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Palm Beach Post-Times, Saturday, Nov. 16, 196813 Brown Seeks First AFL Win From Wilson I '' 5 1 's. C which starts at 1:30 p.m. Instead, he will start Sam Wyche, the scholarly passer from Fur-man. Wyche, brought up from the taxi squad three weeks ago has pleased the Bengal coach with fine performances against Houston and Kansas City. The Bengals have lost seven straight games in this, their first season, but last Sunday lost 16-9 to the strong Kansas City Chiefs. And Wyche was a key performer in that game as he has been in the last two games. Wyche has connected on 32 of 46 passes for 321 yards and a touchdown. His favorite targets have been Bob Trumpy and Hod Sherman. Another rookie, halfback Haul Robinson of the Bengals, used the KC game to take over the AFL rushing lead. The speedy Bills. The Dolphins scored all their points in the last half while the Bills got their 17 in the first half. The victory hiked Miami's season mark to 3-5-1, good for third place in the Eastern Division. Griese has thrown 12 touchdown passes this season and has completed 118 of 229 passes for 5048 yards. He's had 15 passes intercepted. Griese's prime target is split end Karl Noonan, who has caught 41 for 567 yards. Seven of Noonan's catches have been for touchdowns. Flanker Howard Twilley has pulled in 28 passes for 421 yards and one touchdown. Halfback Jim Kiick is the Dolphins' leading rusher with 415 yards in 113 carries Robinson ran for 115 yards to make his season's total 705. He leads KC's Bob Holmes by nine yards. The 6 4 Trumpy leads all Cincinnati receivers with 2" grabs for 452 yards and two touchdowns. Red haired Rod, the former Southern California star, is close behind with 25 receptions for 297 yards. If the Bengals hope to snap their losing streak and dunk the Dolphins they'll have to put the clamps on quarterback Bob Griese. This they did not do in the first game with .Miami. In that one the former I'urdue whiz passed for 1X6 yards and three touchdowns. Last Sunday Griese led the Dolphins to a 21-17 eome-from-behind victory over the Buffalo By ED PLAISTED Executive Sports Editor MIAMI (AFN) If the Cincinnati Bengals defeat the Miami Dolphins this Sunday afternoon in their American F ootball League game in the Orange Bowl it will be the first time Coach Paul Brown has ever won a regular season contest from Coach (ieoi go Wilson. Both the Bengals' Brown and the Dolphins' Wilson coached in the National Football League where both were selected "Coach of the Year" during their careers. Broun, who founded and coached the Cleveland Browns in hoth the All-American Conference and the NFL, compiled a pro record of 167 wins, 53 defeats and 9 ties for a .719 percentage. Despite this great mark, Brown has found Wilson coached team's a hit of a jinx. When Wilson coached the Detroit Lions of the NFL, George's clubs beat the Browns twice in the regular season and once for the league title. And Wilson's Lions also defeated Brown's Browns in the NFL runnerup bowl game. In preseason NFL competition in the NFL, Wilson holds the edge, six games to five. Four weeks ago in their first AFL meeting in Cincinnati, the Dolphins edged the Bengals, 24-22 in a cliff-hanger. This Sunday the Dolphins are rated a seven-point choice. Brown probably won't start John Stofa, the former Dolphin quarterback, in Sunday's game i i J0 PAI L BROWN ...Bengal Coach GEORGE WILSON ...Dolphin Coach I BOWLING By Chuck Voorhis I ) I If' Py PRO FOOTBALL By Elinor Kaine .J?s- AFL Kansas City -I Boston 7 at Kansas City Boston put in some special now plans lor San Diego last week Out nothing happened except that Nick Buoniconti went out for the season. Without Nick even silly, malic Kansas City can score. Hie Chiefs play like too much firewater in teepee. Miami 1 Cincinnati III at Miami Miami may have momentum going for them, and Larry Csonka back. The Dolphins are a year older than the Bengals. They are supposed to be a year wiser. Pm' ' if L.' L. '. ,: w """" 7 UT""" r " ' - - WIBC Tourney Set In February The Women's International Bowling Congress in Palm Beach County has picked 'he month ot February lor its annual championship. The Board of Directors ol the ootin' gioup s.'le. ted the (iarden Lanes for the team ninpetiui." and th" Riviera Lanes lo! the singles and doubles. ..The WIBC meml)o;s meetiii:: is soh"d uh d for McArthurs December in at 7:.'.o p.m.... A five-man team from the Riviera Lanes made the K.KI-milc trip to lluntsville, Ala., to how l in the Rocket City ( lassie. Bowlers making the trip were Chuck Frost, lini Passinos, lim Holland, John Petras and Bobby Thompson, ( hock Frost reports that, as a team, the Riviera squad did not fare too well hut Passinos and Holland an' leading the event in the scratch doubles with I.IIJJ and in handicap with I.JWl, Holland had a 673 and Passinos (W0. In the singles and all events, Petras among the leaders with a Mi single and 1,793 in all-events... IIK.IILU.in'S: Junior-Meadows wilh a hat. i2-lti in the Saw-grass League at Triangle Center.. .Kim Blake, an li yeai old wilh a 18!t in the Bantam League at Lantana Lanes... 211 by Pa trioia Bradley, a l.i'J average bowler in the Sunday Mixed I.eaRue at Major League Lanes... A lt triplicate for Letcher Nimminger in the ( (immunity Loop, Riviera Lanes... A 121 set for Joe Anderson, a los average bowler in ihe Monday Cofteo I IN FT SPECIAL Denver 211 Houston 17 at Houston Alter the tremendous beating by Oakland D( over should be up lor the Oilers. Houston's ofletise will bo sharper bark under glass but Dcnvi i. if you can believe it, should have more consistent qiiurtorbaekiiig on Sunday than the ( Jilers. SUNFISH CLASS SAILBOATS ROUND A MARKER BlOY DURING RACK Sailing Regatta Today On Lake Mangonia Oakland 20 New York 13 at Oakland Oakland is favored hy a touchdown bec ause the Jets are famous for losing in California. Against a strong defense Panic 1. anionic.! has played well for only three-quarters of one game this whole season, the Raider rematch vs. Kansas City. Now that Daryl has hurt his back and missed more than a week of practice George lilanda might he Oakland's host bet to w in this Ml S T game. San Diego 35 Buffalo flat Buffalo Buitalo has losl J h i quar'ei backs this srasun. All No. -1 can hope lor is a blimli'i, nm-stni rn '" hi: CulLtlo Suwl.iv afternoon around 1:28 p.m. t i League at Riviera... SPARE PICKIPS - At Lantana: Jane Day art. 2-7-ln in BOATING By Honk f-roshoug the t'Old Coast Braido the a 7 ' the Thursday Night Mixed. ..Jack Starr. 1 fi in Scratch at Major.. .Cass Hcrot the 2 7-'.'. Maximum! the 4-5- If) in the Cinderella ot Riviera... LAKE MANGONIA will be the scene of some torrid sailing activity todav and Sunday, as the Palm Beach Lakes Sailing Club hosts the 1S Sunfish Singles Sailing Championship races. Racing starts both days shortly after 10 a.m. and there is no charge for spectators. Any Sunfish class sailor is invited to enter, but he must register before the 10 a.m. skippers meeting Saturday. Ed Rogers of Cocoa Beach, Florida Sunfish Association president, said he expects to have more than 30 entries in competition with hoats coming from Key West to Cape Kennedy- Among the top sailors who are expected are Joe Schmidt of Miami, Frank Odom of West Palm Beach, and Dr. Gil Punches of Vero Beach, all past state title holders in the class as well as the present champion Paul Lindenberg of West Palm Beach. NFL Cleveland 35 Pittsburgh I at Pittsburgh Every lime c.x Steelei QB Kill Nelson completes a pass for Cleveland Steelei coach Bill Austin comes just a little bit closer to an end-ol -season ,ie. Playing in Pittsburgh Nelson will bo hying harder. event without an excessive amount of calculations for the race committee since every boat starts at the same time and all finish at the same time. Lites: Tommy Chitwood "27 'lX2i Nancy Miller a07 C!07', Judy Altos 101 i I'll i, Pat Morris ISO, Nancy (iraber 17'.i, Camhn Cole 17a. ..ItCA Trio: Bob Braber (ibi (2117 20!l 21101. Miek BellaCia W)7 1 21a i, Charlie Vance 211, Don Hughes 20',l 201, Don O'B rii mi and ' i. ( i K veevoi 2nus ,. Dallas 12 Washington III at Washftigton The Redskins lost their running hack Gerry Allen and the two tribe elders, quarterbacks Sonny and Jim, are both wearing protective casts. Washington's defensive line isn't famous for its rush and the roach, Otto Graham, didn't know what yard line his team was on last week in Philadelphia. Strange things always happen in Philadelphia. THE FLORIDA SAILING ASSOCIATION has its sights set on the 1972 Olympic Games sailing at Kiel, Germany. . .Already, yet. Commodore Bemie Kerr of West Palm Beach says a meeting will soon bo held to determine on a common class of boat to be used in a stale-wide junior sailing program. . .the idea being to develop future Olympic competitor s. THE NEW MIAMI DIN NER KEY BOAT SHOW stal led Friday and will run through next Tuesday. The show is open 11 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. tonight and Sunday, while Monday and Tuesday its hours are 2 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. PALM BEACH LAKES SAILING (TLB is also planning a new-type handicap regatta at Lake Mangonia on Dec. 15. . .It is a twist (jn Portsmouth type racing for clubs with boats ranging over a wide span of ratings. . .faster boats will be expected to complete more laps than slower boats around a relatively small triangular course. . . Such widely varied craft as OK Dinghies, Windmills, Sunfish, Fireballs, Flying Dutchmen and Sharks will compete in the same ill ; ! Pill .1 AROINOTIIE LANES VEKUES TROPICANA - Kay-Cee league: Danny O'Brien 'i'Xl. Dan Hill and Nancy Camoi 521s, George Crossley a07, Lee Osborn aOU, Anita LeMieux 42(1.-..Verdes Commercial: (ieoige Robbins Tititl, Dio Queen Tiaa, James Morris 55.1, William Ma guire .Vill, John Mcllrov 2UH. John Helming 207, Victor Andor son 20li... (lassie Doubles: Wayne Fake till!) OM7, William Rhodes m C2I4), Mike (iilbert 585 (211), William Slither 2SX, Al Pender 2'2K, Robert Roma tin 21 1. ..Sunday Night Mixed Foursome: .lack Kelly 5(i5, Frank .lesmer 552, Dale ( line 3il9, Larry Howard 207, linger Logan lil, .lames Curtis 203.-..Star Roofing Mixed: Boh Simmons 5!I3, Ray Meeker 541, Phyllis Tullis 2111, Beverly Story ltid, Boh Harris IM... RIVIERA LANES - No Tap Tournament: Wes Logan SII, Bill Morris 77H. Tom Tuck 73S. F 1 wood l.an gdon 711, R ubv Weakly 711, Phil Sargent o'.i'.l. ..Cinderella: Maxine Braido 517 HH.1i, Mary Milling r.H il!Kn, Doroen Winkleman 17!t MStli, Ricky Dressol and Juno Acker man litis, Cass Herot 1S1, Rhea Hall ISO... COMMI NITV: Buddy llrv an 591 (2lti), Charles Amnions 5H0 ( '111), Lester Leh 36 (1!)7), Hot Fishing Continues Minnesota 211 Detroit III at Minnesota The Vikings are inexperienced. Last time they beat the Packer's the, clulchei! and collapsed the following Sunday against the Bears. Detroi! expects to have Fan and Kdd back sound but this ,i must game fr the Vikes. Tie- Lions trail Minnesota In l'j names but should win their last lour easih. The Vikes still must play Rams, I'Vi s and ( 'oils. Baltimore 17 St. Louis II at Baltimore Earl Mo trail wasn't throwing well against the Lions last week. Baltimore's situation depends on whether the Cult de-tense can continue to lake care of things until John I nitas comes hack and regains his timing. IK John I nitas comes hack. A if OUTDOORS By Ed Buckow If the fishing today turns out to be anything like i! was Friday, a lot ot fishermen are going to be counting fish at the end of the day. This was the action Friday: Ponipano were taken in the waters of Lake Worth for the second day running; saillish were running in packs oil Palm Beach and lloynton inlets; bluolish were taken at the Juno Beach Pier and in the s.ii'f farther northward; trailers look big Spanish mackerel in the "Hole" south of St. Lucie Inlet; bluolish were stacked up in the surf at Jensen Beach; speckled perch were nj vv V V V V V W(j p.. ' ' '-; ,1 I (IfcWiMA.'..' ,'itUWviiklrtlUll ! t IN (ENTER OF IAXE WORTH Tropical Park Saturday Entries PHONE 582-361 5 J' MATINEE EVERY DAV f.'.J 1ST SHOW 2:00 M j. y i v A CHIP SHOTS rH 4. isi o mi.ii i. V. IV.-I Shr'i'M !j .-. . r.ilst,i Bii.ii:. II.iiiiI M.Miiil.ini ( I I.e. i i iim S.i II. lush cm 'i .ti.iNw,i M,nsh Kmc I i m - iiki xhliMMii Mi'. Ii M.Kl.lll..- H.-II.-i t,,i, I'll.' M.uiic Clirl lt..n;,m lluli.n. C A:lu !ncl--,i:il.ll.-'VO,t. yii. . - r.. lit lltl. l it.. . c. Km.: , lv; vi M li. i I . ink M. nn SI ii !l;ii- H.iiilii,. ,l!..!l.. lli'lv Urn. Ti. ii' ' .rni. ,111 lili.l SI. en num.: Huii Bill Dachler 221, Al Pinder 215, A. D. Rogers 27, Clayton Cooper 205, Ray Bowers 2(13, Elwood Laugdon 2112. ...Monday Coffee: June Aekorman IHX 11711, Cilia Hinds 171 ( 17 1 1 , Kickie Dressol IKS (Ititi), Alice Wablers 17X, .losie Anderson lti7, Anne Conway IK2...H inter (lassie: (iene Bartee 572 (23), luhn Braswell 5B2 (210 215), Sam Turner 533 (I!l2i, lim Simpson 2IHI, ( arlton lies tor ll. TRIANtiLE CENTER All Stars: Mac Biglow -.! ' jiKii l.m manuel (iaiiett IH7 i 171 . Karlene llanell .'Vis 1 1 II .. .Saw-grass: Junior Meadows liail i'2ttii, llarvev Leiiions ti.3'2 i2ID, KM. I l'i. Kim: Sh,. hitting on north shore of Lake Okeechobee, and bass fishing waslivel v in the Belle ( ilade area. II was quite a day. The last salt water fishing developed in the backwash of the northwester. With a change in wind direction to southeast forecast today, the coastal fishing may not he as Rood as it was Friday. Small migratory gamefish will have a tendency to hack up northward. For example, the mackerel schools backed up into the "Hole" just south ot SI. Lucie Inlet yesterday. Commercial not fishermen took large catches of big mackerel there. Tom (loldmoir and Charles Shoiip, trolling in that area look lib mackerel in three hours. The pompano fishing in Lake Worth during the day was as hot as it was Thursday, with most nl the fish being taken south of Peanut Island drift fishing wilh sand fleas. A largo number ol sicable catches were chocked in at Lake Side Tackle and Seafood during the day. the biggest hauls running from .50 lo .(a pomps per lisherman. Irish O'Neil relumed to Bill's Saillish Marina with 21 pompano; Jim McCimlv came in with 22, and Coales Johnson scored a catch of 17. It was strictly a hluefish day at the Juno Beach Pier, the fish hitting a variety of artificial lures. The fishing was the host in the morning, but there were scattered pickups of blues during much of the day. Les Free, Frank Williams and Ben Benjamin each took 15 hluefish, and there were many more catches,. Bninig Moske, ol the Fishin' Hole, said the commercial net boats pulled into the fish houses there all day long, loaded wilh mackerel. He added that the bluelishing was excellent in the Sun Parlor, located on the north inshore turn from St. Lucie Inlet. Fred Clark and Charlie Mills, fishing in the Sun Parlor with cut bait, took Wi bluolish. The top surf catch checked in at the Snook Nook at .lensen Beach was I (HI hluefish. They were taken on Krocodile spoons hy Mr. and Mrs. (iunther Blog. Capl. Frank Aidine of the Sail Ahoy said saillish weio "failing all over the place" a short distance northeast of Palm Beach Inlet , lid V A I, I' AL M BKACH ( Ol .M KV ( LIT! - Pete An (hows, wilh a gross nl Tli, won the President's Trophy in the annual Telephone Pioneers tour nament at this club. Ralph Fish cor w is runner-up with 77 ami third place '.cent to licit) Fvaf witli a 7'.i. Andrews was also Im not in the Championship lligl with Im followed by Jim Viokoi 71t, and Fosler Sipperlv an Fisher with 70s. In Flight A, it was (Jeorg Ogle and Victor Zduniak wit! 70s, (ioorgo llonrion 72 and liar old Chambloss with 71. Flight I went to Rowland Schachl wit' 71, llamiltiiii Cox 71. Kduan Jensen 71 and Bob Sohoncmau 7ti. And in Flight C. it was llow aid Rector til, Mike Burns and Jim Redwino 71s, and John Cur tin Tl. . . KKKAKKKS (iOLF ( 1,1 B - lath hole with playing partners Butler Scott. Karl Nichols and ( 'I in Bardon, his lirst ace in sov en years of play. . . Olio Rose also at the lath wilh a li iron, while playing with Chuck Hud sun, A! Tt oviok and Harry Kas tv, and ( ieno ( I'Brien wilh a I imti at the 1st h with John Nioh ols and l.on Kurtz. . . IMi A N ATION AL (iOI.F Ll IS Clarence Hodgin and Sid (iroenberg icon a team competition ot the Senior Men's 1 1A w ith a best ball net of lia. In at tiV were Kind Kaufman and Dr. Richard Saunders, and at li'l. (ioorgo M a honey a nd Bill Brown, Kd Farwoll and l.on Clark, Cal Landau and Charles Wilson. Tied with 70s were six teams Bill Halts and Jack Burleigh, Bob Daley and Bob Huninger. Russ (iroen and Ralph Busi Ii, Rnss Kistler and A I Pavev. Jack Dille and -s :li'!l-!.i,.l.Oii, I ill I- Mi Km t wi i,,. t !nit I " 1 1 I" . ' "mi i:i-k wit " . hli" i"i t- I .f, T h Hi, h;is ., S. lll l'l Sl'.l Ir iC-i Jml I'.. ., h I'.l. rl I Ikl'l I, I tr Kll ll It's a crusade with us! . . . Giving the best insurance possible at a price that's right. You'll find that our experience and insurance know-how mean top-notch protection through a Dorsey insurance Plan lor your home, car, family or business. Phone, write or . . Russell Fox aKh (212 cMuekj league: Ray (iilvin tin.1 i22!iU Bill Marshino 57X i '), Burton i Raw Is 571 '2 IS i... Lake Road run-1 ners: Itoo Marshino 550 i215i. Ruin Cantnll Is'. i2u'n, Dora' Bolchor li.l ' IM '...Early Birds: : Joan Tut ker 171 Msoi. June! ADULT HITS Lemons If! il(i2', Maty Linn plin lit; ' Hi ii . tiladetles: Mar tha Bruno ",.!() r., Frances Mol.eon I'M i l'l'ii, Betty Brvson 175 ' liil'...Ro( ketles: Pal Bar 'on 5! I . 1 s 1 . . Wanda Puulk M.i ' Jlfi . T at) ' irisiei 512 1 1 S." . . . (iVRDEN LANKS: Friday Night Mixed: Jake Franek 5.51 inshoie trum the ted bell buov. Angleis on Ids boat caught two j sails, and Frank said they had so many chances at billlish that hi ; lo-! count. Seven sails, hig amherjack, some mackerel, kings, snapper and a few dolphin came in aboard the boats at Boynton. Drift twin r t Ji CHAS. R. DORSEY i WrKii I 1. 1.1.11 i'IIHA i, I li. ssrtjri Jr i ii'n llh-:I..IIHI1 nl. . IVO.BI Alllliic lilc I' llsl tj u !'nl:i'.iliiiin: II iml.ii ,i n,.. Ku-ii .i I 'if, in 1 1 Kn l: K.I.H-. ! i.ilili.Aci sm,... I'liili- ,, M.i, ki.'l Ml Mis Wi iiMli: Til I -s :nhJ.7iKi..i.:io.n. sii. :ln ,ii.l li-Mlii. Iii. v(!il.i llulSi.i,, I 'h.ii'i.'m T" ikr Cli.iriir M...ii! . ,..! I. l:l Mll'nkri' U....I Win lit V. IMS I l !!".'! 1'I.IS " I, .i! Xiii.in im hill M . M. hi,. Mi i. Ki.rti- e.'iiv i ..im. riTuili ni: II, ,.,;r U.11.I..M CiH . . I .if.!:..,' wl.lHllr M.lll Mil j.'WI. .1. IV lip. HI. S 1 1 1 l'i i pi'l I.'!' 'aU I U! Il'i wll.isH Hi e. Si . ill li I Sinl.l I- ill's. Ill l wl'i.iiric I ..i:i:;ui':iiiii' Vlllr l i Ami A! mil l.nrd N. lsi.n I I ('. i i in xttiitrrninv Vi t'. 'i M.i iV.im N.li... I'. 7ih S.7(m, l. :tY ip. B I. A ll" I.' M lltll Vnu xMi .l.ini:!.. l,, k.'l Trouhlf Sks,il. l'i, 'ilniunl .In Iwl.e '1'iv.isuiy I iki'Sllk Hilllll's! IThii.kSn mh t.M. ilr, :IMI up. Iml. 70 il' ( mini OtI.ht K.it Si.in Man Li s I'.ii.ilmK Ml '.iki' Al.ilrlK.. Trish M I-' . Own ts.wiih s I'.'t f-'ivisinit 9th lO WKt ..ilili d, IVO up. S I. T III' in M i'iiii,.irlds Mm ftii'D'ik.' I' Mik..: ('.. mm Kri.-nit !.,!h si .nr M is'it Sim.- linn lane h'nst 0r.imi. KlMni; Hlinrl , l i.il.imi j l 'riiwnrd K:ni: .1 Hiiiri..nln llllh-:l mm.. I :IVO nn 1 I IS ml xl'iiM.'lilci. sHimatMul I'l'uw I-'lKhl 1 ..'OIK., .l l ,,iil;in tt.inui'i 2nd Th .1? I'.h xx'ilil.lnhn Peel tlin kllr. ! Minnt.iurn xV-.t'ii OepSlnuer ,i Fence Post Km ' a'e. nwin'.l enlrv x ". xx 7 Ids ,i,k . Virginia Stewart with Minus won a point (imta tournament i the Ladies (,A with Dot Lewi and Virginia Dodge next at Mi nus .'! in Class A. Margaret ( loo rum won ( lass li with Minus-, and tied for second at all eve wore Ka Winthrnp and Be Burns. In Class C it was Mar Ann Hardy Minus ". and tied a Minus 2, Betsy Mooreiioad. J,r Sehmid and Mary K. Mallame Class D went to Peggy Saurmar at Minus 2 and runner-up spot tn Venieil Warrington, Minus 1. . , ACES OF THE WEEK - James F. Lemon of Boca Raton with a 5-iron on the 12a yard lath hole at Sherwood I'ark (iolf Club. Playing with him were Ralph White, Walter Kit sell and Howard Lewis. . .W. W Marshall with an S iron on the 1111 yard Sth hole of the I'alm Beach Par Three Club. It was his first ace and his wife watched him make it. . .Jeff Warren with a H iron on the th hole of the I'fiA West Course while playing in the I'alm Beach Bo(;oy Club tournament with (ioorgo Kern, (ieno Haggerty and Pete Clausen . . . At the Lake Worth (iolf Club: Karl (lodwin with a 6-iron at the boat fishing should he good this weekend. On the fresh water scene, speckled perch were taken at Kings Bar on the nor' h shoremf Lake Okeechobee Fiiday, and bass INiing was excellent in the Belle ( ilade area. llvu ut v I he Pipeline Beginning Monday, boatmen should exorcise caution in navigating St. Lucie Inlet, and should use only the channel. A pipeline will be installed from the south beach to the dredging area of the end of the north jetty. This project is intended to deepen the channel and deposit sand on the south beach to combat beach enosion. The Prosperity Dredging Co, warns that "some pipe may be out ot the water a little bit at low tides," and boaters should avoid shallow areas. Charles Kraus. Nippv Paisoll and llarrv Wisnker. . . WEST I'ALM BEACH COl'N-TKV ( Ll B - Three teams tied in the weekly club Pro Am with a'K. They were Mitch tiurnlo, John VanRxn, Bill (irace and Bud Vorkle ; Mike Konar, A I Fier, Bob I.awson and Cy Spon; Joe Mitchell. John Hall. Dun Khrlor. Dick (ieyer. Host pro Dub Pagan and his assistant Mike Konar lied lor low pro at 7a. . .Bon Holliman used a wedge to hole out his third shot on the par five IKa-yaid second hole for an eagle. . .Blind bogey winners: Bob Bleckner, Riley Moore. Bob Singleton, Bob Sim-es, Hal Monchick, Jack Abort, Ernie Davenhauer, Jim (ira ham, Ed (ientry, Tom Thomson, Jess Allison and Hemic Pago. . . LAKE WOKTII tiOLK ( Ll B In a Nineolers (iA net tout nament, Jacob Spies won Class A with XI. Leonard Spies had .12'.. and at .'I.'!1;. Frank Willyos and William I. option. In Class B: Jim (ioorgo and Phil King .'(.'is, John Dions ,'H. Class C: Milton I.indbloom Ki, Howard Jackson M and at ,'17'.; Clem Trunnell and (iideon Carlson. . . INSURANCE (221 1, Don Senger 553 (211), Ray Strassburger 553 (l!tl), Betty Smith 1X5 (175), Millie Mirkovich 1X1 (I7I), t.ina Hands 171 ( 171). ...Morning Mrs.: ( ami McCoy 513 (179)-...Busi h: Leon Blam hard 5111 (201, Rene La( asse 517 (1XS), Boh Bouc hard 516 (221). Dick McKenna 51S (I9t), Harry Smith 51 1 (ISO)... MAJOR LKAdl'E LANES, (iold Coast Scratch Victor Dottor W (22f), Robert Conn of 12 (2.171. Art Trout 5ti.t 22'it, Tom Barnes 2t4, Sieve Tiama 247, Harry Mearbell 2 W... Sunday Mixed: Mike Moloney 6.12 (2561, Terry Wisniewski 5xx'(205-207), (ieorge Summerall 581 I226L Wavne Sigmon 5.1.1 (21H, Pat Bradley 522 (211), Norb Na-piantek2(W... JCPITER LANES Jupiter Mortgage Loans ST Scots IMav Pine Crest seeking their eighth win of the year against two losses. One of the defeats came against today's rival, Pine Crest and the Scots are out lo avenge the 21-7 FT. I.Al'DKRDALK - St. Andrew's School for boys closes out its 1WH football season this afternoon at 2 p.m. when the Scots tackle Pine Crest here. Coach Jim Davis' Soots are fa! 1 OllJiiiili irtwaj

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