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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 28

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26 Palm Beach Post, Wed., November 6, 1968 USC Holds Grid Poll Lead Dog Racing BISCAYNE ENTRIES By HILL GRIMSLEV Associated Press Sports Writer HIGH SCHOOLS By Chuck Otterson ( IN POST POSITION ) The Southern California Trojans held a slipping grip Tues Vr day on the No. 1 ranking in col lege football, and it looks as if they will need some strong knuckles to stay there. The giants from the Pacific Coast, who have the season's Sri -BCD Shade Dance Bat-town Sun IM Toast ol Honey Gay Tint D.J. s Gala B J.'sHIt Record BWs Capricious Renowned tk-B.C.,D Javelin do B W.'i Victoria Daytona Drive Medlev Regaled MellndaC. J.A.'sHarrv Some St roll Mia Bullard 1st S-K.B Greek Lurk Cronv Alice Gtdup All Dutch Date Ocala Red Grand Tony Ats Darter Miss Saddler M-IX..C Happened Fringe Blnfte Alley Fighter Silver Asset PoorJud Minuet Lass Trl Nine Snow Shan leading Heisman Trophy con tender in (J. J. Simpson, are hosts in Los Angeles Saturday to one of their toughest rivals the University of California. sth-BCA Clay Carroll Lemon Tree Contrive Heeded Crown Princess Wicked SiMer Fleet Tag Remke IMh-BCA Alter Five Date Knockrour Rullah Madam Phaedra Mission Bound Triple Rocket Plush Hound Homepride Candv Jac III -ICC ChervlS. El Torres Arkle Rumple Reba J.Cole Palm Lounge AmigoCarlos Perfect Pigeon ma-B.C., c Babes Joy Pouted SkvCole Hlnky Venture Carmen Lass Mickey Tip Caesar's Jester Scurry Sandv 5th-M.C.,D Masterene M.V. Dellah Deep Man Deep Touch Scoopa Acer Jimmy Dawg Polly Choke tta-i-K.r Cathy's Karl Herman Wavne Booked Reply DJ.'sStormy Ston Told Zeadle Hanoi Hannah Josle Jingle 1th-B.C.,B Wattler Amissa R R Win Tim Thus And So Lakeside Journey-Some Toy Flouncv ' Kip's Go Go Mh-M.C.B Gerrle'sJaguar Triple Star DocGunter Hopewedo Silent Tear Theorized Figment Cut Time The Trojans may have to win and win big to stand off the 1 1 l pressure of similarly unbeaten Ohio State, which has a relative ly mild weekend assignment against Wisconsin, victor in only one of its seven games. Chuck's Choices This has been a frustrating football season for Lake Worth High and Riviera Beach High. Both squads showed early promise. Riviera sailed through its first three starts without giving up a point but lost three of its next four games. Lake Worth opened with impressive wins over Palm Beaeh and Dan McCarty, tied always-dangerous Pahokee and defeated Martin County before dropping back -to-back decisions to Vero Beach and Forest Hill. - With the season nearing its conclusion, both clubs need to win Friday's clash at Kiviera Beach to salvage a great deal out of what could have been an outstanding season. Lake Worth still has a mathematical chance of tying for second place in the Kastem Division of the Suncoast Conference. Riviera Beach can finish .MX) in league play with a victory Friday night. Prediction (for what It's worth): KIVIKKA BEACH 6, LAKE WORTH 0 - Lake Worth is favored, but the guess here is that unless the Trojans can come up with more air power than they have shown previously, Riviera Beach will be able to stop the Lake Worth attack. Other games: FRIDAY LEONARD 20, PALM BEACH 14 Long season for Wildcats. CARVER 19, NORTH SHORE 7 Eagles roll toward District 8-B championship. ROOSEVELT 32. LINCOLN PARK 6 Maroon Devils get bettcreverv week. PAHOKEE 27, l.MMOKALEE 19 Should be a real Another top team, third-ranked Kansas, also puts its perfect record and high national standing against a dangerous league rival, Oklahoma, which has a .'i-3 record. ; i -lb. You'll Lovo USC is a seven-point favorite over the Golden Bears while Kansas is rated a similar edge over Oklahoma, both games being played on the field of the Expos Name Director MONTREAL (UPD-The National League Montreal Expos Tuesday named Hugh Hallward, president of a local construction firm, as their seventh director. Board chairman Charles Bronfman said two more directors would be named by the end of the month. Hallward, who is 42, Is a locally prominent sportsman, past president of the Canadian Squash Raquets Association and a former director of the province of Quebec Golf Association. Hallward got interested in baseball early al the age of 13, he served as bat boy for the now defunct minor league Montreal Royals during two Grapefruit League games :n Florida. BIG MAG favorites. Southern Cal lost some favor with the panel of sports writers and broadcasters in The Asso nu in low n! Riviera Beach Lake Worth Okeechobee Blvd. ciated Press poll when it had to score on a desperation pass in the final two minutes last Satur day for a 2013 triumph over BELLE GLADE 26, BOCA RATON 13 Rams are on the APWirephoto among the nation's college football teams. He called a key fourth-down play a pass instead of an expected line plunge that carried USC to a last minute 20-13 victory over Oregon last week. Oregon. HE PILOTS NATION'S NO. 1 TEAM With the coolness of a professional and the confidence of a winner, Steve Sogge, above, has quarterbacked the Southern California Trojans to No. 1 ranking move. McDonald's FOREST HILL 34, DAN McCARTY 6 Falcons continue to Of the 45 voters, only 19 thought Southern California was still the best while 14 favored Ohio State, winner over Miehi gan State 25-20. Kansas was No. flv high. SEACREST 41, SATELLITE 0 Seahawks get a crack at the team that edged them out for the district title a year ago, even though Seacrest was unbeaten and Satellite was 9-1. MOORE HAVEN 27, OKEECHOBEE 6 Okeechobee's last Easy Way to Kill Roaches and Ants 1 on 10 of the ballots. Tennessee Senators May Be Sold and Penn State each collected one first-place vote. victory was over Moore Haven in 1966. The Brahmans will have toi wait a while longer for the next one. In the total points, rated on plsilll':;:'' k-:r 1 ,IIW) , FROSTPROOF 33, JOHN CARROLL 13 Frostproof is one of but he added, "There are several groups that are quite H. Lemon, a Washington Investment broker, said, "There have been serious conversations," munv teams anxious to get back at the Ramsforpast routs. LAKE PLACID 48, LaBELLE 0 No contest. VERO BEACH 21, MARTIN COUNTY 0 Barring a letdown Indians will remain undefeated, untied and seldom scored upon. PALM BEACH CLEWLSTON 20, MELBOURNE CC 13 Tigers seem to have found themselves. CARDINAL NEWMAN 13, MIAMI LaSALLE 7 But it won't be easv. WINTER HAVEN JEWETT 26, (ilFFORD 19 - Clifford faces another central Florida power. LAKE SHORE 20,. I AX STANTON 13 Couldgoeither way. I SATURDAY WASHINGTON (AP) -The Washington Senators may be sold soon to a top-level campaign backer of Vice President Hubert H. Humphrey. The last-place American League club would remain In the nation's capital where it is host to the annual Presidential opener each season, as well as the All-Star game marking baseball's 100th anniversary next year. Robert E. Short, the Democratic party's national treasurer, and Jeno F. Paulucci, a fellow millionaire from Minnesota, are negotiating to buy the team, with the sale predicted by the end of the month. The Senators, losers at the bank as well as the ball park, are carrying a reported price tag of $10.5 million. Paulucci confirmed the negotiations. Senators' owner James KENNEDY 14, POMPANO ELY 13 But nothing less than a GRADES 4 thru 12 REMEDIAL READING MILITARY DISCIPLIN E SUPERVISED STUDY U.S. ARMY ROTC supereffort will be enough in this mcetin' of the unbeaten. ST. ANDREW'S 13, TAMPA BERKELEY 6 - Berkeley is usually a tough one for the Scots, but this year they should be able the basis of 20 points for a first' place vote, 18 for second, etc., the Trojans' margin over the Buckeyes was 816 to 803. Kansas had 758. After Kansas, completing the Top Ten were Penn State, No. 4, rated the best in the East; Tennessee, No. 5; Purdue, No. 6; Michigan, No. 7; Missouri, No. 8; Georgia, No. 9, and Texas, No. 10. California, in 11th place, heads the Second Ten, followed by Notre Dame, Houston, Arkansas, Oregon State, Ohio U., Michigan State, Auburn, Wyoming and Louisiana State. Penn Slate has a date with Miami (Fla.) this week. Tennessee meets Auburn in the nighl half of a Birmingham double-header that also sends Alabama against .L.S.U. Purdue is at Minnesola. Michigan plays Illinois, Missouri meets Iowa State, Georgia faces Florida and Texas opposes Baylor. AP Poll The topjn. Willi Hi st place voles, records anil Inlal points. Points awiiiflecl for llrsl D picks on basis ol 20-1H ENROLL NOW LIMITED ENROLLMENT to handle the visitors. L.AST WEEK 12-2, .8"7. CLOSE: Roosevelt 14, North Shore 6 (prediction, 12 7 who can anticipate a safety?). SEASON 97-19-2, .8.16. Brush on Once . . . Lasts for Months JOHNSTON'S NO-ROACH: Simply brush Johnston's No-Roach in cabinets to control cockroaches, on sills to stop ants. Colorless, odorless coating stays effective for months. No need to move dishes. Harmless to pets. Remember : No-Roach means no roaches. MAY'S FOOD CENTERS PALM BEACH MILITARY ACADEMY Belvedere Ro;il at Marine Drive West Palm Reach, Florida Tel. 683-32 1 1 Women's 4Y' Tennis Event In Semifinal PALM BKACH (iARDKNS -Both divisions reached the semi final rounds of the women's tennis tournament sponsored by the North Palm Beach Family branch of the YMCA Tuesdav. 1. Southern California l 111 i 2. OIlioStaleiHi 6-11 Xie (ill .1. Kansas i HP 7-11 7.1K li 0 5XX I. I'ennSlale ill 5. Tennessee 1 1 I 6. I'ur'lue 7. Michigan H. Missouri H. (icniKia W.Texas 11. California 12. Noire Dame 13. Houston 14. Arkansas 15. Oregon Slate 16. Ohio l). 17. Michigan State 1H. Auburn R Wvorninn 2H. Louisiana Slate 5-IM b 1 6 1 6 1 5112 5-1-1 511 5 2 312 61 5-2 7-0 4- 1 52 6 2 5- 2 541 415 371 2H4 2771', 263 ' Wl 1K.1 llll'i 124 IX 44 .34 31 2t 1 Ih on omoiing ntw product, One of the hardest matches of the day was waged by Pat Atwater and Selva Rorabaugh with Pat winning 6-4, 2-6, 6-3. The winner will play Rena ( unite, 6-3, 6-4 winner over Marge Stevens in a semifinal this morning. In the other bracket, Adele Gold, who defeated Marsh End 6-4, 6-2, will meet Dorothy Jones, conqueror of Sandv Beckwith 3-6,6-4,6-3. In Class B, where the scoring was done by the professional system, Shriiev Miller defeated Delores Walkins 8-2, and Julie Mercer downed Lucy Morgan 8-2. Upsets marked the lower bracked where seeded Carolyn Raulerson lost to Jane Smith, 8-,'!, and seeded Nancy Sterling was beaten by Becky Behrens 8-6. In the semi-finals and finals of this division, the scoring will be done in the regular manner. The finals are to be played this afternoon as will the finals in the doubles. STOP BITE. It ii a ntw kind of nol polith o bitter noit poltih that lucconfully diftcouragos nail biting Others receiving votes, listed alphabetically: Alabama. Arizona Slate, Florida Slate, Florida, Harvard. Indiana. Miami. Fla., Mississippi. Nebraska, Klrhmond. Southern Methodist, Syracuse. Texas Tech, Virginia Tech. Wake Forest, Yale. ond thumb lucking btcouio of itt awful tail. STOP BITE cannot waih off tnuit bo rmovd with pol How to get something for nothing from the biggest bank in Palm Head! County. ih romovor. STOP BITE hardoni naili oi thty grow. It it colortoii UPI Poll and harmltii. Aik for STOP BITE by ftamt. Don't b disappointed by ubititutoi. STOP BITE, $1.00 . . . NKW YORK it'l'Il The United Press Inlernatlonal lop 21) maior eolleue football teams with first place voles and won-losl-tied records in parentheses, (seventh week l. Team Points 316 2S7 2H5 234 W 139 101 76 61 Southern Cal (201 (fill! Ohio Stale (71 16-111 Kansas 161 (7-01 Penn Stale (1) 16-0) Tennessee (1) (50 11 Purdue (W Michigan (6 II Missouri 16-1) Texas (Mil 64 ll).;cori;ia(5 0 2l Second 10 11, California (.41): 12. Notre Dame (22); 13, Houston '21': 14. Oregon Stale (12i; 15, Arkansas m: 16, Yale Hi; 17, Miami i Fla. (31; IX. lie. Ohio University and Nebraska 1 1 1. Nevele Pride Wins Easily WESTBURY, N.Y. (AP) Nevele Pride won by a landslide al Roosevelt Raceway this presidential election day. Now It's California, here we come for the nation's champion 3-year-old trotter. DIRECT FROM OUR PERMANENT BUYING OFFICE IN ANTWERP SUPERB DIAMOND VALUES Vi TO 2 CARAT DIAMONDS Our lowest prices ever for quality such as these sparkling beauties possess. Choose from solitaires or rings with tapered baguettes. Pear shapes and marquise diamonds also available. Fine selections of these and other diamonds up to 4 carats and larger at all Richards stores. NO DOWN PAYMENT, TAKE MONTHS TO PAY And we'll even print your name and address on every check. For nothing. So you can be as well known as First National Bank in Palm Beach. How often do you get something for nothing from a bank? It doesn't cost you a cent to use checks from First National Bank in Palm Beach as long as you keep $500 in your checking account. So you can use the name of the best known bank in the Palm Beaches. For nothing. Cheek wit! -"wmrwrri .imhii , inn iuj iMI n Driven as usual by Stanley Dancer, Nevele Pride won the votes of nearly all the 8,400 who turned out for a Tuesday election day morning program of six non-betting races for an aggregate $291,906 in purse money. Nevele Pride easily trotted home the winner of the $32,106 United Harness Writers trot that climaxed the card. The son of Stars Pride-Thankful won by five lengths over Dart Hanover in a 2:02 mile. Eric B. was third, Fine Shot fourth and Keystone Spartan fifth and last. After the race, Dancer said Nevele Pride, who is headed for his second straight title as harness Horse of the Year, would SOLITAIRES RING! WITH awillHIHia TAPERED BAGUETTES Vi carat 1139 1 carat total wtight . . .$299 carat 1239 1 14 carat total wtight . $499 be shipped to Hollywood Park In California. He is scheduled to compete in the $25,000 Stepping Stone trop at Hollywood on Nov. 30 and the $60,000 American Trotting Classic on Dec. 7. 1 carat 1439 1 V carat totol wtight . 699 1 Vi carot $699 2 carat total wtight . . , $ 9 S Illustrations enlarged to show detail. It was the 21st victory in 24 starts this year for the cold who has swept the trotting triple classic for co-owners Nevele Acres and Louis Resnick of El-lenville, N.Y. He now has won $427,4.30 this year and $650,363 over-all for his two years of rac wt .S70' HICII iRDS, ht Floor PALM KKACII MALL Si.MHYS II to 6 Ph. fK3-00 Congress Blvd. at l-9. ing. 255 South Ocean Boulevard, Auto entrance: 264 South Ocean Boulevard, Phone 832-3611 Member; Fedeial Deposit Insurance Corporation Nevele Pride's triumph gave Dancer his third victory of the six-race program.

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