European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Feb 19 1962, Page 21

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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - February 19, 1962, Darmstadt, HesseA Capo fourth Tow Nuernberg week to stay lie Art atop the a 70j9 i Alft and the out by a 87-76 count Point Effort in did the trick who trailed be Frame to go. Points for the wort and was Trcy Lewis 16kaiaermlautern Glaudel and Jim bleach Down by 45-34 at the saturday game far s3 Points in the teams were tied at i three Quarter Mark. And Kaiserslautern s i a pimped in 25 for scor Lewis hit 22, George Jet and Terry Jorgenson victors. George Rath i s 14 helped the spiders panthers or Germany Spe Dallu Miller poured in j�4urtim an overtime period 26th inf Blue s pad Enith inf panthers 967, of tic inf div s National sunday afternoon. Spa is 414-6 trailed most of the second Wadell Ross tied the with a goal in the of regulation time. A who bit or 28 Points the spiders were trying to in the second half 1 up with 36. Dave Leblanc 32 and Al Bland had 15 Winner. Panther ll-7 were paced Mcdermott who racked Points and Jerry Thomas try ii the series opener saturday Bill Wood scored on Drav Layup and added a free throw being fouled on the play to r the Blue spiders a 76-75 win the panthers h Tennis Star ounce engagement i strict playoffs. The contest a outta up regular Moo play for both team. To pioneers a Uit into the con tort needing win to keep from finishing their Ila Lvi tied with the ran Uteta ram fourth place. Span Dahlem had 21-11 season record that left them one game ahead of the rams 20x12. The comets. 24-8 wound up in second place two games behind the Wiea Baden flyers 26-6 and one game ahead of the Hahn Hawks 23-9ray Lewi racked up 25 Points to show the Way Lor the Pioneer. L. B. Wright racked up 18, Bob Boekel had 16 and Bob Taylor added 10 for the winners. Lurry Wilton was the comets spark plug with 25 Point and Bob Mcm ulan followed Wiki .1ft Tho pioneers took a 40-35 half time Lead and Jed by a 600 in the second half before the cornets hit a hot Streak and took the Lead at 70-69 on r Field Goat by Bill Worrles Willie pole count with two free throws and Beckel moved Span Dahlem ahead with two More of bit shots. Hahn Germany Hahn Hawks with six players Calif. Names fax Nils Machii Witaker. Los Angeles up the Call Fornata state a he Ella commis Sion saturday i a n i e d United world enterprises % License to pro Mote boxing and accepted former world heavyweight Champion Joe Louis us their matchmaker after the organization clarified it in tended m fining regular shows. The commission a Efu Ted however to follow the act Souliv test Flea mrs. Martha Loiuis wife of the former heavyweight Champion and Secretary of he United world enterprises then ratified that the new organza lion welded to live up to its apply cd than which called for monthly Shiv in the sports Arena. ? \ under t h o a e Ron j Lio up to the conditions Whir Liiri their Case Calico for month to shows ant they intended to comi4". Come on allows South Carolina basketball coach Bob Stevens slide off the Bench a the tension get him Down during his team s game with North Carolina state at Charlotte . Dalte St forum help from the Side slim his team lost 76-70, a photo jumpers tip bearcats for Southwest Crown Kaiserslautern Germany special the 8th evac Hosp junipers Down by a 33-23 count at halftime. Rallied to drop the 40th arty s 2nd missile in bearcats 64-58, to take the 7th army sup port come s southwestern Region tournament Crown Here sunday afternoon. The jumpers who finished with a 5-1 record a the seven team double elimination tourney finally pulled even with the bearcats at 54-54 with 6 13 left on a Field goal by Bales Mathews. A goal and foul Mill l y Floyd Alexander with 2 03 left put the jumpers ahead to Stuy w-57. Brians sweep 3 titles in Al Joni France up wound up the world Alpine ies in a Blaze of glory Sun Karl Schranz won both re downhill and Alpine bed and Christine Hans took downhill event who won the men s a time of 2 34.33, was finish to see his 18-year-old a photographer s As from Kun Bushel Clinch the a n event on a 2.590-Metr a fantastic clocking of 3 second faster than Placer Pla Reva of Italy. Burba in furies Houghton mrh., was third a i 2 13,76. Marianne of Franco won the women a i Alpine combined title. She finished Lith sunday clocking 2 15.55, compared with austrian an Riquie John s 22nd Pleet in 2 18.77, w.1hiclv look second in the combined other Amertt Juii girls finished out of the Money As Linda Meyers Mammoth last Calif., came in 17th and Joan Hannah fran Eon in. Nyji took a and spill and had to be carried off the Stretcher ankle. Wilh n badly injured it slope on a Ine ski games in the men s event Emile vol Lent France took second place and austrian Egon Elm Merman was third. Sri Rinz took undisputed first place in the combined Points placing for the downhill specs no slalom giant slalom of the eight Day meet Bud Werner Steamboat Springs colo., was Best placed american. 11 look eighth spot in 2 26.67. Chuck ferries Houghton mich., was 18th Bill Marou Aspon colo., was 24th and Jim Hue a Tahoe City Calif 25th. Alexander garnered game scoring honors with 28 Points. Mathews finished up with 18. The bearcats who won four of six tourney titles had John Carter George Millett and Leroy Lovette in double figures with 16,15 and 12 Points respectively. Iben cat guard John Conner was voted most valuable player in the tourney. Commandos rip raiders 102-68 Stuttgart Germany special blistering the cords for 59 Points in the last half. The 60th int Eill gence corps up commandos spanked the Pforzheim air station raiders 102-68, in an exhibition Here saturday afternoon. The commandos who Ore 22-12 for the season held n Safe 43-31 tend it the half in route to hand ing the raiders defeat no. 8 in 20 decisions this season. Jerry Jones of the commandos bogged 28 Points to Lead both clubs and was assisted by Tony panel no s 23 and the 13 Points of Al Simonds. Jim Young spearheaded the Raider attack with 23 markers while teammates Gerald Robason and Fred grab Shaw netted respective totals of 19 and 40. Out classed the 2weibi-Ueoken jaguars 814-44, As their Safe regular in Aarn Campaign here5saturday night. The Hawks ii of half time Lead and were never in trouble As they racked up their 32nd win in 32 Garnow. The Shapi a jaguars finished with a 2-0 r � ulna Galloway and Joe fair top scorers for the Well balanced Hawks with 13 Points apace Don Berg and Jerry dimes netted. U each Dick Pearson hit u and Jessie Miles had 10 Tot the Winner. Ron Davies with 14 Points was the Only we Bruecken player in double figures. Germany District final standings w l it a 2 f pm 24 i a Dir Hiudt Hihn run Ittin 8ml a 22 21 39,11 Liti z to a i a 3rd Armel tourney gets underway with two Gaines Gellhausen Cial the 6th arty a 2nd How but and the 36th inf rangers captured opening round victories in the double elimination 3rdarnid Day basketball tournament Here. The 2nd How in pulled away i the second half to subdue the 36th info 3rd army Rifle in tar 68, sunday afternoon. The score was tied at intermission 34-34. Roosevelt Giddens Aii iss with 2ak showed the Way for the win ners with 27, and 1&v pm ctn la Yutt aspect i vely. Mike Agee was the big gun for the loser with i8?Mark ers. -. In the tourney opener saturday the rangers walked Over the 12th Cav mules 91-56, a Matthew Tay Lor racked up 20 Points. Tom Hayem was right behind Taylor with 19 Points. Al Griffith chalked up 14 and a Mcrane added 10 for the winners. The mules who trailed by a 3ft 38 count at half time were led by Jackie Manning Jim Johnson and Bob Howard with 15, 11 and id Points respectively Angels Eye berth in first division Palm Springs Calif. A arriving for Spring practice Gen eral manager Fred Haney of the los Angeles Angels says his club is shooting for the first division in the american league. Haney Drew a Sharp distinction Between being u first division club and a Pennant contender. We re not yet at the Point where one or two men could make us n Pennant contender said Haney. It Witt take four or five years to put us in tha . But we

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