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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - March 9, 1962, Darmstadt, Hesse20 the stars and stapes Rickiy. Eagles owls Advance in Vii corps Yoeh Rongen Germany Spe Cial Marvin Boykins jump Shoi from the key with 36 seconds left enabled the St arty eagles Toni the 82nd engr in pioneers. 80-78. Wednesday night in the Vii corps double elimination tournament the top seeded 2nd target acquisition in owls polished off the 28th arty caissons. 86-50, to join the eagles As the tourney s Only undefeated a pair afternoon losers bracket tests the 33rd arty red lags eliminated the Lith army Cav Black horse 51-s2, and the 2nd army get dragoons ousted the37th arty Crimson wave 54-52. Boykins game winning shot spoiled a comeback we by the Pio neers the 540th engr up who had rallied from a 78-72 deficit with 2 05 left to pull into a 78-78 tie on Dave Copas bucket and four straight free throws by former Bradley University acre Bobby Joe Mason. Sherman hot the eagles had rallied themselves to wipe out a 43-36 Handicap at halftime. Larry Sherman put the eagles ahead 90-49. With 13 30 left on a Layup and then he score hit team s next 10 Points for a no id As the winners opened up a 60-55 advantage. The first half produced a scor ing Duel Between Mason and the eagles John Humes. Each tallied 17 and ended up with game totals 28. Sherman had 22 and Bob Furtey 17 for the winning 56th arty up entry while Copas netted 23 and Bob Weber 13 for the pioneers. The powerful owls defending Vii corps champs and 1961 usar eur finalists used their talented first team to build up a 41-25 half time Lead and then coasted a Pat Tern followed so often this sea son Kenny Sears led the up tips five with 20 Point while Roland Skelton had 17. Bob Gilhaus 13, Hubert Phipps 12 and coach Bob Boothe 10. Guthaus had 11 in the first half Seart 10 and Boothe and Skelton eight Brown s 22 Points Carl col Lins 16 and Lonnie Mayzek s 12 spelled the downfall for the Crim son wave As the dragoons plied a a 32-24 halftime Lead in route to Victory. Dave Anderson tallied13 and Bui Habbard 10 for the beaten 35th arty up dub. Bill Frederick scored 18 and was the Only re leg to double Fig resin the win Over the Black horses who got 20 Points from Elton Fowler and 14 from George Gibson thebe legs the 210th arty up dead locked their foes. 31-31, at halftime. In tuesday s first round the owls knocked off the 37th arty 94-50, the 41st arty soared past the let hard Oak. 83-56, the 82nd engr in Defeated the 33rd any 69-99, and the 28th arty turned Back the 2nd army Cav 7340. Ppm by state Conn. Ufi thet to Defeated Canada to tata the Lapham cup into Ftp title fun it we to ". To l Jfre-ctt.?" Aini Verdun rips Orleans in com z a a " by Bob Wicker staff writer Verdun Frances a i what was expected to be a nip and tuck affair the High flying Verdun cardinals walloped the or leans knights 87-54, Here wednes Day night to move into the finals the com z double elimination tournament. Earlier. Wednesday night the Rochefort wheels eliminated the Bremerhaven Hawks from the seven team tourney by an 82-75 score and the Metz giants ousted the Poitiers chiefs 92-64. Verdun s Jim co Lemait scoring mostly on layups Down the Middle racked up 16 Points in the first half to get his team off on the right foot. The cards took a 6-0 Lead after two minutes play an breezed to a 37-25 half time advantage. The hustling cards were off ant running As the second half started after consecutive baskets by amuse Brooka and Ilee Sampson starts the scoring the knights teamwork went from bad to worse and coach Frank Dugan s outfit second place finishers in the Eastern league canno neers topple tankers 99-84, to deadlock 8th div playoff series by Art Mathers staff writer. , Germany is avenging their 88-78 defeat in the series opener Here the pre Vious evening the 8th div arty canno neers outlasted the 68th Arm or s 2nd medium tank in tankers 99-84, wednesday night in a lengthy foul filled contest that extended the 8th inf div championship play offs to a deciding third game night s contest was considerably closer than the pre Vious night s meeting when the tankers led the rest the Way after moving ahead 2-1. Despite the final 15-Point spread the Cannon ears held a 43-41 advantage at the half and did t so it up for keeps until the final three minutes. Personal fouls told much the Story. Though the tankers held a31-30 superiority in Field goals the canno neers pumped through 39free throws in 54 attempts com pared to a 22-for-32 Reading for the club lost the services key players As four tankers and three canno neers left via the per Sonal foul route. A whopping 58 personals wer charged with 34 be ing called against the tank men Staton missed most costly departure was that the tankers Sterling Staton a Chunky 5-foot, 9-Lnch guard who had almost single hand edly propelled his team Back into Conten Tion with five fielders in As Many tries All on one handed set shot from about 25 feet out. After five Early ties coach Bob Luttrell s National league Cham Pion canno neers moved out to an eight Point Lead at 27-19 with about eight minutes left in the first the Ball several times and converting the thefts into fast break buckets the canno neers held a Lead six to eight Points Formost the half. They still owned a 39-33 advantage before Staton hit on four straight outsiders in the German american pin meet scheduled Munich is German and american soldiers will Bow against each other at Munich s Bowling Ihn on Friday. The meet to include bowlers torn the German american men Shub the German american women s club and the Columbus society will replace the monthly Dis Cussion Between German and Amer can soldiers for March final 76 seconds to close the Delci to 43-41 at halftime Staton continued to spark the tankers Early i the second Hall adding a fast break Layup to give coach Joe Morabit s american league Kingpins a 47-46 Lead. He later hit four Points in a Row to help push the tankers ahead again 57-56.but he left on personals at the 10 45 Mark and the tankers big Blue edges 8th evae jumpers in exhibition Jgwo Terulli Germany one sunday at 2 . At Frankfurt s elect ont Lead twin fun a the Sasae big Blue took the St evae Hosp 8340, Here wednesday Jet a exhibition meeting apr playoff contenders. Jet ambitious big Blue which min owns 42-6 record was to Host the jumpers in a return match thursday before going against two other playoff entries in weekend Titt co acc Don Bartholomew s Talent club was to meet the rugged 2nd arb 36th inf rangers to the 3rd1 army div at 2 pin. At Bane main and Teseth 3rd inf Civ s 38th inf Vikings Sunda s Blozis Hall. The jumpers rangers and Vik Ings Are All in the opposite usar eur playoff bracket from the big Blue. The Ranger big Blue clash will be the third Between the two Powers with each having 82-79 Home court win. The big Blue fell 17 Points be Hind the hot shooting jumpers of7th army support come at one Point in the first half and still trailed by 4336 at the intermission but a big spurt gave them an eight Point Lead going into the game s final stretch. Two acquisitions from the usar eur celtics. Frank Allen and Frank Reale joined with Reserve Cecil French to spark the Security five s attack. Allen the former University Iowa soph Star racked up 19, French pumped in 18 Andreala had 13. Bates Matthews Floyd Alexander and newcomer Bob Archer tossed in 16 apiece for the jumpers now 36-5 for the season. Walter Harris who like Archer was picked up from the 96th pm in netted 14 and Nat Johnson added 10. Closest the tankers got in thaning minutes was 71-70 with 6 3 to go but the div arty five moved out to an 83-71 Lead and the losers never got closer than five Points after that. That came at 83-78 by a string six Cannonier free throws iced it at 89-78 with 1 45 Lef Chambers hitting on a wide assortment under the Basket shots led both clubs with 30 Points while his running mate at Forward Brumsey pumped in 29. Brumse cashed 13 16 Charity Tosse while guard Bobby Watts Madeline 13 in route to a 15-poin Henry Sterken a 6-foot 4-Inch 215-Pounder, paced the los ers with 27 while Staton added 22.the speedy canno neers held a slight Edge in rebounding hauling in 47 to 42 for the tankers the canno neers Are playing with out the services Preston rows Era 1961 is. Cism team member who recently rotated and John Gibson a starting guard Home on emergency leave. Real George 6sth Armor Roft Apsit Stiles foil Sterken. A it 3 it Sion. 8 Ellwood. T ssi so Mort i t 3 1 Mcleah o. T � i Burdock. I j 1 0 St Oil arty Foft Dpi Muer. F g 13 chamber 13 h. Brown o 3 10 Ctm. F s Iff b. Brown t s wet Checkl. It t Oaas met. T totals 31 33 8 totals w 39 89 fifth Armor Mittan 41 43 8th 01 arty Cin Nown 43 5699 Ohio conference votes Slade Best Delaware Ohio up Jef Slade a Kenyon College senior from Chicago Heights iii., has been named Winner the Mike Gregory award As the Best Basket Ball player in the 15-team Ohio conference this season. The 6-foot, 6-Inch Center led the conference in scoring and rebound ing for the last three years. Theaward is voted conference scored 1,742 Points in his 79-game career just 18 Short the league record held by Terry deems Wittenberg University. He averaged just Over 22 Points a game for his career. Germany District bow1ing championship bound " " " a " l fac Btl Hon 94 22 ,h7 Zow Ibrim. 33 23 him 23ft 32 a 3j � 32 "84 Seadin ave races to Washington redskins have announced the signing Dave Birch offensive halfback from Duke University. Picked up mom Nunn Asi progressed. " ii-,.f Coleman and Sampson Dun s off guns c with Points resp Hilvety. " had 13 and to Shaw i the cards. The Central Champion enl tits cart cml hmm Kali in t part that chef Hulk foot 6-Inch Henry Fields aged 20 after scoring 3 before and James Jackson 13. In the first encounter evening the newly Hawks gave the Western Champion wheels a big fore running out Gas second half. The score was deadlocked times in the first half before 1 by guard Mike Delgado pair goals in the final to put Rochefort on top the intermission. The Hawks took a 45-40 the second half s outset sluggish wheels finally rolling and moved ahead at 52-51 with 13 minutes Leall five starters hit i figures for Rochefort. V Johnson showed the Way Delgado hit for 15, lips garnered 14, Bob Osl lied 12 and Jim Schneide Bremerhaven g Ernest Ders took game scoring with 22 Points and was the contest s top Hustler. Clare racked up18 and Nat capped in with 14. The Eastern Kingpin dial coach Bruce Gregory poured Points in the second half to Over the chiefs. Metz from a 78-63 loss to Verdun Day held a 30-24 Lead at time before really bursting at scoring seams. Joe Cotton a 6-5 Der the boards poured in 24 17 in the second half the Metz scorers. John scored 22 and substitute Bill had 16. The chiefs were 1 Walt Linkfield with 24 Points " Carl Staton with 12. Rochefort and Metz were to meet in a losers bracket thursday with the Winner on Orleans in an evening Verdun meets the thursday survivor at 8 . In the Friday. the cards lose tie Hoar decision will be tended until 8 . Saturday wheels Roll again Roche Foini Obs Onuf t Breytm have to Ftp 33 t 1ft psf fludd count a runt g a nuns. Brown 0c 30 15 it Aero. F 3 8 0 1 1 s s Cooksey. Hill a s it Date fort Wab Avion step it 1$ Tobitt 3 he tick 8heltln Ulni i Jetton. Trow i Miner an Ace in the hoi Verdu

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