The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 22, 1968 · Page 27
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 27

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Palm Beach Post, Friday, Nov. 22. 1968-27 Score Board GRIFFITH TIRE Military Tr. Near 10th Avt. LAKE WORTH RETREADS ALL SIZES Brack-Balough Duel Highlights Speedway Action 33 n Inl sGrl mm -ti Ji y ft r Block Walls PENNSYLVANIA, lURNPInfTWCS MOW: 95 31 I UL I PJL Mid. Chip Shots BREAKERS GOLF CLUB - The Ladies GA played a nine-blind-holes tourney with these net scores: Class A - Helen Nes-bitt S7'2. Virginia Hodge 39. Class B - Bea Burns 33. Kitty Disker 36. Class C Elsie Kinne 33' z. and a tie for second at 38 between Mary Ann Hardy and Merza Hawkins. Class D - Vera Dieckhuff 384 and tied at 40. Helene Pulver and Rosanne Bush . . . PGA NATIONAL GOLF CLIB - In the Senior Men s GA team competition, it was Robert Biteman and Walter Morris with 63 for the win. and Clyde Grimm and Gordon Stoops at 64 for second place. Tied at 65 were Bill Hults and Gleason Stanbaugh. Paul Dillon and Nippy Parsell. And tied at 67 were Ralph Beach and Roy James. George Mahoney and Frank Hendrickson . . . The Ladies GA played a blind-nine hole tourney won by Joan Runkel in Class A with a 35. Also in Class A. Maggie Smith 35'2 and Julia Cova 37'2. Bobbie Brown won Class B with 34 followed by Mary Thompson 36'a. Betty Haggerty 37. and a three-way tie for the next place at 38' 2 among Grace Herath. Hazel Fredericks and Amy Parenteau. In Class B it was Bobbie Clark 34. Alice Williams 34 1 2. Sue Peters 36. Dottie Putnam 37 and Dee James 38 with low-putts to Margaret Eigensee at 29 . . . LAKE WORTH GOLF CLUB - Jim Nash and Frank Wyllys tied for first in Class A of the Men's GA Nineoler group. Clarence Blay and John Scherer were tied at 33. In Class B. Bruce Wode-house was the winner with 31 with Perc Clark at 32 and Roland Jenkins at 35. Class C went to Eric Johansson with 36'2 and Rolf Stoll with 37' 2 and Dr. Howard Jackson with 38 . . . Plus 3Jto57'Fod. Tax Each WHITE WALLS Only $2.00 Extra Each Mm. - S.L VAN GRIFFITH U.ICMAUICE-SNOCXS ABA Roundup Eastern OivitiM Won Lost Pet. Benind Minnesota 7 3 . 700 Kentucky I 6 .571 I Miami 5 S 500 J New York 4 7 34 3 I Indiana 4 9 308 4'i Western Division Oakland II 2 Me - Los Angeles 5 5 . 500 4'i Denver 5 a 455 5 New Orleans 5 6 455 5 Dallas 3 S 375 5 Houston 3 a .333 a Wednesday's Results Kentucky 109, Denver 101 Indiana 106. Houston 94 Miami 141, New York 176 Oakland 129, Los Angeles 125 Only games scheduled. Thursday's Games Oaklandat Denver I ndiana at New Orleans New York at Dallas Only games scheduled. Friday's Games New York at Los Angeles Only game scheduled. NBA Roundup Etrn Division Hh Lot! Pet Bftuit) BALOUGH BRACK The late model modifieds roar back into action tonight at the F'alm Beach Fairgrounds Speedway and an anticipated duel between Miami's Bobby Brack and state modified champion Gary Balough ol Hialeah highlights the program The eight-event race card begins at 8 15 at the State Hoad 80 track Gates open at ti. The Brack-Balough matchup could come in the :t0-yp modified feature. Balough raptured last week's modified feature but only because Brack crashed with one lap remaining. Before the accident, Brack had gunned his Che-veile from a last starting position in the field to the front. Hut as he attempted to pass leader Hoy Clanton ol Miami thev tangled and Brack cracked the lirst-turn wall headon. He Ails. 2nd TIRE UJt Lv Y 1 mly! pirw price FRONT END I 3333 I CREDIT TERMS ALIGIIMEHT ...... .. courtesy Cl OO Military Trail cocuARS5 54oOO 1 LAKE WORTH for your use 13 4 .765 -12 4 .750 12 5 706 1 Baltimore Boston Cincinnati Philadelphia Detroit New York Milwaukee 8 4 667 ?i SB .500 4'i Ulacia Setting Jai-Alai Pace 6 13 .316 8 4 10 . 286 7'i Western Division 13 Los Angeles 765 i .471 5 44 5"a 41? 6 .357 6''i 353 7 ?B6 9 San Francisco Atlanta San Diego Phoenix Chicago Seattle I'lacia continues to zip the pe-lota with consistency through the first six nights of the new jai-alai season at the West Pnlm Beach r ronton to hold first place position. Ulacia has nine wins, five seconds and four thirds. Hot on his heels is last year's defending champion. Zaguirre. who had wins in the sixth and ninth games Wednesday night to bring his total to eight wins, two seconds and two thirds. Running third is Aretio. with seven games won. was not hurt but the car was demolished He is expected to havea new car tonight. Other modified drivers who bear watching are Miamians Larry Hogero. Ted Lalleur. Buddy Griffin and Wimpy Veile. Satellite Beach's Dumont Smith and Hollywood's Randy Tissot. Also a possibility to make it tonight is Ohio driver Bud Mid-daugh. who won last weekend's big 200-lap race at New Smyrna Beach, barely beating out Brack at the finish line. Among the top local modified drivers are Jimmy Crowe, Dave Millspaugh and Buddy Pearce. Crowe is also a favorite in the 25-lap stocker feature but should get competition from Pete Leuftkiris. Jim Bryan Pearce. Fred Griffin and Don Denny. The point standings: MODIFIED Bobby Brack 1 12 Lar , Rogero 1 1 0 Ted LaFleur 18 Gary Balough 86 Dickie Brack 84 Dumont Smith 80 Bll Tuten 76 Buddy Griffin 66 Randy Tissot 60 Wimpy Veile . . 44 STOCKERS Buddy Pearce 79 Jim Bryan 59 Jim Crowe 55 Fred Griffin 52 Pete Leuftkins 47 C. J King 4. Charlie Infinger 4C Larry Smith 36 Don Denny 34 Ray Hansler 32 PARI f.lUTUEL . BETTHiG non-stop ACTI0H .... V 1 v.; ! from 7:30 NEW PENNSYLVANIA TURNPIKE TIRES Wednesday's Results Atlanta 111, New York 106 Baltimore 1 14, San Diego 1 10 Cincinnati 113, San Francisco 107 Boston 139, SeattleW Only games scheduled. Thursday Games Milwaukee at Chicago Atlanta at Detroit Only games scheduled. NHL Roundup East Division W L T Pts. GF GA New York . 12 5 0 24 54 3f Montreal 10 4 3 23 56 40 Toronto 9 4 3 21 40 33 Boston 9 5 2 20 51 36 Chicago 9 7 1 19 68 58 Detroit 6 7 3 15 56 51 West Division St Louis 8 6 4 20 58 38 Minnesota 6 9 2 U 42 50 Philadelphia 6 8 2 14 35 49 Los Angeles . 6 9 I 13 35 52 Oakland . 4 II 3 11 37 63 Pittsburgh 2 12 2 6 38 62 Wednesday's Results New York 4, Los Angeles 2 Montreal 3, Detroit 2 Toronto 5, Pittsburgh 2 Chicago 2, Minnesota 0 St. Louis 7, Oakland 0 Only games scheduled Thursday's Games Montreal at Philadelphia Los Angeles at Boston Oaklandat Pittsburgh Only games scheduled Friday's Games No games scheduled 10 0 SAT. MATINEE 1:00 FULL RETREADS PENNSYLVANIA TREAD RUBBER WORLD'S FASTEST GAME! A little Goes S lonq Way! 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