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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - January 16, 1962, Darmstadt, Hesse16, 1962 the stars and stripes int real 4,1 have if the College kids Are competing else where the same Day Werner said. Ours would be so much Bette anyone could decide which ath letes should be chosen to form the strongest a team the coaches executive com Mittee and the National collegiate athletic association Council winding up the week Long Mcaa convention Here moved quickly i sunday to put into motion author Hawks trailed by two the first 10 minutes of Bob Baun and Dave for Toronto when both at full strength Bower has a rough time nets and had to ago shots while Chi Glenn Hall playing 499th consecutive league to make Only 21 saves. 2,. 1 it or turns Back dark horse All Star pro Bowling win Beach Fla. A Dick slender St. Louis pro who More than 100 Bowling in his career finally Abe biggest of All sunday he won the $15,000 All Star in. Beat Roy Lown Elpaso in the three game match. Lown a Field of 288 men for second Lethander jumped off to Lead when he rolled 225 tie first two games. Weber 1-177 in the opening pair. Got a strike in the 10th to Climax his 248 final 209. Hoover St. Louis took Lee when he Defeated de Detroit 634-351. Hoover and Lugansk is fourth place prize was $4,000. Carmen Salvino Dallas won $3,000 when he Defeated four time Champion Don Carter St. Louis for fifth place by a 626-602 margin. Carter won $2,000 for sixth place. Andy Roj Woznica Chicago Defeated Ray Bluth St. Louis 731 686, for seventh place and $1,850, Bluth received $1,700 for the ninth place match Dan Steffee Kansas City Defeated Lou Campi Dumont n.j., 642-598. Steffee won $1,600 and Campi $1500 for 10th place. Shirley Garms of Chicago Over came a 47-pin deficit and won the $5,000 women s Crown Over Joy Abel also of Chicago 647-638. Miss Abel moved Well ahead when she rolled 256-224 in the opening games. Mrs. Garms who continued on Page to steers tip pipers in Abl playoffs Cleveland of the Kansas City steers romped to a 120-104 Victory Over Cleveland sunday to win the american basketball league s first half championship playoffs two games to one. Using their height to Good advantage the taller Kansas City quintet led virtually All the Way. The pipers threatened in the last Quarter but got no closer than nine pipers were cold making Only 33 of 81 Field goal attempts. The steers hit on 49 of 92 Fries and turned in a Strong defensive per Formant jostling lie stars were Nick mantis with 25 and Larry Staverman with 34, High for the game was cd Welmon Jsck admit is with 30. Larry Siesfried contributed 86 for Cleveland All in the second half. The playoffs opened in Kansas City Friday night with the steers winning 100-93. The pipers came Back with a 98-87 Victory when the ser moved Here saturday night tying the series. Celts rap warriors 145-136, despite Wilt s 62-Point spree Boston a the Boston celtics survived a fourth Quarter comeback the loss of Bill Russell and Wilt Chamberlain s 62 Points sunday for a 145-136 National basketball association Victory Over Philadelphia s warriors. Chamberlain who scored a rec Ord 73 Points Lor a regulation game against Chicago saturday night bettered his own Boston Carden Mark. But the High powered Cham pions gave the warriors a lesson in the fast break offence for three periods and the visitors big burst was too Chamberlain contributing 21 Points in the final period Phila Delphia shaved its deficit from 119 92 at the three Quarter Mark to within nine. Russell collected his sixth foul with four and a half minutes to go but the Brilliant play making and shooting of Bob Cousy and Tom Sanders enabled the celtics to make it six in a Row Over the warriors this year. Sam tones scored 30 Points Tom Heinsohn 27, Russell 23 and Cousy 20 in the Winner s cause. Nats 141, kicks 118 Syracuse . A Streak ing Syracuse walloped new York 141-118, sunday on Hal Greer s 40 Point play for the nats sixth straight National basketball association Victory and ninth in 10 starts. The nats started a big push mid Way through the first period struck for 43 Points in the second and managed a healthy 76-57 half time Lead. The nuts who hit 51 per cent of their shots from the floor Pat seven men in double figures. Greer s 40 Points was his personal High on his Home court. Be Shaffer had 22. Willie Naulls led the losers with 27 Points. Pistons 118, . 108 fort Wayne ind. Cap Gene Shue returned to his old grounds in the fort Wayne coliseum Sun Day and gave a Long Range shoot ing exhibition in the Detroit Pis tons 118-108 National basketball association Victory Over the los Angeles lakers. Shue who played with the old fort Wayne pistons before they moved hit eight of 11 shots from far out on the floor in the first half and finished with 32 Points. Don Ohl was second High for the pistons with 23 Points. Jerry West led los Angeles with 31, hitting 13 of 15 free throws. Royals 119, Hawks 114 Cincinnati a the Cincin Nati royals and St. Louis Hawks both went on wild scoring sprees in a National basketball association game Here sunday night with the Home forces finally taking a 119-114 Victory. The score was tied four times after Cincinnati grabbed an Early Lead but Bob Pettit and Larry Foust led the visitors to a 29-26 first period Edge. The royals tied it up and went ahead but fell into a slump during which the Hawks outscored them 17-2. The royals More than made up for it in the last four minutes of the half. They outscored St. Louis 20-7, and led 60-56 at the Buzzer. Scoring honors for the game went to Oscar Robertson who made 36 Points. The other High Cincinnati scorers were Jack Twyman with 23 and Arlen Bockhorn with 20. Pettit s 30 was tops for St. Louis with Cliff Hagan adding 19. Iza Tion granted by the full convention at a climactic business session saturday. The Council authorized to take the Mcaa aau dispute government if necessary turned the r responsibility for Deci Sion Over to the committee on aau olympic relations,.headed by Wilbur Johns athletic director Atuila. Johns group Mcaa executive director Walter Byers said was instructed to take the m a to e r under consideration and to Confer with the legislative committee first in the event it is deemed advisable to ask for Federal Helpin settlement our people would resort to an outside solution Byers said Only if All other avenues Are exhausted and it is absolutely necessary Mcaa and aau officials have tentative meeting scheduled with Louis Wake of Bartl Syme okla As mediator in Kansas Conj feb. 4, to discuss the squabble in Basket Ball -7 one of three sports officially involved in the dispute. In addition to track and yield the Mcaa has authorized creation of a new federation in has already been drawn a in basketball Wake is vice president of the International basketball federation. A i to determine Appeal presumably the outcome of that meeting will determine if an a peal is made to Washington for helping in reaching a settlement. While the War with the aau occupied most of t Dur ing the week the Mcaa made several significant moves including a ban on outside organized basketball Competition aimed at the gambling and bribery problem. The me a s u r e put summer leagues and r e 1 a Ted organized basketball action out of Bounds for the collegians. Regulations covering transfers from Junior colleges to four year schools were toughened but the National letter of intent a pre registration system of prospective athletes failed to pass for the second straight year. Notre Dame s proposal that the various Mcaa rules committees be empowered to reverse the e out come of a game was shouted Down by the convention which Felt the final authority Over conduct of contests should remain with the game officials. The Irish proposal resulted from their disputed 17-15 Victory Over Syracuse in football last nov. 181 the Mcaa considers the Case closed although the Rule that touched off the rhubarb May be revised at the meeting of the foot Ball rules committee. Grid rules Assembly expected to stress curbs on injuries Miami Beach a. Up the Mcaa football rules commit tee opened its annual meeting monday with coaches expected to propose rules changes to Cut Down football injuries. The coaches indicated they will press for tighter reins on piling on after a Ball Carrier is Down and improvements in football Hel mets with possible elimination of controversial face masks. Jack Curtice of Stanford chair Man of the coaches rules commit tee said that his group will pre sent six Points to the full rules committee three of them directly concerned with football injuries. One Point the coaches wants to push Curtice said is More emphasis on the penalty for piling on a player after he is he said the coaches want the officials to really be on the he said his committee also would Side with an american medical association suggestion that foot Ball helmets be padded on Fth top added material be placed atthe Back to prevent neck injuries a Chin strap that would give and placing the face mask closer to the face. But he said a third Point his committee will put Forth to Lor doing away with the face mask entirely. Curtice said another coaches proposal would be to leave the substitution Rule As it is but pro Viding for use of two wild card substitutions. Coaches now have the use of one wild card substitution which allows re entry into a game of one player when the clock is stopped without endangering his eligibility for the rest of the game. The coaches also want the Rule group to do away with a ruling voted in last year whereby coaches who used the wild card to carry plays to the huddle were frowned upon. -

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