two More runs on Al Davidson s Dou ble Rudy Jordon s triple and Bill Gatling s hurricanes added two in the fourth on two errors two sacrifices a hit Batter and John Siefert s single. They score again in the fifth when Gatling singled and Bill Campbell drilled double Down the left Field line. The hurricanes had two More runs across in the top of the sixth before the game was called and the score reverted Back to the fifth 300216100 we Bruecken 000 000 0 2 Dowden and Jordon Fox Davidson 2burnett 5 and Macc a Dowden 3-2. A Fox. Or Hanau Brummel 1. Oma. State golfer nabs Mcaa title Las Cruces . A Oklahoma state s Grier Jones countered four bogeys and a double bogey with five birdies and stood off charging Hal Underwood of Houston saturday for the Mcaa Golf Champion ship. Florida led by Richard Spears 69, took the team title with a two stroke Victory Over Houston which had won four straight titles and 10 since 1956. Jones finished with a 72-Holetotal of 65-68-71-72 for 276an Mcaa record. Underwood birdied the Las three holes for a 70 and 279 total and second place. Eightkan.,Jones, 22-year-old big Champion from Wichita broke Underwood s Back on the15th Hole with a Birdie which missed by inches of becoming had been in second place after54 holes before falling in the final round to a five Over Par 77s. Florida won the team title with 1,154, 18 Over Par. Houston had 1,156 Wake Forest 1,160,and Oklahoma state and Texas each 1,162. Florida and Houston had Bee tied after 54 holes. Jones tying a record with his first round 65 and setting 36 and 54-Hole records broke the Markof 281 set by Marty Fleckman of Houston in 1965. Wood hit into a Pond near the Hole and took a bogey before unleashing his string of Birds. Bill Brask of Minnesota and Joe Inman of Wake Forest tied for third place at 284. One stroke behind them were John Darr of Florida Mike no gent of Lamar tech and Jack Lewis jr., of Wake Forest who Mehew s 137 captures commanders gup Golf Wiesbaden special edme hew won the second annual Wiesbaden area commanders cup Golf tournament Here Sun Day posting a 137 score Over the36-Hole Competition. Second two strokes Back was Robert a. Newhall. Third was Peter Jacobi with 141. Tied for fourth were John Whiting and James Debolt with 144. Hahn captures Golf tourney Hahn Germany special Hahn s four Man team shot a 311 to take first place and wies Baden s John shot a Hole in one Here Friday in a Usan Continental sports conference Golf tournament. The Hawks came out seven strokes ahead of Wiesbaden and Ramstein. Pitburg shot a 331 for fourth place followed by Rhein main and Span Dahlem 337, 347, Berlin 351 and Frankfurt 387. Moore scored his Ace on the 183-Yard no. 8 Hole. Medallist honors went to Delorenz of Hahn for his 36-39-75, four Over Par. In the seniors division Hahn two Man team shot a 175 to beat out Wiesbaden by a had a 183, Ramstein 184, Span Dahlem 189, Pitburg 192 and Sembach 195. Aaron Bowman of Hahn waste seniors medallist with an 81,. Warfare. Berlin fell behind and now , Moore sunday after end a in Relief of Chuck Mosi Bottom of the ninth Berlin forced the earn extra innings by scoring earned tallies in k George Geiger got Al fourth hit of the Rod Brown reached fim Oxie erred on his Norm Shipes walked to bases and after la Hie forced Geiger at Ftping Chitter since. Reale Lii snot to Center Field to tie 1 count at 7-7. Moore came in fro base and got out of trouble Jim shown took a hit away hip Chirco with a Fine Lead catch to save the game Doug Coleman led off the 1 with a single off first Baso Geiger s Glove and Ewing a Ted his first Homer of the son. It was Ewing s of the game Andrei total for the Day to i Geiger reached base error in the Bottom of the Ning but Moore disposed next three batters in fashion to notch his second in two Days. Berlin took a 3-0 Lead i first inning on singles by i co Bobby Bell Gary Lafe and Brown and a double Geiger. Giessen got one ithe second on Steve Homer and another in ton three singles and a error. A single a Force out i passed Ball and another Bell error tied the score in the we Long Lessen tallied three times ill the sixth As Berlin ran into siege of bad throws. The committed four errors a a a i i inning three on thei w Giessen added three Tats to ten ahead. Geiger s triple and double made it and the bears got to run in the seventh on a Force out two walk Brown s sacrifice a and Ewing s triple count 7-5 in the top of Aid Rich of Eylne ii Braun is Johnson Rf-31 Mitchell Moore rl-3b-p 0 q Brown a 0 0 Shipes of shown of Lic Orbitt p moxie Pphillips of 3 0 0 Herrell p1000 Mclean p Illel 001 j0ll total w " i Giessen 300 001 Berlin Herrell. 1 1 Berlin 1-1. Swing d Brown. Borhi Temoxie More w.5-1 Herrell a Eljia 3 3erre Mclean. 3 1-3 1 j. Usu. Yarbro Milt Bbrown of Herrell. A 453

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