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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 16

West Palm Beach, Florida
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Tuesday, November 12, 1968
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16 Palm Beach Post, Tuesday, Nov. 12, 1968 Dog Racing Miami Biscayne Track Cold Front Brings Fish Prep Football's Unsung Heroes Entries Results FIRST i-If. C 4 Mar Lordship 1 Run Jack B s Boomer Julnlel.ll tiIJ SF.tOND-f If. B a Art's Darter 2 Miss Saddler OUTDOORS By Ed Buckow Time JI:S S.IW .1 4u . s 3 40 21 In Time .11:3 IT 01) 20 5 s 14 40 H 4 wil 8 Solitary Sol S (Julnirla It 51 til i Perfect i J-Ji MM W DAII.V DOl bu m i i:i .m THIRD B.C.. D Time 34: 2 Anoiher Keerel 7.0n Vtt .1 1 Control Power 3.40 2 4 Medlev Scars 4 Muinlela 1 1-MIII HI Perlecta t M l It fpOl KTH B.C.. U Time III: 2 Judnck 7 .11 4 4i I 1 Bob Van 6l 4 5 Medlev Traction .( Johnny Crawford, operator of the Snook Nook. Most of the fish were taken on metal squid type lures. Crawford said the top mackerel catch checked in at his shop Sunday numbered 45. Dick Hoke caught 33 blues and three mackerel squidding. Johnny said that Just before the squall line arrived Monday afternoon the snook put on the feed bag at the Jensen Beach Bridge. He said about 15 were caught in little more than 20 minutes on feather and pork rind. Bob Robinson took four weighing up to 26 pounds. Irving Fisher landed 21 trout plugging from a skiff in the Indian River. Walter Sykes and August Huber took 28 blues on a white feather lure in the Sun Parlor near Port Salerno yesterday before the wind increased. Fishing In the same area with cut bait on Sunday, Edward Ward and Sam Cohen boated 87 blues. The fishing forecast could read, "Falling temperatures early his morning, 15 to 25 m.p.h. northwest winds, and a sout bound current on the coast bearing mackerel, bluefish and pompano." A low pressure area that popped up in the Gulf canceled out Saturday's norther, but last night it appeared that the latest cold front would bring the first fish-producing northwester of the season in this area. According to the weather forecast, winds will probably blow out of northerly quadrants for about two days. There Isn't much doubt that brisk northerly winds will move '.he small migratory RamefLsh southward, and there are plenty of mackerel and bluefish just north of the Palm Beaches. This northwester not only should deliver fish to surf and pier anglers, but will probably chase blues and pompano into the waters of Lake Worth. Trollers and commercial net fishermen hit big mackerel at Blowing Rocks, just north of Jupiter Inlet, early yesterday, and surf casters and commercial fishermen got into the blues farther northward on Jupiter Island around midday. With a good northwester blowing, it shouldn't take these fish very long to reach the Palm Beaches. Harold Goffe and his young sons, Randy and Kenny, took 45 mackerel trolling off Blowing Rocks Monday morning. They only fished for an hour due to increasing southerly winds. BUI Hutchinson and his son, Jack, scored on the macks trolling in the same area. Goffe said that even though the wind was rising out of the south, the mackerel were headed southward into the wind. Do you suppose those fish have some way of knowing that a cold front is advancing? Bill Lund and Ozzie Nevillle, of Jupiter, and Jack Smith, of Ilobe Hills, took 45 blues during their lunch hour Monday casting a variety of artificials in the surf a short distance south of the public beach at Hobe Sound. Lund said net fishermen hit the blues in the same area. There was also plenty of action farther northward on the coast. Anglers hauled blues and mackerel out of the surf at Jensen Beach Sunday and early Monday, according to a report from 1X-M.B V P.'s Henry Ftdotiossip Booked Reply Smiley Mac Master Touch Andare Waiting Game Sudle Slid B.C.. 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A Caprioled Jane's Debbie Rustlra Ronald Tip Gina Gun Glow ot Sunset Discreeth B.irb'sChoire 10th B.C., A Cn'S Flv Reba H Paraphinalia Enf anta Southern Dude Go Norma Sun Struck Lemon Tree llth B.C.. c Dick's Doubloon Sparky Claude L.idv Senator J A 'sGh-k Beaumiss World Havoc S P.'sTonv Ocala Berth 12th B.C., C Talkeree Teddy's Kim Bob sOveta Hofbrau Walter Cole Missile Rock Brendan Senorl'have? Hunting Results Lacking The local office of the game and fish commission declined to release opening weekend game harvest figures Monday in the absence of Jim Brantly, information and education officer, who was still out in the field. However, it was learned from other sources that the deer kill in the Corbett Area was rather light. One hunter who scored in the Corbett Area was Frank Coty, who downed an eight-point buck. His Jeep would not start Saturday morning, so he took off on foot and hit the buck only 50 yards from camp, according to his hunting companion, Al Upthegrove. 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Kennedy Coach Ben McCoy was so pleased with his squad's performance against previously-unbeaten Blanche Ely High of Pompano he nominated his entire defensive unit for Post-Times Unsung Hero honors. McCoy's unbeaten Vikings turned on a strong defensive effort against the Tigers, holding them to 78 yards rushing and 21 passing for a 13-12 victory. One Ely touchdown came on a 55-yard scamper with a recovered fumble and the other TD followed a fumble recovery at the Kennedy eight-yard line. The players who did the job defensively for the Vikings were ends George Greene and Frank Wyley; tackles Willie Raines and James (Jackie) Myers; Archie Williams and Clarence Robinson, who alternated at middle guard; linebackers Larry Locke, Everett Mitchell and Curtis Kelly; halfbacks Frank Menendez and Jerome Josey, and safety Henry Coleman. Other high school gridders who qualified for Post-Times Unsung Hero mention this week: FOREST HILL Coach Jerry Jacobs nominated halfback Bert Hathaway, who filled in offensively for injured William Wilson and did a good job running the ball and blocking against Dan McCarty. LAKE WORTH Brian Domigan, who returned a kickoft 96 yards for a touchdown against Riviera Beach, earned the nomination of Coach Bill Humphrey. Domigan also did an outstanding job as a defensive halfback. ST. ANDREW'S - Coach Jim Davis picked James (Barney) Hewitt, who was shifted from fullback to defensive tackle and responded with five unassisted tackles and six assists against Tampa Berkeley. Twice he dumped the opposing passer for a total of 31 yards lost. CLEWISTON Melvin Jones was singled out by Coach Tom Roberts. Jones returned a kickoff 78 yards for a TD against Melbourne Central Catholic and gained 19 yards on three carries playing his first eame on offense. ROOSEVELT Coach Alphpnso Sutton chose defensive back Jackie Stringer, who broke up several Lincoln Park passes that might have gone for touchdowns otherwise. CARDINAL NEWMAN Linebacker Rich Pepin and defensive end John Milling were nominated by Coach Sam Budnyk for their play against LaSalle. Pepin made nine tackles, assisted on two others and intercepted a pass, while Milling was credited with five tackles and two assists and put tremendous pressure on the LaSalle passer throughout the game. SEACREST Coach Randy Cooper selected Joe Merrltt, who did a good job at comerback and continued his aggressive play on kickoff coverage. Merritt has made eight tackles on kickoffs alone in the last two games. PALM BEACH Rocky Phelps, a 125-pound senior, was chosen by Coach Len Brown for his performance against Leonard. Several players were tried at defensive halfback after starter Robin Bradbury was injured early in the contest. Phelps did the best job of the bunch, particularly on pass defense. CARVER Coach Roger Coffey nominated linebacker Jerry Anderson, who Intercepted two passes against North Shore, returning one 10 yards for a TD. Anderson made six tackles and helped out on nine others. NORTH SHORE Defensive guards Ed Canady and Ron Daniels were selected by Coach Bill Hobson. Canady was credited with six tackles and one assist and Daniels with five tackles and one assist against Carver. Canady was especially effective rushing the passer. DAN MCCARTY Coach Mike Viland nominated offensive guard Chuck Taylor, whose blocking helped the Eagles tie heavily-favored Forest Hill. Much of McCarty's yardage came over Taylor's strong side guard post. LAKE SHORE End Carlton Wisewas Coach Willie J. Irvin's choice for his play against Jacksonville Stanton. He did a standout job defensively and caught four passes on offense. NO UNSUNG HERO nominations were received from Riviera Beach, Vero Beach, Boca Raton, Belle Glade, Pahokee, Martin County, Leonard, Lincoln Park, Gifford and John Carroll. ATHENS, Ga. (AP) Jim Getzen kicked a 26-yard field goal in the third quarter Monday and Florida's freshman football team went on to defeat Georgia's winless Baby Bulldogs 17-13. Neither team was able to gen The Baby Gators gained the lead for good in the second quarter with a drive that began on the Georgia 47 and ended with tailback Tommy Durrance's 24-yard touchdown burst. With 59 seconds remaining in the half, Georgia recovered a fumble at the Florida 14 and on 17 carries while Durrance led Florida with 38 yards in 18 attempts. Douglas completed five of 15 passes for 119 yards and had one intercepted. Reaves passed for 64 yards completing five of 13. Florida's freshmen are now 2-1 while Georgia's record is 0-2-1. Two Miami U. Reserves Hurt MIAMI, Fla. (AP) Two reserves were injured in a rare Monday scrimmage as the University of Miami prepared for its Saturday night football game with the University of Alabama. Bob Carlin, alternate offensive tackle, sprained a knee and an ankle while Dennis Hacked, reserve fullback, came out wilh a bruised shoulder. The varsity regulars got only dummy work and a chance to heal from physical and mental bruises brought home from State College, Pa., where they lost to Penn State. Trainer Dave Wike reported end Tony Cline had less than a 50-50 chance to play against Alabama and Jim Kresl will replace him. erate much of an offense in the ame played in both rain and snow. Georgia churned out 234 yards on offense while the visi tors were held to a total of 170 Marine Weather Small boat forecast for the Florida lower east coast through the Bahamas as fur us Nassau and southward through the Florida straits Tuesday. Small craft warnings are in effect. Seas six to eight feet, up to Yl feet on Gulf Stream. halfback Bob McDavid ran it over on the next play. A bad center snap caused the kick to fail. Getzen's field goal and a Georgia safety, when the Florida center snapped the ball Into the end zone, were the only points recorded in the second half. Harris missed field goal attempts of 39, 43, and 45 yards for Georgia. McDavid was the leading rusher for Georgia with 59 yards yards. Georgia opened the scoring when quarterback Mike Douglas plunged over from the one and Roger Harris converted. Florida tied the score with three seconds remaining in the period as quarterback John Reaves completed a 63-yard march by hitting Billy Dowdy on a four-yard scoring toss. Georgia Works Out In Snow ATHENS, Ga.. (AP) - Rain turned into snow Monday preventing the University of Georgia Bulldogs from outside practice, so they dressed out -in sweat clothes and conducted a light workout Indoors. The Bulldogs also viewed films of last Saturday's Florida game in which Georgia bombed the Gators, 51-0. Coach Vince Doo-ley again stated the lopsided Belle Glade Fish Contest BELLE GLADE Two East Coast residents took top honors in the first Chamber of Commerce fishing tournament, during its first week of competition, it was reported Monday by Charles Leonard, president of the civic group. Walking off with first place in the bass fishing event, which entitles the weekly winner to compete (or the grand prize, was Glenn Davies, of Boca Raton. Davies landed a 7-pound largemouth bass on the second day of competition, Nov. 4, while fishing in Lake Okeechobee. The top catch of speckled perch went to J.B. Wiles of Deerfield Beach. His fish weighed one pound, two ounces. Both of the winning fish were weighed in the J-Mark Fish Camp on Torry Island, according to Terry Kirchman, contest chairman. Davies was awarded a casting rod and Wiles a spinning reel for the weekly awards. The contest will conclude on March 1, at which time the fisherman with the largest bass will be awarded a 9.5 horsepower outboard motor and the spec champion will receive an electric trolling motor. Official weighing stations are located at the J-Mark and Slim's Fish Camp, both on the city-owned marina property. If you want insurance advice contact us. We have been in the business of protection through Insurance for our customers and friends since 1927. We write ALL LINES. victory over Florida may have an adverse effect, causing his team to be overconfident Saturday against Auburn. Last week Auburn downed Tennessee 28-14. Dooley described his next opponent as a team that is capable of beating any team it plays. !irwn(tM AGWT M tl ion yitui' We serve YOU first PRINTED BUSINESS FORMS?!? lW' CALL WILFORD W. GHIOTO S. D. 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