European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Mar 19 1968, Page 20

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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - March 19, 1968, Darmstadt, HesseMarch 1968 the stars and stripes Page track Mark be by winds i i Younne Australia Jpn i i a wind deprived Dianne Burtle of a share of id record sunday and men s sprint was marked Byor Otest from the american third Nice finisher at an International track and Field meet miss by a equalled the men s 100 Yard dash world ecord of 10.3 seconds but los tall Chance of recognition of her time because of a High following the men s 100 Yard dash was on by Bob Lay of new South Wales in 9.6 seconds with Gary Holdsworth of Victoria fender of the United states who was third protested the decision. Boy i took the tape with Meas i went through so How can the judges not give me the first placing fender asked. I Tell you i feel pretty american team manager Latham Long said athlete must accept the judges placing. Their Job is to run not to try to judge the result As Well. We abide by the judges s j a y Silvester set australian open records in the shot and the discus. He put the shot 61 feet 10-1-2 inches Adco ng13 inches to the australian rec Ord set by american Parry Brien in 1965. Then Sylvester hurled the discus 199 feet 11 inches a staggering 6 feet 6 inches better than the old australian record held by Australia Warwick sol by. Ron Clarke of Australia won the 5,000 meters in 13 57.4, finishing the length of the straight ahead of american Tracey Davis of the . Won the mile in the unimpressive time of 4 05.6, Jim Kemp of the . Easily won the 440 Yard dash in 46.2, then collapsed with a severe stitch in his Side an Gayle Hopkins set an australian Long jump record of 26 feet inches. Vertical Star Urcla s Rick Sloan the world s Best combination High jumper pole vaulter demonstrates in this composite photo the style he s used to Clear seven feet plus in the High jump. Sloan has vaulted 16-8 and May begin concentrating on the decathlon. In his first try at the decathlon last year he scored 7,869 Points second Best by an american in 1967. A photo 1st open Ivel tourney scheduled april 22-27 London is the world first open Tennis tournament for professionals and amateurs takes place at Britain s popular South coast Holiday resort of Bournemouth april 22-27. Among the professionals Tak part will be Rod Laver Ken a Osewell and Pancho Gonzales. Harvard Captain Cash Kidik mass. Up pub Kanuth a 6-foot-4 200-Pound Junior Forward from Columbus has been elected Captain Harvard University s 1968-69,basketball team. Robinson departing Post As . S sports Coic by Ben Abrams staff writer South Ruislip England is Tom Robinson is pack ing his grip and heading West. The . Conference sports Coic rotates shortly to tinker fab okla., where he expects to maintain his contacts with sports while also trying to Complete work on his masters degree. Robinson s duties at South Ruislip included the running of clinics for basketball officials assigning the officials to games and coordinating with . Con Ference sports consultant Jim Murray in conducting the Multi sport program. The . Conference program embraces All major and minor sports both on the so called Var sity level and in intramural. The is to offer some Typ of program Here on the base for every recreation area Robin son said. An official in basketball an softball Robinson has been connected with sports since his High school Days. He competed in foot Ball basketball and baseball in his prep Days and in the former two at Central state of okla-1homa. He has also played both sports in service would have liked to have played some football Over Here Robinson said but there simply was t time because of the a stint in Iceland Rob Inson coached a Reykjavik entry to the Iceland National championship. Compared to our service basketball the Brand of basketball played in Iceland in t to Strong Robinson said. In fact i would say that the senior team there Aren t too much better than an average High school team Ashe know basketball. There is definitely an interesting the game and the play is improving steadily. I think it will continue to become a major sports Factor because More gymnasiums Are being built every year and it is a natural outlet because of the cold Robinson has been officiating in . Cycles since his arrival at South Ruislip and recently Usa heur lists new meet dates worked the Safe Cage championships at Ramstein Germany. For the third straight year. Heals has worked the Safe soft Ball also has belonged to five state official associations in the states calling High school games in Louisiana Oklahoma Texas California and Virginia. He plans to continue those activities Tim permitting at tinker fab. Robinson has three More years to Complete 20 in the air Force and he intends to keep his con tact with sports As a worker in the recreation Field As a civil Ian. Sports has always been goo to me and i feel i would like to keep in this Field. Recreation and physical training perhaps As a civilian in connection with the military would be the Ideal arrangement Robinson concluded. Skeet shoot slated by Wiesbaden club Wiesbaden Germany Spe Cial the Wiesbaden Rod and i gun club has scheduled an in Ter National style skeet shoot for March 23-21 on its olympic ranges. According to skeet chairman is to select a team tothe Rod and gun As at future International special in observation of Good Friday and Usah Euh has made the following changes in i s has Al la us shall and Squash tournament schedules to april 13. Grimes " Bedu led april 12 have been moved bark Aii n ,l,eyba11 tournament will by played on the weekends Uraih " 18-19 and april 25-26 and Wash meet will be held april 27-28. L Hank in Sites have been made. Slaske Tlell games till Ehi in Berlin Munich Asch of eur Hurt Ami Vlaum Hollcr. Mikill meet Lukes place it Frankfurt Ami tour Ufa Tom Robinson. Off to tinker John s. Offal the purpose the shoot represent . Registrations will be in March 23 at 8 . And will close at 2 . Participants will fire 100 Birds on in my reservations m a y be made by telephoning wies Baden military 22170 or 2uuh during duty hours or civil 74s13 after duty hours. Daytona Beach Fla. A Calvin Rayborn of san Diego calif., easily outran 106 rivals on his big Harley David son sunday to win the 27th run Ning of the Daytona 200, Ameri Ca s longest and richest motor Cycle 24-year-old californian took the Lead on the third Lap of the 53-Lap race around the Speedway s 3.81-mile track and Road course and never was headed. Rayborn was swifter on Thelong Straightaway and quicker through the infield turns. His winning Speed of 101.290 Miles per hour broke the race Mark of 98.227 . Established a year ago by Gary Nixon of Balti More. Wins $4,475 the Victory was Worth $4,475 for Rayborn plus High Point counting towards the National championship. Rayborn finished More than a Lap ahead of Sec Ond place finisher Yvonne Duhamel the Young Montreal rider who won saturday s Luu Miler for 250 cd machines. Third place went to Art Buu Mann of san Francisco who like Duhamel was Riding a Yamaha. Elks to Honor Grid stars Green Bay i l Pau Hornung and Jim Taylor who formed one of the g r e a test running tandems in pro foot Ball Tiu a 1959 until 1965. Will be honoured april 2 1 at the Greenbay elks club annual snorts award dinner. Pearson takes first in Southeastern 500 Bristol Tenn. A Ford Ace a acid Pearson fought off Plymouth Star Richard Petty and teammate 1-ce Roy yur through sunday for a narrow Vic tory in the eighth annual South Eastern 500 mock car race. .1 of some 23,000a Tortu cheered most of the last half hour of the 230-Milo event As the three staged a bumper to bumper grabbed the Lead with 30 laps left and then finished about four seconds ahead of Petty to grab the top Prie of in the $30.000 event. Pearson averaged 77.233 per Dierauer to buddy Baker portion of uie laps off the Driver Hobby laps Back. Finisher Darel was Relie de by during the last race was fierce and sixth place Isaac was nine

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