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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - September 3, 1968, Darmstadt, HessePage 18 the stars and stripes Tom May a pub a 3, 1968 Hickcox wins again in olympic swim trials Long Beach Calif a Indiana University s Charlie Hickcox won his third race landmark Spitz of Santa Clara Cal if., took his second title sunday night in the . Men s olympic swimming , who established world records on Friday an saturday nights in two individual Medley races won the 106-meter backstroke this time in 09.7 seconds at the Belmont pea a Pool and said he s looking Forward to meeting East Ger Many s world record Holder Rol Ian Mathes 58.4. At the olym pics in Mexico City next month. Spits 18, rallied in the final 50meters to beat John Ferrii of Carmichael Calif., lit the 100-meter Butterfly. Spitz was clocked in 1 05.84and Ferris in 2 06.17. Fit Canada Carol wins by 9 shots Calgary Canada a Carol Mann won the $15.000 Willow Park ladies invitational open Golf tournament sunday with a final round score of 69 for a 54-Hole total of 205, eight under Mann s nine shot Victory netted $2.250 and pushed her total earnings to a record $44,934. In a four Way tie for second place were Pam Barnett of Menomonee Falls wis., Shirle Engelhorn of Caldwell Idaho. Beth Stone of North key Largo Fla. And Kathy Whitworth of Dallas Tex. Each had total scores of 214 and won $1,325. For miss Mann who was Al ways scrambling through the first nine holes it was he eighth tournament Victory this year. She shot an even Par 36 on the front nine and on the Back nine was two under with a they finished Carol Mann 68-68-00205 Para Barnett 72-68-74214kathy Whitworth 70-7j-71214 Beth Stone 75-71-70214shirley eng Lelborn tl-70-73214 Sharon killer 00-70-7721csandra Spuzich 73-68-742u Murle Lindstrom 71-74-73217judy Kimball 72-73-73318 Peggy Wilson 71-73-70 220betsy Rawls 71-73-78220 Sandra Palmer 73-70-77220 Joann Prentice 78-60-7622gerda Whalen 72-71-70222 Candy Phillips 75-74-73222sybil Griffin 74-73-75222 Sandra Post 73-73-78222betsy Cullen 74-73-75222 Kathy cornelius78-72-30226donuu 73-74-78226mary Mills. 77-74-75 22t slut Ron Moran. 77-76-74227jan ferraris. 77-74-78227 Gloria Wilcox. 72-77-78227j Anc Wood Worth 73-78-79 23 Gail Davis. 73-77-8123kathy Farrer. 73-75-84 232 Marilyn lurch. 72-80-8023mary Lou Daniel. 78-76-79231 Amy Amizith. 77-78-79 23tjackie Tung. 79-74-83231 a Barbara Turnbull. 78-77-82237 Cynthia sul Vuu 81-79 to 23 Van Duyne captures sail trials san Diego a Carl Vanduyne of Short Hills ., won the olympic finn class sailing trials series sunday to become the . Representative to the Mexico City olympics. A Hough Van Duyne placed Only ninth in sunday s seventh and last race of the series iwas All he needed the race was a by an Schoettle of Minneapolis Fol Lowed in order by Dan Hurley Omilburn ., and Tonry Sprague of Newport Beach Calif. Van Duyne won the series with a final score of 21.7 Pena it Points. He was followed by Bobby Doyle of Marble head mass., with 33.7 Points ands Trague 53-8 Points. Doyle finished 10th in sunday s the series seven races Van Duyne finished first first see v third fifth second Anc ninth. Player advantage to 2 in i Bird Clifton , a Gar player just Here for a Warmup shot a third round 70, two underpay and established a two stroke Lead Over Rookie Bob Murphy sunday in the third round of the $150,000 Thunder Bird Golf classic. Player had a total of 207 after three trips Over the 7,035-Yard, Par-72 upper Montclair country club course. Murphy with a third round 71, was second at209. Horaeio Blancas with a 69,was alone in third place with a 210. Tied at 211 were big Bob Lunn 68, and australian Bruce Crampton who had a 73.player, a muscular Little South african who had played competitively since win Ning his second British open championship said he d Cometo this tourney just to get in some practice for the world series of Golf. Gary played extremely Well 2l� Charlie Safford. 74-74-71 210 Dave out Lia. 76-70-73210johnny Pott. 71-77-t1 210 Phil Rodgers. ,73-n-7ft 81� Lee elder. 70-70-70320bob Dickson 79-74-73230 oar Duer Dickinson 78-71-74220dean Refrano 71-75-74230 Jack a Chowan 78-72-72220art Wall 79-71-70--wo Tom Shaw 74-74-73-Ttocruli Shankland 74-74-70220 Jerry Abbott 70-73-76221kel it tale 74-71-70-821 Jerry Mckee 74-70-77-221dave Bichelberger 77-00-7&3� Cliff Brown 74-73-70-Ttljack Montgomery t1-7v-t4821 Bui Collins 7a-7�-743m Coble a Range t37&-74-21tom Joyc 78-om4ml Jim Fer for 7b-73-7�-Ttljim Kins 7-7s-t4� Wayne Yaw 78-75-74822stove Spray 76-72-74-2w Ken su11 t-7v70-8aroy Page 74-74-7u�3 Bort Weaver to-78-tt223jim Grant 73-70-75 229 Frank be re 71-78-77234john Velus it to so Chuck Courtney t8-73-8i- in on the de Rita session of hese five Day trials Spitz had bettered the world s record for the Ito Raeter Butterfly Brian Job a la year old Santi Mclaran became the youngest member of the men s swimming squad s6 far when he won the 200-m e t e r breaststroke2 28.95. Unlike the first two Days an nights of racing when four world s records were set no standards fell sunday night. Ronnie Mills 17, of for Worth Tex., who swims with the Burford club of arlingtontex., took second in the Back stroke at 1 00.3.third place went to another 17-year-old, Larry bar Hie re of Medford Lake. N.j., a member of Philadelphia s Vesper Boa club team. Veteran Carl Robie of the suburban swim club of Newton Square. Pa., took third in the Butterfly at 2 01.27. Trailing Job and winning his second spot on the squad was Ken Merten of los Angeles at2 29.97. Third in the breast stroke was Phil Long of the suburban club. Hickcox was to try for a fourth Victory in the 200-meter Back stroke the 400-meter individual Medley the Star from 6-foot-3vaphoenix, aquatic 4 minutes 39 seconds for his first world record an came Back with 2 10.6 for another in the Medley at 200 meters. Won t bother anyone Hickcox after saying he wanted a shot at Mathes said Altitude for the 100 won t bother anyone at Mexico asked if his world record washes biggest thrill in swimming the 21-year-old pre Law student replied times Don t make any difference As Long As you make the one who missed was 27-year-old Chet Jastremsky . Record Holder in the 200 breast stroke at 2 28.2. He finished fifth in the finals this time at2 31.78 after representing the United states in both the i960and 1964 olympic games. Electronic times were kept on the Butterfly and breaststroke races but in the backstroke be cause three swimmers did t touch the plate shutting off the timer at the end of the race the Stopwatch times were used. Long Brach Calif. Aple of sunday neg he s final to. . Mon m olympic swimming trials 100-meter backstroke 1, Charlyn i k Cox Blooml Miklon ind., 60.7. 2. Kutucu Omilla Arlington Tex. 1 00.3. 3. Lawn Ruo Bur Blure. Medford Lake ., 1 00.7. 4.kay ulv Cro Santa Clara oallf., l i s. 8. Lie Mitch Ivey Santa Clarn my Jackson Horsley Seattle. Wtuh., into. 200-meter Bre Mutro 1, Braun Santa Clara 2, Kenneth met anger i. 4 20.07. A Phillip lung Newton Square a � 30.b7. 4, . Bloomington lad s s1.7u. �. Chet Jaatun Ihrl Bloomington. " 2 31.78. 0, Wayne Ander on. Santa cum. 2 . 300-meter Butterfly 1, Mark by Ltd Unta Clara 3 00.84, 2. John Sferru. Crim Chael Cal thu 3, Carl Roble nor too sure. Pa., 8 06.27. 4, re . N.j., 9i08.m. 5, Michael a too Sacramento. Oallf., 3 08.56,i Houser Loa Ogelee 8 ,98.09, 30,904 see soccer in by new York a Santos of Brazil rallied from a two goal deficit to tie Benicia of Portu Gal 3-3 in an exhibition soccer game played be Ore 90,904 a Yankee stadium sunday. Cossey cops Stock drag Indianapolis ind. A Wiley Cossey of Pomona Calif., powered his 1968 Barracuda a v a " a 13 i w�i/m9� ih/m4 i h4j 4.vvv to a vow Atlanta Friday in Washington i through the timing traps in 12.30 seconds to Cap the chiefs Are scheduled to Ture the super Stock trophy in the National drag play three More games and racing championships sunday. Ronnie sox Burl could claim the title with any in ton nc., the favorite accelerated before the combination of 11 Points. 1 Green Light flashed and fouled at the starting line. Winner in the a modified production class was Joe Teuton or. Of Houma. La., who piloted a l�7 Chevrolet to an elapsed time of 11-80 seconds Amia Speed of 128,02 . The super Stock Elimina Tor trophy was captured by Dave Lyall of Lincoln Park mich., who posted an elapsed time of 12 12 seconds in a 1968 Ford

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