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Palm Beach Times, Monday, Nov. 18, 196823 Borek Nabs WPB Open In Playoff By CHUCK VOORHIS Golf Editor ter Burkemo of Detroit posted a 75-7S 154 and the grand little guy of golf. Bobby Cruickshank. 74 years old, pro at the Gulf-stream Golf Club for the last 30 years, had a 80-77-157. There were 90 pros in this Worth, now playing out of Olean, N.Y. made it 69-78-147. Barnum won his title with s 2-hole sudden death from Bobby Benson of the Palm Beach CC two years ago. . Former PGA champion Wal event, which used to be one of the big ones on the PGA tour, before the purses started zooming into the sky. It has had such previous winners as Julius Bo-ros, Arnold Palmer. Gay Brewer and Gardner Dickinson. Jollystone Wins Feature John Barnum, a former champion of this tournament was home with 75-77152, and another former champion, Jim McCoy, formerly of Lake Thirty-six hole summaries of West Palm Beach Open. Amateurs indicated by (A). Gene Borek. Glen Cove. N.Y 4-4-7C !3 Marion Heck, Sebring 71-41-134 ( Borek won sudden death on first hole) AI Johnston, WPB 40-71-141 Gordon Jones, Atlantis 70-71-141 Jack McGowan, Largo 71-71-143 Jim Verio, Bangor, Me et-74-143 Bobby Benson, Palm Beach 71-73-144 Sam Cermicheel, WPB 71-73-144 Gibby Gilbert, Hollywood 73-73-145 Bill Robinson, Tequesta 70-75-145 Don Harrison, Winnepeg, Can. . . 73-7314 Eddie Jones, Spring Valley. L.I. . 75-71-144 Mike Krak, Darien, Conn 73-74-147 Sam Harvey, Hallandale 71-74-147 Jim Jewell, Miami 72-75-147 Joe Lopei, Sr., Miami 74-73-147 Jim McCoy, Olean, N.Y 69-71-147 Dub Pagan, WPB 73-75-141 Tom Joyce, Merrick, L.I 70-71-141 Wilt Homenluk, Canada 74-75-149 John Wells, Lee, Mass 75-74-149 Joe Lopei, Jr. Miami 75-74-149 (A) Ray Whelehan, Miami 74-75-149 Bill Wright, Jr. Lake Worth 74-73-149 John Molenda, Warren, Mich. . . . 11-70-151 George Voluck, WPB 73-79-152 (A) Mickey Armltage, WPB 7241-153 Dick Masterson, Ft. Lauderdale 74-76-152 (A)ChuckMacCallum, Pine Tree 74 71-15 John Barnum, Michigan 75-77152 Jim Logue, Lake Park 75-76-151 Walter Burkemo, Detroit 75-79-154 Bobby Crulckshank, Gultstream .10-77-157 FLIGHT WINNERS: Class A 4-4 Handicap (scares are scratch): Merl Merchent, WPB 71-44-152 William Doohan, Riviera Bch. . 77-77-154 Michael McDermott, Ormond Bch. 76-79-1 Class C 7-9 Handicap William Bowers, WPB 76-71-154 Richard Lichblau, WPB 15-76-161 AI Fier, WPB 7943-162 Class D 10 and up ( Handicap Scares) Louis Marlspla, WPB 142 Tommy Thomason, WPB 145 Fred Pepsldera, WPB 146 i : i l .ll.iWi1 I (J pnoto by Chuck Voorhlj chairman of the West Palm Golf Commission and (at left) is Marios Heck of Sebring, who lost out to Borek in a sudden death playoff. WINNER AND RLNNER-LP - Gene Borek (right) of Glen Cove, L.I. added his name to the list of West Palm Beach Open golf winners Sunday. Holding the championship placque is Ralph Fischer, the Journey but faltered In the drive to the wire. Wlnlck won the opening race with C. U. Later under jockey Eddie Maple. C. U. Later, $8.80 and Idol Steve, $19.00, winner of the second race, made up a dally double of $121. Maple also rode two other winners, Lolldora in the third and Kar-Stan in the eighth. Tennenbaum and Cramer won the fourth with Angle Right, the sixth with Harmony Again, and the seventh with Mt. Jungle. Cramer Joined Bill Carroll and Jimmy Rowe among trainers who have saddled four winners on a single Tropical Park program. DMPMIM SATURDAY HAWKf 1:30 PM ClOHO tUMOAVS NO MINORS FEATURING THE DOC TRACK JUSt OFF THE NORTH SOUTH X WAV II HI XIT AT m OR 103 STREETS FOR RESERVATIONS PH. 574-1747 turned $4.20 and $3.60 and was a neck In front of Master Steve under David Hidalgo. Master Steve paid $8.60 to show. Country Friend and Master Steve battled for the lead most of the way while Jollystone was back in the pack. Wlnant moved Jollystone up around the final bend and was fourth when they straightened for home. The five-year-old son of Equlstone out of Jalbopate by the Dude took It from there. Arnold Wlnlck, winner of nine straight stakes at Tropical Park had a pair going In the feature but Codornlz finished sixth and Crown King was eighth in the field of 12. Crown King made a run for It and was third part of Roundup j Selections 1. AltioEgan, Fana-Ug,Gorri-Arft 2. Lop-Luis, Ant-Bar. Tor-Ptdre 3. Rob,Uri,Eguia 4. Lop-Egan, Orba-Ugar, Fana-Luis 5. Egur-Ugar, Tor-Artt, Ola-Egan 4. Zag-Arr, Aip-Orm, Ram-Andr 7. CoH-Vic, Egur-Luis, Ortoa-Surl I. RanvOrm, U rii-Jost, Col I -E gull .Trt-Orm, R am-Eguia,UrU-A rr. 10. Coil-Las, Urii-Luis, Ltr-Mug II. Ltr-Eguta, Zag-Andr,Rob-Lt Softball GREENACRES - Al Wilt belted four hits, including three home runs to pace Carter's to a 12-4 win over the Windborne Warriors Sunday in slow pitch Softball action. Don Carter drove in seven runs for the winners and Sam Rawls and Al Diamond pounded three hits each for the losers. Brown s Bombers took an 18-7 decision from the Toothless Tigers in another game. John Rawn led the winners with five hits and Charles Shaw collected twosafeties in a losing effort. Trainer Saw 'Cinch' For Beau Brummel Jai-Alai Starts Strong The Palm Beach Jai-Alai Fronton wound up its first weekend of the 1968-69 season with figures that show an increase in both attendance and mutuel Play-Attendance figures are up 10 per cent with the mutuel play showingan increase of 18 per cent. The first matinee of the season on Saturday had 1,000 patrons going through the turnstiles, while on Saturday evening 2,500 paying customers attended. Ulacia with six wins under his belt is the early leader as a full week of Jai-Alai gets undereay tonight. Four Aiming At Playoffs The Palm Beach area may have four representatives in the state school boy football playoffs when the season ends. Riviera Beach Kennedy has clinched a Class-A berth while Seacrest, Delray Carver and Moore Haven have good shots at playoff spots. Seacrest must best Lake Worth in its final game to wrap up a Class AA position while Carver needs a win over John Carroll for a likely Class B bid. Moore Haven can assure itself a place in the Class C post season games by whipping LaBelle. SO YOU'RE BUYING A NEW or USED CAR . . . For the second time in the last three years, the winner of the West Palm Beach Open golf championship had to do it in a sudden death playoff. At the West Palm Beach CC Sunday Gene Borek, 30-year-old pro from Glen Cove, L.I. rammed a 4-wcod shot home to the 475-yard par five first hole and sank his putt for an eagle that defeated Marion Heck, from Columbia, Ohio, now playing out of Harder Hall, Sebring. They were tied at the end of the 36-hole route with 139s, five under par. Borek shared the lead with three' others at the end of 18 with a three-un-der 69. Heck with an opening 71, came back with a four under 68 Sunday, the best round of the tournament. He had just 25 putts on his final round. But putting honors for the tournament went to Eddie Jones of Spring Valley, L.I. who had 22 putts on his final round for a 71 which with a 75 opener left him at 146. A shot that helped Borek to the tie was a chip-in from 40 feet at the 9th hole. L Horse Racing Tropical Park Selections By Tht Assoc lattd Prei 1- Pfle Bee, Jertei Luck, Mildred R. 2- Oscar-s Boy, Marsh King, Naturalist. 3- Beggar Girl, Royal Regent, F letch. 4- Bucktt Union, El Princevllle, Brush Baron. 5- Derby Trail, King Courao, Sky Junior 4 Admiral Oaks, On-Soiomon, Lova Bandit. 7-rli J ac, Rutins Brook, TudorCail. I-OH tha Top, Dunglven, John's Nail. -Handsome Count, Florida Castla, Nee-dloson. 10-Desert King, Prill's Risk, Swamp Rabbit. Bast Bat: Oft tha Tap Entries First Post 1:1$ EST 1st - 1,700, cl, 2Y0, mi70ydl. Princa Baa Soft Excuse Oar Nile Aptashina Captain Silvio Astromaid Mildred R U Dld'nt Clncy Syd xJanes Luck Penny's Promisa Ind-2,700, cl 3Y0up,tl. Naturalist Pretty Dee Dee Township Star Valley No Gram Mister Dust All Hopelul Gus Eva Kin Pop Tar Heal Kippax Any Calls Golden Cap Gun Notchar Marsh King Oscar's Boy Sortot Commodora Cobh Slave Soldier rd-l,MO,ci,34Y0,tml. San a"""' Beggar Girl .'ry'. Fortun, Lanoka 4th -1400, mdns,!Y0,tf. Char'meNow El Prlncevllle Which Way Doc Rim Fire Jr. Bucket Union Sunburn Lover Brush Baron Sharpen Amber hone Ambitious Cesere Send It Divide and Conquer Hasty Stash Sth-1,700, cl 3Y0up.il, Derby Trail Bagpipe NewcracK Everlasting Villa's Bold Gal Sky Junior Spilt Morse King Courage Steellyco Roman Fella Singing Forest Miss Merriman Greek Lime Smiling Nancy Lord Tudor Let'lmwin Esquire House Plloto h - 2400, mdnt, 1Y0, 4 1. xAdmiralOaka Flo Mar Kougnmooo On-Solomon Favored Tudor No Scholar Love BAndlt xAmbolinas Inlensitivo Hot Coals Dr J.Lee John Said No Cayron Island Thirty Day Note 7th-l,MO,Cl,3Y0,M Tipoquest a-Restless Brook xHard Times Plaseebo Fleet Swoon Bull Thislle a-Titian Princess xPantaloon HI Joe Missy Native Home Melanion'sGal Battleship Gray Snoop Step Tudor Coll Landquest a-Harrls-Ka-Dele Sta entry Ith-3,000, cl, 3Y0up,tl. Mr. Hoover John's Nell Off the Top xxBest Secret miss Ben Dungiven Ultra Quick Notable 4th fth 3400, ale, 3Y0, ImaVO yds. Needleson Handsome Count George Henry Autumn Joy xa-count Royal Ponv Keo xa-Pllot Knob Florida Castla a-Mann-Muckler entry. 10th - 2400, cl, 3Y0 up, lma,70 yds Aerie Swamp Rabbit Orslnerle's Due Lies Mr. Gee Bee 1 Turkey Foot Road Desert King Play Fill Billy Mike Kooky Kid Albert 2nd Royal Bobby Moon Hit xxMademore Phil's Risk Derby Lass Mllarm Parar 55 t& ri am Ml B m. ak - Cia Ji Finn I GENERAL MOTORS CHRYSLER FORD AMERICAN MOTORS FOREIGN CARS PUZZLED ABOUT FINANCING CENTRAL BANK OFFERS ONLY 2NE GOOD FINANCING PLAN CENTRAL BANK "AT THI tOF OF AUTOMOilll ROW" 4000 OKEECHOBEE BOULEVARD WEST AIM BEACH - MEMBER OF FEDERAL OEFOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Phone 683-6000 683-8414 MIAMI (AP) F. J. Mann's Jollystone came on fast in the stretch to win the $11,625 Hurricane Handicap as Tropical Park opened Florida's winter racing season Saturday before 16,892 persons. Under a perfect ride by Richard Wlnant, Jollystone covered the six furlongs In 1:09 3-5 to give trainer Robert Cramer his fourth victory of the afternoon, three of them by Mark Tennen-baum, 18-year-old apprentice rider from Cincinnati. Jollystone carried 115 pounds and passed tiring horses in the fin al stride to win by one length and pay $35.80, $12.80 and $8.40. Country Friend, under David Kassen, took second money, re I Jai-Alai Entries MRST-ipn. Torres-VIcanoN Aleiandro-Egana Olabarrl-Lasarte Gorrl-Areitio Fona-Ugarte Lopetegui-Pedro Antonio-Luis Egurbide-Baranda SECOND-5 Pts. Olaborrl-Areltlo Aleiandro-Ugarte Torres -Pedro Eugrbide-Egana Antonlo-RarnMria SEVENTH -5 Pts. Fana-Areitio Torres-lraola Egurbide-Luis Coll-Vlcandi Ulacia-Lasarte Lopetegui-Andrade Orbe-Suri Urlzar-Mugia EIGHTH 5 Pts. Ulacia-Leiarcegui Urizar-Jose Coll-Eguia Roberto-Andrade Ramon-Ormaza Zaguirre-1 raola NINTH S PH. Urizar-Arrasate Azplrl-Jose Roberto-lraola Ramon-Eguia Trelo-Ormeza Zaguirra-Surl Orbe-Viranrii Lopetegui-Luls Gorri-Mugin THIRD kOI. Lelarcegul Lerchundl Urizar Eaula Roberta Zaguirre Treio FOURTH 5 Pts. Olabarri-Baranda Aleiandro-Pedro Lopetegui-Egana Gorri-Vicandi Orbe-Ugarte Fana-Luis FIFTH-SPts. Olabarri-Egana TnrrM-Areitin TENTH 5 PH. Antonio-Arrasate UrlzarLuis Fana-lraola Coll-Lasarte Azpiri-Baranda Orbe-Leiarcegul Lerchundi-Mogia Ulacia-Suri ELEVENTH -7 PH. Azpiri-Arrasate Ramon-lraola Ulacia-Jose Treio-Surl Coll-Ormaza Lerchundi-Eguia Roberto-Leiarcegul Zeguirre-Andrade Egurbide-Ugarte Gorri-Pedro Antonio-Lasarte Alejandro-Mug ica SIXTH 5 Pts. Ramon-Andrade Lerrhnnrii- lna Azpiri-Ormaza Treio-Leiarcegui Zaguirre-Arrasate Roberto-Eguia m & A Little Goes a lonq Way! SPRKEN oi,Ksnr.i: tin Okmhtka ai.d W. film Iwch - 443-39O0 Guarantee Guaranlaad Afalaiti Traad woar-out. Far Haw Lang: Tha nunbar of montha apacibad. 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Games included: Honda-Ken tucky, Miami-Alabama, FSU- North Carolina State, FAMU-Southern University, Tampa-Southern Illinois, Georgia-Auburn, Dolphins-Cincinnatti, Detroit-Minnesota, Vero Beach-Seacrest and Kennedy-Carver. Five golfers Allie Russo, Bill Kaplan, Jimmy Hahn, Ed Ficker and Lou Strong each had 7-3 records. Others: Herb Thienell, 6-4; John Blood, 5-5 and Henry Lindner, 4-6. Don Boykin and Ed Plaisted paced the writers with 7-3 marks. Others: Bob Balfe, 604-Hank Froshaug, 6-4; Chuck Ot-terson, 5-5; Ed Buckow, 5-5; Bob Husky, 4-6 and Chuck Voor-his,4-6. mam CHERRY HILL, N.J. (AP) ' "The truth of the matter is that I felt like we were a cinch. I had to get drunk last night (Friday) to tell anybody." 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