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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - April 10, 1968, Darmstadt, HesseWednesday april 10, 1968 the stars and stripes Page 21 setae Lions Here monday Victory boosted the m record to 4-0 while tagging Lions with their Thor mfr Back against a Lone 3rd1 div next travels in and com z entertain sat Frankfurt wednesday pacing the Marne icel guard Reggie Greene with minis. All 15 Manemeit score Dat least one bucket Allee a a 3rd div shot 52 of Cert Muthe Field on 51 of 97 attempts. Topping the setae scoring were Charles Davis and Willie Wado both notching 24 decried with a zone de sense but the hot shooting Marneen quickly broke it arid raced Kcf a lift Lead. Ised again by the swipe Toj passing of Greene the 3rd div opened up a 24-11margin at the 12 minute Mark. In fact setae s Only Basket inthe first eight minutes of play War scored very Early by Davis tying the game at 2-2, the Lions closed again to 2746with 10 minutes left in the half but Vic Bender entered the Gam for the Marne men at Center and put in a Layup to Start a Stringo eight straight 3rd div Points. With seven minutes remaining inthe half and 3rd div holding a 19 Point Lead coach Joe varg sent in his subs who played the Lions even. A last second fling from mid court by Bill Newberry increased the 3rd Dif Lead to 55-42 at the intermission. First half statistics showed Wade with 17 markers and Davis with 10, arid this one two combi nation endeavoured to keep setae in the game. At the beginning of the second half neither team could Muster much of an attack but the 3rddiv still maintained a 15-Polnt Lead with five minutes again setae started slowly and their first Field goal of the second half was scored by Davis this one at 15 50. Then the 3rd div fast break begin taking their toll. Succes Sive layups by Tom Gordon an Greene rapidly wore Down the Lions. From then on it was Only matter of How Many Points the Mamet in could rack up. A jump shot by Marne Forward toy Fitzgerald upped the count to 80-38 As coach Vargo sent in his second stringers with 10 minutes left. Setae was visibly tired As the Marne guards continually drove through the Middle for easy layups. A two Pointer by Dave Sachar ski gave the 3rd div its largest advantage at 113-83 before three Quick Breaks by the Lions Lin Coln Gray Doug Ruch and Wei bom Lorenz placed the final tally at 115-89. Coach Vargo was not Overly impressed by the 3rd div show ing pointing out that the Seta team had spent 23 hours travelling in the past two Days and was physically worn out. Be praised Bis defense for the fact that lion guard Ruch who scored 19 Points against 8th div two Days ago was held to one Basket and Only three Points. 8etaf Troch Baldwin Dali Gray Lorenz Richmon Robinson oft1 1-1 3 6 1013-4 6 8 8-fl 248 8-1124 2 1-1 60 04 1 0-11 0-0 1 2-3 102 24 3rd div latin Greene Gordon Fitzgerald Mcdanlel Bender Sacharuk Jenkins Curran Newberry Shule went Oft 6 0-0 10 11 1-4 23 7 1-2 u 4 2-3 10 4 1-1 4 3-6 11 33-49 5 2-2 12 4 0-0 9 2 0-0 0-0 8 4 2 2 total s3 23-30 86 totals 61 13-22 115 setae 424789 3rd div 55 60115fooled out none. Total foul setae 16, 3rd div 23. Four top 2o As Lions beat Berlin w5-97 Augsburg Germany Spe Cial the 24th div Lions shot four men into the 20 s and had fifth in double figures Here Mon Day night As they whipped Heberlin bears 105-97. The Victory evened the Lions record in the second half of the Usa eur round Robin Basket Ball tournament at 2-2. Berlin went tumbling to its fourth straight defeat in a wingless second Bob Lona Murdock Williams Jim Kuhlmann and Dan King Allt bounded into the 20 s in the offt i Cial scorer s log and Charlesj Avant notched 14, the starting quintet accounting for All but three of the Lions markers. See saw struggle the game was see saw in nature for the first five , the Lions went on a spree and moved from a 22-22 deadlock to a 41-26 advantage. Kuhlmann had 16 Points in the first half eight of them during the spree. Lona and King accounted for theother .11 markers. What seemed to be an apparent out turned out to be an interest ing Battle As Tim Russell and Eri Sorenson led a Berlin comeback that reduced the margin to 59-53by intermission Russell in route to a 28-Point night and Sorenson headed for a 22-Pouit Effort notched 15 and 13, respectively in the first half. The status remained quo forthe first few minutes of the Sec Ond half. Then history repeated the 24th opened up a big Lead in the Middle minutes of the half and the bears staged another rally at the , Avant and Lona were the big suns As the Lions clawed out an 80-71 advantage Williams and Avant had three baskets piece and Lona had a pair of Field goals and a pair of free throws. Darmstadt ranges closed Over easter Darmstadt Germany Spe Cia the Darmstadt Rod and Jun club shooting ranges will be closed saturday and sunday in Observance of easter according to club officials. Rase activity will be on saturday april 20, interested in zeroing their a Flea or in shooting n. Bavaria Bowling i Aukum Germany special in Day North Bavaria Dis Horn � song town arout will be 20 91 a Atelth Barracks april can if Wuh us top five finishers for the coming com z min Meiu at Kaiserslautern. Russell and Sorenson got the hot hand again and Berlin closed to within one Point at 95-94.there, the bears Bubble burst. King stole the Ball and fed Wil Lona Williams Kuhlmann King hams brilliantly for a Layup a Davant came up with another steal seconds later. He passed to Kin for a cripple. Russell got three Points Back on a Basket foul situation but that was All Berlin could s Basket Lena s two free throws and Kuhlmann s Layup offa Sharp feeder from Williams iced the tallied 25 Points Williams wound up with 23 and Kuhl Annand King each registered 20 for the 24th div invades Vogel Weh for a game with 32nd Adco wednesday night while Berlin goes Home for a tussle with the league leading 3rd div Marne men. Berlin Russel Mallett Hemphll Sorenson Thomasc Htu e White Robertson 2 Moore 1 q11 27 84 32 24th do it q6-6 28 m Willms 9 0-0_ _ 4 lon0-3 14 Whlmann 6-15 22 king3-3 11 Avant 1-2 7 motley1-1 5 f. Wilnis 0-0 40-0 2 910 7q 00 f5-7 7-9 250-0 20 206-92-3 2-4 1-1 total 40 17-30 97 totals 41 23-33 105 Berlin 634497mth div 59 4ft105 fouled out Berlin Mallett fouls Berlin 28, 24th div 20. Only unanimous Choice bullets Monroe Heads Aba s All Rookie team new York a ear Monroe of the Baltimore bullets is the Only unanimous Choice on this season s National basketball association All Rookie team announced monday. Monroe received a vote from each of the league s 12 coaches. Bob Rule of Seattle and Wal Frazier of new York got 11 votes out the team were Al Tucker of Seattle and Phi Jackson of new York with eight votes Haskins of Chicago de Manning of Baltimore Mai Gra Ham of Boston and Jim Walker of Detroit were Given honorable mention. There were 37 rookies in then a this season. Allentown a. A Ken Wilburn Trenton s Bull Strong rebounded Heads a Tea of All stars announced Here for the Eastern pro basketball league. With Wilburn on the irs team selected by team owners Are Forward Don Carlos of data Way to fight in sets next new York up even theman who thought the whole thing up was a Little surprised by the outcome of the computerized heavyweight tournament. But the biggest Surprise waste Success of the tournament. The tournament was carried on 380 stations and the Success has prompted its producers postage a similar middleweight tournament. Murray w o r o n e a who dreamed up the idea of feeding facts about past heavyweight champions into a computer to come up with an All time Champion said that More than500 radio stations will carry the simulated one was More surprised than i was about the Success of the first tournament said Woroner. Ill also confess that was surprised about some of Tho results. I figured Joo Louis would win and the computer fooled to when it made Rocky Marciano Tho Mariano Defeated Jack Demp sey for the mythical title and a Belt Worth $10,000.the middleweight tournament will be run in the same fashion As the heavyweight writers around the country selected the 16 Cham pions whom they considered the All time greats and there plenty of room for argument Over the fighters tournament kicks off on sept. 30 with Carmen Basili meeting Marcel Cerdan and other first round bouts include Emile Griffith against kid Mccoy Gene Fullmer against Stanley Ketchel Tiger Flowers against Rocky Graziano nonpareil Jack Dempsey against sugar Ray Robinson Bob Fitzsimmons against Jack la Mot t a Mickey Walker against Dick Tiger and Harry Greb against Tony writers were required to Safe softball cd Iii on tap a i Wiesbaden Wiesbaden special a Safe clinic for softball Mana Gers coaches and officials Willet under Way Friday with 0 . Registration in the wies Baden air base service club. The two Day clinic will Deal with both fast and slow pitch softball. Computer rate each fighter on 129variables, on such As Speed of foot ability to take a punch and accuracy on a 1-10 scale. The fighters were matched by promoter Chris Dundee Mana Ger Angelo Dundee and Nat Fleischer publisher of ring Magazine and the material then was fed into a computer which spewed out a sketchy theoretical blow by blow account. Hartford Center Bill Green of Wilkes Barre and guards Willis Bennett of Hartford and Bob Mcneill of Allentown. Carlos was also selected Rookie of the year and Bob Mantz Mentor of the Pennant winning Allentown team coach of the league owners awarded Mike Riordan of Allentown the John f. Kennedy sportsman ship award for the player bes exemplifying characteristics of the late rams tigers vie for title Ramstein Germany Spe Cial the Ramstein rams and Sembach tigers will meet her thursday at 3 30 . In a play off for the Safe Germany District soccer championship. The rams won the second halt title with a 5-0-1 record after Sembach had taken the opening half with a similar Mark. The tigers fell to 2-2-2 for fourth place in the second half. The Winner of thursday playoff will represent the District in the Safe championships scheduled april 15-19 at Laken Heath. Other teams in the Lakenheath round Robin tournament will be wheelus Torrejon and Laken Heath. Second half standings final w Ein. 6hahn4 Pitburg. 4sembach2 a Hen main. 2wiesbaden10 l0 01 33 56 t1 2i 11 00 a we we a help trackman Munich special trackman wanted that s the sign Usarek special services has Hung out in an Effort to lure track and Field personalities into All army interservice aau and olympic games Competition. Athletes selected by the department of army will train from May 6 to june 12 at it. Mat Arthur Calif. It has been emphasized that Only athletes with prove track and Field ability should apply. Persons who feel they Are qualified should submit Persona applications including a Complete resume of their track and Field achievements a certificate of amateurism and 1049 through channels to . Army special services Agency Europe attention sports division Apo 09184.further information can be obtained by telephoning Munich Alii. 8h5 or 8t2ti. 5 4 4

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