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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - January 17, 1961, Darmstadt, HesseThe stars and stripes 11 raise women sunday Leader Ahomd round the final Beach the fourth Sou holes had a Chancetine by virtue her three Lead when unbound mus Suggs her 13th at a pro and dined to re As last year s Money win never hit the Ball much bred a Par 36gusty winds four-Over-par229 total for ing to launch Sank to a Dis Oad at 230 with Frampton Kip Inland 73 picked up tribe Money nearly 1wkjo. Tint Victory the inaugural at figured As hated a 3&Yard is Lor an Egle of photo Fin a disc dec with 39 on the became the sole of the Seconder 74 for the her even with mrs. A a Aplon Mickey Iso shot a 74 and three Way tie at Victor Here twice drove the 16th Hole Toof Fla., her be to Golf for with Mist Wright r Cornelius Springfield Ihu carded a 78 Fol a to Moner Young golfers play cart Una at proves in the Money. Eastman Hole and claimed Ilir i tend of 73 and a 244 , tex., on dosed with a 79 Toad take a Duple Kimball. Sioux falling off the to managed a 247 Toher first play for. 7vm-7iso us .�33 at7�-ttjd147 Miami Beach Fla. Cap the wildcard substitution Rule will remain in the Book for 1961, with one minor football rules committee of the Mcaa made that announcement Here sunday at the close of a three Day meeting which produced no startling of the action was on the negative Side. There will be no change in scoring the distance Between the goal posts will remain the same and the posts will stay inline Sam position and a Ball downed by Al ticking team within the opposing team s 10-Yard Lin remains a Touchback. The substitution Rule was the major Issue and the committee members obviously decided the Rule As it stands basically i of the proposal for unlimited substitution was overwhelmingly Defeated Gen Robert r. Neyland of Tennessee the committee chair canadians tie Detroit 1-4, weird goal in wild fray Norm Ullman. Tally Detroit a Bob Turner desperation 50-foot flip shot with 13 seconds to play sunday nigh took a weird Bounce into the de troit nets and earned the Montrea canadians a 4-4 tie with the red s goal his first of the National hockey league season bounced about three feet in front of goalie Hank Bassen and hopped Over his outstretched Glove. It provided a spectacular Finis to a wild contest marked by High sticking slugging and referee push ing. The Montreal Bench erupted in the final three minutes on Norm Ullman s disputed goal that apparently sewed up a 4-3 Triumph for Detroit Ullman was credited with his 15th goal when Howie Glover s shot went in off his canadians protested violently to referee Dalton Mcarthur tha Tullman kicked the puck in. Angry players milled about Mcarthur Pust Flag and shoving him against the boards. Jean Guy Talbot Drew two misconduct penalties and Dick in Moore got one. The two teams stuffed five goals into the first period. The red wings got three by Allan Johnson Glover and Alex Delvecchio. Mon Treal s Junior Langlois got his first goal of the season and Moore got his 30th just a few seconds before Melee the period ended. Bison Rookie shuts out reds ameriks Hershey score wins Buffalo a Denni Dejordy Buffalo s Rookie Goat tender registered his first Amer ican hockey league shutout Sun Day night As the bosons Defeated the Providence reds. 3-tl Wayne Hicks and Larry Wilson got the bosons off to a 2-0 Lead in the second period with scores 19seconds apart Phil Matoney tallied the third goal late in the final period after Providence net minder de Giacol had made three Tough stops on breakaways. Dejordy finished with30 saves Goa Courtin with 28. Rochester . Map the Rochester americans kept their unbeaten Streak under coach Jack Riley intact sunday night by stopping the american hockey league leading Springfield indians 4-2. The Triumph the third again Stone tie since general manager Riley replaced Steve Kraftcheck a coach Jan. 6, put the ameriks Back into a third place tie with Springfield the loss ended a six game winning Streak and was Only the 12th setback in 44 games this season. Goalie de Chad Wick was he Sta for Rochester. He made 45 saves As the visitors controlled the puck for much of the game. Wally Bayer at 7 44 and Guy Rousseau at s 51 of the first be Kohl Rek tops ski junipers Fox River Grove jump Gene Kotlarek 20-year-old us. Ski jumper unofficial Champion and member of last year s . Olympic team won the senior class ski jump Here with a leap of 196 feet on his second Effort. His first jump was 171 feet. Rod put the americans ahead 2-0.jimmy Anderson s 27th goal for Springfield at 4 20 of the second period Cut the margin to 2-1. But Dave Crelghton tallied at6 08 and Hank Ciesla at 7 45 for a 4-1 Amer bulge the Lone goalie the finale was made by the indians Brian Kilrea at 14 48. Cleveland a a Fine performance by goaltender Bobby por Mcnult highlighted a 3-1 her Shey Victory Over Cleveland in an american hockey league game Here sunday. Perreaux. Who spent most of this season on the Bench blocked ,t6 shots. It wok the first Triumph Over Cleveland this season for the bears who had lost five straight to the Barons. The win pulled Hershey to with in two Points of the second place Barons. The 29-year-old Perreault who was the league s leading goalie two years ago. Was benched this season in favor of Al Millar who had been playing spectacularly. But Millar suffered a bruised ten Don in his right ankle Jan. 7 and is expected to be out for at least another week. Cleveland opened the scoring at11 00 of the first period when ado gut Olin whipped Home the rebound of a shot by Wayne bar Kin. Hershey tied it five minute Slater when Brian pass from Willie Smith took Amarshall an slipped the puck past Cleveland goalie Gil Mayer. Hector Lalande iwo red the Sec Ond Hershey goal at 7 51 of the second period and joke Mclntyre wound up the scoring with a goal that came seconds before the end of the second period. After a scoreless second period Gules Tremblay tied the score Early. In the third period. He took Ralp Backstrom s pass and skated around Rookie Howie Young. It stood at 3-3 until Ullma scored the disputed goal. Oddly the Power play goal came just seven seconds after Turner who turned from the game s Goat into its hero went to the penalty Box for holding. Gordie Howe missed the Gam with a bruised thigh suffered in saturday s game. Chicago the new Yorkin Nurer beat the Black Hawk 3-1, sunday no tit for their first National hockey league Victory in Chicago since March 7, 1939. Camille Henry s 12th goal of theae amm in the second period was All the Bankers needed. Chicago a Feim Man Elmer Vasko had an accidental hand in the score when Henry shot from the aide bounced off Waako k leg past Chicago goalie Glenn Hall. The goal was the second straight for the bangers George Sullivan having tied the score at 1-1 eight minute earlier in the same period Sullvan and Andy def iceman dal lard St. La Nikrent. Bathgate passing to sul Livan who drove the puck into the High Riff Hhand Corner of the Page Andy Hebenton Naomd new York s Man said. There was no disposition 01 the part of this group to go Bicht \ of platoon system by Means of tree end vat limited the alteration in the i960 Rule is of a tech Nucal nature and would go unnoticed Utby Tai fans in the 1960 Rule Neyland explained any player could be sent in any number of times alone or As a wild card but he wets allowed Only two recorded entries during a quarter., that is he was recorded when he started a period and if he re entered As a member of group he again was recorded. He could not re enter As part of group again without a penalty of 15 Yards. Under the new ruling the Flutman of a group sent in is con final with 21 be Condo Romain ing in the game Bobby Hull scored the game first foal at 3 57 of the second period. Hull tipped in a Long lateral to give Chicago a Brief 1-9 Lead. The fifth place rangers playing under a "winor-e4sen ultimatum All the Way. In the first period they fired off several shown in the first 10 minute and did not permit a Chicago shot at goalie Gump Worsley until 9 30. Boston up Rookie Bob Nevin and Dick Duff scored latin the final period to give the Toronto Maple Leafs a 6-4 nation Al hockey league win Over thelast place Boston Bruins sunday in Fth before 11.604 fans at the Garden. Nevin beat Boston goalie Bruc Gamble on n close in shot at 14 35 breaking a 4-4 tie and picking Aphis eighth goal of the season. Off got is ninth a minute later on a Solo shot. Toronto s Victory paired wit Montreal s tie at Detroit moved the Sorond place Leafs to within three Points of the league leading canadians. Eagles sign end 2 tackles for 61 Philadelphia a the Philadelphia eagles champions of the National football league have announced signing two tackles andean end for the 1961 season. Signed by general manager Vonee Mcnary were Morris Keller,255-Pounder from Clemson and Emory Turner 185-Pounder from Purdue the tackles and Bill John son an end linebacker from Flor Ida am. Keller and Johnson Are free agents and Turner was drafted in1959. Soldered a wild card substitution while the others Are recorded substitutes. The first Man must go on the Field enough ahead of the others to make it obvious he is wildcard. The advantage of this is that a coach. In doubt As to a player a he ability and who wants to statute the player As part of group can Send him on the ahead of the others so he winnow have another Neyland said there was consider Able discussion on sideline coach ing and the Rule Section Dealta Orwith it was rewritten there still Are no Teeth in it however an the coaches Are left on their Honor. No direct common Trailon the revision reads there shall be no direct communication from the sideline with players on Thefield. The rules committee Depre Cates the use of substitutes on successive Downs continuously throughout a game to convey in formation to players on the Field Neyland explained the rules com Mittee attacked the illegal shift and feigned injuries the same Way that is by appealing to athletic directors faculty members an coaches to be ethical Booti Iteck matters and the Appeal brought results. It will Wark again a committee adopted a Resolution requesting the Mcaa to appoint a committee to Confer wit manufacturers concerning the development of safer equipment an asked that this committee report Back to the rules committee at it meeting next year Miami Beach Fla. A col lege football coaches who were asked for comment Here came through with Adverse or lukewarm reaction to the Mcaa rules com Mittee s minor revisions Tor 1961,Bobby Dodd of Georgia tech said i am disappointed As i imagine the majority of other coaches Are that we did t get the free sub station rules i have favored for Bill Barnes o Urcla said 1 did t figure there would be an change. Personally the Way the Rule is now i would just As soon they go to coach Marv Levy read the committee s revision As a Little More of the liberalization which has been going on for about the past five years. I think it is an improvement Ara Parsegh Lon coach at North Western described himself As a longtime advocate of free substitution. This is another step toward liberalization but it is an insignificant Parseghian said. In fact it s practically Hayes tops own Mark in 220-Yard Butterfly Sydney Neville Hay a 16-year-old, bettered his own record for the 220-Yard Butterfly at the new South Wales men s swim Ming championship at the North Sydney olympic Pool Here. Hayes clocked 2 17,3 and clipped two tenths of a second Oft his old record of 2 17.5, which he set inthe towns Vule fresh water Pool last., August

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