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18 Palm Beach Post, Tuesday, Nov. 5, 1968 Score Board Unhappy Peterson Planning Shakeup Heart Attack Didn't Halt Hodges' Career staff were parked out front and the lights were on at the Athletic Department Building until 2 a.m. Sunday following the Saturday night debacle. Also, for the first time In recent memory no weekly Savage Award was given by the coaches By JACE HARPER TALLAHASSEE (AFN) Coach Bill Peterson Isn't talking much about the 40-22 shellacking the worst In history, his Semi-noles took Saturday night at the hands of Virginia Tech. But the cars of the coaching zog and Gus put a couple of pressed. "I talked to Birdie Tebbetts and Danny Murtaugh down here," he said, "and they both returned to managing after heart attacks. They figure you learn to live after one." Hodges leave Met games in the sixth inning next year in order to preserve his sanity as well as his health. But It's an idea. His advice actually is running heavily the other way despite some qualms that have been ex Miami Biscayne Track chairs behind the screen and we watch the game until I get tired. I've stuck it out for one complete game, but usually leave around the sixth inning. Nobody has suggested yet that 2 to the Seminole turning In the top defensive game, although linebacker Dale McCullers made 13 tackles and six assists, and defensive end Mike Burgar played well. Offensive lineman Jack Fen-wlch was given the weekly Tomahawk award for top blocking. Monday the Semlnoles spent an hour on fundamentals and went over the sad game films, and Coach Peterson announced to sportswrlters he was contemplating some personnel changes for the upcoming Mississippi State game Saturday. "We've faced some tough spots and been on the spot before," Peterson said, "and I'm sure we're going to come back from this one too." After viewing the game films, Coach Pete said, "It looks about like It did at the game Saturday night they were mentally up for It and we were not." The Semlnoles have the usual bruises after a hard game, but no serious injuries. "Even If we had been up for the game and Ron Sellers wasn't ailing, I don't know how we would have done against that really determined Virginia Tech team," Peterson said. "I have to give them credit." In looking ahead to Mississippi State, he said "the Maroons have developed Into another fine football team and can be expected to give us another testing." Mississippi State has lost five and tied one so far this season, but they have been meeting some football powers. Their losses were to Alabama 20-13, Tampa, 24-17, Florida 31-14, Auburn 26-0 and Louisiana Tech 20-13. They tied Texas Tech 28-28. - ' 1 V NHL Roundup By The Associated Presa NATIONAL LKAG IE EaM Division HIT PU. GF GA Montreal 7 2 1 15 32 18 New York 7 3 0 14 37 24 Boston 7 4 0 14 34 26 Chicago C 4 0 12 45 35 Toronto 4 3 1 9 20 21 Detroit 3 4 1 7 28 . Heal Dlvttioa St Louis 4 5 1 31 27 Philadelphia 3 5 2 8 21 27 Oakland 3 6 2 8 25 37 Los Aneeles 3 5 1 7 20 35 Minnesota 3 6 1 7 24 20 Piltsburi-h 2 5 2 21 32 Salurdav'i Reaulla Montreal 2. Detroit 1 Philadelphia 3. Toronto 2 Los Angeles 3. Pittsburgh 2 Minnesota 2. St. Louis 0 Only games scheduled. Sunday 'a Results New York 2. Minnesota 1 Philadelphia 3. Montreal 2 Boston 5, Chicago 3 St. Louis 4. Detroit 4. tie Pittsburgh 3. Oakland 1 Only games scheduled. Monday's Gamea No games scheduled. Tuesday's Games No games scheduled. ABA Roundup Eastern Divtator Hon Lost Pet. Behind Minnesota 3 0 l.OHO Kentucky 4 3 .571 1 New York 3 3 . 500 1H Miami 2 3 4II 2 Indiana 1 4 . 200 3 Western Division Oakland 5 1 .833 Houston 2 1 .67 14 New Orleans 3 2 .600 14 Los Angeles 1 2 .3.13 24 Dallas 0 1 .( 24 Denver 0 4 .000 4 Saturday's Results Minnesota 1.10. New York 114 Oakland 120. Denver 11)6 Houston 1112. Indiana lim Los Angeles 10K, New Orleans 104 Miami 92. Kentucky 85 Sunday's Result New York 112, Kentucky 103 Only game scheduled. Monday's Game Minnesota at Indiana Only game scheduled. Tuesday's Game Dallas at Oakland Only game scheduled. NBA Roundup Eastern Division Won Lost Pet. Behind Boston 6 2 .750 4 Cincinnati 6 2 .750 4 Baltimore 8 3 .727 Detroit 4 4 . 500 2 4 New York 5 6 .155 3 Philadelphia 3 4 .428 3 Milwaukee 2 6 . 250 4 4 Western Division San Diego 4 3 .571 Los Angeles 5 4 . 55fi Phoenix 4 4 .5011 4 Atlanta 4 5 .444 1 Chicago 4 6 . 400 1 4 San Francisco ... 3 5 .375 14 Seattle 3 7 ..KW 24 Saturday's Results Detroit 112. New York 104 Milwaukee 102. San Francisco 101 Cincinnati 119. Philadelphia 113 Seattle 101. Chicago 95 Only games scheduled. Sunday's Resuls New York 122. Seattle 108 Los Angeles 127. Phoenix 109 San Diego 121, Chicago 107 Boston 123, Atlanta 103 Only games scheduled. Monday'sGame San Francisco at Phoenix Only game scheduled. Tuesday's Games New York at San Diego I.os Angeles at Chicago Only games scheduled. Marine Weather Small boat forecast for the Florida lower east coast through the Bahamas as far as Nassau and southward through the Florida straits Tuesday: Seas one to three feet. Inland waters, light chop. WW. Entries 1st MIMUe.l S. P. Hondo Fleet Dennis Hokem Northern Champ Run Jack Gldget Ann GlowOf Sunset New Word tnd-BCC Bart's Mini Missile Rock Levttical Ellogartv Flippy Combo Bob's Fay Rocket Ann Mom's Best 3rd MIMUe.D Dove Love Papa Chris B. w.'s Boomer Salteree Crony Clara Sldra Parly Pink Norman's Russ 4tk-B.C.,D Rodger's Jaguar -Incesslve G.D.'sBlgJIm May You Win MedleyTractlon (M Larry Ren tz Another Regret Real Style 5th B.C., D VuoModo Medley Scars U. D.'sTerl Ann S. P.'sBuck Judrlck Playboy Joe Lakeside Cruiser Laxity Ml-B.C., B No Fry Rue's Hustler Audrey Maynard Go Dotty Plxled Bob's Scotl Abrasive Bold Jack 7t-BC..B Ricky's Jaguar Part Irish Iris Tars Max White Wings Mon Petit Petlolated Grenoble Dusty Vale Mn M.C..D Francis Cole Foxle Choice Com Oil (Mi Continental Lad Mac Sweeney G.D.'s Judy Jen AlmenaSheen Sacrosanct ( M ) th-MIMile,A Ronald Tip Rusttca Sander Mister Marvin RosStoneweil Oralis Caprioled S.P.'sBesI loth B.C. A Mar Jaguar J. A.'sGoGo Entry Blank Hy Storm Mlnella Champ Bronzetone Jim's Lady Luck Nlte People llth-B.CC Lady Senator Lakeside Breeze Crimson Rocket Senor Chavez WalterCole J.A.'sScope Sound Hunch Zip Value 12th B.C., C Handsome John Toby Cole Mia Make Big Star V.P.'sPlck Sunny Design Wrinkle Pocket Page. Selections 1 Northern Champ, New Word, S. f. Hondo 2 Bart's Mini, Mom's Best, Bob's Fay SB. W. 's Boomer, Sid r. C ronv Clan 4 Another Regret, bieesslve, Larry Rents 5 Judrtck.S.P Buck, Medley Scan Abrasive, Plxled. Bold Jack I Part Irish, Msx While Wings, Dusty Vale 8 Sacrosanct, Almeaa Sheen, Mac-Sweeney 0 Caprioled, Kinrlca, Sander 10 Bronzetone, Mar Jaguar, HyStorm I I Lady Senator, Zip Value, Sound Hunch 12 Wrinkle, Pocket Page, Handsome John (UPl TELEPHOTO) PAPER LION? Columbia, bol- ed" to its first victory of the season, stered perhaps by the presence of 34-25. Here the mascot is seated its mascot on the bench during Sat- next to defensive ends John Barney urday's game with Cornell, "roar- (52) and Ron Johnson (89). Results FIRST Ml C Tlme.JI: 5 Sudie 20.40 It SO 6.40 4 Minuet Jane 4.40 3.40 3 O.G.'s Bambi 6.80 Qulnlelal4-8)S44.W SECOND BC B TimeM.JS 7 Roval Orb 20.60 7.80 4.20 1 Peered 3.60 3.20 5 Southline 4.00 Ouiulela 1 1-7 1 $33.4(1 Perfects (7-1 1 SI2S.D0 DAILY DOl BLE(5-7S7. THIRD -BC-D TimeJ4.47 8 Tecldv's Kim 5.60 1.60 3.20 3 Substance 3.80 3.20 7 J.F.'s Roval Ann 3.00 Qniniela (3-8) SIS .80 Perfects (8-J) S30.00 KOI RTH - BC D Time 14.45 4 J.N. sTovah Dee 14.80 7.80 4.00 2 Rich Hill (Ml 8.80 4,80 3 Honev Tree 3 60 Qulniela(2-4!dl.4OPer(ecta!4-ISII4.80 FIFTH BC D Time MM 8 Vulmldis 10.00 7.80 5.00 3 Bogan 8.40 3.80 Final Facet 4 00 Uuiniela (Ml $50.00 Perfects (8-1) SI6I.40 SIXTH 5-16 B 4 W.ilted 1 Kevlval Time 31.JJ 5.60 3.60 4.00 7.20 5.0(1 8 Andnre 4.20 Qulnlrla ( 1-4) $27.00 Perfects (4-11 $38.40 SEVENTH - B.C. B 4 Anguished 3 Sun Struck Time 33.85 6.40 5.00 2.40 4.40 2.40 2 Favorite Meadow 3.00 Also ran: Brendan. Mv Lvnne, Empha sis. Sparkv Claude. Dick's Doubloon. l)uiniela(3-4) $13.20 Perfecta(4-1) $30.40 EIGHTH - MC D 7 S.P.'i Hobo BUI 2 Milady K. Time 30.55 9.40 6.20 4.6(1 9.60 10.60 5 Ksmeralda Valor 13.00 Also ran: Hantlv Mink, Cenlzo, Lady Chess. Caviled, French Topez (tuinlela 1 2-7 1 $67.6(1 Perlecla(72 $147.20 NINTH BC A Time 34:48 6 Llltle Crevhound 14.80 6.20 4.110 3 Crl'N Fly 6.80 5.00 5 J.A.'s Elhel 7.20 Also ran: MC's Linda, Warren Cole. Flashy Folly, Darosta. Upperdog. Quinlela (3-6l $10.40 Perfects (6-3) $10.1.00 TENTH -BC-A Time 13:04 1 Mv True 5.60 4.110 2.60 3 Serf 11.00 4.80 2 Big Book 4.40 Also ran: Strictly, Coddled, Rrba H Pa- raphlnalia, Tough Sub(ect. Uuiniela 13-01 $34.60 Pertecta(t-l) $84.20 ELEVENTH BC C Time 14:41 8 Dally Special 7.20 2.80 2.80 6 Bob's Oveta 3.60 3.40 4 Subvale 3,60 Also ran: Duke Scott, Don't Rush Me, J.A.'s (iregg, Talkeree, Mac's Diane, Quinlela 10-8) $10.20 TWELFTH -BCC Time 14:24 6 Jax Goodwin 9.80 6 40 5.00 2 Inny'sJune 11.00 3.20 3 J.A.'s Cliff 2.60 Also ran: Well Staged, Skinny Marimba. Wonder Gem, Dllly s Flossy, Optimistic Shem. quinlela (2-6) $21.40 Perfects 11-2) $52.40 Big "4" (1-8, 2-0) $181.80 Attendance 8,841 Handle $531,188 II WORKIXS TO ELECT HICKS SIATt lEftESINTAIIVUKT.N MRS. VIC BASS BUSINESSWOMAN H. W. Ad. Conigliaro Beaten In Pitching Debut By JOSEPH DL'RSO (C) N.V. Times Nnn Service NEW YORK Gil Hodges has quit smoking, climbing stairs, watching the late show and gaining weight. But, at the age of 44, he has not quit managing the New York Mets and doesn't think he will. "If I felt for one minute that I couldn't do my job as well as before," he said Monday, "or if I felt It might hurt me I wouldn't attempt it. I'd pull in the strings right now. Even If there were a doubt in my mind, or a doubt in the doctor's mind that he had Implanted in mine, I wouldn't think about coming back." The pain In Hodges' chest started six weeks ago today. He had felt uncomfortable for a few fretful days while the New York Mets were in Philadelphia. But now in the second inning of a game in Atlanta, the pain Increased. He left his dugout and lay down on a training table in the locker room, where he was helped by Gus Mauch, the team's trainer. Mauch had suffered a heart attack in I960 while working for the Yankees. The next day, "a mild heart attack" was detected, and the cozy world of Gilbert Ray Hodges suddenly turned upside down. His wife Joan flew south and has been with him since then, and Dr. Linton Bishop added Hodges to his roster of celebrated heart patients. Ten days ago, Gil and Joan flew to St. Petersburg, and today he was on the telephone reporting that his world was back In focus. "I had doubts about the future when I was In the hospital," he was saying. "When I was told I'd had a heart attack, I couldn't believe it. But Dr. Bishop convinced me that everything could be normal again. He's a cautious man, too I guess all heart doctors are cautious men. But he tells me I should be able to do anything I ever did before." Even manage the amazing Mets? Even fly Into Houston at 3 o'clock In the morning after a night game in Chicago? Even trot around a National League that has expanded from Montreal to San Diego? "He put no qualification on things," the hero of Flatbush said In his low, slow, calm voice. "The period now Is very important, the first six to eight weeks. The heart needs time to heal, to develop scarred tissue. "I can't climb stairs now and our house in Brooklyn Is a split level, so John Murphy suggested coming down here to avoid the stairs and to rest In the sunshine. I can't walk fast, but I'm stepping It up. No swimming, but then I don't believe in swimming for baseball players or managers. And I'm not much of a beach hound, anyway. "1 quit smoking completely, and got a bonus. The x-rays in the hospital showed 'fingerprints' on my lungs. Now they've cleared up. I've also lost 18 pounds and I'm down to 205 now. Dr. Bishop wants me to get down around 200. "Every morning Joan drives me out to the Mets' minor league camp here. Whltey Her- NO LONGER CRITICAL Sportscaster Harry Caray, voice of the St. Louis Cardinals, was removed Monday from the critical list at Barnes Hospital In St. Louis, where he was taken Sunday after being struck by an automobile. Caray, 51, underwent 2 hours of surgery. He suffered compound fractures of both legs, a fracture and dislocation of the right shoulder, chest contusions, face lacerations and a fractured nose. two quick strikes, Conigliaro walked him and then, pitching from the stretch for the first time, walked the next batter on four straight pitches. Phillie pitcher Jerry Johnson took one pitch while squared Chip 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 32 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE & KNOW HOW fvifiOTrn,fo) mn f s -v u M j away to bunt and then hit what would have been a double play ball through the hole at shortstop as the shortstop went to cover second. Conigliaro is scheduled to pitch again Saturday. Shots dcLIcVc! rob them of their savings by dollar." J RICHARD M. NIXON 2 i . V ; mnmi $(0)5 WEST PALM BEACH COUNTRY CLUB - Once each year, the Ladles GA of the West Palm Beach CC plays a challenge match tournament. It's a match play event In which one member challenges another. Here's the way this one went: Nickl Kraft def. Irene Ravett 2-1; Len Fischer def. Jewell Herron 1-up; Agnes Ewseychlk def. Martha Rich 1-up; Ada Falco def. Gladys Eyges 5-4; Mac Downey and Maggie Adams, all even; Kitty Dew def. Jane Gorder 2-up; Alice VanBrunk def. Julie Matter 2-up; Neen Rott def. Edlthe Zimmerll 3-1; Pat Lombardo def. Mary Merry 2-1; Delene Pepper def. Ann Breltenbach 4-3; May Leonard def. Eleanor Bergman 2-1; Vay Dressel def. Emily McCaffrey 3-1; Kather-ine Dannert def. Mildred Grimm 1-up; Ruth Ogle and Sally Kimmel, all-even; Betty McCampbell and Hazel Kisker all-even; Dot Downey def. Eleanor Ogle 4-3 .. . There will be 100 players In a special Guests' Day tournament Thursday, starting at 8:30 from the first and 10th tees. ACES OF THE WEEK: Mel Meier of Delray Beach with a 7-iron at the 125-yard 13th hole at Sherwood Park Golf Course. He was playing with Charles Crannel and Bill Rogers, also of Delray. Conrad Schaefer, a 5-iron at the 124-yard 16th hole at Forest Hill Club; also Ronald Aleks, with a sand wedge at the 118-yard 4th hole while playing with Wilf Homeniuk, Bill Wright and Joe Ventruel; also Gus Doss, with a pitching wedge at 98-yard 10th hole. ATLANTIS COUNTRY CLUB Three tied for low in a net tournament of the Ladies GA. At net 75 were Audra McDermott, Esther Sprlngman and Martha Haygood. Nancy Pierce was in with a 78, and low putts to Mrs. Sprlngman with 30. NORTH PALM BEACH COUNTRY CLUB Lll Benda won low gross with 95, and Shirley Greenamyer had a 97 in Class A of a Ladies GA gross-net tournament. Net prizes went to Berta Martin, 75 and Marge Davis 77. Class B gross went to Ruth Lee 105, Harlon Duncan 107, Doris McDade 108, and net to Jo Day 75, JoAnne Morris 76, Pat Dlnsmore 78 with putts to Lola Rell. In the Nineo-lers group, Twin Hohman had a 55 gross and Peal McClellan 59, with net to Aggie Frahm 42 and Stephanie Febel 43 In Class A. In Class B, it was Goldie Runner with 54 for gross and Dot McGuigan 45 for net. LAKE WORTH GOLF CLUB In a Ladles GA event in which only the scores on the odd numbered holes were counted, Dessle Emmons won the First Flight with 39, Bobby Rigglns had a 42 and Betty Berklund 45. Marie Bodemer was low In the Second Flight with 43, and three tied for second at 46 Ruth Wilson, Ann Bell and Helen McCoy. Third Flight was won by Marguerite Saylors 46, Kathy Tldwell a 50, and Bertha Pope and Twen Morrill 51s. Lucy Anderson won the Fourth Flight with 49, Katherine Nelson had a 52 and Clare Kelly 53. You'll Love "BIG MAC" ov in Tow ii ! Riviera Beach Lake Worth Okeechobee Blvd. (ft fsr fht fMta sksh" McDonald's n 3628 LABOR PLUS SARASOTA (UPI) - Tony Conigliaro, trying to make a comeback as a pitcher after his career as an outfielder was ended when he was struck by a pitched ball, went three innings In an Instructional League game here Monday and was tagged with a 3-0 loss by Philadelphia Phillies. His undoing was his wildness, but Conigliaro, Manager Billy Gardener and pitching coach Mace Brown all expressed encouragement at his performance. "I am very satisfied with how I did," Conigliaro said. "Didn't throw as hard as I could because it was my first time out." He said his curve ball was "breaking well" and his fast ball "moved well." Conigliaro retired the first six men before running into trouble in the third. Two patters popped up in the first inning and a third struck out. In the second, two were retired on infield grounders and the third flew out to shallow center field. But after jumping ahead of the leadoff batter In the third with RCA, 61's Notch Victories Gale Darville passed for two touchdowns and scored one himself Monday night as RCA downed Palm Beach Atlantic 26-20 In flag football action at Howard Park. John Holcolmb scored a TD and passed for two others to lead the 61's to a 26-13 victory over Pratt & Whitney. WPBCC Defeated For the first time in the fall segment of the Palm Beach County Women's Intercity golf play, the West Palm Beach team went down to defeat. This setback came Monday at Belle Glade Country Club when the host team turned in a 19-16 win in this the final match of the fall. But West Palm had a safe enough lead going into this match which was postponed from last week, and emerged the winners of the fall tournament with 120 points to 111' for the Delray Beach Country Club. MOLE GLADE WPBCC US (At Belle Olu CC; wnnfae team Its tlr.ll Kal Weeks 3. Jane- Gorder 0 Marge Fanul 0, Alice VanBrunt 1 Beat Ball: Belle UladrtU, WPB Jo Knight 1. Sally Klmmel 2 Ramona Knight 1, Agnes Ewseyhlrk 0 leUeUUilel.WPBt Edith VaiiLandrtngham 2, Julie Matter 1 Amy Wnldden 2H. Delene PeDDer H Beat Ball: Belie Ulade H.WFBiH Kay Chaney 2. Louise Khoads 1 Kitty Dew 3. BeaWoodO Beat Ball: BtUe(iladl,WPBI (S)!f H Ilia ms zj u LABOR PLUS PARTS PARTS 832 - WW Montreal Confirms WPB Farm Team Special To The Post MONTREAL The new major league Montreal Expos confirmed Monday the earlier announcement by the Florida State League that they will operate a West Palm Beach farm team In the Class A loop. The Expos will probably share the franchise with another major league team, possibly Washington, and no player assignments nor naming of a manager will be attempted until such a combination Is effected. President John McHale returned to a heavy list of duties here after visiting in West Palm Beach, where he maintains his residence, during the weekend. Officials said no definite decision has yet been made as to the site of the training camp for the major league team and (arm players, but It Is hoped to arrive at a decision In the next few weeks. I ELECT I If M I tut w-Adv TAXASSESSO NO MONEY DOWN UP TO 24 MONTHS TO PAY ON APPROVED CREDIT FREE TOWING in n7 UBAE3 VOTE I OK ROBERT C. I Tnlb YOU CAN 1700 N. DIXIE HWY. W. PALM BEACH "I see a day when our senior citizens and millions of others can plan for the future with the assurance that their Shops ALSO FT. LAUDERDALE-HOLLYWOOD HOMESTEAD-POMPANO BEACH government is not going to destroying the value of their Pledged to not only full time but overtime service COUNTY COMMISSIONER REPUBLICAN 96. Pol. orf airth. Csntp. Tnav Ruth Thnmat-John Camdy, co-rhairmen Ralph Airtley Treaa. Pd. Pol. Adv. By P.B. COUNTY NIXON-AUNKW COMM.

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