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Palm Beach Post-Times Sunday, Nov. 3, 1968 D7 Harbert To Be Enshrined '. If In Golf's Hall Of Fame fWI IAX ELBDf, PRESIDENT OF THE PGA, will have one ' 'm . ' 'A f MAX ELBDf, PRESIDENT OF THE PGA, will have one I t XL happy task to perform before he retires from office during the annual meeting of the PGA at the Palm Beach Towers next week. He will call to the speakers' table, at the President's dinner which he hosts, a smiling, peppery veteran of profes GOLF SCENE By Chuck Voorhis Stevens Earns Pole Position MARTINSVILLE, Va. (AP) -NASCAR national modified champion Carl "Bugs" Stevens of Rehoboth, Mass., outsped 68 other drivers Friday at Martinsville Speedway and won the pole position for Sunday's $23,000 Cardinal 500 national championship race. Stevens, out to wrap up his second straight championship in the 250-mlle, 500-lap race on the half-mile track, gunned his modified Chevrolet to a speed of 79.928 miles per hour to win the top spot In the 40-car starting field. Eddie Royster of Mlddleburg, N.C., driving a modified Ford, won the outside pole with a speed of 79.751 m.p.h. DENNIS DORSEY Swimmers: Dorsev To Head Club sional golf. And at this point, he will formally install Chick Harbert as the 39th member of golf's Hall of Fame. Of course Chick already knows about the honor voted him by the 25 living members of th Hall, but this will be his big moment when pros from alt over the nation will honor him. What he has to say about It remains to be said at this dinner. But what he has to say about the current rift between the APG touring pros and the PGA doesn't have to wait for his acceptance speech. Chick, the son of the late "Pop" Harbert, golf pro, has had a long and satisfying career in golf. For 20 years or more, he played the tour, won the PGA championship in 1954 by beating Walter Burkemo, lost It in 1947 to Jim Ferrier and to Jim Tumesa in 1952. On his way to his title in 1954, he eliminated Porky Oliver, Jerry Barber and Tommy Bolt. Formerly Headed Tour Committee Chick played on four Ryder Cup teams, captained one of them, won a half dozen tour tournaments, one of them the Texas Open in which he defeated Ben Hogan in a playoff, and served four years on the PGA tournament committee, two of them as chairman. He served as pro at the Port St. Lucie Golf Club and is NEW LAKE WORTH Dennis tii ii mi hi Dorsey was elected president of the Lake Worth Swimming CHICK HARBERT: Elected to Hall of Fame. Association at its annual ban quet Oct. 26 at the Famous Restaurant. Dorsey is the past president of the Florida Gold Coast A.A.U. Swimming Associa Junior Gridders Play Second Tie tion, and served previously as president of LWSA for four RENTALS SALES a SERVICE years. Lake Worth High Athletic Director, C. H. McKinnon was master of ceremonies for the Seminole Golf Club Is opening Wednesday with the veteran Henry Picard back at the helm in the pro shop with the same staff as last season. Chris Dunphy, chairman of the greens committee, reports the course will be In goodshape despite a setback caused by Hurricane Gladys which washed out a lot of new sand from some of the traps. The Everglades Golf Club opens on the 15th. Head pro Ted Halvorsen said they had done a lot of work on the course during the summer. He will have as teaching pros C. Spencer Courtice of the Piping Rock Club, Locust Valley, N.Y. and Pat Short ridge of the Winona CC In Winona, Mich. Boca Raton Hotel and Club Is open. Pro Sammy Snead is due this month. Ron Polane, year round pro, will be his assistant. For the second year, the Country Club of Florida has remained open but its winter pros are due on the scene soon Johnny Farrell of Quaker Ridge and Jim Searle of Lake Placid, N.Y. Gulfstream will open this week and pro Bobby Crulck-shank will be along by Thanksgiving. From here on, this will be his only club affiliation, having given up his post at Chartlers CC, Pittsburgh . . . Dr. Robert W. Williams was elected President of the Boca Raton Men's Golf League last weekend at the Twilight League banquet held in the Spanish Lounge of the Boca Raton Hotel and Club. Williams succeeds Jim Brotherton. Don Jackson was elected secretry-treasurer. About People, Places, Events Dave Shuster of North Palm Beach, was the leading scorer for the University of Houston in regaining the famed Tucker Intercollegiate championship at Albuquerque, NM, a championship It held from 1957 until 1967. Houston is working wlih younger players. The winning team Included two seniors, one junior, two sophomores and a freshman. Dave, a sophomore, had rounds of 73-72-75-75 296. A team mate, Bob Barbarosa of Fort Lauderdale tied for sixth in individual with a297 . .. West Palm Beach women can win the county Interclub title by defeating Belle Glade women in a postponed match at Belle Glade Monday . . . The Breakers Golf Club will hold a Colony golf tournament Nov. 16-17. It will be a 36-hole four-ball mixed point quota event . . . Jean Bodman of West Palm Beach, who finished second low gross In a flight of the Perry Como golf tournament at Port. St. Lucie CC two years ago, succumbed to cancer this week. She was also active In bowling circles . . . Phil Bozzuto, former pro at the Palm Beach National Golf and Country Club will be the golf instructor on the winter cruise of the SS France this season, an old familiar role . . . event, which featured Mr. Buck Dawson as guest speak f ) IpJ X er. Dawson, the author of a number of books on competl tive swimming, spoke on his recent trip to Mexico for the A u u u yards and the TD, quarterback John Ingllss running for the PAT. A screen pass caught Gaines napping In the third, Ingllss lobbing to Chuck De-Paulo who was off on a 50-yard TD run; A 50-yard drive and three-yard plunge by Dicky Gallo added another touchdown and Ingllss again ran for the point. The final score was a four-yard plunge by Ingllss with Gallo converting. Leroy Wright and Isaac McCarthy were Gaines' standout defensers In the first of two games at Howard Park Wednesday, Currle Park tackles Gaines at 7 p.m., and Howard Park goes against Phipps at 8. 18 Olympics. Outgoing president Dr. BROTHERTON WILLIAMS JACKSON Bradley Coates was presented a plaque in appreciation of his YAMAHA service to the association. For the second week in a row, the Howard Park team in the West Palm Beach junior football league came up with a 6-6 tie, this time against Pleasant City in the first game of a double header at Howard Park. In the second game Phipps Park, making Its first start of the season, walloped Gaines Field 27-0. In previous games.Gaines had. tied Howard and Pleasant City lost to Currle. Pleasant City took a 6-0 lead with a 40-yard match in the second period, Otis Anderson going over from the 3. With two minutes left in the game, Mike Downey, Howard quarterback, hit Willie Ferguson with an 18-yard pass to tie the game. Johnny Harroway and Tyrone Hlgglns were the defensive stars for Pleasant City, John Risse and Bobby Mack for Howard. Phipps broke loose in the second quarter when Tim Geary broke off tackle for 24 2210 N. FED. KWT. OPEN MON. ft Ml. I rM DELRAY 278-0768 3500 N. FED. HWY. P0MPAN0 941-8758 Sports On Air L Bob DeYoung Republican For State Senate UlSf. JO fM AdV by Comp Tftoi DEPARTMENT MANAGER'S TELEVISION Today 11:30 a.m. COLLEGE FOOTBALL Notre Dame at Navy (Replay) (12) 12 noon COLLEGE FOOTBALL Saturday's highlights of Army-Penn State, UCLA-Tennessee, SMU-Texas, Kansas-Colorado, Purdue Illinois (10); Ch. 12 at 2 p.m. 12:15 COLLEGE FOOTBALL Auburn at Florida (Replay) (L'HF-34) 1 p.m. NFL FOOTBALL DOU-BLEHEAOER Baltimore at New York; 3:30 p.m. Cleveland at San Francisco (4 and LHF34). 1:30 p.m. AFL FOOTBALL DOLBLEHEADER Buffalo at New York: 4 p.m. Miami at San Diego (5-7) RADIO Today 4 p.m. AFL FOOTBALL Miami at San Diego my " j Men's golf jackets with no-bind back connected with the club as publicist for General Development which sponsors the major St. Lucie tournaments. As a Tournament committee member and in reference to the current split among pros he recalls, "The issues are very much the same today. Even though I served on the committee, I never shared its group philosophy, even as chairman. It never made sense me that the administration of the Tour should be handled by those men playing in the tournaments. It's basically Incorrect. I've never agreed with this sort of thing yet this is historically what the fellows want. They resent anyone with authority telling them what they can or cannot do. It can't be done. The counterparts of those who supervised things before will have to be created, and you'll find again that this authority will be resented." Bobby Jones Speaks Out The PGA has now carried Its fight with the APG Into the Federal Appeals court. Losing out In Federal District Court in Wilmington, Del. in its bid for an Injunction to restrain the APG, It has filed an appeal with the Federal District Court In Philadelphia. It's coming up Nov. 29. The bid of the APG to form Its own tour has had tacit acceptance In some quarters but the golfing public is unhappy about it and what It can do to harm golf. Bobby Jones, the Emperor of Golf back in the 30s, the only amateur ever to win the British and U.S. Opens, the British and U.S. amateur championships in the same year, has some comments on the issues which were released by the United States Golf Association for publication today. Jones says there is little appreciation today that golf Is an amateur game, developed and supported by those who love to play it. "Amateurs have built the great golf courses where the playing professionals play for so much money; amateurs maintain the clubs and public links organizations that provide jobs for working professionals; amateurs spend millions of dollars each year on golf equipment and clothing; and amateurs rule and administer the game on both sides of the Atlantic. In this way, golf has prospered for several centuries. It would appear to be the best possible arrangement. "In the current controversy, the tour players are apparently choosing to regard themselves only as performers whose skills are to be sold to the highest bidder. They have great box office appeal in person and on television, and so earn magnificent Incomes. Even so they feel they can get more money under a different set-up. "That is certainly within the rights of the players, but it would seem they are risking two things: (1) that they may price themselves right out of the market and, (2) they may disrupt the PGA which appears to be the best hope for a permanent ruling body of the professional game. It is difficult to see that anyone Is suffering under the present arrangement. "It is the amateur who supports the game, the tour and professional golfers. There is no indication the tour players have any great concern for the multitude ... It may be the tour players can go their way and leaving the teaching pros go theirs, but I very much doubt It. It would be much better if they could find shelter under one roof." Shuttered Clubs Are Reopening. This Is the time of year when golf clubs, which have been closed for the summer, are starting to come alive. Palm Beach Country opened Thursday with Bobby Benson as the new head pro. Savo 2.11 CRAVENETTE FINISH REPELS RAIN Handsome, comfortable . . . perfect for sports or leisure ! "Flex-A-Vent" back lets you swing easily, thanks to elasticized knit inserts. Machine washable satin-backed rayon-cotton twill. Button tab collar. Sizes 36 to 46. ( 10 Will Play In Net Meet Forty players have been listed for play in an open tennis tournament for women which gets underway at three courts in the North Palm Beach area Monday. The tournament, sponsored by the North Palm Beach family branch of the YMCA Is under the direction of Martha Cochran. Play in singles, will be In two divisions, the first for more experienced players and the second for those with limited experience. 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Communique, bred by the late Walter Jeffords, has won 21 races to date and amassed earnings of more than $100,000. Among his highlights is a victo ry in the 1964 Hurricane Handicap at Tropical Park and a third In this same race a year later. He also holds a decision for place at level weights with the mighty Kelso earned In 1965 at Monmouth Park. Two years younger at six-years-of age Is Mrs. Maribel Blum's Codomlz. In 1967 this South American mare became the first of her sex to win a division of the Hurricane Handicap. In trying for her second consecutive victory In the opening Call 832-3863 Today Open Mon. & Fri. Til 9 P.M. FREE PARKING (CITY LOT) WARDS 122 No. Olive Ave. Downtown West Palm Beach events remains as It has been in past seasons.