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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 24

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Wednesday, November 27, 1968
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22-Palm Beach Post, Wednesday, Nov. 27, 1968 Cage Upsurge Seen In East BOWLING By Chuck Voorhis men might not have enough depth to handle their rugged schedule. In upstate New York. St. Bonaventure seems to have a lock on things. Niagara boasts the East's most exciting plaver ' n 5-10 All-America Calvin Murphy, but new coach Frank Layden is left with little else. J.S. LUDWIG regular from last year's 19-9 squad and included among the returnees is 6-4 Johnny Jones, one of the stars of the NTT last season. Philadelphia looks to be where the action is on the basketball courts this season, and Temple fits into the picture perfectly. The Owls, beginning their 17th year under coach Harry Litwack. return talented forward John Baum and can be expected to give their Philly counterparts a run for the Big Five title. The best team in the New York City area should be St. John's. The Redmen. although they don't have a real standout performer, have one of the best coaches in the business in Lou Carnesecca and return John Warren and Joe DePre from the team that went 19-9 last season. Basketball is really big-time at St. John's, though and the Red- one of the best ball-handling guards in the nation, had a number of ailments last year and 6-7 Terry Driscoll was injured near the end of the season. Yet coach Bob Cousy's club still finished with a respectable 17-8 mark and made it to the NCAA playoffs. Evans and Driscoll are back this season along with sharp-shooting forward Bob Dukiet and promising sophomores Frank Fitzgerald and Jim O'Brien, all of whom make the Eagles a mighty formidable foe. The team with the most promising new faces looks to be Holy Cross. Jack Donohue. who coached Lew Alcindor in high school, is beginning his fourth year at Holy Cross and his talent for recruiting should begin paying off with 6-8 Bob Kissmane, 6-8 Doug Sasso and 6-1 Jack Adams, all of whom are expected to start. Add to this Ed Siudut. an unorthodox but deadly shooter who averaged 23.2 points per game, and the Crusaders appear to be assured of bettering last year's 15-8 mark. Columbia, which enjoyed its finest season in history last year, suffered a jolt when" 7-toot center Dave Newmark decided to give up his final year of eligibility and turn pro. However, the Lions still appear to have enough returning talent to retain their Ivy League crown. Jim McMillian. a third-team All-America as a sophomore last season, is one of the finest players in the country and 6-4 Heyward Dostson is a vastly underrated guard. The Lions' toughest competition for Ivy League honors figures to come from Princeton, which returns three starters from last year's squad including 6-10 John Hummer and 6-9 Chris Thomforde. As good as LaSalle appears to be, coach Jack Kraft's Villanova squad might even be better. A lot of the Wildcats' success will depend, however, on untried sophomore Howard Porter, a 6-8 phenomenon. The Wildcats lost onlv one Chicago Bowler Rolls 713 Series CHICAGO, LONG A HOT BED of hot bowlers, has given Riviera Beach another topnotch kegler. John Petras. formerly of Chicago, has built a new home in Riviera Beach and is currently doing most of his bowling at the Riviera Lanes. Bowling in the Classic Doubles league this week, he became the third bowler to roll a 700 series at these lanes this season. He had games of 202. 245-266 for 713 to join Jim Passinos and Jim Holland in the 700 circle. He currently has a 200 league average. . The Bar-wick Golf Club Roy Roy Insurance Classic league, which bowls at the Delray Lanes, has three bowlers averaging more than 200 - Red Thayer 206, Lloyd Goben 203 and George Psaropoulas 201 In the last league outing George had 652 (226-238). and Goben 625 ( 225-225 1. Other good scores: William Freeman 626 i232-212i. Paul Knowles 625 1 218-208 1. Joseph Soltas 621 NEW YORK (UPD-There should be a marked upsurge in eastern college basketball this season even though things have started on a sour note for the two teams who figure to be the strongest. The NCAA last month slapped a two-year probation on LaSalle and a one-year suspension on St. Bonaventure for violations in recruting practices, thereby eliminating the two eastern powers from any post-season tournament competition. It came at the wrong time for both schools since each is capable of finishing among the top teams in the country and was considered a good bet for regional playoff berths in the NCAA tournament. But there are enough good teams left in the East to fill the void, and it appears that college basketball on the eastern front is reverting to the high level it once enjoyed. Besides LaSalle and ' St. Bonaventure. there are five other teams expected to make an impression on the national scene this season. They include Boston College, Holy Cross, Co-umbia, Villanova and Temple. There's a great deal of A little Goes lonq Way! A' siki:i: lOl.kSM ui. W Palm tfl(r, J 3300 wTeeo1ouTc7r i ii i m iiiiiMiiiliimiiiii LL Post To Ludwig J. S. Ludwig of Lake Worth has been designated to serve as coordinator lor all Little League districts along the east coast and central sections of Florida, according to Arnold S. White. Southern Regional Director for Little League Baseball. Inc. The area contains 104 of Florida's 188 Little Leagues and has over 25.000 boys participating in the world's leading youth baseball program Ludwig is Florida's senior district administrator in years of service, having first been elected to that post in 1956 as administrator for district 7 which covers the area from Vero Beach southward through Pompano Beach. Horse Racing optimism on the campus of LaSalle where former NBA star Results Tom Gola replaces tempestuous Jim Harding as coach. Harding drove the Explorers to their best record in 13 years last Sports I On Air I WINES, LIQUORS and CORDIALS For Your "TIIAKSGIHG DAY" Feast 9E ARE OPES THAMKSCIHSC DAY 9 AM to 9 PM. r ' Sth - 2,700, clmg, 3YO up, 6 f C U Later (Maple I 3 60 2 80 2 40 Riscal (Monacelli) 5 20 3 20 dq-Sixteen Below (Gal(itano) 3 00 Time 1:10 2-5 Discover, Third Lane, Great Lover, War Happy also ran. dq-Disqual if led 2nd to 3rd. 4th - 3.500, ale, 38,1 YO,6f. Mighty Lak A Rose 7 20 3 40 3 40 (Hole) Mailer (Kassen) 3 20 2 80 Little E P H (Pettet) 3 40 Time 1 09 1-5. Very Funny, Chesbrook. Winds at War, Lee's Commando also ran. 7ttl - 2,700, cl, 3YO.M. Mei;o Forte (Waida) 5 40 3,40 2 60 Ulmer's Boy (Hole) 5 60 4 00 Tudor isle ( Maple) 3 40 Time I 10 4-5 Villa's Bold Gal, Dark Blue Moon, Everglades Pry, X Winsome Devil, x-Admiral Thor, Keven Heaven, Scot s De sire. Laura Winston also ran th - 3,500, ale, 3&4Y0, 61. Turma -Now (Stone) 3 80 3 00 2 80 Queen Eleanore (Perrct) 5 00 3 80 Brightway (Marquei) 6 00 Time 1:10 Honduras, Perfect Pleasure, Princess Dance, Debbie's Tarn. Sir Peel Weather Clear. Trick Fast. It-S?,i00, mdn, 2YO, 6 furlong! Favored Tudor IGavidia) 77.60 33.20 13.00 Big Impostor (Perrotal M.20 11.40 He's A Breeie (Pearl) 2.10 Time 1:09 2-5. Char" Me Now, New-born, Flo Mar, Ambitious Cesere, Lavender Sailor, Rough Mood, Love Bandit, La Heredera, Jau Session also ran. 2nd-2,00, cl, 2V0, 6 I. Pestv Pat (Arroyo) .20 5 40 3.60 Mi Place IWaida) 8.40 S.70 Chink (Stone) 3.00 Time 1:11 44. Sun Genie, Lasting Song, Brandy Muffin, Evelyn's Pride, O0 Avenue, She an Me, Fab's Joy, Kay Ress, Polar Park also ran. Daily Double 541 paid S414. 40 3rd - 2,700, clmg, J44YO, 1 mile Grand William (Arroyo) 7.20 4.40 2 80 Fletch (Tnnbaum) 3 40 2 20 Regent (Beech) 2 60 Time 1:35 4-5. Show Talk, Beggar Girl, Blue Sunday, East Hickman, Fairminary, Battleship Gray also ran. 4th - 2,800, mdn,2YO, 6f a-Lover (Maple) 4. (Maple) 4.00 3 00 2 20 Gold and Black (Canllon) 21.00 10 20 El Princeville (Hole) 3 40 Time 1:10 3-5. Bold Best, Ace Flyer, Hoi Coals, Batik, Omaro, a-lntensitivo, Admiral Oaks, Menn Mar also ran. a-Bium-Olin entry. i200-252i with singles to Pete Revnolds 237 and Jame Whitney 235. AROUND THE LANES GARDEN LANES - P. and W. Wednesday Night Scratch: Jim Parker 590 i231i. Larrv Godbv 577 (215i, Charles Klunk 570 1211-2091. Rov Athev 243. Lerov Banks 231. Paul Klein 215 . P. and W. Aircrafters Monday Scratch: Roland Bailey 651 1 281-240). John Brent 590 i211i. Harvey Hopkins 555 H93i. Earl Alpaugh 213, Ernest Peloquin 211. Joe Tulino 210. . Women's league: Phyllis Bowman 493 172. Lois Bell 475 (198i. Faye Romano 471.- . Men's league: Tony Cacioppo 643 (234-234 . Bill Asburv 593 (215 1. Mel Campbell 554 (212). . T.N.T. league: Randv Bvrd 586 (218i. Herm Stevens 555 (202t. Al Gantz 519. Verlon'Crider 512 H99i.RanMagdar502(202). . RIVIERA LANES - Ball N' Chain league; Ange Sciaaca 618 1 224 1. Elwood Longdon 595 (204i, Frank Allen 556 (235i, John Petras 553 1 195 . Roy Molleniux 212. Rich Philbrick 204. Bruce Caddy. Peg Lowe 462 (202i. . .Scatterpins league: Evelyn Little 622 1I8I1. Muriel Sieburn 504 U87i. Nell Brown 487 18t, Jean Nowlin 470 U83i. Claire Bradv 188. . Community league: Bub Anderson 590 (262i. Earl Fennell 599 (210-225). Howard Brvdebell 588 ( 218), Tony Mancia 588 (202-208). Ralph Pierce 575 (234i. Tv Newman 212. Elwood Longdon 231. Mike Craffev 202. Walt Wirt 202. Roland Womack 202. . .Cinderella league: Mary Milling 501 (174i. Maxine Braido 494 (196), June Ackerman 476 H89i. Rickie Dressel 208. Jane Laffev 200. Lillian Tracev 180. . . MAJOR LEAGUE LANES - Major Ladies Trio 14 games): Dot Thomas 713 ( 200). Kitty Gilbert 678 (185). Amanda Trout 675 (190), Mae Davis 200, Jane Franklin 195, Gloria Collins 198.- . Star Roofing league: Chuck Tullis 548, Pete Waechter 526. Ann Ross 486. Blanche Simmons 205. Bob Simmons 204, D M. Cross 190. . . VERDES TROPICANA - Kay of Cee Mixed league: Don Neitz 558 (231). Frank Callebout 529 (205), John McMahon. 517 (211). Anita Lcmiux 492 (214). Rita Reed 464. Audrey Callebout 449. . Friday Morning Doubles (4 games): Hank Wilson 690 (226-. Monk Canavan 665 (200), Gen Peters 664 (204:. . .Bowling Belles: Alta Meredith 505 (200i, Sandy Stevens 469 (199). Roxann i--4?7xt8lT.t)ie1Ja-RArfeah 'Fletcher ITS. PhyliiT Mover" 177. . Tropicana Ladies Scratch league: Monk Canavan 561 (I96i. Glonda Jones 556 (204). Evelyn Cox 541 (I9li, Carolyn Darr 2ll. Dot Tidmarsh 200. Pat Parks 192. . Satellite league: Wavne Thornton 569 I234i, Frank Newton 564 (192), Russ Colby' 567 (200). Fred Sample 548 (214). Paul Riggs 543 (215). Mike Williams 518 (213i Atlantic Bank took over high game 927 and high series 2,632. OLD THOMPSON EiiflTUGKY BLEND also ran. m JilHVINH Entries season, but his ruthless discipline was responsible for the NCAA's cracking down on the school. Harding, who left LaSalle to coach in the ABA. revoked players' scholarships if they refused to put up with his harsh coaching techniques. Gola, a three-time All-America at Lasalle. will be a marked contrast to Harding. The affable former all-pro guard is a member of the Pennslyvania State House of Representatives and plans to retain his seat in addtion to the new job as coach of his alma mater. His job as coach shouldn't be that difficult as the Explorers return all five starters from last year's 20-8 squad, including Larry Cannon and Bernie Williams, two of the East's better performers. St. Bonaventure, which won 23 games in a row last season 'before ''bowing' ' in the' NCAA regional playoffs, has four regulars returning including. 6-foot-U center Bob Lanier, who averaged 26.2 points per game as a sophomore last season. Lanier and the Bonnies' relatively easy schedule look to be enough to place them high in the ratings this season. The best team in the East could turn out to be Boston College if injuries don't plague the Eagles like thev did last year. Billv Evans. Clear and last. Post 1:15 p m. EST By United Press International 9th - 4,000, ale, 3YO up, I 116 mi. Sufragio (Hole) 120 60 33 00 17.20 a-Receptive (McKeever) 18 40 16 20 a-Decision Yours ( Rubbico) 120 Time 1 44 3-5. Astreo. Tnsh M, Count Royal, Hardihood, Whisper Jet also ran A-L Dotson entry. 10th - 2,800, cl, 3A4Y0, 1 mi. 70 yds. Banker Barn (Maple) 7.20 4 60 3.40 Everlasting (Marquei) 4.60 4 20 Roving Star (Hidalgo) 3 80 T:r:it T:it -5. Viasty Fame, "Piiii s'Hi's'kr Native Witt, Scottish Moor, Cambridge Blue, No Hope, Hill Haste also ran Perfecta (6-4) paid $30.20 Atten. 6,609 Handle $646,730 2 yo mdns 6 fur (IB) 1 19 War Scholar 119 116 x Closing Punch 111 TELEVISION (Today) 11 p.m. PREP FOOTBALL -Seacrest at Lake Worth (Taped) 112) (Thursday) 12:15 p.m. NFL FOOTBALL (Doublchcadcr) Philadelphia at Detroit (4 and U1IF-34); 6 p.m. Washington at Dallas (4) 1:30 p.m. AFL FOOTBALL (Doubleheadcr) Houston at Kansas City; 4:15 Buffalo at Oakland 15-7) 3 p.m. NCAA FOOTBALL -Texas A. and M. at Texas ( 10-12 RADIO " f I'bffav'i" """ "" 7:45 p.m. PREP FOOTBALL -Seacrest at Lake Worth ( WDBF-1420) 7:45 p.m. ABA BASKETBALL Miami Floridians Oakland Oaks (WIIEW-1600) (Thursday) 9:30 a.m. PREP FOOTBALL -North Shore at Riviera Beach (W.I NO-123(1). 7.45 p.m. ABA BASKETBALL Floridians vs. Minnesota Pipers (WIIFW-lHIKIl. .. Wi3r .... .;. i. o rr ......... 1st J2.500 clmg Silver Mayking Intervener Miss xx Bel Set iFranr,e.s. P.eocel.. Johnathan Swift Truftling x Ocala Endevr Fantastikiss Little Shayner (12 Ghost Ghost ii. ..-.-. Pat 119 Lorda Lorda 116 x Ynot Gerry 114 Bridle N Bit 116 Burst In 116 Flapdoodle mim KENTUCKY GENTLEMAN O ' - - - . i i . . - .. VU Pr.f ,fl un $Jr iisi " 2nd J2.800 clmg 3 yo 6 fur (9) lopsys Song 110 All Magic Robust Fox 117 Athena Norte 106 Native Home 108 x Beck Oly 113 xx Jim Ryan Miss Apollo Vacant Ii VJHi 86 rr. Ky. Bourbon IgJia d, ms 149 f 1 l.l: k.j - f tT l l JUPITER LANES - Commercial league: Mark Young bio (247), Jack Wallkotte 593 (236). Turn Gouldman 555 (223). Dick Schmidtke 215. Harry Allen 209. Jerry Williams 203. . American Music Classic: Bill Asburv 654 (225-217-212). Chuck Amnions 641 (220-213-208). Stu Gongaware 590 (209). Rav N'obitz 225. Wes Ar-rance 202. . Selections By The Associated Press 1- Ocala Endeavour, Silver Mayking, War Scholar 2- Robost Fox, Vacant, Athena Norte 3- Tuf Flash, Royal Debra, Ute Khal 4- Frank Lynch, SunburnDr J Lee 5- Larry's Fortune, Mid Montana, Johnny Boy 2nd e-Dark Nile, Manhandler, Mr Memphis 7- Este Noche, Dot's Oancer, Road To Home 8- Sky Sailor, Handsome Count, Mar-cia's Mistake 9- Codornu, Regal Hostess, Lady Ebony 10- John's Nell, Correldee, Landholder Best Bet-Codorniz A1A Kil l l.sKMKNT 100 Grain l'A IM AMBASSADOR I mm scotch GILBEY'S AMI a This Is Th I Yr. 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