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Pacific Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - July 15, 1967, Tokyo, JapanIndians chill Chison Cleveland up Sam Mcdowell scattered six hits and Max Alvis hit his Lith Home run As the Cleve land indians Defeated the american league-1 e a d i n g Chicago White sox 5-3wednesday night. Tommy John who had tossed five shutouts in his last eight starts failed to survive the first inning in which the indians scored two runs on four led off with a double took third on a passed Ball an scored on Chuck Hinton s single. After Tony Horton and Don Demeter fanned Hinton stole second and scored on Rock colavito s single. Chico Salmon followed with single and John Buzhardt replaced John and got Joe Azcue on a Fly Ball to end the inning. Alvis Homer in the second hiked the Lead to 3-0 before the White sox scored two runs inthe third due to a mental Blunder by Mcdowell. Pete Ward walked and when Gerr Mcnertney bounced a grounder off first baseman Horton Glove second baseman Salmon fielded the Ball but had no play when Mcdowell failed to Cove first. Ward took third when Pinch hitter Wayne Causey forced Mcnertney at second and Causey advanced to second on wild pitch. Ward scored on Don Buford s sacrifice Fly an Causey scored on Tom my Craw s single. Ken Berry s walk and Mcnertney s double gave the Whiteson their third run in the ninth. Cleveland scored twice in the third off Relief Pitcher Jim Otoole when Demeter walked moved to third on colavito s single and scored on Azcue single. Azcue later scored on a wild pitch by Don Mcmahon. Lead trimmed Chicago Cleveland a Buford 2b Mccraw in Agee if Kenworthy 3bhanson is Berry of Ward of mar they c John p Buzhardt p Causey pm Otoole p Mcmahon p Staehle Pwood p Bradford pm locker p Burgess pm 2 4 4 4 4 3 2 4 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 01 Rob 0 0 0 0 01 1 0 0 01 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 21 0 01 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 0 0 0 0 01 0 0 0 0 0 0 0a 0 0 Alvis 3b a Hinton of Thorton Demeter colavito Dava Lillo in of if of Salmon 2b Azcue c Lbrown m Dowel 1 sep 4 2 4 3 4 0 4 4 4 3 Rhyl 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 1 0 0 2 0 2 1 2 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 01 0 0 total 30363 total 325104chicago 002 000 001 3 Cleveland 212 000 00 a 1 a Buford. Do Chicago 1. Lob Chicago 7, Cleveland 7. 2balvis, Agee Mcnertney. Or Alvis 11. . Of Buford. In h Herb so John l,8-6 2-342202 Buzhardt 11-32 1 1 1 1 Otoole 1-32 2 2 1 0 Mcmahon 12-30 0 0 0 3wood 2 2 0 0 1 0 lecher 0 0 00 2 Mcdowell w,6-7 9 63368 we Mcdowell Mcmahon. Pm Mcnertney. T2 59. A9,604. Sumo summation Nagoya Japan a twelfth Day re sults thursday of the 15-Day sumo tour Ney Here with won lost records Winner 6-6 Asa Segawa 4-8 Mae Noyama 7-5 Kai Yuyama 5-7daiyu 7-5 fun i Nishiki 6-6 Hanah Kari 5-7 Kot Tsuyama 5-7 Wak Miyama 7-5 Hirokawa 5-7mutsuarashi 6-6 Misc idol 6-6 tens Iyama 5-7 Aon Osato 4-8 Tomokuni 4-8 Tsuruga mine 2-10 Futang Adako 9-3 Yoshin Ohana 6-6 Toda 8-4 Kiy Okuni 4-7hasegawa 7-5 Wak Anami 9-3 Wak Yoshiba 6-6 Kai Noyama 2-10 Myo Budal 4-a Fujin Okawa 1-11 Klrin i 8-4 Fukun Ohana 2-10 Koto Akura 8-4 Tarn Noshima 9-3 Yutaka Yamo 10-2 Sada Noyama 9-3 Kash Wado 11-1 Kita Ofuji 5-7 Shannon s or lifts cards Mike Shannon his blast bops bucs a St. Louis a Mike Shannon smashed a two run Homer off reliever Pete Mikkel sen in the eighth inning wednes Day night propelling St. Louis to a 4-3 Victory Over the Pitts Burgh pirates. The Victory upped the Cardi nals National league Lead to four games Over the Chicago cubs who were Idle. St. Louis starter Dick Hughes was working on a three hitter and protecting a 2-0 Lead in the eighth inning when Donn Clen Denon singled and Gene Alley cracked a two run Homer tying the score. Jerry May followed with triple and Pinch hitter Manny i a third baseman Mike Shannon of the cardinals gives credit to manager red for his Good play this year. Mike won a game for the cards wednesday might with a two run Homer in the eighth inning that downed the pirates 4-.j. He also started a game ending double play in the ninth says Mike i have to give Rod credit. To. Stayed with me. Even when i messed things up red was always with to. " pub links tourney Mota hit a sacrifice Fly giving the pirates the Load. Orlando Cepeda opened the cardinals eighth with a single knocking out pirate starter Steve Blass. Juan Pizarro got Tim Mccarver to pop up on an attempted sacrifice and Mikkel sen came on to face Shannon who belted his sixth Home run. An error by Maury wills helped the cardinals score two mets zip yanks informer fun / a leading on 68s exhibition Atit or to v at Seattle Wash. A a Dye maker from Toledo. Ohio and a school ring Salesman from Honolulu shared the Lea with two under Par 68 s wednes Day after the first 18-Hole Roundin the four Day National Amateur Public links Golf championship. Hubert Farmer. 42-year-Oldveteran Toledo golfer now play ing in his 12th up blinks tournament and Art Fujita 5-foot-7,150-Pound hawaiian who graduated from the University of Ore gon in 1956, toured the Lush 6, 329-Yard Par 36-3470 Jefferson Park municipal course with identical 35 s going out and 33 son the Back nine. Farmer seemed to have the easiest time of it hitting three birdies and bog eying Only the454-Yard, Par four no. 11 Hole when he missed a 10-Inch Putter was going Good though he said and i hit the greens real Good Fujita got into trouble often along the narrow tree lined fairways which accounted for bogeys on the sixth seventh and 17th holes. But Brilliant recoveries and a minimum of putts gave him three birdies to tie Farmer for the Lead. M. J. Zimmerman 20-year-Olddayton University student from Kaline s cast off Detroit a Al Kaline s broken hand is out of the cast and the Detroit Tiger slugger should be swinging a Bat in afew Days. Al comes off the injured reserved list wednesday. Kettering Ohio followed the leaders closely with a 37-3269. Four players were bunched at70 Ralph Reed Phoenix Ariz. Mike Nixon Memphis Tenn. Gary Panks Scottsdale Ariz., who had a 38 on the first nine but came Back with a two under Par 32 on the Back nine and John Jackson jr., Tempe Ariz. J. W. White Dallas Tex Graham Walker Rochester Mich., and Gene ,French lick ind. The last player to tee off in the first round All fired 7.1 s. A couple of Early favorite failed to show among the Lead ers. One Vern Callison i960publinks Champ from Sacram Ento calif., had Putter trouble and wound up with a 36-3672. Dave Ojala 1966 runner up from two harbours minn., shot39-3978. A Trio of Phoenix players Don Spolnick Panks and Jack son led in the team championship with a combined score of215. The Honolulu team scored 216. Toledo and Memphis teams were tied for third at 217. The Harding cup team Champion ship will be determined after the second 18-Hole round thurs Day. Last year s Champ Monte Kaser Wichita kan., turned pro this year and was ineligible to Ente r the pub links. Among those shooting a 72were Kene Bensel Spokane Wash., William Homeyer min Neapolis minn., and Michale Sanfillippo a 14-year-old from Miami fla., the youngest golfer in the tourney. New York a four pitchers combined for a five hitter and three wild pitches Leto two runs As the new York mets beat the new York Yan Kees 4-0 wednesday night in the annual mayor s trophy exhibition game for sandlot baseball at Yankee stadium before 31,852fans. Don Cardwell on the disable list stopped the Yankees on two hits for four innings Dennis Bennett allowed three safeties in two innings Bob Shaw went two innings and Jack Lamabe finished. Bob Harrelson singled Home the first met run in the third off starter Cecil Perkins after Jerry Grote singled and stole Sec Ond. Harrelson later scored on wild pitch after a double by Larry Stahl. John Sullivan homered of Perkins in the seventh and Jerry Buchek walked and came around on two wild pitches and an infield hit by Tommy Rey nolds. X new York no 002 000 2004 9 2 new York Al 000 000 0000 5 0 Cardwell Bennett 5d. Slaw 7lamabe 9 and Grote Sullivan 5 per Kins verbanic 7tillotson 9 and How Ard Sands 6. A Cardwell. A Perkins. Home run new York no Sullivan. Jesse is 9-3 Nagoya a big Hawaii an sumo wrestler Jesse Kuhau Lua from Happy Valley Maui is land scored his ninth win to share the Lead with no. 3 Waka Nutase in the jury Junior division of the current 15-Day Nagoya sumo tournament Here thursday. Both Jesse and a Kafu Tase now have 9-3 records. Sixth ranked Jesse muscled outdo. 9 Tochi Ofuji. Intrepid Constellation notch wins Newport . Up intrepid Defeated american Eagle and Constellation whipped Columbia in the fourth Day of the America s cup observation trials wednesday. The four . 12-meter sloops vying for the Honor of battling Australia s Dame Pattie in the september yachting classic had to wait until just before 3 . To get off the starting Lin because of fog. The rules stipulate the race must end at 6p.m. Recording the Best time of the Day intrepid sailed the 24.3 mile course in 3 00.07, beating Eagle by 3 minutes and 45 seconds. Constellation knocked off co Lumbia by 2 minutes 13 seconds. The 1964 defender under Robert Mccullough had an elapse time of 3 09.46, while Briggs Cunningham s Columbia made it in 3 11.09. The dense fog began lifting at noon As the same pairings that launched the trials last thurs Day started moving toward theline. The present trials extend through tuesday with the final taxi Biz Boom Louisville by. Up taxicab and Transfer co., the City s largest cab company re ports its vehicles travelled More than 250,000 Miles made More than 31,000 trips and transported about 123,000 persons during Kentucky Derby weekend. Set of prelims set to begin aug.15 off Newport. After that the selection committee of the Newyork yacht club will pick the defender of the old Mug symbolic of winning the race. The . Entry and the aussie challenger open their Best of seven series sept. 12. Poor visibility forced postponement of sunday s races and when the forecast called for continued poor weather Mon Day s races also were scrapped. Ironically until wednesday monday was the Lone Clear Day. Heavy fog which Cut visibility to Zero blanketed the racing area tuesday. After the race were called off Pattie and three of the american yachts took workouts. Columbia skipped the workout. Unearned runs off Blass in the sixth. Roger Maris opened with single. Wills then threw wild on an attempted Force after Takin Cepeda s bouncer and the run ners wound up at second and third. Mccarver was intention ally passed loading the bases. Shannon singled one run across and another scored a Julian Javier bounced into a double play. The Victory went to Al Jack son 6-4, who relieved Hugh Sand held the pirates off in the ninth. Mikkelsen 1-2, took the loss. Shannon flows Pittsburgh St. Louis Malou of Mota of wills 3b Clemente of Stargell if Maroski 2b Clendenon Balley is May c Blass p Pizarro p Mikkelson p total 30 3 7 3 total 33 4 9 3 Pittsburgh 000 000 0303 000 00202x 4 a Maris wills 2. Do Pittsburgh 2, 3. Lob Pittsburgh 2, 8. 2bbrock. 3bj.May. Or Alley 5shannon 6. So Tolan. Of Mota. In h a 2 0 4 4 4 i 4 3 3 3 3 0 0 r 0 0 0 0 0 01 11 0 0 0 h by 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 00 Brock if Tolan of Maris of Cepeda 1b Mcarver c Shannon 3b Javier 2bmaxvlll is Hughes p Jackson p a 3 4 4 ,4 3 4 4 3 3 1 r 0 0 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 h 2b 11 1 2 2 0 0 0 by 0 0 0a 0 3 0 0 0 0 Blass Pizarro Mikkelsen Hughes to 2 11. A w a 1-2 ,6-4 14,812. 7 7 1 1-3 2-3 1-3 2-3 7o 2 6 1 in i3 of 1 3 0 in i 11 0u 1 3 0 la 01 0 a a 1 3 2 cubs nudge Tacoma 7-5 Tacoma Wash. A tenth inning Home runs by John Boccabella and Ted Savage gave the Chicago cubs a 7-5 exhibition game Victory wednes Day night Over their Pacific coast league farmhands the Tacoma cubs. Cal Koonce third chicag Pitcher received credit for the Mound Triumph largely on the strength of his ability to choke off an eighth inning threat which saw the Pacific coast league cubs put a runner on third base with none away. In that Frame Clarence Jones led off with a double and reached third on a passed Ball but Koonce got the next three Bat ters on infield rollers to preserve the tie and Send the game into overtime. Len Church the fourth Tacoma hurler threw the game win Ning homers to Boccabella an Savage. The cubs mounted a mild counter threat in their Halfast Ron Campbell and Jones singled with one away but Agai Koonce dealt with the emergency by inducing the next two Bat ters to ground out. A crowd of 6,678 watched the exhibition. 10 innings Chicago no. 02000300027 9 1 Tacoma pc. 020 003 000 0-5 12 3 Niekro Simmons 6koonce 8 and Hundley Stephenson 5 James Ellis 4stoneman 7church 10 and bar ton Smith 10. A Koonce. A Church. Home runs Chicago Boccabella Savage. Attendance 6,678. Alpine ski meet Detroit up the 1968united states ski association Central division Junior Alpine championship meet will be held feb. 23-25 at Houghlon Mich. Pacific stars & stripes 21saturday, july 15, 1967

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