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26-Palm Beach Post, Friday, Nov. 22, 1968 Jai-Alai Roundup j West Palm Marine Weather Small boat forecast for the Florida lower east roast through the Bahamas as far as Nassau and southward through the Florida straits Friday. Seas four to eight feet; higher in the Gulf-stream. Inland waters -choppy. Dog Racing Miami Biscayne Track Results Results Chaminade Wins Over Crusaders By DON BOYKIN Staff Writer HOLLYWOOD Chaminade High got revenge Thursday night against Cardinal Newman for the 35-6 whipping administered by the Crusaders a year ago and swept to the District 8-A football title at South Broward High Field. v7 Beach Fronton TENTH -Doubles; Spts ft Antomo-Androde 21 10 7 00 7 40 4 S S F ana Sun 4 40 ft 40 I 4 I 1 Egurbide-Arttio S 20 J 3 OuinittaS-t)$109.M Entries ntm-sPOiNTs 0atrri-Vicndi Aitiandro-Luii F ana -Egana Antonto-Ugarlt TorravLasarta Lopti eg ui -Pedro Orbt-Baranda Egurb'de-Artytio JECOMD ft POINTS Torrtt-Luis Alatandro-Baranda Egurbidt-Ugarta Antonio-Pedo Orbt-Vicandi Lopetegui -Egana Fana-Wugica Oiabarri-Aretio THIRD Points Uiaoa Or ma i a Egua Urnar TreiO Roberto Zaguirre FOURTH-5 Points TorrevVieandi Olabarri-Ugarte Aieiandro-Pedro Antonio-EgAna Fana-Baranda Egurbide-Luis FIFTH 5 Points Orbe-Andrade Lopetegui-lraoia (Jlacia-Arrasate Aipiri-Lasarte Coil-Sun Ramon-Mugica SIXTH-S Points Untar-Jose Ramon-Leiarcegui Treio-lraoia Uiaaa-Eguia Zaguirre SuM Roberto-Ormaia SEVENTH S Points Aleiandro-Aretio Torres-Baronda Orbe-Ugartt Olabarri-Vugica Egurbide-Egarta Antomo-Vicandi Fana-lasrtt Lopetegui-Luis EIGHTH 5 Points Uruar-Leiarcegui Coll-Eguia Roberto Arrasate Treio-Jose Aipin-Ormaia Zaguirre-Andrade NINTH 5 Points Ramon-Surl Urnar Eguia Uiaoa-leiorcegui Robrto-Joe Zagutrre-iraoia Treio-Ormaja TENTH S Points Egurbide-Andradc Coii-Lasarte Lopetegui-Surl Antono-ArraatO Aipin -Vugxa Ramon-AretiO Orbe-Jose U lac i a Baranda ELEVENTH Paints Ramon -Arrata'e Aipin-AndradO CoH-Joe Urljar Iraoia Uiaaa Ormna Roberto-w Trtio F giiia Zaguirre-Leiarcegwt ELEVENTH -B C..C Time 3413 3 Dick s Doubloon 8 00 3 80 2 60 S Vissile Rock I 40 3 40 4 Dusty Vale 3 20 Oumiela (1-5IS1J 60 TWELFTH - B.C..C Time34.l2 7 Ir.i Tar 100 5 20 3 00 4 Subvale 4 60 2 60 1 Peered 2 60 Ouimela (4-7) 117 M Perlecta (74) 132 20 Big "O" (3-51 (4-7)1175.40 Attendance 5,370, Handlei385.404. Entries lit - S-16 - C Ready Record F ido Gossip Aa'ting&ame Rei Foiey Bavav Party P,n K ip s GoOO Dorthica 2nd - B.C. - B HandSOrTe John Hifiky Venture Bob Travis J N s Toy ah Dee Rochet Ann Inny J une Lakpside Journey Style Salon 3rd - B.C. - D Sunny Devyn Sound Hunch Crony Graytown Bo . Hanay Hint Lakovde Breeze War ivho Run Kay Vi V Bomber 4th B.C. D Bob's Victor Ruby Claude John s College Boy Opopo Crony Clara Danny Jo Star Grad Jet Thrust 5th -MX. - O Mandarm Billet Wahunta B s Sampler (Vo G's Rtme Ratio (M) Queeneree Cheryl S Shy Cole Joe Larker 6th - 5-16 - B Greek Luck Sudie Var Lordshtp V P.'S Henry R ust.ta Dirk Radatz Caitie s Charlie Nuala's Twiggy 7th B.C. - B Navidad Bob s Fay Skmny Marimba Rod Carew Mom s Best LittieGrpyhounrJ Mickey Tip Contrive Bth-M.C.-C G'dget Ann S P s Hobo Bill Suzuki Bay'cwn Sun Whirling Frank Scurry Sandy Fmai Ltne Una Lagnna Wh- B.C.- A Vulmidis Wattier Jim s Lady Luck Mackied Lemon Tree Right Sunny Serf Remke 10th B.C. A Nite People Knockrour Rullah Revenna Entry Blank Bronietone Clay Carroll Triple Rocket Der Wolte tlth-BX.-C Miscellany Caesar's Jester Double Deep Linda's Kitty Ocaia Mae Gidup Ail Silver Asset Boyd Cole 17th - B.C. C Final Facet B W 's Victoria Amigo Carlos O'Shieids Grand Man Biue Amissa Happen Hutch OlfirerCole hen Shopping Use 1-T Classified FIRST $-14 I 7 Odcnts I Dutch Date 5 Waster Touch Oumm(74S?4K SECOND BC - 1 Elioyarty 5 FlMt Tig 2 Paraohtnal'i Tim. 31.31 13 M 5 40 3 M 4 60 3 00 3 00 Ti ml 34.45 II 20 U 20 7 00 3 80 2 10 400 Owmela (S4) Sill M PtrfKta II S) S3S7.M DAILY DOUBLE (741 ISO 00 THIRD -S-ll-D Timi3I.M 5 SalterH 33 60 14 80 7 40 3 Kelly i Great 4 60 3 40 t Wachined 3 60 OuimMa (3-5) SSI.40 Perftcta (5-31 $236 70 FOURTH -BC-D Tim34.14 1 Supper Club 4 20 3 80 2 60 i 4 J N ! Toyal LOU 5 00 3 40 I SBart'iAA.ni 3 60 Qwmela(M) SU M PtrfKta 1 1-4) ilv.00 i FIFTH -MC-D TimtSOOl' 5 Rhinestone 23 00 13 00 6 !0 2 Sugar Bo 40 5 60 ' 4 Getaway Trinket 4 80 Ouimela 12-SI 1131 60 Perlecta (5 !) 1341 60 I SIXTH -BC-B Time34.ll 2 Wicnet Sister 5 40 3 20 3 00 6 Heeded 1 80 7 60 1 Prognostic 4 00 Quinma (21 125.40 Perfects (24) 164.10 ! SEVENTH - M C. 6 V V Delian 4 Wi'actr K Time SO 12 6 00 3 ID 2 80 6 O0 4 40 3 Gerno Jaguar 3 00 Oumiela I4-4J S35.S0 Perfecta 16-4) 55V.60 EIGHTH 5-16, A Time 31:25 2 S P Hmdo 10 40 12 00 6 00 I I Ron-l'd lip 9 0 5 20 8 Carro'ed 4 00 Quinielii ' 1-2 j 1103.40 Perlecta (2-1 1 1374.40 NINTH - M.C., B Time4:44 3 E"d Jdnc 6 40 4 80 4 80 1 P.)lm Lr.imjc 9 00 5 40 7 Sa r'nanct 4 20 Ouimela 1 1-3) 132.40 Perfecta (3-D $43.60 TENTH -B.C., A Time34:25 5 Candy Jai 20 60 11 60 6 00 Go Norma 1 40 4 40 I Rue s Huitler 1 00 Ouimela 13-5) si 1 1.00 Perlecta 5-3) 1501.40 mm Copt III I K St'.X I" iti i i; six ir Hit, nx ii 2 Tr.p Po.ly 8 30 ft I-3C NIIE FISHING W(D Ul 7 f M to 1 1 f M i i i i RIVIERA CITY DOCKS C All FOR HfSfPVAriONS PH. VI 8-7919 NITE VI 4-6 J Mill I A IIU I "I think Kennedy could win by three touchdowns." GRID Dl'ST - Defensive standouts for Newman were Dan deary, who also did most of the offensive running for the Crusaders, and Rich Pepin. Mike August, Mike Quinn, Jim Cooney and Mike Miller . . . The 180-pound Cook is actually a resident of Miami and would have attended North Miami High had he not chosen to go to a Catholic school . . , South Broward High Field was in terrible condition. The grass was worn from constant abuse and riddled with holes . . . Newman's deepest penetration was to its own 47-yard line early in the second quarter. . . STATISTICS First Downs 3 19 Rushing Yardage 36 234 Passing Yardage 0 63 Return Yardage 59 104 Passes 0-5 0 515-0 Punts 10 30 4 0 Fumbles Lost 0 3 Yards Penalized 31 70 SCORING FIRST-Douttm, Sptv 3 Loorttqui-Ugartr 9 40 7 W 7 80 5 5 1 lnan)rO Ptro It 20 1 80 4 4 Fana Arrt.o 5 0 7 1 Ouiniall-3ISISM SECOND - DouMei; S ptt. 3 TorrR-Baranaa 13 20 4 20 3 80 6 5 4FanaLasarte 7 40 4 20 S 4 Loofteyui-Aret.o 3 20 3 Ouimda I J-41 135 60 Prrftcta (3-4) s 102.40 B9 01 1-31 1 3-4 1 (423.20 THIRD Singles, ptt. 2 Iraoia 7 20 4 80 3 20 6 4 5 Lf larcpgoi I 40 3 20 S 3 7 Roberto 2 80 4 2 Ouimm 12-SI 532 40 FOURTH - OouOlts; i ptt. 4 Eijurf .ae Pedro 12 00 S 00 S 20 7 5 3 Antonio Egana S 00 3 40 7 4 2 AleianriroSUgjrte 4 00 8 4 Ouimela 1 34 s?4 0 Perlecta 14-3) M 1.70 FtFTS'-'rariWi"""' 1 Orbe-Suri 40 4 00 4 20 S 5 Uniar-lraoH 3 60 2 10 5 4 4 Lopetegui-Leiarcegui 4 00 3 I Quiniela (I S) 123.20 PerfecU (I-5ISSS.70 SIXTH Owblei; S pwnls 5 Zaguirre-jote I 80 4 20 2 80 4 ! 2 Urnar Andrade S 20 3 20 5 3 I Ramon-Arratate 2 40 4 3 Ouimela 12-SI $21 20 Perfecta (5-2) 141.70 SEVENTH - Doubles; Spointl 5 Orbe-Ugarte 24 20 8 00 3 80 S S 1 Lopetegui -Aretio 1 40 3 60 6 4 7 Aipin Egana 3 80 7 3 Ouimela (2-S) 143.20 Perlecta (S-2) SI3S.20 EIGHTH - Doubles; S points 3 Ulacia Jose 140 i 40 3 40 I S 3 Treio-lreola 4 80 3 00 5 4 Zaguirre Andrade 3 20 8 4 Ouimela (2-3) S22 20 Perfecta (3-2) Ml. 10 NINTH Doubles; 5 pts. 5 Ramon Euguia 12.60 4 60 4 00 6 5 4 Uniar-Ormaia 5.20 2 80 5 3 3 Treio-Jote 3 20 5 3 Ouimela (4-5) S32.40 Perlecta (5-4) 1101.40 (Results ol the final game were not available at press time They will be published in today's Times.) Selections 1. Alt-Luis, Oli-Vic, Fin -Eg J. Ant-Ped, Tor-Luis, Lop-Eg 3. Ula,2ag,Un 4. Ant Ega, Egu-Luis, Alt-Ptd 5. Aip-Las, Tor-Vic, Fan -Bar 6. Rob-Orm, Trt-lra, Zag-Surt I. Tor-Bar, Ant-Vic, Lop-Luts t. Coll-Egu, Aip-Orm, Trt-Jost 9. Ram-Sufi, Rob-Joit, Urt-Egu 10. Lop-Suri, Orbt-Jost, Aip-Mug II. Urilra.Tro-Egu, Zag-Ltj Smith Reaches Net Semifinals LONDON lAPt - Stan Smilh. I'nited States Davis Cup playor from Los Angeles, went into the semifinals of an international covered courts tennis tournament Thursday with a f 2 victory over Britain's (ierald Bat trick. Battrick. fourth ranked British player, pulled oil a big upset last week by defeating Arthur Ashe of Richmond. Va.. another t'.S. Davis ('upper and I'.S. Open champion, in a tourna-Ti itTff at Lundon's Quvefi's club. Afterwards Ashe said he had trouble with his elbow and pulled out ol this tournament at Crystal Palace l Am one the There is That Certain DICK BROWN . . .Tumor Trouble Treatment Scheduled For Brown BALTIMORE (AP) - Dick Brown, former catcher with the Baltimore Orioles, will undergo treatment -for "a tumor in the posterior aspect of the brain," a club physician announced Thursday. iirown. 33. twice underwent surgery and took X-ray treatments for a brain tumor which ended his career in 1M6. Now a scout for the American League team, residing in Lake Worth. Brown was admitted to Sinai Hospital Monday for examination. Sports On Air TELEVISION (Tonight) 11 p.m. PREP FOOTBALL -Roosevelt vs Kennedy I Replay) 112) (Saturday) 2:45 p.m. NCAA FOOTBALL DOl'BI.EIIEADER - Nebraska vs Oklahoma; 6 p.m. Southern Calvslt'LA 110-12) (Sundav) 11:30 a.m. COLLEGE FOOTBALL Kansas vs Missouri 1 Replay I 110) and at 12 on ( h. 12. 1:30 p.m. AFL FOOTBALL DOIELEIIEADER - Miami ai Boston; 4 p.m. New York at San Diego (5-7) 2 p.m. NFL FOOTBALL DOU-BI.EIIEADER - Minnesota vs Baltimore; 3:30 p.m. New York at Los Angeles (4 and I IIF-34) 2:45 p.m. COLLEGE FOOTBALL (Replavs): Penn State-Pitt. I'SC-1 ( LA, Ohio State-Michigan, Oklahoma-Nebraska, Yale-Harvard ( 10) RADIO (Saturday) 1:45 p.m. COLLEGE FOOTBALL - Wake Forest at Flori da State I W EAT 8501 8 p.m. ABA BASKETBALL -Miami Florid ians vs Indiana Pacers ( WHEW-IHOO) (Sunday) 1:30 p.m. AFL FOOTBALL -Miami Dolphins vs Boston Patriots (WIIEW-lfilMI) mmm j BATUROAY MATINU MOPM .tott s tuon NO MINOtS FEATURING THF DOC TRACK Off TM NOMIHViUIH XWAY II l I x i T i m on 101 stnuu 101 IISimilONS PH. 524 0747 Bourbons One...- 4 4 mmmmm PLY FIRST 4 iMmuMi. i ill u Evan Williams i HtlfTUCRY'l 7T DISTILLER A truly premium Kentucky Straight bourbon Whiskey made from t time honored formula n'nce 1783. Now ... Try Evan Williams and enjoy the difference. CLmd filltid 7 Yean Old 90 Proof Alto Avalabl Ai Oreen Label I Ytar$ Old, H Froo ICE HOCKEY GAME SAT., NOV. 23 7:30 P.M. W.P. Bch. Bruins vs. St. Pete Stars W. P. Bch. Auditorium Adults $1.00 Children 50 statist Newman 0 0 Chaminade 6 0 C Hussert 31 run (run tailed) C Cook 8 run (pass tailed) C Nelson 3 run (Nelson run) Attendance: 1,500 0 0-0 13 SofllK.II Ed Lamb and Norm Vorpe clubbed three hits apiece and teammate Ken Sloan chipped in with two Thursday night as Lenders downed Holy Name 12-3 in Winter League slow pitch Softball at Currie Park. Hank Vanderputt rapped two hits for Holy Name. Tom Anderson blasted a three-run homer and two singles. Harold Tessier clouted two triples and a double and Jim Al-sup went 3-for-3, extending his hitting streak to nine at-bats, to lead Braziel Motors to a 13-6 win over AT&T. Herb Roberts and Roger Decker led AT&T with three hits apiece. LAKE PARK - Dick Gale and Pete Slade each went 3-for-3 Thursday night to spark Camil-li's Pizza to a 5-1 Lake Park Winter League Softball victory over Spectra. A home run by Tom Burns was the winning margin as Pratt & Whitney edged Bob's Citgo 2-1, despite Carl Mowry's 3-lor-3 performance for Bob's. Jimmy Miles slapped three hits in lour trips as RCA blanked Parkway 8-0. Don Mattson went 2-for-3 for Parkwav, mm mmmm ENGINEERS . . . Be sure to see General Electric's Aircraft Engine Group's interviewing ad in today's classified section. HOME OWNED.LOCAl CONTROL-HOME OPERATED "TIRES ARE OUR BUSINESS" Last year Coach Sam Bud- nyk's Crusaders soundly stopped the Lions for a playoff spot but unbeaten and untied Chaminade led by Broward County's leading rusher. Alan Cook was not to be denied Thursday night despite a stubborn Newman defense, and prevailed 19-9 before a chilled gathering of 1.500. Chaminade will meet undefeated Riviera Beach Kennedy Dec. 6 for the Region 4-A crown at a site to be determined later. The Lions ended the season with a 10-0 mark, while Newman concluded a 3-7 campaign. Cook, who had gained 975 yards coming into the contest, picked up 153 yards in 25 carries and scored the touchdown that put the game on ice for the Lions with 7:50 left. Cook's six-pointer gave Chaminade a 12-0 lead at that point. Chaminade's other hotshot running back. Pete liussert. had been ejected from the game in the second quarter for slugging a Newman player after being stopped for a one-yard gain Even in defeat, Budnyk was in a praising mood after the game "81 don't think Chaminade has been hit like that all year." he said. "I am really proud of our boys. Our delense was just great." Can Kennedy beat Chaminade? Budnyk, whose Crusaders lost 40-0 to the Vikings, says yes. "I don't see whv not." he said. N. Shore Defeated By 23-0 Special to The Post HOLLYWOOD - North Shore High's crippled Mustangs never got started Thursday night and wound up on the short end of a 23-0 score in a non-conlerence football game with Hollywood Hills at McArthur Field. Henry Williams, the Mustangs' 220-pound fullback and defensive tackle, was tossed out of the game on the second play of the opening period. Things never got much better for Coach Bill Hobson'sclub. The Mustangs drove to the Spartans' 12-yard line in the first quarter but were forced to give up the ball when a fourth down rushing attempt fell inch es short of a first down Fumbles and interceptions set up the Hollywood Hills touchdowns. Scooter McNainec. a sophomore up from the junior varsity squad, scored the first two on runs of 30 and six yards while Robert Schroeder raced 21 yards for the third. Kyle Pierce booted two extra points and a 30-yard field goal Milton Gaddv. a converted tackle, played tailback for North Shore and led the Mustangs in rushing with 68 yards. End Larry Simmons was a defensive standout, as were JV grads Ronnie Hansen and Emory Stallings. The loss was North Shore's sixth in nine starts. STATISTICS NS 9 113 HM I 136 First Downs Rushing Yardage Passing Yardage Passes Punts Fumbles Lost Yards Penalized 44 48 17-6-3 10-4-0 3-38 3-38 7 115 SCORING North Short 0 0 0 0 - 0 Hollywood Hills 0 7 t 10 - 23 HH - McNomee 30 run I Pierce Kick) HH McNamee 6 run I Kick olockedl HH Pierce FG 30 HH Schroeder 22 run ( Pierce KicK I ;y , t s t U It I I KELLY RENOWN BLACK 4 SECONOS-NOT BLEMISHED ASSOCIATES SPORTS QUIZ $U95 NOT SECONOS-NOT 6S0 13 Ml 1 II 735 14 FIT 104 7.75 14 HT J l BLEMISHED 8.25 Ml J IS 14 4U nus TAX 8 15 x 15 AND YOUI OlO lilt AS IS Fll ) 14 NOT Announcing . . . ANOTHER PRESTIGE BOAT MYSTAN MARINE APPOINTED HOUSEBOAT DEALER ' 1T V'.1t. fKK 'tit I . i nv v. . WHITES 2.00 EXTRA 00fM& 0MP Li $ 1 putts PIUS Ul and rout 010 lift Ai IS Plus M l. 1 81 k xTl .jf ON COM PIKIS TERMS. (545 It f I " "K,s US TAX ano rout oio mi AS IS VI fn) 95 fKELLYl I IPHINSFIILO I PRESTIGE SPECIALS 4 PLY TUBELESS NYLON BLACKWALLS with Joe Garagiola Q. WHO HOLDS THE INDIVIDUAL SINGLE-SEASON SCORING RECORD IN THE NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION? A. WILT CHAMBERLAIN SCORED AN AMAZING 4,029 POINTS IN THE 1961-62 SEASON. Q. WHERE CAN YOU GET THE CASH YOU NEED FOR A BETTER VACATION? A. FROM THE NICE PEOPLE AT ASSOCIATES. SEE THEM TODAY FOR THE MONEY YOU NEED TO GET AWAY FROM IT ALL. ASSOCIATES-THE "STRAIGHT TALK" PEOPLE WHO TELL YOU WHAT YOUR LOAN WILL COST. Q. FIVE TEAMS HAVE WON BACK-TO-BACK N.C.A.A. BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIPS. NAME THEM. A. OKLAHOMA A. & M. in '45 AND '46, KENTUCKY IN '48 AND '49, SAN FRANCISCO IN '55 and '56, CINCINNATI IN '61 AND '62, AND U.C.L.A. TWICE IN '64 AND '65 AND IN '67 AND '68. fitPHEStNTATIvr RtPAYMlNT SCHtDULtS 6.50 x13 CHARGES EASY TERMS IILLY PliSTBGI 4 FULL PLY NYLON TUBELESS FREE Oil) TIPF AC K facy MOUNTING ADJUSTMINTS MAM "IP I I EX. TAI SIZE EX.TAX BLACK WHITE aso'H 67o " 2.21 15.95 20.45 2-35 Sjoo-M ? jgxis 2.36 20.45 22.45 2.56 g;fg,i4 ;is 2.54 22.45 24.S5 9 15x15 2.97 1 24.95. 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