Pacific Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Jan 31 1967, Page 18

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Pacific Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - January 31, 1967, Tokyo, JapanHawaii smashes Japan in Pacific Cage finale by sgt. Jim Warners a sports writers Kiran Okinawa Hawaii s ,.with Terry Dischinger rippling in 29 Points in the 22 minutes he played smashed the . Army Japan Ramblers 102-65 at Stilwell fieldhouse Here sunday night to wind up the 1967 . Army Pacific basketball tournament with a perfect3-0 record. In the first game of the final night s doubleheader the High scoring eighth . Army All stars from Korea took second place in the four team single round Robin meet by blasting the Host Okinawa rangers 105-79. The red Landers had sewed up the usar Pac title saturday night by outlasting the Korea All stars 109-103 in a tense double overtime Battle in which Dischinger Seta new tourney record with a 48-Point performance., Dischinger played 15 minutes of the first half sunday night scor ing 19 Points and tallied 12 Morein the first seven minutes of the second half. He then pulled his entire first unit and let the Bench finish out the game and the crowd of nearly 4,000 started leaving the fieldhouse. The former Purdue University All America and National Basket Ball Assn. Star fired in 112 Point sin the three contests for a 37.3 average which is also believed Tobe a usar Pac record. Hawaii took a 2-0 Lead on a bucket by Art Oliver and that was the beginning of the end for the hapless Japan Ramblers who Fin Alcindor shines in rout continued from Page 18 Niemann the game s High scorer with 19 Points Sank two free throws for St. Louis with two seconds left to hand Cincinnat its third conference defeat. Louisville which has lost Only once in Mac play blew Bradley off the court with its fast break ing attack. Westley Unseld the cardinals 6-8 Pivot scored 23 Points grabbed 20 rebounds stole the Ball twice and blocked seven shots while soph Whiz Butch Beard clipped in with 20 Points. North Carolina playing its first game in two weeks toyed with Virginia the last place team inthe Atlantic coast conference which the tar heels Rule. Larry Miller scored 24 Points in the first half As Carolina raced to a 50-31 bulge and added 14 in the second half. Joe Heiser scored 24 Points to Pace Princeton which led by As Many As 19 Points in the second half before Penn made a closing Rush that fell Short. The tigers who led 32-19 at intermission now Are 14-1. Vandy spotted Mississippi state a 13-2 Lead in the first four min utes of the game rallied to Trail 30-29 at halftime and overhauled the bulldogs in the second half behind a balanced attack. Center Kenny Gibbs scored 15 of his 17 Points in the second half for the commodores. Tony Massiello Sank an eight foot jump shot with two seconds remaining to give Canisius a 75 73 upset Over 12th-ranked s . While Lith ranked Providence needed a 40-Point Effort from All America Jimmy Walker to Edge Seton Hall 91-87 in overtime. Else there Tennessee tripped Mississippi 62-49, Kentucky clobbered Louisiana state 102 72, Florida flipped Alabama 84 74, Syracuse swamped holy Cross 91-81, Dayton dropped Miami Ohio 71-55, Utah state nipped Utah 62-61 and Tulsa topped Wichita 68-61. Maj. Gen. Bruce e. Kendall Deputy command ing general us Aryis and in corps presents the usar Pac basketball tournament trophy to the Hawaii red Landers who won three straight games. Carl Stafford holds the award while Terry Dischinger 43voted the tourney s most valuable player and teammates look on at Okinawa Stilwell fieldhouse. Is cookie threatens to sue dolphins Miami a the Miami her Ald said fullback cookie Gilchrist is preparing to sue the Miami dolphins of the american football league for breach of contract. The paper quoted Gilchrist assaying at his Home in Toronto that he has received nothing from a fringe Benefit clause in his con tract. This Calls for a $200 weekly so called personal service income during the off season. Joe Robbie of the dolphins misquoted As saying there is a Dif Ference Over interpretation of the contract and he does t intend to pay what he says amounts to unemployment compensation. Shed last with three losses and341 Points scored against them. The red Landers with Dischinger popping shots from inside and out built up a 10-Point Lead at the mid Way Mark of the first half and widened the Gap to 21 Points at49-28 by intermission. The second unit paced by Norm Klinker and Bill Caldwell took Over in the second half and rang up 31 Points in the final 10 min utes. Four other red Landers scored in double figures with Klin Ker getting 12, John Fridley notch ing 11 and Caldwell and Oliver connecting for 10 apiece. Issac Roberts came off the Bench to tally up 22 Points for thew inless Ramblers most of them coming on Long jump shots. Little Lyn Pettie scored 17 and Sam Mcneil added 11. The biggest Surprise or disappointment of the night was lanky John Hollingsworth who was unable to score a Point in the 24 minutes he played. Hollingsworth last year was the crowd please of the usar Pac classic scoring 92 Points in three games and set ting the old record of 39 Points which was broken by Dischinger saturday. The big and fast Korea All stars broke open a close Battle late in the first half and went on to crush the Okinawa rangers in the Battle for second place honors. In the final five minutes they outscored the rangers 25-6 and left the floor at intermission witha 44-34 Lead. With their patented full court press and a blazing fast break theall stars quickly put the game out of reach in the first four min utes of the second half. They moved out to a 25-Point Lead at the Midway Mark of the half and made it stand the rest of the Way. John Gausepohl and Leon mar con shared scoring honors for Korea with 17 Points each As five All stars hit in double figures. Foster Thomas who poured in 36 against Hawaii saturday night chipped in with 15 Dan Warnberg contributed 14 and Tom Quastad 11. Sokiran Okinawa is former professional Terry Dis Chinger of the Hawaii Redlan Ders was the unanimous Choice for the most valuable player award in the 1967 . Army Pacific basketball tournament which ended Here sunday night. The sex Purdue University All America was voted the award by sports writers and usar Pac officials. The playing coach of the red Landers scored 112 Points in three games for a 37.3 averages Hawaii swept through the three Day single round Robin meet undefeated. But the rangers Jim Potter took game honors on a sparkling 31-Point performance hitting on 14 shots six in a Row during one Hawaii s Terry Dischinger 43 is crowded out but not for spree from the floor and sinking very Long by Usalj Ramblers Flanory Billingslea 34 and John a11 three of his Charity throws. Mccarty 31. Dischinger scored 29 Points in the 22 minutes he played As the red Landers beat Japan s Ramblers 102-65 in the tourney finale. Is Palm Beach gardens Fla. A slamming Sam Snead won the pea seniors Golf tournament for the third time in four years Here. Sunday. The 54-year-old Snead shot six under Par 66 in the final round for a 72-Hole total of 279 and an unprecedented nine stroke Vic tory. Snead started the last 18 holes with a three stroke Lead Over the Field. But he pulled away with birdies on four of the first six holes. He finished the Day with eight birdies eight pars an two bogeys. The Victory earned Snead a$3,500 Cash prize and an All expense paid trip to England in july when he will play for the world seniors title. Former pea Champion Bob Hamilton posted a final round 70 and finished second with a 288 total. Defending Champion Fred die Haas was third at 290. Carl Coffey tallied 12 and John Bramlett pushed in 11 the 31 pints gave Potter a total of 64 in three games fifth Best in the tourney behind Dischinger and Korea s Foster Thomas who wound up with 77. Immediately following the final game maj. Gen. Bruce e. Ken Dall Deputy commanding general of us Aryis presented watches to members of the Champion Andrunn rup squads and team trophies to the coaches of the two squads. The four coaches and usar Pac representative Bob Lueders were to meet monday to select players to attend the All army tryouts at the Presidio in san Francisco feb. 6 through March 5. I Cage scores continued from Page 18 Doane 89 Park to 78 neb. Wesleyan 94 Concordia neb 78westmar 79 Midland 73 Chadron 111 Kearney 73 okla. City 133 Hawaii 85 Tulsa 68 f Wichita 61 Southwest Western 85 Brig Ham Young 76 Arkansas 61drake 77 Ark. Coll. 62tenn. Martin 71 Jackson St. 98wiley 67 Prairie View 83tex. Wesleyan 76 Texas tech 66e. Tex. Baptist 81 Texas a i 60 79 thu 78north Texas Ark. Tech 84st. Coll. Ark. 96 Ark. Am a 103 Southern u. 113 Grambling 86arlington St. 81, Baylor 71tex. Lutheran 86 Howard Payne 69lamar tech 97 so Texas 71s.f. Austin 99 Sam Houston 71southwestern 87 Alcorn am 96bishop 114 Corpus Christi 85sul Ross 65 Mcmurray 83e. Tex. St. 62 Houston Bapt. 64tex. Southern 85 Phil. Smith 100 Oregon 56utah St. 62 Colo. St. Coll. 82adams St. 89 air Force 70ft. Lewis 93 Coll. Of Santa fes Eattle 93 Washington 81california 80 Pacific 99cal. Aggie 63 Loyola Cal 97cmco St. 57 West Oregon St. 55. Utah 61southern Colo. 78 . Highlands 88.wyoming 66 Western St. 8898 Reg is 84 Montana St. 73 Houston 78 Santa Clara 77japmi nationals 60 san fran. St. 62san Jose St. 79 Hayard St. 43pasadena 96 Cal. Poly Pomona 77 Southern Utah 88 Fresno Pacific 67washington St. 73 Idaho 60 Cal. Western so Weber St. 88 Southern Cal. 74portland 97 Valley St. 93chapman 86 Whittier 101san Diego 94 Lini held 110eastern Ore. 89 Southern Ore. 98oregon Coll. 85 Rocky it. 8115a.St.ern Mont. 88 san Diego St. 95lewis & Clark 79 Portland St. 95western Wash. G8 Pac. Lutheran 80central Wash. Cal. Lutheran 71idaho St. 67 Santa Barb. 63redlands 74 Long Beach St. 80fullerton 78 Cal. Tech 59pepyerdine 85 Pacific 87george Fox 69 Cascade 74oregon 69 Northern Mont. 74western Mont. 58 Cal. St. . 72williamette 71 Montana 82puget sound 57 Idaho Coll. 54eastern Wash. 70 tournaments Hawker classic at Rome a final Shorter 83 William Carey 64 3d place Milligan 59 a. Southwestern 57 Mai one tournament at Canton Ohio final g Oshen 82 Malone 77 3d place Spring Arbor 98 Messiah 62 Monroe county tourney Consolation Brockport St. 76 John Fisher 62 leu official Dies new Orleans la. A the athletic director at Louisiana state Jim Corbett 47, died Sun Day of a heart attack. Corbe twas athletic director at leu since 1955. Pacific stars & stripes 9tuesday, Jan. 31, 1967

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