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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - May 2, 1968, Darmstadt, HesseThur Hay May 2, i960 the stars and stripes Page 21 Sembach has new manager team tigers May Surprise in Csc race this is he first in a series of stories on baseball earns in he i Sake Germany conf Renee by Don Saue staff writer Sembach Germany is som Buch s tigers with a new manager and an almost entirely new learn Hope to make a fresh Start in 1068 after a disastrous1-28 record last season in Ger Many conference Best thing we inherited was last year s record manag Rcharles Berkeley noted. No one remembers us As very one expects much from us but we Hope to Surprise a the tigers have Only one returnee who started in 1967, and around him Berkeley Hopes to build a Mound staff which will Spur the tigers Steve Hinsey came to skin Bash for the last half of1967 and posted three of the club s four victories one a six hit shut out against third place Hahn. He s reputedly a hard-throwing6-1, 190-Pounder, with a Good curve and Slider As for the no. 2 starting position Are right hander Ray pie Rand lefty Delonza Hicks. Pier has a Good sinker fair Speed an keeps the Ball Low. Hicks relics on changing speeds has fail control and a fair curve. Also available is Hal Brunstad a big Strong Lethander who will be the regular Tiger first base Man who will on occasion Lake a turn on the the bullpen is right hander Jim Proctor who also doubles As the pitching coach. Proctor a smart hurler will reused in Short Relief and probably will play Outfield when not on the Mound As he s regarded As a Good hitter. Third baseman Den a righthand cd fast May be called upon is easter Bailer also in Relief. Right now catching is one of Berkeley s big headaches but he Hopes to remedy the ailment if last year s backs lopper Cecil Sizemore can be induced to com out for the team. Sizemore has a Strong and in a Pinch can pitch or play third base. Behind Sizemore is Larry Register who right now is the no. 1 catching candidate but whose tremendous Speed the Tiger Pilot rather use in the Oul Field. Brunstad and shortstop Dave Jennings both sex collegians key the Sembach infield. Brunstad an sex Washington Stater whose club played in the 1965 Colleg world series is a 6-3, 210-Pound left handed Power hitter. Jennings who hails from Ole miss has a Strong Good range1and hits the Ball welf enough to figure As Berkeley s cleanup hit Ler. Easier is a switch Hitler tick eted for the no. 2 spot in the order. Second base is another prob-i1cm, Berkeley admits. Right i now its strictly a tossup betwee James Geramita who wields the Good Glove and Sam Loddy the better hitter. The Outfield figures to be on of the tigers better spots with plenty of Speed available. Right now Jay Van Winkle is the tigers Cen Lefielder showing Good Speed and a Strong . Later on Otis Johnson who broke a thumb against Bent Waters earlier in the year and will be out at least three weeks j is expected to move Back int Center. He has run a 9.7 100 Yards. Flops fielder Ameling win doubles title in Csc meet Edson Bosh a 6-3. 225 defensive end on the Sembach football learn also figures in the he never player baseball before entering the service he Svery Well regarded by his Tiger Bosses and reputedly hits the longest Ball on the team. Sembach has been handicapped in preparing for the 1968 Loop season because of renovation lots Field which began about the time he team began Only real practice the team has had came in England during an eight Day trip which was marred by several games being called off due to a series of alerts at . tigers because of their late training Start May be a bit slow on the Start but Berkeley promises his Kittens will show their claws before Long. Tomorrow the r s i e i Grams Garmisch Germany Spe Cial Ken fielder and Joe ame Ling of Hof won the men s Dou Bles title with a 2,294 total Here tuesday in the us ape Continental sports conference Bowling tournament. In women s Competition wies Baden couples took uie first three places with Sharon Busch Annand Bettye Mcphail leading the sweep with a 963 , James Kahl took Over the Lead in men s All events with 2,303 pins two better than Rhein main s Don Kessenger a member of Vicenza s second place double steam rolled a 268 for the highest game so far in men s Competition. Dewey Pittman of wies Baden had a 638 for the highest series. Whelus Alma Fleming maintained her Lead in women s All events with a 981. She also haste top game 212 and series 517. Ring ratings place Frazier Over Ellis As no. 1 contender new York a despite Jimmy Ellis Victory Over Jerry Quarry for the world boxing association s heavyweight title ring Magazine rated in defeat led Joe Frazier As the no. 1 heavyweight contender recognizes Cassius Clay As heavyweight Champion. In the latest rankings ring ranked the heavyweight con tenders in the following order 1. Frazier 2. Ellis Louisville by. 3. Quarry Lovs Angeles 4. Manuel Ramos Mexico 5. Oscar Bonavena Argentina 6. Thad Spencer san Francisco 7. Eduardo Corletti England 8, Floyd Patterson new York 9. Boone Kirkman Seattle 10. Henry Clark san Francisco. Karl Mildenberger of Ger Many and Buster Mathis of Rand rapids mich., were dropped from the top 10 and re placed by Kirkman and Clark. Monthly rankings Henvy Weloth i Imp Lon cd Maui Clay Houston to. Frazier pm shul Lulu. 2, Jimmy Iti. by. 3. Jerry Quarry ism a Vikt k b. 4, Manuel Samoa Mexico. 8. On a Bonavena Argentina. 8, Thad by inc jars a Francisco. 7, kid Ordo Corletto of i land. 8, Floyd Patterson new York. Iione Kirkman Seattle. Wash. 10, i i y Clark. San Krai Cuco. Iti Pion Dick Tiger Bla fru. 1, Harold Johnson Philadelphia. A i k Teaman Houston Tex. 0, i tour up i a Anaconda Mont. 10, Bernard the hit. Franco. Middleweight Ini Ion Nino Beu Evenuel Italy. 1, rec irl Imti new York. 2. Luu Kodrle Sini i r " be in 3. Sandro a i to Italy 4, to boo Klin Korea. 5, i11" Mill mar a at Jordan Utah. 6. Ferd Ile la Vega. Nev. 7. Juan cur-1 Iii in Lucy. By in bogs Denmark. Idiu Little new Orleans. 10, Obi Suhail in Philadelphia. Welterweight Champion Curtis cokes Dallas 1. Jose Napolea Mexico. 2, Ernie , Las ve-ka.�, Niv. 3. Percy Pugh new Orleans 4. Raul Soriano Mexico. 5, carmelo Bossy Italy. 6, Willie Lulck South Africa. 7, Joe Shaw new York. 8, Manuel Gonzalez Odessa Tex 9, Joan jots Rutn France 10, Stan Hayward. Dil Ladelphia. Junior welterweight Champion Paul Fuji Honolulu und Tokyo. 1, Johann Ersoll Cal Austria. 2, Nicolono Loche Argentina s. Kodelko Val Dix Colombia. 4, Marcel Cordan france.5, Eddie per Kunh Chicago. 0, a Lull qua Tuor Germany. 7, some Rita Spain.8, Barrera , Spain. 9. Adolph pin let St. I oils. 10. Hunaldo Victoria plots Flold mas., Carlos ortl/., now York. 1. Carlos tvo Cruz dominican republic.2. Lamat l Liu my Panama. 3, Pedro car Rasooz Spain. 4, borne Krch Denmark.5, Frankie Narvarz puerto mice a. Ken Buchanan Scotland. 7, lloy i Marshall Newark . 8, Pedro adige Philip Pines. Curios Aro Argentina. 10, Alhi a Someya Japan. Junior Hiroshi Kobayashi. . 1. Julio Lukra Spain. 2, Henr , 3, Yoke Lake Juniata Japan. 4, Carlos Canete Argentina it Maialoha mos. In Angeles. 0, Maricih Anderson Lou Uville by. 7, Kang Busti ii Korea. 8,kid Tano Spain. 9, Jaime Vall Adnrus Ecuador. 10, Kuben naval to los angled. Featherweight title vacant. 1, Howard win Stone Wales. 2, Hobby Valdez 8�n Diego cal.3, Johnny Fame Hon Australia. 4, haul , san Pedro. Calif 6, a Wight Haw Kins Anji Eles. 0, Joso Jimenez mexi co. 7, Ray Kali Avarala san Jose Calif. 8, Frankle thru word i an it Ruben us Lvarez mexi co. 7. Franco Zurlo Ita y. 8, Hernardo Caravallo. Colombia. 8, Salvatore hurry no Italy. 10, Karu Yosl kana/.a\va, Japan. Flyweight Champion Chart Chat chlo nol Thailand. 1, Raton Molca Nicaragua. 2, Octavio Numez Mexico. 8, John Mealii Hucy Scot land. 4, Hiroyuki till Ira Jainti. To Hor tulo accavallo Argentina. 0, Efren Torres. Mexico. 7. Jerual Villa Tamiki Philippines. 8, Walter my Rowau. Tii of land. A Fernando at Orl Italy. 10, \ i i ii rail. Singles Competition was scheduled to wind up the three Day tournament wednesday night. Men s doubles1ken fielder Joe Melink Hof 2,2?4 2 John Kes Sonner David la Chance a Cenea a.249 3mike Stevenson de Murphy. Seth and 2.245 4paul Ley Dick Britain Oslo 2,239 5edwin Hein Frank Kula Wiesbaden. 2.130. Men s All events leaders1. Jiung Kahl Stuttgart 2,303 2. Don Brinkman. Rhein Muin 2.15013. Paul Walter Brindle 2.271 4. Don How Lon Span Dahlem. 2.2tio5. Bob English Hahn 2,257 6. Claude Steven Ramst in 2.2417. Fred Lewis Ramstein 2.1s7 Ken fielder Hof 2,1�7 9. Norm Patasky. Bit Burc 2,19410. David Paulton. Rhein main 2,184 11. Bob Swinford Valano 2,18312. Gary lock like Hof 2.1.s2 Mike Carriker Blob org 2.18214. Joe Hoyt. Sembach 2,178 women s doubles1sharon Buschmann Bettyo Mcphail Wiesbaden 063 2pattie lec Vera , 94h 3judith Vermilya soil rely Johnson , 4liza Wayne Alma Flem nor. Wheelus 871 5barbara Robbonette Gwen Clarke Rani Stein 607. Women s All events leaders1. Alma Fleming. Wheel a ssi 2. 7.elma Reno 93f 3. Soil rely Johnson Wiesbaden. 922 Al. Pattie 916 4 2-game series open com z Loop May 18-19 it. Bouye Mcphail Wiesbaden i Gwen Clarke Ramsten if. Sharon . Wie Badin. Judi i Venn Ilya Wiesbaden 1. Peg Milroy Torrejon Cleda Loper Ramstein g2 s0412. Lira Wayne wheel a 803111.11. Dori Thornton. Torrejon 8j�6sfll s81 Wilson helps yanks earn second Victory Heidelberg special George Wilson s 10 Points sparked the Heidelberg Ameri can Rugby Toam to a 19-11 Vic tory Over Heidelberg s rude Rugby club Here. Wilson scored All 10 Points inthe second half dominated by the americans who led 6-3 at intermission. Wilson tallied on a three Point try two conversion kicks Worth two Points each and one three Point penalty plunged in for the american s first try and a 3-0lead, and later in the first half Jim Morgan scored a try to break a 3-3 deadlock. Bob Epstein s Fine hooking and aggressive scrum tactics helped the americans win their second game against Throe losses in league play. Bengals is. Bills Cincinnati up the Cincinnati bengals announced Here i they have scheduled a pro season game with the Buffalo Bills an. American football league rival at Nippon stadium Here aug. 17. Munich special the nine team com z baseball league swings into action May 18-19 wit four two game series at Stutt Gart Berlin Kaiserslautern Endzwe Bruecken. Giessen visits the 3rd support brigade at Robinson Barracks in Stuttgart Karlsruhe is at Ber Lin s sports Center Field the 2nd support brigade invade palatinate District s Vogel Weh Field at Kaiserslautern. Andt aunus District travels to Wei Bruecken for a Turenne Caser pair in the four opening series. The 16-game schedule will con clude the nine week schedule july 20-21, with each team get Ting a weekend Bye. July 27-28 is set aside for a possible play off to determine first and second place while aug. 3-4 is Reserve for a playoff to determine the com z representative in the us a eur championships. The schedule May 18-19giefisen at 3rd support by Isarie Robin son Barracks at Berlin sport Center Field. 2nd support brigade at a it Nate District Vogel Weh Field. ?. Taurus District at Zwi Bruc Ken Turenne Cavern. Mannheim Bye. 25-26 Berlin at Mannon in. Kafi real District at of Teri depot Field. We Bruecken at Kar i on brigade Bye. June 1-2 3rd Sun Ort brigade at p Itzale District Vokel tii fiend. i ii in. Mannheim at we Bruecken. Turenne Ca Soi n. Giessen at Taurus t. D r k Field Kran fun. Karlsruhe at 2nd sunt he i i Pio Neer Casein . Berlin Bye. June 8-9 Zweil Kruecken at Bari n. Is \ is � Norfield. = District at 3rd Spix. E .,-.lja to n i i District Bye. June 1&-16pi.-Itir-Ite District at t3.ur.u-= d to. cd words Field. F rank u 2r.i\ sum dirt by i a. For Ori ii in Harriau. 3S nil it brigade it i at Oie scr c june 22-232nd s App it Krig Sije a ?." to Rynn Cavern. Karlsruhe at a " ? act a Field . Gles. N at 3or n. Starts to f Mannheim at 3rii k. P. Irson Barracks Stur part District Bye. June 29-30karl.sruhe at = . R Field. at . A i. I Ila Minaie District at -.1 snorts Field. Berlin it 3rd or a flirt Eri Uii or. On Barracks Stuttgart id suf i Orl brigade Bye. July 6.7open Date for make up . July 13.14giessen at 2nd support . a Kern Hanau. Taurus District at in Nhem k f".--. Shirts Field. 3rd support brigade at to Turenne Cavern. Palatinate District at Btu a s r o r t Center Field. Karlsruhe Bye. July 20-21mannheim at . A. .1 sera2nd support brigade to 3rd re brigade. Robinson Barrack Sti t Roberlin at District or i eed warily Field Frankfurt. We Bruecken at p 11, Voi Jelweh Field. K i., a Lessen Bye. July 27-28p�yoff in the event of a tur second place. August 3-4, 10-11pj.iyoff for Cin z rep -.,x e in i s m1ecr c a Union hips. Peiin Cre ass in in Blackwell cup Philadelphia up University o f Pennsylvania Crews scored a swoop in the37th annual Blackwell Cupi regatta on the Schuylkill River Here taking All Throe races by wide margins As More than10,000 turned out for the annual Skimmer Day was the second straight Wook that Ponn crows made swoop repeating last week s victories in the child s cup regatta. Yale was second in All thro Eraces Here. 2 major league tilts Aba Derby on an Frankfurt special the sixth game of the National basketball association final playoff two major league games and the Kentucky Derby Are All on tap for a Busy sports weekend on the e r i c a forces network. Early Birds can Caich the sixth game of the b o s t o u celtic los Angeles Laker a bakeries at 4 . Friday from los at 9 05 p.m., it s the Oakland athletics at bos ton in the american league followed by the k e n t u e k Derby. Sunday at 9 05 p.m., the Pittsburgh at Philadelphia National league contest on tap

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