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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - December 14, 1967, Darmstadt, HessePage 22 the stars and stripes thursday mar 14, 1967 College scores basketball Vanderbilt 81, Davidson 79, overtime North Carolina 84, Kentucky 77 Western Kentucky 76, Butler 58 Texas tech 74, Oklahoma 67 army 55, Lehigh 42iowa St. 77, no. Illinois 69 Colgate 94, St. Lawrence 59michigan St. 78, w. Michigan 67 Bowling Green 87, Ball St. 70 Miami 104, Tampa 103maine 100, new Hamp snare 78 St. Johns n.y., 64, Rhode Island 63syracuse 95, Georgetown ., 78 Yale 73, Brown 59washington St. 71, Idaho 64 Baylor 88, new Orleans Loyola 75hunter 71, new York maritime 46 los Angeles Baptist 79, Calif. Baptist 74 Fomo Nii 78, Laverne 78chadron 77, Colorado Western 62 Hiram Scott 82, Carroll College 68 Stetson 67, Jacksonville u. 68worcester St. 95, Salem St 77 Castleton St. 83, Lyndon St. 54 Williams 74, Harvard 59whittle r 80, Chapman 75 Middle Tenn. 87, Bellarmine 72 Tusculum 88, Mars Hill 82 Morehouse 93, Alabama am 73monmouth, n.j., 87, Jersey City St 60 Montclair St. 82, Paterson St. 61rutgers, South Jersey 92, Glassboro 89 pm colleges 94, Drew 46 Wilberforce 84, Northwood ind., 64 Mcneese 87, Louisiana Coll. 80 Grambling 98, miss. Valley 84 Louisiana tech 84, Little Rock u. 70 Nicholls St. 82, Belhaven 81, overtime midwestern Tex., 93, Mcmurry 74 Southwest Tex. 62, St. Mary a Tex., 58 Tarleton 98, Northwood inst. 63texas Southern 57, Tex. Lutheran 53 standings american basketball Assn. Eastern division won lost pet. Behind 2v4 Minnesota. 17 8 .680 Indiana. 18 10 .643pittsburgh16 12 .571 new Jersey. 11 13 .458 Kentucky. 9 16 .360 Western division new Orleans. 20 6 .769 Denver. 14 13 .519 Dallas. 11 12 .478oakland10 15 .400 Houston. 8 16 .333 Anaheim. 8 21 .276 tuesday s results new Orleans 109, Dallas 105kentucky 113, Minnesota 94 new Jersey 117, Anaheim 98only games scheduled National basketball Assn. Eastern division won lost pet. Behind 21 6% 7%9% 11 .724 Philadelphia. 2 8 Boston 18 7 .720 Detroit 7 12 .588new York 12 18 .400 Cincinnati 10 16 .385 Baltimore 10 17 .370 Western division 14 9%9% 10 St. Louis 23 7 .767 san Francisco 21 9 .700 2 los Angeles. 17 12 .686 5% Chicago 9 22 .290 14% Seattle 8 22 .267 15san Diego 8 24 .250 16 tuesday s result Baltimore 140, Detroit 117 Philadelphia 118, Seattle 107 St. Louis 145, new York 142, two Over times san Diego 118, Chicago 104 Only games scheduled american hockey league Eastern division w l t pts. Of a Springfield 15 12 1 31 100 103 Baltimore 1111 3 25 99 94 Hershey 1011 3 23 92 84 Providence 9 12 4 22 90 102 Western Divisio Cleveland 14 7 3 31 81 70 Rochester 2 10 3 27 91 87 Buffalo u 12 2 24 92 96 Quebec 1010 3 23100 86 tuesday s result Hershey 4, Quebec 4 Vancouver we 5, Rochester 3only games scheduled Central hockey league Northern division w l t pts. Of a Tulsa 11 8 5 27 85 74 Kansas City 11 9 1 23 75 61memphis 813 4 20 72 91 Omaha 5 9 6 16 51 68 Southern division fort Worth 12 5 8 30 84 56 Oklahoma City 12 7 2 26 73 68 Dallas 10 11 3 23 85 89houston 6 13 3 15 64 92 tuesday s result Dallas 5, Memphis 2 Only game scheduled Western hockey league l t pts. Of a Seattle 14 10 2 30 72 68 san Diego 12 9 1 25 83 70portland 1 9 1 23 72 61 Vancouver 10 15 2 22 77 97 Phoenix 7 18 2 16 74 114 tuesday s result Vancouver 5, Rochester Al 3 Phoenix 1, Seattle 0 Only games scheduled Eastern hockey league tuesday s result Syracuse 7, new Jersey 3 Charlotte 5, Nashville a Only games scheduled International hockey league tuesday s result to Aston 6, 1hl All stars 1 Stephen f. Austin 91, e. Texas Baptist 64 Phillips oilers 67, u. Texas Elpaso 65 Quincy 92, Macmurray 82 Illinois Coll. 92, Blackburn 68mayville 112, North Dakota Allendale 71 Buffalo state 102, Alfred 71 Buena Vista 97, Dort 80west. New mex. 104, Adams state 79 Baker 59, Mcpherson 53sprlngdeld St., to. 63, Rockhurst 48 Drury 78, Washington to. 63warrensburg 102, by Pola St. 101, three overtime friends u. 101, Sterling Coll. 70 Emporia 81, southwestern kan., 68ottawa, kan., 72, Bethany kan., 66 Kansas Wesleyan 8, Bethel kan., 62 hastens 85, Omaha univ. 74 Midland neb., 87, Peru 78 Doane 105, Kerney 96phil. Pharmacy 70, Wilkes 63 Delaware 80, Penn 68cornell 84, Rochester 62 . Atlantic Fleet 85, Pembroke 83 Fairmont St 91, Davis & Elkins 67salem 104, Alderson Broaddus 86 Howard 66, Farleigh Dickinson 55 Teachers 105, Frostburg 82 Lewis 88, St. Procopius 62western 111. 84, Monmouth 76 Concordia River Forest 111., 83, Lake Forest 63hillsdale 55, Ashland 54 Central Michigan 93, Calvin 71 Parsons 95, Northwood 71lemoyne, n.y., 84, Cortland St. 70 Ithaca 73, Oswego 60bethune Cookman 120, Allen u. 96 Hanover 107, Wabash 73 Grace 90, Huntington 80 Anderson 86, Franklin 82 Indiana tech 115, fort Kwhn 82 Rio Grande 96, Oakland City 94 Concordia ind., 93, Bethel 88new Haven 86, Eastern Nazarene 84 Bridgeport 91, St Anselm s 74wesleyan 79, Clark mass., 73 Tufts 92, Worcester tech 88 Washington & Lee 68, Lynchburg 44 Jacksonville St. 90, South. Miss. 75 Athens Coll. 81, Huntingdon 72 Shepherd 101, Bridgewater 81 Bowdon 86, Mit 79 Westfield St 110, East Conn. 70 cent. Conn. 102, Trenton St. 77 Delaware Valley 85, Lincoln 76 Lebanon Valley 78, Dickinson 69 ursinus 76, Franklin Marshall 68 Tulsa 68, Lamar tech 66 East Texas 81, Austin College 49 upper Iowa 103, Loras 89iowa Wesleyan 91, Eureka 71 West mar 70, Morningside 63 Tylel 55, Carnegie Mellon 54 Heidelburg 87, Urbana 74 Toledo 94, Baldwin Wallace 61c.w. Post 67, Yeshiva 59 Southampton 90, Kings n.y., 71mt. St. Mary s 78, Randolph Macon 71 Richmond professional 82, e. Mennon Ite 63roanoke 87, Hampden Sydney 78 old Dominion 114, Baltimore Loyola 87 Hiram 74, Cleveland St 60 Edinboro 103, Clarion 92 Union ky., 93, Pikeville 74wooster at Kenyon postponed Oneonta 89, Marist 71catholic u. 72, Farleigh Dickinson Madison 66alliance 69, Steubenville 53 Defiance 90, Bluffton 71otterbeln 99, Musk Ngum 62 Dillard 121, Wiley 105king 91, Emory & Henry 66 Pacific 63, North Texas 61abilene Christian 72, Hardin Simmons 68malone 89, Wilmington 75 hockey american int. 6, army 3boston u. 6, Boston College 3 new Hampshire 12, Connecticut 1lowell tech 11, Nichols 2 Wilkens led Hawks tip kicks 145-143 continued from Page 19 shortly before the half. Monroe hitting 12 of his first 15 shots scored 27 of his Points in the first half while Loughery had 18and Marin 13. Detroit bind Bice Strawder Tresvan Miles Dasger Varl Walker Chappel Dove Patson Long Baltimore g f t 3 5-10 11 monroe3 0-0 6 Ohl 0 0-0 0 ellis5 3-5 13 Manning 9 0-0 18 marln4 2-2 10 Loghery 8 5-7 21 ferry 4 1-3 9 Scott 4 7-1015 mckzie1 1-2 3 1 0-0 24 1-1 9 q f t14 4-6 32 0 0-0 0 4 3-3 11 4 0-0 8 7 7-8 211113-14 35 2 3-3 7 4-5 16 3 4-4 10 total 4625-40117 totals .5138-43140 Detroit 20273238117 Baltimore 42 31 27 40140 fouled fouls Detroit 29, Baltimore 28. Attendance 2,298 Leroy Ellis set a Baltimore club record with eight assists in the first half. Tom Van Arsdale had 21 Points for Detroit and Eddie Miles scored 18 for the pistons. The Victory was the 10thagainst 17 losses for the bullets while the pistons were losing their 12th game against 17 wins. San Diego a John Mcglocklin Don Kojis and Johnny Boycott averted Coral Gables Fla. Up race horse owners reached agreement with tropical Park late monday to head off a threatened horsemen s Boycott which would have closed the track. Green combined for 76 Point tuesday night to Lead the san Diego rockets to a 118-104 National basketball association Victory Over the Chicago bulls. Mcglocklin scored 27 Points Kojis 25 and Green 24 As the rockets built up a 55-43 halftime Lead that was never seriously threatened. The bulls pulled to within 79-73 on a Layup by Flynn Robinson with 47 seconds remaining inthe third Quarter. Green then hit a Layup and Kojis scored on jump shot with one second remaining to give the rockets an83-73 Lead. Keith Erickson skins Huff announces retirement continued from Page 18 time has come for me. Sunda will be my last seated next to Huff Washington coach Otto wer Egra de Marshall selects head Grid coach Huntington . A Marshall University presi Dent Stewart h. Smith announced tuesday night the appointment of George b. Bur Nie Miller or. As head football coach of the thundering Herd. Miller has been Backfield coach at Purdue University since 1965. He also has coached at Iowa state Indiana and replaces Charlie Snyder who was fired in the final wee of the Herd s wingless season. Miller 39, is a native of ports Mouth a. Ham and club president Ward Bennett Williams. Before the news conference Huff spent about 15 minutes alone in front of his locker crying his teammates finish ing practice said nothing to him but As several went past him they patted him on the has spent the past four years with the redskins Fol lowing an eight year stint with the new York 5 weeks he was out five weeks this year with a severely sprained ankle. Before the injury replayed in 157 consecutive games and had hoped to break the of record of 180 set by his Friend Dick Modzelewski. The Markwas broken sunday by Philadel phia s Jim one of the National football league s greatest mod Ern linebackers Huff earned his reputation by occasionally Stop North Carolina shoots Down Wildcat five continued from Page 18 overtime to give third ranked Vanderbilt an 81-79 basketball Victory Over eighth rated David son tuesday , controlling the backboards with 48 rebounds Ovandy s 30 took the Lead Early in the game and moved As Muchas 12 Points in front. Hagan who led Vandy with 21points, Sank two Field goals in the overtime and scored the winning Points Over the out stretched arms of a Davidson defender. Rod Knowles scored 22 for Davidson and grabbed 19 re Victory gives Vandy a 4-0 record and leaves Davidson 4-1. Ping Jim Brown of Cleveland in Lici Zed per profession alone of the most publicize Sophomore Cage Star suspended at Furman Greenville . Up Furman basketball player Bill Heffelfinger pegged As a key tothe paladins basketball Hopes this year has been suspended from the squad by coach Frank Sonal rivalries i football. A vicious Tacker Huff s Namehas become synonymous with the controlled violence of professional football. Huff 33, said his age was unimportant Factor in his decision to retire. Bakken continued from Page 20 Avo att. Mitchell Wash. Hawkins Phil. Rentzel Dall. Dowler of. Wilburn Pitt. . 5756 5452 5050 Casey la. 49 to. 6 9 7 4 6 3 7 would not reveal the reasons for his suspension of the 6-6 Sophomore Forward who averaged 21 Points in a game As a freshman. Jorgsen Wash. Unitas bait Snead Phil. Gabriel la Starr of Meredith Dall Ryan Cley. Cuozzo no Hart St Yards gain 839 14.71,167 20.8 908 16.87,813 15.6 753 15.1614 12.3 793 16.2 leading passers avg. Att. Com. Yes. To gain 470 269 3,533 29 7.5 236 188 226 178 110 121 136 131 170 405 349 408 349 199 240 280 256 359 3,222 2,813 3,165 2,522 1,733 1,775 2,026 1,545 2,714 1925 26 9 16 20 7 18 7.968.06 7.807.23 8.71 7.407.24 6.047.56 leading scorers ads Fps Pat to 0 27 34 115bakken, St a Michaels bait0 Gossett la 0chandler, go0 Jones by t 13 Baker Phil. Cox mint Matte bait -.u, 1918 180 0 120 16 012 0 45 102 44 98 37 0 4126 00 , Wash 12 d 0 72 Points 22 in the Lead the bulls chipped in with 17. Scored 24first half to Jerry Sloan Chicago Ericka Sloan Mclure Boozer Washton Clemens Haskon Robinsn Mueller Schelse san Diego f t 9 6-9 24 col Caln 6 5-5 17 Barnhill 3 3-3 9 kojis4 5-7 13 Block 3 1-4 7 Kimball 3 2-2 8 Green 30-0 6 gambee3 5-6 11 Riley 1 0-0 2 Williams 23-47 Ware Jones Finkel g f t13 1-2 a 0 of o. 10 6-5 25 5 4-5 14 3 3-8 9 10 4-8 24 10-022 0-0 4 3 4-6 10 1 0-0 2 0 1-1 100-00 totals 3730-40104 totals 4822-33118 Chicago 20233031104 san Diego. 21342835118 fouled out none. Total fouls Chicago 25, san Diego 27. Attendance 2,652. Vanderbilt Warren Wyenandt Wallac Hagan Campbell Bundy Davidson t 6 7-9 19 huckel311-1117 Maloy 4 1-2 9o Neil 7 7-7 21 kroll13-35 Knowles 3 4-6 10 Moser g f t3 6-8 12 3 8-11142 4-6 8 5 0-0 108 6-8 22 5 3-5 13 totals 2433-3881 totals 2627-3879 Davidson 44 3579 Vanderbilt 39 4281total fouls Dai Idson 26, Vanderbilt 24. Lawyer from . Is re elected As president of aau new Orleans la. A David a. Matlin a los Angeles lawyer has been unanimously reelected for a second one year term As president of the Amateur athletic Union. Retained in office with Matli were Jesse Pardue Houston first vice president Jack jr., Philadelphia second vice president de Mosler Newyork treasurer and Richard Harkins Kansas City voted to hold the 1969 aau convention in the Miami Beach area . 2-7. The 81st convention in 1968 is scheduled for Las vegas Nev. Mitchell receives nod As Cabrillo Grid coach Santa Cruz Calif. Up Hal Mitchell former head foot Ball coach at Brigham Young has been named to that position at Cabrillo former tackle at Urcla and with the new York giants Mitch Ell replaces Jack Morris who told school administrators he needed More time for his duties As director of athletics. Bucs score 109-104 win Over Dallas continued from Page 18 Daniels 16 Points 12 of the from the foul line. Kentucky took a 51-47 half time Lead before 1,507 fans and outscored Minnesota in Ever period but the third when the huskies went ahead for the Las time 59-58, with 6 32 left. Minnesota g Daniels Hunter Keller Perry inner Thoren Smit Kunze Palmer Kentucky it g 212-1516 maffey4 1-2 9 Bayne 1 7-7 9 ligon4 0-0 8 Carrier 5 0-4 10 Dampier 4 4-5 12 Nash 4 4-4 12 calwell33-39 Rascoe 4 1-1 9 Woods Bradley Rhine f t 5 5-7 153 2-3 8 8 5-6 21 10 5-7 257 4-4 18 2 4-5 85 1-2 11 00-000 0-0 0 1 3-3 2 1 0-0 8 totals 3132-4194 totals 4229-37113 Minnesota 22 25 18 2994 Kentucky 7 24 23 39113 fouled fouls Minnesota 25 Kentucky 28. Attendance 1,507. Anaheim Calif. Up me Noweli and Stewart Johnson led a third period spurt to help the new Jersey americans Roll to their Lith win in 24 american basketball association games a 117-98 Victory Over the Anaheim Amigos Here tuesday night. The win was new Jersey second in three games against the Amigos this year. New Jersey Anaheim f t Anderen 12 5-10 29 bedell4 4-5 12 Bunce 6 4-5 15 Chubon 7 i-3 17 Crow 21-46 Davis 4 2-2 10 Fairchi 0 2-2 2 Garner 6 4-6 16 Selvage 0 0-0 0 v8toll 2 7-1111 Thom Sturner Austi Jackson Johnson Mathis be Lbw lloy Noweli Simon sprains g f t 5 2-3 12 3 1-1 74 3-3 u 11-43 1 3-6 55 5-6 15 0 2-4 27 6-8 23 1 1-2 93 3-3 9 0 0-0 0 3 2-2 8 totals 4230-48117 totals 3328-42 98 new Jersey 23392926117 Anaheim 2629162898three-Point goals Jackson Johnson 2, Selvage 4.fouled out Anaheim Bedell. Total fouls new Jersey 26, Anaheim 30. Attendance 843

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