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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - February 18, 1962, Darmstadt, Hesse1962 4 the stars and swipes mrat1wnew York Yankee Pitcher dam Irot from two of his old from the 1�m world Serin Bob put frit Golc tall Roundup tip first Friend Center and a Raon Law right Bath of the Pittsburgh nitrate at the Yankee training amp in fort lauds Radaje Fla. Of photo flyers wipe v Germany special rampaging rams come series sweep Over Ien flyers newly Safe Germany District champions Here Fri saturday afternoon rambled past the Fly-8274 score Friday then 2�58 decision Inay game. T of the surprising sweep kept alive their chances one of the four berth Germany District tourney. They had of 20-12, while fourth Tig Dahlem 20-11 Wason the Road for a Satur dash with second place eight Point splurge i three minute pulled the Jugh Friday night after blown a 10-Polnl second Rand trailed by three wit left. They held a 43 not Thalf. Exploded for 37 Points cause to Lake game scor teammates Art Brooks Christopher had spec of 14 and 101 jewel paced the winners withal Harris and Dave patted 17 apiece and gay15 went wild in the Satur pumping in 24 Points in half a the rams forged Edge at the intermission. 130 for the game. Ramstein Mitsuno took up the alack a cond half scoring 12 of Points after the break. Sen. Closing league play264 record had three figure men. Ward settled fore while Christopher and had 11 apiece. Most Adt it a Rainy up Mcmilan s Field goal Toft to play broken Eattock and the Ducra rap rockets in Lee hockey , Germany a the Rhine main rockets foaled by the Baden Soel f raiders 7-4, in an ice Hock a gluon Here scored two goal Soucy and Bob res store he for the rocket have a 7-15 record that two wins Over the raiders i games. Tadt come int on to Edge the Span Dahlem pioneers 80-70, in a Germany Mitt Ortet thriller hero Friday night to Tifen a two game the Triumph a kept the comets 24-7 in second place and Loos ened the Pioneer re 20-11 grip on fourth k u a s t Vin battling with Spang for the last tourney Forth picked up ground with a Victory Over Champion we Fabaen but Nwart to turn Hui trick again and darn Tadt needs to score a sweep to Ilvo la ram a Chance. The Spang s e r i e opener wan tight fall the Way with or wore tied Fatur times in the a cml half after the Comet bad taken a 10-31 hat i Lime Edge. The font deadlock wan broken up by Mcmillan wit Spang still had three chances. However three mine proved i Mefy and i Jerry Wilt ii got the Flatt Comet Field goal with one second left on the clock. The Wilson boy set a hot mice for Darmstadt. To ferry had 26 while Bill added 35. Gary Dalton and Mcmillan had 15 each. Bay Lewis a the Bic a Iii for Spang with 85 tattle while pc. B. Wright added. Nick Kuban 14 and Bob Beckel in. Becket the ski afr scoring Nee who had been s t raging n Points a Kami wan held in Check by a ferry Allwn. Hahn a cranny special the Hahn Hawk Douhne tip with an effective pressing Fofe nne in the Otto of half Here Friday night while scoring an catty s�-4 in Over thee Bruckm Jaguar in a Safe Germany Emrict Piny. The jaguars trailed by Only eight Points 4j-&t, at halftime but could t cd Jwj with the Hawk new Der axe in the second so Union and managed Only 7.1 More Points. The Victory i Lea the Hawk maintain their grip on third place while boosting their record to Ei-10 with Only one game left in the regular season the jaguars were in it with a players it double figures for Hahn Don Berg to a the Leader with 11 t Foth wed by hat afe Cellan of Jennie mules Dick Pearson it and Vina Galloway and jetty dime with 10 each. Ron High series Leader Ramstein Germany special mrs. Rosemarie Bates took Over the High series Lead in the Rhine and women Bowling association Here with a scratch 671 series. He High Man for Bruckm with is. Vearge Casey Mun it with 10. Sembach. Germany special the Sembach tigers last year s Germany District and Safe champions who have been mired deep in the District s second Divi Sion Alt season closed the Campaign on an encouraging note by spilling the often dangerous Rhine main rockets twice 88-80 Friday night and 84-71 saturday after noon. It was a close game most of the Way Friday until the tigers pulled away in the final five were out in front at half time 45-41. De Barksdale who netted handsome 64 Points for the series bombarded the nets for 38 Point Friday night. Other Tiger double figure men were Carl Holmes 15 and Jay Holiday and Ralph White each with 12. Ron Mink s 25 sparked Rhine main. Jerry Cooper added 18 and Clarence Peters 15for the rockets. Sembach which closed with a6-16 record in Germany District play forged to a 42-31 half time Lead saturday and coasted in. Rhine main ending Loop action with a 13-19 showing got no closer than six Points during the second half. Barke Daie harvested 26 Point saturday Wuh Holmes netting 16. While 14 and Holiday 12. Pacing the rockets were John Gregory with 18 Cooper with 13 and Jim Burlon and Peters with 10 each. Ducat Boss switches Philadelphia a Jimmy Sullivan ticket manager of the Philadelphia Phillies for More Thun a decade resigned to accept a similar position with the Cleve land Browns of the National football league. K Ais e r s l a u t e in Ger Many special the 40th Art bearcats came roaring out of the loser s bracket with a of Tim Winover the 56th pm in celtics Here Friday night in ithe 7th army sup port come Southwest Region tournament and then proceeded to throw the to Urney into an game by nipping the 8th Hosp _ j u m p c r a 61-58, saturday after ton. Air a,".vjf the bearcats Ted Jurri pers wire to play again sunday at 2 . Forthe Durnam ent1 title. George Millett poured Frough 23 Points in Spur King the bearcats past the jumpers As the cats could manage no More than a six Point Lead at any time. They led by31-35 at the half. Gary Shaw and Chuck supported Millett with 14respectively, while the top sniper scorers were Bates a the we Floyd Alexander 17 Johnson 13. The bearcats also held a six Point half time Edge in the loser s bracket finale with the celtics holding a 40-34 advantage. Five players hit double figures bosons in pair Frankfurt special Frank Furt s High flying Golden eagles boosted their class a conference High school record to a flashy 11-1 Here Friday night and saturday afternoon swamping Mannheim s bosons by respective scores of 64-43and 63-36. Nuernberg s Green Tuttie tied forthe lend with the eagles by virtue of a 9-1 Reading going into the weekend was scheduled at Home Iga Insl Kaiserslautern both Days. Despite a 25-Potnt outburst Beague scoring Leader Mike Rodg ers the eagles had Tittle trouble Friday with John Flournoy and Tim French each collecting 17points and George Leonard bag Ging 13. Flournoy Buck eted 18 Points an Leonard added 17 in saturday s rout As the jump shooting Rodg is was held to a Mere 11 Points Bui Doan led the bosons with 16. Augsburg Germany special it Terburg High school took a two name Clas b series from Augsburg High Here Friday and saturday 4%-34 and 45-30. Jojn Sisemore was High Forti Erdburg .11-m in both Garnet netting is each tints Baum older Germany Spe Cial Baum older registered two decisive victories Here Friday and saturday Over Pitburg in class auction 71-34 and 73-49. Baum older 10�2 had four double figure scorers in the first game Bill Abernathy with 24, Frank Holt with 19, Bill grander Ion with 12 and Ralph Alger with .0. Chuck Nielsen Buck eted 13 Forb Burg 7-5 and Joey Butler added 10. Rockets Inch 40th arty tic wackernhe1m. Germany special the 40th arty up rockets Defeated the 4th mod tank in t 68th Armor tankers Here Friday night to Clinch at least a tie for the 8th inf div american league regular season championship. The rockets were leading 67-61 with one minute to play when the tankers walked off the floor making the game go into the record books As a forfeit. The tankers led at half me. 32-30, and the Battle was close All the Way until the rockets forged ahead to stay in the closing minutes. Four players hit in double figures As the rockets upped their record to 17-3 in their final regular season game. Lee Al i Wood and Ralph Suter had 16 each and Dennis Durant and Harry Butler 12 apiece. Howard Williams and Jim Byrd Wuh 17 each were the top scorers for the tankers now 5-13. For the bearcats who nine Points in the car John Conner hit 26,t Lovett had 31. Goerish Mlp Ett and Shaw added 15, . Vav ,. Pc despite the loss the cetttca1 also had five in double Jesi by Barcher scored an vein dozen while four others Gary ,.walt vis Jim Wil Soji acid Lori master s Chan vat to of a jul in Heidelberg player defending masters Cham Pisa will pit his first round scor in this year s master again by Alt Comers in the military Polc association s 6th annual world wide Charity Handicap Golf tournament Provost marshal officials announced Here. Golfers throughout the world military or civilian foreign or american can take part in the Gary Flayer. Challenged tournament on their course. Play must be completed by april 5th, the first Day of the matters tournament. Entry tickets Are ii each 75cents to Charity and 25 cents for the fee. These do not cover local greens fees however. Golfers May play As Many rounds As they like but must buy a ticket for each round. Any 18-Hole course or two consecutive rounds Over a nine Hole course May be used. Score cards after being witnessed May be turned Over to the local International Golf Day coordinator or his representative. Golfers who beat player s first round score in the 1962 Georgia classic Wiit receive a engraved with the words j beat Gary play5 lady golfers May add seven strokes to their established Handi Cap. This does not apply to those using the Call away system of handicapping. 11-year-old Bowler records 523 series Darmstadt Germany Spe Cial John Kaddatz 11. Turned Ina 523 scratch series for the Darm Stadt Aya All stars Here saturday afternoon that spanked his team comprised otherwise of teenagers to Victory in a match against amen s team cached the pm spot performance included games of 208,179 and 13&

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