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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 27

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Wednesday, November 6, 1968
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Palm Beach Post, Wed., November 6, 1968 23 1- m" 3. .. Boca League May Go National L w 212 .. . P. and W. Men's Monday Night: John Meska 576 (225), Paul Klein 563(215), John Mammino 552(196), Dick McClelland 552(196), John Mammino 547 (212), Gerald Barlow 234. Bob Messier 213, Harvey Hopkins 208. Jan Landak 200 P. and W. Tuesday Morning league: Dan Daniel 586 219). Ed Szczoczarz 580(2241, Elmer Smith 570(213). Dick Braido 565(199) . . . Cream 'N Sugar league: Marv Mahoney 483(175), Bonnie Bowers 488 (168) , Berniece Aiken 488(187), Dodie Barlow 464(178, Gloria Linnell 454( 165), Billie Baggett 478(174), Patti Steppens 452 (169) . MAJOR LEAGUE LANES Bi-City Ladies league: Marion Urick 260, Eleanor Fox 185, Ellie Davis 179, Alice Mutchler 177, Marv Wilt 171. Now Open COMPLETE MARINE ACCESSORIES Franchisee! Dealer For: timn CI lJitt- 11 Vtlt Rtlriftritwt t Futntl Kttrii 'M tails . MiiiM Equipment t TmIs See Our Sele lion uf Toys for Christmas M.sB. SALES 122 So. Dixie lantana 585-6656 Turner Catching Stenerud NEW YORK (UPI) - Jim Turner, who tied an American Football League record by kicking six field goals in the New York Jets' 25 21 victory over the Buffalo Bills Sunday, is threatening to take over the circuit's individual scoring lead from Jan Stenerud of the Kansas City Chiefs. AKL statistics released Tuesday show that the former Utah State quarterback and place-kicker has scored 8.3 points-only three fewer than Stenerud. The difference is one field goal -Stenerud has kicked 21 and Turner 20 and both have kicked 23 extra points. Although unaccustomed to being in the Jet limelight, which usually is reserved for Joe Namath, Turner was the league's fifth-ranking scorer in 17 and started the 18 season as the league's ninth all-time scorer. All the players ahead of Turner on the AFL's all-time scoring list have played from one to four more seasons than him. The leaders in passing, pass receiving and rushing were the same as the previous woek with 543(210), Janet Moore 511 (191), Elinore Crimi 495(185) and singles to Vreni Delay 182, Judy Alfes 177, Carole Stinger 174 .. . Monday Night R.C.A. Trio Scratch league: Bob Braber 612, Charlie Vance 545, Bob Salzer 555, Robert Baldwin 225, Don O'Brien 214, Dare McCoy 206 .. . Monday Morning Early Birds: Helen Padgett 534(194), Berniece Aiken 491(206), Charlotte Ve-nard 449, Rita Price 185, Joan Wagner 181, Glenda Rackley 179 .. . Mixed League: Lynn Brown 587( 233), Harold Brocksbank 543(201), Jackie Carpenter 526, Bob Rathbone 203 . . . Jupiter Lites league: Judy Alfes 505, Peggy Stoddard 471, Marion Gould 468, Kathy Gould 170, Marie Janes 169. The Goodners team is leading in team scratch series 2,219), In handicap series(2,894), in high scratch game( 789), In handicap The Lifetime Sports Foundation, headed by Bud Wilkinson, has an interest In a bowling program initiated by the First Federal Savings and Loan Association of Boca Raton and the University Bowl Lanes. Wilkinson has asked Harry Newman, bank president, to visit him In Washington and pass on the details of the program so that it could be offered to other Foundation groups. The bank issues to bowlers who visit the bank a strip of eight tickets. Each is good for one free game after two others have been bowled. The program, now in its third year, began last week and extends through Dec. 22. HIGHLIGHTS OF THE WEEK A 594(215-200) performance by 15-year old Ted Olson in the Junior-Senior Mixed league at Lantana Lanes. A 230 by Carol Missimcr, a 130 average bowler in the Do-nut Dunkers league also at Lantana. It was her first 200 . . . Larry Girten a 656(245-202-209) outing In the King Pin league at Lantana, a new high league set ... A 241 by Barbara Lyon, 102 pins over her average, in the Jim Finley Scratch league at Major League Lanes . . . Marian I'r-ick a 26(1 game, 130 over average in the Bi-City league at Major League. SPLIT PICK -UPS Nancy Graber, the 5-7 in the Petticoat League at Garden Lanes . . . Jean Bemoan the 5-7 in the Major Mixed Foursomes league at Major . . . Lillian Shoriak the 4-7-10 In the George's league, Sam Aron-herg the 3-7-10 and 5-7, Ray Rood the 5-7 In the Servicemen's League and Esther Fink the 4-7-9-10 in the Bi-Clty Ladies all at Major. AROUNDTHE LANES JUPITER LANES Ladies Classic league: Rae Greenleaf Among the GREAT Kentucky Bourbons There is That Certain One.. .. 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Testerman has completed 22 of 35 attempts for 409 yards, while Hardin has hit on 32 of 61 pitches for 508 yards. Forest Hill's Dick Hopkins is third with 36 completions out of 60 tosses for 398 yards, Mike Humphrey of Lake Worth continues to pace the rushing statistics with 631 yards in 95 carries, while teammate Mike Benefiel moved into the sec-c" i spot with 487 yards in ?1 carries. Forest Hill's Wiliiam Wilson tops the individual receivers with 16 receptions for 164 vards. Seacrest offers the best offense, averaging 332.7 yards -jer game, while Vero Beach claims the stoutest defense, giving away 78.8 yards a game. 1 !"" JM,".-' " immwinim m John Hadl of the San Diego Chargers, George Sauer of the Jets and Hewritt Dixon of the Oakland Raiders showing the way. Hadl has completed 122 of 238 passes for a .513 percentage, 2114 yards and 17 touchdown passes. Len Dawson of the Chiefs ranks second with 81-1.38 for .587, 1187 yards and seven touchdowns and Darylc Lamoni-ca of the Raiders is third with 109-237 for .160, 1792 yards and K touchdowns. Sauer is a narrow leader over Lance Alworth of the Chargers with 46 catches to 45. Alworth leads Sauer in yards gained 9.3P 750 and an average of 20.7 yards per catch to 16.3. DOGfiaClllG POST TIME 8:00 PM ClOtfO S1JNO ft NO MINORS FEATURING THE DOG TRACK JUST OFF THE NORTH SOUTH XWAV (1951 EXIT AT 125 OR 103 STREETS BROWARD 524-0747 (D 111 fwnUm IrmSX FULL fl.PLY j BOWLING By Chuck Voorhis game(l,013) ... Friday Fun loop: Lvnn Brown 495(218), Dick Sehmidte 564(217), Mike Young 587(226), Jack Wull-kvtte 580(213-203), William Dill 529(187), Jim Moore 539 (209), Herb Woschnlck 523 (195), Jack Carpenter 514(192), Bill Miller 502(209). GARDEN LANES Friday Night Mixed: Ray Strassbur-ger, Sr. 535(208), Ray Strass-burger, Jr. 527(205), Mike Pe-saro 515(104), Tonv Cacloppi 511(193), Millie Mirkovich 503(176), Sandv Musing 492(171) . . . Sunday Night Mixed: Fred Stengel 536(196), Rick Reed 517(209), Marion Nobitz 502(185), William Eastman 485(164), Trudie Kidd 478(175), Eleanor Butler 467(174) . , . Busch league: Roger Moore 556(189), Dick Fair 535(192), Bob Olson 530 (211), Esther Morrow 506(190), Ellie Beal 470(179), Danny Letter 447 (165), Lucy Queilette 1 i i i 3 V priced at Firestone Dealers LAKE WORTH 10th AVE. I CONGRESS PHONE 965-0202 lit h "Mr h 1 - I0YNT0N 6TH I PHONE I j f M Staff PHolo by Lou Payne INI). PASSING (Seven or morr comiili'tliHls) All- i 'imp (l4. Gain Testerman. VB Hardin, Sea Hopkins, FH ("ushman, KH Huss. VB Swords, VR Saunders, RB Brown, I'B liillelle. DM la lil till 1.1 l ; 21 55 14 20 4119 11.4 5118 81 198 6,6 256 7,8 14.1 11.0 1M 8 8 in 1(17 lt.1) ,12 69 2..1 ,1.1 2.1 12 1..1 Calfnev. 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