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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - February 25, 1968, Darmstadt, HessePage 22 the stars and stripes la world s 880 r sunday february 25, 1968 Oakland Calif. Up Fleet quartet of girls from the los Angeles Mercur ettes set world record of 1 45.1 in the 880 Yards sprint Medley relay Friday night at the National aau indoor track and Fiel championships stealing the show from some of America smore glamorous competitors. The foursome of Jervis Scott Pernetta Glenn Dee Debusk and Barbara Ferrell clipped 1.5seconds off the old world indoor Mark set Only a year ago by Tennessee state. The Tennessee girls were second this time in 1 45.8 with the Laurel track club and the Seattle dynamics far Back in third and fourth. Gaines sparkles the record performance too some of the glitter off a pair of sparkling achievements by Bill Gaines and miss Ferrell in the men s and women s 60 Yard ashes and an aau record Matching pole vault of 17 feet inches by Dennis Phillips of Oregon state. Gaines caught up in the final strides to beat Mel fender and John Carlos in a photo finish Aspall three clocked 6 seconds Flat. The time equalled the Oakland coliseum Arena record and was Only one tenth of a second off the world Mark which Gaines shares with Bob Hayes Sam Perry Darel Newman Charlie Greene and Jim Hines. Dalton Leblanc Rene mat Sonand Willie Turner completed the 60 Field All clocking 6.1.Hines does t qualify Hines failed to qualify for the final and Greene who entered did not show f Var Jiva re Iff another casualty was Russia s highly regarded Vladislov Sape a who finished sixth and last in a semifinal Ferrell won the women s 60-dash, taking the event in thearen equalling record time of 6.7 seconds. She beat Vilma sex Ohio u. Star Dies Waverly Ohio a Fred Moore former basketball Star at Ohio University die wednesday after suffering from cancer for More than a year. Hews 32. Moore played for Ohio from 1955 to 1957 and is still the Holder of three school scoring re cords. Charleton Willye White world record Holder wyomia Tyus Mattline Render and Rhonda Fleming. Miss Tyus world Mark is 6.5. She was caught in 6.9 this time. A total of 11 titles was decide Friday in the first half of the two Day show. Fifteen will be decide saturday. Phillips of Oregon state tie the aau indoor pole vault record when he won the event at 17%. Erkki must Akari of Fresno stat and Finland was second at 16-6 and Russia s Gennady Blinne Tsovas third also at 16-6. Bob Seagren the world indoor record Holder at 17 4 4 and the defending Champion bowed outta 16-feet,even after suffering a minor injury in a Warmup Charleton came Back 40 minutes later to take the women s 220 title in 25.1. Defending Champion Una of muskies victim Rig quit after 50 Yards with pulled muscle in her left thigh. The Long jump title was retained by Bob Beamon at 26 11&. Russia s Tony Lepik was second at 25-1134. Ralph Boston for the first time in his Lon career fouled on All three preliminary jumps and was Dis qualified. Ron Laird of the new . Took the men s mile walk in 6 16.9 As Don Denoon who pipers boost Eastern Lead Pittsburgh up the Pittsburgh pipers moved a giant step closer to the american basketball association s Eastern division championship Friday night with a 110-102 Victory Over second place Minnesota. The their pipers winning who stretched Streak to six games now own a three game Lead Over the Burgh is 44-21 muskies. Pitts with 13 games left and Minnesota is 42-25 with11 to play. Chico Vaughn scored 29 points20 of them in the second half to Lead the Piper Hawkins had 26 and Tom Washington 20. Sam Smith Mel Daniels Andron Perry had 18 each for the muskies who played without regulars Les Hunter and Don Freeman out with jumped to a 7-0 Lead in the first Quarter but afield goal by Art Heyman put Pittsburgh ahead to stay at 1917. Pittsburgh s biggest Lead was 101-play. With four minutes to new Orleans a Wilie Murrell scored 29 Points to Ead the Denver rockets to a108-102 american basketball association Victory Over the new Orleans buccaneers Friday night. The bucs still Lead the Divi Sion by three games Over Dallas while Denver now is in third place trailing new Orleans by four games. Denver took an Early Lead sparked by Murrell who hit 25 Points in the first half. The rockets led 64-57 at intermission. New Orleans paced by Doug who had 32 Points kept pecking away at the Lead and tied the score at 99-99 with 3 20 left in the game. But the rockets pulled away As Lon Rise Wright made a jump shot to put Denver ahead to stay. The rockets also received Abig scoring punch from Wayne Hightower who had 27 Point Sand nine rebounds. Standings american basketball division won lost pet. Behin Pittsburgh 44 21 .677 Minnesota 42 25 .627 3 new Jersey 31 33 .484 12%indiana 32 35 .478 13 Kentucky 27 36 .429 16 Western division new Orleans. 40 25 .615 Dallas 35 26 .574 3denver 6 29 .554 4 Houston 24 41 .369 16 Oakland 1 39 .350 16%anaheim 21 43 .328 18% Friday result Denver 108, new Orleans 102 Pittsburgh 110, Minnesota 103only games scheduled National basketball Assn. Won lost pet. Behind 17 .748 22 .667 5% 33 .507 16 Philadelphia. 60boston 44 new york34 Cincinnati t 3idetroit30 Baltimore. 30 37 37 38 Western division .458.448 .441 2020% St. Louis .48 22 .688los Angeles. 30 27 .691 san Francisco 40 28 .580chicago 24 43 .358 Seattle 0 47 .299 san Diego 15 53 .221 Friday s result Philadelphia 138, Detroit 117 los Angeles 131, Cincinnati 115seattle 127, a n Diego 122st. Louis 118, Baltimore 110 san Francisco 127, Boston 122only games scheduled Western hockey league Friday s result Vancouver 6, Phoenix 4 Rochester Al 4, Seattle 3 Only games scheduled 7 7%22% 26%32 59 200 21755 194 216 51 185 175 64 191 18661 189 177 55 204 18655 179 185 american hockey league Eastern division w l t pts. Of a Hershey 26 21 7 59 203 179 Springfield 6 25 7providence 23 26 9 Baltimore 1 22 9 Western Divisio Cleveland 26 20 12 Rochester 6 20 9quebec 23 23 9 Buffalo 3 23 9 Friday result Baltimore 3, Hershey 2 Buffalo 3, Providence 1cleveland 3, Quebec 1 Rochester 4, Seattle we 3 Central hockey league Northern division w l t it. Of Gatula 29 16 10 68 213 177 Kansas City 24 23 7 55 178 180memphis 19 29 11 49 168 199 Omaha 1134 931130207 Southern division Oklahoma City 31 15 8 70 194 133 fort Worth. 27 18 9 63 193 147 Houston 22 25 10 54 176 178dallas 1 24 10 52 177 208 Friday s result Oklahoma City 4, Memphis i Only game scheduled Eastern hockey league Friday results Linton 5, Long Island i new Jersey 5, Johnstown 5greensboro 9, Knoxville 0 Charlotte 10, Florida 3only games scheduled. International hockey league Friday s results Des Moines 4, fort Wayne 3 Columbus 5, Muskegon 3 Only games scheduled scores basketball air Force 94, Denver 89 California 76, Oregon 64stanford 70, Oregon state 67, overtime Princeton 84, Harvard 72perm 60, Dartmouth 55 Columbia 73, Brown 46yale 83, Cornell 76 Virginia Union 108, Morgan state 80rhode Island 122, w. Maryland 112 Idaho 77, Montana 61hamilton 124, Utica 82 Norwich 79, Middlebury 74 Jacksonville 73, Mercer 67 Livingstone 92, Fayetteville state 68william Penn Iowa 77, Buena Vista 71 Grinnell 91, Lawrence 86 Biscayne 93, Florida tech 80doane 82, Midland 72 Hastings 102, Kearney 82pershtng 90, Tabor 81, overtime Drury 59, Tarkio mo., 55, overtime Hudson Valley 81, Canton tech 75, of cent Conn. 94, Jersey City St 89, of Bloomfield 87, Newark St. 85, of Louisiana tech 91, Centenary 84so. Colo. St. 102, new mex. Highlands 69 Western St., Colo., 88, Adams St 82 northeastern okla., 102, Central okla.,state 90 southwestern okla., 115, Langston 98panhandle, okla., 53, Phillips 49 Oklahoma Baptist 70, East Central,okla., 62okla. Christiari Coll. 89, Oral Roberta 78 Northern Michigan 83, Ferris state 48gonzaga, wash., 77, Montana St. 71 Colo. St. Col. 130, Colo. Mines 106south Dakota tech 67, Ellendale 66 Black Hills 87, Northern s.d., 85minot 93, Jamestown 85 William Jewell mo., 87, Central meth Odist mo., 81 Graceland 84, Westminster mo., 80 Sacramento St 62, san Francisco St. 56stanislaus St. 94, Tahoe Paradise 90 Lakeland 110, Eureka 73 St. Martin s too Seattle Pacific 86pepperdlne 82, St Mary a Calif., 71 us san Diego 65, Whittier 60chapman 78, Cal lutheran 67 san Diego St. 94, san Fernando valleys 69 Fresno St. 88, Fullerton St. 79sonoma St. 65, Chico St. 63, 3 overtimes Loyola los Angeles 85, Pacific 82cal poly so 90, Cal poly Pomona 89 us Riverside 73, Pasadena 711.08 Angeles St. 96, Long Beach St. 86 Nevada 71, Hayward St. 69uo Davia 93, Humboldt St. 88 Portland state 114, puget sound 98linfleld 110, Willamette 76 Ore. Technical 85, Ore. Coll. Of Edu cation 72 Eastern Oregon 82, George Fox 66southern Oregon 125, mount Angel 92 Cortland state 86, Pittsburgh state 69cornell, Iowa 98, Ripon 75 Wartburg 83, Dubuque 51knox 61, Beloit 53 Castleton it. 92, Johnson state 82southampton 79, Oneonta 70 Akron 63, Cleveland state 54monmouth, 111. 68, Coe 62 Geneseo state 73, Stony Brook 6p Salem state 102, Worcester state 81lowell state 96, Lowell tech 85 St. John Fisher 58, Fredonia state 48kings, a. 78, Siena 69 Wilt Rolls by 25,000 Point Mark continued from Page 18 with six minutes remaining inthe game but were outscored 13-0 in the next four minutes of play. Seattle built a nine Point Lead,122-113, before the rockets could score again. Hazzard led All scorers with31 Points and Rule added 30. Art Williams led the rockets with 26points, his career High. Henry Finkel and Don Kojis both added 21 for the losers. St. Louis a an enraged Zelmo Beaty scored 31 Points to pull the St. Louis Hawks to a 118-110 Victory Over the Baltimore bullets Friday night in a National basketball association game. The High scoring Hawk Cente turned red hot after trading punches with Baltimore s Ray Scott. Beaty who hit All ten of his free throws in the first half was fouled near the end of the Hal by de Manning who replaced Scott after an angry verbal Exchange with Beaty. Then Baltimore s Gus John son was called for a technical foul. At the very end of the half Earl Monroe and coach Gene Shue of Baltimore both we recalled on penalties. Shue was ejected. Beaty made All the technical foul shots to bring the Hawks to a two Point halftime Lead. Heathen led a stunning St. Louis vault As the Hawks blew ahead by As much As 12 Points with four minutes gone in the third period. The bullets closed to within four Points late in the fourth period As Monroe hit for 10 of his25 Points. San Francisco a the san Francisco warriors broke their three game losing Streak with a come from behind 127-122 National basketball association Victory Over the bos ton celtics Friday night. The warriors were led by Clyde Lee who scored his Aba career High of 33 Points. Sanfrancisco trailed at the half 70 64 but took the Lead from the celtics late in the third period arid were never headed. The celtics closed to a 115-115tie with 2 51 remaining. The winners bounced ahead by six and the celtics came Back for a Quick four to make it 121-119.jeff Mullins hit a Field goal and Lee hit two free throws to Clinch the Victory. Top scorer for Boston was Tom Sanders with 25 Points. John Havlicek followed up with24. San Francisco Rookie Bill tur Ner played a spectacular game coming up with 18 Points an did exceptional work off the boards. Holds the world record at 6-102finished fourth in 6 262 Doris Brown of Seattle won the woman s mile run in 4 my Maren Seidler took the women shot put at 48-9, and Russ Valentin Gavrilov beat Steve Kelly and de Caruthers to win the men s High jump at 7ikelly and Caruthers cleared seven feet each. A Oakland a summaries of women s events in National aau in door track and Field championship. Ohday " " 601, Barbara Ferrell los Angelester Curette 6.7 ties Arena record 8ct Bywy Omla Tyus Willye White Ami per Rell. 2, Vilma Charleton Crown civic track club. 3, Willye White mayor Day youth foundation. 4, Wyo la ten Tennessee state. 5, Mattline Remler Tennessee state. 6, Rhonda Flemine Llouis blues. 2201, Vilma Charleton Crown cities to 25.1. 2, Nancy Beeson Valley of the Sun track club. 3, Jane Burnett snort International. Shot put1, Maren Seidler Shor athletic club 48-9 coliseum record old Mark 46-4%, Lynn Graham. Log Angeles Mercur ettes 1967. 2, Lyn Graham Mercur ettes 4sii. 3, Pat Winslow Crown cities to 45-9%. 4, Jania Camay Milbrae Lions club 44-2. Mile1, Doris Brown Falcon track club 4 50.1. 2, Marie Mulder will s spiketteg4 55.6. 3, vial Foltz Falcon track club 4 56.7. 4, Maureen Dickson unattached5 09.2. 880 sprint Medley relay1, los Angeles Mercur ettes Jervis Scott Pernett Aglenn Dee Debusk Barbara Farrell 1 45.1 world indoor record old Marl 1 46.6, Tennessee state 1967. 2, Tennes see state 1 45.8. 3, Laurel track club1 49. 4, Seattle dynamics 1 50.3. Oakland Calif. A summary often s events in National aau indoor track and Field championships Friday 601, Bill Gaines Santa Clara Valley youth Village 6.0. 2, Mel Pender . Army 6-0. 3, John Carlos a vyv 6-0. 4,Dalton Leblanc Houston strides. 5, Rene Matison new Mexico track club. 6, Willie Turner Oregon state. Mile walk1, Ron Laird new Yor athletic club 6 16.9 2, Don Totheroh Southern California strides 6 23.3. 3,Larry Young so strides 6 24.7. 4, Don Denoon so strides 6 26.2. Pole vault1, Dennis Phillips Oregon state 17% ties aau indoor and coliseum record set by Bob Seagren so. Cali fornia 1967. 2, Erkki must Akarl Fresno state 16-6. 3, Gennadiy Bliz Nemtsov rus Sia 16-6. 4, Gerri Moro so strides Lti-0. Long jump1, Bob Braman u Texas Elpaso 26-11% ties aau and coliseum record Beamon 1967 2, Tony Lepik Russia 25-11%. 3, Gayle Hopkins Pasa Dena athletic association 25-5. 4, Tom Chiton Knoxville track club 24-10 i. High jump1, Valentin Gavrilov rus Sia 7-1. 2, Steve Kelly Oregon state 7-0. 3, de Caruthers Pacific coast club 7-0.4, Otis Burrell so strides 6-10. Two mile relay1, new York . George Germann Matteo curl Luira Herbert Germann and Frank Tomeo 7 39.3. 2, Southern California 7 39.3. 3, army 7 44.9. 4, Pacific coast club,7 49.2. Ellis Harrelson tie for Diamond Golf Lead Miami Fla. A defend ing Champion Sam Ellis and Ken Harrelson of the Boston red sox carded 79 s Friday to tie for the second round Lead of the 72-Hole National baseball players Golf championship. Their 155 total gave them four stroke Lead Over first Day Leader Jack Sanford Clevelan Indian pitching coach and at Lanta outfielder Gary Geiger. Ellis who will pitch for the California Angels bogeyed eight times and failed to card on Birdie. Harrelson. Two time win Ner of the event had nine bogeys three birdies and took a double bogey on the eighth Hole tournaments8eac semifinal Savannah state 133, Fla. Memorial 10j Maryland intercollegiate . Teachers 84, Gallaudet 62 Frostburg St. 97, Bowie St. 77southeastern athletic conference semifinal Albany state 100, Voorhees n.y., 89 All Marine championship Quantico 95, Hawaii 80 hockey Michigan state 5, Minnesota 2 Boston u. 6, Clarkson 2 Middlebury 13, Amherst 1st. Lawrence 7, Providence 2 northeastern 6, Rensselaer poly 4

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