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E4 Palm Beach Post, Friday, December 10, 1976 Solomon Has Seen Plenty, But He's Satisfied Marty Perlmutter Sports Writer i v s mm If- Since leaving West Palm Beach in 1968, Jay Solomon has been employed at Florida radio stations whose call letters could almost fill an alphabet WGBS, WEXI, WIVY, etc. But it's doubtful he will ever become more popular than he was in this market when he worked for Channel 12 on weekends and broadcast high school games for WEAT. "He's still got a million friends in this area," WPEC Sports Director Jim Gallagher said this week. "He's a friendly type and I'm sure some of the coaches in the area would like to know what he's been doing." Solomon was in Miami for a couple of years and has been in Jacksonville since July 1974. "I came up here to do the play-by-play for the Jacksonville Sharks, " Solomon said from his office at radio station WEXI, an all-news station similar to West Palm Beach's WPOM (1600). "I thought it was a great break for me to get into pro sports broadcasting." At the time, it was since some thought the World Football League was going to blossom into competition with the National Football League. But, things didn't work out. "The thing I remember most about the Sharks was that owner Fran Monaco always took me into his confidence," Solomon said. "One time, about the third week of the season, he called me into his office and told me he was going to fire the coach (Bud Asher). "I told Trim I thought it was a mistake because it might call attention to the team not doing well, that it might open a can of worms. "Then, late in the season he made the move. "But I think the biggest mistake was that he was trying to sign good players like Ted Hendricks while the other players on the team weren't getting paid. He used up all his cash." Solomon was the voice of the Sharks and the Ex- It will take a couple of years to make fans forget Scott's association with the Green Bay Packers and to link him with the Bucs. Scott was the voice of the Packers during the Lombardi years. And it will take a couple of years for the fans to forget Tampa's disastrous 0-13 season. "I'm tired of (John) McKay blasting his team each week," Solomon said. "It's not the players' fault. I'm sure they weren't the ones that decided to play there. It was McKay and (Ron) Wolfe that put the team together. They should get part of the blame." SWITCHING CHANNELS-Warner Wolf's days are numbered with ABC-TV, broadcasters in South Florida report. "He's not doing anything but the scoreboard show for them anymore, one broadcaster in Miami said. "It seems the ABC brass has finally started to take a good look at what he has done for them." A close inspection indicates nothing. "Ever since that interview with George Brett after Kansas City lost to the Yankees in the playoffs," the broadcaster said, "ABC has decided to keep Wolf out of the spotlight." Wolf's an interesting subject. "When he decided it was time for him to try his hand at a network job," the broadcaster said, "his agent started things rolling by calling CBS (Wolf worked for a CBS affiliate in Washington, D.C.) and telling them Wolf was ready for a network position. "CBS didn't even know who he was. When they weren't interested, the agent called ABC and said Wolf was ready to sign with CBS, but that he was interested in joining ABC. "Bidding went on and ABC was convinced it had to have him." And CBS, to this day, couldn't be happier. press the following year. He also was the voice of the Floridians, the defunct Miami entry into the defunct American Basketball Association. That gives him a dubious record of being the radio voice for three teams which exist only in the record books. "The Floridians just didn't have a place to play," Solomon said. "The biggest problem was getting the fans to come across the causeway to the Miami Beach Convention Hall. They just wouldn't and that was the end of the team." Solomon and Gallagher teamed to do play-by-play on both radio and television coverage of high school football in the late 1960s. "We'd tape the first half of a football game and then show it at 10 p.m. on Channel 12," Gallagher said. "One time I remember they had car trouble bringing the second-half tape back to the studio and they just got it there with about a minute to spare." Another time Solomon and Gallagher were doing play-by-play on a Merritt Island game. The press box was behind the last row and if anyone in that section decided to stand up, they would block the press box view. "This one Merritt Island fan wore a cowboy hat to the game and he got up every time the team did something," Gallagher said. "One time, the guy stood up and cheered and Jay took his hat and dropped it down behind the seat. "He turned to me and said, 'That hat ain't gonna bother me anymore. ' The guy didn't notice it was gone until after the game when Jay told the man, 'I think your hat fell off earlier.'" Solomon stays busy doing Jacksonville University basketball, five sports shows a day for WEXI and a daily 8:30 a.m., talk show. "I really like it up here," said Solomon, who did the Sportsline show on WGBS in Miami for a couple of years in the early 70s. "I like traveling around with Jacksonville and going to some places I've never been before. Last week, we were in Boulder, Colo., which is beautiful. I enjoy it." Solomon had applied for the Tampa Bay Bucs play-by-play job last year, but "that was pretty much locked up. "They wanted a big-name announcer from the beginning (Ray Scott). I don't think that's the right thing though," Solomon said. "They should have someone from the community, like Rick Weaver and the Miami Dolphins. "When you hear Weaver's voice, you immediately think of the Dolphins. All Scott does is fly in and fly out for each game. Flyers End Jinx at Boston Garden Rick MacLeish had the first Flyer goal and Bobby Clarke was credited with an open net goal with 20 seconds left in the game. Wayne Cash-man scored the lone Boston goal. The score was tied, 1-1, with Boston's Joe Zanussi serving a tripping penalty when Dornhoefer slid in a rebound of Reggie Leach shot. The scored remained 2-1 until Clarke stole the puck at the Boston red line and shot at the empty Boston goal. Clarke was credited with a score even though the puck was shot wide of the net because a Boston player had thrown his stick in the direction of the puck. The Bruins had jumped into the lead 4:04 into the game on Cash-man's deflection of a Terry O'Reilly drive. But MacLeish scored at 7:40 on a two-on-one break with Dornhoefer. The loss was the fourth for Boston in the last six games, with one tie. Penguins, 2-1 BUFFALO, N.Y. - Linemates Wayne Bianchin and Blair Chapman each scored and goalie Denis Herron stopped 30 shots on goal to propel the Pittsburgh Penguins to a 2-1 victory over the Buffalo Sabres. Golden Bears Down Sporting of Miami MIAMI Paced by 15-year-old Efren Herreria II, the North Palm Beach Golden Bears defeated Sporting of Miami, 2-0, in a soccer game yesterday. Herreria scored the first Golden Bears goal and Jim Mcll-vaine added the clincher. From Post Wire Services BOSTON - Gary Dornhoefer assisted on one goal and scored the game winner on a power play midway through the first period last night in leading the Philadelphia Flyers to a 3-1 victory over the Boston Bruins. The Flyers, who beat Boston in last spring's Stanley Cup semifinals, now have gone nine games without a loss, 6-0-3. The win was the first for Philadelphia at Boston Garden in regular-season play since November of 1967. , t97ft umvertoi P' Syndicate (Af Calder Biscayne The Clipboard Horse Racin9 Dog Racing Leading Rushers Avg. Att. Yards Gain TDs Payton, Chi. Simpson, Buff. Mitchell, Bait. McCutcheon, L A. Williams, S F. Foreman, Minn. Thomas. Wash. Harris, Pitt. G Pruitt, Clev. niaior Pitt 297 1341 4 5 12 262 1332 5.1 7 278 1166 4.2 4 282 1144 4 1 9 233 1116 4 8 7 264 1077 4 1 13 234 1035 4 4 5 266 1024 3 9 13 200 954 4 8 4 198 929 4 7 5 Leading Receivers Avg. Rec. Yds Gain TDs Lane, K.C. 60 651 10 9 Mitchell, Bait. 57 526V) 2 D Pearson, Dall. 56 7B7 14.1 Chandler, Buff. 56 757 13 5 Foreman, Minn. 54 559 10.4 Harris, St L. 52 782 15 0 Rashad, Minn. 51 653 12 8 Casper, Oak 50 660 13 2 Galbreath, N O. 50 397 7 9 Joiner. S D. 49 1044 21 3 TRIM'S ARENA Scores Standings Results Sports on the Air Television 7 30 p m. - Pro basketball, Phoenix at Boston (HBO) Hockey NHL CAMPBELL CONFERENCE Patrick Division W L T Pts N Y. Islanders 17 7 3 37 Philadelphia 14 7 6 34 Atlanta 14 8 6 34 N.Y. Rangers 12 11 6 30 Smythe Division St. Louis 12 13 3 27 Chicago 10 15 4 24 Colorado 8 16 4 20 Vancouver 8 20 2 18 Minnesota 6 18 4 16 WALES CONFERENCE Norris Division Montreal 22 4 4 48 Los Angeles 9 11 10 28 Pittsburgh 11 12 5 27 Detroit 8 14 4 20 Washington 8 15 4 20 Adams Division Boston 19 7 2 40 Buffalo 15 8 3 33 Toronto 12 10 6 30 Cleveland 6 15 7 19 Yesterday's Results Philadelphia 3, Boston I Pittsburgh 2. Buffalo 1 Only aames scheduled Today's Games Minnesota at Atlanta Washington at Cleveland WHA Eastern Division W L T Pts x Quebec 16 11 1 33 Indianapolis 15 10 2 32 Cincinnati '4 10 2 30 Minnesota " 12 4 26 New England 10 14 4 24 Birmingham 8 21 1 17 Western Division Winnipeg 18 11 1 37 San Diego 15 10 2 32 Houston 12 9 4 28 x-Phoenix 12 14 2 26 Edmonton 12 16 1 25 Calgary 10 15 2 22 x Late game not included Yesterday's Results Quebec at Phoenix, night Today's Games Houston at Cincinnati San Diego at Indianapolis Birmingham at Winnipeg Calgary at Minnesota Wednesday's Games New England 5, Houston 1 San Diego 6, Cincinnati 1 Winnipeg 4, Calgary 2 Golf LAKE WORTH GOLF CLUB - Class AM. Klauber plus 8, Betsy Ewing plus 7. Class B, Marge Lindgren plus 8, Gwen Morrill plus 4. Class C, E. Beal plus 4, H. Contento plus 3. Nine Hole group Low Net, Grace Cox 37, D, Spergel 39, Low Putt, Helen Bergner 14, Ellen Austin 14, Eve Walter 15. FOREST HILL - Low Gross Class A, R Bailey 64, M. Smith 65, M. Meylen 65, B James 65 Class B M. Amman 74, J. Fredrick 74, L Goldsmith 76. Class C, P. Morrison 76, F. Wilson 77, E, Wymon 80. Area Club Results WEST PALM BEACH CC - Ladies' Golf Association Match Play vs. Par, 0, Nan Hinkle, Vickie Listander; -1, Ethel Bergman, -3, Dot Morey, Vivian Falcone, -4, Jewel Herron, Grace Hadrys, Irene Ravelt, Helen Baran, -5, Mildred Grimm, Dot Downey, Betty McCamp-bell, Emily McCaffrey, Jane Ceppie, Mildred Bierly. NORTH PALM BEACH - Women's Irons and one wood tournament: Championship Class, Bert LaCerda, Patt Wilson and Flo Stevens, 73. Class A, Marie Ziesenlss, 69; Jean Kazimir, 70; Thersa Sena, Jacque Stevens and M. Coon, 76. Class B, Dot Geyer, 72; Edith Jackson, Verna Sievert and Betty Thomas, Class C Isabelle Decker, 73; Corny Livingston, 77, Laura Evans, 78. Nine Hole lhalf handicap), Class A, 1, Twin Hohman; 2, Alice Lalone; 3, Ruth Devlin and Mildred Diforlo. Class B, I, Pat Goyetch; 2, Ruth Rossee; 3, Fran Murray, Ann Conti, Ruth Martin and Lita Pierson. CYPRUS CREEK CC - Annual Christman Golf, Low Net, Class A, Katie Bohn 70, Janice Tremblay 70, Connie Schmidt 72, Chris Adams 73. Class B, Helen Jones 65, Mollle Brady 71, Louise Duncan 72. Class C, Joy Leach, Margaret Ryan 81, Cathy Hurlow 82. Football NFL Saturday's Games Minnesota at Miami, 1 p.m. Pittsburgh at Houston, 4 p.m. Los Angeles at Detroit, 9 p.m. Sunday's Games Cincinnati at New York Jets, 1 p.m. St. Louis at New York Giants, 1 p.m Seattle at Philadelphia, 1 p.m. New England at Tampa Bay, I p.m. Green Bay at Atlanta, I p.m. Buttalo at Baltimore, 2 P m. Denver at Chicago, 2 p.m. Cleveland at Kansas City, 2 p.m. San Francisco at New Orleans, 2 p.m. Washington at Dallas, 4 p.m. San Diego al Oakland, 4 p.m. West Palm Beach JwjQi-flloi Results FIRST-Off 1:02 Time 1:28 25 All But Blue (Tennebaum) 19.80 9 40 6 40 Sub Cindy (Mayrga) 21.80 13 00 Bright Landing (Capodlci) 10 .60 No scratches. SECOND-Off 1:30 Time 1:14 25 FriendAtCourt(Harbacek)44 80 17 60 9 20 Dame De Pique (Haffglione) 3 40 2 80 Hippie Highness (Mahon) 5 00 DAILY DOUBLE (1-3) S512.60 Perfecta (3-5) S241.20 Scratched Invader's Baby THIRD Off 2:00 Time 1:48 35 Vel Air (Ma Rivera) 7.00 6 00 2 40 S Worthy (Spindler) 12 00 3 80 Chooch (Delguidice) 2.10 A Coupled with Singleton Perfecta (8-4) 1104.40 Scratched Racing With The Gods. FOURTH-Off 2:31 Time 1:13 35 Mister Rockle (Perna) 6.00 4 00 3 00 Mr. Toe Toe (R D Lopez) 4 80 2 80 The Mooncher (Solomone) 4 20 Perfecta (1-4) $21.20; Trifecta (1-4-3) S18S.40 No scratches. FIFTH Off 2:59V2 Time 1:41 25 Saint Cambridge (Bailey) 5 40 2 80 2 60 Turn Of Luck (Solomone) 3.20 2 B0 Graciela E (Aviles) 4 20 Perfecta (3-4) 516.00 No scratches. SIXTH-Off 3:27 Time 1:12 35 Strate Gypsy (Baltazar) 4 80 3 20 2 40 Aristocratic King (Brown) 17 60 9 80 Durbin (Riera Jr) 4 00 Perfecta (6-2) 576.20 Scratched Mr. Aviator, Col Nehoc SEVENTH Off 3:56 Time 1:40 35 Misty's J J (MacBeth) 25 60 11 40 5 40 Silverstain (RD Lopez) 36 60 10 20 Catty Whisper (St Leon) 2 80 Perfecta (2-10) $128.00; Trifecta (2-10-1) $5,731.00 Scratched Carefree Cynthia, Catch Me A Beau, Lady Dewan. EIGHTH Off 4:24 Time 1:24 15 Cissie's Song (Saumell) 6 80 3 60 3 00 Strike Me Lucky (Bailey) 5 20 4 00 Charter Party (Fires) 10 60 Perfecta (5-2) 533.20 Scratched Six Foot Power, Saans Sentry, Mangoright, Young Nobleman. NINTH Off 4:54 Time 1:12 35 Here Comes The Bride ( Saumell )3 20 3-20 2 60 Model Sailor (Barrow) 85 60 20 60 Stan's Poppy (Manganello) 4 80 Perfecta (9-5) 5287.40 Scratched - Ole Spats. TENTH Off 5:23 Time 1:12 45 Love's Rebel (Baltazar) 5 80 3 40 2 80 Cajun Ruler (Haldar) 4 80 3 40 Askaleader (Harbacek) 5 00 Perfecta (7-5) 534.60; Trilecta (7-5-3) 5326.20 Scratched - Portel 2D Attendance: 8,406; Handle: 5897,533. SECOND-Doubles; 7 points 1 Larrinaga-Francisco 12 B0 5 60 3 00 3 Ermu-Juan 4 80 5 00 8 Olabarri-Azcarate 6 00 Ouimtla (1-3) $30.80; Trifecta (1-3-8) $446.00 DAILY DOUBLE (4-1) $183.30 THIRD-Ooubles; 7 points 6 Arte-Jose 22 20 8 60 6 20 2 Munoz-Zate 5 40 3 B0 5 Olabarrl-Fornando 5 60 Oulnlela (2-6) $46.40; Trifecta (6-2-5) $513.20 FOURTH - Doubles, 7 points 4 Goros-Juan 15 00 6 20 4 40 2 Munoz-Alfonso 540 5.00 3 Ibarra-Luis 600 Quiniela (2-4) $38.20, Trifecta (4 2 3) $433.60 FIFTH - Doubles; 7 points 1 Ibarra-Fernanao 13 60 8.80 4 40 3 Azpirl-Jose 7.00 380 5 Garay-Alfonso 400 Quiniela (1-3) $40.40. Trifecta (13-5) $309.40 SIXTH - Singles,-7 points 2 Goros 10.60 5 00 4 00 7 Altuna 5.00 4 40 4 Zola 480 Quiniela (2 7) $41.60; Trifecta (2-7 4) $305.40 SEVENTH - Ooubles; 7 points 6 Barrutla-Zola 12 20 6 20 3 80 3 Arte-Laca 9 60 7 00 4Garay-Ezur 6 00 Quiniela (3-6) $47.00; Trifecta (6-3-4) $612.60 EIGHTH - Doubles; 7 points 5 Inaki-Nuarbe 15 00 6 60 6 00 4 Zaguirre-Laca 8 40 4 60 1 Altuna-Lejarcegui 4 20 Ouinlela (5-4) $90.80; Trifecta (5-4-1) $486.60 NINTH - Doubles; 7 points 1 Altuna-Atano 8 00 5 00 5 80 2 Egurblde-Aretio 6 20 3 20 5 Solozabal-Churruca 5 60 Quiniela (1-2) $35.80; Trifecta (1-2-5) $351.40 Fly tin Signs Reds' Contract CINCINNATI (AP) - Reserve infielder Doug Flynn has signed a one-year contract with the Cincinnati Reds, boosting player sign-ings to 11 for baseball's world champions. Entries FIRST-54,200 clmg 2yo f 7 fur Good Loving X Makeacopy Hustlin Hanna Ana Please Missy Dolmar Distant Waters Alto Honor Let It Rock X Southern Woman Rosie Laughter SECOND S3 500 Clmg 2yo m f I fur Pet's Daisey Jackie W Suaqw Woman Joan's Little Gem Sunny N Smart Tizpa Supertly X Queen Doc Beck 0 Luv Dare Me To Lannytog Small Showing Little Defil My Last Dime Comic's Dream X Rachel's Fault X Dazzling Debbie X Bedbug THIRD-54,000 clmg 3&4yo m6 fur Astikhintime Ruleable Stylish Words Local Politics X A-Dorymate X Princess Buddir X Free Mission A-Bold Q Assagai Asset A Coupled FOURTH-$3,S00 clmg 3&up 6 fur Blandishment X High Scorer Heavenly Mirage Port Noir State Three X Miz Nocaholma Laleeto X Pascallas AlfieG Repville Arbalest Beau Bien X First Dancer X Look Out Renee Greek Theme Guy Lee FIFTH-S4,600 clmg 2yo m 6 fur Janco's Jim On The Rib TV Station Babebear X Short Memory King's Beat Frank's Catch Dr Piko SIXTH-57,500 clmg 2yo 6'i fur TudoCs Decision Bupers Spin Black Native So Rash Doc Reboz X Born Mean X Cowpoke X Steady Pica Pica SEVENTH $6 500 clmg 3&4yo f 7 fur Windmore Eastcathlon Catch Me A Beau X So Saree Gold Aggie Heavenly Sunshine Taken Again Cerissa Floweryville Blend of Roses Ray Lacy EIGHTH-S7 000 alw 2yo mi&70yds Colony Ruler Creaming of Moe X Big Bearing Shape of Fame Wine Treasure Man's Man Dr David ARbuse Le JoliCris Blazing Judge Ole Spats Union Manifest X Ponn's Limit NINTH-57.500 alw 3&4yo 1 116 mi t Batekoa Billy Frank Graustark Lad Di Quanta Pernicity French Caper Pidge's Boys Classy State X Reckless Date TENTH-S4.400 clmg 34up mil 70yds Call The Turn X Enchanged Ruler Braine Le Chateau Royal Solo Minstrel Jon Numark Steel Beam X Storm Coach French Fable On The Bay X - AAC. 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Entries FIRST - Singles, 7 points Zate Luis Larrinaga Ansola Olabarri Suarez Az carafe Jose SEVENTH Doubles 7 points Egurbide-Miguel Garay-Aretio Altuna-Tomas Arte-Mendia Ajpiri Nuarbe Goros-Lasarte Saez-Zola Del Rio-Lelar-cegul EIGHTH - Doubles, 7 points Egurbide-Leiar-cegui Zaguirre-Zola Julio-Laca Altuna-Mendia Inaki-Lasarte Barrutia-Nuarbe Saez-Atano Del Rlo-Churruca NINTH - Doubles, 7 points Julio-Atano Altuna-Churruca Egurbide-Mendia Zaguirre-Egur Inaki-Aretio Barrutia-Lasarte Lopetegui-Nuarbe TENTH - Sin- fles, 7 points gur Aretlo Lasarte Lopetegui Laca Del Rio Solozabal Saez ELEVENTH Doubles, 7 points Lopetegui-Leiar-cegul Juiio-Churruce Barrutla-Aretio Inaki-Nuarbe Zagulrre-Mendia Del Rlo-Atano Saez-Egur Solozabal-Laca TWELFTH - Doubles 7 points Barrulia-Atano Zagulrre-Aretlo Inaki-Churruca Julio-Mendia Saez-Laca Del Rio-Egur Lopetegul-Lasarte SECOND - Dou- Dies, 7 points trmu-juan Suarez-Francisco Larrlnaga-Zate Munoz-Ansola Ibarra-Luis Arte-Jose Olabarri-Azcarate Torres-Fernando THIRD - Doubles 7 points Munoz-Fernando Larrinaga-Juan Ermu-Francisco Olabarrl-Zate Arte-Luis Ibarra-Alfonso Suarez-Ansola Torres-Jose FOURTH - Doubles 7 points Munoz-Azcarate Ibarra-Francisco Ermu-Fernendo Goros-Zate Garay-Juan Torres-Luis Azpirl-Alfonso Olabarri-Miguel FIFTH - Doubles 7 points Larrlnaga-Jose Arte-Ansola Azplrl-Azcarate Garay-Ferr.ando Goros-Alfonso Ibarra-Miguel Suarez-Zola Ermu-Tomas SIXTH - Singles, 7 points Azpiri Miguel Tomas Zola Garay Goros Egurbido Results FIRST-iingles; 7 points 4 Larrinaga 17.40 6 40 3 60 I Luis 4 40 4 00 Qi-inlela (1-4) $39.40 1 O hntr.es FIRST - BC, B SEVENTH - BC, Sitting Bear B National Hermit Riffel Keen's Bride Charlie Might Lock Me In Irish Blend Wicked Handle G.E's Smokey Melrose Wendy Nancy Kim Stylish Don Whitey B. SC Cactus Sherri MCs Curry SECOND - MC Ruffian Rose C ' EIGHTH -MC, A Pace Master Mo Angelina Presto Joe Robbie Sweet Melon Cracking Clyde Shutter Step Koney's Karol Ed's Clean Sweep Peckinpaw Ballydaw Hill R'sMoonglow Hard Work Swanee'sBluOne Golly Girl JulinaS. Sovran Star THIRD MC, D NINTH MC, S Missile Mo Slick Printer Rise N Fall Top Judy On The Loose R R Ginger Fizz Country Cotton Rare Printer Flo Gibson Sunset Carrie Right Lane Miss Tufty Melrose Leskiw Re Joyce S Special Carol Phalanx FOURTH - MC, TENTH MC S 0 Skihi Babe GoRuthieGo Kelly Kit K's November Proud Elizabeth KC'sYeller Midland Miss Sadaka Ted's Boomer Mrs Tango Rose Marco Last Baby Hipockets Madds Tubby Andreoletti Sensuous Lad Scott ELEVENTH - FIFTH -MC,C MC A Reila C. s Cookie Buttons O'Nell Penrose Vixen Addle Veloz Villa Kitty Fern Cole JanieMo Del El's Molly Smile Joey Evening Out Glenda Gibson Friend Paul Ted's Booster Skihi Bess STXTH-BC,A TWELFTH MC, MCs Cimarron My Friend Randy G E s Falcon Jefferson Davis DoncasterMargo Daylight Robbery Mc"sMardi Gras Cheri Ruth Front Door Rip Van Rio Nifty Norma K.C's Ha Copy Girl Cracking Craig PecosMana Pearl Power Matinee Results FIRST - 516, D Time 31.32 3 Print It 13.20 5.80 3.20 1 G.E'S Shannon 4.60 3.60 8 Nippy Ryder 3.60 Quiniela (1-3) $16.20 SECOND - 516, DTime 31.73.r2 R's Swame 4.60 4.40 3.60 6 Nortex Maria 8.00 6.40 7 Swanee's Koiak 4,20 Quiniela (2-6) $36.80; Trifecta (2-6-7) $428.60 DAILY DOUBLE (3 2) $33.20 THIRD - BC, M Time 34.15 2 Wasque 5.20 3.40 2 40 4 Favorite Dish 3.80 2.60 6 Lucky Step 260 Quiniela (2 4) $14.00, Trifecta (2-4-6) $53.00 FOURTH - BC, M Time 34.56 6 Swanee's Genie 6.60 4.20 4.00 4 Ed Chick 5 20 4.20 I MCs Freeborn 2.80 Quiniela (4-6) $19.80, Trifecta (6 4 1) $H3. 20 FIFTH - BC, D Time J4.27 5 Q. Tip 980 860 460 1 Dennis Hipockets 7.00 4.20 4 GE.'S Thor 4.20 Quiniela (1-5) $21.60; Trifecta (5-1-4) $245.00 SIXTH - BC, D Time 34.00 1 Spirit O'Colo 6.60 2.60 3.00 3 Table Mountain 3.00 2.40 5 Newport Lena 3.20 Quiniela (1-3) $6.40, Trifecta (1-3-5) $51.00 SEVENTH - BC, D Time 34.31 1 Special Order 6 20 3 00 2 80 6 K.C'S Button 5.40 3 00 3 Terry's Jinx 280 Quiniela (1-6) 516.40, Trifecta (1-6-3) $115.40 EIGHTH - BC, D Time 34.17 5 Claregun's Camel 17.60 6.80 8 20 4 Sig Hipockets 11.40 1200 3 Stylish Ann 7.20 Quiniela (4-5) $155.40, Trifecta (5-4-3) $1,755.40 NINTH 516 C Time 31.26 4 Star Squirrel 9 60 4 40 3.60 6 Tailgate Tippy 12.00 4 80 2 Penrose Fee 280 Quiniela (4-6) $52.40, Trifecta (4 6 2) $235.00 TENTH - BC, C 8 Bob Shea Time 34.80 4.00 3.60 2.60 4.80 2.80 2.60 3 Toe Toe 2 Hal's Judy Quiniela (3-8) $18.00, Trifecta (8-3-2) 571.20 ELEVENTH - BC, C time 33.83 2 Ann Crash 4.00 4 40 2 40 8 Gay Velvet 6.00 3.20 4 Julie Cole 240 Quiniela (2-8) $45.60, Trifecta (2-8-4) $200.60 TWELFTH - BC, D Time 34.39 4 R's Lover 37.80 13.00 8.00 I Johnny Jay 9.60 12.80 6 Newport Wanda 11.00 Quiniela (14) $102.80, Trifecta (4-1-6) $2,010.40 Handle $300,526 Attendance 1,723 Evening Results FIRST BC, C Time 33:59 7 Carry Forth 4 00 3 80 2 40 5 Noralee Cole9 80 6 40r4 Mike H. 3 40 Quiniela (5-7) $27.60 SECOND -BC, C Time 34:21 5 Exchequer 16.20 6 20 3 80 4 Bama's Big Mac 3 60 2 60 8 Run Printer 4 00 Ouiniela (4-5) $25.00; Trifecta (5-4-8) $913.00 DAILY DOUBLE (7-5) $33.00 THIRD MC, D Time 50:21 7BigO. 13 40 5 00 3 00 5 Shitting Shadow 5 40 4 20 4 MCs Regalia 4 80 Quiniela (5-7) $36.60; Trifecta (7-5-4) $208.80 FOURTH - MC, D Time 49.62 6 MCs Sontag 10 00 5 20 6 40 4 Reweaver 4 80 3 60 2 K's December 9 80 Quiniela (4-6) $28.40; Trifecta (6-4-2) $788.00 FIFTH MC, D Time 50:17 2 Teddy Madison (M) 5 80 5 20 4 00 4 Broadway Maureen 5 40 3 80 8 Ticket to Ride 6 00 Ouiniela (2-4) $24.20; Trifecta (2-4-8) $318.20 SIXTH - BC, B Time 14:02 7 MCs Acacia 36 80 50 60 8 40 8 Skihi Jerr 5 80 4 80 2 Always Promises 4 80 Quiniela (7-8) $99.80; Trifecta (7-8-2) $3,152.20 SEVENTH - BC, B Time 33:85 8 Boots Mover 11 20 13 80 6 40 6 Magnetic Mustang 5 40 3 60 1 Slick David 2 60 Quiniela (6-8) $26.60; Trifecta (8-6-1) $142.80 EIGHTH - MC, C Time 49:82 4 Maria S. 31 20 6 40 3 80 6 M V. Beatrice 5 80 3 20 7 Kiltomey Paddy 5 B0 Quiniela (4-6) $30.40; Trifecta (4-6-7) $726.80 NINTH -BC, A Time 33:64 3 Little Midge 48 80 7 20 4 20 5 Freddm Tower 18 40 6 80 4 Printer's Dolly 3 60 Quiniela (3-5) $184.80; Trifecta (3-5-4) $5,344.60 TENTH -BC, A Time 33 69 f K1 Y,ine 10 00 4 6 3io mc s Medallion 3 ?n 1 5 Texas Lynn J U0 mio "4'W; Trifc, "-J-5' ELEVENTH - MC, B Time 49:46 3K D Flash 23 00 6 80 5 00 6 National Leader 3 80 3 40 2 Belle Shea 3 80 Quiniela (3-6) $22.80; Trifecta (3-6-2) $279.40 TWELFTH -MC, C Time 49.44 1 Villa Rachel 6 80 3 40 2 60 2 Country Stroll 5 20 4 00 3 Blue Violet 2 60 Ouiniela (1-2) $21.40, Trifecta (1-2-3) $121.40 Attendance: 1,928 Handle: $526,668 Pompano Horse Rocing Entri ries FIRST - Trot, $1,200 Trorlc Wove Valo Special Love Bug Run Mr. Badeye Night Club Worthy Norris Broward County Colby Chico Drip Dry SECOND -. Pace $800 SEVENTH -Pace, $950 Sunny N Mild Dandy Thing Byrd K March Way Snoopy Goose Batabbe Chester Hanover Jim Morrill Scans Yankee EIGHTH - Pace, $2,200 Test My Luck Duane Brewster Sterling Cape Jo's Speed Scarlet Gauman Duffy O Brien Wayco B J M Cardinal NINTH - Fla Breeders Preview, $3,500 Bonnles Betly Race Time Liz Polished Armer Meadow Maiden Ata Rate True Tar Tal Oaks Jade TENTH - Pace, $1,900 Split Ticket Beauty Time O Honey Byrd Modern Mlricle Mighty Hal Scot Misty Yates Madam Camaro Paprika Lobell Fer Rus Princess ELEVENTH -Pace, $1,500 Masquolr Steary Pat April Tryah Sweet Line Eddie Plato Miml Farvel Meadow Bet Andys Chick By The Sea TWELFTH -Pace, $1,000 Nailsnah Searing Fame Hickle Buckle Huck Sego Tarleta Jet JD's Creed Bobbe R McGee Puds Choice " Trout Line T J Q Oslo Tag ag Try Cherry Tryax Yettys Yeggs braaiy craig Metrollna Mick Gunmetal Boy Pick A Star Amabelle THIRD - Pace, $1,000 Sachence Miss Miss Royal Vic Beautiful Waverly Joan Stanton Tartan Honor Ian Donlede B T Fred Vortex Laura Guy FOURTH - Pace, $850 Spurgeon Hanover Solar System Mandy Lane Hickory Cheers Patsy Wejover Corky Almahurst Hubbertons Queen Extricate Jefferson ners Man- FIFTH - Pace, $950 Kiiaie Party Juny Scotch Chaser Secret Life Dively Gold Vera Best Stadadl Getaway Pick Counsel Rice SIXTH - Trot, $1,600 R R Snapelnger Demon Rakes Noble Sonla Blazen Good Trenton Coal Mono Blaze Atta Kid Big Demon Sharp Cricket uetroit 78, Cleveland St. 66 E. Nazarene 89, W. New England 75 Fairmont 63, Shepherd 56 Kent St. 73, Penn St. 70 Kings Point 86, Lehman 64 Mars Hill 77, Milligan 75 Maryland-Bait. Co. 108, York Pa. 86 New Hampshire 89, Springfield 75 Rhode Island 72, Washington St. 65 Scranton 102, Lycoming 86 Stony Brook 79, New Paltz 71 W.Va. St 80, wheeling 78 Junior High Benjamin 62, Boca Academy 20 BENJAMIN (62) - Neal 7-317, Pruitt 3-0-6, Nicklaus 3-4-10, Taylor 7-3-17, Creedin 1-0-2, Glcik 2-2-6, smith 1-0-2, Ladd 0-2-2. Totals: 24-14-62. BOCA ACADEMY (20) - Cryan 1-0-2, Craig 1-0-2, Cracchiolo 1-0-2, Nieport 2-0-4, Ashbaugh 1-0-2, Notine 1-02. Jordan 2-0-4, Marcus 1-0-2 Totals: 10-0-20 Benjamin 11 24 II 15-62 Boca Academy 1 0 8 4-20 Conniston 54, Lake Worth IS CONNISTON (54) - Daniels 6-1-13, Camptield 2-5-9, Cocuy 2-0-4, Tuol-liver 0, Luke 5-0-10, Holmes 1-0-2, Gardner 1-02, Malvarez 1-24, Jar-makowicz 1-0-2, Jones 1-0-2, Wilkins 3-0-6 Totals: 23-8 - 54. LAKE WORTH (15) - D. Brown 1- 1- 3, Gelesbach 0-1-1, Koontz 0-1-1, Hinkofter 0-1-1, Wingfield 1-0-2, C Brown 1-0-2, Gregory 21-5, Sajron 0, Bell 0. Gordon 0. Totals: 5-5-15 Conniston 9'i4 IB 13-54 Lake Worth 0 3 6 6-15 Kennedy SO, Palm Beach 19 JOHN F. KENNEDY (50) - Peavy 2- 0-4, Roberts 1-0-2, Bethel 3-2-8, Brydebell 1-0-2, Chestnut 4-0-8, Shel-ton 2-0-4, Alexander 2-0-4, Sweetburg 3- 0-6, Perez 2-0-4, Tribble 3-0-6, Wilson 1-0-2 Totals: 23-2-50 PALM BEACH (19) - Ecklund 30-6, Maass 6-0-12, Elzoghby 0-1-1, Hais-field 0. Cowen 0 Totals: 9-1-19. Kennedy 14 16 14-50 Palm Beach 6 12 1-19 High School Suncoast East Conference All Games W L W L Lake Worth 10 3 0 Fort Pierce 10 2 0 Martin County 10 2 0 Boca Raton 0 0 11 Twin Lakes 0 0 12 Forest Hill 0 0 0 2 PB Gardens 0 1 13 Leonard 0 2 12 Suncoast West North Shore 10 3 0 Atlantic 10 11 Suncoast 0 0 11 Glades Central 0 0 0 1 Cardinal Newman 0 0 0 2 Pahokee 0 2 12 Other Schools John Carroll 1 0 Jupiter Christian 1 0 PB Academy 1 1 BG Christian 1 1 Jupiter 1 2 Boca Academy I 4 Lake Worth Christian 0 1 Summit Christian 0 1 Berean Christian 0 2 Okeechobee 0 2 Clewiston . 0 2 Today's Games Atlantic at Cardinal Newman, 1:35 p m. Pahokee at Jupiter, 8 p.m. Forest Hill at Suncoast, 8 North Shore at Lake Worth, 8 Fort Pierce Central at Leonard, 8 Martin County at Boca Raton, 8 Moore Haven at John Carroll, 8 Fort Lauderdale Lutheran at Boca Academy, 8 Okeechobee at Fort Meade, 8 Summit Christian at Belle Glade Christian, 8 Clewiston at Naples Lely, 8 Saturday's Games Pahokee at Palm Beach Gardens, 8 North Shore at Forest Hill Boca Raton at Atlantic, 8 John Carroll at Jupiter Christian, 8 Jupiter at Clewiston, 8 Everglades City at King's Academy, 8 Leonard at Pompano Beach, 6 Glades Central at Fort Myers, 8 Fort Pierce at Vero Beach, 8 Martin County at Key West, 8 Shuffleboard Bank Tournament Boynton Beach Ladies: 1. Evelyn Manor; 2. Lulu Rupley; 3. Evelyn Jones; 4. Bea Gross. Men: I. Warner Williams; 2. Lynn Feig; 3. Her Colberg; 4. Richard White Inter-City, Delray Beach Boynton 10, Delray Beach 6 Wrestling Boca Raton 56 John I. Leonard 12 100 - Soracco (BR) pinned Detlllppo, 1 38, 107 - Earl (L) pinned Johnson, 3:52, 114 - Calderalo (BR) del. Dan Capan, 21-9; 121 - Wilcox (BR) pinned Doug Capen, 1:31; 128 - Lafever (BR) pinned Sykes, 1:24; 134 - Lotak (BR) pinned Murray, :23; 140 - Eason (L) pinned Bishop, 320, 147 - Dedl (BR) d. Gillespie, 15-3; 157 - Whlsman (BR) d. Schenk, 11-3; 169 - Gethers (BR) pinned Sherrod, :54; 187 - Yurkin (BR) won by forfeit; heavyweight Qualmin (BR) won by forfeit. Lake Worth 52, Pahokee 7 100 - Lamaro (LW) pinned Harris : 23; 107 - Peters (LW) dec. Wiley, 8-0; 114 - Martinez (LW) pinned Ellington, 3 08, 121 - Tulluccl (LW) pinned Smift, 1:28, 128 - Switzer (LW) d. Wil-bon, 19 9; 134 - Amado (LW) pinned Butler, 1:38; 140 - Parker (P) d Battles, 13-2; 147 - Miller (P) d Hartman, 4 1, 157 Marvin James (LW) pinned Shine 1 57, 159 - Eddie James (LW) pinned Seymour, 3:36; 187 Mahrer (LW) d. Parchment, 8 2, Unlimited -Swann (LW) won by forfeit. 1 3 6 9 1 1 3 9 1 7 Leading Passers Ava. Att. Com. Yds. TDs Gain Stabler, Oak 291 194 2737 27 9 41 Jones, Bait. Harris, L A. Landry, Det. Ferguson, Buff 323 194 2856 21 8 84 141 81 1347 7 9 55 283 165 2163 17 7 64 151 74 1086 9 7 19 T..L. Minn 70 nn 7777 14 7 14 Staubach. Dall. 347 203 2624 13 7 56 Hart, St L 374 209 2864 IB 7 66 Griese, Mia. 261 159 2067 11 7 92 Sipe, Clev. 288 167 19B8 16 6 90 Leading Punters No. Yds. Avg. Bateman, Buff. 82 3521 42 9 James, Atl. 96 4051 42 2 Wilson, K.C. 62 2615 42.2 Guy, Oak. 63 2623 41 6 Jennings, N Y G. 70 2885 41.2 Leading Punt Returners No. Yds. Avg. Upchurch, Den. 34 508 14 9 E Brown, Wash. 43 606 14 1 Haynes, N E. 42 555 13 2 Fuller, S D 32 420 13 1 Brunson, K C. 28 336 12 0 Leading Klckoft Returners no. t os. Mvg Harris, Mia. Bryant, L A. Phillips, N E. Williams, K.C. M C McCoy, G B. 17 559 32 9 28 7 28 4 27 3 26 6 16 14 22 14 459 397 601 372 UPI All-Rookie Team OFFENSE WR-Sammie White, Minnesota WR-Steve Largent, Seattle TE-David Hill Detroit T-Mark Koncar, Green Bay T-Dennis Lick, Chicago G-Don Matek, San Diego G-Tom Glassic, Denver C-Ralph Hill, New York Giants QB-Jim Zorn, Seattle RB-Clark Gaines, New York Jets RB-Chuck Muncie, New Orleans K-Chris Bahr, Cincinnati DEFENSE E-Lee Roy Selmon. Tampa Bay E-Gary Burley, Cincinnati T Mike Dawson, St Louis T-Steve Niehaus, Seattle MLB-Harry Carson, New York Giants OLB-Greg Buttle, New York Jets OLB-Larry Gordon, Miami CB-Mike Haynes, New England CB-Mario Clark, Buffalo S-James Hunter, Detroit S-Tim Fox, New England P Pat Mclnally, Cincinnati Basketball NBA EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L Pet. GB Boston 13 9 591 - Philadelphia 13 9 591 - N Y Knicks II 13 458 3 Buffalo 10 14 .417 4 N Y. Mets 10 14 417 4 Central Division Houston 14 6 .700 - Cleveland 16 8 667 - New Orleans 14 10 .583 2'a San Antonio 11 13 .458 5'a Washington 9 13 .409 6Va Atlanta 9 16 360 8 WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division Denver 17 7 .708 - Detroit 13 11 542 4 Kansas City 12 13 480 5'j Indiana 12 13 480 SVi Chicago 4 15 .211 10"a Milwaukee 4 22 .154 14 Pacific Division Portland 17 7 708 - Golden State 12 10 .545 4 Seattle 14 12 538 4 Los Angeles 12 11 .522 4'3 Phoenix 9 10 474 5Va Yesterday's Results Atlanta 102, Kansas City 100 Denver 104. Cleyeiand9 Today's Games Phoenix at Boston Portland at Buffalo Detroit at New York Nets Indiana at Washington Wednesday's Results Boston 104, Portland 95 New York Knicks 105, New York Nets 95 Philadelphia 123, Buffalo 102 Seattle 109, Washington 99 Indiana 111, Los Angeles '8 Detroit 107, Chicago 100 Atlanta 117, San Antonio 106 Phoenix 116, Houston 95 College Yesterday's Results Indiana St. 94, Augustana 69 Kansas 57, Fordham 48 American 58, Rider 54 frpinhtnn 91. Hrijir Cliff A7 Okla. Baptist 50, Okla Southeastern 47 St Thomas Aquinas 86, W Conn St. 80 sam Houston , uanas Baptist 66 Syracuse 87, Biscayne 63 Tenn Tech 79, Mercer 77 Athletes in Action 95, Ga.-Southern 82 1

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