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Pacific Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - August 12, 1967, Tokyo, JapanStan Wright of Misawa slides into third As Yokohama third baseman Ken Bess reaches for the High throw in the second inning of thursday s championship game of the 1967 far East Little league regional baseball tournament at Camp Zama went on to score As Misawa blanked Yokohama 1-0 to win the far East Crown. Usa no differ wins for Misawa by sgt. Ron Flechtner Zama Japan Usalj Stan Wright pitched a no hitter and scored on Joe. Cain s second in Ning double As Misawa blanked the Yokohama cardinals 1-0thursday to win the 1967 far East Little league regional baseball tournament at Camp Zama. Wright struck out 11 and Only let three men reach first Allon walks. Loser Bob Livesay gave up Only one hit fanned five batters and walked four in a Sterling Effort for Yokohama. Misawa scored what prove to be the big run in the second inning. Wright Drew a walk to open the Frame and then stole second. After Bill Llewellyn walked Cain blasted a double to the left Field Fence scoring right. Llewellyn was tagged out trying Lor third As Wright s Misawa reached the finals by blanking Guam 3-0 wednesday. Yokohama also from Japan was undefeated be fore the championship game Downing Taipei 4-1 on opening Day and smashing Kan to mura7-3 wednesday. Joe Conroy managed the Misawa nine and Ron Grayum was his coach. Members of the Misawa club were buddy Kutch Man Craig Kennedy Greg car Roll Billy Edwards Cain Wright Llewellyn Mike Neitz Steve Peterson Ricky dim Mick John and Charles Swauger Ted Sakamoto and Roy Courtney. R h b Misawa 010 0001 1 0 Yokohama 000 0000 0 0 Wright and Kennedy Livesay and Morse. Arne Jack on cup team new York up Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus were picked to represent the unite states for the fourth consecutive year in the world cup and inter National trophy matches. The Golf classic previously known As the Canada cup will be held this year nov. 9-12 in Mexico will be Palmer s sixth appearance for the u.s., and he has won each time. Nicklaus is on the team for the fifth has won three times with Palmer. Minor leagues compiled from wire service Pacific coast league Western division Vancouver Spokane Tacoma Portland Seattle Hawaii w l 62 56 62 56 64 58 61 60 55 62 50 71 pet. Go .525 .525 .525.504 2 /2 .470 6 /2 .413 13 /2 Eastern division san Diego Oklahoma City Indianapolis Phe enl Denver Tulsa Denver 2 Indianapolis 4-1 Tacoma 4 Tulsa 7-1 w l 67 51 65 56 61 54 56 62 56 62 54 65 wednesday pet. Go .568 .537 3 /2 ,530 4 /2 .475 11 .475 11 .454 13 /2 Phoenix 1 Oklahoma City 0-0 Seattle 2 Hawaii 5-0 2nd, 12 inn Sun Diego 6 Portland 2 Vancouver 3 Spokane 1 13 inn thursday Oklahoma City at Indianapolis. Denver at Phoenix. San Diego at Vancouver. Spokane at Portland. Seattle at Tacoma. Hawaii at Tulsa. International league Rochester Richmond Toronto Toledo Columbus Jacksonville Syracuse Buffalo w 63 63 56 54 54 53 49 47 wednesday l 47 50 53 53 57 58 61 60 pet. Go .572 .558 .514 .505 .486 .477 t/2 6 /2 7 /2 9 /2 .45 14 .439 14v 2 Richmond 3 Columbus 10 Syracuse 6 Buffalo 6 a thursday Toronto at Jacksonville. Buffalo at Richmond. Rochester at Columbus. Syracuse at Toledo. Jacksonville 1 Toledo 6 Rochester 6 Toronto 5 Texas league Amarillo Elpaso Albuquerque . Worth Austin Arkansas w 63 59 57 52 51 49 l 45 52 52 62 63 62 pet. 6b .602 .532 8 .523 9 .465 16 /2 .447 17v2 .441 18 wednesday Elpaso 6 Amarillo 3 Austin 7 Dallas fort Worth 3 Arkansas at Albuquerque rain. Thursday Amarillo at Elpaso. Arkansas at Albuquerque 2. Dallas fort Worth at Austin. Southern league Birmingham Montgomery Evansville Charlotte Haacon Knoxville w 67 66 62 60 42 37 l 45 46 48 54 69 72 pet. Go .593 .589 1 4 .526 8 .378 24 .339 28 a wednesday Birmingham 7-5 Evansville 2-2 Haacon 8 Charlotte 0 Montgomery at Knoxville 2 rain. Easten league Eastern division Binghamton Pittsfield Waterbury Pawtucket w 66 55 54 51 l 46 53 59 59 Western division Williamsport Elmira Reading York w 61 59 59 35 l 49 50 51 73 pet. Go .589 .509 9 .478 121/2 .464 14 pet. Go .555 .541 l a .5?6 2 .324 25 wednesday Reading at York rain. Pittsfield at Binghamton rain. Pawtucket at Waterbury rain. Elmira at Williamsport rain. Cubs win As Phillie pm Chicago a a two base error by John Briggs in the eighth inning paved the Way forthe tie breaking run thursday and the Chicago cubs went on to defeat Philadelphia 3-2, snap Ping the Phillies eight Gam winning string. Briggs dropped Adolfo Phil lips Fly leading off the eighth and the cub Center fielder Trot Ted into second. One out later Don Kessinger s third hit of the Day sent him to third and he Rode Home on a single by Glenn Becker t. The cubs jumped out to a 2-0lead in the first. Kessinger led off with a single and raced to third on Beckert s hit and run single. Billy Williams drove Inone run with a single and Ron Santo sent the other across with a sacrifice Fly. Baxter leads pros at Akron with 66 Akron Ohio a Rex Baxter jr., who. Has Only on tournament Victory to his credit in 10 years As a pro conquered treacherous winds thursday to shoot a blazing 34-3266 and take the first round Lead in the$100,000 american Golf classic. While his More illustrious opponents were struggling Over the 7,180-Yard Firestone country club course playing longer than usual because of a brisk North wind and recent Rains Baxter dropped six Birdie putts including a pair of 40-footers on successive holes. The 31-year-old texan sur prised at his own showing needed Only 26 putts and missed tying tie course record by one can t remember the last time i led in a tournament laughed Baxter. I m not sure but i think it was the Western open two years s Only tournament Vic tory came in 1963 when he won the cajun classic. He also won the Mcaa championship As a Amateur in 1957 and was a member of the Walker cup team last year. Baxter s Brilliant round put him three strokes ahead of the Field of which Only six other managed to crack Par of 35-35 70. Bunched at 69 were Georg Earcher 35-34, Billy Martingale 36-33, Jack Mcgowaxi 34-35, Bil Collins 36-33, and Randy Glover 36-33 and Kermit Zarley 36-33.u.s. Open Champion Jack Nicklaus and the great Arnold Palmer matched Par with 70s. Included in the 70 bracket were Gardner Dickinson Labron Harris Bobby Nichols Doug Sanders and Johnny gusts of up to 20 Miles per hour made play difficult especially for the Early finish ers. Later in the afternoon the twins continued from Page is twins to face him and was working on a one hitter when Allison hit his first , making Only his fifth Start of the season bagged his fourth Victory in nine decisions. Until Allison homered in the fifth Washington pitchers had blanked the twins for 18 innings including the last 14 innings of wednesday night s 20-inning Marathon. Lawmakers urge a s move West Sacramento Calif. Up the California legislature saturday urged the Kansas City athletics to move to Oakland. The Senate by a 23-1 vote added its endorsement to an Assembly passed Resolution by assemblyman Don Mulford r Piedmont. The Only no vote was cast by sen. George Moscone a san Francisco. Wind let up somewhat. Most of the players commented on the length of the course As Martingale and Ken Venturi were forced to. Go to their Woods 23 times during the round. That s two under the record of 25 Ben Hogan used in the 1960 pea Here said Venturi who had a 37-3471 and was highly pleased with his score. The Power hitting Nicklaus needed Only 15 Woods and he too was satisfied with his Effort. That s a much better Star than i had in the 1965 classic said Nicklaus. I shot an 80 that year said Nicklaus. That Means if you keep it up. You can Cut 40 strokes from your total this year someone remarked. I doubt it said i came Back with a 69 the following Day. And i doubt very much if anyone can shoot a 59 Palmer called his round up and Down and he evened of three bogeys with three birdies which came on a couple of eight foot putts and a 20-footer. Following Friday s second round of the 72-Hole tournament which ends sunday the. Field of124 will be Cut to the top 70 professionals and ties. Top prize in the classic is Worth $20,000. Rex is hot Akron Ohio a leading scorers in the first round of the $100,000 Ameri can Golf classic Rex Baxterjr 34-3266 George Archer 35-3469 Bill Collins 36-3369 Randy Glover 36-3369 Bill Martingale 36-3369 Jack Mcgowan 34-3569 Kermit Zarley 36-3369 Gardner Dickinson 35-3570 Labron Harris 35-3570 Bobby Nichols 35-3570 Jack Nicklaus 35-3570 Arnold Palmer 35-3570 Johnny Pott 36-3470 Ken still 37-3370 Chuck Courtney 39-3271 Iron Cerrudo 36-3571 George Knudson 37-3471 Kel Nagle 36-3571 . Sykes 36-3571 Ken Venturi 37-3471 Bert Yancey 35-3671 al balding36-3672 Jay Dolan Iii 36-3672 Rod Funseth 37-3572 Gene Littler 37-3572 Fred Marti 38-3472 Dick Mayer 37-3572 Charlie Sifford 38-3472 Bob shave or 37-33-72 Rocky Thompson 35-3772 Frank Beard 37-3673 Steve Opperman 36-3773 Bob Charles 34-3973 al Henning 39-3473 Tony Jacklin 37-3673 Howie Johnson 38-3573 Billy Maxwell 36-3773 Jerry steel Smith 38-3573 Dave Stockton 35-3873 Dudley Wysong 37-3673 Wayne Yates 36-3773 Pete Brown 37-3774 Chris Blacker 41-3374 Frank Boynton 38-3674 Gay Brewer 36-3874 Bruce Crampton 37-3774 Dick Crawford 37-3774 Marly Fleckman 37-3774 Ray Floyd 38-3674 Doug Ford 36-3874 dutch Garrison 39-3574 Dave Hill 37-3774 Steve Reid 39-3574 Mason Rudolph 38-3674 Dan Sykes or 40-3474 Art Wall or 39-35-74 Tom Weiskopf 39-3574 Frank Wharton 37-3774 Paul Bondeson i. 39-3574 a denotes Amateur. The phils came Back with onegin the seventh on singles by Rich Allen and Gene Oliver an Billy White s sacrifice Fly. And tied it in the eighth on double by Pinch hitter Doug Clemens and Tony Gonzalez. Dick Hall victim of Beckert same winning hit took the loss his seventh in 15 Hartenstein. Second of the cubs three pitchers Gat the Victory putting him at 0-2. Costly Bobble Philadelphia a Rojas 2b Cowan if Clemens Taylor Dalrmple Gonzalez pm or c of Razien 3b Oiiver c Hall p lock of White in wine is Callison Sutherlnd Jackson Briggs if pass p 4 3 1 0 0 4 3 3 0 3 3 2 1 1 2 1 Chicago re by 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 01 0 01 11 01 1 0 0 01 0 0 0 0 0 01 0 0 0 01 0 0 0 0 0 Kessinger ass Beckert 2b Williams if Santo 3b Banks in Cjones of Savage of Hundley c Phillips of Gardner p Hartensten d Spangier pm Stolcman p 4 4 3 2 3 3 0 3 3 2 0 1 0 i 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 3 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 01 11 0 to 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 total 31 2 7 2 total 28 3 6 3 Philadelphia 000 000 11 0 2 Chicago 2000000lx 3 Ebriggs. Do Philadelphia 1, Chicago 1. Lob Philadelphia 6, Chicago 4. 2bclemens, Gonzalez. 3bkessinger. A lock. Of Santo White. Hall l,8-7 Gardner Hartenstein w.6-2 Stoneman to 2 39. A 9,557. In 7 1 6 2 1 h4 2 5 2 0 r e 2 1 1 1 0 or by 2 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 so7 1 4 1 1 cram s topples Froehling Southampton . A Paul crams a tall 32-year-old new York Salesman for an engineering firm Engineer done of the year s major Tennis upsets wednesday when he beat Frank Froehling i of Newyork 6-4, 6-8. 9-7. Froehling the third seeded player and ranked eighth in the United states was eliminated inthe third round of the 78th invitation Meadow club grass court tournament As the unheralded Cranis joined such inter National stars As australians Owen Davidson and Bill Bowrey in the Quarter finals. Cranis ranked 13th in East Ern sectional Tennis and who in eight tries never advanced this far on grass climaxed the Day s activities which had opened with another upset. In that one Francisco Guy Man seeded sixth and hero of Ecuador s Davis cup team was beaten by Joaquin Loyo Mayo of Mexico 9-7, 6-3. Froehling s defeat came in his second match of the Day. He had caught up with the Field by beating Ralph Howe Oyster Bay ., 6-2, 6-4, in a morning second Rounder. Bowrey seeded second had to struggle to beat Armistead Neely a University of Florida player 6-8, 6-3, 6-4. He lost his service in the 13th game of the first set but controlled matters after ruffles of Australia seeded fourth Ray Moore of South Africa fifth Gene Scott of St. James ., seventh an unseeded Terry add son of Australia were others reaching the round of beat Marcello Lara Mexico 8-6, 6-4 Moore rallied against unheralded Cullen Robertson of Australia 7-9, 6-4 Scott the 1964 Winner beat Sherwood Stewart of Bay town tex., 11-9, 6-4, and Addison Defeated Ron Goldman washing ton 6-4, 7-5. Pacific stars & stripes 19saturday, August 12, 1967

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