Pacific Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Mar 23 1967, Page 26

Low-resolution version. To view a high quality image

Start Free Trial
Pacific Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - March 23, 1967, Tokyo, JapanRoc to oppose . Manila a a three Man South Korea Tennis team arrived tuesday confident it can put up a Good fight against the Fili pinos in the first round of the Eastern zone Davis cup tie. The series Start netters Chung Young in and Doo Hwan Kim and their manager Jong Chin Lee checked in after an overnight stay Inhong Kong. In and Kim will play against the philippine team composed of Felicisimo p o a Raymund Deyro Eddie Cruz and Sam Ang first two singles of the tie Start saturday the doubles Sun Day. The switchover singles will be played my Day. All games will be played at the Rizal memo rial open Clay court. The draw for the matches i scheduled to be held wednesday at the department of foreign affairs to be presided Over by philippine foreign Secretary Narciso and South korean ambassador Soo Yoo Yang. The series Mark the third time the two countries meet in a Davis gup tie with the koreans still outto win their first Victory. A korean team lost in Manila in 1964,4-1 and again in Seoul last year 3-2.the Winner of the tie meets South Vietnam for the second round at a Date and place to be decided by the Host country. Grin and Bear it by Lichty after checking the record Comrade commissar is find ing we have rejected 197 peace feelers but have received Only 85" crossword Puzzle answer to yesterday s pu22le across 1-dim 6-piece of dinnerware 11 first Reader 12-yield 14-chinese mile 15-fuel 17-heraldry grafted 18-finish 20-faces of watches 23-number 24-matures 26-climbing Plant 28-note of scale 29-transactions 31-slackest 33-Harvest 35-dirt 36-feels indignant at 39-buckets 42-Spanish article 43-toils 45-Metal Fastener 46-stroke 48-River in Germany 50-music As written is Short jacket 53-couple 55-note of scale 56-representative 59-confirmed 61-Wiser 62-hebrew festival Down 1-Border 2-three-toed sloth 3-Demon 4-want 5-Spoor 6-pair abbr 7-French article 8-beverage 9-temporary shelter 10-goes in 11-beg 13-doctrine 16-Caudal appendage 19-loved ones 21-country of Asia 22-look or singly 25-slumber 27-native of Asia 30-More rational 32-Man s name Ciata sons eth thee ii is ago qg3e3q Cia c3hq 3h it he by so Hhd false he3 3 1 ebb h faded eyed do do bq0 esd qhhqc1shh@ Horas Haas ago Anas Aoa 34-chief god of Memphis 36-repulse 37-puffs up 38-undergarment 40-Stretcher 41-killed 44 Breaks suddenly 47-roman garment 49-Lreland 52-scold 54-staff 57-Symbol for tellurium 58-teutonic deity 60-brother of Odin 11 14 18 24 29 36 42 46 56 1 37 61 19 33 47 15 25 43 52 20 30 48 57 26 34 58 16 31 38 53 12 21 35 44 59 62 22 39 49 8 17 27 45 54 9 23 32 50 60 distr. By United feature Syndicate inc. 10 28 40 55 13 41 Bowling veterans prevail Osan a Korea of three old men refusing to Lay Down for the younger generation occupied the top three spots after the base team Bowling Roll offs Here. They Are Warren Smith Loyd Shannon and Dick Wain. Smitty As he s known fire series of 592, 560, 572 and 594 in Topping Shannon by 50 and Wain by 82 pins. Compiling a 2,317, he averaged 193.Shannon, who used to team with pro Lou Strampe when hews in his prime rolled series of 575, 600, 544 and 548 in grab Bing second with a bad Back and sore , another old pro whipped through the 12-game Roll offs wit sets of 560, 580, 529 and 556 in Jim Murray a newcomer taking Chilson Here fired 189, 196, 217 and 200 in his last four games to come from far off the Pace and take fourth six pins ahead of Jim Riehl at 2,202. Tollie Coakley stepped on the lanes Here for the second time and rolled 2,190 to Edge out Bruce Bjerke for the sixth and final team position by one the last four games they were never separated by More than nine Sticks. Rounding out the top 10 Gereben Sowders Rawleigh Hayes and Dale Misamore. Hunting in Doz prohibited is Korea Bureau Seoul Hunting by members of the Republic of Korea armed forces near or inside the 151-mile demilitarized zone Doz across the Peninsula has been prohibited beginning in mid March Accord ing to a defense ministry spokes to a . Forces Korea spokesman Hunting by .personnel has always been prohibited in the Doz spokesman said that firing of shotguns inside the Gam Paradise has often disrupted anti espionage surrounding the 2.7-mile strip of land have been one of the most favorite Hunting zones since the armistice in 1953. The area has been a no Man s land for More than a decade and i became a Sanctuary for animals ranging from big Bear to Pheas ants. Count Yogi the greatest golfer in the world Well now without thinking you might tick off Arnold Palmer. Or Jack Nicklaus or Billy Casper. What you would be doing is marking a common mistake. Imean for the Augusta National course or any. One of a dozen open tracks Arnold might be Best. Nicklaus might tear apart anything with More than 7,000 Yards on my Guy is More in tune with the times. He s the master of the 12-foot tee shot the 19-foot intentional slice. He is the greatest i have Ever seen at putting unfelt. He can hit shots into an electronic machine or into a net better than any Proi have Ever seen. His name is Hilary Xavier Montane Frankenberg he says and he prefers not surprisingly to be known As count Yogi is the undisputed master of indoor Golf. If they Ever hold the National open in a warehouse loft count Yogi also known in the better retail credit association As Harry Frankenberg would be 4-to-5. Hilary regularly Breaks the course Recordon his second floor course on Santa Monica blvd., a treacherous course with Sand trap Murray artfully painted on a Canvas surface great spreading Trees with bits of adhesive in their trunks where errant pupils stymied themselves. Harry or Yogi mustachioed Patent leather hair not even mov ing hits balls off the Bare floor off steel tees out of cups and gets All excited As the Ball travels 10 vicious feet in what appears to be satisfactory trajectory. You see you see he exclaims excitedly. Perfect absolutely perfect no wonder the pea is afraid of me walks out on tournament pea s fear has manifested itself a number of ways Over the years. First of All Yogi after a 20-year career walloping Golf shots into a Wall in a Chicago Loop loft entered the Hail America tournament a wartime version of the National open in 1942. Held the qualifiers . Those whose previous exploits did not exempt them with a 71. But then the pea gave him a 7 . Starting time. Yogi considered this an indignity. He refused to play. Which left the tournament wide open for Ben Hogan who won needed no further proof of the pea s duplicity. He Felt that after 14 years As the undisputed Champion of Chicago s Loop an the Holder of every course record on links you had to take an elevator to he was entitled to feature pairing. After All who was Hogan a grass playing upstart. Yogi set out on 13 years of exhibitions. He hit balls wit broken shafts balls off Sprinker Heads off Barney Ross nose off ticking Railroad watches out from under shoe boxes the whole paraphernalia of trick shots. His pitch was Golf is an easy game made difficult by orthodox teaching pros who had a vested interesting keeping the game obscure. Yogi took the position his own swing was As suitable for beating a carpet As for parking a Hole. Among other things he did t bother to straighten his left . He advertised himself As the Man the pea feared to let compete and then was Hurt when the pea followed him around with a letter which pointed out among other things that he had never tried to become a qualified player. Records of course were not kept but Yogi recalls that in 70 nine Hole matches a year he hit not More thana dozen poor you can t phony a Golf Ball Yogi cries in support of his boast. Which of course is True enough but sportswriters have a much lower compression and it is a fact that Yogi has birdied som of the top sports pages in the country a pretty considerable feat for a player who has t even one second place on his record to show whether he can even get the Blade Back on a pressure putt. But As population grows and real estate constricts. Yogi now61, May simply prove to have been 30 years ahead of his time. The 1999 National open May indeed be played on the second floor of the Empire state building into a Cluster of clocking computers of faded Canvas Down Felt surfaces and off artificially constructed hazards like a pail of water for the Pacific Ocean a bucket of Sand. When that happens Yogi will be ready. Anybody can play the Gam around real water hazards under real Trees. Yogi says i can Par any outdoor Golf course Ever but it is taking Woode divots that give the measure of a Champion. C 1967, the los Angeles times nats Camino oks pact for $42,500 Pompano Beach Fla. A Washington senators Pitcher Camino Pascual tuesday ended his holdout after 28 Days. The Pitcher reportedly signed for $42,500. Head been asking for an estimated $46,500, the same amount he received last year with the Minne Sota came to terms in a Tele phone conversation with washing ton general manager George Sel Kirk. Boros cops Cash Lead Bascom shooters set Seoul 10 the eighth .army advanced marksmanship unit will include eight men Frome Ascom when it begins preparation for the usar Pac Competition. Palm Beach gardens Fla up Dan Sikes assaulted the official professional golfers pea Money winning race with his $20,000 first prize for winning the greater Jacksonville open while Arnold Palmer was ousted from the top spot this week. Sikes who posted a 72-Hole total of 279 in the Jacksonville tourney moved up into fifth place in the weekly pea standings while Julius Boros replaced Palmer atthe top. Boros who finished seventh inthe Jacksonville open now has $46,687.50 in official Money winnings and Palmer is close behind with an official total of $45,298.21.Palmer s dip to second was marked by his failing to make the Cut at Jacksonville. In third place is Doug Sanders with $29,016.50 in official winnings followed by Sikes who by virtue of the $20,000 first prize has $28,747.50 in official Money winnings. Bob Goalby is sixth with$20,883.33, George Knudson seventh with $14,617.50, Bill Collin eighth with $12,607.50, Art Wall ninth with $12,211.37 and Chuck Courtney 10th with $11,958.34 in official Money winnings. Smith cops net title Phoenix Ariz. A second seeded Stan Smith of los Angeles won the thunderbird invitational Tennis tournament men s singles title by defeating unseeded Alle Fox of los Angeles 7-5, 6-3. Pacific stars & stripes 93thursday, March 23, 1967

Search all Tokyo, Tôkyô newspaper archives

All newspaper archives for March 23, 1967

Browse