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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - February 19, 1968, Darmstadt, HesseMonday february 19, 1968 the stars and stripes Page 23 College scores continued from Page Arizona St. U. 78, Arizona 61south Dakota 89, Morningside 71 i Asalle 80, Canisius 64indiana St. 68, Evansville 58 it Johns Minn. 86, macalester 67north Dakota 76, North Dakota St. 67 we bar St. 74, Idaho 63mah St. 9g, Colorado St. U. 75 Brigham Young 101, Wyoming 77san Fernando Valley St. 92, Fullerton of i 0 overtime Santa Clara 70, san Francisco 60 stanislaus St. 101, Fresno Pacific 93cai Western 93, Pasadena 89 Cal i oly Pomona 97, los Angeles St. 86nevada 68, Sonoma St 55 Hay Ward St. 88, Chico St. 72portland 74, Westmont 62 Willamette 85, Whitman 84central Washington 67. Western Wash Lar Jose St. 78, us Santa Barbara 72occidental 85, Redlands 79 los Angeles Loyola 91, Pepperdine 69humholdt St. 71, Sacramento St. 63 Lewis and Clark 78, College of Idaho 63san Francisco St. 73, to Davis 66 Southern Oregon 92, George Fox 88whitworth, Wash 83. E. Washington 82 Kearney 71, Chadron 67yanlcton 102, Midland 83 Hastings 84, Peru 75washburn 77, Omaha 61 . Kennedy 112, Nebraska Wesleyan 110, overtime Concordia neb., 77, Dana 68 Southern 110, Grambling 82oregon tech 75, Cascade College 69 Western by. 80, Morehead ky., 76pacific lutheran 96, Len fled w Seattle Pacific 67, Portland 64lincoln, ., 98, Graceland 78 Florida presbyterian 74, Washington � Lee 71st. Leo 81, Belmont Abbey 73 Philadelphia textile 95, Youngstown 73springfield, mass., 82, Amherst 66 american International 88, St. Michael s 78williams 92, Wesleyan 69 North Carolina at 79, Elizabeth City St. 77southern St. 66, Arkansas Coll. 63 Arkansas St. U. 106. Lamar tech 83philander Smith 90. Little Rock 72 Trinity tex., 94, Abilene Christian 73culver-Stockton 78, Washington. Mo., 77 Albion 74, Olivet 73eastern new Mexico 93, Santa be 77 John Brown 79, be Liany Nazarene 76oral Roberts 65, St. Mary a tex., 64 East Central 71, Panhandle 63se Oklahoma 76, so Oklahoma 73 Phillips 74, Langston 71kirksville St 88. Maryville to. 87. Two overtimes Murray St. 105. East Tennessee 72lambuth 81, Belhaven 75 Jackson St. 79, Alcorn am 74stillman j.19, Mississippi Valley St. 100 Louisiana Coll. 97, Mississippi Coll. 74earlharn 102, Bluffton 89 Taylor 114. Manchester 108valparaiso 91, St. Joseph a ind., 69 St. Mary a Kan., 126, Colorado Coll. 85st. Benedict s 71, Rock burst 68 Illinois St. 95, Western Illinois 87millikin 102, North Park 75 Concordia 111., 90, St. Procopius 88monmouth, 111., 74, Knox 69 Illinois Wesleyan 88, Elmhurst 65mcpherson 105. Sterling 90 Adams St. 80, Colorado St Coll. 73gustavus Adolphus 80, Augsburg 72 St. Johns Minn., 86, macalester 67mankato 70, Moorhead 62 St. Cloud 99. Bema Del 58minnesota-Morris 115. Bethel Minn. 90 Northern 8.d., 93. . Tech 64dakota Wesleyan 83, general Beadle 54 Jersey City St. 87, Bentley 78midwestern, Iowa 110, Northwood. Mich., 101 Oakland 108, Western Ontario 68marquette 81. Detroit 70 a clout 41 Cornell. Iowa 34southeast Missouri 74. Southwest mis Souri 73 Macmurray 82, Eastern Illinois 67frederick 85. Hampden Sydney 87 Aque Stana 79, Northern Iowa 77fairleigh Dickinson 84, . Post 70 Montclair St. 77. Newark St. 69monmouth, . 71, Newark Engineer ing 69 Drew 58, Rensselaer 64, overtime Oswego St. 64. Fredonia St 60 Hartwick 100. Stonehill 81lemoyne. . 80, King s. Pa., 72 southwestern Tenn., 77, Sewanee 55bethel, Tenn., 61, Christian Brothers 58 Chattanooga 88, Asheville Biltmore 64la Grange 88. Piedmont 69 sacred heart 100, Queens n.y., 7flnew paltz St 54, Geneseo St. 62 Case tech 85, Washington & Jefferson 75uberlin 60, Hiram 65 Malone 83, Cedarville 79ashland 60, Waynesburg 32 Long Beach St 71, Freano St 67eastern Oregon 91, Oregon education 86 Lowell teen 78, Rutgers Newark 70 Andretti again unhurt in Daytona Spinous Daytona Beach. Fla a Mario Andretti whose car struck a retaining Wall Las week escaped injury again Fri Day when his Mercury Cyclone blew an engine and went into a spin during a practice run forthe feb. 25 Daytona 500 Stock car race Andretti s car spun on to the grass infield Friday after it went into the spin on the second turn at Daytona International Speedway. The vehicle was no damaged. Hamilton 95, Clarkson 79western new England 122, Curry 87 Calvin 94, Hope 79 Alma 76, Kalamazoo 58carleton 100, Ripon 99, two overtimes St. Olaf 84, Lawrence 69st. Thomas 74, Hamline 60 Winona St. 97, Michigan tech 82plattsburgh St. 82, Robert Wesleyan 75 Pacific calif., 78, St Mary a calif., 67detroit tech 79. York u., Canada 07 Cal tech 103, life Bible 67 Transylvania 73, Centre 68union, ky., 83, Berea 67 Austin Peay 73, Tennessee tech 61northeastern 63, Central Connecticut 57 e. Conn. 85, w. Conn. 77brandeis 89, Colby 78 Bates 91, Worcester tech 76worcester St. 93, Gorham St. 88, Over Ime Rocker 79, thames 73, overtime Georgia Southern 79, Tennessee Wes Leyan 73 Gannon 83, Parsons 58naason 79, Nichols 61 Clark 86, coast guard 76union, n.y., 75, Middlebury 65 Salem St. 75, Boston St. 63fairfield 76, Bridgeport 74 Quin Lipiac 95, Bridgewater 81fort Hays St. 93, Pittsburg Kan., 63 Western Maryland 100, Gallaudet 86middle Tennessee 83, e. Kentucky 81 Missouri Rollas 73, Central Missouri 63southern Illinois 71, Northern Mich. 57 Brooklyn Coll. 85, Marlat 82mt St. Mary s 72, american 64, Over time Rhode Island Coll. 90, s. Conn. 95clark, ga., 102, Morris Brown 68 Howard Payne 104, Mcmurry 97 Southwest Texas St 97, Sam Houston St. 81 southwestern 71, Texas lutheran 65western Carolina 103, Elan 73 Hardin Simmons 108, okla. City 89friends 68, southwestern Kan., 67 Kansas Wesleyan 97, College of Empo la 80 Swarthmore 66, Haverford 59dickinson, n.d., 104, Ellendale 71 Huron 87. Black Hills 69rockford 96, Trinity 111., 89 Idaho St. 68, Gonzaga 65 Westminster Utah 110, Northwest Nazarene 92 Wisconsin Milwaukee 98, 75 Oshkosh 102, River Falls 86wheaton 83, Carthage 81 Stout 109, Whitewater 93st. Norbert do Loras 72 Carroll wis., 81, augustan m., 74la Crosse 101. Superior 78 Platteville 92, eau Claire 54northland 93, Lakehead Canada 67 Marshall 80, Northern Illinois 72fairmont St. 121, w. A. Wesleyan 68 West Virginia St. 94, Concord 84shepherd 101, Slippery Rock 91 Salem w. A. 94, Beckley 85johns Hopkins 88, Dickinson 77 Norfolk St. 140, St Paul s 108armstrong St. 87, West Georgia 73 Morehouse 72, Knoxville 65bethel, Kan. 62, Ottawa Kan., 53 Roanoke 76. Baltimore 70sul Ross 64, East Texas St 57 Stephen f. Austin 84, Texas a i 80st Edward s 88, Texas Wesleyan 82 Bloomsburg 88, Millersville 78gettysburg 81, Lehigh 75 Lycoming us Quantico marines 91mansfield 85, West Chester 73 East Stroudsburg 101, Shippensburg 74albright 75, Franklin & marshal 70 Cheyney 62, Kutztown 58elizabethtown 82, Juniata 61 Scranton 82, Drexel 65seattle 67, Texas Elpaso 65 Ohio 70, Miami. Ohio. 68greenville 87, Blackburn 82 Lincoln pa., 70. Rutgers s. Jersey 59del. Valley 90, Phila. Pharmacy 71 Frostburg St. 85bowie St. 60iowa Wesleyan 111, Aurora 111., 86 Kentucky Southern 86, Principia 73oneonta St 73, Stony Brook 68 Michigan lutheran 67, Walsh 58adelbert 56, Bethany 53 Wofford 77. Presbyterian 66high Point 81, Lenoir Rhyne 72 Newport news apprentice 74, Louis Burg 70 Niagara 100. St. Peters ., 88toledo 72, East Carolina 55 Muhlenburg 121, ursinus 72berry 62, Valdosta St 52 Virginia Union 73, Hampton inst. 69geneva 92, Point Park 74 Edinboro 97, California pa., 75thiel 85, John Carroll 68 Indiana pa., 80, Alliance 68lincoln memorial 80, ill Logan 60 Stetson 82, Mercer 63southern miss. 108, Florida Southern 88 Lona 84, St. Francis n.y., 45atlantic Christian 119, Newberry 89 Marietta 78, Heidelberg 67mit 88. Catholic 67 Suffolk 89, Bryant 85southeastern mass. Tech 85, Windham 70 Delson 68, Wittenberg 64, overtime Anderson 79, Franklin 78 Rose poly 89, Illinois Coll. 75hanover 78, Indiana Central 74 Grace 105, St. Francis ind., 88 tournament Dixie conference championship St. Andrews 77, Lynchburg 75consolation Greensboro 100, methodist 87 Hocke Cornell 14. Dartmouth 2 Mit 2, Amherst 1merrimack 3, Colgate 2 Buffalo 3, Oswego 2, overtime Hamilton 9, Ithaca 1 Princeton 2, Yale 0michigan tech 4, Michigan 2 St. Lawrence 6, Harvard 4minnesota to 5 Wisconsin 16, notre Dame 2denver 8, North Dakota 2 array 6. Boston University 2massachusetts 8, holy Cross 4 Rensselaer 4, new Hampshire 1 never got out Columbus Ohio up Robert Hughes took the Hor ror of the vietnamese Warthe Only Way he could. He laughed about the recon Naissance missions through the Jungle joked about spiderwebs about the size of pack aging string cleverly de scribed the traffic problems in a land of army trucks motorcycles and water Buff alas. Ill try and stay out of the Woods whenever possible army spec. 4 Hughes protein a continuing diary to his Mother in Westerville Ohio after a reconnaissance tour. After All look what happened to Little red Riding letters were compiled under the title Vietnam diary or no wonder Tarasi left the diary is regretfully dedicated to Robert s. Mcna Mara who made the whole thing possible read the dedication. But the 20-year-old Soldier could t hide the Way the death of a Comrade affected him. A platoon on patrol a ambushed and its , the whole Atmos phere reminds of i time president Kennedy was assassinated he wrote Home when i get Back to the world. I going to go to school and find out who peo ple Are so stupid. Why they fight stupid Little wars " in never got the Chance. Hews killed last week by Small arms fire near Khiem Cuong South Vietnam. Takes Sharp new York a the Rece Tviet Cong offensive has resulted in a Sharp decline in the number of people who say they approve of president Johnson s perform Ance the Gallup poll reported to the latest poll taken after the offensive that hit South vietnamese cities Only 41 per cent of those questioned said they approved of Johnson performance. A month earlier he had received approval from48 per cent. This Marks one of the Sharp est declines Over a period of three to four weeks yet recorded for president Johnson Gallup said. And it ends a three month upward trend in his popularity Philadelphia a High winds ripped a huge Hole in the roof of the spectrum Philadelphia s new sports Are a saturday while nearly 11,000spectators were in their seats for the Start of a matinee performance of the Icecap Ades. None of the spectators was injured. A number of persons in nearby parking lot were struck by flying debris but their injuries were reported As minor. It sounded like an airplay going Over then parts of the roof started falling in and peo ple started screaming said Marilyn Flecker of Philadel phia who was in the audience. After they calmed Down every one left the building in orderly afternoon and evening performances of the Icecap Dessere cancelled. The incident occurred about15 minutes before the afternoon performance was scheduled tos cirt the weather Bureau said wind gusts of 49 p.h. Were re corded at the president Hal free Man said the decision to cancel Carbon tetrachloride ban proposed by Fra Washington up the government has moved to ban the household cleaner Carbon tetrachloride from interstate com food and drug administration Fra proposed that the chemical and mixtures con Taining it be banned As Hazard Ous to health and that its use in fire extinguishers be prohibited. Saturday s matinee and evening performances was made after a conference with the spectrum staff and the show s manage ment and for the safety of the Public. Engineers were called in to inspect the damage. By Roseman promotion director of the spectrum said he heard a tremendous noise sounded unnatural and i knew something was wrong. I ran out to one of the open areas and i saw Ope space at the West end. I could see the roof had Given estimated the winds Tore a 50-by-150 foot Hole in thereof. Freeman said the wind ripped off some Concrete abutments then rolled across the roof and Tore the gaping Hole in the West end Over the spectators seats. Aide of Eichmann to be tried again Vienna a the 1966 acquittal of Franz Novak a War time aide of Adolf Eichmann inthe mass extermination of jews has been declared invalid by the austrian supreme court on grounds that the Law was no sufficiently explained to the court handed the Case Back to the lower court which Mea snovak will have a re trial. The Date of the trial to be his third is not known. In an october 1966 re trial Novak was acquitted of charges of committing Public deeds of violence As a transport official in mass deportations of jews to nazi concentration Camps. Memphis Tenn. A Ashot was fired saturday at a garbage truck manned by re placement workers As a racial political struggle grew in connection with a week old strike by City sanitation workers. Police said the shot from a unknown source was fired at a truck moving under police escort through the a town area seeking to Clear rising mountains of stinking refuse from streets and alleys there were no injuries. Nearly 15,000 tons of trash and refuse has piled up in this City of 700,000 since were these other developments leaders of the county largest negro political and so Cial organization the Shelby county democratic club urged civil disobedience to support the1,300 strikers virtually All strikers conducted a mass strategy meeting but called off a planned saturday March through downtown Mem Phis. The National association forthe advancement of coloured people along with leaders of other Memphis labor unions said picketing efforts to bloc the few garbage trucks still Roll ing and an All night City Hall Vigil still Are planned for monday. Jerry Wurf president of the striking american federation of state county and municipal employees announced he would Fly Here monday from new York to try to help Settle the Henry Loeb elected last october despite almost sol id opposition from the City s 80,000 negro voters has denounced the strike As illegal. He says no settlement is possible until the strikers return. State sen. Joe Pipkin Memphis Democrat said he will introduce a measure in the legislature next week making strikes by Public employees Ille .the a act in addition to calling for the All night Vigil threatened to stage a phone in demonstration in an Effort to Block City Hall Telephone lines unless action is taken by the City to end the strike. Picks Frank Pace Washington a presi Dent Johnson has named Frank Pace jr., former Secretary of the army and former director of the budget Bureau to be chairman of the new Public broadcasting White House announced saturday night the selection of Pace and of 12 other members of the 15-member Board. Two members or. Milton Eisen Hower president emeritus of Johns Hopkins University and or. James Killian jr., chairman of the corporation Massachusetts Institute of technology were announced previously the Public broadcasting corporation was set up by Legisla Tion last nov. 7 to provide Finan Cial assistance for noncommercial educational television an radio broadcasting

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