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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 48

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Sunday, November 3, 1968
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Palm Beach Post-Times, Sunday, Nov. 3, 196 D3 Ed Pltisted poooooeurxii:ionooo Score Board IK J-w K "Uti ' 1 Penn Scare State Given By Cadets Cadets Gird alb f -A 4 . For Opener H 8000000000000000 Executive Sports Editor ( 10, Penn State added a score on Campbell's one-yard plunge, but Army came right back, covering 67 yards in five plays with Jarvls covering the final yard. Army tried a short kick, but Ted Kwallck picked It up and ran 53 yards to score for the clincher, although Army got another TD shot with Llndell passing eight yards to Gary Steele. IT IS EASY TO PASS Palm Beach Military Academy and not take notice of it. The academy is located off Belvedere Road adjacent to the International Airport. There are only two buildings converted Air Force barracks but they are neat and clean. Outside the main entrance a young cadet in khaki stood guard with a wooden version of the M l rifle. He was only a freshman but he took his job seriously. He was polite and he mixed "Sir" with his short sentences as he directed me to the headquarters building. It is refreshing, if you are a member of my square generation, to find clean-cut and polite teenagers on any campus. At Palm Beach Military they still teach in the old fashioned way drill and discipline. And while most of the faculty are combat-hardened military veterans who set high standards for their young men, I seem to detect the undertone of fatherly love In their dealing with the cadets. The football coach's office Is small and crowded with athletic equipment. Capt. L. M. Mann sat behind his desk in his coaching shorts and went over his roster. The captain is 35 years old and an Army outscored Penn State in the final quarter 17-12, but earlier scores by the Nittany Lions and a 53-yard klckoff return for the Lions' final score after Army had narrowed the margin to five points clinched It. Bob Campbell, speedy senior Penn State halfback who returned to the Penn State line-up after being sidelined with a shoulder separation, scored two touchdowns for the winners. Campbell gained 104 yards on 17 carries and had Army defenders chasing him all over the field. Penn State built a 9-7 half time lead on Campbell's nine-yard touchdown run and a safety when Army's Charley Jarvls downed the ball in his own end zone after a bad pass from center. A 15-yard pass from Steve Llndell to Lynn Moore in the second period gave Army its first score. In the third period, Penn State's Charlie Plttman drove one yard for a TD, only to see Army come back for three points on a 30-yard field goal by Arden Jensen In the opening minutes of the final period. With the Lions ahead only 16- Marine Weather Small boat forecast tor the Florida lower east coast through the Bahamas as far as Nassau and southward through the Florida straits. State of seas decrease to three feet today; Inlet waters with a light to moderate chop. ARMY SPOILS TOUcHDOWN BID ...Kim McCall (40) breaks up pass ft, Lira iMVdftSl MACDUFFEE J SICILIANO UNIVERSITY PARK. Pa. (AP) Penn State withstood a fourth-quarter Army rally Saturday to score a 28-24 football victory before a crowd of 49,122. Tar Heels Bombed By Air Force AIR FORCE ACADEMY, Colo. (AP) Quarterback Gary Baxter ran for two touchdowns and passed for two more, Including a 78-yard bomb to Ernest Jennings, to send Air Force winging to a 28-15 football victory over North Carolina Satur-lay. Baxter's long distance hookup with Jennings put the Falcons In front 14-9 late in the first half md they pulled steadily away to nelr fifth victory in seven james. North Carolina, leading early by 6-0 and then 9-7, lost steam after starting quarterback Gayle Bomar suffered a dislocated thumb and left in the final minute of the half. Tarheel Chip Stone's punt to !he Air Force three set up the Southerners' opening quarter touchdown on a 47-yard pass from Bomar to Don McCauley. The Falcons, locked against their goal line, punted to their 47 and on the first play Bomar hit McCauley. Baxter's four completed passes, three to Charles Longnecker for 27 yards, carried most of way on a 65-yard drive for the Falcons' first touchdown on Baxter's 11-yard run up the middle after faking a pass. North Carolina 6 3 0 6-15 Air Force 0 14 14 028 NC McCauley 47 pass from Bomar (kick failed) AFA Baxter 11 run (Leuthauser kick) NC FG Hartlg 28 AFA Jennings 78 pass from Baxter (Leuthauser kick) AFA Longnecker 13 pass from Baxter (Leuthauser kick) AFA Baxter 4 run (Leuthauser kick) NC McCauley 1 run (pass failed) A-24.5. ft enneus FINE Bulldogs: 10-10 Tie Via Rally ATHENS, Ga. (UPI) Jim McCullough kicked a 38-yard filed goal wit only 12 seconds left to play Saturday to give the seventh-ranked Georgia Bulldogs a come from behind 10-10 tie with the 13th-ranked Houston Cougars and offset a sensational VOTE FOR ROBERT C. Army veteran of the Korean Conflict. A native of Clarksville, Tenn., he played quarterback for his high school team and for Austin-Peay State. Mann Is friendly and full of enthusiasm but also expressed doubts about the Cadets' first football game in the school's short five-year history. Palm Beach Military opens play Suin' "y, Nov. 10 against Freeport High on the Bahamas. i There's Lots Of Enthusiasm "We have only been practicing since Oct. 1," said the coach "Our blue and white game suits haven't arrived yet. Right now I'm trying to get a schedule for this fall and at the same time get the program in swing." There are only 28 Cadets out for the PBMA football team but what they lack In experience and talent they sure make up in enthusiasm. Thursday afternoon they worked out briskly under the direction of Mann and his Assistants, Maj. Warren Siclliano and Maj. F. Patrick MacDuffee. Siclliano Is the second commandant and also the holder of the Grand Master 10th Degree Karado Karate Red Belt. MacDuffee is the acting headmaster. Mann is teaching "I" formation football with a split end and flanker. Out of the 28 varsity candidates he has only six boys with any previous school experience. His job is not easy and he is lucky in the sense that he can play both Freeport High and Freeport Catholic, two schools also in their first year of football. The probably PBMA starting lineup for thelrropener will feature Paul Bridgett at quarterback, Scott Brockway at running-back, Slg Ramberg at fullback and Rene Camps at flankerback. Up front it will be Adel and Sergio Sotolongo, a pair of cousins at Your best guarantee of responsible leadership from a man tested and proven in public office. COUNTY COMMISSIONER REPUBLICAN ti. Pol ad ouih, Conp. Trtoi. JEWELRY DEPARTMENT MAIN FLOOR AAVC CIPQT nilAI ITV FIRST QUALITY Army Pew Stale First downs First downs Rushing yardage Passing yardage Return yardage Passes Punts Fumbles lost Yards penalized -2 16 12 123 258 56 18-29-0 6-31.7 1 33 16 245 42 203 7-13-0 5-40 8 0 34 Army 0 7 0 17-24 Penn State 9 0 7 1228 PSU-Campbell run (Garthwalte kick i PSU-Safety Jarvls tackled in end zone Army Moore 13 pass from Llndell (Jensen kick) PSU Plttman 1 run (Garthwalte kick) Army FG Jensen 30 PSU-Campbell 2 run (pass failed) Army-Jarvls 1 run (Jensen kirk) PSU-KwaUck 53 Uckotf return (run ailed) Army-Sleele I past from Llndell (Jen--en kick) A-49,122. A little. Goes Lent) Woy! At SIMtllV VOLKSWAGEN W Silm iMtK - til 1000 60 minute timer Luminous dial and hands Automatic calendar Sweep second hand ALWAYS I ) ' ; ' " - i BRIDGETT RAMBERG f -; J .... 3 Paul Gipson. more than 500 yards and Gipson personally picking up 230 of those on 37 carries, there appeared no hope tha the Bulldogs would be able to continue the unbeaten record. But suddenly In the final period, Terry Osbolt pounced on a Gipson fumble at the Houston 25 yard line and four plays later, with 11:33 left on the clock, Georgia cut the gap to 10-7. Sophomore quarterback Mike Cavan hit sophomore end Charles Whittemore with a 19-yard pass and then, after the Bulldogs lost a yard, threw a seven-yard touchdown pass to fullback Brad Johnson and McCullough added the extra point to cut the gap to 10-7. The Cougars appeared to be putting the game on ice when Gipson led them deep into Georgia territory in the closing minutes but the Bulldogs held for downs at their nine-yard line and took over with two minutes left to play. Egged on by a record crowd of 59,381, the Bulldogs drove within field goal range on the passing and running of Cavan. The sophomore field general threw a 21-yard pass to Whittemore, added another 28 yards on a run of his own, flipped a seven yard pass to Kent Lawrence and then hit Whittemore again for 14 more yards as the Bulldogs traveled 70 yards In less than a minute. But although Georgia had a first down at the Houston 21, three running plays lost two yards, So, with only 19 seconds left to play, they called on McCullough to save the day. Houston's actual total was 532 yards four more than Its nation leading average. Houston Georgia First downs 18 12 Rushing yardage 37(1 91 Passing yardage lt2 185 Return yardage 11 27 Passes 716 2 16-26 2 Punts 4-34 Ml Fumbles lost 3 1 Yards penalized 59 50 Houston I I I II Veoruia I II II Hous FG Leiweke .12 Hous Wrlghi W) pass from Bailey (Leiwekekick) GA Johnson 7 pass from Cavan (McCullough kirk) GA F(J McCullough 38 A -59,31(1 Kennedy Gets No. 6 VERO BEACH Kennedy's high scoring Vikings rolled to their sixth win of the season without a loss Saturday night with a 33-6 victory over Glfford In an Atlantic Conference high school football game here. Glfford made the contest close for three quarters holding Kennedy to a 14-6 lead. But then Coach Ben McCoy's club bolted out or range with 19 last-quarter points. Kennedy 14 I ! - Gilford I K-A. Clark 9 run (H.Coleman kick) K Toombs 1 run (H. Coleman run) G Smith 4.1 pass from King (run failed) K B.Coleman 11 past Irom Toombs (Kick failed) K Jackson 38 fumble recovery (H. Coleman kick) K Locke 68 Interception (kick blocked) India Next Foe Of U.S. SAN JUAN (AP) The United States, one step away from Its first Davis Cup Challenge Round In five years, meets India in the Interzone final Saturday with the winner moving on to tackle the cup-holding Australians during Christmas week. The all around WATERPROOF SPORTSMAN WATCH for the all around man! NBA Roundup Eulera MvMm In IM Pet Baltimore 8 3 .727 Boston J .714 1 Cincinnati 5 2 .714 1 Philadelphia I 3 .500 IV, New York 4 5 .444 3 Detroit 3 4 .429 3 Milwaukee 1 .143 5 Western Division Phoenix.. 4 3 .571 Los Angeles 4 4 .900 K Atlanta 4 4 .500 H Chicago 4 4 . 500 14 San Diego 3 3 .500 H San Francisco 3 4 .428 i Seattle 1 C .250 24 Friday's Reaalts Baltimore 119. New York 103 Boston 118. Philadelphia 99 Chicago 114, Los Angeles 101 Cincinnati 132, Milwaukee 114 Atlanta 109, San Francisco 105 Only games scheduled Saturday's Games Boston at Baltimore New York at Detroit San Francisco at Milwaukee Cincinnati at Philadelphia Chicago al Seattle Only games scheduled Sunday's Games Los Angeles at Phoenix Chicago at San Diego New York at Seattle Boston at Atlanta Only games scheduled Monday's Games San Francisco at Phoenix Only game scheduled ABA Roundup Eastern Division Won Lost Pel. Behind Minnesota 2 0 1.000 Kentucky 4 1 .800 New York 2 2 . 500 1 Indiana 1 3 . 250 IV, Miami 1 3 .250 214 West era Division Oakland 4 1 .800 New Orleans 3 1 .750 14 Houston 1 1 .500 lli Dallas 0 1 .000 2 Los Angeles 0 2 .000 214 Denver 0 3 .000 3 Friday's Results Miami 111, New York 110 Only game scheduled Today's Games Denver at Oakland Houston at Indiana New Orleans at Los Angeles New York at Minnesota Miami at Kentucky Only games scheduled Sunday's Games Kentucky at New York Only game scheduled Monday's Games Minnesota at Indiana Only game p -"edv'tl NHL Roundup Eastern Division WLT Pta. GF GA Montreal 6 1 1 13 28 14 Chicago 6 3 0 12 42 30 New York 3 0 12 35 23 Boston 6 4 0 12 29 23 Toronto 4 2 1 9 18 18 Detroit 3 3 0 8 23 20 Western Division St. Louis 4 4 0 8 27 21 Oakland 3 5 2 8 24 34 Los Angeles 2 5 1 5 17 33 Minnesota 2 5 1 5 21 18 Pittsburgh 1 4 2 4 15 22 Philadelphia 1 5 2 4 15 23 Friday's Rer-lls Oakland 5, Chicago 2 Only game scheduled. Saturday's Games Detroit at Montreal Philadelphia at Troon lo Pittsburgh at Los Angeles Minnesota at St. Louis Only games scheduled Sunday's Games Montreal at Philadelphia Minnesota at New York Chicago at Boston St. Louis at Detroit Pittsburgh at Oakland Only games scheduled Monday's Games No games scheduled Vandy Hits Three Wins For Season NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -The running of Chuck Boyd and the passing of sophomore John Miller powered Vanderbll to a 21-7 triumph over Tulane Satur day and gave the Commodores their first three-victory football season since 1964. vanaerDllt established a strong running game early sus tained two long marches and took a 14-0 lead on a seven-yard run by Dave Strong and a 10-yard pass from Miller to Strong. Miller ran 17 yards for a third period touchdown. Tulane got Its only touchdown in the second quarter when Wayne Francingues passed 17 yards to Sonny Tlsarich after Jim Yarter's 38-yard punt return to the Vandy 20. The Green Wave, which has lost six of seven games, reached the Vandy four In the second quarter after a 56-yard run hv Warren Bankston, but a fourth down pass was deflected in the end zone by Neal Smith. Doug Mathews caught Bankston from behind at the seven. The game counted In Vandy's Southeastern Conference standing, and it was the first SEC Commodore victory since beating Tulane In 1965. Vandy has a 3-3-1 over-all record. Vandy marched 56 yards for Its first TD after Chip Healy recovered a Bankston fumble. Miller and Boyd gained 13 each and Strong scored on a pitchout. The next time It got the ball, Vandy drove to the Tulane 39 where Miller, finding his receivers covered, ran 24 yards to the 15. Two plays later he passed to Strong for the TD. Tulane q 7 0 of Vanderbllt 7 7 7 njj Van-Strong 7 run (Healy kirk) Van Strong 10 pass Irom Miller (Healy kick 1 Tul-Tlsarlch 17 pass Irom Franctnquei (Bookatt kick) H Van Miller 17 run (Healy kick) A-16.469. Villanova Is Victim Of W&M WILLIAMSBURG, Va. (AP) William and Mary put together its most consistent football ffenslve of the season Saturday and upset Villanova 33-12 behind the running of Terry Morton end Mark Parkenham. The Indians rolled up a 26-0 oargln before Villanova caught f re late in the game behind the passing of John Sodaskl. The bwildcats closed to 26-12 with less than three minutes left In the game. But the Indians' defense stiffened, and Morton raced 59 yards for the final score on the last play of the game. Morton rushed for 142 yards on 23 carries and Pakenham oalned 108 on 20 carries. Sodas-k led Villanova with 59 yards rushing and completed 114 of 31 hasses for 216 vards, the ends; Mitch Grooms and L. D. Grieves at tackles; Mike Stucker and Jack Cook at guards and Armando Rlvero at center. Only Cook, Stuckert, the Sotolongs, Bridgett and Brockway have previous experience. But Mann says he has a rugged line which averages 205 pounds. He also asked me, "How big a team Is Freeport? How good are they? Do you think our kids will stand a chance?" I assured the coach the Freeport Hlgh-PBMA contest would be a good match. Still Mann fretted as all football coaches do. He acted more like a mother on her daughter's first date. "Bridgett is a good passer and runner," Mann said. "But we don't have anyone who can catch him yet. That's our main problem." Game Travel To Cost $1,000 PBMA hasn't elected a football captain yet but the best bet seems to be Adel Sotolongo. A 6-foot-2, 200-pound end, the 17-year-old Adel is also a Cadet lieutenant colonel. "It will cost us about $1,000 for the Eastern flight over Nov. 10," Mann said, "but we think it Is worth the expense. We hope to play Freeport Catholic in West Palm Beach later this month. We have been promised the use of a local high school field for our home game. We will have the academy band and some girls from Forest Hill High have agreed to serve as cheerleaders." Mann also pointed out that football Isn't the only athletic program at the academy. Cadets compare in both varsity and intramural soccer, basketball, baseball, gymnastics, wrestling, track, boxing, swimming, golf, riding and tennis. "Our problem in football Is that we don't have a field," the coach said. "Wo have to practice on u field across from the academy. We have no goal posts so we practice kicking extra points with imaginary ones." Mann, however, Is optimistic about the future of football at PBMA. "We started with only 30 cadets five years ago and this fall we have 168," he beamed. "Next year we expect close to 200. We plan to expand our campus at a new location In the future. These things will help attract more cadets and, I hope, football players." at w KkV , MJmjrM , t iM : BROCKWAY CAMPS Crush Rice 47-14. The 220-lb senior halfback revived nlghmarish memories for Baylor as he cracked through the line 36 times, scoring from 2, 9 and 7 vards out. running effort by Houston's Houston, tne nation s leading offensive team, scored all of Its points in the first period in a 32-yard field goal and a conversion by Terry Kelweke, and an ?0 yard touchdown pass from quarterback Ken Bailey to split end Elmo Wright. With the Cougars gaining Purdue Crushes 111 inois LAFAYETTE, Ind. (AP) Sixth-ranked Purdue erupted for 21 points In the second period Saturday, then beat down aroused and wlnless Illinois for a 35-17 Big Ten football victory before a record Ross-Ade Stadium crowd of 62,321. The success was directed by assistant coach Bob OeMoss, a former Purdue star quarterback who took over the Boilermaker reins Tuesday when head Coach Jack Mollenkopf was hospitalized with a liver ailment. Purdue stayed mainly on the ground for the second straight week in rolling to its sixth victory against one loss. The winners, now 3-1 in the Big Ten, outrushed Illinois 317 yards to 190 and completed two of six passes for 10 net yards. All-American back Leroy Keyes and fullback Perry Williams both broke the Purdue career rushing record. Williams gained 106 yards for a total of 1,831 and Keyes gained 81 for 1,830, breaking the record of 1,802 set by Duane Purvis in 1934. ' Williams and Keyes each scored one touchdown. Keyes also threw a 13-yard scoring pass to Bob Dillingham. The mini, dropping their seventh game, held the Boilermakers scoreless In the third period. Illinois quarterback Bob Na-ponic, helped by a 15-yard holding penalty against Purdue, directed Illinois to its second touchdown with three minutes left. He plunged for the final yard after a 21-yard pass to Bob Burns. Burns scored Illinois' touchdown on a 25-yard run with 47 seconds left in the first half. Illinois 3 0 -17 Purdue 7 21 0 7-35 Pur Williams 1 run (Jones kick) 111 FG MrKlssic 24 Pur Keyes 8 run (Jones kick) Pur Dillingham 13 pass from Keyes (Jones kick) Pur-Klepert 1 run (Jones kick) HI Bums 25 run (Huston pass from Naponlc) Pur Klepert 1 run (Jones kick) III Naponlc 1 run (run failed) A-62,321. Bob Bayless Kicks3; Yale Wins Special to Post-Times NEW HAVEN, Conn. Bob Bayless of West Palm Beach kicked three extra points and passed for a 17-yard touchdown with four seconds left In the game as Yale thrashed Dartmouth, 41-27, In an Ivy League football game here. Bayless completed two of six passes for 22 yards and punted tour times for an average of 34 yards. Q98 aJ CHARGE IT! plus ... tested to 3 atmospheres, IOC waterproof 9Vf5 . : t s IF shock resistant anti-magnetic electronically time tested waterproof strap Summertime means fun and action time! The I new Sportsman is ruggedly built to "take it" and is a delight to own and use. This marelous I ' watch is also perfect for speakers, club mem; I bers and anyone else who wishes to "time" ; events. Waterproof when eryxtnl, crown and cane rtmain intact. MaifiattkjrTMDH COACH L. M. MAIN INS SHOWS FLAY . . .Cadet end Adel Sotolongo listens ALSO AVAILABLE IN WOMEN'S q qo AND YOUTH SMALLER SIZE Red Raiders FORT WORTH, Tex. (AP) j Swift, sturdy Ross Montgomery shredded Baylor's defense for a record 177 yards and 3 touchdowns Saturday as Texas Christian buried the bungling Bruins PENNEYS OPEN 10 to 9:30 PM MONDA Y THRU SA TURD AY Ililllllllllllllflllllflllllltll 9

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