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22-Palm Beach Post, Thursday, Nov. 21, 1963 Findley Sparks Pacer Win Dog Racing I im mum i ii r"" Miami Biscayne Track ENTRIES score 5-5 with 16:21 gone, but Findley 's free throw moments later gave the Pacers a 6-5 bulge and they were never threatened again. But this is not to say the Broward county club did not put on a show for the avid gathering of 500. Drake Coach Phil Dange-lo constantly cried injustice to the officials and was finally tagged with a technic.il foul late in the game. TimtM:$4 960 380 3 20 I 40 4.60 340 Time 34:41 17 60 6 20 3 80 4.20 2 80 ELEVENTH - B.C., 1 Senor Ghavei 4 B J s Jet Star 6 Brendan Oumieta t M) S47.40 TWELFTH - B.C.,C 2 Velvet Claude I Southime 3 Lady Senator 2 40 Ouimela ( 1-21 S27.40 Perfect a ( 2-1) $100.20 Big QIMU 1-2) $1,090.00 Attendance 5,1 17; Handle $40472 By DON BOYKIN Staff Writer LAKE WORTH - Earl Find-ley Palm Beach Junior College's strapping 6-foot-7 forward bagged 26 points and pulled down 25 rebounds to lead the Pacers past inept Drake College of Fort Lauderdale, 94-67, Wednesday night in a basketball game here. Findley hit consistently from both outside and inside to spur Palm Beach to its second victory without a loss. The Pacers dumped Florida Junior College in their opener. The Deacons are now 3-2. Drake managed to keep things even for the first four minutes of the contest, but from then on Findley and Company ran away with the score. Demon John Morgan hit on a lay-up to make the SELECTIONS I Maitar Touch, Dacoita, Oca (J Ratf FiMt Tag, Paraphinalia, Ocata Bertha 3 - Pol Polly, OOoasto, Holly's Groat 4 - Barf t Mini, Carstan, Supor Club 5 Gingor Jar, J. F.'i Amran, Getaway Ticot a - wickod Sistor, Man Whito Wingi, Daily Spocial 7 - M. V. Daliah, Gorrio! Jaguar, Rtsltut-fling - Sardtr, Capriolod, Flashy Folly Ethol Jano, Palm Loungo, Dot For Short 10 - Sun Struck, Rim's Muitlor, Sandy Sails II Dusty Valo, Dick's Doubloon, Empire Missy 11 - That's Mac, Subvalo, Iris Tara 7th - M.C., C Patsy Jay Road West Gerrie s Jaguar City Blues Milady K M Y Del i ah Leeson Reshuffling tin -S-14, A Ronald Tip S P Hondo Ros Stonewall Sander Flashy Folly Ats Darter Barb's Choice Caprioled tin - MC, B Palm Lounge Chandelight Blue Ethel Jane CB 's Small Bite Sandy Posey Theorued Oty Counsel Dot For Short 10th - B.C., A Rue's Hustler Sandy Sails Go Norma Jax Goodwin Candy Jac Brother Bigtex Sun Struck Bg Book 11th-B.C., c Empire Missy Rocket M)x Dick's Doubloon Dusty Vale Missile Rock Look Good My Lynne Butterfly's Honey IMh-B.C.C Peered Abrasive J A's Scope Subvale That's Mac Rocket Peggy Ins Tara Barney Claude v . yjf . .... - M. ;-S : ..: f tms. : ' ' . Irir i -.-.j v, . .... j , . ht-5-U, B Miss Saddle Priceless Franny B W 's Enterprise Ocala Red Vaster Touch Some Gem Oacosta Dutch Date 2nd-B.C,C Ocaia Bertha Paraphinata Vmeila Champ J A 'sCl.M Fleet Tag Zameram Some Toy Eiioga'ty 3rd -5-14, D Guyseven S P 's Dancer Kelly'sGreat Pot Polly Salter ee Machined Oooasto Get Withem 4th B.C., 0 Supper Club Crony Eddie Jimlee J.N.'j Toyah Lou Bart's Mini Walley Cole Renowned Carstan (M) Sth - M.C., D B J.'sHit Record Suqar Boxx Elate iM) Getaway Trinket Rhinestone J.F.'s Amran Ginger Jar J A s King (M) 4th B.C., B Prognostic Wicked Sister Bob's Oveta J A s Ethel Tough Subject Heeded Max White Wings Daily Special With each fonl called against his club by either Ray Cataldo or Trank Dipasquale, the game officials, Dangelo would jump to his feet and utter disapproval. "Nice call. Ref," Dangelo would scream ferociously. "Get in the ball game." As the game wore on, the Demon mentor became more excited. "I am going to report you guys to the association. These are the worst officials I have ever seen." Charlie Dukes and Jim Jackson aided Findley with 12 and 11 points respectively, while little Willie Gibson and Ward Freer each added 10. Jackson was the Pacers second leading rebo under with 10. Palm Beach outrebounded the Demons. 75-37. COURT SPLINTERS - The rock -n roll band which played during the Pacers' game last year was absent Thursday night. Palm Beach is unbeaten. Maybe there is a connection . . . Several local high school basketball coaches were on hand as were many schoolboy players. DRAKE G F T Bolin I I 3 Shrader 4 12 20 Morgan 1 I 3 Duda 6 1 13 Vincent 1 0 2 Thomasson 4 0 8 Carpenter 0 2 2 Jones 1 4 6 Grayson I 0 2 King 3 2 8 Totals 22 23 67 PBJC G F T Jackson 4 3 II Findley 9 8 26 Perry 0 0 0 Ley 10 2 Gibson 5 0 10 J urban 2 0 4 Freer 4 2 10 Jakes 2 3 7 Irwin I 6 8 Oukes 3 6 12 Odum 0 4 4 Totals 31 32 94 Drake 30 37 - 67 PBJC 38 56 - 94 Jai-Alai Roundup West Palm Beach Fronton Newman Tests Chaminade HOLLYWOOD - If Hollywood Chaminade has a long memory. Cardinal Newman High may be in trouble tonight. Newman faces unbeaten Chaminade tonight in a football game at South Broward High School Field. Game time is 8 p.m. A year ago. Chaminade and Coach Sam Budnyk's Crusaders met for the District 8-A title. Newman came away with a 35-6 win and a playoff berth. But this year only Chaminade has a chance for a playoff spot and needs a victory tonight over Newman to earn a place against Riviera Beach Kennedy in the first round. Newman with a 3-6 record is headed nowhere. But nothing would please Bud-nyk more than to upset the Lions tonight. "Our boys seem to be up," he said. "And I feel like if we can stop their outside running game, we have a chance to win. We feel like we have played a rougher schedule and this will help." Chaminade is 9-0 but should it lose. Pompano Beach Elv would ENTRIES RESULTS FIRST -Doublt,5ptl. 6 Anlonio-Mugica 18.40 S Aleiandro-Vicandi 1 Fana-Ugarte Ownltla (S-tl S47.40 7 40 5 20 5 00 3 60 5 20 FIRST 5 Points Aletandro-Pedro TorrevVicandi Lopetegui-Ugatie Fana-Aretio Orbe-Luis Olabarri-Mugica Egurbide-Egana Antonio-Baranda SECOND -5 Points Aleiandro-Egana Olabarri-Luis Torres-Baranda Fana-Lasar!e RESULTS Egurbide-Ugarte Lopetegui-Arelio Antonio-Vicandi Orbe-Pedro Time 31.68 I 20 16 20 FIRST - 516 - 5 Candy Claude I Tinted 1 exture 6 Points 3 60 THIRD - Ulaaa traoia Ormaza Eguia Leiarcegui Treio Roberto FOURTH 5 Points O'abarri-Baranda Aleiandro-Ugarle Anfonio-Eqana Torres -Luis Fana-Mugica Equrbide-Pedro SECONO-DoublM.Sptl. 7 Lopetagui-Vicandi 20 60 S 60 3.60 6 S 3 Olabarri-Baranda 4 80 4 60 7 4 4 Aleiandro-Pedro 3.20 4 3 OuiniHa (3-7) 151.20 PtrlKta (7-3) 170.20 Big 0 ( 5-6) (3-7)1552.60 THIRD Singln; 6 pts, 22 Jose 13.40 5 20 3.20 6 7 Roberto 7 60 7 60 9 6 5 Treio 4 40 I 5 Ouinitla (2-7) $35.00 FOURTH - Doublal; S pts. 6 Antonio-Baranda 10 20 3 60 2 60 6 5 3 Gorri-Egana 4.00 3 20 5 3 2 Aleiandro-Ugarte 2.60 6 3 Ouiniela (3-6) 517,90 Perlecta (6-3) S47.70 DAILY DOUBLE (2-6) 566.00 FIFTH Doubles; 5 pts. 6 Ulacia-Surl 9.20 4.00 2.40 6 5 2 Urizar-Lasarte 7.20 3 20 7 4 4 Orbe-Arrasate 2 40 i Ouiniela (2-6) 117.20 Perfecta (6-2) $43.40 SIXTH - Doubles; S pts. 5 Zaguirre-Surl 8 60 3 60 1 60 t 5 6 Roberto-Orma;e 6 40 3.20 6 4 3 Atpiri-Leiarcegui 2 40 6 3 Ouiniela (5-6) S30.60 Perlecta (5-6) SIS9.M SEVENTH-Doubles; S pts. 3 Fana-Luis 20.60 8 00 4.40 7 S 8 Egurbide-Aretio 8.60 4.20 6 4 4 Olabarrl-Lasarte 4 40 4 3 Ouiniela (3-8) 147.60 Perfecta (3-1) 1274.50 EIGHTH Doubles; 5 pts. I Ramon-lraola 12.00 4.00 2.60 7 3 Uriiar-Ormaia 6.40 J 80 7 s FIFTH -5 Points Orbe-Suri Aipiri-Mugica Ulacia-Lasarte Lopetegui-Lejarce gut Urizar-lraola Coll -Jose claim the 8-A crown. Trejo-Eguia Zaguirre-Jose Roberto-Lejarcegul 8 Sandy Tears 4 80 Ouimela (Ml 127.60 Perlecta (S-ll StCONO - BC - B Time 34 34 3 Black Fabian 23 20 8 60 i 70 6 J A s Joke 8 40 8 60 2 Pranced 3 20 Ouimela (3-tl JIH.40 Perfects 16-3) S3I6.60 DAILY DOUBLE (S-3) 1188 JO THIRD BC D Time 34.50 3 Etlenbee 7.20 4 60 4 00 2 Land Grant 5 60 5 00 1 Ting Tang 6 20 Ouimela 12-31 121 80 Perlecta 13-21 143.80 FOURTH BC D Time 34.60 2 Ma 10 20 7 40 3 60 6 J l Champion Girl 3.00 2 60 SExpando 3 80 Ouimela 1 2-6 ) S 18.80 Perlecta ( 2-4) 537 .40 FIFTH -MC-D Time 50.66 2 Polly Choke 14 40 5 00 2 80 4 Jimmy Dawg 4.40 2 60 6 Back Wash 2.40 Ouiniela 12-41 (26.60 Perfects 12-4) S56.80 SIXTH BC B Time 34.38 5 Fayorite Meadow 17 40 5.20 2 80 7 Crown Princess 3.60 2 40 8Flooncy 3 00 Ouimela (5-') S19.20 Perlecta (5-71 S47 .40 WrATH--i 18. A Time 11:12 I 'A.i.li-i! II IKI h'l 1 IHI l,inni 2 Jfl L' It) :i Inviilii.ihlc :i l,n MinaMa.'Mi .; Prrtrrta iWl 111." KK.IHH Vl( lime 50:33 H ..tup JHM) II 60 7 IKI "We know Chaminade is really going to be ready for us," Budnyk said, "because it needs Senior 4-Ball PORT ST. LLX1E lAP)-Defending champion Alan Howard and Bob Loulek, both of Davenport, Iowa, won their first-round match in the World's Four-Ball Amateur Senior's Golf Championship Wednesday. Staff Photo By Lou PavTO day night in their game at the Pacers' gym. Dukes scored 12 points as Palm Beach won 94-67. SIXTH 5 Points Ramon-Arrasate Urizar-Andrade Coll-Ormaza SEVENTH -Points Torres-Arrssate Lopetegui-Aretio Anton io-Mugica Olabarri-Suri CLOSE COVERAGE - Bill Shrader (No. 11) of Drake College guards Palm Beach Junior College's Charlie Dukes (No. 23) on an attempted shot Wednes- to win to get into the playoffs and it is thinking about the way we won last vear." Orbe-Ugarte Egurbide-lraola Aipiri-Egana Ulacia-Vicandi 6 Zaguirre-Jose 2 60 7 4 Ouiniela (1-3) 122.10 Perfecta (1-3) S5I.W Zaguirre-Andrade Ramon-Ormaza Roberto-Eguia NINTH Doubles; 5 pis. 6 Zaguirre-Eguia 10.20 6 60 3 60 8 5 3 Urizar-Ormaza 6.60 4.40 9 5 5 Ramon-Leiarcegui 2,80 9 5 Ouiniela (3-6) S24.80 Perfecta (6-3) S181.S0 TENTH Doubles; Spts. 2 Azrurl-BBronda 10.60 4.20 3.80 6 5 5 Coil-Lasarte lOdfl 5 ?n 7 4 U U 1311 jd u e) 'lMH'l Urlzar-Ormaza Ramon-Eguia Zftguirre-Arrasale Fana-Suri Antonio-Andrade Coll-Baranda Azpiri-Lasarte 6 Ramon-Luis 5.20 5 3 EIGHTH 5 Points 'Jlacia-Vicandi Coll-Surl Trejo-lraola Ulacia-Jose NINTH S Points Azpirf-Andrade Coll-Leiarcegui Treio-Jose TENTH -5 Points Egurbide-Aretio Lopetegui-Luis OrbeVicandi Uri7ar-Pedro ELEVENTH - 7 Points Coll-lraola Azpin-Jcse Treio-Arrasate Ulacia-Equia Ouimela (2-5) S27 .60 (Results of the final game were not avail (JuimHn ' 1-H- S73 (Hi, r rirrta iR-l - SH7 ?fl SIMII-HC V lime 2 M..r ! iL'iur 80 " 411 able at press time. They will be published muuay s i imes.) 5214 BROADWAY WEST PALM BEACH 4 l is-inn HNtin.t .' n r Minirln ' 1 J 4 S5:i,(Ht I KM H lit . A :w-itiip(i H Hi-hi, II FREE PARKING !H2fl 5W HerlMlii.2-4. W.IHI TimeM:Hfi M 2" 1.1 40 ri 4t 15 (Hi t li : (hi 3323 SOUTH DIXIE WEST PALM BEACH THURS., FRI. & SAL Urizar-Leiarcegul Ramon-Suri Roberto-Andrade Zaguirre-Ormaza London Hunt CC ijuini. lii WW.i.m, IV rt (!,, M 11 mh NOV. 21, 22 & 23 CASH and CARRY OOOOO Leads Canadians LOST TREE VILLAGE Twenty-four teams of pros and amateurs began play Wednesday in the All-Canada Pro-Am at the Lost Tree Club here. U.S. 1 O laxtanac Open DailvO 7 A.M. TO O 12 MidnightO Sunday O SMIRNOFF VODKA 80 PROOF MARTIN'S V.V.O. SCOTCH 88.8 PROOF 8 YEARS OLD ANCIENT AGE BOURBON 88 PROOF 6 YEARS OLD Leading the field at the end of 12 Noon too 2 MidnighlQ 18 holes of this 72 hole event was a team captained by pro Orest Spooner with amateur teammates, from his London Hunt and Country Club, A. A. Johnson, Dr. H.S. Cameron and Dr. J.K. Wv-att. They posted a best ball of 60 to lead the field by one shot. L "I If n .MARTINS; yvay u81tuu,,ufl THUHS. A o LIQUOR SPECIALS THRU SIT. 0 1 :ltt.wf A m JIM BEAM NOILLY PRATT or MARTINI & ROSSI m P7' Ltt ;B0URB0N VERMOUTH I Score Board FIFTH FIFTH FIFTH S129 ML! 99 large tun. 5 th in WHITE HI f II as 5th CLAN MacGREGOR SCOTCH ...3" 5th BISSET'S SCOTCH - 86.8 PR ... 4" QT. PHILADELPHIA - BLEND 439 5th FOUR ROSES -BLEND 4" 0 0 0 0 A QT. RON RICO RUM 5th OLD FLORIDA RUM .... Sth CANADA DRY GIN - 90 PR QT. MOHAWK VODKA - 80 PR oMacGREGOR, HORSE SCOTCH 299 339 ...3M ANDRE CHAMPAGKE PINK CHAMPAGNE COLD DUCK SPARKLING BURGUNDY I" li BOTTLE SCOTCH i s $ m M 5th 5th 0 SELECTION OF ALEXIS LIMINE WINES SELECTION OF CRUSE WINES -o A 1 IMPERIAL SEAGRAM'S n 90 Pr. 2 U. BLEND mm. u in. I A FULL QUART OLD THOMPSON BLEND FULL QUART GORDON'S GIN 90 PROOF 1 L GODDONM , C 170 I IMPIK1A1 I Extra Ot t'.i . V I ! 11 IH f M $459 IIAIG a HAIG pinch SCOTCH 12 YEARS OLD U FIFTH By The Associated Press NBA Roundup Eastern Division Won Lost Pet. Behind Baltimore 12 4 .750 - Boston II 4 . 733 Vt Cincinnati 11 5 ,688 I Philadelphia I 4 .667 2 Detroit I 8 . 500 4 New York 6 12 .333 7 Milwaukee . 4 10 .286 7 Western Division Los Angeles 13 4 .765 - San Francisco ...8 8 .500 4's San Diego 7 9 . 438 5Vi Atlanta 7 10 .412 6 Phoenix 5 9 . 35 7 6'i Chicago 6 II .353 7 Seattle 6 14 .300 8'i Tuesday's Results Philadelphia 126, Phoenix 110 San Diego 113, New York 107 Detroit 121, Cincinnati 107 Milwaukee 119, Atlanta 98 San Francisco 121, Chicago 109 Los Angeles 116, Boston 106 Only games scheduled. Wednesday's Games San Diego at Baltimore San Francisco at Cincinnati New York at Atlanta Boston at Seattle Only games scheduled Thursday's Games Milwaukee at Chicago Atlanta at Detroit Only games scheduled. ABA Roundup Eastern Division Won Lest Pet. Behind Minnesota 7 3 700 Kentucky 7 6 .538 l'j Miami 4 5 .444 3 New York 4 6 . 400 3V4 Indiana 3 9 250 5 Western Division Oakland 10 2 .833 - Los Angeles 5 4 .556 3'i Denver 5 5 ,500 4 New Orleans 5 6 455 4'i Houston 3 5 375 j Dallas 3 5 . 375 5 Tuesday's Results Denver 126, Minnesota 121 New Orleans 114, Kentucky 108 Dallas 110, Indiana 107 Only games scheduled. Wednesday's Games Oakland at Los Angeles Denver at Kentucky Indiana at Houston New York at Miami Only games scheduled. Thurtflaw't CamM 99 O CANADIAN M lj SAMOVER" turn 1 l FULL QUART FULL QUART CI VI Jl IK II - a 69 .1 5th TAYLOR WINES rnrnw 0 0 5th 99 5th LANSON CHAMPAGNE - N.V...4" 5th MATEUS ROSE WINE 1 99 5th LANCER'S ROSE WINE 2" 5th DUBONNET WINE RED OR BLONDE 299 4 MARTINI & ROSSI VERL10UTII 1 99 3D-0Z. 0" i FOUR YELLOWSTONE 5th CRUSE SPARKLIXG BURGUNDY QT. J.W. DANT LIQUEURS AND FRUIT BRANDIES 1 49 oO BLEND 3 19 $4t9 5th Oakland at Denver Indiana at New Orleans New York at Dallas Only games scheduled. NHL Roundup East Division W L T Pts.GF GA New York tl 5 0 22 50 36 REISKA VODKA EZRA BROOXS BOURBON O.F.C. GANADIAN 6 YEARS OLD 86.8 PROOF CORONET V.S.Q. BRANDY O.M.B. ROCKING CHAIR SCHENIEY 90 Pr. GIN Montreal 9 4 3 21 53 38 CLENM0RE 90 Pr. GIN GILBEY'S VODKA 5 MOUNTAIN RIDGE 6BN. 0 $139 O b& 5th Boston 9 3 2 20 51 36 Toronto I 4 3 19 35 31 $2 19 Chicago I 7 1 17 66 58 Detroit e e 1 13 m m West Division St. Louis 7 6 4 18 51 38 Qt. Minnesota 6 I 2 14 42 48 CORONET Philadelphia . I I 1 11 n Los Angeles 1 13 33 48 Oakland 4 10 3 11 37 56 Mr IMPOHTKD QF.C --Jcrtcnlq 86 PROOF Qi F,FTH DANCING FRI. & SAT. NITES Jimmy Haines Trio OPEN DAILY 11:30 A.M.-12 Midnite For Steaks, Chops, Sandwiches t Short Orders O o o 0 o 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 FIFTH FIFTH Si Pittsburgh 2 " I ' Tuesday's Results 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. Thursday's Games Montreal at Philadelphia Los Angeles at Boston Oakland at Pittsburgh Only games scheduled. f Call 585-5521 for TAKE OUT FOODS A 0 Ooooooocoooooooooooo

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