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Pacific Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - November 17, 1963, Tokyo, Japan Defeat Indonesia a soviet led by its crack boxing grab bed 10 Gold medals in indo Resias games of the new emerging forces Garefo Friday and strengthened its hold on second place in the 41nation the russians scored their big Gest Success on the fifth Day of the 12day games in Jakarta where a capacity crowd of saw the soviet boxers win five Gold russian athletes also came out on top in mens and women ten the 50meter pistol shoot and two Archery the soviets Harvest increased their Gold medal total to communist which collected two first places in Archery and one in women leads with 36 Gold North Korea is third with 11 Gold medals followed by indo Nesia with United Arab Republic with seven and Algeria and Poland with one As the Garefo contests n eared the Halfway there were reports that the already postponed charter convention for the games would be held the which is to draft a Garefo charter and select the site of the next originally was to be held earlier but was delayed without exp la reliable sources said the convention might begin the official Ankara news How would Only say that the conference will be held it said 168 delegates representing 43 countries would attend the by George Hurley sports writer Johnson Tokyo olympic team earned a berth in the finals of the second annual far East invitational basketball tournament by defeating the Host Yokota raiders 6860 Here Friday in other the defending tourney Champ kanto base command marauders Defeated the Kam Seya Sparks 7465 and downed the Osan a defenders 10895 Fol the right to meet the raiders the Osan of Korea had Defeated the Kuma station bears 8269 earlier in the the japanese who once were under the tutorship of former University of California hoop coach Pete continued their tight defensive play to hand the raiders their first loss of the tourney and remain the Only undefeated using fast break and an amazing style of set the japanese team took a 2825 half time in the second half they continued to pick at the Yokota zone defense until they had a 15 Point but the again with Bobby White at the came Back to close the Gap to four with five minutes left to the olympians forced Yokota out of the zone and employing their Mantovan kept their Lead for the k u n 5 h i k o Nakamuta and Takashi Masuda paced the japanese attack with 22 and 13 Points White and John Shehee each had 13 Points to top the marauders kept their tournament Hopes alive with their two Friday wins Over Kam Seya and against Kam Seya the marauders relied on a 19point Effort by Johnnie Holloway and 13 Points by Bill Scott for the Rocky Bruner paced the Sparks with 19 against the defenders in the final game of the four of starting five marauders hit 20 Points or above to Stop the offensive minded airmen from the Republic of guard Gordon Baker led Abc with 27 he was followed by teammates Troy Collins with Lloyd Lacey with 20 and Scott with their fifth Philip had Wilbert Hall and Hershell Weatherspoon led Osan with 28 and 25 Points in reaching the game against the defenders had to Stop the bears from Kuma again it was the scoring of with 26 that turned the teammate Rohert Hall chipped in 25 the tourneys top Joe was held to 22 Points As he experienced a wrenched knee during the saturday afternoon the marauders and raiders were to meet to see who would play the olympians in the championship game saturday should the olympians a final game Nabil Hassan Ahmad of United Arab Republic raises his arms in Victory after Tak ing the 800meter run in the games of the new emerging forces Garefo at the winning time was a radio photo peace corps at Garefo Indonesia the largest unofficial delegation to the games of the new emerging larger than Many is the Indonesia a Here Are the unofficial medal standing at the end of five Days of Competition in the first games of the new emerging forces i Natl Silver communist China i6 20 soviet Union 1 i North 31 9 8 30 1ar t 8 Japan 1 Iraq 1 1 Finland 1 1 1 0 Poland 1 i Cambodia 0 a Philippines 0 m Hungary 0 2 Albania 1 Morocco 1 Gumma 0 1 Kim cd 0 1 0 1 Syria 0 Pakistan 0 0 Tunisia 0 0 Lebanon 0 0 isrow 20 5 33 7 3 3 doubleheaders new York world Champion played in but Only three official delegations peace seventeen of the athletic coaches Here under the peace corps program have gathered in Jakarta to watch the games and the indonesian participants they the Young american coaches work primarily in Rural areas of several of them told up they Are quite proud of their indonesian the basketball gets away from ats Ugis Bob Nelson 35 As he attempts to drive past Yoshitaka Egawa left and Akira Kodama 21 of the japanese olympic team in the second annual far East invitational basketball the olympians Defeated the flyers 11680 and have also beaten Abc 7250 and Yokota 6860 to remain the Only undefeated team in the five Day photo Johnson Japan the top 10 individual scorers in the second annual far East invitational basketball tournament Kuma Yokota Abc Osan olympians Yokota Kam Seya olympians g 3 4 4 3 4 4 3 3 3 3 105 303 81 62 62 55 50 50 45 41 Noumi of operation for Laver Australia professional Tennis Star Rod Laver was to enter a Hospital this weekend to undergo an operation for the removal of his Laver will return to the Tennis courts Early in Janu Ary for a weeks will be scheduled sunday at 7 the tourney standings w olympians Abc 3 Yokota 2 2 station 1 1 0 0 o 3 2 o 2 2 night 333 shutout Champ new York up Charles red ruffing leads All new York Yankees pitchers in total number of shutouts with Tokyo Japa Nese olympic committee told nationalist China Friday it could compete in the Tokyo games next year As Taiwan or not at the committee said that the nationalists could Wear the insignia Roc standing for Republic of China on their nationalist Chin which Hopes to Send a team of 135 and compete in 10 participated As Taiwan in the 1080 games at Rome but under red China is hot a member of the olym Pic in United press International reported that nationalist China will again take its dispute Over the proper name for its team to t h e International olympic committee before the 1961 olympics Yang chairman of the chinese olympic said nationalist China had one More Opportunity to persuade the the Ioc ruled last month that the name Republic of China could be used on uniforms but the name Tai wan would have to be used on such things As programs and sumo Heap Japan Ozeki Champion Toch Noumi charged fast and crushed third ranked Maebashi a my Budani Friday to remain the Only undefeated competitor in the top division on the sixth Day of the 15day sumo tournament Ozeki a stable mate of suffered his second setback against four wins when he was lifted out of the ring by taller Kom Subi Raguro grand Champion Taiho and Olekis Yut Akayama and of them contenders for the de Toch Noumi with 51 rec Taiho easily drove third rank de who had upset Yoko Una Kashiwada on the opening out of the Sada Noyama was not shaken by first ranked Maebashi a Koto Dakuras attack at his face and pushed him out of the Yut Akayama stopped heavy second ranked m a e g a s h i r w a k a c h i c h i b u s drive and promptly pushed him out of the 29yearold seventh ranked Maebashi a Raguro Yama suffered his first defeat against five wins when he was upset by lot ranked Manga Shira Udag awas aggressive Veteran 34yearold fourth ranked a Egashira Tsuruga mine finally won a bout against five defeats by forcing fifth ranked Maebashi a Waka Raguro out of the tall la thanked Maebashi a Kiy Segawa alone remained without a Victory in the top results of fridays bouts with new York Yankees 21 doubleheaders in could win both ends 22 Pacific stars stripes november Orion of Tram in Tokyo Mai Orion of the Pacific league will hold 1964 Spring training Camp in Hawaii Early next the Japan baseball commission announced the 50member headed by general manager Susumu is expected to train in Kuh Ulni Maui 1march the commis Sion the Orion finished fifth in the six team Pacific league during the Pacific league champions were the Lions of Fuku who lost the Japan series playoff to Tokyo yom Iuri Central league pen Nant individual ords Winner Hiroki Iava toe Toyama Kiy Okuni Kai Yuyama Kanen Ohana Odagawa Sawa Hikari Tsunemi Shiiki Kai Noyama Tsuruga mine Tania Raslin Dai go Hague Soliana Kha Bayumn Sada Noyama Toch Noumi Yut Akayama Kali Hadu Taiho won and lost rec loser 42 Kot Tsuyama 51 a Hiyama 33 42 Walc Noumi 24 42 a Matsukane 42 1m Kiy Segawa 06 42 hag Royama 51 Fuji Nishiki 42 15 Wak Anami 35 42 maed Agawa 24 35 Waka Raguro 33 33 Ogin Ohana 35 fi1 Tomokuni 24 33 Tochi Hikari 42 42 Iwa Kaze 24 51 Koto Akura 24 fi0 my Budani 24 51 Wakao Ichibu 24 Aon Osato 24 51 fus Nishiki 15

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