The Bridgeport Post from Bridgeport, Connecticut on November 8, 1967 · Page 42
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FORTY-TWO iPOWNAL. Vt. (AP) -- Rite Wing ($14.60) with jockey" Robert Del Gado aboard, won the feature race at Green Mountain JCC Swimming Team Preparing for Meets The Jewish Community Cen- ffark Tuesday. The winner cov-| ler - s swim team is preparm g for ored five mrlongs in 1:00 2-5. jj l s competitive schedule under (he direction of Harvey Uorer, swim director. Lawrence Hornstein, chairman HUNTERS SHOOTERS We Specialize in GUNS SERVICE For The Discriminating . COME SEE US FOR YOUR Z V t R Y PARTICULAR NEED! Stratford Gun Shop 1210 BARNUM AVE. TEL. 375-3087 Open Man. - Sat. Noon io a p,m. !of the Athletic committee, an- inounced that Larry Hauser, a Norwalk lawyer and former Georgetown University swim star. I has been added to the coaching ·staff. Assisting him will be Jim Hoffman, a Darien teacher and former college star. Swim team practice is scheduled daily Monday through Thursday, from 6 to S p.m. Tryouts will be staged the next few weeks SPOR1S PATROL By STEVE SMOER NEW YORK (UP1) -- All America football memo: Leroy Keyes of Purdue was named Monday in the Unitec Press Internationa! backfield oi the week for the third time this year and thereby prevented a Texas monopoly. Selected with the brilliant Boilermaker halfback were Mike Livingston of Southern Methodist, Ross Montgomery of [,j Texas Christian and Paul Gipson of Houston who went on separate rampages in the Lone Star State. ant! boys or girls interested mav contact the Center. THIS COUPON GOOD FOR Extra SH Stamps PLUS REGULAR STAMPS With Purchase of 53.00 or More at NORTH AVENUE TEXACO (Formerly Zold's Texaco) 547 North Aye., Bpt, Conn. Corner Housatonic Avenue This Offer Good Until Nov. 15, 1967 Faces Purdue Keyes. a repeater, accounted for four t o u c h d o w n s as Purdue walloped Illinois 49-9. He rushed 229 yards, scored three touchdowns from 3, 11 and 2S ysrds out and passed to end Jim Beirne for a fourth. Livingston starred in a 35-2S loser against Texas, passing for 37S yards and tossing three of his four touchdown passes to little Jerry Levias. Montgomery, a junior ha!f- back, piled up 213 yards in 3G j rushes for four touchdowns (1-11-66 yards) in a 29-7 victory over Baylor and Gipson hung up the vitai points with a 25-yard THE BRIDGEPORT POST, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1967. touchdown spurt plus a twn- Harry Gonso of Indiana, Curt tore, Wyoming; Jim Boiichillon,| J ac k NlcklaUS SciZCS Loran Auburn. Tackle-Bill Staley, Utah , .... . T , Chuck state. Gaurds-Ed white, can- Money Winning Lead point conversion run in a 15-14 victory over Georgia. Any one of several other Texans could have bumped Keyes out of the week's big four; So°°e if Leroy had done a shade iess. f touchdowi Wilson of Minnesota, Carter of Auburn and Williams of Stanford. Trojans' Star passed for three _ . . ,, . . , ^ against California Edd Hargett of Texas A. and but had one intercepted for a iY!., threw three touchdown score. Carter scored two and passes against Arkansas, Mike Leinert of Texas Tech ran for three against Rice and the year's best sub quarterback. Brooks Dawson of the University of Texas at E! Paso, accounted for six touchdowns againsl New Mexico State. Dawson, who accounted for seven while filling in for ailing Billy Stevens the previous week, massed for four scores and ran Over two more against a team enough to score an earlier over Utah State and tie of touchdowns against Vander- passed for one during one three- minute uprising against Florida. Larry Walton of Arizona State led the oilier running backs with four touchdowns against Utah. 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