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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - March 1, 1968, Darmstadt, HessePage. 22 the stars and stripes Friday March 1, 19j standings american basketball Assn. Riib turn division won lost pet. Behind Minnesota Indiana new Jersey Kentucky new Orle Penvar Dallas. Houston Oaklan anaheim45 21. 44 25m in 151 35 27 s8 Western division. 40 2ft2 1 wednesday s 122, Hal land 11 111 .493.470 .615 .5t 7 .556 .1 08 .31 .348 2v412 % 14 17 ,4 a 4 17 17 it i result 1 h. 2 overtimes India tin Only National basketball Assn. Eastern division Wen lost pet. Behind Boston. New York Cloi Miniati 17 .521 .443 .443 .4115 Western division 5 10 21h 21 i 0 8 23 27 33 St. . 4 i 23 .081 los am. 41 27 .60, san Kim. .41 31 .569chk Sun 24 44 .353 Seattle. 20 48 .294 san l u i. 15 55 .214 s results new 126. Baltimore 122 Boston i. San Francisco 110 on Uhi. Selie dulled National hockey league Eastern division l t pts. Of a montr.-, i. 34 16 10 7s Iso 129 Chiwai 29 18 14 72 183 170 new i i i. 29 19 11 69 177 150 Boston 29 22 10 68 211 1s1 4 20 9 57 154 13s Detroit 21 28 10 52 192 197 Western division 20 24 9 61 145 141 Minnesota 3 27 11 57 157 194 los 25 26 6 50 156 186 St Louis 21 26 12 54 139 146 Pittsburgh 1 29 10 52 151 175 Oakland 15 34 12 42 129 171 wednesday s results Montreal 3. St. Louis 3 1, Toronto 0 Oakland 0, Minnesota 3 Only names scheduled american hockey league Eastern division w l t pts. Of a Hershey 2921 765221188 Springfield 27 25 7 61 205 219 Providence 3 27 9 55 197 221 Baltimore 22 25 9 53 194 193 Western division26 22 13 65 206 206 27 21 9 63 198 187 24 23 10 58 210 188 24 23 10 58 185 190 Cleveland Rochester Quebec Buffalo wednesday s results Hershey a Cleveland 5 Baltimore 4. San Diego vol 3 Only games scheduled Central hockey league Northern division w l t pts. Of a Tulsa 30 17 10 70 222 188 Kansas City 2525 7 57185192 Memphis 19 30 11 49 108 203 Omaha. 12 35 9 33 136 212 Southern division Oklahoma Ray. 3216 9 73205139 fort Worth 27 20 9 63 195 155 Houston 24 25 11 59 191 188 Dallas 232410 56184209 wednesday s results Omaha i Kansas City 1 Oklahoma City 2, Houston 2 Only name scheduled Eastern hockey league Northern division w Clinton new Havi ii Johnstown Long Island new a Syracuse l t pts. Of 52 5 10 114 400 10 21 0 80 339 9 5 3 3 32 28 1711 24 31 45 53 73 317 01 303 37 236 25 258 Southern division w l t pts. Of a 178 or 25 28 401 521 a Greely a l Charlotte Nashville Florida Nuvill Salern c Reinsl c1 i 111 a Only 44 38 38 2s 21 9 19 21 22 30 38 48 93 315 8-1 21 5 83 307 61 225 48 214 20 190 s results ii a 7, Charlotte 3 a Niin stun 2 tames scheduled National hockey league action blues rally to tie Caria Dielis St. Louis up veterans Dickie Moore and red Berenson Frank St. Marseille the third period night to erase Montreal Lead and Louis blues a 3-3 lie did Rookie scored in wednesday three goal give the St. With the the game marked the first time that Montreal had been beaten or tied by an expansion team since the labs lost to Tholos Angeles Kings 3-2, dec. 2. Montreal has loss Only two of its last 27 games. Montreal built a 3-0 Lead in the first two periods with two goals by Yvan Cournoyer and Oneby Gills Tremblay. Montreal had beaten St. Louisin each of the three previous games Between the two canadians dropped to a six Point Lead Over Victoriou Chicago in the East division of the National hockey scored the first St. Louis goal at 3 54 of the third period by deflecting a 40-foot slap shot by defens Eman Noel Picard. Moore was about 15 fee from the goal. Defens Eman Jim Roberts who had sparked the blues All evening made a Sharp Cross goal pass to Berenson for the second St. Louis goal at 11 18.the Pace of the game quickened beneath the Roar of11,452 St. Louis fans As the blues assaulted the Montre Alnet with the tying goal. St. Marseille got the score on twisting shot from 10 feet in front of the net after a pass College 86 basketball South Carolina 7. North Carolinn Boston College 104, Duquesne s8 Duke 71. North Carolina state 61 St. Peters . 70, Liu 59 Oklahoma City 114, Centenary 95 Georgia teen so. Clemson 51 Pitt 85, Carnegie Mellon 74 Syracuse 50. Niagara 49, overtime Virginia 70, Maryland 68 Chicago Loyola 85, Western Michigan 73 St. Joseph a pa., 85, Wake Forest 69 Colorado 91, Iowa state 76 Temple is Lafayette 59 la Salle 81, morn head state 73 Dayton 99, St. Joseph s. Ind., 66 Fairfield 74, Providence 61 St. Louis 74, North Texas St. 71 Vermont 103, Middlebury 86 Bentley 85, so mass. Tech 73 Grove City 81, lock Haven 71 Delaware 74, Albright 58 East Stroudsburg 99, Bloomsburg 86 Tufts 77, Amherst 86 St. Anselm s 106, new Hampshire 73 Northeast Missouri 79, Southern Lii Nois Edwardsville 69 Illinois St. 84, Eastern Illinois 80 Oshkosh 116, St. Norbert 104 Claremont Mould 64, Pomona College 60 Madison Fairleigh Dickinson 110, Brooklyn College 53 Jersey City St. 57, Montclair St. 54 St. Mary s. Kan. 101, Regis 68 Wesleyan b9, Trinity conn., 82 Assumption 101, South. Connecticut 79 Bates 100, Bow Cloin 85 North Park 82, Illinois Wesleyan 77 american International 78, Springfield mass., 66kentucky Wesleyan 59, Sou. Illinois 5 i Louisiana tech 85, Louisiana College 71 Southeastern Louisiana 94, Nicholls 8s Trenton St. 95, Newark St. 80 Hobart 74, Alfred 6-1 Millikin 100, Elm first 86 Hofstra is c. W. Post 68 Centra Connecticut 73, Adelphi 71 Salem. Mass., 74, Boston state 09 North Adams 94, Farrington 73 Central Ohio St. 32, Ashland 22, Over time Washburn 49, Emporium state 11 Miami Ohio s4, Eastern Kentucky s2, Throe overtimes Ithaca 02, Oswego state 60 Cortland state 84, Siena 75 Albany n.y., state 03, Oneonta Stair 5s Colby 75, Maine 64 Hunter 99, Marist n.y., 82 Morrisville a Lio Alma s7. Olivet mich., 8�i Adrian 7t5, Albion 74, overtime Wheato Hope 90 Michigan tech 104, Superior wi.-t., St. Is 77, Calvin 62 tournaments Carolina conference s2, Lenoir Obyne 61 naia District 16 Kiick Hurst i . 74 naia District 30 Alcuin a i Dill aril s5 hockey Curnell 7. Harvard 2 new Hampshire. 7. Dartmouth f Merrimack 1, Bowdoin 1 Colby to northeastern 5 University 2, i Brown 4, Vale 2 Aba cams name Hayes As College player of season St Louis up Houston s Elvin big a Hayes is the College player of the year a chosen by general managers of the National basketball association it was announced wednes Day night by the sporting was joined on the sporting news All America 1 College meet adds 7 More Cage teams continued from Page 19 conference Champion in the second the Southwest regional at Lake Charles la., also march8, american meets Jackson state and Trinity Tex faces Mcneese la , conn., will play Springfield mass., and Assumption College will face american International mass March 5 in first round games of the Northeast Section a regional at Worcester mass. Buffalo n.y., will meet Lemoyne and Rochester n.y., will be paired opposite North Eastern March 5 in first round games of the Northeast Section b regional at Rochester. The winners meet March 6 for the sectional titles with sectional champions playing March 9 at a site yet to redetermined for the Northeast championship. In the East regional at Reading pa., Cheney a state will face the Winner of the Southern division of the Middle Atlantic conference and Phil Adelphia textile is pitted against the Middle Atlantic conference Northern division Champion March 8. The winners meet March 9 for the East title. Ins charged in fatality Huston la. Up Michael Pinky Liggins a Houston Astro scout and former manager of the Boston red sox for seven years was released from jail on $7,500 Bond wednesday after his car plunged through work Crew on interstate 20, killing Ono Man and injuring three others. Liggins was charged with negligent Homicile and driving while intoxicated. Lie was released pending a grand jury hearing March 11. State police said the 59-year old Dallas resident was arrested tuesday night. Sgt. J. K. Tel dredge said George Killen 55, of Sirn Sboro la. Was killed instantly and Frederick Wood Ardi i of Arcadia la. Was in serious condition in a Huston Hospital with internal injuries Iii Isreil in the Accident. Loe Jinn 2, a of Choudrant la. And w. 1. Wilcher of jolts ii ire new scout balt Lokk a the Haiti More Colls of Hie National foot Ball league have hired City col lege s head Foo t b a 1 1 coach George Young to scout football Talent across the nation. League club announced Here. Huston were not seriously injured. Higgins a native of red Oak tex., managed the red sox from 1955 to 19g2 and has been scouting for the astros two years. Lie played third base for Philadelphia Detroit and bos ton through 1947, tying the major league record for most consecutive hits in 19u5 and 19-10 with 12.iliggins played in the world series with the tigers in 1940 and the red sox in 194ti. Lie was on both the 19m and 1914 All Star teams. Toof off of team also picked by the general managers by Urcla slew Kindor last year s player of the year Dayton s Don May Jojo White of Kansas and Pete Maravich of Louisiana poll also named Houston coach Guy Lewis As coach of the year. Six players were name the second team Wes unsold Louisville Larry Miller North Carolina Don Smith Iowa state Bob Kauffman Guilford Lucius Allen of Ucland Ron Williams of West Virginia. Kauffman and Smith tied in the voting for one Forward position. Honorable mention included Calvin Murphy of Niagara Shaler Halimon of Utah state Merv Jackson of Utah Tom Boerwinkle of Tennessee Fred Foster of Miami of Ohio Gary Gregor of South Carolina. Tom Ilagan of Vanderbilt Sim my Hill of West Texas Harr Hollines of Denver Bill Hoskot of Ohio state Bill Justus of Tennessee Tom Komi la of Minnesota Bob Lanier of St. Bonaventure Stu Lantz of Nebraska Mike Lewis of Duke. Logan of Western Jim Mcmillian Rick mount Dave Newmark Walt Piatkowski Bowling Green Bob Portman Creightoni Charles Scott North Carolina Norm Vanlierop St. Francis of Pennsylvania and Sam Williams of Iowa. Henr Carolina Columbia Purdue Columbia gamecocks upset North Carolina Duke trips pcs continued from panic 18 closed the margin but Cremins broke their backs with his fou shooting. The 6-2 guard not regarded As an excellent foul shooter hit 13 of 16 from the Charity line rom Wing Gary Sabourin the shot sent Montrea goalie Gump Worsley the eague Leader in goals Asal average sprawling on the ice Oakland Calif. Mph two goal contributions by Cen ers Ted Hampson and Bill Arris lifted the last is Oakland seals to a 6-3 nation Locky league Victory Over hip Minnesota North stars wed Lay night. In scoring Only their second win of the now completed 10-game series with the North stars Oakland spurted to a 6-0 Ead Midway through the final period before Minnesota scored ree times once with a two Man advantage and again on Power play. Mike Mcmahon Parker Mcdonald and Andre Hou Drais Tal red the late North Star goals. Fastest goal Hampson who collected his13th and 14th goals of the season opened the scoring with he fastest Oakland goal in history 34 seconds after the Start of the contest through Minnesota Rookie Roallen derail Wetzel. Billy Harris tallying his first goal since being reinstated two weeks ago following a walkout on the club scored his seventh and eighth of the year. He go Oakland s fifth goal in the third period and was followed by George swat Brick s 13th eight seconds later before Minnesota managed to break its scoring , still mathematically in the running for a playoff berth moved to within 10 Points of fifth place Pittsburgh with 13games remaining. In their last seven games the seals have won five and tied one. Toronto a Bob Schmautz first National hockey league goal and Denis de Jordy s shutout goal ending gave the Chicago Black Hawks 1-0 Victory Over the staggering Toronto Maple Leafs wednes Day night.schmaut/., recently called up from the Western league scored the game s Only goal with just Over four minutes left in the first period. He heat Bruce Gamble the Leaf goalie with Dennis Hull assisting. Fourth shutout after that took Over making the one goal Edge up. Dejordy kicked out turning in his fourth Tho season. The loss was Toronto s Ningui in the last 10 games and buried the defending Stanley Tup Champion Leafs deeper in fit place. Toronto trails fourth place Boston by 11 Points for the final playoff berth with Only � games to play. North Ca Touna Oft Miller Clark Srubar me.11 1 1111 111, i own 8u i lit 4 n o oooo ii 0 South Carolina q f t Standard h 2-i fur lieu 8-7 21 1-1 15 on in is Jurenci 1 1 thuiiii11 cil Minn 0 via i ii 0 i will 0 Al ii tals n 202& 8b Tutu with Carolina Juth Chi Runa Allee lathe 7 1 00 ill i0 us i 0 0-4 i 0 0-0 i 0 ii i i i i 0 i 3 21 to 843 _ 86 61s Guilford ticks coach Ihmud Soho . A Bob lord line coach at want Forest University has b c e i named head football coach a Jui Ford College. Stand is shots shutout of Ivy playoff new York Ai Columbia and i Rii Are tied for the Ivy i basketball title alter head to head saturday night the m1"" lock will be played Oil be i tuesday night Al is. Alumni ii old Houise w j 1 Maica n.y., and the win Nir will move on my thu Mcaa Touny. Columbia now t league with a 11-1 in ii Ift ton is second a l 10-2 Mark. On Friday Ink Columbia visits i in Vuria and a Rewoli ii is to Cornell. Llu Ord

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