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18 Pal m Beach Post, Tuesday, Nov. 26, 1968 O.J. Unanimous Choice To UPPs All-America "A If V .J , r r.';j ha y teammate on Southern California, currently the nation's No. 1-ranked team delensive back Mike Battle. However. Notre Dame took top team honors on the squad by grabbing three places and Notre Dame will be Southern Cat's last toe of the season this Saturday. Here are the players chosen as the best in the land: Of tense: Ends Jim Seymour. Notre Dame, and Ted Kwalick. Penn State. Tackles Dave Foley. Ohio State, and George Kunz. Notre Dame Guards Charles tiosenlel-der. Tennessee, and Guy Dennis. Klorida. Center John Didion. Oregon State. Hacks Terrv llamattv. Tackles Rufus Mayes. Ohio State, and Mike Montler. Colorado. Guards Jim Barnes. Arkansas, and Ken Mendenhall. Oklahoma. Center Jon Kolb. Oklahoma State. Backs Bob Douglass. Kansas; Ron Johnson. Michigan; Chris Gilbert. Texas; and Eugene Morris. West Texas State. Defense: Ends Bob Stein. Minnesota, and Mike Ford. Alabama. Tackle Rolf Krueger, Texas A & M and Art Thorns. Syracuse. Middle guard -Ed White. Calilornia. Linebackers -Jim Sniadecki. Indiana, and Ron Pritchard. Aiizona State. Backs Tony Kasky, Syracuse; Jim Weatherford. Tennessee: Al Brenner. Michigan State; and Tom Curtis. Notre Dame: O. J Simpson. Southern California: Leroy Keyes. Purdue; Bill Enyart. Oregon State Detense: Ends -Ted Hendricks. Miami iFIa and John Zook. Kansas Tackles -Bill Stanlill. Georgia, and Joe Greene. North Texas Stale Middle guard Chuck Kyle. Purdue Linebackers Dennis Onkotz. Penn State, and Bill Hobhs. Texas A & M Backe -Roger Wehrli. Missouri: Mike Battle. Southern Calilornia. Jake Scott. Georgia, and Al Woiiev. Washington. Simpson. Keyes. Seylour. and Hendricks all were repeaters I com the 1967 honor squad. .Named to the second team were: Ol tense: Ends -Jerry Levias. Southern Methodist, and Ron Sellers. Florida State. NEW YORK (lTI-0. J. (Orange Juice1 Simpson, who has done many fabulous things on a football field, did something just as amazing in the voting booth Monday when he was unanimously named to the 18 United Press International Ail-American college loot-ball team In a year when no candidate received a majority in the ballot rare for President of the I'nited States. Simpson showed em how bv getting his name on all 202 ballots cast by the nation's sports writers and broadcasters. The previous closest approach to periection on the IT1 team - the only team chosen by direct vote of the nation's sports writers and broadcasters - was by end George iliubba Smith ol Michigan State, who came within seven votes of a perfect sweep on the 19H6 team. Simpson was joined on the honor squad by one other UPHirrplmliil O.J. SIMPSON OF USC Riviera's Rhine Tops Runners Dickinson Sees Czar For New APG Tour A (UPlTelephoto) JOCKEY Penny Ann Early who temporarily put aside her ambition to become the nation's first female jockey and signed a contract with the Kentucky Colonels chats with Randy Mahaffey before the start of Sunday's game against the New York Nets. She didn't play. LAFAYETTE. La. iAP' -I the iron-listed ruler ol the rich move into second place defensively behind Vero Beach. Vprfl'n.fndians have yielded an average of 102.7 yards per game, while Riviera's Hornets have allowed 121.7. TEAM OFFENSE Rush Pass Total Seacresf 234 7 72,7 307.3 Vero Beach 183 4 101.1 284 5 Lake Worth 194 0 1 4 3 208 3 FAU Wins Opener BOCA RATON - Dave Funk collected 16 points to pace Florida Atlantic College, making its first basketball appearance, to a 92-46 win over Hollywood College Monday night at Boca Raton High Gym as a crowd of 300. mostly FAU partisan, chanted "we're No. 1." Bill Meidell and Mike Branan each tossed in 12 points to aid FAU's cause. Ech member of the 13-man squad scored at least two points in the Blue Waves opener. Dominating the boards for FAU were Meidell who pulled down 11 rebounds, and Tom Connor, with 10. FAU led at halftime, 44-14. The Blue Waves' next game is Dec. 10 against St. Josephs of Jensen Beach. Seacrest High Still No. 1 The only two remaining undefeated high school football teams in the area Seacrest and Riviera Beach Kennedy remain first and second respectively in the Post-Times All Area football ratings. Seacrest took the week off while Kennedy took apart Roosevelt. :ii)-7. Third-ranked Vero Beach was idle. Gardner Dickinson Jr.. president ol American Professional (tollers, says his recently I oi i ned organization of tourney players who split away from the Prolessional Goiters Association, wants to name a czar for the rich tour "We have ottered the job to someone." Dickinson said at the Cajun Classic, the year's final PGA tourney which wound up over the weekend, when asked if he thought golf needs a czar. "I can't tell you who at this time." added Dickinson. tournament circuit. "No. I don't need this for the rest ol my lite, that's for sure," he continued. "I've got too many other plans and among them is not being the czar. I can assure you." The teud between the PGA hierarchy and the pros, who played for a $5.6 million jackpot this year, boils down to control of the tour. The players want control of what to say in their own affairs and the PGA, thus far. has onlv offered them a 50-50 dea. "They didn't want to share Gators Are Solid Up The Middle Forest Hill 113 9 92 1 206 0 Riviera Beach 160 7 4 0 7 20 1 3 dan McCarty 119 6 42.7 162 2 Palm Beach 104 0 24.1 128 1 TEAM DEFENSE Rush Pass Total Vero Beach 54 2 48 4 102 7 Riviera Beach 79 8 41 9 121 7 Seacrest 47 1 80 9 128 0 Lake Worth 93.2 61 4 154 7 Forest Hill 1216 44 8 166 3 Palm Beach 156 9 70.9 227 8 Dan McCarty 1BS.7 52 8 241 4 IND. RUSHING Alt. Yds. Avg. Rhine, RB 148 879 5 3 Humphrey, LW 118 7 36 6 2 Benefiel, LW 117 704 6 0 Matthews, Sea 69 629 9 I Allen, Sea 90 530 5 9 Russ. VB 104 529 5.1 Downs, VB 101 509 5.0 Cusli, FH 134 487 3.6 Hodges, PB 113 469 4 1 Heninger, PB 74 456 6.2 INO. PASSING (Nine or more completions) Me. personally!" said Die a national vice president of the I'GA, in a separate interview at the Cajun Classic. With the I'GA's Tournament Committee dissolved. Chalfant was on hand to keep an eye on things at the Lalavette Tournev. final stop of the 18 tour. He suggested that the feud could perhaps be resolved by new negotiators from both sides. "Maybe if there were four players that weren't involved too deeply in this and lour club professionals that haven't been involved, and maybe three businessmen, maybe they could come up with something Floridians Win MIAMI Miami's Floridians swept to their seventh win in 12 outings with a 126-121 American Basketball Association win over Indiana's Pacers in double overtime Monday night at Miami Beach Convention Hall. Irv Inninger's field goal with 4:52 left in the second overtime gave Miami the lead for good. Willie Murrell's three-point toss from 28 feet out at the buzzer had given the Floridians life after regulation play. kinson. expresssing amazement control, they wanted it all." said when asked if he wanted to be .Noble Challant of Denver. Colo. A 307 -yard effort against Jupiter last week virtually assured Riviera Beach's Jack Rhine of winning the Suncoast Conference Eastern Division football rushing championship With one game remaining. Rhine has gained 879 yards in 148 carries, a 5.3 average. His closest competitor, Lake Worth sophomore Mike Humphrey, has accounted for 736 yards in 118 tries, a 6.2 average. Mike Keilty, also of Riviera Beach, caught two passes against the Warriors to move into a tic for first place in the receiving department. Keilty has 17 receptions for 231 yards, a 13.6 average. Others with 17 grabs are Ernest Williams of Seacrest (255 yards, a 15.0 average) and William Wilson of Forest Hill (167 yards, a 9.8 average). Riviera Beach quarterback Bubba Saunders completed four of seven passes against Jupiter to solidify his hold on sixth place in the aerial category. He has connected on 24 of 68 for 274 yards and six touchdowns. The leader is Forest Hill's Dick Hopkins with 47 completions in 83 attempts lor 520 yards and nine touchdowns. Seacrest continues to set the pace offensively with an average of 307.3 yards per game, followed by Vero Beach with 284.5. Riviera Beach held Jupiter to minus 36 yards rushing and plus 37 passing to Dog Racing l "Miami Biscayne Track3 Entries Results Alt. Comp Yds. Gain 83 47 520 6 3 77 39 640 8 3 50 26 461 9 3 33 17 256 7 8 13 9 183 14 I Hopkins. FH Hardin, Sea Teslerman, VB Cushman, FH Ross, VB Saunders, R B Swords, VB Gilette, DM Brown, PB 68 24 274 4 0 22 9 221 10 0 97 25 237 2 5 55 16 156 2 8 32 II 61 19 FIRST - 5-H, C 6 Cathy s Kan 3 Sandy Tears B Run Jack Ouintela 13-6)526 00 SECOND - B.C., D 8 Hanky Doll 1 Incessive Time 31:3? 8 00 4 00 2 60 6 60 3 60 4 40 Time 34:40 6 00 J 80 7 60 5 00 3 20 3 80 Oatway, LW IND. RECEIVING No. Yds. Avg. 7 Emphasis The top ten: 1 - Seacrest 2 - Kennedy !i Vero Beach 4- ( ai ver : - Forest Hill 17 255 17 231 17 167 15 259 13 146 10 78 9 132 9 101 9 93 Two senior lettermen and two sophomores are also still in the running for the wing spots. The seniors are Kurt Feazel and Boyd Welsch; sophomores Ed Lukco and Nick Fotious, red shirted last year. Shakedown time will come in the Sunshine Classic at Jacksonville Dec . 6-7 when Florida opens its season against Jacksonville University in the first round and against either Florida State or Miami in the second. Bartlett will settle on seven or eight men to carry the bulk of the load before he gets into the Southeastern Conference competition against Alabama Dec. 16. He knows Richard Vasquez, a strong defensive man, will see a lot of action in spelling Lesth-erwood. Counting on Walk and Owens to play most of the way at the low and high posts, Bartlett may alternate four men at the two wing spots. At least two of them will have to develop quickly if the Gators are to live up to their ranking of No. 15 in the nation in The Associated Press preseason poll. Whatever their measure of success, few of their fans will have a chance to see it. Students and faculty fill most of the seats in the old Florida gym, the most outmoded in the conference. GAINESVILLE, Fla. (API -Floriaa's basketball team is solid down the middle, and that means mostly that 6-foot-10 Neal Walk is a man to reckon with on any court. Walk handles the area under the basket as well as anyone in college competition. He proved that last year when he led the nation in rebounding and was 10th in scoring. The pros can hardly wait to get him. Florida's other middle men are 6-foot -5 Andy Owens, who operates well around the foul lines, and Mike Leatherwood, 6-foot playmaker who handles the back court. Coach Tommy Bartlett hasn't firmed up his two wingmen yet, but the starters probably will be sophomore Todd Lalich, who led last year's freshman team in scoring and rebounding although he stands only 6 feet 4, and late blooming senior Mike McGin-nis, an even 6 feet. "We'll have to give away some height," Bartlett said, "and we aren't experienced on the wings." On top of that, a series of minor illnesses and injuries has prevented the combination from working together for long at a time in preseason practice. j Williams, Sea Keilty, RB Wilson, FH Downs, VB Speece, F H Hathaway, FH Blanton, DM Jenkins, Sea Heninger, PB Parris, VB Matthews, Sea Anderson, FH 9-0-0 9-0-0 8-1-0 8-2-0 6-2-1 6-2-1 6-2-1 6-4-0 5- 4-0 6- 4-0 li -Pahokee 7- Lake Worth 8 Roosevelt 9 Riviera Beach 10- Lake Shore 8 8 8 163 20 4 107 134 Exchange Cluh To Honor Grids Outstanding players of Palm Beach and Forest Mill High Schools will receive Reeves Memorial Trophies today at the noon luncheon of the South West Palm Beach Exchange Club at Stoutfer's Restaurant. 7th- B.C..B Zameram Ocala Bertha Daily Sepcial Fleet Tag Brother Bigtex J A 'sClitf Max White Wings Tough Subiect 8th - M.C.,B Sacrosanct Dot For Short City Counsel PalmLounge Rod Carey Baytown Sun M M V Delia! Sandy Posey Wh-5-16,A Ronald Tip AH Darter S P. Hasty Sandy Sails Revival Eliogarty Flashy Folly Watted 10th B.C..A Wicked Sister Sun Struck Rue's Hustler Ethel Jane Mar Jaguar Go Norma Candy Jac Ja Goodwin 1lth-B.C.,C Abrasive That's Mac Barney Claude Peered 5ubvate Supper Club Butterfly's HOney Mia iflh-B.C.,C Boyd Cole Some Toy Oyaiio E mpireMissy Dorthica Silver Asset Rocket Mix Roc ket Peggy 1st - 5-16, C 0 G s Honpy Fil2 Keady Record Pex Foley Wd'tny Game Party Pink Salteree K ip GoGo 3nd - S-16, B Oceia Red Miss Saddler Jane s Debbie H W 's Enterprise Some Gem Dutch Date G""H Tony pjW-b.c.,0 y 3rd - B CD 0 D 't Ironsides Lakesidt Cruiser Salamander M) Bob Van Toast of Honey GO'S Teri Ann Honey Tree in Chips 4th - B.C., D Pocket Page Vdra Levitical Viae s Diane Might Pick llabe's Joy Apply ( rony F rank blh - M.C..D B W s Rulus Aimena Sheen OU 'i Roxny Vat Sweeney Masterene Tearless Peal Style Deep Man 6th -M.C,D Deep Touch Presto Susie Texas Jump Royal Rick Bell Mead F abulous Kic kof t Back Wash Tinq Tang Seminoles Drill For High-Scoring Houston Cougars Softball Jim Alsup collected three hits Monday night to lead Bra-ziel Motors to a 5-3 win over Wonder Bar in slow pitch soft-ball action at Currie Park and has now hit safely in his last 12 trips to the plate. Tom Anderson chipped in with three hits lor the winners. Earl Griffins three hits, one a home run, paced Florida Diesel to a 13-12 decision over AT&T. Ouintela 1-81 119 00 Perlecta 18-1) S28 40 DAILY DOUBLE lt-8) S3? 40 THIRD-B.C., O Time 34:39 4 Ir-abiscuit 9 00 4 80 4 40 2 W Doc Milli-r 18 00 7 80 7 Sparky ( laude 5 20 Quimela (2-4) 166.00 Perlecta 14-2) 196.20 FOURTH - M.C., D Time 50:61 2 Esmeralda Valor 30.00 8 40 5 00 3 Lady Chess 2 80 2 60 6 Fresh Topaz 3.60 Quiniela (2-31 118.80 Perfecta (2-3) I7S.40 FIFTH M.C. Time 50:60 4 Continental Lad 7 60 6 20 3 20 5 Medley Scars 15.00 4.20 ? Taxie Choice 2.80 Quiniela 14-SI 144,80 Perfecta (4-5) 186.20 SIXTH 5-16, B Time31:S6 1 Hokcm 5 00 3 20 2 80 4 Solitary Sol 5 60 3 60 6 Or.ilia 4 00 Quimela ( 14) 516.80 Perlecta 1 1-4) 521.60 SEVENTH B.C., B Time 34:25 8 Iris Tara 6 60 5 20 3 20 4 Dick's Doubloon 5 60 2 80 I Prognostic 3 80 Quimela (4 81 513.80 Perlecta 18-4 ) 529 60 EIGHTH-M.CC Time50:54 1 C B s Small Bite II 40 5 40 4 40 2 Milady K 5.20 3 40 3 Rhinestone 3 40 Quiniela 1 1-2) 533.40 Perfecta ( 1-2) 566.40 NINTH -516, A Time 31:32 5 Smiley Mac 35 00 8 00 4.20 8 Mannm A. 2 80 2 80 4 Favorite Meadow 6.60 Quimela (5-8 ) 529.20 Perfecta (5-8) 593.80 TENTH B.C., A Tim34:29 6 Southern Dude 14 20 4 40 2 80 8 Part Irish 4 20 3 40 2 Peggotty 3.20 Quimela (64) 519.80 Perfecta (.) 4U0 KIJEVKNTH-BC . (. Time M il) 5 Ksratwna 12 40 9 20 4 44 2 I'n Mm Dillv 7 20 3 Rd 3 Missile Hock 3 80 Qtfalrla (I-Si 525 8ft TWKIJ-TH-BC.B Time 34.35 1 Velvet Claude 24 80 7 1)0 3 20 7Uppeni08 4 00 3 80 6 Senor ("have? 4 20 Qailrli 1171 M7 88; Perfrni 11-71 Kll.te HK.lliUi 11-71 $942 M Atleadrrl.5: Haidlr 5417 ,554 Marine Weather Small boat forecast for the Florida lower east coast through the Bahamas as far as Nassau and southward through the Florida straits Tuesday. Seas four to eight feet increasing this afternoon. Inland waters choppy. By JACK HARPER TALLA1IASSKK lAFN') -"We can win. We've just got to make some adjustments, that's all." Speaking was FSL' Head Coach Bill Peterson Monday as he prepared his 7-2-0 Seminoles for their last regular season game against mighty Houston in Jacksonville's Gator Howl F'n-day night. "It's our big one. bigger even than the Peach liowl thing with I Jai-Alai Roundup I k"West Palm Beach Fronton1 Selections If your wife wants to get a job, tell her where to go. Entries I Rex Foley, Waiting Game, Ready Record ? - Frand Tony, Dutch Date, Jane's Deb bie i - Sallymander, Bob Van, Honey Tree 4 - Picket Page, Mac's Diane, Crony F rank 5 Aimena Sheen, Deep Man, O.D.'s Rosey 6 - Back Wash, Fabulous Kickoft, Ting T.mn FIHST-5Point Torres-Vicandi Fana-Egana Aleiandro-Ugarte Olabarri-Luis Orbe-Pedro Cappleman was running on a keeper on some plays. After one good run against Wake Forest Saturday Cappleman fumbled the ball near the goal line. Peterson said alter the game. "We just haven't ever expected Cappleman to run with the ball." It'll probably be different against Houston. Monday's session was all team work. There were no individual drills. Tile Seminoles ngure to be hurting physically for this closing game of the regular season. Linebacker Dale McCullers is presently listed as "slowed and doubtful" with a pulled leg mus-cleand a sprained ankle. Defensive end Mike Bugar has a hip pointer, linebacker Joe Benson has two charlie horses, one on each leg. There is only a slight chance 1" after Hi ;.st i i icts", coach Pete said. NHL Roundup East Division W L T Ph. GF GA - Fleet Tag, Brother Bigfox, Max White Wings 8 - M V Dehart, Sacrosanct, Baytown Sun 9 - Wafted, Flashy Folly, Sandy Sails 10 - Candy Jac, Wicked Sister, Sun Struck 1 1 - Supper Club, Subvale, Peered 1? Some Toy, Silver Asset, Ogallo TO THE MvAKt.M .S.NM.I.lM; AM) SNKU.I.NU OK-FICK, thill's where. We can get her a job you'll he ruud of . . . especially when that extra paycheck comes rolling in. There are more good jobs for her to choose from in our files right now than ever before, with the best companies. Ilownlown, in the suburbs, near good transportation. So give her a break. Send her in fur some counselling. We'll help her get slarted right in the business world. The change will do her good. Havt her (all on of our Professional Employment counsellors 655-3671. She'll lov you for suggesting it. Montreal 12 4 3 27 63 43 New York 13 6 0 26 58 45 HMMft Roberto-Leiarcegui Treio-Eguia Zaguirre-Jose SEVENTH 5 Points Olabarri-Egana Fana-Barandi TjlftS-Luis " Alejandro-Aretio Egurbide-Ugarte Antonio-Pedro Lopetegui-Lasarte Orbe-Vicandi EIGHT 5 Points Uriar-Jose CollEguia Ulacia Andrade Treio-Lejorcegui Roberto-Arrasate Ramon-Ormaia NINTH 5 Points Aipiri-Andrade Coll-Ormaia Ramon-Leiarcegui Trejo-Suri Utacia-Eguia Zaguirre-lraola TENTH 5 Points Aleiandro-Luis Egurbide-Egana Fana-Pedro Lopetegui -Ugarte Torres-Aretio Olabarri-Lasarte Antomo-Vicandi Orbe-Baranda 1(1 If nun Boston 12 5 2 Toronto 9 6 3 Chicago 10 8 1 Detroit 7 7 3 West Division St LOUIS 9 6 4 Los Angeles 7 10 2 Mmnesota 6 II 2 Philadelphia 6 II 2 Oakland 5 13 3 26 67 42 21 46 45 21 74 59 17 61 53 22 59 38 16 41 59 14 45 60 14 37 57 13 42 70 Kesults FIRST - Doubles; 5 pts. 1 Egurbidc-Ugarle 17.00 5.40 4 80 5 7 Antonio-Luis 8 00 5 40 6 2 Fana Baranda 4 20 5 Quiniela (1-7) SJ6 60 srro" r,..Kir. . r 7 Lopetegui-Baranda II 40 4 80 3 40 5 5 Olabarri-Luis 7 20 3 80 7 2 Torres-Vican Ji 2 B0 7 Quiniela (5-7) 153 80 Perfecta 17-5) S 154 20 BigO (1-7,5-7) 1886 40 THIRD Singles; 5 pts. 1 Eguia 13 80 8 00 6 60 9 6 Treio 6 60 5 80 8 5 Uriiar 4 80 7 Quiniela 11-6) S40.40 FOURTH - Doubles; 5 pts. 3 Olabarri-Ugarte 9 00 5 00 3 00 8 4 Aleiandro-Baranda 4 40 2 60 8 6 Egurbide-Luis 3 20 7 Quimela 13-4) 128 20 Perlecta (3-4) 164 20 DAILY DOUBLE (1-3) 5109.20 FIFTH Doubles; 5 pts. 3 Coll Arelio 13 40 6 20 2 60 6 2 Antonio-Suri 3 40 2 20 6 5 Uruar-Lasarte 2 20 5 Quimela 12-3) 123 00 Perlecta (3-2) 163.30 SIXTH - Doubles; 5 pts. 4 Ulacia-Ormoja 10 60 4 20 3 40 7 3 Treio-Jose 4 20 2 60 8 2 Ramon Leiarcegul 2 80 8 Quiniela 13m 141 40 Perfecta (4 3) 171.30 SEVENTH - Doubles; 5 pts. 3 Egurbide Eguna 1100 9 20 7 40 7 8 Antonio-Lasarte 6 60 5 40 6 5 Fana-Luis 6 60 4 Quimela (34) MI 60 Perlecta (3-11 1268 80 EIGHTH - Doubles, 5 pts. 3 3 Alpiri-Ormozo 14 20 7 00 4 80 7 1 CollEguia 7.60 4 40 7 4 Treio-Suri 3 20 7 Quiniela 1 1-3) 127.60 Perfects 13-11 163.30 !MI 9 43 65 Pittsburgh 3 12 3 Saturday's Results ljui Utd'e-Baranda" Antonio-Lasarte Lopetegui-Aretio SECOND-5 Points Alejandro-Vicandi Torres-Pedro Olabarri-Baranda Antonio-Ugarte Fana-Aretio Lope'equi Egana Egurbide-Lasarte OrbeLuis THIRD 4 Points Sun Arrasate Jose Treio Zaguirre Uruar Roberto FOURTH-5 Points Olabarn Ugarte Aleiandro-Egana F ana Luis Torres Baranda Egurbide-Pedro Lopetegui-Vicandi FlFTH-SPoints Antonio-lraola Lopetegui-Andrade Orbe-Arrasate Coil-Luis Aipiri-AretiO Ulacia-Lasarte SIXTH-S Points Uriiar-Suri Ramon-lraola Aipm-Ormaia Wliflieli; U 9, If 'v- """ II lil I K M. I" 1! And the Tribe coaching stall was wasting no time Monday in mapping strategy lor their Texas opxnent which slaughtered Tulsa by the unheard of football score of 100-6 Saturday. After burning the midnight oil Sunday night viewing Houston game films against Tulsa, the Seminoles went into a stepped up practice Monday afternoon. "I've got the Tulsa scouting report on Houston," Peterson joked with sports writers during the heavy work session against Cougar offense and defense. He appeared in a good mood, enjoying the underdog role. "They'll believe me when I say Houston is great." he remarked. But it was all seriousness on the practice field as the Seminoles went through hard scrimmage, putting the rush on quarterbacks Hill Cappleman and Tommy Warren as Houston is expected to do. tie that defensive end Ron Wallace, who missed the last two games with an ankle injury, will be ready to play. The Savage Award, for top defensive work, went to deep back Mike Page, credited with three hi 1 1 m: ii" Hlli l II" J Tnpi Pg.ly IMP 30 hilt fISHIMi TD ni ; t M to ii r M RIVIERA CITTf DOCKS I I Montreal 4. Mnmesota3 Boston 5, New York I Detroit 5, Toronto 2 Oakland 2, Philadelphia 1 Los Angeles 2, Pittsburgh 2. St Louis I, ChicagoO Sunday's Results New York J, Oakland 2 Boston 7. Toronti4 Los Anoeles 3, Philadelphia Chicago 6, Minnesota 0 Only games scheduled Monday's Games No gtmes -.choduled Htadquartrt Pooh. fa. World lai-gotl ProUtuonnl fmplovmont SrK 400 Office Coait To Comt In West Palm Beach ELEVENTH 7 Points tackles and as manv assists 706 Clematis St. fMI '0 PfsFO.ATIONb I -44' ffmmmii. PH VI 8-7919 NITE VI 4-6920 rE VI 4-6920 ! HB BH H 0 1 Coll-Surl Ulacia-Lejarcegui Ramon-Andrade Uriiar-Ormaia Aipiri-Eguia Treio-lraoia Roberto-Jose Zagutrre-Arrasate against Wake Forest. The Tomahawk Award, for top blocking, was shared by tackles Jack Fen wick and Billy Rhodes. 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