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14 Palm Beach Post-Times, Saturday, Nove. 23, 1968 Kathy Whitworth's 69 Leads Suggs The Bottom 10 OUTDOORS By Ed Buckow some unofficial winnings to overcome Miss Whitworth's total. But Kathy is virtually assured of cashing in on some part of this purse an event which would put her total out of reach. Forty pros and five amateurs teed off Friday and the scores generally were high even though the yardage had been shrunk and the pin placements in comfortable positions. Kathy was out in 34 with three By CHUCK VOORHIS Golf Editor DELRAY BEACH - With an opening round of 69 in the Louise Suggs Invitational LPGA tournament at the Pine Tree Golf Club Friday. Kathy Whitworth all but sewed up the top money winning laurels of the 1968 tour. Carol Mann, trailing her by almost $4,000 needed a win in this tournament and the one remaining on the tour schedule, plus birdies at the 3rd with a 20-foot putt, the 5th where she had to hit a 2-iron from under a tree followed by a 3-wood to 8 feet of the cup (she made the putt), and at the 9th with a wedge shot 10 feet from the cup for a one-putt green. Her bogie came at the 4th where her drive caught a fairway bunker. She three-putted the 12th for what she thought was a bogie but it turned out the par had been changed and got By STEVE HARVEY Charges of discriminatory membership practices were leveled at the Bottom Ten this week when the latest poll revealed that not a single new school had been admitted. "It's just a little clique." said a Kentucky fan. Kentuckv lost ' to Florida. 16-14. Saturday, towering its record to 3-6. but still couldn't reak into the ratings of the worst college football tea ms . . "Wt will admit anyone with a poor enough record," said a Bottom Ten spokesman. "But Kentucky has beaten three teams, including Oregon State and Missouri. What happens if we let them in? Then some school with four wins will be pounding at our door. You have to draw the line somewhere." Meanwhile. New Mexico (0-9 held on to its No. 1 position. The Lobos put on one of their best defensive performances, holding New Mexico State to 33 points, unfortunately 27 more than they could score. Like a long-distance runner Bearing the end of the race, No. 2 Wisconsin (0-9) held on doggedly, losing 9-34, to Michigan. The ranks of the winless were reduced to four Saturdav as Illinois ( 1-8) defeated Northwestern (1-8). 14-0. Saturdav. Another could go this weekend when Rice (0-7-1 1. ranked No. 7." plavs No 20TCU'2-7). ' "We live in perilous times." said a Rice supporter. Today's Bargains: jt1 TEAM 1. New Mexico (0-9 1 2. Wisconsin (0-9 1 3. Pittsburgh 1 1-8 1 4. Miss State 1 0-8-1 1 5. Brown (2-6) 6. Columbia U-7) 7. Rice (0-7-1 1 LAST LOSS 6- 33. New Mexico State 9-34. Michigan 0-26. Armv 16-20. LSI! 7- 31, Harvard 7-13, Penn 14-24. Texas A&M NEXT LOSS BYU Minnesota Penn State Mississippi Columbia Brown TIT Texas i El Paso ) Arizona State Michigan State , - - '' " I. 8. Colorado State 1 2-7, 17-22. W. Texas State 9. San Jose State 1 2-6) 0-46. Washington State 10. Northwestern 1 1-8) 0-14. Illinois her par. She dropped a six inch putt for a bird at the 10th and birdied the 18th with a 15 footer. Kathy said she thought the difference in her play this year had been her putting. Despite two 3-putt greens, she used 34 putts for the round. "I did some scrambling," she said, "but then I'm usually pretty good at that." Early estimates at the winning score were a round 222. Kathy thinks a 216 will do it. She said she would be happy to add a pair of 72s to her 69, especially with the course being lengthened for the final two days. Debbie Austin, a 20-year-old from Oneida, who turned pro last June, held the early lead with a par 36-3672. a round in which she used just 37 putts. She had two birds going out and two bogies, one of the latter the result of a bad club choice, and the second because of a poor chip. Putting saved her game, she said. Debbie, from Oneida. N.Y.. went to school at Pinecrest. Fort Lauderdale, and won the Florida High school championship. She won the New York State junior championship and has pocketed more than $3,000 on her seven months on the tour. Tish Preuss of Pompano. fully recovered from an illness that kept her out of the World Amateur Cup matches in Australia, was low amateur with a 73. a round which she called "very satisfying for a girl on a course like this." Second round play is on today with the final Sunday. First round scores: Kathy Whitworth M-35-69 Debbie Austin 36-3472 Sherry Wilder 37-3673 (Al Tish Preuss 35-38-73 Carol Mann 39-3574 Sandra Palmer 38-36 - 74 Marilynn Smith 38-3775 Marlene Hagge 38-37-75 Peggy Wilson 37-38-75 Donna Caponi 37-38 75 Pam Barnett 38-38 - 76 Sharron Moran 38-3876 Lesley Holbert 38-38-76 Jan Ferraris 35-41-76 Betsy Cullen 40-36 - 76 Sharon Miller 39-3776 Sandra Spuilch 37-39-76 Mary Mills 39-37-76 Betsy Rawls 38-39 - 77 JoAnn Prentice 41-36-66 Mary Lena Faulk 39-38-77 (Al Jane Weises 39-39- 78 Louise Suggs 38-40 - 78 Murle Lindstrom 39-39-78 Kathy Cornelius 38-40-78 Lucille Wardell 39-39-78 Sybil Griffin 40-38 - 78 Sandra Post 41-37-78 Jane Woodsworth 39-40-79 Gloria Armstrong 40-39 79 Judy Kimball 40-39 -79 JaneKazmiweaki 41-39-80 Cynthia Sullivan 36-45-81 (A) Rhonda Glenn 43-39-82 (Al Hollis Stacy 43-40-83 Candy Phillips 42-41-83 (A) Alice Dye 39-44 - 83 Beth Stone 42-42-84 Kathy Farrar 43-41-84 Linda Craft 44-40 -84 Linda Galloway 41-45-86 Barbara Romack 41-45-86 Willi Guthrie 42-45-87 Gloria Wilcox 43-45-88 Janet Caponi 44-45-89 (A) Amateur 11. Illinois (1-8): 12. Tulane (2-7): 13. Naw 1 2-7 ; 14. North Carolina (2-7): 15. Maryland (2-7): 16. Biylor i2-6i: 17. Washington State (2-6-11: 18. Iowa State (3-7): 19. Oklahoma State 2-6 ; 20.TCU 1 2-7). Crummy Game of Week Brown at Columbia. Rout of Week - Penn State at Pittsburgh. Special Citations - DIRECT HIT: Injured Indiana tackle Jerry Grecco broke a crutch on the helmet of a Minnesota plaver during a free-for-all Saturday. BULLSEYE - Wisconsin completed 5 of 24 passes for 53 yards in 34-9 loss to Michigan. VARIETY - Miami completed 28 passes, six of them to Alabama plavers in 14-6 loss. Great Pompano Run Continues There are old timers hereabouts who declared Friday that the extended run of pompano in Lake Worth is the greatest they can ret ail in this area. No one knows whether it was a combination of weather conditions or a big spawning year that was responsible for the big run. but the fishermen could hardly care. The pomps have been and still are here in tremendous numbers. They were hauled from the lake in large numbers Friday, and they were also caught in the surf north of Juno Beach. In addition to the pompano. bluefish were taken in the north end of Lake Worth, sailfish were plentiful off the Palm Beaches, mackerel and blues were caught south of St. Lucie Inlet, blues and weakfish were taken in the St. Lucie estuary, bluefishing was hot in the surf at Jensen Beach and 'gator trout were feeding on the Indian River flats at Jensen Beach. The mackerel and bluefish quit their southbound mean-derings and backed up a bit Friday as the wind fell off and veered more to easterly quadrants. This trend probably will carry through today as the local Weather Bureau said the winds will be more easterly than northerly at 10 to 15 knots. It should he a fine fishing day. The pompano probably will put on the feed bag in the lake again today, and another wild weekend of mackerel and bluefish action south of St. Lucie Inlet is the prospect for trailers. Hardline fishermen took catches of macks in excess of 200 and 300 pounds oil Jupiter Friday, and the action will move farther to the north in the vicinity of the "Hole" today. The biggest catch of mackerel checked in at Lake Side Tackle and Seafood Friday totaled 76 pounds and was scored in Lake Worth. "I don't remember a pompano run like this one," Bill Bachstet, operator of Bill's Marina, and a native of this area, commented Friday. Bill estimated there were more than 100 boats in the pompano fleet south of Peanut Island yesterday afternoon. The top catch brought in to Bill's establishment numbered 36. Thev were caught by Dr. William Dyer and Irish O'Neil. Most of the pompano fishermen are drift fishing with sand fleas and a light sinker on the rigs, but last weekend I noticed that fishermen were also taking them still fishing and trolling. One of the sportiest wavs to take them is casting a nylon jig or feather lure baited with a sand flea. Up in the stuart area anglers catch pomps casting a jig with no sand flea. There was a flurry of mackerel activity late in the day at the Juno Beach Pier but most of the action was farther to the north. Trollers who fished south of St. Lucie Inlet brought both mackerel and bluefish in to the Fishin' Hole at Port Salerno. Bill Nelson and Robert Ibsen boated 59 blues and 27 mackerel trolling Ton Accetta spoons; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Cone took 34 blues and 16 mackerel on Clark spoons, and Ed Ward and Sam Cohen caught 59 blues and 17 mackerel inside St. Lucie Inlet. Fishermen at Jensen Beach had a big day. hauling blues out of the surf and nailing big trout on the Indian River flats. Thole Tull took 60 blues squidding in the surf, and Clyde Cross weighed in three trout at the Snook Nook that weighed 23 pounds. The biggest trout was nine pounds, six ounces. An unusual run of small snook has been going on in the Indian River at Jensen Beach. John W ilbert caught 23 yesterday and had to release 20 that were under size. The previous day he took 32 and released 29. Weakfish are also present in the Indian River, inshore from the inlet. Bill Seaman and Hiram Watkins 38 weaks plus eight blues and 17 lanesnapper yesterday. Sailfish. dolphin and cobia were taken offshore by trollers yesterday, and drift fishing possibilities appear to be good for the weekend. - .7 ! i Bruins, St. Pete Clash Tonight At Auditorium Photo by ChucK Voorhis green at the Pine Tree Golf Club Friday. Tish had a reason to be smiling: Her 73 in her first tournament since her illness, was the low amateur score at the end of the first round of the tournament. LOW AMATEUR IN SUGGS - Tish Preuss of Pompano, sidelined weeks ago by an illness that kept her out of the World Amateur matches in Australia, watched Sandra Palmer on a putting Biscayne Track Sets Marathon Semifinals y Horse Racing amstmmmmamwmammmmmmmmai Tropical Park An exhibition of greyhound racers showing speed and stamina will be on tap tonight at Biscayne Dog Track as 16 hopefuls race in the semifinals of the $18.200-added Marathon Invita tional Championship. The 16 runners, who negoti ated the elimination trials by placing among the first four fin ishers, will be vieing to start in next weekend's final High Rolling Women Play In Bennie Booke Tourney Unbeaten in five starts, the West Palm Beach Bruins will take on the St. Petersburg All-Stars at &;30 tonight in an amateur hockey game at Municipal Auditorium. This will be the third meeting of the two teams In their most recent clash the Bruins eked out a 6-5 verdict at St. Petersburg. It will be the last game for the Bruins on home ice until April, because the auditorium is heavily booked throughout the winter. Next month, the Bruins will play in Jacksonville against the All-Stars, whom thev have beat- j ENTRIES By The Associated Press First Post 1:15 EST lst-2,700,cl,2YO,6l xxHappy Clark Nine D Grand xMay Queen War Scholar Queen O' Bridle N Bit Canlieid OneMoreJet KingShan KiddPrincess 2nd-3,000,alc.2YO,6l. Miss Seymour Princess Tamara Isthmia GrandOldFlag Ironia Red Chorus Sailor's Destiny Ruller'sRisk Talla-Bena Magic Song 3rd-2JJ00,cl.3YOup, 1ml. xGolden Phantom TheMagicLoot Split Morse We're Here Grand Fool xxxBlendof French Cousin Sam Banner Year 4th 2,700, el. 1-Monlabow Landquest Stand High Bright Beauty 4Y0,6I. Melanion'sGal xChanuo Princesse xUp And At 'em 5th-3,0O0,Cl,3YOup, if. Tipoquesl xPiedmont Joy Sweef Hermit Part of Heaven Flag of Freedom xxPraine Village Namay Bob Younger PapaW Jet Circus xSails Pride Scotch N' Soda 6th-3,500, ale. 2YO. lmi. 7 yds. TipPenTip Guantanamo xDoubie Dividend Miss Creole FransDoll BohdKidd Sure N' Swift Aucocisco 7th-300,alc.3YO,4f. Pal John Martial Melody xPilot Knob Casey's Clarice Pony Keg GoinForus Flying Blind Mister Pox Maquinarias Galley Lane Swimmin' Hole Take Silk xDandy Dodo tlh-4,000, alC.3YOup, 61. James Shot ' Teutoplis Banana Joe Mount Pelion It's Blitz xGaliant Dae Kilmoray Glassell B Renewed Vigor 9th-10 JMO added, 2Y0.6I. The Alligator Allowance Idol Steve a-FaneuiiHall Yolas Prince Cold Dinner Key Fast Hilarious Ocala Orpheus a-UncieLee a Handleman-Hong-Resseguet ent. IOth-2,900, cl. 3YO up, I ml. 70yds. xxOldJohnPeel Sunshine xWiseSem Huckabee Forest Rogue Take Charge xHastyHero Girl Buttons Road Aent Alberta x65, xx-7, xxx-lOlbs aac. BOWLING By Chuck Voorhis L w en three times. This w ill be part of a doubleheader. in which the Jacksonville Rockets will play another Eastern League team. Several new players have been added to the local squad, including "Fast Back" Richard of rort Lauderdale. He recently moved to Florida from Canada and will be on the line. Three other Fort Lauderdale skaters will probably be in the starting lineup. They are Goalie Gil Couchinne and Dennis La-Brie and Gil Vallier on the first line. Dr. Stewart Woofenden of Atlantis will be at right wing, and Kd Durocher and Bob Dunning, both of West Palm Heath, on defense. The local club carries about 16 players, some of whom come from the Miami area. Mel Poir-ier travels the greatest distance from Perrine. ; Crowds of about 1.000 have been seeing the Bruins, and another large turnout is expected', tonight. WE GET A ...OUT OF SOLVING INSURANCE PROBLEMS! After all, insurance is our business and giving advice is how we stay in business. Let us review your present protection lor you and analyze it objectively. There's no obligation and we may save you money. Just phone, write or . . . INSURANCE Mortgage Loans $mtf JACK W M. miTlU The Bennie Booke Memorial tournament for high average women bowlers in the state will be rolled at University Bowl Lanes in South Miami Nov. 30-Dec. 1. There will be about 60 bowling in this event. Bennie was formerly a partner with his brother Max in the operation of University Bowl Lanes in South Miami and Boca Raton. The meet is sanctioned by WIBC. Dottie Beard, director of the Palm Beach County Women's Bowling Association and Laura Cocke, a member of. the Florida Bowling Queens pro bowling group, have filed entry for this event. Both are employed at Florida Atlantic University and carry 175 averages in their league at the Boca Raton University Bowl lanes. Also coming up Dec. 1 at the Boca University lanes is the annual tournament of the Palm Beach County Chapter of the American Institute of Banking. Security Exchange of West Palm was the team winner last year and Commerce National of Lake Worth the runner-up. HIGHLIGHTS - A 197 for Patsy Tittle, a 94 average bowler, in the Tuesday Coffee league at Major League Lanes. A 161 by Ruth Gourlev, a 105 average bowler in the Sunday Mixed at Bethune-Cookman Eyes Upset Over Rattlers The first division in the ninth race appears a wide open contest. Mike's Laddie, a stakes winner from Taunton who won his trial by six lengths may be the likely favorite, but the field includes several dogs capable of setting the pace and going all the way. Cut Time, Sonya and Hy Storm rate a chance on speed with Little Kit and Homepride regarded the outsiders. Completing the ninth race field is Fabulous Whizzer. a winner by two lengths in the eliminations and Bob Gibson, a second place finisher who raced with his muzzle off the first time around. Both entrants are expected to find much support on the odds-board. The 10th race field has Jack Roche's Aloha Black as the probable favorite and the dog to catch. Aloha Black won her elimination run with a box to wire performance and was clocked in an amazing 48.96, just five-IOIIths off the Biscayne track record for the 2,585-feet marathon distance. Mamie Kozell and L.G.'s Ada. two stakes winners at Taunton and Colorado Springs are proba ble second and third choices. Both are capable of showing a vast improvment and may come up the right dogs for tonight's semifinal action. Figment. Sedan. Countess Kathy. Waded and Juanita Fields make up the remaining hopefuls in the 10th race. Juanita Fields surprised at 19 to 1 to win her trial heat and may also rate "a chance on best" figure. Sports Cars Rally Today The Autumn Showdown rally of the Florida Region, Sports Car Club of America, will start at 1:01 p.m. today from the University Inn in Boca Raton. Cars participating in the precision driving test will follow a route some 250 miles northward along the coast. Registration and safety inspection will be from 8 a.m. until noon today and a victory awards breakfast at 10 a.m. Sunday. An entry fee of $12 per car will be charged. Participants need not be SCCA members, but their car must pass a rigid safety inspection. Driver and-or navigator must have a valid operator's license in his state of residence, and if under 21 must have released forms signed by parents or guardian and notarized. Schmidt's Leading With only two games for each team remaining on the schedule. Schmidt's Pharmacv is leading the YMCA Men's Fall Basketball League with an 8-0 record. One game back is Great Valu. RESULTS lst-200,cl,344YO mdns,6f. Mozart's Lad (Maxwell) 13.80 4.80 3.60 Tropic Isle (Tennebaum) 3.80 2.60 Mr. Allege (Cox 4.20 Time 1:11 3-S. Marsh King, Joe Black bird, No Hope, Sortof, Nisouk, Miss Parker, Jovial Princess. The Dillon Girl also ran. 2nd-2,600, cl.38.4Y0 mdns, 6 f . Court Date (Despiritol S.20 3.80 2.80 Brother IMauldinl 26.60 1240 Dukesun (Gallitanel 6.00 Time 1:11 1-5. Beau Cookie, Union Miss, no Oram, cee Tee vee, Foolish Pat, Sky Junior. Speedie Needles also ran. Daily Double 7-1 paid S3 1 60 3rd-3,700 CL, 3YO up, I mile Vegas Frontier Gal (Marquel) 15 20 7 6 0 6 60 Kinever Pag (Viera) 16 80 10 20 Derby Lass (McKeeverl 19.80 m Time 1:36 3-5. Restore, Seventh Heaven, Tiger Sage, Lehdera also ran. 4th -2,800, 2 YO mdns, til. Strike Twice (Choquette) 17 40 8 00 4 00 Jaipur's Jet (Maudlin) 4.80 3 00 He's a Breeze (Pearl) 2 60 Time 1:11 4-5. Ace F ver. Bud n'Ree. Salute John, Double Rim, Act to Win, Space jog also ran. 5th-3,SOO,cl,3YOup,4ll. My Marlon IGargan) 11 00 7 00 4 20 Urn (Weiler) 11 40 6 60 Watch Patoot (Teiada) 4 40 Time 1:12. Lord Baron, Lef 'im Win, Johnny Boy 1 1, War Happy also ran. 6th -3,500, ale, 3YO up, 61 a-Bawana Peacha (Arroyo) 4.20 2 60 2 20 Salty Ruler (Gonzalez) 4.20 3 00 Mauve Decade (Hidalgo) 2.80 Time 1: 10 2-5. Lady Whip, First Pyramid, Rae-Lynn, Ronde De Nuit, a-Highlands Kid also ran. a-Robins-Resseguet entry. 7th- 2,700, cl,34YO,6t. Jovial Boy (Maudlin) 2S 40 9 40 S 20 Mr. Pen Me (Maple) 5.20 4.00 Forward Charge (Gallltano) 8 00 Time I: II 4-5 Weed World. Jimbo Boy Mygypsey, Royal Mitch, King Courage also ran. Big Ptrlectl 5-6 ft 4-5 paid 17,361.10 8tll- 3,200, cl, 3YOup,4f. Craigs Tune IRuyball) 21 00 9 40 6 20 Fast Shot (Maple) 9 40 5 00 Ivaiay (Monteire) 3 00 Time I II 1-5. Astro Lee. Enfare, Flo tage, At Bat, Sunday Bunny, Sy-A also ran. 9th- 3,500, ale, J4YO,l. Mt. Jungle I Tnnbaum) 10.20 5 00 2 80 Subnet (Hidalgo) 4 40 210 Get Em John (Gavldla) 3SO Time 1:10 I S. Grain Goddess, Formal Oeb, I Think So, Winter Street also ran. 10th 2700. cl, 1YO, 1 mi 70 yds. dh Hasty Rising (Marquezl 33 20 17 40 6.20 dh-Larry's Fortune (Tennenbauml 100 4.40 3 20 Crafty G (Viera) 380 Time 144. Lil Ole Man, Chet Roman, Donia Looze, Royal Debra, Run'N Catch, This Trick also ran. dh-Dead heat for win. Pertecta 2-4 paid 1238 40 Perfect! 4-1 paid S 79.60 Attendance 6,559. Handle 1662,580. SELECTIONS 1- On More Jet, Bridle 'N (it. King Shan. 2- lronla, Magic Song, Ruler's Risk. 3- Goidin Phantom, The Magic Lett, Coin In Sam. 4- Chantt Princess, Landojuest, Stand High. 5- Namay, Part Of Heaven, Papa W. 6- Sure N' Swirl, Band Kidd, Tip Pen Tip. 7- Swimmin' Hole, Take Silk, Pal John. -Mount Pelien, Kilmere, It's Blitz. 9-Cold, Oca la Orpheus, F.neull Hall. It-Aerie, Hasty Here, Wise Sam. Best Bet-Celd. Sikes Team Reaches Finals PORT ST. LUCIE (AP) -Pretournament favorites Curtis Person and David Goldman won their semifinal match Friday to move into Saturday's finals of the World Four-Ball Amateur Seniors Golf Championship. Person, from Memphis. Term., and Goldman, of Dallas. Tex., will play the Florida team of Norton Harris of Key West and Leon Sikes Sr. of Palm Beach for the title. Major. A 256 by Pearl Griffin, a 156 average bowler, in the Tuesday Donut, also at Major. Her set was 607. A 142 triplicate by Bud McCulloeh in the Community league at Riviera Lanes. Peggy Colwell. a 108 average bowler, had a 151 in the Guys N Dolls at Riviera. Linda Harper, an 88 average pinster rolled a 164 in the Star Roofing Mixed at Major. . .Bob Randoja. aged 11. a 162 in the Junior-Adult league at Lantana Lanes. SPARE PICK-UPS - Louis Tima, 4-6-10, Sand Spur league at Lantana. Helen Moran 6-7 in Lantana Merchants league. Rickie Dressel the 4-10 in the R.B.Y.A.A. at Riviera. Lu Strianese, 6-8 10 in Cinderella at Riviera. Kay Neil 4-7-9-10 in Southern Bank All-Star league at Major lanes. Bill Embury, 3-6-7-10 in Couples league, also at Major. RIVIERA LANES - Guy N' Dolls: Vern Root 617 (2331, Donn Eckhoff 611 (2251, Dick McBride 579 (2121, Cody Colwell 538 ( 203), Johnette Frost 538 (179), Martha Weiss 451 (175), Marcus Armstrong 225. Community league: Howard Bigdell 527 ( 200), Tom Fink 502 1 196), Lester Leb 500 ( 208), Chuck Wooten 212, Ron Fishenchio 203. Dick Womack 202. Winter Classic: James Collins 543 (204), Joe Dorsey 504 (192), John Wesley 206, Eddie Hanna 199. George Pettis 195. Ball N' Chain: John Petras 638 (237-222). Hal Keech 575 ( 211-200), Jim DeCicco 572 (201), Chuck Frost 226-205, Harold Wendt 209. Angie Scianca 194. St. Francis Men's: Eric Braun 605 (243), Foster Evans 548 (202), Robert Reinauer 563 (213), Steve Knapp 215, Wavne Tucker 214, Zeb Brocho 213, Tim Livingston 203. LANTANA LANES Happy Times league: Evelyn Hamilton 192. Judy Roush 187. Rachel Wood 171. King Pins: Larry Girten 562 (200), Archie Scott 561, Joe Giovinazzo 561 (233), Bruce Milliman 218, Ross Livingston 215, Tony Bonardi 214. Mix-ups league: Norma Pyfrin 545 (199), Betty Otto 527 ( 190 1. Walt Kowal-ski 533 ( 191 ), Fred Lyman 192, Russell Lake 189, Bill Pyfrin 187. Junior & Senior league: Cathi Bowe 528, Ty Cain 493, Phil Fechtmeyer 480, Eric Newton 488. Junior & Adults league: Eric Newton 532 (215), Dot Free 517 (183), Tim Basom 199, John Reinhold 187. Sand Spur: Trudy Tims 202, Jim Taylor 209, Ed Rogers 200, Ray Roush 535, Eileen Sisco 506, Bob McLaury 524. Lantana Merchants: Steve Hubacek 570 (226), Robert Ferwarda 221, Tony Bonardi 207, Dick Derk 198, Ike Knisley 191. VERDES TROPICANA - Tropicana Ladies Scratch: Evelyn Cox 622 ( 248), Hank Wilson 534 (200). Lydia Redding 523 (175), Lucille Dingman 212. Ginger Goodman 200, Glorida Bulmer 190. Classic Doubles: Wavne Fake 652 (214-235-203), Jim DeCicco 599 ( 219-202), Tom Bates 596 ( 227-207), Ed Boyce 237, Tom Tid-marsh 224, Mike Gilbert and Lynn Blount 211s. Men's league: Bob Goodrum 554 (226), Bill Overfelt 526, Dick Conner 510, Betty Brennan 213. Richard Trobaugh 185. Sunday Night Mixed Foursomes: Dale Cline 545, Jack Kelly 542, Murray Logan 524, Frank Jesmer 249, Richard Fogle 205, Ginger Logan 174. Women's league: Doris Ruggiero 490, Elsie Scaglione 460 (173), Rita Reed 442 (166), Avis Stopke 161. Palm Springs Mixed Foursomes: Joe Lesko 574 (232), Ed Boyce 541 (192), Ken McMillan 535 ( 200), Norma Robertson 461 (164), Gloria Bulmer 458 (164), Helen Rojt 442 (164). Walt Snell 210, George Bensel 205. MAJOR LEAGUE LANES - Gold Coast Scratch: Wesley Yates 624. Duane Hope 605, Art Trout 606, Steve Trama 213. Norma Smith 235, Larry Hulme 226. Tuesday Coffee: Melba Emmons 201, Clem Walsh 176. Eileen Grier 186, Martha Hinson 171. Eliie Fox 181. DAYTONA BEACH - The Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Championship will be decided today at 2 p.m. in Welch Memorial Stadium when the Bethune-Cookman College Wildcats take on the Florida & M Rattlers. The Wildcats having lost its last two contests is about to RIVIERA CITY DOCKS I CAU fO BfSEPVATlONS PH. VI -29l9 NITE VI 4-6920 I , "HI. I K SK I" I I "RIIKM til'' KIU 0 II" 7 Trip, Doily t VS t ' 10 I Nil! FISHING HID ril. m J 7 f H II f I I present Head coach Jack McClairen with his worst sason in eight years. McClairen. realizes it will take a lot to beat Florida A & M. however, he remembers that rivals have produced upsets in the past. McClairen. said his team will be almost at full strength for Saturday's contest. Winston Mack, the Wildcats leading defensive star and Timothy Wallace, a punt return specialist were given the green light by medics this week and are expected to see action. The only other Bethune-Cookman star on the sick list is Alfred Haywood, a crack halfback who piled up enough points 1 58) in four games to lead the conference to-date although he has been out for three games. Haywood, suffered a hip injury against Alabama A & M Oct. 26. k FABULOUS 10 MATINEE TODAY 1 P.M. TONIGHT 7:30 P.M. PARI-MUTUEL BETTING 'it 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' BE THERE - BE A WINNER IJVIile West Of U.S. 1 On 45th Street WEST PAiM BEACH

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