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Pacific Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - March 23, 1967, Tokyo, JapanExhibition Ball compiled from wire services tuesday at t , Fla Cincinnati 022 410 0009 10 2houston 000 021 0014 7.1 . & and Pavletich Coker Wilson Belinsky 4kiler.f tit Soi Meider 81 and Bate Man a Lesli t. At Clear water 100 001 012 591 Philadelphia 000 051 40x10 14 1-.brandon, Fischer 6mcmahon 8 and Tillman a. Jackson Hall 7 and dal i my pie or Boston Thomas Tillman at Sarasota flu 10 ii mugs ,. Kansas City --201. 001 000 04 4 2 a. 1310 001 000 15 s 1dul ilm cd Baric Drahun 6 and Duncan Lache " 6v o to Ole Howard 5 Wood s and Mcnertney. Ai pm Timi bea1i, fix. 10 innings Atlanta 112 001 120 &8 1ft 0 Washington 001 030 220 19 18 3 Blassigame r it clime 8rakow 10 and Itol nmn Priddy Knowles 4cox s. Lines 10 and Casano Vul. Or Atlanta Aaron Washington Valentine. At of Witrado Angeles 000 211 0004 11 0 Minnesota 003 220 oox7 8 0okteeu, Perranoski i. Regan 7 ail Roseboro. Torborg 5 Chance Merritt 5kline 9 and Battey. Air Minnesota Kosco Oliva los an Geles Ferrara at St . 000 000 0000 5 1 new York n 000 000 20x2 7 0 Phoebus 6. Miller 8 and Ismey. Johnson 6 Cardwell in in a 6weaver i Ami Sulli Van Goossen 8. By United press International the Chicago Wiite sox Campat Sarasota. Fla., May not be like stalag 17but Spring train ing this year seems base Ball version of gunfight at . it s been a Stormy Spring wit players engaging in verbal shoot outs with each other but thin shit a fever pitch monday when controversial White sox manage red Stanky got involved in two different is starting Early this year but Feudi Are nothing Newto him. Last year the fiery Stan by battled with players and newspapermen All year Long reach ing a Peak late in the year whence said to one reporter i won t answer your questions because you re cheating your Stanky s latest Battles herewith St. Louis Johnny Romano who said he was glad the so traded him because Stanky s Camp was run like stalag 17,"and venerable Casey s t in g e 1, who knocked Stanky s new Pinch hitter Experiment for making a farce out of the two Stanky hassles Are the latest in a Long what has been a Stormy Spring. Among the major incidents at it. Myers . Louis 111000010411 4 Pittsburgh 100 000 801--5 8 2wafhlmvn. Hughes 6willis 9 and Romano Law Prica 2 ,. Fry maw 6 and May. Or pits nigh were Willie Davis blast at Maury wills with a claim the dodgers Are better off without wills Joe Nuxhall s censure of Milt Pappas As a Pitcher who dogged it an Jim c o a t e s designation of the entire Cincinnati organization As most serious incident came when reds Pitcher Ted Davidson was gunned Down by his wife after an argument. He was the first player shot in Spring train ing since former Yankee mar shall Bridges was shot in the leg five years ago. Stanky s reaction was Swift when Romano labelled the Whiteson Camp like stalag 17, a reference to a German prisoner Camp in world War ii. When he said that i wonder if he forgot that i gave him four Complete Days off in Spring Ca plast year Stanky retorted or if he meant the regular season i wonder if he was think ing of the time in Minneapolis when i fined him $100 for. Break ing training rules. It s my policy never to reveal what player i Fine and How much but this isdifferent.". Romano also criticized the trades that sent him and a minor leaguer to St. Louis for Pitcher Don Dennis and outfielder Walt Willams arid the. A Deal that sent Floyd Robinson to the reds for Pitcher Jim o did ii t mind being traded in fact i was glad of it. But they did t get anything for me and secondly thay heed hitting badly Romano Stanky and they traded me and Floy Robinson who can give them a Little punch and got More pitch ing which they Don t need. It does t make sense roman said. White sox general manager eds Hort retorted that the club could t get anything More for either player. He also noted Romano hit just .231 and Robin son .237 last year. I would have been glad to make a better Deal but we were Lucky to. Get As much As we did said Short. Nobody would give anything when Stengel said s t a n k y Side to let ? Pinch hitter Bat twice in one game would make a farce out of the game Stanky replied i Don to make rules for farces no matter what any 75 year old expert if he was referring to Stengel Stanky sneered do you know of any other 75-year-old expert actually Stengel is 76. Stanky continued i had this idea years ago when i was with the cardinals. I would like Steven if i did t have Smoky Burgess and i will like the idea10 years from now when i a managing the White sox to added ill be managing them 10 years from now even if some people think to the Stanky took time out from his hassles to manage the sox to a 7-4 Victory Over the new Yor Kmets in one of eight exhibition games played , the White sox and cardinals play Aga n next Satur Day. At a Hoe in Chicago n 010 002 0104 5 1 sail Francisco 600 110 Fox 8 9 2llottkiiiau, Nyo 6 and Bryant Ivory. Sparks 7henry 9 and let. Or Chicago. san fran Cisco Dion. � v at it. Lau Tordale. 004 000 0004 7 1 new York a 003 000 0025 8 1lolih. Sherry 6pm inc i 9 and and Bru Sbei a Downing. Hamilton 6verba.ni -. 9 and Gibbs. Or Detroit Northrup new York Down monday at West Palm Fla. Detroit 310 100 0015 10 0atlanta. 100 001 200 t 12 5 Wilson 5aguirre s Ami Frt Tea a Vannix Faro 5 Schwall a to Avo 5 up slut 9 an Hoffman. Or Atlanta Hoffman. mets repeat mets Blank o s Atlanta is. Toiv ton at Cocoa. is. Philadelphia at Tampa and Eles is. Minnesota at Vero , York n is. St. Louis at St. Petersburg Fla Pittsburgh is. Kansas City at Bra Dent on. n is. California at Palm Cio Tsail Francisco is. Cleveland at Phoenix. a is. Baltimore at Sara Boston is. New York a at Winterhaven Fla. A Hii Etton vs., Detroit at Pompano each. Fla injured Santo to rejoin cubs Scottsdale Ariz. A Captain Ron Santo sidelined with an injured left knee will return to the Chicago cubs lineup Sun Dalsanto said tuesday that or. Jacob Suker the club s Tea physician okayed the return. The third baseman who has a .400spring batting average in eight games was injured in a Collisional the plate with Cleveland catch or Duke Sims last Friday. La. Sprinter ties meet record port of Spain Trinidad a Bobby Brown of los an Geles ran the 100 meters in 10.3seconds, tying the meet record in winning the sprint special of the Southern games. The Mark was held jointly by Bob Hayes and Mel fender two other americans. Ailing Yankee hurler Whitey Ford fires one to the plate in an exhibition game against the dodgers at Vero Beach Fla. New York won 7-6. Ford Lias signed his 167 contract for $65, 000. Up radio photo Ford continued from Page 18 Yankees whipped the los an Geles dodgers 7-6. It was the third Outing of the training sea son for the 38-year old Southpaw his Best. He was and by far touched for nine runs in three innings in his Cam debut against Baltimore. The next time out he gave up six hits and Ona run in four frames against the Boston red sox. Compiled prom wire services a Fine five inning pitching performance by Don Cardwell and a triple by Greg Goossen feature the new York mets 2-0 Victory Over the world Champion Balti More orioles in an exhibition baseball game tuesday at , Fla. Cardwell allowed Only one hit a double by Brooks re Lornson. Jerry k o o s m a n and Floyd Weaver protected the shutout. The mets scored twice in the seventh. Tommy Davis doubled to be replaced by Pinch runner Tom Reynolds who scored on Goossen s double. Goossen late scored of a double steal. Tom Phoebus went five score less innings for the orioles be fore being replaced by fran Bertaina the loser. New York s Spring record is5-6. The orioles Are 4-7. Pittsburgh s Gene Alley single Home the winning run in the Bot Tom of the ninth inning As the pirates edged the St. Louis car deals 5-4 at fort Myers s single brought Home Rookie George Spriggs who had the seventh inning Spriggs had legged out a three run Iri Side the Park Home run. The Minnesota twins clipped the los Angeles dodgers 7-4 at Oliv four runs with a Home hits and five i of lancl0 Fla with lilt of Allyl 11v c i and a had at two run Homer for the twins in a Pinch hitting role. Willie Davis had three single my Arm feels stronger each and Al Ferrara had a Homer and time out he said before signing i believe i la be Able to go six or seven innings the next timeout and maybe eight after that. I Haven t thrown a Slider yet because that is the toughest pitch on the Arm. But my fastball curve and sinker All Are working Good and i have Ford was operated upon after the 1985.season to Correct a circulatory ailment in his left Arm. A single for the new York Yankees pushed the winning West the san Francisco giants beat the Chicago cubs 8-4at Phoenix ari/,., and California met Cleveland in a game at Holt Ville Cai. Over two runs in the Bottom of the kith inning and edged the de troit tigers 5-4 at fort Lauder Dale Fla. The winning run scored on a single by Rookie outfielder Bill Robinson. The first run of the inning came across on an infield out. All four of Detroit s runs were scored on a bases loaded Homer by Jim Northrup a 400-foot driven the third inning it was North rup s fourth Home r u n of the Spring. A sacrifice Fly by Tommie Aleein the 10th inning brought Home the winning run As. The chicag White sox nipped the Kansas City athletics 5-4 at Sarasota Fla. A 10-hit barrage carried the Cincinnati reds to a 9-4 Victory Over the Houston astros at Cocoa Fla. Highlights of the attack were a two run double by Darrell f Chancy and a two run single by a Japan had Little Sherman Wicker gain Tachikawa a Japan is Charles Wicker and John Sher Man of Hawaii made their pres ence known in the second round of the 1907 Pacific air Force handball tournament Here As each picked up a pair of wins after forfeiting first round matches when they arrived latin Japan. Defending Acaf singles Champ Steve Khotim of Yokota Tony Perez. Five of the Cincinnati runs were scored in two innings at the expense of to Belinsky who took Over the Houston pitching in the fourth inning. The Philadelphia Phillies rapped out 14 hits and trounced the bos ton red sox 10-5 at Clearwater Fla. Outfielder Johnny Briggs led the assault with a single double and triple. Tony Gonzalez had a pair of doubles. Phillies Pitcher Larry Jackson picking up his third straight Vic tory As he downed Gary Whit taker Fuchu As Japan 21-6, 21-11. In other second round action Luis Marque t a c h i k a w a whipped Dale Potter Kadena a Okinawa 21-16, 21-15, and Potter was eliminated later by Wicker,2142, 21-1 Myron Horn Naha a Okinawa slammed Arnold cinder Misawa a Japan 21-8, 21-7 Waclena s Art Enty Bounce Tachikawa s Bob Mchargue 21 it nip nyint rpt Froh 14 Toi in a 8 21"7 and Macii argue w3s Eli i Ai one Point Lemma 11 Laucis in a -. Chi Man 91 in 91 1 Row a was rated Heiman �1a-Don Smith of Fuchu eliminated Row. He was touched for two runs in six Washington senators edged the Atlanta braves 9-8 in a 10-in-Ning game at Pompano Beach Fla. Pat Patterson doubled Home Yomi Uris to Disneyland los Angeles a the to Mizuri giants of japanese baseball wound up their Spring tour of the United states As honoured guests at an elaborate dinner monday night followed by a tour of Dis Neyland tuesday. The giants hereto leave for Home wednesday morning. Clay s Draff Appeal continued from Page 18 000 heavyweight championship fight against Thad Spencer at Sanfrancisco. It said Clay stood to lose $460, Clay first was classified 1y,after twice flunking the army s mental tests. However in the autumn of 1965, the defense department lowered its standards and declassified the Champion 1-a.the 24-year-old Clay then proceeded to become the most in popular Champion in history when he set off a Flap heard round the world by stating i Ain t got be quarrel with them Viet the resulting bad feeling forced his next four title fights out of the . He first claimed exemption As conscientious objector As which he would still have to serve two years As a non combatant or working for a non profit Organiza Tion such As a mental Hospital. It was last August that Clay decided to employ Covington who defended thousands of Jehovah witnesses during world War ii. Covington said at that time Lay would change his Appeal and ask for an out and out exemptions a Black Muslim minister i Clancy Jewett of Osan a Korea 21-3, 2kj, and then was ousted himself by George Gurierrez of Naha in three sets 21-13, 16 21, 21-8 Yokota s Steve Melston trended tournament Hopes of Char lie Plummer Hakata Annex Japan 21-4, 21-3, and then eliminated Whittaker 21-6, 14-21, 21-11. Sherman bounced Denesi Washington Osan from the com petition 21-5, 21-2, and Wicker followed suit with a 2.1-11, 21-10 win Over Gus Arrigoni Tainan As Taiwan. Brumel compete yet Moscow up authoritative sources tuesday denied re cent Moscow radio reports that olympic High jumper Valery Bru Mel will compete again. He broke both legs in,.a motorcycle Acci Dent More than a year ago. Pacific stars & Stripe 9 thursday March 23, 1967

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