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Pacific Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - February 6, 1967, Tokyo, JapanDartmouth freeze stuns no. 6 tigers 30-16 compiled from wire services Friday night East. Penn 76 " Harvard 56cornell 80 Yale 73 Princeton 39 Dartmouth 16pace 96 Southeast u. 68 Brown 90 Columbia 88delaware. 71 Drexel 52 to Oli Stev tech 78 Wayne st 76northr-Astem 84 . Post 79 Adelphia 72 st. Anselm s 69i-Iobart 104 Utica 88 Villanova 62 st. Peter s 48siena 110 Portland st. 99 Bantley 102 Portland 77norwich 85 Colby 71 Salem st. 70. New Haven. Coll 66oakland City 97 Harris chrs. 86 Siena 110 Cortland st. 99stony Brook 92 Oneonta 84r Plattsburgh st. 97 Fredonia 58erie county tech 104 Ryerson 70 Springfield 87 60al.-Broadckis 93 Bluefield st. 86 Southw. & Lee 77 st Andrew s 26 Florida 127 Allen 89tftnu. Wesleyan 86 a Southern 75 Citadel 73 Vii 70asheville 8 Maryville 76 Stillman 123 p. Smith 106h.-Sydney, 121 e. Mennonite 76 a. Southwestern 68 so. Baptist. 59morchousp 94 Morris Brown 89 Potomac st. 90 Essex 76e. Baptist 79 Bowie str 61 . 89 . Wesley an 72valdosta st. 82 w. Georgia 74 Midwest by United press International Princeton came in from the cold Only to be greeted by a freeze. The sixth r a n k e d tigers numbed by sub freezing tempera Tures in the new Jersey area found Little warmth in the con fines of cozy Dillon gymnasium Friday night As undermanned and outclassed Dartmouth went deep freeze designed to keep the score respectable. The indians accomplished their goal to the dismay of the 3,000 partisan Princeton fans but nevertheless went Down to a 30 16 defeat when the Well disciplined tigers refused to come out and foul them in an attempt to gain Possession of the Ball. Princeton w h i c h annihilate Dartmouth 116-42 last month at Hanover n.h., managed to take 16-8 half time Lead. The indians gained control of the second half tap and controlled the Ball for seven full minutes before John Harlow of Princeton intercepted pass to a thunderous ovation. The game was the Only one on the skimpy National schedule involving a member of the unite press International top 10. De Hummer and Joe Reise Rof Princeton shared scoring honors with seven Points tigers Only accounted for six Field goals to five for Dartmouth but the tigers Sank 18 of 23 from the free throw line while Dart Mouth converted Only six of 10. Princeton returns to action saturday night against another Ivy league weak sister tigers 6-0 in the conference and 16-1 Overall retained their one game Lead Over runner up Cornell which whipped Yale 80-73. Second ranked North Carolin hosts Maryland in. The tar heels first game in a week while third ranked Louisville has the Opportunity to Knock Cincinnati completely out of Missouri Valley conference Contention. Tulsa Nerup in the Mac to Louisville gets a Chance to further deflate fourth ranked Texas Western. Kansas Vanderbilt and West Ern Kentucky ranked seventh through ninth respectively Al have difficult Road assignments. Kansas is at Iowa state Vander bilt visits Florida and Middle Tennessee state hosts Western Kentucky. Cornell avenged its Only Ivy defeat and increased its league Mark to 5-1 and Overall record to 13-3 by beating Yale., Sopho More Hank South and Walt Esdaile combined for 44 Points in handing Yale its second Confer ence setback. Villanova disappointed the largest collegiate crowd in new Jersey history5,441by stalling st. Peter s fast break and pin Ning the second defeat of the year on the peacocks 02-48. St. Peter s entered the Gam with the nation s top Field goal percentage but managed to hit Only 16 of 47 from the floor against the wildcats impenetrable zone defense. Stanford out muscled Denver 66-58 in a game marred by 58 per Sonal fouls including a technical on Pioneer coach Troy Bledsoe. Four players fouled out including three Denver starters. Stan Ford leading 51-50 with eight minutes left scored six straight Points to break open the bruising contest. California out rebounded handout shot by the smaller air Force cadets rallied to score at 59-55victory. Stu Watterson tip in in the final minute broke a 55-55deadlock and sent the bears to their 10th Victory in 15 games Cliff Parsons of the air Force led All scorers with 25 Points. Washburn 78hipoil 80 a. Dakota st. 88goncbi Dia 311. 83 e. Illinois 82coe 67 Beloit 70knox 77 ". N. Illinois 94 Grenville -11.1okla Chr. 97sions Falls 87 Doatie 89, 111. Wesleyan 106 Cartridge -57c. Methodist 61 we. Jewell 82chadron 80 st. Mary s Plain s 70monmouth 79 augustan 62elmhurst 75. Ferris st. 65st. Olaf 62 Carleton 55, Lawrence 67 Oshkosh 66principia 86 evangel 75dana 68 Colo. College 73rock Island 83 North Central 55tarkio 59 Westminster 68hastings 72 Lake Superior st. 94 Laurentian 78upper Iowa 94 Luther 102wartburg 84. We. 97ernppria .80 Central 66buena Vista 76 Simpson 73dubuque 69 Baker 70concbrdia neb 78 West mar. 76 Defiance 99 apr. Harbor 89n. Mich. U. 97 calvhv76. Southwest okla. Central --49 so okla. -93okla. Baptist 76 be okla. 70.weber st. 78 East. N. Mex. 97houston Bapt. 70 Austin Coll. 80pan american 81 st. Edward s 68 Phillips it. 46nw okla. 7ft Langston 72se okla. 67 n. Arizona 76west. N. Mex. .65 Leturneau 71tarleton st. 72 Cor. Christi 55st. Thomas 63 far West Santa be 65 it. Lewis 59 Colo. St. Coll. 122 Colo. Mines 108e. Oregon 100 s. Oregon 87 st. Marin s 84 Alaska 73whitworlh 91 East. Wash. 75 Stanford 66 Denver 58california 59 air force55 Idaho st. 7 Seattle 76u. Pacific 67 Loyola 62 san Francisco 71 san Jose st. 60pepperdine 87 st. Mary s 72 Santa Clara 94 Santa Barbara 79fresno st. 108 Fullerton 65 san Diego u. 69 . State 64irvine 96 san Fern. St. 76 Cal poly to 80 l. Beach st. 75nev. Southern 68 s. Diego st. 62 . State 104 Sonoma st. 75haward st. 66 Humboldt st. 62 Cal. Aggie 69 Nevada 51sacramento st. 99 Chico st. 81 Pac. Lutheran 89 Willamette 63c. Wash. 68 puget sound 42 Redlands 90 san Diego 47pasadena 69 Chapman 64 Ida. Coll. L. & Clark 64whitman 73 Pacific 6& Ore. Tech 82 g. Fox 47northwest Nax. 83 Cascade 70 club Calls Mays Best of Century Atlanta a. Athe braves Century club was to Honor Willie Mays in Atlanta sunday a baseball player of the Century. Several other baseball players Are to be honoured. Los Angeles dodgers Relief Pitcher Phil Reagan will get a trophy As the comeback player of the year. Phil won 14 and lost one game last year. Manager Wal Alston of the dodgers will be Forir ored As the manager of the year. Mustangs hire coach Chicago up the chicag Mustangs of the North american soccer league announced their head coach is George Meyer a valuable prize for the map Green Bay Packer s quarterback Bart Starr lays a Loving hand on the 1967 sports car lie was presented in new York saturday for being chosen the most valuable player in last month s super bowl win against the Kansas City chiefs. Starr who says he once worked As a car Washer does t think hell have any trouble keeping his Beauty clean. The car was Given by sport Magazine. Up radio photo ski jump Leavenworth Wash up winds of 40 . And temperatures in the 40ssaturday caused a one Day postponement of the nation Al ski jumping Champion ships. The Outlook for the International championship sunday was unsure. Officials said if the wind drops the meet could be held. A wet Snow is Best for jumping. With a Field of stars from Scandinavia to Japan including world record Holder Bjornt Wir Kola ready to compete officials hoped to get things going Early sunday. Workers brought in Snow in Apple boxes to pack the j u m p area but the wind and warm temperature melted it nearly As fast As it could be packed Down. The freezing level was about 8,000 feet Way above the Altitude of the jump area. Pirkola of Norway and his countryman Chris Selbeck and Finland s Paavo Henrik Lukkari Niemi Are the scandinavian stars. Takashi Fujisawa and Kimo Saito Are the japanese stars. Pirkola is favored to break the Hill record Here of 324 feet. Cass us says a ice s too Good for Ernie continued Oil Page 19, col. 2 take All the Money. Meanwhile Spencer and Chu Valo also paid training Camp visits to , 23, is rated by sonic As no. 3 among already has been beaten by Terrell Clay and Floyd Pat Terson. After sparring Clay shouted Tochu Valo i want you bad. When i retire i Don t want it said that anybody stood up to me for 15 Clay decision de him Over 15 rounds Cuvalo told him Don t worry about me. You d better worry about monday night. You d Bette take care of Terrell Clay hit the big bag with a left Hook pointed a Glove at Cuvalo and said i wish that bag was your As for monday night s fight Clay will go into the ring with a 27-0 record including 22 Knock outs. It will be his eighth defense of his , 27, was recognized As heavyweight Champ by the world boxing Assn. After beating Eddie Machen in Chicago last Aba had withdrawn its recognition of Clay As titleholder because of a conflict in a return bout with Sonny listen. Terrell has a 39-4 record since1957 and has knocked out 18 men. Clay wound up the hard work of his training Friday and announced that Terrell is in for alot trouble when the two meet in the Astrodome. Angelo Dundee Clay s Trainer said Clay would have a Little Road work and two sparring session saturday. That will wind it up and we won t have anything Clay worked three rounds Fri Day with spar mate Jimmy Ellis and got pushed through the ropes out of the ring. He pulled himself Back into the ring apparently unharmed however. Terrell who is scheduled to spa saturday also went two rounds with slim Jim Robinson and an other with Eddie Brooks. He barely used his right Handin the first round with Robinson but continually jabbed with his left. He threw several rights in the second round however Roseboro oks terms los Angeles a Vetera Catcher John Roseboro saturday signed with the los Angele dodgers for 1967. Roseboro played a career High of 142 games last season and hit .276his second Best average inline years with the National league terms of Roseboro s 1967 contract were announced. His signing brought 14 players into the dodger fold including five pitch ers who signed last week. The pitchers Are Don Sutton Joe Moeller Dick Camus Mike Price and Leon Everitt. Sutton was 12-12 with the dodgers in 1966his Rookie j ear punches to the head and , the consensus Champion has concentrated mostly on de sense since he began training Here three weeks ago. Terrell has no let up on his spar mates since he arrived. Clay is a heavy favorite to successfully defend his share of the title for the eighth time but at least one fight Veteran feels it will not be Over quickly. I feel it will go 12 rounds Andi would t be surprised if it went 15," said Earl Gilliam head of Texas boxing enterprises which promoted Clay s last fight wit Williams. For the first time Clay will Beup against a physically bigger opponent when he takes on the6-foot 5-Inch Terrell. Don t make the mistake of underestimating Terrell Gilliam said. After All he has t lost fight in four years and he s a Tough Man to this did t seem to bother Clay. Pacific stars & stripes 19monday, feb. 6, 1967

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