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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - October 23, 1967, Darmstadt, HesseF Andoy october 23, 1967 the stars and stripes Page 19 Aba Roundup Hawks whip warriors stretch win Streak to 6 As Bridges Beaty Star St. Louis a the Streak ing St. Louis Hawks used a hot third Quarter and 27 Points byjoe Caldwell to whip san fran Cisco 115-110 in a National basketball association game Satur Day night. It was the sixth straight Victory for the unbeaten . Louis opened up As much As a 13-Point Lead in the third Quarter after leading by two Points at the half. Bill Bridges with 25 Points and Zelmo Beaty with 21 sparked the St. Louis attack. For san Francisco now 2-4 inthe Western division the top scorer was Jim King with 22,Nate Thurmond added 21. Cincinnati Dpi Oscar Robertson s Basket and a free throw by newly acquired Guy Rodgers in the final 11 seconds gave the Cincinnati royals a109-107 comeback Victory Over the Chicago bulls saturday s Layup put the Roy als ahead 108-107 and Rodgers Jarvis ads lift army Over Rutgers Young Breaks pass catching record canadians halt skein for Bruins Montreal a Rookie Serge Savard and Veteran Jean Beliveau scored key second period goals saturday night As the Montreal canadians whipped previously unbeaten Boston 4-2 and grabbed the Lead in the National hockey league s East division. Savard a poised Young de Senseman snapped a 1-1 tie Early in the Middle stanza and Beli Veau the canadians Captain drilled his fourth goal of the season with just one second to play in the Provost padded the picked up in a Trade with the bulls 24 hours earlier clinched it with a foul toss three second Slater. Happy Hairston paced the royals with 30 Points while Jerry Lucas picked off 32 re Bounds and scored 16 Points. Erwin Mueller shared scoring Hon ors for the bulls at 21 Points with Clem has Kins. Keith Erick son netted 20, including 11 in the final Quarter. The loss was the fifth in arow for the bulls who have yet to win. Baltimore a the Boston celtics broke a close game wide open with seven minutes to go in the third Quarter and went on to crush the Baltimore bullets saturday night 125-109 before a crowd of9,184. With the score 79-75, Bullet coach Gene Shue was charged with a technical after Yelling out to referee Bill Kunkle you re Boston Larry Siegfried made the tech Nical and Boston went on a scor ing tear in the next six minutes that decided the Jones who finished the game with 31 Points did most of the damage in that spurt. He hit two baskets and swiped three Bullet passes that set up celtic Siegfried was next highest in Points for the celtic with 26. Ray Scott led the bul lets with 27 Points. Philadelphia a the Philadelphia 76ers withstood Alast period Detroit rally and whipped the pistons 116-111, in National basketball association game saturday Greer was High for the 76ers, with 41 Points. He scored20 out of Philadelphia s 32 Points in the third Quarter to give the76ers the 19-Point Lead going into the last period. Overall Greer scored on eight out of 11 shots from the Field and was 4-for-4 West Point . A Charlie Jarvis army s 205 Pound Junior fullback score two first half touchdowns one on a 34-Yard pitch out As the cadets Defeated Rutgers Satur Day 14-3.the game was marked by the erasing of one of army s prize football records. End Terry Young caught a 20-Yard pass to raise his career total to 1,047 Yards eclipsing the Mark of 1,-044 set by Bill Carpenter the famous lonely end of 1957-59.Jarvis first touchdown the 34-yarder on a pitch out from Sophomore quarterback Roger Ledoux came after eight minutes of play and was set up first Down Rushing yardage passing yardage return yardage passes punts fumbles lost Yards penalized Rutgers army 10 130 92 80 15 212 64 8612-25-1 5-14-0 7-35 5-41 2 2 34 50 by an interception of Bruce Vanness pass on the army 30 by Dick Luecke. Luecke returned to the Rutgers 48 from where army punched to the 34. Rutgers came right Back scor ing a Field goal by Jim Dulin their great kicker from 32yards out after Sid Rhines re covered Jarvis Fumble on the army 23. Army put the game on ice in unbeaten hoosiers beat wolverines., 27-20, on touchdown Isenbarger Ann Arbor Mich. A Sophomore John Isenbarger who scored two touchdowns an passed for a third rammed one Yard for the deciding score with1 10 to play bringing unbeaten Indiana a 27-20 big ten Victory Over Michigan saturday. The hoosiers now 5-0 Over Alland 3-0 in the conference Are off to their Best Start in their 82-year football history. Indiana won its Only big ten title with a9-0-1 record in 1945. The hoosiers Harry Gons drove his team 80 Yards in 11 plays for the deciding touch Down after Michigan s Mike Hankwitz missed a 22-Yard Fiel goal attempt with four minutes to wolverines now 1-4 and Lead with a third period goal Ashe canadians broke a first place deadlock with the Bruins who had won three games and tied one in their first four starts. Pittsburgh a Ken Schinkel s three goals and Les Binkley s Brilliant goal tending led the Pittsburgh penguins to a surprising 4-2 Victory Over Chi Cago s defending National hockey league champions saturday night. Schinkel Batte from the foul Bing led the pistons with 28 Points and Jimmy Walker had 16. The pair scored de troit s last 18 Points. New York up Elgi Baylor and Archie Clark scored 25 Points each saturday night to Lead the los Angeles lakers to a 114-106 Victory Over the Newyork knickerbockers in a National basketball association in rebounds to lakers moved in front account for Pittsburgh s firs three goals and Binkley a 31 year old Rookie made 31 saves Many of them spectacular particularly in the third period. Twas Schinkel s first nil hat also was the first Victory for one of the nil s expansion teams Over an established club and jus the second Victory forthe penguins in six games. Chi Cago has lost All five starts. Minneapolis St. Paul a the Minnesota North stars celebrated their Home opener and dedication of their new Arena by beating califor Nia 3-1 saturday night for their first National hockey league Victory. Ray Cullen s third period shot from 30 feet out broke a 1-1 deadlock before a capacity crowd of 12,951. The attendance was the largest of the season for continued on Page 3sj for Good with a 15-Point spurt inthe third period to take a 76-68 Lead and they put the Gam away with a 14-3 tear Midway in the final counts contributed 22 Points for coming off the the lakers after Bench Start of the second at Reed of the kicks led All scorers with 30 Points and Fred Crawford added 18. Bulldogs slam Over matched key dets 56-6 Athens a. A full backs Ronnie Jenkins and Brad Johnson each scored twice sat urday to Lead eighth ranked Georgia to a 56-6 football Victory Over the Over matched Vii key dets who were held to a minus49 Yards Rushing by the Brawny bulldog defenders. Third team fullback Rusty Epperson also scored for geor Gia which boosted its season record to 4-1 in the mismatch in which the bulldogs rolled up their highest Point total since 1958.the key dets avoided a shut out in the third Quarter when quarterback Russ Quay tossed a Short pass to end John Hinc and the lanky end turned the catch into a 73-Yard touchdown play. That was the Only time Vii Ever got into Georgia territory As the bulldogs repeatedly threw Quay for losses when the Stocky Sophomore tried to pass. 0-2 in the big ten knotted the score at 20-20 with eight minutes to play on a one Yard plunge Byron Johnson. Indiana jumped to a 14-0 Leadin the first Quarter scoring twice within a three minute Span and led 20-0 before Michi Gan began its comeback. Isenbarger raced 26 Yard with the first to capping a 77 Yard drive. Michigan s Johnson fumbled at his own 34 and gon so moved his team in for another score in five plays hitting end Eric Stolberg with an eight Yard pass for the score. Another Michigan Fumble this one at the Wolverine 41, set up the third score a 41-Yard Pas from Isenbarger to Jade Butch Dennis Brown who scored twice for Michigan scored on a three Yard run just before the end of the half to Capa nine play 47-Yard drive. His second to came in the third Quarter cutting the Hoo Siers margin to six Points. Terry Young. 1,047 career Yards the second period after a Fiel goal attempt by Nick Kurilko was downed on the Rutgers two and Rutgers Quick kicked out to the 21. From there the cadets pounded to the seven and then Jarvis drove Over right guar for the touchdown. Wyoming rips Wichita state Laramie Wyo. A thelot ranked Wyoming cowboys swept to their sixth Victory of the year without a defeat in beating Wichita state 30-7 in Axinte sectional football game saturday. Wichita state stunned the cowboys and the partisan Homecoming crowd of 18,000early in the first Quarter hold ing Wyoming to no gain on it first series then scoring a touchdown on the wheal Shock ers first play of the game. Jerry Depoyster scored firs for the cowboys kicking a 25 Yard Field finally started a scoring drive in the second Quarter less than two minutes before the half. The Cowboy covered 89 Yards in nine plays with quarterback Paul Toscan figuring in every play. Falcons upset Tulane 13-i05 with late Fps new Orleans up Dennis Leuthauser who minutes before had kicked a Field goal Totie the game booted a 30-Yard Field goal with 23 second remaining to give the air Force Academy a 13-10 Victory Over Tulane saturday night. Leuthauser a Sophomore full Back kicked a 31-Yard Field goal with four minutes left in the air Force Tulane first Down Rushing yardage passing yardage return yardage passes punt fumbles lost Yards penalized 18217 74105 5-11-2 5-31 1 61 14 139 64 80 7-13-1 5-43 2 30 Ellis captures baseball players Golf Palm Springs Calif. A Cincinnati re leg Pitcher Sam Ellis won the seventh annual baseball players celebrity Golf tournament saturday with a 78on Canyon country club course for a 72-Hole total of 302.jimmy Davenport of the san Francisco giants finished second with 303 on a final round 79. Ron fairly of the los Angeles dodgers the Leader after Fri Day s play shot 82 on saturday for a total of 304 and third Hiatt of the giants was fourth at 307 and Ken Harrel son of Boston was fifth with 308. Peanuts Lowery of the giants carded 280 in winning the flight for managers and Crowell los Angeles builder captured the members title with 280.lowery and Crowell tied for tourney Low score Mauch of Philadelphia was second among managers an coaches with 310 and Bill Rig of los Angeles Angels was third with 311. Mickey Rooney won the flight for show business celebrities with 352. Game to tie the contest at 10-10.air Force then stopped the Tulane attack and forced aunt. The Falcons went on a 27 Yard March sparked by Steve Turner s two 10-Yard pass completions to set up the winning Field Falcons scored first in the second Quarter on a 82-Yarddrive climaxed by a 26-Yard pass from Turner to Carl Jans Green wave a touchdown favorite tied the game at 7-7 inthe third Quarter when Chick Loftin plunged through the Middle of the air Force line for one Yard and a grabbed the Lead Early in the fourth period on a 19-Yard Field goal by Ewe win gave air Force its second straight Victory and a 2-3 record for the season. It was Tulane s fourth loss in five outings and its third in a Row. Air Force 0 1 � a Tulane 0 7 3-10 of Janssen 26 pass from Turner leu Oia user kick tul Loftin 1 run Pontius Luck tul Fig Pontius 19affg Leuthauser 21 of Fig Leuthauser 30 attendance 20,315

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