European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Nov 20 1967, Page 20

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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - November 20, 1967, Darmstadt, HesseMonday november 20, 1967 the stars and stripes Page 21 Berlin crushes cards 34-0, to gain finals by Klint Johnson staff writer berlins a Berlin bears held in Check for 2 quarters by a stubborn Aschaffenbur Crew broke Loose for four second half touchdowns to crush the visiting cardinals 34-0, Here sunday and Advance to Theu Sarteur football finals oppo site 2nd brigade s Sandy Sandlin s unbeaten bears now winners of 11 straight this season will tangle with the 24th div champs next saturday at Augsburg. The bayonets won their semifinal clash with disco saturday 18-13.a crowd of 3,500 Berlin fans sitting in Clear Crisp weather atm Nair Barracks watched the slow starting bears finally gain momentum in the final Quarter when they rang up 21 Points to obliterate any Hopes the Cardi nals had of pulling off an upset. Joe Holman. Scores twice Bobby Frazier. Two to passes after a scoreless first Quarter fullback Joe Holman powered Over from the one and Halloway Moore booted the Pat for a 7-0 Berlin halftime Lead. Holman Allied again this time from the four Midway through the third period and the semifinal game entered the final Quarter wit the Marne conference champs Down 13-0 but still in the bears strength then began to Wear Down Schaffen Burg As second string Quarter Back Bobby Frazier threw two touchdown passes and Moore punched Over a Short to All inthe final period. It was the sixth shutout of the year for the com z Champion bears and their second Over the cards whom the berliners had blanked 29-0 Back in Bob Munhall coached cardinals started out the Gam with an awesome Rushing display and looked like they had Cometo town primed for the usar eur upset of the year. With Sam Brown and Joe Brinkman ripping off big chunks of yardage the cards took the opening Kickoff and punched from their own 30 to the berlins even in nine plays before the bears suddenly stiffened an threw a Burg for three straight losses. The cards were Force to try an unsuccessful Field goal from the 25. Thai. 63-Yard opening surge represented More yardage than the cards had been Able to Gainon the ground in the entire pre Vious game against Berlin. Hut it turned out to be a Flash in the pan for the Marne men As the crossed the Midfield Stripe Only three More limes with the deep est penetration going to the Ber first Downs hushing Yang ape passing Yaril acc return a in ape passes punts fumbles lost Yards penalized a Burg Berlin 11 \1 115 l.vj412 22 0 if i Lin 20 in the game s final minutes. However the Aschaffenbur defense kept the cardinals in the game until Well into the second half by yielding grudgingly on the ground and intercepting four of quarterback Mike Davis passes. The Berlin secondary retaliate with five interceptions As nine aerials fell into enemy hand during the game. Davis finally got the Berlin of sense rolling Early in the second period completing four straight passes but Cardinal linebacker Bruce Cullen intercepted at the15 to end that threat. The cards gave it right Backon a Fumble and Donald Dennis swiped another Davis pass in the Rhine main dominates 6sc squad three repeat Ramstein Germany Spe Cial Rhine main dominated the 1967 Safe All Germany con Ference football team and tackle Willie Clemon of the Champion rockets was on 3 of three play ers to make the squad for the second straight year. Coach Dave Leggett s Germany and Safe champs filled six spots on the offensive and defensive teams a composite Selec Tion of All opponent squads by each of the seven clubs in the conference. Wiesbaden s flyers and Hahn s Hawks placed four players each on the 24-Man team which was released by conference commissioner Jim Negri. The Pitburg Barons and Sembach tigers both landed three players on the squad while the Ramstein rams and Span Dahlem pioneers gained two berths apiece. The offensive team is 13-Strong because of ties for both end positions. Joining Clemon a 245-Pound offensive tackle As repeaters on the team Are Wiesbaden s Otto end zone just three plays in the second period Davis got a Chance for repay ment stealing an Aschaffenbur Lerial from end Herb Edward sad returning five Yards to the Cardinal 27. From there Lollman. A Power Ful 255-Pounder, took it into pay dirt almost . He carried on six of seven plays in luding the touchdown dive. It looked like the second Halfway going to be a repeat of the first As the bears drove wit i the third period Kickoff to the Aschaffenbur 22, Only to be frustrate again by an interception this time by Robert Johnson at the10. The Berlin defense then pushed the cards Back to their own one Yard line where a 31-Yard punt returned 10 Yards by Chip Chirco set the berliners up for their Sec Ond p a y d i r visit. Starting from the a-burg22, Moore ripped off 12 Yards Chirco picked up four and Moor got two More be fore Holma bulled into the end zone for a13-0 Bear Lead. Moore s extra Moore Peucker a 200-Pound linebacker and Pitburg spat Belcher a 248 Pound defensive guard. George Crayton of Wiesbaden made the team for the second time in three years. He was anal conference defensive Back in 1965, gained honorable mention last year and moved up this year to one of the offensive halfback ctr traps Btij. Former Iowa University quarterback Gary Snook of Hahn joins Crayton in the Backfield wit Jerry Bettis of Rhine main at the other halfback Slot and Bill Man Ning of Sembach at fullback. End Dick Leech and Center Bob Fisher Are other rockets on the offensive team. The champs Are represented on the defensive squad by linebacker Lew Credle and safety Joe Gentry. Hahn s Dick Emerson tie Leech for the left end position and Sembach s Larry Register and Hahn s Ananias Wright shared honors at right named to the offensive unit were guards Jerry Mccormick of Ramstein and Mike Man Ley of Span Dahlem and tackle Clifford Saunders of and Pitburg head the defensive outfit with Peucker end Brian Hage and tackle Bob Anthony representing the flyer Sand Belcher linebacker Bobby Mcnair and safety Jim Goodso carrying the colors of the Barons. End Mathew Madlock of sem Bach tackle Paul Thomas of Span Dahlem and linebacker Jim Mie Pritchett of Hahn round out the selections. 1967 All Germany conference team Offens position name team it. Lit. E Dick Emerson Hahn 180 6-0e Richard Leech Rhine main 190 6-1 e Larry Register Sembach 180 5-10e Ananias Wright Hahn 170 5-11 t Willie Clemon Rhine main 245 6-2t Clifford Saunders Ramstein 230 6-0 g Jerry Mccormick Ramstein 195 5-11g Mike Manley Span Dahlem 190 5-10 c Bob Fisher Rhine main 237 6-0qb Gary Snook Hahn 190 6-2 he George Crayton Wiesbaden 210 6-2hb Jerry Bettis Rhine main 180 5-8 feb Bill Manning Sembach 205 6-4 defense position name team it. Lit. E Mathew Madlek Sembach 225 6-2e Brian Hage Wiesbaden 205 6-3 t Paul Thomas Span Dahlem 205 6-3t Bob Anthony Wiesbaden 265 6-1 g Pat Belcher Pitburg 248 6-0lb Jimmie Pritchett Hahn 190 6-0 la Otto Peucker Wiesbaden 200 5-11lb Lew Credle Rhine main 195 6-1 la Bobby Mcnair Pitburg 170 6-0s Jim Goodson Pitburg 170 5-10 s Joe Gentry Rhine main 160 5-8 mifmmim2tmi�i& honorable mention Willie Clemo. Pocket tackle Otto Peucker. Flyer linebacker Pat Belcher. Baron guard Rhine main Nel Jamison Nick Mav Ormut Roger Angelini Jim Moore la Roy ainu Ivinel Anglo Mart Hoz i Buddha t of Milt Mcken in Maverine Rice. Wiesbaden Dick Ehley Joseph Jackson Felix Fuentes Ronald Rahming Wayne Mcdonald. Wil Liam Lyons Pat pm Luau. Hahn Charles Nail Jim Brothers Bill Pezok Vincent Lewis toe Lee Burns Al Griffith Al Kos i Art Borders Holt Geissal Moe Levine. Span Dahlem Dick Brown Lance Young j. Miller John Roberson Bob Aslinger Wilt Boyle Paul Stein Joe Kemp James Sternberg Lindsay Goff. Rani Slein Ahin Scott Solo Mon Holly Richard Dahney Dick pinning Toni Elijah Gibson. Sembach Forest Louell Gene Arsenault Hill i mixer Inan Leon Zaczek Kollosch. Pitburg Marvin Newton Dick Woods Dave Wagner Sain Gentile Hay Kerry Jim Luster John Noirin Itou. Point try was blocked. With Frazier at the controls replacing the double duty Davis the bears took full advantage of a Cardinal fourth Down Gamble that failed and moved 37 Yards in six plays fora 19-0 Lead. Frazier passed to 6-foot, 5-Inch end Herb Orvis freight Yards and a score. Now concentrating solely on his defensive Job Davis picked off another pass by Cardinal Jame Lumpkin to Send the bears goal Ward again. Starting from their own 24, Berlin put together its longest sustained drive of the afternoon using just seven plays. 57-Yard completion Chirco s amazing Stop-and-go.16-Yard Jaunt got the drive go ing. And then Frazer rolled outland heaved a 57-Yard completion to Eric Sorenson. Pushed Mackby a clipping penalty Moore cruised for 12 Yards and the blasted Over from less than a Yard out. Frazier flipped to Moore for Atwo Point conversion and a comfortable 27-0 Lead. Guard Pedros Cruz interception of a Lumpkin pass and his 19-Yard return to the Cardinal 27gave the bears a Chance for one last touchdown. And it was sudden one. On the next play Frazier fired Down the Middle Lochirco who gathered in the pass at the 12 and fled unbundled into the end zone. Moore lured the final Point from placement. Berlin workhorses Holman and Moore were the workhorses for Berlin Holman gaining 56 Yards in 17 carries an Moore netting 47 in 11 tries Cardinal halfback b r o w n gained 28 Yards on his last two carries to wind up the games leading rusher with Yards in 16 plays. Brinkman and led if with 13 carries f

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