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Pacific Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - March 23, 1967, Tokyo, Japan Nof Houston clans to be complacent los Angeles a Urcla basketball coach John wooden says his team Learned lesson units game with the University of the and he said the clans wont be complacent when they meet Houston in the Mcaa basketball tournament semifinals in Friday Urcla beat Pacific sorry but among other things p a i fic g r a b b e d More rebounds than 50 As compared with wooden we Pight have gone to Louisville with a Dom place Rit attitude if Pacific haunt done so Well against in tickled we survived such a Tough Pacific defended us Well and in sure Well face More of the same brute Force this week fridays other Dayton plays North if Houston is willing to go to the expertise and time to study How Pacific handled Urcla in their Mcaa Western regional i it May learn a few things about the yet unbeaten a study of the televised film of the up game could even Urcla coach wooden suggested As in in evaluating Duclas 8064 Vic tory Oyer wooden praised the tigers the final score didst come anywhere near telling how5close the game actually u v played about As Good a Mantovan defense As we have faced this said whose Bruins now have won 28 games without Houston also will learn by studying the up game that other Way handle the Bruins is through physical up tried its muscle against Urcla and gave the Bruins their toughest tussle of the no question about said wooden of the up it was our toughest physical game of the Lew As might be sex Duclas top he hit for 38 Points but wooden said it want one of his better Lew was credited with 14 but Robbit who stands some eight inches Shorter than Alcindor at had 13 for the who saw their win i p Ning Streak snapped at the tigers won the West coast athletic conference title with a p e r f e c t 140 slate and then whipped defending Mcaa Cham Pion Texas Western 7263 Friday night in the opening round of the Mcaa regional before losing to the now 100 Japan a Ozeki Champion Kita Ofuji remained undefeated to maintain the sole Lead at the end of the 10th Day of Competition in the current 15day grand sumo championship Here Kita Ofuji pressed Tamayoshi his closest Ozeki out of the ring in a close both have been hailed As leading contenders to become the next Yoko Zuria grand Yoko Una Holder of the emperors won his ninth Victory by trouncing to ranked Maebashi a hawaiian sumo wrestler Jesse Kuhaulua dropped his fourth bout in the jury Junior Jesse hit the dirt at the hands of a Matsukane for a 64 Winner Lynsi Waka Zenryu 37 Hirokawa 55 Wak Miyama 73 Kai Noyama 64 Mae Noyama 73 miso Vidovi 55 to Tosato 55 Wakan Anir 64 Kiy Okuni 82 Mutsu Arashi Kot Tsuyama 55 Tsuruga mine 28 Kai Yuyama 64 my Budani 64 Fukun Ohana 46 46 Kita Ofuji Kashiwada 82 Sada Noyama 73 Taiho 91 the big Man of Lew stands spread legged before deciding which Way to go with the Ball against Wyoming in the Mcaa far West basketball regional a at guard ing Alcindor is von Lew hit 29 Points in a 10960 Urcla up Europe title Ontko 28yearold West tuesday night retained his european heavyweight boxing title by stopping Britain Billy Walker of a to in the eighth round of a scheduled referee Den Brill stopped the fight after of the eighth with blood pot iring from a vicious Cut walkers left Cut that had Given trouble from the first v the associated press card gave Mildenberger six of the first seven rounds with one Mildenberger held his title be fore a sellout crowd of about 500 at London Wembley r this was walkers first attempt on a major title he still picked up the 000 pounds bergers share was said to be about now id like to have another go at Clay if Hes still Ayala Able after fighting Folly in new tomorrow Mildenberger went 12 rounds with Clay when he challenged him forthe title last september in previously he fought a draw with the German is ranked 2by the ring Penaroy floors Nides 12lj formerly the pounced put a eighth round knockout Over 31 Ramiro Viries of los Aiti Geles Here monday night it in a scheduled 10rpundl featherweight b p ii t in Dian heavyweight he a m p i o n George Cuvalo scored a second re u n d knockout Oyer buddy Moore of Pittsburgh in their fight monday Moore was knocked Down four times in the Brief fight before his counted out Moore was Down once in the first and three times the the fourth Moore took the 10count and was counted but the Massachusetts boxing com Mission held up purse for a Brief Tirrie after but released it after speaking to both 215 pounds of scored his Loti Eon Secu Tiivel knockout when he halted 205i Philadelphia welterweight Champion Luis Rodriguez took command in the fourth round with his running jabbing style and went on to a unanimous 10routid decision Over middleweight Benny Briscoe at the Philadelphia Arena monday at 152 tired the fight a 75 underdog to the younger Briscoe who weighed in at the 29yearold cuban from i who won his 76th fight in 83 stymied the hard punch ing in the Middle four Rodriguez simply ii boxed his giving him Only a fleeting Briscoe Mark is now 1941 and Rodriguez is Arena crowd of paid a Gross of Wak Noshima 010 Toda 73 Dago 37 Ohgi Yama 46 Hana Hikari 46 Futa Godlake 64 Topchi Anaima 73 Fujin Okawa s2 Waka Chichiu 55 Yoshin Ohana 19 Fuji Nishiki 55 Daiyu 28 Toyoki Ini 19 Kirin i 37 Tam Noshima 55 to Totakura 55 Yut Akayama 65 Hasegawa 28 20 Pacific stars stripes March 1967 Chicago a the Chicago in a front Page took big ten athletic directors and faculty representatives to task forcing the resignation of three Illinois coaches in the slush fund scandal the Tribune likened the action to that of a Holdup Man who Points a gun at his victim and give me your Money or ill the coaches were forced to resign were Pete foot Ball Henry basketball and Howard basketball the in big ten athletic directors and faculty representatives have succeeded in forcing the resignation of three clean and conscientious coaches at the univer sity of the most atrocious part of their hypocritical action was that they dictated to a great state University whom it should fire As its when All the involved have academic standing in the school of physical Educa the self righteous rules of big ten sports could have de in Good that the Illinois coaches were not guilty of breaking any but had Only violated a House and the University could have been placed on but to put the University in the position of having to fire three of its faculty on penalty of being suspended indefinitely from the was High handed actually the big ten organizer Tion boasted it already had arranged with the National collegiate athletic association to up the order to fire the coaches by forcing other schools to refuse to play several features of this Epi Sode strike us As being important no Power should be Given to the big ten athletic officials to order member schools to hire or if the conference can Force Illinois to fire three it can Force any member to hire certain whatever con Ference rules make this possible should be to teach the big ten a Les it might be Wise for the three ousted Illinois coaches to sue each of the athletic directors and faculty representatives who voted to destroy the coaches Way of earning a put a stigma on their and perhaps prevent them from obtaining employment a judgment of against each of the 18 conference officials would provide for each of the fired Small recompense for the cruel Way in which they been the one person in academic circles who distinguished himself in this affair was David president of the University of Illinois alumni and friends of the University waited in vain for faculty members to rally behind the their three some members of the faculty Are Quick to sup port organizations labelled As communist fronts by the attorney where were these great defenders of academic Freedom when the three coaches were under fire did hold a mass meeting did they pass resolutions of protest did they ask the University of trustees to intervene there is a very old saying that people in Glass houses should not throw the big ten particularly the part played by the athletic invites enterprising sports editors to uncover what May be very interesting news to the big ten at least one of these Harlan Hatcher of the University of recently displayed his subservience when he told his Board of regents that the University would comply scrupulously with Federal employment regulations to prevent the loss of government research some Michigan alumni waited in vain to hear their presi Dent Tell Washington bureaucrats that the University of Michigan would give up Federal Grants rather than to accept dictation from Washington on How to run the Many Michigan residents must have wondered Why their George failed to Tell the Federal bureaucrats that Michigan would not be cowed by threats against the state but not it would have been encouraging if the trustees of the University of Illinois had told their Gallant presi Dent that rather sacrifice three Fine coaches the altar of hypocrisy the University would be better off to stand firm against big ten with threats of punishing Illinois by wrecking its athletic 1st round pick Green a the Green Bay packers of the National football league announced the sighing of their first round draft Choice quarterback Don Horn of san Diego said he was very pleased with Opportunity to play for the the 195pounder was considered one of the nations top collegiate passers last season and was a firs team Little Alameri Ca selection by the associated last season he hit on 53 per cent of his 253 passes for Yards and 18 Ive always considered the packers my favorite pro team and i watched them every Chance i could Horn said after signing the Green Bay was my Choice be cause of the Way Vince Lombard coaches and being in Back of Bart Starr is the Best there

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