European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Mar 24 1968, Page 17

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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - March 24, 1968, Darmstadt, HesseSunday March 24, 1968 the stars and stripes Page 17 Nennig austrians Lead ski Mley. Idaho a h v Gerhard Nenning who won the men s downhill Thea Strain ski team moved into a � v Lead Friday in the american International team ski meet. Canada s Nancy Greene a ilk cd away with the women s downhill As she was almost full three seconds ahead of her nearest competitor. Kenning in winning the men s at 2 0 i was .35 seconds ahead of French skiing sensation Jean Claude Killy. The austrian was jubilant after the and said he believed his team could beat they Mathews accounting for six of Andrews and Rico Petrocelli slugged Boston to Lolich just returned from two weeks of National guard duty worked two innings for Detroit and gave up Andrews Home runs were the first of the s p r i n g for Catcher Brunsberg. Who is on the roster of the tigers Toledo farm tigers announced their first squad Cut of the Spring sending six rookies to Tiger town for Down were pitchers George Torince and Dick duo infielders Don Pepper and Tim Marling and outfielders Bob Christian and Wayne Redmond. Hol Ston a manager Grady Ila ton split the Houston astr i s into two teams Friday for games against top f a r in club and both Houston squads came away s a squad whipped Oklahoma City 4-1, and the b unit nipped Dallas fort Worth 3-2.denny Lemaster pitched seven innings of three hit Ball against Oklahoma City. Rusty staub and Ron Brand each had a pair of singles to spark the a team s nine hit Zachary and skip lock Wood shut out Dallas fort Worth while they were on the Mound but the Texas league team scored t a i e e against Carroll Sembera in the Middle innings. Ellis Fri the California an a Cactus league fort Myers Fla. A Frank Howard drove in three runs and pitchers Frank Bertaina and Barry Moore combined on a five hitter Friday As the Washington senators de rated the Pittsburgh pirates 8-2.Howard slammed a 400 foot Home run and scored behind Mike Epstein to Cap a four rim Washington splurge in the seventh. Epstein had singled Home two runs before Howard s to pitched the Fust five innings allowing Only three hits and one unearned run. Moore completed the game yielding one run and two 1ms while strik ing out Clendenon had two of the pirate hits. Springs Calif. A the Chicago cubs exploded for nine runs in less than three in rings against Sammy Day to rout gels 10-0 in game. Cub pitchers Joe Niekro and Ramon Hernandez faced the minimum 27 batters although three Angels reached base Jim Ernie Hall collected two Angel hits and Jay Johnstone reached first safely on an error but three cub double plays eliminated the runners. Chicago bombed the an Elswith 19"hits. 13 of them on Eliis in 2 1-3 innings in route to shutout sweep of the two game series. The cubs won 1-0 thurs s win was the cubs fifth in six starts against the an gels this Spring. The cubs Are now s-6 compared to the Angels 5-s. Sti arcs Mcaa slalom Ita a Clearwater Fla. A i the Philadelphia Phillies needed a ninth inning run producing single by Tony Taylor to w h i p Oakland 9-8 Friday and snap a seven game losing s single scored Ricardo Joseph with the winning run \ after the Phillies squandered an Early 7-0 Lead built on the Long Phillies tagged Oakland starter Jim Catfish Hunter for their four homers in the Sec Ond third and fourth innings. But the athletics tagged phils starter Chris Short and reliever Gary Wagner for eight runs to Lake an 8-7 Briggs singled in the lying run in the eighth inning setting the stage for i Luxlor s game winning safety Ulo. E a m b i at Springs a Denver i rec i Dennis Mccoy won the Sla but Bis Pioneer team ii acts lost ground Friday m their Lud for an eighth straight a a a ski championship at . Mccoy won both runs to tie o1 t Eastern intercollegiate Tjui minion Kuk of a ii i Mouth by 1.63 sect ills. May s combined Lime was 1 36.32 to 1 37.95 for . The slalom Victory gave the 22-year old olympian a senior at Denver the Alpine combined championship. He was second m thursday s team standings after three events before saturday s in minium finale showed roil1 Ewis College of Durani o. Olo leading my 2ss Point. Followed by Civ Misity of i olo ratio with 2sti and dec Widm Champion Denver third at 284.3. Wyoming s Hocky Mountain ret ional champions Moed into Szrom contending position witha Surprise team second place finish in the slalom to put the cowboys fourth at 284.1. They Are favored to v m the jumping event and May score enough Points to capture the Crown Lor the first time in the it years of the won the slalom team title As Dave held finished 10th and Bill Owen 14th to complement Bury s second place. Colorado lost a Chain e to move Mio thu ii i i went for Aphis eee Cut Lead i when their no. 3 slalom ,-, Steve fell on ins Sec St. Petersin pkg. Mph a Sharp lord grounder that Mentor a a Strong oui Neld i i error cilia i Oes 1 it 1 f 1 a. I Ping and that to Ond run and Tuu shed 36th. Sixteen of Friday s 73 starters. Fell and dul not Fnu h on the icy courses. And Hall the cardinals 3-2. Endure a Suvak Andt

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