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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - December 17, 1967, Darmstadt, HessePage 22 the stars and stripes sunday december 17, 1967 College scores basketball Davidson 81, William & Mary 75 Temple 75, victorian Australia 60 St. Johns n.y., 78, Seton Hall 49 Cornell 74, Columbia 57 Furman 77, braking 59syracuse 90, Penn state 89, overtime St. Joseph a pa., 77, Hofstra 69 Richmond 90, East Carolina 83 new Mexico state 80, Arizona state 70 Weber state 68, Hawaii 57southern California 76, Oklahoma 63 Crelghton 70, Arizona 66eastern Kentucky 95, Tampa 89 s. Carolina St. 125, Alabama am 97 Seattle u. 76, Ohio u. 68idaho 77, Northern Arizona 70 Monzaga 60, Portland u. 54 Judson 105, northeastern Illinois 104 sacred heart 61, Husson 56middlesex 97, Norwalk tech 84 Manchester 106, Norwalk 91 Bishop 100, Sam Houston state 91greensboro College 74, no Charlotte 64 southwestern la. 87, Lamar tech 74 Randolph Macon 80, Gallaudet 45 okla. Christian 116, Tabor Kan. 93 Marietta 74, Musk Ngum 50midwestern Iowa 101, Huron 76 Indiana a. 84, Geneva 69 Mit 87, Wheaton 111. 72 rpm 79, Hartford 59rhode Island College 91, Quinn Lipiac 83 Baker 75, Sterling 61 Bridgewater 88, Washington College 68 Virginia state 89, Hampton Institute 85 Delson 89, Adelbert 58 King s Point 92, Queens 66 Bowdoin 94, Norwich 86rollins 80, Georgia state 63 Plattsburgh 97, new York maritime 76wash. & Jefferson 63, Rochester 60 Biscayne Coll. 79, Baptist Coll., s.c., 71 Stony Brook 76, Hunter 57point Lark Coll. 86, lock Haven 7� Bloomsburg 84, Kutztown 83 Valparaiso 89, Lonic Beach 78 Hanover 89, Berry go., 70emporla 8t 72, Northwestern okla. 62 standings american basketball Assn. Eastern division won lost pet. Behind s 8 7 Minnesota 19 8 .704 Indiana 18 11 .621pittsburgh 17 is .586 new Jersey 1� 15 .444kentucky 10 16 .385 Western division new Orleans 21 7 .760 Denver 16 16 .500 7 Dallas 2 12 .500 7 Oakland 11 17 .393 10houston 8 18 .308 12 Anaheim. 9 21 .300 13 Friday s results new Orleans 100, Denver 93new Jersey 113, Oakland 109 Kentucky 109, Houston 95, overtime Only games scheduled National basketball Assn. Eastern division won lost pet. Behind Boston 20philadelphia 22 Detroit 18cincinnati 12 new York 12 Baltimore 10 7 .7419 no 13 .581 16 .429 19 .387 19 .345 Western division. 23 8 .742 10 13 23 22 25 10 u Illinois state 81, Central Michigan 73 West mar 91, Buena Vista 80 Ferrull 92, How asset 84knoxvllle 104, Allen 95 neb. Wesleyan 83, Concordia neb., 79 Lincoln mo., 92, Central Iowa 78 Colorado mines 130, s. Dakota tech 100berea, ky., 82, Transylvania 77 Dakota Wesleyan 92, Kearney neb., 83northwest Nazarene 96, West. Mont 85 Whlter 82, Hayward state 61 tournaments Milwaukee classic first round Marquette 78, Florida state 58 Wisconsin 96, Louisiana state 94 Sunflower doubleheader first round Kansas state 82, Texas am 77 Kansas 67, Cincinnati 61 vol classic first round Tulsa 55, army 53 Tennessee 66, Illinois 42 Augusta invitational first round Lagrange 72, William Penn 71 Augusta College 70, Florida tech 58 Quantico Christmas tournament Consolation semifinals Ohio Northern 79, Frederick 67 Hampden Sydney 68, new Haven 67 championship semifinals it. St. Mary s 96, w. A. State 88 Sponaugle tournament first round Gettysburg 80, Lebanon 74 Elizabethtown 78, Franklin & Marshall 76 Cable car classic first round Santa Clara 91, Chicago Loyola 88west Kentucky 90, san Francisco u. 70 Pasadena College invitational second round championship bracket Pasadena 88, Claremont Mudd 58 Consolation bracket Fresno Pacific 98, Cal Baptist 67grand Canyon 90, so. Cal College 88 hockey St. Lawrence 6, Middlebury 2new Haven 7, Trinity 2 Recac Christmas tourney Princeton 5, northeastern 4, overtime Eastern hockey league Friday s results Charlotte 5, Greensboro 3 Knoxville 3, Nashville 1 Clinton 6, new Jersey 2. Florida 8, Salem 4 Only games scheduled International hockey league Friday s results Des Molnes 5, Columbus 3 Muskegon 3, Toledo 2 Only games scheduled Western hockey league Friday s result Seattle 4, san Diego 2 Portland 3, Vancouver 1only games scheduled .688.567 .324 .290.242 1%5% 14 16 St. Louis. San Francisco 22 Loa Angeles 17 Chicago 11seattle 9 san Diego 8friday s results san Francisco 110, Baltimore 97 Seattle 122, Chicago 115 Boston 114, san Diego 101 Philadelphia 107, St. Louis 98 Cincinnati 147, Detroit 130only games scheduled National hockey league East division w l t pts. Of a Boston 15 8 4 34 94 75 Chicago 3 9 7 33 87 82toronto 13 95 31 82 58 Detroit 2 9 6 30 86 77new York 12 11 4 28 77 75 Montreal 9 12 7 25 68 66 West division los Angeles 13 12 3 29 74 85philadelphia 2 8 5 29 59 58 Minnesota 10 11 6 26 64 71pittsburgh 1 13 3 25 72 80 8t. Louis 8 18 3 19 54 70 Oakland 7 16 5 19 57 78friday s results Oakland 4, Boston 1 Minnesota 3, los Angeles 0. Only games scheduled Central hockey league Northern division w l t pts. Of a Tulsa 11 8 5 27 85 74kansas City 12 9 1 25 80 63 Memphis 814 4 20 75 95omaha 5 10 6 16 53 73 Southern division fort Worth 13 5 6 32 88 59 Oklahoma City 12 7 3 27 75 60dallas 10 11 3 23 85 89 Houston 8 13 4 16 66 94 Friday s results Houston 2, Oklahoma City 2 Kansas City 5, Omaha 2only Imes scheduled Western hockey league w i t pts of a Seattle 15 11 2 32 77 73 Portland 3 0 1 27 79 52 Sun Diego 12 10 1 25 85 74vancouver 0 16 2 22 78 100 Phoenix 8 18 2 18 77 115 Friday s results Portland 3 Vancouver 1 Seattle 4 san Diego 2 Only Usu lies scheduled 76ers Edge Hawks 107-98 celtics rumble past rockets continued from Page 19 brought the rockets come Back to within 96-88 Midway through the fourth period. But within 90 seconds Don Nelson Sam Jones and Bailey Howell poured in goals to Seal the cel tics Victory. Ban Diego barn Htu bloc Finkel Gambe Green Kimbell Williams f t 0-1 4 9-12 27 1-1 3 4-5 8 2-3 4 1-3 9 4-7 16 2-2 20 0-0 10 Boston ambry Graham Havlice Howell Russell Sanders sle fed Oft x 0-0 4 10-02 10-02 7 6-8 20 11 5-6 27 11 8-6 264 4-9 12 10-024 12-14 20 total 3923-33101 totals 4230-43114 san Diego 17 22 33 29101boston 27322332114 personal fouls san Diego 26, Boston 27. Fouled out none. St. Louis beat Bridges Caldwell Davis Lehman Sila Snyder Torch in Wolkens q 9 4 6 0 2 6 30 10 f 2-2 3-6 0-0 0-0 2-3 2-4 0-0 0-0 Philadelphia f Greer Guokas Jackson Jones Elcel Walker t 8 7-8 235 7-1217 8 6-9 22 30-16 7 0-0 14 4 3-8 11 10-02 3 6-8 12 9-1029 totals 40 18-25 98 totals 39 29-43 107 St. Louis 2825261998 Philadelphia 18 26 � 34107 fouled out St. Louis fouls St. Louis 28, Philadelphia 20. Attendance 6,421. Baltimore a Nat Thurmond and Clyde Lee d9 rated the backboards Friday night in leading san Francisco to a 110-97 National basketball association Triumph Over the Baltimore defeat was the eighth in nine starts for the bullets. Lee finished with 41 rebound Sand Thurmond with 20. The final Edge in rebounds for the warriors was Only 81-71 but they dominated the defensive Back Board getting Many second shots. The bullets trailed Only 47-42going into the third period but were behind by 84-68 at the Star of the fourth. 8an Franciscoq f t Attles 7 4-4 18king 4 2-2 10 Thurmond 10 5-7 25 Larusso 9 8-10 26lee 7 3-1017 Hetzel 10-02 Mullins 4 4-4 12 Baltimore q Monroe Loughery Bills Manning mar Nscott ferry Kenzle f t1-1 13 6-7 20 9-11132-2 6 4-5 184-5 20 1-1 d 0-0 2 totals 4226-37110 totals 3527-3297san Francisco 26213726110 Baltimore 19 23 26 29 97 fouled fouls san Francisco 24, Balti More 24. Attendance 2,281. Cleveland a Jerry Lucas and Oscar Robertson poured in 31 Points each As the Cincinnati royals took an Early Lead and never trailed in a 147-130 National basketball association Victory Over the Detroit pistons Friday night. It was the royals third straight Victory and first Over Detroit this Miles Terry Dischinger and Dave Bing scored Fiel goals to pull the pistons to with in 11 Points 129-118, with five minutes left but Lucas and Walt Wesley each scored for the royals to stay Well ahead. Wesley played part of the game and finished with 22 Points getting 13 in the fourth Quarter. Cincinnati jumped to a 35-21first Quarter Lead ask online Dierking sparked the royals scoring with four Quick baskets. Lucas and Happy Hairston when Cincinnati stretched its Lead to 18 Points inthe Early minutes of the second period. Detroit do user Tresvant Strad Erbing Miles do Singer Patron Vars Lewalter g f3 3-5 11 5-7 3 2-29 5-5 8 4-48 5-8 1 2-31 0-0 7 2-2 Cincinnati q 9 lucas27 Hairston 8 Dierking 23 Smith 20 Robtson 21 dinwidie4 Rodgers 2 Wesley 16 12 10 75 11 12 3 f t 7-8 31 5-6 26 6-6 20 2-2 12 9-9 31 00 2 0-0 46-1222 Chison mets pull six Man player Trade continued from Page 19 manager. From what i be been told Centerfield was one of the biggest holes we had to plug. In Agee we be gotten ayoung player who has an outstanding Glove and Range exceptional Speed and Good new York had tried to solvents Centerfield problem before the 1967 season with the acquisition of Don Bosch an All Star Cente fielder in the inter National league from Pitts Burgh but Bosch failed to make the Grade and spent almost the entire season with Jacksonville. Pirates slate meeting major Deal on docket Pittsburgh a the Pittsburgh pirates called a news conference for saturday to announce a Trade which general manager Joe l. Brown prom ised would be Page one news. There was no hint from the pirates How Many players or How Many clubs were involved or even if the Trade was completed in the National or Ameri can league. Seals Surprise drains Boyer nets 1st goals Oakland Calif. A the Oakland seals paced by Wally Boyer s first two goals of the season upset Eastern Divi Sion leading Boston 4-1 Friday night in National hockey league action. The Seal s Victory seventh of the season moved them into a fifth place tie with the Idle blues. It also extended the Bruins losing Streak to three games. The seals scored three time sin the second period on Boyer s first and goals by Bill Hicke an Larry poplin. Boston s Only goal was scored by Tom Williams at 10 36 of. The last period. But Boyer who had t scored goal in 27 previous games scored his second four minute Slater. The seals broke their own two game loss Streak. Long Beach Calif. A goalie Cesare Maniago wove his magic spell in the nets for the second straight game against los Angeles As he led Minnesota into third place in the West division of the National hockey league with a 3-0 Victory Fri Day was Maniago s second straight shutout Over the slump ing Kings whom he blanked last wednesday at extended his scoreless string against the Kings to bet Ter than 2 hours 10 minutes. The Kings still tied with Phil Adelphia for first place in the West with 29 Points were Una ble to get going against the Tough defense of the North Mike Mcmahon notched his fourth goal of the season at 5 47 of the first period with the Kings Short women to open the scoring. Then Center Ray Cullen finished off los Angeles with two goals late in the final period including on with less than a minute to play into an open net. Totals 51 28-36 130 totals 56 35-43 147 Detroit 23 is 40 42130cincinnati 37303644147 fouled fouls Detroit 27, Cincinnati 26. Attendance 3,485. Of Fly ago a Seattle Salt hazzard scored 36 Points Friday night to Lead the super sonics past Chicago 122-115 and to within a half game of the fourth place bulls in the nation Al basketball association Western division. Seattle which held a 63-59halftime Lead increased its Edge to 92-79 near the end of the third Quarter. Chicago paced by Flynn Robinson and Barr Clemens who scored 19 Points in the fourth Quarter helped move the bulls within three Points at 100-97. Hazzard then scored two baskets and Dorie Murrey clinched the game with a Basket and free throw with two minutes remain ing. Seattle hazzard Kron Meuchy Murrey Olsen Rule Thorn Tucker Weiss Wilson q f 15 6-6 4 2-4 4 6-9 5 2-3 1 0-0 6 2-4 4 7-9 5 3-5 1 4-4 0 0-0 Chicago t 36 Boozer 10 clemens14 Erin 12 Haskins 2 Meme 14 Mueller 15 robson13 Schelse 6 sloan0 Vav shit q f t8 2-3 18 10 5-6 255 2-2 12 1 603-63 5 0-0 100 1-1 1 5 6-6 1540-18 3-6 56-8 18 totals 45 32-44 122 totals 44 27-37 122 Seattle 33 30 29 30122 Chicago 28 31 22 34116 fouled out Chicago fouls Seattle 28, Chicago 31. Attendance 1,686 Tulsa nips Rall Linin Knoxville Tenn. A a tip in by Rob Washington As the Buzzer sounded gave Tulsa a55-53 Victory Over army Friday night in the opening game of the Volunteer basketball classic. Host Tennessee whipped Illi Nois 66-42, in the other opening round Triumph was Tulsa s fifth straight of the season and the loss left army with a 3-2 record. The army Tulsa contest wasted three times before the Ca dets forged into the Lead with9 05 left in the first half. With Bill Schutsky hitting from the inside and Steve Hunt from the outside the cadets pulled ahead for a 42-32 Lead before Washington and Dou Robinson sparked a rally that put the Golden Hurricane backing Contention. Army vols tournament a 15-foot jump shot by Bobby Smith tied it at 53-All with 1 04 remaining. Then Washington s tip in at the Buzzer gave Tulsa the Victory. Smith. Led Tulsa with 16points, followed by Washington with 15. Schutsky was army s top gun Ner with 19 Points and Hunt got 16. Tulsa army q f t Cheatham 5 0-3 10 Hunt Smith 8 0-0 16 Noonan Washington 4 7-7 15 Oxley Marrs 2 0-0 4 Schutsky Cueto 0 0-0 0 Urban Davis 00-00 Robinson 3 4-4 10stevens 0 0-0 0 q f t 8 0-316 1 1-2 330-08 7 5-9 19 4 1-1 9 totals 22 11-1455 totals 28 7-1553 halftime score army 24, Tulsa 20. Total fouls Tulsa 12, army 9

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