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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - November 20, 1967, Darmstadt, HessePage 20 the stars and stripes monday november 20, 1967 Hawks Leafs in 2-2 tie Bruins clip rangers 3-1, after Brawl Toronto a Mike Wal ton s Power play goal with 2l/ 2minutes left to play gave the Toronto Maple Leafs a 2-2 National hockey league tie with the Chicago Black Hawks Satur Day night. The deadlock moved the Maple Leafs into a tie with Idle de troit for the nil East division Lead. Until Walton scored chicag was protecting a 2-1 Edge built on a pair of goals by scoring Champion Stan Mikita. The tie extended Chicago s unbeaten string to seven games. Mikita scored the Only goal of the first period on a feed from Eric Nesterenko Midway through the period. Rookie s first goal Toronto s Gary Unger a 19-year-old Rookie scored his first nil goal Early in the second period tying the game on a feed from Pete Mikita restored the Black Hawks Edge at the 14-Minutemark with 11 seconds remaining in Stemkowski s second penalty of the period. He beat Veteran Johnny Bower on feeds from Pierre Pilote and Doug mohns. It stayed that Way through the tight checking third period until mohns was sent off for tripping at 17 04. Just 30 seconds later Jim Pappin set up Walton forthe tying goal. Boston up Bruin Rookie Derek Sanderson came Back from a first period Brawl saturday night to score the tie breaking goal late in the Gam for a 3-1 National hockey league Victory Over the Newyork rangers. Sanderson s fifth goal of the season came when he beat Ranger goalie de Giacomo Onan unassisted play with an eight foot shot at 14 44 As hews being knocked to his Knees by the new York Marshall had Given the rangers a 1-0 first period Lead and Boston Veteran Johnny Bucyk tied the score in the second period with his seventh goal of the season. The Bruins Bucyk got his second goal of the night when he hit an open Ranger net with 44 seconds left in the it was Sanderson who touched off two wild demonstrations by the capacity Boston Garden crowd. The first came when he took on new York s Orland Kurtenbach in a first period fistfight. The crowd show ered the ice with debris when referee Ron Wicks gave both Kurtenbach and Sanderson five minute fighting penalties and awarded Sanderson an addition Al two minutes. But Sanderson ignited the biggest demonstration of the night and Drew a nearly five minute ovation for his fifth goal of the season and first in the Garden. The score climaxed a raging Boston attack on Gia comin in which the Ranger goalie made four stops in Les than a minute. Oakland Calif. A the Oakland seals fired in two goals in the third period Satur West a. Triumphs for Crown Morgantown w. A. A West Virginia smothered Davidson s passing attack Satur Day with two Long interceptions for touchdowns and the mountaineers won the Southern con Ference football championship with a 35-0 Victory Over the wildcats. The season ending Triumph brought the Mountaineer record to five victories four losses Andone tie. The loss was Davidson s fifth against four quarterback Jimmy pole entered the game As the nation s no. 1 College passer. 76-Yard interception but defensive specialist John Mallory grabbed a Poole toss and raced 76 Yards for a first Quarter touchdown. On the next series of plays Mountaineer defensive Back Baker Brown swiped another Poole pass an sprinted 48 Yards to score. The two pass interceptions came after West Virginia Hung up a 7-0 Lead Early in the first period on Ben Siegfried s six Yard mountaineers held a 21-0 Edge at halftime. Brown leads Michigan Over Wisconsin Ohio state romps Madison wis. Up Junior quarterback Dennis Brown threw two touchdown passes and ran for another to Lea Michigan to a 27-14 Victory Over wingless Wisconsin win was the third in a Row for Michigan which eve edits big ten record at 3-3. Columbus Ohio up Sophomore fullback Jim Otis bulled his Way for 149 Yards an scored a touchdown saturday to Lif Ohio state to a 21-10 bitten Victory Over Iowa and guarantee Buckeye coach Woody Hayes his 15th winning season in 17 campaigns. Williamsburg a. A astonishing Richmond Shook up William & Mary with a Bone rattling defense and the running Rhine main defeats Gie Belstadt 80-71 Rhine main Germany special the Rhine main rockets ran their Safe Ger Many conference basketball re Cord to 2-0 Here saturday night by beating the Giebel Stadt Falcons 80-71.art Anthim scored 19 Points and Tom Huggins added 18 to show the Way for the i tickets. Lee Goodwin s 24 paced thew inless f a 1 c o n s As they dropped their fourth chalked up 28 Mark ers Friday night us the rocket opened their is Campaign with a 70-72 decision Over the hut hustlers. Of halfback Joe Kellum Satur Day and whipped the indians in football for the first time in five years 16-7. Another halfback Mike Bix Iones scored both spider touch Downs on one Yard plunges inthe opening period. Cincinnati a Miami fullback Don Wade scored three touchdowns and gained fou times As much yardage Rushing than the whole Cincinnati Tea leading the redskins to a 27-14 football Victory , who picked up 133 Yards on 34 carries scored second Quarter touchdown to help Miami tie the game 7-7 an then tallied two More in the fourth period to give Miami it final Edge. Ames Iowa a Oklahoma state s Long dormant offence sprang to life and the Cowboy spoiled Iowa state s season Ender 28-14 in a big eight conference football game saturday. Halfback Larry Roseny Lethe assault with three touch Downs including a 42-Yard dash from scrimmage As the cow boys scored just four Points Les than they had amassed in their previous seven outings. Providence . Up quarterback Rich Zimmerman fired two touchdown passes Handset a Harvard career record saturday while Harvard Downe stubborn Brown 21-6. Zimmerman s record of 18 to passes broke the old Murk of 16 set in tie Early 1950s by . Defense sparkles As Penn St. Ohio univ., 35-14 rips University Park Paap Penn state turned its rugged defense into a potent offensive we Apon saturday As the Kittany Lions Defeated Ohio Early scores help Syracuse turn Back . Newton mass. A bowl hopeful Syracuse struck for two Quick touchdowns including a 37-Yard Jaunt by Rick Cassata on the second play from scrimmage and then fought a Battle of football frustration saturday before overpowering Boston College 32-20.Cassata, a senior Quarter Back and Larry Csonka combined for a tremendous attack As the orangemen hiked their record to 7-2. Syracuse dominated the action but had trouble after Csonka s one Yard touchdown plunge at 5 05 of the first period. Battle for survival the orangemen found them selves in a desperate Battle for survival until Midway through the final Quarter. Then while leading just 19-14, Syracuse line Backer Jim Cheyunski intercepted a by pass and returned 25 Yards for a forcing a punt Syracuse bounced right Back Cassata passing 19 Yards to Jack Jones for another score. Csonka Syracuse s All Tim leading rusher gained 18 Yards on the first scrimmage play of the game moving the Ball to the by 37. On the next play Cass Tacut Back after faking a Handoff broke to his left and raced forthe touchdown. Csonka carried 30 times for 154 capped a 38-Yard drive a few minutes later Butic rebounded and moved 76 Yards for a touchdown Joe i Vito passing 10 Yards to Stev Kives in the end zone. De Mantie added a 28 Hardfield goal for Syracuse As the first period managed Only a 23 Yard Field goal by Mantie in the third period before by capitalized on a Fumble and d i v i t passed 27 Yards to Jim Kava , which has a 2-6 record scored on a Divito s 15-Yard Pashto Mike Johnson late in the fourth period. West Chester champs West Chester a. A West Chester its vaunted ground game stalled by a driving rain rallied in the second Quarter saturday to Roll Ove Clarion 27-7, to capture the state College conference foot Ball championship and Climax an undefeated season. University 35-14 in an intersect tonal football game. It was the sixth straight Victory for Penn state now 7-2, which never trailed in the game. Ohio scored its second touchdown late in the final Quarter when the outcome was already decided. Defense made the difference in the contest. Penn state scored once on a pass interception and twice on returns of punts one of which was blocked. Defensive Back Bob capretto picked off a pass from Ohio s Sophomore quarterback Cleve Bryant at Midfield and streaked 50 Yards in the second period. A Little More than a minute later linebacker Denny Onkotz returned a punt 56 Yards for a score giving Penn state a 21-6 halftime Lead. Onkotz was named lineman of the week by the associate press for his play against North Carolina state last saturday when the Lions Defeated the previously unbeaten wolfpack13-8. The Penn state defense put the game out of reach in the third period when defensive end Frank Spaziani blocked a punt by Ohio s Bob Brown picked up the Ball and ran 26 Yards for the touchdown. E. Carolina conquers Marshall Colson stars Huntington . A fullback Butch Colson scored two touchdowns and set a South Ern conference Rushing record saturday in leading East Carolina to a 29-13 non conference football Victory Over Marshall. Colson carried 26 times for 117yards, giving him a season total of 1,135 Yards. The previous sea son record for a Southern con Ference player was 1,068 Yard by West Virginia s Garrett Ford in 1966. Day night to upset the Montreal Canadien 2-1 in National hockey league action at the Oakland Rena. A crowd of 8,140, largest of the season in Oakland watched As Seal penalty killer Gerry Odrowski scored while his team was Short handed at 4 26 of the final period. Four minutes later right Wing George Swarbrick scored his ninth goal of the season on screened snapshot from 40 feet. Montreal trying to get Kinto the game finally scored at 11 33 when Center Ralph Back Strom tipped in Claude la Rose s entering pass at the goal Mouth. It was the Oaklander second Victory in three games after going 15 games without a Victory. It also was the seals first Vic tory Over an established East division opponent in nine games. They had two ties. St. Louis a the Pitts Burgh penguins beat the St. Louis blues 5-3 saturday Nightie a National hockey league game and kept intact the series oddity Between the two teams that neither has been Able Towin on its Home ice. The penguins have won twice in St. Louis and the blues twice in Pittsburgh. Blues never ahead the blues never led although they were tied 1-1 in the first period and a two goal burst in just 15 seconds gave them a 3-3tie in the second period. But the penguins scored the winning goal a minute and 26 seconds later As Paul Andrea batted in a rebound. Art Strat ton closed out the scoring with 28 seconds left in the game As he hit an empty net. Blues goalie Seth Martin had been taken out for an extra Forward. Minneapolis s t. P a u l a the Minnesota North stars rallied from a two goal deficit saturday night to tie the Philadelphia flyers 2-2 in a National hockey league game As Bill Goldsworthy fired both markers for the North stars. Goldsworthy s second Goa came at 12 36 of the third period on a Fluke shot that deflected of flyer goalie Doug Favell s stick. The Minnesota Forward was in the Corner and trying to Center a pass when it hopped off Favell s stick into the net. Garry Peters had put Phila Delphia ahead with the Only goal in the first period. Bill Sutherland made it 2-0 forthe flyers at 12 55 of the second period when he shot in Lou an Gotti s perfectly placed pass. The Philadelphia left Wing was left alone for an instant and converted the pass into a goal. Pat Mark Falls As Florida wins Gainesville Fla. A Harmon wages became Florida s third winning quarterback of the football season in a 28-12southeastern conference Victory Over Kentucky saturday that kept the gators in the running for a postseason bowl bid. On Florida s last touchdown automatic toe Wayne Barfield set a National collegiate extra Point record by kicking his 51st in a Row. It erased the 50straight by Charlie Gogoluk of Princeton three years ago. Wages a second Stringer throughout his three year career started in place of injured Larry Rentz and after a spotty beginning drove the gators steadily to four touchdowns and the expected Victory which brought their record to 6-2. If Florida beats Florida stat next saturday it will be certain of a Gator bowl bid. O o o a120 7 14 728 from hair kick Kentucky Florida by a Yuxiu 21 Paa failed Fla Smith l run Barfield kick Fla wages 7 run Barfield kick Fla wage 7 run Barfield kick by Lyons 1 run past failed Fla Yail Mouali 12 i Asa from Barfield kick attendance 50,833

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