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Riviera Beach 57 Jupiter 0 Palm Beach Post-Times, Saturday, Nov. 23, 1M8-1S PGA Loses i In Dayton STATISTICS JUPITER - Jackie Rhine rambled for 307 yards in 24 carries to pace Riviera Beach High to a 57-0 football whitewash of Jupiter Friday night. Rhine scored four six pointers, three on sizzling runs that left Warrior would-be tacklers scattered over the field. Rhine's longest jaunt was a 63 yard, but he also lighted the scoreboard with rambles of 49 and 51 yards. The Hornets defense was as stingy as the offense was rampant, holding Jupiter to a minus 18 yards on the ground. o 30 V 7 -XV V ' gi Representatives of the APG were invited to the meeting but did not attend. Officials of the Dayton Chamber met later this week with representatives of the APG in New York and made their decision on the basis of information learned in the two meetings. In a letter to Fraser. the rhamher wmtp in nart Lincoln Park 27 Apopka Wheatley 7 DAYTON. Ohio (API - The 51st PGA Championship will not be played in Dayton. After a meeting of its executive committee Friday, the Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce canceled its contract with the Professional Golfers Association to sponsor the 1969 tournament. "We have taken this action." said Chamber president William P. Balthrop. "because of our inability to obtain unequivocal guarantees of the participation by the leading tournament players." In taking the action, the chamber also canceled contracts with the NCR Employes Benefit Association for use of the NCR Golf Course and with J. Edwin Carter. Inc.. for tournament and promotion. The cancellation came as a shock to PGA president Leo Fraser who was contacted by telephone in Atlantic City, N.J.. F riday by cha mber officials . It was another setback for the PGA arising out of its recent split with most of the tournament players, who have formed their own association the American Professional Golfers. Only Monday. PGA officials met here with Chamber leaders and opened the door to participation in the tournament by the members of the APG. rORT PIERCE - Quarterback Carlos r enn completed only two passes Friday night, but both were good for touchdowns to lead Lincoln Park to a 27-7 non-conference football victory over Phyllis Wheatley High of Apopka. Versatile Sammy Sikes caught both the TD aerials, one for 78 yards and the other for 24. Chappell Branch, who gained 125 yards in 10 carries, scored the third touchdown on an 80-yard run. Randy Walker intercepted two passes lor the greyhounds, returning one 58 yards lor the final Tl). Sikes ran lor two extra points and Fenn for one as the SURROUNDED Kennedy High's Henry Coleman (No. 80 dark jersey) reaches for a pass, while Roose- velt's Willie Blackwell (No. 43) and Alfred Reed (No. 13) cover defensively. In Roger Howzell (No. 64). Ohio State, Wolverines In Big Ten Showdown Martin County 38 Okeechobee 0 Bondeson, Cerrudo Share Cajun Lead By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Ohio State and Michigan meet Saturday at Columbus. Ohio, before a crowd expected to exceed 85.000 in a struggle for Big Ten supremacy, with the league title, the Rose Bowl and possibly the national champinship at stake. This showdown between the two teams in this 65-year-old rivalry has more than the usual drama and suspense with all those prizes being dangled on By ED MENMNGER STUART - Martin County High's Tigers, unveiling their nost impressive offensive display of the season, mauled the Okeechobee Brahrnans 38-0 Fri-!ay night before a delightei lomeconiing crowd of 2.500 loot lall fans. The Tigers amassed 32!) yard.-lushing and 121 passing as they notched their fifth win in nine starts. Okeechobee is 1-7-1. Martin County scored the first two times it had possession of the ball, the first on a 66-yard pass from H. L. Bowling to John Thomas and the second on a 25-yard run by Albert Mclntyre. The hard-running Mclntyre scored again on a 55-yard gallop early in the third period. Jim Thomas sneaked over from one yard out. Wallace Rogers blast-1 Seminoles Seek To Pad Record Against Deacs LAFAYETTE, La, (API -Paul Bondeson got stung by a bee and made four birdie putts in a row Friday for six-under par 66 and a share of the second-round lead with Ron Cerrudo in the $35,000 Cajun Classic. Bondeson and Cerrudo. one of the tour's crop of hot-shooting rookies, each had 135s for the first 36 holes. This is the year's final action for the play-for-pay tourists who now must decide whether to stick with the Professional Golfers Association or play next year with the rebel American Professional Golfers. Neither Bondeson. a tournament player since 1962. nor Cerrudo. who also had a 66, have won a tournament. One stroke behind them were Dave Stockton, who is seeking to join the exclusive $100,000 club, rookie Bob E. Smith and Dewitt Weaver. The cluster at 137 included first-round leader Miller Barber, who slipped to a 72 Friday, Dan Sikes and Charlie Sifford. Others at 137 were Dale Douglass, Chris Blocker, Don Mas-sengale and Herb Hooper. RB J First Downs Rushing Vardaae Passing Yardage Passes Punts Punts Yards Penalized IS I 39 -II 81 -19 4-l 3-12-0 Ml t- I 0 I aD 30 SCORING Riviera Beach ? II 20 11 - 57 Jupiter 0 10 0 0 RB-RhineMrunlKeilty Kick! RB Rhine I run (Kick Failed) RB-Ellrichl, pass Iron) Saunders ( Kick Failed) RB-Rhine 63, run (Kick Failed) RB Keilty 21, pass from Saunders (Teaterkickl RB-Paluskaa, run, (Teaterkickl RB-Keiity 17, pass Irom Sanders (Kick Failed) RB-Rhine51 run (Kick Failed) RB-Jones I run (Kick Failed) Greyhounds notched their second win in nine starts. Lincoln Park winds up its season Thanksgiving Day against arch-rival Gilford. STATISTICS AW 14 184 118 82 LPA 9 217 102 92 First Downs Rushing Yardage Passing Yardage Return Yardage (Kicks, Passes, Fumbles Passes 30 13-3 13-2-1 Punts 5-2 1 4 5-26 0 Fumbles Lost 3 2 Yards Penalized 20 56 SCORING Apopka 0 7 0 0 -7 Lincoln Park 0 7 14 6 - 27 AW Larson 5 run (Moore kick) LPA Sikes 78 pass Irom Fenn (Sikes run) LPA Sikes 24 pass Irom Fenn (Sikes Run I LPA Branch 80 run (Fenn run) LPA Walker 58 pass interception (run tailed) ed in from the one and Willis Harris ran two yards for the other Tiger TUs. Okeechobee's deepest penetration was to the Martin County 12-yard line as the game end ed. The drive started on the Brahrnans' 11 and, with fullback Bill Ford accounting for most of the yardage, the visitors marched 77 vards before time ran out. STATISTICS MC 21 329 121 7-17-0 1-25.0 I 33 First Downs Rushing Yardage Passing Yardage Passes Punts Fumbles Lost Yards Penalized SCORING Okeechobee 0 12 132 32 4- 16-4 5- 300 I 10 0 0 0 -0 Martin County IJ 0 13 13 - 38 MC John Thomas 66 pass from Bowling (kick failed) MC - Mclntyre 25 run (kick tailed) MC - Mclntyre 55 run (Walton kick) MC Jim Thomas 1 run (kick failed) MC Rogers 1 run (Walton kick) MC - Harris 2 run (kick failed) North Stars then paid Montreal $30,000 for Smith, Minnesota officials disclosed. Finally, Montreal purchased the 31-year-old Hillman from Pittsburgh for $30,000 and an unnamed minor league player. Hillman will play against his former mates, including brother Wayne Hillman, Saturday night when the Canadiens and North Stars meet in Montreal. The three-Corner transaction was completed before the 72-hour waiver limit expired. Pittsburgh had the first choice at the waiver because of the Penguins' last-place standing in the West Division. R esults FIRST -S-I6.C Time 31:16 2 Fido Gossip 7 10 5 40 4 60 3 Waiting Game 13.20 7 80 6 Party Pink 6 20 Ouiniela 12-3) S61.S0 Perfects (2-3) S34.I9 SECOND B.C., B 4 J D s Toyah Dee 14 60 5 20 2 60 2 Hinky Venture 8 00 3 80 8 Style Salon 2 60 Ouiniela 12-4) 5320 Pertecta (4-2) S130.40 DAILY DOUBLE (2-4) (64.80 THIRD B.C., D Time 34:51 2 Sound Hunch 7 40 4 20 3 40 1 Sunny Design 4.00 3.60 7 Run Kay 4.40 Ouiniela ( 1-2) 120.40 Pertecta (2-1 ) S42.20 FOURTH B.C., D Time 34:45 3 John's College Boy 12.60 4. 0 4 80 5 Bob's Victor 4.00 3.60 6 Danny Jo 4 40 Ouiniela ( 1-3) 120.00 Pertecta (3-1) S40.40 FIFTH -M.C..D Tim. 50:44 5 G'l Rosie Ratio 8 80 4 40 4 00 5 Queeneree 9 40 6 80 2 Wahunta 6 40 Ouiniela (4-5) 169.60 Pertecta (4-5) S140.40 SIXTH 5-16, B Time 31:26 2 Sudie 5 80 3 80 2 60 8 Nuala's Twioov I 80 3 80 7 Castle's Charlie 4 80 Ouiniela (2-1) 127.40 Pertecta (2-0) 134.40 SEVENTH B.C., B. Time 34:58 3 Skinny Marimba 39 00 14 20 5 60 1 Navidad 9.60 I 00 0 Contrive 4 60 Ouiniela 1 1-1) 1130.20 Pertecta (3-1 ) (294.20 EIGHTY-M.CC Time 50:48 4 Baytown Sun 9 20 5 SO 3 80 7 Final Line 7 00 3 40 2 S P s Hobo Bill 3 00 Ouiniela (4-7) 124.60 Porfecta (4-7) 139.20 NINTH -B..C.A Time 34:04 5 Lemon Tree 3 60 2 00 2 40 7 Serf 3 00 2 40 I VulmidiS 3 00 Ouiniela (5-7) 19.00 Pertecta (J-7) 113.20 TENTH -B.C., A Time 34:24 7 Triple Rocket 2 60 2 40 2 20 5 Bronzetone 3.20 2 40 4 Entry Blank 2 80 Ouiniela (5-7) 111.60 Pertecta (7-5) 111.60 Gateway Race Group Named West Palm Beach City Commissioners Friday named a committee for the Gateway Marathon boat race, which will probably be held in August. Committeemen named were Robert Boyd. Vance Biddle. Noel C. Coane, Del Davis Jr., Edward J. O'Reilly and Al Three Teams Work Out Players Trade the last big weekend of major college football action. Ohio State, ranked second in the latest Associated Press poll, has an 8-0 record and a 12-game victory string, and is banking i imarilv on the efforts of a 184 career catches. He needs 220 yards in two games to become the top all time career yardage receiver. He would replace Tulsa's Howard Twilley, who wound up with 3,343 yards. Kickoff time is 2 p.m. Saturday afternoon. Score Board ABA Roundup Eastern Division Won Lost Pet. Behind Minnesota 7 3 .700 Kentucky B 6 .571 1 Miami 5 5 . 500 2 New York 5 7 .417 3 Indiana 4 10 .286 5 Western Division Oakland 12 2 .857 New Orleans 8 6 . 500 S Los Angeles 5 5 .500 5 Denver 5 7 .417 6 Dallas 3 6 .333 6"i Houston 3 6 . 333 4Vi THURSDAY'S Resulhe New Orleans 129, Indiana 117 New York 117, Dallas 104 Oakland 125, Denver 114 Only games scheduled. Friday's Games New York at Los Angeles Only game scheduled. Saturday's Games Indiana at Miami New York at Minnesota Only games scheduled. Sunday's Games Los Angeles at Houston Kentucky at New York Only games scheduled. NBA Roundup Eastern Division Won Lost Pet. Behind "In light of the breach now existing between the PGA and the APG and its members who have organized APG : in light of the very real prospect for continuing and additional litigation between the two groups which threatens to involve individual players and sponsors: and in light of the fact that such litigation and breach have prevented us from obtaining an unequivo-al assurance of participation in '.he championship by the leading tournament players as stipulated by your format of a representative field' announced in Dayton on May 23. 1968. we cannot continue with our sponsorship ol the championship. "We cannot and will not attempt to sell the project to our community as a star-studded tournament when we both know- there is a very substantial possibility that the leading tournament players will not participate" Bondeson. a big blond belter who was once an Army paratrooper, did not have a spectacular start an even par 36 on the back nine which he played first-then he birdied the 10th hole with a three-foot putt but had no idea that, in his words. "A miracle was about to happen." Holding up a finger in the pressroom later, he said. "A bee stung me just as I got to No. 4 green," Nevertheless, he tapped in a two-foot putt for his bird and went on to get three more in succession. "I almost had an eagle at 7 he said. "My 25-foot putt hung on the lip and I waited for a long timp tn epp if it wnnlH f:ill He wound up with a 30 for the front nine the lowest nine-hole score thus far in the tourney. Bondeson hit the tour six years ago in a blaze of glory, just missing a victory al the Doral Open, one of his first starts. Since then, however, he has been on and off. Cerrudo, who had an eagle, a bogie and six birdies, played his first pro tournament a year ago. Results FIRST- Doubles; 5 pts. 8 Egurbide-Aretio 24 80 4 00 5 40 6 6 4 Antomo-Uguarte 4 80 3 60 3 Fana-Egana Outntela (4-8) $43.60 5 40 7 SECOND -Doubles; 5 pts. 8 Olabarri-Aretio 12 80 4 60 5 40 6 5 7 Fana-Mugica 6 60 5 00 6 4 3 Egurbide-Ugarte 3 B0 4 2 Ouiniela (7-8) S 111.20 Pertecta (8-7) VS20.20 Big O (4-8, 7-8) No. 7 paid 18 J. 60, No. 8 paid $42.80 THIRD -Singles; 6 pts. 6 Roberto 9 00 6 00 3 40 9 6 1 Ulaoa 6 80 3 00 10 6 7 Zaguirre 4 00 9 6 Ouiniela (1-4) $34.00 FOURTH - Doubles; 5 pts. 5 Fana-Baranda 10 50 5 0 5 40 7 5 4 Antonio-Egana 4 20 2 80 7 4' 1 Torres-Vicandi 3 60 8 5 Ouiniela (4-5) $36.40 Pertecta (5-4) $I72..0 DAILY DOUBLE (4-S)$l82.0 FIFTH -Doubles; 5 pts. t Orbe-Andrade 16 40 5 00 2 80 6 5 4 Azpiri-Lasarte 8 00 3 00 4 3 2 Lopetegui-Lejarcegui 3 80 4 2 Ouiniela ( M) $18.80 Pertecta ( 1-4) $52.20 SIXTH -Doubles; 5 pts. 3 Treio-lraola 13. 10 4 80 3 60 7 1 Uriiar-Jose 5 60 4 60 6 4 2 Ramon-Leiarcegui 4 70 6 j Ouiniela i 1-3) $77.00 Pertecta ( 3-1) $83.00 SEVENTH - Doubles; S pts. 2 Torres-Baranda 12 40 5 20 3 60 4 5 3 Orbe-Ugarte II 00 4 80 5 4 6 Antonto-Vicandi 3 20 4 3 Ouiniela ( 2-3) $49.20 Pertecta (2-3) $308. 10 EIGHTH - Doubles; Sots. 3 Roberto-Arrasate 12 00 5 80 4 00 7 5 2 Coll-Eguia 4 20 2 80 7 4 4 Treio Jose 2 80 7 3 Quimefa (2-3) $29.80 Pertecta (3-2) $94.20 NINTH -DtuOles; S Pts. 3 Ulacia-Lejercegul 13 00 6 00 3 60 7 5 1 Ramon-Suri 5.40 2 40 7 4 4 Roberto-Jose 2 40 7 4 Ouiniela (1-3) 130 40 Pertecta (3-1) $95.90 TENTH -Double; 5 pts. I Ulacia Baranda 12.00 7 80 4 20 5 S ft Ramon-Aretio I 40 5 40 4 4 3 Lopetegui-Surf 4 60 ft 3 Qutnieta (44) $44.40 Rich Perfecta At Jai-AIai The early season high for perfects wagering was hit Friday night at the West Pal n Beach Fronton as the second game payoff was a walloping $520.20 for a $3 bet. The weekend spirit was with the ticketholders of the 8-7 perfecta combination and the 7-8 quiniela bettors, who took home $178.20. The team of Fana and Mugica took winning honors, paying $12.80, $4.60 and $5.40 across the board. Second was Olabarri and Aretio, with a payoff of $6.60 and $5. Marine Weather Small boat forecast for the Florida lower east coast through the Bahamas as far as Nassau and southward through the Florida straits Saturday. Seas two to four feet. Inland waters with a light chop. Jai-Alai Roundup West Palm Beach Fronton MINNEAPOLIS - ST. PAUL lAP) Montreal. Minnesota and Pittsburgh approved a three-way National Hockey League deal Friday to implement a trade nullified by NHL President Clarence Campbell. It all started out last week when Minnesota dealt defense-man Larry Hiltman to the Montreal Canadiens for left Wing Brian Smith. But Campbell ruled that Hill-man first should have been put on waivers, and ruled him ineligible. So, the North Stars put Hill-nian on waivers and the Pittsburgh Penguins paid the $30,000 waiver price to Minnesota. The ( Stall Photo By Ursula Seemann) background is Roosevelt's phomore-studded squad led by quarterback Rex Kern. Michigan, fourth ranked, has an 8-1 r3cord the loss was to California in its opener helped by the talents of tailback Ron Johnson. Kern, who has passed for 830 yards and rushed for 403 more, also has an able runner in Jim Otis, a 741-yard gainer. Johnson, who last week set a NCAA single game record of 347 yards gained and is just 71 yards shy of the Big Ten record, is teamed with a capable quarterback in Dennis Brown. The winner of the struggle will move on the Rose Bowl for a game against Southern California, currently the No. 1 team in the poll. But a big victory for either Ohio State or Michigan, or a USC loss to jucla, could also lift one of the big Ten teams to the top. The Trojans, 8-0. would seem to be headed for an easy one against the 3-5 Bruins, but any thing can happen in this intense rivalry between city neighbors The game, spotlighting USC's O.J. Simpson, will be nationally televised following the Oklaho ma-Nebraska game. Oklahoma, already a Blue bonnet Bowl entry, will be gunning for a share of the Big Eight title with seventh-ranked Kansas and Missouri, who meet in Columbia, mo. Kansas already is assured an Orange Bowl date against Penn State while Missouri is headed for the Gator Bowl against Ala bama. Other conference titles also are on the line. Arkansas No. 9 will be out for a share of the Southwest title against Texas Tech, Yale and Harvard meet for the top spot in the Ivy League and Wyoming and Arizona try for the Western Athletic crown. Arkansas needs a victor, to assure a tie with Texas for the Southwest title. The conference winner is headed for the Cotton Bowl against Tennessee while the loser likely will wind up in the Sugar Bowl against Georgia. Sports On Air TELEVISION (Today) 2:45 p.m. NCAA FOOTBALL DOUBLEHEADER - Nebraska vs. Oklahoma; 6 p.m. Southern Cal vs. UCLA (10-12) (Sunday) 11:30 a.m. COLLEGE FOOTBALL Kansas vs. Missouri (Replay) (10) and at 12 on Ch. 12. 1:30 p.m. AFL FOOTBALL DOUBLEHEADER - Miami at Boston; 4 p.m. New York at San Diego (5-7) 2 p.m. NFL FOOTBALL DOIJ. BLEHEADER Minnesota vs. Baltimore; 3:30 p.m. New York at Los Angeles (4 and UHF-34) 2:45 p.m. COLLEGE FOOT BALL (Replays): Penn State-Pitt, USC-UCLA, Ohio State-Michigan, Oklahoma-Nebraska, Yale-Harvard (10) RADIO (Today) 1:45 p.m. COLLEGE FOOTBALL - Wake Forest at Florida State ( WEAT-850) 8 p.m. ABA BASKETBALL -Miami Floridians vs. Indiana Pacers I WHEW-1600) (Sunday) 1:30 p.m. AFL FOOTBALL -Miami Dolphins vs. Boston Patriots (WHEW-1600) By JACK HARPER TALLAHASSEE (AFN) -Peach Bowl-bound Florida State and Coach Bill Peterson are putting their reputations on the line in a homecoming game with Wake Forest here this after noon. It's a calculated risk taken ev ery weekend in the fall, but this weekend it is more so. Peterson has gone all out per sonally for his 1968 team in getting Atlanta's first Peach Bowl invitation and Wake Forest, mean and ugly with a resigned coach with nothing to lose, could be a spoiler. The plot is ripe for it. The invitation was given on Peterson's word this up-again down-again Seminole squad was the best he had ever coached at FSU. And the Deacons just may not read the newspapers. Anyway you figure it promises to be a high scoring, wide open, razzle dazzle football game with the passing combination of quarterback Bill Cappleman and AU-American flanker Ron Sellers pitted against Freddie Sumners. 9.8 seconds sprinting-passing ex pert, the first Negro to quarter back a deep south major college team. "They're the best losing football team in the country" Coach Peterson says with respect. The Deacs suffered their sixth defeat and second in a row at Duke last Saturday to put their record at 2-6-1 for the year. It was the same disheartening story against the Blue Devils that caused Coach Bill Tate to Australian Star In Tennis Finals LONDON (APi - Mrs. Mar garet Smith Court, Australian tennis star, crushed United States Wightman Cupper Mary Ann Eisel of St. Louis 6-0, 6-3 Friday to reach the final of the Crystal Palace covered courts tournament. Miss Eisel looked tired and sluggish following a marathon semi-final against South At'ir-ca's Pat Walkden Thursday night. The American girl won that match 9-7. 17-15. Dog Racing Miami Biscayne Track Entries quit effective this Saturday for "the good of the team." Sumners had his first game of the season with more than 300 yards in total offense, but was unable to score a touchdown. The score; Duke 18, Wake Forest 3. But Sumners doesn't figure to be denied forever. He had 1.419 yards last fall to win the Atlantic Coast Conference total offense crown. This year he's got 1.552 yards passing alone and is literally called dynamite for Florida Slate. He is 17th nationally in pass completions. It's the last chance for Wake Forest to put it all together and, if they do. it'll be an interesting afternoon. They've turned in some thrillers against teams with names bigger than FSU. Purdue and Virginia Tech, (remember them? They beat the Seminoles I won by one point margins. Minnesota was lucky to come out with a 24-19 win and they tied CTemson 20-20. Coach Peterson, expecting an emotion charged game, is banking on the new found confidence his Seminoles showed in downing N.C. State, 48-7. last weekend. "I've known all along they are potentially the greatest team I have coached here." he said. "Now I think they believe it themselves." It'll be homecoming and 24 FSU seniors will be playing their last game at home. In the stands will be members of FSU's only unbeaten team in a 1950 class reunion. Both teams are in excellent physical condition. Sophomore defensive end Ron Wallace, out with an ankle injury, will be the only Seminole regular not ready to go. John Pittman, first string FSU fullback missing for two games, will be back in action. The Seminole camp has been concerned this week about Ail-American Flanker Sellers. He was in the school hospital Tuesday with the flu. However, he was back at practice Wednesday ready to continue his assault on national receiving record. Sellers is already second on the all-time reception list with a school scoring record with a 158-87 romp over Florida Memorial. The IRJC hoopsters, taking the floor for the first time this season, held a 75-45 lead at the intermission. Fie. Memorial G F T Indian River G Wesley 5 3 13 i.on r t 2 14 2 4 0 34 0 0 0 2 2 12 3 7 3 5 1 17 2 14 1 17 2 14 0 4 0 10 Turner 3 17 Finch 2 waey 4 o 8 Vance 17 Snow l Sill Cooper 0 Lyoni ; 2 16 Polity 1 Gibion 2 2 DeBenardinos5 wimos Webb Wi I Icons Forgi Isom Totall 2 6 Renuin 0 lOWeihurn 0 OCathorn 0 OCampbell 0 OArtit IS l7Copj Silna Johnson Verriweather 1 0 Totall 70 18 ISO Baltimore 13 4 .765 Boston 12 4 .750 Vj Cincinnati 12 5 .706 1 Philadelphia 8 4 .667 V'i Detroit 8 1 .471 5 New York 6 13 .316 Milwaukee 4 II .267 0 Western Division Los Angeles 13 4 . 765 - Atlanta 10 .474 S San Francisco ... 8 9 .471 5 San Diego 7 10 .4)2 6 Chicago 7 II .389 6"i PhoeniK 5 e .357 jv, Seattle 6 IS 286 9 Entries 1st - 5 pts. Torres-Egana Olabarri-Pedro Aleiandro-Vicsndi F ana-Luis Antonio-Ugarie Egurbide-Mugica Lopetegui-Baranda Orbe-Aretio 2nd - 5 pts. Torres-Baranda Aleiandro-Ugarte Fana-Egana Olabarri-Luis Egurbide-Vicandi Lopetegui -Pedro Orbe-Lasarte Antonio-Aretio 3rd -6 pts. Ulaoa Ormaza Uriiar Eguia Roberto Zaguirre Treio 4th - 5 pts. Fana-Vicandi Torres-Ugarte AleiandroPedro Olabarrt-Baranda Antonio-Egana Egurbide-LuiS 5th-5 pH. Lopetegui -Mugica Anton io-Andrade Coli-Lasarte Orbe-Arrasate Ramon-Aretio (Jniar-lraola 6th - 5 pts. Azpiri-Leiarcegut TreioArrasate Ulacia-Jose Ramon-Eguia Zaguirre-Suri Roberto-Ormaa ;th -5 pts. Aleiandro Egana Tor rev Vic a ndi Fana Baranda Orbe-Ugarte Oiabarn-Lasarte Egurbide-Aretio Antonio-Mugica 8th -S pts. Coll-Leiarcegui Uniar-Jose Ulacia-Andrade Ramon -Orma:a TreioEguia Zaguirre-lraola th-Spfs. Ramon-Jose Treio-Suri Azpiri-Eguia Ulaoa-Ormaia Zagutrre-Arrasate Roberto-Leiarcegui I0th-5pts. Coll-Luts Orbe-Mugrca Egurbide-Suri Uniar-Aretio Lopetegui-Andrade Azpin-Lasarte Antonio-lraola Ramon-Arrasate nth - pts. Coll-lraoia Urtar-Arrasate Azpiri-Jose Ramon-Andrade Uiaoa-Sun Treto-Ormaza Roberto-Eguta Zaguirre-Leiarcegui Matinee H - 5 PtS. Olabarri-Ugartt Fana-Vicandi Aleiandro-Baranda Tor res -Mugica Lopetegui-Pedro Egurbtde-Egana Olabarri-Mugtca Antonio-Aretio 2nd - S pts. Alejandro-Egana Torres-Vlcandl Egurblde-Ugartt Olabarri-Luis Antonio-Pedro Fana-Aretio Orbe-Baranda Lopetegui -Luis 3rd -4 pts. Suri Aiplri Ramon Jose Leiarcegui Zaguirre 4th - 5 pts. Alelandro-Vicandl Torres-Luis Olabarri -Egana Fana -Baranda Egurblde-Ugartt Orbe-Pedro sm-spts. Antonio-Arrasatt Orbe-Andrade Lopetegui-Surl Coll-ArttiO Uriiar-Muglca Azpiri-Lasartt 4th - 5 Pts. Ramon-Andrade UiaciaJost Trtjo-Ltjarctgul Urizar-Ormaza Zaguirre-lraola Roberto-Eguia 7th - S Pts. Alelandro-Lasarte Olabarri-Baranda Fena-Mugica Lopetegui Ugarte Torres-Aretio Orbe-Egana Egurbi de-Luis Antonio-Vicandl Ith - 5 Pts. Aipiri-Arrasate CoilSurl Roberto-Lejarcegui laguirre-jose Ulacia-Eguia Trejo-Ormaza Wh - 5 pts. Urizar-Andrade Coll-Ltiarcegui Trejo-Surl Ramon-Eguia Roberto-1 raoia Ulaoa Ormeie 10th - 5 pts. Coll-Aretio Lopetegui -Lesarte Egurbi de-Arrasaft Atnonto-Mugica Olabarri-Jose Ramon-Baranda Azpiri-Luts Orbe-lraole 11th -7 pts. Urizar-Surl Azpiri-lraola IMecia-Arrasata CoH-Eguia Ramon-Leiarcegul Trelo-Jost Zagulrre-Andradt Roberto-Ormeza Selections T. Ola-Ped, Ant-Ugi, Lop-Bar 2. Ola-Luis, Tor-Bar, Ant-Art 3. Zg,Ula,Tre 4. Ota-Bar, Arrt-Ega, Egu-Luts 5. Ant-And, Lop-Mug,RanvAre 4. U I a-Jose, Ram-Egu, Zag-Surl 7. Ota-Las, Fane-Bar, Egu-Are I. Ula-And, Zag-tra, Tre-Egu 9. T re-Suri, Zag-Arr, Ula-Orm iv. tgu-surt, Aip-Las, Ant-ira H. Ula-Suri, Rob-Egu, Ram-And Thursday's Results Atlanta 129, Detroit 121 Chicago 120, Milwaukee II Only games scheduled. H Friday's Games Chicago vs. New York at Boston Phoenix at Boston Baltimore at Philadelphia San Francisco at Los Angeles Seattle at San Diego Only games scheduled. Saturday's Games Detroit at Baltimore Philadelphia at Cincinnati Phoenix at Milwaukee Boston at New York Atlanta at Chicago Seattle at San Francisco Only games wcheduled. Sunday's Games Chicago at Los Angeles Philadelphia at San Diego Milwaukee at Seattle Baltimore at Atlanta Only games scheduled. NHL Roundup 1st-B.C., B 7th-M.C.,T Beaumiss Flouncy Bozon Filter Fast Poor Jud Mon Petit Christy Ryan Triple star Substance El Torres J F.'s Royal Ann Zaggy Castle s Time Mission Bound V P. 'S Pick Shade Dance 2nd -B.C., A 8th -B.C., A J A 'sGoGo Enfanta No Fry Reba H Grenoble Strictly After Five Date Northern Champ Helen Leonard Coodled Crony Alice Cn'NFly Plush Hound Invaluable Buttle My True 3rd -BCD ?1h-M.C.,S Kilcow Rover Mike's Laddie Secret Switch Fabulous Whizzer Spartango Little Kit Dilly's Flossy Homepride Gabor's Labor BobGibson Bogan Cut Time Compulsive Sonya Yukie Hy Storm th - M.CD 10th-M.C.,S Francis Cole .Figment EmmaNorwalk Sedan Castle's Park Countess Kathy Cenlzo LG'sAda Barbetta Waded A Blue One Aloha Black Caviled Juanita Fields Flora Sue Mamie Kozell Sttl-M.C.,0 llth-B.CC Getadle Corla Agent Irish Lady Senator Mainstream (M) Brendan Bracken Max King Col Reba J Cole Risset Holbrau TacomaLad lollystone Zeadie Rumple Judrick jth-M.CC 12th -B.CB Perfect Pigeon 0 D 's Daisey Classy Commel Pranced Polly Choke A Shade Better Alley Fighter Rosy Rea Zelda's Pride Ricky's Jaguar DocGunter Happened Ettenbee Another Regret Zella's Babe Goneover Pioneers Set New School Record KIT Pis. GF GA Montreal 11 4 3 25 59 40 New York 12 5 0 24 54 30 Boston 10 5 2 22 55 37 Toronto 9 4 3 21 40 33 Chicago 9 7 1 19 68 50 Detroit 6 7 3 15 56 51 West Division St Louis 6 4 20 50 30 Minnesota 4 9 2 14 42 50 Philadelphia 6 9 2 14 35 52 Los Angeles 6 10 1 13 36 56 Oakland 4 12 3 II 30 66 Pittsburgh 3 12 2 0 41 63 FORT PIERCE - Ruben Vance hitting on jumpers from all parts of the court meshed 34 points Friday night as the Indian River Junior College cagers set Sophomore Sidelined SOUTH ORANGE, N.J. (UPI) Sophomore Bill McCrea, a 6-foot-5 forward on the Seton Hall basketball team, suffered a fractured left leg in practice rnday and will be sidelined 4-6 weeks. McCrea was the second leading scorer on Seton Hall's freshman team last season. Selections 1 - Castle's Time, Substance, J. F.'s Royal Ann 2 Grenoble, After Five Date, Plush Hound 3 Bogan, Secret Switch, Yukie 4 Flora Sue, Caviled, A Blue One 5 Jollystone, Getadle, Bracken 6 Classy Commel, Effenbee, Theorized 7 Mission Bound, Mon Petit, Filer Fast I Enfanta, Northern Camp, My True 9 - Mike's Laddie, Cut Time, Fabulous Whizzer 10 - Mamie Koaell, Aloha Black, L.G.'s Ada II Lady Senator, Brendan, Tacoma Lad 12 - Pranced, O.D.'i Daisy, Ricky's Thursday's Results Boston 4, Los Angeles ) Montreal 3, Philadelphia 0 Pittsburgh 3, Oakland I Only games scheduled Today's Games No games scheduled. Friday's Games Minnesota at Montreal Detroit at Toronto New York at Boston Chicago at St. Louis Oakland at Philadelphia Los Angeles at Pittsburgh Sunday's Games Toronto at Boston Oakland at New York Minnesota at Chicago Los Angeles at Philadelphia Only games scheduled.