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Palm Beach Post-Times, Saturday, Nov. 2, 196815 Gators Take On Plainsmen OUTDOORS By Ed Buckow f v i pm 1 rv La. Blues, Pompano Push Into Lake The biggest run of bluefish and pompano of the season broke loose In the waters of Lake Worth Friday, and there Is a likelihood of continued action through the weekend. The hotest bluefish activity occurred in the north end of the lake. Big pompano catches were scored north of the Riviera Beach causeway and south of Peanut Island. The largest catch of pompano checked In at Lake Side Tackle and Seafood numbered 54. The second largest was 40. One fisherman purchased eight dozen sand fleas at HI Tide Tackle. He returned a few hours later to show his catch to Billy Dorahush. He had 65 pompano. Billy was so startled that he forgot ; to get the man's name. Coates Johnson, drift fishing south of Peanut Island, landed 23 pompano and two large channel bass on sand fleas. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wolfe returned to Bill's Sailflsh Marina with 25 bluefish. They were fishing north of the Riviera Beach causeway with cut bait. Jim McCurdy checked in at Bill's with 22 bluefish, and Homer Evilslzor had about 20 pompano. Most of the bluefishermen Friday were fishing with cut bait, but if the blues are plentiful today they probably can be taken on trolled mnn IlirpA. If Vnil 1160 tha wnnna ai nut n1nu n ! Dade North Leads With Fleisher By CHUCK VOORHIS Golf Editor LAKE WORTH - Darkness caught the field in the opening round of the first Invitational junior college team golf tournament sponsored by the fledgling Palm Beach Atlantic College at the Palm Beach National Golf and Country Club Friday. Two teams the host team and Palm Beach Junior, still had players on the course when tournament director Tom Marlanl called a halt shortly after 6 p.m. These teams will complete thelr rounds starting at 7:30 this morning. The leading team at the end of 18 holes of this 36-hole test was Miami Dade North, led by the U.S. Amateur champion Bruce Fleisher. Bruce survived a double bogey at the fifth and a bogey at the third to go out in 38, compensated, to some extent, by birdies on the second, sixth and seventh. Coming home he bird-led the 17th for his one under 35. Miami Dade North had a team score of 307. Fleisher tied for low medal by Robby Wilson of Edison who was the medalist in the last outing of junior colleges at St. Lucie CC. This was the first of the fall tournaments in which Fleisher has played. He was absent from the two other tournaments be-ceuse of his play with the America's Cup team in Australia. Edison, led by Wilson, was In second place with 311, Indian River third with 319, Miami Dade South fourth with 321 and Broward fourth with 326. the tiger running attack this year. The two are strong and quick and they have combined to carry on 57 per cent of all of Auburn's plays. Auburns' strong point this season, though, has been defense. After Southern Methodist ran up 37 points on them In their first game, the Tigers have held opponents to a shade over a touchdown per contest. Led by tackles David Campbell (6-4, 232) and Vlnce Bowlin (6-4 , 260), Auburn's six man front has pressured passes so hard that the Tiger secondary has been able to pick off 17 enemy aerials. After last week's Miami game, Campbell was chosen Southeastern lineman of the week. He was all over the Hurricane hackfield and personally dropped quarterback David 01-ievo seven times for losses totalling 59 yards. Jordan has expressed concern all week that his Tigers might be headed for a "letdown" after such a total victor over Miami. This, plus the possibility that the Auburn players might be looking past the Gators to their crucial games with Tennessee, Georgia and arch-rival Alabama, might give Florida a better chance than expected to improve on its 17-25-2 series record with the Tigers. At any rate, both Jordan and Graves say they know from experience that past performances mean little when Florida and Auburn battle. HI CHAMP Nine-year old David Abel, son of Dr. Emory Abell, coach of the Indian River Junior College golf team, was a volunteer caddy for UJS. Amateur champion Bruce Fleisher of Miami Dade North, in the opening round of the Palm Beach Atlantic College invitational Junior College team tournament at the Palm Beach National G & CC Friday. David finished fifth in the All-America junior tournament at Miami earlier this year. the lure close to the bottom. The Important itemin fishing with cut bait for blues Is fresh bait. Fresh mackerel Is great, but freshly caught ladyflsh will certainly take fish. One of the easiest ways and an efficient method of fishing -for pompano Is drift fishing with sand fleas. Take a five-foot length of monofillment leader and tie a No. 1-0 honk at nnp pnr) anH a j By ED PAVELKA GAINESVILLE (AFN) A record Florida Field crowd of more than 63,000 Is expected to be on hand here today as Auburn, the Southeastern Conference co-leader, tries to spoil the University of Florida's homecoming celebration. Kickoff time is 2 p.m. EST. Auburn comes into today's SEC contest tied for first with Louisiana State. Both teams have 2-0 records with Auburn's two wins coming over Mississippi State and Kentucky. The Tigers are 4-2 overall. Florida, pre season choice to win its first SEC crown this year, is currently In fourth place. The Gators, 4-1-1 overall, have beaten Mississippi State and Tu-lane, but were tied 14-14 by Van-derbllt last week for a 2-0-1 SEC record. Today's game shapes up as a battle between defense. The Auburn line leads the nation in yards given up to the run with a scant average of 65.8 per game. The Tigers jumped all the way from 15th to first after blitzing Miami to minus 85 yards on the ground, an SEC record, in their 31-6 win last Saturday. Florida, on the other hand, has fielded 119 rushing yards per contest. But is fourth in the country and first in the SEC in pass defense. The Gator's secondary, led by All American candidate Steve Tannen as comerback, has held Florida's six opponents to an average of 99.8 yards through the air. The Gators, after slumping to a loss and a tie In their last two outings, are a touchdown underdog today. They will be trying for the third straight week to give Coach Ray Graves his 69th career win. Florida, for the first time in three years, will be playing without the services of All American fullback Larry Smith. The all time leading Gator ground gainer suffered a sprained arch early in last week's tie at Vande and is given "no chance of playing" today by Graves. In Smith's absence last week, sophomore Jerry Vinesett stepped Into the lineup and gained 84 yards in 20carrys. On this performance, 5-11, 198-pounder from Savannah, Ga., has been given the nod to start in today's game. Vinesett will line up with tailback Tom Christian, the SEC's fourth leading rusher with 371 yards on 75 carrys and four swivel at the other. Place a small egg-shaped sinker on the line " before tying the end of the line to the swivel. Thus, the sinker will ride above the swivel. If the blues and pomps decide to stay In the lake today "' fisherman shouldn't have much trouble finding them. Just look for concentrations of small boats. The fishing was lively elsewhere during the day. Blues and a few mackerel were caught at Juno Beach Pier; bluefish were plentiful Inshore from the St. Lucie River, and blues were taken in the surf at Jensen Beach. Speckled perch are still being taken in large numbers on the north shore of Lake Okeechobee. The blues at Juno Pier were taken on cut bait on and off through much of the day. Here's the scoreboard: Wilder Clapp, 12 blues; W. B. Huston, eight blues; Tony! Muller, eight blues; Buzz Hatch, six blues and two mackerel: Joe TANNEN BINESETT touchdowns, and flanker Ted Hager. Gator split end is Guy McThe-ny, who has snared 20 passes for 180 yards. Florida's quarterback position, a season-long problem, will see Jackie Eckdahl back at the controls once more. The Gainesville junior saw sparse action and has hit on 40 of 84 tosses for and has hit on 40 or 84 tosses for 404 yards this season. One has gone for a TD and four have been intercepted. Senior Larry Rentz, started the season at number one quarterback, but lost his job to Eckdahl, will back Jackie up and handle Florida's punting. His kicks have averaged only 35 yards a piece, but only 10 of the 42 have been relumed. The Tigers of Coach Ralph (Shug) Jordan remember well the last time they came to Gainesville for a homecoming game. On that date in 1966, Heis-man trophy winning quarterback Steve Spurrier turned place kicker for one play and heat them with a 40 yard field goal late In the fourth quarter. Today Auburn brings with it the nation's second leading scorer by kicking, John Riley. One of his nine fleldgoals this year has been a 52 yarder, and his 17 extra point placements give him a total of 44 points. He also consistently kicks off deep into the end zone or clear through it, thus preventing any return. In another aspect of the kicking game, Auburn's punt rush has blocked six kicks already this season. Merrill Shirley, a quick Tiger safety, has credit for three of them. Auburn's offense revolves around quarterback Loran Carter, the SEC's passing leader last season. This year he has hit on 69 of 143 thi'ows for 880 yards and sixTDs. Carter's favorite receiver is Tim Christian, regarded by many to be the best receiver in the league. The nimble split end has pulled in 35 passes for 464 yards and five touchdowns. Tailback Dwlght Hurston, and fullback Larry Ellis have keyed Oregon May Give No. 1 '11' Trouble State tackles Virginia Tech In a night game and No. 20 Florida takes on Auburn. Blair, six blues and six mackerel; John McGolllck, six blues, and Lester Free, a 12-pound snook. Some mackerel were also taken during the day at the small span of the Riviera Beach causeway. "Bluefish by the tons," Brunig Moske, Jr., of the Fishing' Hole at Port Salerno, exaggerated slightly Friday. "And they're good size two and a half to three pounds," Brunig added. The top bluefish catch logged at the Fishing' Hole during the day was Walter Cook's 34. He took them In the Sun Parlor on cut bait. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Napoli caught 26 blues and 12 snapper in the same area. ; Johnny Crawford, of the Snook Nook at Jensen Beach, said blues were landed In the surf there Friday, and there are plenty of'., trout In the Indian River. MIAMI DADE NORTH (3071 Bruce Fleisher 73. John Emmel 76, Tom PelraRlla 79. MlkeMaler79. EDISON I 111 l Robbv Wilson 73. Mike Smiilev 76, Ken Welker, SO. Larrv Schmal-fel 82. INDIAN RIVER (319) - James Womack 77, Rick Sopka 78, Buddy Emlel 81, Ray Gowan83,KellvChllds83. miami Dade south 32n Doug Kellu 76, Gary Baker 81, Chuck Salitan 82, Scott Liddle 82. BROWARD (3261 - Dave Hendershaw 78, Don Weiss 80, Ren Morris. Bill Rupert 84. ST. JOSEPH (Rounds to completed toclav I Sam Slmcox 97. PALM BEACH ATLANTIC (Rounds to be completed today) record into their next encounter with Berkley Prep. STATISTICS First Downs Rushing Yardage Passing Yardage Return Yardage (Kicks, Passes, Fumbles) Passes Punts Fumbles Lost Yards Penalized 23 3 236 6 100 0 120 30 660 01- 1-35.0 7-27.0 1 1 35 5 St. Andrew's 39 Fla. Christian 0 Catches of speckles perch ranging from 40 on up to the limit were made In the Kisslmmee River and the north end of Govern ment tut r rlday. Bass fishing is fairly good In the Belle Glade area back in the grass at Long Point. Pahokee Ends 6-1 Season BOCA RATON Quarterback Richard Lee ran for 160 yards and two touchdowns to lead St Andrew's Scots to a 39-0 white wash of the Florida Christian Crusaders here Friday afternoon. Lee threw to halfback Hobey Early for a first quarter play covering 20 yards, and had a perfect afternoon in the air, completing six passes In six attempts, good for 100 yards. The Crusaders' deepest penetration was the Scot 35-yard line. St. Andrew's now carries a 6-2 BOWLING By Chuck Voorhis WHAT'S ALL THIS ABOUT EXPERIENCE coached by Jim Wadllngton and Sewall Gentry. He got them on runs of 70, 40 and 35 yards. Wllbert King scampered 54 yards for another, and Ivey Sheppard Intercepted a pass and lugged the ball back 75 yards to score. Jerry Pugh kicked three, extra points. TTT A JUDGE "BANZAI" CURRIE a -A W " J - 1 4 iif riin.il l i.. n FSU Host To VPI Tonight By JACK HARPER TALLAHASSEE (AFN) -The principal cloud hovering over Florida State's chances to push its season record to a 5-1 with a win over Virginia Tech Saturday Is a sore muscle All American flanker Ron Sellers will take Into the game. "It's just a Charley horse," Coach Bill Peterson said. "We kept him out of practice during the week as a precautionary measure. I'm sure he'll be ready to go." Seller's pulled leg muscle, Is just one of several "nit picking" Injuries the Seminoles suffered In the wold 35-28 South Carolina tattle last week, but it Is important because the phenomenal pass receiver is the key to the FSU attack. Defensive linebacker Dale McCullers, an All-America candidate, is still slowed by a kidney ailment and defensive ends Ron Wallace and Floyd Ratlifl are nursing minor hurts. All will be ready by gametime, but the question is will the missed practices throw that all important timing off? A crowd of 33,000 is expected at Campbell Stadium for the 7:30p.m. kickoff. The series, a traditional one stands even up six wins apiece. Virginia Tech brings a newly found offense to the 13th meeting with FSU. Running from a wide I featuring option and power plays, the Gobblers unveiled a passing game in downing West Virginia 27-12 last Saturday. Quarterback Al Kincald hit for 10 completion and 116 yards in 20 attempts. Coach Jerry Clairborne moved linebacker Ken Edwards to fullback and the 202-pound junior put the needed punch In the Tech ground game, plunging for 74 yards in nine carrys. However, Terry Smoot, 190-pound junior tailback, is most responsible for the Gobbler's Improved offense. Back finally from an injury prior to the Florida State game last year, he rushed 30 times, for 122 yards, showing his old form. The Tech defense, termed "one of the best in the country" has held Miami and Alabama to low scores. The line averages 240 pounds. Of Virginia Tech's nine touchdowns this year, the defense has scored four. Linebacker Mike Widger, a 195-pound junior from Pennsville, N.J., returned an Interception in a sparkling 74 yard touchdown run to turn the tide against West Virginia. FSU's quarterback Bill Cap-pieman has hit his peak performance, according to Coach Peterson, and Seminole receivers have adapted to his bullet like passes that are seldom Intercepted. Cappleman broke a pair of school records when he passed for 437 yards against South Carolina. FSU goes into the game with the country's sixth best passing attack and the fifth rated receiver in Ron Sellers. Tabbed "Jingle Joints" for his deceptive moves, Sellers will be shooting for all time college receiving records Saturday. He needs 13 catches to Jump from fourth to second spot behind Tulsa's Howard Twllly In receptions. Currently, Sellers has 169 catches (not Including Bowl Games). He needs to gain only 22 yards to become the second leading all time receiver via yardage, with 2861 yards, he would have to catch passes good for 483 yards In the five remaining games to become the top yardage receiver in college football history. By The Associated Press Southern California's Trojans, who have resembled wooden horses in their last two games, will try to maintain thier No. 1 position in major college football Saturday against Oregon's surprisingly strong defensive forces. Despite being heavily favored, USC Coach John McKay knows that Oregon, Improving after a slow start, could provide a stiff test for his troops. "We must play better this week," McKay has been saying, "than we did in our last two games. Otherwise we'll be In big trouble." In its two previous games prior to taking last week off the undefeated Trojans managed to edge Stanford by only 27-24 and then had trouble with Washington while posting a 14 7 victory. How much the week's rest will help USC and workhorse O. J. Simpson, is questionable, but Simpson will be going against a team that held him to just 63 yards rushing in 23 carries last season. Simpson has been carrying the ball almost 40 times a game and has gained 980 yards In five games while scoring 13 touchdowns. But Oregon, winner of Its last three games, has put together a tough defense that limited second-ranked Ohio State to two touchdowns from scrimmage. The Buckeyes, meanwhile, face a hurdle this Saturday in No. 16 Michigan State, coming off a 21-17 upset of Notre Dame. Ohio State, 5-0 over-all, currently is tied for the Big Ten lead at 3-0 with Michigan. No. 3 ranked Kansas, with the most potent scoring attack In the country, also goes against an upset-minded team, Colorado. The Buffalos last week whipped Oklahoma 41-27. Penn State, No. 4 and also seeking to stretch its unbeaten season to six, meets stubborn Army. Besides USC, Ohio State, Kansas and Penn State, the only other major unbeaten and untied teams are Harvard, Penn. No. 19 Ohio University and Yale. Harvard and Penn, both 5-0 are paired against each other. Ohio U 6-0, takes on Western Michigan and Yale, 5 0, meets Dartmouth. Each of the last two seasons has produced only one unbeaten Wyoming last year and Alabama in 1966. In other action among the top 10 teams, No. 5 Tennessee meets UCLA, No. 6 Purdue takes oj Illinois, No. 7 Georgia goes against No. 15 Houston, No. 8 California plays Washington, No. 9 Michigan tackles Northwestern and No. 10 Missouri meets Oklahoma State. There Is one match-up among the second 10, No. 11 Texas playing No. 13 SMU. In others, No. U Notre Dame meets Navy, No. 14 LSU goes against Mississippi In a night game, No. 17 Arkansas tests Texas A&M, No. 18 Florida McGrath In Top Spot GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) -Mike McGrath of El Cerrito, Calif., won eight match games, averaging 238, and moved into first place Friday In the $30,000 Green Bay Open Professional Bowlers Association tourney. McGrath upped his total pin-fall to 7,484, which Includes 400 bonus pins for taking all eight matches. Harry Johnson of Los Angeles, the leader going Into the match game phase of the tourney, was second at 7,218, including 250 bonus pins. A final eight-game block Friday night completed the PAHOKEE - A 14-7 loss to Jupiter was the only blemish on Pahokee Junior High School's football team this season. The juniors closed their campaign with a 6-1 record Thursday when they drubbed Moore Haven by 33-0. Jewell Everts scored three of the touchdowns for the team LINE mmssm. wwm f ii ii Two Above 700 For 4th Time JLW PASSINOS AND JLV1 HOLLAND made the 700 circle again at the Riviera Lanes, Passinos with 268-286-215-769 in the Sheldon T.V. league, and Holland 255-243-208706 in the Classic Doubles loop. It was the fourth 700 for each since last spring. Bowling In the Sheldon were Chuck Reeves 631 (231-210), Al Pinder 646 (243-218), Tom Jones 631 (211-213), Bill Morris 597 ( 223) and Holland (on an off night) 583 (216). In the Doubles Classic, following Holland's 706 were Carl MacGregor636 (235-214) andChuck Reeves 625 (225-210). Other highlights of the week: A 256 game by Jim Moore, a 160 average bowler in the Ball N' Chain league at Jupiter Lanes. . . A 671 (245) by Vem Root in the Gun Guvs N' Dolls league at Riviera. AROUND THE LANES JITITER LANES The 600 bell continued to ring in these lanes. Jim Johnson had a 631 with a 246 single in the Sunday Night Strikers league. Other sets: Bob Sheltra 554, Don Holly 535 with singles to Annemarie Koho 231, Jim Eskew 201, Herb Koho 193 .. . The Friday American Music league: Dick Schmidtke 603 (213-213), Stu Gangaware 595 (207-201), Doc Sutcllffe 587 (211), Jack Carpenter 224, Wes Arrance 212, Bill Asbury 208 .. . Wednesday Commercial: Dick .chmidtke 624 (243), Jim Moore 541, Joe Haran 549 and singles to Ted Bischoff 200, Herb Woschnlck 196, Marc Young 188 .. . Thursday Night Civic league: Jim Johnson 551, Joe Sheltra 531, Bill Dill 565, Marc Rogers 209, Les Beard 200, Robert Reed 212 . . . Ball N' Chain league: Jim Moore 668 ( 256), Dick Schmidtke 521 (188), Bobby Shettleroe 499 (190), George Hudnut 189, Bill Miller 178, Marge Moore 178 .. . Boys Saturday Winter league: Run Castantino 492 (201), Dan Wilder 498 (168), Jerrv Lawson 484 (181), Bill Oblacznski 178, MattSayers 168, Brent Carrington 158. GARDEN LANES Florida Music Scratch league: Rose Jones 573 (235), Terry Esposito 564 (193), Denise Clarke 521 (196), Esther Morrow 518 (189), Louise Selde 515 (179), Eleanor Butler 510 (178), Trudle Kldd 509 (207), Aon Reed 503 (179), Ellen Sikora 503 (187) . . . T.N.T. league: Herm Stevens 566 ( 216), Edgar Robertson 535 (195), Tim Sutherland 518 (194), Phil Kinsey 508, Chuck Limerick 504 (196), Norm Eisner 504 .. . V.I.B. league: Lois Bell 514 (214), Anne Kunkle 479 (205), Nonie Moll 494. MAJOR LEAGUE LANES Mr. and Mrs. Mixed loop: Glenn Evans 574 ( 206), Joe Guerrieri 559, Gailon Maxon 551, Jack Peterson 215, Wright Ansbach 207 .. . Star Roofing Mixed: Fran Lazarus 541, Roger Overton 568, Ell Beaumont 538, Rav Meeker 209. D. M. Cross 194, Terry Cheney 168. VERDES TROPICANA LANES - Satellite league: Charles Chapman 565 ( 209), Wlbb Knaub 558 (233), Walt Kaskev 549 (199), John Scott 545 (194), M. H. Jones 538 (196), Emle Gregory 535 (240), Fred Sample 523 ( 209) . . . Tropicana loop: Barbara Hagan 498 (198), Juanita Patterson 484 (176) . . . Tuesday Nleht Salt St. Andrews 6 14 6 13- 39 Fla. Christian 0 0 00 0 SA Earlv 6run, kirk failed SA H arden 20 pass (rom Lee SA Hislop, 10 run. Henderson kick SA Lee, 4(1 run, kick failed SA Lee. lfi run, Henderson kick SA Earlv 2 pass from Lee. Kick failed. DEMOCRAT A GOOD JUDGE can't.run for office as a "politician"! A GOOD JUDGE doesn't render decisions based on party affiliation or political views. A GOOD JUDGE makes decisions by applying the LAW to the FACTS in each case. Therefore, when a Judge seeks re-election (as does Judge Banzai Currie) a fair comparison of his EXPERIENCE and legal knowledge to that of his opponent would be in order. Judge Currie tried cases in gJl courts before he went on the bench. He was elected City Judge of West Palm Beach for three years. In over 17 years on the bench he has heard more than 50,000 cases in the SMALL CLAIMS-Magistrate COURT as the senior presiding judge (there are 5 judges) The local Bar voted him "well-qualified" 175 to 13. He employed and trained the courteous and efficient clerks in the Civil Division. Judge Carrie's OPPONENT has never tried a civil case in any court; his entire three year legal career has been spent as an assistant to the county solicitor. This is EXPERIENCE vs. INEXPERIENCE! On November 5th, please remember Judge Currie's experience and vote for him. You will have cast your vote for one of the most respected men in Florida legal circles; and a judge whose 17 years EXPERIENCE gives him an understanding of your problems. Sound logical? mm ish : Richard Gould 235, Robert Sunders 232, Ray Marksberry 226 . . . ouwung oeues: nancy campi nus (lift), Kozanna Soil 507 (185), Alta Meredith 461 (184), Judy Best 181 .. . Kathy Otterson and Alice Parkerson of the Friday Night Mixed Foursomes, recently won bowling balls and a trip to bowl in the Pro-Am In Miami, Kathy teamed with Dorothy Fothergill to finish third and Alice with Elvira Toepper to finish eighth. In the league's last outing it was Marion Adamka 550 (191), John Parkerson 481, John Maier480 (192), Edward Falion 480, Alice Parkerson a 183 single. RIVIERA LANES Cinderella league: Rlckie Dressel 517 (180-180), Rhea Hall 496 (175), Mary Milling 489 (197), Lillian Tracey 193, Launa Griffin 183, Alice W'ahler and June Ackerman 181s . . . Community league: Elwood Langdon 637 ( 232), Bob Anderson 590 (210), Frank Waack 569 ( 205), Dick Held 561 (202), Bill Freitag 560 ( 234), Earl Fennell 559 (210), Paul Angel 223, Ron Fennell 213, Clayton Cooper 203, Jim Marrow 202, Joe Gregg 200, Tom Hilliard 194 .. . The Scattcrpins: Evelyn Little 514 (178) Jane Phillips 477 (170), Betty McBand 451 (180), Lonl Williamson 171, Judy Baldas 169 .. . Ball N Chain: Rick Philbrlck 616 (225-214), Hal Keech 573 (204), Bob Rinker 551 (194), John Petras 541 (194), Bill Hubbard 212, Tonv Bontempo 203, Chuck Frost 200 .. . Guys N Dolls: Vem Root 671 (245), Chuck Frost 631 (225), Donn Eckhoff 622 (221), Chuck Clrovolo 618 (247), Jeri Eckhoff 461 (167), Joyce McBrlde 450 (168) LEVER 20-B u Emm ON THE M Pl Arfv by Comp Trtat .