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C2-?alra Beach Post, Thursday, Nov. 28. 1968 The Hollywood Touch Score Board NBA Roundup ARTHUR DALEY New York Time Eastern Division Won Lost Pet. Benmd 16 5 762 - 13 5 722 1 : 11 S 688 2. 12 6 667 2 j 9 10 474 6 9 13 409 9 ; Baltimore Boston Philadelphia Cincinnati Detroit New ork Western Oivision -,--t' -" v- -. . ' fc-'ll,:'" 4 -' T - , r ' - - V J ; - j ' . .: .. -r- . . : - ' j 700 526 LOS Ange'es San Francisco Atlanta San Diego Seattle Chicago 455 450 346 318 294 7 , Phoenu Tuesday's Results " V iVilM I' CAT! V"'"'""5tfi nowhere in the first half. The Rams were beating us. 14-0. and that was an unbeatable score in those days. We just weren't used to the intense heat and all our regulars were showing signs of wilting in the first half. So Greasy decided to rest some of them in the second half and give a few scrubs a chance to get in some much needed work. Who was his quarterback? It was a little lefthander from Brooklyn. Allie Sherman. "I've never been able to understand how it happened. But it got our ball club moving. Every time I'd glance toward the sidelines. Greasy would be standing there, shaking his head in disbelief. We began to score and he left me in there. "One play I remember above all the others. I was supposed to fake a hand-off to Steve Van Buren into the line and then fade a pitch-out to Bosh Pritchard going wide. Once those two fakes had the Rams properly confused, I was supposed to throw a pass. "But 1 bolluxed it. I faked to Van Buren. But as I whelled to fake the pitch-out to Pritchard I saw Jack Ferrante, our tight end, all alone over the middle near the goal-line. I forgot about the second fake and threw Ferrante the worst, wobbliets pass any quarterback ever threw. It hung in the air and five defenders had time to hit him before he came down with the ball. He carried them with him into the end zone. He sure was mad when he next spoke to me. '"You little squirt. What are you trying to do. get me killed'.'' he said. "Oh. well, we won the game. 25-14. I thought I'd be the starting quarterback next week. But Greasy was too smart for that. I only got in to hold the gall for touchdow n conversions. " Detroit 134, San D.ego 120 Baltimore 102, Atlanta 99 New York 104 Los Angeles 100 Philadelphia 126. Phqenn H9 Seattle 99. CTucago n Only gam" srhpdi.led Wednesday's Games New York at Boston San Deyo vs Baltimore at Detroit Phoenix at Detroit Cincinnati at Atlanta Chicago at San Francisco Only games scheduled Thursday's Games Los Angeles at Pndadeiphia Milwaukee at Seattle Oniv games scheduled Friday's Games Los Angeles at Boston Detroit vs Cincinnati at Cleveland Phoenix at Baltimore Chicago at San Diego Milwaukee at San Francisco Only games scheduled r.i t vi.-' . r . x 1 r By ARTHUR DALEY (CI N. Y. Tim Htm Scrvicl NEW YORK Fro football continues to use scripts that have obviously been borrowed from demented Hollywood writers in the last stages of delirium tremens. It came up with a dilly at the Los Angeles Coliseum the other day. Not only was the plot completely implausible but it had a teasing extra twist to it because the stunning denouement came just before the final fadeout. This may be proper enough for movies but it jars the oewaht-sis out of football fans who still find it difficult to accept last-minute heroics as within the realm of possibility. But they're learning and fast. A week ago the New York Jets yielded two touchdowns within the space of nine seconds just before the end. Even the collegians are muscling into the act as Harvard demonstrated by tying Yale as the clock ran out. The New York Giants were being beaten by tbe Los Angeles Rams, 21 to 14, when Fran Tarkenton took over to bring about a 21-21 tie with only 40 seconds remaining. That seemed to settle it. But it didn't. With improbable swiftness the rams swooped within field-goal range and Bruce Gossett booted a 36-yarder to win 24-21 with only four seconds to go. Thereupon 68,534 eye-witnesses and millions of televiewers slumped back in their seats, emotionally exhausted. If nothing else, this demonstrated how far the Giants have come in the two years since the Rams utterly humiliated them, 55-14, in their last meeting. It may also have demonstrated how-much further they have to go before they reach championship stature. But they keep edging ever closer. "Perhaps we caught Dallas unawares a couple of weeks ago," said Allie Sherman, letting realism replace his normal optimism. "We beat the Cowboys because they weren't ready to believe we were as good as we are. But this also meant that we didn't sneak up on the Rams. They knew. "But what pleases me most is that we also have acquired confidence in our abilities. The boys see and feel and know the capacities they now have. As important to me as our Dallas victory was the fact that we were able to make the big comeback to tie the score when we were down. It was a shame to lose after something like that. I didn't realize until afterward that we were hit by 12 penalities, three of them moving us out of field-goal range." Next on the schedule is Cleveland with six straight victories. The Jets will be at home against Miami when the eastern championship should be wrapped up in a neat, complete package. The way things are developing the big game of the year will reach your TV screen on Dec. 15 when the Rams entertain the Baltimore Colts. This should be a ring-tailed wow. The memory of the Ram-Giant game will never be erased from the Sherman mental file, but he still has one fonder recollection of a joust with the Rams. In a more relaxed mood than he is now, he was able to talk about it a few days before he departed for the Coast. "It was in 1946,'' he said, "when I was with the Philadelphia Eagles. Greasy Neale. a great man, was our coach and he had two fine quarterbacks in Roy Zimmerman and Tommy Thompson. The only thing Greasy would trust me to do was hold the ball for conversions alter the touchdown. "It was our first trip to the Coast and the Eagles were going mwvv.. g mmmt rrri tii'K M Mi 'in. ABA Roundup Eastern Division Won Lost Pet. Behind lAPWIrcpkoul RECORD-BREAKING RECEIVER - The fantastic Sellers became all-time Florida State flanker Ron Sellers juggles yardage leader with 3,385 yards as the five footballs during practice as he six foot fpir komg;e kpomts caigjt 14-shows what it takes to catch five touch- passes for 260-yards. Sellers was named downs against Wake Forost Saturday. Associated Press lineman of the Week. FSU's Thanksgiving 7 5 Mi nnesota Miami Kentucky New York Indiana 667 b8J I 500 2 467 2 ; 250 6 NHL Roundup 12 East Division W L T Pts. Western Division Oakland Match Signed BALTIMORE (AP - Sonny Liston, former world heavyweight boxing champion, will meet Amos Lincoln of Las Vegas, Nev. Tuesday, Dec. 10 at the Baltimore Civic Center as part of a closed circuit television doubleheader to be topped 875 538 500 462 JO0 273 Los Angeies New Orleans Denver Daitas Houston GFGA 63 43 58 45 67 42 46 45 74 59 61 53 59 38 41 59 45 60 37 57 42 70 43 65 Montreal New Yrrk Boston Toronto Chu ago Detroit St LOUIS Los Angeles Minnesota Philadelphia Oakland 12 4 3 13 6 0 12 5 2 9 6 3 10 8 I 7 7 3 West Division 9 6 4 7 10 2 6 112 .611 2 5 13 3 3 12 3 ish: Houston Win by the Joe Frazier-Oscar Bon- ittsDurgh Tuesday's Results The machine has averaged 576 1 yards per game, a record in the NCAA. This will be the eighth for the two schools and Flor Wednesday's Games Oakland 121, New Orleans 108 Denver 115. Dallas 109 Minnesota 119, Kentucky 108 Only games scheduled Today's Games Los Angpies at Kentucky Oaniana tit Miami Denver at Houston Dahas at ir-diana Minnesota at New York Only g.imps scheduled Thursday's Games Daitas at New York Minnesota at Miami Only games scheduled Friday's Games Los Angeles at Indiana Oakland at Kentucky Denver at New Orleans Only games scheduled avena heavyweight title match from Philadelphia's Spectrum. Willie Gilzenberg, co-promoter with Eli Hanover of the Baltimore show, confirmed the 10-round match Wednesday which he said had been approved by D. Chester O'Sullivan, chairman of the Maryland State Athletic Commission. No games uhfduied Wednesday's Games Montreal at Los Angeles Toronto at Pittsburgh Chicago at New York Boston at St Louis Detroit at Philadeiph.a Oakland at Minnesota Thursday's Games St Louts at Detroit Pittsburgh at Chicago Only games scheduled Friday's Games Montreal at Oakland Only game scheduled Sellers won the all-time National Collegiate Crown last week in yards gained via passes with 3. .'184. bettering Tulsa's Howard Twillcy's old mark with still one game to go. His five touchdown catches against Wake Forest last week ties him with Twilley. who turned the trick against Louisville in 19B5. Houston sports a crushing offense featuring a powerful option play sparked by All American fullback Paul Gipson, 210-pound speedster who has rushed for 1.386 yards and 11 touchdowns this season. He averages 6 5 yards per trv. Drawn. ida .State hasn't won one yet. although they tied in 1964 and 1965. "This is our big game now that we've played Florida's Gators early in the season," Peterson said. The Seminoles lost to the Gators 9-3. They started their comeback after that until they were dumped by Virginia Tech, but have been riding high ever since. The comeback will be complete with a victory over Houston giving them an 8-2 record. r liv JACK IIARPfcR TALLAHASSEE lAKNi -When the Klurida State Semi-noles pray over their Thanksgiving turkey today they'll he including a little wi.-,h for a victory over the Houston Cougars in .Jacksonville Friday night. The comeback Cinderella squad, termed by Coach Bill Peterson the best he has ever handled, will leave for Jacksonville via bus at 9 : :0 a.m. today and will have Thanksgiving dinner at !he Holiday Inn on Alternate Houte A1A. This afternoon iyou guessed it i they'll watch the football game on television, probably Texas A&M vs Texas, and have an evening workout in Gator Bowl. Friday night they'll keep their date with destiny on the Gator :'owl turf against 10th ranked uston before a crowd of more ..ian 10.000. "We'll have to plav an inspired game and they'll have to have an off nieht for us to win." I'tterson said Wednesday. But the experts rate the pass-oiiented Seminoles only a seven-p.jint underdog. Both teams hold a bevy of records. FSU's hopes rest on the remarkable passing combination of quarterback Bill ('apple-man and All-American Flanker Hon Sellers 3323 SOUTH DIXIE UfrCT DAI kA BE Am - FREE PARKING - 5214 BROADWAY WEST PALM BEACH CASH and CARRY Goalie's Nerves Okay On Ice, But In Air. . . THURS., FRL & SAT J&. OPEN THANKSGIVING DAY 9 A.M. TO 7 P.M. MM RSTISBS YELLOWSTONE STR. KY. BOURBON 86 PROOF mut::i:al iaPi - Sam Pollock, the Montreal Canadians noneral manager, hoped to meet uiih lus plane-shy goal-toiiding eleran, Lome "Gump" Worsley to discuss the reasons why Worelev left the club in H S ii 86 PROOF 8 YEARS OLD 6 YEARS OLD Chicago Tuesday night after a bumpy flight from Montreal. 1 he Canadiens were en route to Los Angeles for a Wednesday CARSTAIfiS night engatement with the Kings when Worsley, Ii9, made his decision to return to Montreal by t rain. Worsley. who has won almost every goaltending award available since his first two pro g raines during the 1949-50 season with New Haven of the American Hockey League, has become increasingly averse to flying over the last two season. The National Hockey League's expansion program requires extensive air flights to the distant league cities. Prior to expansion, the Canadians made most of their trips by train. Pollock said Wednesday he had only spoken to Worsley for "a minute ' from Chicago s airport and could not ascertain whether the fear of flying was Worsley 's onlv worrv. Dog Racing m Id 99 is nJJ W 1J FIFTH Miami Biscayne Track Results FULL QUART FIFTH HI) ST - Doubles; 5 pts 1 OrOe-Vicandi 3 40 ; Torres EWnndfl 0 LODPtrgui-Pedro 5 10 7 80 6 40 6 10 II 00 FIFTH Doubles; 5 pts 5 Lopetegui-Arrsate 10.80 4 40 3 20 6 2 Orbe-l.u'S 3.20 3 20 5 4 Apin-Lasarte 2 40 4 Outniela (2-SI S23.20 Perlecta (5-2) $93.40 SIXTH - Doubles; Spts 4 Zaguirre Jose 10 20 5 06 2 20 6 3 Azpin Eguia 6 40 2 60 5 2 Ramon Suri 2 60 4 (Uimela (3-41 439.80 Perlecta (4-3) 482.50 0.nmi.a (3-7) HI 40 U COND- DouDlev Spts .irL'C-l.uu 12 00 69: 5 40 3 60 5th WALKER'S DeLUXE 8 Yr 4 9 to crt-vtyTiifi r .! Atftl.J 3 40 4 70 ). i: 'In ( 1-71 SS7.H0 Ptrlecta (7-1) 1168.40 5th J. W. DAMTBBN 100 Pr 469 5th MacARTHUR'S SCOTCH 85 Pr. 3" 5th CHIYAS REGAL 12 Yr 7" 5thSC Yr. 3 H 5th SEAGRAM'S V.0. 6 Yr i. r I.. ,3-, l ( 1-7 ) 1-108.80 7.S540 i HIHD --- SinglM; 6 pts Hi 'to 1 1 40 5 20 4 40 8 '. Z.i'1 irre 5 40 4 80 8 1 Ut.K i.i i B0 7 Ouiniel,! (S-4U67.00 FOURTH - Doubles; S pts J9S Jci-Alcsi Roundup I DeXUYPER GREEN or WHITE CREME De MENTKE 39 W FIFTH ONI KtMT niAn I In UUUNAU V.&.U.r.f J AlfMandro-Aretio 11 40 5 00 5 40 3 20 6 3 00 5 1 Oltltiarr -L ill. 2 F.ina Baranda 5th CHRISTIAN BROS. BRANDY... 9 40 i 71.00 10 West Palm Beach Fronton Oumi, ia (1-4) STI 00 Perfecta (4-1) OAILY DOUBLE (5-41 1140. yi99 LOCnAfl OKA SCOTCH LIQUEUR 99 Entries Selections Entries IMPORTED FRENCH mm CHAMPAGNE N.V. BY CHIVAS REGAL FIFTH BOTTlf niLSIIIRE 1 - Orha, Caitle's Chartit, Bruce H. I - Poto, Candy Ring, Gleaming Lisa 3 - Zebulon, Pol Polly, Oboa$to 4 Some Stroll, May Lytint, J.N.'s Toyah !.ou 5 J.F.'i Amran, Getaway Trinket, Whirling Frank 6 - Countess Kathy, Homephde, EHenbe 7 Helen Leonard, Mon Petit, Castle's Time 8 - Shade DanreGetadle, Classy Commel 9 Juamta Fields, Caprioled, S.P. Hondo 10 - Triple Rocket, After Five Date, Reba H. II Brendan, Supper Club, Risstt 2Teab'ScoH, Barney Whatt, Hanky Doll HUDSON'S BAY SCOTCH 86.8 PROOF Gift ANCIENT AGE STR. KY. BOURBON - 86 PR. 6 YEARS OLD POT STILLED CHARCOAL FILTERED u tUMIM')1' I 2V 29 999 99 FIFTH til J FULL ml FULL n QUART QUART Ut - 5-1. 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CD Alter Five Date Crony Eddie tlth-B.C., C Fla(elM) Zelda'sPnde Whirling Frank R'sset Getaway Trinket Happened J F s Amran Bogan J A s King (M) Zeadie WalieyCole Triple Star B J s Hit Record Brendan 4th - B.C., B Lady senator Honepnde 17th BC.,C O D s Daisey Bob's Oveta Another Regret Hanky Doll EftenDee Southline JF's Royal Ann Tcabiscuit Cnuntess Kathy J ' Scope ,,ggy MlSSlle ROtK Substance Caviled Barney Whatt 69 1 5th TAYLOR WINES STOCX VERMOUTH SWEET OR DRY 5th LIEBFRAUMILCH IMPORTED.. 1 09 5th MATEUS ROSE WINE 1 99 5th CHERRY KIJAFA WINE 1 99 5th MARSALA ALMOND 1" 5th CRUSE SPARKLING BURGUNDY 4 1 69 i 30-OZ Ex-Falcon In Grey Cup W ay no (iiardino, 1 o rmer Forest Hill High and Florida State University football star, will play in the Grey Cup Championship, title game in the Canadian Pro Football League, on Saturdav in Toronto. Giardino played a key role in Ottawa's Rough Riders gaining the Grey Cup finals. In a two-game series against Toronto. Ottawa lost 13-11 and won 34-14. becoming the winner on total points. Giardino played some at cornerbacker and three periods at fullback tor Ottawa. Calgary is the Grey Cup opponent for the game Saturday on a neutral field in Toronto. Waynes father. Maurice Giardino. will leave today to attend the game and will be joined in Toronto by another son, Robbie, also a Forest Hill grad. now playing at Marshall University in West Virginia. FIRSt-SPoints Fana-Egana Aleiandro-Ugarte Oiabarrt-Vicandt Torrn-Baranda Egurbide-Luis Orbe-Pedro Antonto-Aretio Lopetegui-Las arte SECOND i Points Olabarri-Pedro Torres-Vicandi Fana-Aretio Lopetegui -Ugarte Egurbtde-Egana Aieiandro Lasarte Antonio-Luis Orbe-Baranda THIRD Points Ulacia Eguia Jose Zaguirre Trejo Uriiar Roberto FOURTH -5 Points Torres -Ugarte Fana-Pedro Olabarn-Luis Aleiandro-Baranda Egurbide-Vicandi Orbe-Egana FIFTH 5 Point! Col I -A ret io Lopetegui-Arrasate Ulacia-Luis Orbe-Andrade Ramon Lasarte Arttonio-Suri SIXTH S Points Urnar-Andrade Azpiri-Leiarcegui Treio-Jose Ramon-Ormaia Roberto-Eguia 7aguirre-lraola SEVENTH S Points Torr-Pedro Fana-Luis Lopetegui-Egana A'eiandro-Aretio Olabarri-Lasarte Egurbide-Baranda Antomo-Vicandi Orbe-Ugarte EIGHTH S Points Aipin-Arrasate Coll-Egu'a U'acia-Jose" Roberto-Suri Treio-Ormaza Zaguirre-Leiarcegui NINTH S Points Coll-Andrade Uriiar-lraola Ramon-Suri A;piri-Ormaia Treio-Letarcegui Zaguirre-Arrasate TENTH -5 Points Aleiandro-Pedro OtabarrtEgana Fana-Baranda Antonio-Ugarte Torres -A ret io Orbe-Vicandi Lopetegui-Luts Egurbide-Lasarte ELEVENTH -7 Points Coil-Jose Ulacia-Arrasatt Ajpiniraola Uriiar-Suri Ramon-Leiarceguf Zaguirro-Andrade Treio-Eguia Roberto-Ormaia 49 QT. J.W. DANT LIQUEURS AND FRUIT BRANDIES . . . .3 SOUTHERN 1 SfliOM VODKA 80 PROOF RON R1G0 nun LIGHT OR DARK 1 COMFORT 1 f u Indian River Scouts To Hold Banquet MIAMI A 14-horse contin tfent for trainer Lou Goldfine 100 PROOF J 11 including the stakes winning juvenile Indian Emerald, bedded down at Gulfstream Park Tuesday and brought the ''TAr;v n)79 nil rami Hi f nil,"" mi l; j ru track's equine population just two short of the 1.000 mark. The arrival of Indian Emerald, which finished first Nov. 16 in the Kentucky Jockey Club Stakes only to be disqualified and placed second to Traffic Mark, put the winners of both divisions of the To Market Stakes in training at G fstream. FULL QUART Marine Weather Small boat forecast for the Florida lower east coast through the Bahamas as far as Nassau and southward through the Florida straits Thursday. Seas four to seven feet. Inland waters choppy to rough. t FIFTH FIFTH

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