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Pacific Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - July 1, 1967, Tokyo, JapanOscar 6th heavy in Champ event four heavyweight boxers pose in Houston s Astrodome stadium where they will meet in a twin bout on aug. 5 in first part of an Elimina Tion tournament for the vacant world heavyweight Crown. From left Are Ernie Terrell Leotis Martin Thad Spencer and Jimmy Ellis. A radio photo new York up Argen Tine Oscar Bonavena became the sixth ranking heavyweight to join the Field for the title elimination tournament thurs Day when he signed to meet no. 1 contender Karl Mildenberger in Frankfurt Germany on sept. 16.after coming to terms with sports action inc., Bonavena was scheduled to Fly to Germany thursday night for press conference in bad Soden to officially announce the signing. Former heavyweight Cham Pion Floyd Patterson and Young Jerry Quarry who fought to a 10-round draw earlier this month Are expected to com plete the Field for the eight Man tournament by signing next Hammer s 66 pacing Canadian open Montreal a Laurie Hammer a tall Blond from Sar Asota Fla., shot a sparkling five under Par 66 thursday and led the charge of Golf Dom s newcomers through the of the Canadian open championship. Such unfamiliar names As Roger Ginsberg Steve Reid Dave Stockton and Hugh Royer were scattered among the Lead ers from very bad to mild. Veteran Art Wall tied for Sec Ond with Reid a 30-year-old part time performer on the tour and Stockton 25, All had 68s on the compact 6,600 Yard Par 71montreal municipal course. Stockton and Gardner Dickin son Winner of last week s Cleveland open shared fifth place with 68. Five More were locked at 69, two under Par. They include Jack Nicklaus Billy Casper Argentine Veteran Roberto Devicenzo Labron Harris and Hugh Royer. Arnold Palmer with Nicklaus the co favorite was one of those with big troubles. He finished with a 72, the same As defending Champion Don Massengale and was far Back in the pack. I just was t driving Well Palmer All time leading Money Winner said. In fact it s the worst driving i be done in a Long he was stymied by Trees three times and in a couple of traps. Nicklaus characterized his round As half Sloppy. I hit a lot of bad shots but made some pretty Good recoveries. I missed five Birdie putts of five feet Orless. If i d made those i d have a 64." Hammer a handsome 6-foot-5, 24-year-old, has made Only $2, 100 in his l1 years on the tour but played with the aplomb of a Veteran. He dropped in two Birdie putts of 12 feet had another of 18 feet canned another of six after an approach kicked off the lip of a trap and put another pitch a foot from the cup. He did not have a single bogey. I was playing pretty Well he said. My putting was real Good. I Only missed one Green so i guess i have to say it was pretty Ginsberg a Swarthy 28-year-old who has yet to win was Al most in a Daze when he came in after his round that included four straight birdies. It s my concentration he said. I was concentrating so Well i did t even know my score. I can t Tell you what i Didon any Hole. I just kept playing. My driving was Wall reeled off seven birdies a bogey and a double bogey the latter on the 17th, a Clay surface Green that gave Many of the pros fits. I played my second shot up close trying to sneak up on it he said then i three putted from 10 feet. You just can t Stop the Ball. I Don t know How it can be top scorers Montreal a leading scorers in the first round of the Canadian open Golf championship on the 6,600 Yard Par 71 Montreal municipal course Laurie Hammer 34-3266 Roger Ginsberg 34-3367 Sieve Reid 32-3567 Art Wall 32-3567 Dave Stockton 35-3368 Gardner Dickinson 34-34-68 Labron Harris 3�-3469 Jack Nicklaus 34-35-69 Roberto Devicenzo 34-3569 Hugh Royer or 35-3469 Billy Casper 36-3369 Don january 35-3570 Fred Marti .34-3670 John Schlee 32-3870b a Verwey 33-3770 Al Geiberger 37-3370 Wes elis a 34-3670 Bob Rosburg 32-3870 Lionel Hebert 34-3771 Monty Kaser 34-3771 Ken still 37-3471 Bert Weaver 34-3771 Jim Wiechers 36-3571 Larry Ziegler 35-3671 Rod Funseth 35-3671 Don Bies 36-3571 will Humenuik 35-3671 Bob Stanton 36-3571 Dave Biclie Berger 35-3671 Chi Chi Rodriguez 34-3/71 Jim Hickey 35-3671 Kel Nagle 33-3871 Al Kelly 34-3771 Paul Harney 35-3772 Bibo Hiskey 38-3472 Harold Kneece 35-3772 Don Massengale 38-3472 Bob shave 3/-3s72 a Nick Weslock 35-3772 Harold Henning 36-3672 Tom Aaron 34-3872 Frank Beard 3/-3s72 Chris Blacker 36-3672 Tommy Bolt 36-3672 Charles Goody 36-3672 de Griffiths 35-3772 Arnold Palmer 34-3872 Randy Peri 36-3672 Joel Goldstrand 36-3672 Adrien Bigras 38-3472 Dale Douglass 36-3672 Tony Jacklyn 34-3872 Homero Blancas 34-3872 Julius Boros 37-3572 Bruce Crampton 35-3772 Howie Johnson 3/-3s72 Bob Charles 34-3872 Jacky Cupit 3j-3/72 Bobby Mitchell 36-3672 Harry Toscano 34-3872 a denotes Amateur. Reid had the Best of the Hole Chipping in from a trap 60 fee away for a Birdie. That s the shot that made my round he said. Stockton 25, Winner of the colonial invitation had seven birdies in his round and was making a run at Hammer his Best Friend until he took a Dou ble bogey with four holes to go. He was in a Fairway trap the behind a tree across the fair Way into the left rough and then Over the Green. Tied at 70 were Don january Fred Marti John Sethlee Bob Verwey Al Geiberger Wesel Lis and Bob Rosburg. Pasarell Graebner gain at Wimbledon York fires Klaus Case new Boss Waterbury . A the York White roses of the Eastern league fired manager Billy Klaus thursday an named former Washington Sena Tor outfielder George Case As his successor. Hal Keller Washington farm director who made the announcement As York played water Bury Here said Klaus will scout for the senators. London a five australians two americans two British two germans and one each from Brazil Romania South Africa Russia and Yugo Slavia Are the last 16 of the men s singles of the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis championships. England s Bobby Wilson knocked out eighth seeded Bill Bowrey of Australia 4-6, 7-5, 4-6, 6-3, 6-2to the Joy of partisan British fans who have been starved of much glory at Wimbledon for years. Charlie Pasarell of puerto Rico moved Forward comfortably with a 6-1, 6-3, 6-1 Victory Over Frank Tutvin a Canadian whose Home now is in Hollywood Fla. Clark Graebner the powerful Davis cup player from Beach Wood Ohio had his troubles in knocking out Edison Mandarino of Brazil 6-3, 6-3, 11-9. Two american giant killers of wednesday bowed out. Cliff Richey 20, left his game on wednesday night s court after his four hour Marathon against Australia s seeded player Tony Roche and went out in straight sets 6-4, 6-2, 6-4, to Little known australian left hander Ray Ruf Fels. Richey s Victory wednes Day night against Roche lasted 89 games and it took toll even of the 20-year-old texan. John Cooper 20-year-old brother of former australian Wimble Don Champion Ashley Cooper Defeated Marty Rios sen 11-9, 6-3, 11-13, 8-6but Only after the american had saved a total of 12 match Points. Australia s John Newcombe third seeded Defeated the other american Stan Smith of los Angeles 6-4, 4-6, 6-4, 6-3. Pasarell 23, had opened his Wimbledon Campaign in spectacular style by upsetting de fending Champion Manuel san Tana of Spain. Thursday his serve and Volley game was just As Safe As Ever As he coasted to Victory Over Tutvin. Now there s Only one seed left in Pasarell s half of the draw Cliff Drysdale of South Africa and the Way looks open at least to a place in the semifinals. Graebner is in the Bottom half of the draw one involving three of the surviving seeds Ken Flet Cher John Newcombe and Roy Emerson All of Australia. Lineup for the last 16 Pasarell is. Tomas Kooch Brazil. Wil son Britain is. Wilhelm Bunger West Germany. Ray Ruffels Australia is. Ion to Ria Romania. Cliff Drysdale South Africa is. Roger Taylor Britain. Hans Joachim plot West Germany is. Kon Fletcher Australia. Graebner is. New Combe be Gei like aches Russia is. Cooper Nicola pm Lac Yugoslavia is. Emerson. Banks continued from Page 18 de the first and Bill Mazeroski singled Home the second. The cubs lost the services of outfielder Adolfo Phillips who started and exited from the game in the fifth inning when he reinsured his Back. Until he re turned to the line up on wednes Day Phillips had been sidelined since last saturday. Carter continued from Page 18 Rubin Carter was the Leader and you the the judge asserted that the evidence reflect a Clear Cut intent to kill every person in the tavern at the he added that the Case is totally absent of any understandable reason or Carter spent almost five years in the state prison on an assault charge being released in 1961. He had spent five years previously in reformatories. Week. Quarry has been vacationing in Hawaii while cuts from his bout with Patterson healed and Floyd is in Vietnam on a Good will Mission. The Patterson Quarry bout probably will be held in los Angeles under the promotion of mrs. Aileen Eaton who handled their first fight. It is expected to take place in late August or september. The other two fights in the tournament will be held in the Houston Astrodome on aug. 5 in an afternoon doubleheader. The bouts pit Leotis Martin of Philadelphia against Jimmy Ellis of Louisville and Chica Goan Ernie Terrell against Thad Spencer of san Francisco. All bouts in the tournament Are scheduled for 12 rounds. The bouts All will be televised live on saturday afternoons by the american broadcasting company Abc on its wide world of sports program. Each fighter is guaranteed $50,000 against 30 per cent of the receipts for first round bouts. The semifinalists each Are guaranteed $75,000. Bonavena 24, came to terms with Sac about 10 hours after arriving in new York on wednesday. The Argentine had said previously that he wanted the fight to be held in new York and Al Joyner " local promoter had tried to sign him for a much larger guarantee than Sac. The Long haired guitar Pluck ing Bonavena who goes by the nickname of Ringo has a record of 28 victories and three losses. The Argentine third in the ratings is one of the most colourful fighters in the division and one of the Hardes punchers. He knocked Down unbeaten Joe Frazier twice in the second round and had him badly Hurt before losing a 10-round decision last year in Madison Square Garden. His most impressive Victory was a close decision Over Canadian George Cuvalo. Mildenberger agreed last week to meet the Argentine in the tournament. The european heavyweight Champion who was stopped by Cassius Clay in 12 rounds in a title bout last sept. 10, has 52 victories against three defeats and three draws. Clay was stripped of the title this year by the world boxing association and new York athletic commission for Refus ing to serve in the army. The former Champion was convicted of ducking the draft but has appealed the verdict. The european boxing Union califor Nia athletic commission and British boxing Board of control still recognize Clay As Cham Only two fighters among the top 10 who Are not entered in the tournament Are Frazier and Cuvalo. The second ranked Frazier has signed to meet Cuvalo in a bout at Madison Square Garden on july 19, an the Winner probably Wil eventually get a crack at the tournament Victor to determine the undisputed world Champion. . La. Wins Davenport Iowa up southwestern Louisiana won the team title Here and. Sopho More John Bohmann of Texas lutheran captured individual honors in the National association of intercollegiate athletics Golf tournament. Pacific stars & stripes 19 saturday july 1, 1967

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