Pacific Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Feb 26 1967, Page 19

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Pacific Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - February 26, 1967, Tokyo, Japan S Manila Ching to of nationalist China fired a thereunder Par 69 Friday to move into a tie with filipino Veteran Celestino Turgot after 36 holes of play in the philippine Billy Casper of the United who also shot a 69 Over the difficult Wack Wack Golf and country club course to share Low score honors for the Day was alone in third stroke behind the Chens two round total was 71 and Turgot put together rounds of 67 and 73 for a similar Casper carded a 35yearold hit his Iron shots with magnificent precision and kept his putts under control on the lightning fast Wack Wack who shot an opening bogeyed the last Hole and finished with it was his Putter that let him he missed six putts under 10 Hawaii asks franchise 5 Goit piled front wire services football league owners moved into the Sli rial Day of annual meeting optimistic about for a player said after thursdays hour think Tye Are close to an although 6p per cent of thursdays session was de voted to discussion the league owners also covered the subjects of conflict of interest and the subject of a league presi Dent also was on but no names were Rozelle the nil owners were expected to set the Date and format for the first common draft at their concluding meeting Friday it pears Likely there will be some variation of the american foot Ball leagues proposal for Separ ate regular senior draft and red shirt redshifts Are those who have collegiate eligibility although their classes have the nil owners Are expected to adopt special one of these May involve Green which is entitled to 10 picks in the first five Vince Lombard of the packers has opposed two separate drafts be cause he made trades last year for choices that he expects to use this the of Are loaded with they often pass up the current crop of collegians and concentrate on the asked for the 1972 super bowl playoff game and also put in a bid for a franchise in the nil commissioner Rozelle said he was impressed by the facts offered by sponsors of a Honolulu franchise but said the league will have to stand Pat for the time be gains in up Zeljko Franulovich of Yugoslavia upset third seeded Edison Mandarine of Brazil in a first round match in the Dixie International Tennis the 2seeded player in Defeated the rest of the seeded players in both mens and women Divi Sions advanced to seeded mens player Cliff Drysdale of South Africa Defeated Claude de Gronckey of while second seeded 1st Van Gulyas of Hungary beat Marcelo Lara of fourth seeded Nicoli Pilic of Yugoslavia Defeated Georges Goven of in the women top seeded Ann Haydon Jones of eng land won by default when Mimi Kanarek failed to second seeded Francoise Durr of France of Elena Subirats of the defending Champion who is not seeded this Defeated Spain Carmen alone in fourth place was Martin Roesink of who shot an even Par 72 to go with his opening round of 70 for a 142 Peter Alliss of great Britain in fifth place at he slipped to Prie Perpar 73 and was ii rips m the clubhouse Over his at were Arda of the Ivhon shot an other Suzumura of Japan who had a one underpay 71ran4 1965 philippine open Champion la Lian Hwan of nationalist who shot a scores were generally Highley and the greens appeared farm orb difficult than the and the Siirid appeared to be dry ing them out considerably making them pre Burhey favo rite a Gupa position to Makei Jii the third Alth Puigh Casper a p Pear de Grumpy and perturbed through much of his Cellenti 0n ninth Green a fun tire camera Iris Casper was preparing1 to putt arid Drew a angry Glare from the american v v he picked up birdies on the fourth and fifth Hole and again on the 12th and he got his Only bogey of the Day on the sixth v Chen almost had a 68 but he missed a nine foot Birdie putt on the 18th tied with one overpay 145 scores in ninth place were take Shi Murakami Yukihiro Kudo 7174 both of Japan Dick Villalon of the Philippines 72 and nationalist chinese Hsieh Yungto 7570 and Chen Chien Chung occasional gusts of wind up to 20 swept the course but generally did not affect the there was a crowd of about 000 persons on hand defending Champion Luis Sil Verio recovered his form and shot an even Par but was far Back in the pack with a 150 Peter Thomson of Australia putted like a rank Amateur on the first coming in with a Sixo Perpar he managed to play the Back nine in one underpay 35 and had a 77 for a 150 there was three Way tie for 14th place among husky Hideo Sugimoto of who shot a one under Par and Vic Allin and Francisco both of the All had 146 Celestino Turgot a two round 140 Golf scores Manila a second round scores in the philippine open Golf tournament Friday key to abbreviations rationalist Jorja United Celistino Turgot p Chen Chingpo c Billy Casper Martin Roesink h Peter Alliss b Hisashi Sulu Indira j la Liiv Guan c Bert p Takashi Murakami j Yukihiro Kudo j lllt145 Dick Villalon p Chen Chienchung g Hsieh Yungto c Francisco Reyes p Vic Allin p Hideyo Sugimoto j Dyonisio Nadales p Shenghan g hos Oishi j Katsushi Yanagida j Tomoo Ishii j 7770147 Hsu Ighisan g Leony Carrasco p Valentin Barrios s Eric Cremin a Eleuterio Nival p Tommy Horton b Toshiba Katsumata j Quintin Mancao p Sebastian Miguel s Isao Katsumata j Guy Wolstenholme b to min Chung q Takaaki Kono j Frank Phillips a Dave Thomas w Hsieh c Norman von Nida a Chen Chingpo tied for Manila Lead others de Triplett Peter Marich Robert Boughner Ron Howell Bobby Lee Clark Ben aussie Mermaid Mark Australia australian Kathy Friday night set a world record winning the women freestyle final in the australian National swimming Ghampion ships in Adelaide olympic Kathy clocked to beat american Patty Caretto record of set in August fastens Lorenzen cops Day to a 100 Daytona a Lorenzen drove 100 Miles without a Stop and won second of a pair of trial races leading up to sundays Daytona 500 mile test for late Model Stock he ran out of Gas just before he completed the 40 laps but coasted across the finish line a Lorenzen was clocked in the record Speed of slightly better than 174 Darel Dieringer was Lee Roy Yarborough was third and Dick Hutcherson 20 Pacific stars stripes 1967 next shop tie junkyard Johnny Roberts of loses control of his car after it blew an engine during a 250mile race Daytona the car rolled Over five parts of the racer Fly in All directions As it sails through the Roberts was reported in Good up Tokyo hawaiian sumo received a Beautiful Kesho Kawashi or ceremonial Belt Friday because of his promotion to a second division the gift was from an american airline the former 22yearold Maui Baldwin High school football player is the first foreigner to reach the jury step below the makuuchi senior Divi become a full fledged sumo wrestling under the sumo name of Daigoro will Wear the Belt with 35 other jury wrestlers in the ceremony of formal entry into the ring at the 15day Spring sumo tournament starting March 12 at the ceremonial Belt is designed with a picture of King Kameha Hawaii most famous King who is often called the Napoleon of the Pacific for his military victories in bringing the Archi Pelago under his looking upward at the airline the background is dark hawaiian King Kamehameha is Wear ing a Brown Cape and a red head it is decorated with Golden the Brief presentation ceremony took place at the airline office in Tokyo before some 100 including Hawaii Orient Junior welterweight boxing Champion Takeshi Paul Jesse was Clad in typical japanese dress with a Maori japanese Over coat and wore Odicho symbolic of a full fledged wrestler in Jesse will receive another Kesho Kawashi from the 442d veterans club of Honolulu to Mark his it is now being made in Honolulu and will reach him by opening of the Spring tourney March the giant 260pound hawaiian sum Oist won the second High est division promotion on his new year tournaments 52 record in seven matches As Matushita Junior division but As a jury Jesse has to win at least eight bouts or More of his 15 matches in a tournament or he will be demoted Back to the Matushita Kuhaulua promotion into the jury class in 18 tournaments is considered to be the third fastest promotion in japans traditional grand Champion Taiho made jury after 14 tournaments and grand Champion Kashiwada in 13 As a Kuhaulua no longer has to carry his own Nia Wash or Girdle to the tournament he will be Given a per Sonal attendant from among the lower rated wrestlers to do his personal

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