Pacific Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Sep 19 1963, Page 30

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Pacific Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - September 19, 1963, Tokyo, Japan Rangers make ail stars editors name top players special to Okinawa pow Erful army rangers baseball which dominated the Okin Awa interservice baseball league this also dominated the selections by three armed forces newspaper sports editors on Okin Awa in their Allstar team be sports editors Lance Bill Marine triad pfc Rich army Ryukyu an review and Jerry Ait Force Kadena the selections based on their coverage of the games this season for their respective the 1963 Okinawa took five places in the 10man first leaving two each for the Marine strik and with Kadena grabbing the last the first loaded with has an Overall batting average of with Only two play ers under the of the top eight Fielding Only three players were batting under the first baseman Jim received the nod As top first Sacker in the he had a batting average and led the Lea gue in Home runs with Phil Chub a hit Ter for the received a unanimous vote for second base while Jorge tops in the league in the Fielding depart received an equally unanimous selection for third honors went to Roy Al Glove Ace Frank at the beginning of the he crossword Puzzle answer to Puzzle across 1 Viper 4 one of of Steps Feldle talk 12lamprey female wild Luffa to 11 for River 17 sows Dum 20 re 2 1 Spanish for three Ltd ceremonies 2 vet Green tree in holding office in Ania minor sunburn 3heavenly bodies 4seasoning 5cornered Klemmet 7that is 8abrogates Tavel come 10succor 11genus of cattle 5flower Iso Aelic Lioa continent 21attcmpts l2avash lightly Sci let Lyric poem of lunar Over solar year 20reeipjent of gift by lines Pla nig a Ilioiu is drinking1 45matures gear 471lasten 36vty in a full with Russia Force 38sharp Kiwi 40di vision 41 fixedly j3negative ending Touard Mouth the Al 4l 4 46 of meals poker Meadows in go Container soft Limestone 2 Fil cd 3 or vetoed sloths to fish Caks Foo like part venetian magistrates nickname Down roman Bronze As 12 15 21 27 31 35 39 51 22 47 19 43 13 16 36 28 32 52 56 23 24 33 53 29 20 41 44 17 37 45 38 42 14 34 54 57 10 25 30 49 1 26 50 by United feature led the marines and the league in number of doubles and Bat but took a Shrp nosedive following the Allstar in the last two weeks of the Wesolowski climbed from up to an impressive top Outfield honors went to three of the leagues top sluggers Hill of the Curtis Grady of the strikers and 19year old Larry Burden of the Kadena Lone member to crash the army Marine team combining their accomplish the Outfield accounted for Over 130 hits while each surpassed the Mark in a Ranger sub finished with a batting average but was denied the batting championship be cause he was just Short on at All three of the Allstar out fielders held the batting race Lead throughout the Burden led the league for the first six weeks of play before relinquishing it to outfielder near the end of the Grady gave up his league Lead to who lost it to Mel Bell in the final week of while Hill finished the season with a plus Burden was third in the batting race with a while Grady was fourth with unanimously selected As Catcher of the powerful All Star contingent was Mel undoubtedly the most Power Ful and most dangerous Batter in the who played professional baseball in the Cleveland Indian also took the Okinawa interservice batting championship with a just nipping four other sluggers for top honors during the last week of two left handers share the All Star pitching Bill army Ranger left hander who had an 114 record with a earned run aver received unanimous Selec Tion from the cil Cor Royal strikeout grabbed two of the three first place votes Corbett led the league in strikeouts with 127 and was Subic skeet meet Subic naval base skeet tournament will be held 28 at the Subic skeet All naval base personnel and shooters from the Fleet unit Are eligible take do it every time he seeds were planted at precise distances apart so the blooms would be perfectly symmetrical by hallo i like things to match you know Rall in a Roseola planting or surveying place r mow do they come up Why All sizes every which Way of course i just cant under laurels representatives of the Kawasaki Allstar Little league team receive gift wrist watches and clocks in recognition of winning the recent far East tourney Charles vice commander of fifth a and Harold fifth air Force surgeon and far East Little league present the awards at Fuchu from left Are Pitcher Hiroyuki team Cap Tain Ala Koto and Kawasaki Little league presi Dent Minokichi Usan photo at any Cost gee Sinic Japan must by Leslie Nakashima Tokyo the 15 or so Gold medals that Japan Hopes to win in the 1964 olympic four Are expect1 de in which has been added to the official program for the j first Cabinet ister Eisaku a who has been designated Olymbi Pic affairs ister in addition to his other recently declared win in judo any As the Birthplace of japanese or or whichever term you May use for this Art of Sel defense and should re Spond to satos but there Are those who fear the japanese experts May again be too even if quite contrary to original conceptions about the Competition will be divided into four lightweight and weight or size had never been considered in judo word from Paris two years ago that Anton a dutch had won the world judo championship by immobilizing japans Koji was at first considered a it shocked the entire japanese a had it been prewar there might have been some suicides among higher ups in the judo circles because of the Humilis members of the japanese team that went to Paris were and they had reason t in the first world Cham held in Tokyo in the two japanese repro Yoshihiko Yoshi Matsu and Shokichi n a t s u i easily Defeated competitors from 41 Yoshimatsu Defeated Geesink in the Semi finals but lost to Natsui in the in the second world Champion in Tokyo in Sone won Tho title by defeating teammate Akio in the Kimiyoshi Yam Ashiki of Japan won by a fail in 4 minutes 18 seconds Over g e e s i n k in the Yam Ashiki was beaten by Kaminaga in the although in the next two years Geesink trained conscientiously from time to time at the Kodo Mecca of members of the japanese team believed one of them would certainly be the Winner at the third world championships at in december but Geesink was ready for he beat them All and emerged the Surprise world Cham the Leader of the japanese team returned to Tokyo Anci apologized to the entire nation for failure to win the Cham the question now is will there be a second Geesink at the to Kyo olympic games next year although Only not expected to he had said in 1961 that he did not of competing in the olym Pic games because his would probably be i run a physical training school in Holland and be classed As a in which Case i would not be Eligi ble to participate in the olympic Geesink Geesink finally convinced japanese judo experts that weight and site do count where the two competitors Are equal in at the same some of the older japanese experts have shaken their Heads in Resigna saying that today Japa Nese judo its Lack the Brilliant technique of former judo who won their matches w i t u Falls not by a russian team arrived in Japan last february and made an impressive showing against japanese causing some concern but a students judo squad competed recently in winning All thirty top japanese judo its have been going through intensive training at the foot of mount an answer to just How effective the training is will be give during the ave olympic meet in Pacific stars Stripe 23 september 1983

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