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1 E4 Palm Beach Post-Times, Sunday, Nov. 10, 1968 Pacers Play New Tunes As Court Hopes Bloom GOLF SCENE By Chuck Voorhis TANNER FREER t I - By DONFOYKIN Staff W riter LAKE WORTH The tune of "Sweet Georgia Brown" echoed across the gym as Palm Beach Junior College's basketball team warmed up Friday afternoon. It was evident the music, which also included several soul renditions, had the Pacers in a lively mood. "We only use the music as a method of getting the boys livened up after a day of classes," Tanner explained as Aretha Franklin's "Respect" was blaring away in the background. "It is sort of the hand clapping type music and it helps. But we only use the music when we are warming up." The warm-up music is something new for the Pacers. But music isn't the only thing new at PBJC 02 DIKES , .A JACKSON JAKES PGA Officials Meeting Here ALL OF THE BRASS OF Thfi Professional Golfers Association of America is now in residence at Palm Beach Gardens, which is to say they have gathered for the annual meeting of the PGA. Since Friday various committees have been meeting in closed sessions at the Palm Beach Towers, each in its own way setting up its position to be presented to the PGA delegates when the formal sessions open Wednesday. All of this is routine and nothing can be expected from these meetings until after it is formally presented to the delegates. The President's dinner Tuesday at the Towers may hold a clue as to what the committees have come up with. One thing Ls certain: A highlight of former PGA annual meetings has been the presentation of the PGA champion. Last year It was Don January. This year it would have been Julius Boros. But the Big Moose will not be here. Julie is one of the pros who adopted the new APG touring group but it is doubtful If he would have ignored his formal presentation to the PGA delegates as their champion. He has, however, a valid reason for not appearing. On Thursday he teams with Lee Trevino, the U.S. open champion, to represent the United States in the World Cup matches which begin at the Circolo Golf Olpiata (and that's a nifty name for a golf club) in Rome. The matches end Sunday. the Pacers also have a fresh look, one which shapes up as a winner for the first time in the four years the school has been playing basketball. At least Pacer Coach Jim Tanner is more opti- I .,;-v ' 11,; . 3 Watt t s-r- -CT- r Tide Trips Tigers By Pass, 16-7 5 - d mistic than he has been in the past three years that have seen Palm Beach record respective marks of 1-18. 5-21 and 12-13. By his own admission, Tanner w ill tell you that his three seasons at Palm Beach have been trying ones, but in the next breath he speaks of the future w ith confidence. "When I started at Palm Beach Junior College," Tanner said, "I predicted that we would have a winning club in three seasons. Last year was the third year and we won three of our first four games before we lost a few plavers for various reasons. "BIT THIS IS THK YKAK. We have to do it this xear. The players feel like Palm lieach has taken enough of its lumps." The Pacers open their regular season Friday niht, hosting Florid Junior Col.ege of Jacksonville and follow' with attractive contests against f-eshmen teams from the University of Florida, Florida State and Miami, plus both Miami D.ide teams and Indian River during the rem ander of the season. What typeot season is Tanner looking for'.' "If we can break ,5IH) with the type of rugged schedule we play," he said, "we will have a good season. I feel like if we can play as good or hi tter than we did last year we could possibly lake mr district." Teams In addition to Palm lieach that make up District IV nclude Miami Dade North. Miami-Dade Soul h, Florida Keys, ndlan Hlvci . Itrowaid and Fdlson. "I feel like the league will definitely be stronger tills c;ir," "anncr explained. "Any school could win It." While Tanner Is beaming wllll enthusiasm, he Is also cautious. Utter incnini let are lung lasting. Kach seasmi, I'.iltti lle.u h has lost several kev plavers due to bad grades. Hut Tanner s.ns lie Is more Ihnn hopeful gi.nles will not hurl hlsclub this e,ir. "THK HOVH MAVT, M.r.X turning In progress reports ..n Bow Kiev are doing," he cil'l. "and from all Indications It looks like we don'! have iiirone In Houlile, These bovs seem In be reallv applying thenwl'e " Twiner M'U lii'" "i" ''Itilil KattK'S, will' li ' nine befoie the ( 111 tillrM) ill e,lk, (fill' fi'- trey (lies if the lirtpl o'. i il I'aeef s. "If 'iifK'li')W tt IwM fc"-l llii'dili Ih'W Cist eit'tlt with an 0 leeni'l," If '"lit Vil'l In' 1(1 !efii rei,is tm tin second p.ii I hi lli' f .isoi; );' A i 'ei y Id.ii l .1 Id; 1 h'n v." PallM It' h M liil'ia ! l.U-i l('m List year's leain ill i font 7 Karl I lnll Icon J'jIiii rl Ii HikIi and high liiiiiplim b' loot t Wuriurr ,Uke l .fc W'oilh. Hxlli Hill lie starters Kriilay lllghl In the 1'awcr 'I-e unti will lie Jultieil by ti lout It -f I III Jack so 11 Ironi llm HUit, I liai lie Dukes, a fi lunter from Palm Iteueli anil ti loot Ward freer, who played at Lake Worth. "I tee like thin li a Ijein-f (ist le.nn ihan we had a vear ago." Tanner said. "And I (eel lide we will also have more depih this year." The rest of the Par ers line up this way: (iuards Joe Jurban, Lake Worth; liruce Perry, Palm lieach; Don Irwin, (Ireencastle, Ind. and Willie (ilbson, Seacrest. Forwards Gary Odurn, Palm Beach; Charlie Wilson, Morchead, Ky.; Herman Jordan, Lake Worth; and Jack McLaughlin, Lake Worth. PALM BEACH OFFERED A deliberate offense last year, waiting for the good shot. While Tanner does not claim his club will be trying to run with opponents this year, he does say. Palm Beach will be more of an offensive club than it was a year ago. "You play the type of game that best suits vour personnel," Tanner said. "We are not going to go out there and run the entire game but I will say we will run more than in the past." Tanner a self-acclaimed man-to-man defensive coach Insists he may switch to a zone defense some this year. "I am not much of zone coach. . .1 guess it is because I have not had much luck with it. But then a;;ain this year I feel like I have the players who can play the zone defense without getting hurt. Last year we had players like Tom MeClaren and Shawn McElroy who were small hut would really scrap on a man-to-man defense and really worry their man. But with a zone people could have shot over them. "This year our players are bigger and maybe a little slower and I think it will be advantageous to switch defenses occassional-ly." But Tanner knows It Is going to take more than a few bars of "Sweet Georgia Brown" or his coaching to bring Palm Beach Its first winning campaign. "If we have a winning team, It will be the players," Tanner said. "I don't care what anyone says, it ls the players that make a good team. Basketball ls 90 per cent talent and II) per cent psychology." BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (LTD - Alabama quarterback Scm, Hunter passed for two touchdowns and set up a field goal to lead the 18th-ranked Crimson Tide to a 16-7 victory over Louisiana State Saturday. With a capacity crowd of 67.292 watching. Hunter passed for touchdowns of 11 yards to Pete Jilleba and 16 to Donnle Sutton and hit on passes on Vi and 24 yards to set up Mike Dean's ERASER BOROS HOLZMAN 29-yard field goal. LSU's lone score came In the third period when a 15-yard run by fullback Kenny Newfield briefly gave the Bengals a 7-6 lead with six minutes gone in the Sub Leads Irish Rout second half. But the Alabama defense took hold, slopping one drive after the Bengals got a first down on the seven, and containing LSI! the rest of the game. Alabama took the opening kickoff 79 yards, mixing the. running of Jilleba and halfback Pete Moore, until Hunter set up a perfect screen pass to Moore that was good for 57 vards to the LSU 12. Morgan cracked the line for one and then Jilleba caught Hunter's first TD pass. Hunter passed 18 yards to Jilleba and 24 to end Bobby Swaf-ford to bring the ball to the three. A missed pitch-out set the Tide back to the 11 and after two incomplete passes, Dean toed his field goal. Seeking insurance with a 9-7 lead, Alabama begun marching once more in the fourth quarter after Hall intercepted a Gilbert pass at the Tide's 33. Hunter passed to Hunter Husband for I ' j . ' V 1 I t- v 1 ' i ' . i ' ' MwJ '1 If V ' J .... j ' 1 1 4 f Li I LaaJ New Officers To Be Elected. . . The keynote of these meetings seems to be "Where Are We?" "And Where Do We Go From Here?" The committee meetings will undoubtedly spell this out. There are a couple of factors that lend credence to Arnold Palmer's prediction for tour golf next year. Arnie, now playing In the Hawaiian Open, said in Australia, that he plans to take a three or four months vacation after Hawaii because "I'm tired." He said earlier that In 1969, pro golf would have a mixed up year. Arnie did not appear, in his quotes, to be too enthusiastic over It, even though he belatedly joined the APG. Billy Casper has solved his stalemate between the PGA and the APG by joining the British PGA and plans to play its circuit this summer. He likes Great Britain and the people over there . . . The PGA will get a new president this week. Unless there is a floor fight and there never has been Leo Eraser of the Atlantic City CC in Northfield, N.J., present secretary of the PGA, is slated to succeed Max Elhin of the Burning Tree Club, Bcthes-da, Md., as president. Also nominated for vice-presidents will be John Boda of the Andover (Mass.) CC to succeed Wendell Ross of the Pequot Club, Sloningham, Conn., Dugan Aycock of the Lexington (N.C.) CC to succeed William Clark of the Hillendale CC, Phoenix, Md., and Howard Morette of the Twin Lakes CC, Kent, Ohio, to succeed Jim Rudolph of the National Cash Register CC in Dayton, Ohio. Florida PGA Tour. . . The Florida Winter tour sponsored by the Florida Section of the PGA now numbers 12 tournaments with the first of them concluding toda at the Quail Hollow G & CC In Tampa. The section has also given sponsorship to a Pro-Am at the Royal Palm Beach G. and CC. Feb. 4. This event, with one pro and three amateurs, will be limited to the first 50 teams. Royal Palm is adding $1,000 to the overall prize money which makes this just about tops In its field this season . . . The second tournament of the Florida tour comes up this weekend with the West Palm Beach Open at the West Palm Beach CC. Newest entries Include John Barnum and Jim McCoy, a pair of former winners, and former tour player Bob Shave . . . Following West Palm comes Forest Lakes Open at Sarasota. The Ridge Manor Open, scheduled Nov. 30-Dec. 1 has been set back to March 8-9. After Forest Lakes, the tour moves to the Placid Lakes Open at Lake Placid Dec. 7-8, and the Jacksonville Reach Open Dec. 14-15, then halts until after the Winter Activities program ends at the PGA National Golf Club in January. It resumes Feb. 1-2 with the Mayfair Open at Sanford, the Pontiac Open at Riviera Beach Feb. 8-9. Indian River ODen at New Smyrna Beach Feb. 15-16, the Busch invitational at Temple Terrace Tampa, Feb. 22-2.'i, a $10,000 event; Spaceport Invitational at Titusville March 1-2, the Ridge Manor Open, and closes with the Golden Hills Open at Ocala March 15-16. . . Over Pitt SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) Sophomore Joe Theismann and little Coley O'Brien, erstwhile understudy to injured Terry Hanratty, teamed for five touchdowns in a 56-7 Notre Dame football rout of pathetic Pittsburgh Saturday. Theismann, replacing star quarterback Hanratty who suffered a severe knee injury in practice, brilliantly directed the Fighting Irish to a 43-0 lead in the first 27 minutes of play. O'Brien, who basked in Han-ratty's shadow for two previous seasons, scored three straight touchdowns as a halfback in Notre Dame's 26-point second quarter. Two of O'Brien's three touchdowns came on passes of 15 to 31 yards from the 163-pound Theismann who scored himself on runs of 10 and 9 yards as Notre Dame stunned Pitt with 23 points In the first quarter. Notre Dame reserves took over three minutes before half time which ended with an Irish lock up of the game at 49-0. Pitt's 159-pound Dave Havern 21, sent Morgan for 13 yards and then moved to the four before he lost 11 yards trying to pass. Morgan also lost a yard before Hunter hit on his second TD to Sutton. The win brought Alabama's record to 6-2 while LSU went 5-3 with the loss. began clicking on passes after Kansas Upset By Sooners the Intermission against fum UNI! Alahuma 17 H J1I5 91 1 107 2.12 21 21 8-20 2 1.1 22 1 5M 640 2 0 0 33 First clowns Rushing yardage Passing yardage Return yardant' Passes Punts Fumbles lost " irds penalized bling Irish reserves. He broke the Panthers' shutout with an 11-yard scoring shot to Joe McCain on the third play of the i.sr 0 0 7 lt-1 Aluhuma II 3 7-18 kirk Ala Jilleba 11 uass from Hunter second half. It was Notre Dame's sixth tri tailed i l.SU Newfield lri run I Lumpkin klek i Ala VV, I leans Ala Sutton It, pass Irnm Hunter ( Dean kirk' Attendance ti:M umph against defeats by Purdue and Michigan State. It was the seven setback In eights starts for Pitt, whose worst defeat was Local Pro Scene. a 63-7 opening massacre by LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) Oklahoma, undaunted by Kansas' perfect football record, crunched 81 yards to a fourth-quarter touchdown, then got a game-saving pass Interception from Steve Barrett In the end zone to upset the Jayhawks 27-2,'i Saturday. The defeat was the first for the No. 3 ranked Kansans after UCLA. Theismann, who had thrown only 11 passes all season behind The loss also dropped Kansas out of a tie for the Big Eight Conference lead with Missouri, which took over sole possession of first place The Sooners, who had lost this season to Notre Dame, Texas and Colorado, turned the tide with perhaps their finest defensive performance. Oklahoma 0 i 1 ln Kansas 0 17 7 i3 okld Owrns (I run ( klek tallivn Kan Mdiowan pa.s from OouKlass (kirk Idlli'ill Okla KilllnKsworlh 1.1 past, from Owns Ux-rr kirk 1 Kan-Kt, Bell Kan Slunklln 1!) run IIMI kirkt (ikla W.irm.irk 11 run iDrrr klek 1 Kan-.lnhn Kleins 1 run (Hell kick) (Ikla Owns 5 run (IVrr klrki the record-breaking Hanratty Harvard Slips By Princeton PRINCETON, N.J. (AP) Saturday hit on 7 of 10 tosses for 153 yards. He showed skill and poise In seven straight victories and may have ruined the Jayhawks' chances of going to the Orange Bowl. Kansas had been consid directing scoring marches of 80, 77, 65, 50 and 45 yards In Notre Harvard held off a last quarter Dame's devasting first half. Princeton charge as the Crim PHJC'S YAWL FIINDLEY . . .Leads I'acers in Opener ered a strong bet to win a bid to Miami had it beaten Oklahoma and Kansas State next week. Hanratty s knee Injury may require surgery but a decision son won their seventh straight Garnette Neil of the Cherokee CC in Knoxville, Tenn., is the new head pro at the North P.;im Beach Country Club. He succeeds H. FrancisShusterwho resigned. Neil ls a Class A pro who served at Cherokee from 1946 to 1966. He was injured in a serious auto accident In 1963, recovered and started piaying again, in his first outing at his new course Thursday, he had a 75. Neil plans to retain his present pro shop staff of Linda Hubbard and Harriet Johnson. . . Shuster, popularly known as "Shuse" had been pro at Nort Palm for three and a half years, most of the time as club manager and pro. He got Into golf In Springfield, 111., where he helped construct a new golf course. Later he served as secretary-treasurer of a club in Largo. His son, David, Is one of the top players on the University of Houston golf team . . . Another addition to pro ranks Is Bob Holzman, Jr., who played on the Palm Beach Junior College golf team fast year. His first direct assignment will he assistant to Joe Cannon, head pro at the Wilmington (Delaware) CC. This is the club made famous by the late Porkv Oliver. Bob worked this last summer with John Barnum in Belmont, Mich., and may be working this winter at the Pine Tree Golf Club. He ls a graduate of Seacrest High, has worked with Bob Toskl at North Key Largo, and Is living In Lake Worth. His best scoring round was a 67 at Plantation CC. He plans to attend the PGA Business School in Palm Beach Gardens next month . . . will not be made until next game Saturday, y-7 and re mained tied at the top of the ivy week. League football race. Pittsburgh 0 0 7 0-7 Notre Dame 2 3 26 0 7 Sb The Crimson defense, headed NI-;iadieux 19 run (llemple kick' Nu Theismann 10 run (Hempel kick M Theismann run (Hempel kick! by linebacker John Emersy, contained Princeton for three quarters NL) Safety Havern tackled In end zone Nt) 7'Brlrn 1 run (Hempel kick) Belle Glade Sets Races For Boats BELLE GLADE - A fleet of 60 outboard and Inboard racing boats is expected to lure fans Ni O'Hrlen 15 pass from Theismann (Hempel kick l Nl O'Hrlen 31 pass from Theismann (kick failed l NT) Landolfl 1 run (kick falledl Princeton Harvard 3 0 6 0-9 Princeton 0 0 0 7-7 Har-K; Wvnne 21) Har Hornblower 5 run (kick failed) Prln McCullough 1 run iHoltberR kick I A 36.000. I'Kh McCain 11 pass from Havern (Spteko kick i NO Crlnill 1 run (Hempel klckl A-W.075 from throughout the Palm Beach County area here todav to 1 watch the third annual Belle Glade Regatta. Competition will start at 12:30 p.m. with racing broken down into three marathon-type races Mail MINI G; MM l! all starting at the Belle Glade Marina on the Rim Canal Re-elected again for another 5-yr. term! around Lake Okeechobee. The event Is co-sponsored by Any Singl originol f'0'- 1 1 Is !wt tr 1 ' lamile On Mat 1 "'at. $; ''' ,,j mSsa 2KB II mfijfrr, the Boat Racing Club of Palm Beach County and the Belle Dartmouth Rips Lions HANOVER, N.H. (AP) -Dartmouth's blended offensive orchestra outplayed Columbia's record-setting one-man band-Marvelous Marty Domres to the tune of 31-19 in an Ivy League football game Saturday. Domres was In perfect pitch as he gained the league career total offense record, 3,677 yards, and the Columbia season passing mark, 1,710. Domres was especially sensational in the final period as he plunged one-half yard to give Columbia Its second touchdown and then with two seconds remaining in the game fired a 19-yard scoring pass to Bob Glade Chamber of Commerce which is also offering a barbe cue. guaranteed rustproofing 0 ZIEBART Among the top area drivers competing are Joe Miller, Lake Park, 17 national Class E champion; Mark Hauptner -Or, west I'aim Beach, in a new Id Yrs. Experience proves ZIEBART warranty iTTJTO L:r it -rO Class I', boat that won both of its heats In Miami last week; Ed -1 Hauptner, West Palm Beach, Class D. c AUTO PAINTING Stop in and te or call 832-6609 GOLD COAST ZIEBART 1, US(7s Hunter Dies LOS ANGELES (AP) - For Columbia 0 0 0 1 19 m Wam MM .AMU MUM awim mmu aoass nw s coonm mm mm um mm mam wtu . Llarl mouth .1 14 7 7 31 uart fii v. Donovan 28 Dart Lundqulst 4 run (Donovan kick) Dart R. Adams 19 Das intprrpnflnn 444 N. 27th Avt. FT. LAUDERDALE Ph. 587-9279 3100 N. DIXIE W. PALM BEACH Ph. 655-4335 mer athletic director Willis O. Hunter of the University of 1030 26th St. IP Donovan kleki W.P.B. Southern California, a prominent factor Is the Trojans' rise to power In college athletics, died Friday. Dart Chafev 25 run IP Donovan klckl Dart Bovlf 1 run (J. Adams klrki Col Wener S pass from Domres (pass failedt Col Domres I run (pass failed) Col Werner 19 pass from Domres Hunter retired from Southern 1 (Rose klckl A-8.444. Cal about 12 years ago.