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G ion memo H Bowling With Dave Heeren Monday Entries At Calder FORT LA IT) ER DALE NEWS AND 11D SUN-SENTINEL. Sunday, Sept. 20, 1970 FIRST CB fi Furlongs; 1 H Count Lightning Wionsi Claimlnfl ($3500); Pursa lixo. 10 Neissei PP Mori 1 GliOer Girl 2 Hot Aoole 3 Dots Decrea . 4 Blushorama 5 Dr. Grab' 6 Plying Fleury 7 Dunluck I Sister Mag 9 Mixed With Mu sic 10 Breeiy Dee Dee 11 Dancer Dit 12 Three Buddie 13 Onezeme Set Terry Giordano got the winter league season off to a good start with a 232-673 in the Sunday Funsters League at Lauderdale Lanes. Top women at Lauderdale Lanes were Brenda Buck 214-567, and Bunny DeMay, 194-551. , ' , John Christian had a fine 199-571 in the junior boys division and Robbie Stevens 150-372 in bantam boys competition Other Lauderdale scores:. Lorraine Hornyak, 138-348, bantam girls; John Gelb, 116-291, pixie boys; and Laura Kamm, 127-328 pixie girls. " , Pixies range in age all the way down to Jac Gelb three POMPANO BOWL - The week's only 600 series by a woman was Claire Livesay's 222-602 in die Major-Minor League. Bob Gilbert had 278-642 and H. Berns 214-629, both in the Morgan Classic. Gary Renna's 216-575 was the finest junior boys score of the week, and Brenda Cesky 's 200-538 topped the area s junior girls. Tim Mooney's 189-451 led the bantam boys DOLPHIN LANES Nine 600 series reported from this house, eight of them in the 600-610 range. Best of the group was Steve Duskie's 232-623 in the Luke Bolton League. Two high-scoring women, Jean Dudley and Marge Leonard, both just missed the 600 mark. Jean had 204-595 in the Dolphin Darlings League and Marge 220-593 in the Dolphin Invitational League. Steve Garber was best of this lanes' juniors with 208-570, while Linda Fandrey headed Dolphin junior girls with 174-492. . ,; MANOR LANES A slow start, with no 600s reported among the men and only one 500 by a woman. High men's score was Jim McGivern's 199-573 in the Tuesday City League. Top woman was Jessie Stanbridge, 185-519, Northeast Women Bankers. This house did record the high score of the week by a bantam girl, Penny Houstoun's 151-391. PP Horse Tanaerlne Mlsi 2 Road Block 3 I'm For Sieve 4 Derby Bound 5 smoaa 6 Dong 10 7 Bucksnorf 8 Dot's All Arctic Fable 10 Metmoud Gail L. 12 Last Deal 3 Lucky R.C. rontier Dr. 5 Arcadia Valley 6 Fleet Honor Bowling Name, Leagut MEN Manor McGivern, Tues. City Barton, Guys a, Dells ' Cusanelll, Tues. City Cupp, Tues. City Strohmeier, Tues. City Anderson, Plantation TV Melillo, Kings & Queens Plummer, Tues. City Wakefield, Plantation TV Cree, Plantation TV Dolphin Duskle, Luke Bolton Ridge, Thurs. Mised Scr. ' Walker, Luke Bolton Marine, Luke Bolton McGraw, Luke Bolton Aflarcho, Nite Owls Inserra, K. of C. DeNitto, Luke Bolton AAacchlo, Luke Bolton Young, Kings & Queens Lauderdale Giordano, Sun. Funsters . Sage, Island Hoppers Vecchio, Park City Pompano Gilbert, Morgan Berns, Morgan ; Carter, Morgan Nolan, All States Poston, No. Brow. Teachers Bucek, Morgan Grzelak, Maior-Mlnor Festa, Mouse & Spouse Coleman, Morgan Campbell, Morgan WOMEN Manor Stanbridge, NE Women Ban Rask, Guys & Dolls Wachendorfer, Sunshine Favrell, Plantation TV Hubley, Guys & Dolls Cree, Plantation TV Morse, Manorettes Klein, Dogpatch Smith, Dogpatch Hill, Sunshine Meyers, Sunshine Dolphin Dudley, Dolphin Darlings Leonard, Dolphin Inv. Polly, Early Birds Hall, Dolphin Inv. McGraw, Dolphin Inv. Austin, Crown Jewels Cracchiola, Crown Jewels Burd, Jet Set Reffe, Early Birds Agnelli, Villagers Lauderdale Buck, Stars & Strikes Demay, Park City Smith, Stars & Strikes Pompano Llvesay, Malor-Minor ; Schmalle, Morgan Banks, Flying Fisherman Hirst, All States Gregory, Flying Fisherman Cesky, Flying Fisherman Rafalskl, Ladies Financial Cochran, Flying Fisherman McQuade, Comet Nursery August, Ladies Financial JUNIOR BOYS Renna, Pompano Christian, Lauderdale Gruber, Dolphin Costabile, Pompano McMillan, Lauderdale DeFeo, Dolphin Rubin, Manor Smith, Manor Fuller, Manor Smith, Lauderdale - JUNIOR GIRLS Cesky, Pompano Miner, Pompano : Erhardt, Manor --Fandrey, Dolphin . Cook, Dolphin Stanley, Manor BANTAM BOYS Mooney, Pompano Jacob, Pompano . Colaianni,. Manor Cusanelli, Manor Conerty, Manor Stevens, Dolphin Fltcher, Dolphin Brown, Dolphin Ventry, Dolphin Progue, Dolphin V BANTAM GIRL Houstoun, Manor j. Davis, Manor Hornyak, Lauderdale Schlitz, Pompano Girard, Lauderdale Echenwller, Pompano Frederich, Lauderdale PIXIE BOYS Gelb, Lauderdale PIXIE GIRLS Kamm, Lauderdale Parker, Lauderdale High High Game Series. 1W 198 .'. 20 , ) 203 i ,19 201 188 , 217 1H 223 573 ' 568 563 561 f 551 550 536 . 535 530. 524 Belmont Futurity Victor Rbtz Rides Salem To Win 232 623 214 609 ; 230 606 ; ' 214 606 '243 605 : 247 601 217 600 215 600 212 ' 600 225 596 232 ; 673 ' 234 582 217 588 278 642 . 214 629 216 595 221 591 i 213 589 223 582 201 580 217 575 238 574 246 574 Ik 185 519 190 497 180 495: 188 491 175 490 191 486 188 480 172 478 170 478 168 471 167 467 204 595 220 593 205 549 199 545 192 541 206 535 216 531 189 530 202 536 188. 528 . 214 567 194 . 551 200 475 , 222 602 :, 230 564 226 559 222 557 201 553 214 ' 548 221 547 . 213 547 . 187 539 190 534 216 575 199 571 208 570 224 561 206 545 194 527 183 511 173 '. 502 179 500 181 486 200 - 538 188 527 209 493 174. 492 190 486 170 470 189 451 159 442 . 162 432 166 ' 427 162 416 150 372 139 368 169 356 136 349 137 322 'S 151 391 129 358 . 138 348 123 348 137 338 117 . 332 124 , 330 .. 116 191 127 328 107 j, 301' ' , Our Wire Services '- John L. Rotz kept Salem in the middle of the Belmont Park stretch Saturday for an impressive stakes debut for the cold a three-length vic- ane-Witchin Hour, ran the Wi furlongs in 1:16 4-5 to grab first money of $99,333 for the Christiana Stable. Limit To Reason, owned by Brookmeade Stable, finished tory over Limit To Reason in - three-quarters of a length in the $159,200 Futurity. ; front of Alfred G. Vanderbilt's In scoring his third victory . Frozen Delight, with Michael in five starts, the son of Cy- Phipps' New Round fourth in Results At Calder FIRST RACE 4 Furlongs; T 1:11 25 4 Allival 10.20 5.60 4.40 2 Dutch Chocolate 5.80 4.60 5 Swamp Gal 4.60 Winner, Ch. F. (1967) Near Ban-lsla's Sister by Islam. Trainer R. T. Orth. Breeder, Mr. and Mrs. H. Goldman (Fla.) Off 1:24, start good, won handily. SECOND RACE 5Vi furlongs; T 1:04 35. 7 Dutch Native 7.40 3.80 i.80 Soccer , English League Division 1 Arsenal 6, West Bromwich 2 Blackpool 0, Everton 2 Coventry 0, Chelsea 1 Crystal Palce 0, Tottenham 3 Derby 1, Burnley 0 Ipswich 4, Manchester United 0 Leeds 1, Southampton 0 Liverpool 3, Nottingham Forest 0 Manchester City 4, Stoke 1 West Ham 0, Newcastle 2 Wolverhampton 3, Huddersfleld 1 Division 2 Blackburn 0, Bolton 2 . ' : Cardiff 1, Norwich 1, tie , Carlisle 2, Swindon 1 Charlton 0, Leicester 1 Hull City 2, Millwall 0 Luton 4, Orient 0 . . Oxford 2, Watford 1 Portsmouth 1, Birmingham 0 " Queen's Park Rangers 2, Brisfol City 1 : Sheffield United 1, Middlesbrough 1, tie Sunderland 3, Sheffield Wednesday 1 Division 3 Aston Villa 2, Preston 0 Bradford City 0, Plymouth 1 Bristol Rovers 3, Walsall 0 Bury 1, Shrewsbury 1, tie 1 Fulham 1, Doncaster 1, tie Halifax 0, Brighton 1 . .. Mansfield 1, Wrexham 1, tie Port Vale 1, Gllllngharrl 1, tie Reading 2, Bransley 0 Rotherham 5, Rochdale 1 Division 4 Chester 3, Exeter 1 Crewe 1, Cambridge 2 , Darlington 2,vNewport 1 Hartlepool 1, Aldershot 1, tie ' Lincoln 1, Southend 2 Northampton 1, Barrow 0 Notfs County 0, Brentford 0, tie Oldham 1, Workington 3 Peterborough 1, Grimsby 1, tie Scunthorpe 0, York City 1 Scottish Leagut Ovision 1 Alrdrie 2, Ayre United 0 rivrtu 1. Hearts 0 Dundee 2, St. Mlrren 2, tie Dunfermline 2, Falkirk 4 Hibernian 2, Celtoc 0 Kilmarnock 0, Aberdeen 4 . Morton 3, Oundee United 0 . 1 Rangers 5, Cowdenbeath 0 St. Johnstone 2, Motherwell 1 -. Division 1 x , Berwick 4, Montrose 3 ' ' Clydenbank 3, Partick Thistle 1 East Fire 4, Abroath 0 - East Stirling 0, Oueen of the South 3 Forfar 3, Raith Rovers 3, tie s Hamilton 0, Alloa 4 ' Stenhousemulr 3, Albion Rivers 3,' tle Stirling Albion 2, Dumbarton 2, tie ; Stranraer 4, Queen's Park 0 6 Tune Uo Time 4.80 3.40 . -10 Native Hero 3.40 Winner, B. G. (1967) Deltona-Dutchie G by War Dog. Trainer, M. Moncrief. Breeder, Marboro Farm (N.J.) Off 1:53, start good, won driving. Daily double (4-7) paid 37.00 THIRD RACE t furlongs; T 1:10 35. 12 Part Of Heaven 11.60 5.60 3.40 6 Daily Paper 3.80 2.80 4 Thomas Folly 380 Winner, Dk. B .or Br. G (1964) Beau Gar-Constallation by 1 Amphitheatre. Trainer, B. Webb. Breeder, Hobeau Farm, Inc. (Fla.) Off 2:19, start good,, won handily. FOURTH RACE 1 mile and 70 yards; T 1:44 25. 2B Tena's Friend 11.80 8.20 4.40 7 Memorable's Minx 7.80 4.40 6 Conspiracy 5.20 Winner, B. G. (1966) Rafty-Admlrals Slave by Admirals Pride. Trainer, R. R. Caple. Breeder, H. R. Caple (Fla.). Off 2:47, start good, won driving. Perfects (2-7) paid 110.40 FIFTH RACE SVi furlongs; T 1:04. 2 Stfr Bolero 19.80 3.40 2.20 1 1 Tibb 2.40 ,. 2.10 3 Rue R., Jr. 2.10 Winner, Or. B. or Br, F. (1968) Bo- lero U-Alwaya Mine by I Appeal. Trainer, J, Klein Breeder, Daybreak Farm B. A. Nofrls (Fla.) Off 3:15,, start good, won driving. SIXTH RACE 1 mile and 70 yards; T 1:43 35. 3 Metalrie Padre 8.40 4.20 3.20 7 Tribuno 2nd 41.20 12.60 4 Howie 3.60 Winner, B. G (1963) Tulyar-Cold i Morning by Mr. Busher. Trainer, W. R. Smith. Breeder, L. Combs, 2nd B. Combs (Ky.) Off 3:43, start good, won driving. Perfects (3-7) paid 408.20 the field of 13 two-year-olds. Salem paid $12.20, $7 and $5.60, Limit To Reason returned $13.10 and $9.40, and New Round was $14 to show. 1" At Atlantic : City, Hickory Tree : Stable's Favorecidian, coupled with Buzkashi, won the $30,000 Boardwalk Handi cap on the turf over 1 1-16 miles. Favorecidian who battled Rocky Mount in the stretch, led the field of 12 to the wire to win by two lengths before 20,744. Rocky Mount, winner of a division of the Ventnor Handicap, ' finished .two lengths ahead of Flying Brick, who had won the second end of that race earlier this year. Walter Blum rode the winner, who carried 116 pounds home in 1;42 3-5 to take down first prize of $19,500 with his fourth victory of the season. SEVENTH RACE-5Vi furlongs; T 1:03 45. . , :,.' 2Alwavs Here 8.60 5.00, 3.40 1 Baked Beans - . 8.00 3.60 3 Gerowa " ' 2.60 Winner, Ch. G. (1966) Klnqllke-For-ever More by Shut Out. Trainer, S. Ghergich, Jr. Breeder, W. S, Kilroy (La.) Off 4:12, start good, won driving. EIGHTH RACE- furlongs; T 1:09 45. 2 Amber Times 39.80 11.60 6.00 5 Feature Attraction 5.20 3.20 1 Tompkins Square 2.20 Winner, Dk. B. or Br. F. (1967) Olden Times-Le Horizon by Ambiorix. Trainer, W. R. Smith. Breeder, M Andersen (Fla.) Off 4:39, start good, winner ridden out. Perfects (2-5) paid 178.60 NINTH RACE 1 116 miles; T 1: 43 35. 1 Count Needles 4.20 2.60 2.60 3 Royal Contessa 5.20 3.80 1A Needleson 2.60 Winner, B. (Rig) C (1966) Needles-Countess Tecla by Count Fleet. Trainer, W. R. Smith. Breeder, J. C. Dudley-B. M. Heath (Fla.) Off 5:07, start good, winner ridden out. TENTH RACE-1 milt (Tartan); T 4 Lee's Conspirator 15.60 7.80 ' 500 2 Gay Margay . 3.60 4.00 i Ambrosian .; 3,60 Winner, B. C. (1966) Lees Boy-Star Liner by Royal Bay Gem. Trainer, E. Rodrlouei. Breeder, J. Privette (Tenn.) Off 5:35, start good, wort driving. Perfecte (4-2) paid 110.80. Handle 459,785. In Chicago, Swoon's Flower, owned by Holard Sans of Indi anapolis, charged from far back to win the $30,350 Indian Maid Handicap before 20,808 at Hawthorne. ' ; Toter Back finished second, almost two lengths away la the one-mile grass race for fillies and mares. Bill and I, a 53-1 shot, ran third after setting the early pace. The favored entry, Folle Rousse and Dark Stream, finished fifth and 12th respec tively, in the field of 13. wt. Jockey 112 Looez lit Ortiz 120 Capodicl 117 No Boy 120 Bowers 117 Wolskl 117 Noble 117 No Boy 117 Wood house 117 No Boy 120 Saumell 120 No Boy 150 Copling 170 Danjean 110 Passarelll 117 Wolskl Odds 11 Jatullah 20-1 20-1 10-1 12-1 15-1 1-1 20-1 20-1 6-1 5-2 3-1 20-1 10-1 5-1 201 7-2 14 Crack Attack 5 Luba 6 Foolish Fun SECOND RACE-S' Furlongs; 3 years uo: Claimlno 1S2MOI: Purse S250O. wi. jockey uoas 114 No Boy 10-1 114 Woodhouse 1-1 112 Waodhoust 10-1 117 Fernicol 7-2 122 Hunt J-1 111 No Boy 6-1 119 Saumell 20-1 112 Hernandez 20-1 108 Acquafredds 12-1 115 Perez 15-1 119 Hidalgo 10-1 116 Harrison 20-1 117 Copling ' 10-1 115 Daniels 1-1 119 Mora 7-2 115 Simonettl 12-1 PP Horse 1 Alpha & Omega 2 Great Aunt 3 Fastbailer 4 Big Rocket 5 Hot Tar 6 Prince Zosh 7 Copperwanna 8 Happy Fantasy 9 Sure Saqe 10 Dalles J. 11 Velvet Valiant 12 Classic Game 13 Dis'er Me Now THIRD RACE Six Furlongs; 2 years laimino (S75OO-S6000); Purse S2600. PP Horse Wt. Jockey Odds 1 Boss Man Bob 109 Wolskl 5-1 2 Sit In 113 DeSpirito 5-2 3 Presto Pete 115 Lopez e-1 4 Deep Well 111 Landers 20-1 5 Ponderosa Knight 120 Stovall 4-1 6 Epemombus 117 Despirlto 6-1 7 Favored Prince 115 Mora 12-1 8 Dukes Girl 112 No Boy 5-1 FOURTH RACE 5'i Furlongs; 2 years; Maidens: Purse S25O0. PP Horse Wt. Jockey Odds 1 Cherry Hello 120 MacBeth 5-1 2 Projay 112 Lopez .8-1 3 Essie B's com-a ti7 Latorrt io-i 4 a-Dom's Doltviet 112 Ruiano 8-1 5 Twilight Bay 117 Bove 10-1 6 a-Phidias Sweep 115 Ruiano 8-1 7 Ready Native 117 Woodhouse 12-1 Ronerack Rirkv 120 Wolskl 4-1 9 Courtly Times 120 Hunt 8-5 a Dorothy Lubln & D. Buro-M. D. Lantz Entry FIFTH RACE Six Furlongs; 2 Claiming ($3500)1 Purse 52500. rp Horse wt. jocKey 1 Georgie Baby iu 2 Troys Taboo 115 3 a-Nine N Change 117 4 Miss Darbeth 117 5 a-Count' Bolero 117 6 Pia MIS 115 7 b-Rel Educated 109 8 Western Joy 114 9 b-Mauldir 114 0 Amalive 114 No Boy a F. Warren . J. cowan Enrrv b Fred W. Hopper Jr. A F. W. Hooper SIXTH RACE 5Vj Furlongs; 3 years; Claiming ($2500); Purse S2500. Hunt Lopez Vickery No Boy Capodicl No Boy Lopez Barra Saumell years; Odds 15-1 2-1 4-1 -l 4-1 15-1 6-1 4-1 6-1 20-1 PP Horse 1 Mary Murphy Pasco pett Bevie Jay 4 Miss Prissey 5 Football Hero 6 Fire Arm 7 Cadm 8 Mr. Pitiful 9 Spatula 0 Orange Queen I'm The Judge 2 Closed Out 3 Prin' of Peace wt. Jockey 114 Danjean 115 Jin 112 Harrison 112 Babll 122 Viera 115 Mors 115 Saumell 112 Passarelll 117 No Boy 114 Capodicl 115 Copling 119 No Boy 112 Barrera 12 Love Bandit 112 Glenn 113 Copling 114 No Boy 116 Capodici s Heardsdaie-C. Duffy t, R. Lee Entry EIGHTH RACE 5' Furlonos; 3 i. 4 years; Allowance: Purse S2700. THE DUDES REWARD" PP Horse wt. Jockey 1 Call Me Darlln 113 Callico 2 Hot Papa 115 Garcia 3 s-Chieftain Girl 116 Hidalgo 4 Caddie Belle 113 DeSpirito 5 Track Shoes 113 Fernicola e s-Sam Frie ' 119 Hidalgo 7 William's Baby 107 Wolskl I Petarex 119 MacBeth s Mrs. Farm NINTH RACE One Mile 8. 70 yards; 3 8. 4 years; Claiming ($2500); Purse S2M10 Louis Schwitzer, Jr.-Hasam Wt. 119 102 114 112 109 114 109 1)6 114 114 114 119 114 Jockey Odds Woodhouse 3-1 Ortiz 30-1 Passarelll 10-1 No f.ey 1S-I Passarelll 81 Copling 10-1 MacBeth 20-1 D'Augustino 8-1 Fernicola 12-1 No Boy 12-1 Gaffglione 4-1 Viera 5-1 Gaffglione 20-1 Odds ' , , i .;. ' ' 5-2 ! i ' j 15-1 . . 1 IO-I . . .: 5-2 ":..'.! -A is-i ; ; i 5-1 .,,. " i i mtklm & wallcoverings 2951 W. BROWAKD BLVD. READ THE WANT ADS MY SM SPECIAL ROCK-BOTTOM PRICES MON., TUES. & WED. Sept. 21, Sept. 22, Sept. 23 Odds 9-2 151 12-1 20-1 3-1 15-1 10-1 7- 2 8-1 12-1 12-1 20-1 20-1 WW SEVENTH RACE-SIx furlonos; 3 years & up; Claiming (53500); purse smuu. PP Horse 1 Pleitesis 2 a-Banker Barn 3 Belmont Prince 4 a-Crew Chief 5 Shabash 6 Woofee 7 Evelyn's Pride 8 Sultan's Delight WI. Ill 109 109 Jockey Odds Canjemie 20-1 Ruiano 3-1 Stovall 8-1 Fernicola 3-1 D'Augustino 9-2 Monaceill s-i No Boy Bovt 15-1 20-1 Dickman's Selections (212-803) FIRST RACE BREEZY DEE DEE. . .can't get worst DANCER DIT. . .some fair tries MIXED WITH MUSIC. . .early speed SECOND RACE SINBAD . . . the logical choice DERBY BOUND. . .could last ARCADIA VALLEY. . .always I threat THIRD RACE DUKES GIRL. . .the most clsss PRESTO PETE. . .local bow great SIT IN. . .must be close FOURTH RACE COURTLY TIMES. . .fast finisher CHEERY HELLO. . .last disappointed BONERACK RICKY. . .steady sort FIFTH RACE , TROYS TABOO. . .right back 1 COUNTESS BOLERO. . .one to catch MAULDIR. . .will be dosing SIXTH RACE FOOTBALL HERO. . .s hard hitter SPATULA. . .can handle dirt MARY MURPHY. . .troublesome ' SEVENTH RACE SHABASH. . .loves this routt CREW CHIEF. . .tough entry LOVE BANDIT. . .must be factor EIGHTH RACE HOT PAPA. . note rider switch CHIEFTAIN GIRL. . .keeps improving SAM FRIE. . .due for better NINTH RACE ALPHA AND OMEGA . . . perfect spot FASTBALLER. . .fast closer CLASSIC GAME. . .post hurts BEST BET Courtly Times Saturday's winners were Metairie Padre at $6.40 and Count Needles at $4.20. 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Hollywood Blvd. ' MONDAY HORSE RACING-Calder meeting at Tropical Park, first post 1:15 p.m. GREYHOUND RACING - MUml Beach Kennel Club, first post I p.m. " matinee -I p.m., TUESDAY GREYHOUND RACING Miami 10 Floridian Games On TV Beach Kennel Club, evening I p.m.: . CROSS COUNTRY Plantation vs. Miramar at Broward Jr. College; Northeast vs. Nova at Easterlln; LaSalie vs. Chaminade at Greynoldi. WEDNESDAY HORSE RACING Calder meeting al Tropical Park, first post 1:15 p.m. GREYHOUND RACING Miami Beach Kennel Club, first post I p.m. THURSDAY HORSE RACING Calder meeting at Tropical Park, first post 1:15 p.m. GREYHOUND RACING - Miami Beach Kennel Club, first post I p.m. PREP FOOTBALL Melbourne CC vs. St. Tnomas at PAL; South Broward vs. Stranahan at Locknart. aii games ai a p.m. unless otherwise indicated. FRIDAY ' ,- V GREYHOUND RACING Miami Beach Kennel Club, first post I p.m. ' HORSE RACING Calder meeting at Tropical Park, first post 1:15 p.m. CROSS COUNTRY Oeerfleld vs. Plantation at Birchl Dillard vs. Miramar at Birch; Northeast vs. Hollywood Hills at Easterlin; McArthur vs. Nova at T.Y. Park; Chaminade vs. St. Andrews at St. Andrews. Ten of the FloridiansV basketball games will be telecast on WAJA-TV (Channel 23), General Manager Dennis Murphy announced Saturday. t ABA champion Indiana will be featured twice. Denver w h Spencer Haywood twice, ' prep FooTBALL-ciewistoj at Boca - j it- -Lil r- I, D .,... Raton; Cardinal Gibbons at Tarpon and Virginia With KICK Barry . Sw.j Carver-Seacrest at Ft. Myers; once on the schedule. ; The schedule: Tuesday, Nov. 10, Denver from Miami Beach; Wednesday, Nov. 18, Virginia from Jacksonville; Thursday, Dec. 17, Kentucky from Miami Beach; Monday, Jan. 4, Indiana from Indianapolis; Wednesday, Jan. 6, Carolina from Charlotte;, Thursday, Jan. 14, Carolina from Miami Beach; Tuesday, Jan. 26, New York from Tampa; Sunday, Feb. 21, Indiana, from Tampa; Wednesday, Feb. 24, Denver from Jacksonville; Friday, March 5, Kentucky from Louisville. Chaminade vs. Plantation at PAL; Deerfield Beach vs. Miramar at MCAr-triuri DlHard vs. Northeast at Lockhart; Belle Glade at Forest Hill; Hollywood Hills at Pompano Beach; Ft. pierce Central at Lake .Worth; Leonard at Sanford; McArthur at Sarasota; Pine Crest at LaSalie; Coral Shores at St. Andrews, All garnet at t p.m. unless otherwise Indicated. r SATURDAY i DRAG RACING Miami Hollywood Draqway. I p.m. West Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood. HORSE RACING Calder meeting It Tropical Park, first post 1:15 p.m. GREYHOUND RACING - Miami eeacn Kennel club, matinee I p.m.. evening p.m. CROSS COUNTRY-Boca Raton Invitational at Spanish River. Park. PREP FOOTBALL Ft. Lauderdale vs. Nova at Lockhart, I p.m. Selected styles,, regularly priced to $27.95. Hurry!1 Your semi-annual chance to save on America's finest quality shoe for men is very limited. SUNRISE SHOPPING CENTER O FT. LAUDERDALE POMPANO FASHION SQUARE The all-new revolutionary belted fiberglass for more mileage & greater safety. LOW SALE PRICES - BUY 2 or 4 and SAVE $$ a aa na O n a D a o 0 Mh Sj .1H 1 I t It SIZE REPIACES SALE PRICE FOR 1 FOR 4 F-70-14 . 775x14 31.95 60.00 114.00 G-70-14 825x14 33.95 64.00 124.00 H-70-14 855x14 37.95 69.00 134.00 G-70-15 825x15 33.95 64.00 124.00 H-70-15 . I 855x15 37.95 69.00 134.00 WHITEWALLS FREE!! 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