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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - May 1, 1968, Darmstadt, HessePage 20 the stars and stripes wednesday May 1, i90g racing Roundup Randy Barnett As you May have noticed during the weekend new zealand Denny Ultimo current world Champion Wanned up for the european grand prix season with a win saturday it Silver Stone. In Ulm scored his Victory aboard a new formula 1 Mclaren Ford while his Boss designer Driver Bruce Mclaren also of new zealand was taking second in a similar car. Chris Amon in a Ferrari finished third to make it a new zealand sweep by the Way. That must be some Drivers school those Guys have Down there the Mclaren cars bran new for this season May Well be on their Way to capturing the constructors championship if pre formula 1 results mean any thing. In the first formula 1 Warmup March 17 at Brand Hatch. Mclaren won it with Hulme finishing third. That gives the new zealand pair two outright wins a second and third in two races and that is some record make no mistake about it. The cars Are obviously very fast and almost As important very durable. Hulme won his championship last year driving the reliable Brabham cars and Many followers of the sport wondered what gave when he made the switch to Mclaren. I appears now that he knew what he was doing. It won t be Long now before we find out. Aba too Kef of year Minneapolis a Minnesota muskies Center Mel Daniels has been named the american basketball association Rookie of the of the balloting by selection committees in each of the league s 11 cities was not made Public by Aba Headquarters Here except to say that Daniels was a runaway joining him on the Aba s firs tall Rookie team were forwards Tom Washington of Pittsburg hand Bob Netolicky of Indiana and guards Louie dumper of Kentucky and James Jones of new second Rookie team was composed of forwards Rand Mahaffey of Kentucky and Ron Franz of Oakland Center by Ronbeck of Denver and guards Bob Verga of Dallas and Ron Perry of Minnesota. Daniels 6-foot-9 product of the University of new Mexico was Mel Daniels. Muskies Center the no. 1 draft Choice of the royals of the National basketball association last Yea but signed with Minnesota. He led the Aba in rebounding with 1,213 for a 15.6 average and was Minnesota s leading score with 1,729 Points for a 22.2 Avi a , a 6-7 graduate of Cheyney pa., state led the Aba in shooting accuracy by hitting 52.2 per cent of his two Point attempts. Netolicky 6-8 and from Drake University averaged 10.3 Points and 11.5 rebounds for Indiana spacers. Dampier 6-foot former University of Kentucky Star set an Aba one game scoring record of 54 Points against Indiana lie averaged 20.7 , the 6-4 Gram Birik alumnus had More playing time than any other Aba player and averaged 18.8 Points for 78games. Denny Hulme Ford gt40 ties it up it s now tied two and two Between porsche and the Ford gt40safter last thursday s 1,000 Kilometre race at Monza but the pow Erful porsche team won seven of the top 10 places. Both porsche victories came in the United states Sebring and Daytona while the Fords have won at brands Hatch and Mouza. Only one car sandwiched into the porsche Ford ranks at Monza a Renault Alpine 211 driven by frenchmen Patrick Pailler and Antoine de Cortanzo. A Ford gt40 took seventh and All the res went to porsche. The Duel resumes sunday in Sicily at the car killing Targa Florio where porsche should win As durability is the key in that race. Ione Lap is 44.74 Miles and one Lap at the Targa Florio is harder on a car than some entire races on most other circuits. Porsche swept it last year winning first through third and they should repeat. Big 10th place it s unique in racing history but the Driver who finished 10th Armonza thursday in a porsche Drew As much attention if not More than the winning team of Paul Hawkins and David Hobbs of Britain in their gt40.the 10th place finisher however was the famous skier Jean Claude Killy. Crowds mobbed him As he got out of his car. Lit participation in the race proved one of the main attractions. After the race he told newsmen it was a very interesting experience and i was satisfied with the tenth place i won with Jean Guichet. I can and i will compete again in the next 1,000-Kilometer Auto race of nuer Burgering Germany.",0so, if Vou want to see Killy in action Circle May 19 on your Calendar. That s the Date for the 1,000 Kilometres of nuer Burgering. Where to go this weekend Only two major races this weekend the Targa Florio in Sicily and a championship formula 2 event for the european Drivers trophy at zolder Belgium. To reach zolder take the autobahn past Liege continue toward Antwerp and turn off at Hasselt. Zoi Cler is a few Miles North of of the top formula 2 cars and Drivers will be compel no including Jean Pierre Belto ise in his Matra. Beloise is leading the formula 2 championship with a win at Ilok Choini a second at Thruxton and a first at Madrid last sunday. Acceleration rally9 if you want to participate in the opening acceleration rally drug anyone the new Hanau motor racing association invites Vou to attend a meeting at 7 30 . Thursday at the hegerhorst Cavern near Hanau. A few charter memberships in the new association Are still available and they Are offered along with a Sweis applications at club sunday if you re in the mood for drag racing zip on Down to he ram Sven drag strip. Registration is conducted during the morning with Competition beginning about 1 . Heres a class for every Type of car and trophies for winners. New bleach ers have been installed for those who would rather watch. Club events the Weer Burg German american motor sports club will sponsor Nikki time rally saturday May 4, in the Wue Burg area i he ral will be open to All Driver navigator teams in Sedan m ands ports a classes. Teams wishing to compete should Contact l Iward inf div Public affairs office phone River Mil 840 01 spec-4 Honor Petterson 3rd inf us Public information office phone River Mil 844. Barber joins top 10 in Golf earnings Palm Beach gardens Fla. A Miller Barber s $20,000 first prize in the Byron Nelson Golf classic moved him into the list of the game s top 10 Money winners this year with a total purse of $53,918. Barber had $47,587 in official pea tournament winnings an $6,330 in unofficial prize Money to place sixth on the list which is still headed by Tom Weiskop with official winnings of $71,122 and a total of $77,677. Billy Casper was second with$59,019 in official winnings and a $76,962 total. Others on the list with official and total winnings 3. George Archer $53,714,$56,557 4. Don january $48,428, $50,288 5. George ,$48,382, $55,030 7. Kermit Zar Ley 46,200, $49,793 8. Ton Jacklin $45,690, $48,652 9. Gardner Dickinson $45,369,$47,227 10. Al Geiberger $40,595, $41,726. Cincinnati a Carol Mann s Victory in the Raleigh ladies invitational tournament sunday has moved her out in front in ladies professional Golf association Money winnings Lyga Headquarters announced monday. Miss Mann s Victory was Worth $2,250 and gave her a to Tal of $7,825 in official earnings. Kathy Whitworth is second with $7,337. The no. 3 Money Winner Sandra Haynie has won $4,755. The top Money winners wit numbers of tournaments won in parentheses Carol Mann 2 $7,825 Kath Whitworth 1 $7,337 Sandra Haynie 0 $4,755 Betsy Rawls 0 $4,382 Marilynn Smith 1 $4,135 Mickey Wright 2 $3,375 Joann Prentice 0 $2.909 Shirley englehorn 0 $2,727 Judy Kimball 0 $2,686 and Margie masters 0 $2,539. Iassogna to Lead army softball officials9 clinics Munich special Bern Ard Iassogna of Bridgeport softball authority who has officiated nine world softball championships will be on the instructor s podium for two Usa eur softball officials clinics May 6-10 and 13-17 at Kimbro Kas Crne in Turnau and Patton Barracks in Heidelberg it was announced bythe army special services Agency 120 Usa eur officials from Italy Belgium and Ger Many Are expected to attend the clinics to learn modern softball officiating techniques. Us a eur softball arbiters work games for some 1,750 company level teams numbering some25,000 off duty players. Iassogna will stress such important safety elements As proper playing facilities use of modern equipment ground rules and the importance of physical conditioning for soft Ball men in leading exponent of the american born sport now played in 20 countries Iassogna is a familiar figure at world softball competitions the popular Connecticut Yankee official being named the tournament s out standing Umpire in four consecutive world championships. Commissioner of softball for Lis Home state of Connecticu trom 1962 to 1964, the Bridigo Ort play caller also work Many of the Ivy league s top basketball and baseball head Lipi to. He currently holds membership in the Amateur softball association of the americas International federation of As umpires collegiate basketball officials association and inter National association of approved basketball officials. A member of the . Marin corps during the second world War Iassogna played proves Ordan or. Wins bout Paris a Marcel cerdanjr., son of the late middleweight world Champion monday night Defeated French welterweight Champion Francois Pavilla on Points. The crowd booed the decision which did not involve a title. 3 Spain Morocco Bowling events captured by Petti Madrid special Doug Petti of Moron captured three events Here in the 1968 Spain Morocco Bowling championships Petti won the singles title with 1,215 pins and the All events with 3,532. He and teammate Norm Theriault took the doubles Crown with 3,374.rota won team honors wit 6,444.Petti, Theriault Max Burke and Jim Finnoy of Rota Bob Josefowicz of Torr Jon and Dave Losk of Moron were named tothe Spain Morocco team in the Safe championships scheduled May 5-8 at Rhein main Germany. Bernard Iassogna. On the podium clonal class a baseball with Topeka of the Western league. To has conducted numerous softball officiating clinics for the . Forces in Europe. The May 6-10 clinic will boosted by South Bavaria do tact and the . Army school Kun rope in Turnau. Usa eur and seventh army troops will sew1as Host for the May 13-17 clinic in Ronnel attend ing the clinics will to require to successfully pass a written examination on rules and participate in actual play situations before qualifying for provisional membership in the Usah kult athletic officials association

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