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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - January 22, 1968, Darmstadt, HessePage 22 the stars and stripes standings american basketball �99n.enilrrn do Villon Kew Jim Tkv mow Oil Denverd Itom Loit if ii morn won no n2 1 21 24 27 29division if 27 if 10 a Kuruny 18in 28 30 32retult 000 471 370 111 000 film 349 .34r 319 behind 2 2 i 13 imv4 Imi. Incl Lynn 10 re Lul Crl new i Only National basketball division won lost pet. Behind. 3fi 14 .714. Izral Lickli Inni Cincinnati 2 124 22 17 14 24 23 2h 30division 62 1.till 440 .302 i i ii %10 i i a 17 to hum. 30 14 .720ban Iii .1 32 20 Oil 5 von Anil flip. 24 22 .022 10chlt m c. In 32 .3 0 18 ban i my. 14 30 .280 22bcntlh 14 37 .275 22 ,4 saturday s result Vilall Minimi is. Lioti Tun 128, Detroit 120i of clip Cego 111 St. Louin 120, sit attle 116l m Anui i m Ifil Stin Francisco 122 Only Tunch Chc ruled National hockey division w l t pit. Of lab Ohmi. 23 14 6 62 161 130 chicane. 201212montreal21 14 0 Toronto. 21 14 8now York. 2015 8 Detroit. 17 18 7 West division Philadelphia. 2016 Lom my Iii Siil Abt. Louis Oakland Miinte in saturday 1821 1021 14 1915 21 82710 results 62132119 61 130 i9 60 131 86 48127110 41 141 130 46110 1 6 40 107 13630103123 37 99 12 36 86 10226 8 1 Ollil Toronto 6, Minnesota 1huston 4, Philadelphia 2 now York 3. Oakland 0only names scheduled american hockey league Eastern division w l t pts. Of . 2119 0 47160100 Hershey. 19 15 5 43 157 120 Baltimore. 1610 7 39142128providence18 19 8 38 138 15 Western Divisio Cleveland. 21 13 6 48 135 127 Rochho tar. 19 18 7 45 144 130buffalo18 18 7 43 145 153 quo boo. 16 16 8 40 156 137saturday s results Buffalo 2, Cleveland 1portland, we 2. Hershey 3 Springfield 5, san Diego we 3only Uinos scheduled Central hockey league Northern division w l t up. Of at ulna. 21 18 8 60 143 131 Kuna ii City. 18 18 5 41 133 136momplilh1423 6 34110148 opium. 8 21 8 24 91 132southern division fort worm. 21 11 0 51 152 105oklahoma City. 2214 6 49 142 103 pall a. 16 17 8 40 185 146houston16 19 7 37 122 138 saturday result Oklahoma City 4, Kauai City 0 fort wort i 8, Omaha 2tulhd 4. Dull a 3 i in Hla 4, Houston 2 Eastern hockey league saturday s results pro Mulidoro 1knox lilo 4muxtwiue a Florida 0 Bailum 6, Charlotte 6joluihlown 13, Hyrum Como 1 now Liu Vun a new Jarvay 2,Clinton 8, Long Inland 1 International hockey league saturday s results Mushki Toni 7, Columbus 2toledo 4. Den Mol Nus 3 fort Wayne 6, 1 Ort Huron 4 Western hockey league saturday s results Burli Ikhil 6, Hun Diego 3llm-Hhcy. Al. 2, Portland 2 Vancouver 4, i to unix 0 Fleming wins com 11. Mikovich Wool also automatically made Uncle Sam s world team for the championships starting feb. 27 in Overall Points. Wood tallied 1h2.48 to 130.29 for Visconti who was of Ivan an assignment to skate in the nationals by the Navy in which he has 21 months to serve. Visconti is station Dat the Grosse he Point Mich. Naval air station. Petkevich a philosophy student at the College of Grea Falls in Montana wowed a afternoon crowd of some 7,00i with a spectacular free skating performance. It carried him from fourth place to third Over Allen gators play spoiler Knock off vols 59-46 Thonh i 18 Schouten finished with 22 Points new Mexico Oft Brigham Young Oft Nelson Sanford 11 3-3 25 Chou ten 8 6-8 222 4-6 8 Dresser Shrop Hilr 3 0-0 6 Howard Becker 4 0-0 8 Ullmo Howard 6 2-6 14 lytlitroe0 2-2 2 Allna 0 2-2 2 8 3-3 19 or Lech 1 of 2 of i 7 0-0 8 0-0 16 3 5-9 u totals 34 16-21 84 totals 29 11-21 69new Mexico 39 4584 Brigham Young 4 3569fouled out none. Team fouls net Mexico 16, by 18attendance14,868. Auburn Ala. A to Perry Sank two pressure free throws with 36 seconds left inthe game saturday to give the Auburn tigers a 74-73 Victory Over eighth ranked Kentucky in Southeastern conference basketball. Perry s heroics were set up by Auburn Sophomore Center Billy Alexander who scored onto three Point plays and a Fol Low up Basket in the last 2% min utes to keep the tigers in the got the Ball with 3l seconds left and worked towards final shot. Steve Clevenger took it from 20 feet with six seconds remaining but the bal bounced off the left Side of therm and Alexander pulled Down the rebound with two seconds left to ice the game for Auburn. Auburn Jackson tinker Alexanderis Owell Perry Hurt wills a f 4 0-0 2 3-6 4 6-7 11 3-3o be 0 1-3 0 2-6 Kentucky q 8 pratt7 i sol 14 jaracz25 arg onto 17 casey1 Lemaster 2 Clevenger Berger Gamble f 6-6 0 8-10 2c 0 0-1 6 3-4 � 6-6 0 0-0 0 3-4 0 0-030-04 totals 27 20-30 74 totals 24 28-31 73auburn 30 44 7. Kentucky 2 417fouled out Auburn tinker Hart. Attendance2,500. West Point . A army s basketball team won its fifth straight game by defeating Dartmouth 76-58 saturday night. A 13-0 burst sparked by Bil Schutsky. Steve Hunt and Mike Noonan put the cadets ahead Early in the game and Dart Mouth never , held to just four Field goals in the opening half Nelson sets Pace in 500-mile trials r1vkhs1de. Calif. A Norm nil soil of Racine wis. Piloting a ia8 Plymouth Quali fied saturday for sunday s motor let in univ Ursida 500-Milenice with a top stood of 107 29 1 i hour. Afu Rutiri of Days of qualifying total 44 Stork car Drivers awaited sunday action. Dun Vonti of Kirkuk Iowa drove a 11 68 Dod a Clearnt Saturday for tin Ocmond qualifying spot As 24 made the fit id. Twelve laces from the top us Jerry Titus Winner of the Perma Tex 100-Miler just a few hours earlier. Driving a 1966 Ford the Sherman Oaks Calif.,Driver had a Speed of 93.416. Titus captured the permeate first Money of $4,000 in a 1960 Kord. His winning time Wasutin i 77 ., breaking the old per Matox record of 78.077m.p.h. Set last year by Oren i Rosser. Dan Gurney won the pole position for sunday s race j n qualifying thursday. His Speed was better than 110 Winnor of the Soo mile race will Lake Home approximately trailed by As Many As 33 Point when army lifted its starters Only minutes into the Seco stanza. Army Schutsk Noonan Huntowski Oxley George Urban Simmons Ken Kmiller Joyc Fenty Franke q f 2 0-0 3 5-6 5 1-4 2 1-2 3 2-4 1 3-3 2 1-1 1 4-14 3 3-4 0 0-2 2 5-6 1 1-3 0 0-0 col ban Dartmouth 211 Tyson 3 11 reefy5 a King 8 bnhnm6 Wynn 5 St Ford 6 felter9 pen thy 0 mathlas9 Neal a stnla0 f 6-9 8-6 0-0 2-5 2-4 0-0 3-5 2-2 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-2 total 25 26-39 76 total 17 24-37 58dartmouth 14 445� army 37 397fouled out Dartmouth Winn attendance 3,000. Annapolis a. A Lla used a pressing defense to de feat Seton Hall 68-58 saturday in the first basketball encounter Between the two midshipmen surged Anzac at 12-11 on a Basket by Scot Semko Midway in the first Hal. And never trailed again. Nav led 36-31 at the halftime Buzzer the closest the pirates fro South Orange . Came to catching up with Navy in the second half was 60-54, with 2 12 remaining. 8eton Foley Mosa Dooley Chunhua Gregory Wall Navy 4 semko11 kill Mrtin 11 parks6 Volmle 16 Schmidt 4 Dow 0 spooner0 Blais 4 carroll2 hot Chang total 1822-31 68 totals 2420-30 68seton Hall 31navy 38 32_6i fouled out Seton Hall Somerset Navy Tomle Schmidt attendance1,000. Domed stadium gets student of at Idaho state Pocatello Idaho a Idaho state University students have voted 1,540 to 1,189 in Favoron a $12 per semester increase in student fees to finance Colleg football s first school owned domed stadium. By a slightly smaller margin students also approved $6 per semester fee increases for Aca Demic scholarships. Earlier or. William e. Davis Isu president said the outcome of voting would determine whether or not he would ask the state Board of education to construct the 13,000-seat facility at a Cost of $2.5 million Isu with 4,108 eligible student voters currently has a 6,000-seat stadium. Also on the ballot was a pro Osal to abolish the school s foot Ball program. That was defeated2,137 to 547. Grand larceny new York up pet Teiser set a major league rec urd when he stole Home Sev Nunes for the Brooklyn dodgers in 1946. The 17-year-old Harvard univer sity freshman who won this title in 1964 and 1966 and was runner up in the alternate years. Petkevich a 5-foot-8 150-Pounder who May seek the Priesthood received a standing ovation. Wood Visconti and Petkevich thus joined the three pairs teams which made the olym pics and world teams Friday night Ron and Cynthia Kauff Man the pairs champions from Seattle wash., and the secondhand third place finishers Sandi Sweitzer arid Roy Wagelein of California and Jojo Starbuck and Kenneth Shelley of Arctic Blades skating club Para mount Calif. Indiana pair win sin the Gold dance Champion ship Judy Schwomeyer and James Sladky of Indianapolis,ind., finished first with Vicki camper and Eugene Heffron of the Detroit skating club Sec Ond. Joan Bitterman and Brad his lop of the Seattle Wash skat ing club won the Silver dance championship despite an injury suffered during practice earlier in the Day by Hislop. The in jury which required 15 stitches inside and 25 stitches outside on his right forearm occurred when another skater doing a jump came Down on the Seattle skater s Arm. Injury shelves Hislop the injury forced Hislop to withdraw from the senior men Competition but he insisted on performing in the Silver dance in which he and miss Bitterman finished first in the preliminaries thursday. Margaret Millier and Donal Bachlott of Wilmington del., and Philadelphia were seconding the event. Tisha Baird and Richard Inglesi of the Philadelphia skating club and humane society won the juniors pairs championship saturday night. Jill Ritchie and Ralph Mere Dith of the overlap skating club Bellevue wash., finished second and Melissa and Mark Militano of the Long Island . Figure skating club were third. Mondoy jonuoryjg.10 76ersrip bulls Nab East Lead i continued from Page 191 basketball association Victory Over Boston that knocked the celtics out of first place in the Eastern division. The heroics of Johnson and Monroe overshadowed a Brilliant shooting exhibition by Boston s Sam Jones who scored 38 Points As the celtics vainly tried to overcome a 24-Pointdeficit that was built in the first Quarter. The celtics rallied twice in the second half cutting the bullets margin to four Points twice How Ever two clutch baskets by the Veteran Don Ohl helped ease the Strain in the final minutes Send ing a crowd of 4,344 Home Happy. Boston Jone Graham Russell Howell Sander Shacek Nelso Thacker Embry q f t 14 10-12 3800-00 5 2-5 12 3 4-5 10 4 3-6 11 13 3-5 29 4 5-7 13 0 0-0 0 1 0-1 2 Baltimore Monroe Ohl Bil Sjohnson Scott Ghery Marl Negan f 14 4-5 32 8 5-5 1 4-4 14 5-6 33 6 4-4 16 3 0-2 0 4-4 0 0-0 totals 4427-41115 totals 4626-30118boston 16 31 38 30-115 Baltimore 34 26 30 2&118fouled out none. Total fouls Boston 23, Baltimore 2g.attendance 4,344 Detroit blog Milessa Rodr Ebher Tresvant Walke Varale Patso Digger Chappell q f t 9 12-13 30 10 4-6 24 0 0-0 0 7 2-2 1630-04 4 3-4 11 1 6-10 8 3 2-2 820-04 5 5-7 is Cincinnati Gsmith Hrsto Lucas Wesley Rodgers love Gray Fox f 3-3 10-10 32 2-4 18 5-7 19 4-4 20 2-4 0-0 0-0 14 0-0 2 0-0 0 naia. Continued from re 18 Burg 53-8. 4, Alan Everback 50-8h. 5, Gerard Downs Wayland Tex. 50-7. 6. George Moon southwestern naia High jump i Lloyd , Calif., 6-10. 2, Jonathan Robin son Texas Southern 6-8. 3. Thomas Rath. Oshkosh. Wls., 6-7, 4, Roy Hicks. Texas Southern 6-7. 5-6 tie Tom Jones ,1,? to la Kan state and Homer Hen Ullh b. Michigan 6-4. Naia mile relay i Prairie . Fred Newhouse. Henry Henderson Alvon Dotson. Finis Taylor 3 10.2. 2.at am a 3 19.3 3. K Michigan 3.24.5. 4, by Pola Kan. State 8 25.1. 0,Texas Southern. 3 27.8. 6, Doane. Neb. O .0.4. Open pole vault 1, William , Ypsilanti. Mich. 16-0. Meet Wick record u-6 by Fred Burton Wichita state. 1967. 2. Steve Owens univ. Of Tennessee track club. 16-0. 3. Total 43 34-44 120 totals 51 26-32128detroit 24 24 28 44120 Cincinnati 35 29 27 37128 fouled fouls Detroit 21, Cincinnati 24. Seattle Descry Tucker Rule hazzard Akin Lou Murrey Olye Weiss Wilson Horn f t 3-6 9 2-2 14 2-3 6 3-8 25 5-7 13 3-6 5 2-2 2-4 0-9 2 6 03-3 13 0-2 46-8 18 8t. Louis Bridges Silas Beaty dwell Wilke Sdavis Lehm Hudson Snyder Tomlen f t 2-2 14 2-3 0 8-10 20 1-2 23 13-13 39 0-0 2 0-0 0 0-0 0 4-6 10 0-0 total 4231-51115 totals 4530-36120seattle 33291736-115 8t. Loul 25313331-120 fouled fouls Seattle 25. St. Louis 35. Naia 2-mile relay _ i Eastern Michi Gan. Glenn Dusek. John Carrot Randy Hilman Rick Nesbitt. 7 66.8. 3, fort 8 01 2 8l p Burgh stated Emp la state Kan., 8 06. 6prairie View. 8 08.7. 6. Tie Texas South Ern and Central Washington 8 181open Long jump i Bobby Ovanesyan. User Ralph Boston los Angeles Strid san Attles Bills Hetz Elking Laruss Olatten Lee Lewis Turner Mullina Francisco q f t5 1-2 u 30-0612 12-12 36 4 8-8 164 13-14 21 1 1-2 3ft 5-7 1516-77 31-55 10-02 los Angeles f Bayl Rclark r 9 12-12 30 6 4-5 16 counts Rford Odra Chiton Hawkin Imhoff mlle West Wetzel 0-1 1 0-0 2 8 2-3 18 0 0-0 0 7 5-5 197 6-1020 3 0-8 12 7 n-14 25 1 3-3 total 3846-57122 totals 5149-61151san Francisco 30342731-122 to Angeles 37 32 35 47-151fouled out san Francisco Attles a Aruayo los Angeles fouls san Francisco 30, Loa an Gelea 36. Attendance 11,085. Team scores Prairie View. Tex. To Texas Southern 67% Eastern michigan68tt. A Kauska Aman 81 plot Sura state 22 a Maori state 20 i St. Cloud a ,2 not Hay 8tate i Rolands 8=Doane neb i Grambling Iii i dental Calu 10 pm Nallif. 10 Harding Ark. 8 Mcmurry 8 Oklahoma Christian 8 Basterl Lenota 6 Oshkosh. Wis. 6 Eastern new Mexico 6 Adams. Colo. State 4 state to � arks Naas dec Kiwon. . Whitworth. Wash. 4 Central washing ton 2h Ziac Elarid Iowa 2 Wayland Tex. 2 Kearney. Neb. 114 i Southwest in. In. 1 Westminster. To. I. Kathy Wainwright gives up athletics Sydney a Kathy Wain Wright Holder of two world women s swimming records Anda certain Choice in Australia s team for the 1968 olympic games has announced her re just cannot live a Normal life said Kathy 19, after Shehad withdrawn from the remainder of the current new South Wales championships. Miss Wainwright holds the world s record of 4.38.3 for the 440-Yard freestyle and of 18.49.for the 1,650-Yard freestyle

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