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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - February 5, 1968, Darmstadt, HesseMonday february 5, 1968 the stars and stripes Page 19 restraining hands officials restrain Chicago Rookie Bill Orban after the Black Hawk player and Toronto s Wayne Carleton got into a fight in the second period of the National hockey league game in the Windy City. Bot players Drew five minute penalties for the Ira Cas. The fight was a draw but the Maple Leafs won the game 3-1. Up photo Cona Diens thrash Kings 5-1, boost win skein to 122 shy of record Montreal a two goals by Swift skating Gilles Tremblay led the Montreal Cana Diens past los Angeles 5-1 sat urday night for their 12th straight National hockey league Victory. Jean Beliveau fired his 21st goal and set up two tallies Ashe canadians held first place in the East division race by run Ning their unbeaten Streak to 16 games. Montreal has t lost since last Christmas night and is Only two victories Short of the All time nil winning string put together by the Boston Bruins in the 1929-30 season. Beliveau s Power play Mark Erin the first period sent the canadians ahead to stay. They boosted their Lead to 4-0 on trem Blay s 16th and 17th goals81seconds apart and Yvan Cour Noyer s 19th tally in the Middle period. The Kings Eddie Joyal ruined goalie Rogatien Vachon s shut out bid Early in the final session before John Ferguson completed the Montreal assault on los Wayne rut Usta votes to push for open Tennis Cornado Calif. A association decided. Saturday to seek a change i a International rules so Jujj a a country can de i to permit open emus tournaments. Failure si080 up mean Usta association said . Agates will be sent to Europe March 30 to seek m Alrui Chanse from Therna Olla Lawn Tennis to meeting not been set. I j ledge with less than two minutest play. Boston a Ron Stew Art one of the National hockey league s elder statesmen converted a rebound Early in the third period saturday night to lift the new York rangers to a 3-3 tie with the Boston 35-year-old Stewart connected for his Lith goal of the season by firing into an open net after a rebound of a shot by Jim Neilson at 4 04 of the final period. The rangers took a 2-1 first period Lead on goals by Bob Nevin and Neilson. 26th of season Phil Esposito scored his 26th goal of the Campaign and 100thof his nil career to tie the score 1-1 two minutes after Nev in s 30-foot Chest High scoring scored on a screened slap shot four seconds after Esposito was penalized at 18 43. The Bruins had gone ahead on goals by de Westfall his ninth and Ken Hodge his 15th in the first minutes of the second period. Detroit a the Veter an line of Dean Prentice Gordie Howe and Alex Delvecchio accounted for five goals As the de troit red wings ended a four game Minnesota winning Streak with a resounding 8-1 National hockey league Victory Over the North stars saturday scored two goals and assisted on three others How had two goals and two assists and Delvecchio notched on goal and two assists. Howe s goals his 24th and25th of the season gave him at least one against every no team this year. Wings jump to Lea the wings jumped to a 3-0 Lead in the first period on Goalsby Delvecchio Prentice and Floyd Smith and were never headed As they snapped a two game losing Lone North Star tally came Early in the second period when Ray Cullen scored his 22nd scored four goals on Minnesota goalie Gary Baumanis the second period with Gary Jarrett getting his 15th, Howe scoring twice and Prentice add ing his second goal and 14th of the s Jim Peters added a third period goal. Pittsburgh a a Mcdonald brought the Pitts Burgh penguins from behind twice to a 3-3 tie with Toronto in a National hockey league game saturday night. Mcdonald s 13th goal of the season came on a rebound at 16 13 of the second period and tied the game 2-2. But 42 seconds later Dave Keon deflected in Frank Mahovlich s slap shot to put Toronto in front 3-2.the penguins tied it again at 4 52 of the third period when Val Fonteyne passed across the goal Mouth and Mcdonald tipped it in. Mahovlich scored twice in the first period to give Toronto a 2-0 Lead and Gene Ubriaco score for Pittsburgh in the second be game Drew a standing room Only crowd of 12,563, larg est Ever to see a hockey game in Pittsburgh. Philadelphia a Pat Hannigan who had t scored in 18 games banged Home two goals and set up the game win Ner saturday night As the Phila Delphia flyers toppled the Chi Cago Black Hawks 5-3 in a National hockey league game. Chicago rallied from a 3-0 deficit to tie the score but Hanni continued on Page s2j Aba Roundup Monroe hits 45, but 76ers whip bullets Baltimore up the Philadelphia 76ers, behind the powerful All around play of Wil Chamberlain and the deadly shooting of Hal Greer Over came a Brilliant performance by Rookie Earl Monroe to score their sixth Victory in the last seven starts by defeating the Baltimore bullets 133-121. Greer had 31 Points to Lea the winners including four clutch baskets late in the final period that put Down several Baltimore threats while Chamberlain had 27. Monroe electrified a partisan crowd of 11,077with a career High of 45 Points 24 of them in the second 76ers led virtually throughout the game although the bullets did get in front on three separate occasions in the second Quarter and were tied at the half 61-61. 76ers pad margin with Philadelphia leading 78 77 Midway through the third Quarter the 76ers ran off 18 of the next 23 Points to take a82 Lead and they held a comfortable 100-89 margin going into the final Quarter. The bullets were seemingly out of it trailing 115-102, when Chamberlain and Bob ferry became involved in a shoving hassle that nearly developed into a full scale fight with six minutes to go. Monroe led drive that got the bullets to within three. 116-113, with 4 57to go but Greer took Over and the 76ers won going away. Up led by33 Points Beaty s soaring St. Louis Hawks romped past the Cincinnati royals 12.5 111 saturday night before 4,505fans. Joe Caldwell added 29 Points,20 in the second half As the Western notched division their fourth leaders straight Victory Over the royals without a loss this royals fighting for third place in the Eastern division enjoyed their last Lead 30-29, at the Start of the second period. Flurry of baskets by Caldwell Beaty and Lou Hudson put the Hawks out in front for Good. New York a the bos ton celtics built up a 20-Point Lead after three periods an then staved off a wild new York rally for a 112-108 National basketball association Victory sat urday night. Trailing 96-76 at the Start of the final Quarter the Knicker Bocker defense led by Rookie Alt Frazier began forcing fre quent Boston errors and Newyork climbed within three Points 103-100, with 6 37 Ball handling of Frazier Limongello wins $10,000 pin prize Kansas City a Mik Limongello of North Babylon . Tossed strikes in the eighth ninth and 10th frames saturday to win the $10,000 to prize and a new car and wind up the $75,000 Cougar open on the professional bowlers association s late surge Defeated Les Schissler of Denver,colo., 224-183, in the nationally televised finals. Schissler too Home $6,000 for his second place was the 23-year-old Limon Gello s third tournament Victory. He previously had Aba Vic tories in Oklahoma City in 1965and Mobile ala., in 1966. The Fra tour resumes i Tampa fla., feb. 20-24 for the $40,000 Tampa Bay Serto Maupen. And the shooting of cazzie rus sell led the spurt. Boston was never Able to pullout of reach but the kicks could not tie it. With the score108-106, new York missed four chances at a deadlock and Donnelson s Field goal with 33 seconds remaining All but sealed the celtics Victory. Los Angeles a Jerry West scored a season High of 42 Points saturday night in leading the los Angeles lakers to a 133-122 Romp Over the san Diego rockets in National basketball association play. The lakers playing without Elgin Baylor held off a last rocket rally after build ing an Early 20-Point Lead. Baylor s left foot was bruised in action Friday evening but Archie Clark picked up the scoring Lack by getting 29 Points. West Clark and Gail Good Rich pushed a steady offensive As the lakers raced to a 70-59halftime Lead. Nab of scores Boston Sanders Howell b. Russel have Knelson Embry Fried o 4 ft0-1 8 9 7-12253 0-0 6 12 6-7 2-3 3087 4-4 18 6 3-4 151 0-0 0 0-0 new York greed Barnet Komives Vard Lebryant Frazier Jackson Bradley f t7 6-9 20 6 4-6 164 3-4 11 3 4-4 100 0-0 0 10 3-6 230 0-0 0 7 7-12 212 0-0 4 1 1-1 3 totals 4522-36112 totals 4028-42108 Boston 25 34 37 16112new York 22 31 23 32 10s fouled out Boston Sanders. Total fouls Boston 28, new York 23.attendance 10,884. St. Louis Beaty Bridges Silas Wilkens dwell Hudson Holt men g f 14 5-58 0-1 4 2-24 6-8 12 5-88 2-3 1 1-210-0 Cincinnati 33 drying 16 lucas10 Wesley 14 smith29 robs Tou 18 dwdie3 Gray 2 love Rodgers Var Dale truant g6 95 411 00 40 0 3 f t 3-3 153-3 21 0-1 103-3 11 16-20 381-2 1 0-0 0 0-0 80-0 0 1-1 0-0 16 totals 6221-29 125 totals 4227-33111 St. Loul8 29 36 30 30125 Cincinnati 28312725111 fouled our none. Total Foula St. Louis 21, Cincinnati 23.attendance 4,505. Philadelphia g f10 5-6 6 0-1 7 4-511 9-9 9 0-0 2 3-4 7 6-7 0 0-0 Baltimore Chol Jackson Walker Greer Jone Goukas Green 1 1-2 t 25 monroe12 Loghery 18 bills31 Johnson 18 scott7 ferry 19 mckzie0 Harin 3 Manning g f t17 11-13 45 7 10-10 24 3 3-4 94 1-3 9 6 4-5 10 40-0832-48 0 0-0 0 1 0-0 2 total 53 27-34 13j3 totals 45 31-39 121 Philadelphia 36253933133 Baltimore 32 29 28 32121 fouled out none. Total fouls Philadelphia 24, Baltimore 22.attendance 11,077. San Diego f t 0 0-1 010 2-3 22 6 6-9 184 3-4 11 4 11-1219 6 5-8 176 45 14 1 0-0 2 4 5-6 13 Acton Barnet Finkel Bushill Gam be Kimball Kojl Mcglin Riley Willms los Angeles g f t13 3-5 29 2 3-4 72 7-9 11 3 7-8 130 1-1 x 5 1-1 11 3 6-8 12 Clar counts Orford Gulrich Hamton Hawkins Imhoff Mueller west3 0-0 6 2 3-4 715 12-15 42 totals 4336-48122 totals 4543-55133 san Diego 19 40 35 28122 los Angeles 36342637133 fouled out san Diego fouls san Diego 33, los Angele 32attendance 8,394

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