Pacific Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Feb 27 1967, Page 19

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Pacific Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - February 27, 1967, Tokyo, Japan A Chen Chingpo holds three stroke Lead Manila a conservative stylist from nationalist saturday fired an even Par 72 to take a three stroke Lead Over a faltering Field in the third round of the Philip Pine open Golf Billy Casper of the United pre tourney blew to four overpay 76 As he was apparently bothered by an at tack of Peter Alliss of great Britain had a 75 on the increasingly difficult Wack Wack Golf and coun try club filipino vet eran Celestino who tied with the 35yearold Chen after the second also had a three overpay 75 As his game continued to lose the razor Sharp Edge that enabled him to fire a record tying 67 in the opening Chen had a four underpay three round total of he three putted the difficult Isth Hole Cost him a subpar round he played it All they Way As he tried the Center of the greens with his approach shots rather than Tak ing dead aim on the Flag a dangerous adventure on the leads of Panama Weaver of the shot an Eagle and six birdies and vaulted into a four stroke Lead at the Halfway Mark of the Panama open Golf Cham Ramon Sota of Spain shot a 74 to drop from a third place tie to a seventh place tie at 143 with Canadian Champion Wilf Home Weaver covered the course with a seven underpay 64 for a two Day total of Art Wall of the a former Panama open Champion and one of the carded a 69 to pull himself into a place tie with Labron Harris and Dick also of the All have Alfonso Bohorquez of Columbia shot a 69 to tie for third place at 139 with Don Bob to try for 177 Baltimore sea who set a world indoor pole vault record of 17 feet 3 inches a week seeks to better John fennels outdoor Mark of 176 saturday night in the Al Eastern invitational track and Field meet Seagren participated in a track meet at Toronto Friday he cleared 168 and then caught a plane to make the Al Eastern i dont care about three said i want seven id like to hit 18 feet indoors this and i think its Tommy former world record Holder for the indoor half also seeks to regain his farrells record was broken twice last week with Jim Ryun lowering it to Bill co Holder of the indoor 60yard dash record at and former olympic High jumper John Thomas also Are entered in the thirteen events Are scheduled for men and five for precariously hard greens three strokes behind Chen in Hisashi Suzumura of Japan and la Liang Huah of nationalist All with Onei Inderpal totals of a Surprise contender from the Miyoshi country club of Japan who turned pro Only four years shot a 1965 philippine open also had a next in line at 216 were Amateur Hsu Shenghan of nationalist China and Takashi another Young and surprisingly Good japanese Murakami stunned More than fans who turned out on this Cloudy but windless Day when he toured the front nine with a spectacular five underpay he started out with four straight birdies he Sank a 15foot putt on the second an 18footer on the fourth and a 20fpoter on the eighth Hole which gave him his fifth Birdie of the but trouble struck Murakami in the 10th when he put his Sec Ond shot into a then three putted for a double bogey he also hit bunkers on the 15tli and 16th where he took consecutive and finished the afternoon with a on under Par a tall belter with an almost perfect turned in the Days lowest round with a sparkling three underpaid had Hsu been a he would have won pesos As Low shooter of the whose 76 put him five strokes behind the was tied with Tomoo Ishii of who fired his second consecutive round of 70 after his dismal Start at Caspers wife Shirley said her husband hardly slept at All Friday night because of his sinus Casper had to play without his which he broke Friday on the second Star was off his game right from the taking bogeys on the second and third holes when he hit a Bunker on one Hole and then three putted the he went three Over Par when he hit into the the eighth Hole but lie Sank a 25foot putt on the ninth to go out in Casper canned a 15foot Birdie putt on the 10th and appeared to recover until he three putted the i4th Hole for a bogey he picked up two More bogeys on 20 Pacific stars stripes 1967 57yearow fired d 67 by Dick Kelly sports writer Manila the slightly built 51yearold filipino stood looking Down at an eight Inch putt he had left he was speak and could hardly he didst even hear the wild applause of the fans stand ing around Greenl Celestino Turgot had just pulled an amazing re covery shot from a Sarid Bunker and had left him self with a four foot putt on the 18th for a Par and a possible course rec he misread Turgot his first Green of the a left to right and the Ball just brushed the top Edge of the whom Many had already decided was too old to go in quest of his seventh philippine open bogeyed the 18th Hole by missing the four foot putt settled for a 67 to tie his own record set in Celestino might not have been but he had the course buzzing As he picked up a Check for for firing his the Best round on the opening Day of the a Guy next to us sex i sure Hope i can play Golf like that when in asked his he said proudly with a toothless 50 and he didst even Carter playing out of had the Early View ers at the tourney somewhat amused and he was running Down the 17th Fairway while his two companions were still on the tee waiting to seems the a Leatherneck was in the first threesome that teed off at in the while the others were lagging Carter kept pushing at three straight holes on the Back the marshal kept approaching Carter and telling him to Speed up while saying nothing to his slower moving at the hed had Smith teed hit and sped Down the Fairway while the others just looked in he putted out first and ran to the next tee to wait for the he led the tournament on the opening the second foursome came the face of Kim coordinator for the far East was just a Little redder than he was As Are Many of the pros about the Rule governing payoffs this is the Only tournament in the he where an Amateur can Cut a pro out of if an Amateur scores lower than the the Money reverts to the any where the amateurs score just Doest count when it comes to Cash and the next higher pro picks up the Money for the Posi before coming i talked with Leo executive Secre tary of the american and he told me that nowhere will our pros play under these Condi one of the pros Here was asked How he was doing at the end of the opening he was two v of not someone he if you have to be and youre not one then its Nice to be Only two the hotel room boy came in Early the other morning after hearing that this reporter was out late at the philippine open welcoming party great under ground communications system he had a a bottle of growls about waking a Man up in the Middle of the night sent him fleeing for his not taking any the do not disturb sign was put out the next night and the next under the do not disturb sign was a note in red grease Pencil which added especially after Wack Wack Weie friends the 16th and 17th holes when he missed the Alliss and Ben Arda of the Philippines were next in line with 218 so Many other play had trouble with his he three putted three consecutive greens on the Back nine to spoil what otherwise would have been an acceptable defending Champion Luis Sil Verio of the Philippines had his second consecutive even Par round of 72 but his 222 put him Well Back in the Peter five time Brit ish open could do no better than which gave him a 223 Golf scores compiled from a and up scorers after saturdays third round of the Philip Pine open Golf tournament key to abbreviations us Cheri Chingpo c Celestino Turgot p la Lianghua c Sumimura j Murakami j Shen san c Tomoo Ishii j Billy us Ben Arda p Peter Alliss b Hsieh Yungto c Kenji hos Oishi Yukihiro Kudo j Vic Allin p k Tommy Horton b Dick Villa Loii p Francisco Reyes p Chen Chienchung min Chung c Valentin Barrios s Guy Wolstenholme b Silverio p to Sligo Katsumata j Eleuterio Nival p Dionisio Nadales p Hsu Chisan c Hsieh Minnan c Yoshimasa Fuji j Nakabe j Isao Kalis Umata j Peter Thomson a Martin Takaaki Kono j Katsushi Yanagida j Chienching c Norman von a Paterno Braza p Hideyo Sugimoto j de Triplett us 757374222 kicks Call Deutsch new York up Rookie guard Dave Deutsch of the University of Rochester was reactivated by the new York knickerbockers saturday to replace the injured Dick the 6footl Deutsch had been placed on waivers last week to make room for Howard who returned from the injured Seagren misses Pean hurdle Champion Eddie Ottoz of Italy toppled previously unbeaten american Willie Daven port Friday night at the 10th Maple Leaf indoor track Ottoz won the 50yard hurdles in 6 seconds on tenth of a second off the world record held by Detroit Hayes Daven port of Southern unbeaten this indoor season in 23 straight was second in and Russ Rogers of new Yorks grand Street boys club was third in wyomia Tyus of Tennessee state failed to lower her indoor world record of seconds in the 50yard clash set Here last year As she won the event with a second she beat mar Jorie Turner of Winnipeg varsity who was second in Southern californian world in door record pole vaulter Bob Seagren went 168 to win the the 20yearold Ace failed in three attempts at 174 in an attempt to break his indoor world Mark of 173 set last Mel Hein of the Southern Cali fornia strides was second in Vancouver Harry Jerome won the mens 50yard dash in seconds to equal the meet record set last it was just a tenth of a second off the world theron Lewis of Baton scored an easy Victory in the 600yard run in he led All the Way Over Bill Gardner of Santa Clara who finished in russian Taisia Chenchik and Eleanor Montgomery of Tennes see state tied for first in the women High jump at both women bettered the meet record set Here last year by miss Mont Gomery by of an Estelle also of Tennessee soviets Boot Waseda Tokyo a the soviet olympic soccer team put on pressure to defeat Waseda uni japans to ranking Dele 71 Here saturday before in the third match of its fou game Goodwill Japan Russia has won three was third at Parry Obrien of los Angeles tossed the shot to beat George puce of the University of who reached Mamie Rallins of Chicago won the women 50yard hurdles in seconds to beat Jenny Meldrum of both were clocked in Lottie Thomas of Tennessee state was third in Dave Canadas first and Only sub four minute won the mile in the Jim of Oregon was three seconds behind Sam Bair of Kent state was second in Toronto Dave Ellis won the three mile run in defeat ing Van Arthur Nelson of Cloud state College by eight tenths of a second and Derek Graham of great Britain by Toronto Abby Hoffman won the women 880yard run with a time of Madeline Manning of Cleveland was second at and Francie Kraker of Michigan was third in

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