European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Mar 31 1962, Page 20

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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - March 31, 1962, Darmstadt, Hesse20 the stars and stripes by Art Mathers staff writer Span Dahlem Germany sparked by two Usab champions from previous years Andone reigning air Force worldwide titleholder the Host Germany District squad walked off with five of the 10 title Here thursday Nightie the open class finals of the an Nual Safe boxing Champion the Ujco. District made it five open team crowns in As Man years despite bagging Only two individual titles. France took the other three individual . Battlers racked up 19 Points to their team Victory White the Germany District edged France 13-11, for runner up honors. Spain Lorocco tallied three Points while the Mediterranean District was scoreless. The tournament is scheduled towing up with the Novice finals Friday night Irv Tiger Berry France s Light middleweight whose Wendi Roll style proved Loo much for both his tournament opponents bagged the most outstanding fighter trophy. Two Germany scrappers . Harley Cooper and Carl Augustus repeated Safe open victories along with France icel Eatlo Cordova Cooper made it three safelight heavyweight titles in a Row As he proved too Strong for the . S Howard Leonard. The huskies Cooper a 1955 worldwide finalist captured All three rounds. Me landed repeatedly with vicious left Hooks and left jabs mixed wit right uppercut. Retreating and picking his spots Cooper also posed too much of a problem on defense As he caught Leonard s Best punches on his gloves. The aggressive Leonard de spite absorbing some heavy punish ment stayed on his feet ail the Way. Augustus twice a Champion an twice a runner up in four years of Safe open Competition regained the featherweight title he lost last year As he out pointed the . District s Bill Pisachubbe. The Stocky Pisachubbe a Veteran of 130 bouts and a three time worldwide competitor exhibited the harder punches As he played the role of a slugger against his taller opponent with the longer reach. But Augustus left Jab an boxing ability proved too much As he came on to win the last two rounds after an even first heat Germany s Chaco Brown a highly rated w o re do i d e middleweight King proved Why he was so a Gay regarded in the middleweight finals bout. After an Early flurry by the Ujco. District s Shawn Fay drove him into the rapes. Browne Intel it t to the body and exploded a straight right to the fell oof hta Back and was counted out with Only 31 seconds gone "."-. Berry himself a two time Winner in the 1958 worldwide Competition battled his Way Back from a Knock Down in the first 10 seconds to Pound Lefor Rogers ., into sub Mission. The rangier Rodgen had bolted owls rangers one gome up in series semis set for Moehringer Verdun it s do or die for the 22nd arty canno neers and Verdun cardinals in the second games of the a St of thre Usa eur basketball Aemi njos saturday at Moehringer Germany and Verdun France both came out on the Short end of the count wednesday night the canno neers dropping a 81-69 decision to the 2nd target acquisition in owl while the cardinals were suffering an 8t-75 defeat at the hands of the 36th in rangers in Kirch Goens Germany. The wins gave the owls and rangers 1-0leads. If a third game is necessary in either Case it will be played sunday. The games will Start at 8.05 pin. The owls who Are paced by High scorer Ron Skelton and Bobby Joe Mason Are heavily favored to beat the Jack Medrano led canno neers. Coach Bob Boothe s Vii corps champions have win five straight game without a setback in the Usa eur meet they walked Over the Ascenza red Knight sin quarterfinal action after easily beating the commanders two straight in first round play. By comparison the canno neers had to go the three gome limit in each of their firs two series. They disposed of the 68th Armor tankers in their initial test and then knocked off the Sasae big Blue in the Quarter finals. The rangers who Are sparked by scrappy guard Tom Hayes and Rangy rebound aces Ray Pryear and Cliff Tinsley also had to go the it met to get by the 24th engr in blazers and 24th inf div tvs Mustangs before getting a head Start in their series with Verdu wednesday night at Kirch Goena. Star Jim Coleman and his Cardinal mates will have the Home court advantage in their make or break game at Verdun. Prior to wednesday s setback conch Frank Dugan s com z champs bad won four straight games in championship play ousting the 8th enc Hosp jumpers and Berlin up tips a stars. The winners of the semifinal series Walt Advance into the showdown finals scheduled april 4, 7 and 8 with the Sites to be deter mined after the Windup of the semifinal warfare. For now the cardinals and canno neers have the Odds against them. Ton Brewe railing shoulder Brewer fails in comeback Scottsdale Ariz. A Tom Brewer 31-year-old righthand derho won 19 fames for Boston in us left the Camp of the red sox thursday. His baseball career apparently ended. Brewer idled most of last season with a shoulder injury had been declared free agent during the Winter. He came Here to train with the sox thu Spring hopeful us Arm would respond. It did Brewer who had an 88-80 record in seven seasons with the sox left Tor his Home in Cheraw s.c., say ing he had no immediate plans. Ohio state swimmer cracks Mark inn Caa 200-Yardindiyidualmedley Columbus Ohio a Mart mull Ohio state Sophomore from Canton Ohio set an Mcaa record of 2 02,3 in dethroning Jack Kelso of Denver in the 200-Yard individual Medley thursday night in the 40th annual Mcaa swimming championships. Kelso finished a 10th of a second Back after going into the Fina freestyle leg leading by almost Defeet mull a 19-year-old who stands 6-2 and weighs 195, led slightly a the end of the breaststroke leg was even with Kelso after the backstroke surrendered his Felge during the Butterfly Competition and came on fast to take it All inthe freestyle. His ume erased the meet re orc of 2 02.9 set by Kelso a year ago John House of Southern Cali fornia was third John Springle of Harvard fourth John Day of okla homa fifth and Bui Wood of Mich Igan state sixth. Csc ahead the individual Medley was the Only final schedule. On thursday night s badly bruised Finger put Chacon on Bench 8t. . Fla Bill a att entry flt try him party ., to Koto Wii him to a Terrt. Wilter weight Law of Oil onto a no Hitler. , cyclones drop. End Ames Iowa up Iowa state University football coach cloy Staple ton permanently dropped end Ray Horky from the Cyclone Grid squad because of indifferent classroom Tod it for Mann i Tlle Mon off by . Tatj la but h Navy weight my 4ttmtnt4 heavy weight Job an Ali int Ftp ult co to fam defending i going to Worl Spagnda Hlewis Sas Chaco Browin air Force worldwide Champion who Capri afe open division Crown Here thursday been selected As the 01 represent Safe in worldwide champions pc 6 at Otis fab maw. Brown was Donaldson fab captured the 1981 title stationed at Hahn won the Safe Crown j by knocking District Shawn Fay of the first round thl 63 skiers compete in Garni Isch night. I Garmisch Germany is sixty three German and american skiers turned out for the season s Inal night slalom on a 550-meter, 23-Gate Hausberg slope course. Twenty four German race class skiers participated in the largest event. Flori Woerndle finished first 25.7 seconds. He was followed by Theo Gehring 26.0, and 26.1. In the american expert class Roger Reynolds Turnau took first with 27.4. Rex Corsons Plum Sens and Mike Groth Munich finished second and third at 28.9 and 29.3seconds respectively. In ladles Competition Kathln Neureuther Parten Kirchen led German entries with a 30.1-second performance and Carole Robinson Gromisch Ted american ladies at 37-5 German Junior boys Competition was won by Christian Neureuther Parten Kirchen is seconds Nykl Henkel and Jens a Banc _ Garmisch finished second i at 18.8 and 312. American boys wer Francis Mcgunn Obert 20.7 seconds Bobby Holsch 21.8f and Bradley Oberammergau to 2i8, american junior1 go dlr by Loraine kahlldiuv24.0 Mary Warnek 01 Gau 24.1 and ,l5

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