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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - March 11, 1968, Darmstadt, HessePage 18 the stars and stripes monday March 11 Deats Nab ic4a Crown for 9th time new York up powerful Villanova formantes getting Superb per from roller Dave Patrick sprinter hurdler Erthall Sophomore running Ace Larry James and two crack relay teams won its ninth ic4a indoor track and Field championships saturday night. Coach jumbo Elliott s wild cats who tied Manhattan for the most team victories in the47-year history of the meet wound up with 47 Points for the team title. Harvard finished in the runner up position with 24and army was third with 16 1-2. A crowd of 12,743 watched the Blue ribbon meet Madison Square Garden which closed . Girl 1 8, beats Nancy in slalom Seattle Wash. A Marilyn Cochran an excited schoolgirl from Richmond .,beat out the great Nancy Greene of Canada saturday inthe giant slalom As youngsters continued to dominate the women s events of the 1968 National Alpine ski vermonter Rich Chaffee of Rutland sprang lesser Surprise in taking the men s division of the race. Scott Henderson of Banff Alberta who won the men s downhill championship Friday was Sec Ond and Rod Hebron of Vancou ver b.c., third. Chaffee was timed in 2 20.78, less than three tenths of a second faster the running of the slalom sunday will Complete the 1968 program. Seattle Wash. A official re sults of the National Alpine giant slalom . Women1. Marilyn Cochran Richmond Al a. Numy2 16.37 3. Judy Greene Rossland b.c., Nagel Enumclaw Wash., 4. Louise spark Stowe ., 2 23.13. 0. Kiiren d o k k a Vancouver b.c., 2 l Stii town and Banff Alberta 2 uj.7s. 7. Ann ,.-k, Seattle 2 23.31.h. Hurry Julann Bend ore., 2 23.91. Ic-,.t Subich. K y b u r a calif., 2 22. I7. 0. Bill Kiil Stowe ., 2 23.62. 7. Way no Henderson Banff. Alta., 2 8. Currle Chapman Chelsea Quebec 2 2&.-ll.9. Dennis Mccoy Bishop calif., 2 25.43. 10. T. , Oslo Norway 2 27.23. New York s indoor track season. Three meet records fell in the event which attracted a record Field of 65 , winning his first mile of the season accounted for on of the records As the Wildcat senior ran his specially in4 06.1. knocked six tenths of a second off the previous mar Patrick set in 1966. was also his third straight indoor in title. Other meet records we reestablished in the pole vault and the two mile event. Sid Sebsibe Mamo of Colby set a record in the two-mile8 50.7 while with a time of Peter Chen of american University vaulted 16-feet-4 1-4 for a record. James finished with a 1 10.2clocking in the 600-Yard run to win As the Villanova Sophomore broke Yale s domination in that event. Hall won the 60-Yard hurdles in 7.2 seconds and completed a taxing double assignment by gaining third place Points in the 60-Yard sprints. He personally accounted for nine of Villanova s s runners also swept the mile relay and the two Mil relay in route to the easy Miller of Rutgers repeated As High jump Cham Pion with a leap of 6-feet-10. Guenther grabs wis. Pin title Milwaukee wis. A Johnny Guenther of Seattle Wash., won a 200-199 Squeaker from Joe Joseph of Lansing mich., saturday to capture$10,000 first Money in the professional bowlers association Miller open tournament. Guenther who led the Fie Dinto the nationally televised finals staged a smashing Finis with three straight strikes to re Gister his 200. Then he sweat out As Joseph needing a strike to win and nine to tie left the 6 and 7pins standing after his last Ball. Jim Stefanich of Joliet 111.,finished third behind the split plagued Joseph. Veteran Doncaster of Tarzana calif., was fourth and Fred Lening Yardley pa., fifth. Victory in the $60,000 Miller open was Guenther s third on the Aba tour and the $10,000top Money boosted his official earnings for the year to $15,950. Joseph won $5,000, stefanich$3,000, Carter $2,000, and Lening $1,800. The tour moves to Buffalo n.y., this week for the $45,000 Aba open starting tues Day. Hayes 49-Point splurge leads cougars past Loyola Salt Lake City up towering Elvin Hayes combining muscle with finesse scored49 Points and dominated the rebounding As Houston crushed foul plagued Loyola of Chicago 91-78 saturday in a Western Caa playoff. New Mexico state also advanced in the Mcaa eliminations by beating Weber state Mexico state now catches defending Champion Urcla in the Western regional Albuquerque n.m., in second round com petition March 15. The 6-9 Hayes was unstoppable in leading the top ranked cougars to the Victory Over speedy Loyola and a berth opposite Louisville in next week s Mcaa midwestern re Ginals Wichita Kan. Leading the cougars to their30th consecutive Victory Hayes contributed 27 rebounds in on of his finest performances of the season. The cougars jumped to a 6-0 Lead on three Quick baskets by Hayes and were never serious trouble although made two runs the heavy favored cougars in the js2half after falling behind Ond Early in the second half. Loyola battled the taller cougars on even terms through put the second half even Tho they were forced to play n3 9 minutesguns6-5 and 6-3 in Mideast regional warriors tip Falcons 72-71 Tillman ousted Tillman the team s Lea dim scorer was ejected from Thi game with 15 29 remaining for slugging Houston s Ken Spak Loyola lost Bell a few minute Slater on fouls. After Houston took a 64mlead, Loyola using a full court press effectively Cut to margin to 68-54. Sophomore Wade Fuller led the charge with three baskets and was aided by. Unstoppable Cougar Bell and Reserve Walter Robert son. However Hayes killed Loyo la s upset Hopes with four i straight baskets including three easy layups to Widen Houston s Lead to 77-56. Hayes hit 20 of 28 from Thefield for 71 per cent. Bell \ fouled out with 11 minute remaining was High for Loyola followed by Fuller with 16 an Robertson with 11. Elvin Hayes Kent Ohio a mar Quette s Jim Burke fired in two Long baskets in the final l1/minutes saturday night bring ing the warriors a 72-71 Victory Over Bowling Green in a wild first round Mcaa Mideast regional basketball skirmish. In the opener of the twin Billat Kent state s memorial gymnasium East Tennessee stat scored an easy 79-69 Triumph Over Florida state. The winners Advance to Sec Ond round action next Friday Lexington ky., where mar Quette will face Kentucky and East Tennessee will oppose the big ten Champion. Marquette lifting its record to22-5, withstood a furious bowl ing Green finish that saw the Falcons get two shots with 11 seconds to go and another desperate attempt the Buzzer All missing the warriors led by George Thompson s 33 Points had what appeared to be a comfortable nine Point Lead Early in the Sec Ond half before a Falcon rally gave the ohioans the Lead 51-50at 12 18. Bowling Green was on top 71-68 with 2 30 remaining. Burke who finished with 11 Points Johnson tests German Berlin up Harold John son the sex world Light heavy weight Champion will take on Wilhelm von Homburg in a non title bout Here april 11. The match which will be staged in the West Berlin sports Palace was scheduled for 10 rounds. Calif. School gymnasts win Springfield muss. A san Fernando Valley state staved off u Challenge by Host Springfield College saturday and compiled the highest score in the final event to capture the team championship of the first annual Mcaa College division Gymn sties Fernando s margin of Vic tory was Only 1.35 Points. The West coast team scored 179.40to Springfield s 178.05. In third place was Southern Connecticu state with 172.75. Indiana state finished fourth with 170.15.san Fernando Valley state sparked by defending Mcaa Highbear Champion Lichard Grigs by compiled the highest Tea score in the final event to protect its Victory. Voted Mcaa College division gymnastics coach of the year was or. William Vincent of Sanfernando Valley state. The vote was taken by the eleven col Leges taking part in the Cham and san Fernando each compiled team highs i three events and Indiana slate took the other. Calmly dropped in his two key buckets while the Falcons were concentrating on stopping Thomp son underneath. Bowling Green the mid Ameri can conference Champion bowed out with an 18-7 record. The fal cons were topped by Walt Piat Kowski s 27 Points 17 coming inthe second half drive. Brian Brunkhorst Gav Ethompson Strong support with 20 Points while Al hairs on collected 18 for the losers. Marquette led 39-34 half time. Thompson a Burly 6-foot-2junior, scored 20 Points in the first the opener Harley Skee Ter Swift canned 22 Points Lead ing East Tennessee Over the seminoles who were outs stand out rebounded. East Tennessee the Ohio Val Ley conference Champion built a 37-30 halftime advantage an cracked the game open Early in the second buccaneers boosting their record to 19-6, earned the right to meet the big ten Cham Pion in second round action next Friday Lexington by. The ripped off 12straight Points in a three minute Span that shot their advantage from 39-34 to 51-34 with 15 min utes to taller seminoles out shot and out rebounded most of the Way made a frantic bid to catch up but never got close than 74-67 in the final 45 seconds. Swift a hard driving guard had scoring support from Leroy Fisher with 19 Points and Rich Arnold with 16. The Seminole Jan Gies with 13 Stewart with 12.florida s 6-foot-9 were led Brand Darrel Sophomore Star Dave Cowens was limited to 11 before fouling out late inthe contest. The never trailed after two Early ties taking the Lead for Good 6-5 after three min utes. The seminoles finishing with a 19-8 record could no shake East Tennessee s Sticky Man to Man defense. Williams tops nil returns new York up Travis Williams the electrifying Greenbay Rookie officially was named Kickoff return Leader for last season in statistics released thursday by the National football league. Williams set an nil record by averaging 41.1 Yards per return. He ran 18 Kickoff for 739 Yards and a record for touchdowns including one scor ing Lunback of 104 Yards. The old record for Kickoff return average was 35.2 Yards set in1952 by Lynn Chandnois of Pitts Burgh. Sayers second Chicago s Gale Sayers 19mkickoff return loader was behind Williams with 16 return for 603 Yards and three touchdowns. He averaged Bette than Cham Nois record with pm Yards per return. John Gilliam of new Orleans was third averaging 30.1 Yaru on 16 returns for 481 Yards Amione touchdown. Tom Vaughn w uie Detroit Lions had a 2 j16 returns for m was the average on Yards. Ron Smith of atlant busiest Kickoff return with a High of 39 returns Foi Yards the most by any w player. Kickoff return Le-ijei1 no. Yard a ,. Williams ret a buy18 108a.yr�. 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