Tallahassee Democrat from Tallahassee, Florida on October 22, 1978 · 38
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i' i- P a k it S' IOC Sunday, October 22, 1978 Touching the bases in modern-day World Series Development of the jet airplane made it possible for baseball to expand to the Pacific Coast. Teams fly back and forth across the United States and think nothing of it ... a far cry from the day when all big-league ball was east of the Mississippi except St. Louis, which was just across the river. " I flew out to Los Angeles for the last two playoff games, and then, drove up to San Francisco. Because of the three-hour difference in time, and the demand to get the World Ser- ies games on TV during prime time in the East, I saw the first two World Series games in the hotel overlooking the Golden Gate. Then out to dinner. Games three and four I saw in Tallahassee. NBC called after I got back and wanted me on the Tomorrow Show for Monday. I missed seeing game five on television because I was on the plane headed again to Los Angeles. Just as well. If I had to miss one, that was the best one to avoid. I got home Tuesday night, in time to see most of the finale. mil u Red Barber Catbird Seat I congratulate the Yankees, and especially manager Bob Lemon. The players went to work only when Lemon put his calming hand on the troubled club. The Yankees are professionals, but were so busy fighting among themselves they hadn't time to battle the Red Sox on the field. Lemon settled down the team, and kept it settled. Craig Nettles was a star at third base, and turned the Series around with one fine play after another. It is exciting to see a man play third base as he did reminding me of Pie Traynor of Pittsburgh, Billy Cox of the old Dodgers, Clete Boyer of the Yankees and, of course, Brooks Rcto-inson of the Orioles. Reggie Jackson is a money player. He had another great World Series with the bat. I would think Jackson should divide his World Series check with whomever got the American League , to legalize the DH (designated hitter). The commissioner has ruled that the DH is legal every other World Series. The National League will have no part of it in regular-season play. The DH was used this past Series, and Jackson took full advantage of it. He works in a league where he can do his speciality and not hurt his team with mediocre fielding and throwing. Don Drysdale, who used to pitch alongside Sandy Kouf ax for the Dodgers, hates the DH. Drysdale has been broadcasting the games with Jerry Coleman at San Diego six years. . .for which countless righthander batters are devoutly grateful. Drysdale was a head-hunter; he hit a record total of 154 batters. Drysdale said earlier: "Sure I hit guys on purpose. I had a 2-for-l rule. For every one of our guys who got hit, two of theirs went down." And the reason Drysdale deplores the DH, is that the pitchers don't come to the plate and Drysdale knew from the past that once you threw at the other pitcher, you stopped him throwing at your teammates. This past World Series, in my mind, turned on one play, on one throw. In game four the Dodgers were ahead and Jackson was on first base. A soft line drive to shortstop Russell was dropped. Then Russell stepped on second for a force out, but threw into the dirt trying to double the batter at first base. Had he gotten the double play it would have ended the inning and cost the Yankees a run. The Dodgers might very well have held their lead and gone into a 3-1 edge in the Series, which would have been entirely different than 2-2. However, Jackson did his belly dance. He got his right hip in front of the bouncing ball, deflected it, a run scored and the World Series began coming apart for the Dodgers. My point about this is that infield-ers should throw at runners just as pitchers intimidate batters. Jackson, after the game, said with a pat smirk: "I froze." Had Russell thrown right at Jackson's head, he would not have "froze," he would have gone down, and the throw would have gone right into first baseman Garvey's mitt. You are not supposed to be nine little Lord Fauntleroys in a World Series game. Anyhow, it's over but not done with. The Yankees have some players I expect they wish to be rid of. Certainly the Dodgers have serious rebuilding to do. Keep in mind the Dodgers drew 3,347,845 paid at home this year the only time a team has gone over the 3-million mark. The daily average at Dodger Stadium was over 41,000. You can't draw at that staggering pace with a ball club that has failed the last two World Series and looked bad doing it. My guess, know ing Peter O'Malley and his chief assistant Al Campanis, they had a meeting on this very point bright and early Wednesday. My strongest memory of the recent days was in the tenth inning of the fourth playoff game when the Dodgers eliminated the Phillies. Playing centerfield for Philadelphia was Garry Maddox, one of the best fielders in baseball. Ralph Kiner, broadcasting on CBS Radio, said: "Two thirds of the earth is covered by water. Maddox covers the other third." Maddox, with two out, came in on a line drive at his knees, got both hands on it, and dropped it. This put the winning run at second. Russell rolled a single into centerfield, Maddox might have thrown out the runner at home, but Maddox let the ball go through him. The headline on the sports page of the Los Angeles Times the next morning read: "The Day Gary Maddox Dropped a Pennant." Having been around Mickey Owen, I know what Maddox will have to live with all his life. w--W-Wifflwifmninimvl .. vri-.iiV' -"i ,",ri--i'rf-"ylY","--,v"IWtv C FOOTBALL 3 NFL standings American Conference East W L T Pcf. PF PA Miami 5 2 0 .714 169 105 New England 5 2 0 .714 140 110 N.Y.Jels 4 3 0 .571 169 139 Baltimore 2 5 0 .286 105 198 Buffalo 2 5 0 .286 137 172 Central Pittsburgh 7 0 0 1.000 185 77 Cleveland 4 3 0 .571 121 114 Houston 4 3 0 .571 110 110 Cincinnati 0 7 0 .000 69 144 West Denver 5 2 0 .714 117 86 Oakland 5 2 0 .714 143 100 Seattle 3 4 0 .429 146 179 San Diego 2 5 0 .286 128 148 Kansas City 1 6 0 .143 100 178 National Conference East Washington 6 1 0 .857 142 98 Dallas 5 2 0 .714 160 96 NY. Giants 4 , 3 0 .571 136 128 Philadelphia 4 3 0 .571 133 119 St. Louis 0 7 0 .000 86 160 Central Green Bay 6 1 0 .857 172 111 Chicago 3 4 0 .429 112 112 Minnesota 3 4 0 .429 139 146 Tamoa Bay 3 4 0 .429 101 107 Detroit 1 6 0 .143 71 137 West Los Angeles 7 0 0 1.000 150 81 Atlanta 3 4 0 .429 89 113 New Orleans 3 4 0 .429 135 151 San Francisco 1 6 0 .143 94 140 Sunday's Games Chicago at Tampa Bay, 1 p.m. Cincinnati at Buffalo, 1 p.m. St.Louis at New York Jets, 1 p.m. Washington al New York Giants, 1 p.m. Philadelphia at Dallas, 2 p.m. San Diego at Detroit, 2 p.m. Green Bay at Minnesota, 2 p.m. Cleveland at Kansas City, 2 p.m. Miami at New England, 4 p.m. Atlanta at San Francisco, 4 p.m. Denver al Baltimore, 4 p.m. Oakland al Seattle, 4 p.m. New Orleans at Los Angeles, 4 p.m. Monday's Game Houston at Pittsburgh, 9 p.m. CFL standings EASTERN CONFERENCE W L T PF PA Ottawa 10 3 0 336 206 Montreal 6 7 1 275 - 280 Hamilton 4 8 1 192 318 Toronto 4 9 0 196 305 WESTERN CONFERENCE Edmonton Winnipeg Calgary British Columbia Saskatchewan 315 232 320 294 2 0 3 296 272 2 275 265 1 287 420 Saturday's Games Toronto al Montreal, late Ottawa at British Columbia, late Sunday's Games Calgary at Hamilton Winnipeg at Saskatchewan Prep scores NORTH FLORIDA Choclawhatchee 28 Millon 21 Gainesville 25 Orlando Edgewater 21 Ocala Forest 6 Stark 0 Chief land 33 Bronson 0 Mayo 16 Cross City 0 Hawthorne 38 Gainesville SS 12 Hastings 34 Keystone Heights 6 G'ville Oak Hall 8 St. Aug. St. Joe 6 Havana 19 Tallahassee Leon JV 12 Jax White 32 Jax Forrest 0 , Jax Raines 10 Jax Englewood 0 Jax Fletcher 14 Orange Park 9 i Jax Jackson 21 Jax Parker 7 Jax Bolles 14.... Palalka 10 Kenny 20 Clay 13 Dunnellon 36 Victory Christian 7 Jax U. Christian 51 Orlando Trinity 0 Miami NW 24 Jax Trinity 19 Macclenny 13 Live Oak 6 Fernandina 8 Callahan 14 Madison 12 FAMU High 6 Carabelle46 Apalachicola 0 Port St. Joe 26 Chiplev 25 Liberty 31 Greensboro 22 Hamilton County 12 Florida High 0 Gonzalez-Tate 35 Fort Walton 20 Pensacola 28 P.C. Rutherford 12 Lake City 35 Jax Paxon 0 Jefferson 7 Rickards6 Century 7 Flomalon, Ala., 0 Gulf Breeze 20 Pace 7 Munroel5 CottondaleO Perry 28 Quincy Shanks 0 THE SCHEDULE Today Road racing Running clinic with Jim Stephens and two-mile fun run al Port St. Joe High School at 3 p.m. Rugby Southeast all-star matches at Florida State intramural fields; FSU women's rugby team vs. University of Georgia, 2 p.m. at FSU intramural fields. Autocross Autocross at Campbell Stadium with registration beginning at 10 a.m. and departure at 12:45, S6. University goH Florida State Lady Seminoles at Lady Tar Heel Classic, Chapel Hill, N.C. Monday University gotf Florida Slate Lady Seminoles at Ladv Tar Heel Classic, Chapel Hill, N.C. Tuesday University golf Florida State Lady Seminoles at Lady Tar Heel Classic, Chapel Hill, N.C. Ninth-grade football North Florida vs. Florida High 6:30 p.m., Godby vs. Lincoln 8 p.m. at Florida High field. High school volleyball NFCS at Maclay 8 p.m., Florida High at Lincoln 5 p.m. Junior varsity soccer St. John's Valdosla at Maclay, 4 pm Wednesday Junior varsity football Lincoln vs. Rickards at Capital Stadium, 7:30 p.m. High school volleyball Lincoln at Marianna, 4:30 p.m. (CST). Thursday Junior varsity football Godby vs. Rutheford al Capital Stadium, 6:30 p.m., Leon at Taylor County, 7:30 p.m. Friday University volleyball FSU Lady Seminoles at Tuscaloosa, Ala. University tennis FSU Lady Seminoles at Mississippi State, 1:30 p.m. University goH FSU at Cypress Gardens Intercollegiate Invitational, Cypress Gardens. High school football Fort Walton Beach vs. Godby at Capital Stadium, 8 p.m.; Lincoln at Jefferson County, 8 p.m.; Rickards at Choclawhatchee, 8 p.m. (CST); NFCS at Florida High, 8 p.m. High school volleyball NFCS at Panama City Christian, 4 p.m. (CST); Wakulla at Maclay, 8 p.m. High school cross country NFCS at Jacksonville Episcopal Invitational, 9 a.m. High school soccer Chesterfield England at Maclay, 2 p.m. Saturday University football FSU at Southern Mississippi, 1:30 p.m.; Tuske-gee Institute at FAMU, 7 p.m.; Florida at Georgia Tech. Road Racing Great Race (10,000 meters) at Perry, 9 a.m.; Memorial Run Cross Country Meet (10,000 meters) at Valdosta, Ga. High school soccer Chesterfield England at Maclav, 11 a.m. University golf FSU at Cypress Gardens Intercollegiate Invitational. University volleyball FSU Ladv Seminoles at Tuscallosa, Ala. University tennis FSU vs. Mississippi University for Women, 9 a.m. at Columbus, Miss.; FSU vs. Mississippi, 1:30 p.m., Columbus, Miss. High school votlevbaH NFCS at Panama City Christian, 10 a.m. (CST). Oct. 29 Road racing Miracle Strip Marathon and 10,000-meter run, 8 a.m.. Miracle Strip Amusement Park, Panama City. 20. J.D. McDuffie, Chevrolet, 136.018. 21. Buddy Arrington, Dodge, 135.952. 22. Ronnie Thomas, Chevrolet, 135.695. 23. Jimmy Means, Chevrolet, 135.560. 24. Rich Childress, Oldsmobile, 135.545. 25. Joe Frasson, Buick, 135.145. 26. Cecil Gordon, Oldsmobile, 134.588. 27. Gary Myers, Chevrolet, 134.036. 28. Frank Warren, Dodge, 133.689. 29. Dick May, Buick, 132.436. 30. Baxter Price, Chevrolet, 132.092. 31. Ferrel Harris, Chevrolet, 137.709. 32. Johnny Hatford, Chevrolet, 132.341. 33. Junior Miller, Chevrolet, 129.844. 34. Charlie Blanlon, Chevrolet, 129.747. 35. Bill Hollar, Chevrolet, 128.585. 36. Bobby Wawak, Chevrolet, 125.161. c PRO GOLF European Open WALTON HEATH, England (AP) Leading scorers and all other Americans Saturday in the third round of the 1200,000 European Open GoH Championship on Walton Heath's par 36-3773 course: Greg Norman David Graham Malcolm Gregson Mac McLendon Bernard Gallacher Nick Faldo Gil Morgan Ken Brown David Ingram Manuel Ballesteros John Morgan Bobby Wadkins Neil Coles Sam Torrance Mark James Bernhard Langer Tommy Horton Vince Baker Jose Canizares Jerry McGee Other Lou Graham John Mahaffey Al Geiberger Ed Sneed Tom Weiskopf Lon Hinkle John Schroeder George Burns Doug Sanders Barry Jaeckel Rod Funseth Jim Simons 69- 72-69-210 72-70-70-212 72-70-70-212 71-71-71-213 71-71-71-213 68-70-75-213 70- 73-71214 71- 71-72214 75-67-72-214 , 72-73-69-214 72-70-73-215 71-72-72-215 70-73-72-215 75-70-70-215 74- 71-71-216 75- 74-67-216 70-73-73-216 70- 73-73-216 71- 72-73-216 72- 75-69-216 Americans 74-71-72-217 72- 74-71-217 73- 73-71-217 71-75-72-218 70- 69-81-220 69-77-76-222 71- 77-74-222 73- 76-73-222 72- 77-74-223 72-75-76223 74- 74-78-226 78-70-81-229 Wakulla 62 Chattahoochee 0 Godby 41 Lincoln 0 CENTRAL FLORIDA Manatee 7 Riverview 6 Booker 16 F.M. Verot 7 Wachulla Hardee 10 Charlotte 14 Merritt Island 19 Palm Bay 21 Tilusville 17 Colonial 1 1 Melbourne 27 New Smyrna 29 Dunedin 26 St. Pete Lakewood 13.. Seminole 34 Mulberry 44 Tampa Jesuit 25 Zephyrhills 33 Land O' Lakes 35 St. Pete NE Chr. 13 Oak Ridge 29 Tampa Plant 31 Orlando Jones 21 Groveland 14 South Sumter 38 Eustis35 Wildwood34 Spruce Creek 26 Frostproof 14 . Sarasota Moonev 0 Palmetto 6 Bayshore 0 . Cocoa 7 Apopka 7 Eau Gallie 6 .... Satellite Beach 14 Rockledge21 Cocoa Beach 0 SI. Pete NE 21 Pinellas 0 Boca Ciega 3 St. Pete Cath. 14 Hernando 6 Crystal River 12 Hudson 3 Farragul 12 JaxRibaulll5 Winter Park 16 P.B. Gardens 6 Pierson 7 Ml. Dora 8 Lake Weir 14 Umatilla 6 Seabreeze 7 DeLand 14 Laxeiana Kathleen 7 Tavares 14 Crescent City 6 Palm Coast 30 Inlerlachen 13 Tampa Robinson 59 Tampa Cath. 0 Wildwood 34 Umatilla 6 Lake Wales 41 Richey Gulf 0 South Sumter 38 Mount Dora 8 Lakeland 22 Chamberlain 18 Sarasota Booker 16 Frostproof 14 Chiefland 33 Bronson 0 Sanford 27 Auburndale 21 Clearwater Cath. 19 Springstead 7 SOUTH FLORIDA Miami Lakes 10 Hialeah 2 Miami Columbus 3 Miami Killian 0 Miami Springs 20 Miami Beach 0 Miami Coral Park 21 Miami 0 Carol City 17 Miami Norland 11 Pinecrest 33 Miami Belen 0 NWChr. 24 Orlando Trinity 19 Tavernier 13 Westminster 12 Nova 16 South Broward 12 Stranahan7 McArlhur6 Piper 14 Dillard 7 Deerfield Beach 14 Coral Springs 0 S. Plantation 14 Cooper City 6 Lake Worth 13 C Gibbons 7 Anderson 13 Pompano Beach 7 N.Forl Myers 31 Naples 22 St. Edwrds 13 Canterbury 12 Key West 31 River dale 7 Naples Lely 29 Opa-Locka 6 Jupiter 14 Labelle 8 Collier 35 Lake Placid 14 Wachulla Hardee 10 Palmetto 6 Charlotte 14 Bavshore 0 F.M. Cypress Lake 14 De Solo 13 WPB Forest Hill 20 Newman 7 Vero Beach 10 Sluart-Martin 7 Suncoasl 23 WPB Twin Lakes 3 Ft. Pierce Cent. 42 Westwood 0 Lake Worth 13 Gibbons 7 Aquinas 13 Delray Atlantic 10 L. W.Leonard 10 Pompano Ely 7 Orlando Jones 21 P.B. Gardens 6 Jupiter 14 LaBelle8 Clewislon 47 Moore Haven 8 Fort Meade 12 Okeechobee 6 C AUTO RACING ..") American lineup ROCKINGHAM, N.C. (AP) The starting lineup for Sunday's $150,000 American 500 Grand National stock car race, with type of car and qualifying speed in miles per hour: 1. Cale Yarborough, Oldsmobile, 142.067. 2. Donnie Allison, Chevrolet, 141.956. 3. Darrell Waltrip, Chevrolet, 140.642. 4. Bobby Allison, Ford, 140.313. 5. Lennie Pond, Chevrolet, 140.249. 6. Ricky Rudd, Chevrolet, 140.024. 7. Buddy Baker, Chevrolet, 139.992. 8. Oick Brooks, Mercury, 139.559. 9. Neil Bonnett, Chevrolet, 139.098. 10. Dave Marcls, Chevrolet, 138.908. 11. Richard Petty, Chevrolet, 138.845. 12. Benny Parsons, Chevrolet, 138.708. 13. James Hyllon, Chevrolet, 135.475. 14. Terry Labonte, Chevrolet, 135.299. 15. Ed Negre, Dodge, 135.239. 16. David Pearson, Mercury, 141.217. 17. Tighe Scott, Chevrolet, 137.278. 18. Tom Gale, Ford, 136.474. 19. Roger Hamby, Chevrolet, 136.292. ( BASKETBALL ) NBA standings Eastern Conference Atlantic Division W L Pet. GB Washington 3 0 1.000 Philadelphia 2 1 .667 1 New Jersey 2 3 .400 2 New York 1 2 .333 2 Boston 1 3 .250 2'2 Central Division Cleveland 2 0 1.000 Houston 3 1 .750 San Antonio 3 2 .600 Vi New Orleans 2 2 .500 1 Atlanta 1 2 .333 l'a Detroit 0 4 .000 3 Western Conference Midwest Division Denver 4 0 1.000 Indiana 1 1 .500 2 Kansas City 1 2 .333 2"i Milwaukee 1 2 .333 Vh Chicago 1 3 .250 3 Pacific Division Seattle 5 0 1.000 Phoenix 3 1 .750 Vli Golden State 2 2 .500 Yi San Diego 2 4 .333 3'i Portland 1 3 .250 Vz Los Angeles 0 3 .000 4 Friday's Games Denver 126, New Jersey 117 Philadelphia 126, Detroit 117 San Diego 110, Chicago 94 New York 115, Milwaukee 105 Seattle 133, San Antonio 117 Golden State 111, Portland 108 Saturday's Games Denver al Atlanta, late New Jersey at New York, late New Orleans at Philadelphia, late Detroit at Washington, late Chicago at Cleveland, late Milwaukee at Kansas City, late Boston at Houston, lale San Diego at Indiana, lale Sunday's Games Golden Slate at Milwaukee, 8:30 p.m. San Anlonio at Los Angeles, 10 p.m. Recreation football standings Raider's Bill's B'store Cain Builders Sonny's BBQ W LT 3 20 2 30 W LT 0 SO 0 60 Adult flag NFL Al Division Standings W LT Palace Saloon 5 00 D&l Sports 4 10 Buddy's 4 10 A2 Oivison W LT 3 20 Love Stars 2 30 FCI-Feds Schedule Monday Love Stars vs. Sonny's BBQ, 6:45; Palace Saloon vs. Bill's Bookstore, 8 P.m.; Buddy's Sports vs. FCI-Feds, 6:30 p.m.; D&l Sports vs. Raiders, 7:45 Tuesday Cain Builders vs. D&l Sports, 6:30 p.m. Wednesday FCI-Feds vs. Love Stars, 6:30 p.m.; Raiders vs. Palace Saloon, 6:30; Bill's Bookstore vs. Buddy's Sports, 7:45 p.m.; Sonny's BBQ vs. Cain Builders, 9 p.m. AFL Standings WLT Merchants vs. Brew & Cue 8 p.m. Thursday Earl Bacon Agency vs. Seminole Log Homes, 7:45 p.m.; Panhandle Van vs. Monticello Merchants, 9 p.m.; Brew & Cue vs. Circle C Ranch, 6:45 p.m.; Citizen vs. - Goodwill, 8 p.m. CFL Standings WLT W LT Kyle's Corner 6 00 Nads 2 30 Willis IG A 5 10 Rough C'S 2 40 Clvdes's 5 10 Javeees 1 50 Dugout 4 10 Deliquents 1 SO Gotcha 3 30 The Animals 0 60 Fla. St. Bank 3 30 Schedule Monday Florida Engines vs. Community Realty, 6:45; Southside Rebels vs. Parkway Camera, 8 p.m.; Democrat vs. Capital Insurance, 6:30 p.m.; Besco vs. Sherman Trappers, 7:45 p.m. Tuesday Mitchell Brothers vs. Democrat, 6:30 p.m. Wednesday Community Realty vs. Mitchell Brothers, 9 p.m.; Parkway Camera vs. Besco Office Sup,y, 6:30 p.m.; Sherman Trappers vs. Florida Engines, 7:45 p.m.; Capital Insurance vs. Southside Rebels, 9 p.m. Citizen's Bank Goodwill Ind. Earl Bacon Merchants Panhandle W LT 2 30 00 Jabbers 10 Circle C 1 1 Log Homes 21 Brew&Cue 30 Schedule ' Monday Seminole Log Homes vs. Bend Jabbers, 9 p.m. Tuesday Circle C vs. Earl Bacon, 7:45 Jabbers vs! Citizen Bank, 6:45; Monticello 50 SO 50 Big Schedule Monday Gotcha vs. Fla. State Bank, 9 p.m. Tuesday Kyles Corner vs. Gotcha, 7:45 p.m.; Tallahassee Javcess vs. Nads, 9 p.m. Wednesday Nads vs. Gotcha, 6:30 p.m.; Willis IGA vs. Dugout, 7:45; Delinquents vs. Rough C's 7:45 p.m., Fla. State Bank vs. The Animals, 9 p.m. Thursday Dugout vs. Delinquents, 6:30 p.m.; Rough C, Kyle's Corner, 6:30 p.m.; Clvdes, vs. Tallahassee Jaycees, 7:45 p.m.; The Animals vs. Willis IGA, 9 p.m. 7:45 p.m. WFL WLT Community Besco Parkway Mitchell Fla. Engine 00 10 20 10 30 Sherman Democrat Capital SS Rebels W LT 2 30 2 30 1 40 0 50 Lafayette Giants Colts Lions Winttirop Lew Winttirop Sullivan Giants Mvers Colts Lions Youth tackle National Pee-Wee W LT 2 00 Messer 2 00 Myers 1 10 American Pee-Wee WLT 3 00 Godbv 2 00 Cowboys 2 10 National Junior W LT 2 00 Godby 2 00 c-B 1 20 American Junior W LT 3 00 Lew 2 00 Lafayette 1 20 W LT 1 20 0 30 W LT 0 20 0 30 W LT 1 20 0 20 W LT 0 20 0 20 Phoenix at Portland, 10 p.m. Monday's Games No games scheduled. Late Friday Nuggets 126 Nets 117 DENVER (126) Roberts 4 2-4 10, McGinnis 8 3-4 19, Issel 7 4-4 18, Scott 7 3-4 17, Thompson 11 12-15 34, Wilkerson 3 3-4 9, Boswell 3 2-3 8, Hughes 0 0-0 0, Smith 2 3-4 7, Ellis 1 2-3 4. Totals 46 34-45 126. NEW JERSEY (117) King 11 4-6 26, Washington 5 0-0 10, Johnson 0 0-0 0, Money 7 7-8 21, Williamson 3 0-0 6, Elliott 2 2-2 6, Jordan 9 4-6 22, van Breda Kolff 2 3-4 7, Boynes 5 7-10 17, Bassett 1 0-0 2. Totals 45 27-36 117. Denver 38 25 29 34-126 New Jersey 25 41 25 26-117 Fouled out None. Total fouls Denver 34, New Jersey 33. Technical Denver team. A 4,212. 76ers 126 Pistons 117 PHILADELPHIA (126) B. Jones 1 2-2 4, Erving 14 7-10 35, C Jones 6 2-2 14, Collins 9 7-10 25, Cheeks 1 1-3 3, Bibbv 6 3-4 15, Mix 0 0-0 0, Catchings 1 0-0 2, Bryant 10 7-8 27, Simpson 0 1-2 14. Totals 48 30-41 126. DETROIT (117) Carr 10 6-7 26, Tyler 3 2-2 8, Lanier 11 4-6 26, Porter 7 4-6 18, Long 6-6-8 18, Douglas 0 1-21, Poquette 3 3-4 9, Green 51-111. Totals 34 29-32 117. Philadelphia 30 33 29 34-126 Detroit 34 29 32 22-117 Fouled out Tyler, Lanier. Total fouls-Philadelphia 24, Detroit 34. A 14,404. Clippers 110 Bulls 94 SAN DIEGO (110) K.Washington 8 2-3 18, Wicks 1 0-0 2, Nater 5 0-0 10, Free 6 6-7 18, R.Smilh 8 1-1 17, Weatherspoon 8 3-4 19, Kunnerl 3 4-4 10, Norman 7 2-2 16, Lloyd 0 0-0 0. Totals 46 18-21 110. CHICAGO (94) Johnson 6 3-4 15, Landsberger 5 0-1 10, Norman's European lead is two WALTON HEATH, England (AP) Greg Norman, a 23-year-old Australian, shot a second straight 69 and took a 2-stroke lead after the third round of the European Open Golf Championship Saturday. The pair of 69s on Walton Heath's 7,130-yard, par-36-37 72 course for 54-hole total of 210. Another Australian, David Graham, and Briton Malcolm Gregson were tied for second at 212. Mac McLendon of the United States carded had his third straight 71 and was at 213, along with Britain's Nick Faldo and Bernard Gallacher. Faldo started the round as the leader, had a disastrous triple bogey 8 at the second hole and temporarily dropped out of title contention. But he came back with an eagle 3 on the 11th and a hole-in-one at the short 17th. Tom Weiskopf, who took over the lead from Faldo at the second hole, Saturday, remained ahead for the next five holes. Then he suffered a recurrence of an old injury to his left wrist and struggled home with an 81. That gave him a total of 220 and put him virtually out of reach of the the first prize of $36,000 dollars when the final round is played Sunday. The last time Weiskopf had this injury, in 1974, he was out of golf for two months "I first felt a pain in my wrist at the seventh hole," Weiskopf said "But it really turned bad when I drove at the Uth." Desloge wins at Gainesville Special to Tti Democrat GAINESVILLE - Leon's Rose Desloge won the girls' division in the Florida Invitational cross country meet here Saturday, finishing in 11:36.5 to lead Leon to a second place finish. Leon, the Class AAA champs last year, finished behind Holly wood-McArthur, defending Class AAAA champions. Behind Desloge were Ginger Bryant seventh, Marcia Wills eighth, Adrienne Gautier 25th and Peggy O'Neil 37th. Andrea England and Lynn Downing also ran for Leon. Leon's boys placed eighth, paced by Hughes Register's 27th-place finish in 16:22. For Lincoln, Paul Hodge finished 4th in 15:20 and Andrew Wills finished in 16:58. North Florida Christian also ran in the meet. Gilmore 11 5-7 27, Dudley 0 0-0 0, Holland 2 2-3 6, Brown 3 3-4 9, Sheppard 2 2-2 6, Theus 8 5-521, Wakefield 0 0-0 0. Totals 37 20-26 94. San Diego 22 32 28 28-110 Chicago 19 23 32 20- 94 Fouled out Nater, TheuV Total fouls-San Diego 32, Chicago 30. Technicals San Diego team 2; Chicago Coach Coslello. A 12,412. Knicks 115 Bucks 105 NEW YORK (115) Gondrezick 4 0-0 8, McAdoo 11 2-5 24, Webster 6 0-2 12, Cleamons 12-54, Williams 12 2-5 26, Haywood 8 5-5 21, Beard 3 0-0 6, Richardson 1 0-0 2, Bunch 0 0-0 0, Knight 6 0-0 12. Totals 52 11-22 115. MILWAUKEE (105) Gianelli 6 1-2 13, M.Johnson 13 5-9 31, Benson 2 0-0 4, Buckner 3 0-0 6, Winters 9 9- 9 27, Grunfeld 2 0-0 4, Bridgeman 6 4-6 16, Walton 0 2-2 2, Howard 1 0-0 2. Totals 42 21-28 105 New York 28 24 34 29-115 Milwaukee 27 27 27 24-105 Fouled out None. Total fouls New York 24, Milwaukee 22. Technical Milwaukee Coach Nelson, New York Coach Reed. A 10,938. Sonics 133 Spurs 117 SAN ANTONIO (117) Bristow 2 0-0 4, Kenon 4 2-3 10, Green 1 0-0 2, Gale 0 0-0 0, Gervin 16 5-7 37. Paultz 9 2-4 20, Olberding 5 2-4 12, Silas 4 0-0 8, Sanders 4 5-6 13, Dampier 4 3-411. Totals 49 19-28 117. SEATTLE (133) J.Johnson 8 2-3 18, Sikma 0 3-5 3, La-Garde 14 4-7 32, D.Johnson 3 7-8 13, Williams 7 7-7 21, Shelton 7 0-0 14, Walker 3 3-4 9, Snyder 2 0-0 4, Brown 5 0-0 10, Silas 11-1 3, Hassett 3 0-0 6. Totals 53 27-35 133. San Antonio 23 28 29 37-117 Seattle 36 31 40 26-133 Total fouls San Antonio 27, Seattle 25. A 20,172. Warr. 111 Blaze 108 PORTLAND (108) Steele 7 8-8 22, Thompson 5 6-11 16, Owens 7 6-7 20, Brewer 104-5 24, Dunn 5 3-3 13, Johnson 0 0-0 0, Anderson 0 0-0 0, Smith 4 0-0 8, Neal 21-15, Twardzik 0 0-0 0. Totals 40 28-35 108. GOLDEN STATE (111) Parker 6 7-8 19, Short 2 2-2 6, Parish 4 1-2 9, Lucas 12 11-15 35, P.Smith 3 7-8 13, Cooper 0 0-0 0, Ray 31-2 7, Townsend 5 2-3 12, Williams 0 0-2 0, Epps 5 0-1 10, Aberne-thy 0 0-0 0. Totals 40 31-43 111. Portland 19 29 28 32-108 Golden State 20 22 30 39-111 Fouled out Steele. Total fouls Portland 31, Golden State 30. A 8,163. New York Rangers al New York Islanders, late Philadelphia at Toronto, late Colorado at St. Louis, late Sunday's Games Atlanta at Philadelphia, 7:05 p.m. Toronto at New York Rangers, 7:35 p.m. Los Angeles at Montreal, 8:05 P.m. Boston at Chicago, 8:35 p.m. Buffalo at Vancouver, 10:05 p.m. Monday's Games No games scheduled WHA C PRO HOCKEY ) NHL standings CAMPBELL CONFERENCE PATRICK DIVISION W L T Pts GF GA Atlanta 3 0 2 8 28 17 NY. Islanders 2 11 5 17 16 Philadelphia 2 11 5 11 8 NY. Rangers 1 0 3 5 12 9 SMYTH E DIVISION Chicago 2 0 2 6 16 11 St.Louis 2 2 1 5 24 29 Vancouver 2 3 1 5 28 28 Colorado 0 4 1 1 12 30 New England Winnipeg Cincinnati Edmonton Birmingham Indianapolis Quebec All Times EDT W L T Pts 2 GF GA 12 10 WALES CONFERENCE ADAMS DIVISION Boston 4 0 1 9 24 11 Toronto 3 2 0 6 17 14 Buffalo 2 2 1 5 10 9 Minnesota 1 3 0 2 13 18 NORRIS DIVISION Montreal 3 2 0 6 19 16 Los Angeles 2 2 0 4 16 13 Detroit 1 2 2 4 13 15 Washington 13 1 3 16 21 Pittsburgh 0 4 1 1 12 23 Friday's Games Los Angeles 6, Washington 4 Atlanta 7, Montreal 5 St. Louis 5, Colorado 5, lie Boston 5, Vancouver 1 Saturday's Games Washington at Pittsburgh, late Minnesota at Detroit, late Friday's Games Cincinnati 5, Birmingham 2 Edmonton 4, Indianapolis 3 Saturday's Games Edmonton at Cincinnati, late Quebec at New England, late Sunday's Games Birmingham at Quebec, 8 p.m. Edmonton at Winnipeg, 8:30 p.m. New England at Indianapolis, 9 p.m. Monday's Games No games scheduled. Transactions National League MONTREAL EXPOS-Added Tony Ber-nazard and Jim Cox, infielders, and Eddie Gates and Mike Hart, outfielders, to winter roster. Assigned Gerry Pirtle, pitcher, to Denver of American Association. Unconditionally released Ed Herrmann, catcher. Transactions National Football League MINNESOTA VIKINGS-Signed Greg Coleman, kicker. Waived Mike Wood, kick- 0015 Legal Notices IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SECOND JUDICIAL, CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR LEON COUNTY, FLORIDA CASE NO. 78-1653 FRANKLIN SAVINGS BANK OF NEW YORK, Plaintiff HENRY B. WILSON and WILMA J. WILSON, his wife. Defendants NOTICE OF SALE Notice is hereby given that, pursuant to a Final Judgment In Foreclosure entered in the above-captioned action, I will sell the property situated in Leon County, Florida, described as follows, to wit: Lot 34, Block "E", SPRING VALLEY SUBDIVISION, as per map or plat thereof, recorded in Plat Book 3, Page 19, of the Public Records of Leon County, Florida, at public sale, to the highest and best bidder, for cash, at the West front door of the Leon County Courthouse in Tallahassee, Florida, at 11:00 a.m. on the 1st day of November, 1978. Dated: October 11, 1978 (SEAL) PAUL F. HARTSFIELD CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By: -s- Virginia W. Williams Deputy Clerk October 15, 22, 1978 Ad No. 7115206 INVITATION TO BID Sealed bids will be received by the Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, Division of Forestry, Room 33, Collins Building, Tallahassee, FL 32304, until 2:00 PM (EST) November 7, 1978, for the purchase of: FREQUENCY COUNTERS For complete specifications and conditions, contact the Division of Forestry. The Division of Forestry reserves the right to reject any or all bids. Doyle Conner Commissioner of Agriculture By: David P. Smith Deputy Director Administrative Services October 22, 1978 Ad No. 7116002 0015 Legal Notices 0015 Legal Notices NOTICE OF ZONING HEARING Itallahassee-leon county planning commission nwtMBtK i 7 30PM LEON COUNTY COURTHOUSE 3RD FLOOR GENERAL LCC NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME STATUTE Notice is hereby given that the undersigned desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of ALL-WEATHER INSULATION COMPANY at Rt. 19, Box 1323, Tallahassee, Leon County, Florida, intends to register said fictitious name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Leon County, Florida. ROY D. WEST, INC. By: Roy D. West President ATTEST: Mary Darnella West Secretary Oct. 1, 8. 15, 22, 1978 Ad No. 7112117 1 COUNTY H i ? m 2 COUNTY i FfomA-2(Agrtcufturo) Tb-M-KUmited Industrial) M-S(Genera) Industrial) From RM-1 (Stogie 3 Multi-Family) To RM-2 (Single 3 Mult -farm) A COUNTY K COUNTY From C-t (Neighborhood 'Commercial) To R-3 (Single 3 Two Family) -L SCTY W TUUPt. ST " 1 I ' From A-2(Aanajltural) R-3 (Single 3 Two Family) To RM-2(Single S Multi-Family) 6crr From ft-HSirtgle Familyt ToCOtOtfias S Commtroal) 1CITY M -J lWf( Fmm fhlSuv Fomly) To RM-ltS& a MM-Fomlf) COUNTY yffi l, if From R-f (Single Fomily) To CM( Limited Use-Medical Arts Commercial) From RM-2Smgle 3 Multi-Family) Ta OH (Limited Use -Offices 3 Residential) 9CTY L-M- Ftom,ml-3(Smgl B MMi-Famly) H-ORILmitKlUst-Otficna RisahnHnll V COUNTY ToM-HUmtod Imtatrull V M1COUNTY FromAetApiajmirall Ib C-elOmnlOmmtmall ' Ron A-llAfhaiHmll Ttt-HUmiMUx-Nti0tirtnrfCmniaiil) FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALU TALLAHASSEE-LEON COUNTY PLANNING DEPARTMENT ROOM 201 LEWIS STATE BANK BLDG. PHONE 488-6133 Otbrtt.l97 ' dNo751ill 1

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