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Palm Beach Post. Friday, Nov. 13, 196825 Maggie Smith Leads Qualifiers (mauuBK mi mm ATLANTIS Fifteen players qualified for the championship flight of the Golden Goif Association at the end of W holes of play Thursday. Leading the field with 85-81 ltiti was Maggie Smith of the PGA National Golf Club. Other qualifiers, with the 36-hole totals were Gladys Jowett. Atlantis 168. Ruth Mazza, Atlantis 168. Audra McDermott. Atlantis 172, Lali Hart, Sarasota 173, Jo Bertash. Pine Tree 17ti. Helen Nesbitt, Breakers GC 17ti. I'Charlotte Robuck. Leesburg 176. Hazel Brown, Luke Worth 176. Dcssie Emmons, Lake Worth 176, Hilda Spradlin, Tampa 177, Ruth Ward, Royal Palm GC 178, Ann Goodman, Miami 179, Imogene Fulton, Coral Gables 180. Area Golf Pros GRIFFITH TIRE Military Tr. Near 10th Ave. LAKE WORTH RETREADS ALL SIZES a ".33 0 Alls P.B. Ruiso Lost. Henry Lost Lindner Trt Herb Lake Bid Royal Thienell Worth Kaplan P.B. 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Prizes will be presented to winners in the West Palm Beach Fishing Club's summer conlest at an awards dinner Saturday evening stalling at 6:31) at the Buccaneer Yacht Club, Palm Beach Shores. Padgett and Arthur Downey took 38 blues; Kred Collier and Jim Wilkinson boated 2'J, and John Johannsen landed 23. There were plenty of bluefish off the beach at Jensen Beach, but most of them were out of casting range. George Boston's string of 38 blues was the top OUTDOORS By Ed Buckow catch logged at the Snook Nook at Jensen Beach. The dying northwester gave salt water anglers another ter-ritic fishing day along this part of the coast Thursday. The drift boats in the Blue Sea fleet have been returning to Riv tera Beach with large catches of There were mackerel and mutton snapper and also some bluefish schools from Singer Is grouper, cioipnin and an occa land to Jensen iJeaeh, pompano See for Yourself if You're Qualified to Train for High-Paying Computer Age Career! sional sail. Many sails were raised by an glers aboard charter boats yes terday, but apparently they were difficult to hook. Peter M. Froboock, of Glendale, W. Va., took an eight-foot sail off Boyn-ton Beach aboard Capt. Mike Zubak's charter boat Elf. Fresh water fishing began to and 25 mackerel; Charles Oab-er, 17 blues and 1.1 mackerel; lohn S driver, 13 blues and 12 mackerel; Wes Carlisle, 16 blues and 15 mackerel; Les Free, 10 blues, four mackerel and four snook; Sally Bchm, two snook and 14 mackerel; Lou Kenfrue, 12 blues and 17 mackerel, and Konny Appleton, 13 blues and eight mackerel. In addition to these catches, many more fish were taken. The mackerel were all over the ocean, and both the commercial net fishermen and trailers scored heavily during the day. With 8 to la m.p.h. winds forecast for today, (rollers should again gel a shot at the macks north of the Palm Beaches. (iene Hunt, captain of the Jcssinda, found the mackerel just north of the Riviera municipal beach yesterday. Those aboard scored a catch of 62 ranging up to five pounds apiece. Huge schools of mucker-el appeared off Jupiter during the day. A few blues were taken in the surf at the old Air force Beach on Singer Island, but the expected run of blues in Lake Worth failed to materialize. Bluefishing inshore from Ihe St. Lucie Inlet in the Sun Parlor area was excellent, according to word received from the Pishin' Hole. Pishing with cut bait, John entered Lake Worth in large numbers, large catches of mut-lon snapper and other gainefish were scored aboard the drill fishing boats, and quite a number of suilfish were raised off I'alm Beach and Bovnton Beach. With easterly winds forcast today, the action probably will begin to fall off and move farther to the north, but the pompano activity should continue in Lake Worth. Most of I he pompano were taken drift fishing south of Peanut Island. Pompano fishermen checked in at Lake Side Tackle and Seafood with catches ranging up to .'ill and .'!") fish. Willie Musil and Billy DcBay each took 20 pompano in the lake. The Juno Beach Pier again was the scene of some wild fishing. The bluefish catches weren't as big as they were Wednesday at Ihe Pier, but the arrival of mackerel made up for that. Following are some of Ihe lop catches logged at the pier tackle shop: Kelly Bets, 25 blues ami 35 mackerel; Sandy Aiken, 15 lilues UWyaiid S3 Way v I large group i Hi D n i M reduced to Plans Revealed For TV IJouts NEW YORK (AP) - A unique combination of home and closed circuit telecasting of Ihe heavyweight fights between champion Joe Frazier and Oscar Bonave-na, and Sonny Liston against a yet unnamed opponent was announced Tuesday. The plans call for home television of the Dec. 10 Frazier-Bon-avena fight to be carried in 18 cities in nine northeast states. 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