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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - January 22, 1962, Darmstadt, HessePage 20 the stars and stripes East Helm in 4th army Schwabach. Germany Spe Cial the 15th Cav Lions continued to reign in the 4th army div Eastern league after defeat ing the 14th arty War bonnets.109-38, Here saturday night. The Lions moved their Loop Chart to 14-1 As six players took a major hand in the scoring. Chuc Storts led the Way with 20, Fol Lowed Fay Dave Horton s 19, Ste Ethompson s 14, Milfred fleece s 14, Charlie birrs 12 and Jim Klin go s11. The 14th arty s Tom Davis too game honors As he sent 38 Points streaming through the nets. Also in double figures for the War Bon nets 4-ll were Harold Searcy with 16. Jerry Paisley with 14 and Danny Probst with 12. The Lions owned a 54-35 Lead ath Altima Fuerth. Germany special Roy Quinn Buck eted 26 Points and Bob Bursa and Kent Harrison added 19 apiece to Lead the 67th Armor Black panthers to a 95-57lacing of the 35th Armor Arma Dillos in a 4th army div easter league rout Here saturday night. The Best the armadillos 1-13 could Muster in answer to the exploits of Quinn duress and Harrison were Murray Berry s 17tallies and Tom Desmond s 14. The Black panthers who rolled to a 52-21 half time Lead move their record to 11-4 and continue to share the league s no. 2 spot with the 22nd arty canno neers who turned Back the 66lh Armor,87-50. Illeshe1m. Germany special the 22nd arty canno neers rocked the wingless 66th Armor trojans,87-50, Here saturday night in the 4lh army div Eastern Hammond helped the can no neers to their Lith win in 15starts with 19 Points and Jack Smith and Jack Medrano backed him up with 14 and 11, respectively. The 22nd arty which shares the runner up spot in the league with the 67th Armor spurted to a 45-21 half time Lead. Verdun. ,.-7 holds division Lead Verdun France special the Metz giants retained first place in the com z Eastern division by nipping the Verdun cardinals 96-fls, but the big Story of the saturday game was the personal scor ing Duel Between Verdun guard Jim Coleman and Metz Center Joe Cotton who Between them scored 76 the Point Duel the of foot 2-Inch Coleman. Had a slight 39-37 Edge Over his &-5 adversary. Colemun fired in 16 Field goals and even of 12 free throws while Cotton clicked on 14 two pointers and nine of 12 tosses from the foul lines Verdun s Lee Sampson was no Slouch in the scoring department As he bagged 39 tallies John Lee added is for the cards who Are now 7-v a Sulney troupe and John Shelvin mustered 14 Points apiece and Bui bigger added 13 of the giants moved their record to 9-3.met was forced to overcome a 44-40 half time deficit. Caissons nip dragons on Milliner s shot bad k1ssingen, Germany special Willie Milliner s jump shot from the foul line in the last 20 seconds of play gave the 28tharty caissons a 73-71 exhibition Victory Over the 15th if dragons Here saturday afternoon in the opening game of a doubleheader. In the second game the 26tharty locators came from behind at half time to run away from the 2nd recon so 14th army Cav Tro Jans. 104-80. In the opener Richard Herman topped the scoring with 25 Points 24 of them in the first halt As held the caissons to a 40-xj half time Lead. Scoring spread the caissons got double figures scoring from Don Patterson 16gene Ward 14 und Milliner 10. Leading the dragons were Don Gallagher with 24, John Barrow with 18 and Ken Swain with 14. The locators Down 51-42 at the half put six men in double figures in pulling out their Victory. Top was John Howard s 24, followed by Bill Thompson s 22 and Al Myers 20. Bob Bennett Al Rudolph and Pat Macjunkin All hit 12."" for the trojans Winston John son had 24, Arnold Cooksey and George Nelson 16 each and Mel Bond 14. . District standings Western division w l pet. He a Wynn a 13 i .929 cd to Iton 12 z .817 Fairford 2 i. .67 upper Hay Fri 9 7 .563 or Hihun common s ii .313 Briw Norton 3 3 .188 Wilford 0 14 .000 slur Dpi i be Iolj upper it Yard 133. Wilford 39. Cd Lytton 89. Brae Norton 71 Fairford 75, Gre Flam common 70 Northern division w c pet Scull Tith id 0 1.000 Harrogate i s .6bs last Neath c 6 .800 Kurki Ovten 4 in .211 Brunting Thorpe 2 10 .187 Prestwick 19 ".100 saturday1 Ruutti Send Thorpe its. Last Nhouth 58 har Rogul 71, Kirk Newton 61southern division w l pet. Cutt Kindi 14 0 1.000 Alca Bury 0 3 ,769 London 58 .385 croup Mon 9 ,337 wetly Illtyd 4 of -286 Suffolk 3 it .2 4 sturdy � Beuto Chicki Fondi 96, crop Itoi 61 is. Sulfa to is aka Bury it London unit Tiabl a is of a sk4 d to Clinch 3rd . In wife do Sculthorpe e n g 1 an d Spe Cial Scult Thorpe s big bad Vigi Lantes plucked the Lakenheath eagles 115-58, Here saturday after noon sewing up first place in the Safe us. District Northern division for the third straight season powered by the towering front line of Roland Mars Ralph Kiste maker and Jim Daniel the winners crashed the Century Mark for the second straight game against Lakenheath. Sculthorpe won 106 52, Friday night. The 6-foot, 4-Inch Mars dumped to 36 Points to notch scoring honors. He got Able assistance from 6-4kistemaker, who in addition to scoring 24 Points snatched 22 re Bounds. ". Re a player coach John Taylor added 18 markers while Daritey 6-foot,6-Incher, gained 11, the Gam num Ber Norman Yvon tallied Daniel also plucked 20 rebounds. First halt Spur Sculthorpe raced to a 62-28phalf time Lead. Mars and Kistemaker Lethe first half attack with 20 and 18 Points respectively. Forward Roy Jamerson kept Lakenheath in Contention during the first 10 minutes by hitting nine of his 16 Points during that Cashman finished with 14 for the Osers. " the vigilantes completely dominated the backboards in the second half limiting the eagles to Only one shot in most cases while getting four and five chances for themselves. Only once in the final20 minutes did the harried eagles Chicks rap trailblazers9 96-61, gain Playo spot Croughton. England special its Chicksands fighting Chicks 14-0 waltzed into the Safe .district playoffs by humbling the Croughton trailblazers 96-61, Here Vikings grab sole Lead in 3rd inf race Schweinfurt Germany Spe Cial Center Asp Valore pumped in 28 Points and cleared 25 re Bounds to Lead the 38th inf Vikings past the 4th inf warriors 87-70, saturday night in the opener of their crucial 3rd inf div league win shot the Vikings into undisputed first place As Bot clubs had entered the game Shar ing the no. 1 position with 8-2records, the 6-foot, 4-Inch Valore racked Harrogate nears berth in playoffs Kirknewton Scotland Spe Cial the Harrogate eagles moved closer to clinching to berth in the Safe . District play off by defeating the Kirknewton comets 75-61, Here saturday to gain an even split in their 11-5 invades Prest Wick tuesday and wednesday an must face Only third place Laken Heath in a Home series. The eagles swept to a 42-2g Kalf Tomc Lead an Tim Bundy iced the verdict by hitting 10 consecutive free throw sin the second half. Frank o was High for the eagles with 21. Bundy pocketed 16 in All. Al Mason hit 13 and Ken Howard had 10. Kirknewton 4-10 was paced by Vern Richardson s 28. Jerry Parker and Don each tallied 10. Up 15. Of his Points in the first half As the Vikings moved into a commanding halftime Lead. Valore s performance was Abl supported by Dennis Brekke Tom Grant and Larry Matthews who totalled 13, 12 and 11 Points respectively. Don Johnson was High for the warriors with 16 markers. John Felix tossed in 14 and John Meyer and Wilmer Crisp clicked for 13 apiece. Kit Ingen Germany special the Kitzinger eagles tacked no. 7 onto their 3rd inf div league win Streak saturday night by nudging the Soth inf rockets 86-60, to an overtime Battle. The a Tigles have not tasted de feat to the league since dropping their first four starts. The rockets who have had their lips and Downs of late went Down tothe 0-5 level. Five eagles produced double figure scoring with Ken Gadson flipping in 21, John Hughes 18,Cuto Brooks 17, Lurry Sherman 13 and John con Ghchi ii. However High Point Laurel were taken by the 30th info curl Wuskell who Sank 28 counters. Bobby you that added 14 and Joel Lankster 12.the two teams were tied 32-32 at halftime and 72-72 at the end of regulation time. The overtime was ruled by kit Zingen. A Schaffenburg Germany special the 3rd div tvs Loco motives managed to keep the 7th of cardinals at Hay through Alp and tuck second half saturday and Hung up n 77-74 win in the3rd inf div league. The Locos were successful i nursing a Lead that stood at 35-28 at halftime throughout the second half although the cards several times Drew to within one Point the last gesture being at 73-72. Jim halt led the locomotives 3-8 with 18 Points. Floyd Bond scored 17, Charlie Mayfield 15.clarence Washington 12 and Jim Coan 10.for the cards 1-10. Sam Sim Mons and Art Knatt each had 17,Steve Smith 14 and Willie Sim Mons 1l. Saturday afternoon to Nail do none of the two Southern division Chicks showed a 55-25 half time advantage. Doug William bugged 25 counters Gene Bryant garnered 18, Don Roarty hit 16 and Ronnie Vaugh had 12.Don Taylor managed 20 Tor the losers who Are 5-9, while both nude Cox and Arthur Bierra found the Range for 10.chicksands and Sculthorpe Quail fied for the playoffs saturday while five other teams Brize Norton. Welford. Suffolk Kirknewton and Bru Nunthorpe were officially counted out of the running. Wethersfield England Spe Cial the raiders shoved the Suffolk titans into the basement of the Safe . District Southern division by trim Ming the visitors 65-55. Here saturday for a sweep of their weekend 4-10 is one game ahead of the titans 3-11 Tom Dean led., the raiders with 20 Points l. C. Green chipped in with 15 and Claybourne Carter had 12.Suffolk, on the Short end of a 28-26 intermission score got a 16 Point performance from Ken Kahn. Lipon gets Pilot pos Charleston. . Up Johnny Lipon former major league infielder has been named to Man age the Charleston indians of the class a Eastern league. Indians Bounce Tlasek to trip dretkk9 Paris special the shape indians avenged their Friday night upset to nip the Dreux Plains men. 64-60, and assure themselves of retaining at least a share of first place in the Safe France District s Western division. Shape entered the series finale Ngn inst Dreux sharing the Loop s no. 1 spot with Laon. The indians now own a 9-3 record while Dreux squared away at 6-6.lowell Holt led the victors with 19 Points while James Wynn chipped in with 13, Al Wier with 12 and Tom Amos with 11. For the plainsman who trailed at the half 32-28, Gary Wilson amassed 20 tallies Dick Gammon 16 and Louis Akin 15. These earned w107-48, an4 4 fittingly mus Point after to make the scores seconds later a shot from the Sid last of. The Star the court and 6 has Tury Mark five its 16-0 record output was 321thorpe. Lakenheath n Hind Harrogate. Lai the big r Sculthorpe f6 Ftp it s 88 outlet Taylor. T Williams 0 Stengal. F Hep ural. F Colo go my. I 195 8s Ai 2 0 1 21 to in u tot\l3 it 11$ a no Tharp veg Llanto cml Western div Stoi broncs Brize Norton. Cal Burt Fonte Nofs cowboys closed to so game of file High we the hot Safe Ujco Ern division Chas Brize Norton Broncos saturday afternoon their two game series. The cowboys 13-2j Lead at halftime. Bill Darin 28 counters. Bob through with 25 and had 21. The Broncos 3-13 magically eliminated from race. Charley Kim Esthe losers followed by 11 and Jim Lewis 10 " Green Ham Coj special Fairford tinned their hot Pur Wycombe and Chela eight Safe Vii Ern division race by the Green Hani common170, Here saturday of Fairford 13-6 straight Over the pirate tors grabbed a 33-21 advantage. Fred Wagner Williamson were the 18 and it makers and Gene cast Vlf hit 1ft, i Bill Harmon Sno Reding laurels for the Bob Scott netted 16,had 11 acid Jinmie the setback left Thea 5-11 Chart. Upper Heyford special the up sky Kings laced the hampers by 100 Points Day in chalking up athe Safe . Dist sky Kings Brof Ceu figures with Don deat ing up 30 and mayoral Copple wound Charley Knox and be showed 18 apiece Robinson hit 10.now 9-7. The game but Outra ers Felt behind 63-20thalf. Mike Miller cont a losing cause. It 14th successive los officially counts out the Western Pennant

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