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Pacific Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - August 29, 1967, Tokyo, JapanKilmer scoring passes saints Over 49ers Banzai Mas Liiro i Valiara embraces his Battery mate after the Japa Nese team from Tokyo won the 19 �7 Little league world series from North Roseland of Chicago at William snort a. Miyahara pitched a one hit shutout in the series and a three hitter to win the championship 4-1. Dpi radio photo Portland Ore. Up Bil Kilmer fired three first half touchdown passes to Lead the new Orleans saints the newest member of the National foot Ball league to a 24-10 exhibition Victory Over Sanfrancisco saturday night. It was the third consecutive Victory Over an nil team for the saints who started the season with a narrow loss to los , formerly of the 49ers, had scoring passes of 25 Yards to Walter Roberts 4 Yards to fullback Jim Taylor and 5yards to Rookie John Gilliam. Kilmer and Gary Cox of split the saints quarterbacking duties with Kilmer playing the first half and the second. Kilmer hit 13 of 19passes attempted for 12 5 Yards. New Orleans which held a 21-3 half Lime Lead got its other Points on a third Quarter Field goal from the 23 by Charle Durkee a Rookie from Oklahoma site. San Francisco s touchdown came in the third Quarter on a 32-Yard pass from John Bro Dieto halfback. Gary Lewis. The 49ers also had a 45-Yard Fiel goal by Tommy Davis. Brodie played the first third and fourth quarters at Quarter Back for the losers with George Mira seeing action in the second period. They threw four interceptions Brodie three of Orleans also scored victories Over St. Louis an Pittsburgh this season. San Francisco now is 1-2.the game Drew 23,318 fans almost 10,000 m o r e t h a n watched an american football league exhibition last week Between Kansas City an Oakland. San Francisco 037 0-10 new Orleans 14 7 3 0-24scoring no Robe to 25 pass from Kilmer Durke kick no Taylor 4 pass from Kilmer Durke kick of Fig Davis 45 no Gilliam 5 pass from Kilmer Durke Ticu mfg 23 of Lewis 32 pass from Brodie Davit kick attendance 23,348 Portland Ore. A statistics of the new Orleans Sam Francisco National football league exhibition game tiers Sainti first Downs 20 20 Rushing yardage 124 105parsing yardage 24 16 re in yardage 141 102 parses 19-35-4 18-3?-2 punts -. 2-41 6-43fumbles lost l o Yards penalized 71 126 cards pass Rush can t Stop see ers Nashville term. A quarterback Bill Nelsen passed for three touchdowns lifted the Pittsburgh Steeles out of the wingless column with a 24-13 Victory Over St. Nil pro Namath in fhe Pink Colts take Jeff twp oers Lions 14-5 dodgers Detroit a the Balti More Colts turned a Detroit Fumble and a pass interception into a soggy 14-5 Victory Over the Lions saturday night in a National football league exhibition game. The Colts were leading 7-5with 1 09 to play when former Michigan defensive Star Rich Volk intercepted a Karl Sweetan pass and ran 45 Yards for the clinching touchdown. Jim Gibbons caught a five Yard first period pass from Milt Plum fumbled when hit an Baltimore Rookie Bubba Smith from Michigan state recovered on the Detroit 30-Yard line. John Unitas who played the first half for the Colts directed Baltimore to a touchdown in six plays. Tom Matte scored on a five Yard burst at 7 33 of the first period. Sweetan who took Over for Plum at quarterback for Detroit in the second half moved de troit to a Field goal on a 16-Yard Boot by Garo Yepremian in the fourth period. A bad pass from Center sailed Over Baltimore punter Dave Lee s head into the end. Zone an resulted in a two Point safety for torrential downpour during the first half turned the Fie Dinto a quagmire and hampered both offences. Baltimore 700 714 Detroit 00 0 55 a Matte 5 run Michaels kick. Det Fig Yepremian 16. Det safety Lee tackled by Naumoff in end zone. A Volk 45 pass interception Michaels Kic. Attendance 38,367. Detroit a statistics of the de troit Baltimore National football league exhibition game. Colts Lions first Downs 8-17 Rushing yardage 104 91 passing yardage 44 to passes .5-13-2 20-42-0 return yardage 38 154 punts �-44.3 4-37.9 kibbles lost 0 2 Yards penalized 69 58 Charlotte . Up Riding Joe Namath s Passi Garm the new York jets blasted to a 13-Point Lead at half handheld the Edge for a 13-7 exhibition win Over Houston saturday night. Namath recovered from a injury in last week s exhibition game with Philadelphia guide the jets to Field goal Range twice and set up one touchdown in the american football league match. The former Alabama All starlit 11 of 14 passes for 110 Yards in his first half performance before 15,000 fans. Jim Turner kicked first Quarter Field goals of 13 and 29 Yards and halfback Emerson Boxer dashed five Yards for the jets Lone touchdown. The oilers got on the scoreboard on a series of sensational passes by former Virginia quarterback Bob Davis who capped an .80-Yard passing drive with a seven Yard toss to end Charles Frazier. Davis connected on a 61 Yard Aerial to Fra Ier at the jet19, passed again to Frazier for 13 Yards at the 19, lost a Yard and then tossed the touchdown Mark Smolinski. The puss Osmoli Nalii missed becoming a touchdown play by inches when the big fullback fell Between the one Yard line an the goal. Namath handed off to Smolin ski on the next play but it lost four Yards and Boozer score from there. New York a. Uston scoring by Fig 29 by Fig 13nyboozer 670 013 00077 Turner Turner 5 run Turner Kicio 7 pass from Davis Wittenborn kick a15,000 Charlotte . A statistics of the new York Houston american football league exhibition game jets oilers first Downs 17 12 Rushing yardage 132 116 parsing Yard Arje 160 156 return yardage 61 115 passes 16-26-2 11-22-0 punts 6-46 5-40 fumbles lost 0 0 Yards penalized 51 15 Louis in a National football league exhibition saturday night. Although dumped repeatedly for losses by the cardinals pass Rush Nelsen put together three scoring drives for a 24-6 Lead before St. Louis got its first touch Down in the fourth Quarter. Nelson s scoring strikes went to Dick Compton Rookie diet Anderson and Roy Jefferson. Jim Hart the second year quarterback filling in for Char lie Johnson who is in the army set up St. Louis Only touchdown with a .26-Yard pass to Davie Williams and then sent Johnny Roland Over from the one on the next play. Pittsburgh s first two touch Downs followed Alert defensive plays a blocked Field goal at tempt by the cardinals Jim Bakken and Paul Martha s interception and 24-Yard return Ofa Hart pass. The third touchdown a 40-Yard pass to Jefferson came alter three in completions and defensive holding penalty which gave the Steeles a first Down. The loss left St. Louis with a1-2. Exhibition record. Cards 2-1 los Angel Torborg s Pinch 12th inning Bailey with a Jeff Ingle in the drove Home Bob the winning run As Steeles 7 7 10 0-24 cards 060 713 St Compton 24 pass from Nelsen Clark kick cd Baaken Fig 29 cd Anderson two pass from Nelsen Clark kick cd Baaken Fig 27 St Clark Fig 18 St Jefferson 49 pass from Nelsen Clark kick cd Roland one run Baaken kick a10,376 army East shooters set Rifle win Mark but it was Namath who guided the jets to their Victory. Led by the former Alabam quarterback new York scored three of the four times it had the Ball in the first half. Namath started the Jet moving toward their touchdown in the first period by completing passes of 13 and 29 Yards to end Pete Lammons and fullback Laguna plans ahead Panama a Panama Ismael Laguna who unsuccessfully challenged Carlos Ortiz forthe world lightweight Crown is considering fighting in Japan Italy Sweden and the United states this year. Camp Perry Ohio up the . Army East team from it. Binning ga., shooting in heavy fog that nearly obscured the targets won the National pro soccer by the associated press National league Eastern division w l t pts. Of a Baltimore 14 8 9159 51 44 Philadelphia 14 9 9 157 53 43 new York 1 13 8 143 60 58atlanta 10 12 9 134 50 46 Pittsburgh 9 14 7 123 56 71 Western division Oakland 19 8 6 185 64 34 St. Louis 1411 7156 54 57chicago 10 11 11 142 50 55 Toronto 0 17 5 127 59 69 los Angeles 7 15 10 114 42 61 saturday s results Philadelphia 2, new York 1 Atlanta 1, Oakland 0 sunday s games Baltimore at Pittsburgh Only game scheduled. Infantry Tea with a record rifle1,279trophymatch Points the army team headed by Roger Stanley led the runner up Marine corps team by 28 Point Sand the army West team by 31 Points. It was the third consecutive win for army marksmen in the annual match that opened the High Power phase of the National Rifle and pistol matches Here. The top civilian team in the105-Tcam Field was the California state Rifle team. The match was fired Over course ranges of 600, 500, 300 and 200 Yards with each individual of the six Man teams fir ing a total of 1 5 shots at rapid fire at each Range and moving to each within 50 seconds the los Angeles dodgers Edge St. Louis 2-1 saturday night. Bailey had opened the 12thwith a walk and was sacrificed to second. One out later Jim Hickman beat out an infield hit and Jim Lefebvre was walked loading the bases. Then Tor Borg batting for Winner Phil Regan singled. Roger Mavis Orlando Cepeda and Tim Mccarver hit Succes Sive singles for St. Louis with one out in the eighth inning tying the game at 1-1. Don Drysdale purposely walked Pinch hitter Phil Gagliano loading the bases before retiring Julian Javier on a pop up and dal maxvill on a Fly to left. 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