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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - November 7, 1967, Darmstadt, HessePage 22 the stars and stripes tuesday november 7, 1967 the now York Houston Buffalo Boston Miami american league Eastern division w l t pet. I 2 4 3 u 5 3 5 1 .711 t 71 .375 .37b .143 ban pts of 2 20 17v 122 115 115 1f 0 102 21 7t 222 2f 7 116 202 ibs 255 13f 138 283 0 0 Western division. 7 1 0 .87.r a Sifro. .1 1 1 .833 City. 5 3 0 .025 Ponsor. 1 8 0 .111sunday s result Boa Lon 18, Houston 1 Buffalo 35, Miami 13kansas City 42, new Yort 18 Oakland 21, Denver 17 National football league Eastern conference Capitol division w l t pet. Pts Oppa Lah. 6 2 0 .750 178 140 Philadelphia. 4 4 0 .500 109 214 Washington. 2 4 2 .333 188 188 new Orleans. 1 7 0 .125 115 205 Century division is. Louis. 5 3 0 .625 234 189cleveland6 3 0 .025 203 137 new York. 4 4 0 .500 232 250 Pittsburgh. 2 6 0 .250 j62 191 Western conference Central division l t pet. Pts. Of or can ba.y5 2 1 .714 176 111 Detroit. 3 4 1 .429 178 143 Chicago. 3 5 0 .375 101 153 Minnesota. 2 5 1 .286 132 189coastal division Baltimore. 6 0 2 1.000 215 114 los Angeles. 5 1 2 .833 222 132 san Francisco. 5 3 0 .625 164 195 Atlanta. 1 6 1 .143 96 238 sunday s results Dallas 37, Atlanta 7chicago 27, Detroit 13 Cleveland 34, Pittsburg 14 Baltimore 13, Green Bay 10 los Angeles 17, san Francisco 7 Minnesota 27, new York 24 new Orleans 31, Philadelphia 24 St. Louis 27, Washington 21 american basketball Assn. Eastern division won lost pet. Behind Kentucky new Jersey Indiana. 7 Minn sol i. 6 5 43 Western new orleini.-. 0oakland4 Denver. 3 Dallas. 2 Anaheim. 3 Houston. 1 2 3 3 5 5 division 1 4 4 3 8 5 .778 .625 .62 .414 .375 3 3v, 3 3 5 4va .857,r of .429.400 .273_ _ 5.167 sunday result Minnesota 119, Anaheim 92 Only game scheduled National basketball Assn. Eastern division won lost pet. Behind 2% 3 3v45 Philadelphia 7 1 .875boston 0 1 .857 Detroit 5 4 .556 Cincinnati d 5 .500 new York 5 6 .455 Baltimore 3 7 .300 Western divisions. Louis 11 1 .917 san Francisco. 8 6 .615 3 los Angeles 6 4 .600 4 san Diego 2 9 .182 8% Seattle 2 9 .182 8michicago 1 9 .100 9 sunday s result new York 115, san Diego 107only game scheduled National hockey league East division w l t pts. Of Gator onto. 7 new York. 6detroit6 Montreal. 6 heavy twin Bill big attraction in right week by the associated press Dante Cane a King sized ital Ian heavyweight makes his main bout debut in Madison Square Garden Friday nigh when he meets James j. Woody of new York in a scheduled 10-Rounder. In a 10-round co feature Char lie Green of new York takes on Angel Oquendo a puerto Rica living in new York in another heavyweight bouts highlight the week s boxing program which also included a 10-round match be tween former world welter weight Champion Louis Rodri Guez of Miami fla., and Percy Manning of Philadelphia in Ca Racas Venezuela monday , a 6-foot-3, 230 Pounder scored an impressive one round knockout Victory Over Jerry to Masetti in a Garden preliminary on sept 18. The huge ital Ian has won 18, 14 by knockout with one loss and one draw. Woody a six foot 195 Pounder has a 10-3 record including two triumphs Over another giant 6-9 James j. Beattie. Green flattened Frankie de Paula in two rounds on the sept. 18 Garden card. He has won seven in a Row since drop Ping a split decision in his first pro bout. Oquenda has a 13-4 Mark including three knockout victories. Thursday at Portland maim Jimmy Huly Oliu mtisti., is. It i i Ilioiu Williams new York Huhl in Divlus ii. At Lun an Geles Joey Orbillo Wilmington Calif., v3. Conklu Wallace do Lurf tex., heavies,10. Friday at new York a Nauru Garden Uulu Cane Italy is. Jiuu it j. Woody new York in civil a 10, mid Charlie Green in w Turk a. . New York heavies 10. At Nuh Hui Brit ish West indies Kupyar Cliff. British West indies is. Kay Malone. Miami l la., jul tera 10. Boston. 5 Chicago. 2 7 2 West division los Angeles. 5 4pittsburgh5 Philadelphia Minnesota. Get. Louis. 3 California. 2 4 1 15 46 272 3 15 37 25 5 1 13 41 423 3 13 24 25 2 2 12 34 238 25 44 3 13 30 37 6 1 11 31 304 4 2 10 20 22 4 3 9 22 308 22 23 7 25 356 27 3sunday s results Montreal 1, Philadel Phlp 1 Toronto 2, Boston 2los Angeles 6, Detroit 4 Chicago 2, California 2 american hockey league Eastern division w l t pts. Of a Springfield 6 2 0 12 38 22hershey 5 3 1 11 44 32 Providence 4 7 1 9 40 58 Baltimore 3 5 1 7 27 29 Western division Cleveland 8 2 0 16 32 25 Buffalo & 5 0 10 37 38rochester 4 3 2 10 36 31 Quebec 6 0 8 35 36sunday s results Hershey 3, Providence 3rochester 4, Quebec 2 Springfield 5, Vancouver we 2 Buffalo 3, Portland we 2 Central hockey league Northern division w 1_ t pts. Of a Tulsa 3 3 3 9 30 29 Memphis 2 5 2 6 25 34 Omaha 3 2 6 19 30kansas City 0 3 0 0 7 18 Southern division fort Worth 8 0 1 17 37 12 Oklahoma City 5 1 2 12 36 19 Dallas 3 3 1 7 29 27 Houston 1 6 1 3 21 37sunday s results Oklahoma City 3, Memphis 2 Houston 5, Omaha 5fort Worth 4, Tulsa 4 Western hockey league sunday s results Buffalo Ahl 3, Portland 2springfield Ahl Vancouver 2 Eastern hockey league sunday s result Greensboro 9, Charlotte 3 new Jersey 7, Syracuse 5 Island 7, Johnstown 4clinton 4, new Haven 3 International hockey league sunday s results Dayton 7, Toledo 3 port Huron 4, Muskegon 2 Canadian football league sunday s result Calgary 35, British Columbia 30 Hamilton 9, Toronto 5 Continental football league sunday s result Hartford 21, Charleston 0 Seattle 41, Sacramento 0 Orange county 24, Eugene 7 Bills acquire Ltd better Buffalo a the Ameri can football league Buffalo Bill shave c 1 a i in e d and activated hanker split pm. Monte Ledbet Ter a cookie recently Cut by the Houston oilers. Former olympian Dies Auburn Calif. Up to Mikkelsen a member of the United states olympic ski jumping team in 1932 and in 1936, col lapsed and died of a Cerebra Haemorrhage at his Home sunday he was 60. Haiti defense thwarts 49ers for 17-7 Victory san Francisco a a Ock ribbed los Angeles defense frustrated the san Francisco 9ers sunday Anco gave the iams a comeback 17-7 Victor before a disappointed Kezar stadium crowd of 53,194larg-St in five years. Several free for All fights Roke out in the stands near the finish. The result left the rams Possession of second place in he National football league a coastal division with a 5-1-2 record and the 49ers third with5-3. The 49ers first drive from heir own 23 was stalled by the rams defense at the 10. I Vross blocked a 17-Yard Field goal attempt by Tommy Davis. San Francisco then drove 64 Yards in 11 plays and two penal ties for a touchdown. With 18 seconds left in the first Quarter John Brodie passed to John David Crow for 22 Yards and Davis converted to make it 7-0. The rams came Back with a 66-Yard, six play touchdown first Down Rushing yardage passing yardage return yardage passes punts fumbles boatyards penalized rams 49ers9 14 105 9947 158 109 93 8-14-0 17-34-26-4ti 8-30 0 145 60 drive. The big gainer was a 54 Yard pass play from roman Gabriel to Jack Snow. Dick Bass finally punched in fro the one and Bruce Gossett kicked the Point to tie it up. Just before the half the 48ersdrove to the rams six Inch line but the defense san Francisco thrust to the los Angeles 20 but Edmea Dor intercepted a Brodie pass on the ram rams went ahead to stay in the third on a nine play 50-Yard drive climaxed by a three Yard scoring pass to Les Josephson. In the fourth Quarter a pass interception by Maxie Baughan set up a 27-Yard Field goal by Gossett. Los Angeles 0 7 7 317san Francisco 7 0 0 0 7 of Crow 22 pass from Brodie Davis kick la Bass 1 run Gossett kick la Josephson 3 pass from Gabriel Gossett kick la of Gosse 27attendance 53,194. Kings tip wings on hot spree continued from Page 20 by Gilles Tremblay s pass from behind the net. The goal wiped out Philadelphia s 1-0 Lead gained at 4 11 of the second period on de Hoekstra s deflection of de Van Impe s 45-foot shot. The canadians played without Captain Jean Beliveau whose knee was injured in a collision with the flyers Larry Zeidel saturday. Gump Worsley re placed Rogatien Vachon in the Montreal goal. Both Worsley and Philadel phia goaltender Bernie Parent turned aside several Fine shot sin the scoreless first period. The tie gave Montreal a 5-3-3record for the season Good for fourth place in the Eastern division. Philadelphia now 4-4-2, held third place in the Western division. Oakland a Gerry Ehman scored at 1 41 of the third period to give the califor Nia seals a 2-2 tie with the Chi Cago Black Hawks in a National hockey league game sunday night in the coliseum Arena. Seal goalie Charlie Hodge stopped at least four Chicago breakaways to keep californian Contention until Ehman s tying goal. Sex Boxer found slain in new York new York a a Man identified by police As Terry Young a popular lightweight fighter of the 1940 s and Early 1950 a was found shot to death in Gangland style sunday night. Detectives said Young 46,was found dead with several Bullet wounds of the Chest anybody in the doorway of a neigh boyhood social club. Some of Young s fight opponents included Paddy Demarco Beau Jack Billy Graham Sand Saddler Willie Pep and Chico Vejar. Unser nabs finale As sprint Drivers set four records Tracy Calif. Up Bobby Unser of Albuquerque n.m., roared to an easy 30-Lap Mai event sprint car Victory sunday on Altamont Speedway s half mile Oval leading Don Thomas of Al Cajon Calif., by 11seconds in the finale of a record setting Day of Speed. Unser drove a $23,000 sprint car powered by an indy 500 Ford engine that was so fast on Altamont s Asphalt track that builder a. J. Watson chose Torun alcohol instead of nitrated s Victory set one of the Day s Jour records. Unser Allison captures Stock car event Weaverville . A Bobby Allison of Hueytown ala., sprinted to the finish of the10th annual Western North car Olina 500 Stock car race sunday one half car length in front of Richard took the Lead with four laps left in the 250-mile race Over the half mile Asheville Weaverville Speedway , driving former racer Fred Lorenzen s new Ford skidded around Petty the Chrysler Ace in the third turn and never lost the Lead. Following Petty in the $17,920event was David Pearson also in the same Lap driving a Lead swapped hands nearly two dozen times in the Accident marred race. Only seven of the 33 starters finished. Giants Ink collegian san Francisco up Thesan Francisco giants have signed Marty Coil 21, who hit.350 last season As a first baseman at san Francisco stat Colleg. Coil will be assigned to the giants Fresno farm club of the class a California league. Turned what appeared to be the Day s fastest time trial listing 19.30 seconds. Johnny Ruther Ford of it. Worth Texas however had other ideas an turned the All time sprint car Mark of 19.20 seconds a Speed of 93.750 Miles per hour. The first heat which also was easily won by Unser was a record for eight laps at 2 36.15.Thomas was second and Ruther Ford finished third Greg Weld of Kansas City,mo., collected first place in the Semi main event with a automatic record of 3 21.06. Unser s time in the main even twas 9 58.27, for an average of 90.769 Miles per hour. The main event order of finish behind Unser included Thomas Sam sessions of Nash Ville mich., Hal Minyard of Crestline Calif., Wib Spauldin gof Granite City 111., Steve Ken Nick of Temple City Calif., Bud Tingelstad of Speedway ind., Larry Bickson of Marietta Ohio and Dave Burton of Garden Grove. Calif. College Golf set for 1908 Houston a sixteen teams from seven states have entered the 14th All americ intercollegiate Golf Champion ships of april 16-20. The teams were announced by Dave Williams University of Houston coach include Houston Louisiana state and Florida the three top teams in the 1967ncaa championships. Others entered in the april meet Are Arizona state Baylor Oklahoma Oklahoma state Tex As am Texas Arkansas new Mexico state new Mexico University Rice Texas tech North Texas state and Southern methodist. Purdue s Keyes makes up Backfield for 3rd time new York up All America football memo Leroy Keyes of Purdue was named monday in the United press International Backfield of the week for the third time this year and thereby prevented a Texas with the Brilliant boilermaker halfback were Mike Livingston of Southern methodist loss Montgomery of Texas Chris Tum and Paul Lipson of Houston who went on separate rampages in Texas. Keyes accounted for f o u touchdowns As Purdue walloped Illinois 42 y. He rushed for 22 j Yards scored three touchdown from 3, 11 and 28 Yards out and passed to end Jim Beira for fourth. Livingston starred in a 35-28loser against Texas passing for 378 Yards and tossing three of jigs four touchdown passes to Little Jerry Levias. Montgomery a Junior half Back piled up 213 Yards in 36 rushes for four touchdowns 1-1 1-66 Yards in a 29-7 Victory Over Baylor and Jipson Hung up the vital Points with a 25-Yardtouchdown spurt plus a two Point conversion run in a 15-14victory Over Georgi

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