European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Mar 8 1962, Page 19

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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - March 8, 1962, Darmstadt, HesseI 1962 the Stais and strip s Small title up West min pennsylvanians Well balanced Crew it adaptable offence tues named the 1961-62 Small basketball champions Cypress International coaches. 1 picked to finish preseason ratings Drew j votes from the 35 j comprise the up rat Lior a runaway 335 Point possible 350. As whose starting five from towns within a at the Campus site atpa., will be pre with the up trophy pm of the Small College in. They succeed ten-1 state which this year Fin-1 in the final weekly Denver a scheduling for the world ice hockey championships that opens this week gave the United states team both a bad break and a Good one. For Uncle Sam s skaters still lacking team cohesion after Only two practice games must meet a Tough swedish squad Early in the tournament but does t face the defending Cham Pion Gana Diens until the Connie pleban of Duluth Minn., rates his club far Superior to the one that took Only sixth last year at the world championships in Switzerland. Still he feels Canada must be favored. That team has about a dozen games under us Belt and that s a tremendous advantage pleban declared. And Sweden has a big Strong skating team that could skate you right off the ice if you would let it. If we can get by Sweden Well be in pretty Good Aville Ohio w o n t h trophy in 1957-58 and state took it in two of three seasons with Evans Nung the Honor two years t Hofstr second 233 nosed out Prairie ram 20-3 for the runnerup287 Points to am s Wesleyan 21-4 Warth Wittenberg 18-4 fifth Illinois 18-7 sixth 2f 5 seventh Tennes Kate 14-8 eighth Amer-4 ninth and Sou t beast Loma 22-8 advanced top 10 for the first time to the last spot in the select Oblong the preseason pick of coaches to win the National Vlad the 1961-62 ratings for the hiree weeks of the season. Tennessee state took Over four weeks after Grambling relinquished the top spot Tofor two weeks and View led for three weeks giving Way to Westminster week the top 20 teams Southern Hofstra Wittenberg Lias Vilie mount St Mary a state. Arkansas state am Kentucky state and or have been picked to1 in the Mcaa College division tent while most of theare competing in the naia it. 21 victories led by Charles g. Buzz who captained the 1942 West team that played in theft tonal invitation tour Bent the titans won 19 of 21eason games this year added a pair of victories in District 30 naia playoffs. My were to meet Mansfield at Holsburg pa., wednesday night or during a National hockey league game in Aludia on Square Garden. Rangers i a Staple ton right and Don Mckinney left background Are trying to break up the scrap while Andy Bathgate 0 and referee Nell Arm Strong skate up to assist. The Tennis tied 2-2. A Wool pert named nem7 Cage Mentor at sail Diego u. San Diego Fuji Phil Wool pert named basketball coach of the year by United press inter National in 1955 and 1956. Was appointed basketball coach and ath Letic director of the University of san Diego , whose san Francisco dons won a record 60 straight games and two Mcaa notional championships in 1955 mid 1956,said it will take about three years to build san Diego into a Soli Basket Ball team. He said he will attempt to bet the University into the West coast athletic conference which his dons led four of the years he was head conch. To coached five players who Are rangers Edge wings boost playoff Hopes Detroit a defens Eman Allan Lois climaxed new York s three goal spree Over a 2-minute, 18-second third period rally to give the rangers an All important 5-4 Victory Over the Detroit red Wing before 12,914 at Olympia Arena tuesday night. It was Only Langlois seventh goal of the sea son. The Victory increased the rang ers margin in fourth place to three Points Over Detroit in their Battleford the last berth in the Stanley cup playoffs. It was the rangers first Victory in six games after three losses and two ties and their first win on the Road in six games. Now with professional basketball 1 new York missed three shots a clubs. Bill Russell and k. C. Jones the open net in the final 35 Sec Are with the Boston celtics Fred ones after coach Sid Abel Yanke Lacour with the St. Louis Hawks goalie Hank Bassen for an extra and Mike Farmer and Gene brow with the san Francisco saints. Woolpert coached the american basketball league san Francisco sa4nts earlier this season but later left the inherits a team which has won six of 26 games this season. Bob Sexton resigned the Post i january and was replaced temporarily by de Baran. Attacker Only to have the rangers outright them for the puck. The rangers other scorers were Johnny Wilson Andy Hebenton miss. St. Adds end coach state College miss. A former Texas tech Star Vic Spooner has joined Tho Mississippi Grinnell College oks state foot Baji coaching regional berth Camille Henry and Larry Howe scored his 30th goal of the season to give Detroit 3-2 Lead late in the second period and Marc Boileau made it 4-2 forthe wings at the 8-minute Mark in the third period. But barely a minute later Newyork came through with its three goal burst to wrap up the game. Andy Bathgate the league s scor ing Leader had one assist As he boosted his total to 54 for the sea son and 79 mints to increase his lend Over Chicago s Bobby Hull to three Points in the scoring race. Howe had two assists in addition to his a Blas he boosted his total to 71 to take third place wings have a slight advantage in that they have nine game left to play three More than the rangers. Detroit now has Only on game left with new York there March 14. Detroit plays at Bosto thursday Toronto saturday and Boston sunday while the rangers Don t see action until they play league leading Montreal on sunday. Meanwhile in Colorado Springs Vasylyna Yanikov the russian Delegate to the inter National ice hockey federation said he planned to make a motion to. Strip the tournament of its championship Label i however Tom Lockhart of new Gorki presi Dent of the Amateur hockey association of the United states said i m sure we have the votes to beat the russian the federation originally was scheduled to a meet at 11 . Tuesday but the first session As put off until 1a.m. Wednesday because travel snarls delayed a number of dete Gates. I i the russians and cur Tain country teams from Czecho j Slovakia Romania and Yugoslavia boycotted the tournament because the East German players were no granted travel permits by the Al lied travel Bureau in Berlin. The nato countries refused the per mits As part of the reprisal for the erection of the Wall in Berlin bythe communists. Tournament action was to Star wednesday at Colorado Springs with a preliminary game betwee Switzerland and Austria to deter mine which plays in class a and which goes into class b. The Reg i ular schedule for the 14 nations i opens on thursday with Ganies both at Colorado Springs and Den ver. on that Day the . Meets nor Way with the game against swede non saturday. In their second and last practice game on monday night the . Entries battled to a 4-4 tie with the Strong Denver University club a collegiate squad made up of canadians. To coach satisfied i was satisfied pleban said. But i wish we had two More test since our timing is off a Little. We found out we have to move faster and the squad found out improve ment is members of the victorious . Olympic team of i960johnmayasich and the Christian Broth ers Billy and Roger Are on the current squad. Mayasich hails from Eveleth Minn., and the Christia Brothers from Warroad Minn. In addition Osca Mahle of International Falls Minn., Jackie Poole of thief River Falls,Minn., and Herb Brooks of St Paul have had previous experience with . National teams. The squad lists 17 members but Only 15 can suit up for a game. About one third of the squad is either just out of College or still in pleban explained. An other one third of the players Are just reaching their Peak at 25-26and the other third is composed of veterans. This is a much mock experienced team than we had a year Man is Gordie Tottle on defense. The 36-year-old native of Detroit who now lives in Charlotte n.c., has been bothered by knee trouble but is expected to be ready for action in the opener. Spooner will Couch state s ends. Licks rally to turn Back celtics 113-106 York

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