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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 28

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2&-P ala Beach Post, Monday, Nov. 25. ISoS Jai-Alai Roundup I 1 7i U Over Bengals B5BBCB15H313 dog ruciiig POST TIME 8:00 PM West Palm Beach Fronton Entries Blanda's field goals came in the third quarter on kicks of 43 and 27 yards. The Raiders controlled the ball in the opening quarter. CINCINNATI (API - The passing of Daryl Lamonica and then George Blanda sparked Oakland to an easy 34-0 victory over the Cincinnati Bengals Sunday. The Raiders moved into a tie with Kansas City for first place in the American Football Cioufi tuaar NO MINOtS FEATURING THC sconng on a seven-yard dash by diaries Smith. After Powers intercepted Stofa 's pass on the Oakland four, the Raiders drove yards on 10 plays, and Lamonica hit Hewitt Dixon with a four-yard touchdown pass. After taking a 20-0 lead in the first three quarters, Oakland scored twice in the final period. Lejarcegui Roberto Uruar TreiO Zaguirre FOURTH 5 PH Fana-Vicandi Torres-Pedro Ola barri -Ugarte Aleiandro-Baranda Orbe-Egana Egurbi de-Luis FIFTH -SPti FIRST-SPti Egurbide-Ugarte Fan Barsnda Olabarri-Vicandi Orbs-Pedro Lopetegui-Egana Aleiandro-Aretio Antonio-Luts Torrfi-Lasarte SECOND $ Pts Aleiandro-Egana TorrevVicandi Egurbi de-Pedro Antonio Ugarte Oiabarri-Luis lopetegui Baranda Orbe-Mugtca THIRD-aPts Eguia Ulacia League's Western Division. Lamonica passed for one touchdown and set up two others with tosses of 27 and 32 yards. Blanda set up one touchdown with a 32-yard heave and added two field goals. The Raiders piled up 33 first downs, setting an AFL record. The Bengals mounted only two scoring threats. One of those, in the second quarter, ended when Warren Powers intercepted a John Stofa pass on the Raider four. The Bengals got to the Raider 20 in the final quarter but Stofa fumbled. SIXTH -SPtS Unzar-Eguia Ramon-Leiarcegui Treio-Jose ' Ulacia-Ormaza Roberto-lraoia Zaguirre-Andrade SEVEN S Pis Aleiandro-Vicandi Torres-Ugarte Egurbi de-Egana Oiabam-Baranda Fana-Luis Lopetegui-Mugica Orbe-Aretio Antonio-Lasarte EIGHTH S Ptl Coll-Eguia Ramon-Arrasate Azpiri-Ormaza Treio-Surl Roberto-Lejarcegui Zaguirre-Jose NINTH 5 Ptl Uriiar-lraola Ulacia-Jose Treio-Andrade Azptri-Leiarcegui Ramon-Ormaza Roberto-Eguia TENTH -S Ptl Egurbi de-Suri Azpiri-Aretio Dr be-Arrasate Ramon-Luis Antonio-lraola .opetegui-Andrade oil-Mugica Jlacia-Laserte ELEVENTH -PtS Azpirl-Andrade :oll-Jose Jlacia-Suri Jrizar-Leiarcegui Treto-lraoia 4amon-Eguia caguirre-Arrasate 3oberto-Ormaza West Texas Refuses Bid CANYON, Tex. (API West Texas State declined Sunday a post-season football invitation to play in the Pasadena Bowl in California, university President James P. Cornette said. The president said the invitation was turned down because a suitable major college opponent could not be found. West Texas had received the invitation last Thursday and had agreed to wait until Sunday before deciding to accept to give the bowl officials additional time to find an opponent. The Air Force Academy, being considered as a second team in the bowl, has rejected all post-season games. West Texas completed its regular season a week ago, having won eight of 10 games. Last year the Buffaloes won the Junior Rose Bowl game, the forerunner of the Pasadena Bowl, 35-13 over San Fernando Valley State. Lopetegui-Arrasate Antonio -bun CollAretio Orbe-Andrade Uhzar-Lasarte Aipiri-Mugica mill r a kh;f mm "HI. I I! St. I" I "HI. I K St. II" km; im ii" Selections I I I I I MITE FISHING NED HI I DOG TRACK Oakland 7 1 a U-34 Cincinnati 0 0 0 0-0 Oak-Smith 7 run (Blanda kick) Oak-Dmon 5 pass from Lamonica (Blanda kick) Oak-FG Blanda Oak-FG Blanda 27 Oak-Smith run (Blanda kick) Oak-Cannon 12 pass trom Blanda (Blanda kick) A-27,116 RIVIERA CITY DOCKS I I. Lep-Ega, Fana-Bar, Tor-Las . Lop-Bar, Ola-Luis, Egu-Ped 1. Trt, Zag, Lei 4. Egu-Luis, Ola-Uga, Tor-Ped 5. Uri-Las, Ant-Suri, Azp-Luis 4. Tre-Josa, Rob-Ira, Zag-And 7. Egu-Ega, Fana-Luts, Orbe-Are I. Zag-Jose, Tre-Suri, Ram-Arr t. Tro-And, Ram-Orm, Rob-Egu U. Ant-Ira, Orbe-Arr, Coll-Jose II. Zag-Arr, Ram-Egu, Trt-lra ICirFOBBfSfVATIONS B PH. VI 8-J919 NITE VI 4-6970 J BrodiVs Arm Sparks 49ers PITTSBURGH (AP) - John Brodie picked the Pittsburgh pass defense to pieces and led the San Francisco 49ers to a 45-28 victory over the Steelers Sunday. Brodie hit 12 of 13 passes for two touchdowns and 207 yards as the 49ers ran away from the Steelers and took a 35-14 first half lead. But it was the 49ers aggressive pass defense that kept the Steelers out of the ball game. The 49ers intercepted five Dick Shiner passes and ran two back for touchdowns. Francisco 14 21 3 7-45 Pittsburgh 7 7 0 14-28 SF-Willard 1 run (Davis kick) Pitt-Jelterson 10 pass from Shiner (Lusteg kick) SF-Aillard 3 run (Davis kick) SF-Crow 54 pass trom Brodie (Davis kick) Pitt-Kotite 20 pass from Shiner (Lusteg kick) SF Lewis 16 pass Ircm Brodie (Davis kick) SF -Alexander 66 pass interception (Davis kick) SF FG 15 Davis Pitt-Kotite 4 pass from Shiner (Lusteg kick) Pitt-Jetferson 5 pass trom Shiner (Lusteg kick) SF Belk 6 pass interception (Davis kick) A-21,408 JUST OFF THE NORTH SOUTH XttAV (I HI EXIT AT 124 OK 103 STREETS BROWARD 524-0747 Results SPARE TIME INCOME N-tlional Nut rind Candy Co. will appoint a distributor to collect money and restock new type high quality coin operated dispensers in this area. No selling company establishes accounts. To qualify you must have 7 to 12 hours per week spare time, have car, be able to furnish references, $600 to $2900 cash investment secured by inventory. 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Riviera Beach Kennedy High halfback, has clinched the Atlantic football Conference scoring title despite a late rally by teammate Henry Coleman. Clark finished the season with 13 touchdowns and one extra point for 79 points while Coleman, an end. collected 9 six-pointers. 18 extra points and a field goal for 75 tallies. While Clark was claiming the Atlantic title, Leopold Sterling of Pahokee practically assured himself of the Sun-coast Conference Western Division lead with three touchdowns in the Blue Devils' final against Belle Glade. Sterling now has 96 points while Cle-wiston's Danny Kreidler, who still has another game, is second with 54. The Suncoast East chase remained the same with Dennis Downs of Vero Beach holding the top spot with 79. Jimmy Ad-kins. Lake Placid end. has 102 (not counting the Avon Park game) to head the independents. SUNCOAST EAST TD EP FG TP Downs, VB 13 1 0 79 Matthews, Sea 9 0 0 54 Humphrey, LV . ... 9 0 0 54 Keilty, KB 8 I 0 49 J. Robinson, DM 8 0 0 48 Sanderson, Sea 8 0 0 48 Mack, Sea 8 0 0 48 Rhine, RB . . 8 0 0 48 SUNCOAST WEST Sterling, Pah 16 0 0 96 Kreidler, Clew 7 12 0 54 Mclntyre, MC 8 0 0 48 W Osborn, Pah 6 0 0 36 Mcintosh, Pah 0 28 1 31 Nolan, BR 5 0 0 30 ATLANTIC CONFERENCE A. Clark, JFK 13 1 0 79 Coleman, JFK 9 18 1 75 Wilson, Car II 0 0 66 Dobson, Car 9 0 0 54 Grover, Car 8 0 0 48 Flowers, Car 7 0 0 42 Brown, Roos 7 0 0 42 INDEPENDENTS XAdkins LP 17 0 0 102 xifVise, LP 13 0 0 78 Rams Nip Giants LOS ANGELES (AP) -Bruce Gossett kicked a 36-yard field goal with four seconds remaining and the Los Angeles Rams defeated the New York Giants 24-21 Sunday The Giants' scrambling quarterback, Fran Tarkenton, had thrown an 11-yard scoring strike to Aaron Thomas with 42 seconds to go and tied the count at 21-21 after a 12-play series that consumed 50 yards in little more than four minutes. Quarterback Roman Gabriel, with the clock running out, moved Los Angeles from its own 30 to the Giant 29 in four plays, where Gossett, who had missed three field goals earlier, booted the winning points. Los Angeles surrendered two touchdowns on two disastrous fumbles of punts in the second quarter and the Giants led at intermission 14-0. Reliable Ram Eddie Meador fumbled the first punt by Ernie Koy. He signalled for a fair catch, let the ball bounce, tried to pick it up, was hit by Rich Buzzin, fumbled again and McKinley Boston recovered on the Rams six. A moment later, Tarkenton threw three yards to Tucker Frederickson for a touchdown. New York 0 14 0 7-21 Los Angeles 0 0 14 10-24 NY-Frederickson 3 pass from Tarkenton (Gogolak kick) NY-Thomas 22 pass trom Tarkenton (Gogolak kick) LA-Tucker 60 pass from Gabriel (Gossett kick) LA-Gabriel 19 run (Gossett kick) LA Mason 2 run (Gossett kick i NY Thomas II pass trom Tarkenton (Gogolak kick) LA-FG Gossett 36 A-68,534. 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