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24-Palm Beach Post, Weduesday, Nov. 20, 1968 Dog Racing L J Results IVM" re" Tim. 34:3 3 Bold Jack 14 60 20 00 6 Revenna 19 40 7 go I Nite People 5 go J Suns Set As 76ers Get Win NEW YORK (UPH - Hal Greer's two baskets within three seconds midway through the fourth period shattered all Phoenix resistance as the Philadelphia 76ers romped to a 128-110 victory over the Suns Tuesday night in the opener of a National Basketball Association doubleheader. The New York Knicks met the San Diego Rockets in the second game of the twin bill. rys t j f) - '-.'fir; ,rlf " i ft "' ""H FIRST - 5-M, C 1 V P .' Henry 7 Cathy's Karl i Zeedie Owmela (3-7) 117.21 SECOND - 5-14, i 4 Faunie Jump I Solitary Sol Time 31:45 9 20 5 20 4 60 3 00 4 00 3 40 Tins 31:66 1 80 4 20 3 20 5 40 3 80 Hokem 240 Owinieta (1-4) S23.H Perfect, (4-1) IT'S. 2 DAILY DOUBLE (J-4) 155 M THIRD -BCD Tim34:E 6 Linda s Kitty 15 60 6 00 4 20 2 Bod Van 3 0 3 00 7 Mac's Diane 400 Ouiniela (2-6) 133.2 Perect (6-2) S71.6 FOURTH -CD Tim 34:21 1 Double Deep 3 80 3 00 3 20 3 Control Power 2 80 2 40 5 Sidra 3.60 Oulnieta (1-3) St SO perfect, (1-3) 1)1.4 FIFTH -M.CD Times 81 2 O'Shlelds 12.40 6 00 4 00 3 Almena Sheen 3 00 2 60 5 Fabulous Kickoff 5 00 Ouioela (2-3) S1S.N Pertecta (2-3) SJ1.4 SIXTH - B.C., Tim 34:55 4 Knockrour Rullah 9.00 3 40 20 2 Style Salon S.B0 5 10 1 Bob's Travis 4.20 Ouiniela (2-4) S37.M Pertecta (4-1) SM.2 SEVENTH - B.C. B Time34: 6 Entry Blank 12 00 6 60 4 40 3 Christy Ryan 5 60 6 20 2 Lakeside Journey 4.60 Ouiniela (3-6) 538.20 PerfKta (6-3) S89.00 EIGHTH-M.CC Tim 50:7 8 7 Sacrosanct 4.80 3 40 2 40 2 Final Line 10 40 4 00 3 Scurry Sandy 2 80 Ouiniela (2-7) S27.60 Perlecta (7-2) S54.S0 NINTH 5-16, A Time 31:3 2 Mettled 3.40 2 80 2,80 4 New Word 15 40 8.20 5 After Five Date 5 00 Ouiniela (2-4) S54.O0 Perlecta (1-4) $58.20 Entries 1SI-S-16.C Tinted Texture Walter Cole Deputy Joe Lisas Candy Claude Hylo Oil Zebulon Sandy Tears 2nd - B.C., B O.D.'s Daisey Pranced Black Fabian Mon Petit Another Regret J A 's Hoke Barney what) Rosy Rea 3rd - B.C.D Ting Tang Land Grant Eftenbee Gleaming Lisa FringeBinge Well Staged Monica C Judy Claude 4th -BCD Trophy Rock Mia Tell Cindy Dilly's Boom Min's Speck(M) J's ChampionGirl Daytona Drive Expando(M) Sth-M.C.,D Scoopa Polly Choke Royal Rick Jimmy Oawg Javelindo Backwash J.A.'s Harry Bell Mead 6th B.C., B El Torres Escabana Shade Dance S P. 's Model Favorite Meadow Triple Star Crown Princess Flouncy 7th -5-16, A Grand Tony MannixA Invaluable Wafted Smiley Mac OldKim Glow Of Sunset Touraco Mh-M.CC Perfect Pigeon Classy Commel TrlNine Suiuki Alley Fighter Zella's Babe DocGunter Zaggy 9th B.C., A Duke Scott Mar Jaguar Crl'NFly Mission Bound R.R. Win Tim Deputized Johnny Rocket Peggotty 10th -B.C., A My True Southern Dude Coddled Northern Champ Strictly Upperdog Part Irish RebaH 11th- B.C., C Senor Chavez Judrick Bevis B J s Jet Star J A.'sGreg Brendan Tacoma Lad Hanoi Hannah 12th-B.C., C Southllno Velvet Claud Lady Senator S.P.'s Tony Sun Play Max King Col Corl Carver ..evw.w ILifei :$ Philadelphia (124) Phoenix (110) G F T G F T Cunmnghm 11 5-8 27 Gregor Walker 74 5 II McKenzie 4 0-38 13-3 5 3 127 1 5-7 17 12 5-9 29 2 2-4 6 01-1 I I 2 2 I 40-18 Jackson 4 0-11 Wilson 10 1-3 2! Goodrich 5 2-2 12 Van Arsdal 9 4- 22 Johnson 31-3 7 Lattin 20-04 McLemore 00-10 Snyder Greer Jones Clark Green Guokas Halimon Imhofl 3 1-3 7 Warlick 5 1-1 II Totals aqSS 54 11-34 12 Totals 45 20-33 11 Philadelphia 24 30 27 45- 126 Phoenix 22 32 25 31 - 110 Personal Fouls: Clark 2, Cunningham 5, Greer 5, Guokas, Imhofl 4, Jackson 5, Jones 4, Walker 3, Goodrich. Gregor, Johnson 2, Lattin, McKenzie 3, McLemore 4, Snyder, Van Arsdale, 4, Warlick 3, Wilson 5 Total Fouls: Philadelphiu 29, Phoenix 25. SATURDAY VATINCt 1:30PM LIOIID lUNOAVt NO MiNoes FEATURING THE DOC TRACK JUST OFF THE NORTH SOUTH X WAV II 651 EXIT AT 126 OH 103 STREETS FOR RtStmtlONS FH. 524-0747 FLYING CHAPARRAL Jim Hall's winged Chapar- ral flies through the air during the Stardust Grand Prix at Las Vegas Nov. 10. Accident happened on the 59th lap, when the suspension on Lothar Motschenbacher's car (No. 11) collapsed, causing an abrupt slowdown, Hall's Chaparral, just behind No. 11, ran up the rear of Lothar's car, flipped and landed on its top. Hall is hospitalized at Midland, Tex., as a result. HIGH SCHOOLS By Chuck Otterson J Entries F I R ST-Doubtn, S Points I Olabarn-Egana ? Fsna-Ugarte t Torres-Pedrtf I Gorn-Baranda 5 Aleiandro-Vicantfi ft Antonio-Mugica 7 Egurbide-Luis I Orbe-Aretio SECOND-Ooub),5 Point I Anfonio-Ugarte J Torres-Egana 3 Olabarri-Baranda 4 Aleiandro-Pedro $ Fana-Aretto 6 Gorri-Luis 7 Lopelegui-Vicandi I Egurbide-Lasarte THIRD Do ubls, 4 Points Pint Daily Double-Fiat Half 1 Ormaia 2 Jose 3 Ramon 4 Zaguirre 5 Treio 6 Urizar 7 Roberto FOURTH-Doublts, 5 Points FirM Daily Double Second Half 1 Olabarri-Vicandi 2 Aleiandro-Ugarte 3 Gorri-Egana 4 Fana-Pedro 5 Torres-Aretio 6 Antonio-Baranda HFTH-Doubtts, 5 Points 1 Lopetegui-lraoia 2 Uriiar-Lasarte 3 Coll-Mugica 4 Orbe-Arrasate 5 Lerchundi-Andrade 6 Ulacia Suri SIXTH-Doublts, 5 Points 1 Uriiar-Jose 2 Trejo-Arrasate 3 Aipiri-Leiarcegui 4 Ramon-Eguta 5 Zaguirre-Suri 6 Roberto-Ormaza SEVENTH-Doubles, 5 Points 1 Aleiandro-Egana 2 Torres-Vicandi 3 Fana LuiS 4 Olabarh-Lasarte 5 Orbe-Ugarte 6 Lopetegui-Pedro 7 Gorri-Mugica 8 Egurbide-Aretio EIGHTH Doubles, 5 Points 1 Ramon-lraola 2 Coll-Lejarcegui 3 Lerchundi-Ormaza 4 Aipiri-Eguia 5 Roberto-Andrade 6 Zaguirre-Jose NINTH-Doubles,S Points 1 Ulacia-Arrasate 2 Trejo-Suri 3 Urizar-Ormaza 4 Roberto-Jose 5 Ramon-Leiorcegul 0 Zaguirre-Eguia TENTH Doubles, 5 Points Second Daily Double-First Half 1 Lopetegui-Mugica 2 Aipth-Baranda 3 Antonio-Suri 4 Ulaaa-Aretio 5 Coll-Lasarte 6 Lerchundi-Luis 7 Egurbide-Andrade 8 Orbe-lraola ELEVENTH Doubles, 7 Points Second Daily Double Second Half 1 Azpiri-Arrasate 2 Lerchundi-Jose 3 Ramon-Suri 4 Roberto-lraola 5 Urizar-Eguia 6 Treio-Lejarcegui 7 Coll-Ormaia 8 Zaguirre-Andrade Results FIRST-Doubles;5p1s. 3 Antonio-Egana 36.40 7.20 6.60 3 7 Alejandro-Mugica 10.60 8 20 ( 6 Orbe-Baranda Ouiniela (3-71 S40.B0 9.20 SECOND Doubles; 5 pts. 1 Torres-Vicandi 9.20 9.20 7.40 6 2 Antonio-Ugarte 6.20 S.00 7 6 Alejandro-Lasarte 4 60 5 Ouiniela (1-21 SS6.20 Perfects ( 1-1) 1143.40 Big 0 1 3-7, 1-2) 1386.60 THIRD - Singles, 6 pts 6 Treio 12 80 9 00 3 60 10 3 Ulacia 8.80 5 00 5 Urirar Ouiniela (3-6) $39.00 FOURTH Doubles; S pts. 3.00 2 Gorri-Luis 7.20 3.60 1 Antonio-Pedro S lopetegui-Baranda 4.80 2 80 3 00 Ouiniela 11-2) S28.80 Perlecta ( 7-1 ) S94.20 DAILY DOUBLE (6-2) $94.20 FIFTH - Doubles; Sols. 6 Olabarri-Luis 11.40 6.40 3.20 7 5 4 Gorri-Vicandl 5.40 3 80 8 5 2 Lopetegui-Ugarte 3 20 9 5 Ouiniela 14-6) s 79.00 Perlecta (64) $71.10 SIXTH Doubles; 5 pts. 4 Lerchundi Eguia B.B0 5.60 2 80 7 5 3 Ramon-Letarcegui 5.00 5 60 B 5 1 Aipiri-Suri 4 60 8 4 Ouiniela (3-4) $30.80 Perlecta (4-3) $53.40 SEVENTH Doubles; 5 Pts. 8 Ulacia-Vicandi 10.20 7 00 4 60 6 5 3 Fana-Lasarte 16 00 6 80 5 4 5 Coll-Ugarle 4.00 7 3 Ouiniela (3-1) $95.10 PerfKta (8-3) $289.50 EIGHTH- Doubles; 5 pts. 3 Treio-lraola 11.40 3 60 4 40 7 5 2 Ulacia-Eguia 4.40 3 20 7 4 5 Zaguirre-Andrade 3 60 7 4 Ouiniela (2-3) $27.20 Perlecta (3-2) $59.40 NINTH Doubles; 5pts. 2 Aipirl-Leiarcegui 13 80 4 40 7 60 7 5 6 Zagulrre-Surl 4.00 2 40 5 ? 4 Trejo-Egula 3.00 7 t Ouiniela (1-6) $16.20 Perfect (2-6) $98.70 TENTH Doubles; 5 pts. 5 Aiplrl-Aretlo 21.80 7 20 3 40 7 5 2 Ramon-Luis 6.20 4.20 7 4 I CollBaianda 4.20 4 3 Ouiniela 12-5) $39.40 (Results of the final games were not available at press time. They will be published in today's Palm Beach Times). SELECTIONS I. Fane-Uoa,Ale-Vlc,Orbe-Are 1. Tor-Ega, Ale-Ptd, Lop-Vic 3. Orm, Zag, Url 4. Lop-Ira, Ale-Uga, Fana-Ped J. Lop-Ira, Ler-And, Ula-Suri 6. Zag-Surl, Ram-Egu, Aip-Lel 7. Gor-Mug, Tor-Vic, Fane-Luis I. Aip-Egu, Ram-Ira, Coil-Lei f . Tre-Surl, Ula-Arr, Ram-Le 10. Aip-Bar, Ler-Luis, Coil-Las II. Aip-Arr, Rob-Ira, Tre-Lel Score Board NBA Roundup Eastern Division Won Lost Pet. Behind Jai-Alai Roundup 'Mikes' Pace Rushers Lake Worth's Little Mike and Big Mike are running 1-2 in the battle for the rushing lead among Suncoast East football players. Sophomore Mike Humphrey, the Trojans' 150-pound tailback, sets the pace with 736 yards in 118 carries, a 6.2 average. Close behind in second place is big Mike Benefiel, Lake Worth's 195-poutxl, senior fullback. Bene-Tiel has gained 704 yards in 117 tries, a 6.0 overage. Nine of the top 10 rushers have only one game remaining, but Riviera's Jack Rhine, who ranks No. 4 with 572 yards, has two left. TEAM OFFENSE Special i, !M Low lillM Priced mMM Inn se Holidays J J to Grand sJmMl r . vm,e i j-ej iisr . Perlecta (3-6) 1,117 M ELEVENTH - i.C.,C Time 34 43 casrie s Time 1 Silver Asset 5 Amigo Carlos Ouiniela (74)S11.6 TWELFTH - B.CC 2 J.F.'s Royal Ann S B w s Victoria 3 Risset 9 00 5 00 3 00 2 60 2 20 30 Tim 34:67 22 60 7 20 610 3 60 140 2 40 Ouiniela (2-5) 522.80 Perlecta (2-5) S47.M Big"0"(7-(2-5llll!.4 Alton. 5,471 Handle S434,9S4 Selections 1 - Deputy Joe, Lisa S., Hyle Oil 2 Pranced, Black Fabian.Rosy Re 3- Fringe Binge, well Staged, Land Grant 4 J's ChampionGirl, Daytona Drive,Mi 5 - Back Wash, Polly Choke, Royal Dick 4 Flouncy, Crown Princess, Sahde Dane 7 - Mannix A., Wafted, Old Kim I Suzuki, Alley Fighter, Classy Commel 9 - Johnny Rocket, Ch'N Fly, Mar Jaguar 10 Northern Champ, My True, Strictly )1 Tacoma Lad, Senor Chavez, B r en don 12 Lady Senator, Southline, Max King Col Pro Cuba Rips AT&T, 164 Pro Cuba slammed out a 16-4 win over AT & T in a slow pitch softball game at Currie Park iTuesday night. Roy Alvarez collected three nits, including a three-run homer, and drove in six hits for the winners. Teammates Manuel "erez Jr. and Hervert Perez ilso got three hits. Jerry Kemp pounded out three hits for the 'osers. In West Palm Beach call 048-3478 Cigarillos M Plastic Tip A Get 'em at your dealer per Including conditioned trip Chuck's Choices LAST YEAR ROOSEVELT HIGH football fans spent a pleasant Saturday afternoon watching O. J. Simpson of UCLA on television. Then they hurried out to the Riviera Beach High gridiron and watched O. J. Jr. i Smoke Anderson) lead the favored Maroon Devils to a three-touchdown triumph over arch-rival Kennedy. This yearthere will be a few changes. First and foremost, Smoke is gone. He graduated last June and it'll be up to fellows like Charlie Brown to try to take his place in this year's clash with Kennedy's Vikings. Second, the Roosevelt-Kennedy game is on a Friday night instead of Saturday, so Maroon Devil fans will have to wait till the next day to watch O. J. run against UCLA. Third. Kennedy is the favorite this time. Fourth, the game will be played at Cooley Stadium, with WEAT-TV (Channel 12) filming it on videotape for viewing at 11 p.m. Jim Gallagher and Jay Solomon will be at the microphone. Prediction (for what it's worth I: KENNEDY 20, ROOSEVELT 12 - Roosevelt fans may think they're seeing Smoke in a rival uniform when they get a look at Kennedy 's Henry Coleman. Other games: THURSDAY CHAMINADE 20, NEWMAN 0 - Chaminade needs this one for District 8-A championship; they won't muff it. FRIDAY PAHOKEE 27, BELLE GLADE 13 - Past performances ion't mean much in this one, but Pahokee wants that Suncoast West title. LEONARD 20, BOCA RATON 13 - Close to Dunn combina-;ion is hard to stop. RIVIERA BEACH 26, JUPITER 0 - Hornets had two weeks .o get ready for this one. NORTH SHORE 13, HOLLYWOOD HILLS 7 - Mustangs wunce back fromloss to Palm Beach. LAKE SHORE 26, DUNBAR 0 - Bobcats should win with jase. MOORE HAVEN 20, LaBELLE 0 - Terriers close out a winning campaign. LAKE PLACID 34, AVON PARK - Could be worse. LINCOLN PARK 20, APOPKA WHEATLEY 19 - Grey-loundsaredue. MARTIN COUNTY 34, OKEECHOBEE 0 - No contest. SATURDAY CARVER 39, JOHN CARROLL 0 - Eagles wrap up District t-B championship. LAST WEEK 16-2-1. .889. SEASON 127-24-4. .841. Bahama Rush Pass Total Seacrest 234.7 72.7 30 7 3 Vero Beach 183 4 101.1 284 5 Lake Worth 194 0 14.3 208 3 Forest Hill 113 9 92 1 206 0 Riviera Beech 132.6 36.1 168.8 Dan McCarty 119 6 42.7 162 2 Palm Beach 104 0 24.1 128.1 TEAM DEFENSE Rush Pass Total Vero Beach 54 2 48 4 102 7 Seacrest 47 1 80 9 128 0 Riviera Beach 94 3 42 5 1 36.8 Lake Worth 93.2 61.4 1 54.7 Forest Hill 121.6 44 8 1 66.3 Palm Bearh 156 9 70 9 22 7 8 Dan McCarty 188 7 52 8 241.4 IND. RUSHING Att. Yds. Avg. Humphrey, LW lie 736 6 2 Benefiel, LW 117 704 6 0 Matthews, Sea 69 629 9.1 Rhine, RB 124 572 4 6 Allen, Sea 90 530 5.9 Russ, VB 104 529 5 1 Dowes, VB 101 509 50 Cushman, FH 134 487 3.6 Hodges, PB 113 469 4 1 Heninger, PB 74 456 6.2 INO. PASSING (Nine or more completions) Alt. Comp Yds. Gain Hopkins, FH 83 4 7 520 6.3 Hardin, Sea 77 39 640 8 3 Testerman, VB 50 26 461 9 2 Cushman, FH 33 1 7 2 56 7 8 Russ, VB 13 9 183 14 I Saunders, RB 61 20 197 3.2 Swords, VB 22 9 221 10 0 Gillette, DM 97 25 237 2.5 Brown, PB 55 16 156 2 8 Oatway, LW 32 11 61 1.9 INO. RECEIVING No. Yds. Avg. Williams, Sea 17 255 15.0 Wilson. FH 17 167 9 8 Downs, VB 15 2 59 1 7 3 Keilty, RB 15 189 12.6 Speece, FH 13 146 112 Hathaway, FH 10 78 7 8 Blanton, DM 9 132 14.7 Jenkins, Sea 9 101 112 Heninger, PB 9 93 10 .3 Parris, VB I 171 21 4 Matthews. Sea I 163 20 .4 Anderson, FH 107 13.4 Hotel During 3 special periods you can still enjoy 5 Wonderful Days! 4 Romantic Nights at the maw Tff(?s Zstlz; v?''-' (AP Wlrephoto) Kreidler Got Slow Start Time is running out on Clewis-ton's Danny Kreidler in his bid to repeat as the top rusher in the Western Division of Suncoast Conference football. Kreidler. who gained only 165 yards in the Tigers' first five games, piled up 445 in the next four but still trails Pahokee's Leopold Sterling by 59 yards with only one game left. Sterling leads with 669 yards in 101 carries, a 6.6 average. Kreidler is second with 610 yards in 141 attempts, a 4.3 average. Pahokee winds up its 1968 season Friday night against Belle Glade, while Clewiston closes out the campaign Thanksgiving Eve against Okeechobee. Pahokee's James Hickman continues to hold a narrow lead over Belle Glade's Tommy Alt-man in the passing race, but Alt-man's teammate. Gary Res-mondo. is the top receiving with 22 catches for 273 yards. Pahokee is No. 1 in team offense, while Clewiston sets the pace defensively. TEAM OFFENSE Rush Pass Total Pahokee 159.1 66 7 245 8 Belle Glade ! 11.1 95 6 206 8 Martin County 124 I 47 0 171,1 Boca Raton 112 0 36.8 148 8 Clewiston 118.6 20 6 139.1 Jupiter 106 4 25.4 131.8 TEAM DEFENSE Rush Pass Total Clewiston 75.4 61.1 136 6 Belle Glade 101 0 37 9 138 9 Pahokee 127 3 36 0 163.3 Martin County 118 5 54.9 173.4 Boca Raton 157 1 52.9 210 0 Jupiter 138 0 81.5 219.5 IND. RUSHING Att. Yds. Avg. Sterling 101 669 6 6 Kreidler, Clew 141 610 4.3 Mclnlyre, MC 93 446 4 8 Agatheas, BR 99 414 4 2 WcGlamory, BG 75 373 5.0 Nolan, BR 97 304 3.1 Scott, Jup 76 301 4 0 Howard, Pah 53 281 5.3 Osborne, Pah 38 271 7.1 Bartley, Clew 53 254 4.8 IND. PASSING (Eight or more completions) Aft. Comp. Yds. Gain Hickman, Pah 86 36 778 9 0 Altman, BG 105 45 583 5.6 Bowling, MC 46 72 308 6.7 Sparling, BR 89 24 283 3 2 Miller, Clew 51 15 160 3.1 LaCasse, Jup 50 8 179 3.6 IND. RECEIVING No. Yds. Avg. Resmondo, BG J. Osborne, Pah Wilder, BG Agatheas, BR W. Osborne, Pah Sterling, Pah McGlamory, BG Bartley. Clew Gibson, Jup John Thomas, MC 22 273 12 4 14 317 22.6 10 90 9 0 9 108 12 0 8 184 23 0 7 182 26 0 7 153 21 9 7 74 10 6 6 171 28 5 6 84 14.0 Yank Shortstop Gets Discharge NEW YORK (AP) - Jerry Kenney. New York Yankee rookie shortstop, will be discharged from the Navy in December in plenty of time to join the club for spring training. Marine Weather Small boat forecast for the Florida lower east coast through the Bahamas as far as Nassau and southward through the Florida straits Wednesday: Seas four to seven feet. Inland waters choppy. NHL Roundup National League East Division W L T Pts. GF GA New York II S 0 22 SO 36 Montreal 9 4 3 21 53 38 Boston 5 2 20 51 36 Toronto 4 3 19 35 31 Chicago 7 1 17 66 58 Detroit 6 6 3 IS 54 48 West Division St Louis 7 6 4 II SI 31 Minnesota 6 I 2 14 42 41 Philadelphia 6 I 2 14 35 49 Los Angeles 6 I 13 33 48 Oakland 4 10 3 11 37 56 Pittsburgh J II 2 1 36 57 Monday's Results No games scheduled. Tuesdey's Games No games scheduled. Wednesday's Games Detroit at Montreal Pittsburgh at Toronto Los Angeles at New York Chicago at Minnesota Oakland at St. Louis Only games scheduled. Bahamas' largest, friendliest and most complete resort for Only qDqU Christmas Shopping Savings! Imagine the fun of filling your Christmas list with all sorts of imported bargains (liquors, cashmeres, cameras, perfumes, etc.) at well below U.S. prices and having a great time while you're at it! Might be you can save enough to pay for a big part of your holiday. person, twin occupancy decorator designed air room at hotel and round transportation. Special Package Periods November 30 December 4 December 14 December 18 December 17 December 21 Take advantage of these specially-priced packages! Board MS Grand Bahama, our 160-foot, air-conditioned, luxury liner at Port of Palm Beach (protected parking for your car, $1 per. day) and land at the hotel marina refreshed and ready to enjoy the 57' fun things there are to do at Grand Bahama Hotel and Country Club! You'll spend all your time right on the scene, ready to golf or swim, fish, do any one of the many, many things there are within easy walking distance at this really different, really fun resort. But don't just come yourself. Make it an adventure for you, your family and your friends . . . the more the merrier. At this special price it'll be a blast! Boston II 3 . 786 - Baltimore 12 4 . 750 - Cincinnati II 4 .733 "i Philadelphia 7 4 . 636 2"i Detroit 7 I .467 4") New York 6 II .353 6"i Milwaukee 3 10 .231 J" Western Division LOS Angeles 12 4 . 750 - San Francisco . ..7 8 .467 4lj Atlanta 7 9 .438 5 San Diego 6 400 5'i Phoenm S I .385 5 i Chicago 6 10 .375 6 Seattle 6 14 . 300 8 Monday's Results No games scheduled. Tuesday's Games Three Gator Stars Might Miss Finale Bv ED PAVELKA GAINESVILLE (AFN) - The University of Florida, happy to have an open date this Saturday so that most of its injured players can get back into shape for the season's windup with Miami on Nov. 30, may be facing the Hurricanes without three of its top players. Already lost for the season is offensive guard Mac Steen, who was operated on for left knee ligament damage Sunday. The Melbourne junior was injured in the Gator's 16-14 win last Saturday when he was blocked from the side covering a punt in the fourth quarter. The injury situation becomes much more serious, though, with the possibility that Florida's top two quarterbacks, Larry Rentz and Jackie Eckdahl, might miss the season finale. Rentz was forced out of action in the second quarter Saturday with a rib injury that has since been diagnosed as a bad bruise and a possible hairline fracture. He will begin running Wednesday and if the pain is not too intense he may get a chance to play in his last collegiate game. Eckdahl has been bothered by a calcium deposit on his left bi-cep for two weeks. Team doctors are currently trying to dissolve the golf ball size, lump with injections and heat Gilbert Heads Grid Officials Gordon Gilbert, teacher in Boca Raton, is the new president of the East Coast Football Officials Association. He will succeed Roy Cataldo of West Palm Beach for the 1969-70 season. Also elected to take office at the close of this season were Jack Maloy, West Palm Beach, vice-president; Ed Boell, West Palm Beach, recording secretary; Frank White, North Palm Beach, booking agent and secretary. Miami Of Ohio Foe Undecided ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) - Miami University of Ohio, winner of the Mid-American Conference, will play either Richmond or The Citadel in the 23rd Tangerine Bowl football game here the night of Dec. 27. Sponsors announced Tuesday that the final pairing would be decided by games this week-end which will decide the Southern Conference championship. Richmond, 5-0 in the league and 6-3 overall, plays William & Mary while the Citadel (4-1 and 5-4 meets East Carolina. Under arrangements with the National Collegiate Athletic Association, the Tangerine Bowl has received permission to pair winners of the Mid-American and Southern Conferences for the annual game. Miami has a none-league game remaining with Cincinnati. Pacers Host Drake LAKK WORTH - Coach Jim Tanner's Palm Reach Junior College Pacers go after their second victor)' of the young basketball season tonight when they plav host to Drake College of Fort Lauderdale. Game time is 8 p.m. The Pacers opened their 1968-69 campaign Friday night with an 81-74 overtime victory over Florida Junior College of Jacksonville. Improved board strength played a major part in the victory, with Jim Jackson hauling down 22 rebounds. Earl Findley 21. Jim Ley 16 and Warcecer Jakes 11. Findley was the leading scorer with 22 points. Wee Willie Gibson chipped in with 15. Spectra Wins, 1-0 LAKE PARK - Don Snvder went 2-for-2 Tuesday night to pace Spectra to a 1-0 victory over RCA in Winter League slow pitch Softball action. Karl Hoffman. Bill Hlattner and Ron Mancini hammered two hits apiece as Parkway edged Pratt & Whitney 5-4, while Camilli's downed Bob's Citgo 6-3 in the other game. Cincinnati at Detroit Atlanta at Milwaukee Phoenix vs. Philadelphia at New York San Diego at New York San Francisco at Chicago Boston at Los Angeles Only games scheduled. Wednesday's Games San Diego at Baltimore San Francisco al Cincinnati New York at Atlanta Boston at Seattle ABA Roundup Eastern Division Won Lost Pet. Behind Vtinnesota Kentucky Miami . .. New York .778 583 .400 Indiana .273 Western Division Oakland 10 133 Los Angeles 5 Denver 5 New Orleans 4 Ho'iton 3 Dallas .. 2 556 400 .375 286 Monday's Results Kentucky 120, Miami 119 Houston 99, New Orleans 88 Only games scheduled. Today's Games Denver vs. Minnesota at Duluth Kentucky at New Orleans Indiana at Dallas Only games scheduled. 'Wednesday's Games Oakland at Los Angeles Denver at Kentucky Indiana at Houston New York at Miami Only games scheduled. 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