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20Palm Beach Post, Wednesday, Nov. 27, 1968 I Dog Racing Brown, Jacobs: Pre-Game Banter A Ford In His Future OUTDOORS By Ed Buckow Miami Biscayne Entries King fish Schools Headed This Way i 2 - ' i.Hitart' IJt-5-U.B Ros Stonewall Waster Touch Der Wolfe VPs Henry Fido Gossip Nuaia s Twiggy D.ckRadatz War Lordship Ind-B.C.,0 SP 'S Tony J A s Greg Expando tM) Well Staged Wim s Speck (M) Bev.s DiHys Boon Waiter Cole 3rd- S-16,0 J.A.'s Road Runner B W.'s Preernt Ruber e Dew Opmed O G s Bambi Gortkeliy Hope Norman's Russ Tony O 4th B.C., D Tell Ondv Trophy Rock Story Told Crimson Rocket Control Power Meimda C. Pert Pam Jimmy Dawg Sth-M C.,D Javehndo Scoopa J A s Henry Sugar Boxx J's ChampionGirl Tn Nmo Reshuffles Ginger Jar 4th- B.C., B Bob s Fay Watfier Contnve Mom's Best Headed Right Sunny Lakeside Journey Final Facet Tth-B.CB Innys June Navidad L'ttieGrey hound Hinky Venture Tacoma Lad Style Salon Bob s Travis Mickey Tip lth-MC.,C Sedan Final Ltne G'sRosieRatio GidupAM Scurry Sandy O'Shields Suiuki S P s Hobo Bill 9th B.C., A Serf Knockrour Rullah Jim's Lady Luck Barb s Choice Skinny Marimba Remke J N.'s Toyah Dee 8g Book Entry Blank 10th B.C., A Entry Blank Mackied Nite People Bronzetone Revenna Lemon Tree Vulmidis Clay Carroll Hth- B.C..C Grand Man Blue B W s Victoria John's College Boy Rocket Ann Handsome John Sound Hunch Happen Hutch Gidgef Ann 12-B.C., C Amigo Carlos Amissa Ocala Mao Caesar's Jester Officer Cole Coria Linda s Kitty Double Deep By CHUCK OTTERSON Prep Editor If Len Brown went back to college, he'd probably major in statistics. Jerry Jacobs might choose psychology. Brown, head football coach at Palm Beach High, and Jacobs, who occupies a similar post at Forest Hill, were luncheon guests Tuesday of the South West Palm Beach Exchange Club at Stouffers Restaurant. Each was given an opportunity to present his veiws on tonight's traditional gridiron clash between the two schools, slated for 8 o.m. at Forest Hill Brown came armed with a list of statistics as long as the swimming pool outside the restaurant door. He went over them, department by department, pointing out Forest Hill had an edge in rushing, passing, scoring and defense. According to Brown's statistics. Forest Hill should be favored by 17.6 points. "Let's go back a year." said Brown. "I came in here and told you fellows Forest Hill should win by about three touchdowns to one. Everybody said 'He's crying.' So they beat us three touchdowns to one. Then I come up here 'at the beginning of this season and I tell you how green and inexperienced we are. Everybody says, Oh, yeah, sure.' So here I am again and 0& ; J, rtr t &a ( Cv J j .... "x ar$ RICHARD PETTY . . . signs with Ford IK VOl' RK TIRKI) OK CATCHING pompano. Spanish mackerel ami hluelish. cnnsuler the king mackerel, alias king-t:h ii has Ixt'imie evident since last Sunday that a buildup in tlic kmlish jxtpul.it mil is lakiug place oltsliore in this area, a leveiopiiieiil Ilia1 may be expected at this time of the year, i-1--1!! i n. n ahiianl one ol the Blue Sea drilt boats stored a l".mI i .itch ol kmn- TucMiav morning, and then came up with i li.gci i c.itcl' in M:i ai'icriumn. cold Iroi'.t w;i un.iltieially predicted lor Saturday by a in- .i! iii'lcinil'iuist and the iioiilieily winds that would be iv-"i :'i'd with a I runt i otila erv well bring in those big mm Ji a -chin ils ' ti.it were reported nil Cocoa Monday. KKewhere on the fishing scene Tuesday, pompano action pieked up in Lake Worth again as winds decreased. Catches ( necked in at Lake Side Tackle and Seafood ranged from 30 lo 75 pounds. Col. A. . Kiiherry and Boh Krouss returned to Kill's Marina with .IS pompano. lil.iilish were available in the north end ol Lake Worth i step i,. v Honnie pileton look .'!5 casting lop-waler plugs. I'Jmi'IisIi hit llnoiighoiit the day at the Juno Beach Pier. :ii.n keiel and bi no were taken oil the mouth of St. Lucie ItiU't. blues were lulled mil ol the surf at Jensen Beach, and pi i.i! casters again scored good catches ol I rout on the Indian I! iver Hats at .Jensen (each. Hunting Season To Hit Peak The hunting .season will hit a peak over the Thanksgiving holiday, wild siioiiiiiig open lor all game birds and animals a itfi l he exception o ma ish hen. Th' i-loiida i. ame and r'resh Water Fish Commission (minis humers that they will he allowed to take fourteen species ol game These include the following' Deer, turkey, grey and fox squirrel, woodcock, snipe, quail, (luck, geese, coot, bear, rabbit, dove and wild hog. In addition, hunters may also take unprotected fur-bearing animals such as lux, racoon and bobcat. The lirst phase of the duck, goose and coot season closes ,il!( r lour days ol hunting on Dec. I. The second phase will open Dec. 14 and run through Jan. 14. The ducf. silualion looks good in the south end of (onser-'.alion Area 1 and the north end ol Area 2. according to a report received last night from the Loxahatchee Recreation iea. oilicers ol the I'.S. r'ish and Wildlife Service estimale thai there arc more than :!(l.()n(l ducks in Area 1. The latter .ilea i- believed to have the largest population of ring neck 'lurks in the Southeast, RANDLEMAN, N.C. (AP) -Richard Petty, the biggest winner in the history of big-time stock car racing, ended a 10-year association with Plymouth Tuesday and signed to drive for Ford Motor Co. in 1969. The pact, signed in Detroit, becomes effective with the Motor Trend 500 race at Riverside. Calif., in late January' It gives the 30-year-old star the option on the number of races he II run and is renewable on a year-to-year basis. Petty, who has been the biggest name in Chrysler's performance efforts for years, thus joins a cord-Mercury team that in 1968 produced the NASCAR Grand National champion in David Pearson and the year s top money winner in Cale Yar-borough. $136,788. Holder of NASCAR's all-time victory string of 92 official wins and more than half a million dollars in purse money. Petty said of his break with Chrysler: "After you've been with an organization 10 years it's very difficult to leave it. We've had a lot of success with Plymouth. But it all boils down to business, and that s why we made the change." The 6-3. 215-pound racing reat from Randleman said the Petty family had "been kidding around'' with Ford most of the year, but that actual contract talks didn't begin until about two weeks ago. Petty said the t -am plans to run a majority ol the NASCAR Grand National events next season, but won't necessarily go for the driving title. "We plan to operate the same as we have in the past." he said. "That means we'll select our races well ahead of time and go to the track to win. The driving title would be nice again, but winning the big money events is more important." Petty won NASCAR s driving title twice, in 1964 and 1967. In the latter year he posted an unprecedented 27 wins, including 10 in a row. and brought home $130,275 in prize money. Petty began his career in 1958. while his father Lee was still one of the South s top stars. Three years later when Richard began hitting his stride, the father retired and took over management of the team. The Petty team builds its own race cars in a white stucco garage complex nestled among shade trees at Randleman. Selections 1 - Ron Stonewall, Master Touch, Nuala't Twiggy 2 - J. A.' Grog, S. P.' Tony, Walter Cole 3 - Opined, O.G.'s Bambi, J.A.'i Road Runner 4 - Crimson Rocket, Control Power, Tell Cindy 5 - Ginger Jar, J.' Champion Girl, Trl Nine t - Right Sunny, Waller, Contrive 7 - Lime Greyhound, Navidad, Mickey Tip I - Sedan, S.P.'s Hobo Bill, Scurry Sandy 9 - Serl, Big Book, Remke 10 - Lemon Tree, Brometone, Vulmidis II - Rocket Ann, Handsome John, B.W.'i Victoria 12 Amissa, Caesar's Jester, Linda's Kit. ty Staff Photo by Ursula Seemann SCOUTING THE FALCONS - Palm Beach High's Len Brown steals a glance over the shoulder of Forest Hill's Jerry Jacobs during Tuesday's luncheon meeting of the South West Palm Beach Exchange Club at Stouffer's Restaurant. Brown appears to be interested in the play Jacobs is diagramming. we're two and seven, '' The Wildcat coach concluded by saying. "Even though some of us cry and 'poor mouth' all the time, you can see some of us tell the truth." Jacobs tended to overlook the statistics and stress the psychological factors involved. "As far as we're concerned at Results Turkey Bowl Set For Boca BOCA RATON - Teams from Boca Raton will battle entries from Del ray Beach and Lexington. Ky.. in the (mirth annual renewal of the Turkey Bowl to be held Thanksgiving nifiht at Ihe Boca Raton High School stadium. The Boca Raton Junior Jets will pit forces against the Del-ray Beach Rocks in a 6:30 p.m. engagement, with the senior Boca Raton Jets to take on Lexington in the 8 p.m. nightcap. To the winners go Turkey Bowl trophies. To kick off the Turkey Bowl allair a parade will be held featuring the marching bands from Boca Raton and Carve High Schools. Leaving from the boat ramp at Palmetto Park Road and the Intracoastal Waterway at 5 p.m.. the parade is to follow a route west on Palmetto Park Road to the Boca Raton Community Center. Besides the bands, a half-dozen floats, one carrying Miss Teen Town of Boca Raton, and a number of decorated cars will participate in the mile-long parade. Margaret Weeks, parade chairman, reports. The float judged the best decorated will be recognized during halftime ceremonies at the high school. Miss Turkey Bowl, who will be elected by the two Boca Raton football teams from the 12 cheerleaders who have performed at their Gold Coast Conference games, will also be presented. Tickets to the game are available from team players or through the recreation department. Tickets may also be obtained at the gate. Forest Hill, in this ball game it doesn't matter what your record is," he said. "We should be favored on paper, but you have to take into consideration such things as fumbles, interceptions and being mentally ready for were Channel 12's Jay Solomon and Jim Gallagher, who told Brown and Jacobs they would be thinking about them while they televise tonight's Lake Worth-Seacrest game at Lake Worth's Russ Bullard Field. the game. A year ago we went up to play Jupiter and we should have beaten them as bad as we did this year 142-0), but they were ready to play a ball game and they beat us 13-0." Guest speakers for the affair FIRST - $-16, C a Party Pink 5 Waiting Gome 4 Bavasi Ouiniela(5-e)SI?.l)0 SECOND-5-16, B 3 Jane's Debbie 7 Grand Tony Time 31:31 B SC 4 20 3 20 3 00 3 00 3 20 Tlme31:IS 9 60 4 40 3 20 3 60 2 60 310 I Ocala Red Buiniela (3-71 in 40 Perfecta (3-7) S39.40 DAILY DOUBLE (6-3) U2.40 THIRD B.C., D Time 34:09 3 Sallymander 3.60 3 00 2.40 8 In Chips 12 60 4 40 4 Bob Van 2 60 Ouinieta (3-1) S30.60 Perfecta (34) 130 40 FOURTH B.C., D Time 32:29 1 Pocket Paqe 5.60 3 60 3 40 4 Mac's Diane 5.20 3.20 2 Sidra 3.20 Ouiniela ( 1-4) S17.20 Perfecta (1-4) S24.M FIFTH -M.C., D Time 50:60 3 O.D.'S Roy 7 40 5 40 2 60 6 Tearless 11.60 6 40 8 Deep Man 2 60 Ouiniela (34) 1100.40 Perfecta (3-6) 1125.80 SIXTH -M. C.,D Time 50:86 7 Back Wash 4 40 2 60 2 60 6 Fabulous Kickotf 4.00 2 80 5 Bell Mead 4 80 Ouiniela (6-7) $11.00 Perfecta (7-6) SI7.N Ex-Oiler Player Pulls Gun On GM HOUSTON I LTD -A former 'Okeechobee Picture Not Rosy The '1 lie is pu l me on Lake Okeechobee is not a rosy one. ,ic iiiil'iig In word received from a number ol sources. As local sportsman Bob Kleiser pointed out. the water level of the lake is high, and therefore mostly deep diving ducks have tieen aiiiacleil lo the lake. He said the duck population on the l ikeal 'liepicscnl lime consists mostly ol ring necks. Mark Challancin. of .1 Mark rislung Camp at Belle (iladc. -aid some i-'londa mallards, ring necks and teal are located in Ihe vii mil', ol drassy Island and Long Point. He added that there are din ks m Pelican Hay but they are Incited in bnishy a reas and are iliflirull lo reach Joe Johansen, operator of Joe and Wanda's Camp near the mouth of the Kissimmee It iver, said most of the ducks she has spotted in that area have been on the Moore Haven side of Indian Prairie Canal. From another source came word of a light buildup of ducks at Observation Island and the r'isheating Creek area. Bass are hilling in the Belle Glade area of Lake Okeechobee and on Ihe norlh shore of the big lake. With the duck limit as low as il is. il might be a good idea il duck hunters take along their fi-lung tackle to fill out a day in I he out doors. Houston Oiler football player, apparently upset over a wage dispute, pulled a loaded pistol on Oiler general manager Don Rockets Fall tled down and disarmed by a member of the Houston staff. Houston police Det. J. L. Marquis said officers had arrested Charles Lockhart, 23, and planned to charge him with carrying a deadly weap- iKIosterman in Klosterman s1 office Tuesday, but was wres Marine Weather Small boat forecast for the Florida lower east coast through the Bahamas as far as Nassau and southward through the Florida straits Wednesday: Seas three to four feet. Inland waters, light chop. I Jai-Alai Roundup J k'West Palm Beach Fronton Entries Result By 134-120 BALTIMORE i UPI 1 Pulling away from the sluggish San Diego Rockets midway in the first period, the Detoit Pistons rolled to a 134-120 victory Tuesday night in the opening game of a National Basketball Association doubleheader. The Eastern Division leading Baltimore Bullets met the Atlanta Hawks in the second game. Happy Hairston and Jim Walker led the Pistons with 31 and 30 points, respectively. Elvin Hayes scored 34 points for the Rockets. Detroit maintained a 68-56 halftime lead, increasing it to 101-82 at the end of three periods. Detroit now stands 9-10 and San Diego owns a 9-11 FIRST Doubles; 5 pts. 6 Egurbide-Baranda 15.20 7 20 3 60 1 Torres-Vicondi 9 00 5 K 2 Fana-Egona 5,80 Quiniela(l-6)S4!.00 SECOND - Double); S pis. 8 Orbe-Luls 18.20 12 80 5 60 ASSOCIATES SPORTS QUIZ FIRST 5 Points Olabarri-Uyarte Fana-Luis TorrevBaranda Aleiandro-Aretio Ecjurbide Eyana Lopetegui-Pedro on and serious threat to take a life. Klosterman said Lockhart cocked the pistol and stuck it three feet from his face before Tom Williams, a special Oiler scout, lunged at Lockhart and wrestled the gun away from him. "No shots were fired, and no one was injured." "He told me alter we had him down that he would not have shot me." Klosterman said. Klosterman said Lockhart was disgruntled because he thought the Oilers owed him money. He said Lockhart was signed as a free agent last summer and underwent an operation lor a shoulder injury he suffered in camp. The Houston general manager said Lockhart, who played his college football at North Texas State University, was released on waivers before the season started and that the Oilers did not owe Lockhart any money. Ex-Falcon Gets Letter GUNNISON, Colo. - Bob McCTung, halfback from West Palm Beach, is one of seven 6 S 4 Antonio-Ugarte 10.20 5 60 7 4 sock it to him 2 Torres-Pedro 4 60 5 OuiniHa (4-81 160.00 PeHecta (8-4) 1143.70 Big O ( 1-6) (4-8) S83.40 1328.00 THIRD -Singles; 6 ots. 6 Urizar 13.00 7 DO 3 40 6.00 470 4.60 Roberto-Lejarcegui Trejo-Ormaza Zaguirre-Jose SEVENTH 5 Points Fana-Vicandi Torres-Pedro Alejandro-Baranda Olabarri-Arelio Antonio-Egana Orbe-Ugarte Lopeteguj-Luis Egurbide-Lasarte EIGHTH 5 Points Azpirf-Suri Colt-Leiarcegui Ramon-Andf ade Ulacia-Ormaza RobertoEguia Zaguirre-lraola NINTH 5 Points Coll-Eguia (Jrizar-Arrasate Ramon-Ormaza Roberto-Suri Treio-Leiarcegul ZaguirreAndrade OrbeVitandi Antonio-Lasarte SECOND-S Points Torres-Egana Aleiandro-Ugarte Olabarri-Baranda Egurbide-Pedro Fana-Aretto Anionio-Vicandi Orbe-Luis Lopetegui-Lasarte THIRD 6 Points Ulacia Jose 7 Roberto 3 Jose Oulniela (6-7) $71.70 FOURTH - Doubles; 5 pts 5 EgurbidPedro 10 50 1 Olabarri-Ugarte 3 Fana-Luis 4 40 4 40 7.00 400 4.40 Quinitla tl-51 136.20 Perfecta (S-DS67.80 record. aola San Diego (120) G F Detroit (134) T G F T Urizar Robprto Zaguirre Treio Adelman 2 4-6 8 Bind 5 5-8 15 Barnes DAILY DOUBLE (6-5) SI91.40 FIFTH -Doubles; 5 pts. 2Loptgui Andride 14.00 5.40 3.40 7 5 6 Ulacia Lasarte 6 00 3 40 7 5 3 Orbe-Arrasate 4 40 6 5 Oulniela (2-6) 119.80 Perfocta (24) S57.30 SIXTH - Doubles; 5 pts. 6 Zaiuirre-Jose 9 20 4 40 3.00 6 S 4 Roberto-Leiarcequl 4 60 3 00 6 4 2 Ramon-lraola 3 60 6 3 Ouinieta (44) 123.20 Perfecta (6-4) SI 1. 00 SEVENTH - Doubles; S pts. 8 Orbe-Vicandl 19 00 9 60 4 10 6 5 2 Fana-Baranda 5.80 2 DO 7 4 4 Aleiandro-Aretio 3.40 5 3 Ouinieta (2-8) 154.20 Perfecta (8-2) SI27.20 EIGHTH Doubles; 5 pts. 1 Uriiar-Jose 12 80 6 00 3 60 7 5 5 Roberto-Ormaza 6 00 4 40 7 S 2 Coll-Equia 3 60 8 4 4 0-0 8 DeBusschr 5 )-5 II 7 5 8 19 Dischinger 6 5-5 17 2 I I 5 Dove I 3-3 5 0 0-0 0 Foil 10-0 2 12 10 16 34 Hairston 10 1114 31 3 4-4 10 Moore 9 1-3 19 7 1-3 15 Niemann 2 00 4 3 2-2 I Walker 1010-10 30 3 3-3 9 2 0 0 4 Barnell Block Fmkel Hayes Kimball Koiis Land Trapp Williams Totals 45 30-53 120 Totals 49 36-48 134 FOURTH-5 Points Olabarrt-Luis Fana-Baranda Torres-Lawte Aleiandro-Aretio Egurbi, Vicandi Lopetegui-Egana FIFTH 5 Points Antonio-Andrade Orbe-Luis Uritar-Aretio Azpirt-Lasarte Lopetegui-Arrasate Coll-iraola SIXTH-S Points Ulacia-Arrasate Ramon-Suri TENTH 5 Points Fana Pedro Torres-Luis Olabarri-Aretio Aleiandro-Lasarte Antonio-Ugarte Egurbi de-Baranda Lopetegui-Vicandi Orbe-Egana ELEVENTH 7 Point Coll-Suri Ramon-lraola Ulacia-Andrade Urizar-Jose Azpiri-Leiarcegul Zaguirre-Arrasate Roberto-Ormaza Trejo-Eguia with Joe Garagiola seniors among 35 Western State College players nominated for football letter-jacket awards. Only Florida player in the group, McClung is a graduate of Forest Hill High School in West Palm Beach, where he was a football halfback, won three letters in diving and one in track. Before entering Western State played two years at Trinidad Junior College. if Azpiri-Eguia Pioneers Rip Polk FORT PIERCE - Five players scored in double figures Tuesday night to lead Indian aqSs San Diego 29 27 26 38 - 120 Detroit 37 31 33 33 - 134 Personal Fouls: Adelman 6, Barnes 2, Barnett 4, Block 3, Hayes 4, Kimball, Koiis 2, Lanti 4, Trapp. Williams 3, Bing 2, DeBuschere 4, Dischinger 4, Dove 5, Fox, Hairston 3. Moore 6, Niemann 4. Walker 5. Total Fouls: San Diego 30, Detroit 34. Long's Yacht Said Dismasted SYDNEY, Australia (API -The Ondine II. an ocean racing yacht owned by S.A. "Huey" Long of New York, was reported dismasted today in the middle of the South Indian Ocean. The report came from the liner Canberra which said the 73-foot ketch was one mile north of the French island of Amsterdam, about midway between Capetown and Kremantle. A message from the Canberra said the Ondine was proceeding at an average speed of five knots and the crewmen were all well. Oulniela (1-5) 520.50 Perfecta (1-5)162.10 NINTH - Doubles; 5pls. 3 Ramon Leiarcequi 9 20 4 60 2 40 7 i 2 Coll-Ormaza 6 60 3 40 6 J 4 Treio-Sun 2 80 7 4 Ouimela (7-3) 576.80 Perfecta (3-2) Si 1.00 TENTH - Doubles; S pts. 5 Torres-Aretion 10 60 6 60 6 00 7 5 2 Egurbide-Egana 6 00 3 60 7 4 7 Antonio-Vicandi 4 40 4 3 Ouimela ( 7-5) 537.40 Softball Cauley Patrick slammed a two-run home run to lead Lenders to a 4-3 win over league-leading Braziel Motors in Winter League slow pitch Softball action Tuesday night at Currie Park. Ed Lamb and Hon Jacks each aided the winning cause with two hits. Pro-Cuba won a forfeit game from rlorida Diesel. In games tonight. AT&T meets Holy Name in the first game and Lenders plays Wonder Bar in the nightcap, rriday night. Florida Diesel squares off in the opener with Holy Name I If"" Q. WHICH HOCKEY TEAM HAS WON THE MOST STANLEY CUP PLAYOFFS? A. MONTREAL HAS WON 14; TORONTO HAS WON 11. Q. WHEN YOUR CAR NEEDS REPAIRS, HOW DO YOU GET THE MONEY TO GET ROLLING AGAIN? A. WITH A QUICK, CONVENIENT AUTO REPAIR LOAN FROM THE NICE PEOPLE AT ASSOCIATES. THEY'LL BE GLAD TO COME UP WITH THE CASH YOU NEED. ASSOCIATES-THE "STRAIGHT TALK" PEOPLE WHO TELL YOU WHAT YOUR LOAN WILL COST. Q. WHO HOLDS THE RECORD FOR MOST GOALS SCORED IN STANLEY CUP PLAY? A. MAURICE "THE ROCKET" RICHARD SCORED 82 GOALS IN 15 PLAYOFFS. KCfntStNTATIVI MFAYMtNT SCHlOUttS . River to a 113-91 junior college BOB MCCLUNG basketball victory over Polk JC of Lakeland. Ruben Vance and Larry Artis pumped in 23 points apiece for the Pioneers. Teammates Roger Law and Chuck Cawthorn contributed 17 each and Pat DeBe-nardinis added 11 as Coach Art Tolis' cagers notched their second win in two starts. The 6-foot-7'i Cawthorn gave the Pioneers control of the backboards most of the game. Earl Ashford was Polk's top reboun-der and also led the Lakeland club in scoring with 17 points. Indian River entertains Jacksonville Jones at 9 p.m. Friday, then plays host to another Jacksonville team, Massey Tech, at 7 p.m. Saturday. Si Senor CASH YOU 24 KONTMIT CASH 10U 10 (MONTHLY MCtlYl PAYMENTS KtCIIKI PAYMENTS $1255.84 $61.34 $1624.59 $ 66.15 $1449.04 $70.78 $2006.84 $ 81.72 $1545.64 I $75.50 $2580.22 jl05 07 CRIDIT LIFE, IIULTH t ACCIOENT INSURANCE INCLUDED IN THE ABOVE PAYMENTS. 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