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Pacific Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - January 31, 1967, Tokyo, JapanIndoor shot put record compiled from wire services Portland Ore. Neil Steinhauer of Oregon beat his own world indoor shot put record with a throw of 57 feet 10 inches in the Oregon indoor invitational track meet saturday throw bettered his Mark of 66-6 1/2 set earlier this 6-5, 270-Pound senior from Eugene Ore., turning in his All time Best Effort Defeated Veteran Parry o Brien i who was second with a throw of pole vault 440 dash 2 world Marks fall in no meet the world rec Ord of 70-7 is held 1 by Randy mat son of Texas a. Steinhauer hit66-10 3/4 on his Steinhauer first throw Wip ing out the record set Only two weeks ago in los Angeles at 66-6 1/2, then on his next throw he extended the record to 67-7 3/4. On his third throw he1hit Only 66-3 3/4. But on his final heave the 16-Pound Ball soared to 67-10. It was the farthest Steinhauer Lias Ever put the shot indoors and outdoors. Only once beforehand he tossed the shot More than 67 smooth striding Jim Ryun making his second and final appearance of the indoor track season won the 1,000-Yardrun in 2 09.9. Oregon s Wade Bellton the mile in 4 09.3 and Oregon state s Dennis Phillips took the pole vault with a leap of 16-4 1/2. Ryun 20, Holder of the world mile and half mile record failed to beat the world indoor mar for the 1,000 of 2 06.0 set by new zealand s Peter Snell in 1962.ralph Boston the world record Holder in the Long jump at 27-5,was a double Winner. He Cap tured the 60-Yard High hurdles in7.1 and the Long jump at 25-8 3/4. Margaret Johnson a Sopho More at Churchill High school in Eugene Ore., equated the world indoor Mark of 6.8 for women in the 60-Yard dash by upsetting last year s Winner Jenda Jones of Camelback Ariz. Miss Jones was timed in 6.9. Eddie Ottoz of Italy won themen s 60-Yard High hurdles tying a meet record of 7.1. The other7.1 was set by Jim Miller of Colorado University in 1964. Tex As Southern s Ray Hicks was second in 7.2. Wolde takes Spain race san Sebastian Spain a Ethiopia s Mamo Wolde sunday won the 12th International Cross country race of san Sebastian beating 59 other athletes from eight countries. Tie was clocked in 31 04.2 forthe 10-Kilometer 6.2-mile race in Lasarte was Spain s Jose Miguel Maiz 31 22.4, followed by Brit Ain s Jim Hogan 31 35. The race was held in warm Sun Shine before a crowd estimated at 30,000.this was Wolde s third Victory in the san Sebastian race which he also won in 1963 and 1964. After the race he received Silver cup and the traditional Basque Beret. Fans carried him away on their shoulders. Spain won the team race with21 Points followed by the soviet Union with 23, Morocco 36, Brit Ain 39 and Holland 53. Albuquerque . Up some 8,000 fans saw two indoor world Marks bettered and another tied in the fourth annual Jaycee invitational track meet saturday night. Bob Seagren who was warned earlier to quit vaulting because of a Back injury cleared the Barat 17 feet 2 inches to better his own indoor pole vault Mark Byone Inch. Theron Lewis an unattached athlete from Baton Rouge la., lowered the world indoor Markin the Quarter mile 440-Yard dash by two tenths of a time was 47.1. Jim Hines of Texas Southern joined such speedsters As Bob Hayes and Bill Gaines when Heran the 60-Yard dash in 5.9. Seagren 19, who injured Misback in new York thursday was told by Albuquerque doctor Frank Coffey to Lay off serious jumping. Seagren said he has some defective cartilage in his spine. Seagren after setting the new indoor Mark missed three times j with the bar set at 17-7. If the University of California vaulter had made the jump his Effort would have bested the world out door Mark of it-e1/ held by John Pennel. I just want to say that i thrilled about the 17-2 Mark and i m. Also very tired Seagren said afterwards. Seagren Yho set the old record of 17-1 during last year s aau indoor meet at Albuquerque said he was sure the 18-foot Mark will be reached won t be too Long he said. Lewis sped to a 47.1 Quarter Lewis Seagren mile bettering the old record of 47.3 set by Trinidad s Wendel Mottley last year. The 49er track club got into the record Book with a National indoor Mark in the two mile relay with a time of 7 5.6. Running virtually alone after the first half mile the 49ers were just one second off the world indoor Mark. Neil Duggan of England won the men s mile tying a meet record of 4 08.2 set by John Davies of new zealand in 1965. Eddie Ottoz of Italy won themen s 60-Yard High hurdles tying a meet record of 7.1. The other7.1 was set by Jim Miller of Colorado University in 1964. Dave Maggard of the Santaclara youth Village set a meet record in the shot put with heave of 641/�. He broke the old meet record of 58% set by the present outdoor world record Holder Randy Matson of Texas a. Willie Davenport right of Southern University matches his far right of Winston Salem state was second and Richmond own indoor 45-Yard hurdles Mark at 5.4 seconds in the Boston a Flowers Lefta football player and trackman at Tennessee uni track meet at Boston Garden saturday night. Leon Coleman varsity placed third. Up radio photo o Brien Davenport Star in Baa meet Boston up Australia Kerry o Brien took his second local two mile record in 48 hour Sand Willie Davenport tied the world indoor 45-Yard hurdle mar saturday night in major victories of the 78th Boston athletic meet o Brien 20, an electronics engineering student from Adelaide won the two mile in 8 38.4 for meet and Boston Garden records just two nights after setting millrose games record at 8 39.6. Davenport a 23-year-old South Ern University Sophomore tied Charles Iliad s 1942 record of 5.4seconds in the 45-Yard High hurdles for the second time atthe Garden in As Many years. O Brien running on a boar track for Only the second time said he was very tired fro two major tests and had Little sleep in the past two Days. He broke the meet and Arena record of 8 39.8 set by John Lawson of Kansas a year ago. O Brien ran second through most of the 22-Lap race but elated the crowd of 10,242 with a take charge sprint Halfway through the final Lap to beat new Yor Veteran Tom Laris by two Yards. A m Bair of Kent College i Ohio won the mile in 4 04.8, with Tony Benson of Australia Mak ing his final Start of his . Tour finishing fifth. No official time was taken for Benson. Boston s John Thomas won the High jump at 7 feet even for his seventh Baa jump title in 10 years. He missed on three at tempts at 7-2. Michigan Sophomore Francin Kraker of Detroit set an Ameri can indoor record in the girls 880-Yard run. Miss Kraker won in 2 09.7 to shatter the year old Mark set by Madeline Manning in Toronto at 2 10.2. Mel Pender who returned from fighting in Vietnam Only two weeks ago won the 50-Yard Dashin a surprising 5.3 seconds to tie a meet record set in 1940 an matched six times since. Veteran Charlie Mays of Newyork City won the 440-Yard dash in 49.1 seconds Well off the meet and Garden records. In the 600-Yard run Martin my Grady of Central state Ohio was an upset Winner in 1 09.9.empire games Champion Dave Hemery of England and Bosto University was second. Canadian Bill Crothers who shares the in door record at the distance was a Distant fourth in the four Man Field. Ergas Leps of Toronto score Dan easy Victory in the 1,000-Yard run in 2 08.1. Taiho tosses Kashi for new year title matches hurdle Mark Moscow up Sovie hurdler Valentin Chistyakova 26, tied the world indoor record on wooden track when he clocked 7.7 seconds in the 60-Meterhurdles at an International track and Field meet in the Moscow sports Palace. Tokyo a Yoko Una grand Champion Taiho pushed his toughest opponent out of the ring Sun Day to Climax the new year sum tournament with an undefeated 15-Day Victory stretched Taiho s undefeated record to 30 matches since he swept the previous tournament. It also earned him the emperor s trophy the highest sumo award for the 24th defeat gave Kashiwada a 12-3 record. Yoko Una Sada Noyama lifted Crappy Ozeki Tam Noshima out of the ring after a Long had the upper hand initially with a firm two hand hold of Sada Noyama s Belt but this was later nullified with a similar hold by Sada Noyama. Sada Noyama ended the Tournai men 14-1 and. Tam Noshima 9-6. Had Taiho lost his match Sun Day it would have necessitated another match Between him Andrad Onoyama to decide the championship. Sada Noyama s Only de feat was by Taiho saturday. Ozeki Yut Akayama felled with a fast Arm throw in mid ring. This made it 9-6 Fory Takayama and 10-5 for Kitano Shukuen Sho outstanding feat prize was awarded to Komu Subi Kirin i. It was in recognition of his victories Over grand Cham Pion Kashiwada land champions Yut Akayama and Kita Ofuji. Kirin i ended the 15-Day tournament with a 9-6 record. His Overall sumo record stands Outwith a better than 50-50 won lost ratio against the Yoko Una Gran Champion and Ozeki Champion wrestler sumo s two top classes. Sunday s Shukuen award was Kirin i s no. 4 Maebashi a Myo Budani was awarded the Kant Osho fighting spirit award his fourth. He had a Fine 11-4 recording the Tokyo tournament. To former collegian no. 4 Mae Yashira Tomokuni went the Gino Sho technical skill award. Toyo Kuni ended the tournament with a 9-6 record. The three prizes Are awarded wrestlers below the Ozeki rank ing. Results of the 15th-Day matches with won lost records Winner Taiho 15-0 Sada Noyama 14-1yutakayama 9-6 Kirin i 9-6koto/a Kur a 8-7 Hiki 6-9fukunohana 8-7 Mae Noyama 4-11yo.shinoliana 7-8 Toda 6-9wakanaruto 8-7 Kanei Jhana 7-8wakatenryu 8-7 Waka Nahima 7-8daiyu 10-5 has Gawa 10-5dainionji 6-9 aha Sogawa 11-4wakanami 10-5 Hanah Kavi 8-7 12-3 Tamano Hima 9-6kitanofuji 10-5 Kot Tsuyama 3-12kiyokuni 3-12 Kain Yania 4-11toyokuni 9-6 site Patna 3-12myobudani 11-4 Tsuruga mine 5-10wakamiyama 3-12 of Iyama 2-13kairyuyama 7-8 fun Enokawa 8-7mi.sogidori 7-8 Daig of 6-9wakafutase 5-10 Hirokawa 7-8aonosato 8-7 Futa Godlake 8-7 Pacific stars & stripes 21 tuesday Jan 31,1967

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