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Pacific Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - July 28, 1967, Tokyo, JapanJanuary no. 10 in Cash Palm Beach Dens Fla. Up Don january s pea Victory North $25,000, moved him into the no. 10 spot Amon the touring Golf profession als it was announced tues Day. January who Defeated fellow texan Don Massengale in an 18 Hole playoff at Denver monday now has official winnings of $58,638 this year. Arnold Palmer remained on top with $117,290. Julius Boros the Only other pro to top the $100,000 Mark has earnings of $100,674. Frank Beard is third with $89,651, Jack Nicklaus ranks fourth with $81,148 and Brewer is fifth with $72,344. Ashe us swimmers set records Drysdale Graebner Advance Haverford a. A top seeded Cliff Drysdale smashed out two victories and defending Champion Clar Graebner won As the pair sprinted into the third round of the 68th Pennsylvania Lawn Tennis championship tuesday. Drysdale of South Africa Defeated so lion and Bria Tobin of Australia while Graeb Ner bounced mexican Jaime Subirats out of the tourney 6-1,6-4. Drysdale was pressured to the wire in his first round Victory Over Sorlien 4-6, 6-2, 6-4, then easily handled Tobin 6-4, 6-3. Vic Seixas of Philadelphia a seven time Winner of the tournament and former . And Wimbledon Champion was Defeated in the second round by Walter Johnson Hollywood,Fla., 11-9 and 6-3. Australian Bill bowery was a double Winner. He scored a 7-5, 6-3 Victory Over californian Tom Leonard then beat Bill tym of Tampa Fla., 6-3, 6-2. Armistad Neely of Tampa Fla. Defeated Ronald Goldman of Washington d.c., 10-8, 14-12. Goldman earlier upset fourth ranked Owen Davidson of Australia. 6-3, 6-2. Martin Riessen of Evanston iii., the runner up for the . Clay court title beat califor Nian John Acheson 6-1, 6-0. In women s play defending Champion mrs. Carol Graebner of Beachwood Ohio and Mary Ann Eisel the top seeded Amer ican from St. Louis won matches to gain the quarterfinals. Mrs. Graebner whipped Ste Phanie grand of Beverly Hills Calif., 2-6, 6-0, 6-3 and miss Eisel Defeated Wendy Overton of Ormand Beach Fla., 6-4, 6-2. Stephanie Deniha of Holly Wood. Fla., whipped the fourth seeded foreign entry Ingrid left Dahl of Sweden 6-3, 7-5 and Cecilia Martinez of san Francis co. Calif., Defeated third seeded Esme Emanuel of South Africa,6-3. 6-4. Tory Fritz of los Angeles Defeated Marina Godwin of South Africa 5-7, 6-3, 7-5. Vicky Rogers Rye n.y., sur prised mrs. Donna Floyd Fales of new York 6-4, 6-2 and peaches Bartkowicz of Hamtramck Defeated Pat Cody of Bell,Calif., 6-2, 6-2. Winnipeg. Canada a Arthur Ashe. The Davis cup ten Nis Ace from Richmond va., and a half dozen Superb Yankee swimmers and divers set a record smashing Pace for the United states in the second Day of pan american games com petition tuesday but the Only Gold medal of the widespread Competition went to Chile. Led by major Guillermo is Quella. Chile won the equestrian team event in dressage with the United states second and Canada third. Pan american games records were set in swimming preliminary heats As follows women s 200 meter freestyle Pamela Kruse Pompano Beach. Fla., 2 15.7. The old record was 2 17.5 set by Robyn Johnson of the United states at the games in Sao Paulo Brazil in 10 i3. Marion Lay 2 16.4, Andanela Couglin 2 17.3, both canadians also bettered the record. Men s 100 meter freestyle Zachary Zorn Buena Park. Calif., 53.8. The old record was 54.7 set by Steve Clark of the United states at the same meet in Brazil. Two Yankee divers sue gos sick tar Ana Calif., and air Force it. Micki King Annar Bor mich., finished one two in preliminary diving Competition. In addition Pokey Watson por Tola Valley Calif., qualified for the finals in the women s 200 with 2 16.8, As did Donald havens Granda Hills Calif., with 55.6 in the men s event. Miss Kruse achieved her remarkable time despite the fact she missed her turn at 150 met ers and had to go Back. In the dressage event the top three team riders will ride off for the individual Crown wednesday major Esq Ella with 787 Points mrs. Tyra downtown Atherton Calif., 755 and capt. Patricio Escudero Chile 720. After two Days of Competition the United states had two Gold medals and one Silver with Cuba and Mexico each holding one Silver in addition to Chile s Gold in . Basketball team seeking its fifth straight pan am Crown blasted Colombia 131-43. In which six american players scored in double figures. A pair of collegians Jojo White of the University of Kan Sas and big Westley unsold of Louisville University pumped in 22 and 18 Points respectively. One Side performances also were turned in by the . Women s gymnasts and water Polo team while the . Women s Irene Piotrowski 26, of Vancouver Canada pretties up prior to a special medical exam Given to All female track and Field contestants at the pan american games in Winnipeg. The exam has become a Standard item at Many inter National track meets to make sure that boys Aren t disguised As girls. Irene is a 200-meter sprinter. Up basketball team barely staved off Mexico 48-45. The women gymnasts swept the first six individual places i compulsory exercises. The water Polo team submerged Colombia. 1.4-0. Bouncing Back from a 4-3 loss to defending Champion cub tuesday the . Baseball team won its second Start against Mexico 4-1. Ashe started slowly but finally unleashed his powerful service to Winnipeg Canada a pan american games made it official wednesday there Are no men athletes disguised As women. A medical spokesman said examinations of All competitors had been made Accord ing to International regulations and showed that men Are Menand women Are women. Overcome Patricio Rodriguz of Chile 4-6, 6-2, 6-3, 8-6 in a first round men s singles match. Ashe is favored to win the title even As the United states Al ready possessing two Gold med als from individual and team free pistol Competition is expected to dominate the . Who won the National Clay courts Tennis championship in Milwaukee last week slow returning to the. Baseline in the first set but regained his form thereafter and kept the chilean at Bay methodically inthe fourth and deciding set. After the first four dives in the women s 3-meter Spring Board miss Cossick piled up an impressive total of 252.75 Points closely followed by it. King Anair Force office1, with 250.35. Cathy Mcdonald of Canada was in third place with 244.05 with the other four girls in the Fields rung far behind. Mary Pepper of rolling Hills estate Calif., starred As the United states opening its de sense of the women s Volley Ball Crown won at the last game four years ago in Sao Paulo Brazil Defeated Canada i straight sets 15-6, 15-5, 15-2. Micki eyes diving Laurel dodgers f a from Pajk Winnipeg a second lieutenant Micki King of the . Air Force will be 23 today and she d like to celebrate her birthday by winning the three meter springboard Gold medal of the pan american games. Her air Force lieutenant yep and there s no mistake about it. Micki is a vivacious Blue eyed blonde who does jus Tice to a bathing suit. She is 5 foot-7 and weighs 130 pounds. I d like to win the Gold med Al to justify the program which permits me to do a Job and to continue to compete in diving said Micki tuesday night. The University of Michigan graduate had just finished her seventh dive to wind up in close Pursuit of teammate sue gos sick another shapely 19-year old blonde from Tarzana Calif. Sue had 497.80 Points for her seven dives. Micki had 488.50 with Kathy Mcdonald 19-year-old Canadian third in the seven girl Field with 464.40.Micki said that everyone seems to think before they meet her that is that she s a Man and then they wonder How she became an air Force offi cer. It s a relatively new pro Gram for women and it s great said Micki. I would t be Happy As a schoolteacher or a Secretary. "1 went into officers training after i graduated from Michi in 1966. Now i m doing administrative work with the Roth detachment at Michigan. I m on Active duty and i la be info four years. After work i m Able to put in four or five hours of training under my old coach at Michi Kimball. The air Force is All for re eager to sponsor com petition. As i said they have a marvelous program and i recommend it highly to girls look ing for an interesting career in interesting Micki is single. She s having a Ball. Miss Wilkinson gains in trans Mississippi Faison on waivers Miami a the Miami dolphins of the american foot Ball league placed former All pro defensive end Earl Faison on waivers. Faison is suffering from a Back injury. If no otheral team claims him Faison will remain with Miami. He has a no Cut contract. Rochester Minn. A Martha Wilkinson of Yor Balin a Calif., backed up her open ing Day play with another Fine round tuesday to move into the second round of the 37th annual trans Mississippi women s Golf tournament tuesday. Miss Wilkinson who shot a 74 to win medallist honors monday Defeated Paulette Erickson of Decatur ga., 7 and 6 and was one under Par through 12 holes when the match terminated. Medallist runner up Marcia Bailey of Littleton colo., had More trouble As she was extended to defeat Preston Alexius of Wilmington n.c., 2 and 1. Defending Champion Rober aalbers of Tampa Fla., advanced easily ousting Joyce Ann Jackson of Birmingham Ala. 5 and 3. Miss Albers is at tempting to become the fifth player in trans Mississippi his tory to win Back to Back championships. There were no major upsets tuesday although Nicky Nord Strom of Excelsior. Minn., did get past Peggy Conley of Seattle wash., 4 and 2. Miss Conley was runner up last year. Match play continues through saturday with. The. 36-Hole title match scheduled that Day. Continued fro Page is first base for a double error. Johnson went to second and scored on a single to left by Bailey. Young Bill Singer went the distance for the. Dodgers getting his fifth Victory against four defeats. He did not walk a Man struck out eight and scattered seven hits. Wills scored the Lone pirate run in the fourth when he reached first on a fielder s Choice stole second and came Home on Willie Stargell s dodgers were Able to get Only four hits off the Veteran Law during the five innings he pitched but they made them count by bunching three of them in the second. Law struck out five and walked one. Three pirate Relief pitchers followed Law to the Mound Billy o Dell Roy face and Juan Pizarro and they did not allow a hit. Late sports by the associated press wednesday night 1st game Minnesota 100 000 0001 7 new York 100 101 03x6 7 0 Perry Roland 6grant 7 and Zim Merman Nixon 6 Barber Hamilton 7 and Gibbs. A Barber 6-11. A Perry 2-5. Or Minnesota Allison 14th new York Pepitone 2 8th, 9thwhitaker 9th. Philadelphia 000 010 0102 5 1 Houston 000 100 0023 11 1 Wise Farrell 9 and Dalrymple Wil son Sherry 9 and batsman Adlert 8. A Sherry 1-0. A Wise 6-8. Or Philadelphia Allen 14th. Pacific stars & stripes to Friday july 28, 1987

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