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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - April 2, 1968, Darmstadt, HessePage the stars and stripes tuesday april 2, standings american basketball Assn. Division semifinals Best of five Eastern series a won 3 lost0 3 pet. 1.000 .000 pot. .000 .400 Pittsburgh. Indiana. 0 series won lost Minnesota. 3 2 Kentucky. 2 3 Western series a won lost pet. New Orleans. 2 2 .000 Denver. 2 2 .500 series b won lost pet. Dallas. 3 0 1,000 Houston. 0 3 .000 sunday s result Denver 10s, new Orleans 100 Only game scheduled National basketball Assn. Divisional semifinals Best of seven Eastern series a won lost pet. Detroit. 2 2 .500 Boston. 2 2 .500 series b won lost pet.philadelphia3 2 .600 new York. 2 3 .400 Western series a won lost Francisco. 3 2 .600 St. Louis. 2 3 .400 series b won lost Angeles. 4 1 .800 Chicago. I 4 ,200 sunday s result Boston 110, Detroit 98 Philadelphia 123, new York 105 St. Louis 129, san Francisco 103 los Angeles 122, Chicago 99 National hockey league final standings East division w l t pts. Of Gamo Treal. 42 22 10 94 236 167 new York. 39 23 12 90 226 183 Boston. 37 27 10 84 259 216 Chicago. 32 26 16 80 212 222 Toronto. 33 31 10 76 209 176 Detroit. 27 35 12 66 245 257 West division Philadelphia. 31 32 11 73 173 179 los Angeles. 31 33 10 72 200 224 St. Louis. 27 31 16 70 177 191 Minnesota. 273215 69191226 Pittsburgh. 273413 67195216 Oakland. 15 42 17 47 153 219 sunday s results new York 4, Montreal 2 Toronto 4, Boston 1 Detroit 4, Chicago 5 Pittsburgh 5, Philadelphia 1 St. Louis 5, Minnesota 3 american hockey league Eastern division w l t pts. Of Gay Hershey 34 30 8 76 274 248 Spring ried 1 33 8 70 247 275 Providence 30 33 9 69 235 272 Baltimore 28 34 10 66 235 255 Western division38 25 9 85 273 233 32 28 12 76 239 223 32 28 11 75 268 238 a Rochester Buffalo Quebec Cleveland 28 29 14 70 234 246 a clinched division title. Sunday s results Buffalo 3, Cleveland 2 Providence 4, Baltimore 2 Rochester 8, Quebec 0 Hershey 12, Springfield 8 Western hockey league sunday s result Phoenix 3, san Diego 2 Portland 3, Seattle 2 Only games scheduled Central hockey league semifinal playoffs sunday s result Tulsa 3, Oklahoma City 2, Tulsa leads Best-of-7 series 1-0only game scheduled Eastern hockey league final playoffs Northern division " sunday s result. Clinton 4, new Haven 1, Clinton wins Best-of-7 series 4-3 International hockey league semifinal playoffs sunday s results Dayton 5, fort Wayne 3, Best-of-7 series tied 2-2 Muskegon 4, Columbus 2, Muskegon wins Best-of-7 series 4-0 North american soccer league Eastern conference Atlantic division w l t pts. Of a Atlanta. 1 0 0 3 2 1 Baltimore. 0 0 0 0 0 0 new York. 0 0 0 0 0 0 Washington. 000000 Boston. 0 1 0 1 1 2 lakes Divisio Chicago. 0 0 0 0 0 0 Cleveland. 000 0 0 0 Toronto. 0 0 0 0 0 0 Detroit. 0 1 0 1 1 2 Western conference Gulf division 1 6 0 6 6houston St. Louis. 000 0 0 0 Kansas City. 010 6 0 3 Dallas. 0 1 0.0 0 6 Pacific division san Diego. 1-0 6 3 3 0 Oakland. 10 0 8 2 1 los Angeles. 0 0 0 0 0 0 Vancouver. 0 0 0 0 0 0 sunday s results Oakland 2, Boston 1 san Diego 3, Kansas City 0 ,1" on the Button Chicago goalie Jack nor during the Black Hawks game against Detroit Ris appears to be taking a puck on the Chin the wings and Hawks tied 5-5. Up photo world Tennis unit oks 4 . Opens Paris a the world s ten Nis rulers sunday gave Britain permission to stage four open tournaments this year no More. The management committee of the International Lawn Tennis federation Ilyf approve these tournaments being thrown open to professionals and amateurs British hard courts Champion ships at Bournemouth april 22 27. Kent championships at Becken Ham june 10-15. London championships a Queen s club june 17-22. Wimbledon june 24-july 7.britain s Victory saturday when the Ilyf agreed to open Tennis after nine years of stub born opposition proved to be Only a half Victory. The British Lawn Tennis association Blat took the Law into its own hands five months ago loss break continued from Page 191 pounding the varsity s Ken Holtzman for nine hits and six runs in five hit a double a single and a triple scoring twice an driving in one run. Pedro Gonzalez sent in two runs with exhibition standings National Cincinnati St. Louis san Francisc Atlanta los Angeles Housto Pittsburgh Chicago Philadelphia new York american Washington Oaklan Chicago new York California Detroit Baltimore Minnesota Clevelan Boston league won lost 78 10 10 1010 1111 13 10 14 14 13 1211 10n 10 10 6 league 15 5 12 912 11 9 9 11 11 11 139 11 9 129 13 7 is pet. .687 .630 .565 .545 .524 .500 .500 .476 .435 .273 .750 .571 .522 .500 .500 .45is .450 .429 .409 .318 a triple and Larry brow knocked in the last of three charged to Bill hands wit another triple in the eighth. Mike Paul Rookie Lethander held the cubs to Only three hits in seven innings and was the Winner. Clarence Jones two run single off Eddie Fisher in the ninth spoiled the shutout. Sarasota Fla. A Rich Severson s run scoring sin Gle in the 10th inning sunday gave the Chicago White sox b team a 4-3 exhibition baseball Victory Over the Oakland athletics. Jim Pagliaroni the athletics Catcher slipped chasing a foul pop in the 10th and Slid into the Concrete base of the screen washing his left knee. Ten stitches were required to close the wound but x rays showed no broken Bones. He is expected to be sidelined for two or three Days. And said All British tournament would be open. It wanted to entice the world s top pros to some eight or nine events. Now the British have com promised and agreed to a restricted number of open tournaments. The Ilyf left it to its management committee to de cide How Many. Basil Reay Secretary of theist of said the committee had dropped the idea of allotting definite number of open events each year. Instead each tournament would be considered on its merits. The British delegation applied for permission to stage four opens apparently after private talk with delegates of other countries. The committee approved the Only other open tournament applied for the Irish Champion ships at Dublin july 8-13. A spokesman said the National championships of France Italy and West Germany would be approved once the applications had been received. New York a a sea Gram trophy has been inaugurated for the top 10 ranking ten Nis players in the world in both men s and women s rankings will be deter mined by world Tennis Maga Zine. The permanent trophy a 16-Inch, 1,100-Pound cast Bronze on a five foot stand will be placed in the Tennis Hall of Fame in Newport . Replicas of the trophy will represented at the end of the year to the top 10 men and women in Tennis. Boston a s Coolidge cops 30-Kilometer title Rockville my. Apart Coolidge of the Boston ath Letic association set a course record in winning the National 30-Kilometer championship Sun Day in one hour 39 minutes 25.3 seconds. De Winrow of the new Yor athletic club finished second in 1 40.9 and Lou Castagnola of the Washington . Sports club was third in 1 43.11. Maple Leafs thump Bruins in finale 4-1 continued from Page 18 with four straight victories. The Streak longest of the year for the fifth place pen Guins did t help any . Louis clinched the final play off spot saturday Fonteyne Noel Price Gene Ubriaco Wayne Hicks and Earl i Garfield scored for Pitts Lacroix scored the flyers goal in the third period against Hank Bassen a last minute substitute in goal for the injured Les Binkley. Bassen made 30 saves and once held of Philadelphia while the penguins were shorthanded two men for55 seconds. Hayes six Mcaa 4 Houston up the University of Houston announced Here that player of the year Elvin Hayes broke six Mcaa records and four Houston records this past season. Hayes set an Mcaa career record for Field goals with 1,215 and season records for the mos Points 1,214, and most Field goals 519. He also set records for the most Points 2,095, most Field goals 891, and most free throws 599, in two consecutive seasons. The school records were most rebounds in a season 624 most rebounds in a career 1,611highest rebound average per game 18.9, and highest scoring average 36.8. So. Africa entered Oklahoma City okla. A Oklahoma it. Gov. George nigh chairman of the world softball organizing committee announced that South Africa has become the 13th team to enter the second men s world softball tournament scheduled Here sept Jacklin capture Golf title continued from Page ithe slapped accurate Iron Stojil within 10 feet of the pin on the next two holes and Sank Anil eight foot Birdie putt on no. 17,1in a trap on the 603-Yard final Hole the Winner used a Putter Tol move the Ball put on the Green cautiously and two putted for bogey six. The winners Tony Jacklin $20,000 68-65-69-71-21 Gardner Dickinson $6,520 66-69-70-70-2111 Don january $6,520 67-69-68-71-231 Chi Chi Rodriguez $6,520. 67-68-70-70-2$ Doug Sanders. $6,52065-68-69-73-211 Dewitt Weaver jr., $6,520 66-69-70-70-2j1 Bob Charles $3,100 70-69-67-70-211 Arnold Palmer $3,10070-65-68-73-25 Gary player $3,100 69-68-70-69-21 Rex Baxter $2,400 69-69-69-70-21 Julius Boros,$2,400 66-70-68-73-m Hugh Royer $2,400 68-66-69-74-21 Al balding $1,800 69-66-73-70-21 Miller Barber. $1,800 71-67-67-73-2 prank Beard $1,800 70-68-69-71-21 Randy Glover $1,800 68-70-68-72-211 Ken still $1,800 69-69-69-71-21 Deane Beman $1,300 71-69-73-60 Al Geiberger $1,300 66-71-71-71 John Lotz $1,300 71-71-68-69 Jack Mcgowan $1,30068-73-67-71 . Shes $1,300 72-69-70-6 Jack Nicklaus $916 74-68-70-6 John Schlee $916 71-71-67-71 Bob Verwey $916 70-71-71-68-si Lee elder $812 70-70-70-71-2 Harold Henning $812 70-72-69-70-23homero Blancas $700 72-69-71-70-s Ron Cerrudo ?700 72-70-68-72- Bill Collins $700 71-72-68-71 Richard Martinez $700. 67-69-75-71 Steve Reid. $700 66-71-72-73 Dave Stockton $700 69-72-68- Tom Weiskopf. $700 68-70-72- Gay Brewer $491 68-75-70-70-� Lionel Hebert $491 68-70-73-72 Dick Lotz $491 73-70-68-72 Bob Mccallister $491 73-66-66-1 Dan Sikes $491 68-69-73-7 Bob Smith $491 72-69-73-8 Bobby Stanton $491 73-70-72-68-28 Bert Weaver $491 69-73-72-69-81 Bert Yancey $391 71-68-71-73-h Tommy Aaron $242 70-73-68-73-2b Jack cult $24270-73-67-74-8 1 Bob Dickson $242 72-68-72-72-j Harold Kneece $24275-68-69-72-2j8 Ted Makalena $24268-74-67-76-2j Fred Marti $242 71-71-68-74-28 Kel Nagle $242 71-70-70-73 Chison drop Shaw o Toole from roster Sarasota Fla. A Veteran pitchers Jim o Tooi and Bob Shaw have been drop Pfrom the Chicago White so Spring training o Toole 31, nor so 34, was on the club roster each had a Spring trial by up Cial invitation fro manager de Short

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