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C2 Palm Beach Post, Thursday, Nov. 7, 1968 We Go Aggressive Now i .bo s ROBERT UPSYTE New York TimtH ' . ...Ml...,. . -L. JT- ; - .--s - -- - - ovfr-" - -. m , "That bothered me In the beginning," said Vogel, an open-faced, blue-eyed, crew-cut blond. "My mother ased to get very upset about the lack of recognition, and my wife would say, 'Oh, did jom play on Sunday?' But I was a rookie then, and a lineman learns. "But in those days, I'd just go out and play football, and nowadays football is very much more emotional for me. I have to go Into the woods near my farm on Saturdays to get away from the phone and my kids and just relax and think about the game coming up In some depth. You get older, you find the game more complex." The Baltimore linemen can also indulge their introspection and their emotional feelings because the team has now won seven of its eight regular season games and seems to be picking up the momentum that could lead it to some kind of division or league championship. Last year, Los Angeles beat Baltimore in the final season game to knock the Colts out of the division title race. Last week Baltimore beat Los Angeles, and a great deal of the credit went to the offensive line which blocked brilliantly, and to Sam Ball In particular who contained L.A.'s vaunted defensive end, Deacon Jones. "You feel good some days," Ball allowed, "cause most of the time all you get Is a pat on the shoulder and someone saying 'way to go." Photo By Bob (5-By 5) Day this Friday after a week's absence due to the State Championship Race at Tampa. The modified will run a 50-lag feature race, with an added attraction of a destruction derby. (C) 1568 New YortTtmea New. Service NEW YORK "One of the very few things an offensive lineman gets out of this game," said Bob Vogel, the Baltimore Colts' left tackle, "is satisfaction from doing his job well. A lot of that satisfaction comes when you break out of the huddle and line up and see that look of uncertainty In the defenseman's eyes. "Line play Is really a physical match. If enough people win their individual battles you'll win your game. And when you see that look the thing starts to build Inside you you can do it, you can pop this man good and the urge swells up. It's all too difficult to-be called fun, but when it's right you get a very warm feeling." Vogel is in his sixth year of professional football, and this season has been the first since his years at Ohio State in which the very warm feeling has filled his S-toot-five-inch 250-pound body. The reason has been basically technical. For five seasons, Vogel has played on an offensive line charged with the responsibility of giving John Unltas, perhaps the game's greatest passing quarterback, time to drop back Into the pocket and throw the ball. This mean taking a backward step or two and absorbing the rush of the charging defensive line. It was painful, and somewhat passive, and very negative. The linemen received recognition only If John got dumped. "This year," said Vogel today after the Colts beat the Giants, 26-0, at Yankee Stadium,'"I've been given a new lease on life." Unltas' arm went bad this year, and the Colts' starting quarterback became Earl Morrall, a 34-year-old journeyman who had enjoyed only three seasons as a fullfledged regular among his 13 In the league. Changes were made to accommodate Morrall, most importantly for Vogel and friends the offense became more run than pass. "We feel a lot more comfortable now," said Sam Ball, the 240-pounder from Kentucky who plays right tackle. "When the defense knows that you're going to protect against the pass rush all the time, things get turned around. You become the defense and the defenseman makes the first move. Well, we go aggressive now, we can step forward, or step back, or do both. We have a lot more plays, we can really play football." According to Vogel, plans to emphasize the running game were laid before the coaching staff knew that Unitas would be lost for awhile, but the line still had to "sell the boss, the quarterback" that It could do the job. The line was In a selling mood after what Ball calls "degrading, slander and humlliatlon"last season when the quarterback's good days were his own and bad days were the fault of the men up front. "This business of recognition and anonymity goes two ways," said Glen Ressler, the 2"i0-pound left guard. "Recognition really counts only among your teammates. If you're getting a lot of publicity for the wrong reasons, you're going to hear a lot of remarks. Guys will start picking apart everything you do." Vogel, at 26 the old pro on the starting line, agreed. "But it's nice to be recognized for the job we're doing, and now maybe people are looking back all these years and figuring we had some good days before this one." But the problems of offensive linemen are not exactly problems shared. Their names rarely appear In the newspaper, their faces hardly ever appear In endorsements, and only the most sophisticated play-by-play television announcers mention their numbers except when they blow an assignment and leave open a freeway to t he quarterback. MODIFIEDS RETURN Larry Rogero (No. 17) and Buddy Griffin duel through a turn at the Palm Beach Fairgrounds Speedway in their modified division racing stock cars. The modified division returns to Palm Beach Speedway USC Faces Revived Seacrest Bus Trip Promotes To Vero The winner will clinch at least a tie for the Suncoast Conference Eastern Division title. Cal Purdue is a 13-point pick over Minnesota in a nationally televised game, seventh-ranked Michigan is a 21-polnt favorite over Illinois, eighth-ranked Missouri is a 22-point choice over Iowa Stute and ninth-ranked Texas is a 19-point pick over Baylor. In other top games, Michigan State is favored by six over Indiana, Army by 14 over Boston College, North Carolina State by seven over Duke, Georgia Tech by 12 over Navy, Alabama by six over LSU, Arkansas by 18 over Rice, Oregon State by 12 over UCLA and Nebraska by 18 over Kansas State. As a result, the Bears currently find themselves in the thick of the pacific Eight rac with Southern California and Oregon State. None of the three have lost a game in conference play, and this Saturday the Bears get a chance to reduci their competition to only thi Beavers as they take on the top ranked Trojans at Los Angeles. Southern California isn't the only member of the top 10 in for a hard time Saturday. Third-ranked Kansas, fourth-ranked penn State, fifth-ranked DELRAY BEACH Seacrest High officials, hoping for a word crowd to travel to the Seacrest-Vero Beach football game Nov. 15 at Vero, have organized a group to promote bus transportation to the game. Anyone interested in a package deal that includes round trip bus fare, box lunch and reserved seat at the game should contact Athletic Director Norm Price at the school. Both squads are unbeaten through seven games and ranked among the state's top ten high school teams. Vero Beach is rated No. 7, Seacrest No. 8. North Shore Wins Mike McPherson passed 20 yards to Gary Spencer for a touchdown to give North Shore a 7-0 win over Palm Beach Gardens In a jayvee football contest 'Vednesday. It was the final jayvee game of the season for North Shore, whose record Is four wins, two losses and a tie. Kennedy, Carver Top AC Statistics U0 3323 SOUTH DIXIE WEST PALM BEACH - FREE PARKING - 5214 BROADWAY WEST PALM BEACH Prior to the start of the idea of going to the Rose Bowl was as foreign to coach Rav Willsev of California as the existence of a football team on campus was to the students at berkeley. lhe (jolden bears were expected to be good, but to make it to Pasadena on Jan. 1 they had to win the Pacific Kight title. That included beating out Southern California, UCl.U and Oregon State, all considered among the strongest teams in the country in preseason ratings. But things have worked out far better than expected for the Golden Bears. Even though hippie events have occasionally drawn more spectators than the football team, only a loss to Army and a tie with Washing- ton have marred Cal's slate in seven games. Rene Canii ipe Wins Tennis PALM BEACH GARDENS Rene Canlpe survived two tough! matches to win the women's ten- nls touniament sponsored by the Family Branch of the YMCA at me uaKe ran? courts Wednesday. In her semi-final she defeated Pat Atwater 6-0, 7-5, and, in the final she downed Adele Gold 6-2, 7-5. Mrs. Gold won her semifinal by 6-2, 8-3 over Dorothy Jones. These matches were In the Class A Division. In Class B semifinals, Julie Mercer defeated Shirley Miller 8-4, using the pro type scoring, and Jane Smith downed Becky Behrens 8-2. In the final of this division, the standard scoring. was used with Smith defeating Mercer 6-3, 6-4. The doubles competition was won by Jean Allen and Mary Burdick who defeated Julie Mercer and Alma Bettis, 6-3, 6-3. Score Board NBA Roundup By The Asmiclati'd I'iths NB Katrrn HtvtHitMl Him Lnnl I'll. Behind SIX DAY SALE! NOV. rrirnimo f nnniuu lz Tennessee and lOth-r a n k e d Georgia all are pitted against strong rivals. Kansas, which leads the nation in scoring, is only seven-point choice over Big Eight foe Oklahoma; Penn State is just a six-point choice over Miami (Fla.); Tennessee is only a three-point pick ovei Auburn and Georgia is just seven-point choice over Florida The remainder of the top 10 should have things pretty much its own way. Second-rankei Ohio State Is a 20-point choice over Wisconsin, sixth-ranked is second with an average of 286.3. Carver's Eagles pace the defensive categories with 94.1 yards per contest (44.1 rushing, 50.0 passing). Kennedy is second at 131.3. TEAM OFFKNSE Ituih Pass Total Kennedy 173.0 1.12.5 311.5 Carver 129 3 157.0 2H6.3 Roosevell 159.7 79.0 2.18.7 (iiriord 79.4 57.6 137.0 Lincoln Park 82.3 52.8 1.15.2 TEAM DEFENSE Uuih Pass Total Carver 44.1 50.0 94.1 Kennedy 1.S 69.5 131.3 Knoscvelt 1110.6 37.1 1.37.7 (llllord UH.3 132.7 251.0 Lincoln Park 170.3 136.0 3U6.3 IND.HlSHIMi All. Yds. An Brown. Roos 104 734 7.1 A. Clark. J1K 116 670 5.8 Dobson, Carver 48 418 8.7 (Jrover. Carver 37 409 11.1 BurrouKhs. Roos 57 305 5.4 Branch. LPA 53 260 4.9 Barber. GIHord 71 206 IND. PASSINO Atl. Comp Yd Gain Penn. Carver . Toombs, J KK . James, Ro'S . Martin. Hoos . .102 59 1,023 10.0 , 103 41 795 ..42 18 309 7.7 7.4 .59 20 238 4.0 4.3 4.0 Kenn. LPA 49 20 211 281 119 Klne. Ciifforrl 70 21 Smith, (ildonl 37 11 3.2 INI) RECEIVING No. Yd. Av. Wilson. Carver 27 435 Coleman, .IKK 20 408 Slkes. LPA 15 193 Plummer, Carver ...14 321 Dobson, Carver 13 246 Wallace, Roos 10 147 Barber, (iifforcl 10 68 Smith, (llftord 9 181 Rvthwood, Roos 8 183 Alkens. Roos 8 114 16.1 20.4 12.9 22.9 18.9 14.7 6.8 20.1 22.9 14.3 Racing jj TENTH -B.C. A TlnwS4:M 5 Triple Rockel 5.40 4.20 3.80 3 Madam Phaedra 10.00 6.00 2 Knockrour Rullah 7.20 IJuiniela 1 3-3 i 330.60 Perlecta (5-3) 346.40 ELEVENTH - B.C., C Time 34:35 3 Arkle 9:60 5:00 3:40 9:00 6:00 6 Palm Lounge 2 El Torres (Juinlclal 3-6 1(50.20 TH EI.FT1I - B.C. 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"Paul Richards told me he had not made any such deal," said Don Davidson, travel secretary for the Braves. "Richards is in Arizona, but from what he said I don't think he'd trade Alou in any kind of deal." Reports that Toree Is on the trading block have been current for months. Dog dCMuniim o f ununn .f OLD THOMPSON-BLEND . . 3" at ii. QT. 5th 5th 5th QT. QT. ill fEXTRAl I m mm i 1 QT. OLD STAGG 429 5th ECHO SPRING 3" 5th GLENMORE BBN-6 Yr 339 QT. CHARTER OAK 439 5th OLD CHARTER-7 Yr. . , . , . 4" 5th CORONET BRANDY 3" O.F.C. CANADIAH-6 Yr. SCHENLEY XL-IO Yr LORD CALVERT P&T-1840 BLEND-86 GRANDE CANADIAN . 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