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E4-Palm Beach Part-Times, Snniay , Nv. 24, 1X8 Kathy Whitworth Pads Suggs Lead With Second 69 Pats Rookie QB Facing Miami Go BOSTON (AP) - The Boston Patriots, nearing the end of a miserable season, attempt to snap a four-game losing streak Sunday in an American Football League meeting with the Mia ni Dolphins. The Patriots hope to have rookie quarterback Tom Sherman, former Penn State star signed as a free agent, available for full- and move into third place in th By CHUCK VOORHIS Golf Editor DELRAY BEACH - The lady pros will be playing for second place in the Third Annual Louise Suggs Invitational LPGA tour tournament at the Pine Tree Golf Club today. Kathy Whitworth of Dallas, leading money winner on the 1968 tour, all but clinched her 10th win of the tour with a 36-hole total of 138, eight shots in front of the field. She stacked a 3-under 69 score Saturday atop a similar score in the opening round Friday. Her closest rivals are Sherrv Wilder and Donna Caponi with 146s. Four were tied at 147, nine shots away and a lot of shots to pick up in one round. Katv Friday said she hoped for a pair of 72s in her closing rounds. She thought they would be good enough to win. Now she is hoping for another par 72, which would put her total far out of reach of the pack. She called Pine Tree, groomed by head greenskeeper. Don Ward, one of the best 'conditioned courses she had ever played. Carol Mann of Buffalo, who has one more tour win than Miss Whitworth, but trails her in the money circle, has had rounds of 74-73-147. Kathy opened with a 30-footer for a bird on the second, and a 25-footer for another bird on the third, and was glad "it hit the cup or it would have been long gone." She hit a wedge to the green for a fS-foot putt for a bird at the 9th. Her one bogie came at the 4th where she missed the green on her approach, chipped short and took two putts on this par four hole. She was out in 34, and then hit every green on the back side, except the 16th where she came off a 3-wood shot but chipped close enough for a put and her par. Her birdie on this side came at the 12th, normally a par four but now a par five, where she was down in two putts. The famed 13th. the par-three with 15 traps from tee to green, called for a precise choice of clubs. She used a 5-ironFriday and a 7-iron Saturday to hit the green. Pam Barnett, in with one of the best rounds of the day, with ' V f 1 It AUTO RACING By Hank Froshaog L lu1"' ! 7.:- )' ' , - V ' "7 f" : ; ' -v-; ' U ' , - - 1 " ' ' ' . it I ' ' . I t . .... , i?..,f W f i - ' ..' J "',' . - ' t . ; ." f ,i j . - : : Z. w-.iuii i t ' " ; . rf . . v ".' ;i T' fa" ' . . -w. t .' ",' i . 1 v . - ' 1 ., J fc , - a - - f ft , , i , vi, .'Ki y1" . ' If...,'. , . . ' "f I ' ' ' 1 Farmer To Run Orange Blossom FIRST DRIVER to sign for tne Orange Blossom '100' to be held at Palm Beach Fairgrounds Speedway on New Year's Day is a long-time local favorite Red Farmer, now of Hueytown, Ala. Farmer informed Fairgrounds promoters Ron Hall and Bill Dodds that he would return here in an effort to regain his track record, which was smashed on Nov. 8 by new Florida State modified champion Gary Ballough of Hialeah. Hall is at a major race in Jacksonville this weekend lining up other drivers for the New Year's classic. time duty in a bid to pass Miami Eastern Division. Sherman, hit hard as he passed 48 times in a loss at Kansas City last week, was hospitalized Tuesday when he complained of severe headaches. However, he was discharged Friday in time to work out with the Patriots. Shermaa woi the startiag job after veteran Mike Taliaferro, obtained from the New York Jets in Jdy, failed to come through. Taliaferro also is nursing a sore arm. The Patriots Saturday activated Jim Corcoran, the star quarterback of their Lowell Giants farm club, for the game with the Dolphins. The 26-year-old graduate of the University of Maryland has been the outstanding passer in the Atlantic Coast Conference the last two years. The Dolphins will be bolstered by the return of former Syracuse star Larry Csonka. The hard-hitting fullback has been out three weeks with a head injury. The Patriots, who have won only three of 10 games, are slight favorites over the Dol phins, who own a 3-6-1 mark However, Boston has several in jury problems. Nick Bnonicoati, a perennial all-AFL middle linebacker, h sidelines with a knee injary Free safety Don Webb and split end Jim Cotclongh are also lost, while strong safety John Charles is a question mark. The Dolphins list flanker and kick return specialist Gene Mil ton and defensive tackle Ray Ja cobs as doubtful. Keyes Cuts Indiana For Four TDs LAFAYETTE, Ind. (AP) Leroy Keyes closed out a fabulous Purdue football career Sat urday with a touchdown that beat Indiana 38-35 in the last two minutes of the Old Oaken Bucket classic. The limber-legged halfback scored four touchdowns alto gether as the Boilermakers nailed down third place in the Big Ten final standings. Purdue trailed by 18 points in the third quarter before quar terback Mike Phipps opened up a psssing attack that Indiana couldn't stop. The Hoosiers' Harry Gonso gave a tremendous show of his own passing for four touchdowns. Flanker Jade Butcher caught three of them. Indiana Purdua 20 30 251 206 132 291 25 21 11-20-0 16-23-2 7-39 8-33 2 I 41 38 First downs Rushing yardage Passing yardage Return yardage Passes Punts Fumbles lost Yards penalized rounds of 69-69138. Unless she collapses in the final round today, she will rack up win No. 10 in 27 events, a win total matched by Carol Mann, but a money win total about $5,000 more than Miss Mann. HEADS FOR ANOTHER WIN - Kathy Whitworth, leading money winner on the LPGA tour, had an eight-shot lead over the field of the Louise Suggs Invitational at the end of 36 holes at the Pine Tree Golf Club Saturday. She has had sub-par 'J r FARMER CONNORS Vols Come Back To Tip Kentucky jW" ...aft;'' LED WINNING TEAM. . . Jack Archer, Verdun, Quebec Verdun Nabs Canadian Golf Cup LOST TREE VILLAGE - A team from the LaSalle Golf Club in Verdun, Quebec, won the second annual Canadian Pro-Am at the Lost Tree Club Saturday with a 72 net total of 246 fash ioned on rounds of 65-61-60-60. Captain of the team was pro Jack Archer with amateurs Leonard Wheatley, A. P. Bal-lantyne and H. W. O'Connor. This team was in second place at the start of the final round but teamed well enough with its closing 60 to overtake the Rkhelien Valley Golf Club of Vercheres, Qnebec which finished with iit, closing with a 65 after rounds of f 142-62. On this team were pro Jack Bts-seger, Albert Valin, Rene Le-ger and C. A. Christophe. Twenty four pros and 72 amateurs played in this unusual tournament. All of the players were from Canadian golf clubs playing their tournament in the United States. The finish of the other teams reads like Ibis: London Hunt Club, London Ontario (Orest Spooner, Pro) 252; Hamilton Golf and Country Club 253; WhHlock Golf and Country Club, 254; Missis-siaugua Golf Club, Port Credit, Ontario 254; Toronto Golf-Club 255; Ladies Golf Cub, Tbornhill, Ontario 256; Thorn-hill Golf Club, Tbornhill, Ontario 256; Royal Montreal Golf Club 259; Kanawaki Golf Club, Caughnawaga, Quebec 259. PKG GOODS SUNDAY 'TILL MIDNITE BUCK ROOSTER teres! Hill I Congress 945 9945 SPECIAL! I $1,1195 y Complete) Automotive SERVICE a 36-35-71, birdied the third with a 10-footer but lost this shot at the ninth where she was trapped twice and took a bogie. She got one stroke back from par with 2-footer for a birdie at the 12th. The course played to about 6.000 yards Saturday but will play longer today with the tees moved back and the pin place ments quite a bit more tricky. Play starts today at 10 a.m. with the low scorers for 36 holes being paired in three-somes for the final. First and second round scores with 3a- holetotals: Kathy Whitworth 69-49-1M Sherry Wilder 73-73-146 Donna Capon 75-71-146 Pam Barnett 76-71-147 Sandra Palmer 74.73147 Marilynn Smith 75-72147 Caroll Mann 74-73147 Peggy Wilson 75-74-149 " Hagse 75-74-1 Sandra Post 74.71-149 Louise Suggs 78-72-150 Jan Ferraris 76-74-150 Mary Lena Faulk 77-73-150 Mary Mills 76-75-151 Snarron Moran 76-75-151 Sharon Miller 76-74-152 (A) Tish Preuss 73-79-152 Sandra Spuiich 76-77-153 Sybil Griffin 78 75-153 Betsy Cullen 76-77-153 Betsy Rawls 77-76-153 Lesley Holbert 76-78-154 Murle Lindstrom 78-76-154 Kathy Cornelius 78-76-154 Joyce Kazmierski 90-74-154 Judy Kimball 79-75-154 JoAnn Prentice 77-77-154 (Al JaneWeiss 78-77-155 Candy Phillips 83-74-157 Cynthia Sullivan 81-77-158 Jane Woodsworth 79-81-160 Lucille Warden 78-82-160 (A) Rhonda Glenn 82-79-161 Beth Stone 84-78-162 Linda Galloway 85-79-164 Kathy Farrer 84-80-164 (A) Alice Dye 83-84-167 Willie Guthrie 87-80-163 Linda Craft 84-83-167 Barbara Romack 86-82168 Gloria Wilco 88-80-168 (Al Hollie Stacy 83-85-168 Janet Caponi 89-82-171 (A) Amateur Pacers Lose ORLANDO - Edison defeated Palm Beach Junior College's ca-gers in the Valencia Basketball Tournament Saturday night with a bruising 112-94 win. It was the second straight tournament loss for the Pacers, who were defeated 79-15 Friday night by Valencia in the opening round. Edison, with three sharpshooters hitting 20 or more points were never in trouble. Behind the shooting of Robert Griffin with 27 markers. Neil Nelson with 25 and Danny Arnold 20. Edison maintained a comfortable bulge alter leading at hall-time 62-46 Jim Ley was the top pointget- ter tor PBJC with 25 points EDISON G F TPBJC F T 3 13 0 10 1 3 4 12 0 0 0 2 4 6 1 II 7 25 0 2 2 8 0 0 0 2; Adams Arnold Nelson Mauler Johnson Griffin Brown Harris Berrian Hopf Crawley 6 ! 10 0 0 II 0 0 8 3 0 0 17 Gibson 4 20 Dukes 5 25 Jakes 0 OFmley 0 0 Jackson 5 27 Perry 0 0 Jurban 0 0 Barrd 0 16 Ley 6 12 Jordon 0 0 Irwin Odum Frer 46 112 TOTALS Half Time - Edison 62, PBJC 46 BALLOUGH hung up a new mark of 92.708 miles per hour and 19.42 seconds for one lap Nov. 8, less than a week after capturing the state crown at Tampa. Ballough, because of his quick potential, had to start at the rear of the pac k Friday night and could never quite catch Paul Conncrs of West Palm Beach, who started in the outside pole position in the modified feature. Ballough did win the modified feature here on Nov. 15. . . WEST PALM BEACH'S Buddy 1'earce, leader in the Fairgrounds stocker division, added 30 more points to his season total with his second feature victory (plus a second) Friday in old 42X, one of the better running stockers around. . . Next Friday's program will include racing competition in three divisions modified, stockers and bombers. The modifieds will run a 30-lap feature, with 25-lap mains in the other two divisions. Another attraction Friday will be a water ski show on the lake in the middle of the half-mile oval. DRAG RACING schedule today at Gainesville has been postponed to Dec. 7-8 because of heavy rains. DON'T GIVE UP on Palm Beach International Raceway, the Bee Line Highway sports car and drag strip track ... We understand that efforts are being made to reopen the raceway and that plans will be announced in the near future. DAYTONA BEACH INTERNATIONAL SPEEDWAY will start its 19 program of racing activity with a new $28,800 world championship for Formula Vees on Friday, Jan. 31. The 250-mile event will pay off $7,000 to the winner of the Volkswagen-powered racers, which will probably attract some 200 entries to the Sports . CarClub of America-sanctioned event. Other Daytona events coming soon are the 24 Hours of Dayto-na world championship race on Feb. 1-2, ARCA 300 late model stock car race Feb. 16, two 125-mile Grand Nationals on Feb. 20, the Florida Citrus 250 for GT cars on Feb. 21, the Permatex 300 for NASCAR late model sportsmen cars on Feb. 22 and the Daytona 500 on Feb. 23. Kentucky, to post a new school record. Bradshaw, who resigned in mid-season, ended his 7-year cereer at Kentucky with 25 vic tories, 41 losses and 4 ties. The Wildcats ended the campaign with a 3-8 record failing to win a conference game. Tennessee, which meets the southwest Conference champion in the Dallas Cotton Bowl Jan. 1, scored twice in the last five minutes of the second quarter to take charge of the game. Wyche hit McClain for both touchdowas. Wyches' third and final TD pass was a four-yard toss to end Ken DeLong. Karl Kremser kicked a 37-yard field goal and three extra points as Tennessee boosted its record to 8-1-1. Ky. First Downs 12 Rushing Yardage 90 Passing Yardage 128 Return Yardage 23 Passes 14.35.1 Punts 9.397 Fumbles Lost Yards Penalized 15 Tenn. 17 130 159 50 18-25 0 7-44 5 0 35 Tennessee 0 14 3 7 24 Kentucky 7 0 0 0 7 Ky Martin 4 pass from Bair (Jones kick) Tenn - McClain 7 pass from Wyche (Kremser kick) Tenn - McClain 36 pass from Wyche (Kremser kick) Tenn FG Kremser 37 Tenn - DeLong 4 pass from Wyche (Kremser kick) A - 60,899 KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -Eighth-ranked Tennessee spotted Kentucky seven points and then stormed back for a 24-7 Southeastern Conference football victory over the Wildcats on the passing of Bubba Wyche. Wyche threw three touchdown passes for the Cotton Bowl-bound Volunteers, boosting his season total to 14. Before giving way to Bobby Scott in the fourth quarter, Wyche completed 17 of 24 passes for 159 yards. Sophomore Lester McClain caught seven passes from Wyche, two of them for touchdowns of 7 and 36 yards. Kentucky, playing its final game under Coach Charlie Brad-shaw, took a 7-0 lead in the first period on a four-yard pass from quarterback Dave Bair to Paul Martin. Bob Jones kicked his 18th consecutive extra point for East Carolina Clips Citadel CHARLESTON, S C. (AP) -Fullback Butch Colson scored two touchdowns, gained 118 yards rushing and completed four of four passes for 53 yards to lead East Carolina to a 23-14 Southern Conference football victory over The Citadel Saturday. The defeat, along with Richmond's victory over William 4 Mary, ended all hopes The Citadel had for a share of the conference title. J PREVENT AUTOMATIC I I i TRANSMISSION TUNE-UP 1 - REMOVE PAN I CLEAN 2 - ADJUST BANDS CLEAN SCREEN I f '.M Owens' 5 TDs Paces Sooners PEARCE of 1,342 set by Nebraska's Bobby Reynolds in 1950. The 205-pound Sooner junior also got into the record books with his 30 points. The previous league high was 28 points, by Kansas State's Ralph Graham against Kansas Wesleyan in 1932. Owens has 20 touchdowns for 120 points this year. Both are school records. Rutgers Runs Over Colgate NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J i.AP' - Rutgers racked up it.-highest point total in 10 years and broke 11 school records Saturday as the Scarlet Knights outlasted Colgate. 55-34. runs of nine, 35 and three yards came after the Tigers had split open the game on two touchdowns within 90 seconds early in the first quarter. Cornell 7 0 0 -13 Princeton 14 13 14 0-41 Pr-Moore 24 run (Holtberg kick) Pr-Bordley 13 punt return (Holtberg kick) Cor-Ritter 3 run (Devles kick) Pr-Moore I run (kick tailed) Pr-McCullough 9 run (Holtberg kick) Pr-McCullough 35 run (Holtberg kick) Pr-McCullough 3 run (Holtberg kickl Cor-Davie 27 pass Irom Arthur (pass tailed) A-20,000. Horse Racing J Tropical Park Results By The Associated Press Weather Clear Track Fast lSt-2,700,cl,2YO, 61. Kidd Princess! Perret) 4.20 3 40 2 40 Happy Clark(Cantlon) 11.20 4 00 One More JetlPearl) 3.00 Time 1:12 1-5. Queen O'Canfieid, King Shan, Nine D Grand, War Scholar, Bridle 'n Bit also ran. 2nd-M,0O0,alc,2YO, 61. RedChorus(Hidalgo) 15.80 9.20 5.60 Magic Song(Tennenbaum) 6 20 4.20 Miss Seymour(Perret) 4 00 Time 1:11. Isthmia, Ironia, Sailer's Destiny, Talla-Bena Princess Tamara, Grand Old Flag, Ruler's Risk also ran, DAILY DOUBLE: (4-) paidWl.40 jro u,nuu, ci, jyu up, 1 mile. The Magic Loot(Gallitano) 55.00 13.20 6 60 Banner Year! Beech) 5.00 3.40 Oolden (Tennenbaum) 3.40 Time 1:36 2-5. Split Morse, Grand Fool, Cousin Sam, We're Here, Blend of French also ran. 4ttl-S2,700, cl.3&4Y0,6f. ChantePrincesse(Tennenbaum) 5.20 2.60 Landquest(Maxwell) 2.60 2 40 Stand High (Davern) 4 00 Time 1.1 1 2-5. Monlabow, Bright Beauty, Melanion's Gal, Up And At 'em also ran. 5th-!3,0O0,cl.3YOup,6f. Tipoquest(Sisum) 17.00 1 40 5 00 Papa W(Santage) 8 40 5 60 Piedmont Joy(Pineda) 5.40 Time 1:11 2-5. Flag Of Freedom, Prairie Village, Namay, Bob Younger, Jet Circus, Scotch N'Soda also ran 6th $3,500, ale, 2YO, 1 ml 70 yds. Band Klddi Pearl) IO.OO 5.00 3.40 Aucocisco(Hole) 6.40 3 60 Guantanamo (Moreno) 2 80 Time 1:43 4-5. Tip Pen Tip, Double Dividend, F rans Doll, Miss Creole also ran. 7th-t3,5O0, ilc,3YO,l. Dandy Dodo(Campbell) 5 00 3 20 2 40 Flying Blind IPInedal 3 80 2 80 Pilot Knobt Tennenbaum) 3 80 Time 1:10 2-5. Mister Pox, Maquinarias, Galley Lane, Take Silk, Martial Melody, Casey's Clarice, Pony Keg also ran. BIG PERFECTA (1-84S10) Paidil, 111.40 lth-S4,000,alc,3YOup,6f. Kllmeray(Stone) 4.60 3.80 3 00 Banana Joel Prret) 10 00 5 00 Teutooolis(Cox) 5 00 Time 1:10 3-5. James Shot, It's Bliti, Renewed Vigor, Mount Pelion, Gallant Dae, Glasselt Balso ran. tth-HOJOO added, hep. 2YO, 61. Fast HiiariouslHole) 3.40 2 60 2.60 Yoles Prince (Teiada) 7 80 3.80 Faneull Hall(Perret) 300 Time 1 09 3-5 Idol Steve, Dinner Key, Ocala Orpheus, Cold also ran. 10th-S2,90O, cl 3YO up, 1 ml. 70 yds. Alberta Sunshine! Kelly) 18 00 6 00 6 00 Forest RougelMaplel 27.40 10 20 Old John Pell(Cantlon) 6 40 Time 1 43 4-5. Wise Sam, Hasty Hero, Buttons Roads, Huckabee, Take Charge Girl, Aelrealso ran. PERFECTA (t-3) Paid 1606.00 flat on the 47 and racing 53 yards lor a six-pointer. Palm Beach Military had a rash ol problems including two blocked kicks deep in its territory, two passes intercepted for TDs and a fumble recovered in the end zone. STATISTICS PIM FAA First Downs 3 12 Rushing Yardage -51 242 Passing Yardage 6 139 Passes 12 2 2 10-81 Punls 4-15-2 0-0 Fumbles 3 0 SCORING "MA t I J 1-7 Florida Air 39 20 13 26 - 91 FA - McDowell 54, punt return (Pass failed) FA - Nutter, 25 run(passfalled) FA - Safety, Bridgeft tackled In end lone FA Penn 4 run (Kick failed) FA - Penn 3 run (McDowell pass from Nutter) FA-McDowell 13 run I Kick failed) F A McDowell 37 run ( Hartman pass Irom Nutter) FA McDowell 47 pass from Nutter (Pass failed) FA - McDowell 80. kickoft return (Kick failed) PBM - Cook 53 pass Interception (Aklr pass from Bridget!) FA - Miiier 41 pass Irom Penn (Penn passtrom Nutter) FA - Kennedy 44 pass from Penn (Penn run) FA Vasilou, fumble recovery In end zone (Hartman run) FA - Hartman ( 1 run) pass failed FA - McDowell 29 pass interception (run failed) M H i NEW 4 - NEW ATF FLUID mmMmBB: jj exter Marina, NORMAN, Okla. AP - Tailback Steve Owens' five touchdowns keyed a record-breaking afternoon as Oklahoma swamped Nebraska Saturday, 47-0, in a nationally televised Big Eight Conference football game. Owens, quarterback Bob War-mack and winghack Eddie Hin-ton were the heroes as Bluebon-net Bowl-bound Oklahoma rolled to its fourth consecutive victory. The Sooners, now 6-3, can tie Kansas for the Big Eight title by defeating Oklahoma State next Saturday. Nebraska closed its season with a 6-4 over-all record and a 3-4 conference mark. Owens became the Big Eight's all-time single season rushing champion by carrying 41 times for 182 yards. He has 1.416 yards this year to erase the standard Ouch! FA A Bombs PB Military FORMERLY DODGE MARINA 4210 NO. DIXIE HIGHWAY . . OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK . WEST PALM BEACH, FLA. PHONE 842-1 795 I DEALERS FOR: EVINRUDE AND BEARCAT MOTORS AMERICAN OIL PRODUCTS COMPLETE PARTS DEPT. COMPLETE RADIO DEPT. Inc. Soph Leads Princeton Over Cornell 41-13 MKLUOl'RNE - Palm Beach Military Academy got a taste ol lootball the hard wav Saturda afternoon as they absorbed a 98-7 deteat at the hands of Florida Air Academy. FAA was paced to its second win in eight starts bv Frank t ..T I, . .vicuoweu. wno scored seven touchdowns and ended up the al ternoon with 44 of the winners points. Mike Penn also helped to bomb the West Palm Beach team with two touchdowns, a pair of touchdown heaves and figured in two extra points. PBM's lone touchdown came in the third period with Jack Cook picking off a pass in the Marine Weather Small boat forecast for the Florida lower east coast through the Bahamas as far as Nassau and southward through the Florida straits Sunday. Seas two to four feet. Inland waters with a light chop. DEALERS FOR: HURRICANE AQUASPORT BOSTON WHALER MANATEE CATHEDRAL WESTWIND BOATS IN AND OUT SERVICE DRY STORAGE 'k "- - - - - ' PRINCETON, N.J. (API -Sophomore tailback B-ian Mc-Cullotigh, whose father starred for Cornell nearly 30 years ago, scored three touchdowns Saturday to lead Princeton to a 41-13 dubbing over the Big Red. The victory clinched a first division spot in the Ivy League for the Tigers, who finished with 4-5 over-all record, their worst since 1959, and a 4-3 league mark. McCullough's three scores on HURRICANE 23' CABIN CONVERTIBLE

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