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Palm Beach Post, Thursday, Nov. 28, 1968- 3 ---r V -f r fcAi PRO FOOTBALL V f By Elinor Kaine 'If Xj- , -. a. - K,f.-. ": A j . . . " -VX i 1 J A .4 , . i h 1 a , r V "sv J I AS) " St -: V A ' '.. ' f . ali...MLrm,,t NFL Baltimore 24 - Atlanta 10 at Baltimore Norm Van Brocklin has the Falcons all fired up. Baltimore, on the other hand, may be looking ahead to their Packer game next Saturday. Earl Morrall has been playing well but John Uni-tas has been throwing farther and may get into action. The Falcons and Colts have met four times and the colts had an easy time in only one of those games. Falcons may come closer than you think. St. Louis 28 Pittsburgh 17 at Pittsburgh The Pittsburgh pass defense is such that the Cardinals should have a fine afternoon in the air. The Steeler fans will all be wondering why their former fine cornerback, and chicken chef. Brady Keys is playing for the other team. Now that's a tough question to answer. Chicago 20 New Orleans 14 at New Orleans The Saints are favored by a TO, mostly because they're playing at home, but the Bears desperately need a change of scene. About the Bears, any change has got to be an improvement. They used to bounce back after a terrible beating, didn't they? Cleveland 35 New York 14 at Cleveland. The Giants may be down after their super effort against the! Rams. Almost everyone has been able to run against the Giants all season. Why should that change when Lerov Kelly is the guv with the bain Green Bay 28 - San Francisco 20 at San Francisco. Barring the usual floods and mud in Kezar Stadium the 49ers should be able to run against the Pack; hasn't everyone? But everyone has been,scoring against San Francisco, even the Steel-ers. And Green Bay kept Bart Starr benchbound last week in Washington, saving him for San Francisco. Minnesota 17 Los Angeles 13 at Minnesota. Man for man and pound for pound the Rams and the Vikings are about equal except for Minnesota's fullback Bill Brown. Brown gives the Vikes an edge. The weather, if it's really cold will be another plus for Minnesota. Perhaps this one will end in a tie, 0-0. AFL New York 35 Miami 17 at New York. Jets will probably have a let down, but Miami hasn't much defense. New York has. San Diego 21 - Denver 20 at Denver. San Diego has injuries and will miss Dick Post. The Chargers are sitting ducks for a grand collapse and Denver has always been a thorny foe for San Diego. Boston 21 - Cincinnati 10 at Boston. Raquel Welch could pass against the Patriots but no one has been terribly successful against Boston on the ground. We shall see how the Bengals rookie sensation Paul Robinson makes out Boston was very conservative last Sunday not wanting to risk Jim Nance's muscle pull. What are they saving him for1 Egad! There are only two games left. Charley Long is pretty, and everybody loves him. but at fullback??? Charley is an offensive lineman! It Nafcy plays, and Nick Buontconti comes back to stop Paul Robinson, the Patriots will surprise the halt a dozen fans in Fenway Park and win one! YEA, TEAM THUD! . . . Then Kennedy Scores ... CO, DEVILS . . . Janice Rose Cheers Team Roost' v clt High Sonj; I.t iiili r I Horse Racing Baby Seminoles Favored Against Florida Frosh GOLF SCENE By Chuck Voorhis , Entries Tfootcal Efrtfien for ThursfldV Clear and l.'t F;.t 1:1 pest By United Mress inieri,uonal Results Wftointr Clear. Trach f:rst. 1st-$3,00. ctrmi, ?YO, 6 'itrigngs Silver Matr;nij I Pdrl t r aiJ Intervener (Per rett 4 r.j Ghost Ghost (Hi&ilu) 1 S w if Sv P..-U M D it Tell 0 W v.J M4 Twr, Ar r, Mt,tt'-l'r) '. iJ Npi' I ft! IM Mr, Tihov li.lM:s II.LK - Before sitting down to the annual (iator Thanksgiving Day dinner, the Florida tresbiiian football team hopes to polish oft the Baby Seminoles hum Tallahassee at 10 a.m. on Florida Field. The task lacing the Baby (iator- is big Since losing their opening game to (iordon Mili-tai Aeadenn . the Seminoles have djiwrtcll Georgia Tech. Southern Mississippi, lost to the l'niersii 'id Miami Meanwhile the (iator lrosh haw indented Auburn an-l Georgia and dtopped a 20 li game to the Bain liin t'icaiies The Seminoles feature Cecil Kent at quarterback. The 6-3, 190-pounuer from. Tampa, has looked exceptional in Florida State victories. Much ot Florida States success has been with their running game. Paul Magalssi and Tony Chadwicn have lean the Semi-noie running attack. Against Southern Mississippi. Ohndwick rushed jor 11)2 yards and two lo ichdow ns. ' Florida State has a fast im-prowng team, says Ireslmian coieh .Jimmy Hay ties. 'They st irted the season slow but have cone on very strong and I pre-diei a tough battle tor the Thanksgiving Day game." Go Pros May Bury Hatchet The lend lu'twtvn thf I';a and the rebel AI'C could coino to its ;intM.im...x m Scottsdale. An., nest week where the $50,000 I'liA cluh championship is to he played. And that anti-climax could be an aureeinent to bury the hatchet - not in each other, bill in the uoodihed where i! belongs - and promptly lei lii n to pliivinf ."oil instead of (ithi me. nmei:H4-S. Bet Set, Frances Reqn-n, (; a.i t niU'-vour. Fantastic, Little Stuynpr, wart Scholar, Cloiinq Punch, Mm i'ac, flyrit: Inaho ran. 2nd 53,800, clmq, 3YO, 6 rurtoptr.. Vacant (Hoi) 'i W I .JO S.1U RoOust Fox (Maplei ,'.60 ? MJ . Native Home drVetlerl 9 f , Timel;liiM ! Topsy's Scq, Jt"' Pyan. (V. , Apiiio, All Magic, Bh C.v jo rjn Daily Dot-Mi-1 pan);l,C SO j 3rd3,TM,cl, ;'VC '.p I mi. Turf Flash ir-vmarn M iMti ? ' Edenic I PwrM ' '.' ' ii') Ktnever P.iq t v wr.i Time t - tft !-! Tt,j?n ''r -1 fv ! Behra, Aller-ed, R l Lmk V'j ,," ith - 3.1(H), Ait rvc ft t. ! T.m.is Vinv- V, m 1 K , . - . Fitulti'SS A rf. '' .'j' .i h Ur J Lop Sa',v;. i Timp ' 1 1 W.fif.'iv; ' r ! . ' ; t r-dberti. i.un."j!.".tr :-!(' ;'!',(. s j; burn al',c : .mi 4 ; 1 lu re as a mcetiiiR in Miami this week in which the new ' Vi, president I.eo Fraser and the l'(i V Attorney Bill Rogers, went into a huddle with (iardner Dickinson. Al'(; president, : ! Jack Nk klaiiv its vice president and the Ai't; attorney Sam ' dales The air was not stormy and out of the session tame the leelniK that a settlement could be reached. The club toui naineiil starts two days alter a Federal Appeals ! Court in Philadelphia is expected to rule on the I'dA's petition for i;an injunction that would restrain the Al'(i from making tourna-( nu fit atreements with I'liA tournament sponsors. The decision in "Mills appeal will have a vital bearing on the settlement talks. . . ?Yf IPan American Tire Co! 5TM ?,M0, tIJYCup 1' Play Fdf iSHf-) Johnny Boy ?'u1 unno t Parar (Caoiritit-Hi Timt f 42 4 S Pfw,.r. Sui. indi, i an y's F uriu-ic Shotal'iO ran jtti." Vital I my 3 uo 4 tor ( 12) 1 It Hnimt N Cay TV I '6 ")y A GILLETTE SPORTS SPECIAL ATH --2,800. CI.2YO, )r;': ! Blue D-irlir,.; ifvir-yw! :.' F a jsrwft' i M.'if : UaiK Nile (Hf'Hii 1 ilTi..' 1 4.! Mr Wet K nave, Marth.-indler, jiici'i Cards, Shaba sh aisu ran 7TH 3,700, ale, 3YO,6f. Roao To HfCii- . frj., : If t;ajin k'ri'i'-'.t iV, .f-i Ain.jnibr.1 , C.r in ;" ' '. .' , ! irne 1 (IV 4 N.iMii fi.tt 1 , f Jot's IMIK f." . I h t ' Biq Perfer.ta i i . f ,ii 3th - J.WJ0, r-lc , ;MV'.', . mi Va(lO"ioV t',,.,- , v 1 ' 1 .'. ,A'ty i.jliT '(.:,n, ; ) it'.-- ! 10 r iV . iil it. 'v r ''. i Sponsors Could End It All . . . Max Klbin. in one ol his talks to delegates, before retiring as president at the annual meeting of the PGA here two weeks ago, said the inability of the sponsors to get together and act as a unit, helped widen the split between the two groups. The sponsors came up with two plans, both of which were ;.o.n'd clown b the Al'li. Then the sponsors decided to act individually in the matter of arranging for tournaments. Mam w i lit along with the AI'G, a few stayed with the I'CiA while two others dropped tournament plans completely. 'I hi- ,i r-it ii.it n in where the sponsors could have stepped in and k 1 1. k i the Ii.miIs ol both tioiins together bv agreeing TO r.WCKI. A I I, Tnt KWMKNTS INTII, TI1K WAKRI.Nfi I'AR- TirN'.ornniKTHKH. ki' k in the pockethonk would have hurt the touring pros mere than it would have the I'd A. iJMh siiles apparently want to end then' diilrronces. Hut the I'l. insists it has made all the concessions it will to the touring pros and the Al'li is just as insistent that it will stand firm in its position of complete control ol its tournaments including a majority membership on the tournament committee. Obviously the answer has to lie a compromise. And the comprise answer could be agolt czar. ISoth sides are thinking along the same line, which adds hopes for a settlement . . m rx; U :aa.:.: IT ; ..' t.,M ' .Sfa'f.- ,V&Z VJK' ' -in timu I Ov "t '. Co Windy I -id.' 1 J'! r r." i I -.7.oox 13 It f.rl. - l , , I ; 5.60 x 13 1 I 6.00 x 13 1 f . . j 5.60 x 15 6.50 x 13 vAMfi imm 6.00 15 it- m -..-i ICTH- - 3,300, ct 3YO u, 1 mi (,, )erry i V.i'-dy Stun' !.t ' Huf.ipiu.'n i.lht.jr.p) I () F',V'W''iV .la. K if'iM', t) Timp I 4; L .j-tdholdi'r, Iji-nij. vc" chfjrcd, Jonr', Nvd i' i" .-'(j.-c ,i ".).. 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Hi, immediate top challenger is liruce Flrisher of Miami, the I S. amateur champion. Marlene Stteit ol Totonto will be going after her third win in this eu ni She won it in IM.") and IDnii but placed third in I!lfi7 belaud liebbie Austin of Oneida. N Y. and Sandia Tost, also of Totonto. both ot whom h,i e since turned professional. Py rhf Asoci,'trd Prev. 1 velvrf Shwn, Mnu Tt'ff. v'-rjr ;J . 2- Amdi wnnnq, T mm s mission L in amo . Gent ; 3- Seventh Heaven, Lorit b.irtm, ftn i mir?i clovtf 4- Harmony Atjain, Hrutil, Sails Pnh 5- Hravt- GP'Jk, M.s', t'reolp, Pfiurn Pleasure fr -Sole! ?nd, insigne-'nd, Top fly Host 7- Snai, Hath, Tu he Trouble. Sky,ii 8- Nftet-'leson, Ovation, jtMor 9- -jotlvston?, Amber Pe.d. Ounh-'n 1 10-Bnan Kelly, L.ttlv Mis V,-jler.; Gotta Smq Beit (lt: Joilystcne d i'V the local l 'liambet I lidie. 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HHlM I lit I riim U-llirn1 I CarnMirtuI utt t C(ird 01 "'irinl'-B ill Mtil'i ' Kii'l i Hit Carmm tei(J)r ilt" frict It tht hint ( ilitmtit - Nil lilt Putt Hi I'l frici Ml I ., vVnjf L""'X'..i.h., II '.t!iC!i-.'l,....yh I As soon as the presentation ceremony is over at the conclu- sj -y c,.e:;orv, Mis j sllin ,, (oui iiiiment at Hollywood Lakes Country Club, aiii'i ot Vve t 1 'aln i stalls tod;iy. the lady pro golfers will start heading for k oV.t tbi- oyei'iil ! i,,M,,. a v er v I ii'ed sound ol elnbsuani'ers CHINCH BUGS? SOD WORMS? phone T0OASELL0 585-2551 lie.ieh HO -poijin! SIX leadei ii. v. i oi.n.'e ii .n TertV Kll'e ma;, id ih- m MONEY DOWN MONTHS TO PAY illlli,if J bman is the chair iiiim.il event that until Match 1. v ill . oi'ttnu CHOOSE VIDE OVALS TO s ' X "SPORT UP" YOUR CAR Kiithv Uhitworth, who won the Louise Suggs tournament at the Fine Tree Club last Sunday, said she was very tired. She had played in 29 tournaments and won 10 of them, since the tour began hist March in St. Petersburg. Kathy will head for Dallas and Christmas shopping. Kathy Cornelius, lormerly of Lake Worth, where she was a pupil of Vic Bass, will head lor California to join her husband Bill with whom she shares the operation ol the (ireen Tree (loll and Tennis Cluh . . Balm Barnett, another tourist, was talking about her practice program When she s feeling physically sound, she practices six hours a day. "Hut it doesn't do a bit of good to work out when von re tiled It would seem the gals start and end their tour in Florida. Alter the St. Fete event, they played at Fort Malabar and then in the Palm Beach Open at Cypress Creek. Then after louring around the continent, which included two slops in ( anada. and mure in California, they came back to start the wind up ot their season at Pensaeola, Delray Beach, and Hollywood - .T? 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