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E2 Palm Beach Post-Times, Sunday, Nov. 17, 1968 Tide JFashes Over Miami Dog Racing Football Results J The first half was a defensive exhibition with Alabama not recording Its first down until 7:52 remained - Alabama's offense was kept in check by the Ted Hen-drlcks-led Miami defensive unit until the waning moments of the first quarter. Then Crimson Tide Quarterback Scott Hunter, a 198-pound sophomore, connected with flanker Johnny Sutton for a 73-yard touchdown pass that put Alabama on top 6-0 with only two seconds left In the period. The Hurricanes got their chance when Jerry Pierce Intercepted an Alabama pass on the Tide 35. Pytel hit Best on a 13-yard toss to the 20 and then found John Acuff with another one close to the goal line. Best's dive made It 14-6. Biscayne Track M Tin .M iSandv Satis S 60 380 3.00 6 Wicked Sister I SO 3.60 4 Some Tov 6 00 (JatawU i4) tll.fM Feriectt Itml M-rC.TInva.SS 8 Reba H. 4.30 3 40 3 60 1 Mai While Wings 3.60 J 80 7 Braumlu 5.00 tfianleU (141 Sit t Perferta (HHU.at DAILY DOUBLE IS4ISII.4I lr-MI DTImell ) 3 Readv Record 18.20 8 60 5 60 5 Secret Switch 3.60 3 40 6 Seahtscult (.40 Qutaiela (S-5) W Perferta (1-1) I7I.M 4th-B.C DTImeJ4.4 I Com 7 80 3 40 2 60 TlllllsLad 5.20 2 60 3 Lakeside Blur 2.80 Qvtilela (44i mM Perfecta (Ml Ut.N ath-M.C, D llmelMI 1 Mildav K. 12 80 5 20 .) 3 Ladv Chess 4.40 3 00 8 Getadle 2.80 (tattilcla (34) ISS N Perfect. (4-1) S84.W M-B.C.-ATImeU.M 2 Union Tree 3.60 2 80 2 60 1 Southern Dude 6.20 4 80 5 jun Struck 3.80 Quilela (1-t) ta.a Perferta (2-1) $48.80 BY DON BOY KIN MIAMI (AFN) - Alabama's Crimson Tide seemed bent on being rude homecoming guests In the Orange Bowl Saturday night, taking a 7-0 lead over the University of Miami at halftlme. Alabama won the game, 14- 6. Early In the fourthquarter, Miami appeared on its way to a tying touchdown, as sophomore quarterback Lew Pytel completed three straight passes. But on Pytel's fourth toss of the series, Alabama's Mike Dean intercepted on the Tide 33 and dashed the entire 67 yards lor his team's second TD. Dean then kicked the conversion to widen the gap to 14-0. Miami got on the scoreboard with 2:57 left in the game on a short plunge by Bobby Best. A pass for a two-point conversion failed. Vikings, Devils Clash Friday For Atlantic Title By TODD OWERS Staff Writer A grudge game with the Atlantic Conference championship riding on the outcome shapes up Friday night when Kennedy High and Roosevelt knock heads on the Cooley Stadium gridiron. Kennedy's Vikings are undefeated through eight starts and have already wrapped up a state playoff berth. Yet the Vikings need this one to win the Atlantic Conference Championship. A win over arch-rival Roosevelt In their last regular season game would put the final touch to a perfect football season. Mike Bean's perfect placement made It 7-0. Miami threatened to pull even early tn the second quarter, penetrating to the Alabama eight before a David Oli-vo pass was picked off by Alabama's Tommy Wade at the seven. But the Hurricanes had another scoring drive going a few minutes later at their own 47 after the Tide was forced to punt. Ollvo hit end Dave Kallna for 12 yards and John Acuff for nine more down to the Alabama 32. After Ollvo picked up three yards to the 29 on a keeper, the 191-pound senior once again had a pass picked off, this time by Alabama's Wayne Owen. First half statistics showed Miami holding the upper edge in first downs with eight compared to Alabam's five. The Hurricanes also outdistanced the Tide In the rushing department 39 yards to one. Scott connected on nine of 20 passes for 125 yards in the opening two quarters while Ollvo was good on eleven of 21 for 135 yards. Grid Dust Governor Claude Kirk was In attendance it Saturday's game. This same was the first regular season football contest to be latlonally televised at night. Saturday night's meeting between Miami and Alabama was the eighth. Alabama holds a 5-2 edge In the series and has outscored Miami 135 to 92. Miami coach Charlie Tate was gunning for his 30th victory Saturday night as Hurricane head football coach. He went into the game with a 29-18 record, plus three ties. VI EAST Pcnn. St. 57, Maryland 13 Army 26, Pilt.O Colgate 10, Lafayette 6 Harvard 31. Brown 7 Pran 13, Columbia 7 Dartmouth 27, Cornell 6 Syracuse 44, Navy 6 Yale 42, Princeton 17 C.W. Post 25, Vt. 10 Rutgers 41, H. Cross 14 Union 22. Hamilton 13 Springfield 42, Tufts 3 Boston Coll. 45, VMI 13 Amherst 24, Williams 17 Bucknell 31, Lehigh 27 N.Hamp.lS.Mass.O PMCColl.22,Swarth.9 S. Conn. 17, C. Conn. 6 C.(;uard34.RP120 C Mellon 26, Wash. & Jeff. 0 Kings Pt. 43. J.C.St. 7 Conn. 35, R. Island 6 Wilkes 23, Lebanon 16 Del Vy. 14, Susquehanna 7 Delaware 41, Boston U. 13 Drexel42,W.Md. 14 Juniata 27, IVIoravian 20 Ursinus 35, Haverford 13 Allegheny 42, Rochester 19 Eliz. 36, Livingstone 18 Albright 28, UpsalaO GlassboroSt.27,Mont.St.20 SOUTH Florida St. 48, N.C.St. 7 Florida 16, Kentucky 14 Tenn.31,Miss.0 Virginia 63, Tulane 47 W. Va.30,Villanova20 Clcmson 24, N. Carolina 14 Duke 18, Wa!;e Forest 3 Georgia 17, Auburn 3 Memphis St. 40, Wichita 18 Morgan St. 40, Norfolk 7 J.C.Smith 39, Fayetville 14 R-Macon 35, Millsaps 12 Wash. & Lee 14, Wash. 3 Albany St. 33, Savannah .30 Guilford 35, Catawba 33 N.C. A&T33,Va.St.7 E.Tenn.24,M.Tenn21 Troy St. 76, Concord 0 Tenn.TechlO.APeayO CNewman24,Presby.23 Murray 58, Evansville 22 W. Ky. 14, Akron 14 Centre 43, Hanover 14 MoreheadSt.Ky.St.O Carolina Coll. 60, Va. Union 0 HSvdnev 7, W. Liberty 0 Spring Hill 20, Loyola 19 Miss. Vy. St. 26, B-Cookman 6 Capital 40, Otterbein 28 Marietta 42, Heidelberg 0 Defiance 35, Kenyon 7 Wooster23,Oberlin 21 Ashland 29, Findlay 6 Adelbert 7, Case 2 Thiel 12, J. Carroll 6 Lincoln 24, Cent. St. 0 Akron 14, W. Ky.14 NEMo.9,NWMo.7 Bethel 9. Bethany 3 SW Kansas 33, Emporia 0 MIDWEST Ohio St. 33, Iowa 27 Davton 10. Toledo 3 N. Dame 34, Ga. Tech 6 Illinois 14, N'westemO OhioU.60,Clncy. 48 Xavier23. Kent St. 7 Michigan 34, Wise. 9 Minnesota 20, Ind. 6 Purdue 9, Mich. St. 0 Kansas 38, Kansas St. 29 Earlham41,Ind.Cent.l2 Oklahoma 28, Missouri 14 B-Wallace 28, Northern 0 DePauw 18, Wabash 7 111. St. 42, Bradley 26 N. 111. 7, B.Green 6 Ind. St. 14, W. 111.10 Principla 24, 111. Coll. 7 Concorida 20, Chicago 13 111. Wesl.31,Elmhurst0 L.Forest 13, Wilin'ton7 Hillsdale St. 7, NorbertO C.Mich. 35, Wayne St. 6 E.Mich.l4,Wltfberg7 Hiram 28, Kalamazoo 12 S. Mo. St. 14, Mo. Rolla9 N.Okla. St. 14. Pittsburgh St. Parsons, 13,Quantico7 Drake 28, S.Dakota St. 20 Northern St. 25, Kearney 24 IdahoSt. 16. Neb-Omaha 13 Muskingum 6, Hobart 0 Anderson 27, Taylor21 Wheaton 13, Valparlso3 Georgetown 40, Franklin 13 SOUTHWEST Texas A&M 24, Rice 14 Ark.35,SMU29 Texas 47, TCU 21 Baylor 42, Texas Tech. 28 Trinity 13, Abiliene7 La. Tech 34, LamarTech. 7 WEST Washington 6, UCLA0 Arizona 16, Utah 15 Air Force 28, Tulsa 8 W. Tex. 22, Colorado St. 17 Nebraska 22, Colorado 6 California 36, Oregon 8 S.Calif. 17, Ore. St. 13 Nevada 21, S.F.St. 7 Arizona St. 47, B-Young 12 Gra-Y Grid Leaders In First Loss Meadow Park suffered the first blemish on Its unbeaten, untied streak in a 0-0 deadlock with Barton In Gra-Y football action Saturday. Meadow Park (4-0-1) continued hold Its top spot In the National division as Barton now boosts a 2-0-3 mark. Wynnebrook, the American division pacesetter had an easier time, scoring a 27-0 whitewash over Belvedere for Its tilth straight victory. Mike Henlnger was the big gun for Wynnebrook with three touchdowns. NATIONAL DIVISION MICKEY MANTLE N.Y. Paper Says Mantle Will Retire NEW YORK (AP) Mickey Mantle, slugging star of the New York Yankees for 18 seasons, is retiring from baseball the New York Daily News said in a copyrighted story In Its Sunday editions. In a bylined story by Dick Young, Mantle, who celebrated his 37th birthday last month, Is quoted as saying, "I Just can't hit any more." Bothered throughout his career by leg Injuries, Mantle's average slipped to .237 last sea-, son a career low. He did hit 18 home runs and passed both Ted Williams and Jlrnmy Foxx In the alltime list of homer hitters. Mickey has 536 third behind Babe Ruth's 714 and Willie Mays' 587. Mays, who, like Mantle, came to the majors in 1951, is still active with the San Fran-, Cisco Giants. Official announcement of Mantle's retirement, Young said, will be withheld until spring training when Mickey plans to join the team at Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Mantle nor any Yankee official was available for comment. if AUTO CENTER Dartmouth Tips Cornell ITHACA, N.Y. (AP) - Dartmouth mixed a little passing, wide end runs, and plain hard-nosed football and decisively defeated Cornell, 27-6, Saturday. Quarterback Bill Koenig and Jim Chasey accounted for three of the touchdowns on runs, and Pete Lawrence ran 74 yards with another on an Intercepted pass. Cornell struck for It's only touchdown at 12:43 of the fourth period, scoring on a 17-yard pass from quarterback Bill Arthur to split end Rick Furbush. Won Lost Tie Meadow Park 4 0 1 Barton 2 0 3 Lanlana 3 1 1 Forest Mil 3 1 1 Palm Springs 2 12 Bershire 1 4 0 Melaleuca 1 4 0 No. So. Grade 0 5 0 SCHEDULE (Saturday ) Barton vs. Berkshire Palm Springs vs. Forest Hill Meadow Park vs. No. So. Grade Melaleuca vs. Lantana. AMERICAN DIVISION Wvnnebrook 3 0 0 Westgale 4 1 0 PAL -Southboro 3 1 1 Northmore 2 12 Belvedere 2 3 0 Soulh Olive 1 4 0 Mlillary Trail 1 4 0 Palm Beach 0 4 1 SCHEDULE (Saturday) Wvnnebrook vs. Westgale South Olive vs. Palm Beach MllltaryTratl vs. PAL Southboro Northmore vs. Belvedere. Both teams have been pointing toward Friday's collision for months. Neither coach anticipates any problem in getting this squad psychologically "up" for the battle. Viking coach Ben McCoy expects tough sledding from the Maroon Devils. "It's not going to be an easy game," he said. "Roosevelt has a good running game and we'll have to stop it If we're going to win." Roosevelt carries a 6-3 mark Into the game and have the momentum of six victories In a row. Coach Alphonson Sutton makes no secret of the fact that his team would rather beat Kennedy than any other. "A win here will make the season," he said. In other Friday tilts, Riviera Beach rates the choice over Jupiter's Warriors. The Hornets have had two weeks to prepare for the Warriors, who are mired In last place of the Suncoast Western Division. Cardinal Newman kicks off the week's action tn a Thursday game at the South Broward High School field In Hollywood. The Crusaders are In the familiar Boston Slams VMI, 45-13 NEWTON, Mass. (AP) - Barry Gallup came up with two big touchdown pass receptions and sophomore speedster Fred Willis ran wild to set up several scores Saturday in leading Boston College to a 45-13 football victory over Virginia Military Institute. Gallup, covered by two defenders, made a spectacular leaping catch of Red Harris' 24-yard pass in the end zone for the game's first touchdown, then later outran the secondary to haul In a 48-yard Harris scoring bomb. Virginia Milllarv .'. 0 6 0-13 Boslon College 7 24 0 1445 BC Gallup 24 pass from Harris (Ualli-van kick) VMI Sowers 2 run (Marks kick) Bf Willis 2 run (Galllvan klcki BC-Gallup 48 pass from Harris (Galllvan klckt BC Bennett 1 run (Galllvan kick) BC-FG Galllvnn 24 VMI Sprlnkel 2 run (pass failed) BC Bennetl 15 pass from Fallon (Gal livun klcki BC King 8 pass interception (Galllvan klckl Kansas' Win Keeps Bowl Hopes Alive Jai-Alai Roundup Matinee Results FIRST Doublet; 5 pR 6 l.opelegul-Aresllo 12 80 4 20 7.40 6 2 Torres Lasorte 4.20 3.20 7 5 AntonioUgarte 12.SO 5 (Juinlela (t il KSM SKCOND Doubles; 5pt. 4 Kgurblde-Egana 12.40 8.60 7.40 6 7 AntonloLasarto 6.40 4. 1 Torros-Arelto 3.20 6 qulnlela (4-71 S57.M Perfects (4-7) 1171.40 THIRD Single; Sots. 5 Roberto 9. 0 4.00 4.60 6 Urlzar 7.20 4.80 3 Lerchundl 22.80 6 6 6 4 5 3 qulnlelnlS-M2.M r 01 KTH - Doubles; J pis. 5 Lopelegul -Muglca 5.40 4.60 3.60 6 2 Ait-Jandro-Lasarte 3.80 3.60 6 4 EgurbldeBaranda 2.60 5 qulnlela (2-Sl JM.HII Perfecta (5-2) S58.20 DAILY DOUBLE (5-5) 171.16 FDTH Doubles; 5 pts. 2 Alejandro -Egana 17.80 15.60 7.40 6 5 Fana Vlcandl 11 00 6.60 4 .1 Olabarii Baranda 4.40 4 qulnlela (2-8) WM Perfecta (2-5) $122.40 SIXTH doubles; 5 pis. 4 Treio-Ormaza 11 4Trejo-Ormaza n.00 3 60 6.20 5 1 Coll Lojarcequl 3.40 4.0V 3 5 Roberto Egula 3.60 qulnlela (Ml 123.00; Perfecta (41) Ml. 30 SEVENTH Doubles; 5 pis. 8 Ulacla-Andrade 27.60 28.00 6 4 Coll Baranda 3.60 3.00 6 2 Kgurhlde-Mugica 3.20 5 EMiHTH Doubles; 9 pis. 6 Koberlo Orma?a 14.20 3.40 2.40 5 3Tre)o-lraola 4.60 2.60 4 2Ulacla-Jo.se 2.40 3 qulnlela (3-l I1H.S0; Perfecta (-3l 344.10 UAU.I UUl liljCi 15-3J KV1.9U NINTH Doubles; i pis. 2Urlzar-Suri 10.60 6 60 2.80 7 6 Zagulrre-Arrasale 3.20 2.20 5 5Trc)o-Le)arcegul 3.00 5 qulnlela (2-6) $22.10; Perfecta (2-6) 172.90 TENTH Doubles; J pis. 8 Ulacla lraola 16.20 9 00 3.40 6 4 Olabarrl Muglca 1.1.80 5.60 6 5 Alejandro-Arrasate 4.50 4 Oulnlela (4-8) M2.60 ELEVENTH Doubles; 7 pis. 5 Lerchundi-Ormaza 12.00 9.00 1.1.20 8 3 Urlzar-Eguia 6.60 1.1.20 5 2 Azphi Andrade 4.20 5 qulnlela (3-1) $35 00; Perferta 15-3) $343.50 Attendance 922; Handle Results rOSt! Doubles; t pts. 4 iorres-Lasarte 1 Anlonlo-Ugarte 7 Garrt Luis - - - ' qulnlela (1-4) 121.40 SECOND Doubles; 9 pts. 3 Olabarri-Aieitlo 5 Lopetegui-Vlcandl 2 Alelanaro-Uearte 12.40 4.40 6.00 5.00 4.80 12.20 14.00 14.80 5.20 5.20 4.60 3.20 qulnlela (3-8) fcw.OO Perfecta (3-3) $149.70 Big q (1-4) (3-3) No. 3 paid 61.40; No. 3 paid 37.00 THlKD-SlnglesitptH. 2 Lejarcegln 6 Roberto 3 Urlzar qulnlela (2-0) $32.80 KOI KTH -Doubles; Opts. 6 Lopelegul-Arelllo 4 Orbe-Baranda 5 Anlonio-Huis 1.1.80 4.60 6.20 3.d0 3.60 2.80 10.60 5.60 .1.80 5.60 3.80 3.20 Qulnlela (4) $24 .80 Perfecta (6-4) $.60 UAU.Y UUl. HLE (-6) $100.80 FIFTH Doubles; 5 pts. 6 Antonlo-Magtca 5.00 5.60 2.80 4 Olabarrt-Hasorte 10.20 3.80 3 liorrl F.ganu 2.80 qulnlela (4-) $99.40 Perfecta (M) $98.40 .MATH Doubles; 9 pts. 2 Urlzor-Ormaza 11.20 6.40 4.00 6 Roberto-Jose 5.40 3.60 .1 Azulri-Equla 3.20 qulnlela 12 6) $24.20 Perferta (2-61 (117.30 SEVENTH Douhles, 3 pts. 5 Anlonio-Arelllo 14.40 7.60 4.00 1 Alejandro-Rlcandl 8.00 6.20 2 Fana-F.gana 5.40 qulnlela ( 1-3) $30.20 Perfecta (9-1 ) $76.80 (Late results were not available at press time. They will appear In Monday's Post ana limes; underdog role as they play Cha-minade, a team which is state playoff-bound. John I. Leonard and North Shore will be trying to rebound from losses last week and they hope a change of sceneiy will help do the trick. Leonard travels to Boca Raton and North Shore Journeys fcp Hollywood In Friday night contests. In the Glades a natural rivalry continues when Pahokee and Belle Glade's Golden Rams meet at Pahokee. The Blue Devils lead the Suncoast Western Division and are favorites to whip the Rams, who will be trying to come back after a 25-0 defeat by Martin County. This Week's Schedule Thursday Cardinal Newrnan at Chamlnade Friday Kennedy at Roosevelt Carver at John Carroll North Shore at Hollywood Hills Riviera Beach at Jupiter Belle Glade at Pahokee Leonard at Boca Raton Dumbar at Lake Shore Moore Haven at La Belle Lake Placid at Avon Park Gilford at Lincoln Park Okeechobee at Martin County Friday's Results Seacrest 20. Vero 13 Lake Worth 20, Leonard 0 Palm Beach 21, North Shore 0 Forest Hill 42. JuplterO PahoKee 31, Boca Raton 20 Newman 40, Miami Mlillary 0 Moore Haven 27, Bishop Verol 0 Roosevelt 19. Lake Shore 18 Dan McCartv 20, Merrltt Island 20 Lake Placid 32. Frostproof 0 Martin Counly 25, Belle GladeO Clewlston 7, I'mmokaleeO Alva 26. John Carroll 0 Kennedy 17,Carver6 SUNCOAST EAST Cont. All Games W L T WLT PF PA Seacrest 5 0 0 9 0 0 293 59 Vero Beach 4 1 0 8 1 0 231 35 Lake Worth 3 2 0 6 2 1 192 57 Forest Hill 2 2 1 6 2 1 161 80 Riviera Beach 2 4 0 6 2 1 Dan McCartv 131 441 Palm Beach' 0 5 0 2 7 0 102 105 113 181 50 108 SUNCOAST WEST Cont. All (James WLT W L T PF PA Pahokee 4 0 0 6 2 1 Boca Raton 3 20 450 Martin County 3 10 440 Clewlston 2 30 450 Belle Glade 1 3 0 3 5 0 Jupiter 040 170 225 113 142 113 115 127 110 90 91 33 175 All. Am n tunrr.KE.ntt Conf. All Games WLT WLT PI PA Kennedy 3 00 800 184 58 Carver 210 720 Roosevelt 2 00 630 Gilford 020 170 Lincoln Park 030 160 254 30 155 90 52 186 58 2O0 OTHER SCHOOLS WLT PF PA Lake Placid 8 1 0 390 36 SI. Andrew's 7 2 0 192 46 P B. Gardens 5 2 0 131 92 Lake Shore 5 4 0 141 150 Moore Haven 5 4 0 169 122 North Shore 3 5 0 76 116 Leonard 3 5 0 115 148 John Carroll 2 7 0 109 240 Newman 3 6 0 72 165 Okeechobee 15 1 33 192 new ma- LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) -John Riggins exploded 83 yards late In the third quarter, igniting a Kansas scoring flurry which brought a 38-29 victory over old enemy Kansas State and enhanced the seventh - ranked team's bowl chances Saturday. Riggins' run, highlighting an outstanding performance by the sophomore fullback, set up Kansas' first touchdown. That score, which came on Bobby Douglass' five-yard end sweep tn the first play of the fourth q iarter, gave the Jayhawks a 31-21 lead which the Wildcats could not overcome. The triumph boosted Kansas into a tie for the Big Eight Conference lead with Missouri, which lost to Oklahoma. Both have 51 conference records. The Jayhawks, upset victims of the Sooners last week, stand 81 for the season and are considered a good bet for a bid to the Orange Bowl or Sugar Bowl. Kansas was Jostled out of a temporary slump by two Kansas State touchdowns within 57 seconds of each other following fumble recoveries in the third quarter. The Jayhawks broke a 21-21 tie on BUI Bell's 41 yard field goal Into a moderate wind with 2:11 to go In the third period. John Riggins then gave the Jayhawks the impetus they needed. He broke over right tackle, cut to the right sideline and galloped 83 yards to the Wildcat eight before being"! caught from behind. It was the longest run in the Big Eight this season. That run, coupled with two others of 20 and one of 18, enabled Riggins to pile up 189 yards on 19 carries. Kansas also ground 79 yards In 13 plays midway through the fourth quarter to take a 38-21 lead, and a Kansas State touchdown with 3:39 remaining was too late. Kan mis KanMUft State 1 14 3 14 38 0 1 14 K-2D Kan -Douglas 1 run IHell Kick) K-St-Joncs 26 pass from Dickey (Ar- rcguln kick) Kan-Shanklln 3 run (Boll klcki ' Kan-Jackson 10 pa's from Douglass (Bi'll kick i KSt Davis 1 run (Arrr-guln klckl K-St-Herron 1 run (Arreguln klckl Kan KG Bell 41. 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