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Pacific Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - August 9, 1967, Tokyo, JapanPro charts a tour Ray Ous Vvan al 2-Buffalo Bills Joel Collier Tom Sestak of neral comment Bills Are Pereo Tiv have of al Eastern division. And on paper soph coach Joel Collier has More than Ever with the acquisition of three big stars Powell Lincoln flares. No one sees How they can lose. Offence passing Jack Kemp the Elbow can t afford to rest on his senior citizen ship. Sex Raider Tom flares is More accurate passer records prove it too and has almost As much experience. Rating of receiving if Art Powell still has Oil his finesse and no reason he should t have the Long bomb becomes a double threat since Elbert Duberli Ion is still around. If Duby slows up there s Bobby Crockett last year s Bright neophyte. And Paul Costa looms big at tight end. Rating a Rushing like the Powell bit if Keith Lincoln s everything he used to be and he s Only 28 they la Bruise a few people. Keith s biggest problem might be cracking starting Combine of Bobby Burnett Rookie of year and Wray Cartton an underrated line the knee injury to capt. Billy Shaw forced some juggling with tackle Stew Barber moving to guard and Rookie gory Bugenhagen taking Barber s old spot. Show should be Back in mid season. His kind of class is vital. Absence changes whole complexion of Bills blocking. Rating a kicking Booth Lusteg Mike Mercer vie for place kicking. Neither is a iou Groza. Punting is competent As always with Paul Maguire. Rating a defense line the big Gamble was trading away end Tom Day in Lincoln Deal. The big Hope is Remi Prudhomme will fill the Gap. Best tackle set in al with Tom Sestak Jim Dunaway at top of their games. Ron Mcdole set again at flank. But behind them everybody s untested. Rating a linebackers Mike Stratton Harry Jacobs John Tracey set record for longevity As unit every time they step on Field. But time is catching up with latter two and someone like Marty sch Ottenheimer s ready to take Over. Among rookies notre dome s Tom Rhoads shows Promise too. Rating of secondary the solid Fellows Are Butch Byrd at one Corner and George Saimes at free safety. Pending development of Charley King or couple of rookies the faces at other posts will be same Tommy Janik at Corner Hagood Clarke at Strong safety. Old hand Booker Edgerson pushes Janik. Rating a summary this is a so id club that has helps itself with off season trades but did t pick up much Rookie class and May have left itself Vulner Able on defensive line. If everything gees Normal meaning injuries Don t decimate them Bills should be heavily favored to dominate the East again. Prediction1st in East. Knee ligaments torn diffs lose split end Buffalo . A split end Bobby Crockett will be lost for the Buffalo Bills american football league season after tearing ligaments in his right knee during an exhibition game against Miami saturday night at Memphis Tenn. Bills coach Joe Collier made the announcement sunday after Crockett a Sophomore pro fro Arkansas underwent surgery at mercy Hospital , 24, was injured Dur ing the second Quarter of the game won by the dolphins 10 7. After joining the Bills Start ing line up in the third game of the 1966 season he caught 31passes for 533 Yards and three touchdowns. He was beaten out for the first string this year by Veteran Art another announcement Collier said Veteran fullback Jack spikes had changed his mind about retiring and would rejoin the Bills late this week. Last month spikes 29, said hews planning to devote full time to his brokerage business i Dallas Tex. Yankees out of cellar Kansas City up Tom Tresh s two run single climaxed a three run eighth inning that enabled the new York Yankees to defeat Kansas City 9-6 sunday and vault Over the athletics into ninth place in the american league. Tresh s hit which wiped out a6-5 Kansas City Lead followed two singles by Horac Clarke and Roy White and a walk to Mickey Mantle an tagged Paul Lindblad with his sixth loss in 11 was lifted after the first two hits and Lew Krauss yielded the walk to Mantle and the single to Tresh. Jake Gibbs single drove i another run in the eighth and the yanks added an insurance Runin the ninth on a single by reliever Dooley Womack. Bil Monbouquette the second of three new York pitchers picked up his first Victory As a Yankee for two innings of one run Relief. The Yankees rapped out 18hits, including three apiece by Clarke Gibbs and Charle Smith in salvaging the final game of the three game series. The a s scored three runs inthe sixth two on Mike Hershberger s single to snap a3-3 tie but the Yankees narrowed the deficit to 6-5 inthe seventh on run scoring singles by Tresh and Gibbs. Up to 9th new York Kansas City a r h blab r h by Clarke 2b 6230 pm Peris is 4 1 1 1 White of 5220 Donaldson 2b 5 0 0 1 Womack p 1011 Cater it 4110 Mantle it 5100 Harrelson in 5 1 2 0 Tresh if 4123 Gosger of 4230 Gibbs c 5032 hers bar of 4123 a Robinsn of 5121 Dgreen 3b 2011 Csmith 3b 5231 roof c 5021 Talton pm 3000 Odom or 0000 Segui p 1000 Dobson p Webster pm Sanford p Lindblad p Krausse p monday pm Suarez c Amaro is Stotlemyre p Mon byte p mos to of 20001010 00000 0.0 0 20001000 00000 00 0 00001000 0000 total 354116459119 total new York Oil 001 ill Kansas City 110 103 0004 a Stottlemyre. Lob new York 12, Kansas City 7. 2bc.smlth, Amaro. 3b Gosger 2 2. In or Erboso Stottlemyre Moniquette Womack Dobson Sanford Lindblad Krausse Segui we Dobson. T2 53. A14,408. T w,l-2 l.5-65 2 6 1-3 11-3 1 6 41 7 3 3 5 10 2 1 1 4 1q 3 7 21 1 2 10 0a a 2 0 5 0 1o 0 Andretti wins Quebec 200-mile St. Jovite Canada a Mario Andretti of Indianapolis ind., won the 200-mile Indi Anapolis style car race in this Quebec . J. Foyt who won the Indi Anapolis 500 earlier this year came in second. Third was Lloyd Ruby of Wichita Falls Tex. The total in prize Money was estimated at $55,000. Top 2 Acaf golfers Mac still left the Winner and Wayne Aycock the runner up follow through on Iron shots during Competition in the Pacific air forces Golf championships at Misawa a Japan. Still wound up with a 291 total two better than Aycock in the open division. Usan . Teen captures Urga Junior title Oklahoma City up personable John t. Crooks a 17-year-old native of Winston Salem ., whose ambition is to be a touring professional won the 20th annual United states Golf association National Junior championship. Crooks who won the second International Jaycee Golf tournament last year in his Only other major Competition with stood a blistering Birdie barrage on the backside to defeat 17 year old Andy North Madison,wis., 2 and .1. The North carolinian shot torrid one under Par 34 on the front Side and turned with a six Hole Edge in the final match Over the twin Hills country club s 6,556-Yard course. North who had ousted Meda list Allen Brooks of Medford ore., 5 and 3, in the morning semifinal staged a miraculous finish and nearly pulled out the match. The Wisconsin youth Birdie the 10th, 13th, 15th and 16th holes and parred the Lith 12thand 14th holes before both he and Crooks halved the 17th with birdies to end the match. Crooks finished one under Par while North who shot a 42 on the Par-35 front nine finished two Over. I think he North started off a Little nervous and he got Shook on the fifth Hole when he went three Down said Crooks. However he came Backstron with five birdies on the last eight holes and had an unbelievable Back s Crooks said he began to get a Little nervous himself after the14th Hole. Crooks Defeated Tim Taylor Memphis Tenn., 1 up in 20 ind. Teen Ager rips 3-time Champt of to 4 to o1�ttty it. Colorado Springs Colo. Up Carmen Piasecki 18, of South Bend ind., sunday Defeated three time Champion Judy Bell of Colorado Springs to win the 25th annual Broadmoor women s Amateur invitational Golf Piasecki one of the nation s top 10 Junior golfers beat miss Bell 12 and 10, in the finals which had been scheduled to go 36 holes. Miss Piasecki took a big Lead at the beginning of the Day and kept the wide margin to whip misspell. The defeat dashed miss Bell shopes of becoming the first four time Broadmoor Bell won the tourney in 1957, 1958 and i960. Miss Piasecki won a berth in the finals by whipping Chicago s Mary Wise 2 and 1 in semifinals saturday. Miss Bell gained the finals by beating her close Friend and business associate Barbara Mcintire of Springs 1 up in 19 holes saturday holes in the morning semifinal session. Crooks who plans to Ente Hargrave military school in Virginia for a year before attending either Wake Forest or the University of South Carolinan a Golf scholarship dreams of one Day becoming a member of the touring pro circuit. However he said he did t hit the bal far enough at present and needed to work on his immediate attention however will be directed toward qualifying for the National Amateur tourney to beheld later this month. Minn. Girl wins at Golf Lake Forest 111. A hitting drives of 250 Yards 17 year old Candace Michaeloff of Minneapolis won the 41st an Nual women s Western Junior Golf tournament Here by defeating medallist Marsha of Modesto calif., 3 and 2. Miss Michaeloff had lost Atwo Hole Lead after the first nine Only to recover with a sensational Back nine. Miss Hough ton also 17, and medallist three times in the last four years evened the match on the let whole with a 10-foot Birdie putt. She had won the 10th Hole after miss Michaeloff committed a Michaelow f missed an Eagle 2 on the Par-4 13th Hole and missed another Eagle by 4 inches on the Par-5 14th match ended on the 16th Green when miss Houghton said for a 15-foot Birdie putt missed the Hole. Miss Michael of f finished one under women s regulation Par Over the 6,126-Yard Knollwood county club the match miss Michaeloff said i never thought i would win. I worried All night but my Mother who travels with me to All the tournaments kept me calmed Down. This was my third year in this tournament and my Las because i will be turning 18." Pacific stars & stripes 21wednesday, August 9,1967

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