Idaho State Journal from ,  on August 9, 1967 · Page 11
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Judo Competition Gets Under Way in Salt Lake Idaho State Journal, PocateTlo Wednesday, August 9, 1967--11 SALT LAKE CITY (AP) -- Preliminaries will be h e l d Teams from 25 countries were each day of the four-day event represented at the draw Tuesday \ except Sunday when the Inter- -, for places for the Fifth World Ju- Continental Championship will be I do Championships which began j held today in Salt Lake City. There are (hree crowns unde . The opening ceremony, originally scheduled for Tuesday evening, was postponed until prior to hnals of the light heavyweight and heavyweight events tonight because the Congress of the International Judo Feder a 1 i o n lasted longer than expected. Weigh-in for competitors in the light heavyweight and heavyweight divisions were held this morning and preliminaries and fended this year-- middle, heavy and open--formerly the undisputed domains of Isao Okano, Isoo Inokuma, who retired after the fourth world championships in Rio de Janeiro, and A n t o n Geesink, who is in Salt L a k e City but expected not to com- petfc because of an injury. American matches include: Lightweight-- Larry Fukihara vs. Hugh McAree (F.B.); Dean finals in both divisions are thisiTower vs. Espinosa (Mexico), afternoon and tonight. I Light middle--Toshiyuki Seino vs. Eddie Van Der Pol (Holland) Paul maruyama vs. Hipolito Elias (Argentina). Middleweight--Hayward Nishioka vs. Goldsmidt (Mexico); Don Matsuda vs. George Kerr (G.B.). Light heavy--Robert Crowe vs Radovan Krajnovik (Yugoslavia); William Paul vs. Krastiget Mehdi (Brazil) Heavyweight--Richard Walters vs. Klaus Glahn (W. Germany); Allar Coage vs. Meier (W. Germany). Open-- James Westbrook vs. Chi - Kui Lin (Taiwan); Gene Mauro vs. Wilhelm Ruska (Holland). NOW AT GUARANTY FEDERAL Current Rate Per Annum On Passbook Saving] Current Rate On Six-month Certificate Of $1,000.00 or Multiples Thereof PLUS: THESE EXTRAS . . . · Your Account Is Insured To $15,000 by An Agency Of the U.S. Govt. · DEPOSITS BY THE 10TH EARN FROM THE 1ST uaranty-federal ^__/ SAVINGS AND LOAN § ASSOCIATION 125 N: Garfield Ph: 232-6011 (I OUTDOOR TIPS THE BOW-ANOACPOW CAST IS EPPECTIYE WHEN SPINNING TWBOUSH OVEBWAN6IN6 BBUSH OR TREES.. ,.,,. * Exhibition Tilt Tonight Gets Sellout Crowd By TED MEIER Associated Press Sports Writer The Chicago Bears battle the Washington Redskins in a nationally televised exhibition National Football League game tonight. A sellout crowd of around 45,000 is expected for the 8:30 p.m., EOT, kickoff in Washington, D.C. Stadium. The action will be televised over the CBS network. The Bears are favored to repeat their 24-10 exhibition victory of last year over the 'Skins. Gale Sayers, the Bears' star runner, and Charley Taylor, the leading receiver in the NFL a year ago, are expected to provide an interesting contrast. In a surprise move Tuesday night, the Redskins traded second-string quarterback D i c k Shiner to the Cleveland Browns for veteran QB Jim Ninowski. Otto Graham, Washington coach and general manager, said he made the trade because he wanted an experienced man behind Sonny Jurgensen, his No. 1 quarterback. There was no other outstanding developments in 'the pro training camps as the clubs continued to drill for a heavy exhibition weekend. On Saturday Atlanta plays the New York Giants at Ithaca, N.Y., New Orleans meets St. Louis at Shreveport, Dallas is at Los Angeles, Pittsburgh at Green Bay, Philadelphia tangles with Minnesota at Tulsa, Houston is at Oakland, San Diego at Miami with Kansas City meeting the New York Jets at Birmingham, Ala. On Sunday Cleveland is at San Francisco while Baltimore is at Boston in an NFL-AFL inter- league contest. j uc j ge ' s Decision Gives S. F. First Chance at Rick Barry By CHARLES McMURTRY Ho undo damage done by a pre- SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- 'vious management there. wo decisions - one in court Warrior owner Franklin Mi- and official; the other informal: e u li was a happy man -- but; --have recognized the San Fran-| ne stilf faces the job of induc- cisco Warriors' claims to two inR Barry and Lee to p i ay for key basketball players, Rick; K ,m. Lee is expected here Barry and Clyde Lee. 'Thursday to bargain for a Barn- had jumped from the'salary hike. fight Results By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEW BEDFORD. Mass. Manny Burgo, 148. New Bedford, stopped Willie Williams, 144, Brookline, Mass., 6. BANGOR, Maine -- Rinaldo Victoria, 135. Pittsfield, Mass., New Orleans. Coach Babe Bopped Gate Lamarca, 135, Ar- irthv said the Drewes de-! lm S°";M ass -', 2 - ,, . , BE SUCE YOU HAVE YOUR PINCERS FREE OC THE H0OK5 WHEN YOU RELEASE THE LINE Racing Group Files Charge COEUR D'ALENE, I d a h o (AP) -- The Kootenai County Commission was named Tuesday in a First District Court com- Jlamt charging it with illegal leasing of county property. Coeur d'Alene Downs, Inc., President Joseph G Hansen of Wendell, Idaho, said his complaint charged that the Kootenai County Fairgrounds race track was leased to the Coeur d'Alene Turf Club without a specified rental charge and without public notice or public auction. Coeur d'Alene Downs is also a horse-racing promotion group. The Idaho Horse Racing Committee was named in a Fourth District complaint filed by Hansen earlier, in which he asked :hal the committee be compelled to give Coeur d'Alene Downs 80 days of racing in 1968. Hansen contended the committee had earlier approved the 80- day schedule, but then changed its mind and gave Coeur d'Alene Downs 45 days and the Coeur d'Alene Turf Club 20 days. As a result of the committee's first decision, he said, his firm had proceeded with plans for a $2 million race track near Coeur d'Alene in North Idaho. National Basketball Association Warriors to the Oakland Oaks and Lee to the New Orleans Buccaneers, both teams of the new American Basketball Association. Barry signed for three years for $225.000 and fringe benefits; Lee for a rumored $90,000 for two years. A San Francisco Superior Court judge, Robert J. Drewes, issued an injunction Tuesday restraining Barry from playing for any other team than the Warriors until the reserve clause in his Warior contract expires Sept. 30, 1968. Judge Drews upheld, in eflect, legality of professional sports' option, or reserve clause which it maintains is essential survival. His opinion said arry breached his contract. In the informal approach, new ficials of the New Orleans ub released Lee last week, ex- aining they considered the re- rve clause legal and wanted In cision probably would mean The i NAGOYA, Japan-Ernie Lo- Buccaneers would release for-iPTM- 147 %' La ? Vegas, Nev, ward Bobby Love, lured from ] stopped ^Musashi Nakano, 147' 2 , the Cincinnati Royals of the! Ja P an ' NBA. Judge Drewes' ruling isn't final. He issued a temporary re-' Barry, at his parents' home in Roselle Park. N. J.. said he would have to consult his lawyer before making any definite decisions. Pioneer League St The'raJ r slil'l'must RO to trial, i By TME ASSOCIATED PRESS Barry's attorney, Robert A. W L Pet. GB Tuesday's Stars By THE ASSOCIATED PSESS BATTING--Tom McCraw, White Sox, smashed two home runs, the second with a man on in the eighth inning that tied the score in Chicago's 6-4 second game victory over Detroit. 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Hawaii 1 Seattle 4, Tacoma 0 San Diego 12, Vancouver 2 Oklahoma City at Indianapolis. 2, rain International League Toronto 3, Buffalo 2 Rochester 3-7. Syracuse 1-1 Toledo 3, Columbus 0 Jacksonville 4, Richmond 3 Koltzman indicated he would ask for an early trial, but court attaches said that might not be possible because of a two-year Backlog. Unless the case is decided before next spring, it could not overturn Judge Drewes' deci- cision. The NBA season ends around April 1. Attend Friday's Stock Car Races Ogden 28 13 .683 Caldwell 23 20 .535 6 Idaho Falls 18 25 .419 11 Salt Lake 15 26 .366 13 Tuesday's Results Caldwell 7, Idaho Falls 2 Salt Lake 3, Ogden 2 Wednesday's Schedule Idaho Falls at Caldwell Ogden at Salt Lake Your One-Stop Shopping Center Sales Service BULLOCK'S CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH 510 South Main Introducing the new 1967 SAFETY A popular priced tire with FULL 4-PLY NYLON CORD BODY! 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