European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Mar 2 1962, Page 19

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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - March 2, 1962, Darmstadt, Hesse1962 the stars and stripes off Linister reaches top rung College Cage ratings up a Sunin Pennsylvania capped a sea drive to the top Pednea Over As the nation s l Small College basketball team Jmc futo last week of the International coaches from new wll Ming the top pick of 21 of the i who comprise the up rating Board. They also Drew 12second-place votes for a 328 Point total second highest of the sea View am the Leader for tin last three weeks was the pick of 11 coaches for the no. I spot and had a 302-Point total. With Only one week left before up crowns the National Cham Pion Westminster boasted a 17-2 holy Cross wins ins nit Field new York a John the shot Foley and his holy Cross mates will play once again in die National invitation tournament Madison Square Garden. The crusaders 18-4 have accepted the and probably last open position in the 12-team Field for the a butt 15-24 tourney. Record with two games left to View 18-3 already has completed its season s work. Hofstra 20-3the Best Small College team on the Eastern sea Board remained no. 3 Kentucky Wesleyan 20-3 held on to the no. 4 spot Southern Illinois 17-5 moved up a notch to fifth Gramb Ling 20-5 and Wittenberg 16-4 were sixth and seventh respectively As they were a week ago Tennessee a i 12-8the National Champion in two of the last three seasons slipped three places to eighth pan american 18-5 remained ninth and Pacific Luther an 16-7 joined the top 10 for the first time this second 10 grouping count ing ties was made up of Evans Ville. Dropping out of the top 10 for first time. Southeastern okla homa Jackson state Santa bar Bara Fresno state Arkansas state the final three berths virtually Are committed. They Likely will go j Yit St. Mary s ,.a 86-75 vengeance Victory Over tint clinched the nit bid. The fetes had whipped holy Cross tier in the season.6-foot, 5-Inch Foley was the scorer in the nit last year 120 Points in four games for Chicago Wichita Mcaa names 14 quilts for College meet new York Adviene inn Simian ,.hi.i�.,i, a i or i. Seven thirty triumphs in a Hialeah tap Miami a jockey Larry lakes Illinois state Ada is Geore a Widen 16-9 and of of " h Ray Between horses in Atea cation times two Fri Menuha and Dandy Princess. Unknown tops German Ace in Fla. Tennis Miami Beach Fla. A unseeded de Rubinoff Miami Beach Defeated fifth seeded Wolfgang stuck West Germany 6-3, 6-3, wednesday and entered the quarterfinals of the Good neighbor ten Nis championships. Rubinoff relied on a delicate touch and finesse to turn in one of the Best victories of his career. His service did nothing More than put the Ball in Piny and his ground strokes although accurate lacked Power. Only at the net did the for Mer University of Miami player hit with authority. Stuck s game featured Power but was wild. He nullified Well played Points by clubbing Many easy ones. Second seeded Roy Emerson Australia Defeated maj William shiver it. Eustis va., 6-1, 6-4, and third seeded Manuel san can a Spain won handily 6-0, 6-3, from Manuel Olvera Ecuador. Top seeded Rod Laver Australia was wins seventh seeded Gardnar Mulloy Miami Defeated Dean Mathey pan o Beach Fla 6-3, 6-2, an eighth seeded Gerald Moss Miami Beach downed King Lambert Miami 6-2, 6-4. Brazil placed two unseeded play ers in the quarterfinals As Carlos Fernandez dropped Ned Neely at Lanta 6-3. 6-2. And Ronnie Burnes topped Andre Donnadio. Univer sity of Miami &4, 6-2. In women s play Gwyn Thomas Shaker Heights Ohio had her hands full before defeating Eliza Beth Starkie England 3-6, 6-4 6-4, to enter the semifinals. Top Seede Christine Truman England won 6-0, 6-2, from Stella Montos. Brazil second seeded soda Buding West Germany Defeated Mary Habicht Brazil 6-1, 6-1, and Renee Schuur Man South Africa Defeated Mari Anne Bucher West Germany 6-2, g-2. Dutch baseball Assn. To Mark 50th year Tiel. The Netherlands special the Royal dutch baseball association will fete the 50th year of us organization with a reception March 17 at Amsterdam s Apoll hotel from 3-5 . The association Points out that the european baseball Champion ships again will be held in the Netherlands this year starting july 21 at Amsterdam. Besides the Netherlands team National All Star nines from Italy Spain Belgium France and Sweden will participate. In five games and could have been costly. Flashy Center Stan in Akita third in the league scoring race was kneed by Leaf d e f e n s e m a Bob Baun late in the scoreless final stanza and had to be helped of with undetermined right. Leg in juries. " sparking the Leafs to their third straight win were bib Pulford red Kelly Frank Mahovlich and Tim Horton who rammed puck behind Chicago goalie Glenn Hall. Bobby Hull hit for his 40th in closing cause while Eric Nesterenko clicked for the final Hawk tally. Toronto goalie Johnny Bower turned Back 29 shots. Referee Frank Udvari called 27 penalties 13 on the Hawks 14 on the Leafs including a 10-minute misconduct to Mahovlich who had earlier hit for hts 31st goal of the season. So first period Lead the Leafs jumped into a 3-1 Lead in the first period during which 13 penalties the sides were Eyen when Pul Ford rebounded Bob Nevin s shot at5 47, almost six minutes later Kelly rerouted George Armstrong bouncing Long shot Home and it was 2-0.hull got one Back at 14 02, trap Ping Mikita s shot and lifting thigh into the nets Back of Bower. Thirty four seconds later Mahovlich made it 3-1, charging up to lash Eddie Shack s pass out set up Nesterenko for the Hawks second counter at 4 20 of the Middle Frame but the Leaf returned with a Fluke goal. Horton cranked up a Long slap shot Hall caught the puck then dropped it Over his right shoulder and into the Cage. . 2, Bruins 2 new York a the new York rangers overcame their own lethargy and a two goal Bosto Lead for a 2-2 National hockey league tie with the Fred up Bruins wednesday night. Among other things the tie extended new York s Lead Over Idle Detroit to four Points in the scramble for fourth place the last playoff x t e n d e d Boston s win Lesa string to 15 new York s Home unbeaten Streak to eight straight. The last place Bruins who Haven t won since Jan. 27, struck foe two Quick goals in the first six minutes of play then tried to make them hold up. Listless period the game developed into a Dull. Poorly played affair through the Middle period before new Yor mounted its comeback. The rangers clearly dominated proceedings in the final period and got their first goal on Dean prent ice s Power play Marker at 2 47. Young Dave Balon capped the comeback with the equalizer at 14 36, a 35-foot flip to the near rid of the net. Jerry and Murray Oli ver scored for the1 Bruins in the first period each converting he own rebound. Clay gains to Victory Over Warner in 4th Miami Beach Fla. A Cas stus club Louisville Tod Don Warner Philadelphia wednesday night in the fourth of 10 scheduled rounds. Warner rocked Clay in the third with a right to the Chin and dashed out of his Corner when the Bell rang for the fourth. He ran directly into Clay s straight right and bounced Back through the ropes onto the ring apron. Climbing Back after an eight count Warner headed toward the Ken tuck inn but appeared to be tottering and referee by Gottfried stopped the fight at 34 seconds of the round. Clay said of Warner he s tougher than i figured and he was doing pretty Good until the ran into a few left Hooks and right crosses in the second round. After the third he got tired Clay went on. Any heavyweight that keeps up with me for four or five rounds will get tired an that s where they Are in trouble. I would have let it go five Ani had predicted Clay said but he would t shake my hand and that made me mad the win in Miami Beach convention Hall was Clay s 12th in a Row. It was witnessed by 4,012 spectators. Clay said he wants to meet Eddie Machen or Zora Folley in he next match

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