European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Mar 9 1962, Page 22

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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - March 9, 1962, Darmstadt, HesseThi Star Geo. Washington Cager makes 6 Small America up team for 3rd time new York up High scoring John Feldman of George washing ton thursday was selected for the third time on the 14th a n n u a United press International smal America basketball team reserved for pint sized collegians no taller than 5 feet 10 Drysdale of Temple an other repeater Larry Armstrong of Arizona state a. Billy Packer of Wake Forest and Lowern Ben son of Miami Ohio completed the first five. Armstrong and Packer Are 5-8, the others 5-10. There were More Good Little men Swiss defeat austrian in world hockey Colorado Springs Colo a the Swiss in hockey team Defeated Austria. 9-4, wednesday and qualified for the championship bracket in the world Amateur tournament. Clan Bazyli and Fritz Naef starred for Switzerland with three goals each. Peter Stamback had two to and Pio Parolini one for the win ners. Adolph Bachura got two goal for Austria. The Swiss were to meet Brit Ain in the opening championship game thursday afternoon. . To play the United states was to see action in the first Day Champion ship Competition going against the norwegian team at Colorado Springs. Bretou moment favorite Canada was also to make its first appear Ance taking on Finland at Denver. In other action the president of the International ice hockey federation repulsed a russian attempt wednesday to remove the championship Label from the world tournament Here. The world and european championship will go on As planned be fore said Robert Lebel of Mon Treal president of the i if. After the organization met wednesday. American hockey league Zattera division p of Fawn iia 3 l 24� it t 3t t 4 2 71 117 in w 111 in to 177 79 51 111 221 Western division w l t p 6f Gam 2 i a 2is m n a 2 in m is 27 2f4 2m this year than in a dozen second team Dpi Ray mounts 5-10 of Texas tech Willie Somerset 5-10 of Duquesne Jerry Bass 5-9 of Indiana Mjnnie Ernst 5-8 of Providence and Ron Warner 5-10 of Gettysburg. Warner led the Small America scorers with a 25.3 average an once this year popped in 22 straight foul shots in a single game the second Best performance on record with the Mcaa service Bureau. Benson led the scorers on the first team with a 24.6 average Fol Lowed by feed min with 21.7, both were the top Point getters on their teams. Armstrong and Drysdale teamsters despite their Lack of height faded slightly from the scoring that brought them National prominence last year but with 1 Dent Lea 17.5 averages they were in no Dan Ger of being dropped from smal America consideration. Packer coca Tain at Wake for est with big Len Chappell aver aged 12.7 Points per , a first team pick last year dropped in scoring from 20.eto 165 and was crowded Back to the second team. Bass had a 13 Point average for Indiana and Ernst Star of a Surprise Providence Triumph in last year s National invitation tournament scored Ata 12-per-game Pace while directing his team s offence from the Back , a Sophomore averaging 19.1 Points por game is a key on both offence and defense for the Dukes who la be in this year s nit. F m 2 21 it tilday Rei Urf or Lar it. Pm Laitta i out 147 Eastern hockey league final standings Northern division l t p of a Cholm w 41 22 41 2sm m 2t 41 t t i i 84 114 2m u pm a d 2� 124 u 214 2st Southern division w l t p 8f 6a pm 2 74 24 2u s9 Fil 2h � n i m 2tf i 2f 41 2 14 my m sex Celt Brannum selected to coach Norwich cagers Northfield Al up ormer Boston celtics player Bob Brannum has been named head coach of basketball at Norwich University. Norwich president Gen. Ernest Larmon said Brannum a resident of Hamilton. Mass. Would take ver Cadet coaching duties in the All and would also serve As of instant football coach. Brannum g feet 5 inches and 35 pounds when he joined the celtics in 1951, played for three seasons with Sheboygan of the National basketball league and four seasons with the celtics. In addition to his Norwich duties Brannum will be the Golf professional at the Barre it country club starting May 1. He formerly served for four years As Golf pro at the sleeping giant Golf club at Hamden conn., and the Salem mass country club. Sex Redskin joins Ottawa Ottawa up Ron Maltony a former Purdue guard release last season by the Washington redskins has signed with the Ottawa rough riders of the Eastern football conference it was announced Here. Birthday boffo whooping it up in the Milwaukee Brave dressing room at Bradenton Fla Are Catcher Del Crandall Cente who was presented � cake on his 32nd birthday and in Lew Burdette left and Warren Crandall saw limited action but year. Marts stars in game Robbie willing to switch continued from Page 19 slammed out two hits in a six inning intr squad game in which the Cuccinello Defeated the Gutter does 7-3. Cunningham looked Sharp in the Field and drove in two runs with an infield single and a Long double to right Joel Horlen Rookie right hander up from san Diego was the most impressive of the six pitchers who worked and hurled two witless innings. Horlen pitched Winter Ball in puerto Rico and is expected Towin a spot As a rotation starter. Tucson. Ariz. A Short atop Woody held belted a double and a triple wednesday a the parkers beat the Katts 4-1, in Asis inning Cleveland indians in tra d Branch 42 naia District 20 playoff championship Wottom Lllan a 13, m naia District 22 playoff championship Alf Tulsa 17, it thin is naia dts Triet 30 playoff Champ on9htp -6 Putni Bettr a 73, i Mfd state naia Iowa playoff Butna Tota a pin int 75 Mcaa Midwest regional i Start cull it it Law 81. Aii Mutana 8li Stam Iii by the associated pres american has league Eastern division Patti fourth cd Tanto glm Fin new York w16 i 1213 l 14 14 is 17 Western division w Kanui City 29 9 a 14 n b fun Erie 14 is wed Nadaf. Haute new York 06. Chicago 94 a it fran com 103, clone lint 0 Only Hiir us

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