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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - October 10, 1967, Darmstadt, HessePage 20 the stars and stripes tuesday october 10, 1967 chiefs rip Miami 41-0, As Dawson passes for 5 ids Kansas City to. Up Len Dawson s Aerial wizardry Anda Tough defense pushed the Kansas City chiefs past the Miami dolphins 41-0 sunday in an american football league rifled five touchdown passes including two each to Otis Taylor and Fred Arbanas before a record crowd of 45,291, the largest Ever to see a sports event in this City. The chiefs nipped Dolphin drives with five pass interceptions two of which resulted in Kansas City touchdowns. Dawson completed 13 of 23 passes including a 71-Yard first Quarter scoring Aerial to Taylor. He connected with Taylor again in the second period this time from the Miami 10 for another Hunt set up another chiefs score in the second period intercepting Rich nor ton s pass on the Miami 49.Dawson piloted the defending Al champions to the 17 where he fired his first scoring pass to Arbanas. Against Germany in Berlin Spitz sets second record As 1ls. Swimmers Romp Berlin a paced Byone a Day Butterfly world rec ords by Mark Spitz of Santaclara calif., a . Swimming team completed its sweep Sun Day of a weekend meet against outclassed West Germany incest Berlin. The touring americans won nine of ten events sunday after Oon after taking seven tying one and losing one saturday night. No score was kept forthe Competition. Spitz flashed to a 2 05.7 world Mark for the 200-meter butter Fly in a two Man race announced As a record attempt swim. Only about 20 hours be fore in the meet s opening ses Sion he clocked 55.68 second for a new 100-meter Mark. The darkly handsome califor Nian smashed the old world moments later Dawson connected with Taylor for the second time to give the chiefs a27-0 halftime Lead. In the third period Johnn Robinson speared a Miami pass first Down Rushing yardage passing yardage passes punt fumbles Loat Yards penalized dolphins chiefs 17 1593 115 113 220 20-44-5 13-23-0 3-34 3-301 0 63 53 and returned it to Midfield where Dawson guided Kansas City to another touchdown pitch ing nine Yards to Arbanas. Dawson connected with Glos Ter Richardson on a 54-Yard pass in the fourth Quarter forthe chiefs final score. Jan Stenerud booted a pair of Field goals and five extra Points to swell the chief count. Both of the Field goals 18 and 27 Yards came in the first half. Miami drove to the Kansa City 15 in the third Quarter but the Only scoring threat was thwarted when Willie Mitchell intercepted a Norton pass in the end zone. Miami. 00000kansas City 1017 7 741 pc Taylor 71 pass from Dawson Stenerud kick pc Fig Stenerud 18 Kcf Stenerud 27kcarbanas 17 pass from Dawson Stenerud kick pc Taylor 10 pass from Dawson Stenerud kick pc Arbanas 9 pass from Dawson Stenerud kick pc Richardson 54 pass from Dawson Stenerud kick attendance 45,291. . Acquires Trio of oilers Kansas City a the Kansas City chiefs sunday traded no. 2 quarterback pet Beathard to the Houston oilers for 290-Pound defensive tackle Ernie Ladd quarterback Jacky Lee and Houston s first draft Choice in 1968. Coach Hank Stram of american chiefs said the football league the acquisition of add will solidify the chiefs defensive Ladd and Buck Buchanan will give us the balanced size strength and ability we have been seeking Stram Lee provides eight years of Quality experience atthe James to sit out 1967chicago up tackle Dan James a nine year National football league Veteran has said he will not play with the chicag bears for the 1967 season. James who played eight year with the Pittsburgh Steeles said he did not have time to get int condition this year. Braves Trade Lemaster Menke for Houston pair St. Louis a the Atlanta braves traded Pitcher Denny Lemaster and shortstop Denis Menke to the Houston astros sunday for first baseman Chuck Lemaster Menke Harrison and shortstop Sonny Jackson. The Trade was the first since the end of the regular season. It also was the first under therein of Luman Harris who was named Atlanta manager Fri Day. Lemaster and Menke Are pair of $100,000 Bonus babies. Cross country top 5 finish seconds apart Wiesbaden special Hei Delberg nudged Wiesbaden 26-31, in a High school Cross country meet Here saturday As the first five finishers were within 14 seconds of each other. Wiesbaden s Mike Hatfield won with a 12 46 clocking. Mike Grain and Steve Ford of Heidelberg were timed in 12 53 and 12 56 and Wiesbaden s Allan Zinner tand Rick Hackett broke the tape in 12 57 and 13 00, respectively. London special the Lud Wissburg High school Cross country team handed London a19-35 beating in a dual meet Here s Mike Ellis finished the two mile course i first place nosing out teammate Jim Schellman by just a few inches. Both were timed in nine minutes 33 seconds. Mannheim Germany Spe Cial Mannheim s Cross country team Defeated. Wuerzburg an Karlsruhe High in a triangular High school meet staged her saturday. The Bison runners had 31 Points Wuerzburg 44 an Karlsruhe 54 with the Low score of course Home forces Robert Barnes was the top individual finisher Over the 2 /2-mile course with a clocking of 12 minutes 32seconds. Mannheim s Ernest Cardy took second with Wuerz Burg s b. Warren third and Karlsruhe s w. Steese fourth. Lemaster is a 28-year-old left handed Pitcher who finished the season with a disappointing 9-9record and a 3.34 earned run average. Menke who was in and out of the braves line up throughout the year batted .227 with seven homers and 39 runs batted in. He is 27 and a right handed hit Ter. Jackson was a major disappointment to the astros this sea son playing very erratic Ball inthe Field and leading National league shortstops in errors. A23-year-old left handed hitter he batted .237, hit no homers an batted in 25 runs. Tribe skipper picks Sanford pitching coach Cleveland a Jack Sanford was named saturday Tobe pitching coach for Cleveland under the indians new manager Alvin dark. Sanford 38, was with Kansa City Early last season and was traded to los Angeles then re leased. He replaces Clay Bryant who has been promised managerial Job in the Cleve land farm system. Sanford is a right handed Pitcher whose major league career began with Philadelphia where he was 1957 National league Rookie Pitcher of the year. He had a career record of 137 victories and 101 losses. In1960, second of seven seasons he spent with san Francisco san Ford led the National league in shutouts with six. Mets acquire Wallace new York up the Newyork mets have acquired in fielder Don Wallace for their Jacksonville farm club from the California Angels As part of the july 23 Deal when the mets sent Catcher Bob Taylor to thenagels. Knights Rush to 34-18 win Over Brussels Karlsruhe Germany Spe Cial Joe Perez scored three touchdowns and passed for an other Here saturday As the Karls Ruhe High knights Defeated out manned Brussels High 34-18, in a Gold division got the knights on the scoreboard first with a 13-Yardtouchdown pass to Alan Kil Patrick and Bobby Cambra made it 8-0 with a two Point conversion pass to James Karlsruhe Ace got the next one himself on a 15-Yard run Overright tackle and Brothers Ken and Chris Schupp teamed for the two Point pass with Ken throw ing and Chris , playing with Only 15 on the squad bounced Back to score on John Friedman s two Yard run. A 60-Yard pass from Gordon Scarritt to Mark Kipfer set up the got his second to on a 15-Yard scamper with a double reverse. The kick failed but the knights still had a 22-6 Lead a halftime. Two More tallies the Home club added two More scores in the third period. Ken Schupp got the first one on a23-Yard pass from Cambra and Perez went 70 Yards on another double reverse play to wind up the Karlsruhe scoring. Passing and running attempts after the two final touchdowns scored twice in the fourth period. Bill Harris got onion a six Yard scamper and scar Ritt hit Mark Kipfer on a 44-Yardaerial for the final six Pointer. Perez gained 122 Yards personally while upping his scoring total to six ads in two and Mark Kipfer were offensive standouts for Brussels while Mark s Brothers Charles and David starred on defense. 9 1218 12 034 Karl Kilpatrick 13 pass from Perez Monroe pass from Cambra Karl Perez 15 run s. Schupp pass from k. Schupp Brus Friedman 2 run run failed Karl Perez 15 run kick failed Karl a. Lehupp 23 pass from Cambra pass failed Karl Perez to run run failed Brus Harris 6 run run failed Brus a. Kipfer 44 pass from Scarritt run failed Brussels 0 Karlsruhe 16 Mark of 2 06 set aug. 30 by John Ferris another californian. It was a fantastic perform Ance for the 17-year-old Spitz who swam against Only one other competitor West Ger Many s Werner Krammel who was far Back with 2 17.2. After saturday s record Effort Spitz had planned to sit sunday out. But on urging from his teammates he decided to try for a world Mark Over the longer distance. I like the Pool. It s fast. Idon t know Why Spitz grinned and said after his race refer ring to West Berlin s new Schoeneberg District Pool where the meet is being held. Asked if he had done anything special in training Spitz replied no. We be been fooling Haven t had a real workout. Yesterday before i made the 100meter record i spent three hours touring Berlin All of fast can he go eyes 2 04 plus i figure that in Good shape i la do 2 04 plus he was my last Effort Over a Long course 50 meters Pool unti next Spitz also holds the world rec Ord for the 110-Yard Butterfly. Bob Ousley fort Lauderdale Fla. Coach of the touring americans said that his swi Mingace was hurting a Little bit at the finish of his second record swim. The summaries men s events200-meter breaststroke1. Klaus birth West Germany 2 31.03. New West Ger Man record. 2. Dave Perkowski West Field new Jersey 2 33.19. 3. Gregor Beetz West Germany 2 41.17. 100-meter backstroke1. Larry bar Biere Philadelphia 1 01.87. 2. Klaus Schaeter West Germany 1 05.17. 3. Rudolf Frings West Germany 1 05.59. 200-meter butterfly1. Mark Spitz Santaclara calif., 2 05.7. New world record. 2. Werner Krammel West Germany 2 17.2 Only swimmers in event.400-meter Medley relay1. United states Barbiere Perkowski Spitz Stephen Rerych Paterson n.j.4 07.40. 2. West Germany 4 11.57. 3. West Berlin 4 21.03.200-meter medley1. David Johnson Wilmington del., 2 19.25. 2. Hans , West Germany 2 19.38. 3. Kram Mel West Germany 2 23.5. Women s events100-meter freestyle1. Janie Barkmann Philadelphia 1 00.31. 2. Sue Pederson Sacramento calif., 1 01.54. 3. Heide Reineck West Germany 1 04.08.100-meter butterfly1. Ellie Daniel Philadelphia 1 05.67. 2. Helga Langen Der West Germany 1 13.87. 3. Ileide Huhnholz West Germany 1 16.26.100-meter breaststroke1. Catle Ball Jacksonville Fla., 1 16.05. 2. Vreni Berle West Germany 1 22.84. 3. Marlies Eister West Germany 1 25.41.200-meter freestyle1. Debbie Meyer Sacramento calif., 2 13.88. 2. Brigitt Lochter West Germany 2 28.29. 3. Lang Enberg weat Germany 2 34.77.400-meter freestyle relay1, United states Barkmann Meyer Pokey Watson Santa Clara. Calif., pederson4 10.65. 2. West Germany 4 25.88. 3. West Berlin.4 39.19. Russia gamers reign Helsinki up the so Viet Union became european champions in basketball beating Czechoslovakia 89-77, in the finals Here sunday night. Frankfurt defense stifles raiders Frankfurt special the Frankfurt Eagle Forward Wall held the Kaiserslautern raiders to a minus five Yards Rushing and quarterback Bernie Smith accounted for two touchdowns As the eagles took an 18-0 win fro the raiders Here saturday in a High school Blue division foot Ball contest. The Frankfurt inside four con sisting of Charles Chapman and Bill House at guards and Mik Jernigan and Ron Causseaux at tackles were so effective that the visitors crossed the mid Stripe Only three times in the game and never penetrate deeper than the Eagle 35. Smith got the winners on the scoreboard in the first Quarter As he scampered for 10 Yard Sand the to to culminate a 51 Yard March that was featured by a 35-Yard pass play from Smith to Russ the second period the eagles took Over the Ball on the k-town32 and quickly went in for their second score on a 25-Yard pass from Smith to Dan raiders were forced to punt from their own four Yard line following the second half Kickoff and Ron Gilven grabbed the kick on the 35 and returned it for the final Eagle now stands 2-0 in Blue division play while Kaiserslautern is 0-1. Kaiserslautern 0 0 0 00 Frankfurt 6 6 6 018 Fra Smith 10 run kick failed Fra Robinson 25 pass from Smith run failed Fra Gilven 35 punt return pass failed

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