European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Nov 7 1967, Page 19

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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - November 7, 1967, Darmstadt, HessePage 20 the stars and stripes tuesday november 7, 1967 Carlt ii Kemp Star As Hills rout Dolphin Buffalo . Up Wray ran for two touchdowns and Jack Kemp threw to Billy masters for two others sunday As the Buffalo Frankfurt decisions lancers Frankfurt special the Frankfurt eagles closed out their 1967 Campaign Here saturday by beating the Lakenheath Lan cers 21-8, in a non conference game. The Victory was the sixth i seven games for the eagles. Lakenheath closed its Campaign with a 2-4 record. Bernie Smith passed for the first two Frankfurt touchdowns hitting Dan Robinson on a 32-Yard toss after the eagles had recovered a Lancer Fumble an connecting with Harry Grinrod for a 28-yarder.Smith scored the final touch Down on a one Yard plunge that climaxed an eight play 73-Yard drive by plunging Over from theone. Danny Webster scored Laken Heath s Points on a 56-Yard run late in the s defensive line held the visitors from the . To negative nine Yards in the first half. Lake Neath 0 0 0 88frankfurt 13 0 0 821 Frank Robinson 32 pass from Smith kick failed Frank Grinrod 28 pass from Smith Barl kick Frank Smith 1 run Blanks run Lak Webster 56 run Webster run miss Creed records win Corpus c h r i s t i Tex up Clifford Ann Creed shot a two Over Par 72 on a cold Windy Day sunday to win the first annual Corpus Christ civitan open taking top Money of $1,725. Kathy Whitworth ended up Ina second place tie with Margie masters but in doing so set anew season Money record of $42,584 when she collected$1,250. The previous one season total in the ladies professional Golf association tour was last year s$41,444.50 collected by Sandra , Creed s winnings in to $11,500 contest were earned witha 214 on the Par 70 Pharoah s country club course. Bills crushed the Miami dolphins 35-13 in a game that started and ended in a snowstorm. Carlton getting the Bills round game unt racked for the first time this season gained 96yards in 16 carries and scored an runs of six and 14 halfback Keith Lincoln added 65 Yards on 17 carries tothe Buffalo Rushing Effort. Carlton put the Bills in frontal 1 57 of the first Quarter pushing through the Middle Fornix Yards and the touchdown first Down Rushing yardage passing yardage return yardage passes punts fumbles los Yards penalized dolphins bills16 47 80 203 16-37-1 7-37 i 30 18 182 128 129 9-19-2 5-44 1 144 after Tony King recovered Joe Auer Fumble at the Miami 26 on the opening Kickoff. Carlton ran the Bills Marg into 28-7 at 11 08 of the third Quarter on a 14-Yard trap play. Kemp s completions to Mast ers for 19 and five Yards and a 19-Yard touchdown Lunback fan intercepted pass by Tom Janik gave the Bills their most productive scoring afternoon of the season. They previously had Only nine touchdowns in seven games. Griese hits Miami quarterback Bob Griese Cut Buffalo s halftime margin to 21-7 with a 13-Yardscoring pass to Doug Moreau at 10 18 of the second Quarter. Auer finished the scoring witha two Yard run at 14 15 of the final period giving Miami its Only Rushing first Down of the game. A disappointing crowd of31,622 watched the game at War memorial stadium in a storm that lasted through most of the first and fourth quarters. Miam Buffalo 07014 7 7 735 but Carlton 0 run Mercer Kiick but masters 19 pass from Kemp Mer cer kick but Janik 19 pass interception Mercer kick Mia Moreau 13 pass from Griese Lus Teg kick but Carlton 14 run Mercer kick but masters 5 pass from Kemp Mer cer kick Mia Auer 2 run kick failed attendance 31,622. Bengal Post taken Cincinnati up Allan Heinz executive sports editor of the Cincinnati enquirer for the past six years has been name director of publicity and Public relations for the new Cincinnati bengals club in the american football league. Wiesbaden uses Raider mistakes to Annex 45-0 Blue league win Wiesbaden special turning five Fum Bles and two pass interceptions into ail their Points Wiesbaden s warriors slammed raiders 45-0, in the season finale for both warriors celebrated Homecoming by evening their us Desea Blue division record to 2-2 and finishing 5-2 Over All. Kaiserslautern wound up 0-4 and 3-4.the warriors Chuck Hutzler set the pattern Early by running 33 Yards with an intercepted pass on the third play of the game and Mike Reid s two Point run made it 8-0.Wiesbaden added three More scores in the first half with Doug Jones rambling 31 Yard Sand Reid scoring from 34 and three Yards out All following Raider warriors converted two More Bobbles a of Many it Nam a my a m n n around the nil and a pass theft into three second half quarterback Charlie Owen sneaked in from the one and Gary Cloppas ran for another pair from four and three Yards respectively the latter following an interception of a desperation a town pass. Brandon Dodd Frank Foster and Denni Grabulis sparked a stingy Wiesbaden defense which limited the visitors to a minus 20 Yard sin total offence. The raiders never got past the Warrior 40 Yard line As Wiesbaden scored its third shutout of the season. Reid was the offensive Workhorse for the winners picking up 100 Yards in 16 carries. Wiesbaden s tvs made it a sweep winning 26-15 to close their season unbeaten with six straight triumphs. Flett s hat tried enables Kings to Edge red wings Detroit a the Amaz ing los Angeles Kings led by Bill Flett s hat trick scored five goals in the third period to whip the Detroit red wings 6-4 in National hockey league game sunday night. The Kings trailed throughout the game 3-1 at one Point and 4-2 after g or die Howe s second goal of the night at 5 34 of the final period. But they caught fire with four goals in a six minute Span to win. Los Angeles in first place inthe nil s Western division out shot Detroit 20-8 in the Deci Sive period. Flett started the Kings off inthe final period scoring at 5 17 during a Power play when Wing goalie Roger Crozier could t hold the shot in his , the 39-year-old Detroit superstar off to his Best Start Ever scored his 10th goal of the season and second of the night17 seconds later to make it 4-2 for los Angeles charged Back on goals by Bryan Campbell at9 39 and Bill Inglis at 11 05 to tie the score at 4-4.defenseman Bill White scored the winning goal with screened slap shot at 14 25 and Flett clinched it with his third goal and sixth of the season at 15 43. The defeat was Detroit s Sec Ond in As Many nights to an expansion team and the team third straight loss. Boston a Pete Stem Kowski s goal from just outside the crease with less than three minutes remaining lifted the Toronto Maple Leafs to a 2-2 tie with the Boston Bruins sunday night in a wild blood spattered National hockey league converted a pass from Wayne Carleton at 17 46 of the third period to earn the standoff for Toronto which Hadron three straight. . Title taken by bobcats London special Londo scored twice in the first half then made it hold up for a 14-0victory Over upper Heyford to wrap up the 1967 us Desea .division championship Here bobcats got their first tally when linebacker Charle Pelletier intercepted a Flat pass and ran 20 untouched Yards into the end zone. London made it 14-0 on their Only sustained drive in the Sec Ond stanza with Jerry Mccarty making a diving catch of quarterback Chris forester s Tepass the play covering 25 Yards. Forester ran for two Points Ashe drive covered 65 Yards and included four first the hadies tightened up in the second half the Bob cats enjoyed a substantial Statis tical Edge 12-4 in first Downs,125-60 in Rushing and 75-10 pass ing. The losers did riot get inside the London 20 Yard line. Upper Heyford spark plug Delatimer was injured in the first Quarter and saw Only limited action in the second half. Upper Heyford 0 0 0 0- 0london 0 8 0 014 Lon Pelletier 20 intercepted pans run failed Lon Mccarty 25 pass from forester forester run referee Art Skov whistled 20penalties, including two majors and a misconduct for a total of54 minutes in the game enlivened by a second period Brawl which emptied both benches. The hard hitting of fists Sticks and elbows in addition to solid body checks overshadowed a tremendous goal ending Duel Between Gerry Cheevers of the Bruins and Johnny Bower of the Leaf Cheevers turned in 39 saves including a Brilliant diving lock on a second period penalty shot by Bob Pulford. Bower had 35 saves including 30 in the first two flared from the out set and finally broke Loose when Toronto s Brian Conacher elbowed Boston s Bobby , dripping blood from a Gash on the Bridge of the nose went Down As Conacher continued up ice. John Mckenzie chased the Toronto Winger and pounced on him. Defense Manallas Stanley went to Conacher s Rescue and soon a few per Sonal slug fests were under Way. Philadelphia a Yvan Cournoyer s seventh goal of the season with 6 09 left inthe game gave the Montreal canadians a 1-1 tie with the Philadelphia flyers in a nation Al hockey league game sunday night. Cournoyer s score was set up continued on Page 22 Gipp s last game South Bend ind. Up the legendary g e o r g e Gipp played his last game for Notredame on nov. 20, 1920, As the Irish whipped Northwestern 33-7. He contracted a Strep Throat and died dec. 14. Mutinies manhandled. new York a the Newyork Playboy bunnies made their touch football debut Sun Day at Central Park beating an eager men s team called the cougars 12-6. The cougars might have Don better but they were penalized 250 Yards for illegal use of the hands. They also were guilty of hold ing on offence. Ginger 7 u Lull Bunny redhead whose vital statistics Are 35-20 35, protested twice that the Cou Gars were playing too rough. We re gelling bruises Pullover pouted Ginger raising a sleeve to a Man in dark spectacles named Tom Golden. Golden seemed to be running the Don t agree countered Carol a Brunette with Raven tresses hanging Down to her shoulders. "1 think they re Alvery Nice and the game in the theatrical league was played on the play ground at 85th Street and fifth venue. Sunday picnickers formed Anu paying gallery on the Side lines. Three Burly new Yor police men on horseback stood by apparently to forestall an riots. The game consisted of two 40-minute halves with a special set of rules. The bunnies Cauldfield 12 players to the men s eight. If the bunnies completed two passes in four tries it was a first Down the men had to Complete three in four. There were a lot of passe but not All with the football commented Heidi a striking blonde who has Learned quickly since emigrating from Vienna two years ago. Under the rules the men had to use both hands to make a tag the bunnies just one. Neither Side complained. The game progressed very slowly because it was constantly being stopped by whistles. I Don t know Why Golden said perplexed. We Don t even have any whistles. We Don thave a referee. The whistles must come from the the bunnies seemed to de Light in going into a huddle and they squealed and giggled a they went through their plays. The cougars just drooled. The bunnies showed goo form. But if any of the Spectator expected them to look anything like the Rabbit eared cuties atthe Playboy club they were All wore Long tight fit Ting pants and Black sweaters hiding most of their charms. It was around 45 Haven t caught anything said Heidi. Only a cold. I the theater football league plays on sundays. The next game probably will feature you know i can t hear Yon when the water s running against Oil dad poor dad mama s Hung you in the closet and i m feel in so sad

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