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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - January 14, 1968, Darmstadt, HessePage the stars and stripes sunday january 14, College scores Haske Ball Traci. \ m inn ill Riidu Iii i infill in. I Ai inf. No ii Uliuli i 1 Ai i i Iii Hlili 77 Kim 1. 1. 1 is ill imy. Mill i i vim ii. I v my i i Lini i inn. L ii i m. Ill. To t 7, l my fill. Valyi l Arik a u. Han h Han i i Micolo my i Bantu Idalio Al. War Lii , i in if uni la lir. . d win jewel St. 70 ii Tio is. Livili nyint 711. I it i. Hoi Zimm i. 00 Culli ii Mil. Kort 01 i i in. L a Ipi a dlr so Moin i so Ilek l i. R i mitral Iowa. M ill min i Enn 7 1 Iwa s1, i. Olaf 05 Carrl Loit mo., 96 711. Central Metho Illel 62 her Kolky Calif. A awesome Urcla made califor Nia its 45th consecutive Basket kill victim Friday night rally j around Lew Alcindor s 44 Points to crush Cal 94-64. Top ranked Urcla scored it Shird Pacific-8 Victory without a Oss. The hears Are now 1-2. Cal led Only once in the con est with 1 48 gone in the game Russ Critchfield s Layup gave he bears a 5-3 margin. But aft i Ulvi Kitoi ton kill my Wourl Valley m Hainan wr-3 Allany kill. Tei a 80 i Neontia freshman 1 0, Kali not co 8j enl Lown 7ft, went club incr 15 slate 87, Ortato 70 Queens on., 711, Utica 03 Lii Kirin cd he. Corning cd 73 Ucich Hclair 1 oly fill 02, 3 of Monmouth s4, Coo 0 i Linsui Hammond 105. 81 go Hurni Jilji 111 Mynol 7s, Mayv Lllan 71 month Dakota 7u, North Dakota suite 72 american int. 11 1, by a 1011, of 71. West of okla 02 by. Mary s. Minn., 78, Stout wl., to Almu Kim. Oakland 1 1 Iru Iid Valley i. �7. Mlle Sukeo tech 84 Mit 7s, Miille hairy my Kdan liboro kill w. Vlark Lilii win Lynn 78 Lyrl Ikpi Ort 7�, Klinkm Point f 7 Vert Lii ii Union 107. I. 1 and h 05 Central 111. Western Illinois k. i. I Tenchert 78 mate ill. Hall Hnry Tato 74 North s4. Morn Erik a i Villa 107, w hockey Llaca 0. Mit 2 Ohio Tato 7. Air Force 3 Lake Superior Hale 2, 0 Michigan tech 3. North Dakota 2 3, , vlim., i allow loin 9, i Enn 2 who Ihlen 11, i. Mary a Minn 5 Cellec 3, Minn ciota Dii Luth Aikels to Lse Clui tit los uti the califor Iii Aii is ulivo Amio Imich that they will use a co inn Ria charter during trip Ami near season in 1908 rather thai the Angeles dodgers Klc Clra ii As they did last i i i Maine to go with Frazier Mathis fight Aki Sta i inc a the Malm boxing Coin Mission said Friday u \ ill pm kit. The Winner of the Joo 1 a Irr Liisu a mat hash a we incl Liht in new York As the world Rhani a Luis. Chairman Duncan Mac Donald said the of of the three Man commission was unanimous. The bout is to be of might ill the new Madi son Square air Dan Caily in March. Urcla All Iii Lor rip Cal for 45th straight or that the Bruins gradually built a 15-Point halftime Lead 52-37. Supporting Alcindor were Lucius Allen with 14 Points and Edgar Laccy with 13. Big Bob Presley coach Rene Herrerias 6-foot-ll Center looked Good at times in his Duel with Alcindor. Presley got off most of his fad away jumper Sand got 13 Points. Urcla Bra cod Lacey Alldor Warren Allen Lynn Heltz Nielsen saner a f0 it 6 1-119 6-s 4 3-3 6 2-5 2 1-11 0-0 2 0-0 0 0-0 Califon Idoft 1 Wolfe 13 henson44 Prency 11 Walnes 14 cult fld 5 Johnson 2 Buckell 4 0 1 4-b 4 8-76 1-3 2 0-2 10 4-4 24 1 1-3 0 0-0 total 40 14-19 94 totals 24 16-24 64 Urcla 52 4294 California 37 2764 fouled out Urcla Lacey. Total fouls Urcla 20. California 15. Attendance7,200 standings american basketball Assn. Eastern division won lost pet. Behind Tinb Iirth 29 14 Marine Nola 27 14 Indiana 23 22 new Jersey 19 24 Kentucky 15 27 Western division new Orleans 27 14 deliver 24 18 Dallas 0 16 Oakland 1 24 Houston 15 27 Anaheim 8 29 .074 .659 1 .511 7 442 10 if 7 1314 9 .171 558 385 .1157he 3v4 11 tilday s results Kentucky 117, Anaheim 108 Dillu 107, Houston 22 .105 .447 .381 .717 .060 r.ooir.6 .283 .2f 5 2% 9v4 12 13 2vt 10 10u 20 21 i Fri any i results Anston 148, Detroit 120 Philadelphia 133, Ballimore 110 is. 111, Sun i let of 89 san Francisco 127, new York 117 Only Jamos scheduled National hockey league East division w l t it. Of a Chicago 20 10 10 50 123 100 Horton 2112 6 48115117 Montreal 1814 9 45116 96 Toronto 1814 8 44115 93 York 17 14 8 42115108 Detroit 1717 6 40130126 West division Philadelphia 1815 6 42 98 87 los Alki l a 1021 4 36 99131 pit Lambui my 1519 6 38100112 Minnesota 1415 8 30 92104 St. Louis 1420 5 33 77 97 Oakland 825 8 24 so 119 Friday s result Pitt Shirkh 4, Toronto i Only Kine scheduled american hockey league Eastern division w l t pts. Of of Spain Noii id 2015 5 451-11145 10 15 4 30 111 120 m 7 35 130 123 13 id 0 32 i a 151 we Stern division Cleveland 1 u h 4-1 l j7 118 it Aflalo ill 7 m 135 137 Cloche Ler k 10 7 37 i-j7 130 Yehei 14 15 h ill i 17 132 s results Sim of i m 1, 1 4, .1 Clex Elarid 8, . 14 111 7 a 121 132 Houston. Ill 10 7 33 1uo 1-3 s result Oklahoma City 0. Dallas Only Eastern hockey i 4auue i he Mitt 1 f ,. ,1.1 i. Ii. .i,., \ n i Ali .1.i i ii e i Lino Nir i i. I. A t i Llev ,. M in i t in x i him. A i. A Vic y i to t n a Milt m i i1. I , 1 it u i. Ato,., we by Fehn to a t y i h ague t i u Heibult . Ler Ami. 2 . I i i i. Kii 4, i1. \ e a Al j Only packers solid favourites for super bowl contest continued from Page is use its own Brand of football onoff Ense. The Al Ball is slightly longer than the nil Only difference in playing rules Between the two leagues has been resolved for the super bowl game in which conver Sions will count Only one Point. 1 writer believes in Oakland continued from Page 18 the packers. Their front four of Willie Davis Henry Jordan Ron Kostelnik and Lionel Al Dridge for example has a combined total of 33 years of Proball. By comparison Oakland four Man defensive Forward Wall of Ben Davidson Ike Lassi Ler Tom Keating and Dan Bird Well has 10 seasons less of pro experience. Yet it is the defense that could make the difference for the raiders. Labelled the 11 an Gry men they decked enemy quarterbacks 67 times during the season for 666 Yards lost. They Are fiercely proud of their record As the Al s no. 1 defensive defensive assignments perhaps the toughest defensive assignments will fall to cornerback Willie Brown an Kent Mccloughan who must contain Bart Starr s passing game to Carroll Dale and Boyd ruined he chiefs last year connecting on 16 of 23 for250 Yards. Anything resembling those figures sunday could wreck the raiders. The main difference betwee this year s Packer edition and last year s is in running Taylor is gone and Elijah Pitts was injured Early in the season. Then Jim also was Hurt. Now Green Cayuses new York castoffs Chuck Mercein and Bonus baby Donni Anderson. They re Good but they re not Pitts and conclusion the raiders can win it if everything Gooe Sright. The guess they will but barely. Call it Oakland 21,Green Bay 17. Original All Star new York up Max Zas Lofsky general manager and coach of the new Jersey americans of the american basketball association was named to the National basketball association All Star first team the first fou years the league picked a squad starting in 1946-47. The Al s two Point option will not be in effect. Six officials three from each league will work the game. The Al will have the referee Linesman and Field judge and the nil the Umpire Back judge and line judge. Although there is peace be tween the two leagues after last year s merger agreement there still is a spirited rivalry. Al Davis who was president of thearl when the bitter contract raiding was at its height now Isth managing general partner at Oakland. Peter Rozelle once his rival As head of the nil now is commissioner of both leagues. The nil won the first superbowl game and 13 of 16 pre sea son exhibitions. The Al is itch ing to get even and nobody is itching More than Davis who was so instrumental in putting the Oakland club together. We know we can run and we know we can pass said coach John Rauch of the i know we re not just going to be Able to run up an Down the Field on them so you have to have some Type of i never went into a game Idin t think i could win said Lombardi. I always go int every game scared and i go into this game Wharthen halts Rondon s skein new York a Bobby Wharthen of Buffalo n.y., scored a split decision Victory Over previously unbeaten Vicente Paul Rondon of Venezu Ela in a 10-round fight Friday night. Wharthen 157, got the votes of the two judges by a 6-4 margin while the referee vote for Rondon by the same margin. Rondon 160 /2, fifth in the world boxing association middleweight rankings was the favorite on his record of 13 Knock outs and one draw in his pre Vious 14 professional fights. Braves 400 club honors Niekro Atlanta a. A Phi Niekro Atlanta knuckle Baller who posted the Best earned run average in the National league last season has been named the team s most improved player by the braves 400 finished with a 1.87 Era with 11 victories and losses. In 1986 the 28 year old right Bander had a 4.14 Era with a 4-3 record after being called up from Richmond of the Intel National league in mid season. Box scores Kentucky f Dampler 16 6-6 Carrier Caldwell Banjie Logon Bradley Mahaffy Raycoe Roberta Anaheim Warley Bedell Bunce Selvage Allen Chubon Garner Thomas Turner f t 6-8 17 2-2 i 5-9 191-2 14 0-0 g 9-9 i 2-2 j 3-3 n 0-0 total 39 39-49 11/ total 38 28-33 Ion Kentucky 26 31 .10 z&_117 Anaheim 32 20 20 3&_ of three Point goals Selvage i. Virley fouled out Kentucky could Wei an Helm Bedell " totals fouls Kentucky 24, Anaheim 35 Dallas q f to meaty 4 11.13 19holman o la Hagan g 10-1122burns o m i Wilson 2 00 5c.beley s 3.4 Chooser i 0-1 2 Loman 0 0-0 Powell 4 7.9 5 s 7-8 23 total 36 25-34 99 totals 33 40-49 107 Houston 17 in i i m Dallas _ 36ii j i s -107 three Point goals Hale 2, win n. Fouled out none. Total fouls Houston 32, Dilby 25 Houston Manlong Becker Lentz molls me Yard Frazier so set Hale Pettway Hamood f 0-1 3-5 0-0 1-1 5-8 1-2 9-1125 1-1 9 5-5 15 0-0 2 Pittsburgh Minnesota Vaughn Heyman Harge Hawkins Williams Dill Jarvis Washngtn Parka f t 4 2-3 11 8 2-3 181 4-7 6 8 13-20 3410 4-5 26 10-020-0 0 0-0 10-0 Daniels Freeman Hunter Palmer Perry 2 niger 4 Smith 0 Thoren g f t 9 s-h26 s 1-1125 8 4-4 0 3-5 7 00 4 7-8 23 0-0 10 1-1 5 totals 35 30-38 103 total i a total fouls Baltimore 28, rhila.-mpliia24. Fouled out Philadelphia Jackson. Attendance 8,876. San Diego g Barnhill 3 Block Samhee Jones Kimball Korjia Mai Kiln Riley Williams f t 4-4 10 7-9 39 3-4 15 2-2 6 1-2 1-1 3-3 2-3 0-0 St. Louis Beaty Bridges Caldwell Davis Lehman Miller Silas Snycer Trman Wilkens Workman f 47 4-8 0-1 0-0 i 1-1 0 i o i i i i 5 1-1 h i 2 2-5 6ii air. A u of o i totals 33 23-28 89 totals i i i san Diego. Is 21 a St. Louis. 28 is 10 fouled out none. Total Foula san Diego 28, St. i attendance 4,011. I 111 new York Reed 11 re Small Bellamy Barnett Komives Jackson Frazier Bradley Johnson Bryant san f t 8-12 30 Heuel 5-5 15 2-2 8 8-10 30 Francisco g f 0-00-2 1-2 0-0 1-2 0-0 to met allies King Lee Ellis i ii0 � Bowman 00-00 total 25-35 117 total �83 42? new York 25 26 33 33 san Francsico 30 32 37 2 fouled out none. Total fouls new York 29, h " Chaco 27 attendance 5,498 Detroit de Buehre Trest str War mlle Bint Walker Placher Coppell i a Tran Karadle f 0-0 1-2 3-45 3-5 11 11-1333 10 is 0-3l-l 0-02-3 q 19 3 7 0 8 t 2 19 7 13 6 15 0 8 Boston Howell Sandra Russell s. Jones Graham to Huck Havi Elk Nelson h f ill id i i is mti7 l 44 total 6124-36124 total Detroit. 33 1 Boston. M i7fouled out Debu there total oils Detroit 30, Boston .4 ". A

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