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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - January 25, 1962, Darmstadt, Hesse.25, 1962 the stars and stripes Pom 19l" a. On the major of be me 10 years i qualify me for a of him go to Detroit a Brown got Hurt up with 73 Days t rotter., he says it shp0 Grid Ace texans Curt Merz a on the 1958 team tote Dallas texans football league.13,500 Bonus and a year the said. The i960 season with Canadian league to return Tob who say they contract still the new York him in the loss skein 109-103 losing Streak by beating the Newyork knocks 109-103, in the second game of the doubleheader before 13,895 in Madison Square lakers with Elgin Baylor away on army duty were out scored 34-20 in the second Quarter and fell behind 62-50 at intermission. The celtics increased their Lead to 77-60 Midway in the third Quarter and then held off a los Angeles rally. The lakers had moved to within nine Points 96-87, Early in the last period. Tommy Heinsohn with 28 Points and Bill Russell with 22 Points and 28 rebounds paced the celtics. Twas Boston s 38th Victory in 47 games and third in five meetings with the West was los Angeles top scorer with 32. " full time player Leonard playing the full 48 min utes scored 39 Points on 16 for 27 from the Field and seven of nine foul throws. Bellamy scored 28 Points and had 14 rebounds. Richie Guerin scoring Only nine Points in the first half wound up As new York s High scorer with 25. The Victory was the first for the packers in two weeks and was nailed Down in the final minutes after each team had taken turns rallying from behind. Bellamy and Leonard were joined by Andy Johnson who scored 17 Points in pulling Chicago ahead 102-97. With 2 17 left to play. A goal ending Call against new York s Phil Jordan on a shot by Charlie tyra gave the packers this Edge and the kicks could t Over come it. The game was the sixth in six nighty for the packers who Are on an eight games in eight nights Binge. Hawks 115, nats 107 St. Louis up the St. Louis Hawks romped to their fourth straight Victory tuesday night with a 115-107 Victory Over the Syracuse nationals. It is the Hawks longest winning Streak of the season. The Hawks attack was paced by Bob Pettit Bobby Sims and Cliff Hagan who combined for 85 of the St. Louis Points. Pettit led All scorers with 34 markers while Sims added 28 and Hagan 23. It was Sims highest total As a Hawk. St. Louis held a 56-53 halftime margin and then opened up a 17 Point spread in the closing minutes of the third Quarter to coast to Gambee topped Syracuse with 21 Points. Johnny Kerr added id and Al Bianchi 18. Tenn. A i tops or k new Yuek Orpi Tennessee i despite a week of idleness picked up added strength in the United press International Small College basketball ratings this wee to solidify its no i ranking with a season High of 24 first place votes. the Tennessee tigers National Small College champions in two of the last three seasons collected a total of 302 Points failing to draw a vote from Only one member Bathe 35-coach up rating Board. Prairie i e a am Drew six first place votes and a total of 262 Points to take Over second place from Westminster also Idle last week because of midyear sex Pennsylvania titans who have won 10 of 11 games Thi sea son compared to Prairie / View s13-1 record bad 254 Points. Last Flea 2-1 in signing new York up National football league teams Are outbid Ding the Young american league for the leading College players Bya ratio of at least 2-1 in a pro football Talent War that has Force Rookie salaries to a record High. A United press International sur vey shows that of the 44 signed collegians who were chosen on the first 10 draft rounds by teams from both leagues 27 have gone to the nil 13 to the Al three and Irv to Canad another Good e of Ken Gabriel two such disputed signings. The other is Ray Jacobs a 270-Pound tackle from How Ard Payne who was the no. 1 Choice of the Al Champion Houston oilers Jacobs also signed with the Dallas cow boys of the nil. Goode signed with the St. Louis cardinals and the Al Dallas texans. The National league clubs insist they will wind up with both Goorich and Jacobs although they May have to go to court to do so. The College stars of course Are the beneficiaries a this sky a the limit bidding Between the two pro leagues. And the prime example is Ernie Davis of Syracuse the hels Man trophy Winner who commanded an $85,000, three year con tract from the Cleveland Browns. Davis was one of six collegians who was made the no. 1 draft pick of a team in each league. The Washington redskins of the nil and the Buffalo Bills of the Al Al teams have signed 79 of 200 draftees Foss Buffalo a commissioner Joe Foss of the american football league claimed tuesday a better than Ever record of signing draft choices tills year improved Tele vision coverage and a greater year by far in Prospect for the Al in 1962."we re ready for a pro Champion ship game with the National league right now said Foss. With another year of Competition he said the new league will be the equal of the nil top to conceded the loss of six of the Al s eight top draft choices to the rival league. But he said the nil devoted its major ener Gies to doing just that from the Complete draft list of 200, said Foss the eight Al clubs have signed 79 to Date. Last year when the clubs drafted 240. A total of 71 were signed he an indication of Quality said Foss. Five of the seven most Valu Able players in the major bowl games already Are under aft con tracts t Foss said he expected the Ameri can broadcasting co. To announce it was picking up its Al Tele vision option Well before the april 15 deadline called for under Abc five year contract with the league. He said it appeared that half the necessary sponsors already had been sold. A 1962, he said Al television will be in More than 200 cities compared with 127 in 1960 and 137 in 1961. Both made Davis a top draft redskins then traded his draft rights to the Browns who induced him to accept their offer in preference to bids from Buffalo and Canada. Jav All six of these prize picks signed with nil teams. Besides Davis they were Bob Ferguson of Ohio state Pittsburgh Steeles oversaw Diego chargers roman Gabriel of North Carolina state Losangeles rams Over Oakland raid ers Ron Bull of Baylor Chicago bears Over Dallas texans Gar Collins of Maryland Browns Over Boston patriots and Merlin Olsen of Utah state rams Over Denver Broncos. I fonts sign Helebrand besides these three other nil teams sighed their first picks. The new York giants got Jerry Hille Brand of Colorado Denver s no. 2 Choice the Champion Greenbay packers signed Earl Gros of leu Houston s no. 2 Pickand the cardinals corralled Fate Echols of n o r t h w e St Ern the new York titans no. 3 selection. The Sari Diego chargers one of three most successful Al teams in signing draftees grabbed two of the nil s first round choices. The chargers signed Lance Alworth of Arkansas who had been drafted no. 1 by the san Francisco 49ers, and John Hadl of Kansas picked first by the Detroit Lions. The Al texans also outbid nil rivals for two Star players in Eddie Wilson of Arizona Detroit s. No. 2 pick and Bill Miller of Miami of athe Minnesota Vikings third round Choice. Won nine lost two nine nil teams have signed their first round picks and two have lost them. Dallas and Minne Sota traded away their no. 1 draft rights and the redskins cannot sign Leroy Jackson of Western Illinois until he has completed his track eligibility. Washington acquired Jackson in the Deal that sent Davis to Cleveland. In the Al six of the eight teams have lost their first round selections Houston s Jacobs is subject to dispute while Sandy Stephens of Minnesota must still de cide Between the Browns and the Al titans. Al clubs fire not discouraged by this year s trend. In a similar Survey made last year at this time the ratio was closer to 3-1 favor ing the. Established r neighbors in fold american league owners main Tain that with Only eight teams compared to the nil s 14, it is not necessary for the younger league to sign As Many draft picks in their goal of narrowing the competitive Gap Between the two loops. Among the other highly sough players signed by Al teams were All America Bill neighbors of Ala Bama Boston Alex Kroll rut Gers new York Gary Usinger Oklahoma state and Bill Rice Ala Bama both Houston Glenn Glass Tennessee and Dave Viti Boston University both Buffalo Dick Hudson Memphis state Bob Mit Inger Penn state and Bob Jack son. New Mexico state All san Diego. The chargers have signed three continued on Paye �2 week Westminster shaded by five Nerup spot A grumbling the a of the coaches to Small College championship on to fourth place Babi Ichii Points Over Hofstra awhile Berg remained sixth Saul is Livols seventh and Eva Hay ill r eighth. Mount St. Mary s my one notch to ninth and Wesleyan joined the to first time replacing slumping a get sound which to uth Pacific lutheran Washington. Grambling 13-3 Anil a Jaivid Southern Illinois 10-3 i whipped Eastern Michigan 104-59. " / Evansville 7-6 Defeated Indi Ana state. 84-75 mount so Mary s 11-3 beat rider 101-67, but lotto St. Joseph s a88-71. And Kentucky Wesleyan Defeated Southeast Missouri 83-73, and aus tin Peay 106-86, for a 12-2 Mark. Following puget sound in the second 10 grouping were Pacific lutheran in 12thr southwestern Oklahoma in 13th, pan american in 14th, Fresno state and univer sity of Minnesota at Duluth wer tied for 15th, Jackson state wa17th and Central Missouri George town by. Southwest. Missouri Valparaiso and Williams were tied for 18th. Other top vote Westminster Grambling and wit ten Berg were the Only other school besides Tennessee a i and Prairie View drawing first place coaches picked Westminster for the top spot while Gramblin Gand Wittenberg were the no. 1 picks of one coach. With Points awarded on a 10-9-8-7-&-5-4-3-2-1 basis for votes from first through 10th, Wittenberg had161 Points for a solid grip on sixth place while Southern Illinois drew124 Points and Evansville had 79. Mount St Mary s had 57 an Kentucky Wesleyan St. Puget sound missed making the top 10by eight Points. The top game this week involving a rated team finds Westminster taking on St. Francis a major school for the second time this season saturday. In their previous meeting West Minster won 87-66. Tennessee a i in t in action again until Jan. 29,when, the tigers play Southern it Lino a. 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