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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - February 9, 1968, Darmstadt, HesseFriday february 9, 1968 the stars and stripes College Cage Roundup Page 19 Lobo is nip . State 72-71 Albuquerque . A free Howard s free throw gave sixth ranked new Mexico r 72-71 basketball Victory Overlot ranked new Mexico state wednesday night before a crowd of 15,237 at the Arena. The aggie had tied the game71.71 with eight seconds to go on a free throw by Bob missed a second shot and Howard was fouled on the scramble for the rebound by Richard Collins. Howard made the first attempt and missed the aggie now 17-3, took the Ball Down but a hurried shot went astray. New Mexico 18-1, coming Back from its first defeat last saturday trailed most of the first half but closed to within 41-39 at halftime. The Lobos built a 63-54 Lea with 6 34 to play. The aggie got within 66-64 with about three minutes left. The teams then traded the Lead Down to the final free Ron Sanford led new Mexico and game scoring with 23 Points. Jimmy Collins and Evans paced the aggie with 21 and 19, respectively. Trenton . A clutch shooting by Larry Newbold and substitute Bill Reeves enabled undefeated Long Island University the nation s number one smal College basketball team to eke out a 55-52 Victory Over stubborn rider College wednesday night. Rider led at halftime 25-23.the broncs became the Black Birds 15th straight finished with 16 Points. Auburn Ala. Up balanced Auburn scoring attack gave the tigers a 74-69 Victory Over Louisiana state wednesday night despite a 49-Point perform Ance by Pete Maravich that set a new Southeastern conference season scoring record of 793 Points. Maravich going into the game needed 41 Points to break former leu great Bob Pettit s single season scoring record of785 Points set in 1954. Maravich the nation s leading scorer Brok Pettit s record with a jump shot with 7 32 seconds left in the game. Bill Alexander led the attack for Auburn with 22 Points but three other tigers also scored i double figures. Ron Jackson Sank 15, Alex Howell had 12 an Tom Perry 11. Ralph Jukkola was the Only other leu player scoring in double figures with 12. Annapolis my. A Scott Semko and John Tolmie combined to score 44 Points to Lea Navy to an 89-85 overtime basketball Victory wednesday Over Georgetown University of Washington. Navy led the entire except for a Brief moment in the opening seconds of the Sec Ond half and owned a 74-64 advantage with about four min utes remaining in regulation playing time. But the hoyas outscored the middies 14 to 4 the rest of the Way with Bruce Stinebrickne Basket 13 seconds before the end tying the score at 78-78. Hank Schmidt scored the firs Basket of the extra period to put Navy on top and the middies were never headed. The outcome left both team with 7-9 records. Semko a 6-1 Sophomore led both teams in scoring with 24 Points on 10-for-18 from the Fielland 4-for-4 at the foul line for his personal High of the season. Georgetown which shot 55.2per cent for the game had four players in double figures led by Dennis Cesar and Charles Adri on with 20 Points each. Navy hit at a 49.2 per cent Pace. Lew s Ball Lew Alcindor of Urcla s second round Bruin comes Down with the Ball Between Southern Cal s Bill Hewitt left and Ron Taylor in a Crosstown rivalry renewal last Bruins won easily 101-67. United press International photo Indiana shades americans rout pipers 133-112 Houston a the Houston Mavericks too the Lead Early and went on to whip the Pittsburgh pipers 133-112 in an american basketball association game wednesday night. The Eastern Divi Sion leading pipers never really posed a threat after the Early moments of the game. The 133 Points was a game High for the Houston club and its 72 Points at halftime also was a team High Mark. Chico Vaughn paced the Piper scoring attack with 30, nine of them coming on three Point goals. Art Heyman followed with to. Willie Somerset led five Mav Ericks in double figures with 28. Pittsburgh Houston f t Vaughn 7 13-15 30 Becker Jarvela Heyman Washin Willms Parks Vaund Dorter 2 0-0 4 frazor0 6-6 24 Petty 5 4-4 14 Lenta 9 3-3 21 menyad4 3-5 11 Hale 1 1-1 8 hamod10-02 som rat 1 1-1 3 q f t 8 6-8 227 4-9 18 7 9-1523 6 8-8 20 6 1-2 11a 1-2 a 1 2-2 6 10 7-8 28 total 3930-36112 put Burgh Houston total 40 38-54 13329282827112 37 36 30 31133-�� of w w i1T three Point goals Hale Hamood to Merset Heyman. Vaughn 3. Fouled out Pittsburgh Washington. Total fouls Pittsburgh 31, Houston 24.attendance 706. . Ketch holds Lead Rio de Janeiro up he . Ketch Ondone retained a Lead late wednesday in the Buenos Aires to Rio yacht race according to a report by the 2maair Force. Next in Linew a the dutch entry storm Vogel. Pair of cubs sign higher contracts Chicago a the Chica go cubs have signed two key men of their 1968 National league Pennant Hopes at sub Stantial pay raises left handed Pitcher Ken Holtzman and Catcher Randy , 22, had a 9-0 record with a 2.52 earned run average last season. After compiling 5-0, he was called up by the army but spent some weekends with the won four More games this cubs finished third hit Ting the first division for the first time since 1946. Hundley 25, in his second sea son for the cubs batted .267, hit 14 homers and drove in 60runs. He set a major league record for catchers in 150 or More games by making Only four errors and tied a major league Mark and set a National league record for fewest passed balls four. Indianapolis ind. A the Indiana Pac ers rebounding from a seven game losing Streak made the new Jersey americans their fifth straight victims 106-105 in american basketball association action wednesday night. Seven foot Reggie Harding act red two weeks ago grabbed 27 rebounds and scored 18 Points for the Bob Netolicky scored 30 Points and Roger Brown Jersey pulled to within two Points at 102-100 with 2 06left. Then Harding hit two free throws and fed Oliver Darde for a Layup Basket to Clinch the Simon hit a three Point goal and Dan Anderson tipped in a rebound in an unsuccessful last minute rally by the Ameri cans. New Jackson Whitney Johnson Simon tart Lloyd Andersn sprains totals 41 21-31 105 totals 41 24-37 106new Jersey 23302230105 Indiana 31291927-106three-Point goals new Jersey. Jack won out none. Total fouls new Jersey 24, Indiana 24. Attendance 4,921. Jersey Indiana Oft 8 8-tt 19 darden7 3-6 17 Netley 0 0-1 18 hardng6 1-4 12 Lewia 6 6-7 18 brown1 2-3 4 Rayl 4 3-4 11 peeples3 0-0 Al de mails q f t 5 2-4 12 13 4-6 30 7 4-5 18 2 3-4 7 8 6-8 22 3 2-4 8 1 0-0 2 2 3-6 7 famed stallion die Arcadia Calif. A Khaled the stallion who sired Ken Tucky Derby Winner swaps and Many other champions has die Dat the Ellsworth ranch near Chino. Georgetown f stub car 5 8-9cesar favorit Earlon supple White Lanka Pyles totals 8 4-5 7 1-38 4-5 3 0-00 2-2 0 0-00 0-0 0 0-01 2-2 Navy t 18 semko20 kill Mrtin 15 tolmie20 Schmidt 6 dow2 Spooner 0 parka0 Carroll 0 rdnbger4 Oft 10 4-4 24 4 6-0 14 6 8-8 20 6 0-1 10 2 5-6 9 2 0-0 2 1-2 0 0-0 0 1 1-2 3 32 21-26 85 totals 32 26-32 89 Georgetown ,. 41 37 785 Navy 44 34 1189 fouled out Georgetown Adrion. Navy Schmidt Dow. Total fouls Georgetown 20, Navy 19. Attendance250. Dyreborg Ziadie sign contracts with Boston Boston a the Bosto beacons of the North american soccer league have announce the signing of forwards Erik Dyreborg of Denmark and Den Nis Ziadie of Jamaica for the team s first season starting i april. Dyreborg 28, led the danish National team in scoring last season. Ziadie 21, starred forthe Jamaica National team in the Caribbean area after serving Captain at St. George s College in Kingston. Floyd nets $750 in pro am san Diego. Calif. Up Ray Floyd St. Andrews 111., won Low individual pro Honor Sand $750 wednesday in one of to brackets of 36-Hole pro Amateur Competition preceding he Andy Williams san Diego open. In the other bracket there was a tie Between Tommy Aaron Galloway gardens ga.,and Bobby Nichols Louisville by. In two Days of play on two courses Torrey Pines and the stardust country club Floyd shot 66-67133 to Lead his bracket. Aaron shot 69-68137 and Nich ols had 68-69137. Each won $695.Low net in the Best Ball pro Amateur scoring was 29 under Par for chs Blocker Jal ., pro in on division. He earned $600. There was a tie in the other bracket. Charles Sifford los Angeles and Gene Littler Sandiego were 28 under. They each collected $300.the Low Amateur threesome playing with Blocker was makeup of Bob Townsend Alan Schrift and Walt s partners were John Bzik Max Baer jr., and a Kilgore. Littler s Amateur team was made up of or. K. , Bruce Walton and Ray Esperti. Henning wins $640 pros who won a share of the$15,000 distributed in the pro am included South Africa s Harol Henning who shot 72-64136, Good for $640.jack Nicklaus. The big Money Winner from Columbus Ohio shot 69-68137 and tied with Phil Rodgers. La Jolla Calif.,who had 68-69. They each won $525.gardner Dickinson the lost tree Village fla., pro had the lowest individual 18-Hole score. He shot an eight under Par 63 at stardust in the second round. With his first Day 75, Thise rave him a total of 138 Worth $410. Woman named mets prexy new York a mrs. Joan. Payson principal owner of the new York mets has Bee named president of the club by the Board of directors. Mrs. Pay son who had been one of the five vice presidents moved into the position vacated dec. 5 when Bing Devine returned to the cardinals. O Malley says May Lead to foreign nines los Angeles a presi Dent Walter o Malley of the los Angeles dodgers said wednes Day that major league baseball May be forced to go outside the United states after the next round of expansion. By that time o Malle said we will have exhausted every Community with enough Money to build a o Malley said Japan might be a possibility for a major league club in organized baseball. When the new air planes come out he said Japan will be just As close As we Are now to the Atlantic dodgers president said he would be willing to vote for National league franchise in san might be argued that this is not in the Best interest of the dodgers or Angels to have an other baseball team out Here he added but Competition is a Good Malley made his remarks in a talk to the los Angeles break fast club

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