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24 Palm Beach Post, Wed., November 6, 1968 Sails, Pomps, Macs Biting OUTDOORS By Ed Buckow Sailfishing is excellent offshore, pompano action picked up on Lake Worth Tuesday, big mackerel are schooled up in the St. Lucie Inlet area, trout are plentiful in the Indian River near Jensen Beach, and bass and speckled perch fishing is good around Lake Okeechobee. The fastest sailfishing has been occurring near the artificial reef, about a half mile northeast of Palm Beach Inlet. Fishing in that area yesterday, Charles and Marie Wood both took six-foot-plus sails, and Red Graham landed a 6-foot spindlebill. They were trolling balao and mullet. Trolling in the same vicinity with live blue runners, a party aboard Capt. Frank Ardine's Sail Ahoy raised eight sails and caught and released two. Mrs. Bill Bornstein released one of the sails and Mrs. Leo Cohen freed the other. Mrs. Bornstein also landed a 45-pound barracuda. Pompano fishing improved on Lake Worth, south of Peanut Island during the day. The top catch checked in at Lake Side Tackle and Seafood numbered 24. Al Pearch took a fish box full of two to five and a half pound mackerel trolling just north of St. Lucie Inlet during the day thanks to a commercial net fisherman. Pearce was trolling south ol the Inlet when the commercial fisherman pulled up beside his boat and told him that he had Just gone through a mile-long school of mackerel a half-mile north oi the inlet. Pearce followed the commercial man's instructions and loaded up the box. The cold front that was forecast for Tuesday fizzled, and it appears that schools of mackerel and blues drifted to the north during the day. Small migratory gamefish were rather scarce in the area from Juno Beach to Hobe Sound. One meteorologist Tuesday unofficially predicted the arrival of a cold front with some real punch to it Friday or Saturday. Johnny Crawford, operator of the Snook Nook at Jensen Beach, said surf fishing was slow in that area Tuesday, but fishermen hit trout casting plugs on the Indian River flats. John Wilbert came in with a seven and three-quarter pounder. Bluefishing was hot and a variety of other fish was caught Tuesday in the Port Salerno area. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Napoli returned to the Fishin' Hole late in the afternoon with a catch of 35 blues. They took the fish on cut bait in the Sun Parlor area. Fishing with live shrimp in the same area, Rex and Morreli Andrews came up with a mixed catch that included four channel bass, three blues and a trout. William Saunders and his son. Bill, came up with two snook, three blues and a trout casting top-water ber of Commerce. The event is divided into three marathon-type races, with the first starting at 12:30 p.m. from the Okeechobee Waterway at the Belle Glade Marine. Some 60 boats are expected to compete. HOLIDAY RACE - The fast SK (Ski) Class racing powerboat is the type of attraction to be offered Sunday in the third annual Belle Glade Regatta, sponsored by the Boat Racing Club of Palm Beach County and the Belle Glade Cham Hunters Warned Bv Commissioner Bad News, Gals: Rozelle Asks Monday TV Football plugs on the Indian River Trolling outside St. Lucie Inlet, Gerald Fletcher and Gene Mitchell boated five kingfish three dolphin and a cobia. Both bass and speckled perch are being caught In the Belle Glade area of Lake Okeechobee. The bass are hitting back in the i.:rass at Long Point and In Winnie's Cove. Local angler Paul Wintink returned to J-Mark Fishing Camp Tuesday with 10 bass, and Ercel Mixson checked in with eight. The specks are hitting fairly good in the rim canal. Speckled perch are still being hauled in the Kissimmee River and the north end of Government Cut, according to Joe Johansen, operator of Joe and Wanda's Camp. Joe said the specks are hitting both minnows and jigs, and that near-limit catches are coming In. high water and are a natural resource that should be harvested. A 30,000-acre area was added to the Everglades Management Area this year in Palm Beach County. This new area is located north of L-5 levee, east of the Miami Canal, and west of U.S. Highway 27. It will be posted to enable hunters to find the boundaries. The commission also announced a special two-day "either sex" deer season in Collier County Nov. 9 and 10. McBroom said this season has been set to enable hunters to harvest deer that would otherwise be wasted due to a die off. Wildlife biologists are expecting a die off of deer similar to the one that occurred In the Fah-kahatchee Strand In Collier County last year. A team of biologists have found a heavy infestation of parasites in the Collier deer herd and some deer in a weakened condition. With the hunting season on native game opening Saturday, W. T. McBroom, commissioner of the Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission's Everglades Region, urged all hunters to avoid harassment of does and other illegal deer. He particularly cautioned hunters to call off their dogs when it Is determined they are running deer other than legal bucks. The hunting area of special concern to the commissioner is the Everglades Management Area located in Palm Beach, Broward and Dade counties. McBroom said that although the deer herd in Conservation Area III suffered losses from high water conditions last summer, recent surveys Indicate a high buck-doe ratio and the harvest of mature bucks can not harm the herd. He pointed out that the larger bucks, simply because of their size, were least damaged by the I Score I Board I Art Modell, president of the Cleveland Browns and the National Football League, likes to believe that pro football is capturing the women. "At cocktail parties," he says, "I hear them talking red-dog, square out and play action. Why not? We've got the country's number one game." Rozelle now may be in a position to defy the TV decisionmakers If they refuse to go along with him. Pro football's television contracts come up for renewal next year. The commissioner seeks 14 Monday night games, the concurrent abandonment of the Sunday afternoon double-header programming Insisted upon by the networks and higher fees for his owners. Pro football looks to television for added income in the face of rising costs (the player union demands) and approaching full occupancy oi the stadiums. CBS this season is paying $18.8 million for 112 NFL games plus two playoffs and $2 million more for the league championship game, nbe's bill Is $8.2 million for 70 American League games plus the championship and $2.5 million for the Super Bowl. Both networks claim they make very little money from pro football and that the game is merely a prestige item for themselves and their affiliate stations. The commissioner is not sympathetic. Should the networks balk at the sport's coming demands, there is the real possibility that professional football will set up its own network and peddle Its own product. There are no serious obstacles In the way for such an unprecedented move. CBS, which has televised NFL games since 1961, would be shaken. Its big sports department would be virtually wiped out because the network has few other sports events. There are those who suspect that television eventually will swallow football alive through overexposure. This Is a possibility, especially In Christmas week when the clashing of bodies seems to be the only thing to see in the afternoons. The pros are unconcerned. If there is overexposure, they reason, the first people to know it will be the college bowl promoters. There are too many bowl games with too little meaning and they are losing their luster. NHL Roundup By The Associated Press By WILLIAM N. WALLACE (C ) N .Y . Times News Service NEW YORK Mrs. Arlyne Lentz of Milwaukee is aware of pro football, especially on Sunday afternoons. She is the home-maker for a three television-set household. "My husband goes to his room to watch," she explains. "My son goes to his room and my mother goes to her room. Only the dog and I do not watch. It gets lonely." Of the watchers, Mrs. Lentz's mother Is probably the most dedicated. On a clear day in Milwaukee last Sept. ZZ the Bears were playing the Lions In Detroit where it began to rain. She got up and closed all the windows. We have news for Mrs. Lentz. On the basis of the television ratings of the Green Bay-Dallas game a week ago Monday night, her dog and she will likely lose the family on another occasion beginning next year. The ratings for that game were so good that Pete Rozelle, the Commissioner of Pro Football, may now have the tool with which to extract from the networks the nationally televised game he seeks on 14 Monday nights during coming seasons. The Packer-Cowboy game, televised by the Columbia Broadcasting System, had a national arbitron rating of 25.1 and a 44 per cent share of the home audience. The competition was a good movie, "Exodus," on the National Broadcasting Company's network and "The Outcasts" and "Big Valley" on American Broadcasting Company stations. Their ratings and shares were 16.1, 30 per cent, and il.5, 21 per cent. The football game had the sixth best rating of any weeknight show In the new television season that began in September. There were, and perhaps still are, decision-makers in the television world who believe pro football, or any sports event, cannot compete successfully In the weeknight prime time hours (8-11 p.m.) when the audiences are the largest and the stakes the highest. , Their belief is that the wife gives up on Sunday afternoons and lets the men have their football. But on the weeknights she becomes defiant and will have no truck with the clashing of bodies on her TV screen. Three-set households like the Lentz one, where the little woman and the dog are outnumbered 3-2, are too few. national League Eastern Division GFGA lit Pt. Montreal 7 New York 7 Boston 7 Chicago 6 Toronto 4 Detroit 3 Broncos' Huard Tops AFL Defense 32 18 37 24 34 26 45 35 20 21 28 26 31 27 21 27 25 37 20 35 24 20 21 32 Western Division 1 9 St. Louis 4 Philadelphia 3 5 2 Oakland 3 6 2 Los Angeles 3 5 1 Minnesota 3 6 1 Pittsburgh 2 5 2 Monday's Results No games scheduled. Tuesday's Games No games scheduled. Wednesday's Games Toronto at Minnesota New York at Los Angeles Philadelphia at Boston Detroit at Chicago St. Louis at Pittsburgh Only games scheduled. Arthur Daley, who regularly writes this column, Is on vaca- tion. ABA Roundup American League Eastern Division Won Lost Pet. I You'll Love FSU Baseball Coach Quits NEW YORK (AP) - Early in his off-season career as a probation-parole officer, linebacker John Huard of the Denver Broncos visited Maine State Prison and gave a lecture on pro football. "While I was talking," Huard related Tuesday, "one of the inmates turned to a guard and asked, 'What's he in for?' " It Is not unlikely that at some point ' in Denver's game with Boston last Sunday, one of the Patriot backs turned to the linemen .-and asked, "What's he doing In here all the time?" Huard might not have been In the Boston backfield all of the time in the Broncos' easy 35-14 victory, but he was there much of the time and Tuesday was named the American Football League's defensive player of the week by The Associated Press. 1.000 n .571 .500 .400 Minnesota ... 4 Kentucky 4 New York 3 Miami 2 Indiana 1 DIG MAG .167 same ultimate goal to manage Western Division a big league club. Oakland 5 1 .833 Hatfield a native of Birmingham, Ala., has coached the 2 Houston 2 1 .667 New Orleans 3 2 .600 Los Angeles 1 2 .333 Dallas 0 1 .000 Denver 0 4 .000 Now in Tom n! Riviera Beach Lake Worth Okeechobee Blvd. Seminole baseball club for the past five seasons. Suncoast W. Rush Leader Loses Ground If Danny Kreldler and Jim Ag-atheas have a few more games like last week, Pahokee's Leopold Sterling may not keep his Suncoast West football rushing lead much longer. While mighty Seacrest was holding Sterling to 14 yards in 13 carries, Boca Raton's Aga-theas was running wild against Palm Beach Gardens (157 yards in 12 carries) and ClewLston's Kreldler was having another good night (96 yards In 17 attempts against Moore Haven). Sterling still has a healthy lead, however, with 508 yards In 74 tries, a 6.9 average. Kreldler, the 1967 Western Division rushing leader, is second with 375 yards in 96 carries, followed by Agatheas with 362 yards in 70 attempts. Pahokee, first last week in team defense, tumbled to fourth after yielding 402 yards to Sea-crest. Belle Glade took over the lead with an average of 129.3 yards per game. Pahokee's Blue Devils still lead offensively with 239.6 yards per contest. TEAM OFFENSE Rush Put Total Pahokee 148.9 90.7 2.19.6 Belle Glade 121.2 87.2 208.3 Martin County 130.2 39.7 169.8 Jupiter 115.4 29.0 144.4 Boca Raton 113.6 27.1 140.7 Clewiston 90.0 23.7 113.7 TEAM DEFENSE Kunh Pau Total Belle Glade 93.0 36.3 129.3 Clewiston 87.9 58.1 146.0 Martin County 102.3 51.7 154.0 Pahokee 143.9 28.0 171.9 Jupiter 128.1 71.9 200.0 Boca Raton 174.0 38.6 212.6 INI. RUSHING Alt. Yds. Ave. Sterling, Pah 74 508 9 Kreldler, Clew 375 3.9 Agatheas, BR 70 362 5.2 Mclntyre, MC 60 317 5.3 xScott, Jup 71 286 4.0 xMcGlamory, BG 54 262 4.9 Nolan. BR 68 202 3.0 Howard, Pah 37 183 4.9 Stiller, MC 24 173 7.2 xLawson, Jup 47 161 3.4 IND. PASSING (Six or more completion) Alt. tomp. Vd. Gain Hickman, Pah 76 32 634 8.3 xAllman, BG 53 23 284 5.4 Bowling, MC 32 14 199 6.2 Miller, Clew 44 13 141 3.2 xLaCasse, Jup 33 7 178 5.4 Sparling, BR 78 16 144 1.8 IND. RECEIVING No. Yds. Ave. J. Osborne, Pah 12 221 18.4 xResmondo, BG 11 122 11.1 W. Osborne. Pah 8 184 23.0 Sterling, Pah 6 175 29.2 xGlbson, Jup 6 171 28.5 Agatheas, BR 6 37 6.2 xWllder, BG 5 49 9.8 x Individual statistics not available tor Jupiter-Belle Glade game. Garden State Trial Draws 17 Entries CAMDEN, N.J. (AP) Seventeen 2-year-olds were named Tuesday for Wednesday's running of the Garden State Trial and officials of Garden State Park Immediately arranged for the mile and 70-yard test to be run off in two sections. Huard, a second-year pro, made 10 tackles, high for Denver this year, helped on four others and was the major reason why Jim Nance gained only 51 yards in 21 tries and the Patriot ground attack managed 77 in 30 over-all. "Perhaps John doesn't have all the tools you'd like to see in a middle linebacker a guy who's 6-3, weighs 250 and runs the hundred In some low figure," Denver Coach Lou Saban said. "But he's a good steady linebacker who has the instinct of where to go and who can think and react at the same time." Huard had to do a lot of thinking between this season and last in his capacity as a probation-parole officer In Maine. "It was a fascinating experience," said the 6-foot, 218-pound Maine alumnus. "I had a case load of 70 people. I was In charge of Parolees from the state prison and the men's correctional center, and I also had a lot of Juveniles who were on probalion. The most important thing was to get them to trust me. "I used to be able to think about football all the time, but then I started thinking about the kids a lot how I could help them and how I could keep them out of trouble." He called it the "best college TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (UPD Fred Hatfield resigned as head baseball coach at Florida State University today to return to professional ball. Hatfield, a former major league lnfielder, said he was weighing "two offers" and would announce a decision "within a week." "For the past two years, I've been Itching to get back into pro ball," he said. "I guess all old pro ball players have the Gastonia, N.C., and in 1965, captured the playoffs, competing In the College World Series at Omaha, Neb. Last season, FSU had a 35-6 record and were rated the number one collegiate team at one time in a national poll. FSU athletic director Vaughn Mancha expressed regret at losing Hatfield, saying, "He is one of the finest collegiate coaches in the country." No replacement was Immediately announced. coaching job in the country" but said pro baseball "is in my S McDonald's blood." Monday's Result Minnesota 121, Indiana 120 Only game scheduled. Tuesday's Games Dallas at Oakland Only game scheduled. Wednesday's Games Dallas at Los Angeles New Orleans at Miami Indiana at Denver Minnesota at Kentucky Only games scheduled. NBA Roundup Hatfield managed minor league clubs following his Use P-T Classified playing days with the Boston Red Sox, Detroit Tigers, Chicago White Sox and Cincinnati Reds, coming to FSU in 1963. National League Eastern Division His ball teams here ran up Won Lost Pet. Behind 161 victories against 57 losses In OUR MUTUAL FUND DEPT. Ii Open Every Wednesday - Evening from 7 to 9 P.M. For Coniultalion. Hirsch & Co. MmtM Nw Trrk Slock Euhangc 1 1 North J. St. Lake Worth, Florida Phono 582-3501 five years. Four of his five years, the Seminoles won a spot In the District III NCAA playoffs at Boston 6 2 . 750 Cincinnati 6 2 ' .750 Baltimore 8 3 . 727 Detroit 4 4 . 500 2 New York 5 6 .455 2 Philadelphia 3 4 .428 W, Milwaukee 2 6 .250 4 Western Division San Diego 4 3 .571 Los Angeles 5 4 .556 San Francisco ... 4 5 .444 1 Atlanta 4 5 .444 1 Phoenix 4 5 .444 1 Chicago 4 6 . 400 W, Seattle 3 7 . 300 2V, Monday's Result San Francisco 119, Phoenix 108 II A Kr.hr 2 iki Cardinals Hear About Announcer TOKYO (UPD Red Schoen-dienst, manager of the St. Louis Cardinals, Monday expressed concern over the condition of radio commentator Harry Ca-ray, who was critically injured when he was struck by a car Saturday. "Oh, gosh," he said when he iearned of the accident. "He has been a fine announcer for so many years. I hope he will come through okay." Schoendlenst and the Cardinals heard of the accident when they arrived in Niigata city on the western coast of Japan where they are scheduled to play the 10th game of their 18-game series Wednesday. P0L0 ,A FANS Hg Mp x 'fvArFsfH January j "Bl.l k st: i" I I -Kill: SKA II" I Bid WAV II" " 2 Trlpi Doily 30 130 I Nllt FISHING WID HI. i f to ii m. I Only game scheduled. Tuesday's Game New York at San Diego Los Angeles at Chicago Only games scheduled. Wednesday's Gamei Chicago at Cincinnati Seattle at Detroit Los Angeles at Milwaukee .at Madison Wis. Atlanta at Baltimore New York at San Francisco Only games scheduled. KIVIcKA Ult LUlK S CUfOfSfVAtlONS B PH. VI 8-2919 NITE VI 4-6910 Csonka Out f thru Only 1 Game MS N April 7 f- MIAMI (AP) Rookie full Last night we stayed up later than the candidates. For months, Bache has been studying the possible market effect of yesterday's Presidential election. 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