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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - March 27, 1962, Darmstadt, HessePage 20 the stars and St mks Denver u. Takes sixth skiing title Squaw Valley a of. A Denver University s pioneers coached by Willie Schafier. Won their sixth National collegiate athletic association ski Champion ship sunday by taking team honors in the 9.3-mile Cross country race James Page 20-year-old Dart Mouth Junior from Lake Placid by won the Stem easter title As top Over All performer in four events with his first place finish in the Cross country. Page s winning time in the Cross country final Competition in the three Day championships was 59 minutes 3.5 seconds. Denver s team scored 390,06 Points in taking its sixth Mcaa title. Following Denver were Colo Rado 37490, Western state College of Gunnison colo., 361.40, Dart Mouth 356.32. Nevada 333.79, Cali fornia 29117 and Montana state College 2k3lmeet officials did not announce team plot clogs after the first seven. Nordic title Plurad Tor fag Eraas of Montana state and Oyvind Floystad of Denver shared the individual nordic title based on performance in jumping and Cross country. They scored 193.51 Points were followed in the nordic standings by Chris Selbeck Denver 193.42 Aarne Valkama Denver 19l07 per Wegge Washington 183.17. And Page Dartmouth. 178.71. Ranking behind Page who posted 361.67 in the so Meister scoring were Jim bombard Western state,358,09 Dick Dorworth Nevada 349.93 Chrit rounds Denver,348.37 Jim Jacobson. Dartmouth 344.98 Paul Duncan California 31597 Doug Salter Nevada 312.21 Jon Madsen Nevada 303,87, and Ward Noble California 267.29. Jim Gaddys of Utah won the slalom and Alpine combined titles Mike Baar of Denver the downhill title and Floysand the jumping the Cross country Ace Mike Gallagher of Colorado look second with 60 59.4 and per segue was third with 61 41.4the Cross country team Point standings Denver 96.18, Dartmouth 98.09. Colorado 95.49, Western state 93.38, Nevada 80.96, Chaco state 73.90, California 67.60, Idaho 55.52. Michi Gan tech 54.05, Montana state 49.48, Washington 32.70 and Maine 30.87. Hayes fails in 2 bids to top Century Mark Hollywood. Fun. A Robert Hayes missed two attempt saturday to shatter the 9.2-second world record for the 100-Yard dash he unofficially matched Les month. T the 19-year-old Florida am sprinter ran the distance in 9.3seconds in the afternoon and in 9,4 at night canno neers Shock big by Art Mather staff writer Frankfurt is the 22ndarty canno neers a team which operates on the theory that the most shots produce the most Points Rode the clutch shooting of Lee Hunter in the closing minutes Here sunday night at Blozis Hall to Shade the favored Sasae big Blue 73-72, and March into Ausa eur semifinals berth oppo site the 2nd target acquisition in series against the owls will get under Way wednesday at 8 05 . On the canno neers Home court it Imler Barracks in Zorn Dorf. Germany. The second and if necessary third Gomes arc set for the same starting time at the owl Home floor situated at Kelly bar Racks in Moehrl Ngen Germany. Hunter a 5-foot, 9-Inch can Moneer guard sparked his team s late surge As he poured through14 of his is Points during the Sec Ond halt including the 22nd arty s last six. Hunter hit a jump shot from the left Side of the foul Circle to give the canno neers their second Lead of the evening 69-68, with 2 19 remaining. Then after Forward Ron Davis had put the big Blue in front again with a pair of foul rangers tip Mustangs to gain semis by Don Schuck staff writer Augsburg Germany is the 3rd army div s 36th inf rangers came Hying from 10 Points off the Pace to Edge the 24th div tvs Mustangs 83-82, Here sunday night wrapping up a spot in the Usa eur basketball semifinals. The rubber game Victory gave the rangers the Best of three quarterfinal series. They now Host com z Verdun cardinals in the opener of their semifinal series wednesday night at Kirch Goens Germany. Buy Pryear Rangy Ranger Cen Ter who was held to four Points in saturday night s 70-68 loss to the Mustangs broke Loose for 21 Points in the second half sunday night to swing the balance i favor of the 36th inf quintet. The 6-foot, 6-Inch Pryear who chalked up five Field goals in the first half led the second half charge that overcame a 43-33 mus Tang halftime Lead As he dunked in seven fielders and is Many free throws to boost his night s output to 31. His Hook shot from the Side with Carter wins $5,000 top prize in Houston pro Bowling meet Houston up Don Carter of St. Louis the top Money Winner on the professional bowlers association tour won his first 1962 championship saturday by easily Down ing Keith Little Dallas 4n the$30,000 Houston Bowling Charity classic. Carter boosted his 1962 earnings to 517.422.50 with the $5.000 first prize Money. He topped Little in nationally championship match. 232-194. Carter started fast Ullh four straight strikes and Thomas decisions dry in Charity bout at St. Louis St. Louis a Allon Thomas of Chicago a rising Young Light heavy Weikh won a unanimous 10 round decision Over Jesse Bowdry of St. Louis in a local hotel. It was the feature of a Charity show promoted by teamsters Union joint Council 13 for the Benefit of 10 charities. About 1,000 persons attended the $100-a-Ttcket affair who a included a floor show and dinner. Thomas. 17uu-, now has won 14, lost one with one draw in 16 pro fights. Bowdry 174, often is beaten to the punch in the Early rounds. There were no Knock Downs but Thomas staggered Bow dry twice in the third and once in the fifth. Bowdry finished Strong. There were no clinches in the Cox 170v, St. Louis took a six round decision from Tommy Caldwell 164, Chicago in the preliminary. Oklahoma St. Wrestlers cop 23rd Mcaa Crown tie Mark Stillwater okla. A Oklahoma state crowned three National champions Here and tied the record 82 Points it set in winning the Mcaa wrestling title last year but one of the Cowboy de fending champs was dethroned. Oklahoma state wrapped up its 33rd National title in the Semi , which also crowned three individual champions was second with 45 Cowboy champions Are Masaaki Hatta at 123, Ronnie Clinton at 167 and Bob Johnson at 177. Johnson was a defending Cham Plon. Phil Kinyon Oklahoma state s defending 157-Pound Champion was soundly beaten by Jack Plasche of Colorado state College. Oklahoma champs were Mickey Martin at 130, Bui Carter at 137 and Wayne Baughman at 191. Other champs were Gray Simons j15, of lock Haven state Mik Natvig. Army 147. And Sherwyn Thorson of Wisconsin heavy weight Flasche dropped behind Kinyon in the first period when he yielded a take Down but then the Colorado wrestler took command and out wrestled the defending Champ the rest of the Way. Clinched the finals match with a strike in the eighth Frame. Little 32, a former minor player had never before reached the finals of any Aba tournament. He came out of a hos Pital where he had been treated for a virus 10 Days ago to Battle his Way through a top Field before to the Veteran Carter curler topped Dirk Hoover of St. Louis 230-205, in one of the Semi finals matches. Little beat Don Bickford of Dallas in the other.212-fk. The Money winners Don cursor St. Loui.$5.000 a blah lint Dillni Dick Hoover is. Lon ii 11.300 Don Bic Mord. D in 11.150 Gloryn . Is. Lou i. 11.030 Glenn pm re Lack an it. Fit. S Leo jct Blond Alullo woo Dick Downey Newark. I 1890 oui Howard. Detroit t80 Bui pc Kanizai City $700 i Hal Mew. New York �0 Mill ten Lhumi. In Lii Moo gun bucket try Kama City Emo de Bourd i. Fret no Calif 1900 Dick web St. Lauri u7s Andy Mirisch Long Beach Calif. Pm Jim 8t. John. Minn Pomi �180 Harry Smith. St. Wiit $321 Eurl a flan. Or Orlini hoc Bill Attu for. To. 1271 Jack and Colte. 0�iu j2so butt fetid Introit ,. 121 Andy Row inc. Cli Imio f20fl Ronny Diamond fall i h1b Dan Ellet. Houston t0 Bill Lan Dowil. Fortuni. Cell Geo will meet the unvers Ginia for the first time in the 1965 season

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