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Pacific Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - January 16, 1967, Tokyo, Japan777 to Clay Terrell says \. " " hell fold like an accordion Atlantic City . Ernie Terrell flatly predicted sat urday that his heavyweight title fight with Cassius Clay will not go the distance and i will Terrell said at a press luncheon he is not worried about the fight because he thinks he has More ability and that his fight plan will be to take control Early and jeep has called me a one armed Bandit Terrell said about criticism that the challenger has a left but no right but when i get in the ring hell think i m an r the Rangy 6-foot-6 Terrell later took newsmen to his pleasant #. /-., Ville ., training Camp where he looked extremely Sharp in going five rounds with two spar ring partners. He knocked Down Leotis Martin with a stiff right in the third and hit Billy Williams an Amateur at will. Terrell who is 27 and two years older than Clay said he would break. Camp sunday and Fly to Houston for three weeks of train ing before the fight there feb. 6in the Astrodome. Terrell who said he now weighs 214 pounds but wants to trim Down to 209 for the fight stated he was neither frightened nor impressed with Clay s devastating defeat of Cleveland Williams in the same Arena last november. I saw nothing i Haven t seen before he said. I maintain that Clay is an incomplete fighter who will fall the first time a meets anybody who will fight him properly. I sparred with him when we were both much younger and after a few sessions he wanted no More of the part time Rock n Roll Singer said he believed Clay abhors punishment of any sort and will fold like the proverbial accordion the first time he is hit hard. Baxter fires Ace say it Ain a Joe new York jets quarterback Joe Nat Siath is Cool under fire in american football league action and go go girls Don t seem to faze him either. Namath apparently does t notice a wild go go girl dancing above his head while be attends a birthday party for comedian Joe e. Lewis 65, at a Miami night club. Up radio photo Honor new York up new York met coach Yog Iberra saturday was named Winner of the William j. Slocum memorial award for Long and meritorious service to baseball by the new York chapter of the baseball writers Assn. Of America. Berra an All Star Catcher for 17 years with the Yan Kees and a Pennant winning manager for Therri in 1964, will be honoured at the chapter s annual dinner and show kill pads n in ski Cap Wengen Switzerland a Jean Claude Killy and Leo Lac Roix of France repeated their great world championship double saturday by placing first and Sec Ond in the Lau erhorn ski classic first major downhill of. The sea Champion Killy clocked -3 06.76 Over the 4,200-meter course which plunged 1,012 meters to the finishing line. Lacroix had 3 07.05 and Jean Daniel Daetwyler of Switzerland was unofficially third in 3 07.61.the hair raising race was run in nightmarish conditions. There a steady snowfall and the warm Foehn. Wind made the track soft and wet giving the Early starters a big advantage. With his Victory in the Lauber Horn downhill Killy widened his Lead in the intermediate men s endings of the world ski cup Killy now leads with 776 Points followed by Lacroix and George Mauduit also of prance. Heim Hessner of Austria is fourth with 36 and Jules Melquiond France and Willy Favre Switzerland a tied in fifth place with 20 Point each. Houston Tex. Clay knocked Dow mate Mel Turnbow once during a Clay s feb. 6 weight Champton Slu fight Ernie Terrell in Houston. Clay landed three solid rights to the head and some hard lefts to the Nii Section during a three round session., with Turnbow. Trainer Angelo Dundee said the Champ will continue to work hard on body punches. He will have to get under Terrell s Long left jabs and work on the big fellow s in the Clay also went three rounds with Jimmy Ellis. Dundee disclosed some of his fighter s strategy for his title bout against Terrell Dundee said what we have to do is Stop Terrell from grabbing and clutching and the Best Way to do that is hit him in the belly until his hands come Down arid then Nail Hihi. We be got to nullify his Jab. We be got to beat him to it surround him and get around it get inside and out Side of the Jab and let shots go from either direction Dundee Calls Terrell the most dangerous opponent Clay has faced. Goalby Glover Lead with 132s san Diego Cal. A Veteran Bob Goalby an Jyoung Randy Glover shot into the second round Lead with scores of to under Pax 132 Friday in the $66,000 Sari Diego Golf tournament Goalby who has been in a tremendous slump fired seven under Par 64, and the 25-year-old Glover added a 67 to Liis earlier 65 Over the 6,783-Yard, Par-71 stardust country club course. 195 cars Start rally to Monaco Monte Carlo a a Sud Den warm spell Over much of Europe saturday promised better than expected roads for the 195 starting cars in the Monte Carlo Jan. 29. Baltimore s Frank Robin son will receive the Sid Mercer memorial award As player of the year at the same affair. During his playing Days Yogi compiled a .285 batting average and was named the american eague s most valuable player three times. Ironman. Lou Gehrig was the Only Yankee to appear in More games surpassing Berra s 2,116 games by 48. Yogi was fired As Yankee Man Ager after losing the 1964 world Grin Elwald Switzerland Canada Gal wins again series to the St. Louis cardinals. He joined the mets shortly there after As a player coach. He participated in four games with the National league club before Call ing it a career a permanently. Matty Heads . Loop Santo Domingo . A Matty Alou of the Pittsburgh pirates the National league Bat Ting Champion also is Champion of the dominican baseball league tallying a .3 53 average when the season closed saturday. Up Nancy Greene of Canada outclassed her opponents in the downhill event of the International women s ski races Here beating her closest rival by almost two seconds. Miss Greene clocked 2 minutes 5.32 seconds and won the race in the second half of the run after she trailed France s Isabelle Mir at the Halfway Mark by a few tenths of a second. Miss Mir came in second with a time of 2 06.79, followed by Florence Steurer of France in 2 07.48 and Giustina Demetz of Italy in 2 07.49. Rally. The last of the cars left Satur Day from widely spread cities. All were headed for steady Day and night driving until monday s arrival Here. Only one dropout was reported so far a private French entry that halted near. Rheims. The other starting Points were Oslo where the Flag went Down Friday and Dover Frankfurt Lisbon Athens Warsaw and Monte Carlo. Checkpoints at Amiens on the Rheims itinerary and Bialystok on the Warsaw itinerary reported several cars already running be Hind schedule. A total of 117 cars checked in Here saturday. Thirty cars checked in on the Dover route. Britons Gordon King and Graham Marlow in a co Tim Lotus were the first to clock in another 32 roared in on the Frankfurt route led by French Man Pierre Boucher and Hubei sublet in an opel Wadett. On the Rheims route 55 car. Checked in led by Andrew Cowan and Brian Coyle of Britain in i Sunbeam. Control operations ended after. All the teams had driven off to Hengelo the Netherlands. They had a three stroke Lead ver Tommy Bolt 1858 National open Champion and Chris Block 3r, a relative newcomer tied at 135. -.-. Bolt crushed the course s big Par-5 holes for a 68 while Blocker shot a steady 67. Art Wall jr., masters Cham Rion and golfer of the year in .959, putted phenomenally for a 35, which placed him in a lie at .36 with former pea Champion Sobby Nichols with a second found 70, and Ronnie Reif with Lis second straight 68. Jerry Steelsmith whose 64 led he first round skyrocketed to a 7511 shots Over his first Day s Effort for 139. The two reigning National Cham pions pea titleholder Al Geiber Ger and . Open Winner Billy Casper managed to hang on but neither made a Strong move for the $13,200 first Money. Rex Baxter scored the first Hole in one of the 1967 pro tour. Baxter used a one Iron to get his Ace on the 207-Yard 18th Hole. During the first round Baxter had hit a two Iron shot that hit the Flag on the 18th Hole and Droppel three inches away. Despite the Hole in one Baxter wound up with a 36-Hole score of 142 with rounds of 71-71, and barely made the Cut. The golfers had to score 143 or better to qualify for the remaining two rounds saturday and sunday. Gas House gang s Gelbert Dies of 60 Easton a. Up Charlie \ Gelbert began his professional _ _. I 1 11-. J1_ to _ _ a _ Gelbert shortstop for the St. Louis baseball career with Rochester cardinals Gas House gang in the n.y., in 1928 before joining the 1930s and baseball coach at cardinals. He hit .358 in the 1930lafayette College since 1945, died world series after hitting .304 after a heart attack Friday night that year in his Best season. Gelbert 60, was taken to Easton Gelbert held a world series re Hospital in critical condition after Cord of 78 chances without an he was stricken at his Home. Error. He later played with Cincinnati Detroit and Washington and concluded his career with the Boston red sox in 1940. While at Lafayette his teams compiled 307 victories and 176 losses. They have played in the Mcaa District 2 playoffs eight times and won five titles. Koufax Mays cited in Tulsa Tulsa Olda. A Sandy Koufax retired los Angeles dodger pitching Star received the third annual Pepper Martin memorial award in Tulsa Friday goes to the major leaguer who Best exemplifies the fighting spirit of the late St. Louis car Dinal Star. Koufax suffering from arthritis retired this Winter and will do baseball commentary on television. San Francisco giant Star Wil lie Mays also received an award at the gathering. Pacific stars & stripes 21monday, Jan. 16, 1967

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