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Pacific Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - August 6, 1967, Tokyo, JapanTerrell 3 others Houston up the Only color overtones in the double header heavyweight fight at the Astrodome saturday will be Green the color of Money Ernie Terrell of Chicago declared thursday. I advocate Green Power Terrell said. The three other fighters Thad Spencer Leolis Martin and Jimmy Ellis who attended a news conference agreed. Although All four fighters Are negroes. Terrell who talked More than any of the others said race had no implication in the doubleheader or the entire tournament to choose a world heavyweight Champion. Spencer Terrell s opponent spoke along the same lines. I can t let god the Devil much less seven men stand in the Way of me and my Money said the 24-year-old heavyweight. The tournament includes a Field of eight fighters. Eventually two semifinalists will meet at an undetermined place for the championship which will be approved by the world boxing a s s o c i a t i o n Aba. Ellis and Martin will tangle in the first fight and the Terrell Spencer bout will follow it. The name of former heavy weight Champion Cassius Clay Muhammad All crept into the final drills for eagles Hershey a. A the Philadelphia eagles concentrating on basics held their final workout thursday before leaving for Canton Ohio and the annual Hall of Fame game m Ith the Cleveland Browns sat workout in preparation for the National football league exhibition game accented execution of offensive and defensive patterns and punting and kicking. Coach Joe Kuharich said that regular defensive backs Al Nel son and Nate Ramsey would not make the trip because of injuries. Nelson has a sprained left ankle and Ramsey a pulled muscle. Veteran Aaron Martin and Rookie John Williams from san Diego state will Start in the secondary Kuharich said. Kuharich also said that Mike Ditka the Veteran tight end obtained in a Swap with the Chi Cago bears would not Start in the game due to an off season operation. Kuharich said he did not want to risk aggravating Ditka s right instep which underwent surgery Dur ing the Winter. King Hill will Start at quarterback and Timmy Brown and Izzy Lang Are expected to be in the starting Backfield Kuhari hadded. Namath continued from Page 18 offence. It was t just a los for Boston it was a season lost. The next Day Buffalo scored Victory to move Over Boston into the Eastern division championship. As a first exhibition game the 7 30 . Contest at John f. Kennedy stadium might be expected to serve primarily As a trial period for rookies. But for Boston it s also the Chance to work on solving the decisive problem which plagued the patriots in 1966the inability to beat new York. News conference frequently. All four of the fighters said they respected his ability. Clay is under a five year sentence for refusing to be inducted into the army and was deprived of his title by the Aba. There was an unofficial report he would attend the fights. Clay s one of the greatest fighters of our Spencer said. And he did t Duck nobody. I love him he s a great Terrell said he thought Spencer Martin or Ellis should one of them ultimately win the championship would make an excellent Champion. I wish them All Good Luck if one is the Best fighter but i Don t think so said Terrell who plans to enter the fight weighing around 212. Spencer said he would weigh about 202"knockout at an unofficial weighing wednesday Ellis weighed 190 and Martin 192. Boxer s wife too los Angeles a mrs. Selma Heath wife of heavy weight Boxer Wayne Heath was released on $110 bail thursday after her arrest on disturbing the peace charges at ringside the night before when her Hus band was knocked out by Buster Mathis. Mrs. Heath 28. A tall Brunette who works in the medical re search department of a nearby Duarte Hospital was forcibly removed from the scene by police at the sports Arena. It appeared to witnesses she was attempting to throw a Metal Stool at Mathis after the scheduled 10-rounde.r was stopped in the fifth round. Minutes later mrs. Heath again grabbed the Stool and threw it several feet Down the apron of the ring. No one was hit and police again closed in. She was booked at University station. Arraignment in municipal court is scheduled aug. 7. Stars continued from Page 18 Zero in on Packer quarterback Bart Starr. If Smith Pete Duranko and Alan Page of notre Dame and Carel Stith of Nebraska can get to Starr before the Packer pass patterns shape up the All stars stand a Good Chance of upset Ting the professional champions. Behind the fearsome foursome Are linebackers George Webster from Michigan state Jim Lynch of notre Dame and Paul Naumoff of Tennessee. If the seven Guys up front can t break in on Starr there s Little the inexperienced All Star defensive backs can do in at tempting to contain Greenbay s receivers. Dess returns Fairfield Conn. Up Veteran guard Darrell Dess who walked out of the Newyork training Camp last week without saying a word to anyone returned just As mysteriously to the giants thursday and said he was ready to play. Or. Arthur moors adjusts the scale to 194% pounds Friday As he checks the weight of heavy weight Jimmy Ellis for saturday s boxing elimination tournament in Houston Tex. Watching Are the other boxers in the 2-fight tourney. They Are from left Thad Spencer who weighed 201% pounds Leotis Martin. Of 2 and Ernie Terrell 214%. Terrell faces Spencer and Martin opposes Ellis. A Radlo Lioto still cops Acaf Golf Yak by 2 strokes m by Gene Youngs a sports writer Misawa a Japan Malcom Mack still the Little Guy from Andersen a Guam fired a one under Par 71 Friday and won the 1907 Pacific air forces Golf championship with a four round total of 291. Wayne Aycock of mis avva. Who finished with a 73, was two strokes Back at 293. In the senior circuited Bates of Hickam fab Hawaii sparked his team to the senior team championship As he garnered the senior individual title for himself. Bates finished the tourney with a 312 total in a tie with John Hartnoll of Fuchu. In the ensuing sudden death playoff Bates putted Home a Winner on the first Hole. Floyd Earle and teammate Ray Coelho of Hickam ended the tourney with a tied combined total scored of 318 and they played a sudden death with Earle taking third place honors. George Risty surged from be Hind in the third round to be up with the open leaders in Fri Day s finale. He finished the round with an even Par for the third place honors. Risty and teammate Doyle daily of Kadena were instrumental in their team taking Home the open team Champion ship hardware. Kadena took the honors with a team total of 1,201, 17 Over second place Misawa s 1,218. Hickam s team took the third spot. Still the smallest player in the tourney went into the final round even with Aycock. Still was three under Par on the front nine but got into trouble on the Par three no. 15 and wounded up with a double bogey. At that Point Aycock was one Over Par and Risty was even Par. It was on the 18th that Mack Felt he was in bad trouble when he bodied the Par three but Aycock missed a Long Birdie Chance and had to Settle for Par. Still said i really was t too worried on the 18th. It was that double bogey on the 15th. I had a lot of trouble today with my Chip the Acaf team that will represent the command at Eglin later this month was selected from the Low medallist of each division. In the open. Still Aycock Risty daily and Mike Mca Darns were selected. In the seniors Are Bates Hartnoll and Earle. Final Golf scores standings Misawa a Japan is final scores of the Pacific air forces Golf tournament Here Friday open division Mai still Andersen Wayne Aycock Misawa George Risty Kadena Doyle daily Kadena Mike Mcadams Wak Kanai Dick Minogue Kadena John Cryan Hickam Jerry Teague Misawa Vivian Mackey Hickam Barry Sal ice Fuchu Terry Hauser Thailand Ray Menegay Korea Sal Greco Hickam Larry Ashley Wheeler Leo Madison Tachi Gary Dean Misawa Jim Austin Fuchu Doug Mcleod Hickam Stan Kaminski Naha Chuck Swearengen Naha Art Blassingame Ita Zuke Billy Landers Hickam Gary Mcleod Kudrena Mike Buben Yokota Charles Singleton Yokota George Boltz Tachikawa John Bennett Yak Kanai Russ Malonoski Wheeler Dick Miller Ita Zuke Russ Pike Wheeler Jack Parr Tachikawa Fred Patterson Misawa Bob Pearce Misawa Russ Moody Ita Zuke r. V. Munn Yoko la Sam Smith Yokota John Knoll Naha Duval Woodford Naha. Torn Bradley Korea Clarence Fontenot yacht Wendell Launius Fuchu Emmett Mueller Wheeler Jim Savons Naha Jim Tanner Wak Kanai Jim Carr Fuchu Darrell Guil Llama Ita Zuke 78-68-74-71291 71-77-72-73-293 79-76-67-72294 70-76-74-76296 77-75-75-73298 73-76-76-77302 77-75-75-76303 76-79-78-70303 76-77-83-71303 80-76-75-73304 77-77-76-75305 80-73-78-75306 75-81-75-75306 75-86-78-70309 81-76-80-73310 80-77-77-77311 79-75-79-79312 77-79-77-79312 76-82-78-76312 80-82-72-79313 75-79-81-78313 77-30-81-75313 81-79-80-73313 76-76-83-80315 87-71-80-77315 72-87-80-77316 81-31-75-79316 79-84-79-74316 85-83-78-70316 78-79-81-79317 78-80-78-82318 82-78-76-82318 80-81-80-77318 87-77-78-76318 75-77-81-86319 85-30-76-80321 85-78-79-79321 79-84-81-77321 79-81-79-83322 85-78-78-85326 85-78-85-78326 84-79-81-33-327 85-82-85-75327 88-77-85-81331 83-92-77-79336 86-82-80-90-331 Charles Dugger Wak Kanai Joe Cunningham Korea Bob Simons Fuchu Don Hull Kadena Gil Lazo Andersen Larry Kobashigawa 90-84-87-81342 91-30-84-89344 89-95-81-82347 87-93-88-79347 97-85-81 -85348 Wheeler 90-86-86-87349 Welbert Edmunds Yokota 94-80-91-84349 George Thompson Andersen 90-88-95-87360 John Reuss Ita Zuke 94-96-89-85364 Al Smith Tachikawa 95-84-95-91365 Wendell Craven Wak Kanai 94-90-91-91366 senior division red Bates Hickam 79-78-79-76312 John Hartnoll Fuchu 76-80-77-77312 Floyd Earle Hickam 80-81-78-79318 Ray Coelho Hickam 82-82-72-82318 Walt Seidel Andersen 81-79-79-81320 Tom Hanley Misawa 82-80-81-78321 Elwood Chesser Naha 87-79-76-80322 Myron Rion Tachikawa 82-79-85-79325 n. Rehkopf Thailand 81-85-75-84325 Harley Jackson Kadena 86-80-79-86331 Henry Partridge Misawa 79-83-86-87335 Earl Warren Andersen 88-85-85-77335 Craig Kennedy Misawa 80-86-91-82339 Spero Duros Kadena 85-82-89-85341 Larry Ahuna Wheeler 84-84-93-82343 Mai Stewart Wheeler 85-33-87-90345 Tony Knapp Wak Kanai 93-87-79-85344 de honed Korea 88-85-89-84346 Ben Franklin Korea 89-85-87-87348 torn Cuddeback Fuchu 96-83-79-91349 Erwin Davidson Ita Zuke 90-90-86-85351 Oliver Knoll Tachikawa 86-91-90-88355 Horace Mcfarland Naha 86-94-89-86355 James Lovelace Tachikawa 87-92-85-94358 Wilburn Smith Naha 84-96-87-95362 Don Dell Ita Zuke 93-92-94-94373 Eulet Rice Ita Zuke 95-96-97-90378 a won playoff. Final team standings Kadena 1201, Misawa 1218, Hickam 1223, Naha 1261, Tachikawa 1267, Yokota 1268, Wheeler 1269, Fuchu 1274, Ita Zuke 1280, Wak Kanai 1287, Andersen 1322. Senior team standings Hickam 623, Misawa 649, Andersen 655, Fuchu 661, Kadena 672, Tachikawa 675, Naha 675, Wheeler 688, Korea 674, Ita Zuke 720. Damascus is Arlington pick Chicago a mrs. Edith Bancroft s Damascus will spot six rivals from eight to 14 pounds saturday in the 57thrunning of the $100,000 added american Derby at Arlington Park. Damascus who figures to go off from the no. 2 Post As the 8-5 favorite will be Ridden by Bill Shoemaker who guided the 3-year-old son of sword dancer to victories in the Preakness and Belmont stakes and most recently in the Dwyer stakes at Aqueduct. Damascus has been assigned the High impost of 126 pounds which Means he will be giving away six pounds to in reality who is rated As his stiffest Chal Lenger in the mile and an eighth race Over the main course. Fuentes child drowns in Pool Redwood City Calif. Up the 20-month-old daughter of san Francisco giants second baseman Tito Fuentes drowned thursday night in a backyard wading said c y a r i n � Fuentes did not respond to efforts to revive her and was pronounced dead on arrival at Sequoia Hospital in Redwood City. Pacific stars & stripes 9sunday, August 6, 19g7

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