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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - March 28, 1968, Darmstadt, HessePop 22 the stars and stripes the or i thursday March 28 a Mumm i Trach season gets into full Siri Tutti saturday by 1h b Wicker staff writer unfavourable weather played havoc with last week scheduled Start of the us Desea track Field season As one meet was cancelled jul another was postponed. All the meets slated this saturday should come off without an problems As Clear skies and warm weather hit the continent Early this week allowing most of the teams to get in their first serious Days of practice on the cinders. In season openers that were held last saturday ludwigs Burg s stallions outscored the Wuerzburg wolves 128 to 7 /2, Heidel Berg s Lions 83-, toppled the Mannheim Bison 54 3 and Karlsruhe knights 29and Baum older s bucs 673/4 triumphed Over the Berlin cubs 37 i and Pitburg Barons 23 i. Although Wuerzburg is considerably smaller than ludwigs Burg it was an impressive Triumph for coach Leo Palmer s took first place in 15 of the 16 events and placed second in All of them. Willie Pope won the discus placed second in the shot put and Long jump and tied for third in the triple jump to Lead the scoring with lll/2 Points. Middle distance runner Jay Spindler chalked up 11 Points for the stallions. Wiped out by poor track conditions was the triangular affair at Nuernberg with Augsburg and Munich. The postponed Wiesbaden Frankfurt clash was reset for wednesday afternoon of this week on the eagles track. This saturday s schedule has Munich Kaiserslautern and Mann Heim at ludwigs Burg Augsburg and Berlin at Karlsruhe Heidel Berg Baum Olcier and Nuernberg at Wiesbaden and Wuerz Burgand Pitburg at Frankfurt. The schools in Italy Are slated to open the season saturday a Livorno. We Haven t yet received schedules for teams in Spain Belgium the Netherlands and is the remainder of the track and Field schedule for schools in Germany april 6frankfurt at Kaiserslautern Karlsruhe Wiesbaden Munich and ludwigs Burg at Heidelberg Baum Olcier and Wuerz Burg at Nuernberg Pitburg Augsburg and Berlin at Mannheim. April 27bitburg, Berlin and Kaiserslautern at Heidelberg Wiesbaden and Augsburg at Mannheim ludwigs Burg Frankfurt and Munich at Nuernberg Karlsruhe and Wuerzburg at Baum Holder. May 4wiesbaden at Kaiserslautern Wuerzburg at Munich Mannheim at ludwigs Burg Pitburg at Karlsruhe Baum older Auberlin Heidelberg at Frankfurt Nuernberg at Augsburg. May 11regional meets Sites to be announced later. May 17-18-finals site to be announced later. Heidelberg relays april 13 the third annual Heidelberg relays have been scheduled for april 13, again giving us Desea athletes a Chance to keep in the swing of tilings during the easter holidays. Wayne Sam who coaches the Heidelberg Lions track squad and directs the meet says the relays Are open to All us Desea thin class who want to compete As a team or on an individual basis. This year s action starts the Day before easter at 10a.m. On the Patrick Henry Village track near Heidelberg with the Field events and four Mil relay. Teams or individuals wishing to compete should Contact Saimi at Heidelberg High Telephone number is military 8970. Here s a list of the events in Heidelberg relay with records in parentheses Long jump 19-5long jump relay 53-11high jump 4high jump relay 14-11shot put 46-1shot put relay 124-10 pole vault 10-0discus 13 11100 Yards 10.4120-Yard High hurdles 16.5440-Yard relay 47.3880-Yard relay 1 38.1mile relay 3 50.8two mile relay 9 22.6four mile relay 20 58.9distance Medley 11 42.1sprint Medley 1 41.2480-Yard shuttle hurdle "-1 1 10.7. 3,000-meter steeplechase 9 45.9330-Yard intermediate hurdles 1.3. Warriors topple Hawks 124-109, for 1 Lead san Francisco up the surprising san Francisco warriors jumped to an Early Lead and were never headed tuesday night rolling to a 124-109 National basketball association playoff Victory Over the St. Louis Hawks. San Francisco third in the Western division behind the Hawks and Winner of Only one game from St. Louis in regular season play took a 1 Edge inthe playoff series. The two teams resume action at Oak land Friday night. The warriors overcame tenacious full court press and some shoddy free throw shoot ing in the second half to pull out the win. Jeff Mullins 10 Points helped the winners maintain a 93-84 Edge at the end of three quarters. Guard Al Attles the warriors defensive and Ball handling specialist played a big role in staving off a fourth period rally. Attles was most successful cutting through the press and also triggered a 0outburst that gave his team a commanding 120-102 Lead wit two minutes remaining. Warrior Jeff Mullins topped All scorers with 33 Wilkins Zelmo Beaty and Lou Hudson shared St. Louis scoring honors wit Points apiece. Mullins a East off now bus 95 Point three playoff games again i 8t. Lou.8 8an f unc Coni lift. � Balluh limit y of wll hns hut Hun any tour total. 43 23-j5 san Francuck. 30 30 Jim a Toui foul 8t. Jul. -.-,. A a for. Out ban a , i0 it Mulliis. Alleluia net pipers push past pacers continued from Pagi is Orleans Best of five Chaparral broke open a close game in the second Quarter on a Streak led by John Beasley and Maurice Sci part Ley. Beasley scored 31 Becker who Dallas dropped before the season even started led Houston scoring with 26 Points while guv Manning had 25. Maverick guard Willie Somer pirates Shade red sox on Sabin t1ik bad Krecu Nach b e a r k a t a who last year had the in Desea 1uu and 200-Nifter Champion in the person of Fred Cheeks will not compete in track this Spring. No reason has been Given for dropping the sport at the school. P1 ovi1 1\ p i o b 1 i. In s can be ironed out the l so i is track finals Viil ice staged at Nuernberg May 17-18, says l sol a ska Atli Etic Biel Don Devona. A to Kelsh team again re. , scored a 4 v a l Victory Oer Beirut american oui ugly school in the championship game of the Aegean j. In a ii i t a .i \ i l 1cin i i " in Ines Ili spoil Lai Ald ii i Mai ii in a Lii. A111 in Iii i i i i i l i i i a ii 11 i i to i 11 i i i i All ,. I Iii Aii. Jut an in. A Noil m.i/. 1 lie j e the aim i the Angels first of the Spring. They had gone through 10 Complete games and 5. I2 offi Cial times at Bat without a Homer. Ile Poz s three run blow capped four run explosion in the Bot Tom of the eighth that broke a2-2 deadlock. Sarasota Fla. Up Rookie Cisco Carlos and three Relief pitchers combined to shutout the Oakland athletics tuesday As the Chicago Whiteson picked up four tainted runs in a 0 exhibition Victory. Carlos whose Spring earned run average is now 1.06, pitched five innings and yielded Only two singles. Bob Priddy. Wilbur Wood and Hoyt Wilhelm completed the shut out for the White sox giving up four hits All singles. Wist Palm Brach Fla up Relief Pitcher Cecil l pshaw stroked a two out bases loaded single in the ninth inning tuesday to give Atlanta 1 Victory Over Baltimore. Dick Kelley continued his sensational Spring pitching for the braves blanking the Oriole for Thi first seven innings on four hits. Kelley now has pitched 21 consecutive scoreless innings 12 against Baltimore. Set who scored 42 and 40 Points in the first two games of the playoff series was held to Only nine Points. Houston Somr l Halo Holli i Nyul in Twy a 10u 5 11. A of 0 0 1 0 11 Dallas 1 j.iily a Coral Millry c try q 5 4 10 7 3 1 1 0 0 f 3 33a- 5 3 5 3 4 to to 22-i2 10,1 retail 4521-31110 Houston k 15 31 12103 24 ii �1 2s-110 till i l a it Lillif Hull ill. , out Alii o i,117. In w Orleans up the new Orleans buccaneers collected a 130-104 Victory Over the Denver rockets Here tuesday night to take a one game Lead in the american basketball league Western division play offs. Forward Larry Brown hit a career High of 3j Points and led four double figure scorers. The bucs shot 54.3 per cent from the floor and hit 16 of 19 free throws. Orlando i a Tebei s Jim us or Lieut it to Batter male Dio a in three Tunis 1 a ill 11 ill Pili in Fla. am the new five bits lid r u 11 a a posted Thel r my allies by s o at minted i m both i runs lie Nedeil m a run in Hie in a in ill 1 i i and ii i cd in the eighth nil Denver Murrll Rk new Ohlf ans o 4 f i or i j 14 s a. N j i . 0 i i a Ini in. 1 i Iii i i i u in in 055 0 l 3 4 7 i 11 i to g f 1 401 s t 0 7 a b 0i 1m 11 to Luolin s u r i us o u a 1jmj urn Var. 21 ? i 27 25 1&� new 2f 27 1/--1jo i in t. My ii la. In k mil.-, i Iii a lil w 7. . Louisville. By. Up the scrambling Kentucky Colo Nels overcame a 12 Point deficit in the final period tuesday night to top the Minnesota muskies 100 5 and Square their american basketball association Eastern division playoffs atone Victory each. The muskies paced by Don Freeman Sto Points held a 5 5 4s Lial Flimie Lead and led 7070 at the end of three quarters. Kentucky Oft Oft it. Ify n ii Al 11 l ii a i. I. 4 Hills i a 4 11 i the Yaj i i i u u a a tit standings american da8kete1all Assn. Division a conf a ii a de to of Flor Eastern scrip a won Loit Indiana i Tiitu by Minnesota nov Orli-. l in i a 2 0 0 scrim b won lest 1 11 Western strict a won let 1 o 0 1 scrim n win list 1 Houston pet i tul Murkli 1, lr., . National basketball Assn. slirt.n. licit 0? Eastern scrip a Wen Loit Pel 1 a 1 a i. 1 a sir. I ii National mock i. V i. A cd s . N a l t pit. Of 0 Wrt Minn St. L.oiil-. I it uni i i Xin ,.-, i h Milt i la -.1. a am Mac in sch Tkv a fall e n i1 Vav i. R it. If him ill Holt. Liukao ski i a. 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