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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - February 14, 1972, High Point, North Carolina Story Book finish highlights Winter games Sapporo Japan a the Lith Winter olympic games now belong to history and the record books following a finish that was strictly Story Book. The to Days of Competition ended sunday with the United states ice hockey team which almost did no to qualify for medal Competition winning a Silver and a Spanish skier winning a Gold the first medal of any kind his country has earned in Winter olympics history. Francisco Fernandez Ochoa a Gold medal in the men s special slalom race and the . Hockey teams Silver which became reality when the soviet Union beat Czechoslovakia wrote an end to the games which were pocked by controversy away from the athletic venues and by surprises at them. A we should drop the Winter games they Are not Universal and they Foster professionalism especially in skiing a Avery Brundage president of the International olympic committee said sunday. Brundage figured prominently in the games major controversy which erupted three Days before the Start of Competition when the Ioc banned austrian Alpine skiing Ace Karl Schranz from Competition because of commercialism. Skiing also figured prominently in surprises produced by the Competition. Besides Fernandez Ochoa a upset in the men s special slalom 17-year-old Marie Therese Nadig of Switzerland won the women a downhill and giant Sla of both times edging world Champion Annemarie Proell of Austria and Barbara Cochran of Richmond vt., won the women a special slalom. The Stiver medal by the . Hockey team was the Only medal won by the american men in what was their worst Winter olympic showing Ever. The Young and eager . Squad had to beat Switzerland before the olympics officially opened to qualify for group a and a Chance at a medal. Once in group a the americans went on to upset Czechoslovakia beat Finland saturday and ended with a 3-2 record and six Points. Then the americans sat Back and waited for what goalie Michael Curran called a a Story Book and what coach Murray Williamson termed the . Team was assured of at least a Bronze medal when Finland upset Sweden 4-3 sunday. It then got the Silver and the first medal in hockey since the Surprise Gold in 1960. When the soviet Union beat Czechoslovakia 5-2 for the title. Joining Barbara Cochran in a face saving performance by . Women were Gold medal its Dianne Holum and Anne Henning two Speed skating whizzes from Northbrook. 111. Miss Holum the teen age Darling of the 1968 . Team when she won a Silver and Bronze won her Gold in the i 510 meters and added a Silver in the 3,000 meters. The 16-year-old miss Henning zipped to her Gold in the 500 meters and got the Bronze in the 1.000 meters. The three golds were the most won by the United states in the Winter olympics since they won three in 1960 the . Athletes could Only bring Home one Gold each in the 1964 and 1968 games. And miss Cochrane a Gold was the first for the United states in olympic Alpine skiing since Andrea Meade Lawrence won the giant and special slalom in 1952. . Men have never won an olympic Alpine Gold. Other . Medal winners Here were Susan Corrock of Ketchum Idaho a Bronze in the women a downhill and Janet Lynn of Rockford. Illa Bronze in women a figure skating. Other highs and lows that marked the Lith games included a three Gold medals by Speed skater Ard Schenk of the Netherlands. A the banishment of West German hockey player Alois Schodel after drug tests showed he had used an illegal drug. A the 1-2-3 finish by the Host japanese in the 70-meter ski jump a the dismal showing by Alpine skiing Powers Austria and France. Neither could win a Gold in skiing and France failed to get a Gold at All. The austrian Gold was won by figure skater Beatrix Shuba a the disappointing showing by . Figure skaters. A the Victory by russian Vyacheslav Vedelin in the menus 30-Kilometer Cross country ski race for the first Gold medal of the games and his tremendous Anchor leg that brought the soviet Union a Gold sunday in the menus 40-Kilome-ter Cross country relay. Panthers play at Pfeiffer by Paul Shinn associate sports editor m i s e n Heimer the landings in the Carolinas on Ferenee tilted a bit against Ligh Point College Over the weekend but the panthers an help themselves a bit this vening when they play Pfeifer in a league game. The 7 30 game will be played in Pfeiffer s new gymnasium making it the first time pc has played Lere. After losing 15-9 in a slow own game at Lenoir Rhine saturday night High Point lipped from fifth to sixth lace in the standings with a �6 record. Newberry which lasted Pfeiffer 94-76 while Ligh Point was losing moved do fifth place with a 5-6 ecord Pfeiffer holds Down the events spot at 4-9 the Eaton have already played High Point once and lost 62-48 in a ame that was slower than it Ras fast although not exactly y design. A Pfeiffer has been playing Etter Ball recently after Anse John tins by began to Rork nto the lineup during the second semester. High Point will again be without play making guard Greg Bennett. Bennett is still n crutches after suffering a trained knee last week. He is have another checkup the fit of this week to see just of much damage was done. Another Panther guard Ommy Gill did not get into amur Day a game because of is shoulder separation. In jct the panthers used Only be playe a against Lenoir Ihryne and the Pace was so Low that the bears did no teed to substitute either. Pfeiffer is not quite the tuning club that or can be so nother Tempo As slow As the is game is not expected either should the game turn Ito a track meet. Anybody who was expecting it make moves in the Statis Cal categories in the con rence in the pc or game an forget about All that. High pint was credited with Only Lur shots three of which Ere Good for the highest floor percentage by far for the Panier in this or any other year. The bears got off to shots and hit six of Tho a. Catawba helped Lenoir thy be take a firmer hold on St place by beating Elon 72-4 on saturday. Elon is in Sec and place with a 10-3 record Catawba has third at 9-4 with Guilford fourth at 7-5. High Point will be Back at ome wednesday night against unc Wilmington. Elsewhere. Lenoir Rhyne so a panthers on 4-b cd standings Lenoir Rhyne Elon Catawba Guilford Newberry High Point Pfeiffer at. Christian presbyterian r Jis Quot Mhz b Mill it Obi m Obi it no hockey title for la. A. Canada Hie him p0im 1m1rprisf. I Sapporo Japan a Somerl in has gone wrong with the world Amateur ice hockey scene. The United states Silver medallist in the Lith Winter olympics which ended Here sunday is not qualified to play in the a Pool of this year s world championships. Canada acknowledged As the leading ice hockey country in the world if neither in the championships nor the olympics. A its crazy a said Hal Trumble. Manager of that . Olympic hockey team a a world championships without Canada or the United states is not a world championships at All it s just a european Touna Mentz the world championships Are scheduled for Prague in Early april they will be con Andy Hampton after Victory he was first at Daytona in arca 300 a wire photo olympic athletes stranded tested by Russia. Czech were told the Caha must go Slovakia Sweden. West Ger through the International Feder Many Finland and Switzerland action to the the americans have to play Canada pulled out of the in the class b Pool starting in w o r i d championships two Bucharest March 25. They must years ago because the huf resin that Pool to get Back into versed a decision to allow a the a Pool of the 1973 world limited number of pros in each championships. National team. Canada has dropped out of Worrall commented a Natu both the world championships rally canadians w Ith All their and the olympics that is be hockey traditions Are not co cause the Canadian Amateur tent to enter a team that does hockey association which not truly represent Canada. Wants to include pros in its a a we have several Hundred tonal team has quarrelled with Canadian pro hockey players the International ice hockey and that Means any strictly federation Amateur team is a Long Way James Worrall. Canadian from the Canadian top bracket. Member of the International a i think Russia and to a olympic committee said he lesser extent Czechoslovakia had done everything he could to and Sweden play hockey of the bring Canada into the olympic Standard of the National Hock hockey tournament. Eve league. They come Here As a we a ried but we always amateurs and the canadians came up against protocol. We Don t come at Mcdaniels awol cougars crumble Yip a Page 3-b monday Fob 14, 1972 Veteran and Hampton runs first at Daytona conf. All w l w l 12 2 18 6 to 3 16 5 9 4 18 6 7 5 13 6 5 6 16 9 4 6 to 12 4 9 to 13 i 8 8 13 0 9 2 18 Daytona Beach Fla. It apr for Andy Hampton who admits he s in the Twilight of his career winning a race at famed Daytona International Speedway a is something your grandchildren can remember after you re gone. Quot it really does t mean that much to me other than showing the younger Drivers that you still have what it takes to win. But it Means a lot to my a a a Myca holding judo classes feel like giving judo a Tumble the High Point Myca has two programs underway one aimed at self defense and the other at the recreational aspect of judo. The self defense program is for adult men and women and will run for to weeks meetings set for tuesday nights Between 6 30 and 8 30. Ints us Tor for the course is George Boisve a judo teacher for 12 years who holds a first degree Black Belt. The recreation segment of the program is open to All Ages. The class will meet on thursday evenings at 6.30 and the program will run to weeks. Instructor is Grady Mcneil a Brown Belt Holder in judo. After completion of the course a judo club will be organized. Enrolment can be made by contacting the Myca. Seven children Back Home a the Pudgy greying 43-year-old campaigner from , kv., said sunday. Hampton who with his four sons operates a soft sell used car business when he in t racing. Had just won the ninth annual arca 300 Stock car race at Daytona a race he dominated like no other d. Her in recent years. He broke away from the other 39 starters with the dropping of the Green Flag and. Except for Brief pit stops was never out of the Lead he paced the Field Tor 104 of the 120 laps Hampton frequently turning the awesome 2.5 mile Trio Val at speeds above 178 Miles per hour averaged 139.175 Mph. For his 300 mile trip an Outing he said was made a just a Little bit Tough by High winds a Iggy Kalona a 56-year-old Veteran from Willis Midi finished second while red Farmer of Hueytown ala., a comparative youngster at 37, was third. Both trailed Hampton by More than five Miles. Dave Sisco of Nashville Tenn and Charles Mcwilliams of Walton by were fourth and fifth respectively far off the Pace. Hampton was paid $4,300. A Small sum As Auto racing purses go these Days but still the biggest on the arca circuit each year. The Money however. Wasny to the big thing for a he Winner. A i have a lot of scattered around the House in a he said a but the one i took for winning at Daytona Back in 1968 has a special place All by itself. This one will go in beside it something for my children and grandchildren to scrap Over when in a the race favored by mild Clear weather Drew 23.500 spectators and most of them were still around when Hampton completed his 2 hour. 9 minute. 20 second chore though it was obvious from the Halfway Point on who the Winner should be. Asked How much longer he expects to race. Hampton smiled and said a Well All you need is a pair of Strong arms. 20-20 vision and enough sense to stay out of trouble. In be still got All three. A anyway every time i win i manage to sell a few More used cars Back Sapporo Japan a a sudden thaw and a blinding snowfall inundated areas of Sapporo monday forcing delays in the departure of athletes heading Home from the 1972 Winter olympics. A it looks like Venice a commented one Westerner eyeing streets covered with foot deep water and dotted with stalled cars. The 11-Day olympics ended sunday. The weather was Good throughout except for an occasional snowstorm which however. Failed to create any major problems officials said it was fortunate that the inclement weather came after the end of the games otherwise it could have created trouble. The warmer temperatures melted huge Mounds of Snow at various olympic Competition Sites. Chitose Airport which services Sapporo and other areas of Northern Japan was closed Down because of poor visibility. A number of teams left the r hostels in buses for the Airport Only to be stranded there because flights could not depart or arrive they included delegates from Austria Czechoslovakia Norway and West Germany. By the associated press Mel Daniels got into action just in time for the Indiana pacers but the Carolina cougars still report no sign of Jim Mcdaniels Daniels who sat out the first three quarters to rest a bruised Heel came on in the fourth period and scored 11 Points to help the pacers to a 35-23 Edge for the period and a 123-110 american basketball association Victory Over Memphis. Meanwhile the cougars who won Friday night after Mcdaniels the 7-foot Rookie. Jumped the club. Were no match for Kentucky and lost to the colonels 121-98 elsewhere. Dallas outlasted new York 123-117 in double so Mcdaniels on 4 b Carolina mpg 191 it a a a to co Are i v j 7 i 4 2 i i isomer 4 4-�?T0 i. I 14 la Jonny on 37 7 2 j 0 s 3 14 l Tiei 1 a a 6 0 7 j 9 4 74 Miller Monn "8 Corker o Arena Mcclom 27 4 7? h 0 7 2 4, i i 0 7 71 i 6 i 9 i 12 la i a 7. 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