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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - January 14, 1968, Darmstadt, HesseJanuary 14, 1968 the stars and stripes Page 21 Lead padded hums topple flyers., 95-9o, for 15th win re ii i la Bennington staff writer Ramstein Germany Sjoo Williams and the ram pin rams wrecked Wiesbaden s second half spurt and turned irk inc , 95-90, in a give and Lako Safe Germany con rence basketball Headliner Here Friday nit Fht before an estimated 2 500 fans. Ii was the 15th Victory for the defending Safe champions against a Lone defeat suffered atthe hands of these same flyers before Christmas. And it planted somewhat erratic rams i firmly in the Driver s seat forthe conference scramble leading Lup to the Safe showdown scheduled Here feb. 10-15. Wies Wen is now 12-3.the Home standing rams Atterson lifts Wiesbaden by figers 72-59 Sembach Germany special Pirn Patterson sparked a second half comeback As the Wiesbaden layers Defeated the Sembach figers 72-59, Here saturday in Safe Germany conference Lanie. The flyers trailed by one Point the half 33-32, but Patterson de the attack As the flyer stormed Back to notch their 13th Victory in 16 conference starts. Patterson finished with 23points. Conrad Lippincott scored 22 tread Sembach which is now 8-9 n conference play. In a game Friday Delonza licks scored 28 Points As sem rach whipped the Rhine main rockets 75-59, Here. Lippincott had 19 Points to Aid Embach s Victory. The tigers railed at the half 30-29. The loss dropped Rhine main to a 5-10 Ledger. Standings Safe Germany conference won lost pet. I Sag 3 .813 3 .800 " 4 .733 7 6 .538 8 10 .375 5 10 .333 2 12 .143 1 10 .0 1 14 .067 us Biuk. Tar Mil in it Lin Friday s results Amsl. In 90 75. Klun main 59 � " " us ult Burk unreported a Tui Day s result 59wl.-k.,."1" might have been looking ahead Early As they frittered away a 10-Point halftime Lead and had to pull out All stops in the last 10 minutes to shoot Down the inspired flyers. It was Williams who looks More like a fullback than a basketball Center in the chief wrecking role As Sank 16 free throw attempts without missing and added five Field goals for a game High of 26 Points. The 6-foot, 2inch, 201-Poundwest Virginia Bruiser scored 17 of his Points in the first Hal while leading the rams to a 45-35 break advantage. He did t shoo much in the Early second half scramble but when things go trough and precarious came through with six More clutch Charity shots and a driving two Pointer to get the rams Over the Hump. Scrambling finish the scrambling finish was afar cry from the beginning when both clubs obviously keyed Upland tense for their second show Down failed to Register an Points on the scoreboard in the first three and a half minutes. Wiesbaden got rolling first an grabbed a 10-3 Lead before ram Stein finally found the Range. Wil Liams hit six foul shots and two baskets for 10 Quick Points in one2%-Miniite stretch and play Mak ing Ace Jerry Curtis chalked up four fast tallies just before the half As the rams barged into their 10-Point intermission Lead. Ramstein gained its biggest spread 12 Points at 55-43 with 17 minutes to play Early in the second half before the flyers made their move. Ford connects Ray Ford Ernie Faison an Dave Wimberly led the Wiesbaden drive. Ford hit three Fiel goals from outside Faison and Wimberly each added a pair an the flyers were suddenly on top again 64-63 with 11 minutes built the Lead to five Points 72-67 thanks to a pair of goals by Wimberly before the rams came up with a rally of their own to forge ahead again and pull out the win. Ford picked up a Goat tag whence was credited with a goal for the opposition on a rebounds rap. That tied the count at 73-73 and it was tied again at 74-74 Wiesbaden Ramstein q f t q f Patterson 3 9-14 if Blanks 4 1-1 9 Wimberly 10 2-4 22 Curtla 8 6-7 16 outland 5 0-0 10 Reed 6 3-4 15 key 1 1-2 3 Williams 5 16-16 26 Hriblan 0 0-0 0 King 2 4-7 8 Ford 6 0-2 12 Mackey 6 3-4 13 Ross 1 1-2 3 Pinkney 1 4-6 8 Nolley 2 3-4 7 Moore 1 0-0 2 totals 28 37-45 95 Faison 8 0-0 16 1 Field goal cored totals 37 16-28 90 by opponent Wiesbaden 5 5590 Ramstein 45 5095 fouled out Wiesbaden Patterson out land Ramstein Blanks Reed. Totu.1 fouls Wiesbaden 28, Ramstein 20. Before Tom Reed put Ramst Einon top to stay at 75-74 with 6 30 remaining. Even after the rams built anew five Point Edge the flyers managed to Cut it to one 87-86,with 1 35 to go. But Oscar King hit a Charity toss and Curtis made Good on a pair from the free throw line to pad the margin. Williams sews it up Faison s Hook shot gave the flyers life but Williams drove in for a Basket and added a free throw to sew it up with 25 seconds to play. Wimberly was the top score for Wiesbaden with 22 Points 18 of them in the second added 16, Jim Patterson 15, Ford 12 and Clarence out land 10. Backing up Williams for therms was Curtis with 16, Reed 15 arid Corlis Mackey with accuracy made the difference in the end As ram Stein connected on 37 of 45 while the visiting flyers could make Good on Only 16 of 28. Safe ring meet slated at Chicksands 36 fighters entered Darmstadt Germany is three defending Cham pions a Man who moved up a notch in weight after winning the 1967 Safe and air Force worldwide bantamweight crowns a former Winner and a Novice Champion with open division ambitions feature the 1968 Safe boxing program slated for Chicksands a Jan. 15-18. Teams from the . And Continental conferences and four representatives of the Mediterranean area will vie in open and Novice bouts. All told 36 boxers will be shooting for championships. Two of the three defenders and the former Champion will Beo a Long the mitts for title us and al1 three made the 1968 Safe Field while boxing for Alconbury in be . Me Taaron Deweese won the 1967 welterweight championship and currently owns a 12-2 record and Frank Dixon sporting a15-5 Mark is Back to defend his Light middleweight Toga the former Champ Willie Farmer is a Veteran of 14 years inthe air Force ring wars. Farmer Safe Winner in 1966 and Intel service Champion in 1960, owns a 118-11 lifetime record. Tommy Griffin is the 1967 air Force Champion who move sup the weight ladder one rung to featherweight. The 67 Novice Champion trying his Luck in the open bracket is Light heavyweight Duke Bennett and the other defending Champion is Light welterweight Ivery Henderson. Griffith and Bennett represented Ramstein in the Continental eliminations and Henderson fought for Wiesbaden. Leafs seeking 1st Victory in nil All Star classic Toronto a the to Ronto Maple Leafs will be seek ing their first Victory in a National hockey league All Star game tuesday night in the an Nual classic Matching the de fending Stanley cup champions and top players from the other 11 nil clubs. The All Star team for the expanded circuit s mid season spectacular will include players from each of the new West Divi Sion clubs los Angeles Oak land Minnesota St. Louis Pittsburgh and Philadelphia. They will complement player from the East division teams 3 . Speed skaters snap 500-meter Mark Milwaukee wis. A three men seeking berths on the United states olympic Speed skating team broke the 500 meter record on the Wisconsin exposition Center olympic rink Friday in the second Day of trials. Neil Blatchford of North Brook 111. Tom Gray of Minne Apolis and Terry Mcdermott of Birmingham mich., each Cov ered the distance under the 41.2mark established a year ago by Mike Passerrella of was time in 40.3, the other two in 40.9. In addition John Wurster of Ballston spa n.y., who was the Leader in thursday s initial test with 41.4, equalled the old record the initial 5,000-meter heat Bill Lanigan of new York City turned in the Best time of 8 12.5,Wayne Lebombard of West Al Lis wis., had 8 14.2, and Bill Cox of St. Paul minn., 8 19.3. Although Lanigan s time was More than 30 seconds slower than Many european skaters have posted olympic officials said they were pleased by the showing. Phillies Ink Short to contract for 68 Philadelphia a left hander Chris Short signed his 1968 contract with the Philadel phia Phillies the club announced. Short out part of last season with a knee and Back injury is the second Phil to sign. Wood Fryman a new acquisition from Pittsburgh was the first. Short appeared in 29 game last season winning nine and los ing 11. His earned run average was 2.40, third Best in the majors. _ 7 in trojans Star As indoor track season opens in East toil Ern a if rap catn9lic youth organization. Inches and continued but was the High jump with a leap of 6-s Earl m Washingtonjr Nern California melt a Bob sea Fen made Imma 6 set of their absent Ere h.?. Simpson and sit s knights of Friday Idoni Lllan of the East Shack season. Ler 1?Juv California Young i Ames lost his bid to a Liu d-r01168 in " re in1 new yorker0 John the inaugural Naik Hal track meet � sponsored by the Catholic youth , who won the event in san Francisco s ail american games last week and Carlos were both timed at six second Flat but the judges gave the Victory to Carlos. Mccullouch who along wit Simpson led Southern California to the National football championship took the 60 Yard High hurdles in seven seconds Flat the second week in a Row in which has won the won the pole Anil event with a jump of 16 feet 6 4 inches and continued but was unable to Clear 17-l i at three attempts. Simpson who was schedule to run in the 00-Yard dash with Drew because of an injury suffered in san Francisco. More than 7,000 persons turned out for Washington s first indoor track meet since 1961.hardcc Mcalhaney of Tennes see was timed in 49.7 in defeat ing Charles Mays of the grand Street boys club in the 440-Yarddash. Frank Saier of Florida won the High jump with a leap of 6-84 but had relatively Little com petition after former olympian John Thomas dropped out Dur ing his Warmup because of slight muscle pull. Charlotte Cook of washing ton s sports International club won the women s 880-Yard Runin 2 11.8 and Mamie Rawlings of the mayor Dalex youth foundation took the 60-Yard Low hurdles. In the knights of Columbi Amile Tom Donnelly of Villanova was timed at 4 10.7. Named to the nil s first an second ail Star teams at the close of last de Giacomin of the new York rangers defense Eupierre Pilote of the Chicago Black Hawks and Harry Howell of new York plus forwards Stan Mikita Bobby Hull and Ken Wharram made the first All Star team in 1966-67. The second team include goalie Glenn Hall now with St. Louis defens Eman Bobby Orr of the Boston Bruins and forwards Gordie Howe and Norm Ull Manof the Detroit red wings and Don Marshall of new York. Defens Eman Tim Horton of Toronto also was named to the second team but will play forthe Leafs in the annual game. Toe Blake coaching the All stars for the first time has added three members of his own Montreal team plus six from the expansion clubs. The Montreal players Are Cen Ter Jean Beliveau and defense men Jacques Laperriere . Tremblay. Selected from West division teams were goalie Terry Sawchuk of los an Geles defens Eman Bobby Barnof Oakland plus forwards Ken Schinkel of Pittsburgh Leo Rochefort of Philadelphia de Joyal of in s Angeles and Dave Balon of Minnesota. The Leafs have lost fou games and tied one in five meetings with the All stars. Andin the six most recent games the stars have won four los tone and tied one including last year s 5-2 Victory Over Theca Nadies in Montreal. Howe now in his 22nd no Campaign has played in All Star games a record 18 and Mikita have appeared in the last six games. The game will be televised Back to some areas in the United states. Story of the Allws St. Louis us l the blues of the National hoi key league do Rived heir name from Tho William. Handy tinu1 that in Mortali cd the Missi Sippi Kirr Uty

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