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Pacific Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - August 15, 1967, Tokyo, JapanSchollander cracks own pros in High gear 200-meter freestyle Mark bit a fowls see Chicago a Don schol � a. -.-. V 9 Grid exhibitions Don Schollander 1964 olympic Star Blas Ted an old Man role with fantastic clocking of 1 55.7 in the 200-meter freestyle to take the spotlight from still-sizzling17-year-old Mark spit saturday in the National aau outdoor swimming meet. Scholla Clev a badly beaten fifth in Friday s 400-meter free style slashed three tenths of second from his pending world 200 freestyle record of 1 56.0 set in the recent pan american games. He also smashed his current world record of 1 56.2. Spitz meanwhile became double Winner by grabbing the 200-meter Butterfly title in 2 06.4 to catch his pending world record also set in the pan am games two weeks ago. Friday Spitz took the 100-meter butter Fly in 56.7, bettering the exist ing world Mark but below his pending world Mark of 56.3. Two other double winners appeared in the second Day of Competition at the new Rehm Pool in the Chicago suburb of Oak Park. Charles Hickcox of Indiana University swam the second fastest 100-meter backstroke in history at 59.7 and added that to the 200 meter backstroke Hewon Friday. Hickcox of the Indiana athletic club and Phoe Nix ariz., was one tenth a Sec Ond slower than the 100-meter backstroke world record of 59.6 set by Thompson Mann of the . In the 1964 olympics. Ken Merten a graduate of Southern methodist added the200-meter breaststroke Crown to the 100-meter breaststroke title he won Friday. His time was 2 30.8. Schollander finished eight feet ahead of Greg Charlton of Arcadia calif., to retain his 200 meter freestyle title., Schollander set a pending world 200 Mark of 1 56.0 in the recent pan american games. He also holds the existing world record of 1 56.2. Schollander was crowded until the turn into the final 50 meter when his powerful stroking pulled him steadily ahead of Charlton who captured the 400 meter freestyle in which schol Lander placed fifth Friday. Schollander who won fourfold medals in the 1964 olym pics at Tokyo cruised Over the first 100 meters in 56.6 seconds and closed with 59.1. Charlton s second place time was 1 58.1. Third place went to Canadian Ralph Hutton rep resenting the football aquatic club of California in 1 59.1. The breathless Schollander,21, commented after his record smashing race Don Schollander relaxes in the water after breaking his own world record in the 200-meter freestyle at the National aau swimming and diving championships saturday at Oak Park Iii. Schollander s record shattering time was 1 55.7, breaking the old Standard of 1 50.2. I wanted to squelch the Rumor that i m an old Man which i did t particularly feel Happy Reading about after my 400 Schollander won the 100 and 400 meter races in the 1904olympics, where he also won Gold medals on two freestyle teams. He said after his fifth place finish Friday he might drop the 400 and concentrate on the 200 meter freestyle which will be swum for the first time in the olympics in Mexico City next year. Spitz and Schollander swim Ming the final two 200-meter legs teamed to help the Santaclara swim club s a team tie the world Mark of 7 52.1 in the closing 800-meter freestyle re Lay. The Santa Clara foursome with Spitz and Schollander credited with unofficial 200-meter legs of 1 56.9, was led off by Gary Ilman. Mike Wall swam second. The three meter diving Crown went to 19-year-old Keith rus sell of Mesa ariz., who had Strong final four dives to give him a winning total of 555.10 Points. Defending Champion Rick Gilbert of the Indiana aquatic club hampered by bandaged ailing left Arm finished fourth with 484.20. A radio lotto by the associated Pressa total of 297,583 pro football fans turned out for eight exhibition games saturday As the preseason Competition in the National and american leagues went into High gear. Of this total 184,956 watched five nil exhibitions and 112,627 three in the al. The largest turnout 57,595, was at los Angeles where the rams whipped the Dallas cowboys 20-6. A Birmingham Ala. 53,109 watched Kansas City the of champions Tromp the new York jets 30-17 while a capacity 50,-861 turned out at Green Bay wis., where the nil Champion packers Defeated Pittsburgh 31 20. New Orleans beat St. Louis23-14 before 32,000 at Shreve port la. Minnesota route Philadelphia 34-0 before 24.500 at Tulsa okla., and 20,000 swathe new York giants and at Lanta play a 10-10 tie at Ithaca,. At Miami fla., 35,871 saw san Diego Edge the dolphins 29-19 and at Oakland calif., a Hometown crowd of 23,647watched the raiders defeat Houston 24-7. Willie Ellison s four Yard run and roman Gabriel s 14-Yard pass to Henry Dyer both for cards top giants 3-2 astros still falling of notches no. 32 Tokyo a slugger Sadaharu of belted a two run Homer his 32nd of the season to Pace the Central league leading yom Iuri giants to a 3-1 Victory Over the fourth place Sansei atoms at Tokyo s Kora Kuen stadium sunday be fore 38,000 fans. At Kawasaki near Tokyo the runner up Shunichi dragons split doubleheader with the fifth place Taiyo whales taking the opener 9-8 and dropping the Nightcap 11-3. In the 11-inning first game american Dick Stuart formerly with the los Angeles dodgers hit two Home runs his 18th and 19th of the year for the last place Hiroshima Carp Defeated the third place Han Shin tigers 7-2 at Kyoto. Ameri can Gene Bacque 11-9 was the loser. Central league giants dragons tigers. Atoms whales Carp w l 53 27 42 36 42 37 36 42 33 46 30 48 t pet. Go 2 .663 3 .538 10 4 .532 10 /2 4 .462 16 5 .418 19 .494 10 5 .477 12 /2 1 .414 17 atoms 1 tigers 2 whales 8-11 Hawks 4-1 buffaloes 1-3 by the United press International Orlando Cepeda s run scoring single capped a two run sixth inning that handed the National league leading St. Louis cardinals a 3-2 Victory Over Thesan Francisco giants at St. Louis saturday Jack land be earned his first Triumph of the s hit came off loser Lindy Mcdaniel following single by Roger Maris and a triple by Curt flood. Editor s note boys corps of saturday n i g h t s major league baseball were unavailable because of a temporary breakdown in communications with stars and stripes new York office. In other major league games saturday night Milt Pappas chalked up his second straight shutout with six hitter and Tony Perez singled in two runs As the Cincin Nati reds blanked the los an Geles dodgers 4-0 at boosted his record to 12-7 with the Triumph beating Phil Regan who suffered his eighth loss in 12 Atlanta the braves beat the Houston astros 2-0 behind the five hit pitching of Denny be master 8-6 As the Astro dropped their ninth straight braves Southpaw drove in the deciding run with a seventh inning single As he notched his eighth Victory in 14 Deci Sions. Joe Azcue highlighted a four run rally in the first inning with a two run triple to give the Cleveland indians a 6-2 Victory Over the new York Yankees at o Donoghue went All the Way for Cleveland to pick Aphis sixth Victory against five losses while Fritz Peterson suffered his Lith loss in 13 Deci Valentine hit a three run Homer in the fifth inning the belted a two out triple in the 10th to ignite a two run rally that the Washington Sena a 6-5 Victory Over the City athletics at Kansas carried tors to Kansa City. Casey Cox notched his sixth Triumph in seven decisions in Relief while Jack Aker absorbed his sixth setback in nine Deci Fregosi s infield single in the sixth inning scored Pinch runner Rick Reichardt with the deciding run As the Californi Angels edged the Boston red sox 2-1.pinch-hitter Tom Satriano opened the sixth at Anaheim,calif., with a double and Rei Chardt running for him was sacrificed to third by Jos Cardenal. Jack Hamilton who went the first six innings was credited with the Victory and Gary Bell took the loss. The Lin scores by the associated pres saturday night National league san Francisco 200 000 0002 10 0 St. Louis 10000200x3 7 2 Gibbon Mcdaniel 1linzy 6henry 8bolin 8 and Dietz Carlton Lamabe 3 and Mccarver. A Lamabe 1-6. A Mcdaniel 1-5 # Houston 000 000 0000 5 0 Atlanta 000 000 llx2 8 0 Cuellar and Bateman Lemaster and Torre. A Lemaster 8-6. A Cuellar 11 8. Or Atlanta Aaron 28this los Angeles Odd 000 0000 6 1 Cincinnati 01200001x4 7 0 Regan Miller 5ecijan 7 and Rose Boro Pappas and Edwards. A Pappas 12-7. A Regan 4-7 a c american league 10 innings Washington 100 030 000 24 10 0 Kansas City 100 001 002 15 13 2 Ortega Humphreys 7baldwin 9lines 9cox 9priddy 10 and Casa Nova Odom Rodriguez 6krausse 8aker 10lindblad 10 and roof Suarez 8. A Cox 6-1. Laker 3-6. Or Washington Valentine 8th. Boston 001 000 0001 8 0 California 010 001 oox2 5 0 Bell Wyatt 7 and Howard Hamilton Roas 7 and Roc Gers. A Hamilton 6-2. A Bell 7-10. Or California Mincher 18th. New York 100 100 0007 7 0 Cleveland 402 000 Oox-4 10 1 Peterson Monbouquette 1. Tillotson 4womack 7 and Gitas o Donoghue and Azcue. To Donoghue 6-5. A Peterson 2-11. Touchdowns paced the rams Over the cowboys the 1966 of Eastern conference champs who suffered their first exhibition game defeat in seven games dating Back to 1965. Kansas City paced by quarterback Pete Meathard piled Upa 20-0 Lead in route to an easy win Over the jets. Joe Namath the jets prize $400,000 a a completed 11 of 20 passes for 136 Yards. Donnie Anderson another onus Back pa.sscd-.67 Yards for one to and raced 50 Yards taste up another to Lead Green Bay Over the Steeles. The Vic tory preserved the packers rec Ord of not having lost an of exhibition at Home in 12 years. Rookie Elijah Nevett returned the opening Kickoff 59 Yards to the St. Louis 32 and new or leans went on from there to whip the cardinals. It was the first Victory Ever for the new nil expansion club. Minnesota turned two pass interceptions into touchdowns against Philadelphia As the Vik Ings won their first game under new head coach Bud Grant. Karl Kassulke returned one of the interceptions for 27 Yards. Dick Wagoner ran Back the other 62 Yards. Chuck Mercein s 20-Yard Fiel goal with four minutes left gained the new York giant their tie with Atlanta. Behind 19-14, san Diego pulled out its one Point Victory Over Miami on Steve Tensi s 47-Yardtouchdown pass to Steve Newell with 21/2 minutes left on the clock. Daryle Lamonica obtained from Buffalo in a Trade directed Oakland to a 10-0 half time Lead Over Houston after which Veteran George Blanda took Over to make it 17-0 before the oilers scored. In two sunday games the Baltimore Colts of the nil played the Boston patriots of the al in Harvard stadium and the Cleveland Browns Metthe 49crs at san Francisco. Monday night the Buffalo Billson the al Are scheduled to play at Detroit in another inter league exhibition. Football scores by the associated press National league Green Bay 31, Pittsburgh 20 new Orleans 23, St. Louis 14 new York 10, Atlanta 10, tie Minnesota 34, Philadelphia 0 los Angeles 20, Dallas 6 american league Kansas City 30, new York 17 san Diego 20, Miami 19 Oakland 24, Houston 7 Atlantic coast league Virginia sailors 12, Wilmington del., clippers 6westchester, ., bulls 45, Waterbury orbits 7 Continental league Wheeling 28, Norfolk 24, sudden death overtime Charleston w.va., 44, Hartford 28. Orlando 42, Akron 17 Pacific stars & stripes 21tuesday, aug. 15, 1967

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