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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - December 4, 1967, Darmstadt, HesseMonday do mar 4, 1967 thai stars and stripes Page 19 Black Hawks Bruins Battle to deadlock Boston up Coco Maki goal with 90 seconds remaining saturday night lifted the Chica go Black Hawks into a 4-4 National hockey league tie with the Boston Bruins. Maki s goal his first of the season completed a Black Hawk comeback in which Chicago trailed through most of the game As Veteran Wing Joh Bucyk set an All time Bruin scoring shattered Hall of Famer Milt Schmidt s club Goa record with his 230th and 231st career it was an unassisted steal and Solo goal by Costonde Senseman Dallas Smith that cracked a 3-3 deadlock and gave the Bruins a Lead until Maki retired the broken John Mckenzie also score for the Bruins before a capacity Boston Garden crowd while Rookie Gerry Goyer Dennis Hull and Ken Wharram score for the Hawks. The draw broke a four game Boston winning Streak and a three game Chicago , who now has four goals in his last two games and15 for the season broke the club record of current Bruin Genera manager Schmidt at 5 24 of the first period on a neat Combina Tion with Mckenzie and Fred Stanfield. His other goal Gav Boston a Short lived 3-1 Lead on the Bruin Power play at 1 16 of the final period. St. Louis to. Up Wayn Connelly scored two goals Sator Day night to Lead the Minnesota North stars to a 5-1 Victory Over the st. Louis blues in a National hockey league game. Connelly scored the first an fifth goals for Minnesota As the North stars moved into Possession of fourth place in the West Ern Cullens Duke Harris and Bill Collins also scored for Minnesota. Red Berenson recently obtained from the new York rangers scored the Lone st. Louis goal Montreal a Eddi Joyal s last minute goal gave the los Angeles Kings a 3-2 National hockey league Victory Over the struggling Montreal canadians saturday night. Joyal broke a 2-2 tie with jus23 seconds to play in the Fina period giving the expansion Kings their second Victory in two meetings with Montreal an moving them into first place in the nil s West loss extended the Canad ens wingless Streak to fou games and dropped them int last place in the established East division. Bill Flett and defens Eman Bil White set up the winning Talty Aba East Lead sliced Ess than two minutes after okie defens Eman Carol Vadnais shot the canadians eve with his first nil goal. Terry Gray s goal Early in the third period had sent los Angeles ahead 2-1. Flett opened the Kings scor no with an unassisted goal in he second minute of the first period. Montreal tied it 1-1 five minutes later on a Power play Marker by Dick Duff. Rookie Wayne Rutledge re laced Veteran Terry Sawchuk n the Kings goal at the Start of he Middle period and blanked he canadians until Vadnais eat him at 17 40 of the finale. Sawchuk and Rutledge stopped total of 30 shots four More Nan Gump Worsley handled inthe Montreal Cage. The Kings Victory sent them one Point ahead of Idle Philadel phia in the West division race. Toronto a Ron Ellis red two goals and hot shooting Mike Walton scored one As an Dent Johnny Bower turned in Ais second shutout of the season and the Toronto Maple Leafs blanked the Oakland seals 3-0 Ina National hockey league game saturday , playing his first full nil season fired his 14th Goaland 10th in the last three weeks Midway through the second period and then helped set up Ellis first goal in the third , who celebrated his 43rd birthday last month and Isth oldest player in the nil kept the seals off the scoreboard making 38 saves. It was hit 33rd career shutout in 11 nil seasons. Pittsburgh a tight defensive play highlighted by shot stoppers by goalie Edgia comin gave the slumping new York rangers a 4-1 Victor saturday night Over the Pitts Burgh penguins in National hockey league action. Giacomin stopped 30 shots Ashe rangers built up a 4-0 Lead before a season High crowd of 9,-725 in the civic Arena. The rangers went ahead inthe first period on a goal by Bob Nevin at 13 48, and collected two More in the second period with red Gilbert scoring at 1 22and Vic Hadfield finding the Mark at 14 39. Insurance goal a goal by the rangers Harry Howell gave the new yorkers an insurance score at 5 11 of the third period before Art Stratton slammed in Pittsburgh s Only goal at 13 14. The rangers who lost five of their previous seven games got assists by Jean rate Fie on Bot second period scores. Stratton kept alive his string of getting at least one Point in Pittsburgh s last seven games. Pistons end celtics hex 76ers top bullets 130-121 Detroit a Dave bin Gand Eddie Miles provided the scoring punch and Dave Debus Scherf the rebounding As the Detroit pistons ended their los ing ways against the Boston celtics with a 112-107 National basketball association Victory saturday was the pistons first Victory Over the celtics in nine starts dating Back to Early Las season the loss Cut the celts Eastern division Lead Over Phila Delphia to 19 percentage Points As the 76ers Defeated tossed in 23 Points while Debusschere hauled in 15 re Bounds in the first half when the pistons moved in front 59-54.bing wound up with 38 Points and six assists and Miles got 33 Urcla conquers Purdue 73-71, on Basket by Sweek Ca Jiin golfers foiled by rain Lafayette la. A a fast moving cold front dumped More than one half Inch of rain on Lafayette saturday and washed it the third round of the 135,000 cajun classic Golf Leader John Lotz a 26-year-old californian had a one stroke margin with a 67-67134 after the first two rounds. Tie for second at 135 were Marty Fleckman and Laurie Hammer. Pea officials planned to stage a 36-Hole wind up sunday. The said however that there was a possibility the final 18 holes May have to be played monday. None in the Field of 84 bad finished18 holes saturday when the Rau halted play on the Oak Bourne country club course. Lafayette ind. A Bill Sweek hit a 30-foot shot his Only Field goal of the game jus before the Buzzer sounded sat urday night and gave defending National Champion Urcla a 73-71 basketball Victory Over Surpris ing Purdue. The game was the season opener for both teams and extended the Bruins winning Streak to 35, including 30 straight last was Down 71-66 with two minutes left. Sophomore Rick mount scored one Basket Herm Gilliam hit another and mount added a free throw to tie the game with 29 seconds scores 28 mount the former Lebanon,ind., High school sensation who finished with 28 Points missed Ashot from the Corner. Lew Alcindor Urcla s 7-foot-1 Star grabbed the rebound. The pass then went to Swee who fired As he reached the top of the foul Circle and the balls wished through. Purdue then tried to Call timeout but the game ended before it s top scorers were Lucius Allen and Lynn Shacklefor with 18 Points each. Alcindor hit 17 s tying free throw came after a technical foul was called on the could have put Purdue ahead but he missed his regu Lar free throw and lost a Chance for a Bonus shot. Then he san the free throw from the techno led at halftime 45-41. Morgantown w. V a up Veteran guard Ron Williams scored 30 Points to Lead West Virginia University to an opening 83-66 Southern conference basketball Conques of William & Mary before sellout crowd of 6,800 Here saturday night. Ann Arbor Mich. Up coach Baron Rupp unveiled two Sophomore nuggets s a t u r d a As his Kentucky Wildcat spoiled the debut of cazzie Castle with an easy 96-79 Triumph Over , the winning est collegiate basketball coach intonation started guard Mik Casey and Center Dan isse both sophomores and the responded with 28 and 18 Point respectively highs for the game. Michigan was led b Sophomore Forward Rudy Tom Janovich with 17 and Reserve Bob Sullivan with 14.it was the first game eve played in Michigan s new University events building a $7 million Structure which seats14,000. The building was prompted by cazzie Russell Bromer Wolverine All America and by the Rise of Michigan basketball after years of Rupp who with 761 i f e t i m e wins needs Only 10more to become the All time winning est coach spoiled the opening of the dazzling dome covered Arena. Nashville Tenn. Up Murray state pulled the second shocking upset of the Ohio Valley conference basketball tournament saturday defeating defending voc Champion West in Kentucky 83-75.dick Cunningham Murray s 6-9 240-Pound Center the leading rebounded in the nation last year shattered the tournament re bounding record by pulling 34 off the boards. He broke his own Mark of 23 set against Western a year Tom Moran in his first year As a regular for Murray pumped in 29 Points to Lead the attack. Moran was supported by floor Leader Billy Chumbler with 15, Cunningham with 14, and Ron Romani with 12. Murray s upset of Western coupled with Tennessee tech s weathering of a late minute East Tennessee state rally to hold a 64-62 Victory earlier in the Day set the stage for the Champion ship game which was to replayed saturday night. Bloomington ind. Up Indiana s defending big ten co champions dropped Northern Illinois in their basketball season opener saturday 71-65.neither team showed Sharp Ness in Ball handling or shooting. Indiana committed 20 errors while Northern Illinois issued 24 times. Points. John Havlicek had 24joints to top Boston. Philadelphia up the Philadelphia 76ers, trailing by nine Points late in the first half scored 40 Points in the third period and went on to Defea Baltimore 130-121 saturday night before 13,328. The bullets led by Don Ohl Sari Monroe and Leroy Ellis had taken a 37-33 Lead after theirs Quarter then held off a Philadelphia rally and spurted of a 67-58 Lead just before halftime. Wilt Chamberlain Chet Walker and Hal Greer paced the 76ers into the Lead at 76-74 after four minutes of the third period and Philadelphia was never headed. Chamberlain and Greer had27 Points each for the 76ers, who crept to within 19 percentage Points of Pace setting Boston which lost at Detroit saturday night. New York a Gail Goodrich and Jerry West Trig gered a 41-Point, second Quarter explosion by the los Angeles lakers sweeping them past the new York knickerbockers 122 106 in a National basketball association game saturday night. Los Angeles which never trailed led Only 24-21 after the first York was led by Willis Reed s 23 Points. San Diego Calif. A Johnny Green scored 29 Points in the second half to Lead Thesan Diego rockets to a 127-103 National basketball association Victory saturday night Over the san Francisco crowd of 3,748 saw san Diego jump to a 33-8 Lead in the first Quarter. Cincinnati up there hot Chicago bulls got away to a blazing 17-2 Start saturday night in breezing to a 126-110 Victory Over the slumping Cincinnati royals. The bulls winning for the third time in their last four starts climbed into a tie for fourth place in the National basketball association s West Ern division with the Idle Seattle Mclemore and Bob Boozer paced the Chicago Blitz Mclemore hitting 26 Points half of them in the third Quarter and Boozer Chipping in with 24.not even Oscar Robertson s return to action after a two game absence with a leg injury could prevent the royals from plunging to their fourth straight loss. Robertson collected 35points, All of them coming in the last three quarters. Pacers a Nigos. Hear 1st Indianapolis ind. A the Indiana pacers bombed the Anaheim Amigos 132-117 Satur Day night and moved 23 percentage Points behind first place Minnesota in the american basketball association s easter division. Bob Netolicky Fred Lewis and Jim Rayl each scored 21 Points for the pacers. Warren Davis topped the Amigos with29 Points and teammate John fail child hit 23.the game was close Only in the first period. The pacers Hen took charge and led 70-51 at now is 15-6 with a .714 percentage while Minnesota which was Idle saturday night is 14-5 and .737

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