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Ed Plaisted COOOOOOOOOOWOOOO Palm Beach Post-Times, Sunday, Nov. 10. 1968 E3 Badgers Bow To Buckeyes In 2nd Half What's Wrong fFifi Brown? Executive Sports Editor ( Indiana U Slips By Spartans EAST LANSING, Mich. (AP) Indiana scored a touchdown with 52 seconds left and edged Michigan State 24-22 Saturday. The victory kept Hoosier Big Ten title hopes alive. A Steve Brown pass to Eric Stolberg, who made a spectacular catch on the one-yard line, set up Indiana's winning touchdown. The pass covered 33 .yards. Michigan State fumbled six times and lost the ball four times, while Indiana had seven fumbles and four ball losses. Indiana is 4-1 in the conference and cannot yet be counted out of the title run and the Rose Bowl bid. Michigan State, 1-4 in conference play, now can only hope to play the role of a spoiler. Indiana jumped to a 10-0 lead in the first quarter on a 27-yard field goal by Don Warner and a touchdown from the one by Bob Perneli, set up by a Spartan fumble on their own 28. Michigan State struck back with a 75-yard touchdown drive, Don Highsmith going over the last two yards for the touchdown. Charlie Wedemeyer then ran in the ball for two points. Both teams scored in the third LEONARD JARDINE TOOK THE JOB that no one wanted. But the head football coach of Brown University says he isn't sorry and he talks with optimism about building a winning tradition at the small Ivy League school. This is Jardine's second year at Brown and a glance at the Bears' record to date doesn't look like there has been any improvement. Last year Brown won two, lost six and tied one. This autumn the Bears are 2-4 before Saturday's Cornell game and this includes a 50-7 loss to Princeton on Nov. 2. Brown has a losing tradition. The only winning record in the past decade was 5-4-0 in 1964. The only undefeated team in the school's football history which dates hack to 1K78 was the 1926 club known as "The Iron Men." Brown's big game of the year is Columbia. The winner of that one usually escapes the Ivy League Cellar. Last year the Bears edged the Lions, 14-7. But there is hope for the future if Jardine is still around. The Blown Freshmen couched by Bill Gourley, have won the first three games. The Baby Bears' whipped Dartmouth, 8-0, Yale, 29-0, and Holy Cross, 'It-'j. And two key players for the Frosh are former Cardinal Newman High stars Tom Moser of Palm Beach and Tony Allison of Satellite Beach. time they got the ball. Their next series ended when Macie-jowskl fired an eight-yard scoring pass to Larry Zelina. Wisconsin's defensive unit, on the field most of the day, stiffened and the visitors went into halftime leading 10-0. Any hopes for a major upset by the 40,972 watching the slaughter amid snow flurries vanished rapidly at the start of the third period. Maciejowski's 13-yard keeper started the Buckeyes goalward again. The sophomore quarterback also picked his way through the Badger secondary for 10 and 21 yards before breaking over center for a five-yard TD. Ohio State got another six points minutes later when fullback Jim Otis plunged across from the two to cap a 51-yard Tiarch. ; The Buckeyes pushed the score to 30-0 later in the period with Otis again going over from the two. Wisconsin, whose vvlnless streak stretched to 18, finally scored at the start ot the final quarter. The 68-yard drive, highlighted by a 31-yard aerial from John Ftyan to Tom Mc-Cauley, was culminated when Ryan sneaked in from the one. Maclejowski completed the scoring with touchdown scampers of one and 10 yards. The Ohio State quarterback hit on 13 of 19 passes for 153 yards and carried 23 times for 124 yards. The entire Wisconsin team netted only XH yards on the ground and 99 through the air. Ohio statr l I) 2u I t i.t Wisconsin (I II it S H OSI'-Fli Human 2S OSU Zelina X pass from M.iclcinu ski (Roman kick' (iSl'-Maciet'Hvskl 1 run 'Roman kit k t OSf ()lis 2 run (Roman kick' (ISF ()ln 2 run 'kick l.uledi Wis Rvan 1 run tVnirJ pass limn Kvan' OSI'Macieiimski 1 run (kick lailcdi OSl' Maciejmvskl 1" lun 'Roman '(ick ' A 10.1)27. mi 7 -ats VJ vf ...... !; V' k h rf V " - -' d mi ii mi m t jk V. j . u . A mi w 1 JARDINE MOSER ( United Press International) bury (27) and Mike Palahath (47) in game at Jacksonville Saturday. Bulldogs won 51-0. Caylon Is MUDDY STOP Georsia's Buck Swindle (29) is stopped in a spray of mud by Florida defenders Skip Al- There is another local footballer on the Brown varsity but he isn't playing much. He is Tommy Caytqn of Palm Beach High, a placekicker. The other Ivy League players from the area are Coaches Agree: Georgia Great period, MSU on a 54-yard push and Indiana on a 75-yard drive. Bill Feraco, alternating at quarterback with Bill Triplett sneaked in from the one for the MSU score. Greg Brown made the Indiana touchdown from the three. Indiana Mil h. St. First downs Rushing yardage Passing yardage Return yardage Passes Punls Fumbles lost Yards penalized 18 21 144 195 31 13-28-2 5-21 4 39 178 90 17 7-12-3 635 4 15 Michigan Slate 8 7 1 Indiana 10 0 ' IU-FG Wamer 27 0-22 7-24 IU Pemell 1 run (Warner kirk) MSU Highsmith 2 run (Wedemeyer runt MSU Highsmith 1 run (Bovce klcki MSU Feraco 1 run (Boyce kickl IU Brown 3 run (Warner kick) IU Brown 1 run (Warner kickl A-4i5,841. Chisox List Bahamas Exhibition CHICAGO (AP) - The Chica go White Sox announced Saturday a 29-game spring exhibition baseball schedule, including a possible March 15-16 set with the Los Angeles Dodgers in the Bahamas. The schedule lists White Sox- Dodger games at Sarasota, Fla., March 14; Vero Beach, Fla.. March 15; and SarasotaMarch 16, but the Sox said there was a strong possibility the latter two games would be switched to the Bahamas. quarterback Bob Bayloss, also a placekicker, from West Palm Beach, and Dave Hantz, a Forest Hill Ilighgrad. Jardine, you may recall, was a two-way end for Purdue and captain of the Boilermakers. He also co-captained the Blues in the Blue-Gray game. He was an aide to Jack Mollenkopf when the Boilermakers defeated Southern California in the 1967 Rose Bowl. And with Mollenkopf's rumored retirement, Len keeps denying reports he is a candidate for the Big Ten job. "Oh, I don't say that someday I wouldn't like to coach at Purdue," he told me over the long distance phone from his office "hut I find this Brown job a great challenge. I don't think I would take the Purdue job if it was offered me today, but in the future . . . well, that's hard to say." Jardine's biggest accomplishment has been hiring a full-time football staff and recruiting. Last year he traveled more than 100,-000 miles selling Brown football and two of the prep stars he sold were Moser and Allison. Moser was the blue chip catch because Tom was sought by 40 schools including Notre Dame, according to his Newman High Coach Sam Budnyk. Moser Blue Chip Tackle "Moser," said Jardine, "is one of our outstanding young players. He's an offensive tackle on the Frosh and probably our best lineman. His experience as a high school fullback makes him fast and mobile. He has excellent moves." Moser Is a 6-foot-4, 235-pounder who runs the 40 in 5 flat. Allison, at 6-2, 218 pounds and a good hitter Is a second team defensive tackle. "Allison got a slow start with the Frehsman," Jardine explained. "He started the season with the flu. Hut we think a lot of him. He'll make the varsity as sophomore." The Brown coach Is quite impressed with Palm Beach County football. "The three boys we have gotten from there show signs of good coaching," he said. The 30-year old Jardine Is hopeful that Brown can beat Cornell and escape the Ivy League cellar. Both clubs were 0-4 going into ter Park averaged 34 yards in seven kicks. "Georgia has one of the finest football teams any of my Florida teams have ever faced." "They got us on the run early and simply were much loo good for us. The entire Georgia team played great football." "And their quarterback, Mike Cavan, picked us apart. He is one of the real outstanding young quarterbacks In the country. I haven't seen a sophomore any better," Graves said. For the day, Cavan hit on 10 of 22 passes for 160 yards and two touchdowns. "Our offensive backfleld situation, because of .injuries, is the worst it has been in an awfully long time, perhaps since I've been at Florida. We can't sustain an offense because we don't have the personnel to do so against defensive units like Georgia," Graves said. Over in the Georgia dressing room, the situation was much different than in the Florida quarters. "I don't see how we could play any better," Georgia coach Vince Dooley said with a big smile on his face. "This was easily our best game. I've never had a hotter team in the first half. "Mike Cavan played magnificently in the first half. He called a perfect game and Donny Hampton Is a terrific number two quarterback. I just can't say enough about all the players" Dooley added. "Considering the rain, 1 thought the receptions were just great. The boys made some excellent catches. The rain did not really alter our game plans. I think the team was just ready to play. The seemed to fire themselves up for the game. You don't have to give a pep talk 'o your team for the Florid, i game," Dooley said. timer MADISON, Wis. (AP) Second-ranked Ohio State, sluggish in the first half, used the passing and running of Ron Macie-jowski to crush Wisconsin's win-less Badgers 43-8 Saturday in a Big Ten Conference football game. The Buckeyes from Ohio State had to settle for a 28-yard field goal by Jim Roman the first Run Record: Army Rips Boston C. WEST POINT, N.Y. (AP) -In a wild, wooly scoring spree, Army trounced Boston College 58-25 Saturday with Cadet Charlie, Jarvis running for 253 yards to erase the Academy record of 230 set bv the Immortal Glenn Davis in 1945. Another Individual highlight of the game was a third period 79-yard punt return by Army's Lynn Moore for a touchdown. Boston College drew first blood with a 25-yard field goal by Bob Gallivan after 1:53. The invading Eagles again took the lead 10-3 In the second period on a 73-yard march with Dave Bennett diving over from the one. But from then on Army's offense had its own way. In one streak in the second and third periods, Army rolled up four touchdowns. The game was replete with long gainers. Jarvis in the third period ran 56 yards for a touchdown, and on other occasions he dashed 35 yards and for 33 on a fake punt. Boston Colleice 3 1(1 12 p Armv (I a 21 1 1-"X HC F(J Callivan 25 Amu F(; Jensen 26 ISC Henncll 1 run Klallivjn kirk' Armv Jarvis 2 run (Jensen kick' HI.' Kli Callivan .10 Armv Albanri 12 pass from Undell i kick failed i Armv Andri'zejtak 5 pass from Lit! dell i Jensen kk'ki Army larvis Hi run (Jensen kickl Armv Moon1 79 punt return (Jensen kicki liC Bennell H pass from Harris ipass failed i Armv Andivcjcak 12 run (Jensen kirk i BC Bennell 9 pass from Harris ipnss failed i Army Moore 11 run (Jensen kick' Armv Klevcc : run l Jensen kick' A .T2.IHIII. Chuvalo In ;Tuneup' Go TORONTO (AP) George Chuvalo has everything to lose and virtually nothing to gain Tuesday when he fights Italian heavyweight Dante Cane In a 10-round bout at the Maple Leaf Gardens. Chuvalo, the Canadian heavyweight champion, Is using the fight as a tune-up for a December date In New York against Buster Mathls. oly si. i:cii I COME IN, CALl 833-4481 OR PB Military Grid 60 minute dVjJ Saturday's game. RALLIS f, "v $ ' 1 Mm- 0l A Team On Invasion Trip To Freeport ByTODDOWERS Staff Writer Area football takes on an international air today when Palm, Beach Military Academy's cadets wing across the Atlantic this morning, for Freeport, Grand Bahama and a 2 p.m. encounter KONTOS Jardine Happy With Some The final score against Princeton notwithstanding, Jardine ALLISON Placekicker MURPHY at safety was particularly out that it is important to us at this to a modest degree our initial football play of the squad; to strong identity as a team; and to streaked 72 yards along the sidelines for the touchdown that ended the Bruins' chances. Ruth picked off another pass at his own 25 a few minutes later to stop a second Brown threat, while a defensive line headed by John Sponheimer, Tim Battagtla and Bob Pegan held the Bruins' running game In check all day. Robertson sneaked one foot for the fourth Cornell touchdown In the final period. Cornell 14 3 7 7-31 Brown 0 0 0 00 Cor Ritter 76 pass Irom Robertson (Davies kirk i Cor MacLeod 40 pass interception (Davies kirk I Cor F(J Davies 27 Cor Ruth 72 pass Interception (Davies kick i Cor Robertson 1 run (Davies kick! A 5.600. Red Raiders Win LUBBOCK, Tex. (AP) Texas Tech, flirting with the flu bug, stormed from behind when the chips were down Saturday to spill Texas Christian 31-14 and retain a share of the Southwest Conference football lead. still feels that certain his players had done an outstanding job against the Tigers. "Pat Foley standing," he said. He was making tackles all over the field. I also thought our other defensive backs, captain John Rallis, Greg Kuhn and Bill O'Donnell did a fine job, as die linebackers Tony Renzi and Dave Chenault. Offensively our best performers were center Gerry Murphy and split end Greg Kontos." "I realize that the biggest part of our job is still ahead of us," Tt msA iw.,,p WZM: lecondhand MXM t.s.ed to . fifhth Sotmoipherei 169' "- OlCa guaranteed L electronically feHjsjd time tested """" luminou. dial AX and hand, ZJA ihock resUtant I i A I 25 5$ eV;Bf 1 1 automatic calendar 27 It ' 'i J i ' - I it I ji- s''V! on,i"09nic 1 : lA Ultwl Lineup Revealed HOUSTON (UPI) - The University of Houston an nounced Thursday it will host .t San Francisco, Utah Slate and .' Portland In the annual Blue-bun- , net Bowl basketball tournament ' in the Astrodome Dec. 27-28. Houston, the top-ranked team in the nation last year, meets Portland In the first game nnenlncr nlyht and Sun Francis co plays Utah Slate in the second game. The winners meet Dec. 2H for the title and the losers play for third place. The tournament was moved to the Dome after having been held in Rice University and public school gymnasiums in previous years. no C O D 'i oullidt out rogular doliry I02IM068 ob Jardine told me. "Yet, I think stage that we've accomplished aims: to improve the overall develop an intense pride and a By RONNIE JOYCE JACKSONVILLE (AFN) -"From our standpoint, there is nothing to cheer about," so said a dejected Ray Graves after his Florida football squad had just suffered its worst defeat in his coaching career. Graves, in his ninth year as head coach at Florida, looked like a man about ready to go the gas chamber and the governor's reprieve the only thing that could save him. "There just isn't anything to be elated about. The only thing I can say is that Paul Maliska played very well," Graves said. Maliska, who hasn't punted a ball since his high school days, was called on to do the Gator punting and the junior from Win- Gra-Y Grid Roundup Forest Hill and Barton Elementary dueled to a 0-0 tie Sat urday morning in Gra-Y Nation al League football play at the Meadow Park field. Lantana defeated Berkshire 19-7 on halfback Steve Floor's two touchdown passes and a TD run good for 20 yards. Wayne Crampton returned a kickoff 65 yards for the losers' only score and Kurt Koepke added the point. In other games Meadow Park downed Melaleuca 21-6 and Palm Springs routed North Grade 29-0. In American League contests played on the North Shore field league-leading Wynnebrook con tinued to roll with a 21-0 win over Military Trail. Westgatc edged Belvedere 6-0 on Chuck Milton s two-yard scoring plunge and Northmore squeaked by South Olive by the samf score. John Matter ran 30 yards for the game's only score. Palmetto Southboro smashed Palm Beach Public 25-6 to move into third place in the league stand ings. Olympic Slar With ABA liucs NEW ORLEANS (UPI) - Glynn Saulters, winner of an Olympic gold medal as outside guard on the United States team, has launched a new career by scoring two points in his first professional basketball game. Saulters said today he Is "looking forward very much" to career with the New Orleans Buccaneers of the American Basketball Association and hopes to do "a real good job." Saulters, who averaged 31.3 points a game at Northeast Louisiana State College in Monroe, played his first professional game Thursday night in New Orleans when the Bucs defeated the Houston Mavericks 132 91. change the attitude toward football. Jardine won't say it, of course, but Brown had to beat Cornell because Columbia's only win this campaign was over the Big Red. And then if all goes according to past history Columbia will battle the Bears on Nov. 23 for sixth place, Instead of seventh. That' Is progress of sorts. "We will get better," vowed Jardine. This doesn't sound like an Idle boast but a statement of fact. This is a commitment and you can not help but be Impressed by his confidence and determination. Maybe next season will Indeed be the year of the Brown Bear. Cornell Shocks Brown On Pass, Interceptions with the Freeport High Yellowbirds, The game will be played on Freeport's Rotary field, after a decision was reached earlier in the week to switch the site from the neighboring Rugby Club field. This afternoon's affair marks the first football game ever played by Palm Beach Military, and provides Freeport their first look at outside competition. The Yellowbirds, coached by former pro quarterback George Izo, are also starting football this season and have one victory to their credit a 27-0 triumph over Freeport Catholic. "I wish I had two more months of practice," Cadet Coach Capt. L. M. Mann said prior to his team's departure. The team has been working out since Oct. 1 and have been handicapped by lack of an adequate practice field. Adding to his problems was the late of arrival of the squad's game uniforms. Nonetheless, Mann remains optimistic. "I think the boys look good," he said, referring to his team's performance on the practice field during the past week. "There's a lot of desire they want to win." Mann's starting lineup has Armando Rivero at center, with Mike Stucket and Ron Murray at guards. Mitch Grooms and Dale Grieve will handle the tackle posts, while Sergio Sotolongo and Jack Cook are nominated for duties at end. Paul Brldgett will handle the quarterbacking chores. David (Scott) Brockway will be at running back along with fullback Sig Ramberg. Flankerback Bill Hlggs rounds out Mann's I-formatlon. How will Military fare, In this its first chance at live competition? "It's a little hard to talk about," Mann replied, "since we haven't had a chance yet to see how the boys react when under fire." "I have a sneaking suspicion that George Izo hasn't been sitting at his desk all week over there," Mann continued. Three Laurel Wins LAUREL, Md. (AP) Jockey George Cuslmano rode three winners at Laurel Race Course Friday. a u ri: n:LUi u.-svimr USE COUPON Burdint't Wail Palm Beach, Florida 33401 Moi Mrd m k'9 V"' walthw Waw MfWt m -. wnoll All Spcrl wa)-:h PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) - Cornell struck for a 76-yard scoring pass from Bill Robert son to Chris Ritter in the open ing minutes and then turned a pair of interceptions Into long touchdown runs in defeating Brown 31 0 Saturday for Its first Ivy League football victory of the season. Robertson, fading back from his own 24 on third down, ap peared just about to be spilled for a loss when he spotted Ritter loose behind the Brown second ary. The fleet halfback caught the ball near midfield, got a key block from Rick Furbush and went all the way with only 54 seconds gone. Late In the period, Cornell safety man Tom MacLeod intercepted a Brian Marini pass at the Brown 40 and ran it back all the way. Bill Davies kicked both extra points, then booted a 27 yard field goal midway in the second period to give the Big Red a 17-0 halftime lead. Brown was fighting back in the third period and had marched to the Cornell 33 when Lloyd Ruth Intercepted another! vom:s i v 2 sizes This time-beating Swiss watch is the greatest for everyone on the go! Rugged but handsome, it is the perfect watch for active sports , . . land, sea or air. Makes sports-watching more exciting, with the special 60 minute time bezel that sets instantly to show elapsed time. It's the watch you want to be seen wearing. FINE JEWELRY, STREET FLOOR DOWNTOWN WEST PALM BEACH NAME ( )K ( ) 30-0Y CHADOf I ) CHICK INCtOSED. So'ry HM odd 44k lolti lai. Cot) ot hondlmfl toot i bo odM. BURjDIISr E'S Marini -aerial at his 28 and t

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