European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Mar 2 1962, Page 20

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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - March 2, 1962, Darmstadt, HessePage 20 the stars and stripes Friday March 830with Howell firing in 15 to rifts Anuszewski 13 and Elmore 10, the commanders spurted to a 45-26 half memos of half Howel 1 Lead. The reserves swathe action in the final ended up with 17,Anuszewski with 15, Dick Jackow Tel with 13 and Elmore with 10while Dick Obart led the losers with 20.jim Dill Sank 22 Points and Larry Bass and Lee Sitton each potted 20 to Lead the mete rout of the choppers. Art Cyman ski. Backed this Trio up with 15, Charles col Lins led the 8th trans with 19, Fol Lowell by Dick Lawrence 14 and Jack Baton s 10. The met led atthe half 46-34. The commandos had five player sin double figures in their Breeze past the hawks., Jerry Jones showed the Way with 18, Tony pan Tinl had 17, Mickey beam and Tver ill House 12 each and Bob Lesche 10.tim Powell Buck eted 15 and Tom Lechowich 11 for the Hawks who were on the Short end of a 39-30 half Lime count surge helps caissons tin 33rd arty 84-74 Ansbach Germany special the 28th arty caissons rallied in the second half to defeat the 33rdarty, 84-74, Here wednesday night in an exhibition Between two entries in the forthcoming Vii corps playoffs. Eagles eth mate i by Mike Luca London Bureau s ago rips bad sibling in tourney Munich t h a of inf flav ill High Wycombe England is Harrogate s eagles ended the Sculthorpe vigilantes two year reign in the Safe . District by eliminating the defending champions 73-65, Here wednesday evening As the double elimination tourney reached the Halfway Mark. Harrogate which held the Only Northern division win Over soul Thorpe in two campaigns took the Lead 4-3, on Al Mason s first Basket and led the rest of the Way. The eagles were to face the once beaten High Wycombe Bucks in thurs Day s losers bracket contest. The Bucks Western Loop King pins came Back to eliminate the runner up Chelveston cowboys 80-73, in wednesday s first game. High Wycombe and Harrogate had each suffered opening Day defeats. The Only two unbeaten teams inthe week Long meet Chicksands fighting Chicks and the giant kill ing Alconbury spartans were matched in an All Southern Divi Sion winners bracket final also thursday evening. Some fabulous outside jump shooting by Frank Osojnicki pow ered Harrogate into a 33-17 Lead Over their Northern Loop rivals. Osojnicki who had 25 Point for the night alone had scored a Many As. Sculthorpe at Tolj stage. Guard Tom Bundy. Still without replacement glasses for those he broke monday racked up 20 Points,10 on free throws a bagged 18 re Bounds. " the vigilantes who saw 20-game perfect division record go in to the Ashcan sorely Felt the loss of player coach John Taylor out with an ankle injury. Jim Daniel Ralph Kistemaker Roland Mars and Norman Yvon managed is 16,14 and 11 markers respectively. In trying to Bridge the Gap caused by Taylor s absence Sculthorpe Cut Harrogate s Lead tops jumpers 84-73 by Art Mathers staff writer Kae Fertal Germany is the outside dangerous Strasbourg All stars from the 58th evac Hosp Here wednesday and went on to Knock off the previously unbeaten 8th enc Hosp jumpers 84-73, to Send the 7th army support come tournament into an extra game. The All stars first disposed of the hot and cold 46th arty Peli cans by a 72-g3 count in a wednes Day afternoon a bracket finale that set up the night meeting with the jumpers. Strasbourg find 8th enc were to acct again to Settle the championship of the six team double elimination tournament thursday night. It was to be the Lith game of a Flournoy which has been under Way at Kaefer Lal sports Arena since saturday evening. Still playing without full time use of their highest scorer Cleo Knight the All stars had to Battle hard to avenge their 68-65 loss to the jumpers earlier in the tourney As la teams waged a wild crowd pleasing Battle of put Side jump Sli ols that saw very few misses for either Side. In fact the All stars hit 21 of their 33 Field goals from jump shots of a 12-foot radius or More while the jumpers proved worthy of their name by pumping a 18 of 31 fielders on similar shots. Strasbourg Center Harold Bracken a former Prairie View Tex am standout provided the Early fireworks As he connected on Layup and three straight jumpers in the first five minutes As the stars rolled to a lev Kittens Ranen Floyd left and Susan Craft children of american military pers Onuiel stationed in Izmir team up to push Bowling Ball toward the foul line. The occasion was the opening of the first automatic Bowling Lane in All of Turkey at the Bowling Center of the u.8. Logistics group Safe at Izmir. Air Force Early leads of 9-3 and 14-7. The stars continued to blow hot and opened up a 23-13 advantage before the jumpers scrambled Back to pull abreast twice at 29-29 and 36-36, behind the fantastic outside accuracy of Bates Matthews. Matthews sandwiched a jump shot Between a pair of fast break layups All coming in the closing 79 seconds to give 8th evac its first Lead of the night 38-36, at the half. Matthews had 18 Points at the Midway Point. The jumpers made their bid at the outset of the second half for Ging leads of 4038, 42-40, 48-43 and 51-47. But their last Load of the night was 53-51 with 13 minutes loft. The All stars finally Shook Loose again with 10 minutes to play and with the Low arcing bombs of guard Henry Jackson hitting with fantastic regularity rolled out to a workable 72-61 advantage at 7 14, and school was out. Matthews finished with a whop Ping 29 Points All but three coming on Field Kohls. Bracken paced the All stars with 23, while Jackson with nine goals pumped in 19. Knight playing about 15 minutes on a Badty strained Arch got 10 before fouling out. Two jumpers Floyd Alexander and Tony Wilson also left on personals Strassberg and n somewhat easier time Nga Insl 46th arty up catching the pelicans ice cold at the Start and romping to a 9-0 lend in the first 41 minutes. Though 46th closed to 13-h and 15-13, the All Star shooters feasted on an ineffective sliding zone defense to move in front by 38-28, at the half. Helped by n More effective Man to Mun defense and some Brilliant floor Piny on la part of guard Tom Parucka the pelicans got close twice at 40-3gand then after the All stars had reopened their 10 Point Lead again it 59-56 with 6 30 to Bracken sparked a late surge that saw stuns Bourg pull safely away hitting fight of his team s final 13 Points in route to his club s nine Point Victory. Bracken hit 24 Points with 16 coming in the second half. Sum Grant pumped in 14 and Jackson 12. For the pelicans Purack led with 21, followed by Larry Hess 13, Tom deeming s 12 and Jeff Washington s 10. Bombed from the stars St evac Hosp Fig Ftp btra88bouhg Fig Ftp kit Liim. R 4n Tii Giitl a r i i Nicken. A 8 jus a St. K 9 Irani 1 3knim. O a u Wliam. R 408 4 12 John i f 4311 7 2,1 Ali Mimler. 0 d 3 15 1 111 ill Wii. To 3 2 b 0 6 Hutch a g 13 3 3190 10 i told r 101 totar.3 s3 18 is Spruil Wirig at-8tiri both evac hasp jump Cri totals is 11 73 m 4884 3d 3s73 Blind Golf meet set Atlanta a the 19g2 National Blind Golf tournament will be played on the Druid Hills Golf club course May 18-20, tournament officials said Here. Blazers Down targe Teers in series opener Wil Flecken Germany Spe Cial the 54th engr in blazers got hot in the closing moments wednesday night to pull away from the 1st target acquisition in targe Teers and hang up an 81-77 verdict in the opener of the v corps Best of three Champion ship series. It was a nip and tuck game throughout until the blazers champions of the 39th 13ngr up opened up six Point Daylight in the final moments and then held on for the Victory. The series switches a Fieri Barracks for the second and if necessary third games saturday and sunday with the target oers of the 36th arty up hosting. The blazers held a slim 41-40 Lead at the end of the first half which produced a torrid scoring Duel Between the winners Eldon Phillips and targe Teer guard Al Bert Myers Myers scored 21 Points in the opening 20 minutes while Phillips hit for 16. Both fell to 11 Points in the Sec Ond half but Phillips scoring Slack was taken up by Center de Jones who potted 16. Woody mar tin helped out with 10 tallies. 54th engr in a Poi Iii Tab 77 Jyi kaon 12 it Mcjunkins 9 till Lylw 57 f Lemmett 12 Johns 14 u Howard b 91 g Thompson v la Arlen is a 54th Knur in 41, it Tab 10 Hawkins stays ahead in Abl Chicago a Connie Hawk ins of Pittsburgh maintained his Lead in the american basketball league scoring race this week with a comfortable 27,8 average. His closest challenger is Newyork s Dan Swartz who has a 24.7 average according to official statistics just released. Also near the top was Bill Spivey of Hawaii with 22.3 and Bill Bridges of Kansas City with 21.1. Bridges moved ahead to take the rebounding Lead with a 13.3 aver age a few Points ahead of Hawkins with a 13.0 average. Other leaders include Field goal percentage Jim Francis san Francisco 51.4 free throw percentage Swartz,90.6 assists Ken Sears san Francisco 4.5 average time played Hawkins 43.1 minutes. Top scoring teams Are Clevelan with a 109.3 average and Pitts Burgh with 106.2. Leading scorers 50 or More game based on average Patti. A warts. . Spiny How la Bridge. K. C. Franc i s. F. Kill new York Seari 8. F. Cox. Cd Totland Sun Crmen k. 0. Bolyard Patti. Lynn a York 0 2p87 ss2 19 42261 401 54 510ib 438 06 382 � 3m s3 373 m 418ea m 7 422 3f� ft0 so 33 519 0 380 1 327 i 277 68 383 20 383 28 305 i 271 m 274 i 29 to a. ,064 27.8,4b2 24.7 .382 22.3 ,3 6 21.1 ,113 20.1 .311 29.4 .019 18.2,135 18.0 .110 17.3 .138 ij.6 ,118 18.1 to three potato 5�53. With than eight minutes remo Yvon fouled ouf shortly after1 eagles put on one of the Best by tons of Ball control seen la1alx-Teant meet and it can tilt 16 free throw conver slops from Point to the final Buzzer. Bundy departed the route with two second left dozen of his Points came after permission. Daniel collected All but on his Field goals trying to Sculthorpe in Contention Over second half. Harrogate led at the Wycombe after trailing As much As 11 Points in thing half staged a late a knife Chelveston s Edge to 3t-3jhalf time and then shot into manent Lead Early in the half. The Bucks with a new lease life after their inauspicious Del against Alconbury monday Puta fruitful pressing defense to haul the White capitalizing on throw chances Sank 18 out offer a game total of 22, tying mate Dave Birch held. Bill Kershi potted 17 and Eddie John soil showed 11.even so Chelveston s Bill Dave took game scoring laurels wit Davis single handily kept Tite co boys within striking Range hitting six of seven shots in a minute stretch netting All Chelveston s Points. His last closed the Gap to 65-52 and a collected his fifth personal 34 Sec i ones later. High Wycombe a Fin charge 67-62, with five rain of utes to go and it was never dose than four Points after that. The Bucks made 36 conversions and muffed 13 others seven missed by Kershaw and four More Johnson Chelveston had a rifled in two Baske to launch the second Hal produce a 37-37 deadlock. A added a free throw to push behind. Four cowboys including t1aubs, eventually fouled out and. High Wycombe lost Johnson the same Way. When h was Over chel ii Veston s Lew Smith and Kershaw were the Only starters with less i than four personals each i Todji three.-.3don Combs tallied Only eight a markers for the Bucks on just on goal. But Combs played a Fin game by drawing fouls Clearing the backboards and in general taking charge on the floor the it counted. Foj whitewashed High Wycombe Foft to. F 1 1 s or he. F t � it k. Johnson o 8 s 11 while. It j 18 m did Flom 9 4 totals 13 High woo my bunk Cowboy Chelveston fat ft1 Dot Fly. F 11 h. Voll fahd. T t t Al pm inf. A t s l. Smith. � 1 s. 1 i totals to 34 37 the King is dead soul Thoni Karo Qutb fat Ftp i of Ojaleh f � t Tom t. 1 Kut a k r. I 8 k. Howard f 1 Fawi o 1 Muon 5itumlj, t t 4 k. Luxe of 18 10 to totals h � to totals it a Uit Harp ram Stein golfer aces 5th Hole at Woodlawn Bam Soetji Germany special to sgt Charles in Nellle shot a Holt Van one at the Load Woodlawn Golf coarse. Playing alone Annville it Wulis Ace on the 100-Yard fifth Hole using a no. 7 Iron. The feat we witnessed by Ron Mcfadden George Nacunan and Sundro Aleader i Foster

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