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Pacific Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - November 12, 1982, Tokyo, JapanFriday november 12, 1982 Pacific stars and stripes sports 23 . To lose $60m on super bowl associated press Pasadena Calif. The Losangeles area May lose As much As $60 million if the National football league players strike forces cancel lation of the Jan. 30 super bowl area officials estimate. Hotels and motels restaurants sandbars tourist attractions taxi companies and car rental agencies Al have been counting on the influx of 100,000 or so visitors for super Bow week. So have Many of Southern California s unemployed who had hoped to pick up part time jobs. The Impact is immeasurable really says Joe Crois Ciona of the hotel and restaurant employees and bartenders Union local 531. Twill be a big loss to people who really need the Arnhym executive vice president of the Pasadena chamber of Commerce says that based on Pasadena s experience As Host of the1977 and 1980 super bowls the los Angeles area would lose $40 Millionth $60 million about 10 percent of it in the City itself. The lower figure would apply if a California team is in the super bowl the higher if Bot teams Are from out of state. Pasadena City manager Donald estimates the City govern ment would be out about $200,000from the loss of the stadium rental and a tax of 50 cents per seat. I people Don t just come to sit in the Rose bowl and watch the superbowl game says Arnhym. They also come for other entertainment like Disneyland Marine land plays and with the strike in its 51st Day cancelling the Jan. 30 super bowl has become a real possibility. Arnhym says that even if the game is moved to a later Date there would be considerable loss. The league has booked 50,000 rooms in a estimated 200 hotels for super bowl week Many of the which have turned Down others seeking accommodations for that period but Are booked in subsequent weeks. Arnhym noted that super Bow week is used by Many big corporations As a sales and marketing incentive. Many hold corporate meetings near the site during the week preceding the game and will move or cancel them if the game i called off. Four teams still unbeaten in . Volleyball by Dave Ornauer ass sports writer Camp zukeran Okinawa four volleyball squads remained unbeaten through the third Day of round Robin eliminations at the far East High school girl volleyball tournament assuring themselves of spots in the final playoff rounds Friday and Satur Kubasak gym the Manila International indians hammered the Pusan panthers of Korea and Taipei International to boost their record to 12-0 in group c. The defending Champion Zama Tro Jans of Japan held off the George Dewey admirals and the Guam Inarajan eagles in group a and now Are group a Guam s George Washington geckos and the re devils of Yokosuka Japan Dis posed of their challengers a Kadena gym Yokosuka now at 10-0 and Washington at 12-0. The two were to meet thursday to decide first place in the b looked a worthy Chal Lenger for Manila in group a but Manila took control and held from Start to finish. Led by Spiker Carmela Farolan and setter Mich Iko Sato Manila scored five first game aces and spiked repeatedly to win 15-2, 15-9. Manila later beat Pusan 15-3,15-5. Zama found nothing but trouble with Dewey winning both games 15-6, 15-11, and forced to Rall from a 11-9 deficit in the second set. Tammy Wagner coming off uninjured ankle and along with setter Aries Gaindo an front liner Kim ferry were in Strumental in the comeback. Wednesday s scores group a Christ King whipped inless Hong Kong 15-8, 15-2 and split with 1981 third Placer Kuba Saki dragons 15-5, 11-15. Dewey s playoff Hopes faded with a 15-2,15-12 loss to notre Dame and another to Zama 15-6, 15-11, while Hong Kong fell to the Seoul american Falcons 15-8, 15-9, Seoul first tourney win. Inarajan had a rough Day falling to notre Dame 15-8,15-10 and to Zama 15-8,15-11, while Kubasak remained alive in the race for 10 playoff spots by beating Seoul 15-4,15-8. Group b Brent was All but eliminated with losses to Yoko Suka 15-2, 15-5 and to Seissen 15-1,15-3. Canadian Academy split with last place Misawa eagles of Japan 15-7, 7-15 and dropped a pair to Yokosuka 15-2, 15-6. Misawa fell to Japan s Iwakuni Samurai 15-13, 15-7, and Iwakuni dropped fro the playoff picture with a 15-2, 15-5 loss to George geckos also topped Taegu 15-2, 15-6. Okinawa Christia battled for third by rapping Taegu 15-5, 17-15 and splitting with Eisen 15-11, 9-15 but the Crusa Ders lost a crucial pair to Washington 15-3,15-5. Group c Manila maintained first place with wins Over Pusan 15-3, 15-5 and Taipei 15-2, 15-9kadena nearly upset Kennedy losing 16-14, 15-13, then Shocke Pusan 15-8, 15-5. Kennedy kept the second spot by splitting with Guam s Simon Sanchez 12-15, 15-3. Sanchez downed Yokota 15-7,15-10. St. Maur clipped the Philip Pines Wagner Falcons 15-0, 15-3and split with Taipei 13-15, 15-8 but then fell in a Surprise to Yokota 15-13, 15-5. Wagner also scored its first victories at Yokota s expense 15-6,15-5. Standings As of wednesday group a Zama 10-0, Notredame 8-2, Kubasak 6-4, Christ King 6-4, Inarajan 5-5, George Dewey 3-7 Seoul american 2-8, Hong Kong 0-10. Group b Geo. Washington 12-0,Yokosuka 10-0, Seissen 9-3, Oki. Christian 7-5, Canadian acad. 4-6,Brent acad. 4-8, Taegu 2-10, Misawa 1-9, Iwakuni 1-9. Group c Manila int l. 12-0,Kennedy 10-2, Taipei int l. 8-4, St. Maur 6-6, Kadena 4-6, Pusan 4-6,Sanchez 4-8, Wagner 2-10, Yokota 2-10. All stars to play at Yokota by Mike Mcdonnell Franz Beckenbauer of West Germany passes the bail As Hiroshi Yoshida 16 and Hisashi Kato 5 of Japan Chase him to Block in the ending game of a contributor High school athletes from Japan and Korea will clash at Yokota s Bonk Field sunday afternoon to vie for 1982 far East football honors. Japan will rely on the 23-Memberkanto Plain league All Star squad supplemented by several special to position players. Schools that will be represented Are Yokota the american school in Japan Zama an Kinnick Yokosuka. Korea will Call on the services of top High school age performers from its youth football league. Mos players Are from the Seoul and Taegu areas. Both teams feature a balance attack. Yokota s James Billingslea a big halfback with blazing Speed will head the ground corps for Japan. He will be backed by Asir powerhouse fullback Chris Harrison and Malcolm Hardaway from Zama. Although Korea is expected to Fielda smaller Backfield game reports reveal that they have had no problem racking up big yardage. John Neilsen Eddie Hepburn lev three match series Between the new York Cosmos and Elle Brown and Robert Mason Al Japan National stadium in Tokyo. At right is Rick were cite j for outstanding play i Davis 6 of the Cosmos. The Cosmos won 1-0. Up recent weeks

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