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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - February 18, 1968, Darmstadt, HessePage 18 the stars and stripes sunday february 18, 1968 performances substandard in boycotted meet Young extends distance string at new York up distance runner George Young stretched string to seventy winning thesis unbeaten Friday night featured two mile event in the embattled new York athletic club s Centennial track meet held amid picketing outside the new Madison Square Garden and generally substandard performances on the ran the two Miles in a meet record time of 8 38.8 in Ameet robbed of much of its prestige by an effective negro Boycott. The former Mark was 8 39 set by Bruce Kidd Ocanada in 1963. The negro Boycott was effective in that there were Only 10 negroes competing in Thefield of 400 contestants. The Boycott was called by negro civil rights leaders in protest against alleged discrimination by the Nyack in its membership White athletes also joined the Boycott and the picket lines outside were made up of negroes and was Learned later that Jimmy Dennis a negro sprinter from Westover air Force base in Massachusetts was injure when attacked while entering the Garden and was unable to compete. Dennis glasses were broken and he suffered cuts an bruises when struck while attempting to enter through the employees Entrance. Police reported there were approximately 600 demonstrators outside the new $43-Millionarena and there were 12 arrests following clashes with Boycott also kept fans away As attendance was announced at 15,972. The new Arena has a seating capacity of17,800 and was said to be sold of the negro Conte stants won their events. Bob Bemon world indoor record Holder in the Long jump won his specially As the University of Texas at Elpaso athlete uncorked a jump of 26 feet negro winners were Lennox Miller of the University of Southern califor Nia in the 60-Yard dash with time of 6.1 seconds and High jumper Frazetta Parham of Isleton Calif., who had a jump of 5 feet 6 inches in the women High jump. The Only other meet record Tofall was the one mile walk won tar heels score rout of Clemson Charlotte . A North Carolina s tar heels get Ting 23 first half Points from Larry Miller routed Clemson 96-74 Friday night in an Atlantic coast conference basketball game. North Carolina no. 3 ranked team in the nation hit 51.3 per cent of its first half shots while the tigers could hit Only nine of 31 for 28.1 per cent. The tar heels raced to a 45-29halftime Lead. During the Sec Ond half however Clemso caught fire and on the hot shoot ing of Butch Zatezalo and Richie Mahaffey pulled to within four Points 54-50, with 12 min utes to play. Then North Carolina score four Quick baskets and ran the margin to 61-51. The tigers never got close after that. Miller and Zatezalo entered the game tied for second place in the acc individual scoring Chase. Miller got the Best of Fri Day night s confrontation wind ing up with 29 Points to Zatezalo s 28. Mahaffey scored 21 for Clemson. Clemson n. Carolinas f t Zatazelo 9 10-13 2$ Mille Mahaffey 9-12 21 Scott 3 0 it clark1 2 4 Bunting 2 0 4 qrubar3 1 7 Foster 00 0 tuttla0 0 0 Brown 0 0 0 fletcher1 23 4 Delany Fry Whitehead Webb Jones Kinsey Thoma Eckard Swails Faer Dank Goldfarb Oft 12 5-729 8 2 18 6 1-513 5 0-310 3 0-063 0 6 20-04 0 3 3 0 2 2 0 1 1 2 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 total 25 24-4074 total 41 14-2796 Clemson 9 4574north Carolina 45 5196 fouled out Clemson fouls Clemson 19, North Carolina 86. Attendance 11,069 Llu Vlic Ali. Sam Jones Lead celtics Iff Butts Chicago up the Bosto celtics trailing Only once outscored the Chicago bulls in every Quarter Friday night to Post a 124-108 Victory and run their winning Streak to three bulls losing for the second straight night tied the score Only four times in the Havlicek s. Jones first period and held a Lead of three Points once before the celtics surged Back and coasted the rest of the Way. The celtics got 11 men into the game with the reserves playing most of the final period. John Havlicek was Boston High Point Man with 26. Sam Jones posted 22, 20 of them inthe first half. Mccoy Mclemore paced the bulls with 20 Points. Chicago despite the loss retained its game and a half Lead Over Seattle in their bid for fourth place the last playoff berth in the National basketball association s Western division. It was Boston s fourth Victory in five games against the bulls. Chison name scout Chicago a Clarenc Hackbarth a retired Milwaukee fireman has been named Chicago White sox scout for the Milwaukee area. Hackbarth once played for the Milwaukee brew ers and other minor league teams. Boston Russell Thacke Sandrah Vlick Howell Nelsn j. Jones Embry Weitz Chicago f t 3 3 9 sloan13 5 Robin an 4 4 12 wshgtn9 8 26 Waskna 8 1 17 barns3 0 6 Brick in 3 3-39 clemna10 2 22 Mclera 5 0 10 boozer22 6 Smitzer i o 2 g f t 4 2 10 5 2 12 4 2 10 4 3 11 3 3 9 8 1 1732 8 � 2 20 4 1 1 0 9 total 49 26-39 124 total 48 18-24 108 Boston. 32302735124 Chicago. 27 28 22 31108 fouled out to Chicago Erickson total fouls Boston 23, Chicago 25 attendance 10,288 a Adrian Ley led a late second Quarter rally that boosted the Cincinnati royals to a 13-Point Lead on the Way to a 125-91 route of the new York knickerbockers in a National basketball association game Friday scored eight Points and Smith seven in the big bursts the royals outscored the kicks 23-10 and took a 59-46halftime Lead. The royals built up a 20-Pointmargin in the third period and coasted the rest of the Lucas with 30 Points and Oscar Robertson with 32,were the royals big guns. Scoring new York f Barnett 1 0-0bellamy Bowma Bradley Cincinnati Bryan Frazier Jackson Johnson Reed -.,Russell d. Varle t2 clerking 3 4 10 dinwie20-04 love 6 2 14 lucas2 1 5 Robtson 5 1 11 smith3 0 6 Tresvant 1 0 2 t.varle8 4 16 Wesley 4 0 85 3 13 g f 2 0-02 0 1 q-010 10-10 30 12 8 3 4 6 144 3 11 4 0 10 0 20 total 38 15-20 91 total 49 27-35 125 new Yorac 2026222391 Cincinnati 32 27 30 36125fouled out none. Total fouls new York 25, Cincinnati 20.attendance 5,308. Baltimore a the Baltimore bullets crushed the Seattle supersonics 147-118 Fri red wings bring up Mahovlich s brother Detroit up the Detroit red wings Friday recalled Center Pete Mahovlich younger brother of Toronto s Frank Mahovlich to replace injured Dean Prentice. Mahovlich 2i, was to be Avail Able for saturday s game at Detroit with the Chicago Blackhawk. He had 19 goals and 13 assists with the red wings fort Worth farm club and two goals in three games wit Detroit. Prentice was injured when he crashed into the boards during the second period of thursday s2 loss canadians. To the Montre Althe left Winger suffered a chipped Bone in his right shoulder and will Bev a pc mini i Nam Smith and substitute Walt Wes sidelined two or three weeks. Blues defeat penguins., 3 Pittsburgh a these. Louis blues scored once in each period to defeat pittsburgh3 Friday night and move into four in place while dropping the penguins into the fifth spot in the West division of the nation Al hockey league. The blues were ahead 2 be fore Veteran Andy Bathgate slapped the puck in from 50 feet Midway through the second period for his 18th goal of the sea son. With St. Louis Forward Craig Cameron in the penalty Box for hooking Perry Crisp broke Loose and skated nearly the length of the ice for the blues first goal at 10 45. In the second period red Berrenson broke in Side the Pittsburgh defense took a pass from Jerry Melyn Kand faked Penguin goalie Les Binkley to one Side before pumping the puck into the net. The penguins pulled Binkle Yout of the goal in favor of an extra attacker in the final seconds giving Bill Mccreary a Clear shot with 19 seconds re Manning. It was Mccreary s ninth goal of the season. Day night in a hotly dispute National basketball association game which saw six technical fouls and two ejections. Seattle coach Al Bianchi an Bullet guard Leroy Ellis each received two technical for disputing Calls by referee Richie Powers and were ejected. After Bianchi was thrown out of the game with 8 50 remaining in the third period he charge Powers and had to be restrained by his players. Kevin Loughery led the bul lets who increased a 68-58 half time Lead to 22 Points Midway through the third Quarter with 29 Points. Gus Johnson had 21 continued on Page by Ron Laird of the Nyack in6 22.2. The former Mark was 6 22.3 set in 1953 Bylaska of new York. Young of Casa Grande Ari overtook Tracy Smith of the . Army on the final Lap Towin the two mile Kerry Pierce an australian attending the University of Texas at Elpaso and a pre meet favorite finished sixth. Bob Seagren of the University of Southern California took the pole vault with a leap of 16 feet6 inches Erkki must Akari. A finn attending Fresno stat College also had a 16 vault but Seagren won on the basis offerer misses. Richmond Flowers of Tennes see started a comeback As the Volunteer football Star won the60-Yard High hurdles in 7.1 seconds and teammate Harde Mcalhaney took the 500-Yard run in 57.7.other winners other winners were Bill Ennis of Catholic University in the 600-Yard run in 1 11.2, Preston Davis of the . Army in the half mile at 1 54.8, and Sam Baird of Kent state in the mile in 4 05.6.noteworthy negro absentees were olympic High jumper Johnthomas and sprinter Jim Hines of Texas Southern. Both decide to pull out of the meet because of threats of the Fosbury final event of Oregon de Hanks of Brigham Young University to win themen s High jump with a leap of seven feet. Both contestants hit seven feet but Fosbury had fewer misses. Star performers eying records in aau track Oakland Calif. A several of America s top ath letes Are coming to the National aau indoor track and Field championships next weekend with world record dreams. Most have been within reach of records this Winter and those who have run Over the Oakland Rena track love it. Their efforts will be expended in 11 finals on Friday night and 15 on saturday. These will in clude five women s events Fri Day and six Mccullouch Southern California s co Holder of world hurdles and relay records passed up invitations to three meets this weekend to prepare for the said he would go for the 6.8 seconds indoor record for the60-Yard High hurdles set by Hayes Jones. Mccullouch ran6.9 three weeks ago. Willie Davenport of Texas Southern will be Back to defend the aau Crown he won Here Las Winter. He and Richmond flow ers of Tennessee another entry Are the Only other two hurdles Ever to better 7 seconds for 60yards. Four other hurdles challengers Are the Veteran Ralph bos ton Larry livers of the athensa.c., and Tommy White and Leon Coleman both of the Southern California strides. Several other athletes who like the Arena Oval and jumping pits also have their sights on rec ords. One is Tracy Smith who set the 3-mile Mark of 13 16.2here a year ago. So does Van Nelson of St. Cloud minn.,state, who will Challenge Smith again. They ran 1 Here feb. 3.b Illy Gaines 18-year-old Sanjose Calif., Flash Jimmy Hines and Charlie Greene three of perhaps a dozen entries in the 60 Yard dash will shoot for the5.9 Mark All three share in that Evans and Tommie Smith world record holders a various sprint distances will meet in the first leg of a sprint Medley relay. Evans probably will go also in the 600 and Smith in the 440. Art Walker the nation s bes triple jumper at 54-feet/�, and Bob Beamon who Long jumped27 Here three weeks ago both like the Arena runways. Neal Steinhauerr 67-10 record Holder Heads an imposing Field in the shot put. George Woods Pacific coast club 66-11 Dave Mallard 64 and Randy mat son outdoor Champion at 71-554, All Are entered. Martin Mcgrady 600 record Holder at 1 09, and Nick Lee of Baltimore Are expected in the600. Orr recovery May be longer Boston a Bobby Orr the Boston Bruins spectacular Young defens Eman might be sidelined longer than expected because of knee surgery a sur Geon reported Friday. Orr underwent surgery for re Moval of the medial cartilage m his left knee monday Ndu Lahe probably four or five spokesman said would be lost m not that optimistic said or. Robert George chief surgical resident at new Newton Wellesley Hospital

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