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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - January 26, 1968, Darmstadt, HessePage 22 the stars and stripes Friday january 26, standings american basketball Assn. div won loot pet. Behind no w la i Irv ii allium i ii Turley is i i i2 in 24i 21 " in in m of Vrklon 4m in i Ink .11 2s i is vhf in i11 Iii Var i it .3i7. I27 hov4 la 14 i 4ri i Init new . Dalili i Onk Liikal Aiichi pm la Minton w i remilus t him Yinru i i new 111 new orc imm 112. Drill ii 111 Kentucky i la. Iii Vrr Khi Anaheim pm. Hini Iliin f Only Kin 1 ii Lii i Luecil National hockey league East porn dial non w l t pit of Iloh ton 24 Toronto 2 i Sullko Montreal new York Detroit writ Philadelphia Ixia Anki pm St. Biol Lar. Man Nemota Oakland 15 6ir. 8. 2 1 it 12 21 14 9. 2t Inin 20 7 div lion. 21 10. 18 23 16 21. 10 22. 15 20 10 27 10 54 1 17 52 iii2 r 2 134 51 130 50 130 4 i 1.10 4 114 40 108 30 02an 114 30 106 30 03 a 08 12 119 117 148 99 141 106 132 1.16 132 cd Keiday s re Multi Philadelphia 2, Toronto 1 new York 2, Iloh ton i Detroit 4, Chlomko 2 St. La a Man Muhota 2 Oakland 4, Lou Arik Blesi Ionly Namen american hockey league Eastern div Liloni l t Pis. Of a Hen my 2115 5 47103120 2120 5 47152173 Baltimore 1710 7 41149130 Pruvli Dunro 16 20 8 38 141 107 Western do Villon Cleveland 21 15 6 48 138 134 Rochester 0 10 7 47 148 138 Buffalo 1819 7 43147157 Quebec 1717 8 42102143 wednesday s result Ite Nhey 4, san Diego we 2 Only game Tirend Iilva Central hockey league Northern div Liloni l t pit. Of a Tali a 23 12 8 54 149 134 a Nemih City 18 19 6 41 184 141 Memple Llyl 14 24 7 36 124 ibs Omaha 8 21 0 25 05 130 Southern do Villon fort Worth 22 12 u 53 159 110 Oklahoma City 2314 5 51146104 Dalian 17 18 8 42 140 151 Houston 6 21 7 39 130 146 Wod Keiday i result Gulmi 3, my Myhla 1 fort Worth 6, Kantus City 1 Alloa 4, Houston 2 Only games scheduled Eastern hockey league Wod Keiday. Result now Haven 7, John town 3 Only game Nch Odul International hockey league wednesday i Rei ulu Muskegon 2, h molten 2 Toledo a 1 Ort Huron 2 Only games scheduled Western hockey league wednesday s re Multi Portland 6, Vancouver 1 lit Hoy. Al 4, san Lego a Only Snead. Continued frn Page 18 both the . Golf association and the professional golfers now Snead who claimed he used the croquet stance because of a bad Back uses the same position and grip As the croquet style but with the Ball at about his right Heel. Facing the Hole his left Arm is reached across the front of his body tothe grip of the Putter. Snead said the new Way Hashim hitting not pushing the slamming Sammy claims the change does t Promise anymagic1. I be always Boon a Lousy utter he said. That s the reason i be Novor won the .open." the 72-Hole teachers championship will feature 18 holes daily for four Days. Ilcau also scholar Cincinnati Al Cuiyu e i a a s All Aine Roeii quarterback has been named to receive the first National foot Ball foundation mall of fam award As the All american scholarship football athlete. Theaward will be made Here Murch Pittsburgh holds off americans continued from Page a outside the 25 foot Mark four by Darel Carrier and too by lome Dampier and counted three Points. To i Ijar Delthe rules of the Revalee it Enver would have won 100-95 Denver had no 3-Point.ers. Carrier was game High scorer with 33 Lead 55-47 at halftime but shot miserably at the free throw line in the second half and could t Stop the reviving colonels. Double Protection the Toronto Maple Leafs throw up two goalies to prevent a possible Detroit goal. At least it appears that Way As Bob Pulford on Knees lends assistance to goalie Bruce Gamble 30 on Dean Prentice Spass from behind the nets to red Wing team mate Gordie Howe. But Pete Stemkowski 12 ties up Howe. Toronto won 2-0. Up photo Lacroi has big Lead in Ahl Points Rochester . Up Quebec Center Andre Lacroix is resembling a runaway express train in route to the american hockey league scoring championship. The weekly statistical report showed Lacroix far ahead in the scoring Derby with 70 Points. His nearest competitor is Roger de Jordy of Hershey with 53 picked up three goals and an equal number of assist during the past week pushing his goal output to 34. He tied the league Mark for most hat tricks in one season with six and i setting his sights on two other All time Marks most goals Inone season 55, and Points 119. Simon Nolet of Quebec to Mccarthy of Baltimore Howie Menard of Springfield and Bob Barlow of Rochester All Are tied with 51 Points. The scoring leaders q a , que Cleo 34 38 70 Dejordy 24 29 63 Barlow Rochester 3 28 51 Nolot. Quebec 22 29 61 Mccarthy Baltimore 21 30 61 Menard Springfield is 83 is Nykoluk Hershey 12 38 50 Pato Ruon Cleveland in 34 49 , 21 26 46 qom Ron Quebec 13 33 40 flyers trip on Laforge continued j i of Page 18 wings in six games with the Hawks this season. Chicago also has won two with two games tied. St. Louis a Gordon red Berenson s ninth goal in his last 10 games broke a tie and sparked the St. Louis blues to a 5-2 Victory Over the Minne Sota North stars wednesday night in a National hockey league game. With the North stars pet Goegan in the penalty Box Ber Enson bounced a 45-foot shot of two defensive players and past startled goalie Cesare mania Goat 13 04 of the final period. In the closing minute of play the blues scored twice More both times on steals. First do Mckenney who was getting his second goal and then Frank , grabbed the puck and skated in for unassisted came just seven seconds Gary Sabourin put the blues in front in the first period Mckenney got his first goal in the second period for a 2-0 Mcmahon scored for the North stars to break a scoreless Streak of Over 149 minutes against the blues. Then Ray College scores basketball air Kornue 75, Wash Lorn 00 l8u pm c k Suhon 81 holy c of. Colgate 81 West Virginia 77, Penn Gonte b3 thu 117, Allatin College 78 8 into Dura 117, St. 74 do i aul u i Illinois we Aloytuis 77 to Anlo 7ft. 7 3 inn 67, 1.11 y lie Ufi East Curol Lnu in. Cd org with Linton 72 he Iii Kif id. Mush. I. Dartmouth 75 by. Tei Hsi new Huven collide 73 t 71, Sinh fill 58 def Iimori in. Ohio Northern 75 Kris Ami my Oulu Vesloy to 80 a in i my ,0, Transylvania 14, Over ii jul liar a Lori line Loki Uin 70 id. Inn Hill til Gllnn Lanhum Bouton re 71 i Riidu Lih i mo., i Kim Tii Lii is. 61 h a Loroi port 67 t,.h 0�, Trif ., Turli 67 kit a la to in l Truw a. Homo 1 Olyou jul lung tech u3, 81. For Uncle liul., 87 uric 111, fort Wuyu Ulolo 104 by Anaville 52, Southern Iii. 46 Bethel kan., 81 Bethany kan., 88 Ottawa kan., 88, Sterling 77 Akron 68, it. Union 39 Cleveland state 79, Walsh 66 so. Carolina St. 102, Benedict Coll. 88 Western Michigan 91, Miami Ohio n St. Vincent. Pa., 78, Indiana pa., 77 american 91. Lamar tech 79 northeastern 08, boat on University 67 Detroit business 03, Davenport 81 Youngstown 113, Buffalo St. So c or Leglu Mellon 71, Way Naburg 05 Marshall a Ohio University 73 no. Iii. 84, Klu. Southern 76 Foley 1 2, a Tea 82 St. Peters . 1 8, Siena 72 Howard Payne 1 7. Angelo St. 88 West Texas is. Bicentenary 86 Muhlenberg 10u, Lyu Oming 03 Guilford High Point 71 Pomona so i Al tech 6u u Cul Irvine Westmont 87 Iuno Laius 93, Ful lutheran 74 so. Dakota St. To Oral Hoberg s3 St. Thomas 80, Augsburg 58 Monti Lair St. 83, Newark Rutgers 71 1-Ane 00, Tuskegee s3 Santa be 103, Culver Stockton 74 Leafs 2-1, s late goal Cullen tied it up before Beren son broke the knot. Los Angeles a the Oakland seals made it two straight Over los Angeles with Athree goal Salvo in the second period to Post a 4-1 National hockey league Victory wednes Day seals who blanked the Kings 3-0 sunday in Oakland picked up their first Triumph on the Road since nov. 30.despite the setback the Kings remained in second place in the East division. Jim Anderson s first nil Goa got the Kings off to a 1-0 Lead at 2 30 of the second period. Bui that was All the scoring los an Geles could manage against vet eran goalie Charlie Hodge. The seals roared Back 30 seconds later when Wally Boyer scored on King goalie Terr Sawchuk from in close. Kentucky maj by Ligon Caldwell Carrier Dampier Bayne Wascoe Roberta r 8 3-4it 3-5 8 2-211 78 6 1-2 0 1-1 0 0-04 4-5 Denvert 19 he Hewer 7 Bowens 14 Beck 33 so mini id Jones 1 Murrelet 0 Hoover 12 Wright hand totals 37 21-27 101 totals 39 22-40 100 Kentucky 26 21 27 27101 Denver 31 24 22 23-100 three Point goals Carrier 4, Dampier j. Fouled out Kentucky Cali vell Man Affrey Roberts. Total fouls Kentucky 30, Denver 23, Anaheim Calif. Up the Anaheim Arigos with stood a fourth Quarter rally by Houston to Register a 106-96 american basketball association Victor wednesday night. The Victory broke an eight game losing Streak for the Amigos and moved Anaheim into a fifth place tie with Houston in the Western Divi Sion. Anaheim went ahead at10 09 of the first period and never lost the Lead after Amigos had a 32-24 advantage at the end of the opening period and expanded the margin to 66-53 at halftime Anaheim Allen Bedel Bunce Chubon Archd Garner Selvage Thomas Turner Warley q f t 6 1-1 13 6 1-2 11 3 9-1015 7 7-9 21 10-22 20-04 8 2-5 19 10-02 1 0-0 2 7 3-3 17 Houston Becker Frazir molts Hale Hamod Lentz Menard Petty som St f t 3-4 11 2-3 8 3-3 9 3-3 10 1-4 8 2-2 8 0-0 e 0-0 2 7-10 34 total 41 23-32 106 totals 35 24-29 96 Anaheim 32 34 16 24-106 Houston 24 24 20 2& 9 three Point goals Selvage Hule so Merset. Fouled out Anaheim Chubon. Total fouls Houston 25, Anaheim 21. Mat son captures Sullivan award continued from Page 18 Thomas said i think Rand really deserves the Sullivan award. That 71-5 shot put throw was just fantastic. Randy is truly an All american Matson will participate in Thesan Diego indoor meet feb. 3, the fort Worth indoor meet feb. 9 and the los Angeles in door meet feb. 10.then he plans to take a Long break and concentration weight lifting. He will re sume Field Competition in lat March or Early april. Matson first attracted Atten Tion when he started shattering Schoolboy record sin the shot put while attending Pampa High school in the Texas Panhandle where he also played basketball and foot Ball. Wooed by a number of col Leges and universities Matson chose am enrolling in 1963.he skipped the fall semester of his Sophomore year to compete in the olympics win Ning second in the shot put be Hind Long s toss of 66 feet 8ft set the world s record of 70 feet 7% inches .m1965 then bettered it later with a toss of 71 feet 5% indies. The towering texan Wou like to get his weight up to w for this year s has abandoned or the present at least the he has hurled 213 feet 9& inches so As to conce Tiaw on the shot played one season of is netball at am but injuries suffered in that sport inter eur with his shot summer he married a Pampa High schools a heart Margaret Burns a uate of Abilene. a College. They live in coif be station and mrs. Matson is elementary school Teclu a w nearby Bryan

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