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26-Palm Beach Post, Monday, Nov. 25, 1968 i r- 1. 1 '41 r Jets Cool Chargers Sub Morton Passes Dallas Over Bears struck 72 yards in seven plays to score on Garrisons one-yard smash. Still in the first period. Morton hit Hayes on a 20-yard scoring pass. Perkins scored from the one SAN DIEGO (AP) - Joe Na-math passed the New York Jets to a surprisingly easly 37-15 American Football League victory over the favored San Diego Chargers before 51.175 persons Sunday. Namath. who kept the Jets in control with his pinpoint passing, wound up hitting 17 of 31 for 337 yards and two touchdowns to outclass his Charger rival. John Hadl. v:. sW -- ATh -tf 4fTWi .... r; s:. CHICAGO (API - Craig Morton, replacing injured Don Meredith, directed the penalty-aided Dallas Cowboys to an easy 37-3 victory over the Chicago Bears to solidify their Capitol Division lead in the National Football League Sunday. Two wild fist-swinging melees broke out late in the fourth quarter, and officials called an end to the game with 40 seconds still showing on the clock to preserve peace. The Cowboys boosted their record to 9-3 as the Bears were inetfective with Jack Concannon making his first quarterback The Bears, dropped to 5-6 in the Central Division and scored only with Mac Percival's 20-yard field goal which trimmed the Dallas lead to 17-3. Morton hit on 15 of 32 tosses for 240 yards which more than doubled the 113 rushing yards by the Cowboys. Concannon had a 17 for 27 passing mark for 106 yards. Already hit by season-ending injuries to Gale Savers and Carter, the Bears lost another back-field regular Brian Piccolo, who suffered a right leg injury in the third period. However. Piccolo is expected to play next week. On the opening kickoff. Dallas in the second period. Chicago's best offensive showing was a 53-yard kickoff return by Clarence Childs setting up the Bears' only points. Dallas 14 10 0 10-34 Chicago 0 3 0 0 -3 Dai-Garrison 1 run (Clark kick) Dat Hayes 15 pass from Morton (Clark kickl Dal FG Clark ?l Chi-FG Percival 20 Dal-Perkms I run (Clark kickl Dal FG Clark 49 Dal Varrison 14 run (Clark kickl A-46 467 The Jets jumped off to a 10-0 lead in the first period on a 13-yard field goal by Jim Turner and an 87-yard scoring bomb from Namath to Don Maynard. Namath. completing 13 of 25 passes for 277 yards in the first half, extended the lead to 27-7 at halftime while the only bright spot for the Chargers was Speedy Duncan's 95 yard punt return, an AFL record. Turner's first-period field goal, his 29th of the year, established a pro football record. He added two later, from 20 and 23 yards. Hadl hit only six of 19 for 35 yards in the first half and had three intercepted. Trailing 37-7 midway through the final quarter. Hadl hit Jacque MacKinnon with a three-yard touchdown pass and MacKinnon again for a two-point conversion. But the outcome had alreadv been decided. FAU Opens Year Cage start in five weeks as a replace-i Hurricane Hendricks Repeats On All-Look BOCA RATON - The Florida Atlantic University basketball team the first ever will play Hollywood College at 8:30 p.m. tonight at Boca Raton High School Gym. The Blue Wave are coached by Phil Larson, who says his club will probably play at least 10 more games this season. ment for injured rookie Virgil Carter Morton hit Bob Hayes with a 15 yard touchdown pass and his tossing to set up the production of four touchdowns by the Cow boys. Gary Garrison scored his second touchdown on a 14-yard run with time running out. He opened the Cowboy scoring with a one-yard plunge. Dallas placekicker Mike Clark booted field goals of 21 and 49 vards but missed five times! from 30, 31. 34. 38 and 47 yards. NEW YORK i API - Running backs O.J. Simpson of Southern California and Leroy Keyes of Purdue and end Ted Hendricks of Miami. Ha., were named Sunday to the Look Magazine All America team for the sec ,1 New York 10 17 3 7- 37 San Diego 0 7 0 1-15 NY FG Turner 13 NY Maynard 87 pass from Namath (Turner hick) NY-Snell 3 run (Turner kick) NY FG Turner 20 SD Duncan 95 punt return (Partee kick) NY-Mathis 19 pass from Namath (Turner kick) NY-FG Turner 23 NY-Mathis I run (Turner kick) SD MacKinnon 3 pass trom Hadl (MacKinnon 2 pass from Hadl) A-5U75 ond time. Marine Weather Small boat forecast for the Florida lower east coast through the Bahamas as far as Nassau and southward through the Florida straits Monday. Seas increasing three to five feet this afternoon. Inland waters with a moderate chop by this afternoon. Turkey T( rkev 1 The team, picked by the Football Writers Association ol America: Offense Ends-flankers Jerry Levias. SMU; Ted Kwalick. Perm State. Tackles Dave Foley, Ohio State: George Kunz, Notre Dame. Guards-Charles Kosenf elder. Tennessee; Joe Armstrong. Nebraska. Center John Didion, Oregon State. Running backs O.J. Simpson. USC; Leroy Keyes, Purdue; Ron Johnson. Michigan. Quarterback Terry Hanrat-ty. Notre Dame. Defense Ends-Ted Hendricks. Miami; John Zook, Kansas. Tackles-Bill Stanfill, Georgia; Lovd Wainscott. Tex. as Middle guard-Ed White. California. Linebackers Dennis Onkotz, Penn State; Chuck Kyle, Purdue; Steve Kiner. Tennessee. Deep backs Mike Battle. USC; Jake Scott, Georgia; Roger Wehrli, Missouri. ennis TERMITES? CALL TOMASELLO 585-2511 FOR COMPUTt P1ST CONTROt SERVICi MtMBtH OF THE NAIIONAl PEST CONTBOl ASSOCIATION UPl Telephoto Hunt (79) and almost gets by Mel Witt (70), (upper right) but is caught (lower left) and finally stopped by Houston Antwine (65) (lower right). Miami defeated Boston, 34-10. SCRAMBLER - Miami Dolphins scrambling quarterback Boh Griese (12) is rushed by the Boston Patriots defense during 2nd quarter of game at Fenway Park Sunday. (Upper left) Griese gets by outstretched arm of Patriots' Jim A Thanksgiving Weekend tennis Tournament is scheduled Nov. 29-Dec. 1 at the Seaview Tennis Courts. Anyone 18 years old or younger is welcome to sign up at the Seaview office. Seacrest May Face Orlando In Playoff J v ranked NO. 5, is also 9-0-1. Vero Beach, 8-1-0. dropped from eighth to ninth while Riviera Beach Kennedy 9-0-0 moved up a notch to 15th. Hasty Team Takes Rally John and Melisa Hasty of TOM GUT 8 P.M. the district despite being in a deadlock with the Hurricanes. The formula used to break district ties is based on opponents' victories and Edgewater's foes have more wins. Edgewater. Standings of the teams in the Miami Herald's weekly high school football poll, with team records and total points: 7. ' THANKSGIVING SPECIALS! Charlotte, N.C. won the Autumn Showdown Rally, sponsored by the Florida Region of Sports Cars of America, Saturday night over a 220-mile course that stretched over Palm Beach and Seacrest High is ranked sixth again this week in the Miami Herald's weekly prep football poll with Gainesville's Purple Hurricanes remaining in the top spot with a 9-0-1 record. The Seahawks can clinch the District 4-AA playoff title Wednesday with a win over Lake Worth but it appears Gainesville will not represent District 3-AA, and earn a spot against the 4-AA winner for the regional title. If Orlando Edgewater, which tied Gainesville 20-20, can beat Orlando Boone Wednesday night it would win 1. Gainesville . 9-0-1 2. Tampa Hillsborough . 9-0-0 3 Hialeah , . 8-0-1 4 Coral Gables 8-1-0 5 Orlando Edgewater 8-0-1 6. Delray Seacrest 9 0-0 7 Jacksonville Englewood 8-0-1 8 Miami Jackson 8 1-0 9 Vero Beach 8-lfl 10. Sarasota 8-1-0 Martin Counties. Second was Gary Thew of Lake Worth and John W ell bourn The second 10. with number of Doints: 11 of West Palm Beach with Chet Neiswender and P. W. Evans of Pensacola taking third. ST. LOUIS FLIER - Atlanta Falcons' Bill Harris (35) flies up the middle to pick up five yards as teammate Dan Grimm (67) blocks out St. Louis Cardinals' Bob Rowe (75) in the 2nd period of Cards-Falcons game, Sunday. Cards' Chuck Walker (R) watches the action. Clearwater 39; 12 St. Petersburg Dixie Hollins 28; 13 - Jacksonville Wolfson 24; 14 Choctawatchee 22, 15 - Riviera Kennedy 21; 16 - Longwood Lyman 14; 17 - tie Palmetto and Hollywood Chaminade 13 each, 19 Orlando Bishop Moore 8; 20 -Miami Kitlian?. ProfessiofidfStatisticsl First downs Rushing yardage Passing yardage Return yardage Scribes Lose Picking Game The area jayvee high school football coaches trimmed the Post-Times sports scribes, 62-60, in the weekly football prediction Passes Punts Fumbles lost iwifyipn m mmii'uuiin'i" nun ii, m n, iguiiumniujin i mi p i.mi -!-. Yards penalized Eagles Browns 21 22 57 201 285 237 1 40 27-48 3 14-27 0 3-41 4-35 3 0 70 103 49ers Steelers IB 22 130 71 269 280 206 139 12 25 I 26 45 5 5 39 5 43 0 0 First downs Rushing yardage Passing yardage Return yardage Passes Punts Fumbles lost Yards penalized First Downs Rushing Yardage Passing Yardage Return Yardage Passes Punts Fumbles Lost Yards penalized 48 contest, "Challenging the Sports Writers." Games included: FSU-Wake Forrest; Tampa-Southern Mississippi; FAMU-Bethune Cookman; Buffalo; Los Ange Cowboys Bears 26 9 113 67 230 80 52 -5 3215-1 28-17 1 2- 36 6 42 I 2 24 75 Falcons Cardinals 10 17 60 135 102 125 95 175 20-9-1 22 10-2 8 43 5 47 0 1 38 5 29 Vikings Colts 15 22 88 170 141 243 52 14 15-25-2 17-24 2 3- 37 1-33 0 I 97 80 Packers Redskins 23 13 158 33 230 134 40 37 18 24 2 IB 29-0 2 48 7 44 1 3 116 55 Saints Lions 17 15 126 85 136 189 13 10 11-10-38 14-41-1 5-35 3-43 0 1 32 17 3323 SOUTH DIXIE WEST PALM BEACH 5214 BROADWAY WEST PALM BEACH 19 I6B 143 68 9-20-2 3-34 2 21 IB 142 127 25 14-28-2 7-40 1 117 les-New York; Ohio State-Michigan; Nebraska-Oklahoma; Yale-Harvard; Kennedy-Roosevelt; Belle First downs Rushing yardage Passing yardage Return yardage Passes Punts Fumbles lost Yards penalized First downs Rushing yardage Passing yardage Return yardage Passes Punts Fumbles lost Yards penalized First downs Rushing yardage Passing yardage Return yardage Passes Punts Fumbles lost Yards penalized First downs Rushing yardage Passing yardage Return yardage Passes Punts Fumbles lost Yards penalized First downs Rushing yardage Passing yardage Return yardage Passes Punts Fumbles lost Yards penalized Norm Shearin of Leonard led the coaches with a 9-0-1 record First downs Rushing yardage Passing yardage Passes Fumbles lost ?unts Yards penalized Others: Richard Melear, Palm PRICES GOOD MON. TUES. & WED. NOV. 25, 26, & 27 CASH and CARRY ...... ,i,i. ' "' " " " i ,., umROYAL LJJXtlJJAr? II yti ,i'llll ljJktnfr, ifcyu-a Ur.. A. LS-.? kflL. J.4kAJ'iJ , -- Wr II f m, mm. t immmnm V liitewall Tube- f n TnK 1( I J K V, Tax of b A aiUIw y 1.57 andsmoolh ": s I'ln nui''" 1, ,'r, y,ur ('ar- Ii n smoo 'starts J B ifSI -A - i j, win i m m i n HHhv 1 "" K n'ii M ir CHOI? I'; 11 22.39 1.57 'I BUNDLING ( a SiJ !!! f 1 i:3J:'M: P ss is 6 rmlrta. 30.40 2.40 J hi;,,;, ;03 - ;6 k. f HK' ' 34.36 J jj ft DiL 1 ' 3436 I ?" I it QJ HI.ACKWAIJ.S ALSO AVAILABLE j1 EASY CRT TERMS Beach, 8-1-1; Alan Buick, North Shore, 8-1-1; Hondo Wilkes, Jupiter, 8-1-1; Tim Wengierski, Cardinal Newman 8-1-1; Tadziu Trotsky Forest Hill, 7-2-1; Terry Coxe Palm Beach Gardens, 7-2-1; Ken Hudson, Kennedy, 7-2-1. Three writers Ed Buckow, Bob Balfe and Don Boykin SEAGRAM'S 7 CROWN Raiders Bengals 33 7 198 116 396 3q 34 26-0 14-7-1 I 2 7-40 8 42 92 52 Jets Chargers 22 12 142 45 368 190 97 208 18 32 I 19-46-4 4 55 8 43 0 0 35 55 Bills-Broncos 14 15 88 84 132 302 17-38-2 12-29-2 146 179 8-41 830 0 I 60 16 First downs Rushing yardage Passing yardage Return yardage posses Punts Fumbles lost Yards penalized OLD GROW KY. BOURBON BLEND 86 PROOF flltJ 86 PROOF Late I'rcp Scores In a couple of late Friday each had 9-0-1 marks. Others: Ed Plaisted, 8-1-1 ; Charlie Otter- 29 First downs Rushing yardage Passing yardage Passes Return yardage Punts Fumbles lost Yards penalized night high school football games, Moore Haven topped LaBelle 33-12 and Lake Placid fell to Avon Park 35-19. son, 7-2-1 ; Hank F rosha ug , 7-2-1 ; Chuck Voorhis, 6-3-1; and Bob kJ1 FIFTH SSs FIFTH Husky, 5 4-1. WES' 69 CRIBARI RED OR WHITE TABLE WINES & FULL CAU0N GRAND TRIANON FRENCH BRANDY HARVEY'S BRISTOL CREAM SHERRY K99 3" fifth IS' . Bf' I . I i I. f CHARLES HEIDSIECK CHAMPAGNE 5nm KENTUCKY GENTLEMAN KY. BOURBON 86 PR. hi UW H -J ii HARVEY'S IS cnnTnii 1 fir 4- BATES TIRE STORE INC. CALVERT Gin 90 PROOF 6)49 WW I VII 86 PROOF '. 4 YOUR U.S. ROYAL DEALER U2-3S43 720 SOStTX DIXIE, WEST PALM BEACH m UPl Trlrpholo at Los Angeles Sunday. No. 63 is Rams tackle Joe Carollo, who seems dismayed. The Rams won 24-21. Vy fifth Mi Li J fifth t HATLESS - Rams running back Willie Ellison (No. 33) picks up three yards and loses his helmet to New York Giants linebacker Ken Avery (No. 54) in game Uu I ROYAL

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