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Palm Beach Post-Times, Sunday, Nov. 3, 1968 D5 Y TTwio-Vit Raiders Face Tough Chiefs JU1 VVV J Golf Group The Palm Beach County Wom en's Golf Association wound up , its season with a postponed best ' two-ball foursome competition at the Palm Beach National Golf and Country Club last week. And after the tournament, new officers were elected. By United Press International Kansas City may be about to teach Oakland a lesson Sunday an experience the Raiders shoeId have learned from past American Football League history. Oakland 5-2 had been picked AFL champions and establish itself as a dynasty. These were basically the same experts who predicted great things for Kansas City in 1966 when the Chiefs were crowned champs and went to the first Super Bowl. Kansas City believed the press They are: Jo Knight of the Belle Glade CC, president, Shar-on Pauly, PGA National Goif ' Club, 1st vice president, Kat Weeks, Belle Glade, 2nd vice ' president, Joan Runkel, PGA Club, secretary, and Rhoda ' by most observers to repeat as notices and while looking ahead twa in I DUMONT SMITH IS TOP CONTENDER FOR FRIDAY'S 50-LAPRACE Late Modifieds Coming Bricker, Delray CC, treasurer. There was a tie at a net 140, best two balls, among the team of Ruth Mazza, Atlantis; Jewell ' Herron, West Palm Beach; Ethel Hulsklng, Boca Raton; Jo Knight, Belle Glade; and the team of Mickey Sweeney, PGA ' National; Marge Say, Palm Beach National; June Didow, ' Palm Beach National and Kitty Dew whose card was used as a blind draw. In third place, at 142, were . Emily McCaffrey, West Palm; Fran Treybal, Delray; Charlotte ', Soldo, West Palm; and Irene Hendry, Lake Worth. There was ) a tie at 144 for the next prize winning spot between the teams of Gladys Jewettm, Atlantis; Joe Bertash, PGA National; Mildred Thorne, PGA National; CI Carroll, Delray, and Julie Matter, West Palm; Arlene Strong, PGA National; Elizabeth Car-' roll, Atlantis and Marie Bode-mer, Lake Worth. Awards for the season long play In the championship flight ; went to Maggie Smith of PGA for a gross of 651 for eight tour- ' naments, and low net to Dessle Emmons of Lake Worth with 582. to another battle with Green Bay last season, watched the Raiders march to a 13-1 record and the title. This season Oakland has seemingly fallen into the same trap and another loss to the Chiefs in the Bay City Sunday would all but remove the Raiders from serious title consideration. Oakland, however, is favored by 2 1-2 points. In other AFL action Sunday, the jets are 19 over Buffalo in New York, the Chargers are favored by 16 points over Miami at San Diego, Houston is nine over the Bengals in Cincinnati and the Patriots are 3 1-2 points over Denver at Boston. Despite Hewritt Dixon's league-leading 580 yards rushing and Daryle Lamonlca's 14 touchdown passes, the Raiders have been able to generate a consistent offense, especially In the first half of their games. However Lamonica threw three TD tosses last week against the expansion Bengals and may be ready to hit his stride. The Chiefs beat the Raiders in their first encounter, using the old straight T-formation and throwing only three passes, an all-time AFL low. With wide receivers Closter Richardson and Otis Taylor returning to the lineup for full-time duty this week, the Chiefs can be expected to utilize both the old T and the new wide open offense to keep the Raiders off balance. San Diego hopes to keep In the thick of the Western Division race with a victory over Miami but the Chargers are hurting with six regualrs, including Lance Alworth, listed as doubtful. The Chargers picked up an old teammate Keith Lincoln on waivers from Buffalo earlier In the week for added depth and experience during the stretch run. Karl Noonan, who replaced the injured Jack Clancy at the start of the season for Miami has moved up to third place among the league's receivers with 30 grabs for 424 yards and five scores. A W S 1 West Palm Beach's Jimmy Crowe is a tough man to beat at Palm Beach Fairgrounds Speedway. That is, if Crowe can stay away from the concrete retaining wall. Crowe won his second stocker feature In three weeks. Friday night at the half-mile banked oval on State Road 80, but not until he had a few anxious moments. During a preliminary heat, Crowe tangled with Pete Leuf-kins and wound up against the wall with a mashed front end. However, the veteran driver calmly ripped off the battered hood and fenders and entered the feature without them. He promptly won in a breeze. Last week, an accident cost Crowe a possible feature win. Dave Mlllspaugh of West Palm Beach rode home second in the 30-lap feature. Carl Spears of West Palm Beach took the first 25-lap bomber feature at the track and the new division proved to be a pleaser with the 1,500 fans present. Several wrecks spiced the action but no one was injured. Fort Lauderdale's C.J. King spun, hit the wall, spun again, and hit the wall a second time in the stocker feature but escaped without a scratch. Satellite Beach's Dumont Smith along with Miami area drivers Bobby Brach, Larry Rogero, Gary Ballough and Larry Griffin. Crowe is also expected to have a modified ready for the event along with area drivers Paul Connors and Mlllspaugh. The demolition derby, one of racing's most popular events, pays $125 to the last car running. Also up for grabs Friday night Is $50 If someone can beat the track record set two years ago by Red Farmer of Hueytown, Ala. Farmer turned the track In 19.50 seconds, a cool 92.25 m.p.h. The speedway Is putting up $25 of the purse and Bob Burnette Is donating the other $25 if it's done on his racing tires. Richie Bishop, driving 13A, took the comedy award for the evening. Last week Bishop spun Into the Infield and crashed into a wrecker. Friday night, he lost control again and you guessed it he hit the same wrecker. But Bishop didn't quit there. Later In the evening he again went sliding into the infield and whacked a Volkswagen Bus owned by promoters Ron Hall and Billy Dodds. Bishop may have to pay his way in next week. Hall and Dodds have announced the biggest race card yet for next Friday night. Included will be a 50-lap feature for the late modifieds and a demolition derby. Hall and Dobbs are at Tampa's Gold Coast Speedway today site of the Florida State Modified Championship lining up modified drivers for next Friday's feature which pays $500 for a $2,400 purse to the winner. Expected to be present are Total Service Hallandale Stalls 43 ' IMtlFl&KIKI More thn 2500 basic building designs. Durable, attractive commercial and industrial buildings. A.nr mi. vh Copt lo tt'owtf i GUY RODGERS of the Milwaukee Bucks knocks the rebounding ball away from Tom Van Arsdale of the Cincinnati Royals as Royals win, 132-114. Strdrlee. Bl.l SKA I" Don Sebastian, TV and night club comedian, had the honor of being Gulfstream's first arrival. He checked in with Tollway Belle and four stablemates. Sebastian takes time off from his entertainment chores to train his racers which he vanned from his Davie farm. Other arrivals shipped from Chicago. They were Bobby Cramer with 17, Bill Smith with 11, Tony Kelly with six and Harold Rose with four. MIAMI Friday was H-Day at Gulfstream Park. Forty-three horses bedded down at the Hallandale track, initial arrivals for the upcoming thoroughbred racing season. Many of the winter tourists will begin training immediately for the opening of Tropical Park Nov. 16. Claire Critchfield, Gulfstream stall superintendent, is ready to greet at least 150 other horses this week-end and the arrivals will continue daily until Gulf-stream's 1,300 stalls are filled. I I I I km i: si: ii" BIG DAY II" jTripi Dolly I 30 '10 NIK FISHING ID HI. ? M to II t RIVIERA CITY DOCKS PKG GOODS SUNDAY 'TILL MIDNITE BLACK ROOSTER For.lt Hill i Conortu HS mi FRANCHISE!) BUILOER TRI-CITIES CONST. & SUPPLY CO. 411 S. Third St., lantana Phone 582-0739 , CU fO StVIIONS PH. VI 8-2919 NITE VI 4-6920J PH. VI 8-2919 NITE VI 4-6920 Colts Returning To Yank Stadium rato-Hi Em mm By The Associated Press It has been 10 years since tf e Baltimore Colts last visited Yankee Stadium for the sudden death thriller that has been called the greatest game ever played. The Colts, 6-1, still glowing from a must win over the Los Angeles Rams, return as favorites Sunday against the New York Giants, 5-2, who found new hope in Dallas' defeat by Green Bay. Green Bay, 3-3-1, returns to the wars with the Chicago Bears, 3-4 at Green Bay. Dallas, 6-1, will try to resume 41 Vemiura Tor f) X 30 -Month Guaranteed- Full 4-Ply Nylon Cord Body U.S.- Champion Leads Victory For Dade North By CHUCK VOORHIS Golf Editor LAKE WORTH Miami Dade North, led by U. S. amateur champion Bruce Fleisher, won the first Invitational Junior college golf tournament, sponsored by the new Palm Beach Atlantic College at Palm Beach National Golf and Country Club Saturday. The winners had a team total (four lowest Individual scores counting) of 614, beating out Edison Junior of Fort Myers by 10 $ 1 with trade-in 650x13 735x15 735x14 775x15 775x14 815x15 825x14 845x15 shots. This was a 3b-hole event which began Friday. Outside of the team competi All tubeless blackwallj plus federal excise tax. 1 .81 to 2 54, depending on size. Without trade-in, please add $1 for each tire. Whitewalls $3 additional. tion, chief interest centered on the duel between Fleisher and Robby Wilson of Edison. They were tied with 73s at the end of the opening round and were paired in the final. Wilson picked up a shot at the turn, and another at the 13th which Fleisher bogied. Bruce got one shot back at the 15th, which Wilson bogied, but lost anothert the 17th with a bogey. He went to the 18th two down In medal, but hit a fine approach two feet from the cup and sank it V-110 Ventura Features i4jaa 30 ft Ply J rrr xr month GUARANTEE Ytmimsrm Clt Crip ,rif d,li'n ' fiMt wtirout, road hit WlfftP wider for mjumum road ifdi ndj tr.inuficlgrir'l do- contact m) allows for facts. Nylon Cord w wm Its winning ways at New Orleans 3-4, a surprising team that is only one game off the pace in the Century Division. Los Angeles, 6-1, whose 14-game regular season victory streak was snapped by Baltimore, returns home to face Detroit, 3-3-1, tied with Green Bay for first In the wild Centural Division. Cleveland, and St. Louis, tied at 4-3 in the Century Division, hit the road. The Browns will be In San Francisco 4-3, and the Cards will be in Philadelphia, 0- 7. Minnesota, 3-4, and Washington, 3-4 meet for the first time ever in the Vikings' home park. Pittsburgh, 1-6, which finally broke its losing streak against the Eagles, will be at Atlanta, 1- 6, where new coach Norm Van Brocklin Is shaking up the club. When the Colts beat the Giants In that memorable 1958 sudden death title game, it was John Unltas, Raymond Berry, Steve Myrha and Alan Ameche doing the heavy work. Now it is Earl Morrall, the ex-Giant who was traded during the training season, replacing the Injured Unltas for the Colts against Fran Tarkenton, the Giants' scrambler. Despite their impressive 28-17 win over previously unbeaten Dallas Monday In the Cotton Bowl, the Packers can not afford to take a deep breath against the Bears. Despite the injuries to their quarterback corps, the Bears are getting by with Virgil Carter, ex-taxi squad passer, and the running of Gale Sayers, plus the consistent place kicking of Mac Percl-val who has kicked nine field goals In a row. Don Meredith's broken nose Is not expected to keep him out of the New Orleans game. New Orleans let St. Louis off the hook Sunday for the second time after taking an early lead. The Rams' reaction to their 27-10 defeat in Baltimore will be watched with great Interest around the league. Los Angeles is at home to the Lions who found the going rough against San Francisco after Mel Farr was hurt. Cleveland and San Francisco haven't met in regular season since 1962 although the Browns beat the 49ers in an Aug. 18 exhibition 31-17. It will be Bill Nel-sen pitching against John Bro-die In a good matchup of offenses. The Cardinals took the Eagles apart last year, 48-14 and have won nine of their last 11 games with Philadelphia. When Jim Hart is on the beam the Cards can move the ball. The Eagles have had troubles all season and threaten to match their own club record of nine straight defeats in 1940. Minnesota Is coming off a heart-breaking loss to the Bears in the final seconds while Washington's Sonny Jurgensen had one of his worst outings against the Giants while trying to play with a cracked rib. Both the Steelers and Falcons have been floundering although the Steelers finally got Into the win column against the Eagles Sinct no industry wdt lystem of tin-dardi miti, tht reprottntatlons to "grtdt," "lirtf," "lMl," or "quility" rt-late only to th pnvgtt stindard of tht marttotir (t I Vandtrbiit Prom mm Gradi). FREE thorough safety check FREE precision tire mounting FREE wheel rotation every 5000 miles FREE puncture repair (or life of original tread for a birdie. Wilson's par, however, left him one shot ahead 146 to 147 for the 36 hole route. Wilson had won the medal in the last junior college outing at Port St. Lucie in which Fleisher did not play. He was busy In Australia at the time, playing for the United States In the World Cup tournament. However Wilson Is no newcomer to top flight scoring. He tied John La-Ponzlna for the medal In the sectional qualifying round for the U. S. Amateur at the Atlantis CC last August. They had 140s and Fleisher, who also qualified and went on to win the U. S. Amateur, had a 142. Wilson made the cut In the national amateur but was never in contention. Wilson, who also was the low amateur In the recent Florida Open at the Naples Beach Club with 293, has no immediate plans after leaving Edison. Fleisher has not made up his mind on his future college career. It rests now among the University of Miami, University of Florida and University of Houston. He said he thought he liked to finish college In Florida. Thirlv six hole Ipam totals with two round scores and totals of individual platers: MIAMI DADE NORTH 16141 Bruce fleisher 7.1-74-147: Tom Pelraglla 79-74 15.1: John Kmmel TB 80 MikeNilon79-2-m: Mike Maler 79H3-1W: Charles Holt S.1 791W. EDISON (Fori Mverst (6241 Robbv Wilson 7.1 7.1-146; Ken Welker 80 7S lr5; Mike Smillev JS.7S 155: Larrv Schmalledl KJ-Wt 17(1: Richard Mvers 85 86 171; Lane Dlrrick 87 -HS17.1. INDIAN HIVKR (Fort Pierce) (6.181 -James Wnmark 77 77-154: Kick Sopka 78-811-158: Buddy Emlet 81-79 1W: Bob Gunning 85-81-168; Kav Gowln 83 86-169; Kel l Childs 8.1-88-171. MIAMI DADE SOUTH 16411 Doug Kel-Iv 76 811-156; Bob Booth 83-76-159; Chuck Salltan 82-8.1-165; Scott Liddle 82 83-165; Garv Baker 81-86-167: Blair Henleln 86-86-172 BROWARD (Fort Lauderdale! (6451 Dean Weiss 80-79-159: Bill Rupert 84-78-162: Dave Hendershaw 78 85163; Ren Morris 84-81-165; Harris Small 95-8(1-175. PALM BEACH JUNIOR (6491 Pete Balon 81-76-159; Bob McTammnv 79 82 161: Steve Pearson 85-78163: Jim Harmon 91-82-173: Hob Mandell 84-90-174; John A(wood 86 92-178. ST. JOSEPH'S (Jensen Beachl 17541 Dennis Movlan 86 93-179: William Purcell 95-93-188; Thomas Euan 89 101 190; Sam Slmcox 97 98 195. 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