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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - January 6, 1968, Darmstadt, HessePage 18 the stars and stripes saturday january 6, 196ft Piperis win near All time Streak record Louisville by. Up Pittsburgh moved to within two games of an All time professional basketball winning Streak by Downing Kentucky 107-98 thursday night. In the tumultuous american basketball association game played before 1,873, the pipers on their 15th straight game Only two less than the National basketball association record held by the Boston celtics an the old Washington capitols. The pipers blew an 18-Polntlead and Howard Bayne put the colonels briefly ahead 89-87 with6 20 to go in the game. Bui Connie Hawkins scored two of his game High 26 Points to tie it 89-89. Then Chico Vaughn a Pittsburgh ahead to stay with a jump stormed to an Early Lead with a 19-Polnt performance by Reserve Center Jim Ca id Well. But Art Heyman a Pittsburgh ahead at 26-21 with 1 02 left in the first period Lead that held up until Bayne s Williams helped the pipers with 25vaughn chipped Points while in 23 More Caldwell led Kentucky an Louie dumper and Randy Mahaffey each scored 17 Points Hoy Man benched briefly in the fourth Quarter went aftera heckling fan but police managed to break it up. Technical foul was called on the usually Cool Dampler during the hectic final stanza. Hawkins s 10-12 26 Logon Dayman it b-0 10 a co 4 1-2 0 Caldwell 11 2-3 20 Carrier 7 7-1023 dumper 3 2-a 8 Mahaffey 00-00 Ruml Bayne Noah Wahlon wll Llama Vaughn Harge Jarvela Oft 0-0 i1-8 84 18 4-4 i 8-4 it by 17 m 1-1 64 14 total 38 27-u 107 tour is 27-38 m Pittsburgh so 27 28 28107kentucky 87 0 81 so a Throe Point r Houston the 2j 28 in 87 Minnesota 17 �7 m m10t three Point goal Perry i. Fouled out none. Total rout Houston 16, Mann Iota 10. Attendance 1,808. Denver up the Denver rockets exploded in the second Quarter behind the leadership of guard Larry Jones and the shoot ing of Forward Wayne Hightowe thursday night to smash the new Orleans buccaneers,122-107. Just before the game new or leans coach Dave Mccarthy announced that he had named buc Caneer guard Larry Brown to the Western division squad forthe Aba All Star game making four bucs on the squad and the rockets took it As an affront. The rockets have Only one player Jones on the squad. Out rebounded the bucs Western division Leader were out muscled on the boards and out shot from the floors the second place rockets rolled u93-67, i period. Forward Doug Moe who had39 Points helped bring new or leans Back with a 43-Point final period to make the score respectable. Denver Rode up and Down the court in the first half to score 60 Points and give up Only 39points to the buccaneers. The rockets Orleans 64-41. P a Lead of 26 Points Ith 9 47 left in the third new Orleans Denver q f t Brown 4 2-3 10 High two 7 8-8 17 Murroll Moo Moreland Robbin Bra Naor. Govan Comeaux Mitchell 1019-2239 Beck 8 4-0 10 simmon5 2-2 12 40-38 Congdon 2 04 0 Hammond 0 0-1 12 14-40 Bowens 7 0-0 14 00-00 q f t b 8-1420 8 4-7 20 4 0-0 8 0 23 14 7-7 20 1 1-1 3 tour 30 34-44 107 total 50 22-33 inc new Orlean 17222843107 Denver 87 m m 38188 three Point out none. Total Foula new Orlena 21, Denver 28.attendance 3,633. Fischer to Louisville Boston a the Boston red sox announced they have sent right handed Pitcher Han Fischer to Louisville in the International league. Fischer Stout most of the 1967 season with Arm trouble. Brains tie for East Lead by slipping past flyers 3-2 Philadelphia a the Boston Bruins moved into a tie for first place in the National hockey league s East division by edging the Philadelphia flyers 3-2 thursday night on Phil Asp Oslo s goal with 3 51 minutes Victory gave Boston 45 Points Good for a deadlock with stars and stripes Aba will not consider Mathis Frazier Winner As heavyweight Champ new Orleans la. A the world boxing association assailed thursday plans for Joe Frazier Buster Mathis fight that will be considered a heavy weight championship match in the eyes of the new York an Massachusetts commissions. Emile Bruneau chairman of the Aba s world s Champion ship committee said the we definitely would not consider the match As a fight for the championship. However he said in statement should new York and Massachi and other states want to have Champion ship contests and wind up with synthetic titles this is their botox set for award at so Louis St. Louis up Dick Williams manager of the Champion Boston red so of the american league will receive the sporting news manager of the year award Jam 25 at the an Nual dinner of the St. Louis baseball writers. It was announced thursday. Williams a St. Louis native guided the red sox to the american league Pennant in his first year As will share the dais with the St. Louis Cardi nals red schoendienst manager of the team which beat Boston in the world series. Schoendienst will receiving another award. But Bruneau said certainly this Type of disunity ultimately can Only prove Adver Seto what is Best for boxing he said the Aba s current heavyweight elimination tournament would produce a Winner that with recognition of the Aba will be universally accepted As heavyweight Champi on the Aba tournament is a splendid example of crowning Champion through very demo Crati said. Processes,7 Brun auevery heavyweight con tender rated publicly by thew a was invited1 to the Tournai was offered every Opportunity to participate improve his right As a top con tender. He stubbornly refuse while All other contenders fought their Way As sportsmen and the elimination tournament instill under Way. It began after the Aba stripped Cassius Alayof his title when he refused to accept induction into the . Clay has since been convicted for violation of selective service Laws. He is free on Bond pending Appeal of the conviction. Week of March 4the Frazier Mathis fight is to be held in the week of March 4in the new Madison Square Garden Center in new York. On the same card will be a second title fight Between middleweight Champion Emile Griffith of new York and Italy s Nino said that since this will be the third title match be tween Griffith and Benvenuti it is doubtful whether it will be recognized by the the Aba has succeeded inthe last few years in breaking up monopolistic return bout practices and the return bout Between Griffith and Benvenut savors of a return to the old obnoxious Akron reaches Cage finals Philadelphia up parked by former St. Bon Uvyn Airo Star Miles Aiken real Madrid of Spain Defeated simmental of Milan Italy 93-84, thursday night to gain the finals of the third world cup Amateur basketball tournament. The defending world Cham Ion Akron Goodyear trounced Uota Fogo de Futol of Rio Dejaneiro Brazil in the opener of he doubleheader 84-52. The winners meet for the Champion ship saturday night at the spectrum. After real Madrid had almost blown a 15-Point Lead in the second half Aiken scored 10straight Points to pull his team out of danger. Simmental rallied to Cut its deficit to 72-71 with 6 35 remaining but the Naiken took command. Aiken finished with 30 Points to Lead the winners. Emiliano Rodriguez added 20 More. Craig Raymond former Brigham Young University Star led simmental with 24 Points before fouling out with 7 58 left to play. The Goodyear went ahead to stay at 8-6 with 14 17 remaining in the first half and held a 38-21lead at halftime. Bota Fogo trailed 47-31 with 13minutes remaining and then the Goodyear erupted for 15straight Points to make the game a Complete rout. Tom Duff John Schroeder and Randy Berentz scored is Points each to Lead the cached 7-foot-9 a nude Center scored 10 Points to Leadbon Tafoyo. The Chicago Black Hawks. The flyers maintained a four Point Lead Over the los Angeles Kin rain the West division. Esposito s goal his second of the game finished off a three Man breakaway As the Bruin caught Philadelphia with Only Larry Zeidel Back on defens Tommy Williams and Teddy Green set up Esposito for Tho perfect passage. Philadelphia took a 1-0 Lead on Lou Angott s 30-foot goal at 16 42 of the first period. Bosto tied it at 2 52 of the second when Williams came from be Hind the net to Knock a rebound past flyer goalie Bernie Parent. The game came to life at 8 02of the third period when Espohl. To s 18th goal of the year also set up by Williams and Green gave the Bruins a 2-1 advantage. Philadelphia out shot by 41-22 in the game then put units Best rally with Brit Selby Knotting the score of 2-2 at the10 16 Mark. Pittsburgh a Goalsby Billy Dea and Andy Bathgate within 28 seconds of each other carried the Pittsburgh penguins to a 4-3 Victory Over the los an Geles Kings in a National hockey league game thursday night. With the scored tied 2-2 mid Way through the final period Dea hit on his second goal to put the penguins Back in front. Bath Gate followed up with what proved to be the winning goal getting assists from Dea and Earl i Garfield. Held had three assists a penguins handed Loo an Geles its sixth straight penguins started the string of losses with an identical 4-3victory Over the Kings Christ Mas Joyal staked the Kings to a 1-0 first period Lead on his 10thgoal of the season. Pittsburgh came Back with goals by Ken Schinkel and Dea in the second. Defens Eman Bob Wall screen shot put the Kings Back in a 2-2 tie before the Penguin added their two rapid fire Macdonald scored the Kings last goal. Detroit a Rookie Doug Roberts and Veteran Dor die Howe each scored two goals and two assists As the Detroit red wings routed the Oakland seals ,9-3 thursday night for their fourth straight National hockey league Victory. The Triumph moved Detroit into sole Possession of fourth place in the Eastern division one Point ahead of Idle new York. The loss was the 10th in the last 11 games for Oakland in eluding a scoreless tie wit Pittsburgh. Oakland is last in the Western seals shut out in their last four games ended a score less string of 276 minutes 151 seconds when Alain Caron beat Detroit net under Roy Edwards with a 25-foot snapshot for his sixth goal at 8 26 of the first period. It was the first Oakland goal i since Billy Holcke scored for Oakland at 12 11 of the second period in a 6-3 loss at Boston Christmas tied the score with his sixth goal of the season at Thel 11 12 Mark of the first period.1the red wings took the lend for Good 45 seconds later when ale Ift Elvecchio took a pass Fronel Gary Bergman and skated in All alone beating Oakland goalie Gary Smith at close had three assists

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