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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - October 15, 1967, Darmstadt, HesseSunday october 15, 1967 the stars and stripes Page 21 devils Alexander end bayonets9 winning Streak at 20 Augsburg Germany Spe Cial the 1st brigade devils struck for a pair of fourth Quarter touchdowns to beat the 2nd brigade 20-8, and end the bayonets 20-game winning Streak Here saturday in a 24th div con Ference game. The devils broke an 8-8 tie Early in the final stanza As Bob Alexander scored on a 20-Yardpass play from quarterback Glenn Wilkes. Alexander put the game on ice a few minutes later with a spectacular 70-Yard Pun return for another to. Led by the defensive work of260-Pound tackle Anthony Henson and linebackers Rhodell Mont Gomery and Stacey Johnson the devils blanked the bayonets inthe final half after having an 8-0 Lead wiped out just before inter Mission. Wilkes plunged Over from theone to Cap a 62-Yard drive for the devils in the first completed a 21-Yard pass to Albert Wells and a 15-Yardshot to Josh Jackson for the big gainers during the devils piled on Ralph Smith in the end zone for a safety in the second Quarter that upped the Lead to 8-0.the bayonets came Back with a 63-Yard drive with Jeff King scoring from the three. Baxter swept left end on the conversion run to tie it up. Wilkes completed six of 20passes for 02 of the devils total of 173 Yards in the game. The bayonets rolled up 184 Yards with Baxter hitting on 10 of 19aerials for 85 Yards. The Victory gave the 1st Bri Gade sole Possession of first place in the 24th div Loop witha 2-0 record. The bayonets Are now 1-1. 2nd brigade 0 8 0 08 1�t brigade 6 2 0 12 20 1st Brig Wilkes 1 run pass failed 1st Brig safety Smith tackled in end zone 2nd Brig King 3 run Baxter run 1st Brig Alexander 20 pass from Wilkes run failed 1st Brig Alexander 70 punt return pass failed football standings Safe Germany conference won lot tie Rhine main 6 0 0 Hahn 320wiesbaden 410 pan Dahlem 2 3 0sembach 2 3 0 Pitburg 140ramstein 0 5 0 saturday s re ulu Rhine main 42, Wiesbaden 13 Span Dahlem 14, Pitburg 0sembach 37, Ramstein 14 . Conference won Loit Tiebe Atwaters 4 0 0 upper Heyford. 3 1 0cnlcksands 2 2 0 London 2" 2 0alconbury .2 2 0 Wethers held. 2 2 0lakenheath 1 3 0 Mildenhall 0 4 0 saturday 50, Mildenhall upper Heyford 26, Alconbury 6chlcksands 13, Lakei Heath 0 Ben Waters 40, London 8 Usa eur 3rd army div conference won lost tied Iscom 6 0 0 2nd, brigade 3 2 0div arty 1 3 0 3rd brigade 0 4 01st brigade 2 2 0 saturday s results Iscom 33, 2nd brigade 8 Only game scheduled 24th div conference won oct tied1st brigade 2 0 0 2nd brigade 1 1 div arty 0 1 0 3rd brigade 0 1 0saturday s results let brigade 20, 2nd brigade 8only game scheduled Pitburg harriers take 5-Way meet Pitburg Germany special Pitburg took team honors Here saturday in a five team four mile Safe Germany Confer ence Cross country meet with12j� Points to runner up wies Baden s 15.allen Shouse of Pitburg was first across the finish line in 21minutes, 22 seconds. Then came William Shrader of Berlin in22 50 and Mike Wagner of wies Baden in 22 59. Rhine main and Ramstein were the other teams entered. 286 wins for Roberts East Lansing Mich. Up Robin Roberts one time Mich Igan state University Star won286 games in his major league career that spanned nearly 20years., interceptions turn second half tide unbeaten disco Wallops 2nd brigade 33-8 by Ralph Bennington staff write Frankfurt is pass interceptions proved the turn ing Point As disco chalked up 20 Points in the final Quarter her saturday to whip 2nd brigade 33-8, to remain undefeated in 3rdarmd div conference action with its fifth straight the action was packed into the second half As a chilled crowd of better than 2,000 watched the two clubs Knock Heads at the Edwards Cavern Field. Disco won the firs meeting 13-6, but was More convincing this time with a Stout defense and opportunistic Offens that cashed in on scoring opportunities in the second half of the loosely played contest. Fumbles and interception ruined any chances either club had of scoring in the first half and the chilled crowd had to be Content with a 0-0 halftime score Board. However things warmed up inthe last two periods As disco drove 73 Yards after taking the third Quarter Kickoff and never trailed the rest of the Mcclain disco s work horse halfback who scored 52points in four previous games carried the Ball five times during the drive for 41 Yards going the final 17 on a burst Over guar for the touchdown. He lost a shoe on the twisting driving run but still scored standing up then added the extra Point from placement to make it 7-0. Two plays later the disco club was Back on the scoreboard again thanks to defensive half Back David Britton. Rodger Ven Tus Ace runner for the 2nd Bri Gade club let the Ball pop out of his hands on the first running play at the 26 and Britton Nab Bing it on the run sprinted Downto the four. Willie Mason bucked Dodds Register Mitchell Pace Sembach Over Ramstein 37-14 Sembach Germany special the Sembach tigers scoring in every Quarter rolled to a 37-14triumph Over the wingless ram Stein rams in a Safe Ger Many conference contest Here Dodds threw three touch Down passes and Larry Register and Roy Mitchell scored twice each on aerials to Lead the tigers to their second Victory in five conference rams trailed 20-6 in route to their fifth straight set Back in league play. Dick Cox recovered a Fumble the Ramstein 43 Midway through the first Quarter to Star the tigers on the Way to their first to. Halfback Bill Manning passed 38 Yards to Register for the score. Jim stack who booted four extra Points and a Field goal for the tigers added his first Pat. The tigers made it 13-0 Lateran the first period As Dodds passed 10 Yards to Mitchell. Kings sign pair ship Mosdell to Memphis Guelph Canada a Eddie Joyal signed a three year contract wednesday with the Losangeles Kings of the National hockey Angeles also signed Bill Cowboy Flett who was drafted from Toronto and optioned Wayne Mosdell to Memphis of the Central league. Dodds came Back Early in the second period with a 37-Yard toss to Register for another booted a 20-Yard Field goal and Dan Dennison score Don a five Yard run in the third v. V to -. Bill Dodds. 3 to passes braves make Uecker coach Atlanta up the Atlanta braves have announced that Catcher Bob Uecker has been re leased to become a coach for the team. Period As the tigers upped their Lead to 30-6. Sembach s final to came in the fourth Quarter Ona pass from Dodds to Mitchell which covered nine rams scored in the Sec Ond period on a 40-Yard run by Willie Pennington. Elijah Gibson tallied on a plunge from the on for Ramstein in the fourth Quarter and Pennington ran Over the extra Points. Dodds completed seven of 10passes for 133 of the tigers 180 Yards through the air. They added 202 More on the ground while holding the rams to 174 Rushing and 97 passing. Ramstein 0 6 0 814 Sembach 13 7 10 737 sem stack sem railed sem stack Rani Bem sem ram sem kick Register 38 pass from Manning kick Mitchell 10 pass from Dodds kick Register 37 pass from Dodds kick Pennington 40 run kick failed Fig stack 20 Dennison 6 run stack kick Gibson 1 run Pennington run Mitchell 9 pass from Dodds stack knee injury sidelines Purdue tackle for year Lafayette ind. A second ranked Purdue University lost the services of regular defensive tackle Fred Rafa 227 Pound senior for the remainder of the season coach Jack Mollenkopf disclosed will undergo surgery tuesday for torn knee Liga ments. Pioneers trip Karons for Edifee Keg Pitburg Germany special unable to get anywhere with their usually potent passing game the Span Dahlem pioneers resorted to a solid ground attack Here saturday to whip Pitburg 14-0. In their Safe Germany conference Battle for the Eifel Barons quickly showed a Strong pass defense to Pioneer quarterback Paul Stein the sex air Force Academy Stein and halfback Joe Kemp and j. C. Miller countered with Strong running performances for the two touch Downs and the Victory. After a Short Baron punt inthe second Quarter the pioneers covered 40 Yards in nine running plays culminated by fullback Richard Brown s one Yard plunge for a 6-0 Lead. Kemp picked up 24 Yards in four carries during the drive. That was All the scoring until the fourth Quarter when the pioneers took Over on Downs a their own 49 and travelled the 51 Yards in seven plays again stick ing completely to the ground. Miller after gaining 14 Yards on the first play of the series capped the drive with a 17-Yard touchdown took a pitch out for the two extra Points and the 14-0final score. Pitburg had a 16-Yard touch Down pass from quarterback Don Spisak to halfback Bobb Mcnair nullified for holding late in the first half after the Barons had recovered a Spang Fumble on their own 41.the Barons reached the Pioneer 11 before surrendering the Ball on Downs in the fourth Quarter. Span Dahlem now 2-3 in con Ference play and 4-3 Over All gained 301 Yards on the ground and Only five Yards on passes As Stein completed just one of seven tries. Pitburg netted 115 Yards Rushing and 132 Yards passing while falling to 1-4 and 2-6. The two neighbouring air base shave made a football prize of the Eifel Keg since 1965. Spang re claims the Keg after winning it the first year and losing it in1966. Span Dahlem 0 b 0 814 Pitburg 0 0 0 00spangbrown 1 run kick ailed Spang Miller 17 run Kemp fun Over for the to. The extra Point running attempt failed but Dis com still had a Quick 13-0 2nd Brig bounced right Back to make it close with a 63-Yard touchdown March. A rough ing the passer penalty proved the turning Point and 2nd brigade pitching Ace Greg Croom Fireda 27-Yard to pass to John Kirk Patrick for the score. Croo then hit Leonard Williams with a two Point conversion pass Outin the Flat. Disco came Back to Mounta threat in the late stages of the third Quarter and beginning of the fourth while driving All the Way to the Iron brigade s fou before Roosevelt Crawford grabbed a Fumble by quarterback Jim Mollohan. A 14-Yard run by ventus andean eight Yard Croom to Williams pass got the Iron brigade away from the Wall momentarily with two first Downs out to the 35 be fore the roof fell in. Croom missed on two passes and then first Down Yards Rushing Yards passing returns passes punts fumbles los Yards penalized 2nd Brig 12 87 78 143 8-22-4 2-48 3 73 disco 14 202 133 127 8-19-2 2-43 0 130 gambled on fourth Down wit seven to go. Britton picked off the Flat toss and rambled 44yards to pay dirt with a turning Point to. Mcclain s kick made it 20-8. The 2nd brigade gambled again next time it got the Ball and set the stage for the disco pull away. Taking Over on the 2nd brigade 40 on another fourth Down Flop disco still needed 10 plays to score with penalties major Factor. Four offsides Calls and one foul assessment helped set the stage and John Hamilton bucked Over from theone for the to. Mcclain s kick hit the crossbar and was no Good. Disco s fourth interception paved the Way for the comple Tion of the rout. This time fran governale picked off a toss by sub quarterback Jim herring atthe 50 and returned it to the 12. A Fumble in turn lost 14yards before sub quarterback George Metzka hit Dennis Tay Lor on a 21-Yard scoring toss with an assist from a defender who juggled the Ball into Tay Lor s outstretched hands at the five. Mcclain was forced to try the extra Point from the 25 duet a penalty but still connected to wind up the and Mollohan both had rough Days in an expected passing Duel while Mcclain stole most of the spotlight with his Strong running. The 195-Pound halfback picked up 124 Yards on20 carries to account for More than half of disco s 202 Yard Rushing. 2nd brigade 0 0 8 08 disco 0 0 13 2033discmcclain 17 run Mcclain kick disc Mason 4 run run ailed 2nd Brig Kirkpatrick 27 pass from Croom Williams pass from Croom disc Britton 44 pass interception i Mcclain kick disc Hamilton 1 run kick failed disc Taylor 21 pass from a Uka Mcclain kick

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