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July 17, 1967
BOWLING—DAVE POUND of Britain and HELEN WESTON of the U.S. won the individual all-events championships at the 27-nation World Bowling Tournament in Malmo, Sweden. Pound, an 18-year-old London student, defeated Japan's Jyunnosuke Yamanaka by 59 points and Miss Weston, a 37-year-old Detroit accountant, edged Finland's Eija Krogerus by eight with a record total of 4,585 points for 24 games. POUND earlier teamed with Britain's JERS MORLEY for the men's doubles title, and Miss Weston and her teammate, Jean Stehle, were runners-up to ALICIA SARABIA and TEA OROZCO of Mexico in women's doubles.
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July 17, 1967

A Roundup Of The Sports Information Of The Week

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BOWLING—DAVE POUND of Britain and HELEN WESTON of the U.S. won the individual all-events championships at the 27-nation World Bowling Tournament in Malmo, Sweden. Pound, an 18-year-old London student, defeated Japan's Jyunnosuke Yamanaka by 59 points and Miss Weston, a 37-year-old Detroit accountant, edged Finland's Eija Krogerus by eight with a record total of 4,585 points for 24 games. POUND earlier teamed with Britain's JERS MORLEY for the men's doubles title, and Miss Weston and her teammate, Jean Stehle, were runners-up to ALICIA SARABIA and TEA OROZCO of Mexico in women's doubles.

BOXING—World Bantamweight Champion MASAHIKO (Fighting) HARADA of Japan made the fourth successful defense of his crown since winning it in 1965 with a unanimous 15-round decision in Tokyo over Bernardo Caraballo of Colombia.

FOOTBALL—Favored by seven points, the EAST team was hard pressed to score a 12-9 victory over the West as Florida's Heisman Trophy winner, Steve Spurrier, completing only three of 14 passes in all, tossed a winning 38-yard touchdown pass to Michigan State's Gene Washington in the last quarter of the Coaches All-America game in Atlanta. Most valuable player was West Quarterback John Brittenum of Arkansas, who completed 21 passes in 40 attempts.

GOLF—Floridian DICK CHAPMAN, 56, a former British and U.S. amateur champion, shot a 36-hole, one-under-par 141 to win the International Seniors Amateur championship in Gleneagles, Scotland by two strokes over Adrian French of Los Angeles.

Frank Beard gained his third victory on the 1967 pro tour, finishing three strokes ahead of runners-up Rod Funseth and Rives McBee with a nine-under-par 279 in Indianapolis' $100,000 Speedway Open tournament.

Mickey Wright won a first-place prize of $2,250 in the Lady Carling Open in Baltimore as she finished with a 54-hole total of 207, eight strokes ahead of Carol Mann.

HARNESS RACING—In a parade of straight-heat victories at Goshen, N.Y., the Allwood Stable's 8-year-old Lord Gordon won the Titan Cup free-for-all; Driver Stanley Dancer (page 68) swept the E. H. Harriman Cup 2-year-old trot with the Nevele Acres' Nevele Pride and also won the Historic-Dickerson for 3-year-olds with the Hambletonian favorite, Irving Berkemeyer's Dazzling Speed; and Bill Haughton took the Orange County Cup 3-year-old pace with the Farmstead Acres' Little Brown Jug favorite, Romulus Hanover.

HORSE RACING—Ogden Phipps' BUCKPASSER ($3), ridden by Braulio Baeza, won his 25th race in 29 starts by half a length over Ring Twice in Aqueduct's 1�-mile $109,800 Suburban Handicap, the middle leg of the handicap Triple Crown, increasing his career earnings to $1,419,114 to stand third on the alltime money-winning list.

Tumble Wind ($7.80), ridden by Johnny Sellers, earned his Llangollen Farm owners first money of $72,900 when he ran away with the 1�-mile $117,900 Hollywood Derby, beating long-shot Duncan Junction by six lengths and the favorite, Ruken, by six and three-quarters.

Exceedingly ($27), with Frank Lovato up, won his second 1967 stakes victory and biggest ever as he upset Damascus, the Belmont and Preakness champion, by a nose in the 1 1/16 mile $54,100 William duPont Jr. Handicap at Delaware Park.

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