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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - January 18, 1962, Darmstadt, Hesse20 Thuc stars and stripes support come Cage raiders up path win skein to 6 Darmstadt Germany Spe Cial sparked by the double Fig ores scoring of six players the 547th engr in red raiders continued to ride undefeated through 7ui array support come Northern Region opposition As they turned bade the 6th pm up celtics 94-75, Here tuesday night the win gave the Host raiders 6-0 Loop slate and lifted their season record to 22-7. The celtics Are 1-4 in the Northern Region. Gerie Visscher fired the Raider offence with 22 Points. Louie Gade. Frank Mcghee and Paul Holdway Sank 14 each. Bob Mattson garnered 13 and Paul Turner netted 12 As the raiders caught fire in the second half after holding a narrow 50-47 Lead at halftime. Actually the raiders were on the Short end of a 68-66 count with 10 minutes remaining. But then they ran off 15 straight Points including six by Visscher and four by Gade to take an 81-68 advantage and it was East sledding after that Carlos Davis and Hugh Triggs Ted the celtics with respective to tals of 23 and 20 while Jim Lind Gey connected for 17. Butzbach Germany special the 16th Sig in electrons edged past the 8th Ord in bombers 77 74. In a 7th army support come Northern Region game Here tues Day night the electrons had a 42-36 half time Lead As they met the task of picking up their fourth Loop win against one Joss. The bombers Are now 3-3 John Bogucki led the Way for the electrons with 22, followed closely by Max Henkle g 20 and Virgil Crawford s 16. The bombers Bui Strothers following up a 50 Point performance monday against the 54th trans in checked in with 26 tuesday. Louis stamp had 16 and Avant Mcneil Buck eted 12. Big Blue pins 8th div arty Frankfurt special the Sasae big Blue swept to their 31st Victory Here i tuesday night by overwhelming the St div arly canno neers 84-70. In notching no 31 against four losses the big Blue had their harrowing moments. The can no Neer grabbed an Early 20-11 Lead but the Home club rallied and moved into a 35-33 Lead at the intermission. The Luemen were in control most of the second half. Cleatus Doyel led the big Blue scoring with 20 Points but had Able assistance from Leo Orestad and John Schmittzehe who Sank 17 apiece and Ron Davis who totalled. 16. For the canno neers Preston Rowser was top Man with 20 and Ernie Frazier clicked for 16. New York up Tennessee a i the National Champion in two of the last three seasons was named the no. 1 team in the United press International Small College ratings for the second straight week tuesday amid a Gen eral shuffling seven of the top 10 teams. The Tennessee tigers split a pair of games last week for an 8-2 record but nevertheless were the top Choice of 22 of the 35 coaches who make up the up rating Board. Only one of the coaches on the Board failed to name the tigers on his ballot but they deceived. Enough support from the other 12 members to amass a total of 316 Points Only 15 less than. The High for the 3961-62 season while Tennessee a i was cementing its grip on the top spot Westminster a. Prairie View a and Hofstra three schools with Superior records continued to move up the ratings ladder Westminster suffering its first setback of the season to major Power Pittsburgh last saturday 39 Pace Ina into 80-78 a ".-.-"-. -"., Paris special former air Force Academy eager Bob Beckel rippled the cords for 39 Points to Lead the Spang Dahlem pioneers to their 14th straight Victory Here tuesday a narrow 80-78 Deci Sion Over the shape indians. In completing a sweep of the Safe exhibition series the Germany District Beckel visitors had to pull the win out of the fire in the final seconds. And Beckel was the Man who turned the trick. He fired in a Basket to wipe out a 78-77 shape Lead and was fouled Brookshier snubs Broncos offer As player., coach aide Philadelphia a Tom Brookshier defensive Star of the Philadelphia eagles of the nation Al football league said Friday he had turned Down offers to become an assistant coach or a player with the Denver Broncos of the Ameri can football league Brookshier s name was mentioned in Denver among choices to succeed Frank Filchock fired thursday As the Broncos head coach. He said he had not been an applicant for that position. The former University of Colo Rado Star and All nil defensive halfback suffered a broken leg in a game against Chicago Here mid Way through the 1961 season. Brookshier said he still wants to play for the eagles subject to Healing of the injury. The leg still is in a cast. Meanwhile i Brookshier has been employed Here As a sportscaster. Commandos subdue Jay Hawks by 60-47 Stuttgart Germany Cial the 66th intelligence up commandos breezed to a 60-47 exhibition win Over the Vii corps up tips Jay Hawks Here tuesday night. Bob Lesche and Mickey beam connected for 14 Points each for the commandos now 17-11 for the season and Mike Baribeault added 10. Charles o Neal had 14, Jim Miller 12 and Mike Rittenhouse 10 for the Jay Hawks who trailed at the halftime 31-15, dragoons defeat Iron Dukes 72-64v in overtime contest Frankfurt special c. J. Williams and Herzfe Blair delivered the key Points As the 48th inf dragoons spoiled the Gibbs provisional in Iron Dukes open ing test in defense of their 4th Ai mov up league title Here tues Day with a 72-66 overtime win. The dragoons rallied from a 41-31 halftime deficit to pull into a 59-59 tie at the end of Regula Tion time. And Blair was the hero in this instance As he flipped in the tying Field goal with 28 seconds left the dragoons grabbed the Lead at the outset of the overtime ses Sion with Williams leading the attack by hitting five of his 26 game Points in the extra five minute session. Other double figure scorers for the dragoons were Lou Gorham with 15 and Percy Hardy and Allan Mitchell with 11 apiece. For the defending v corps Champion Iron Dukes. Joe Craft dunked in 18 paints followed by Bill Caldwell s 17, Lloyd Longdo s 13 and Dale Fox 12. On the play adding the Gratis shot that completed the three Point a never. " t Beckel forced to carry the Brunt of his team s attack due to the ankle injury tuesday that Side lined High scoring Ray Lewis Sank 23 of his Points in the first half As Spang took a 44-43 Lead into the dressing room at intermission. Beckel added 16 in the second half and ended up with 14 Field goals and 11 of 12 free throws. He was joined in double figures by teammates a b. Wright and Billy Lewis who scored 11 and 10, respectively. Tom Amos led the indians with 21 Points while Al Wier tallied 17, Lowell Holt 13 and Walt Franklin 12. Spang now has a 22-6 season rec Ord while shape the France District Western division Leader is u-5v.-. Erlan Jsn Germany special the 81st arty s 2nd. Missile in tripped the 1st gun in 83rd. Arty red horses 70-65, Here tuesday night to retain a share of first place to he 56th arty up i eague. Jim Carpenter led the victors with 2g Points and Bob Price followed no with 17. Bob Farley had 26 for the bed horses and Jim Marcello added 13. Munich special the Henry Cavern spartans turned Back the 2nd inf rams 69-59, As the two clubs got the jump on the rest of the 24th inf div league by opening their midweek series Here tuesday night. In crashing the second half win column for the first time after dropping a pair last week the spartans spurted to a 38-25 half time Lead and maintained their advantage throughout the second half. Roger smed showed the Way with 19 Points while Vince Morris hit for 14 and Charlie Dawson and Charlie Simoneau came through with 10 apiece. Ernie Rautter was the night s big scorer As he poured in 30 counters for the rams 0-3. A Schaffenburg Germany special the 30th inf rockets remained in Contention for the 3rd inf div league title tuesday by nipping the 7th inf cardinals 73-68, in their series opener. It was a he and tuck game throughout with the rockets taking the decisive upper hand Only in the contest s final four minutes. They held a 35-33 Edge at the Midway break. Carl Russell and Bobby Douthit paced the rockets second half scoring with 11 and 14 Points respectively. Russell ended up taking game honors with 27 tallies while Norm Brower threw in 16 and Douthit 14. The unrelated Simmons boys led the cards with Sam firing in 21 markers and Willie hitting for 10. The rockets now have a 63 Loop slate while the cards Are 0-9. Blazers Komp 76-48 Hanau Germany special the 54th engr in blazers Wal loped the 317th engr in 76-48, Here tuesday night to run their perfect 37th engr up league rec Ord to 5-0. The losers now have a 2-4 Mark. Delaney sets his sights on Wyoming staff Lara tie Wyo. A football coach Bob Devaney said Here he has Little Hopes of getting released from his wot Nung contract before a meeting of. The Board of trustees feb. 1 Devaney has been named head football coach at the University of Nebraska pending release from the remaining 4% years of his Wyoming contract. Devaney said he had returned to Laramie this week primarily to find out what the status of the assistant coaches will three of Devaney s assistants at Wyoming have applied for the Cowboy coaching Job which he Hopes to vacate. Devaney has offered All three assistant coaching positions at Nebraska. Offensive line coach Carl Selmer has said he will follow Devaney to Nebraska unless he gets the head coaching Job. Others of de Vaney s Wyoming staff who have expressed an interest in the pokes coaching Job Are defensive line coach lloyd1 Eaton and Backfield coach Mike Corgan conference scheduled Devaney said he would Confer with athletic director Glenn Jacoby but added i doubt if any momentous decisions will come out of the discussion. Apparently there s not much i can do personally but sit and wait for the release Devaney. Said however i d like to get the mat Ter of the assistant coaches settled so i can fill my staff at be in Cheyenne Clifford a Han sen president of the University s Board of trustees said. There Are two reasons Why a Board meeting probably will not be called before feb. 2-some of the Board Mem Bers want to discuss the matter thoroughly and it is too costly to Call a special meeting. It looks like or. Devaney will just have to wait a while although i appreciate his position in want ing to get the matter settled As soon As Mclean captures Sac midget go for Wayne. In4igames last week f and As a result Ond to fourth. Both Westminster Choice. Of four Prairie View am the top spot by the other two first rpm to Evans Fife 6-6 sound 10-2 eve Ivlue Wittenberg 8-2 � week ago ii Southern Illinois one position to seven vol lev third last we the Way to eighth remained ninth May s my 10th, Kentucky e of missed making week by a singled second 10 grouping Southeastern of la Tow by and a. 4-6nmbllng 4 13-3 5 Hofstr 12-1 8-2 7soothsm Illino 9-3 6eranivilte 0 Fly 9 pull Sounth f 10-2 itt mount St. Mary my 1 second Iff. A pm Lueky i Oatho astern -minii90te Duluth m 3outhut it Naurl. 12 i 20-8wi fresh Snow gives if one for world Alpine Chamonix. France up organizers of the world Alpine ski championships feb. 10-18 announced Here that the Snow now falling has Alread covered All the ski slopes. Fears that the championships might have to be cancelled for Lack of Snow appear ended. Officials said that Over 4,500 feet there is now a layer of 1c feet ots that at the Bottom of it near the town there is Inch layer. Officials said if the Wal Mains cold this layer come solid and form future snowfalls. A total of 31 country i v tired in the champions la

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