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Palm Beach Post-Times, Sunday. Nov. 10, 196&-E5 U.S., India Split In Zone Nets HIGH SCHOOLS By Chuck Otterson Ca Surprise! Navy Sinks Ga. Tech rver An Impression FRIDAY PROBABLY WAS davs in Bill Hobson's life. It's not pleasant to watch your o o ' -. ; -' . ,--4 : h t' -V Xr and be held to minus-30 yards rushing in the process. But Hobson. head coach at North Shore High, had the consola tion of knowing the same thing other teams when they came up against Carver's Eagles. "This is the best hall ilub we've seen this year anywhere,' ATLANTA (UPI) Underdog Navy, plaving like one of those dreadnaught teams the Middies used to field, blended the power running of Dan Pike and a "9 yard punt return bv Miek Leitierl this cold, w et Saturday to sink Georgia Tech 35-15. Pike, a stumpy senior tailback from Dequcen, Ark., ripped through the befuddled Tech defensive line on numerous long gainers including touchdown runs of 17 yards late in the first period and 18 yards laic in the second period. Letlieri's long run after tie ap- said llohson. "They execute real well. He learned a lot by playing them; we lost, hut we learned something about football." The Kagles can clinch both the District 8-B championship i good for a berth in the state playoffs) and the Atlantic Conference crown with a victory in Friday's battle with Kennedy at Riviera Beach. If Carver wins, the Eagles will close out their Atlantic Conference slate with a 3-0 record. Due to a scheduling mixup, they do not plav Roosevelt, which has a conference game remaining with Kennedy. Carver, Roosevelt and Kennedy all are 2-0 in loop play, so Carver and Roosevelt could share the title if both beat Kennedy. Better Than Kennedy As far as Hobson Is concerned, there isn't much doubt how the Carver Kennedy scrap will come out. To say that Hobson was impressed with Carver is like saying Tuesday's Presidential election was close. The Mustang coach was lavish in his praise of the Eagles. "They're much better than Kennedy," Hobson declared. Kennedy Coath Ben McCoy was among the 1,500 spectators who watched the Eagles rack up their seventh victory in eight Slat? Photo by Lou Payne Beach's Paul Hodges (32) during game Friday night at Russ Bullard Field. Leonard won, 13-7. THEFT An unidentified Leonard High football player (dark uniform) trys to take the ball away from Palm HOBSON COFFEY Seahawk- Vero Collision Tops Prep Schedule By DON KOY KIN Staff Writer This Is the week high school football observers have been waiting for all season. This is the week, Seacrest and Vero Beach the two clubs predicted to battle It out for the Suncoast Confer starts. Only a controversial 7-6 record. Carver Coach Roger Coffey his squad's performance. "Talk downs, he moaned. Not surprisingly, Coffey felt his club was looking ahead to the Kennedy contest. And despite the one-sidedness of the game with North Shore, he had some kind words for Mark Zammit, the Mustangs' 5-7, 135 pound signal-caller. Gracious Winner Syracuse Shatters W&M SYRACUSE, N.Y. (AP) -Sophomore speedster John God-bolt raced for three touchdowns Saturday to power Syracuse to a 31-0 football victory over outclassed William and Mary. Syracuse, moving virtually at will against the Indian defense, marched 91 and 68 yards for touchdowns the first times the Orange had the football. G o d b o 1 1, a 5-foot 11, 203-pounder, put the Orange ahead to stay at 3:57 of the opening period when he swept nine yards around the left side for the score to cap a 10-play, 68-yard drive following the opening kickoff. Godbolt, who picked up 68 yards in 11 carries, also scored on a two-yard sweep in the third period and an eight-yard burst in the fourth. Quarterback Paul Paolisso, who completed eight of 16 passes for 138 yards in engineering all of the Orange touchdowns, gave Syracuse its second touchdown with a 44-yard scoring loss to big tight end John Maddox. The Big Orange defense, which set up one touchdown with a pass interception, completely throttled the Indian attack and turned back two William and Mary drives deep in Orange territory. Safetyman Tony Kyasky set up a Syracuse touchdown when he intercepted Wes Meeter's pass on the William and Mary 35 and returned It to the Indian 11. Godbolt went Into the end zone three plays later from the two. George Jakowenko added three points on a 39-yard field goal in the second period. William and Mary moved to the Orange 10 yard line In the second and again In the fourth before being halted. William & Man (I 0 (I 0-0 Syracuse 14 3 7 7-31 Syr (iodbolt 9 run (.laknwenko kirk ' Svr Maddox 44 pass from Paolisso ij.tkowenko kick) Svr F(i Jakowenko 19 Syr (iodboli 2 run (Jakowenko kick' Svr liodbolt 8 run i.laknwenko kli-ki Vandy Stuns Kentucky LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) Vanderbilt look advantage of Kentucky errors, scoring in the second quarter, and coasted to a 6 0 Southeastern Conference foot ball victory at Stoll Kield here Saturday. The Wildcat homecoming crowd of 29,000 had little to cheer about except a national run back record set on the opening kick-off by Dicky Lyons. ITeach di theatre Phone I JUST OFF U.S. (HI I I I The Odd Leonard has suddenly regrouped itself into a winning team with two straight wins after starting the campaign with only one victory in five outings. Coach Bill Burke's charges stopped Palm Beach, 13-7, last Friday night and should provide plenty of competition for Lake Worth, a 20-12 winner over Riviera Beach. North Shore has now lost three consecutive games, It latest a 22-0 setback to Carver for a 3-4 mark while Palm Beach is 1-7. "They've got a good-looking little quarterback," said the Eagle coach. "He's a good field general." Coffey has a good field general of his own In Anthony Penn, who completed 17 of 34 passes Friday night to push his season totals to 76 completions in 136 attempts (55.9 per cent) for 1,202 yards and 17 touchdowns. He has completed more passes for more yardage and more touchdowns than any other player in the area. His average gain is 8.8 yards per pass. One of the major reasons for Penn's success Is tight end Alfonso Wilson, who caught seven passes for 74 yards and one TD against North Shore. He now has grabbed 34 for 409 yards and nine touchdowns. Carver's fine season also can be traced to the crisp blocking of players like tackle Lawrence Hunt, guard Charles Gainer and center Clarence Robinson and the defensive heroics of such stalwarts as guard Artis Johnson and linebackers Randy Straughn and Jerry Anderson. Whether all this Is enough to offset the exploslveness of Kennedy's Henry Coleman and Alvonzo Clark remains to be seen. But if you want to take Bill Hobson's word for it, the issue has ben all but decided. parenlly was hemm d In uip in Navy territory came midway through the second period and that and Pike's runs gave the Middies who came inio the game with a 1-6 record and as 14-poinl underdogs, a 21-0 halftime lead. Sophomore quarterback Mike McN'allen accounted for Navy's other two touchdowns during a two-minute span late in the third period. He passed two yards to Karl Schwelm for one of those touchdowns and plunged over '.limself from a yard out for the other. Tim (ocova added the five conversion points. Georgia Tech, now 4-4 for the season with Notre Dame and Georgia ahead, finally gnt onto the scoreboard with 1:47 left In the game when Jim Person, the Yellow Jackets' third quarterback of the day threw a 5U-yard touchdown pass to John Sias and Johnny Duncan converted. Tech followed its first touchdown with an on sides kickoff that gave it possession of the ball at midfield. Person's passes carried the Yellow Jackets down to the three-yard line where Person threw a three-yard touchdown pass to Bain Cullon with only eight seconds left to play ind then threw a two-point pass o Kenny Bounds. The Yellow Jackets had had heir first scoring opportunity of the afternoon and lost it when Rick Wilson intercepted Person's pass in the end zone. It was a terrible day for foot-hall. It rained throughout the game and the temperature, already down to 40 at the kickoff, dropped to 36 more than 30 degrees lower than at the same time on Friday. A stiff wind also played an important role and set up the Middies' first touchdown by causing a shorl punt. Navy took over at the Tech 45 and with Pike furnishing most of the yardage, went across in sev- on plays to start Its totally unex pected rout. Pike, used very little In the second half, personally accounted for 112 of Navy's 116 yards gained rushing In the first half. Navy lia.Tech 15 20 2IKI -3 55 .Wl 125 7 8 II, 0 27 52 4 8 I.I III .14 2 I 46 0 First dr-wns Rushing yardage Passing yardage Return yardage Passes Punls Fumbles lost Y arris penalized SFMkpMi Nov. 9 nm iv 7 II II d-'ll (ieorgia Tech 0 II 0 13 1 Navy Pike 1 run l( ocoza kick Navv Lelllerl 79 punt return (Cocoza kick l Navy Pike 18 run (Cocoza kir ki Navv Schwelm 2 pass from McNallen (Cocozza kick ' Navv McNallen 1 run I Cocozza kick Tech Slas .50 pass from Person 1 Dun can kick I Tech Cullon 3 pass from Person Bounds pass from Person ' VI4-0330 JACK UMMON WAITER MATTHAU I I M IKKItJI Ji ll" J OFFER ENDS 16 O'f-- NEW Conference Standings SI Nt OAST EAST W L T W L T PF PA Seacrest 4 0 0 8 0 0 27.1 4d Vero Beach 4 0 0 8 0 0 218 15 Lake Worth : 3 2 0 3 2 1 1H2 57 Forest Hill 2 2 1 5 2 1 121 80 Riviera Beach 2 4 0 4 4 0 102 105 Dan Mct'arlv 13 1 3 4 1 S3 IM Palm Beacn' 0 5 0 1 7 0 29 108 SI N OAST WEST W L T W L T PF PA Pahokoe 3 0 0 5 2 1 184 78 Hoca Raton 3 1 0 4 4 0 93 121 Martin Countv 2 1 0 3 4 0 88 115 C'lewlslon 2 30 440 12(1 110 Belle (ilade 1 20 340 90 66 Jupiter 0 4 0 1 6 0 33 135 ATLANTIC CONFERENCE W L TW L T PF PA Carver 2 0 0 7 1 0 248 13 iKcnnedv 2 0 0 6 0 0 171 46 Roosevelt 2 0 0 5 3 0 136 72 (illtord 0 2 0 1 7 0 52 186 LlnrolnPark 0 3 0 1 6 0 58 2(10 OTHER SC HOOLS W L T PF PA Lake Placid 7 1 0 3.58 36 St. Andrew's 7 2 0 192 46 PBUardens 4 2 0 119 86 Lake Shore 5 3 0 123 131 Moore Haven 4 4 0 142 122 North Shore 3 4 0 76 95 Leonard 3 4 0 115 128 John Carroll 2 6 0 109 214 Newman 2 6 0 32 165 Okeechobee 15 1 33 192 FRIDAY'S RESULTS Leonard 13. Palm Beach 7 Lake Worth 20. Riviera Beach 12 Carver 22, North Shore 0 Roosevelt 31, Lincoln Park 0 Pahokee26, ImmokaleeO Boca Raton 7, Belle (ilade 6 Forest Hill 7, Dan MK'artv 7 Seacrest 28, Satellite 0 Newman 13, LaSalleO Okeechobee 21, Moore Haven 14 Frostproof 46, John Carroll 14 Lake t'larld 08. LaHelleO Vero Beach 27. Martin County 6 Clt'Wiston 40, Melbourne CC 13 Lake Shore 26, J ax Santon 20 WH Jewell 28, (ilfford I) THISHEEK'SSl IIEIH LE Thursdav Palm Beach JV at PH (iardens Daylona Lopez al (ilfford Friday North Shore al Palm Beach Seacresl al Vero Beach Carver at Kennedy Roosevelt at Lake Shore Leonard at Lake Worth Boca Raton at Pahokee Newman at Miami Military Bishop Verol at Monre Haven Frostproof at Lake Placid Belle (ilade at Martin County-Lincoln Park at Davtona Campbell Dan McCartyal Merrill Island Okeechobee at Avon Pal k Jupiter al Forest Hill Clewiston al Immokalee Saturday Alva at John Carroll SI. Andrew'sat Pine ('rest Marine Weather Small boat forecast for the Florida lower east coast through the Bahamas as far as Nassau and southward through the Florida straits Sunday. Small craft warnings are in effect for winds to -II m.p.h. shiftingto northerlytoday. Seas four to six feet. Inland waters mostly rough. Makes NOT one of the most pleasant football squad get whipped 22-0 and worse had happened to STKAL'GHN loss to Pompano Ely mars the was not particularly pleased with about kicking away some touch He guided the Spartans back into scoring position after East Carolina fumbled at their 36, setting up the touchdown with a 14-yard pass to his brother John, then found Joe Sliker in the end zone from 15 yards out The Spartan defense held on the ensuing kickoff and Ed Johnson grabbed a Pirate punt at his and raced 79 yards to tie the score. The Del Gaizo brothers struck again for the winning touchdown, this time with Jim finding John with a 21-yard scoring pass. The Pirates completely dominated the first half, with Butch Colson hitting split end Jimmy Adkins for the first touchdown Tampa 0 2D Kant Carolina 1 14 0 - HI KCU Adkins 6 pass trom Colson ITvson kirk i KCU Colson 1 run (Tvson kick 1XU Colson 4 run (Tvson kick i Tarn Del llalzol run (Soprr kirk) Tarn Sliker 15 pass trom Del Galzo (Soper kick I Tarn Johnson 79 punt return (Soper kirk i Tam Del Galzo 21 pass from Del Gaizo (Soper kick i A 15,000 LINK FENCE . . . INSTALLED JOBS Open Mon. & Fri. Till 9 P.M. Call 832-3863 jut mm i H7 vnXTTXi SAN JUAN, P.R. (AP) Ra nianathan Krishnan, India's 31 year-old tennis ace, crushed Clark Graebner, 7-5, 4-6, 6-2, 6-1, Saturday and gave his team a 1-1 tie with the favored United States in the Davis Cup Inter- Zone finals. Arthur Ashe, the U.S. ama teur and open champion, had won the opening match for the United States by beating Premj- it Lall 6-2. 5-7, 6-2, 6-4. Krishnan, the veteran Interna tionalist and Cup star, was the player the Americans feared and he lived up to expectations in downing the hard-hitting but erratic 25-year-old New Yorker. In the crucial doubles match Sunday, Krishnan will team with Jaldtp Mukerjea against the Los Angeles tandem of Stan Smith and Bob Lutz. The match will start at 1 p.m., EST. The final two singles contests on Monday will send Krishnan against Ashe and Graebner against Lall. The winning team will meet Australia's Cup holders In the Challenge Round at Adelaide, Australia, Dec. 26-28. The Americans played there in 1963 when they defeated Australia 3-2 and won the Cup. The Aussies regained it at Cleveland, Ohio, in 1964 and have held It since. That was the last time the United States played in the Challenge Round. Ashe, the 25-year-old American ace from Richmond, Va., hit too hard and accurately for the 27-year-old Lall. Lall, however, brought cheers from the sparse crowd of a little more than 1,000 at the Caribe Hilton Hotel courts by taking the second set. Lall double-faulted twice in holding his service in the 11th game and then he broke Ashe's serve, after two deuces, to win the 12th game and the set. Ashe then came back to sweep the next two sets and the match. The first match was played in sweltering 86 degree heat with a 70 per cent humidity that sapped the strength of both players. But the Krishnan-Graebner contest was played under cloudy skies and with a light breeze that made it a bit more comfortable for the players. The match ended Just before the 5:15 p.m. darkness deadline. Racing to beat the deadline, the methodical Krishnan picked up his game and swept the final set In 10 minutes. Scots Bop Tampa In 7th Win BOCA RATON St. Andrew's defeated arch-rival Tampa Berkley 15-0 here in an independent league high school football game Saturday afternoon. Quarterback Richard Lee passed for one Scot touchdown and ran for the other. He carried the ball 13 times and gained 80 yards on the ground enroute to the win. Gib Henderson kicked a 28-yard field goal in the third quarter to end the scoring. The win was St. Andrew's seventh of the year all have been shutouts. The Scots travel to Ft. Lauderdale Pine Crest Saturday. STATISTICS 8A 7 100 58 34 First Downs Rlshlnx Yardage Passing Yardage Return Yardage ( Kicks. Passes. Fumbles) Passes 3-7-2 Punts 4-41.0 Fumbles Lost 0 Yards Penalized 20 SCORING Berkley I SI. Andrews It J 3151 3 28.0 1 65 - I 15 S Early, 34 pass from Lee ( kick tailed I S Lee. 2 sneak ( kick failed I S Henderson 28 field goal Cheerleaders In Contest CYPRESS GARDENS Dlanne Pittenger, a 19-year-old sophomore at Upsala College in East Orange, N.J. is the first entrant in the 1969 Miss Cheerleader USA Contest which will be here Dec. 26-30. The contest, which attracted over 500 entries last year, is being held to pick the outstanding cheerleader from colleges all over the United States. The current Miss Cheerleader USA Is University of Tennessee coed, Jeanie Gilbert. The list of entries will be narrowed to five finalists who will be flown to Cypress Gardens Dec. 26. Softball LAKE PARK UCAOI'E llnlHallSlaiHlingl Last Pel. P. and W 8 2 . RC A 8 2 .8110 Spectra 4 . Camllll'j Pizza 4 6 .) Bob s Cltgo 3 7 ..W Parkwav 1 9 .KM LEADING BATTERS: Harrv Baker (Spectral .581, Sam Martin (Spectra) .571, Joe Garrltv (P. and W.I .5.18. John Loftus P. and W.I .484. Jim Viglioltl (RC.A.i .471, Pate Slade (Camllll sl .7. (ieorge Dorset! IR C A.) .461, Don Hughes I RCA I 41, Jim Miles IR.C.A.I .459. Bart Bates (P. andW. 1.448. RBI LEADERS: Ed Harrison (P and W.I 1.1. Larrv Askev (RCA.) 12. Sam Mar tin (Spectral 12. HOME RUNS: Dave Abernathv. 12. INTER SOFTBALL LEAGUE (al Carrie Park I Standing of teams Won Lout Pel. Pro Cuba 9 2 .818 Wonder Bar 9 2 .818 Brazlel Motors 9 2 .818 Lenders 6 5 .545 HolvName 2 8 .2W A.f.tT 2 9 .182 Florida Diesel 1 10 m LEADING BATTERS: Chuck Peet ( Wonder Bar) . Ed Lamb ( Lenders i .568. Ed Bonne (Florida Diesel l .500. Norm Vorpe (Lenderil .500. Bill Wiles (Wonder Bar 500. LEADERS: 2b hits-Larrv Bock (Wonder Barl 5; 3b Hits Don Senoha (Wonder Bar) 3: Home Runs Manuel Monlero. Chuck Patrick. 3. Tampa Comes Back To Tip E. Carolina Couple ence EasternDivlslon meet. Both teams are undefeated after eight starts and the winner of their Friday night clash at Vero Beach's Citrus Bowl will be the likely favorite to go on to the league title. The Vero Beach-Seacrest contest is not the only game, expected to decide a conference champion. Riviera Beach Kennedy unbeaten in six outings going Into Saturday night's clash with Pompano Beach Ely hosts Delray Carver (7-1) at Riviera Beach High Field for the Atlantic Conference crown. In a couple of inter-city rivalries, Palm Beach meets North Shore at Cooley Stadium and Leonard's Lancers face Lake Worth at Russ Bullard Field in the Trojans Homecoming. Both Seacrest's Seahawks and the Indians of Vero Beach recorded their eighth wins in easy fashion Friday night, setting the stage for their climactic meeting. Seacrest routed Satellite Beach, 28-0, and Martin County fell to Vero Beach, 27-6. The game also pits the best offensive club In the Suncoast East Seacrest against the stoutest defense Vero Beach. Coach Randy Cooper's Seahawks have scored 273 points this year while Vero Beach, coached by Dan Thweatt, has yielded only 15 points. From all indications the Carver-Kennedy encounter should be one of the wildest offensive shows ever to come to the Palm Beach area. Both teams can score at will and both possess excellent passers. Quarterback Anthony Penn of Carver has tossed 17 touchdown passes and has thrown for 1,202 yards in eight games, the only signal caller In the area to surpass the 1,000 mark. Kennedy's pitcher, Tommy Toombs, does not claim as impressive statistics as Penn but is also a threat with the pass. Before the Ely game Saturday night, he had 10 TD passes and 795 yards. Carver's only loss this season was to Ely by a disputed 7-6 count. Rebels Rip Chattanooga OXFORD, Miss. (AP) With star quarterback Archie Manning on the sidelines most of the afternoon, Mississippi's Rebels defeated Chattanooga, the nation's No. 3 small college team, 38-16 here Saturday. Coach Johnny Vaught put Manning on the bench after the Rebels had a 17-0 lead. The sophomore signal-caller, named national college back of the week after beating Louisiana State Nov. 2, is still hampered by a rib injury sustained last month and Vaught didn't want to take any chances that Manning won't be ready for the Rebels' showdown next week with Tennessee. TABLE SIZES 3Mx7 4x8 4Wx9 conmiTi ' tINI OF SUPPLIES INCLUDING PfRFECTLTI iauncid cuts rum iniati VISIT NEW L PLUS "(;i ll)K FOR Yale Passes Bury Penn For Record PHILADELPHIA (AP) -Baffling Brian Dowling, Yale's magician with a football, unfurled two touchdown passes in a record-smashing performance as the Bulldogs burled Penn 30-13 in an Ivy League game Saturday. bowling's yardage total of 206 boosted him to 1,488 yards for the year, breaking the record of Ed Molloy, who had 1,293 yards in 1952. Dowling's two scoring passes gave him 15 this year, tying Molloy's 19ri2 mark. Dowling hit on nine of 18 passes for 180 yards and rushed for 26 more. The explosive quarterback solved Penn's pass defense early, unlcasing a 52-yard scoring bomb to halfback Calvin Hill in the first quarter, then clicking on a 13-yarder to Del Marting in the second half. Yale's roughhouse defense shackled Penn quarterback Ber-nic Zbrzezn, stopping the Quakers twice within their 20-yard line. ZbrzeznJ scored Penn's first touchdown, a one-yard sneak in the fourth quarter. Jim McFillan scored the Quakers other fourth period touchdown. Hill, the Bulldogs' bread-and-butter ball carrier, hammered through the Penn defense for 126 yards and ran for a 15-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter. Ydle 8 8 7 7-.10 Penn 0 0 0 13-13 Yale Hill 52 pass from Dowling (Dowling run) Yale Martlnjz 13 pass from Dowling (Marting pass from Dowling) Yale Levin .1 run (Bayless klrkl Penn Zbrzezn) 1 run (run lalledl V .ill- II 1 1 1 15 run IBavless kick' Penn-McRllan 9 run (Berry kick l A 28 8. W to; A tittW Cms t lonq Way At SIMM I N toi.ksn vr. 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