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Sunday, November 24, 1968
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, Nrr. li, MO-E7 OUTDOORS By Ed Buckow Chargers Favored Over Jets First Waterfowl Season Nearing Pala WATERFOWL HUNTERS IN Florida will take to the duck blinds a half hour before sunrise Nov. 28 for the traditional Thanksgiving shoot. But the opener will be a brief season, indeed, lasting only until Dec. 1. The second phase of the split waterfowl season will open Dec. 14 and continue through Jan. 14. Hunters will be allowed to take a daily bag limit of four By United Press International Joe Namath is mixing a batch of Sauers guaranteed to create double vision for San Diego defenders. The New York Jets, still stirred up by last weekend's last minute loss to Oakland, plan to blend Namath's rediscovered touchdown passing eye with George Sauer's phenomenal pass catching Sunday to secure at least a tie for the American Football League's Eastern Division title. Namath was shut out for six consecutive games before connecting on a TD throw against the Raiders in a game that has jiitm inn uiir. CNXmiIii u I ' ' pi m itv fi't wrrawwjwnyjyw w;mvw?3 vt-i4 ' I ; ;- t f 1 -Af v.-, I ;-yi p " '"t.-,f - . vi i 4 ' I . li li i' III ducks. 10 coots and one goose, but this daily bag may not include more than two wood ducks, two black ducks, two mallards, one canvasback or redhead. Total possession limit after the first day will be two -day's bag except for redhead or canvasback, which are limited to one to the customer for both daily and possession limits. In addition to four ducks daily, hunters may take five mergan-zers. of which not more than one may be a hooded merganzer. The southeast portion of the Loxahatchee Recreation Area i Conservation Area li will be opened to duck hunters again this year, but hunters who plan to shoot in this federal preserve should obtain a list of special regulations and a map of the hunt area in advance. The latter can be obtained bv writing to the Refuge Manager. Route 1. Box 278. Delray Beach. The telephone number is 732- 3684. been dubbed "The Children's Minute" after the final 55 seconds were denied millions of television viewers because of a network switchover to "Heidi." Namath has a formidable target in Sauer. the league's leading receiver with 52 catches. Actually, the aerial circus could produce some of the highest scoring this season even though the Jets have the best defense in the league, while the Chargers are No. 3. But the match-up of targets is worthy two pass-minded clubs. Namath has Sauer and Don Maynard. San Diego features John Hadl passing to Gary Garrison, with nine TD grabs and Lance Alworth. second in receptions with 48 and Jacques MacKinnon. San Diego, a six point choice, has a chance to tie idle Kansas City for the Western Division lead and a three-way deadlock could emerge if Oakland completes an expected romp ofer Cincinnati. Boston plays Miami and Buffalo meets Denver in the only other scheduled action. Houston rests up for its Thanksgiving Day battle with Kansas City. The Jets beat san Diego 23-20 in a previous meeting Oct. 5. on a last minute touchdown drive, but in that game New York had its starting line-backer Larry Grantham in top physical shape. Grantham is a "possible" starter because of neck injury. 30,000 Ducks Estimated APWirttXwt this year in the NFL to the New York Ciants. The only winless club in pro football, the Eagles will have a chance to break the streak or make longer today when they meet the Browns in Cleveland. TAKING LOSING EMOTIONALLY - Joe Kuharich, the Philadelphia Eagles coach showed these feelings to the action or in action as the Eagles suffered their 10th - that's right - their 10th straight loss The present duck population in the Loxahatchee Wildlife Refuge is estimated at 30.000 to 35.000. according to Marvin Hurdle. Public t'se Specialist. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Hurdle said the ring neck duck is by far the most prevalent species of duck in the area, followed by the bluewing teal and the Florida mallard. Hurdle said the buildup of ducks in the area is about comparable to last year at this time. He pointed out, however, that many ducks left the refuge last season due to warm weather. If the cool weather continues this season, hunters probably will find more targets in the refuge. According to a report from the Loxahatchee Recreation Area, new flights of ducks arrived in Conservation Area 2 and the lower end of Area 1 during the past week as a result of the last two cold fronts moving down from the North. Two entrances to the federal refuge are available to hunters. One of these is located at refuge headquarters west of Delray Beach, and the other is the Loxahatchee Recreation Area at the south Palm Beach Countv line. Football Minnesota Seeks Upset Over Colts Standings Braves To Play 14 Here Atlanta's Braves Saturday released their spring exhibition schedule, including 14 games at West Palm Beach Municipal Stadium, their spring camp. As announced two weeks ago in The Post-Times, the opening game will be against the new Montreal Expos on Friday, March 7. The Expos and Braves have been negotiating over business aspects of sharing the same stadium, and a final announcement is expected Monday. Teams to appear here against the Braves in addition to the Expos include the Los Angeles Dodgers, New York Yankees, Baltimore Orioles, Washington Senators twice each, Houston, Kansas City, Minnpsota, Chicago White Sox and New York Mets once each. The Minnesota game will be the only night game here. The world champion Detroit Tigers, managed by Mayo Smith of Lake Worth, will not play the Braves here, but the Braves will play them a game in Lakeland after breaking camp here on March 30. The schedule: American League EasUrn Division WLT Pet. Pts. Op Airboat Permits Needed 3 0 700 6 0 455 6 I m New York Houston Miami BuHaio a one-half game lead over Los Angeles in the National Football League's Coastal Division while Minnesota ( 6-4 is one game ahead of Chicago in the Central Division. The winners of the two divisions will meet for the Western Conference title and a ! New York would like to win this one and gain the title in true championship fashion. The By United Press International If first impressions mean anything then both the Baltimore Colts and the Minnesota Vikings will try to provide the other with many sleepless nights when they meet Sunday. Baltimore 9-1 1 presently hold I 9 I 100 Western Division 9 x2 0 818 8 2 0 800 8 2 0 800 4 6 0 400 3 8 0 273 Kansas City Oakland San Oieyo Denver Cincinnati Hunters who plan to use airboats must have current permits which are issued by the refuge manager, and are required to enter the hunt area through refuge headquarters. Sportsmen are allowed to leave their boats at the refuge headquarters entrance beginning Nov. 25 and thence throughout the year. Refuge officials have issued a reminder that a state law requires hunters must fly a 12-inch square flag 10 feet above the bottom of their boat. All prescribed safety equipment must be aboard boats. Florida duck hunters again this year are being asked to assist in a study of the population structure of the Florida mallard. The study is being conducted by the Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission and the University of Florida's Wildlife Ek'ology Laboratory, but the cooperation of hunters will be the key to thesuccess of the research project. The Florida mallard is of considerable importance to Florida hunters because the bird is non-migratory and represents about one-fifth of the total waterfowl harvest in this state. This is how hunters can help in the study: S Sunday's Hwul Houston 38. Denver 17 Cincinnati 38. fViiami 21 Kansas City 31, Boston 17 Oakland 43, New York3J San Diego 21, Butfalo6 Today s bames Miami Ai Boston BultaloAt Denver Oakland at Cincinnati New York at San Dieyo National League Eastern Conterenct Jets close out the season with two games against Miami and one against Cincinnati. Bob Griese's first TD pass against Boston will give him a personal pro high of 16 for a season. He made three scoring strikes in the Cincinnati game last Sunday. Larry Csonka is recovered from a head injury and makes his first appearance at fullback after a two-game absence. Another ex-Syracuse, great. Jim Nance, carries the brunt of the Patroit attuck. Boston is a one-point pick. Why Does Girl Want To Ride ? X Capital Division Opponent Site fcxpos West Palm PENNY Date March 7 March 8 March 9 March 10 Dodgers Vero Beach Mallard Wings Studied victory for either team would be vital for their division title hopes and provide a psychological advantage if they should meet again for the Conference crown. Baltimore is favored by 10 points. The Vikings' front four, featuring Alan Page and Carl Eller. has dumped the opposing quarterback 38 times this season while safetyman Paul Krause has picked off seven passes. The Colts' defense has been just as impressive with 22 interceptions and have allowed the fewest number of points. 108. of any team in the NFL. In other NFL games Sunday the Rams are 11 over New York in Los Angeles. San Francisco is 5 1-2 over the Steelers in Pittsburgh, the Lions are 11 points over New Orleans at Detroit, the Browns are 17 1-2 over Philadelphia in Cleveland. Green Bay is 12 over the Redskins in Washington, the Cardinals are 10 1-2 points over Atlanta in St. Louis and Dallas at Chicago is off the board. Since both teams have tough defenses, the Colts' Earl Morrall may be the difference in the game. Morrall has completed 133-of-236 for a league-leading 2.186 yards and 20 TD's. After their big win over Dallas, the Giants (7-3 1 just edged by winless Philadelphia last week 7-6. and the offense will have to perk up against the Rams. This game becomes a case of whether the LA's Decon Jones and company can keep up with the scrambling antics of Fran Tarkenton. New York has not beaten a Western Confer Dodgers West Palm Yankees West Palm Astors West Palm March II II It I v nr r.l March 12 Yankees Ft Lauderdale March 13 WhiteSox WestPalm WLT Pet. pts. Op Dallas 6 2 0 800 312 146 New York 7 2 0 .700 232 200 Washington 4 6 0 .400 1S7 275 Philadelphia 0 10 0 . 000 131 263 Century Division Cleveland . . 7 3 0 .700 262 20? St Louis 5 4 1 .556 233 230 New Orleans 3 7 0 -300 168 241 Pittsburgh 2 7 1 .222 185 280 Western Conference Central Coastal Division Bait. more 9 10 900 293 108 LOS Angeles 8 1 1 889 217 131 San Francisco 4 5 1 444 197 2?0 Atlanta 2 8 0 .200 139 290 Central Division Minnesota 6 4 0 600 216 153 Chicago 5 5 0 500 180 238 Green Bay 3 6 1 444 203 150 Detroit 3 6) 333 160 180 March 14 Twins Orlando C) N.Y. Times NcwnServIre Racing's sexiest jockey insists that she is neither a publicity hound, a crusader for women's rights or a demented daredevil. "I'm just a racetracker who loves to ride horses,' Penny Ann Early said at Churchill Downs after failing for the third time this week to become the first licensed woman jockey to ride in a flat race at a major American track. March ts Senators Inarch 16 Senators March 17 Mets March IB Twins March 19 Yankees March 20 A s "iii.i k si:a r March 22 Orioles March 23 Orioles March ?4 Senators "Mi l K KIM II" BIG D.tV II" 7 Tilm Doit, Q 1 up mil HSHiiit' w(0. ril. Pompano West Palm West Palm West Palm West Palm Fort Myers Miami West Palm West Palm Cocoa West Palm West Palm Pompano Vero Beach West Palm Lakeland Sarasota Tampa Astros James Powell, chief of the game and fish commission's Game Management Division, is asking hunters to send the right wing ol each mallard they bag to the researchers w ho are working on the project. Sending a duck's wing through the mail is really no problem. Hunters willing to cooperate in the study will be sent directions and postage-paid wing envelopes prior to the opening of the duck season. To obtain these wing bags, hunters should write to the Game anf Fresh Water Fish Commission, Research Projects, 412 N.E. 16th Ave., Gainesville. Powell explained that the wings will tell the age and sex of the bird, the ratio of young birds to old birds, and will provide researchers with an estimate of production and condition of the population. Because of the importance of this non-migratory duck in this state, hunters will do themselves a favor by cooperating in this study. If those hunters who wish to participate in the research project will leave their names and addresses at Bob Kleiser's 7 1 n ii m March 25 March 26 March 27 March 28 March 29 March 30 March3l April 1 April 2 As Orioles Senators Dodgers Dodgers Tigers Wh(teSoK Reds RIVIERA CITY DOCKS PH. VI 8-2919 NITi VI 4-A990 J Last Sunday's Returns Clevelend, 45, Pittsburgh 24 Dallas 44, Washington 24 Mmnestoa 13, Detroit 6 Los Angeles 20, SanFrancisco 20, tie New York?, Philadelphia 6 Atlanta 16, Chicago 13 Green Bay, 29, New Orleans 7 Baltimore 27, SI Louis 0 Today's Games Dallas at Chicago New York at Los Angeles Atlanta At St Louis G reen Bay at Washington San Francisco at Pittsburgh Minnesota at Baltimore Philadelphia at Cleveland New Orleans at Detroit A boycott by jockeys, the first in the 95-year-old track's history that stages the Kentucky Derby, has brought an immediate promise of legal action by Miss Early. Penny Ann's argument is that jockeys earn more money than exercise girls and that everybody knows she can ride as well as some of the males who have been trying to block her. "People think I'm on a woman's crusade," the 25-year-old Chicago divorcee says. "I'm not. People think I'm looking for publicity. lackle Shop in West Palm Beach they'll be forwarded to the game and fish commission. Sports On The Air ence team in five years. San Francisco 1 4-5-1) is coming off a tie with the Rams but Ken Willard ran for 124 yards against LA defense and now is th'rd in the INr L with P0l ,A FANS 4 MM iff AyX thru TKLKVISION Todav 11:30 a.m. COLLEGE FOOTBALL Kansas vs Missouri (10) and at 12onCh. 12. 1:30 p.m. AFL FOOTBALL DOl'BLEHEADER - Miami at Boston; 4 p.m. New York at San Diego (5-7) 2 p.m. NFL FOOTBALL DOl'BLEHEADER - Minnesota vs Baltimore; 3:.'i0 p.m. New York at Los Angeles 14 and UHF-34) 2:45 p.m. COLLEGE FOOTBALL (Bcplavs): Penn State-Pitt, L'SC-UCLA, Ohio State-Michigan, Oklahoma-Nebraska, Yale-Harvard (10) RADIO Todav 1:30 p.m. AFL FOOTBALL -Miami Dolphins vs Boston Patriots (WIIEW-1600) I hats not it, either. I wouldn't have time to appear on all the television shows I've been asked about. And I wouldn't go up in one of those space capsules, like the Russian woman astronaut, if they paid me a million dollars. I just want to ride horses." When Penny Ann's credentials as a rider are questioned, she points to some imposing statistics: six years on the racetrack as an exercise girl. 632 yards rashing. Pittsburgh 1 2-7-1 1 had been playing well over the second half of the season until being routed by the Browns last week. Detroit (3-6-1) will probably have to win its last four games to stay in the Central Division race and that means the offense, which has scored only one TD in 19 quarters will have to start moving. New Orleans 1 3-7) hasn't been the same since Bill Kilmer went out for the year with a broken ankle. Bill Nelson is leading the Browns (7-3) to another Century Division crown and Leroy Kelly THE TIDES INLET HIGH LOW Today p.m. 6 12 a m, 12:29 p m. 6 54 p.m Monday 12 41 a m, 7 18 a m, 1 29 p.m. 8 00 p.m, Tuesday 1 53 a m 8 In a m, 2 35 p m. 9:06 p m, Wednesday 3 05 am. 9 30 am. 3 35 p m 10 06 p m. Thursday I II am 10 36 a m. 4 35 p m 11 06 p m. Friday 5 II a m II 36 a m 5 29 p m, p m. Saturday 611 a m, 12 00 a.m. 6 17 p m. II 30 p m, Sunday 6:59 a m, 12 48 a.m. 6:59 p m. 1:18 p.m OCEAN HIGH LOW Today 10 54 a m 4 30 a m. II 06 p m 5 12 p m Monday II 54 a m 5 36 a m. p.m. 6 18 p m Tuesday 12 IB a m. 6 36 a m. 1 00 p m 7 24 p m. Wednesday 1:30 am, 7:48 am. 2 00 p m 8 24 p.m. Thursday 2 36 a.m. 8 54 am. 3 00 p m 9 24 p m Friday 3 36 a m, 9 54 a m, 3 54 p m 10 18 p m Saturday 4 36 a m 10 48 a m. 4 42 p m. II 06 p m.' Sunday S 24 a m 11 36 a m 5 24 p m. p.m. SUN RISE SET Today 6:46 a m. 5 28 p m. Monday 6 47 a m 5 27 p m. Tuesday 6 48 a m. S 27 p m. Wednesday 6 49 am 5 27 pm Thursday 6 49 a m. 5 27 p m Friday 6 50 a m 5 27 p m Saturday 51 m. 5 27 p m Sunday 6 52 a m 5 27 p m MOON RISE SET Today II 40 m. 9 58 pm Monday 12 21pm. 11:06pm. Tuesday 12 55 p m, a m. Wednesday 123pm 12:11 a.m. Thursday I 50 p m. 1:11am Friday I 16 p m. 2 10 a m. Saturday 2 41 p m. 3 07 a m. Sunday 3 09 p m 4 04 a m "Look. I know some of these jockeys don t want to ride against me." she says in a track-developed drawl punctuated by warm, easy laughter. "I can see their point. But girl jockeys are inevitable." Penny Ann's first marriage produced one daughter i Lisa Ann. now eight years old I and one divorce. Her second marriage was annulled. But neither these failures nor her feuding with male riders here has lessened her fondness for men. "Next to horse racing, "she jokes, "men are my favorite hobby. My first two husbands were great husbands for somebody else. I get bored very easily. I'm restless. But actually. I don't date too much. I have to be fresh and sharp at 5 o'clock in the morning when I get up to go out to the tracks." 0 Born in Chicago on May 30. 1943. Penny Ann began demonstrating her restlessness at the age of 12 when she wrote to the management of Arlington Park requesting a job as a pony girl guiding horses to the post. She didn't get the job. At 18. having quit high school in her junior year to get married. She went out to Hawthorne Park one morning and discovered the racetrack world that has never interested her brother and two sisters. "I was restless, and everything looked so great." she savs. "I said to myself, 'this is it." " A bad fall Penny Ann took in a morning workout at Arlington Park two summers ago convinced even her critics that she was rugged enough for the racetrack. Despite three broken ribs, a broken nose and a dislocated verti bra In her neck, she was out of action only two weeks. A barn fire that same summer in which seven horses died brought out the softer, sentimental side of Penny Ann that her friends like to cite. "When she heard the noise from the fire." a horseman who was there recalled, "she ran out of her trailer and went right into the burning bam. But the flames burned off her eyebrows and drove her back. She just stood outside the barn. Choking from the smoke and crying like a baby because she blamed herself for not being able to get at least one horse out of the fire. That's Penny Ann, too." leads the league with 909 yards LOANS for HOMEOWNERS. . , ... up to $6000. and take up to 6 years to repay rusning. ine Lagies (0-10) are playing out the string and receivers Mike Ditka and Gary Ballman were reinstated after PRE-SEAS0N OFFER A Book of 16 Tickets SAVES you MONEY ...Good Any Game... USE AS MANY AS YOU WSH, ANY TIME blasting coach Joe Kuharich. uallas (8-2) mav be without I I Yw-tn unconditional guartntM that you'll bt tatiified with your loin, Rtturn th. monty you rtclvtd within 30 dtyi ind get tvtry c.nt of Intorttt nd chirgti btck if you in not com-pl.ttly Htisfitd. horse owner and sometime licensed trainer: a thousand horses broken from the starting gate, and a three-horse "trial race'' that convinced the Kentucky Racing Commission that she deserved a chance to battle the boys. When she is asked if she might lose her feminity by being a jockey in a male world, she turns her hazel eyes on the interviewer with a shame-on-you gaze and says. "Do I look as if I've lost it?" The answer has to be no. At 5 feet 3 inches and 114 pounds, shapely Penny Ann is walking testimonial to the theory that blondes have more fun. Discussing her other statistics, she says, "my measurements keep changing. I've taken off close to 10 pounds in the last weeks. I used to be a 34. You can use your own imagination. I hope it's still a 34." Penny Ann says she had been thinking of becoming a jockey for two years, but "didn't dream it could happen" until Kathy Kusner received a license recently in Maryland. Since then, Miss Kusner suffered a fractured Combine Monthly Bills and Have Only One Low Payment. pet Extra Money for College, Vaca- I .' TV ' .1 I I n Princeton '11' Sets Schedule PRINCETON. N.J. - Princeton's 1969 football team will open its season against Rutgers at New Brunswick in a game highlighting observance of College Football's Centennial Year. The Sept. 27 contest will mark the fourth appearance of a Princeton eleven at New Brunswick and the first since 1947. For the first time in its foot quarterback Don Meredith but Craig Morton is better than average replacement. The Bears 5-5) season should go downhill from now on without Gale Savers and exciting rookie quarterback Virgil Carter, both through for the year. Despite a 4-5-1 record Green Bay is still in the running in the Central Division. Washington (4-6) will be trying to play the role of spoiler against the Packers on Sunday and Dallas on Thanksgiving Day. St. Louis (5-4-1) is now in a must win situation in order to gain the Century Division crown while Atlanta 2-8 also tries to play spoiler with a defense which has allowed only two TDs in last two games. On Injured Reserve ST. LOUIS (AP) - The St. Louis Football Cardinals an "' ur any w onnwnue rurpose. Please send me information on how to borrow up to $6,0001 at a low rate on my house equity. i Clip out and send to-Royal Palm Polo Box 846 Boca Raton, Fla. 33432 Gentlemen: Please send me Books of 16 Adult Gen. Adm. Tickets at 118.75 each. (Save 6.25) Books of 16 Student Gen. Adm. Tickets at $13.50 each. (Save 4.00) My checkMoney Order for $ is enclosed. Name J Umii j I Tlrthnn. I ball history. Princeton will play its first three games away from home, with the Palmer Stadium opener scheduled against Col leg in a fall at the National gate on Oct. 18. Horse Show and won't be able Princeton'! complete I9e9 footbaill tched- Address City ule .Zip. .St.. Sept. 77, Rutgers at New Brunswick Oct. to attempt her own track debut until next year. Meanwhile, Miss Early continues 4. Columbia at New York; It, Cornell at nounced today veteran defensive back Jerry Stovall has been placed on the injured reserve list. Ithaca. II, Colgate; 25. Pennsylvania. Nov. 1, Brown; I, Harvard at Cambridge; IS, Yale, 22. Dartmouth. her battle here.

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