Pacific Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Aug 6 1967, Page 19

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Pacific Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - August 6, 1967, Tokyo, Japan Harvard outgrows Canada in Panama trial Canada a Harvard mighty eight Defeated Canadas Crew in a head Duel of unbeaten heavy weights thursday in preliminary rowing trials of the pan american the Victory on the Winnipeg flood Way sent the Crimson collegians into saturdays final and made them a heavy favorite for the Gold the Canadian Crew gets a second Chance in the repechage heats Friday for another shot at the stroked by Ian Gardiner of the unbeaten since they lost to the Vesper boat Crew in the 1964 olympic surged to the front at the Start and had a 1 length Lead at the Halfway Mark of the meter they won by that margin in with Argentina 25 lengths be Argentina South american champions beat the United states by lengths in the fours with coxswain but pairs with Cox from the univer sity of Pennsylvania rallied to win the heat in the pairs with rowing in a stiff the Harvard hit a 36 beat half Way through the race and maintained it to the the twice beaten by Cuba in the round Robin base Ball came roaring Back thursday night to Shell five cuban pitchers and score a 83 Victory in the Besto three championship Southpaw John who had control limited the cubans to Only four hits be fore retiring in the eighth inning and reliever Ray Blosse went the rest of the Way without giving up a the undefeated Basket Ball team moved within a step of the Gold medal by crushing Panama Jim Williams of led the scoring with 18 the United sates drove toward a Silver medal in women basketball by defeat ing picked up a Bronze medal in Field hockey with a 10 Triumph Over Canada and continued to Advance men in the boxing with swimming concluded and track taking the Day activities at the games dwindled to preliminary heats in rowing and scattered activity on the boxing and Basket Ball the american Victory Over Canada in women basketball came on a free throw by Lola Ham of she got her Chance when Canadas Diane Doyle charged miss Ham converted the second of her two free action was close throughout the game and particularly so in the final Lois Finley of scored one of two free throws to put the United states ahead 4241 with 45 seconds to Twenty seconds Mary a physical education teacher from converted one of two free throws to tie then came miss hams deciding free Carole Phillips Captain of the United states team from scored 10 of her 18 Points in the second half to keep the United states in the miss Finley was second High for the Ameri cans with 12 Coutts paced Canada with the Victory kept the United states moving toward a Silver medal in the tournament behind Brazil which is unbeaten in the six team double round Robin the United states which will conclude Competition in a game with Cuba Friday has a 5 2 y Arbor Ough sets Dixie Speed Marks Atlanta a Cale Yar Borough of re claimed his track records thursday and won the ninth spot in sundays Dixie 500 by driving his 1967 Fairlane at qualifying speeds of More than 150 Miles per the 28yearold Winner of the Atlanta 500 last Spring boosted the on Lap record to and he pushed the four Lap Mark to Yarborough blistering Pace returned to him the records claimed wednesday by Darel Dieringer of who had won the pole position with an German prix seen decisive Germany a crucial Points for the 1967 world driving championship will be at stake in sundays German grand prix on the Nuermburg rated one of the most de manding race tracks in the the nuer Burgering is the stage for this seasons seventh grand prix in the 11race schedule and the Battle for the world championship is still wide but the ring is reckoned to be the race to four times in the last five years the nuer Burgering Winner has raced on to become world fifteen formula 1 racers Are expected to line up for the Start of the race Over 15 gruelling laps of the twisting meter mile top speeds will Range around 156 Down the but a lot less through the twisting 178 curves of the course tucked away in the Eiffel the track record of 8 minutes seconds was set by Jim Clark in 1965 with an average Speed of training time trials for the coveted pole position will be held Friday and formula 1 Drivers entered in the race include Denis Hulme new zealand Brabham Jim Clark Scotland Lotus Ford Jack Brabham Australia Brabham Chris Amon new zealand Ferrari John Surtees England Honda and Bruce Mclaren new zealand 20 Pacific stars stripes August average of for four and toured one Lap on the track in unhappy about losing his was the first Driver on the track thursday As qualifying for the 44 spots in sundays race continued and he quickly reclaimed his others qualifying thursday were Charlie Glotzbach of driving a 1965 who averaged Bobby 1967 Paul 1967 Donnie Alli 1967 James 1965 Bud 1967 and Frank a 1966 Bill Dennis of and Clyde Lynn and Jabe both of failed in their attempts to eight More spots will be filled in fridays time with the final 20 berths going to the Lead ers of a 30mile race a crowd of about is expected for sundays Gold monopoly by the associated press pan american games medals standing at completion of Competition thursday Gold Silver Bronze 97 54 35 133 United states Canada Brazil Argentina Mexico Cuba Colombia Chile puerto Rico Venezuela Ecuador Panama Uruguay Bermuda Peru Barbados Guyana Antilles note one extra Gold medal awarded in gymnastics no Silver or Bronze awarded in three Day equestrian team two extra Bronze in gymnastics and six in Bronze medal decided in baseball where Gold and Silver still Pend Hernandez gets nod Ferd the 4 ranked won a unanimous 10round decision Over Jimmy Lester thursday night at the Oakland auditor there were no knockdowns in the fast and furious bout but Hernandez landed countless right hands to the head to Send Lester Back on his heels on several of Las scored his 28th win against seven losses and four minor leagues compiled from wire services Pacific coast league Western division san Oklahoma thursday san Diego 7 Indianapolis 4 13 Phoenix 9 Denver 7 Tulsa 6 Seattle 2 Portland 5 Spokane 2 Oklahoma City 2 Hawaii 1 14 Vancouver 9 Tacoma 2 Friday Tulsa at Seattle at Vancouver at Hawaii at Indianapolis Phoenix at san Denver at Oklahoma International league Rochester Richmond Toledo Toronto Columbus Jacksonville Syracuse Buffalo thursday Toledo 5 Rochester 9 Buffalo 6 Richmond 3 Toronto 35 Jacksonville 12 Columbus at Friday Richmond at Jacksonville at Buffalo Columbus at Toledo at Texas league thursday Houston astros 8 Al stars 2 4 Eastern league Binghamton 20 Waterbury 01 Pawtucket 70 Pittsfield 32 Elmira 10 Reading 1 York at Little league meet at Zama Japan Usalj Camp Zama will Host the 1967 far East Little league Region Al baseball tournament tues Day through teams from to kanto Mura and Misawa in Japan and Guam and Taipei will compete in the single elimination affair on Zamas Little league games Are scheduled at 10 and 1 each Day with opening ceremonies slated for Durell Kos Wells up Joe trois knocked out Billy Wells of 154 in the fourth round of a scheduled 10round Burt of Sher knocked out Earl 178 of in the second round of the co pro charts by Hurrah Gino Cappelletti Mike Holovak Al general shudders every Lime freaked up patriots drive Cut on they dont comport with the Glossy jobs around rest of but there always a Flicker from finishing offence Vito Parillie going to keep flinging until the rubber band hed better because Hes All Treyve to be ridiculous when Gino Cappelletti is a prime Hes an anachronism like but the old Guys keep ticking do have a generous hand from Young Art Graham and tight end Jim couple of Homegrown from Boston anybody is going to be another Jim its Jim though he relies More on Bull Doest have Browns finesse in running to needs More help than Larry Garron Bob Cappadona Doest have Speed to be Best in Patriot Len Tom Neville came along fast Charley Long and Don Oakes Are old Jon Morris makes a Good Anchor at theres depth expected also from Sophs Karl slimmed Down Don would rate roster spot for toe deadly place kicker from Middle Tom Yewcic might be punter again by defense change in front though they keep looking for big end to supplant old 10year vet Bob Houston Jim Hunt at tackles dont look the but they manage to get pass Larry Eisenhauerr As Good As he feels at be real trouble on Corners because Tommy Addi sons coming Back from bad knee and Lonnie Farmers already Hurt leaves Nick Best Middle Man in naked for have switched Rookie lineman de Philpott to is that top draft Choice was a Corner John hell learn while coach Mike Holovak openly laments weak Ness at Chuck Shonta is a Stabilizer at no telling now How finally line used to hang together with stubborn mainly because of Treyve Learned How to control football but the de sense has turned were within one sunday of winning it last in

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