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U.S. Seeks to Head Off - Red Bank Register Archive

U.S. Seeks to Head Off - Red Bank Register Archive

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Tigers, Scarlet Knights Will Call It a Season Saturday By.THE ASSOCIATED. PRESS,ner will claim that position, pro- rebound — Dartmouth suffered a start Bill Koenig, his sophomore their beating by Yale carried Lease. The Princeton staff rates and blocking back Bob Schoenewhich was officially presented in Princeton and Rutgers, two vided champion Yale beats Har last-minute defeat at the hands signal-caller. in the Columbia game, Davis virtually on a par with — have beenMnjiSred. 11965 and has stayed on the Colfootball .teams with something to vard, which can tie the Prince- of Cornell a week ago — and Ryzewicz is hardly a great which they just managed to wiii. Harvard's Don Chiofaro, gener- Rutgers will suffer .a bit more gate campus ever since, prove, close out the 1967 eeason ton-Oartmouth winner for runner both can put points on the score- passer but Ivy coaches, and Col- And last week they lost to Corally conceded to be the Ivy through graduation. The Scarlet; Bateman is hoping the breakj Saturday with home games up spot by upsetting Yale. in particular, stand in awe nell after it appeared they had League's best linebacker. Knights lose tight end Jim Hig-'grj his way for a change. against Dartmouth and Colgate, "I don't think it will be diffi respec lively, "This Dartmouth team was.on of his outside running ability. the game won. Capt. Lee Hitchncr, Prince- center Tom Vitolo, wing--" "We were thin to start with," vci/i. ut^ iijiv~ cult getting the boys up for this the verge of becoming a really Besides, Blackman has been "But they always play their "I can sense that the team is game," said Colman, "even great team before they lost to threatening such a move all tea best against us and I know ready for a big effort after our though Yale eliminated us from Yale, 56-15, three weeks ago," re- letdown against Yale," says the Ivy League race. For some ported Princeton's Bob Pflug, Princeton's Dick Colman. reason, we never seem to play who has scouted the Indians all "We haven't beaten Colgate well against Dartmouth and we'd season. "They fee] that a great iince 1962," notes Rutgers' John like to put an end to that Bateman, "and we can hardly Frankly, though, I'd rather play remember what it's like. None Dartmouth any time — spring of our players ever has -partici- summer, winter or fall — as long pated in a win over them and as we don't have to play them I'm sure, despite our 3-5 record, after Yale. I don't want to play that they're going to be giving anybody after Yale." Jt all they've got." Dartmouth wrapped up Ivy This is the first time since the championships at Palmer Sta Ivy League was formalized in dium in 1958 and 1962 and the 1956 that a Princeton-Dartmouth 1963 finale saw the Big Green game this late in ttie season has eke out a 22-21 victory to tie not had title significance. In all Princeton for the title. Two other years when the two team* years ago, Dartmouth snapped met in late November, one or the Tigers' 17-game victory the other — or both — had had string, 28-14, and concluded an •omething it stake, unbeaten campaign. The only thing «t stake this; Both teams have 6-2 over-al time is second place. The win- records. Both teams are on the J i 1J *"t*''* lw J ^' '^i , . . - ton's crack middle guard prob-! bacl( Jim Baker, fullback Don he said, "and have had injuries „ - - ..--..-. -„ .._ -.. - - ably will make only a token ap-| Ripsflt . defensive end Scott week after week. Our offensive son and the season ends Satur-jBlackman will have them keyedjnearance j-ie injured a knee twop- ewendoI >. linebacker Boh Hig-line is the only area which haj day. J — I '— up to •- a - great -«—*,. effort." I -s ago. ' But .. tackle . . J. Bruce lj,JnS| atl(j defensive backs Jack remained healthy and now Pete "Hie way they started out this Besides Ryzewicz and Koenig, I Eckman, weeks the Tigers' best often- Prigger .... and Sid Rhines. Other'savino, our split end, is i( out with season they appeared to be a the Dartmouth backs are half- sive lineman, and guard Joe seniors are piacekickor Jim Du-a shoulder separation. Dartmouth team has to be an ex- tremendously strong team," Colbacks Steve Luxford, Bob Mlak- backup quarterback Mike On the positive side, quarterplosive one and they haven't hadlman said. "Something happenedler and Bill Donovan and fullback Greaves and Joe Urbanick, aiback Bruce Van Ness will b» that explosivenes6 during the last'to them in the last quarter Dave Boyle. The offensive line' Senior starters include Hitch-'m' few games. against Harvard after they blew is not very big but has a couple In order to regain it, Colman a 2O-0 lead and just barely won, of top-flight operatives in tackle fully expects Coach Bob Black- 23-21, on a last-minute field goal. Hank Paulson and guard Skip man to move the speedy and Yale Loss 'Shocker' Small. slippery Gen Ryzewjcz from "Since then they haven't been The defense is anchored by quarterback to halfback*, and the 6ame team. The shock ofilinebackers Norm Davis and Rick ddle E uard who vvas Freschi should be ready to go,' at full speed. injured,starting his fourth game at that ner, tailback Bob Weber, defen- ^ the opening game and has position and tailback Bryant sive end Charley Baby, line- rot played since. Mitchell is in form after a back backer Craig Stone and defen-i Rutgers and Colgate, which has|injury. Mitchell gained 142 yards sive backs Bruce Wayne andja disappointing 2-7 mark, wilHa week ago against Holy Cross Dick Sherlock. Two other start-'re playing for possession of thejincluuing a 62-yard toucnaown ers — offensive end Steve Piercd'Colgate-Rutgers Alumni Cup,"lgallop. Sonics Gobble Up Overstuffed Celtics By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS new team won for the fourth The biggest turkey on Thanks- time in the last five outings giving Day proved quite & Ehock. Bailey Howell had 22 and John It turned out to be the Boston Havlicek 21 for Boston. Celtics, who played like Uiey ate Philadelphia, taking advantag too much. of the rout, pulled within one The expansion Seattle Super- game of the Eastern Division Sonics left the Celtics sitting at leading Celtics by shooting Into the table Thursday night as they, an 89-64 lead and then holding mauled Boston 133-106 in the firsl off a Rocket rally that cut the game of a National Basketball gap to 107-102. Association doubleheader in Phila- Wilt Chamberlain, smarting delphia. from criticism of his poor scor- Philadelphia, after watching (he ing, hit a season high of 31 points •laughter, stayed hungry long for the 76ers, who broke a two- enough to dispose of San Diego, game losing streak. John Block the other expansion team, 128- had 24 for San Diego, which lost 117 in tiie second game. its fourth itraight. Knlcki Digested The Bulls trailed 50-44 at the In the other two games, the half, but Barry Clemens' three- Chicago Bulls pulled out a 106 point play tied the score at 82 96 victory over the New York and seconds later he put Chicago Knickerbockers in Milwaukee, ahead to stay. Keith Erickson, Wis., and Los Angeles whipped who scored 22 of hit 33 points Detroit 132-120 In Los Angeles. In in the last hair, helped keep the the ABA,'Minnesota beat Pitts- Knicks back. burgh 101-75. and Anaheim de- Dick Barnett led New York with feated Oakland 107-95. 26 points as a crowd of 5,043 Boston, playing like fat cats, watched the first NBA regula watched along with an unbeliev- season game in Milwaukee since ing crowd as Seattle ran off 15 the Hawks moved to St. Louis in itralght points In the first quarter 1955. for a 25-8 lead. It got still worse L03 Angeles raced to a 91-75 for the Celtics as the score lead, but had to fight off the climbed to 75-31 at the half and Pistons with eight quick points the SuperSonics were well on by Archie Clark, Mel Counts and their way to handing Boston one Gail Goodrich when Detroit of 'its worst defeats , ye&rs. in many climbed within 12+-11S with twe minutes left. yBob Rule led Seattle with 26 Clark finished with 30 points points and Walt Haizard chipped while Eddie Miles had 23 for De- in with 22 and 14 assists as the: troit. Blackstrom Fires Up Canadiens, Hawks Fall By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS net. Gump Worsley tuned in Speedy Ralph Backstrom has A * shutouL become the center of attraction lor the Montreal Canadiens, who've suddenly caught fire in the National Hockey League. With star centers Jean Beliveau Ind Henri Richard on the injured list, Backstrom, another veteran center, scored three goals and assisted on two others in leading the Canadiens to » 7-0 victory eve? the Chicago Black Hawks last night. The setback was the Hawks' first in 10 games. Rangers Downed In th« only other game, the Boston Bruins downed the New York Rangers 4-2. •'. The results lifted the Bruins Into a first-place tie with Toronto In the circuit's East Division while the Canadiens took over fourth place from the Rangers. Detroit is third and Chicago sixth. Backstrom, who scored one goal Wednesday night when Montreal beat St. Louis 3-1, registered stitches to close a cut on his twice in the opening period and riEht ear. once in the second session at Chicago. He now has seven goals for the season. Bobby Rousseau with two goals tnd Claude Larose and Yvai Cournoyer with one apiece wer the other Canadiens' scorers Backstrom assisted on the Laros •nd Cournoyer tallies. . The Hawks, who had won fivi «nd tied four of their previou nine games, had only 15 shots oi OPEN YOUR 1968 Christmas Club at . . . Uemtor F«ler»] Dapcell Iruttruin Corp. . Bocyfc Stars Johnny Bucyk was the Bruins' star. He scored twice in the op^7iGg~"pe7io8~ ItHKitoir'Ilter Larry Jeffrey's tally had given the Rangers an earlier lead, After a scoreless second session, Tommy Williams and Phil Esposito tallied for Boston and Reg Fleming for New York in the third period. Gilles Villemure, who replaced Ed Giacomin as the Rangers' starting goalie, made 43 saves while Boston net-minders turned back 21 shots. Giacomin had started each of New York's previous 17 games. Jeffrey and Boston defenseman Ted Green exchanged punches and drew five-minute major penalties midway through the first period. Jeffrey was pum meled while stretched out on the ice and later required four COURAGEOUS HORSE CHICAGO (AP) — Minnesota ..lac was a highly regarded 3year-old until the Chicago Handicap at Arlington Park. The Johnny Nerud-trained colt won that race, a test of one mile and an eighth. But early in the running Mac broke a sesamoid bone in his right foot and has been retired for the year. Mac, ridden by Willie Shoemaker, ran the last three-quarters of a mile with the broken bone. The sosamold, situated back of the ankle, serves as a pully for tendons and is necessary to support the ankle. 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