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Pacific Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - September 6, 1983, Tokyo, JapanTuesday september 6,1983 Pacific stars and stripes York a Martina Navratilova and Jimmy Connors waltzed Andrea Jaeger staggered and Guillermo Vilas fell in the third round of . Open Tennis championships. Vilas the Argentine left hander who was the Las foreign player to capture America s Premier Tennis tournament was upset by Greg Holmes the reigning Mcaa and pan american games Cham Pion 6-2, 6-2, 6-3 saturday , the women s top seed who is trying to win the Only title that has eluded her sped through Kate Gompert 6-2, 6-2 Connors the defending men s Champion and seeded third this year eliminated Bruce Manson 6-0, 6-4, 6-0 while Jaeger seeded third in the women s draw out lasted Mima Jasovec of Yugoslavia 6-2, 6-7, 7-6. Also falling on saturday was ninth seeded Andrea Temesvari of Hungary who was upset by Pascale Paradis of France the reigning French and Wimbledon Junior girls Champion 6-4, 6-0. Heinz Gunthardt of Switzerland closed out the night by upsetting Lith seeded Gene Mayer 6-1, 6 0, 6-0. No one in Tennis is unbeatable Jaeger said when asked about Navratilova. You can t take anything for knows that Only too Well. I never saw him play before the sixth Seede Vilas said of Holmes a student at the University of Utah. It was a Surprise to me because normally inthe third round you get someone you know. I did not know How to play him what Vilas got was Holmes always attacking always forcing the play with an unorthodox two handed grip on both his forehand and backhand. The Only other world class player who plays two handed from both sides is Gene Mayer i tried to do different things but it did network said Vilas who is facing a one year suspension and a $20,000 Fine for allegedly accepting a guarantee to play at a tournament in Rotterdam the Netherlands earlier this s the dangerous part when you play a player you be played , who played despite receiving a death threat earlier in the Day had no problems roaring into the round-of-16. Officials later said the tournament took our Normal procedures an Connors left the stadium immediately after his needed 59 minutes making it her longest match of this grand slam event to dispose of Gompert. Scoreboard from Page 21 Jim Nelford Tim Simpson Tommy Valentine Rex Caldwell Bobby Colelee Trevino Mike gov Jeff Sluman Bob e. Smi Hallen Miller Bill Britto Greg Powers Eric Batten Mark Hayes John Mazz Abruce Fleisher Richard Zok Oldan Forsman Wally Armstrong Bob Gilder Tony Sills Rick Pearson Ken Green Tom Lehman Tom Purtzer Brad Faxon Rafael Alarcon Bruce Douglass David Peoples Bill Murchison David Ogrin Ralph Landru Denis Watson Gary Koch Jim Booros Curt Byrum Thomas Gray Gavin Levenson Bob Eastwood 5. 6. 7. 46. 8. 9. 1. 11. 24-8. 12. 68-70-74212 13. 68-72-72212 14. 69-71-72212 15. 71-70-71212 16. 68-74-70212 17. 71-71-70212 18. 69-74-69212 19. 69-71-73213 20. 69-71-73213 71-71-71213 71-72-70213 71-71-71213 to 66-70-78214 de 70-69-75214 Gle 74-66-74214 a 68-74-72214 she 71-71-72214 Slif 75-67-72214 w. 70-72-72214 71-71-72214 70-72-72214 a 72-71-71214 Cle 70-73-71214 e. 72-71-71214 Flo 71-71-73215 Flo 66-73-76215 be 71-68-76215 or 74-69-72215 a 71-70-75216 be 70-71-75216 be 68-74-74216 lit 72-70-74216 Liv 69-74-73216 me 69-74-73216 me 71-70-76217 i 74-69-74217 i 72-71-74217 i 74-68-76218 to 71-70-79220 in by rail Lyga Springfield Iii. A first round scores saturday in the $150,000 Lyga rail Charity classic being played Over the 6,281-Yard, Par-72 rail Golf club a denotes Amateur Janet Anderson 33-3467 Gail Hirata 34-3468valerie Skinner 34-3468 Lauri Peterson 34-3468alice Miller 32-3668 a Caroline Gowan 35-3469shelley Hamlin 34-3569 Joann Washam 34-3569jackie Bertsch 36-3470 Julie Pyne 34-3670sandra Spuzich 34-3670 Joyce Kazmierski 35-3570katheryn Young 34-3670 Silvia Bertolaccini 36-3470rosie Jones 36-3470 Vivian Brownlee 33-3770kathy Postlewait 34-3670 Patti Rizzo 36-3470judy Ellis 35-3570 Carole Charbonnier 34-3670sandra Palmer 37-3471 Katherine Hite 36-3571bonnie Lauer 37-3471 Carolyn Hill 35-3671pam Gietzen 36-3571 Linda Hunt 34-3771lori Huxhold 35-3671 Catherine Panton 36-3571jane Blalock 36-3571 Cathy Hanlon 35-3671cathy Reynolds 35-3671 Ayako Okamoto 34-3771lynn Adams 34-3771 Beth Solomon 36-3571kell.ii Rinker 37-3572 Julie Inkster 37-3572mary Beth Zimmerman 35-3772 Cindy Pleger 38-3472laura Hurlbut 37-3572 Betsy Barrett 35-3772cathy Mant 35-3772 Jane lock 36-3672pat Meyers 36-3672 Anne Marie Palli 39-3372jan Stephenson 35-3772 Betsy King 38-3472sue ertl 35-3772 Alison Sheard 34-3872debbie Hall 35-3772 Kelly Fuiks 36-3672laurie Rinker 34-3872 football College How the top Twenty teams fared Dur ing the week of aug. 28-sept.3 1. Nebraska beat no. 4 Penn state 44-6. 2. 3. 4. 44-6. Oklahoma did not did not play. Penn state lost to no. 1 Nebraska Auburn did not Dame did not play. Florida state beat East Carolina 47 Southern Cal did not state did not play. Michigan did not Carolina beat South Carolina leu did not did not play. Arizona beat Oregon St. 50-6. Georgia beat no. 20 Urcla 19-8.iowa did not play. Maryland did not did not play. So. Methodist beat Louisville 24-6.ucla lost to no. 15 Georgia 19-8. College football score East Boston College 45, Morgan St. 12edinboro St. 41, West Liberty 3 Glenville St. 7, Waynesburg 7, tie Mansfield St. 28, dist. Of Columbia 14 Shepherd 37, Millersville St. 14slippery Rock 18, Bloomsburg St. 7 w Virginia 55, Ohio u. 3 South appalachian St. 27, Wake Forest 25 Clemson 44, w. Carolina 10e Kentucky 21, e. Tennessee St. 15 Florida 28, Miami Fla. 3florida St. 47, e. Carolina 46 Georgia 19, Urcla 8grambling St. 28, Alcorn St. 0 Jackson St. 21, Alabama St. 0kentucky 31, cent. Michigan 14 Lenoir Rhyne 13, Guilford 0liberty Baptist 15, Howard u. 10 Livingston St. 47, Miles 6mcneese St. 18, new Louisiana 13 Memphis St. 37, Mississippi 17middle Tenn. 51, Savannah St. 0 Mississippi col. ,16, be Louisiana 10mississippi St. 14, Tulane 9 Morris Brown 13, Fayetteville St. 10nicholls St. 21, Lamar 14 n. Carolina 24, s. Carolina 8n.c. Central 21, Livingstone 17 Pittsburgh 13, Tennessee 3st. Paul s 26, Bowie St. 23 s. Carolina St. 13, Furman 3s. Mississippi 32, Richmond 3 Tennessee St. 20, Hampton inst. 14tn.-Chattanooga 13, Jacksonville St. 6 Troy St. 33, Tuskegee 6virginia 38, Duke 30 Virginia Union 14, . Smith 0winston-Salem 17, Virginia St. 16 Midwest Akron 13, Kent St. 6 Ball St. 42, Rhode Island 26bemidji St. 31, Sioux Falls 0 Chadron St. 7, s. Dakota tech 0e. Illinois 38, Illinois St. 7 e. Michigan 7, Marshall 3ft. Hays St. 14, Lincoln 6 Hastings 10, Northern St., . 9indiana St. 10, be Louisiana 9 Long Beach St. 28, Kansas St. 20loras 36, upper Iowa 12 12, 7minn.-Morris 23, Concordia Moor. 14 to. Southern 29, Wichita St. 21mo. Western 35, Missouri Rolla 28 Murray St. 25, be Missouri 11nebraska-Omaha 12, be Missouri 7 n. Dakota 55, Michigan tech 7n. Dakota St. 17, n. Michigan 14 n. Illinois 37, Kansas 34n. Iowa 34, Drake 10 new Missouri St. 27, Morningside 25peru St. 10, Doane 7 St. Ambrose 14, William Penn 0s. Illinois 38, w. Illinois 6 Valparaiso 31, Alma 7william Jewell 30, evangel 16 Southwest Abilene Christian 23, Angelo St. 9 Arkansas St. 31, 0bishop 30, Panhandle St. 0 California 19, Texas a8.m 17cent. Arkansas 21, Bluff 0 cent. St., okla. 28, new Oklahoma 10n. Texas St. 32, w. Texas St. 3 Pittsburg St. 17, Arkansas tech 14southern meth. 24, Louisville 6 Texas Elpaso 20, new Mexico St. 9tulsa 34, san Diego St. 9 far West air Force 34, Colorado St. 13arizona 50, Oregon St. 6 cent. Missouri 34, s. Colorado 9fullerton St. 13, Boise St. 10 vegas 28, Nevada Reno 18new Mexico 17, Utah 7 Pacific u. 21, Oregon 15ricks 36, Montana tech 23 s. Utah 42, w. Montana 10washington St. 27, Montana St. 7 Weber St. 33, so Minnesota 21wyoming 34, s. Dakota 13 e. Carolina 17 13 10 646 Florida St. 3 14 14 647 ecu Fig Heath 51fsug. Allen 2 run Hall kick flu Wheeler 5 pass from Lowrey kick failed ecu Vann 35 pass from Ingram Heath kick ecu Ingram 13 run Heath kick fug. Allen 9 run Hall kick ecu Walden 4 run kick failed ecu a. Williams 56 punt return Heath kick flu a. Jones 5 run Hall kick ecu a. Williams 98 Kickoff return Heath kick flu a. Jones 8 pass from Lowrey Hall kick ecu Fig Heath 21 fug. Allen 1 run Hall kick ecu byner 1 run pass failed flu Wheeler 5 pass from Lowrey pass failed a46,261 ecu is first Downs 20 34 rushes Yards 43-255 58-268passing Yards 138 322 return Yards 56 00passes 8-15-1 28-35-0 punts 0-00 1-44fumbles-lost 1-1 4-2 penalties Yards 5-73 7-66time of Possession 23 28 36 32 777 324s.Carolina 0 0 088 unc m. Smith 32 pass from Stanka Vage. Barwick kick. Unc t. Anthony 4 run. Barwic kick. Unc Stankavich 1 run. Barwic kick. Unc Barwick 22 Dendy 10 pass from Bradshaw. Lewis pass from Bradshaw. A74,200 first Downs rushes Yards passing Yard return Yards passes punts fumbles los penalties Yards time of Possession unc 21 12 59-210 35-115 166 86 68 24 18-13-0 16-10-2 4-180 6-274 2-2 3-0 5-30 6-4518 30 11 30 individual , Horton 114, , Dendy 77.passingn.Carolina, Stankavage 145. , Bradshaw 86.receivingn.Carolina, Smith 3-46, Anthony 3-27. , Dendy 4-22, a Good 2-32. Oregon state 0 00 6 6arizona 16 10 14 1050 Ariz. Byron Evans 7 run of blocked punt run failed Ariz. Horton 14 pass from Tunnicliffe Zendejas kick Ariz. Fig Zendejas 19ariz. Fig Zendejas 21 Ariz. Brewer 15 run Zendejas kick Ariz. Tunnicliffe 1 run Zendejas kick " Ariz. Conner 11 pass from Tunnicliffe Zendejas kick Ore St. Bynum 12 pass from Greene Breen kick Ariz. Fig Zendejas 39 Ariz. R. Hunley 23 Fumble return Zendejas kick a40,570 Ariz. First Downs 12 32rushes-Yards 28-83 50-288 passing Yards 136 240return Yards 17 98 passes 18-35-2 20-37-1 punts 9-34 3-35fumbles-lost 3-2 4-1 penalties Yards 6-49 6-50time of Possession 26 39 33 21 individual statistics Rushing Ore. St., Oglesby 10-44, Ter Rell 2-21, Holmes 5-18 Ariz., Brewer 13-156, Wellman 5-38, Johnson 10-28, Redman 4-28, Griffin 5-12.passingore. St., Greene 18-35-2-136 Ariz., Tunnicliffe 19-35-1-244, Schiller 1-1-0-minus 4, Couch 0-1-0-0. Receiving Ore. St., Dixon 6-44, by num 3-41, Saunders 4-31 Ariz., Dobyns 7 69, Anderson 6-75, Horton 3-57. Urcla 06028 Georgia 390 719 a Fig Butler 26 a Fig Butler 32ga 4 run run failed Urcla Fig Lee 35ucla safety Andrews ran out of end Onega Dean 69 interception return but Ler kick a82,122 fumbles los penalties Yards time of Possession first Downs rushes Yards passing Yard return Yards passes punts Urcla 21 39-93 219 11 20-36-4 5-41 4-1 4-25 33 12 3-2 5-45 26 48 individual statistics Rushing Urcla Andrews 10-46, Nel son 11-34. Georgia 10-43,Mccluskey 8-33, Young 11-31. Passing Urcla Neuheisel 18-34-4-203,Bono 2-2-0-16. Georgia t. Williams 3-5-0 38, Lastinger 2-8-1-21.receivingucla, Sherrard 6-72, Bergmann 5-44, Dorrell 2-39. Georgia Archie 2-22, Kay 2-21. Louisville 33006 sum 0 10 7 724 us Fig Ellis 32smudupard 38 run Harrell kick smug Harrell 48 us Fig Ellis 37smubolden 2 pass from Mcilhenny Harrell kick sum Dupard 1 run Harrell kick a23,750 a 14 50-169 59 129 5-13-1 5-38 first Downs 16rushes-Yards 27-54 passing Yards 215re urn Yards 7 passes punts 6-40 fumbles lost 5-2penalties-Yards 5-29 time of Possession 26 04 Lou sum 18 52-197 173 0 20-38-011-18-0 5-39 3-1 10-71 33 56 Phil a first Downs 20 17 rushes Yards 41-125 28-126passing Yards 156 210 return Yards 43 20passes 15-19-0 15-30-1 sacks by 1-9 4-30 punts 3-37 4-30fumbles-lost m 3-2 penalties Yards 7-66 7-44time of Possession 34 48 25 12 individual statistics Rushing Philadelphia Haddix 24 76, Oliver 9-38, m. Willams 6-10, everett1-2, Pisarcik 1-minus 1. San Francisco Tyler 11-73, Craig 14-42, Montana 2-10, Benjamin 1-1.passing Philadelphia Pisarcik 8-10 0-101, Jaworski 7-9-0-85. San Francisco Montana 10-20-1-118, Benjamin 5-10-0-101. Receiving Philadelphia Quick 6-82, Oliver 2-33, Carmichael 2-25, Haddix 1 19, m. Williams 1-9, Smith 1-8, Kab 1-6,Dixon 1-4. San Francisco Clark 4-57, Craig 3-24, Cooper 2-83, Solomon 2-24, Tyler 2-18, Nehemiah 1-9, Francis 1-4. Field goals missed Phila Delphia Franklin 46. San Francisco none. Individual statistics Rushing Louisville Davenport 11-45.smu Dupard 11-80, Hashaway 23-91. Passing Louisville May 28-38-0 215.smu Mcilhenny 9-15-0 151, King 2-3-0 22. Receiving Louisville 8-76, davenport4-44. Sum Bolden 2-9, Morris 4-83. Professional National football Lea Ueall times not american conference East w l t pet. Of a . Jet Baltimore miam Buffalo new England Cincinnat Cleveland Housto Pittsburgh Denver Kansas City Diego Seattle 0 00 0 0 0 Central 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 01 0 west1 11 1.000 41 1.000 29 1.000 12 .000 0 .000 23 29 23 0 12 29 .000 10 20 .000 21 27 .000 38 41 .000 10 14 0 0 0 0 0 0 1.000 14 1.000 17 1.000 20 .000 29 .000 13 10 13 10 41. 17 National conference East l 0 0 0 0 0 0 01 1 0 0 0 0 0 1.000 .000 .000 .000 .000 22 0 0 6 17 17 0 0 16 28 central1 1 1 0 0 0 0 01 1 0 0 0 0 0 1.000 1.000 1.000 .000 .000 11 41 27 17 0 0 38 21 20 11 West 1 1 1 0 0 0 01 0 0 0 0 1.000 1.000 1.000 .000 20 16 28 17 17 6 17 22 Philadelphia Dallas . Giants St. Louis Detroit Green Bay Minnesota Chicago Tampa Bay . Rams new Orleans san Francisco saturday s game Philadelphia 22, san Francisco 17 sunday s games new Orleans 28, St. Louis 17 Green Bay 41, Houston 38, of Atlanta 20, Chicago 17 Baltimore 29, new England 23, of Denver 14, Pittsburgh 10 Detroit 11, Tampa Bay 0los Angeles raiders 20, Cincinnati 10 los Angeles rams 16, new York giants Miami 12, Buffalo 0minnesota 27, Cleveland 21 new York jets 41, san Diego 29kansas City 17, Seattle 13 monday s Gam Dallas at Washington 9 . 322 717 Kic Canadian football league Eastern division Toront Hamilton Ottaw Montreal w 6 3 3 1 l 2 45 6 of 227 190 179 119 a 173 186 216 205western division British club 62 0 258 155winnipeg 52 0 178 168 Calgary 43 0 201 182edmonton 43 0 188 152 Sas Katchen 16 0 153 256friday s games Ottawa 49, British Columbia 19sunday s games Winnipeg at Saskatchewan monday s games Edmonton at Calgary Montreal at Hamilton Friday sept. 9saskatchewan at Ottawa saturday sept. 10montreal at Winnipeg Toronto at British Columbi sunday sept. 11 Hamilton at Edmonton Philadelphia 0 3 16san Francisco 0100 second period Phi Fig Franklin 32, 2 49 of Tyler 32 run Wersching 10 32sffg Wersching 23, 4 57 third period Phil Haddix 1 run kick failed6 51philfg Franklin 30, 8 12 Phil Oliver 17 pass from Pisarcik Franklin kick12 21fourth period Phil Fig Franklin 47, 2 08sfcooper 73 pass from Benjamin Wersching kick10 45a55,775 pts. 12 6 6 2 12 .10 8 8 2 soccer North american soccer league Eastern division w l of Gay Cosmos 22 8 87 y Chicago 15 15y-Toronto 16 14 a Montreal 12 18 49 66 73 51 48 45 58 71 52 Southern division 17 13 56 49 47 60 48 33 by pts 64 194 57 147 135 124 54 41 25 145 136 83 79 a Tulsa it. Ladril 14 16 6 63 Tampa Bay 7 23 4 87team Marc 10 20 3 54 Western division Vancouver 24 6 63 34 51 187 a Golden by 20 10 71 54 55 169seattle 12 18 62 61 51 119 san Diego 11 19 53 65 42 106x-clinched divisional title a clinched playoff spot six Points Are awarded for a regulation or overtime win four Points for a shoot out Victory and one Bonus Point for every goal scored with a maximum of three pregame. No Bonus Point is awarded for overtime or shootout s games Montreal 4, Chicago 0fort Lauderdale 2, team America 0 Tulsa 3, Tampa Bay 1golden Bay 2, Seattle 1 Vancouver 5, san Diego 4, so end regular season North american soccer league playoffs at a glance All times to sept. 6 fort Lauderdale at Tulsa 8 30 .Montreal at Cosmos 9 . Sept. 7chicago at Golden Bay 11 . Sept. 8toronto at Vancouver 10 30 . September 10tulsa at fort Lauderdale 8 . Sept. 12 Cosmos at Montreal 8 .Vancouver at Toronto 8 . Sept. 14fort Lauderdale at Tulsa 8 30 ., if necessary Montreal at new York 9 ., if Neces Sar Chicago at Golden Bay 11 ., if Nec Essary sept. 15 Toronto at Vancouver 10 30 ., if necessary

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