Pacific Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Aug 12 1967, Page 19

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Pacific Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - August 12, 1967, Tokyo, Japan Running ahead of europeans in Montreal Montreal a the americas track and Field stars edged ahead of Europe Best wednesday 79 Points to 74 at the Halfway Mark of the two Day meet Between the two sides of the a Damp and soggy but without seemed to have its effect on attendance at the expo the with a capacity of were less than half the weather also seemed to affect the Only Vince Matthews of Johnson Smith within Hail ing distance of a world Matthews breezed to his win in the 400meter run in 45 seconds on tenth of a second off the world Europe most spectacular win was supplied by Roger Sambuck of France who took the 100meter sprint in he Defeated Willie Turner of Ore gon state and Jerry Bright of Arizona there were other plums As wyomia Tyus of Tennessee state won the women 100 met ers in and Karin Wallgren of Sweden took the women 400 in the run went to tireless Tom von Ruden of the Long Beach who had the necessary big kick coming around the last turn to go on and win by 10 Yards in Earl second to teammate Willie Davenport of Southern University in the 110 said it was the first time he had run this Type of track and although its a Good one he Doest want to run hurdles on it Davenport won in Ralph who bowed to Bob Beamon of the University of Texas in the Long said he had a bad Day and its the first time i have been third in seven Beamons distance was Boston jumped the meters went to Jur Gen Hasse of East the big blonde fellow running virtually As he pleased to win by half a Lap in the women 400 meters provided a sensational spurt at the supplied by Karin Wall Gren of who beat out a fast tiring Vilma Morris of Jamaica in the 15 events were almost evenly the americas won seven of the mens events and one of the the euro peans took five first places in redskins trounce Nils bears 3714 Washington a the Washington flashing mid season form at trounced the Chicago bears 37 14 wednesday night in the first 1967 National football league Dava Lillo lifts tribe Over of Baltimore a Vic Dava Lillo capped a four run fifth inning burst with a two run Homer and Sam Mcdowell and Sonny Siebert made the runs stand pacing Cleveland to a 43 Victory Over the Baltimore orioles wednesday Mcdowells second an rib sparked the Oriole Relief Pitcher Eddie Watt ruined Mcdowells shutout with a Homer in the a run scoring single by Frank Robinson followed a 37minute rain delay in the eighth and brought in who preserved Mcdowells 10th Vic tory in 19 Baltimore got its final run in the ninth on Paul Blairs Lead off triple and Dave Johnsons Sacri fice Victory Cleveland Baltimore a r h by a r h by Maye Wagner Hinton Thorton Alvis Sims Fuller Lbrown Siebert total Cleveland Baltimore 34 4 8 4 total 30 3 6 3 000 040 000 000 021 3 Baltimore Baltimore so Watt in h r Erbb so Mcdowell 7235 2 1 4 8 Siebert 1131 1 1 0 1 Dillman 74403 Fisher 1300000 Watt 10013 Ishiyama tops Jamito Tokyo Ishi japans third ranked scored an upset decision Over the world boxing associations ninth ranked featherweight Johnny Jamito of the Philippines in 10round main event at Kora Kuen Hall Here thursday 20 Pacific stars stripes August exhibition game for each the redskins scored two touchdowns within a minute of each other late in the fourth Quarter to kill any notion the bears might have had of Over coming fullback Whitfield scored on an eight Yard run up the Middle with less than three minutes the score coming shortly after Rookie John love returned a Kickoff 57 seconds safety Paul Krause picked up an Andy Livingstone Fumble and scooted 26 Yards for another the nationally telex was played on a hum id night before a sellout crowd of in the redskins were Able to mount drives and took advantage of Chicago mistakes to score four touchdowns and three Field goals of 47 and 18 Yards by Charlie who attempted quarterback Sonny Jurgen playing Only the first and third hit split end John Burrell on a 15yard pass with remaining in the third Quarter to put the game out of the redskins first touchdown came in the second period when fullback Joe Don Looney cracked Over from the 1 As Washington took advantage of a pass a highlight of the redskins attack was the Lunback on kick off with Ricky Harris returning for 67 and 45 and love lugging one 57 the bears were Able to mount a semblance of an offensive at tack Only in the second half under Jack Concannon and Dave Concannon moved the bears 73 Yards on 13 plays after the second half Kickoff with Al pro Gale Sayers scooting around his own right end for 10 Yards and a late in the fourth Mathieson engineered a 44yard drive on nine plays and sent Ralph Kurek in from four Yards Chicago 007 Washington 3 10 7 Wash Fig Gogolak 23 Wash Looney 1 run Gogolak kick Wash Fig Gogolak 47 Chi Sayers 10 run Duncan kick Wash Burrell 15 pass from Jurgen sen love kick Wash Fig Gogolak 18 Chi Kurek 4 run Duncan kick Wash Whitfield 8 run love kick Wash Krause 26 Fumble Lunback love kick attendance Washington a statistics of the chicag Washington National football league exhibition game Chicago Washington first Downs 13 14 Rushing yardage 92 52 passing yardage 109 196 return yardage 162 218 passes 1233 1228 punts fumbles lost 30 Yards penalized w 59 Cassius to Lead Parade in Watts los Angeles Clay will Lead sundays second annual Watts summer festival Billy Joe t id festival said clays Jelfas Section parallels our own determination to stand on our own the festival commemorates the rioting in the dethroned heavyweight Champion is appealing a court conviction for refusing military he claimed exemption on grounds he is a Black Muslim Willicm Ruska of the Netherlands appears to be dancing with Nobuyuki Majima of Japan during the fifth world judo Champion ships at the University of Utah at Salt Lake City Ruska won the heavyweight division a radio photo dutch judo St grabs Crown Salt Lake Utah a Willem Ruska overpowered four straight opponents wednes Day to win the world heavy weight judo the Blond dutchman set japans Nobuyuki Majima to the Canvas in a perfect toss to take the championship weighing 244 had been favored even though he was Only a third degree Black Belt while the Stocky Oriental is a fifth degree Black Ruska is now favored to win the open title Ruska had scored earlier in the match with a or partial Majima attempted a comeback with a series of offensive but was countered repeatedly by the dutch mans Superior the title was decided during the first Days action of the fifth world judo championships at the University of Utah Field a japanese Defeated his coun Tryman for the Light heavy weight Nobuyuki fourth Defeated Osamu a former Meiji University fifth the Light middleweight Divi Sion was to be held with Japan represented by olympic Gold medallist Takehide Nakatani and Terri graduate Hiroshi who recently has been teaching judo in hol Japan will be represented in the also to be contested by Shinichi another Terri and Eiji Maruki from the Kan Sai the mens and two in the Wom in the Points the americas men took 57 Points and the women the euro peans scored 47 in the mens events and 27 in Points were on a 5321 basis for the four two competitors from each Points for the relays were 52 for first and but the los ers Points were wiped out through the americas men took three of the Field events Long shot put and High eur ropes men scored in the and track summary Montreal wednesday in the Europe americas track and Field meet mens 110meter Willie a Earl Eddie Werner West mens 100 Roger Willie Gerry Wieslaw women 400 Karen Wilma Lillian great Jane mens 400 Vince Lee Andrzei Jan mens Gergely Hun Miklos Frank Gary 2444 mens Long Bob Lynn great Ralph Max East first three competitors broke Canadian open record 2411 invitational mile Andre Majl Byron Guy Jim mens Jurgen East Juan William Istvan mens Tom Van Jean Sam Arne mens shot Randy Neil Vilmos Dietrich East mens High Otis Wolfgang West Ger Jan John women Fesel West Karen Carol Carol women Long Ingrid West Mary Willie Vidal women 400meter americas Wilma wyomia Irene Barbara Europe Miroslawa to Elizabieta Ursula Eva Czecho time european team Dis qualified for bad pass of second mens 400meter Europe Marc Jocelyn Roger pique Roger Ameri Cas Earl Jerry Bright Ron Willie time americas team disqualified for bad pass of third of belts 31st Homer Tokyo baseman Sadaharu of hit a two run 31st this the eighth inning to Pace the yom Iuri giants to a 42 Central league Victory Over the Hiro Shima Carp in japanese base Ball Here Pitcher Shigeyuki Takahashi 78 scattered six hits to help his Taiyo whales Blank the Sansei atoms 60 the Han Shin tigers Defeated the Shunichi dragons 31 in a Western on Minoru Kakimoto four hitter and also homers by left fielder Kazuhiro Yamauchi and Catcher Toru Kakimoto is in the Pacific Catcher Katsuya Nomura slammed a three run Homer in the third in Ning to Power the Nankani Hawks to a 50 Victory Over the toe flyers in Western it was Nemuras 24th Homer this the Hanky braves trounced the Kin Tetsu buffaloes 73 in Osaka and widened their Lead Over the second place flyers to Ivi the Nish Tetsu Lions Defeated the Tokyo Orion 52 in Fuku Western Central league giants dragons tigers atoms whales Carp braves flyers Lions Hawks Orion buffaloes giants 4 whales 6 tigers 3 Lions 5 Hawks 5 braves 7 w l 51 27 41 34 40 36 36 40 31 45 29 46 Pacific w l 50 33 46 44 41 40 40 41 39 43 34 49 Carp 2 atoms 0 dragons 1 Orion flyers 0 buffaloes 3

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