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p. iThe Palm Beach Post The Inside Story College football scores and news appears on page 23 of today's Post Results of the Hawaiian Open Golf Tournament and the Stardust Grand Prix plus Robert Lipsyte's column on Joe Namath are on page 22. ' - - O West Palm Beach, Florida, Monday, November 11, 196821 I Barry Leads Oaks Past Miami ANTHONY PENN: Complete QB Carver's Penn Freeman the former Illinois star scored 29 for Miami while Murrell added 21 and Hunter 19. Oakland took a 70-55 lead into the last half after blowing a 15-point lead in the first period. The Oaks were in front 34-27 after the first period. Barry scored the first points of the game with 15-foot Jumper from the keyhole with 11:34 left to play in the first quarter. But It was not Barry who sparked the Western Division leaders to a 28-13 advantage with 4:13 in the first quarter. It was the Oaks' 137-129. Three Floridians Dan Sparks, Wes (Big Game) Hunter and Willie Murrell fouled out in the game that featured constant verbal exchanges from both benches to officials. Miami Coach Jim Pollard drew one technical late in the period Wien Hunter fouled out. The win makes Oakland 81 in the Western Division. Miami is now 3-4 in the Eastern Division. Doug Moe, 6-5 former North Carolina star, shared game high scoring honors with Barry. Don ketball Association at the Miami Beach Convention Center and his Oakland Oaks were never in serious trouble Sunday except once In the second period. Barry ended with 30 points before fouling out with 1:48 In the game. The high-strung super star restrained himself but gave a gesture to throw the ball through the convention roof and he left to a chorus of booes. Barry was pushed and shoved all night in an apparent attempt to upset him. It did not work and In the end the Oaks prevailed, By ED PLAISTED Executive Sports Editor MIAMI BEACH (AFN) - It was Rick Barry night but the former University of Miami basketball Ail-American got a lukewarm welcome from the fans here and a bruising one from the Miami Floridians. The biggest cheer of the night was not for Barry but for a football player the Miami Dolphins Jack Clancy, who was announced as part of the crowd 6,102. Barry scored the first points of the night in this American Bas Offensive Prep ceremonies. . . Ron Godfrey. U of Miami basketball coach, presented Barry with a trophy . . . Barry was made an honorary member of the Miami Jaycees and got place on its mailing list. Just what he always wanted! Three point lines have been painted chartruese. Cardinal Newman basketball Tom Born-horst was in crowd with wife. Next home game is Monday, Nov. 18, with Kentucky Colonels. Tickets can be obtained in West Palm at Jordans, Burdines and West Palm Beach Auditorium. Alex Hannum and Jim Pollard conducted a pre-game clinic for more than 2,000 school boys. Back Of Week balanced attack and fast break that featured Larry Brown, Warren Armstrong and Moe. The Floridians did not quit. They fought back like they did against the New Orlenas Bucs Wednesday night and they did it without the services of their 6-foot-10 centers Skip Thoren and Gary Keller, both of whom sat on the bench for the second period. With 5:15 left in the second quarter Irv Inninger's jump cut the Miami gap to one, 38-3". The two teams stayed neck-to-neck for the next three minutes but slowly class began to tell and the Oaks began to pull away again. The first half was enlivened by a pushing match between Barry and Sparks. With 6:59 both players had to be separated by players and officials after a brief scuffle. Barry was shoved and pushed throughout the first half but the officials chose to ignore it. At least four times he was knocked to the floor but was not slowed up a bit. Barry led all first half scorers with 17 points while Hunter kept Miami in the game with 14. COURT SPLINTERS - Barry was honored by Coral Gables city officials during halftime By DON BOYKIN Staff Writer Roger Coffey, Delray Carver High football Coach, admits he likes to have his quarterback put the ball in the air as much as possible. And why shouldn't he when the Carver quarterback is someone who has passed for 1,202 yards in eight games, completed 76 of 136 attempts and has thrown 17 touchdown passes. The Carver quarterback is Anthony Penn, who, believe it or not, is only a Junior. "I was a quarterback in college," Coffey said, "So I guess this is the reason why I like to have a passing team. And Anthony certainly does a tremendous job of making our air game go." Penn was at his usual brilliant style last Friday night as the Eagles dumped North Shore, 22-0. The 6-foot, 170-pound signal caller connected on 17 of 34 pitches for 179 yards and one touchdown. For his outstanding night, Penn is the Post-Times Offensive Player of the Week. Penn has been the mover of the Carver offense this season " " " t ' iy " " " i or 4 fx??v 'U . . r-rr ffi- ' that has rolled up 248 points en Coffey describes Penn as the "He has mastered the art of Maliska Tells About Bulldogs has tremendous poise for a junior and he is a bright boy with an A-average in school. "His leadership on the field is so dynamic that it really makes the team go. If the other team gives him the time he will put the ball there." Obviously, Carver's opponents have geen giving Penn Just a little too much time as he passing statistics will prove. Others turning in standout offensive performances: CHARLES CLOSE, LEONARD - Completed eight of 15 passes for 112 yards and scored two TD's rushing as the Lancers stopped Palm Beach 13-7. MIKE BENEFIEL, LAKE WORTH Gained 99 yards in 13 carries and scored a touchdown In the Trojans' 20-12 victory over Riviera Beach. CHARLIE RUSS, VERO BEACH Picked up 99 yards in 14 carries, scored a touchdown, passed for another and caught a pass as the Indians easily whipped Martin County 27-6. DENNIS MATTHEWS, SEACREST Carried 15 times for 160 yards and scored a pair of touchdowns In the Seahawks 28-0 win overSatellite. ; DENNIS DOWNS, VERO BEACH Scored three touchdowns and rushed for 70 yards In 10 carries as the Indians topped Martin Countv. SANDY CUSHMAN, FOREST HILL Gained 106 yards and scored a TD as part of the Falcons' 7-7 tie against Dan McCarty. CHARLIE BROWN, ROOSEVELT Led the Maroon Devils to a 31-0 win over Lincoln Park with two six-pointers, one coming on a 99-yard scamper. GEORGE WISE, LAKE PLACID Tallied four touchdowns in the Green Dragons' 68-0 victory over LaBelle. JACK RHINE, RIVIERA BEACH Rushed for 91 yards In 25 carries and caught one pass as the Hornets fell to Lake Worth, 20-12. FREDDIE ALLEN, LAKE SHORE Hit on 10 of 16 passes for 115 yards and two TD's as the Bobcats whipped Jacksonville Stanton, 26-20. ians Sunday night at Miami Beach. Barry went to the foul line and sank both shots. SAILING OUT OF BOUNDS - Rick Barry (24), of the Oakland Oaks sails out of bounds after he was fouled by Don Sidle (33) of the Miami Florid Dolphins Edge Buffalo Oakland (. V T 30 Barrv Moe Harge Armstrong Brown Brads Kakins ogan ntchfield lawson leterson 1 otals Miami Murrell Hunter horen . 'err Freeman Thornton Iverson Keller Sidle Sparks Innlnger Totals Oakland Miami 10 10-1 10 1011 30 3 1-4 9 M0 23 3 1-4 5 2-2 i 3-5 1 4-5 b 0-C I) 0-1) II ll-O II 16 43 .14 137 U K T 10 1-2 21 9 DO 3 1-3 2 2-4 12 5-6 I) 0-0 18 I) 0.0 l) ll 3-4 3 7 7-9 21 5 3-4 li 5 1-1 11 33 23 33 l! 36 3l-t:l7 33 11-129 (who leads the nation In punt returns) but did not do it very well. On punt returns Georgia puts three men deep with Scott in the center. When I tired to kick to one of the other two, Scott drifted over and caught it anyway, so I finally started kicking high and short to prevent a runback. As far as the remainder of this season goes, I can promise you that we will get out and fight the rest of the way. I know that every player on this team plays as hard as they can. The fans have really amazed me the way they have been down on us this season. Even when we were 4-0 they were asking 'What is wrong with theGators'? But the fans were not on the field, we are. We play the football and we do the best we can. Eight Run At Laurel LAUREL, Md. (AP) Irish-bred Czar Alexander and 1967 winner Fort Marcy will run for Old Glory Monday In the Washington, D.C., International, with their stiffest competition expected from Sir Ivor, the representative of Ireland who was bred In Kentucky. Czar Alexander, owned by Gustave Ring, and Fort Marcy, owned by Paul Mellon, will be trying to give the United States Its ninth victory In 17 Internationals. A field of eight Is expected to go to the post at 3:45 p.m. EST, for the $150,000 test over VA miles on the grass, with $100,000 going to the winner. Czar Alexander will carry 120 pounds and be ridden by Jorge Velasquez. Fort Marcy will tote 127 pounds Including Manny Ycaza. Lester Plggott will make up most of the 120 pounds on Sir Ivor, owned by Raymond Guest, former U.S. ambassador to Ireland. The others entered, the countries they represent, their weights and jockeys: Takeshlba-O, Japan, 120, Tak-ayashl Yasuda; Carmathen, France, 127, Jean Luc Durry; Petrone, France, 127, Bill Pyers; Azlncourt II, Argentina, 127, Hellodoio Gustines and La Lagune, France, 117, Jerard Thiboeuf. La Lagune, Sir Ivor, Czar Alexander and Takeshlbo-0 are 3-year-olds. The others are 4-year-olds. La Lagune Is the only filly. The early favorite Is Sir Ivor while Czar Alexander and Fort Marcy are the second and third picks, respectively, and Take- shiba-0 Is the outsider. If Sir Ivor goes off the favorite, he would be only the third foreign representative to carry that role in this race. Sir Ivor has a total of 12 career starts In England, Ireland and France and has won seven. Czar Alexander raced In England, Germany and France before being brought to the United States. Irihls last start, he beat Fort Marcy Impressively in the l-mlle Man o' War on the grass at Belmont Park Oct. 19. His career record shows seven wins in 26 outings. Fort Marcy, who upset Damascus by a nose in last year's International en route to become the turf champion, has won three times in 12 starts this year Including the Stars and Stripes and Sunset handicaps. Pro Football Roundup Bears Bop 49ers, But Lose Sayers route to a 7-1 record. complete quarterback. calling plays," Coffey says. "He Denver, and San Diego, which topped Boston 27-17. Three field goals by Charlie Gogolak carried Washington past winless Philadelphia 16-10 in another NFL game while Bob Griese engineered three second half touchdown drives that gave Miami a 21-17 AFL victory over Buffalo. The Vikings forged a 14-3 half-time lead on two short touchdown plunges by Bill Brown, then fought off a Green Bay rally to hand the Packers their fifth loss in nine games. Rookie Preston Pearson's 102-yard klckoff return for a touchdown triggered the Colts' victory at Detroit. Roman Gabriel's tie-breaking 10-yard touchdown pass to Jack Snow in the final quarter carried the Rams past the surprisingly tough Falcons. Bill Nelsen fired scoring passes of 5 and 68 yards to Leroy Kelly, hit Paul Warfleld on a 12-yard TD strike and connected with Milt Morln for nine yards and a fourth score in the Browns' romp over the Saints. Johnny Roland cracked over from the one after a pass interference call in the end zone, enabling the Cardinals to salvage a tie with the Steelers, who led 21-0 at halftime. Fran Tarkenton threw two TD passes and scrambled 22 yards for another New York tally before Gogolak's three-pointers gave the Giants their first victory over Dallas since 1963 reducing the Cowboy's Capitol lead to one game. Marine Weather Small boat forecast for the Florida lower east coast through the Bahamas as far as Nassau and southward through the Florida straits Monday. Seas two feet. Inland waters smooth to a light chop. (APwIrrpholo) hit the line for a six-piinter to give the Dolphins' their third victory against five losses and one tie. Stephenson Breaks Bone BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) - Kay Stephenson, who won the starting quarterback job, suffered a broken left collarbone Sunday as the Buffalo Bills lost their American Football League game to the Miami Dolphins 21-17. He will be lost for the season, leaving the bills with only rookie Dan Darragh and Ed Rut-kowskl, a veteran at most positions except that of signal caller. Stephenson said he fractured his shoulder on the second play of the third quarter, when he scrambled for a 12-yard run. Coach Harvey Johnson said he had planned to meet Monday with his staff to consider asking league permission to reactivate Jack Kemp, who has been out of action with a left knee injury. Bills' owner Ralph Wilson vetoed the idea. Orlando Panthers Clinch Division ORLANDO (AP) Quarterback Don Jonas threw three touchdown passes two to Tom Bland and one to Max Wettstein to lead the Orlando Panthers to a 21-17 Continental Football League victory over the Norfolk Neptunes Sunday. The win gave Orlando the league's Atlantic Division title. Norfolk quarterback Junior Edge threw two touchdown passes, one to Don Floyd and the other to Paul Duda, while Joe Hightower kicked a 17-yard field goal. EDITOR'S NOTE - Paul Maliska of Winter Park played his best game of the season againsl Georgia, according to Florida cnaches. Handling the Gators punting tor the iirst time this year, the tunior spll lid also grabbed two passes, one a 25- ai U er from Harold Peacock, and relumed five kickolls lor 98 arris. By PAUL MALISKA Florida Splitend GAINESVILLE (AFN) -When you lose 51-0 you can't make any excuses. Georgia beat the heck out of us and overall they are the best team we have played this year. They jumped on us quick and they did not let up one second, v Our game plan was to run at them but we could not get a thing going. Georgia's defense was pretty much what we thought it would be. Juke Scott (Georgia's All-America safetv) overlapped a lot on pass coverage, as we expected and their line put on a good rush. When we got way behind in the second period we had to start throwing but we were restricted by the wet field. The center of the field had about an inch of water standing on it so this meant we had to run sideline routes in order to assure some kind of footing. On a wet day of course, a receiver always has an advantage over the defense. He knows the route he is running and can be careful on his cuts. A defensive back is a lot more susceptable to fakes and he can't react as quickly. Believe it or not, the ball was not very slippery Saturday. When I handled It in punt formation I did not have any trouble at all. Kim Helton centered the ball softly and the refs kept It pretty dry. I tried to kick away from Scott Judy Rankin Takes Golf CORPUS CHRISTI, Tex. (AP) Judy Rankin, an occasional participant on the ladies pro golf tour, defeated Sandra Spuz-Ich on the second hole of a sud den death playoff Sunday to win the 2nd annual $14,000 Corpus Chrlstl Clvitan Open. It was the first tournament victory for Mrs. Rankin since she turned pro in 1962. Miss Spuzlch three-putted on the decisive playoff hole to give Mrs. Rankin the victory. Mrs. Rankin had a 69 in the final 18 holes and Miss Spuzlch finished with a 70. That gave each golfer a 213 total forcing the playoff. Mrs. Rankin won $1,875 for the victory and Miss Spuzlch got $1,475 for the runner-up spot. Candy Phillips fired a final round 69 to win third place and cart off $1,225. Kathy Whitworth, the tour's leading money winner, shot a record 66 in the closing round and finished seventh. Unlimited Class, driving his U-13. Another West Palm . Beach native, Clay Young was second In U-T77 and Chuck Dillon, WPB, finished third. Charles Brooks of North Miami, flipped his boat but was not hurt. Barry Taylor of Fort Lauderdale was not as fortunate when he flipped his boat, suffering a broken collarbone. A field of 70 boats entered the races. intercepted Dan Darragh's pass on the Buffalo 43. After Klick lost one yard, Griese passed 24 yards to Doug Moreau, 16 to Howie Twilley and then Klick Dolphins Bills h Irst downs u l Rushina vardage 149 l.'i.'i Passing yardage 156 141 Return yardage 1 10 Passes 13-2H 1 12 25 2 Punts 4-.I7 4-46 Fumbles tost 1 1 Yards penalized 20 44 Miami 0 0 7 1421 Buffalo 0 17 0 0-17 Buf Cappadona 33 run ( Alford kick) Buf 1'; Alford 22 Buf-C'appadona 21 pass from Stephen son t Alford kick) Mia (Jrlese 13 run (Keves kick) Mia Noonan 5 pass from Griese (Keves kick) Mia Klick 4 run (Keves kick) A 28.759. American League Eastern Division W L I Pel. Pts. OP New York 7 2 0 .778 257 184 Houston 4 6 0 .4IKI 175 184 Miami 3 5 1 .375 159 234 Boston 3 6 0 .333 145 244 Buffalo 1 8 1 .111 145 264 Western Division Kansas Cltv 8 i 0 . 800 246 133 Oakland .; 7 2 0 .778 296 137 San Diego 7 2 0 .778 269 170 Denver 4 5 0 .444 147 224 Cincinnati 2 8 0 .2110 149 214 Sunday's Kesults New York 26, Houston 7 Kansas Cltv 16, Cincinnati 9 Miami 21. buffalo 17 . Oakland 43, Denver 7 ' San Diego 27. Boston 17 Sunday's Oanies Boston at Kansas City Cincinnati at Miami Denver at Houston New York at Oakland San Diego at Buffalo National League Eastern Conference Capitol Division Dll Pel. Pts. OP Dallas 7 2 0 .778 268 122 New York 6 3 0 . 667 225 194 Washington 4 5 0 .444 163 2-11 Philadelphia 0 9 0 .0110 125 256 Century Division Cleveland 6 3 0 .667 217 178 SI. Louis 5 3 1 625 233 203 New Orleans 3 6 0 . 333 161 212 Plllsburgh 2 6 1 ,250 161 235 Western Conference Coastal Division Baltimore 8 1 0 . 889 266 108 Los Angeles 8 1 0 . 889 197 111 San Francisco ....4 5 0 .444 177 2IKI Atlanta 1 8 0 .111 123 277 Central Division Minnesota 5 4 0 . 556 203 147 Chicago 5 4 0 . 556 167 222 Green Bay 3 5 1 .375 174 143 Detroit 3 5 1 .375 154 175 Sunday's Results Baltimore 27. Detroit HI Minnesota 14. Green Bay 10 Los Angeles 17, Atlanta 10 Cleveland 35. New Orleans 17 New York 27, Dallas 21 Pittsburgh 28. SI. Louis 28. tie Chicago 27, San Francisco 19 Washington 16. Philadelphia 10 Sunday's Games Atlanta at Chicago Cleveland at Pittsburgh Dallas at Washington Detroit at Minnesota Los Angeles at San Francisco New Orleans vs. Green Bay at Milwau- PMIadclphla at New York St. Louis at Baltimore I Football I Standingsl BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) The Miami Dolphins scored three touchdowns in the second half Sunday to overcome a 17-polnt The Jets' Joe Namath failed to toss a touchdown pass for the sixth consecutive game, but his aerials set up two scoring plunges by Bill Mathis. Turner and the New York defense took It from there. Robert Holmes ran through Cincinnati for 158 yards and scored the winning touchdown on a 27-yard bolt In the fourth quarter, keeping Kansas City on top in the AFL West. Oakland veteran George Blan-da, filling In for Injured Daryle Lamonica, riddled Denver with four touchdown passes and booted two field goals. Russ Smith rambled 67 and 16 yards for touchdowns, leading San Diego's attack against the Patriots. Vero Sixth In Preps MIAMI (AP) "Gainesville High retained its slim lead Sunday in the Miami Herald's weekly prep football poll with 296 points to 271 for runnerup Hiale-ah. Tampa Hillsborough was in third place, with Coral Gables fourth and Orlando Edgewater fifth. Vero Beach climbed to sixth, followed by Jacksonville Englewood and Delray Seacrest. Miami Jackson moved into a tie with Sarasota for ninth, each receiving 47 points in the poll of sportswrlters and coaches. Record Points 1. Gatnrsvtllr 11 7 01 2 2. Hialfah 12 8-0-0 271 3. HIUsboroug(h4 .................8-0-0 214 4. Coral (iablrs 7-10 1H1 5. KdEPwatpr 3 , 7-0-1 Hfl 6. Vpro Beach ...... 8-0-0 144 7. Enjflpwood 7.0-1 ixi 8. Delray Seacrest "g8 Ki2 9. tie Sarasota 1 7.1.0 47 9. tie Miami Jackson fi.1-0 47 11. Clearwater; 12. Pensacola: 13. Tie Winter Haven and Si. Petersburg Dixie Hoi-llns; IS. Hollywood Chamlnade; 16. Jacksonville Wollson; 17. Orlando Boone; 18 Miami Kllllan; 19. Riviera Kennedy; 20. South Broward. deficit and whip the Buffalo Bills 21-17 in an American Football League game. Quarterback Bob Griese sparked the Dolphins' drive, running 13 yards for a touchdown, passing five yards to Karl Noonan for another and setting up Jim Klick's four-yard TD run with a pair of passes that covered 40 yards. Buffalo, now deeply entrenched in the Eastern Division celler with a 1-8-1 record, broke into the scoring column on Bob Cappadona's 33-yard run in the second period. Bruce Alford's 22-yard field goal and a 21-yard pass from Kay Stephenson to Cappadona upped the Bills' advantage to 17-0 at half time. The loss of Stephenson he suffered a left-shoulder injury after five plays of the third period crippled Buffalo's offense. In the third period Cappadona fumbled on the Buffalo 41 and Miami's Ed Welsacosky recovered. Griese hit Noonan with a 28-yarder, missed two passes, then raced around his left for the TD. Griese moved Miami from It's own 28 to the Buffalo five as he completed four passes, including the touchdown toss to Noonan early In the last period. Miami's Randy Edmunds then Busy Ring Schedule By the Associated Prem Heavyweight contenders Sonny Llston, George Chuvalo and Leotis Martin and two former champions, Ismael Laguna and Luis Rodriguez, are among the name fighters listed for action this week. Llston, the 36-year-old ex-heavyweight king who has won 10 straight bouts by knockouts, takes on Roger Rischer of Oakland, in a benefit card at the Pittsburgh Civic Center Tuesday night. The same night, Chuvalo, the Canadian champion, meets hulking Dante Cane of Italy, at the Maple Leaf Stadium In Toronto. The two fights will be shown on television in some areas of Canada and the United States. Martin, of Philadelphia, will put the test to Floridian Al Goulds, the 6-foot-6 left-hander who has compiled a 25-1-1 won-lost-draw record, at the Miami Beach Auditorium, also on Tuesday night. Laguna and Rodriguez are1 featured on a triple 10-rounder card at New York's Madison Square Garden Friday night. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Chicago Bears rolled past San Francisco 2719 behind rookie quarterback Virgil Car ter Sunday for their fourth straight National B'ootball League victory a victory marred by the loss of fleet Gale Sayers for the remainder of the season. Carter ran for two touchdowns and passed for another as the Bears remained tied for the NFL Central Division lead with the Minnesota Vikings, who outlasted Green Hay's fading champs 14-10. But Sayers, the league's top ball carrier, suffered torn ligaments in his right knee in a second period pileup and had to undergo surgery Sunday night. Baltimore and Los Angeles kept pace atop the NFL's Coastal Division, at 81, the Colts downing the Detroit Lions 27-10 and the Rams barely getting by the lowly Atlanta Falcons 17-10. The Cleveland Browns trimmed New Orleans 35-17 for a one-half game Century Division edge over the St. Louis Cardinals, who had to battle from behind to tie the Pittsburgh Steelers 28-28. Two Pete Gogolak field goals gave the New York Giants a 27-21 nod over Dallas' Capitol Division leaders in the day's biggest upset. The New York Jets, meanwhile, closed in on the Eastern Division title in the American Football League, whipping the Houston Oilers 26-7 for a 314 game lead as Jim Turner booted four field goals. The AFL's Western race remained a three-way scramble between Kansas City, Oakland and San Diego after all three came through with victories. The Chiefs, who edged Cincinnati 16-9 hold a one-half game lead over defending champion Oakland, a 43-7 winner over Hauptners Score Boat Race Wins BELLE GLADE Ed and Mark Hauptner, a father-son team from West Palm Beach, were class winners sunaay in the third annual Belle Glade Re gatta at the city marina. Ed, piloting his SD-23, captured first place In Class D while Mark won Class E In SE-711. Bob Boyd, also of West Palm Beach, took first place In the

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