European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Dec 4 1967, Page 20

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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - December 4, 1967, Darmstadt, HesseMonday december 4, 1967 the stars and stripes Page 21 Grambling nips rattlers in Orange Blossom tilt Miami up halfback Essex Johnson scored touchdowns on a 24-Yard reverse and an eight Yard pass from Quarter Back James Harris saturday night to Lead the late starting Grambling tigers to a 28-25orange Blossom classic win Over Florida , penalized almost every other play in the first Quarter also scored touchdowns on a two Yard plunge by fullback Henry Jones and a 36 Yard off tackle run by halfback Virgil Robinson in this Post season game billed As the negro College championship. Wesley bean kicked All four Tiger was the second Orange Blossom Victory for the Tiger from Shreveport la., in the three meetings with am rattlers and avenged their 42-15 loss to am three years , voted the most valuable Tiger player set up rambling s second score with a spectacular 56-Yard pass trend Robert Leroy Atkins late in the second period to give the tigers a 14-12 half time Lead on Jones plunge into the end zone from two Yards rattlers scored the first Ime they got the Ball on a two Rard burst up the Middle by fullback Preston Johnson to Capan 85-Yard drive20 of it gained on Tiger rattlers scored a safety a few minutes later when halfback Willy Armstrong was tackled in the end zone by Leroy Jackson. After exchanging punts the battlers bogged Down on the five Yard line and had to Settle Williams Broadnax Karons tip Spang in Battle for 3rd tirs. Hot win Pitburg Germany special the Pitburg Barons with five players in double figures rolled to a 92-82 win Over the Span Dah Lem pioneers Here saturday night in Safe Germany conference action. The Victory gave the Barons a split in the two game week end meeting Between the two teams and enabled them to take Oversole Possession of third place with a 6-2 record. Span Dahlem now 5-3, is fourth in the 10-team the scoring for the Barons was Herman William with 22 Points. He was followed by Ron Broadnax with 19, ton Butler 13, Fred Schulz 11 and Jim Peterkin 10. The pioneers who trailed by50-33 at intermission got 24 from Nolan Pinkney and 23 from pet Mccarthy. Elbert Pitts added 18 and Bob Aslinger contributed 10lor the losers. Rhine main Germany Spe Cial the Sembach tigers held the Rhine main rockets to only20 Points in the first half while gaining an 11-Point Lead and Wenton to Post a 72-56 Victory Here saturday Hicks 22 Points showed the Way As the tigers upper their Safe Germany conference record to 2-4. The setback left Rhine main with a 3-3 was backed up by Howard Hughes Conrad Lippin Cott John Muno and Bob Etter All with 11 Points Jenkins was Rhine main s big gun hitting for 20markers. Tom Huggins with 13, was the Only other rocket i double figures. Hof Germany special the Hof hustlers buried Berlin 105-53, Here saturday to hand thew inless braves their seventh straight Safe Germany con Ference defeat. Hof paced by Roy wit loft s26 Points ran its record to 4-3. Phil Arnold and Richard Blu scored 23 and 21 Points respectively for the Cheek scored 23 to Lead the losers who trailed at the half 55-26. Former twin Backstop Given recreation Post Dobbs ferry. . Up Earl Battey a major league Catcher for 12 years and former All Star has been appointed to the recreational services department of the children s Village. Battey who recently announced his retirement from the Minnesota twins will serve As a recreation group Leader an athletic specialist at the Chil Dren s Village which is National Center for research training treatment and Preven Tion of emotional problems of children. Standings Safe Germany conference won lost Wiesbaden 7ramstein 6 5 Hof 01 2 33 34 5 67 Rhine main 3sembach Gie Belstadt 0 Hahn 0 Berlin saturday s results Pitburg 92, Span Dahlem 82 Sembach 72, Rhine main 56hof 105, Berlin 63 Wiesbaden 83, Ramstein 73halm at Gie Belstadt unreported pot. 1.000 .857 ,750 .625 .571 .500 .429 .000 .000 .000 special troops beat engineers Karlsruhe. Germany special Roy Sipp s 27 Points sparked special troops to an 85-75 Victory Over 555th eng up Here sunday in a Susareu seventh army group level Basket Ball double figure scorers for the winners were Francisco Taylor with 18, Roger Johnson with 15 and Elliott Stacey with 12.tom Bradley was High for the engineers with 22. West Texas state Routs san Fernando Valley in Junior Rose bowl 3 5-13 i lat Downs Lushing yardage Assong yardage return yardage passes units fumbles lost Yard penalized Grambling Aam 20 19208 131 174 230 13? u629-12-1 22-10-2 6-28 4-43.30 1 m 20 or a 22-Yard Field goal by Horace Lovett who also kicked two conversions. Lovett however failed tomake the Point after on the rattlers final score a 59-Yard?ass from quarterback Ken Riley to end Melvin Jones Midway through the final period. Am scored its other touch Down two minutes after the second half opened on a three Yard run by halfback Robert Lampkin to Cap a 63-Yardrazzle-dazzle drive that included a 31-Yard Flea Flicher from halfback Hubert Ginn to quarterback Riley. Grambling 014 14 028 Florida am 7 5 7 626a&mp. Johnson 2 run Lovett kick Gram a. Johnson 8 pass from Harris bean Kickam Batty Armstrong tackled in end zone am Fig Lovett 22 Gram a. Jones 3 run bean Kickam Lampkin 3 run Lovett kick Gram Robinson 3ft run bean kick Gram a. Johnson 24 run bean kick am a. Jones 59 pass from Riley kick faileda37,631 Pasadena Calif. Up Eugene Mercury Morris and Albie Owens a pair of Brilliant backs from Pennsylvania accounted for five touchdown saturday to Lead West Texas state to a 35-13 Victory Over Sanfernando Valley state in the 22nd annual Junior Rose Bow football game before a crowd of 23,802. Morris a Junior halfback from Pittsburgh who picked up 1,274 Yards running in leading the buffaloes to a 7-3 regular season record scored on runs of40 and 6 Yards for his 13th and 14th touchdowns of the , a Junior fullback from Carlisle pa., tallied on runs of19, 3 and 3 Yards in the first Junior Rose bowl game using Small College teams. A 5-foot-10, 190-Pound Speed Ster Morris picked up 170 Yards in 18 carries while Owens had114. Yards on 20 runs. Morris ranks second to Souther California s o. J. Simoson in Mcaa Rushing statistics Thi season. West Texas state bottled up Valley state s main offensive h r e a to senior quarterback Ruce Lemmerman. Lemmer Man who passed for 27ouchdowns in leading his team o a 6-3 Mark during the Regula Campaign completed Only 15 of j7 passes attempted and had ree of them intercepted. The buffaloes from Canyon,tex., broke Loose for three touchdowns in the game s final Golf publication crowns Nicklaus miss Whitworth Norwalk Conn. Up Jack Nicklaus and k a t h y Whitworth the leading Winnerson the men s and women s professional Golf Tours this year were named the tournament champions of 1967 sunday by Golf digest Magazine. Nicklaus won five tournaments including the . Open Western open Westchester classic Sahara invitational and Crosby National to Edge out Arnold Palmer who won four. Miss Whitworth s eight tournament victories were in the Venice open Raleigh invitation Al st. Louis open pea championship lady Carling open Alamo open Western open and los Angeles Wright was second with four victories. Pro Bow set for Jan. 21 los Angeles up the18th annual National football league pro bowl game betwee stars of the Eastern and Western conferences will beheld sunday Jan. 21, at the coliseum the game s sponsor announced saturday. Teams of 34 men each will deselected from the two conferences at the conclusion of the league season. The West team will be made up of players from Detroit Green Bay los an Geles san Francisco Balti More Chicago Minnesota and East team will be composed of players fro Cleveland Dallas Washington Pittsburgh Philadelphia , new York and new players will Divide a Jackpot of $81,600 with members of the winning team receiving $1,500 each and the losers $900.the game is sponsored by the National football league Minneapolis st. Paul a the Minnesota Vikings of the National football league put defensive Back Jeff Jordan on the injured Reserve list sat urday hell be out for the res of the season with a sprained ankle. To take Jordan s place on the roster the Vikings activated � 22-year-old Rookie defensive Backal Coleman 6-foot-l and 195, o Tennessee state. Coleman a Vikings fourth round draft Choice has been on the club s taxi squad this season. First Downs Lushing yardage Assing yardage return yardage asses units bumbles lost Yards penalized w. Tex. Valley state state22 19 288 122 86 135 84 110 9-17-0 15-37-33-35.3 6-34.3 2 2 38 44 17 minutes for the easy Victor after leading Only 14-13 late in he third 14-7 at h a 1 f t i m a Valley state took the second half Kickoff and marched 78 Yards in 18 plays with fullback like Vogel going into the West Texas end zone from the on Bot line. But West Texas state retaliate d swiftly. The buffaloes with Morris and Owens doing All the running marched 65 Yards in nine plays for their third touchdown with Morris account ing for the score from six Yards out with 1 51 left in the third Texas state wrapped it up on Owens two three Yard scoring bursts in the final state scored with 1 02 gone in the game when one fits defensive tackles Alan Aldrich picked off a West Texas state Fumble in the air and ran 35 Yards into the buffaloes end zone. West Texas state tied the score 3v& minutes later when Morris took a Pinchback an faded to pass. With his receivers covered he took Heball 40 Yards around left end for the buffaloes broke the 7-7 tie when Owens who did t go lowest Texas state on an athletic scholarship went Over his left tackle from 19 Yards out for a touchdown with 3 04 remaining inthe first half. The Junior Rose bowl Wen with Small colleges this year for the first time since its inception in 1946 because California s Junior colleges were banned from taking part in bowl games. West Texas state Valley state 7 7 1 1435 706 013 is Aldrich 35 Tumble recovery Noel kick was Morris 40 run Rambrough kick was Owens 19 run Rambrough Hick is Vogel 1 run kick fail edits Morris 6 run Rambrough kick was Owens 3 run Bambrough kick was Owona 3 run Samba ouch kick a.23,80 a. Pirates sell Pagliaroni acquire Kline from twins Pittsburgh up the Pittsburgh pirates announced saturday night the Sale of Veteran Catcher Jim Pagliaroni to Vancouver of the Pacific coast league and the acquisition of Journeyman Pitcher Ronnie Kline from the Minnesota twins. Pagliaroni who will be 30next week was with the pirates for five years. Since he has been in the majors for eight Pagliaroni years he had to agree to be assigned to the minors. Vancouver is the top far club of the Oakland athletics of the american league. The pirates said Pagliaroni was sold to Vancouver because the athletics roster is full and because of his questionable physical condition. He underwent surgery at the end of last season for removal of a cervical appeared in Only 44 games last season and batted .200 with 20 hits in 100 times at Bat. He had no Home runs. The 35-year-old Kline native of gallery pa., returns to the club with which he broke into the majors. He had a 7-1 record and a 2.85 earned run average last season. In Exchange for Kline the pirates dispatched outfielder first baseman Bob Oliver fro their Columbus Ohio farm team to the twins Denver farm team. Kline

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