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Palm Beach Post, Monday, Nov. 4, 1968 29 Top College Powers Win Close Games OPEIIIIIG TONIGHT Second -ranked Kansas whipped Colorado 27-14. fifth- mBSaaB walloped No. 13 Southern Methodist 38-7, Mississippi rallied to upset No. 14 Louisiana State 27-24, No. 17 Arkansas edged Texas A&M 25-22, Virginia Tech shocked No. 18 Florida State 40-22, No. 19 Ohio University beat Western Michigan 34-27 and Auburn upset No. 20 Florida 24-13. fight hard for victories, Ohio State edging Michigan State 25-20 and Penn State outlasting Army 28-24, while seventh-rated Georgia rallied for a 10-10 deadlock with Houston and No. 8 California tied Washington 7-7. Other members of the Top Ten In The Associated Press poll has little difficulty. Oregon put the tightest check of the season on Southern California's O. J. Simpson, but the top-ranked Trojans managed to survive Saturday with a last-minute touchdown for a 20-13 football victory. Second-ranked Ohio State and No. 4 Penn State also had to POST TIME 8:00 PM 7-0, built up a 27-0 lead and coasted over Colorado in the Big Eight game. Tennessee rolled up a 35-0 lead before UCLA could score In boosting Its record to 5-0-1. Richmond Flowers ran for two of the Tennessee touchdowns. Mickey Cureton returned a kick 99 yards for one UCLA score. Purdue, 6-1, tried just six passes and completed only two for 10 yards, but rushed for 317 in rolling over winless Illinois; Michigan, 6-1, exploded for 28 second-quarter points against hapless Northwestern, and Missouri, 6-1, scored three times In a little over five minutes against Oklahom State to stay tied for first with Kansas in the Big Eight. In other action. No. 11 Texas CLOUD tUHCAYS NO MINORS I HI. I K SKA M" BIG l V II" ;Tpi Doily 30 t no I NI IE FISHING WD. Fll. 1 f " 11 f " RIVIERA CITY DOCKS CU fO ESEvTIONS PHVI 8-?919 NITS VI 4-6920J point Army onslaught In the final period. Mike Cavan hit Brad Johnson with a seven-yard touchdown pass with 11 minutes remaining and the Jim McCullough kicked a 38-.ard field goal with 12 seconds left to give Georgia its second tie but keep the Bulldogs unbeaten in seven games. Houston, with fullback Paul Gipson rushing for 224 yards, threatened to run Georgia off the field by scoring all of its points in the first quarter. Terry Lewiweke kicked a 32-yard field goal and Ken Bailey threw an 80-yard scoring strike to Elmo Wright. California got its tying touchdown when Bob Darby plunged two yards in the third period, but the Golden Bears, 5-1-1, missed a chance to win when quarterback Randy Humphries fumbled on the Washington one-yard-line with 33 seconds left. Linebacker George Jugum recovered for Washington. Al Worley scored Washington's touchdown when he returned an intercepted pass 32 yards in the second quarter and then stole another pass to tie the national record for interceptions in a season. He now has 13. Oregon's George Shaw set the mark in 1951. John Riggins ran for 162 yards and two touchdowns and quarterback Bob Doughlass rushed for 108 and passed for another touchdown as Kansas, Si1 Use P-T Classified I'MHlilHJUi DOG eG0? (331313? Wo JUST OFF THE NORTH-SOUTH X-WAY ;;-95) EXIT AT 125 OR 103 STREETS FOR RESERVATIONS PHONE BROWARD 524-0747 fflPan American Tire MJJkl I Football By The Avwm'UU-4 PreM tut Harvard 2S, Pr-nti 6 Princeton 50. Brown 7 Columbia M. Cornell 25 Yale 47, Dartmouth 27 Pern State 28. Army 24 Notre Dame 45. Navy 14 Syracuse 47. Holy Cross 0 Rutgers 2.1. Delaware 14 Collate 27, Lehigh 11 Millersvllle at Cheyney State, cancelled Boston U. Connecticut 2.1 New Hampshire 27, Rhode Island 6 Lafavette 37, ;ettvsburji 0 Burknell 42. Maine 21 Springfield 28, Wagner 7 Trenton Slate 15. Monlrlalr St. 7 Kings Point 1.1, Holstra 9 Buflalo SO. Temple 4(1 Niagara 16, Canislus 14 Amherst 42. Tutts 6 Cortland 45. Altred 28 Bowdoin 41. Bates 14 Brorkporl SI. SI. Bridgewater St. 0 Johns Hopkins 5.1. Carnegie Mellon .18 Clarion SI. .15, Shippensburg u Wesleyan. Conn.. 10, Hamilton 8 Juniata 40, Susquehanna 0 Mlddlebury 24, Norwich 24, tie Rochester .17. St. Lawrence 7 Union 17. Williams 7 Last Stroudsburg 47, Delaware St. 14 Allegheny SO. Case Tech 18 Muhlenberg 55. Swarlhmore 6 Indiana. Pa.. 41. California, Pa., 0 (Jrove City .12, Hobart 27 Ithaca 15, Bridgeport 1.1 lurg .i Ldhboro .11. (Geneva 7 Alhrlghl 12. Moravian 9 Upsala 14, Lycoming 8 Drexel .15, PMC 1.1 Kranklln&Marshall 19, Lebanon Valley 17 Delaware Valley 24, Ur.slnus 5 Wilkes 28, Dickinson 0 West Chester, Pa., 33, Mansfield 0 Slippery Rock 19, Lock Haven 14 South Tennessee 42. UCLA 18 Houston 10, Georgia 10. tie Mississippi 27, Louisiana State 24 Virginia Tech 40. Florida State 22 Tampa 22, Northern Michigan 19 Eastern Kentucky 21, Murray Stale 20 xo. laroona A8rl 7, Morgan St. t Lenolr Rhvne .17, Carson-Newman 26 Alabama 20, Mississippi SI. 13 Duke 46, Georgia Tech 30 Auburn 24, Florida 13 Wake Forest .18. Maryland 14 Kentucky 35, West Virginia 16 So. Carolina 49. Virginia 28 Clemson 24, No. Carolina St. 19 Vanderbllt 21, Tulane 7 Richmond ,15, VMI 0 William & Mary .11, Vlllanova 12 Louisville 23, Kent State 9 Louisiana Tech 27. Southern Miss. 20 Citadel 28, Davidson 21 Livingstone 10, SI. Paul's 8 Virginia St. 27, Virginia Union 6 Hampton Institute .17, Howard, D.C., 6 Krldgewaler. Va., .14, Shepherd 21 Maryland SI. 27, Norfolk St. 27, lie Randolph Macon 41, Western Maryland 14 Johnson C. Smith 26, Winston Salem SI. 16 Middle Tenn. St. 24, Tennessee Martin 17 Washington & Lee 16, Sewanee 7 Tennessee A&l 16, Soulhern U. 0 Austin Peay 47, Flndlay 20 F.morv & Henry 68, Hampden-Svdnev 14 West Virginia SI. 14. (ilenvllle 7 (iallaudel 24, Towson State 21 AAMCO "CAR OWNERSHIP" GUARANTEE AVAILABLE Fni parts ind labor on AAMCO'i "car ownership" rebuilt transmissions lor as Ions as you own the car and sanhca it annually at any AAMCO Centar coast-to-coast at a modest cost. Pro- sent Certificate to any AAMCO Center coast-to-coast. WEST PALM BEACH 1309 N. DIXIE HWY. PH. 832-0126 RIVIERA BEACH 2234 BROADWAY PH. 848-0648 JTRANSMISSIONS 6 16 in ol Results Fast Carolina 24, r urman U Wheaton 19, Georgetown, Ky., 7 Lincoln. Mo., 21. Kentucky St. 20 Newberry 25, Guilford 14 Chowan .19. Montgomery .15 Elizabeth City SI. 22, Fayeltevtlle St. 0 Quantico 21, East Tennessee 20 Clark 10. Morehouse 7 Morris Brown 26. Albany Slate 8 Jacksonville SI. 45. Louisiana College 21 Chattanooga 20, Tennessee Tech 6 Elon .15, Western Carolina 30 Appalachian Slale 47. Wofford 28 Presbvterlan 29. Calawba 12 Northeast La. St. 20. S W. Louisiana 7 Mldwnt Ohio State 25, Michigan Slate 20 Purdue 35, Illinois 17 Kansas 27, Colorado 14 Michigan ,15, Northwestern 0 Missouri 42, Oklahoma Slale 7 Ohio U. 34. Western Michigan 27 Western Illinois 30. Central Michigan 28 Akron 46. Illinois Stale 0 Oklahoma 35. Kansas State 20 Indiana 21. Wisconsin 20 Iowa .15, Minnesota 28 Miami, Ohio, 21, Toledo 17 Xavier. Ohio, 27, Dayton 25 Bowling Green 54, Marshall 28 Baldwin Wallace 26, Ohio Wesleyan 20 Evansville 16. SI Joseph's, Ind.. 0 Doane 77, Nebraska Wesleyan 6 Hamline .14, Concordia, Minn., 7 Otterbein 40. Heidelberg 21 Kenvon 34. Oberlln 16 No. Dakota St. 31. Northern Iowa 15 Grlnnell 10, Lawrence, Wis., 8 Dubuque .13, Buena Vlsla 20 Central, Iowa, 18. Luther 0 War! burg .11, Upper Iowa 13 Dana 10. Yankton 7 Nebraska 24, Iowa Slate 13 Eastern Michigan 41, Northeastern, Mass.. 0 Wayne State 14, Washington & Jefferson 6 William Jewell 40. Washburn 6 Omaha 27, Emporia Slate 26 Sterling 14, Kansas Wesleyan 13 North Park 48, Augustana. 111., 42 Concordia, 111., 41, Iowa Wesleyan 14 Memphis Stale 12, Tulsa 6 Norlh Central 14, Elmhurst 12 Illinois Wesleyan 43. Carroll 20 Monmoulh, III.. 17. Beloll, Wis., 14 Illinois College 14, Lake Forest 13 Simpson 29, William Penn 6 Central Missouri 28, Northwest Missouri 7 Lakeland 72, Northwestern, Wis., 38 Northland 27, Milton 12 Mllllkln 14, Carthage 6 Oshkosh 3.1, Superior 21 Eau Claire 13, Slout 13, tie Whitewater 26. La Crosse 20 River Falls 20. Stevens Point 0 Wayne State, Neb., 27, St. Cloud 12 Rtpon 35, Carleton 0 Missouri Valley 7, Lea 7, tie Youngstown 18, Southern Illinois 15 SI. John's, Minn., 21, Minnesota-Duluth Bomidjl 6.1, Bethel, Minn., 22 Morris 42, Moorehead .15 Southwest, Minn., 20. Ellendale 6 North Dakota 37. Mornlngslde 20 So. Dakola SI. 47. Augustana, S.D., 27 Kenvon 34. Oberlln 16 Woosler 40, Hiram 17 Marietta 14, Ml. Union 0 John Carroll 22, Bethany, W.Va., 13 Capital 20, Ashland 12 Thlel 40. Adelbert 0 Hillsdale .14. Winona State 20 Depauw 30, Butler 7 Wabash 9, Washington, Mo., 7 Hanover ,14, Taylor 14 Indiana State 21), Ball State 14 Manchester 16. Earlham 7 Anderson 49, Franklin 18 Westmar 28, Midland 20 Cornell, Iowa, 51, St. Olaf 27 Coe 4.1. Knox 14 Concordia, Neb., 28, Northwestern, Iowa. 13 Graceland 40, Colorado College 14 Missourl-Rolla 19, Northeast Missouri Wittenberg 54, Valparaiso 19 Muskingum 13, Denlson 7 Bluffton 1.1. Ohio Northern 7 Defiance 44, Central Stale 14 Centre 28, Wilmington 7 Maryvllle 17, Mlllsaps 13 Hastings 13, Peru 0 St. Proeoplus 29, Rose Poly 26 Albion 45, Hope 0 Western Illinois 30, Central Michigan 28 Jfkerrls State 6, Michigan Tech .1 Alma 38, Kalamazoo 6 Eastern Michigan 41, Northeastern, Mass.. 0 Olivet 53. Adrian 6 Sou Id Dakota 49, Drake 28 Friends, Kan., 1.1, Emporia 0 General Beadle 26, Sioux Falls 18 Northern Slale 24, Dakola Wesleyan 7 Huron 32, Southern Stale 13 So. Dakota Tech 27, Black Hills 19 LEGAL, NOTICES NO. 2972 IN THE COI'NTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR PALM BEACH COIN TY. FLORIDA No. 27622 IN RE: ESTATE OF RAMONA D.WARD. Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS All creditors and oersons having any claims or demands against the Estate of Ramiina D. Ward, deceased, are hereby notified and required to file any claims or demands which they mav have against said estate in the Office ot the Countv Judge of Palm Beach Countv. Klorlda. in the courthouse of said county at West Palm Beach. Florida, within six calendar months from the time of the first publication of this notice. Each claim or demand shall be in writing duplicate, and shall state the place residence and post office address of the claimant, and shall be sworn to by the claimant, his agent, or his attorney, and any such claim or demand not so filed shall be void. EDWIN TAYLOR WARD Executor of the Will ol Ramona D. Ward . deceased . GUNSTER. YOAKLEY.CRISER, STEWART HERSEY First National Bank Building Palm Beach, Florida :13480 Attorneys for Executor Pub.: November! 11. 18. 2J 0w d)d) n c? nrs- ranked Tennessee trounced UCLA 4218. No. 6 Purdue thrashed Illinois 35-17, ninth- ranked Michigan blasted Nor thwestern 35-0 and lOth-ranked Missouri rolled over Oklahoma State 42-7. Steve Sogge climaxed a 62 yard touchdown drive by pass ing three yards to Bob Klein with just over a minute left to give unbeaten Southern California its sixth victory. A pass interference call on the previous play put the ball on the three. The Trojans then got a real score as Oregon moved from its own 25 to the Southern Cal eight on three passes by reserve quarterback Eric Olson. But that's as far as the Ducks could get. Although Simpson did score a touchdown on a one-yard plunge, he was held to 67 yards in 25 carries. He went into the Pacific-8 Conference game with a 1-yard per game rushing av erage. Sophomore quarterbacks Rex Kern and Ron Maciewjowski combined to direct Ohio State to four touchdowns In the first three quarters and an alert defense recovered four Michigan State fumbles and intercepted three passes as the Buckeyes ran their record to 6-0. Kern passed for Ohio State's second touchdown and Made-jowski ran two yards for the fi nal one to keep the Buckeyes In a tie for first place in the Big Ten with Michigan and on a collision course with the Wolve rines, whom they meet Nov. 23, Tight end Ted Kwallck re turned a short Army kickoff 53 yards for Penn State's winning touchdown in the fourth quarter. The Nittany Lions, 6-0, led all the way but had to survive a 17 LEGAL NOTICES NO. 2938 Public notice Is hereby given that the unaersignea intends to register with the Clerk ol the Circuit Court ol Palm Beach County, Florida, pursuant to section 860.09, nonda statutes 1967, the fictitious name, to wit: VILLAGE FASHION TREE under which I am engaged In a business at STORE 16. Village Square Shopping Center, Te- quesia. f la. FRANK W. CARRETTA Pub. : Oct. 28, Nov. 4, 11, 18, 18 NO. 2941 NOTICE TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN : NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Penmark Corporation, a Florida cor Duration, Intends to register with the cierK ot the circuit court in ana for Palm Beach County. Florida, the lie titlous name ol "REDWOOD INN" under which It desires to engage In oustness. This notice is given pursuant to the provisions of the fictitious name statute, Section 865.09, Florida Statutes, 1967. DATED: October 23, 1968. PENMARK CORPORATION By -s- Alan Lindsay Its Assistant Secretary Pub. : Oct. 28, Nov. 4, 11. 18, 1968 NO. 2947 Notice ol Probate IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY JUDGE, IN AND FOR PALM BEACH COUNTY, FLORIDA; IN PROBATE, No. 37691 ESTATE OF EDWIN J. cakey, also Known as Edward J.Carey, Deceased THESTATEOFFLORIDA: TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF SAID DECE DENT: You are hereby notllled that a written instrument purporting to be the Last Will and Testament ol said decedent has been admitted to probate In said Court. You are hereby commanded within six calendar months Irom the date ol the first publication ol this notice to appear in saia c-oun ana snow cause, II any you can, why the action ol said Court In admitting said will to probate should not stand unrevoked. FAULT. DOUGLAS County Judge Palm Beach County. Florida By: Lena L. Mock D. Clerk meal BURNS, MIDDLETON, ROGERS, F AKKb-LL AUS 1 205 Worth Avenue Palm Beach, Florida Attorneys lor Executors Fi rst publication : October 28. 1968 Pub. : Oct. 28, Nov. 4, 11, 18, 18 NO. Z942 IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY JUDGE IN AN I) FOR PALM BEACH COUNTY, FLORIDA; IN PROBATE, NO. 274K.1 IN RE: ESTATE OF SAMUEL SEIDE, a-k-a Sam Seide, a k-aSamSilk Deceased. Notice ToCredltors To All Creditors, Legatees, Distrib utees and Persons Having Any Claims or Demands Against saia is-tate: You and each ol you are hereby notified that you are required by Law to present any claims and demands which you, or either ol you, may have against the estate ol SAMUEL SEIDE. a-k-a Sam Selde, a-k-a Sam Silk, deceased, late ol said County, to the County Judge ol Palm Beach County. Florida, at his olfice In the court house of said County at West Palm Beach. Florida, within six calendar months Irom the time ol the first publication ol this notice. 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