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Pacific Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - July 6, 1967, Tokyo, JapanLoses 1st to mets new York a the new York mets buoyed by two run hits by Tommy Davis and Ron Swoboda in the sixth inning edged san Francisco 8-7 tues Day beating Juan Marichal for the first time after losing to him19 times. Swoboda s single in the sixth, the mets an 8-3 Lead was the 14th hit off Marichal and drove the Ace right hande from the game. Although it has t happened too often the mets previously had knocked Marichal from the Mound. But each time the giants came Back to tie and Marichal escaped a loss. This time however,., the rally fell Short. The giants score four rims in the eighth the first two on Norm Siebern s Pinch single and got the first two Menon base in the ninth inning. But Hal Reniff came on and induced Willie Mays to ground into a double play and ended the game by getting Jim Hart on a grounder. De Charles Home run snapped a 3-3 tie for the mets in the third and they erupted for four More runs in the sixth. The mets loaded the bases on infield singles by Jerry grate and Bud Harrelson and a Wal to Larry Stahl. Davis then lined a ground Rule double for two runs and altered Kranepool was walked intentionally Swoboda added the clinching two run single. That left Marichal with Anil-7 record. Sixth sense san Francisco 00 Jalou if holler c Mays of Hart 3b Mccovey Brown of Herbel p in Siebern pm Schroder Lanier is Cline pm Henry a Linzy p 2b Fuentes 2b Groat is Marichal Davenport p3b 5 3 5 4 4 3 0 1 0 3 1 0 0 2 2 2 2 new York Rabi 1 3 1 1 0 0 0 01 0 0 0 0 0 0 .0 0 2 2 1 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 01 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0a Harrelson Stahl of ass Jjones of if Reynolds Kra Pool Swoboda if in of Charles. 3b Buchek. 2b grate c Fisher p Rtaylor p Shaw p Reniff p 4 3 0 5 0 3 5 4 4 4 3 0 0 0 Rabi 1 1 0 2 0, 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 1 01 2 3 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2o. I 2 21 0 0 0 0 0 total 377107 total 351158 Sanfrancisco 102 000 0407 new York .301 004 ooze Hart Harrelson. Do san Francisco 2", Mew York 1. Lob san Francisco 6, now York 9. 28holler, . Or Charles 2. A Fisher holler. Marichal l/11-7 Herbel Henry Linzy " Fisher w,6-9 h r Erbb so 51-314 8522 12-31 0 0 02 0 00010 1 00010 72-387 7 2 9 1-3 2 0 0 0 0 0 00000reniff. 1 00000 hip Henry . We Linzy. T2 52. A26,767. Isyou a Yew. a a " showing Grilii determination mrs. Billie Jean King of the United states lunges Forward to return a serve As she Defeated Virginia Wade of Britain 7-5, 6-2 in the women s singles of the All England Lawn Tennis championships in Wimbledon England tuesday. She will meet american Kathy Harter in the semifinals to be played thursday up radio photo Yarborough Fords dazzle in 400 Daytona Beach Fla. A Cale Yarborough of Charlotte n.c., led a pack of Fords to a sweep of the Daytona firecrackers 400 tuesday in a race that was suspended just past the Halfway Mark by 4j/2hours of rain. Yarborough s 1967 Ford toured the International Speed Way in a nip and tuck Bat Lewith three other factory entries. Finishing right behind in Ond was Dick Hutcherson of Camden s.c., Darel Dieringer of Charlotte was third and David Pearson of Spartanburg s.c.,fourth. The Lead changed on almost every turn in the final 22 laps which became a wide open race after 25 laps under the caution Flag. The Winner s unofficial aver age Speed was 143.583 Miles per hour. The Victory gives Ford a 4-3 Edge in grand National events Over Plymouth the Only other yanks acquire Perkins Minneapolis St. Paul a the new York Yankees announced monday night the Purchase of right handed Pitcher Cecil Perkins from Syracuse of the International league. Perkins 26, fills the vacancy left when the club sold reliever Hal Honiff to the new York mets. Perkins will report to the Yankees tuesday and is scheduled to Start against Minnesota wednesday night. It c of i t . Girl to pea pros resume feud Palm Beach Garden. Fla. A Max Elbin presi Dent of the professional golfer association said monday the demands of the rebellious tour ing pros Are approaching extor Tion. In a strongly worded state ment Elbin struck Back at the pro golfers who last week gave the pea executive committee until this wednesday to go along with the players solution to the differences that exist betwee the two sides. The controversy centers around the veto Power the pm possesses. The matter sup Posedly was settled in a meeting in Cleveland two weeks ago but new difference of opinion exists Over what was agreed upon at that session. In Indianapolis Doug Ford a member of the players commit tee told the associated press that the committee wants Thetga to relinquish the veto Only in relation to tournament operations we Don t want them to Relin Quish it Over the pea As a whole Ford said. We Are no against this Power. We feel that they Are not educated enough i tournament affairs to use it in relation to the tournament Pic Ture. The deadline is wednesday at 5 p.m.," Ford said. If a Don t Settle it Well set up another organization competitive tothe factory challenger in Stock Ca Competition. Yarborough 28, collected $15, 000 first place Money plus la prizes. The race was restarted on the104th Lap after a Long delay brought on by sheets of rain. Twice course marshals tried to order a resumption Only Mohave it rain again. Only 13 of the 39 starters finished. Timers clocked the race at two hours 47 minutes nine seconds. While the casualty list was Long there were no serious Acci dents in spite of track conditions. Richard Petty of Randleman n.c., had nothing but trouble. He could t get his 1967 ply Mouth started when the Field moved out behind the Pace car. He had been lapped by the time he got rolling and then head to pit for plugs Carbury Tor trouble and a succession of tire changes. Petty had figured As a Strong contender. He qualified at 178.979 ., third fastest which earned him a spot right behind Dieringer on the pole. Cale stars Daytona Beach Fla. A re sults of the ninth annual firecracker 400 with Driver make of car and payoff 1. Cale Yarborough 1967 Ford $15,725 2. Dick Hutcherson 1967 Ford $8,495 3. Darel Dieringer 1967 Ford $6,005 4. David Pearson 1967 Ford $3,325 5. Bobby Isaac 1967 Dodge $2,250 6. Lee Roy Yarborough 1967 Mercury $1,525 7. Bobby Allison 1967 Dodge $1,375 4. James Hylton 1965 Dodge $1,225 9. Jim Paschal 1967 Plymouth $1,125 10. Noimie Allison 1967 Ford $1,025 11. Richard Petty 1967 Plymouth $750 12. Frank Warren 1966 Chevrolet $800 13. Jack Harden 1967 Ford $575 14. Paul Goldsmith 1967 Plymouth $580 15. Wayne Smith 1966 Chevrolet $575 16. Paul Dean 1967 Ford $570 17. Earl Brooks 1966 Ford $565 18. Sam Mcquagg 1965 Dodge $535 19. Buck Baker 1967 Ford $530 20. Wendell Scott 1965 Ford $525 21. Jabe Thomas 1967 Ford $520 22. Elmo Langley 1966 Ford $511 23. John Sears 1966 Ford $535 24. Bobby Wawak 1965 Plymouth $530 25. Dick Johnson 1967 Ford $525 26. Bobby Johnson 1966 Chevelle $49s 27. Mario Andretti 1967 Ford $490 28. Buddy Baker 1967 Dodge $1,835 29. Roy Mayne 1966 Chevrolet $505 30. Armond Holley 1966 Chevrolet $500 31. Bill Seifert 1965 Ford $470 3� a. J. Foyt 1967 Ford $515 33. Gary Bettenhausen 1966 Ford $435 34. Don Lederman 1965 Chevrolet $455 35. Clyde Lynn 1966 Ford $475 36 Neil castles 1965 Dodge $470 37. Henley Gray 1966 Ford $44� 38. Jack Ethridge 1965 Ford $435 39. Bill Champion 1966 Ford $455 time of race 2 hours 47 minutes 9 seconds. Average Speed 143.583 . Wimbledon England up defending Cham Pion and top seed Billie Jean King of the ., advanced to the semifinals of the women s singles of the 81st All England Tennis championships tuesday with a 7-5, 6-2 Victory Over eighth seeded Virginia Wade of Britain. With a Bye and a Walkover from an earlier opponent mrs. King arrived in the quarterfinals with Only four sets of actual singles play and a s escape basement with split Kansas City up Jim Nash pitched a six hitter to give the Kansas City athletics a 4-0 Victory tuesday after the Washington senators won the first game of the doubleheader 4-3 on Frank Howard s three run Homer. The Victory in the second game kept the athletics from dropping into last place in the american league. Nash won his ninth game against seven losses in the Nightcap and got All the support he needed when the a Bob Priddy now 1-5, for their four runs and seven hits inthe first four innings. The athletics got to Priddy for two runs in the fourth when Ramon Webster walked Rick monday tripled and Jim Gosger lined his second of three straight singles. John Donaldson singled Home the a s initial run in the first and monday scored in the second on a fielder Choice. Howard s Homer in the first game capped a four run fifth inning outburst after Ken Mcmullen had singled Home the first run. Duel for 10th the Competition showed. Miss Wade a mathematician and one of the hardest hitters in Wojt Tien s Tennis made a fight of it in the first set using her unusual Speed to get to mrs. King s attempted placements. But she was always under pres sure and cracked As expected in the closing stages of the firs set. Pigtailed Kathy barter the 20-year old us. Number 15, took an unexpected win Over sixth seeded australian Lesley tur Ner 7-5, 1-6, 6-2. Miss barter beat the aussie at her favorite game from the Baseline. She meets mrs. King thursday in an ail american Semi final. Rosemary Casals the 18-year old Whiz from san Francisco became the third american to reach the last four when she beat Judy Tegart of Australia 7-5, 6-4, in exactly one hour on the Center court. Both girls were unseeded and miss Casals always looked the Likely Winner. She was Superb off the ground served Well and was always in control at the net except for her last two service games when her nerves appeared to get the better of her. The Pony tailed miss Tegart made several unforced error Sand was always under pressure when serving. Unlike Casals she rarely varied Pace of her game but fought for every Point. These o s Palmer is disabled Baltimore up Jim Palmer the Baltimore orioles leading Pitcher in 1966, was placed on the 10-Day disabled list monday by the Rochester red wings of the International league. The 21-year-old right hander who was 15-1.0 with a 3.46 Era last season and posted a shutout in the world series was sent to Rochester by the orioles two weeks ago to try to work out his Arm difficulties. In two appearances with the International league Leader Palmer gave up nine earned runs and 12 hits in seven innings with no decision. Firs Washington a r h by game Kansas City a r h by Stroud of 5110 pm Peris is 5 1 2 0 Mcmullen 3b 4121 hers hgr of 3210 if 3123 Donaldson 2b 3010 Valentine if 0000 Cater 3b 4012 Petersn of 4000 Webster in 3010 Epstein in 4020 Harrelson in 1 0 0 1 Casanova c 4010 monday of 3000 Bazien 2b 4000 Gosger if 3000 1000 4000 2000 1000 0000 1010 0000 Brinkman is 3110 Nossek pm p lines p Knowles t 3000 roof c 1000 Krausse p 0000 Charla pm Sanford p Dgreen pm Lewis or Yankee Rookie Nof Hurt much Minneapolis St. Paul a the new York Yankees Learned monday night that Rookie outfielder Bill Robinson is not Hurt As badly As was feared when he sustained an injury to his right hamstring muscle saturday night in Cali returned to new York for an examination which was made monday by or. Sid Ney b. Roth at Lenox Hill hos Pital. The doctor decided that the muscle is not torn merely pulled. Belle beats Belle new York a Belle de Nuit $2.gft won the Kiwi in purse at attuned up by one length Over Ameri Belle. Total 35 4 9 4 total 34 3 7 3 Washington 000 040 00 04 Kansas City 200 000 0103 a Cater. Do Kansas City 1. Lob Washington 6, Kansas City 7. 2bcater, Webster. 20. So Campanells in h w,6-57 6 1 2-3 1 1-3 0 7 8 2 1 Orta lines Knowles Krausse Sanford hip Krausse Krausse. T2 21. Brinkman r Erbb so 3332 0000 0000 4414 0001 we second Washington a r h by game Kansas City a r h by Stroud of Mcmullen 3b Fth Ward if Pei Erin of Epstein in Casanova c Bazien 2b Brinkman is Priddy p Nen pm Cox p Havion pm Humphrys p 3 4 3 4 4 4 4 3 1 1 0 1 0 0 0a 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0i 0 21 11 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 pm Peris harsh bar Donaldson Cater 3b is of 2b Webster in Lewis or Dgreen 3b monday of Gosger if roof c Josh p 4 4 4 4 2 0 0 3 3 3 3 1 0 0 01 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 2 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 01 1 0 0 total 32 0 6 0 total 30 4 9 3 Washington 000 000 0000 Kansas City 110 200 oox4 do Washington 1, Kansas City 1. Lob Washington 7, Kansas City 5. 2b car Paneris. 3b monday. So Hershberger. 1 Priddy l,9-5 Humphreys w,9-7we Cox. To 2 09. P h r Erbb so 4 74414 2 20011 2 00010 9 60014 a 12,864. Pacific stars & stripes 19thursday, july 6, 1967

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