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Pacific Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - March 30, 1967, Tokyo, JapanExhibition Ball compiled from wire service tuesday at or Deuton. York a 003 Oil 0004 6 4 Kansas City 102 Oil oox5 8 0boston, . 7 and Gibbs Krausse. Alter 7 and roof. Duncan 7. Or new York. Robinson Kansas City grower. % to at St. Peters mrs Angeles 100 000 0001 7 0 St. Louis 010 010 olx3 17 0milter, Staab s and Roseboro. Torborg 8 Gil Sou. Hoptner 8 an Mccarver. Or St. Louis. Oen Ecla. At Cocoa. 010 000 1002 7 2 Houston 010 003 oox4 7 2ribaut, Pizarro 7. And Pagliaroni Cuellar. Sei Ubera 6. Mclinsky 7 Raymond 9 and Bato Mau. Brand 7. Or Pittsburgh. Pas Viaroni. At Cleav wat a. Fla 10 innings new York n 110 130 010 29 15 3philadelphia 301 020 001 07 12 1 b. Shaw. Terry i. D. Shaw 9 Estrada 10 and Goosson. Sullivan 6 Jay. Wise 6. Wagner 9 Homer 10 and Daj rumple Schaffer 6. Or new York. Goossen Boyer. At Pho Iii. no 000 100 0001 5 1 san Francisco 000 310 olx4 10 0simmons, gift Avo. 7 and , Procopio 7 . Mcdaniel 8 and Barton. 1-t.alle.r 8. I at key a St. on. 001 .025 11 0 Baltimore 1.01 000 002 7 1tisitouris, Hannan and Casa Nova Camili 6 to. Miller. Gilliford 6. E. Fisher 8 and Roznovsky. Or b to m or a Blair . It at Palm Springs. 001 000-0001 4 1 California 000 020 of x 4 0siebert. Kval Iok t. To Date 8 and Sims Mcglothlin. Willhite 7 and . Atlanta is. Detroit at Lakeland Fla. Rain. Cincinnati is. Minnesota at Orlando Fla. Rain. Boston is. Chicago a at Winterhaven. Fla. Rain. Cincy court nixes All s plea monday ._.__,.at Cocoa . Fla. 12 him is of Minnesota 040 000 0/x 000g 12 3 Houston 200 00 201 0017 11 2grant. Murray 7roland 8. Kline 7 and Battery. Zimmerman 11 Coombs. Eier 2. Seed 3. Latman 6 St a Vider 0 an Brand. Adlesh 6. is. Houston at West Palm Beach is. New York n at Tampa Fla los Angela is. Kansas City at Bradenton. is. Detroit at Clear water . Chicago a at Sara Sota. Fla St. Louis is. Boston at St. Peters burg1, n is. San Francisco at . is. Cleveland at Palm Springs. is. Minnesota at Pom Pano Beach Fla. Martin s Fine Cut to $35,000 Chicago a a Persona injury judgment against Minne Sota twins coach Billy Marti was Cut from $100,000 to $35,000 tuesday by circuit judge Joh Gutknecht. At the same time judge gut Knecht denied Martin s request for a new trial in the suit file against him by Jim Brewer who is now a Relief Pitcher with Tholos Angeles dodgers. On nov. 29, 19 5 5, a circuit court jury awarded Brewer $100, 000 for injuries he allegedly suffered when he was struck by Martin during a game aug. 4,1960, in Wrigley Field. At the time Martin was play ing for Cincinnati and Brewer was a Relief Pitcher for the Chi Cago cubs. Laver Downs Gimeno Boston a top seeded Rod layer of Australia launched a bid for a fifth straight tournament Victory by defeating Andres Gime no of Spain 10-6 in the opening round of the $18,000 pro Tennis meet before a Small crowd of 1,-824 at the Garden. Dennis rals ton the pro Rookie from Bakers Field calif., advanced to a Semi final meeting with Laver by defeating Fred Stolle of Australia 10-8. Heavyweight Champion Cassius Clay also known As Muhammad Ali plays with some Chil Dren in Dallas. Clay is in Dallas to visit Bishop College a predominately negro College in the City. The Champ was not optimistic about his chances for draft exemption by his new selective service Board in Houston. Since Clay changed residence from Louisville by. To Houston his draft records were shifted to the Texas City. Up radio photo mets Edge phils Cassius it it i Mauch bounced compiled from wire services the new York mets scored two1.0th inning runs and beat the Phil Adelphia Phillies 9-7 tuesday Ina 27-hit slug est at Clearwater Fla., marred by a beaning incident that led to the ejection of Phillie manager Gene Mauch. The ruckus started in the first inning when a pitch by Bob Shaw of the mets hit Clay Dalry pleon his protective helmet. When Shaw came to Bat in the second Joey Jay threw two pitches be Hind him and was warned by Umpire Tom Gorman. The warn ing brought Mauch out of the dug out to protest and moments later he was ejected. The mets won the game off re Liever Ruben Gomez trying to come Back after four years away from the major league. A single double Ron Swoboda s sacrifice Fly and pitch brought Home the winning runs. Mets shortstop Bart Shirley was forced out of the game with a Cut lip after colliding with first baseman Swoboda on an infield Fly in the Boyer had a Homer for the Bob Gibson be came the first St. Louis Pitcher to hurl seven innings As the Cardi nals whipped the los Angele dodgers 3-1 at St. Petersburg gave up six hits walked six and struck out Cepeda homered off dodger starter and loser Robmiller and also added two singles. Julian Javier and Curt flood each added three hits for St. Louis. A triple by Rusty staub touched off a three run Houston sixth in Ning As the astros Defeated Pitts Burgh 4-2 at Cocoa Fla. Dennis Ribant was the victim which broke a 1-1 deadlock. Staub scored on a single by Jim Wynn and a hit by Bob Aspromonte brought Home another. Aspromonte raced in with the final run on an error. Carroll Sembera striking out Jall three men in his one inning of Relief was the Winner. Jim Pagliaroni homered off Kobelinsky in the seventh and the other pirate run was unearned coming in the second inning. Jim Gosger drove in three run Sand homered in the sixth As the Kansas City athletics Defeated the new York Yankees 5-4 at Braden ton Fla. Gosger singled in the third to drive in his two other runs. Bill Robinson who was obtained by the Yankees last no vember from Atlanta drove in allow the Yankee runs with a three run Homer in the third and double in the fifth. Jim Bouton starting Yankee Pitcher was the loser. Lew j Krausse was the winning pitched six innings. Krausse allowed four hits and All Newyork s runs. Out West the san Francisco giants banged out 10 hits to de feat the Chicago cubs 4-1 at Phoe Nix Ariz., and the California an gels downed the Cleveland indians 3-1 at Palm Springs Cal. Other games tuesday were rained out. Monday night Dave Adlise ripped a single to Center with two out in the 12th inning to bring the Houston astros a 7-6 Victory Over the Minnesota twins at Cocoa Fla. Adlesh s hit off Bob Catiglione scored Dan Schneider who had walked and raced to second on wild pitch to break up a 3 hour and 40 minute Ball , working the last three innings picked up the Winon one hit Relief work. Not too hopeful Dallas up heavyweight Champion Cassius Clay did not appear to be Overly optimistic Here monday about his chances for exemption from the draft by his new selective service Board. Clay s attorneys said monday they were successful in having the fighter s records transferred from Louisville ky., to Houston. I m a texan now. I live i Houston they re the judges and Well just have to wait and see what they the Houston selective service Board lawyer has been handling it Clay said. He said it the records would have to be transferred to Here since i live said he. Had not been cer Tain the records would be transferred to Houston. I did t know it would happen but he the lawyer put the application fight in Japan is still off As far As i know Clay said referring to a fight scheduled May 27 in said he would return to Houston tuesday after a visit Kobishop College a predominately negro College in Dallas. Cincinnati a a t h r e a a u d g e Federal court rejected heavy weight Champion cos Sius Clay s bid tuesday for a court order to keep him from being drafted into the army. The 6th . Circuit court of appeals in a terse order denied Clay s motions be cause the Champion s draft problems were to be reviewed wednesday by a Federal District court at Louisville by. Clay s attorneys last wee asked the appellate court for leave to Appeal an earlier unfavourable District court decision and for a temporary injunction stay ing his induction pending his a peal. Clay contended he would suf Fer irreparable harm if drafted and lose at least $400,000 in for three fights in the near future. The Champion s managers announced monday that talks about future title defences had Bee suspended but it was not Clear when Clay who prefers to recalled Muhammed All actually would enter the draft Board at Louisville originally set april 11 for Clay induction but the Champion recently obtained permission to be inducted at his new Home town of Houston Tex. This will Meana delay but officials did not know just How Long it would hearing at Louisville will be to determine whether a three judge Board should be set up to hear the Champion s Contention that he was the victim of racial discrimination. Clay filed suit say ing there was an imbalance of negroes on the Louisville another Kentucky draft boards. In the first rounds of. His fight to stay out of the army the Cham Pion contended he was a Blac Muslim minister and should be exempt from the draft. In Appel late court proceedings Clay made no mention of his religious affiliation. Inspection due of cubs injuries Scottsdale Ariz. A the Chicago cubs sent Catcher Randy Hundley and Felix Mantilla vet eran Utility player to Chicago by plane tuesday for examination of leg injuries. Hundley suffered torn ligaments in his left knee playing against the Cleveland indians in Tucson saturday. Mantilla yet to play a Spring game injured his left leg in Early training base running Speed tests. Cubs drop 17 from roster Scottsdale Ariz. A the Chicago cubs dropped 17 players from their Spring train ing squad. In the retention of 35 Ballplay ers the big Surprise was the addition of infielder outfielder nor Gigon. The 29-year-old Gigon. Who has spent eight years in the minors never before had been on a major league dropped pitchers Dave Dowling Jim Ellis Chuc Hartenstein and Arnie Earley catchers Don Bryant and John Dudek infielders Ron Camp Bell and Garry Jerstad Outfield ers Tom Simon and Don Young. No roster players Pitcher Dean Burk Archie Reynolds John Robins and Don Lee catch or outfielder George Pena out fielder Al Spangler and outfielder Bobby Mitchell. White sox sell Hicks Sarasota Fla. A the Chicago White sox announced the outright Sale of outfielder Jim Hicks to their Indianapolis farm club a team for which he starred the last three seasons Hicks four options have been exhausted and he cannot be brought Back this year by the sox. Pacific stars & stripes 10 thursday March 30, 1967

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