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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - January 10, 1968, Darmstadt, HesseThe stars and stripes Page 21 helping hand Denis Hulme of new zealand Worl Champion racing Driver gets help from a Spectator after he crashed his car in a spectacular 150-mile-per-hour wreck during the running of sunday s new zealand grand prix. Hulme was taken to the Hospital with a concussion cuts and bruises. His condition was later reported As satisfactory. Hulme s countryman Chris Amon driving a Ferrari won the race which was held Atuk Kohe in Auckland. A photo Urcla regains unanimity Houston 2nd in up ballot new York up High an mighty Urcla regained unanimous College basketball Supre Macy tuesday when the nation s coaches gave the unbeaten ruins every first place vote for the fifth time this season to again easily outdistanced hous ton in the sixth weekly rating for 1967-68. Coach John wooden s invincible forces who Are 10-0 this season and Are currently Riding 44-game win string which is the second longest in the history of the collegiate game were named to the top spot on Ever ballot cast by United press International s 35 m e m b e aboard of coaches to Roll up a perfect 350 Points. A week ago the clans received 34 first place votes and 348 Points when upstart Oklahoma City landed the other Trail by 39 Houston rolling along with a15-0 Mark retained second place for the sixth week in arow by receiving All but two second place votes. The Cougar thereby Cut the clans Lead from 43 to 39 after the top two losses by Vanderbilt ranked third Las week and Oklahoma City no. 8 a week ago set off a Chain in Ivel scoring race Hull Mikita share Halfway Money new York up Bobby Hull and Stan Mikita of the Chicago Black Hawks picked up their first 1967-68 hockey league div one tuesday for their prolific scoring and Mikita Are tied for the scoring Lead with 48 Point apiece at the Halfway Mark of the Campaign and As top Point makers share in the automatic $750 awarded by the league tothe leading scorer. Hull will receive $500 and Mikita $250.the higher amount goes to the player with the most goals i there is a tie in scoring. The other $250 of the $1,000 in"automatic1 the no Between Young goalies Doug Favell and Bernie Parent of the Philadelphia flyers for their combined efforts of allowing half season Low of 77 goals. Hull who became Only the fourth nil player to score 400 Money donated by will be divided Bobby not Likely to forget 401st Chicago a Bobby Hull won t remember his 400th goal More than his 401st. The Chicago Black Hawks Golden Jet became Only the fourth player in National hockey league history to score 400 goals As the Hawks Defeated Boston 4-2 sunday night. His 400th, coming in his let season put him in the charmed Circle with Detroit s Gordei Howe 667 in his 22nd season former Montreal Star Maurice Richard 544 in 18 before retiring and Jean Beliveau of Mon Treal 413 in 15. Of course i was thinking about my 400th goal but i could t look at it As a big Deal not like the time i first got 60 in a season or when i broke the 50-Toai record a few years ago. Goal that re never with Hawk Captain Pierre pics the penalty Box Chicago oni 8 to protect a 8 2 Lead Lote Only seconds of the game left Boston coach Harry Sinden to then Eric Nesterenko pulled the puck free from a scramble and fed it up to the streaking Hull who was breaking near the Boston Bench. As Hull was about to move int Boston ice Cheevers from his seat on the Bench reached Outwith his goalie stick and hit Bobby s stick knocking the puck free. Referee Vern Buffy promptly signalled an automatic goal for Hull because of the Bench inter Ference. But Bobby regained the disk and eased it into the Cage anyway. I knew that under those conditions a goal is supposed to be automatic but i could t be sure the ref saw it so i just kept go ing said Hull.t11 never forget that one. I was the most astounded Guy on the Hawk coach Billy Reay said that the goal was really some thing for the last time i remember anything like it was in the early1840s in the Quebec senior league he recalled. The goalie who had been pulled jumper All the Way off the Bench an checked a Guy going in. I Haven seen anything Goin Ulike it goals when he tallied twice sunday night leads the league his season with 31 goals. The Chicago Star has 17 assists to to with his scoring figure. Reaction that altered the next seven spots. In the balloting Bas a on games played through Jan. 6, North Carolina. Kentucky an Tennessee each moved up a notch All three leapfrogging past Vanderbilt which dropped to sixth after falling before Kentucky 94-78. Utah dropped from a tie for sixth to seventh and was followed by new Mexico and , the top 10 s two new entries who soared fro deep in the second 10 a wee c ago to the eighth and ninth spots respectively. Davidson remained 10th.heading the second 10 this week is Columbia which dropped two places despite a pair of College cagers predominant in olympic trials new York a pet Newell chairman of the nation Al collegiate athletic association s basketball committee said monday the colleges would be permitted to provide half the players competing in the olym Pic trials at . April 4-6. Albuquerque Bobby Hull. Fourth with 400 Mikita scored 24 goals and Hada like number of assists in games through sunday. Boston s amazing Bruins have four players in the scoring column from third through sixth with Fred Stanfield s 41 Points the 40 each by Johnny Bucy Kand John Mckenzie and Phil Esposito s 39 Points. Stanfield s29 assists Are High for the league. The leaders a up. 1. B. Hull. Chicago 81mikita. Chicago 24 3. Tai id old Uoc too 13 4. Bucyk Bouton 20mekunale. Boston 10 6. Kapo Atto Boston 197. We ram Chicago. 13 8. How. Detroit a Delvecchio Detroit. U 10. Walton Toronto u Gilbert new York. M 17 24 29 20 30 20 2ft 1 m 14 48 18 41 40 4u 3d 88 87 97 86 86 the colleges will be allowed four 11-Man squads in the trials the University of California ath Letic director said while single teams will be entered by Therau the armed services the Junior colleges and the four 11-Man squads will be All Star teams picked fro the various Newell said. First there will be 60 or More players picked and these will play exhibitions starting March 25. In Louisville Evans Ville ind., and the squads will be reduced to 4411 on each an four coaches will be named to handle the College squads Newell said three will be made up of University division teams and the other from the Small Colleg division. . Speed skaters to Start tryouts West Allis was. Up the men s 500 meter1 race and the women s 3,000 meter race thursday will open United states olympic Speed skating trials atthe olympic style rink at state fair Park. Trials will continue through Jan. 17, with the men s olympic team to be chosen that Day an the women s team the Day be fore. Coach Ken Henry s women squad will leave new York Jan. 20 for Helsinki Finland to participate in the world Champion ships. The men s team will leave Jan. 23 for Davos Switzerland and Competition in pre olympic events. There will be 26 skaters i thursday s trials and the leading men contenders in the first of four 500 meter trials include Neil Blatchford Tom Gray Terr Mcdermott Mike Passerella and de Field for the women s 3,000 meter event numbers 18, and the favourites Are Jeanne Ashworth Diane Holum and Jean ome Lenchuk. Easy Ivy league , unanimously no. 1 in pc season balloting opened its Pacific eight Campaign by crushing Washington and Washington state and Houston was just As convincing in thumping Michigan by 26 Points and Centenary by 30 As the two giants moved toward their head to head clash at the Astrodome on Jan. 20. North Carolina 9-1 received majority of the third place votes and a healthy smattering of fourth place votes to move into third place after whipping Wake Forest and Duke the tar heels major Atlantic coast conference rival. Kentucky 8-1, made its Only game of the week a big one by Downing Vandy and receiving241 Points for its effort96 More than a week up ratings with to ext place votes and records of Kames Pluard through Jan. 0 in parentheses team point1. Urcla 35 10-0 3m 2. Houston 15-0 311 3. North Carolina 91 2684. Kentucky 8-1 241 5. Tennessee 7-1 1180. Vanderbilt 10-2 2 7. Utah 11-1 07 8. New Mexico 13-0 70. St. Bonaventuro 11-0 03 10. Davidson 0-3 58 second 10 11. Columbia us 12.ixnilkvllle 3ft 13. Kunnas 2.v. M. Wyoming 17 is. By. John 11 10. Part Coton 10 17.Boston Colluro and Western Ken Turkey 0 10. Tic Oklahoma City and to Xii Elpaso 8. Others receiving five or morn Points in order of their totals puke Indiana Lasalle Ohio state and . Bruins cougars stay 1-2in associated press poll by the associated press two unbeaten teams Ucland Houston remain one two while two other unbeaten and new Mexico advanced slightly monday inthe associated press major College basketball , 10-0, again Drew All but one first place vote an amassed a total of 389 Points for the no. 1 spot in the top , 15-0, got the other first place vote and compiled351 Points for second. North Carolina 9-1, remained no. 3, and Kentucky climbed from fifth to fourth replacing Vanderbilt. In this week s games Urcla North Carolina and Kentucky will be on the plays at California Fri Day night and at Stanford Satur Day night North Carolina goes to North Carolina state wednes Day night and Clemson Satur Day night and Kentucky play sat Florida saturday night. Houston has Only one game at Home Friday night against West Texas Ai top ten with Flint Pla c Voli a in pare thetic i carom or coins of sunday Juii. 7, Puiul total 1. Urcla Cis 1001. Cua 3h 10 0 2. Houa Toi 1 Lfl-0u. North curule us 4. Kentucky he it. Tonnes he 7-1 huh 11-1 7. St. Bom venture 1108. Vanderbilt 102 9. Now Mexico 13010. Columbia 03 odium Rucoly Vilig votes muted alphabetically army Boston Collinu Cornell a old non l Roku Duke i Voiku Kaima it Hallett Lou Uvelli. Mauiu Etc Ohio Tatu okla Iosua City. Urc Toni Batto i run Caton 8t. John s n.y.,l Uto Toledo West a Kentucky. 380380 301 2m183 1m 114 m 44 snorts stars to be feted Washington a Harmo Killebrew of the Minnesota twins coach John Kauch of the Oakland raiders and Lance a Worth of the Bun Diego chargers vill be honoured Jan. Is at the 33rd annual awards banquet of the touchdown club

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