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28 Palm Beach Post, Monday, Nov. 4, 1968 Cards Caray Hurt Caray, whose home is in sub Biscayne Dogs Start new Biscayne track record with first start here since competing in stakes races at Wonderland Park. 22 victories. V.P. Spradling's Reba H looms as the probable second ' choice to oppose Strictly's bid to You can change your life We can't change yoo! We don'f even try. Yet people do change in Carnegie Classes . . . and sometimes it's pretty wonderful. They change because the individual discovers the power to change himself. .. for the better. All we do is to train you to tap this deep down ability to develop yourself. GROUP FORMING NOW! CALL DALE CARNEGIE COURSES Phone 585-7615 repeat. ST. LOUIS (AP) - Veteran sports broadcaster Harry Caray was critically injured early Sunday when struck by a car as he was crossing a street in St. Louis. Police report that Caray was struck by a car as he crossed Kings Highway in front of the Chase Hotel. He was taken to Barnes Hospital, where it was reported he suffered compound fractures of both legs, a compound fracture of his right shoulder, head and chest injuries and deep facial cuts. The hospital reported Caray's condition as critical following an operation. Reba H. took top money in the urban Ladue, has been the sports broadcaster for the St. Louis Cardinals baseball organization for the past 21 years. He had also broadcast sports events, Including the University of Missouri football games for radio station KMOX. His broadcasts of the Cardinal games, which Included two World Series and an All-Star game, were carried on the Cardinal Baseball Network over 150 radio stations. He was reported to have covered a hockey game Saturday night in St. Louis Just before the accident. MIAMI Biscayne Dog Track launches its 1968-69 meeting tonight with the first 12-raee card of a 105-night fall-winter season. The traditional opening night Biscayne Inaugural headlines tonight's action and will see stakes greyhounds compete In the first of five major events with total added monies exceeding $1(10,000. The Inaugural field will be headed by Strictly, Ray Randl-e's brilliant greyhound who won last season's Inaugural and set a $25,O0O-added trl-dlstance Irish American championship. My True, from Joe LaCroix Kennel and Coddled, from the O.K. Duke kennel form the next contingent on the opening line. My True won eight races at Mi ami Beach Kennel Club this past season and Coddled makes her Dog Racing KELNAGLE ...Sixth Title L Entries SKVF.NTH-B, BC TENTH A, BC Biscavne Inaugural Slrictlv Bis Book Serf Coddled RebaH. MvTrue Paraphinalia Tough Subject Top Preps Ho Id Rank In Ratings The top seven teams in the Post-Times All Area high school football ratings stayed the same after weekend results. Top-rated Seacrest dumped sixth-ranked Pahokee, 41-20, to remain ahead of Vera Beach, a SS-t winner over Cocoa. Kennedy, No. 3, smashed Gifford 334 while Forest Hill kept its fourth spot with a 20-12 win over Riviera Beach. Carver, listed fifth, whipped Lincoln Park, 39 0, and Lake Worth, the seventh club, routed Cardinal Newman, 42-6. Roosevelt, which stopped North Shore, the number nine team last week, 14-6, moved into the top ten for the first time and is ranked eighth. Riviera Beach dropped from eighth to ninth and Lake Placid, a 48-6, victor over John Carroll moved into the tenth position. The top ten: 1 Seacrest 7-0-0 1 Vero Beach 70 3- Kennedv 64HI 4- Forest Hill 5-2-0 5- Carver 6-11 6 Pahokee 4-2-1 7 Lake Worth 4-21 8 Roosevelt 4-3-0 Riviera Beach 4-3-0 10-Lake Placid 6-1-0 KLEVF.NTH-C.BC FOI'RTH 0, IW Mr. Ptabov RUhHilHVl Honey Tree J.N.'sTovahDee Tullis Lad Yukte Control Power Kdclie Mann FIFTH D. 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K'lhel Little Greyhound Decosla Upperdog Nagle Nabs Australian Golf Title MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) Forty-seven-year-old Australian Kel Nagle won his sixth Australian Professional Golfers Association Championship in 19 years Sunday with a 20-under-par 72-hole total of 276. His closing round was a three-under 71. Nagle began the last round of the 72-hole $11,200 tournament five strokes ahead of American Duke Scott Don't Rush Me J.A.'stirey Subvale Talkeree Bob's Oveta Mac's Diane Dailv Special TWF.I.FTH-C.RC Well Staged Innv's June J.A.'sClltf Skinnv Marimba Wonder tiem Sax Goodwin Dilly'sFlossv Select ions star Jack Nicklaus, and by the I rom Frank. Happen Hutch. HvloOil t Sandy Sail. Ppcrcd. Sittithlim VI.F.'n KnyaJ Ann. (irand Man Hluf I Control Tower. J.N.'s Toval Dee, Honev Tree 5 Boh' Victor, Gahor'n Lebor, Final Fat-el Wafted. Revival, firand Joe 7 Anguished, My Lynne, Favorite Meadow H tienzio, Handv Mink. Freneh Topaz 9 Klashy Folly, rl 'N Fly, Little Greyhound 10 Mv True. Strictly, toddled 1 1 Bob's Oveta. Duke Scott, i. A.'s drey 13-lnny's June, J. A.'n ( lift, Well Sinned end of the tournament he boosted the winning margin to six strokes over the 7000-yard, par 74 Metropolitan Club course. When the word is . . . Nicklaus had a 72 for 282, and Bruce Devlin was third with 287 after a final 73. America's Arnold Palmer, who had poor rounds on the second and third days of the tour nament, came back with a final 71 for a 293 total and shared JACKSON'S MINIT MKT. Store Manager Trainees Needed Apply 1069 N. Military Trail From 12 noon Till 5 P.M. WED. NOV. 6 And From 7 A.M. Till 1 P.M. Thurs. Nov. 7 sixth place with five others. Small College Top 10 Teams By The Auoclated Press How the Top Ten teams in The Associated Press small college football poll did Saturday: 1. San Diego State, 7-0. beat Fresno State 42-12. 2. North Dakota State, 8-0, beat Northern Iowa 31-15. 3. Chattanooga, 8-0, beat Tennessee Tech 20-6. 4. New Mexico Highlands, 9-0, beat Western Colorado 7;-7. 5. Weber State, S I, lost to Idaho 50-42. 5. tie, Tampa, 6-1, beat Northern Michigan 22 19. 7. Eastern Kentucky, 6-1, beat Murray Slate 21-20. 8. Indiana, Pa., 80 beat California, Pa., 410. 9. Morgan State, 5-1, lost to North Carolina A&T 7 6. 10. Western Kentucky, 7-1, beat More-head 24-21. With Palmer were Britain's Maurice Bembridge and South Korea's Han Chang San, Gary Player of South Africa, Clive Clark of Britain and Takashi Murakami. and the automobile is a 1968 Nagle played directly behind Nicklaus and knew exactly what he had to do. He was never In SO YOU'RE BUYING A NEW or USED CAR . . . danger of defeat. GENERAL MOTORS CHRYSLER FORD AMERICAN MOTORS FOREIGN CARS Oldsmobile j$J$ JUDGE JAMES STEWART "8 , ( ri J mm jr PUZZLED ABOUT FINANCING CENTRAL BANK OFFERS ONLY ONE GOOD AUTO FINANCING PLAN ... 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