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Palm Betck PMt-Timct, Sotfay, Nv. 24, 1-EJ d Phis fed. Sellers, FSU, Kip W. Forest Orange Bowl: Turf Needed! 8000000000000000 Executive Sports Editor Bv CLIFF KRAUS TALLAHASSEE (AFN) -Magnificent Ron Sellers never more magnificent than he was on the occasion of Florida State Homecoming game for 1968. Sellers, playing his last game on the Doak-Campbell stadium turf, shattered the record books Saturday as he caught five touchdown passes to lead the Seminoles to a 42-24 victory over Wake Forest before 35,108 fans. The loose-jointed flanker, from Jacksonville, latched on to 14 passes from Quarterback Bill Tom Deacon with 50 seconds left in the first half and struck another touchdown up on the board in the first two minutes of the third period. But, that was all the Deacons were to get as they closed out theirseason 2-7-1 period. Florida State 7-2 and winners of five straight over Wake Forest took command of the situation again after Ron Jure-wicz had beaten defender John Crowe into the end zone for a 28-yard pass from Summers with 13:01 left in the third quarter. The Seminoles drove the ensuing kickoff back 75 yards in five plays with Cappleman collabo all set by FredBiletnikoff. Sellers wasn't alone in the record-writing business. Cappleman's 365-yards on 22 pass completions out of 33 attempts, set records of 2,057 yards and 251 attempts in a season. The high marks 1,991 yards by Kim Hammond and 247 attempts by Ed Prichett. The Seminoles total offense of 622 yards 258 running 364 passing is a team record for a game. If those passing totals by Cappleman and team marks are confusing, the reason: Gary Pajcic completed for a yard loss. was fired by Tommy Warren. Even Wake Forest Quarterback Freddie Summers was on the record-making act. His 131 yards on 112 passing 19 running gives him 2,103 for the season a new school mark. Something that might be overlooked in all this shouting about Sellers and records, is the fact Peach Bowl-bound Seminoles, were down 10 points, 24-14, at one stage of the second half. Cappleman scoring passes to Sellers for 26 and 25 yards were wiped out by strikes of 7 and 9 yards from Summers to Jimmy Johnson and Gary Windrow. The Deacons went out front with a 30-yard field goal, by Defender Gary Willard was rendered helpless by Sellers mobility after making grab at about the 30. Running back Bill Gunter broke up Sellers' monopoly, when he ran in from the three for the Seminoles' go-ahead touchdown with 4:56 to go in the third period. It was a gutty move by Gunter. He slammed into linebacker Dan White from about a yard from the goal and sent him tumbling. Gunter laid prone on the ground, but he only had the wind knocked out of him. Florida State swiped Wake Forest passes to set up its last two scores. Joe Benson grabbed from Rick White to set the Seminoles up at the Deacons' 40 after a 19-yard return. After John Pittman, ran twice for 12-yards, Sellers beat off Dick Bozoian and Digit Last ridge for Cappleman's pass in the end zone. Bozoian and Lastridge were the victims again when Sellti. wrapped up his day with a 30 yard catch from Cappleman fo 4: 38 left in the game. The drive staged from the FSU 44 after Chuck Ezson stole a pass intended for Jurewicz. The Deacons were opportunists, too, as they scored three times after recovering Seminole BILLY BOOE, THE FORMER YALE placekicker and North Palm Beach resident, denies the new American Professional Golfers (APG) is having money troubles. Booe, the APG's administrator, says that many qf the pros are helping by doubling their dues so that the office personnel can get paid. . .Isn't it about time the City of Miami put artificial turf in the Orange Bowl? And who was that genius who put fiberglass over the old OB wooden seats'" Seats have now warped, leaving dangerous pieces of fiberglass to impale spectators. Levern Tart, Roosevelt High grad. is No. 13 on the American Basketball Association's scoring parade. Tart, who broke his jaw in two places, is on the New York Nets disabled list for 30 days but he bowed out with a 19 2 average for nine games. Rick Barry i who else' i of Oakland Oaks is first with 33 9. Miami Floridians Les (Big Game) Hunter is seventh with 22.0 . . . Miami is in running lor ABA All-Star game on Jan. 28 . . . Best bet for the league's "Rookie of the Year'' is Warren Armstrong, a B-foot-2 guard from Wichita State, now playing with the Oaks. Savs teammate Barry. He's unbelievable . . . even greater than Oscar Cappleman during the afternoon for 260 yards. That makes him rating on 48-yard bomb. The Seminoles tn attempt the all-time colgiate champion tor yards gained on pass recep tions with 3,385. The record was 3,343 by HowardTwilley from Tulsa. -ft. The 260-yard totals also was one more yard than Seller's sin Robinson ol theCincinnati Royals. " Cincinnati Bengal Coach Paul Brown basking in the glory of fumbles. The first time occurred after Walt Sumner intercepted pass thrown for Windrow. Sumner promptly fumbled the ball and Windrow re-'laimed it. So. what had started out as an 88-yard march was shortened to 25. The pass interception-fumble netted the Deacons 41 yards. The Deacons field goal by Deacon was set up when Irv Smith caused Cappleman to fumh'e and Bozoian recovered at the FSU 15. IVake Forest went for three points on the first play. Gunter fumbled to Roman Wszelaki to give Wake Forest possession at the FSU 39, and the Deacons went in for their last score of the day. LVU.-ia', ct',.. i. gle game high of 259 made against South Carolina earlier this season. Sellers also surpassed school records for touchdown passes in one game, TD passes in a career, touchdowns in a career and points in a career. He Now has 25 career touchdown passes and 25 career touchdowns and 150 career points. The records were 21, 20, 128, i Kr .' MfA A ?-v,... hiA .v ' il PEACOCK BROWN ARMSTRONG victory last Sunday in Miami told me. the American Football League is neanng the National Football League in class. -Every vear we get closer.'' said Paul. "The common draft will even (lungs out lor good." . . Bill Slansfield of North Palm Beach is captain ol this season's I'enn State basketball team. . . Score Board if Prep Football For Kids? 1 1 ica la i m lr NBA Roundup East Division W L T Pts GF GA Montreal 11 4 3 25 59 40 B HP? W New York 1? 5 0 24 54 38 Boston 10 5 2 22 55 37 Toronto 9 4 3 21 40 33 Chicago 9 7 I 19 68 58 Detroit a 7 3 15 56 51 i iuduu uiuic a i milling audi was led by Tom Bailey's 105 yards for 12 carries He was almost loose from the 50 on the Seminoles' second drive, but was dropped on the five. Grant Guthrie's sixth extra point ran his string to 56. He missed two field goals one from 22 with five seconds left in the second half. Florida State ends its regular season against Houston at Jack sonville Friday night. Wake Foresl 0 17? 0-24 Florida Stale 14 0 21 7-42 FSU-Setlers 26 pats from Cappleman (Guthrie kick) FSU Sellers 5 pass trom Cappleman ..'.Guthrie. k".n . WF Johnson 7 pass from Summers (Deacon kick) WF-Winrow 9 pass trom Summers (Deacon kick) WF-FG 30 Deacon WF-Jurewici 28 pass from Summers (Deacon kick) FSU-Sellers 48 pass from Cappleman (Guthrie kick) FSU Gunter 3 run (Guthrie kick) FSU-Sellers 28 pass from Cappleman (Guthrie kick) FSU-Sellers 30 pass from Cappleman (Guthrie kick) A-35,108 West Division W L T Pis GF GA St Louis t 6 4 20 51 38 Minnesota 6 9 2 14 42 50 Ph'delphia 6 9 2 1 4 35 5 2 L Angeles 6 10 1 13 3 5 Oakland 4 12 3 II 38 66 Pittsburgh 3 12 2 8 41 63 UHH ' f?. '. i ' . v "" Friday's Results No games scheduled nba standings Eastern Division W L Pet. GB Boston 13 4 . 765 - Baltimore 13 5 .722 n Cincinnati 12 5 . 706 1 Philadelphia 9 4 .692 2 Detroit 8 9 .471 5 New York 7 13 .350 7' j Milwaukee 4 II .267 8 Western Division Los Angeles 13 4 765 - ( W irrphoiu) SEMLNOLE MIKE PAGE (No. 17) BEATS DON KOBOS FOR PASS INTERCEPTION . . . End Zone Grab Helped FSU Beat Wake Forest In Tallahassee Game "" 1 ll.lll.ll.ll..ll.i.L.II.,l I I.. II II II. 1.1 Hill.-. U Atlanta 9 10 474 5 San Francisco 6 9 .471 5 7 10 .412 6 San Diego Chicago 7 12 . 368 t i 5 10 .333 a'l 6 15 . 286 9 Phoenix Seattle Friday's RmuUj . George May, athletic director of Leonard High School, must be living in a dream world when he tells me. ".schoolboy athletics are dillerent in Palm Beach County than any other place in the country. There isn't any pressure on local coaches to win. Football, tor instance, is played just lor fun. The game is lor the kids . . ."Come on George' The only difference between high school tootball and professional football is that the prep players don't get paid. Kveryone else does - coaches, officials, ticket takers, etc. - and they play night games to draw bigger paving crowds. I will believe that high school tootball is "just for the kids" when they J?!Lv.i-riy . afternoon ..;,,. stop charging admission, firing unsuccessful coaches and ask that no publicitv be given the program ... Senior guard Jeff Hogan and junior center Dave Cowens are Florida State's basketball co-captains this season. Cowens was the Seminolcs leading scorer last season with a 18.8 average and Hogan was second with 15.8 . . . FSU Coach Hugh Durham figures his club is looking better in practice. Said Durham. "Offensively, things are not just happening bv accident now. "We're finally getting some things done by design . . Despite the lack of integrity by some newspapermen. The Post-Times will continue to honor press release dates. The Miami Herald, for instance, on Friday broke the release date for the Atlanta Braves' spring training schedule sent to area newspapers for publication after Saturday at 2 p.m. Mavbe we're old fashioned but we'd rather be last with a story than to break our faith with a news source ... Reader Paul Tillery of Pahokee writes me. "Football fans in Pahokee have finally admitted that Florida's Harold Peacock is a third string quarterback - right ht'hind Johnny I nitas and Bart Starr " . Post-Times columnist Elinor Kaine is the subject of an article in December's True magazine. Entitled. "Who's the Broad in Pro Football's Huddle'.'" . . . Sports staffer Don Boykin has turned down a chance to staff next Saturday's Miami-Florida tootball game because he's getting married. The bride-to-be is pretty Lynn Wells of Fort Lauderdale. What a difference a year makes. Last year the Ohio State liuckeves were 2-3 alter their first five games and out of the Big Ten Conference race. Coach Woody Hayes, looking forward to 1WH. was noted as being very impressed by his freshman team. "That's the greatest freshman team I've had here in 17 years." said Woody. "Mavbe the varsity sophs and juniors got scared about their jobs because they went on to win their next lour games and added eight more this year going into Saturday's game with Michigan . . . Casey Stengel on baseball's expansion: "That fellow at Montreal i (John Mcllaleol West Palm Beach i is a good man. He was good at Detroit, then Milwaukee and then Atlanta. He's a first class operator." New York 114, Chicago 107 Boston 133, Phoenix 106 Philadelphia 121, Baltimore 110 San Francisco at Los Angeles, late game Seattle at SanDiego, late game Saturday's Games Detroit at Baltimore Philadelphia at Cinnclnnati Phoenix at Milwaukee Boston at New YorK Atlanta at Chicago Seattle at San Francisco Only games scheduled Today's Games Chicago at Los Angeles Philadelphia at San Diego Milwaukee at Seattle Baltimore at Atlanta Only games scheduled ABA Roundup Eastern Division Minnesota 7 3 .700 - Kentucky 8 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 6 6 .500 5 Los Angeles 5 5 .500 5 Denver 5 7 .417 6 Dallas 3 6 .333 6'j Houston 3 6 .333 6' a Friday's Results New York at Los Angeles, tate game Saturday's Games Indiana at Miami New York at Minnesota Only games scheduled Today's Games Los Angeles at Houston Kentucky at New York Only games scheduled Low Prices on Vanderbilt Premium Tires 4-ply nylon cord tires are guaranteed for 36 mrnths Why JSol Start Jayi ccs? Sam Budnyk ol Cardinal Newman and Len Brown of Palm Beach, two ol the area's best high school football coaches, really showed their class this autumn by not crying about losing seasons . The onlv hope Brown has against Forest Hill this Wednesday Badgers Bow To Gophers After Lead MADISON, Wis. (AP) -Minnesota's hard charging runners spoiled Wisconsin's upset bid with a 23-15 come from behind Big Ten football victory Saturday. 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Well, two das betore the event Joan's scoop was leaked to a Miami paper - by guess who'.' Now she can't understand the near news blackout in other area papers , . . Bob Campbell, the Penn State back, broke the Southern Tier Conlerence scoring records formerly held by the late Ernie Davis while in high school Campbell played with Vestal (N.Y.I Central iind Davis with Elmira iN.Y.i High . . . College football coaches in jeopardy include Johnny Coatta of Wisconsin, Dave Heart of Pittsburgh and Bill Elias of Navy . . . Pro football coaches in jeopardy include Miami Dolphins George Wilson and Philadelphia Eagles Joe Kuharich . . . The Miami Beach franchise may have the shortest stay ever in pro baseball. It seems sure bet that Florida State League will have to look elsewhere because the city doesn't want to let the pros use its only acceptable baseball field . . . Palm Beach Ken' nel Club doesn't open until Jan. 3 but C. 0. 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A pass interception in the end zone thwarted one Big Green bid and a fourth down incomplete pass inside the Penn 10 ended the final bid with a minute remaning.