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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - December 14, 1967, Darmstadt, HesseThursday do mar 14, 1967 the stars and stripes Page 21 packers place six on nil All Star squad new York a although the Baltimore Colts remain the Only unbeaten team in the National football league with one game to play the Green Bay packers again dominated the nil All Star team selected forthe associated press. These Lection by a committee of sportswriters and sportscasters with three from each of the 16 league cities was announced tuesday. Green Bay the defending Champion placed six men on the teams two on offence an four on defense. The Dallas cowboys the team the packers Defeated a year ago for the title around the boxing world Tessman decisions Harris Houston a unbeaten Light heavyweight Mark Tess Man of Houston scored a unanimous 10-round decision Over Alonzo Harris of Oklahoma Citrin the main event of a Benefit boxing card tuesday were no knockdowns but a furious Cluster of punches in the last 30 seconds of the final round by Tessman caused har Ris to wobble and Clinch. At the end of the fight Harris face was a Lumpy mask. Tess Man was unmarked. It wastes Man s 17th straight Victory. Harris weighed 180 and Tess Man 175%. Proceeds from the card went to a Trust fund for the children of the late Garland rip ran Dall of Houston onetime third ranking welterweight who was killed last october in Vietnam. Randall won the Silver an Bronze stars for gallantry in action before his death. He Lefta wife and five Small children one of whom is in need of corrective heart surgery. St. Louis a Boon Kirkman added another victim to his growing list tuesday night As he knocked out Archie Ray of Phoenix ariz., in the third round of their scheduled 10-Rounder. Adana captures Turkey net play Manzaroli Turkey special the Adana Blue devils captured the Manzaroli station pre holi Day basketball tournament Here Friday defeating the Host Man Zara i mailers 112-104, in double Ellis of Adana was named the tourney s most Valu Able player As he led his team to five straight victories in the Dou ble elimination meet. Ellis and teammate Maynar James were selected to the All tournament team along with Mckinley Jelks of Gigli Izmir Don Watts of Manzaroli and of the turkish team was the leading scorer in the tourney with a 28-plus pregame average. Ray weighed 206 and kirkman201. It was the 15th win for the 22-year-old Seattle fighter and Hird Over Ray. Kirkman s Man Ager Jack Hurley said before he fight he would try to arrange a match with former heavyweight Champion Floyd Patterson if Kirkman won. Ray showed some spark mid Way through the second round it then Kirkman stunned him with a left Hook in the final seconds and left him on the became More aggressive As the third round opened and at 1 07 decked Ray with another left Hook. San Antonio Tex. A Jesus Pimentel of Jalisco meal co no. 1 ranked world Bantam weight contender knocked Down Mike Langlois of Quebec Canada six times and was awarded a technical knockout at 2 15 of the sixth round tuesday night. The loss was the 10th Ranke Canadian s first in 32 fights. He weighed 123 pounds to Pimentel s119%. A left Book to the body sen Langlois to the Canvas in the third round of the scheduled 10-Rounder. He took two More trips to the floor in the fourth round and three in the sixth before the fight was stopped. The Bell saved him from a fifth round Knock Down. Buffalo . A Vic Brown of Buffalo won a unanimous decision Over von Clay of Philadelphia and Bob Stallings of new York scored a seventh Bracken elected Princeton . A Dick Bracken a 20-year-old Junior tailback from Winnipeg Canada has been elected Captai Nof the 1968 Princeton University football team. Round technical knockout overal Blue Lewis of Detroit in two 10-round heavyweight Box ing clashes tuesday. Brown rallied from the verge of defeat Early in the fight to beat Clay. The referee and two judges each scored it 8-2 in favor of the 1965 National aau Champion. Lewis a 6-foot-4 heavyweight who had 14 straight victories was stopped by a right throw by the 5-foot-9 Stallings. Referee de Seres stopped the fight at2 44 of the seventh round. Jimmy Ralston a Buffal Light heavyweight knocked out Sonny Moore of new York in the first round of another scheduled 10-Rounder. San Juan puerto Rico Ajose Gonzalez the former top ranking middleweight con tender blamed ring rust for his ninth round technical knockout defeat by Pedro Mirando Mon Day , a puerto rican born new yorker had been Idle for eight months when he met the cuban now living i Colombia in the feature 10 Rounder of a boxing card at Hir am Bithorn stadium before 3, 810. The show had been postponed from saturday by rain. The ring physician ordered the bout halted because of a bad Cut Over Gonzalez right was Rusty said Gonzalez who was pressed All the Way bythe aggressive cuban exile. Miranda weighed 164 pounds Gonzalez 159. Put four players on the first teams and Baltimore placed three. Only five repeaters from the1966 offensive team made the club but eight of the defensive players did it again. Nine clubs were represented. New York Philadelphia Pittsburgh new Orleans san Francisco Detroit and Minnesota did not have a first team player. John Unitas the old pro who has kept the Colts on the unbeaten path displaced Greenbay s Bart Starr As the Quarter Back. Two of his three All Star receivers did not make the first club last year. They Are Charle Taylor of Washington at split end and Willie Richardson of the Colts at flanker. John Mack by of Baltimore repeated a tight end. The explosive running Bac pair of Gale Sayers of the Chi Cago bears and Leroy Kelly of the Cleveland Browns once again were named. This Yea the voters were asked to pick two running backs instead of the old halfback and fullback selections. Forrest Gregg and Jerry Kramer Veteran Packer Interi or linemen made it again. Kelly Sayers Csc basketball won los Ramstein 8 1 Pitburg 2wiesbaden 7 2 Span Dahlem 7 3 hoi 6 4sembach4 6 Rhine main 3 5giebelstadt 2 7 Hahn. 1 7berlin 0 9 pet. .889 .800 .778 .700 .556 .444 .375 .222 .111 .000 a Muno Blum hot individual scoring Fig it Tot ave. Willie Williams Witthoft Hof Ron Broadnox . Hicks Sera. Tony Butler Williams ram. Robert Cheek Berli Wayne Jones hot Phil Arnold Hof Jerry Curtis ram. Jim Blanks ram. 85 32 202 20.273 34 180 20.0 91 16 198 19.8 65 41 171 19.069 37 175 17.5 63 27 153 17.042 43 127 15.8 59 22 140 15.2 60 15 135 15.0 49 22 120 15.0 50 32 132 14.6 Gary Vandeweghe ram. 55 10 126 14.0thomas Reed ram. Fred Schulz bit 51 15 117 13.2 50 21 121 12.1 seven nations set to compete in Bremerhaven Cage meet Bremerhaven Ger Many special the com manding officer . Army terminal command Europe will Host the fourth annual inter National basketball tournament in the radio City gymnasium Here dec. 27-30.eight teams representing seven countries will compete i men s Competition while four teams from three countries will vie for women s Federal Republic of Ger Many will have two teams in each division of play. Other teams in men s play will be fro Holland Switzerland Belgium Denmark and Luxembourg Pusan american team composed of terminal command and Denmark will fur Nish the other two teams for the girls play. The tournament will be Dou ble elimination after preliminary play the first Day to determine bracketing. Admission to All ses Sions is free. 49 11 109 12.040 22 102 11.3 Darly Schuhart Berlin 40 21 101 11.1 travelling Bowling league won lost Wiesbaden 35 19sembach 401i 22% Hahn 37 26ramstein 34 29 Rhine main 29 25bitburg 32 31 Frankfurt 26mi 27%spangdahlem 27 36 Gie Belstadt 18 36berlin 18 45 pet. .648 .643 .587 .540 .537 .508 .490 .429 .333 .286 Gregg s mate at tackle was Ralph Neely of Dallas. Neely replaced Philadelphia s Bob Brown who was out with injuries in the last part of the sea son. Kramer and Gene Hickerson of Cleveland were the guards. Hickerson moved into the Posi Tion held last year by san fran Cisco s John Thomas another injury victim. Bob Demarco of St. Louis won the Center Job Over Mick Tingelhoff of Minnesota first Tea last year. Same front four the same front four was leading averages name Ken Ancel Wiesbaden 33 Frank Kula Wiesbaden 27c. Cole Rhine main 36 Pat Patasky. Pitburg 7marv Egeland Span Dahlem 42 Del Paulin Rhine main 11fred Lewis Rhine main 27 Del Massey Wiesbaden 24d. W. Brinkman Rhine main 29 James Dunn Ramstein 34larry Twardzak Frankfurt 30 g. Vickman Hahn 39ii. Cooper Hahn 0 Larry Means Sembach 8ed Bosworth Wiesbaden. 33 j. Smith Pitburg 34ed Hein Wiesbaden 9 Frank Hamiter Sembach. 36jim Horton Sembach 34 c. Sof Nowski of Belstadt. 34hank Demers Span Dahlem. 35 r. H. Dieters. Rhine main 33don Calamon Frankfurt. 35 Mike Carriker Pitburg 36w. Peterson Pitburg 4 Howard Evans Sembach. Perry Gie Belstadt. 23 Don Eden Frankfurt. 26joe Hoyt Sembach. 40 Roy tin Gree Span Dahlem 12earl Maple Ramstein. 24 Van Fossen Blob org. 34soccer won lost games ave.1u2 192192 191190 189 189187 185185 184184 184184 184183 183183 183183 183 1821&2 1821s2 182 1821s1 181181 180ibo picked again on defense with Dave Deacon Jones and Mer Lin Olsen of the los Angel srams fearsome foursome again joined by Willie Davis Ogreen Bay and Bob Lilly of dal Las. Jones and Davis Are the ends and Olsen and Lilly the Nobis Atlanta s bal giant second year Man took ver the Middle line backing Job rpm the packers Ray Tischke. Dave Robinson of the Ackers ousted teammate Lee Roy Caffey from one cornering backing Job and Chuck How by of Dallas was named again or the other Job. In the defensive Backfield Bob Jeter of Green Bay was picked for one Corner Job Over teammate Herb Adderley. The repeaters were Cornell Green of Dallas at the other Corner and Willie Wood of Green Bay and Arry Wilson of St. Louis at the safety jobs. Both Are free Safe ies. New York a the associated Russ National football league All Star cams first team Offens split end Charley Taylor Washington -foot-3, 210 pounds 26, Arizona end John Mackey baltimore224, 26, Ralph Neely Dallas 6-6, 265, 14, Oklahoma and Forrest Gregg Greenbay 6-4. 250, 34, Southern methodist. Guards Jerry Kramer Green Bay 6-3,250, 31, Idaho and Gene Hickerson Cleveland 6-3, 248, 31, Bob Demarco St. Louis 6-2, 240, 29, John Unitas Baltimore 6-1, 196, 34, backs Gale Sayers Chicago 6-0, 198, 24, Kansas and Leroy Kelly Leveland 6-0, 200, 25, Morgan state. Flanker Willie Richardson Baltimore,6-2, 198, 28, Jackson miss state. Defens ends Dave Jones los Angeles 6-5, 260, 28, South Carolina state and Willi Adavis Green Bay 6-3, 245, 33, Gram Merlin Olsen los Angeles 6 5, 275, 27, Utah state and Bob Lilly dal As 6-5, 260, 28, Texas Christian. Middle linebacker Tommy Nobis Atlanta 6-2, 235, 24, Texas. Corner linebackers Dave Robinson Green Bay 6-3, 245, 26, Penn state and Chuck Howley Dallas 6-2, 230, 31. West backs Bob Jeter Green Bay 6-1, 205, 30, Iowa and Cornell Green dal Las 6-3, 205, 27, Utah state. Safeties Willie Wood Green Bay 5-10,190, 30, Southern California and Larry Wilson , 6-0, 190, 29, Utah. Second team Offens split end Homer Jones new York 6-2, 215, 26, Texas end Jerry Smith Washington 8 2, 208, 24, Arizona Bob Brown Philadelphia 6-4, 295, 25, Nebraska and Ernie Mcmillan St. Louis 6-6, 260, 29, Illinois. Guards John Gordy Detroit 6-4, 240,32, Tennessee and Ken Gray , 6 2, 250, 31, Howard Mick Tingelhoff Minnesota 6 1, 237, 27, Sonny Jurgensen Washington 6-0, 203, 33, backs John Roland , 6-2, 210, 24, Missouri and Don Perkins Dallas 5-10, 204, 29, new Mexico. Flanker Bob Hayes Dallas 5-11, 185, 25, Florida am. Defens ends Ordell Braase Baltimore 6-4, 245, 35, South Dakota and George Andrie Dallas 6-7, 250, 27, Marquette. Tackles Alex Karras Detroit 6-2, 245,32, Iowa and Chuck Walker St. Louis 6-3, 245, 26, linebacker Ray Nitschke Green Bay 6-3, 240, 33, linebackers Maxie Baughan los Angeles 6-1, 230. 29, Georgia tech and Dave Wilcox san Francisco 6-2, 234, 25, backs Herb Adderley Green Bay 6-1, 200, 28, Michigan state an Dave Whitsell new Orleans 6-1, 190, 31, Eddie Meador los Angeles 5 11 199, 30, Arkansas tech and Richie Petitbon Chicago 6-3, 208, 29, Tulane. 30 Pitburg. 2sembach2 Ramstein. 1halm Sangdahl Emrhein Maln 0 Wiesbaden 00 00 22 s tied0 11 20 00 8th div filters beat bad Kreuz Nach Germany special the 8th div s Box ing team won four bouts Drew in three and lost two during a meeting with a Swiss National team at Biel Switzerland last 8th div fighters Fly weight Caleb Long lightweight Alton Webster and Light heavy weight Richard Harley capture their bouts in less than the full three rounds when their opponents retired. Light middleweight Isarel White won the other Outwith a unanimous decision. Light middleweight Amo crumbly fought to a draw with Anton Sehar the Swiss National Champion. The results flyweight Caleb Lour Sti Piv won by retirement in the first from Mario Petrasio. Bantamweight John , Styli div lost a 3-0 decision to Herbert Slot Fel. Featherweight Allen Johnson 8thdiv, fought to a draw with Reili Vogue. Lightweight Alton Webster St div won by retirement in the 2nd rim my from Bruno Muller. Light welterweight George Mon Eida Styli div fought to a draw with inter Kisling. Welterweight Frank Cain Styli div lost a 3-0 decision to Szigmond Villi. Light middleweight Isarel White St Piv won a 3-0 decision Ovir Claude Richard Harley St div won by retirement in the 2iul round from Ugo Amos crumbly St div fought to a draw with Anton Schliar

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