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Pacific Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - March 27, 1967, Tokyo, JapanJochem Rindt of Austria far left goes into the first turn of the guards International 100 car race at Snetterton England. Rindt beat out Graham Hill of England. Rindt drove a Repco Brabham co Worth Ford and was timed at 59 minutes 40.6 seconds. A radio photo Grin and Bear it by Lichty you should t have counted on always getting an allowance from the Cia Otis. 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By United feature Syndicate inc. 10 27 39 59 11 28 60 narrow Victory by Rindt Snetterton England up after a thrilling wheel to wheel Chase Over 100 Miles Jochem Rindt of Austria won the guards International 100 automobile race by less than a car length from former world Champion Graham Hill of England. Rindt driving a Repco Brab Ham co Worth Ford and Hill driving a Lotus co Worth Ford could not be separated by the timekeeper at the finish and were Given the same time of 59 min utes 40.6 seconds for the 40-Lap,108.4-mile final Over the 2.71 mile circuit. Their average Speed of 108.99m.p.h. Was nearly six seconds faster than the old outright Lap record. The leaders equalled the l10.6 . Recorded by Scot and s Jackie Stewart in the first icat in a French Matra which was powered by a Ford co Worth engine. Welshman Alun Rees was Thirvin 1 0 23.0 in a car similar to the 26-year-old Rindt Irwin of Britain and Andrew Fletcher also of Britai collided. Irwin 24, was driving a German Bow when he collided with Fletcher s Brabham. His car tipped upside Down and careened off the track on its Back in aloud of smoke. Irwin was dragged from his wrecked car by track marshals and was taken to Hospital by ambulance where it was found he had Burns and cuts on his backhand facial injuries. He was released after treatment. Fletcher was unhurt. The race was the first even for the new 1600c.c. European formula and counted toward the qualifying round of the european and British racing car championship series. Hill who now is on the Lotus Ford Brm team was seventh after two laps but was on Rindt Tail after 10. On the 27th circuit the Lea changed hands and the two aces continued to change the Lead until the penultimate Lap when Hill was ahead. Rindt however nipped head on the Tricky a Bend on the final circuit and kept his nose just ahead to receive the chequered Hulme Repco Brabham co Worth Ford finished fourth in1 0 35.8 Bruce Mclaren Mclaren co Worth Ford 1 0 49.0,was fifth and Jack Brabham Repco Brabham co Worth Ford,1 1 4.0 was sixth. Rindt won the first qualifying heat Over 10 laps in 15 2.8 for an average Speed of 108.06 .,while Hulme took the second in another slalom Victory for Killy Greene prevails Jackson Hole Wyo. Up Jean Claude kill of France came out of the Chute at the opening of the wild West ski classic Here to take another near monotonous Victory but Canada s Nancy Greene kept up the excitement with a Walkaway win Over the French , who has t lost a race in eight tries in the ., came through the Gate studded course in 1 46.69 Totake a Strong Lead in giant slalom combined Competition which was to end with a second run saturday. The 23-year-old super skier said after the race the68 Gates were too Many for a tired skier and we Are All Werner Bleinert of Austria an Jim Heuga of the Were Sec Ond and third with times of 1 47.91and 1 48.14. Miss Greene accredited her win Ning time of 1 24.0 to hold the course through the 51-Gate first run of the women s giant slalom. The course is so Sloppy that if you get off it just a Little bit you re Schin Egger and Traudl Hecher of Austria were secondhand third with times of 1 25.24 and 1 26.34.marielle Gitschel and Annie Vamose of France both ahead of miss Greene in the women s world ski cup Competition mus ski Well in saturday s giant Sla Lom to keep their first and second places ahead of miss Greene. Miss Gitschel who fell and bounced Back up finished seventh in the time of 1 28.09 and miss Famos Ewas fourth with 1 26.37. If miss Greene can hold her Lead to win a combined giant slalom time and if the frenchwoman who both have shown signs of Spring fever fail to place High saturday miss Greene will have a Chance to sneak into the world cup Lead in the final race of the season a slalom cups for men and women will be awarded sunday already has the men s championship in his pocket witha maximum total of 225"points. American racer Don Brooks who skied out of the course and lost precious seconds getting Backon described the run As a near Jungle. It was Long and the Gate were close at least for Heuga said the 4,962-foot course had excellent terrain Down its 1,674-foot vertical drop. But heals said the Gates Are a Little close on Herbert Huber of Austria was fourth in 1 48.66 and Dement Giovanoli of Switzerland was fifth in 1 48.77 for the men. The women s course dropping1,375 feet in its 4,185-foot length on rendezvous Peak was Slushy by the time the women raced late in the morning. Many women racers fell or were disqualified. Isabelle Mir of France was behind miss Vamose in fifth with a time of 1 27.48.Killy s father Robert who flew into Jackson Hole to be with Hisson when he receives the world cup sunday said As he witnessed the French Flash Cross the finish line look look he s tired. Huskies As if he s after he finished Killy fell downy a Fence and stayed on his Back several minutes catching his breath. It is too Long and there Are too Many Gates he said. Miss Greene said she Felt at Home in the snowy Wyoming town because it s a Little town jus like Rossland in British Colum Bia. She said the women s course is very Tricky at the Bottom and you had to hold through a Dunchof bumps or you would lose it. I even took one Gate i skied it real Loose and was Lucky she results men s giant slalom1. Jean Claude Killy France 1 46.69 2. Werner Bleinert Austria 1 47.913. Jim Heuga Tahoe City Calif. 1 48.144. Herbert Huber Austria 1 48.66 5. Dement Giovanoli Switz. 1 48.776. Gerhard Nenning Austria 1 49.21 7. Heini Messner Austria 1 49.238. Scott Henderson Canada 1 49.31 9. Rod Hebron canada10. Guy Perillat France 11. Rudi Sailer austria12. Leo Lacroix France 13. Willy Favre Switz. 1 50.271 50.36 1 50.381 50.53 1 51.1314. Andres Sprecher of Switz. And Paul Swan of Canada tied in1 51.37. 16. Jean Daetwyler of Switz. And Ivo Malknecht of Italy tied in 1 51.58. Women s giant slalom1. Nancy Greene Canada 1 24.00 2. Erika Schin Egger Austria 1 25.243. Traudl Hecher Austria 1 26.34 4. Annie Vamose France 1 26.375. Isabelle Mir France 1 27.48 6. Madeline Guillaud Switz. 1 27.777. Marielle Gitschel France 1 28.09 8. Olga pall Austria 1 28.689. Jiustina Demetz Italy 1 29.30 10. Cathy Nagel Enumclaw wash.1 29.32 1 29.551 30.2011. Gertraud Gabl austria12. Lee Hall 13. Rosie Fortna sugar Bush vt.1 31.14 14. Penny Mccoy Bishop Calif. 1 a 2fi 15. Cathy Allen san Pedro calif1 31.33 mets Send 7 to minor loops St. Petersburg Fla. Up the new York mets made their second squad Cut of the Spring sending seven players to their minor league base at Homestead,Fla., for reassignment. The group included pitchers Alan Schmelz Dick Rusteck Ron Nischwitz and Clint Stark and in fielders Terry Christman Joe Moock and Kevin Collins. Biggest course Ever Miami Beach Fla. Up comedian Jackie Gleason says he plans to build the greatest tournament Golf course Ever created and a $20 million motion picture television Center at this resort. Gleason who televised his one hour weekly show from Miami Beach also announced plans postage a $500,000 professional Golf tourney on his proposed Golf com plex. Gleason said he contemplate building a five course Golf City on a 5,000 acre site. He said he would use nine Golf course Archi 15 3.4 for an average of 107.99 tests who will each design . I holes on the tournament course when he begins construction of the facility. He said he has several part ners in the Golf City and movie studio ventures but declined to name them. Gleason said his propose movie television studio would t be a place to shoot Girlie shows or Fly by night i m thinking in terms of some thing better than the Best Holly Wood has a major studio like Mem or 20th Century Fox he said. Pacific stars & stripes 03monday, March 27, 1967

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