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14 Palm Beach Post-Times, Saturday, Nov. 16, 1968 Kentucky Tests Gators 42 0 Forest Hill Jupiter I ;o play today depends on their : luck as much as anything. I Ful back Larry Smith is lim-I pine only slightly now on a i sprained arch that has slowed him to a walk in Florida's last I three games. Before the injury he was averaging 102.4 yards since turned to rubble. Three losses and a tie in the last four games have destroyed all hopes Florida had for that long-awaited "next year" season. To make matters worse, the Gators are trying to rebound from last week's 51-0 massacre at the hands of Georgia with a team so bruised that Coach Ray-Graves has allowed no contact work in practice all week. Jackie Edkdahl, a starter at quarterback last week, has a bad arm, hand and foot and hasn't even made the trip. Coi nerback Steve Tannen and tight end Jim Yarbrough have been forbidden all week to run at fuli speed for fear that they would reinjure torn groin muscles. How long they will be able By ED PAVELKA LEXINGTON, Ky. (AFN ) The game that was supposed to sew up the Southeastern Conference football title for the University of Florida nothing more than a battle of also rans today as the hapless Gators lake on the Kentucky Wildcats in McLean Stadium at 2:00 EST. The year of the Gator has long Seminoles Plan Scoring in every quarter, and six touchdowns registered by six different players, the Forest Hill Falcons crushed Jupiter Mich, 42H, in a football game Friday on the winners' gridiron. Although Sandy Cushman was the principal ground gainer for the Flacons, amassing Hit yards in 1.1 tries, it was seven others who divided the points evenly. , William Wilson had an unerring j tor and booted all six conver- ! sioris. Greg Brown started the Kal- j eons off late in the first quar- ter when he snapped up a -lu- piter fumble on the Warriors' j iii yard line and rushed it into the end .one for a touchdown. He also got Forest Hill started on its second TI) by rccov- j ring another bobble. This was on his own V, but it took the Falcons only eight plays be- j fore Jim Anderson took it the ; last 23 yards on a pass by Iick ; Hopkins, It was still a respectable gamcj for Jupiter at the hall way point but in the second hall the Falcons tumped to four more touchdowns. Kit hard Speece gathered in By JACK H ARPER TALLAHASSEE (AFN) -The FSU-N.C. State football game in Raleigh today is a classic case of the pass versus the run. Pacers Open Year With Cage Win Palm Beach North Shore ' i Mall Photo Hv Bill I'owcr Passes one of the most outstanding receivers in college football today. Although he sat on the bench during most of the first two games. Cappleman, since taking over the first team, has completed 102 passes in 1!M attempts for 1,522 yards and l.i touchdowns. N.C. State likes the ground attack over the passing game. "They drive the football down your throat and when they lull you to sleep, they throw a damaging pass." says Seminole Coach Bill Peterson. Charlie Bowers. 20.") pound junior halfback is the Wolf-pack's rusher. Last year he rambled -1H yards for a TD against FSU in helping his team to upset bowl-bound Florida State, 20-10. He has gained 6-1.'! yards rushing thi season in lit carries tor a ;t.6 average. In wingback Bobby Hall the Wolfpaek has one of the best all around players in the Atlantic Coast Conference. W ii h a 5.6 average, he has gained 478 yards this season and is second in the nation wilh kick-off returns. Left - handed quarterback Jack Klebe, a good passer on option plays, has really shone in running with 470 yards when he has decided to keep the ball. Florida State has the edge in the series with six wins over four for N.C. State. Dog LAKE WORTH I'alm Beach Junior College's Pacers opened their l!)iiX cage season on a winning note here Friday night when they defeated Florida Junior College 81-74 in an overtime basketball thriller. When the regulation 40 minutes had expired, the teams were deadlocked at 70-all. In the ensuing five minute overtime period, the Pacers out-scored their Jacksonville opponents 11 1 to gain the w in. Forward Earl Findley led Palm Beach's scoring, bucketing 22 points and picking off 21 rebounds. Jim.Iackson had 22 rebounds, Jim Ley garnered IB. FLYING FALCON Sandy Cushman of Forest Hill High is off on a running play against Jupiter Friday night. Cushman was the Falcons' leading rusher with 89 yards as his team won a 42-0 victory. Dan McCarty 20 Merritt Island 20 Two tumbles in the third peri In oko open a slit! tlclcnsivt battle and paved the ;iv lot I' dm lleach High to score a 21 o ,i lot ovei Nut !h Shore 1' I i(i.i mull at I 'iKilevSl.itlium. lter the two teams had battled up anil down the field in the first half of the non-conference grid clash, the Wildcats got a break by recovering a tctiilile on North Shore's III. Si a en plays later 1'aul Hodges crashed in on a Hi-yard scoring jaunt. I'alin Iii. nil kicked otl and N ! 'It Shore coughed up the ball i tlii' 27 ard slripe. 'I'erry i 'i'nnin:.:ei 1 1 . i ! I the final 1 1 it iK Dm cr pl.i s later. I li'tiiti'.'.i'i . wh was credited 'ilh l"is ards in nine carries Jai-Alai Opens With SRO Crowd was done in I he first hall. McCarty went out front first in the opening stanza when .lackie Robinson went in from the two, completing a ali-yard drive in 11 plays. Robin Hlanton kicked the conversion. sr vnsj'M s MI'.lilUTT ISLAM) A ai yard drive ill seven plays ended with (,,(! Key going the las! eight yards into the end zone .mil Dave (iillHto booting the extra point that gave Dan McCartv High a 20-20 tie with Merrill Island with only .7.1 seconds remaining on the clock. It left McCarty with a Inotball record of 2 and Merrill Is land with a 2 a 1 mark. Merritt Island had scored earlier in the fourth period when Harry Hughes romped 'iii yards to a touchdown. Frank Junes blocked Robert Nelson's kicking try for the extra point, and that's the thing that enabled the Eagles to gain the tie. The remainder ol the scoring Amateur Prior Sets Pace In Pro -Am IIM Ml tirM lnwiis IJ Hi Ku'.hiiii: Y,n'ii,u:i' r, .:v! 1', imnh Y,ii(!;in' 'iS III I' i-s., 11 I J lit hniis i u i it. hnnltr Lust 1 Y.inl, IVrulii'il .11 .'(I S( IIHINi; !; M arl li II ; ill Mrrrilt M.i.i, I II II ll li ;i I'M .1. U.-I.insnn 2. nm , Hl.mlriii, kit k i MI Hiiiihcs 1. plunj:,' , lluj.;li,'s, puss fn.iii ifi s 1IM-.I liMbiiiMin l".ui. Ml - HiiLilit's .', .,.ssh,im W..1:. is i rl sun. kirk I Ml - llu.:ln's. run DM - Key x, ii.iss hum i ,ill,"!,' 1 1 il in nm. ki, k'. Miami Biscayne Track a pass from Hopkins for a 13-yard scon-, and Burt Hathaway punched over from the two for the two third quarter touchdowns. Speeee's TD culminated a 7 K-yard march in III plays. In the fourth period, Mike Joseph scored on a 10-yard pass from Bruce Manalan, and Jim Mat row ran over from the four. Hathaway ranked next to Cushman in yardage gained for Forest Hill. He made 7b' yards in 12 carries. Forest Hill gained a total yardage of .'Mi, against only 4.1 for Jupiter. STATISTICS I KH 4 l' First Downs f'.issifiy V,;i' it m 4 Ml 17 Kit I'un's 7 Li 4 1 it, l-'utiihlcs- l.osi ; : Y.itiS IVmilinl 4r. 7 Jupittr (10 0 0 0 l-tms! Hilt T 7 14 N 42 KM linnvn 2, fumhlc recruerv ' Wil sun, Kick t KH AinliTsnn Jr. pas hum Hopkins 'Wilson kick h'H SM'ft v 1 (, pass frutn Hopkins i Wilson. knk1 KH - H;it.i;nv,i 2. run 'Wilson, kick' KH (oscpli U), pass from Man.tlan i Wilson, kick HI Mai row , run Wilson , kick 21 0 got a big majority of his yardage in the fourth period as he scampered 117 yards for a touchdown. 'I'erry Howe was successful in all tliree of his placement attempts. Ilenninger, enjoying one of his best nights of the season got good running support from Hodges who picked up lilt yards. stmisik s NS I'll ! !i s' l)"ivnv ') 1 kti.hint' Y.n (lane 'H -I"' I'.iswm' Yaniaej. " (Mssi's Hi Til .11" iMtn- i. r. in Fumtile'. I."M .1 ,l lis I'l'll. IllI'll S llltlM. I'alin Heal ll II II urtli Slmre II II I'll Modi'rs It, i un Krm't' ki II II k I'll- Ht-nirmt't l.r i n n i R'-vit Pit - Ifl'llllllT 1 1 run i R"Wt kirk' kirk i formerly of Lake Worth and a former champion, Will Home j niu of Canada and Don Han i son ol Winnepeg Canada. i Former I'CA champion Wal j ter liurkeino of Detroit posted an individual 7.i and Hobby! Cruickshank the veteran Scot had a 7H. Score Board mmemmmm NBA Roundup K.ish'rn IMvislon Unn Lost I'K It. -hind t He imt.iii in i Vii't tijIMMioir 11 1 TI! - IMlil.itlclill.l . 1 . xh .1 1 "It 7 I) ,')!K ( V-k 11 11 i 7 Mli-A.iiik.-f JV S t- Wi-slrm litsiin l.os AiliM lfs . . . . 'i 1 W - , T "iiiK J1 , S,in Ki .mi st 'i ti 7 Iii.1 1 s,nt I IhT" 'i 7 li.J i I'hnrmx ... ") h I'.'. .1 Chic. it'" . h 'i lull 1 SiMtiie i i: ;, Thurd.i's H. stilt-. 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I llll', s, llr'1,.1,.,1 t'rlday'sl.aint's ,!!.. ,,i M:nii. s,.'., Mi mil M X. f !-: ins I .III. t 111,,-s s, Ii, .M sahiril.n 's l,;im, ll, I" CI' .,' H.lli.l- ll",i-',,n ,ii in:,'l, s M ini. s,,i., ,,i Km'u, k-. i inn ,:.,m,-s I'nlui.M Suml.iv's (.iiini-s .il X' V,,ik iim smi m' si lifilni,-,! NHL Roundup A record season is in prospect for local jai-alai on the strength of opening night Friday. By the fourth game the crowd was well over the capacity seating of .'j,rU0, estimated at 10 per cent above a year ago, and the handle showed an increase of 18 per cent over the same four games at the start of last season. A newcomer, Torres, got off to a good start, getting in the money in each of his first three starts appearances. He was second in the inaugural, won the second game and was third in the fourth. He figured in the Big Q that paid $.'!i7.60 on the first two games, and the second game perfecta of $278.10. The first daily double of the season, on the third and fourth games, returned $100.80. Opening of'the ltth season on Jai-Alai Clewiston Immokalee rushing per game. Against Van-derbilt, Auburn and Georgia, a tie and two losses, respectively, he has averaged 13. He will start today. Current number one quarterback Larry Rent?, is also hobbled. His cut and bruised right foot has hampered his running considerably and has forced him to relinquish his punting duties to Paul Maliska. If Rent is re-injured today it will be up to Harold Peacock to direct the Florida attack. But if the Gators seem weakened, one has only to look to Kentucky to find a team hit even harder bv the loss of ke personnel. When Kentucky football is clis-cussed the talk will usually center around one player. Diykic Lyons. But Lyons, the man whj has scored 11 touchdowns this year o lead the SIX', separated a shoulder in last week's 6-0 defeat by Vanderbilt, and he is expected to see liltle, il anv, plaving time today. As if Lyons' loss wasn't i enough, first string w ingback Joe Jacobs quit the Kentucky. I squad last week. Coach Charlie ! Bradshaw revealed Wednesday, i The senior from Hobbs. New Mexico, had started every Wild-I cat game for the last three ; years. With Kentucky's two best run j ning backs out of the game, much of the offensive load has been shifted to quarterbacks Stan Forslon and Dave Hair. Both are rated good passers i with Forston throwing the bomb well and Bair being very decep-j tive on pass run option plays. ! Split end Phil Thompson leads the Kentucky receivers wilh lit catches and middle guard Dave Roller is the Wildcats' best defensive player, having been the SKC's defensive lineman of the week once this season. Racing Entric s Is! B.C.. B l'i"i:nns'i,' f H"HM)t't.a Ziila's H.,l),' S.lllll' 'I'iH Saudi Sails Ui, kril Slsii'i 'ataplliil.tlla Sun l'ia '.'nil B.C., R Max Willi,' Willi's Z.illiriaiit t:ii"i:.iiu Simlhllnr ,1 A.'s F.lhi'l DallvSpi'iial 11,'aiiniiss 11,'ha II :lrd-.i 16, 1) Nm ni, in's Nut) Hulii'W I),' RraiK It, 'Hinl II W 's 1'1,.,'ml Sfrii'l Swiu h '! i-alilsruil .1 A s Itiiiini'i Ol, 's I'ossurn 4lh-B( .1) i, ,'ttimi Mr I'lavhm l.aki'siili' Blur llollllll I'.'i; 'M ' Mas Veil Win Mainslii'arn : M ' Till 1 I. -Moll 1'elll Suuk: l.ees,,,, cm HI ik's I'.ltss .1,11 I i.issv I oniinel H 'flit i.j M V Deliah Wh-B.t . A Slid IK Rue's tlusllei I'. in lush Fnfanla Triple Itoekel MsTrui' FleelTai; I'mlillH 9lli-M.(.,S IK Sim iti SI l awlHTlT Itoall I ouiitess Kalhv Mikesl.alili,. l-'iinenl I) t) Daises 'iallanll'ianl Hloailvi'as llllli-M.( ,.S l)"t Foi shun Sonva Mamie Koell luanila Fields lllisU Vale I hamtellnh! Illue I'nl 'l ime Frisky I an I Hli B. ., '('a, nma I. ad .1 A 'sl.ieu S l Tonv Missile llork I. ads Senate! Ill ai,, llerlha Sparks I I. Hide r;t!i-Bc..c M.ivKiiikCiI l.lsaS Carve I Ms l.stllle H allet I ole Fall', Kent I A 'si hli 1)1, k's Doiililoon Iulllsl.ail r,ili-M.( . I) t immlsivi' FiaiHisl'iil,' l.aih CIii'ss vlil.nh K Fi'fiH h ''up,! l-.sni.'ialila Vain Ai'fn' lush ',,'laill,' 6lh B.C.. A Suulln-ni Dud,-Lemon '!'),',' laxl.ooilwin I t)('l(ll Sun SH nek Mnilhi'i Hmtek Muielia ( li.irnp I ,o Not ma Selections I. Sanl Sails, raraphliialia, Sun flay '! ZamiTaiii, Mat H lute W InKi, Kliogarty :l. -I.A.'s Ituad KunniT, Nurman'' Nub, It. ailt Ki nrd I Round Hi t. ( urla. Lai.-sllle Blue ,V KrenehTiipaz. t anipiilslM'. Lady f hrvi 6 CpTdii. Soutlirrn lludd. I.t-inon 'I rer 7 I liLsHvt iininifl. la'cstin, 1 V. Ilellah H Hue s Hustler, I nlaiila, Slrli lly 9 lili''s l.aildie. H Storm. I iKiuent III Stinya, Dusty alp. t andelixht Blue II l.adv Senator. .aitKV. S I' .'s Totiv It Halter (ule. Ill, k s llmililoun. Vty l.ynne wmfm m d a 111(11 I A Id l l I 1 1 1 i E I 7 J Hill ( I ri I N G KID til 7 HI n II t I RIVIERA CITY DOCKS C All 0 Hfif."ONS PH VI 8-7919 NITE Vi 4 4970 l - Sll J. I rtno' . H o-.' , t m i i: st: I" I -in 1 1: st ii" Hit, IM II" I : 1..D, Oo'S 8 )0 4 IV) I f m m ns i 7 0 lmmokalee playing with out six starters because of disciplinary moves held the tigers to 101 rushing yards. Clewiston allowed lmmokalee M2 on the ground and "i0 via the air lanes. SdlKIMi Cli' II 7 ll ll 7 litiiiiiikiiU'i' II II II II II t'sKi dlfi . 5 .mis , Ki i.'.Urrki, k i IMMOK.U.KK Walt Kried-lei' accounted for all of the games points Friday night as Clewiston High scored a 7-b non-conlerencc win over lmmokalee. Kriedler scored on a live y ard run in I he second period as the two teams locked up in a defensive donnevbrook. Florida State will be depending primarily on an aerial game which features the bullet like throws of junior quarterback Bill Cappleman to Ail-American flanker Ron Sellers. and Warcecer Jakes 11 all for the Pacers. F.IC forward Charles Bryson was high point man of the game, scoring 27 points in a losing effort. Palm Beach's next outing comes Tuesday night against Drake. I'alm B, ml, I lluki's Kiwr .laki's .lackso: Firi(ll,' IVrn I. i'i Wilson l i ihsun .Ionian It w m .lui lun li ni ,1 Totals Ha lr olh'KM III HI I i iuplun -' Hill 1 I I'jlli'n H li 22 H.ii iit'h ii n S 1',1,1,'U II I Koi'k.isellnw H II 1 Smith I) u 1"' Kni'll a I I T'ltaN 0 H'hi. .Ir. dill. 4(1 :l " I'alin ll. a, li:l:l 41 " KduUmI one ,1 Nt dan, llnsnn Knmi Nov. 1") marked the earliest start ever for the local fronton. It was the same story a year ago, when a late November slart was earlier than ever before and new records were set for both attendance and betting. The first matinee of the new season will be held today, the first game starting at 1:15 p.m. Eleven games are on the afternoon card, and the nocturnal program, starting at 7:30, will have 12. The third game is the only singles scheduled. The featured 12th game tonight will have Zaguirre, last year's winner of most games, teamed with Suri in the top post. Starting first will be C'oll-Iraola against Urizar-Jose. Then in order come Azpiri-Arrasate, Ler-chundi-Eguia, Trejo-Andrade, Ramon -Ormaza, Roberto-Le-jarcegui and Zaguirre-Suri. Roundup FIKST-5 Points Anlofiit) IVal le KHUTbltle Kuna ol.ihan i Pedro Torres l.asai le Kana Vicamli Aloj.iiidro-Areilio 'iorri I.ul.s l.ti)f'!('t:ui KM'OMt 5 Points (iorri l.nan.i Alejandro t'arte Olalf.iii'i Aicilio 'I oi res Munio.i Lupeteyui Vicandl Fana Baranda KKUrbide Luis THIKH-fiPolnts Andratlc Lejarceui I' V ina Kjjana Olaba rn Munlca Torres Haramlii Anionio Areitio Ktfurbide I'tarlc l.opeb-liUi 1 ( ii he l.uis irte r:it.HTII-5 Points t l.icl.i i irmaa l.errhimtii Stir Coll Jose Cirnon Iraola Apin Hi;uia Zajjuirre -Arrasate NINTH i Points I'riar haol.t Coll Andrade l.eichun'li Arrasate Clacia Iuia Roberto Sut i Trejo i.ejar' euui TKNTII-5 Points Hiimnn Sun Trejo hafii.i l.i'ichundi Andtade Apin i )rrn.ia K"hei 'o An .isate Zaulne Jose Kuia , mun i e I Kobei to Tl'i'jo KOI KTII 5 Point i, on i l.asatle l.iMiibide Pedro !', m, i Mm; ic. i it lie tiai aitd.i Anlnnio l.uis l.opeleCU) Al'i'lllii KIITH-5 Points Torres Vicaridi Alejandro I'edro (iorri KiMnu (H.AHAKKI t l,asafti t li he L'narte Anlonni Mut;ica SIXTH i Points Clat i,t Anas.ile L'nai Orinaa Apin Knui.t fCtflion l.e)ai cetfui .it'iiure Andrade Kohei'lo .lose SK KNTH-5 Points Aleiandni Vicandl KI.EV KNTH-S Points K;.na Art'l o Anlonlo-l.asai te Haharri Iraola hi cut bide Haranda foil Luis ( )i he MuKica l.npeleHUi Arrasafe I 'lacia Suri THKI.rfH-7 Point". (dl Iraola I Tlar .lose Apirl Arrasate l.erchuniti Knula Trejo-Andrade Ramon Orrnaa Robet to I.ejari eKut Zauirre Suri TWELFTH - Double ri Ramon hula 2 l larla Ira..a 7 Trejo Arrasate 7pls. 2(1 IN) Hi 00 t HO ft 7 lb tlb I) 1H H ') HI) H 4 Uiduifla 't-Htm IN) Perfecta i V') M7M 1)UA DO! 'BI.K(S-ij75.!MJ Ballough iSabs Feature Haee State mmlifierl champion Gary RallouKh was the main event winner Friday niyht at the I'alm Beach Fairgrounds Speedway, outduellnj! Uumont Smith In the .'SI lap feature. Bob Brack, the track's defending champion has worked his way deep In the pack and was threatening when he tangled with Kay Clanton and crashed into the wall. Results: First Heat Stockers: Chuck Wooten, Buddy I'earce, Don Denny. Second Heat Modifieds: Randy Tissot, Dumont Smith, Bobbv Brack. Third Heat Stockers: Dick An derson, Red Begstrup, Tom Rus-kin. Fourth Modifieds Roy Button, Paul Connors, Jim Crowe. Stockers Consolation: Pete Luefkins, Jim Brvant. Portus Mellitte West Palm Beach Matinee Entries Night Entries Results Kilts r - 5 16. (' Timi' SI: 'id in s.mi t 'ii 11 KI 7. 'II l'i in Thill- : 11 61) i L!'l I KI I lil Ml I SM i la I I 6 j 41!) Wl , Hoitmi'i I r.iiwh i l laii'lr I .''Imlmi qilillii'la I 16) Ml. XII SKI IIMI- B.I'., B 1 link,' Scot! 'i I 'nm n l'i imvss 2 Kliitinrv ijuimt'la ,16' C.'fl 611 1 II III 1 1)1)1 III 1. 16 1 1 SHIN. Ill lllllll) j 16, II Timi' 11:11 h hilled Tt'MIII (' 1 Hob's Vlrlor r, ( rnnv Cl'ii a li,ii,-hi I I K. S-!1.SI) T, Hli Ki ll - B.C., II 4 J F. s lC,al Ann a Hoyan H Hrai ki'n OnimHa 1 1 ai SM in I', un it - m ( , i) I H.J.'s h't Si.ii r, in -, m, 4 1 h i 4.iw ;i in aim Haiti It :,i III Tiim':ll:!6 TIKI ;lsti inn .'t in 2 in a. in Italia I SI. Ill Tim,' all: 11 .11 IKI In in H in cniicti m i w :i h lei ,i sue 't im luinl,'la 1 17) $1611 III IVrtcrla I 1 11 SIT.'.IHI SIXTH -3 16. A TIlMf J:M i Mannlx A 2.W i. 2 in 1 Wall.-il 2 in I SatnliT m (uini,-la I l 'i) SI'J. Ill IVrli'i la r.' l ) Slt.611 SKVKNTH Ml liiM.all:!!) 1 KI I "ins 1 mi i in i "1 1 ii Alli'i Fn:hi,'i I I" H" 1 I'la li'i l I'lii.H.n I iki Onini,'la III)' SI6.6H 1','rfi'i la 1 1 6 ll III i n, ii in - b ( .. Timr n-.m ' i")HHl'. I!'" K' l 1 I r l-'K v Hii: Hunk OiiiiiI. la i 1 ai ln lllll SIN III - i ( .. S HMi 1 'Ml I 1,11 rli-ila 15 liSIH'ill I imv .'ill : 01 i F iinil.'iii U ln.v, i I'1 mi ii V ", .,h I ,His"ll V i1 ", I. Mill' kll I Ml Ifninii'la r' 7 1 S.K. III I'itIitIu i i 7 ' Ski HII I KS I II - l ( .. S Tim, K:W 1 ,."ha Kia, I I mi I I" .: mi 1 S 'Ian 1.1 ui "' 'i I I. ila . .!'" IIiiiiiii la 1 1 Hi S6:l.;il 1'i rli'i la 1 1 Hi SIM. HI l l.KVKMII - B ( ..( Tlmi' ll :li i, I ll"k,- I") I" 1.' '" "i i H,ii,i'ii Mm, tl 'i I" I llaimi Haiinali mi OllinH.i Hi Hi i'.IM IVrli'rla 1 6 H I TMI.I.KTH - B ( . I Inn,' ll -'H 1 An',1 Ii. i Id in l'i m in I mi I Si . ml.) ti x i11 '" :i Si-ii'ir i li.u, I In Oilinirla 1 1 i i S.VI.IKI I'.-rli'i la 1 1 ii Slll.HII Bll, O '6 Hi 1 1 5 1 SilH.'i till Colts' Hill Inacti alcd BAI.TIMOKK lAI'l Baltimore Colls fullback Jerry Hill, who suffered a partially lorn knee ligament last Sunday aginst the Detroit I, ions, was placed on the inactive list Friday. A Colts spokesman said Hill would be replaced by Terry Cole, a rookie from Indiana, in Sunday's game against St. I.ouis. He will be on the inactive list for four weeks. The spokesman said a decision would then lie made whether to return him to duly or keep him on the list for another four weeks. By ( III ( K VOOKIIIS (.nil K.ditor Three teams lied for first plaie in the I'ro-Am Friday w hich pi eceded the West I'alin I '-each Open which stal ls today at the West I'alm lieach Country Club. Hut I he big noise ol the toui nament was provided by an amateur. Tom Prior, a West I'alm lie.ich lawyer and club champion at West I'alm. Tom knocked in two eagles in the same round a chip in lor a three at the par five second hole, and a Kia-yard, 5-inin shot from a trap that found the hole at the par five Kith, lie did not keep a score other than the holes which lie helped his team. But his team, with Tony Perla, Jr. of I'oin-p. urn Beach, and I II. (iruhuin and Mike Anlonik was in with a ."!) which tied two other teams for first place. Those teams: I'ro Kddie Jtiiics. Spring Valley, N.Y., Joe Mitchell, John Hall ami Tom Da U. I'm c.W. I.ohren. (ilen U".nl, N.Y. wilh .Mickey .Arm i ' i':e, Miirra Fastier anil Ted I hi. inn liilU (iiltii'it. pro, captained l he team ol Di k Chapman, tor nier I'.S, and i'.rilish amateur! champion. Carl YandcrYoort I and AlO'Sleen a hli. i l.o'.v pi o w.i.s Delhi Torre, a t"ur pl.iver, with ,i li7. Tied at ere l.'ihren. ho withdrew ; Irom the open today , Dick Itird ; ol Vei n lieach. Mike Krak til i liaiien. Conn, was in wilh 7b.! and lied at 71 u ere Jim Met 'ov, j i Sports On Air TKI.KVISION (Today) 2 p.iii. XI'.U I OOTR.VLL -SMC s. Arkansas: ( III 12i S T. p.m. NC.U rOOTBAI.I. -Alabama at Miami 1 10 12) (Sunday I 11:1" a.m. (OI.I.FdF FOOT BALI. Notre Panic vs. (ieor gi.i Tech I replay I (1(1) and at 12: Tiont h. 12. 12 noon Ol.l.KtiF. KiOTBM.I. HK.III.K.IITS (Saturday's games. Navy vs. Syracuse. I ( A s. tlregon State, (ieorgia vs. Auburn, Missouri vs. Oklahoma 12:l p.m. (OI.I.FOK FOOT HAM. Florida vs. Kentucky iHeplay) U IIF-:fl) 1:1.5 p.m. NF1. KOOTBAI.I. 1)01 BI.KHKADKK - Dallas ys Washington; H:3(t Minnesota vs. Detroit f 4 and I'll K. 14) 4 p.n AKL FOOTBALL - N ew York at Oakland (5-7 K All 10 (Today ) 1:13 COLLEGE FOOTBALL Florida State at North Carolina State (W'EAT-850) 1:30 COLLEGE FOOTBALL -Notre Dame vs. Georgia Tech (WHEW-lttHM 1:45 p.m. COLLEGE KOOT BALL Florida I'niv. at Kentucky (WDBF 1420 and X:15 COLLEGE FOOTBALL -Alabama at Miami (WEAT-l.'lO) (Sunday) AKL FOOTBALL Cincinnati vs. Miami (WHEW-16nO) ABA BASKETBALL Miami vs. New Orleans (WHKW-IS00) i I HKST 51'Kints Ali'j.inflro t'cili'ii Turivs I. nsm !i Riilifl'lo-KL'iil.i Zatuirrp-AriMsaip SKV KNTH 5 points l.iTchundi Vlcinii Ksjurnide MukU'iI Antonio Suri I nil B.ii'and.i l.'ipclt'nui Ir.toi.i I'li.u I. ins i it be An .is, tie U.ifw Audi ;nli''olrtts I in Mundi i.r,iff , in ( I, triii ,!osr Tivjn h.tol;i Aiuuin Suri I'-nnon Km.t Kolii-i ii, ( ) ttia,1 NINTH 5 Points Coll Andnidr 1'ii, ii Sun K.tmon .lofs AplN l-liNJ I'tojo'Mui .,Uiiii i At i -i sate Ol.tturri Vic, nidi lit;. in, t Anturiiu I'n.irtc I,on'U'KUi Aicilio i iorri Miiuii-a Muui'biile-I.tiis SH OMW I'niiih 'I'm ns Arcilo i.npcfi'KLii Vlciindi nl.ili,ii:i I'mIm i I-'yui liidc i id 1 1 1. ins Orhr I'll. trie Antonio l,.ts.ii'lt' h'.ni.i h'ii ,ind;i 1HIII I'mnls Aiias.itc Apiri l.iTchundi il.i RnlMTln I ( l Oflll.iii KH KTII j Point' it'l l I Ai fliil) Alrj.indrn L.isiii !c K,m.i IVdnj hit; in i'ldf ll.ii'iinda IjllH-ttTIII Mul:ic;i OrtV Luis niTH.i'iiits Turn's r.uli' Ai ; indro Kk.ih.i i M.tb.ti 1 1 ll.ii iiinl.i TKNTH-3 Points l.opcli'iMti I'.LMna liiinrbidc ii ic I urrt-s H,n .imla ( i Mulmc.i Ali-jjruli o An .is.ilc Col! 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By STEV E HARVEY Today's riddle, class, is what has 22 logs and Ihcs emltcddt'd in a tooth, dl ticld'.' The answer, of course, is New Mexico's defensive unit, which has been trampled on at the rate of 42 points per game by its opponents this year. Saturday, the Lobos didn't allow any points, but the sagacious Bottom Ten selectors weren't deceived by these statistics. New Mexico didn't play. Hut the Lobos tO-8) still held on to their No. 1 position in the Bottom Ten, ahead of No. 2 Wisconsin (O-Si, an 8-4,'i loser to Ohio State. Wisconsin's problem is that it can't seem to put two bad games together anymore. In their last games before Saturday's loss, the Badgers barely lost to Indiana, 21-2(1, and to Northwestern, l.'MU. With three weeks left, it's still anybody's race. Mississippi State, Illinois and Rice have yet to win a game, either. And Northwestern (No. KM could pick up valuable ground this week should it lose to No. 8 Illinois. Today's Specialties: Team Last Catastrophe Next Disaster 1. New Mexico ( 0-8 ) ; Idle: New Mexico State 2. Wisconsin i ()-8i; 8-4.'i, Ohio State; Michigan Pitt (1-7); 7-,")(), Notre Dame; Army 4. Miss State (0-7-1:; 11-27, Florida State; LSU 5. Columbia 1 1-bt; Hl-31, Dartmouth; Fenn (. Brown (2-.'i; 0-31, Cornell; Harvard 7.; 21-40, Arkansas; Texas A&M S. Illinois 1 0-8 1; 0-30, Michigan; Northwestern !l. Colorado St. (2-0); 14-16, Wyoming; W. Texas State 10. Northwestern (1-7); 34 08, Iowa; Illinois 11. Baylor (1-0); 12. Washington State (1-6-1); 13. Oklahoma State ( 1-6 ; 14. North Carolina 2-6 ; 1."). Maryland (2-6; 16. Tulane (2-6) 17. Navy (2-6); 18. San Jose State (2-4'; 19. Iowa State (3 6t; 20. Texas Christian (2-6 c Crummy Game of Week (real crummy): Northwestern at Illinois. Rout of Week: Michigan at Wisconsin. Special Citations: For Defense Baylor held Texas to 667 yards in 17-26 loss; Northwestern held Iowa to 639 yards in 68-34 loss. For Good Hands Indiana and Michigan State fumbled 13 times in 24-22 Hoosier win. For a Victory Caltech defeated L'C San Diego, 34-31 (first win in tour years, 34 games). For Consistency: Miami has lost 3-28 to USC; defeated LSU, 30-0; lost to Auburn. 6-31; defeated Pitt, 48-0; lost to Penn State, 7-22, in order. FABULOUS . t.asl liitjon H I, T Pts. UY (i MmitMSil ) ,i ;!n .(m New Vmk . . . ! ." n 1h ", .(. h'ist'.ri . " 1 l i l.t lecnt.' 7 i 1 h 1! J" t 'hici l!" x t. n li i.l 'M I'ellfll li i J 11 ii West llhlMiili t Imuis 7 h j It, j" H l.ev Alineles h t 1 t ) ' rflli.tilel;)!!,! ' J l' i'J )S Minni'M.i.t s 1 11 U 4- ( 'iikl.iriil .... ll' il 1, Tittslini i'h . ii it t". T) MATINEE TODAY 1 P.M. TONIGHT 7:30 P.M. PARI-MUTUEL BETTING f- Tiirnr DC A uUIUUCD 1hnrs(ta's Hi'siills Tor. into '. MmiMe.t! .1 I'hilatielKln.i 1, H'Klon I fiiciyn h. I'l'Sl'Ut't.n 4 Dt'ttml V Anyrlcs 2 ( ni lines si hfl'ilt'ff Krlday's (.amrs N" u.init's scht'dtjii'tt SiihinUv's (iaiiits i,ik!.ind ,i! 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