European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Mar 8 1962, Page 20

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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - March 8, 1962, Darmstadt, HesseTot 40 the stars and Simms defending Champ Ranis fall in com z As chiefs cards., knights win by Bob Wicker staff writer Verdun Frances a the la Rochelle rams Usa eur champions of 1961, became the first team to fall by the Wayside ill the com z double elimination tournament As they bowed to the owls produce top Vii corps tourney win Moehringer. Germany Spe Cial the top seeded 2nd target acquisition in owls overpowered the 37th arty Crimson wave. 94-50, monday night in their first test of the Vii corps double elimination tournament in other monday openers the 41st arty eagles rocked the let hard Cav Black horses. 83-56 the 82nd engr in pioneers clipped the $3rd arty Redlegs 69-59. And the 28th arty caissons rolled Over the 2nd army Cav dragoons 73-60. The defending Champion owls representing Vii corps up tips piled up a 44-25 halftime Lead in route to their easy win. Ken Sears and Roland Skelton led die attack with 15 Points apiece while Bob Guthaus dropped in 13 and player coach Bob Boothe hit for 12. Duve Anderson had 23 and Charles Cost Gan 11 for the Crimson wave of the 35th arty up. The caissons jumped off to a 21-5 Lead against the dragoons but the 2nd a club rallied to pull event 30-30. The 72nd arty up five moved Back ahead 56-41, and did t allow this Lead to Herman led the Way with 20 while Don Patterson and Jim Edwards hit for 16 and 15, respectively. Lonnie Mayzek had 20 for the dragoons followed by Don Brown s 14 Arr Henry Collins 12. John Humes one of the lop scorers in the 3rd inf div league while playing for the kill Zingen eagles led a five Man Parade of double figures scorers for the eagles of the 56th arty up. Humes racked up 23 Points while Bob far Ley had 18, Larry Sherman 14, Fred Woods 13 and Wes Collins 10. Elton Fowler scored 21 and Irvin Lyons had 10 for the Black horses who were on the Short end of a 33-23 halftime Menke dunked in 21 tallies to Pace the pioneers of the 540th engr up to their Victory. David co and Condra Washington backed him up with 14 apiece Leon Holmes bagged 13, Richard my for Hng 11 and Bill Frederick and Bonny Phillips 10 each for the red legs representing the 210th arty games Are on Tup at the Kelley Barracks gym wednesday and thursday with two set for Fri Day including the possible show Down that night at 8 30 . Should the losers bracket team take the Friday evening game. The title will be settled saturday at 8 30 . 48th tips 33rd Armor in exhibition 77-73 Gelthaus fun. Germany Spe Cial the 2nd arb 48th inf dra goons Defeated the 33rd Armoren of War. 77-73, in an exhibition Here tuesday night despite a 35-Point splurge by Jim Rice of the losers. The dragoons who wiped out a 39-30 halftime deficit Hud four players in double figures As Bob Carter netted 22, Bob Jones 21, Jim Sullivan 18 and Fred Wright 16. This More than offset Rice s exploits and the 20-Polnt Effort by teammate Howard Kaut. Ball hawking Poitiers chiefs 75 60, in the first of three second night encounters played Here tues Day. In other action the Verdun cardinals went on a 53-Point Sec Ond half spree to walk Over the mete giants 78-63, and the or leans knights Defeated the Roche fort wheels. 92-76. Poitiers fighting to stay alive after taking a 90-62 beating from Rochefort monday night had Little trouble with the rams who finished second to the wheels in the Western league. Joe Wujack and Carl Staton pitched in 16 Points each Jerry Lester hit for 14 and Walt link Field had 12 for the chiefs. Andy Mcconnell and Ray Brown netted14 and 13, respectively for the rams. The tourney hosting cardinals who Defeated Bremerhaven 81-61, in their initial tourney test never trailed As they got Sweet revenge for four regular season losses in a Many games with the Eastern league Champion giants. Big Amuel Brooks hitting on Long shots netted 20 Points to show the Way for Frank Dugan s fired up cards. He was backed up by Jim Coleman with 19, Bill Shepherd with 17 and Joe Shaw with 12. Joe Cotton racked up 25 and John Shelvon tallied 23 for the giants Henry Fields and James Jackson accounted for 58 us Orleans the Champion of the Central league knocked off one of the top rated teams in the tourney. Fields a a foot 6-Inch Center who starred in the Usa eur championships last year for therms racked up 34 Points including 23 in the second half and dominated both backboards to help the knights pull even wit Verdun in the two win class. Jack son scored 24. The wheels who lost Only thereof 30 games during regular season play could t buy a rebound against the taller knights. Leonard Phillips the wheels biggest manat 6-2, led the losers with 19 Points. Bob Osborne another member of last year s la Rochelle team garnered 18. Wayman Johnson tallied 16 and Mike Delgado contributed 14.Orleans had hearted he rams on their Way to oblivion monday night. 76-53. Dethroned la Rochelleau i urged on by another wildly cheering overflow crowd of 3,200, coach Jim Halston s Cinderella kids from Hahn opened up a 16-Point Lead during a torrid second half an coasted past the Span Dahlem pioneers 66-61, in the deciding game of the Safe Germany District championship Here tuesday latest in a series of second half triumphs gave Hahn s Hawks 2-1 Edge in the series enabling them to succeed the Sembach tigers As Germany District Cham pions and earn a berth in the Safe playoffs at High Wycombe England March 12-16. Halsten got another Iron Man performance from his boys As his Wilt celtics stay in Aba spotlight new York a Wilt Chamberlain s incredible scoring and the quiet team dominance of the bos ton celtics the season Long Story of the National basketball association Are the two most impressive factors in the weekly. Aba statistics. Chamberlain s outstanding performances Are just that out standing in the weekly statistics released by the league the Champion celtics is a Little tougher. As usual the celtics failed to place a Man in the top 10 scorers and they Don t Hove an individual Ellwood paces tankers win Baum older Germany Spe Cial Lee Ellwood 5-foot, 9-Inch guard acquired for the playoffs bombed the nets for 32 Points to Lead the 68th Armor s 2nd medium tank in tankers to a stunning 88-78 Victory Over the 8th div arty canno neers Here tuesday night in the opener of their Best of three 8th inf div championship series. The tankers who took honors f id 00 min Poller. Chalet. Wild cards Arsi 34 2860 38 3774 r i look. I Harp Liard. 0 a Luis a Cairn met. G Verdun if it to 3 s 810 i i Metz Lii Luln. F ii 17 1 Olton. O ii in troupe g 5 Iii totals so ii 1 Verdun Cardinal my Glufli dub. G 1 nil apr o . T to taint 25 28 As r of 9378 3783 two for the show Orleans 1,1 ii a Muon. I 4 Keld o 14 wond Long ii 6 lob lion g 1 a Eunola. F it tl1 x 21 1 8 31 i 11 0 ii Johll mall. Fri Iii. O Imi clo. G 4 Cook g Koch Foht of Ift to is id t 5 19 t 0 14 x x total 88 18 i Orlini Kali hit a Leili total it m 10 t8 45 4792 31 457 in the american league picked up Ellwood and teammates Ralph us Ter and John Alcorn from the run Nerup 40th arty up to bolster their team for the title series with the National league and defending division champs. The series was to continue Here wednesday night with the if necessary third game set for thurs Day. 8-Point Lead div arty took a 1-0 Lead when George Cham Jers dropped in a free throw but that was the last time the canno neers were to enjoy the upper hand or even a share of the lend. Ellwood Sank 13 Field goals and six of eight free throws. Bobby Watts 5-8 guard for the Cannon ears. Nearly matched his Tanker counterpart by racking up 28 Point on 11 fielders and six of 11 one ended up with 19 Points for the winners while Walt Stap Les flipped in 14 and Henry. Sterk in the tankers usual main scoring Throat added 12 before fouling out with 12 minutes left in the second Ellwood hitting for 13 and Sterling Staton popping in 10, the tankers built up a 39-31 advantage by intermission time. In the second half they twice enjoyed 14-Polnt leads at 56-42 and 58-44 and were never seriously was div arty s Only Oiler double figure scorer tossing in 16. 88th Armor 80 Poi. 8th div arty 78 Alcona 5 i Lam Iunus 0 tit Librn 14 i Oliai Nowr 18 i Errn iia 0 ii. Drown i Littlon id o Watt 28 Kulw Mil m o u. Brown it hearing Mita Ritli Armor Siller Iii 8th i m arty Wal Cleckl �. Or Tulsa 0. Dotson 4 hit Lollino Moid 08th Armor 31. 8th ult any 31. Cader in any category. Nor do they Lead in any team offensive category. Team balance is a difficult thing to determine in statistics but prob ably can be found in one obscure category. It s called the scoring average difference the difference in a team s average score and its opponents. Boston has a league leading 8.5 in that one. And while Philadelphia s Chamberlain is closing in on All sorts of individual records the celtics have a running shot at the record for victories. They have won 55, and have six games to go. They need four to tie and five to breathe record for wins which they set in 1959-60. Chamberlain coming off his fantastic 100-Point performance i Hershey pa., last week needs Only 79 Points to become the first player to hit 4,000 in a single season. He has three games to go an should make it easily considering his 50.9 average the first 50-Polnt Murk in the league. His 100-Polnt night created eight new records and tied one. The total wiped out his own 73-Polnt Effort in regulation time and 78 in triple overtime. Others Are most Field goals 36 his own 31 most Points in one half 59 his own. 44 most free throws 28 Chamberlain and Dolph Schayes Syracuse 27 most Points in one Quarter 31 his own 28. Five other players Are scoring at a rate of better than 30 Points a game. They include Oscar Robertson Cincinnati Walt Bellamy Chicago Bob Pettit St. Louis and Jerry West and Elgin Baylor los Angeles. Leaders in other categories included Chamberlain in rebounding 25,5 per game Robertson in assists 11.3 Bellamy in Field goal shoot ing .515, and Schu Yos in free throw percentage .8%. The scoring leaders a Foft to a a Chamberlain. Phil Ulph. 77 1510 h2i 3921 so. To tuition. Cincinnati 76 840 lbs 2393 31, Bellamy. Chicago a Tell. St. Lout a it lot Angel Gunrly. Now York Baylor. Lot Angl Twyman. Cincinnati Naullie. Now York. Arlin. Philadelphia 73 898 All 2303 31.1 72 791 827 2209 30. 71 795 87k 2188 30.1 72 708 979 2111 29. 47 833 173 1799 38. 77 712 319 1789 23. 89 681 311 1703 24. 78 800 473 1673 22. The starters went he second us free was est free of those Start Jessie Myles and rec All of whom Are week after the Usab ships. It was it White hot outset of the second Roke the backs of. Kane s pioneers who managed to stay in to until the final minute cause of a Superb so enslave performance by by just two 25 at the Midway Hawks hit in their firs of the second half to 32 Lead and sent the Lari nto hysteria As Spang with 16 52 remaining. Two for Gateway Hahn behind by 32-31 Eft seared the nets jackets in less than two for a 41-32 Lead with 16 2 ulna cat Way hit the on a jump shot and Layup and then Pearson i and Jerry dimes con Quick succession. Setting up effective Ter Span Dahlem sol Tali from a 2-3 zone defens Eto Mun the Hawks Brok men Loose for drive in b the score mounted to7 44 on the clock. They their biggest Lead of t63-47 with 4 14 to go. Fens to rebounding was Tor in this surge. The pioneers were still of it. Despite being outlet they found the Range is to hit for 10 straight Point close it to 63-57 at the 1 27 close first Hall but Caloway converted throw with 1 06 to go and hit a fast break Layup in til 50 seconds to Widen the66-57 and wrap it up. R the first half was close Way with the score tied times and neither team More than a five Point Hahn held three times at Hawks out rebound out shot their adversaries a halves though by a much ,0l margin before the break. Milf both clubs with 13 rebounds dimes had 11 and Berg 10.Hawks took turns in should the scoring Burden dimes the Leader with 18. Fine pout shooting Hahn continued us Fine shooting converting 14 of 11, Spang made nine of 13. Lewis hit 14 Points Durer second half to share Gume s honors with teammate Bob and dimes at 18. It was efforts that helped keep to neers close. Idaho names Grid aide Moscow. Idaho a Dick Monroe 39, line coach at Nebraska became the first ass Stan named by Idaho s new football coach Dee Andros. Monroe cent i of the Kansas Orange bowl team of 1948, will handle line chores to the vandals. No on to England Spano Dahlum if i to 18 Hahm. Sci. R Milf Tivy Lor. O in Lew i g or lust. G Kulunk o Cooper f Burg f i Nuson. R . A 3 9 18a Suloway. G 10 totals � to totals 8p�nail�httm Ploner 211 Huhn a we 27 Berlin Routs 143rd Sig 73 Berlin special the Berlin up tips All stars picked up 21st straight Victory and 29th win in their last 30 games As toppled the 143rd Sig in 73-49, Here tuesday night to comp sweep of the exhibition series. De Lindsey sparked the Usa eur tournament bound All Star 21 Points while Bennie Mosley and Dan Rodriquez were meshing nets for 14 apiece Clarence Watson scored 17 and Richard i 14 for the losers who trailed at the half 36-21. Berlin s season record now stands at 39-5

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