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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 19

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Palm Beach Post, Tuesday, Nov. 5, 1968-19 4 Wgg J' . Air - W . fiP- New Defense Kept Jurgy On Ground! Unitas Out But Colts Won Anyway NEW YORK (AP) "We used to depend on John (Unitas). We put all our faith In him. If we were down 10 points with two minutes to go we figured he'd do it. Now we realize each man has to give a little more." John Mackey, Baltimore's fine tight end, was trying to explain the Colts' success Monday, without the services of Unitas, considered by many the greatest quarterback In the game. Unitas is out of action because of tendonitis in his right elbow. "We're doing things differently," said Mackey at the Pro Quarterback Club luncheon. "We are gambling more with reckless abandon. We're not sitting back to see if somebody else is going to help us out. We know we've got to go out and win it ourselves. , J J I . - j Jurgensen saw a lot of them. Wearing a cage to protect his cracked ribs, Sonny was tossed seven times for 45 yards. Page spilled him four times. Grant said the defensive maneuver was adopted for the Washington game specificallly "We simply felt our front four were strong enough to at least contain them until help could arrive," said Grant. "It was just a case of the Vikings defensive line overpowering our offensive line," Coach Otto Graham said. "You've got to run to keep a defense honest. But then we got behind and had to pass." MINNEAPOLIS-ST. PAUL (AP) If Washington's Sonny Jurgensen had time to steal a glance beyond the savage pass rush, the Vikings secondary Sunday was as crowded as a Minnesota pine forest. There were occasions when Jurgensen looked, if he had a moment, and saw no line backersbut seven defensive backs. It was Minnesota Coach Bud Grant's way of containing the Redskin passing attack and It worked into a 27-14 victory which was a shutout until the last minute and 48 seconds. The defense was designed by Vikings secondary coach Jim Carr, who played with Jurgensen at Washington before joining the Minnesota coaching staff. Minnesota safety Paul Krause, who came to the Vik J i jw.v,-yM,- .; v-v y.'s- s-a Earl Morrall a fine tactician" Packers Need Placekicker To Get Back In NFL Race "Last year we all were hoping Green Bay would knock off Los Angeles the next to last week but the Rams won it on a blocked kick and they got momentum from that." Baltimore went down to the last game unbeaten last year only to lose to the Rams 34-10. the entire game if it had split the uprights. "If you cash in on opportunities and build up a lead even a threpoint lead have forced a change in the game," Bengtson said. "It would have been nice to have forced the Bears to throw more than staying on the ground." JAI-ALAI OPENS NOV. 15th Reservations for Excitement CALL 844-5211 GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) Wanted: Competent field goal kicker; good pay for seasonal work from July to (hopefully) mid-January. Although the Green Bay Packers are not considering publishing the above ad, the need for a consistent kicker is very apparent. The Packers, defending National Football League and Super Bowl champions, slipped below .500 again Sunday when Mac Percival's free kick with 26 seconds left gave the Chicago Bears a 13-10 victory. No. 1, we let (Gale) Sayers get too many yards," Packers Coach Phil Bengtson said Mon day. He had just finished watching film of the loss that dropped Green Bay to a 3-4-1 record and a tie for last place In the tight Central Division race. "Then we didn't cash in on our scoring opportunities," he said. Since Don Chandler retired following the Super Bowl, the Packers' kicking game has suffered. Sunday, it was atrocious. Erroll Mann, the latest of many Green Bay kickers this season, missed two field goals from 29 and 44 yards out. Chuck Mercein, a running back, missed one of the two he tried. Any one of the three missed field goals might have changed ings in an off-season trade from Washington, said that the defenseused mostly on obvious third down passing situations completely befuddled Jurgensen. "Jurgy thought we were playing a zone when actually we were in single coverage," said jirause, who intercepted one pass. "After the game, Jurgy came up to me and asked me what we did. He still didn't knrw." Spedesters Bobby Bryant and Charlie West came in for the outside linebackers and Dale Hackbart took the spot at middle guard in the defense. The off-beat defense began from the start five backs and only two linebackers because of the passing reputation Jurgensen brought to town. The Vikings used the two linebackers except on rare occasions. When a long yardage situation faced the Redskins the linebackers took the bench in favor or two more backs. Grant left the passing rush up to his front four of Carl Eller, Gary Larsen, Jim Marshall an Alan Page. I'M WORKING TO ELECT HICKS mn Knaarrniff-MT. as MR. JOSEPH LUDWIG BROADCAST ENGINEER M Pol , Seeded Netters Adv ance Easily HEARING AIDS 75 Kl.l I. SKI I" 'in. 1 1: m: ii" Kll, " 2 t.lpi OoJr t 30 I 30 NUt FISHING WED. Fll 7 PM to II 'M RIVIERA CITY DOCKS Bollt ri Accessories Repairs, all makes RIVIERA OPTICAL Cll fOK HfSKVATIONS (APWIrepholo) game at Minneapolis-St. Paul. Harris intercepted a pass intended tor Minnesota's Tom Hall (86). In Front of Hall is Redskin Pat Fischer (37). Minnesota won, 27-14. 2105 liiofegp, livitri hid) 848-4412 IPVI 8-2919 NITE VI 4-6920 TOP MAN Ricky Harris (46) of the Washington Redskins comes out on top in this scramble for a pass thrown by Minnesota Viking quarterback Joe Kapp during Sunday's These were In the First Division. In the second division, matches were played under the proscoring system with these results: Nancy Sterling over Nancy Dunbar 8-1, Carolyn Rawlcr-son over Sylvia Rathbone 8-0. Quarter finals matches are scheduled today along with the start of the doubles competition. Matches are being played on three courts North Palm Beach, Lake Park and Palm Beach Gardens. NORTH PALM BEACH -Seeded players, who drew first round byes advanced easily Monday to the quarter final round of a three-day tennis tournament sponsored by the North Palm Beach YMCA Family Branch. Victories were scored by Rena Canipe over Becky Behren 6-1, 6-0, Adela Gola over Sherry Davis 6-1, 6-1, Pat Atwater over Alma Bettis 6-3, 6-1, and Doris Jones over Lucy Morgan 6-1, 6-3. Player Shifts Paid Off In 'Unsung' Performances 9 ELECT JOEfrhHUmPHREVcoP 'Mi 11 STATE SENATOR District 34 . Pd. pi. Adv. JflL "Mil A PERRY LEWIS ZAMMIT the tools you'll ever need at miQtth ON I SINGER y -S ISLAND By DON BOYKIN Staff Writer High school football coaches usually have reservations about changing a player from one position to another. But for two mentors, such decisions this past weekend turned out to be good ones. Lake Worth Coach Bill Humphrey put Chris Perry at tailback for the Cardinal Newman game and the 6-foot, 170-pound senior responded with 108 yards rushing and scored the Trojans first touchdown. Humphrey noted that Perry, Lake Worth's Unsung Hero nomination, did an outstanding job of running and blocking in the first half before returning to primary duty as defensive end, where he normally plays. Palm Beach High coach Len Brown moved Robin Bradbury from quarterback to defensive halfback and the 5-foot-ll, 165-pound senior made eight unassisted tackles and three assists in his first game at this position. Bradbury was Palm Beach's nomination for Unsung Hero. Other Unsung Heroes: FOREST HILL Coach Jerry Jacobs nominated offensive guard and defensive linebacker Glenn Percy, monster man Rich Grisham, and wlngback Richard Speece for their play against Riviera Beach. Jacobs said that Percy is one of the few Falcons who plays both ways. Grisham did an outstanding job, according to Jacobs, who added that Speece was at usual form with three pass receptions. ROOSEVELT Defensive end Welcome Spence, linebacker Roger Howzell and offensive tackle Donnie Wright were Coach Alphonso Sutton's nomination for their play against North Shore. Spence, a freshman, made three tackles and did a good job of rushing the passer; Howzell accounted for three tackles and knocked down five passes and Wright did a fine job of opening holes in the line. CLEWISTON Coach Tom Roberts named defensive end Keith Carter, who made five tackles and was in on two more against Moore Haven. KENNEDY Linebacker Larry Locke intercepted two passes, returning one for .12 yards, the second for 60 yards and a touchdown and made four tackles against Gifford to earn Coach Ben McCoy's nomination. ri When you live at Sugar Sands youH toss your cares to the breeze and live with ease because that's the kind of island paradise this is! Be King in your Castle at Sugar Sands, reign over all the can-dos this tropical island offers. How about the lake and ocean for sunning, surfing, sailing and fishing or stop by the Sugar Sands Club for a dip in the pool, aj RIVIERA BEACH Coach Lincoln Knowles chose Clarence Jones, a 5-foot-10, 165-pound cornerback, who blocked a punt, recovered the ball and went 50 yards for a six-pointer and also intercepted a pass against Forest Hill. JUPITER Coach Red Shirar named Mike Engle, a sophomore guard, because of a good job of blocking and good defensive play as a linebacker against Belle Glade. SEACREST Offensive guards David Kocher and Mike Lewis were chose by Coach Randy Cooper for the fine job they did of springing Seahawk runners against Pahokee. BELLE GLADE Julian Sanchez, a 176-pound guard, was selected by Coach Red Jenkins on the basis of his offensive blocking against Jupiter. PALM BEACH GARDENS Mickey McDonald, a sophomore, was Coach Jim Pigott's choice for his play at defensive halfback and brief duty at quarterback against Boca Raton. ST. ANDREW'S Coach Jim Davis nominated Henry Branca who played linebacker, safety and quarterback against Florida Christian and did a creditable Job at each spot. DAN MCCARTY Coach Mick Viland singled out Eddie Robinson for his play at fullback and linebacker against Palm Beach. Viland said that Robinson's blocking was responsible for halfback Jackie Robinson's success. NORTH SHORE Bill Zammit, defensive halfback, was Coach Bill Hobson's pick for his 10 tackles, two assists and one interception against Roosevelt. VERO BEACH Coach Dan Thweatt selected offensive tackle Calvin Jones for his blocking against Cocoa. CARDINAL NEWMAN Defensive tackle Ed McGann, who made seven tackles and two assists against Lake Worth, was Coach Sam Budnyk's choice. LEONARD Coach Bill Burke named Tom Bonner, a 5 foot-11, 175-pound center and linebacker for his play against Martin County. Bonner drew special praise from Burke for his offensive exploits. LAKE SHORE Coach Willie Irvin nominated Hiawatha Plalr, a middle guard. "He gave the Apopka offense a real rough time." game of tennis, sharpen up your golf, or even a restful sauna . . . could be the order of the day. The variety at Sugar Sands will keep you happy from sun-up to sun-down, then retreat to your private world of Beach House or Hi-Spire, and yes, happiness lingers on! n i with a WINNER!? i i FOR YOU Protection i i Pi: i. !; . j; C i: Pd. Pol. Adv. 1 For Sheriff Take CLINTON E. RED TAYLOR Democrat LEVER 23-B y"Lp m m m Wl i "T J- n r u6?an j, i i ill v b. 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