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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 61

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Sunday, November 17, 1968
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Palm Beach Post-Times, Sunday, Nov 17, 1968E3 WPB Boys Meet In Princeton -Yale Game back Bob Bayless, the other Special To The Post-Times first two, and Tex Furse, 1946 48, downs, Dowling, Yale's 90th passes today but he and his teammates did not get going until the third period. They wiped out Princeton by scoring 20 points in that quarter. it.- i is. U-.. 1 yHp on West Palm Beach player, replaced star Brian Dowling in the fourth quarter. The (-foot, 205-pounder engineered an 82-yard drive to the Elis. Bay-less completed an 11-yard pass to Calvin Hill and gained two yards on a keeper, before handing off to Hill on the two-yard TD plunge. Bayless also kicked one Yale conversion and did all the punting for the Blue... The partnership of Dowling and Hill, majoring in touchdowns, was brilliant. It was the Elis' 16th straight victory, eight coming this season. Hill scored three touch NEW HAVEN, Conn. A paii of West Palm Beach players made significant contributions here Saturday as Yale beat Princeton 12-17 before 52,510 in the Yale Bowl. The Tigers scored first, driving 73 yards from the kickoff. A key man in the Princeton march was offensive tackle Dave Hantz, a 6-foot-6, 250-pound graduate of Forest Hill High. Hantz was hampered by injury earlier in the year, but started at right tackle Saturday for the Tigers. Tailback Scott MacBean tallied for Princeton on an 11-yard run. Sophomore reserve quarter captain, ran for one and passed for two. The winners scored in every period and they now have made points in 20 consecutive quarters. They have also averaged 36 points a game. Next week Yale goes against undefeated Harvard for the Ivy League title. Dowling and Hill set six Yale records. The quarterback from Cleveland Heights, Ohio, as imperturbable as ever, set marks for most touchdown passes In a season (17); most yards passing in a season (1,438); most yards passing in a career. Ed Molloy of the 1952 team had held the the last one. Hill, the 228-pound halfback with sprinter's speed, has scored 13 touchdowns this season, breaking a mark set by Ed Woodsum in 1952; he also shattered the record for most points, 78, which Woodsum had set. Hill, in his three Yale seasons, has scored 23 touchdowns to wipe out the mark held by Clint Frank, Levi Jackson and Denny McGill. Hill needs one more point to break the all-time Yale scoring record, 138, held by another Eli immortal, Albie Booth. Dowling completed 11 of 20 Princeton 6 3 0 0-17 Vale T 8 20 712 Prtn-MarBean 11 run (kick failed' Vale Hill 24 run iBavless kick' Yale Dowling 7 run (Weinstein pass trom Dowling' Prin-Ri HolptxTg 21 Vale-Hill 9 run Yale Ronev IK pass from Dowling 'ass failed' Vale Kropke 10 pass from Dowling kirk failed' Vale-Hill 2 run 'Klebanoff kirk' Prin Montgomery 1 run 'MrCullough run ' A-52.510 X I f DAVE HANTZ BOB BAY LESS Seminoles Cut Up Wolf pack USC Comes Up Smelling Like Roses LOS ANGELES iL'PI'-When O. J. Simpson gets mad at himself he Just runs harder and the famed University of Southern California halfback became so aroused alter he fumbled in the third period Saturday that he carried the Trojans to the Rose bowl. It was Simpson's fourth period touchdown spurt of 10 yards that provided Southern California with its 17-11 margin of victory over Oregon State. The triumph gave L'SC a 3-0 record in the Pacific-8 to the Beavers' 4-1 mark. Regardless of the remaining games, the Trojans rode Simpson's run into the Rose bowl. "I got real mad a myself Sellers, who was double teamed sometimes, and knocked down at scrimmage at others was shut out in the first half and caught only three passes all day for 57 yards. Five 'times FSU scored touchdowns after capitalizing on Wolfpack errors and two other times pass interceptions by the Seminole defensewiped out NC Sta4e opportunities. Walt Sumner dashed 58 RALEH..H, N.C. (AFN) -Florida State played its best game of the season, North Carolina State its worst and a combination of the two turned Carter Stadium into a 48-7 disaster area here Saturday. - It was the most points ever scored against a Wolfpack team coached by Earle Edwards and 'he Seminoles surprisingly managed to do it with little help trom All America receiver Ron Sellers. vstit'ti i luniuiea in me tnira period because we had momentum .then and were behind 7-0," ISimpson said. "I was deter J : . -' - ? t ' i V ;jrJ - if :'Hf , V - Zfj kM -J' J .,.. ' - '. . IrT.... -TTV ' ' " . --J ..... - mined to make up for that fum Off Iowa, 33-27 ble." The workhorse of the team, Simpson equalled his season's high mark of earning the ball 47 times in a game. But the 40-yard dash in the fourth period was the key to the Trojans' IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) -Rex Kern and Jim Otis scored two touchdowns each as second ranked Ohio State rocked Iowa early and held on for a 33-27 football victory Saturday. The Buckeyes scored their eighth win in as many starts to advance to the Big Ten Confer - 1 eighth victory of the season yards for a touchdown after blocking a Gerald Warren field goal attempt, then the Seminoles turned a fumble into another TD for a 14-0 lead that was really all they needed. NC State's Jack Klcbe passed 10 yards to Bubba Lisk for NC State's only touchdown that tightened it to 14-7 at the half, but then the Pack went to pieces. Charlie Bowers fumbled at the Seminole 29 early in the third period and FSU paraded 71 yards to make it 21-7. Right after that FSU intercepted Klebe at the Wolfpack 41 and went in for another to raise it to 28-7. If that didn't dash all NC State hopes, a fumbled punt by Gary Yount shortly afterward did. Florida State recovered at the Wolfpack two and pushed their lead to 35-7. The rest made little difference except to Florida State. After the last Seminole TD, which was scored by halfback Gary Pajcic, a former quarterback, FSU went for two points. The pass failed. While it still mattered, NC State did a good job of pass coverage against the Seminoles, who had averaged 265 yards a game passing. Although they finished with 227, they got only 22 in the first 30 minutes. The good pass defense and double coverage of Sellers gave FSU a chance to run, which it did better than in any game this fall. The Seminoles got 123 yards on the ground, nearly as much as NC State which relies on running. When it was over, quarterback Bill Cappleman, who didn't take over Pajcic's job until the third game of the season, wound up with three touchdown throws. Two were of 13 and 37 yards to end Phil Abraira, FSU's top receiver with 77 yards, and the other was a 1-yarder to halfback Bill Gunter, who scored three touchdowns. Florida State focused Its defense, which has been sporadic this year, on NC State's rushing game and started with only three deep backs. The Pack took advantage and moved well through the air until FSU dropped another man back. I (ill ihil ciiin aainat misiii- gan at Columbus, Ohio next Sat FSU'S WALT SUMNER (RIGHT) BLOCKS FG ATTEMPT BY GERALD WARREN . . . Sumner Picked Up Ball And Ran 58 Yards For FSU Touchdown without a defeat as the No. 1 team in the nation. Coach John McKay forgave Simpson for his two funbles in the game by saying any player who carries the ball as often as O. .1. can be expected to fumble once in a while. While Simpson's touchdown put the Trojans ahead 17-7, the Beavers were not through,' even in the warning moments, exploding for a second touchdown with 1:06 left to play. Southern Cal Oregon 0 0 7 611 Southern Cal I) 0 tl 1717 OSU-Envart 1 run (Rich kick' L'SC Dokraal 22 pass from Si'gge 'Aala kick' LSC-FG Avala 27 CSC Simpson HI run 'Avala kick' OSL Main 74 pass fiom Preece 'pass failed' A 59,2.16 then hit soOhomore Terry Rea-dron for nine yards and the final score with nine seconds left. A crowd of 44,131 sat in silence for 50 minutes before watching Iowa come alive and fall just short of a fifth victory in nine games. The pile driving -Otis struck for seven yards in the first quarter to provide Ohio Slate a 6-0 lead and boosted the Buckeye advantage to 19-0 in the third quarter with a one yard plunge. Ohio State advanced to a 6-0 Big Ten mark, while Iowa dropped t 2-3 in the conference and 4-5 over-all. IOW CITY. Iowa (APi Statistics of thr Ohio Sla'e-Ioua football game: Ohio Stale Iowa First downs 22 H Rushing ardage 1.17 111 P issing ardage HI 21b Return ardage .14 49 Passes 5 12-2 20.11;; Pun'ls 537 6 12 Fumbles lost 0 1 Yards oenali2ed 2R 45 Ohio State 6 6 14 7 .1.1 Iowa II 0 6 2127 OSl Otis 7 run 'kirk faiicdi OSL' Kem 3 run 'pass ailed' OSL' Otis 1 run 'Roman kick' Imca Lawrence 1 run 'kick failed' 'JSC Kern 1 run iZclina kirk' Iowa Pod"lak 3 run 'Molendez kirk' DSL Btoi kington 22 run 'Roman kkk'. Iowa Manning 12 pass from Lawrence 'Molendez kick' Iowa Reardon 9 pass from Lawrence 'Melemiez kick' A 14.1.11. 69s Set WPB Open Pace as Boros, Arnold Palmer, Gay Brewer and Gardner Dickinson. urday. Kern slipped three yards over soggy turf to a second quarter touchdown and scored again in the third quarter on a one-yard run to help Ohio State build a whopping 33-13 lead in the fourth quarter. The Buckeyes retained their mastery over Iowa with the help of rain that fell through the first halt and inundated the explosive Iowa offense. Only after the rain subsided did Iowa's aerial attack return to form. Hawkeye quarterback Mike' Colek, who stepped in for starter Larry Lawrence, triggered an Iowa comeback started by Ed Podolak's four yard touchdown smash in the third quarter. Lawrence returned to pass 12 yards to Ray Manning for a touchdown in the late minutes, Johnson, of West Palm Beach was in a tie with him along with Glen Borek of Glen Cove, N.Y. and Jim Veno of Bangor, Maine. McCoy is a former winner of this event who added his name to that of former winners such Four 69s, set the pace; there were three more at 70, five more at 71, and three at 72 all at even par or better. Among the leaders at 69 was Jim McCoy, formerly of Lake Worth, now at Olean, N.V.; Al Low amateur for the day was Mickey Armitage of West Palm who was in with an even par 72. 60 minute timer rim-v . . akLj nVj. By CHUCK VOOKHIS Golf Editor Julius Boros was not around Saturday to spread-eagle the field in the West Palm Beach Open Golf championship as he was a year ago when his opening round of 64 in this event left the field gasping for its second and final round. In this final round Sunday, at the West Palm Beach CC, anyone of 30 players or more can win it, so tightly was the leadership knotted Saturday. Eighteen hole summaries ol leaders: Gene Horok. GlonCnve. N Y .14 69 Jim McCov. Olean. N.Y .'IJ-Tv-titi Jim Veno. Bangor. Me HH Al Johnson. WI'B :U-.'i.i-t)(l Tom Jovce. Merrick. L.I I.V.'It 711 Gordon Jones, Atlantis :lli-.'U 7(1 Hill Robinson. Tequesla ,'IJ Ih 7(1 Bobbv Benson. I' aim Beach CC . . 18-3371 Marion Heck. Columbiana. Ohio . 71 Sam Harvev. Halland.tle .'!."- Wi 71 Jack McGowan, Largo IS ).i 71 Sam Catmichdel .to l.'i 71 (A' Mickev Armilage. WPB W 11-72 Jim Jewell. Miami 17-1" 72 Gibl Gilbert. Hulls wood -H-72 George Valuck WI'B W . 14-71 t)ub Pagan. ttPHl'C li in 71 Norman )m le. Lake Worth 15 IS 71 HAI.KKIH. X. C. Kl"il(l.. Stdli'-N. C. AP' Stallslii s ol the S'atc I'lfiibjil gdmc. I'M MS POLO , FAMS Ik IN m H llll First dfwns Jtu-.hlnt; v;irddgc Hissinu aril,it;c Don Harrison. Wmnepeg. can Ki-li ,1 riick Bird. Vero Beach 17 :-71 Mike Krak. Datrlan. Conn lii-17 7.) Bruce liobie 17 )l 7.1 (A' Rav Whelphan. Miami 1511-74 (A ' Chuck MarCallum. Pine Tree 15 .11 74 James Houseman. Lancaster. Pa. 17 17 71 George Kinsman. Lantana 19 1574 Gilbert Gonsalwvt, Orlando .19 15 74 .Iw Lopez Sr.. Miami 17. .17 74 I. Delia Torre .Ki-IS-74 R tum xdrddKC 2 (1 I'.'s-cs IK 11 ',' 9 22 1 funis 718 ('utntilcs losi i , V.irds penalised 16 2(1 Klunda 7 7 21 1.1 III ('. Slalo II 7 0 li 7 KSU Sumner W blocked field siaal at. tempt '(iuttirle kick' I-'Sl' Abr.tira l.i pass from Cappleman '(uthrlc kirk' M'S Lisk U) pass from Klelie 'Warren kick KSL lluntrr 11 run (Guthrie klrki KSU Gunter 1 pass from Cappleman 'Guthrie kick' KSU Gunter 1 run (Guthrie kick' KStJ Abraira 17 pass from Cappleman 'Guthrie kick' FSU Pairic 11 pass from Warren (pass (A ' Truman Connell. Pine Tree . . . .17 IS-(A' Steve Pearson. WPB 40 IV (A ' John Mlrosold. WPB .19 lb-75 Ed Jones 19-16-75 John Barnum, Michigan .17 1H 75 l V 13 second hond PSt'l electronically EjS lime tested luminoui dial fyft"i'6ri hock re,iitant V l fffllj ir nl iMMi automatic calendar 7 Ul 7 Wm anttmagneltc BjfilHjJ 1 jm i j. no . mm )lCiiXXcj d tkti;ui(; all-spurt Walter Durkcmn. Detroit ,Ki :i9- JohnWells. Lee. Mass M-SW Bob Gram. Boca Raton 1H-.17 ' Joe Lopez, Jr. Miami ,17-IH ' Larrv Wheeler 17 ,'ls ' . i A' Amateur failed' 26.WK). January thru April ANNOUNCING ANOTHER PRESTIGE BOAT . . . 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