The Miami Herald from Miami, Florida on January 19, 1969 · 42
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The Miami Herald from Miami, Florida · 42

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W'W k'F -f TSvwiK i0--' aV ( : 1 dtt t a tit i (eralfc Jan 19 1969 Sun Hialeah N’weslern To Clash Hialeah High will settle for another one-point victory Tuesday night when the Tho-oughbreds host Northwestern’s powerful basketball team Hialeah posted three straight one-point triumphs recently and its biggest victory last year was a 39-3S district player margin over Northwestern Northwestern however humbled the T-Brrds 103-65 last time they met Friday the Greater Miami Athletic Conference wrestling championships begin at Coral Park High The meet is considered a wide-open affair with half a dozen teams in title contention Host Coral Park is defending champion Basketball TUESDAY Belen at Pace (Fla Mem) Carol City at Edison Coiumbus at Coral Gables Curtey at North Miami Miami High at Key West (Northwestern at Hialeah i Jackson at Palmetto LaSalie at Aquinas Soutn Dade at Miami Beach iMays at Southwest Miami Christian at St Pat's Riverside M A at MMA Blanche Ely at Hollywood Hills 'Plantation at Chaminade Fort Lauderdale at Nova Pompano Beach at McArthur Diflard at South Broward iNortneast at Sfranahan Seacrest at Vero Beach McCarty at Palm Beach Forest Hill at Leonard Riviera Beach at Lake Worth Ciewiston at Jupiter Beile Glade at Okeechobee Pahokee at Martin County Carver at Boca Raton tNewman at North Shore PB Gardens at Kennedy Moore Haven at Bishop Verot iDunbar at Lake Shore THURSDAY Miami Springs at Carol City Jackson at Central Paimetto at Coral Gables Hialeah at South Dade FRIDAY iBelen at Riverside Southwest at Columbus Curley at Coral Gables Coral Park at Miami Beach Key West at Killian (Southwest) Edison at North Miami LaSalle at MMA Mays at Roosevelt Jackson at Miami High Miami Springs at Norland St Pat's at Pace Westminster at Evergladat Marathon at Deerborne (Ponce Jr High) iFort Lauderdale at Plantation (Nova) McArthur at Blanche Ely (Northeast at Pompano Beach iNova at South Broward Dillard at Stranahan Carcinai Gibbons at Cardinal Newman St Thomas Aquinas at Pine Crest Seacrest at Lake Worth Palm Beach at Forest Hill Jupiter at Martin County Vero Beach at Dan McCarty iBoca Raton at Belle Glade Pahokee at PB Gardens Okeechobee at Ciewiston Kennedy at Leonard Carver at Lake Shore Caloosa Conference Tourney at LaBelle SATURDAY Belen at Westminster South Dade at Coiumbus Dade Christian at Florida Christian Key West at Palm Beach Edison at Miami High Miami Beach at Mays Miami Christian at Coral Shores Hollywood Hills at Plantation (Nova) South Broward at Chaminade Blanche Eiy at WPB Roosevelt Okeechobee at Moore Haven FB Gardens at Belle Glade iForest Hill at Boca Raton Lake Worth at North Shore Kennedy at Northwestern Caloosa Tourney at LaBelle TTreslJing TUESDAY Killian at Jackson 3:30 WEDNESDAY Coral Park at Hialeah Coral Gables at Palmetto Edison at Central Caroi City at Curley Mays at Southwest Northwestern at North Miami tNova at McArthur F ' Lauderdale at Northeast Stranahan at South Broward Chaminade at Pompano Beach FRIDAY Greater Miami Athletic Conference Tour nament at Coral Park 2 and 7:30 Fort Lauderdale at Jupiter South Broward at Pine Crest SATURDAY GMAC at Coral Park 4 and 7 Mainland at MMA 2 pm Nova at Pompano Beach Gymnastics THURSDAY (Killian at Miami Springs Coral Park at North Miami Hia'eah at Carol City Norland at Miami High Golf MONDAY AAiaml Hiqh at Miami Springs South Dade at Killian Coral Park at Palmetto Central at Carol City TUESDAY Southwest at Columbus WEDNESDAY Curley at Coral Gables Hialeah at Miami Beach THURSDAY Palmetto at Miami High Carol City at Coral Park Hialeah at Norland FRIDAY North Miami at Edison Che 10 D America's Former Top Amateur Tennis Player Dennis Ralston among five young pro slurs slated for Burger King Tournament Roche Ralston Signed For Burger King Net Five young stars of the World Championship Tennis tour will be competing in the Burger King Pro Tennis Challenge Cup tournament at Hollywood’s David Park Feb 13-16 The Herald learned Saturday The agreement was announced by WCT Lamar Hunt's group with the remainder of the field to be announced within several days The five now definitely committed to the $15090 event at David Park are: — Tony Roche the 23-year-old Australian left-hander who was finalist in the first open Wimbledon and top money winner on the WCT tour in 1968 with $63-504 — Dennis Ralston America’s top-ranked amateur for three straight years before turning pro Last month Ralston coached the US Davis Cup team to its first challenge round victory since he helped to win the Cup in 1963 — John Newcombe the Aussie who won eight tournaments last year including the German Open He is a former Wimbledon and Forest Hills champion — Marty Riessen the youngster from Evanston 111 who turned pro last July and beat Ken Rosewall on grass two weeks ago to capture the Western Australia Open — Butch Buchholz the former US Professional Championships titlist who spent much of last year tending a bad leg Handsome Butch won the WCT “Handsome Eight” round-robin here last February The remainder of the field should come from the older National Tennis League which includes such illustrious names as Rod Laver Rosewell and the incomparably stylish Pancho Gonzalez GONZALEZ showed his class in his 41st year as he placed ninth in the 44th annual world rankings which were announced last November in World Tennis maga- Hnhdl3lf (Quit- imv-vu uumtitaiy '““OUNC zine Laver easily headed the list with his Wimbledon victory followed by Arthur Ashe Tom Okker of the Netherlands Rosewall Newcombe Roche Clark Graebner of the US South Africa’s Cliff Drysdale Gonzalez and Ralston GENE MARSTEN former Miami-Dade North player now competing for Pepper-dine College in Los Angeles has been teaching tennis to boys and girls in the nearby neighborhood of Watts Gene who was in Miami during the holidays has been instrumental in forming “Up With Youth” a volunteer service program for college age students If you are an interested student of tennis write to him at Pepperdine He will tell you how to set up your own shop in a hurry TOM EDLEFSON a trans-planted Californian now residing in Pensacola may Houston At Boca Polo Special To The Herald BOCA RATON — Boca Raton paced by nine-goal rated Dr Billy Linfoot takes on Houston in the Sunshine League opener at the Royal Palm Polo Grounds today at 3 pm Del Carroll an eight-goal veteran will spearhead Houston’s attack Four teams including Boston and Milwaukee will compete each Sunday in the 12-game Sunshine League season which runs through April 6 Omm Yotuir Ovm SSGg HUTCHINSON ISLAND ON THE OCEAN (AIA) FLORIDA'S VERY MODERN OCEAN FRONT TRAVEL TRAILER RESORT H Enjoy fishing swimming (heated fresh water pool) boating skiing surfing golf tennis shuffle board family fun at the playground exploring for Spanish gold or JUST LAZY DAYS UNDER THE SUN L J u Enjoy every Modern facility water-electricity sewage modern bath and showers (all exceptionally clean) 600 ft front footage beach food and supply center restaurant playground activities pavilion laundry boat marina and the best of salt and fresh water fishing With Holiday Out you have ownership in beach pool bath houses etc in addition to your own site The resort with country club flair on the ocean Hutchinson Island (AIA) is bordered west by the Indian River and near the St Lucie River a fisherman’s paradise Easily reached by modern highway WHEN YOU ARE NOT USING YOUR SITE Holiday Out will rent it FOR YOU Hereby you will be receiving returns on your investment Tennis With Bill Skeleton enter the City of Miami Invitational Jan 27-Feb 2 at Henderson Park Edlefson is No 11 in the 1968 United States Lawn Tennis Association Rankings Armistead Neely the West Palm Beach lad at the University of Florida ranks 17th nationally City of Miami Invitational entries close 5pm on Jan 2J Canada’s Mike Belkin (once of Miami Beach) and Mary Ann Eisel of St Louis will be the ones to beat in the Austin Smith tournament Tuesday at Fort Lauderdale JAIME FILLOL the former University of Miami tennis great and Ecuador Davis Cupper Pancho Guzman finalists in last year’s City of Miami Invitational Tennis Championships will be back in the 18th annual event Jan 27-Feb 2 at Henderson Park Fillol winner in five sets last year and probable top seed this year won’t be lacking for UM company Pat Cramer and Eddie Rubinoff are also entered Entries close Thursday Call Slim Harbett at 377-5546 for information ISLAMORADA FLA THE ISLAND!! STILL FLORIDA'S MOST UNUSUAL RESORT HAS ADDED SOMETHIN!) NEW AND WONDERFUL IN THE - ijsk FLORIDA KITS jil SAUNA MASSAGEI SUNDECK trow mehawimenI gutty 122 THE lMafuUr MOTEL A APARTMENTS 14 VaLALHAVHWCHENS PH ISLAMORADA 664-2031 ‘Dropout9 F osier Relaxes — Bowling9 s Fun Again Any resemblance between the Dave Foster of today an amiable 22-year-old bowler with the Dave Foster of yes-t e r d a y a temperamental teenager is not purely coincidental he worked at changing his personality on the lanes Dave was intense when he learned to bowl at 13 he was even more intense a year later when he was averaging 14 and he really felt the pressure after joining an adult ABC League at age 15 He rolled a 737 in his first year of ABC competition then as a senior in high school shot a 774 set and wound up with a 208 average at Cloverleaf and a 204 at Bowling Palace Then came college and Dave became a two-year bowling dropout “I lost interest in bowling so I dropped out didn’t roll more than six games in two years” said the lanky Miamian “Then I started figuring out why I never really won anything big in bowling “I had tried too hard as a teenager I was letting people bother me I was concentrating too much- on everything around me and being caught up in the environment of bowling instead of finding the enjoyment of bowling “When I graduated from Florida Atlantic University this June I found a lot of free time on my hands so I decided to go back into bowl- ing But I told myself I was going to learn how to relax I was going to learn how to adopt a different viewpoint and take everything in stride” In the old days when a bowler to his right or left went ahead of Dave it would upset his whole game “Now now” he said with a genuine smile “I just take it in stride” I Dave’s positive thinking on ' the lanes must be working One at America’s Most Fabulous Motels AT POPULAR PRICES GOLF PRIVILEGES NIAR1Y COUNTRY CLUR Private Bead Plaaned ntertaiameat Fria Parking Miniaturi Calf CetfeeShop Private Part Cocktail Lur e NEW! 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