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European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Sep 15 1978, Page 25

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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - September 15, 1978, Darmstadt, HessePage 26 the stars and stripes Friday september 15, 1978 Walton blasted Coger waged very dirty Campaign. To discredit me says physician Portland Ore. Up Portland Trail Blazer physician or. Robert Cook tuesday night accused Bill Walton and his associates of a very dirty Campaign involving innuendos and half truths to Dis credit me and other persons in the Trail Blazer Cook went on Portland radio Kyxie and followed that interview with an appearance on television station a pts to explain his Side of the Walton controversy in which the 6-foot-ll most valuable player in the National basketball association asked to be traded from the Portland team because of medical practices of the club. Cook Friend As Well As physician to Wal ton for nearly All the four years Walton has been in Portland said he could not explain the 180-degree turn Bill has made with re lation to Cook said he was speaking out now to answer charges and innuendo by Walton in a similar broadcast Friday night. Bill throughout his life has been Insu lated from the consequences of his behave of nov for West Germany viewers saturday sept. 16 11 35 football league highlights 77 Dallas 12 00 football league Cleveland is. New eng land 2 35 football 78 . 17 1 40 football league highlights 77 Denver 2 05 from the olympic 2 55 show 9 00 satellite football nil Dallas at los Angeles for Berlin viewers saturday sept. 16 12 35 from the olympic 1 25 Hod Rod association 1978 Gator National 2 15 football league highlights 1977 Dallas 2 40 football league new England is. Cleve land . 17 3 05 football league highlights 77 Denver 3 30 football 1978 4 25 Boston is. California 9 00 satellite football nil Dallas at los Angeles for Bremerhaven viewers 11 55 fights of the Cen Tury 12 05 from the olympic 12 55 fights of the Cen tury1 05 shows no. 1 1 35 Cincinnati is. Chicago 4 20 team Tennis . 17 1 15 football league highlights 77 Minnesota 1 50 football league Oakland is. San Francisco 4 35 football league highlights 77 Oakland for and he has elected for a totally unacceptable alternative and that is to engage with his associate in a rather Clandestine and very dirty Campaign to discredit a lot of people myself included Cook said. Cook identified the associates As Jack Scott Walton s Friend and until last week his agent and John Bassett a Portland at Torney. In efforts to effect a Trade of Wal ton Scott and Bassett have been critical of Blazer medical practices. Cook also revealed that he met with Wal ton twice after the Center asked Blazer owner Larry Weinberg to Trade him aug. 1 but he said those meetings were terse and we found nothing to explore. Four weeks ago Bill agreed to discuss things that were bothering him in detail but then he called Back about an hour later and said he had changed his the team physician responding to innuendo about the status of Walton s health said he found no reason in his four years of treating Walton to believe the Center had Brittle asked if he thought Wal ton had Brittle Bones Cook responded no nor did i Ever find evidence of a Bone As for pain killing injections such As the one Walton took prior to the second game of the Aba quarterfinal playoff series against Seattle in april he said Walton was euphoric about the Relief he Felt from pain in his injured left foot after Tak ing a shot earlier in the Day to see what Type of reaction he would have. Cook said the shot before the game was made to the outside of the injured left foot to an area no bigger than a Quarter. Bill noticed pain however and came out of the game before the half. We took him to a Portland Hospital for a rays and discovered he had a broken Bone in the foot Cook said. However the Bone that was broken was on the right Side of the foot or opposite from the area where he took the pain killing injection. Bill and i discussed thoroughly All the risks involved in every shot he Ever took As a the team physician explained that Wal ton came into the Aba knowing he had a High predisposition to injury. Cook pointed out Walton was Able to play Only 2va of the four seasons he has been a professional with More injuries than Normal for a cent or in the Aba. Cook refused to discuss injuries to other Trail blazers felled in the Home stretch of the regular season such As forwards Bob by Gross Maurice Lucas and Lloyd Neale saying those were specific matters and none of those players had raised Public questions about their treatment As Walton had. Trainer Ron Culp also appeared on the program. He said this whole thing half truths innuendoes about Blazer medi Cal practices has been incredulous. The things they have said about me have been patently untrue and As for re-1 ports that drugs were readily available to Blazer athletes in the training room be cause the medical Cabinet was open and unlocked is not Eucola women s Golf tournament Barfield j 70 wins championship Wiesbaden Wiesbaden s Bernita Barfield toured the rugged Rheinbeck Golf course in 86 thursday to win the two Day Neucom women s Golf tournament with a Gross of the Field score of 170. Barfield beat out Ramstein s Piggy Dju Ren by 10 strokes. Djuren was Only one stroke off the Pace after the first Day s action but she soared to a 95 on the final 18 holes for a 180 Gross score. Barfield also won the closest to the pin and the longest drive Competition. Ramstein s Mary fed Rickson proved to be the Best Putter in the tournament needing Only 64 for the 36 holes. Djuren s 180 was Good enough to win her the championship flight Low Gross trophy. Heidelberg s Shirley Elliff took Champion sip flight Low net laurels with a 145 score and Ramstein s Lona Proctor was second with 150. Marlene Reinke of Hahn captured the first flight Low Gross trophy with a two Day total of 189, two strokes ahead of Low net Winner Gloria Donovan. Ramstein s Dono Van had a 147 net which was one stroke better than the score Heidelberg s Joyce Norris posted. Norris finished third in the two 300, three 299 games topped 1977-1978 Abc wisc Campaign Schwet Zingen Germany two 300 games and three 299s highlighted the 1977 1978 american Bowling Congress women s International Bowling Congress season according to a list of awards released Here by european Abc wisc director Jim Moynihan. Keith Westby of Heidelberg now stationed at shape and Bill Smith of Mann Heim rolled the perfect games on March 29 and june 12,1978, respectively. Don Brown of Worms fired the season s first 299 in september of 1977, and 1978 masters Cham Pion Lee Brosius of Wiesbaden and Larry Barker of Ramstein followed suit last May. Barker s 299 came in the european Abc masters All Star tournament at Ramstein in May. Other awards for the 1977-78 season aug. 1,1977-july31,1978 11-Strjkes-in-a-Row Ron Osumi Pir Masens and Mike hindi Giessen High series Lee Brosius Wiesbaden 279-193-299771 record 782, Larry Wallace Span Dahlem May 1977. Wisc High game Anni Kypta Frankfurt 277 re Cord 300, Karen Spero Aviano and Rosia Mcvea Stuttgart 1976 wisc High series 1. Jane Shortt Darmstadt 246-212 210668 2. Beverly Willett Munich 216-220-228664 re Cord 684, Norma White Augsburg 1976 special awards 700 series Abc Only Triplicate 165 Abc Century 100 pins Over average .54 Abc big 4 split 4-6-7-10 48 Abc 7-10split 53 Abc All spare game wisc Only dutch 200 wisc Only 36 321 wisc 229 wisc 16 wisc 13wibc 72 3 flight Gross action with a 192 score. Ramstein golfers dominated the second flight. Rosemarie Mura took Low Gross honors with a 208 total. Mary Goldfein won Low net laurels with a 160, beating out mar got Conn who also finished second in the Gross Competition by two shots. In third flight play Ramstein s Marty i Boyd captured the Gross title with a 229 Tot i Al. Wiesbaden s Miriam Becker took the Low net prize with a 152 score and Stuttgart s Renate Ward was second with a 163. Heidelberg beat out Wiesbaden by one stroke to in the Neucom Low net team title. Elliff Norris and Ann Mccluskey combined or a net 457 total. Championship flight Bernita Barfield Wiesbaden 84-86-170 Piggy Djuren Ramstein 85-95180 Lona Proctor Ramstein 90-92182 Shirley Eliff Heidelberg 91-92-183 Elsie Nadler Ramstein 98-86-184 first flight Marlene Reinke Hahn 96-93 1b9 Gloria Donovan Ramstein 95-96191 Joyce Norris Heidelberg 95-97-192 j second flight Rosemarie Mura Ramstein 105-103208 Margo Conn Ramstein 106-108-214 Loi Mcnichols Ramstein 107-113-220 third flight maty Boyd Ramstein 116-113-229 Miriam Becker Wiesbaden 112-120-232 Renate Ward Stuttgart 124-11q9-2 24 Lakenheath 21 Alconbury in sep 23at Ben Waters sep 30 at Chicksands oct 15 Lakenheath oct 21at Alconbury oct 29at upper Heyford nov 4bentwaters nov 11chicksands nov 18upper Heyford upper Heyford 7 Rhein main x 9 Ben Waters sep 23alconbury oct 1 at Laken Zeaui oct 7chicksands oct 14bentwaters oct 22-at Chicksands oct 29mildenhall nov 5at Alconbury novel Lakenheath nov 18-at Mildenhall a exhibition

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