European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Feb 10 1968, Page 17

Low-resolution version. To view a high quality image

Start Free Trial
European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - February 10, 1968, Darmstadt, HessePage 18 the stars and stripes saturday february 10, 1968 Loose Ball Bill Bradley left of the new York knickerbockers and St. Louis Joe Caldwell race for a Loose Ball during a National basketball association game tuesday in Madiso Square Garden. The kicks won the contest 121-100. Up Marichal agrees to initial second $100,000 pact san Francisco a Jua Marichal still looked to As the mainstay of the san Francisco giants and a big plus toward their National league Pennant Hopes agreed thursday to pitch a second season for a reported$100,000. The big right hander also agreed to Fly into san Francisco in a week or 10 Days to sign and to report for Baths and conditioning exercises a wee ahead of Spring training in Ari Marichal satisfied the giants have signed 21 players including All of their stars and their pitching big four Mari Chall 14-10 last season Mike Mccormick 22-10 Ray Sadecki,12-6, and Gaylord Perry 15-17. They also have signed Willie Mays Willie Mccovey and virtually every key player except outfielder Jesus Alou from whom they expect a signed pact soon. Marichal from his Home Insanto Domingo sounded relaxed and Happy in a Telephone Cha with giants vice president nil Roundup rangers clip Detroit 3-2 Detroit a Rod Gilbert 20th goal of the season at Thi 12 27 Mark of the third period carried the new York rangers to a 3-2 National hockey Lead Victory Over the Detroit red wings thursday took a pass from har bulls snap losing Streak Chicago a the Chica go bulls ended a nine game los ing Streak thursday night by routing the Detroit pistons 131 110 after the Baltimore Bullet Defeated the san Diego rockets for the fifth straight time 106-102in a National basketball association doubleheader. The bulls overcame a 15-Pointdeficit to win for the first time since Jan. 13. Trailing 57-42 latin the second Quarter Chicago rallied behind Jerry Sloan toc Tose the Gap to 61-57 at inter , leading 70-69, scored 10 straight Points with Barr Clemens getting five of them. The bulls never were threat ened thereafter taking an 88-76 bulge after three quarters an then gradually expanding on it in the bulls scored 16 or More Points with Jim Washington making 22 and Sloan 20 to Lead the for the pistons was Dave Bing with 22. Baltimore Gegan 4 52 67 00 84 0 ferr Johnsn Lough Ismarin Meketi Monroe Scot maning Sanf t 5-6 13 barnett3-3 13 Bachiu 1-2 5 plnkel8-11 20 Gambee 8-9 22 kimbau1 Korjia 0 mglkln23 Riley 9 wllras0 1-10-0 7-8 1-10-1 Diego 1 57 4 511 2 f t0-0 2 5-9 153-6 17 2-2 106-7 16 2-3 243-3 7 1-2 in the rockets bulls gamete score was tied at the end of the second and third quarters. Don Kojis led an Early san Diego spurt in the fourth periods the rockets moved to an 89 79 margin. The bullets rallied with Kevin Loughery and Earl Monroe providing the punch. Beaty hurts shoulder St. Louis a the Hawks leading scorer Zelmo Beaty suffered a Shoul Der separation wednesday night in a game against the Bosto celtics. Or. Stan London team physician said the injury to Beaty s right shoulder was like getting hard Beaty said his shoulder began hurting last week but was aggravated when he got faked Outon a shot by Don Nelson and came Down on Loughery put Baltimore ahead to stay 100-99 with 1 10 remaining with two free throws Oakland Calif. Up guards Jim King and Jeff Mullins blasted the Cincinnat royals for 27 Points apiece thursday night leading the Sanfrancisco warriors to an easy 126-109 National basketball association Victory. The warriors jumped to nearly 17-12 Lead and never looked Back while winning their fifth game in the last six outings without Star Center Nat Thurmond. The loss was the royals fifth Star Oscar Robert s9n, sporting a muscle pull in his leg played Only the first Quarter before retiring to the sidelines. The warriors lost the services of sub Forward Joe Ellis when he pulled a leg muscle in the second warriors moving the Bau continued on Page i 4-4 court backs ban on Barry totals 3634-43106 totals 3820-36102baltimore 24292627106 san Diego 29242623102fouled out none. Total fouls Baltimore 29, san Diego 31attendance 3,000. Detroit Fox Miles Bing Wal Kerdacher cd poll f 1-6 4-6 1-2 0-0 6-8 6-72 14-17 18 0 1-1 13 4 5-6 13 3 2-4 8 t 1 18 3 022 14 Chicago Sloan Obinan Haskon Barnes Wercks Clemns Malm Boozer Spitzer q f t 8 4-5 20 8 0-3 16 8 6-7 22 00-006 4-4 16 7 2-3 162 1-2 6 4-46 0-1 12 2 0-0 42 0-0 516 totals 354057110 total 5521-29131 ?1 27 34 15 34-110hicago 30273143131 fouled out none. Total fouls Detroit 25, Chicago 34.attendance 2,895. San Francisco a Rick Barry was refused court permission thursday to jump from the san Francisco warriors with whom he won the National basketball association scoring championship last sea son to the Oakland Oaks of the new american basketball association. The California District court of appeals three judges unanimously refused to stay a Tempo Rary injunction denying Barry the Legal right to play for an team other than the warriors until his contract with the warriors expires next sept. 30. Judge Robert Drewes in Supe rior court granted the warriors the restraining order last summer shortly after Barry signed a $225,000, three year contract with the Oaks. Barry is sitting out the option on his Warrior contract. His pact with owner Pat Boone of the Oaks provides that should he return to the Warrior she would pay the Oaks a $750,000 warriors sued the Oaks for $4,5 million Over Barry s defection and the Oaks countered with a $1 million damage Franklin Mieuli of the warriors and Barry had along informal discussion last week regarding the possibility of both sides dropping the suits. Nothing came of that. By Howell and beat Detroit net minder Roger Crozier from about 10 feet out to break a 2-2tie. The Victory moved the rang ers into sole Possession of fourth place in the East division two Points ahead of Idle Toron , in last place in the East now has lost four of it last five games. Detroit s Norm Ullman had tied the score at 2-2 at the 1 22 Mark of the third period slap Ping a rebound by new York goalie de Giacomin. It was Ull Man s 25th goal of the season. The rangers took a 1-0 Lead inthe first period when Bob Nev in s sliding shot out of a scram ble in front of the Detroit net slipped beneath Crozier s knotted the score on Gary Bergman s Power play goal at the 14 10 Mark of the first s fourth goal gave new York a 2-1 Lead in the Sec Ond period. It came at 6 24 with both teams a Man Short. St. Paul Minneapolis a the Minneapolis North stars have lost Center Ray Cul Len the leading goal scorer in the National hockey league West division for two to three weeks with a hairline fracture of his right ankle. The crack was disclosed in rays thursday after Cullen complained of a pain in his ankle following wednesday night s 4-2 Minnesota Victory Over the Losangeles Kings in los Angeles. Inglewood Calif. Up Gordon Labossiere and Bill Cowboy Flett broke a score less Duel with a pair of goals in a minute and 22 second stretch of the second period thursday night to spark the los Angele Kings to a 3-1 Victory Over the Pittsburgh Triumph broke a three game Kings losing Streak an moved them into sole Possession of third place in the National hockey league s Western Divi Sion. They Are two Points ahead of he penguins and St. Louis. Real Lemieux accounted for of Angeles other goal with just 22 seconds gone in the third period. A Mcdonald of Pittsburgh cored in the second period after Labossiere and Flet tallied. Flett s goal was his 20th of the season. Goalie Wayne Rutledge of the Tings played a Strong game making 35 saves. Charles s. said he is Opp satisfied with his contract is top condition and anxious to be Gin. He made no mention of Tho aches and pains which he suffered much of last season of repeated injuries. In wants. Hpe the 30-year.old, High kicking Pitcher will re. Turn to his Superb 1963- 66 form 5e

Search all Darmstadt, Hesse newspaper archives

All newspaper archives for February 10, 1968

Browse