European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Mar 15 1957, Page 22

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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - March 15, 1957, Darmstadt, Hesse Imi Sims and s1rpis 14s in Mcaa Small College Cage meet to defeat South the registering their feb straight Victory and 36th in it bottled under the boards by the hustling who took a 5139 halftone Wheaton came Back in the Sec Ond half and went 636l in the last 11 minutes the game was tied three times and the Lead exchanged four before Oak Kamms Side shot cent a neater ahead to with six minutes left in the afternoon los an Geles blew a 10point Lead and scores by aaa related Mcaa ool Lerf Btl Rev amm Tat state St Rintar m my by Rte Bank m naia tournament pm term state hmm at or Tami Man s7 state state Vita to Impi is it Tan state it Stethem is 4tm Ashy tour aant class a semifinals it ctr to Sratko so sort s so hmm Arapp class a semifinals 74 Omar m a test 71 or women b1vision n it so a Al a air farce worldwide tournament Tam of of Mart my hmm Mem 77 Arm L�ry m Brm Tat s7 no Kwa imm is then Eft me from behind in the two minutes to top san Jack tallied Points the municipal stadium record by guide mount St marys Over entering the lament with a poured in 19 Points in the first half As the mountaineers piled up a 4331 mar Gin in route to their 21st straight Triumph and a 264 season the closest the rough riders could come to closing the Gap was in the opening eight minutes of the second half when Leo Chester hit four Long shots and Richie Krol added a free this narrowed the mountaineers Edge to but 3incn senior from and the nations third top again started hitting from All angles and with 10 minutes to play mount marys led two More shots by Sullivan boosted it to 6650 and the riders never came close As they bowed out of the three Day meet with their seventh loss in 27 starts this All Marine tournament som Ramsi us no fail 77 North Atlantic Navy tournament my ohm my co St stay c8 new a Merity Simmy pwt Lime to at Junior Colleou Tournet of total u St m s Bocky Mountain conference Fml few w l a Jet w l s just is it Jas it u pm ii u pm 7 ii i u j7s Youngstown 5 wins in naia icon Tunuto from Page in 34 Points to Pace Texas Tom Dobbs had in for Ball Eastern a dark horse in the led All the Way to Down Villa a team which upset third seeded West Virginia tech in the first Lloyd Ludwig hooked in 32 Points for the Illinois team and Larry Stav Man hit 34 for Villa Tennessee another Allne Gro had an easy time with Portland As Bob Barnett hit 13 Field goals and four free throws for 30 the tennesseans had a halftime shooting for an unprecedented fourth National Cham easily advanced by run Ning up a 4437 halftime margin against Central six Hamline players were in double figures Jack Stromberg with Winston Folkers Dave Schneider Lee Hopf inspirer 12 Dick Peter son 11 and Dale Mcclure James Marko had 27 for the bowled Over Loots Ren Bayer 14 bowls slides headfirst into second Bam for a doable during exhibition game in of Cut St Loots treat on to band the a 4s associated Presa pirates Edge red to record fifth straight exhibition Triumph 3 Grinders Hurt in College fire destroyed the athletic Dormi tory at Louisiana College injuring three football one some 40 persons some by leaping through College authorities identified the injured As Budds a Junior College Transfer from Bob a senior from and Bob a Sophomore from East All three were hospitalized with Spring reported in serious Condi never too old Frank former Urcla Rod 1936 olympic team is St retire at 47 in a los Angeles aau basketball 250 pounds and atoll plays several Galatea r some play Golf or shoot he but with my basketball is my Thollander inks pact with seals for 1957 san Francisco up the san Francisco seals announced that Bob a right handed Pitcher who added a knuckle Ball to his repertory last has come to terms with the club at its training Camp in Thollander compiled a 11 rec Ord last year in 16 innings pitched for the seals after they bought him from Louisville of the Amer ican association where he had an 1116 continued from Page 18 Ning with a Long Home run Over the Brightfield following a single by 1 e a o f f Man Larry Early Wynn 1e his first appearance of the giving up tw3 runs on five hits in three Stan Pitula limited the orioles to one run on one hit in three the orioles scored their last two runs off Ray who left the game after he Washin on the pitching hand by a Sharp ground the indians collected eight hits off three Baltimore the orioles had nine Havana a Baltimore shortstop Willie Miranda said wednesday he expects to report to the orioles this visa delays have been holding me explained the 28yearold i dont consider myself a if i was dissatisfied with my i be report ing for Miranda said he hoped to have a better season than in 1966 when he hit Only in 148 a the Power Laden Cincinnati r e d i e g a spoiled the pitching debut of highly touted Juan Pizarro with a five eighth inning assault wednes Day As they swamped the Milwaukee in a Spring exhibition 19yearold puerto rican took the Mound in the sixth with the Redlegs he retired the Side in order in the sixth and but the roof fell in on Oie Rookie in the eighth when Cincinnati converted seven hits and an error into five runs to sew up the the game was a Home run Battle until the the braves got Yale mermen favored Chapel up the powerful Yale University swimming team is favored to win the 34th annual Mcaa Champion ships at the University of North Carolina March about so including More than 300 of the nations top swimming Are expected to compete for nation Al three Henry Aarons third of the exhibition season came in the third inning and was Fol Lowed by circuit blows by Johnny Logan and Rookie Ray Roy Mcmillan and Pete Whisenant homered for the red Johnny Cincinnati was relieved in the fifth by Warren acquired from the Chicago who yielded three hits and Only one run to bag Vic veto api pee Rookie Dick Gray and Oil Hodges walloped homers a Brooklyn dodgers again oat slugged the Chicago White and Gray bit Park circuit mows off Billy Pierre in the first Hodges cleared left Tell Bank at the expense of Bill Dufoor in the Don dry Dale and Sandy Kott fax standings by United Prew National basketball Eastern division w l Pil 44 is m m j 414 Strk m m Western Otvis Ion w l hmm 14 to m m 14 m ii 41 tar St Kwh my it National hockey leaoi7b w m l is int Rel to n a n is m i t it ii ii u ii 14 a Twat of in in iss in 19 m 71 Ca i4s 141 m in american hockey league w i t p 6a n 31 m t w 3 m 1 49 tit in m u 4 c4 is 24 j3 1 w in ii m 4 244 International Hock a of Asur to kit Ith wwke4 Inal Nga Tor the Owmer Al meal Rana on tear Amie gave my two Bita and Fred Klup Lief fed nut fan the up Jim Washington Sophomore hit his third Home Rua in five gangs with a Man on base wednesday to Lea the senators to a m Victory Over the Detroit Relief Pitcher Bud who worked the last three insured the Triumph by striking out Pinch hitter Bob Kennedy for the final out with runners on first and Al Kallner hit the Only other Homer of the game in Detroit two run first Lemon promptly tied the with his two run Homer in the first and who doubled in the scored the winning ran by advancing on a bunt and sacrifice Rookie Garland who didst allow a hit in his three in was credited the Billy Hoeft was the a the Kansas City athletics evened their Spring exhibition record with St Louis wednesday by edging the with the help of Home runs by Gus Zernial aft Hal Wayne both of the Home Given added distance by a Strong were off Herm one of the cardinals regular it was Wehmeier first exhibition performance this Alvon dark hammered a two run Homer for the Tom former new York was the winning skiing conditions Berchtesgaden sunny 3s depth of 5s Ron Ditola of earn skiing Good Garmack sunny depth of set Btesh a Eom Tuttan of eem ing excellent fore no

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