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E2 Palm Beach Post-Times, Sunday, Nov. 10, 1968 - .?' '" S ' AUTO RACING By Honk Froshaug Results Gophers Surprise Purdue rr , -'yZfc J m UJ ..... 9s 1 Speedway Races Crowds Growing PROMOTERS RON HALL AND BILL DODDS seem to have come up with the right combination of time, place and type of show that racing fans want to see ... if you can Judge by the growing attendance at the Friday night races on the Palm Beach Fairgrounds Speedway. Attendance has grown from about 1,200 at the first show to 2,700 for last Friday's program. And they certainly got a shot in the arm last Sunday, when Gary Balough of Hialeah, one of the Palm Beach Speedway regulars, won the state modified championship at Tampa's Golden Gate Speedway. It never hurts the gate to have another champion around. Balough returned to Palm Beach Friday and proved that his Tampa victory was no fluke. He's got one of the hottest modified around ... as he set a new track record of 19.42 seconds for a lap with a time of 92.708 miles per hour. The former Speedway one-lap record was 19.50, set bv Red Farmer, now on the NASCAR Grand National circuit, and tied by Bobby Brack and Vance Murry, two regular contenders this season. Balough banged up his Chevelle In a heat race Fridav and was able to run only one lap in the 50-lap feature, which went to track champ Bobby Brack. SHADES OF THE ALLISON BROTHERS (Donnie and Bob by). . . Now you've got to have a first name with Brack . . . Bobby's younger brother, Dickey, roared up to take third spot in Friday's 50-lapper. Never to be discounted In the modified field is Miami's Larry Rogero, who was a close second in Friday's feature. Chuck Wooten and Paul Connors of West Palm Beach plan to have new modifieds ready for next Friday's races. JIMMY CROWE, the West Palm Beach leadfoot, has won two of the three stocker division feature races and only an accident took him out of action In the third. Among the drivers expected to furnish Crowe with Friday competition are Red Begtrup, Dale Creech, Buddy Pearce, Robbie McCoy and Ray Hansler. ' f t t W1 sv VAfi AIRBORNE BOILERMAKER PERRY WILLIAMS (47) . . . Leaps Over Teammate In Game With Minnesota I Score I Board jJDogJRac Biscayne Dog Track Dogs Run Stakes USC Trojans Rack Up Cal ABA Roundup Extent Dlvlsloa Won Lost Pet Behind Minnesota 4 1 .tin Kentucky i 3 .625 U New York 3 3 .500 IK Miami 3 3 .500 1W Indiana 1 7 .123 iV, Western Division Oakland 7 1 .875 New Orleans 4 3 . 571 2 Houston 2 2 . 500 3 Los Angeles 2 2 . 500 3 Denver 2 4 .333 4 Dallas 0 4 .000 5 Friday's Results No games scheduled Saturday's (idmcN Houston at Dallas Indiana at Los Angeles New York at Kentucky Only games scheduled Sunday's Games Oakland at Miami New York at Minnesota Only games scheduled Monday's Game Oakland at New Orleans Only game scheduled I Football EAST Harvard 9, Princeton 7 Army 58, Boston Coll. 25 Dartmouth 31, Columbia 19 Yale 30, Penn 13 Rutgers 27, Conn. 15 Holy Cross 47, Mass. 13 Vtllanova 27, Quantico 13 Rochester 42, C.G. 14 Wesleyan 26, Williams 24 Carnegie 28, Adelbert 9 Boston U. 20, R. Island 3 Bridgewater 14, Geneva 12 Indiana St. 35, C.W. Post 13 Clarion 23, Slipper Rock 17 Syracuse 31, Wm & Mary 0 Cornell 31, Brown 0 Int. 40, S. Conn St. 22 Amherst 31, Trinity 3 Union 21, Alfred 7 Elizabehl0,Del.St.3 F.Marshall 31, Haverford 0 Tufts 7, Bowdoin 6 Post Scripts MILWAUKEE, Wis. (AP) The Milwaukee Bucks of the National Basketball Association said Friday rookie Charlie Pau lik will remain in Milwaukee Lutheran Hospital for concen trated physical therapy until next Tuesday but should be able to resume practice the following day. Physicians removed the cast from his left ankle on which the deltoid ligament was torn In a game with Detroit. Thereapy was prescribed to relieve the pain. A spokesman for the Bucks said It was hoped that Paulik, a forward-center and the club's No. 1 draft choice, would be able to make an eastern swing for games In Baltimore and Philadelphia next week. MINNEAPOLIS - St. Paul (AP) Minnesota Vikings of fenslve guard Larry Bowie was reported In good shape Friday after a Blood clot was removed from the base of his brain at a St. Paul Hospital, General Manager Jim Finks announced. Finks said the doctors had told him they foresee no after effects of the operation. Bowie, a veteran of seven National Football League seasons, Is resting comfortably, Finks said. The 29-year-old starting right guard was hospitalized Thursday after complaining of headaches since the Vikings defeated the Washington Redskins 27-14 last Sunday. Bowie, who played his collegl ate football at Purdue, was a sixth round draft choice in 1962. PHOENIX, Ariz. (AP) Rodney Knowles, formerly of Davidson College, was placed on waivers Saturday by the Phoenix Suns of the National Basketball Association. Knowles, 6-foot-9 and 230-pounds, had played 40 minutes for the Suns in eight games, scoring nine points and grabbing nine rebounds. Shannon's Bat Lifts Cardinals TOKYO (AP) Mike Shan non slammed five hits, Including two home runs, in leading the St Louis Cardinals to a 13-10 victo iy over Japan's baseball All Stars Saturday. Held scoreless in two previous games by the All-Slars, the Na tional League champions broke out with 19 hits including four homers. The other home runs were hit by Orlando Cepeda and John Edwards. The All-Stars belted three homers and got nine other hits off ace Bob Gibson and reliever JocHoerner. Gibson, celebrating his 33rd birthday, was the winning pitch or although Shinichi Eto reached him for a three-run homer In the First Inning. But Gibson tightened up after that and blanked the Stat s In his nexl four innings. He was touched for four hits and fanned seven. The Cards scored four t uns in the third inning, three In the fourth and two in the fifth to give Gibson a 9-3 lead. The Cardinals now have an 8-3 record on their 18-game tour of Japan. Texas Comes Back WACO, Tex. (AP) - Steve Worster and Chris Gilbert scored three touchdowns each as tenth-ranked Texas overcame a hatful of first-half errors Saturday to defeat Baylor 47-26 and keep alive hope of a Southwest Conference title. Colgate 38, Bucknell34 Vermont 45, Mlddlebury 18 C.ConnSt.33,AdlephiO Norwich 35, Worcester 12 Urslnus 47, Dickinson 14 Temple 30, Gettysburg 11 Hobart21,RPI7 Malne42,Hofstra7 N.Hamp. 17,S'Fleldl0 Wagner 16, Susquehanna 6 Allegheny 35, Thlel 32 Waynesburg 69, L. Haven 0 Juniata 35, St. Lawr. 7 J. Hopkins 34, Swarthmore 15 N'eastern20,Cort. St. 17 Kutztown 13, Mansfield 6 Waynesburg 69, L. Haven 0 Lafayette 7, Kings Pt. 0 SOUTH FS.U. 27, Miss. St. 14 Georgia 51, Florida 0 Clemson 16, Maryland 0 Alabama 16.LSU7 N.C.St. 17, Duke 15 S.Carolina 34, W.Forest 21 Vanderbilt 6, Kentucky 0 Va.Tech 31, Richmond 18 Navy 35, Ga. Tech 15 Miss. 33, Chattanooga 16 Delaware 34, W. Maryland 25 Kent St. 36, Marshall 12 Morgan St. 46, Hampton 14 R.Macon 75, Callaudet 6 W. Va. St. 15, Grove City 13 Mlllsaps 33, Georgetown 7 Glenvtlle 13, Concord 0 Centre 31, H.-Sydney 31 W. Ky. 43,Mid.Tenn.2 Virginia 41, N. Carolina 6 W. Va. 17, Citadel 0 VMI 21, Davidson 17 Tampa 28, E. Carolina 21 Morehouse 43, Knox. 12 Howard 7, Livingstone 2 Fairmont 14, W. Liberty 10 Tenn.A&I43, M. Brown 7 Prarie View 19, Allen 2 N.C.A&T9, Fla.A&M6 DeltaSt.27,Jack.St.7 Bridgewater 50, Towson St. 7 E.&H. 44, Guilford 13 Va. St. 21, Norfolk St. 17 W.Salem 18, St. Paul's 15 Appalachian 42, Presby. 6 N.C. Coll. 34, Smith 6 E.Tenn 16,Morehead 13 MIDWEST Michigan 36, Illinois 0 Clncy 37, Louisville 7 Minn. 27, Purdue 13 Notre Dame 56, Pitt. 7 Indiana 24, Mich. St. 22 Miami (0) 14, Dayton 0 Ohio St. 43, Wise. 8 Oklahoma 27, Kansas 23 Ohio U.28, B. Green 27 Missouri 42, Iowa St. 7 Iowa 68, Northwestern 34 Kansas St. 12, Nebraska 0 Milwaukee 22, Bradley 21 N.D.St.63,Mankato8 Sewanee35,Wash.28 Butler 26, Wabash 8 Kent St. 36, Marshall 12 Doane62,Graceland7 Xavler 20, Toledo 10 Neb.-Omaha 32, Ft. Hayes 14 Buffalo 20, N. Illinois 7 Chadron 44, S.Minn. 7 Monmouth 28, Lawrence 7 Augustana 47, N. Cent. 14 N.Park 27, Carthage 26 Chi. 35, Procopius 34 Wesleyan 21, Wheaton 0 Princlpla 41, Elmhurst 7 Cent.Meth.28,Wesl.24 Westmar23, Artburgl4 Mich. Tech 7, Northland 0 Valparaiso 24, E'ville7 Earlham 27, Rose Poly 12 Albion 27, Taylor 14 E. 111. 60, Wayne St. 19 Ashland 54, Hope 13 Wm. Penn 34, C. Stockton 28 St. Olaf 14, Ripon 10 Coe34,Grinnel28 Ferris St. 29, 111. St. 28 Hillsdale 38, Northwood 3 Northern 17, Kalamazoo 0 Eurkea7,Ill. Coll. 7 St. Norbert42,St.CloudO Stout St. 8, River Falls 0 Capital 24, Wooster 20 Wittenberg 48, Denlson 6 Muskingum 31, Heidelberg 0 Otterbeln 30, Hiram 27 Kenyon 17, Hamilton 12 Marietta 13, Wesleyan 6 Mt. Union 43, Wilmington 0 0. Wesl.64,OberllnO Olivet 32, Bluffton 30 Defiance 52, Anderson 12 SOUTHWEST Texas 47, Baylor 26 Texas Tech 31.TCU14 Arkansas 46, Rice 21 Okla. St. 34, Colorado 17 SMU36,TexasA&M23 W.Texas St. 53, W.Mich. 36 Texas A & 120, H. Payne 14 Alcom 40, Miss. Valley 0 Grambllng 46, Ark. A & M 20 Texas Southern 14, Jackson 0 A. Peay 56, Murray St. 35 WEST S.Calif. 35, Calif. 17 Ore. 27, Wash. St. 13 Arizona 14, Air Force 10 Stanford 35, Wash. 20 Ore. St. 45, UCLA 21 Utah St. 34, B. Young 7 Former Brown Star Hall Dies, 92 FAIRFIELD, Conn. (AP) Dwight Hubbell Hall, star football fullback at Brown University In the 1890s, died at his home Friday at the age of 92. Hall, graduated from Brown In 1899, was a retired vice president of Bridgeport Hydraulic Co., for which he had worked since 1901. MIAMI Biscayne Dog Track begins Its second full week of racing and will present the first stakes trials of the $18,200-added Marathon Invitational. The first round elimination heats for the 2,585-feet Marathon Invitational are scheduled for Friday night's program. Sixteen nominees will start in the two eliminations. Second round eliminations follow on Saturday's program and the remaining 16 greyhounds will vie for a berth In the Marathon semifinals, set for the following week. The first four finishers In each of the eliminations this week graduate to the semifinal competition which will produce the final eight starters for the Championship on Nov. 30. Biscayne -escnted the first Marathon Invitational last season and the event was hailed by kennelmen and fans alike as one of the finest greyhound stakes events ever introduced in South Florida. As one Biscayne regular noted: "The fans enjoy and appreciate a greyhound who can become a champion racing the classic Marathon distance." Post time throughout the new Biscayne season will be at 8 p.m. Each new card will see 12 events highlighted by the first MINNEAPOLIS (AP) Burly fullback Jim Carter hammered In for three first period touchdowns as Minnesota knocked sixth-ranked Purdue reeling 27-13 Saturday In a stunning Big Ten football upset. Carter, who gained 100 yards rushing, fambled 49 yards for the opening touchdown early In the period and then added two more scores on short yardage plunges, Igniting the Gophers to a 27-0 halftime lead. Purdue, a two-touchdown favorite which had been averaging 33 points per game, never recovered from the first half onslaught. The Boilermakers, suffering their second loss of the season, prevented an all-out Minnesota rout in the second half on Perry Williams two-yard touchdown plunge and Mike Phipps' three-yard scoring pass to Marion Griffin. The Gophers, capitalizing on two fumble recoveries and two Intercepted passes, churned 307 yards rushing In the game played before a crowd of 49,780 and a national television audience in 33-degree weather. When the Gophers had to pass, quarterback Ray Stephens connected on key downs and wound up with four completions in just six attempts in the game. Stephens swept left end for three yards for Minnesota's fourth touchdown. Purdue 0 0 7 6-13 Minnesota 21 6 0 0-27 Minn Carter 49 run (Nygren kick) Minn Carter 1 run (Nyren kick) Minn Carter 2 run (Nvgren kick) Minn Stephens 3 run (kick failed) Pur Williams 2 run (Jones kick) Pur Grlftln 3 pass from Phipps (kick tailed) A-49,480. Michigan Mashes Illinois ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) Ron Johnson bulled his way for two touchdowns In the first half and quarterback Dennis Brown fired two touchdown passes as the Michigan Wolvertnes rolled over wlnless Illinois 36-0 Saturday. The victory gives the Wolverines a 5-0 Big Ten record and moves them within one game of a season finale against Ohio State with the winner likely to go to the Rose Bowl. Brown took to the air often and Michigan had little trouble moving against the Illlnl defense. He threw a sparkling 69-yard touchdown pass to end Billy Harris late In the first half to bring the crowd of 56,775 to its feet. He also tossed a 14-yarder to sophomore flanker Paul Staroba for another score in the third quarter. Johnson's two touchdowns came In the first half on four and two yard runs. Ha went Into the game with 10 touchdowns. The Illinois scoring threat came early In the fourth quarter when quarterback Bob Naponlc guided the Illlnl to the Michigan 14 before safety Tom Curtis Intercepted for the Wolverines on the three. It was his eighth Big Ten Interception of the season and broke the record of seven which he tied last year. Tim Killian kicked a 26-yard field goal In the third quarter five plays after George Hoey recovered an Illlnl fumble at the Illinois 20. Staroba's touchdown came three plays after sophomore guard Dan Dlerdorf recovered an Illinois fumble on the Illinois 21. Illinois 0 0 0 00 Michigan 6 14 9 736 Mien Johnson 4 run (kick failed) Mich Johnson 2 run (run failed) Mich Harris 31 pass from Brown I Brown run) Mich Staroba 14 pass from Brown (pass failed) Mich KG Killian 26 Mich Hankwll; 6 pass from Moore-head (Killian kick) A 56.775. Virginia Grinds Up Tar Heels CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (AP) -Virginia, sparked by the quar-terbacklng of Gene Arnette and taking advantage of North Carolina mistakes, smothered the Tar Heels 41-6 on a cold, rain-spattered field Saturday In one of football's oldest rivalries. Arnette passed for one touchdown, ran for another and helped set up a third as Virginia won its fifth straleht vic tory in the 73rd meeting of the two Atlantic Coast Conference schools. FROM pm : -4 Coliseum. USC Increased Its record to 7-0 and the Golden Bears' Rose Bowl hopes were blunted with a conference record now of 1-1-1. California, with Its finest team In a decade, made It close for a half, leaving the field at Intermission trailing 14-3. But Southern Cal unloaded three touchdowns in the third quarter and Coach John McKay took his main stars of offense out of the game. Sogge, a senior, threw scoring strikes to Bob Klein for four yards, to Sam Dlckerson for 28 and Bobb Chand er, a sophomore playing his first full varsity game, for 10. The fabulous Simpson shot up the middle for 39 yards for his first touchdown In the third quarter scoring downpour, and circled end for seven yards before the period ended. Simpson gained 164 yards In 31 carries against a California team which was ranked ninth nationally in rushing defense. Sogge completed 10 of 16 passes for 147 yards, with one Interception, and his three scores. California's Ron Miller kicked a 28-yard field goal In the second quarter and Randy Humphries threw touchdown passes In the waning minutes of the contest, six yards to Paul Williams and 15 to 6-foot-7 Wayne Stewart. Calif use First downs 13 23 Rushing yardage ......... 104 279 Passing yardage 168 151 Return yardage 14 11 Passes 11 28 1 11 21 1 Punts 8-40 6-.T8 Fumbles lost 2 0 Yards penalized i 50 California 0 3 0 1417 Southern California 0 14 21 015 USC Klein 4 pass trom Sogge (Ayala KICK ' CAL FG Miller 28 USC Dlckerson 28 pass from Sogge (Ayaia kick) USC Chandler 10 pass from Soggt (Avala klckl USC-Slmpson 39 run (Ayala klckl USC Simpson 7 run (Avala kick) Cal Williams 6 pass from Humphries (Miller kick) Cal Stewart 15 pass from Humphries (Muter kick t LOS ANGELES (AP) Southern California's Steve Sogge threw three touchdown passes, O. J. Simpson ran for two and, aided by a rib-cracking defense, the Trojans thundred Saturday past California 35-17 In an important Paclflc-8 Conference game with Rose Bowl bearing. The unbeaten, top-ranked Trojans, coming through with their finest game of the season before 80,871, the largest football crowd of the year in Memorial Kennedy Tops Ely RIVIERA BEACH Quarterback Tommy Toombs tossed a 13-yard touchdown pass to end Bernard Coleman with 32 seconds left in the game to give undefeated Riviera Beach Kennedy High a 13-12 win over previously unbeaten Pompano Beach Blanch Ely. The victory for the Vikings clinched a state class A playoff berth. Rowing Figure Carlin Dies PHILADELPHIA (AP) John J. Carlin, former president of the National Association of Amateur Oarsmen, died at his home Friday after a lengthy illness. He was 72. The dean of American rowing for more than 25 years, Carlin helped Mexico set up its Olympic rowing course last year as chairman of the U.S. Olympic Rowing Committee. Rookie Out CLEVELAND (AP) The Cleveland Browns placed defensive end Bill Glass on the Inactive list Friday and continued flanker Gary Collins on the same list for four more weeks. and second race daily double wagering and the Big Q betting on the final two heats of the night. Last season's Biscayne high Big Q returned over $5i0O0 for $2. Results FIRST - B.C., B Tlme34:J3 t Part Irish S 40 ,UU .1 -In i Bob's Kav .1.40 3 iki I Klckv's Jaguar 5.IH) (fuinlcla (V-2) SIl.tKI SM OND B.C.. B Time 34:71 h .lifter 28.4(1 7. IKI S No Krv i.m Ml I Arkle Ituinlela 1 6 8 1 Mi Ml Perfecla 1 6 8 1 J76 SO DAILY 1)01 BI.K ibUlSTH IHI THIKD-B.C, O Time 34:57 I Suhstanre 9.00 .1.41) iMi 7 Honm Tree 3.4(1 2.20 .' liiican 2.S0 Qiiinit-la (3-7) 113 Ml Perlecla (3-71 IM. KOI Hill M.C., 1) Time M:3 t KIM Jane 6 X0 4.20 .11 i (ioladle 4.011 3.20 i l.adv Chess 4.60 il.ilHll.. IX ' i t44 MI D ..,.... .. DiLtiiM HKTH - B.C., b" Tlme34: 3 Grand Man Blue .17.80 6.40 4.00 I J.K 's Roval Ann 4.60 2 60 7 Yukle 6.4(1 Quinlela f 3-1 ) t2l.H0 Perlecla 1 1 J ) SX3.W SIXTH-M.C..C Time 30:24 H Theorized 17.40 7.6(1 5.40 1 Mon Petit 4.40 3 60 2 S P 's Hobo Bill 4.60 (Julnlcla I H I I U3 00 Perlecla (l -H) SH3.60 Prague Slill Hopes PRAGUE (AP) - Dr. Emanuel Bosak, chairman of the Czechoslovak Union of Physical Culture, said today that "Prague Is not giving up the Idea of organizing the Olympic Summer Games In 1980." January thru April .Zip. FANS Sim . PlAV NBA Roundup Eastern Division Won Lost Pet. Behind Cincinnati 7 2 .778 14 Baltimore 9 3 .750 Boston 6 3 .667 ltt Detroit 6 4 .600 2 Philadelphia 3 4 .428 3K New York 5 9 .357 5 Milwaukee 2 7 . 222 i Western Division Los Angeles 8 4 .667 San Diego 5 4 . 556 1 San Francisco ... 5 6 . 455 2 Atlanta 5 6 .455 2 Phoenix 4 5 .444 2 Chicago 5 8 .3S5 3 Seattle 4 9 . 308 4 Friday's Results Seattle 114, Boston 112 Atlanta 114, San Dtego 101 Detroit 122, San Kranclsco 118, overtime Los Angeles 102. New York 100 Only games scheduled Saturday s Games San Diego at Baltimore Boston at Milwaukee Seattle at Philadelphia Cincinnati at Chicago San Francisco at Atlanta Only games scheduled Sunday's Games New York at Los Angeles Detroit at Phoenix Only games scheduled Monday's Games Seattle at Philadelphia San Diego at Boston Only games scheduled NHL Roundup Eastern Division W L T Pts. GF GA Montreal 8 2 1 37 22 40 28 41 27 50 41 New York 8 4 0 Boston 8 4 0 ChlcaRO 6 5 0 Detroit 5 4 1 Toronto 5 3 1 Western Division St. Louts 6 i 1 Los Angeles 4 5 1 Oakland 3 7 2 Philadelphia 3 7 2 Minnesota 3 8 1 Pittsburgh 2 7 2 Friday's Results New York 3. Oakland 2 Onlv game scheduled Saturday's Game St. Louis at Montreal Toronto at Los Angeles Detroit at Minnesota Philadelphia at Pittsburgh Onl games scheduled Sunday's Game Montreal at Detroit Toronto at Oakland New York at Chicago St. t.outsal Boston Onl u.tmcs scheduled Mondav'sGamcw NoB;imcs scheduled 39 33 21 21 42 28 22 35 27 40 22 42 26 26 26 40 Razorbacks Boil Rice's Owls FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (AP) Roommates BUI Montgomery and Chuck Dlcus drove Rice batty as the Arkansas Razorbacks prepared for their South west Conference stretch drive with a 46-21 victory over the Owls Saturday. Montgomery, who completed 15 of 23 passes for 266 yards before retiring early In the fourth period, hooked up with Dlcus on scoring passes of 58 and 67 yards as Arkansas spurted to a 27-0 half time lead. Rice 0 7 7 7-21 Arkansas 14 13 13-46 Ark Montgomery 1 run (White kick) Ark Dlcus 58 pass from Montgomery (White kick) Ark Dlcus 67 pass from Montgomery (White klckl Rice Hughes 1 run (T. Davis kick) Ark Peacock 4 pass from Dickey ( kick blocked) Ark Hockersmlth 1 run (run tailed) Rice L. Davis t pass trom Thomas (T. Davis kirk) Ark Dickey 1 run (White klckl Rice Hughes 27 pass trom Alexander IT. Davis kick) Ark-Elchler 12 run (kick wide) Wheelchair Olympics TEL AVIV, Israel (AP) -Leonard Chrysler of Comptche, Calif, won the gold medal In the 50-meter backstroke and freestyle, Class 3 complete, In swimming at the Wheelchair Olympics Friday. PRE-SEAS0II OFFER A Book of 16 Tickets SAVES you MONEY ...Good Any Game... 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