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West Palm Beach, Florida
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Friday, November 15, 1968
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ThunderbirdGolf Cancelled 24 Palm Beach Post, Friday, Nov. 15, 1968 Bull Gator Sees Close Ky. Game B) CHl'CK VOORHIS Golf Editor Sponsors of the SIM.OOC Thun-derbird Classic, long a fixture on the PGA tour, have called It e.uits. Robert Murphy of Flem-ington, N.J., chairman of the Thunderblrd tournament, called MaxElbin retiring PGA president, at the Palm Beach Tow Leo Fraser of the Atlantic City Country Club In Northfield, N.J. was elected president to succeed Elhin who had served three years. Warren Orlkk of the Tarn O'Shanter Country Club in Orchanllake, Mich., was elected to succeed Frawr as secretary. He had been treasurer. ers Thursday and Informed him that the Thunderblrd would not be played next year, and possibly never again. This message was relayed to the delegates to the 52nd annual meeting of the PGA in their second formal session Thursday. At the Thursday sessions. Bill Clarke of the Hillendale Golf Club, Phoenix, Md.. a retiring vice-president, was elected treasurer on the fifth ballot. Four new vice-presidents' were elected: John Boda of the Andover, Mass., CC, who heads the Winter Activities program at the PGA, to succeed Wendell Ross of the Pequot CC in Ston-lngham. Conn.; James Warga of the Fousgate CC, Jamesburg, N.J. to succeed Joe Aneda of the Newark CC, Newark, N.J.; Dugan Aycock of the Lexington CC, Lexington, Ky. to succeed Bill Clarke who moved up to treasurer, and Howard Morette. Twin Lakes CC, Kent. Ohio, to succeed Jim Rudolph, National Cash Register CC, Dayton. Ohio. Gardens' Gators Win ? AK ' ' ' : L ' 11 given no chance to play and will not make the trip. Cornerback Steve Tannen and tight end Jim Yarbrough are bothered by pulled groin muscles and have not been permitted to run at full speed all week. Saturday they will warm up and play If they are able. "Right now I'd say Tannen is probable starter and Yarbrough is a possible starter," Graves said. Eckdahl, in addition to a sprained toe and sprained left thumb, Is bothered by a bruised bicep on his left arm, an injury he initially suffered last week. A large knot has formed on his muscle and team doctors are now worried that he might have calcium deposit, a condition that would sideline the left-hander for the remainder of the season. Another Injured Gator, definitely lost for the season, Is Don Gramling, a second team wide-out receiver from Jacksonville. The junior college transfer separated a shoulder after making a (living catch late in Wednesday's practice and will miss Florida's last two games. Photo by John Crystal STOPPING A FIGHT - Palm Beach Gardens Coach Jim Pigott grabs Gator tackle Randy Irwin to break up brawl following 12-6 victory over Palm Beach High jayvees. Irwin was involved in fight on last play of game and his coach raced on to field and pulled him to sidelines by his jersey. Racing Dog L Biscayne Entries GRID DI ST (Jail Townsend of Palm Beach Gardens was crowned Touchdown Queen . . . It was Dad's Night for Palm Reach Gardens . . . Palm Beach High varsity coach Len Brown can look forward to next season as several of the JV members, Including running back George Tytlings and quarterback Keith He nschel were impressive in the Wildcats behalf. STATISTICS I'Rt. 1.' 11" IS 2 I o 1 First Downs Hushing Yardage Pissing Yatdage Passes Fumfolev Lost Yards Penalized 14 St OKIV. Palm Beach IV I I t I'ahn Hearh I. aniens 8 a I It I'D Twlins 111 i un Kick hi lied i'lll.-b.Suhv.n 15 run i kick tailed f'ltl i - 1). Sidw.u 1 run inin ailed All Mm Reported Bowl Southeastern Conference championship Saturday by defeating Auburn. They close out their season Nov. .'iO against Georgia! Tech. The States Item said indications are the Sugar Bowl would turn to the Southwest Conference where Texas and Arkansas are among the top eligibles -if Missouri loses to Oklahoma. Gi fiord Loses VERO BEACH Gifford High's slumping Tigers dropped their eighth football game of the year Thursday night against only one win, losing 22-7 to powerful Daytona Beach Father Lopez here. STATISTICS n (i First l)'wns H in P.ushing Yardayc lhl 'iii Passim; Yardaee 1.11 11 Return Yardaite ts-1 1H Passes 8191 1 lll.l Pimm 1 ii Kumtiles Lost 2 .1 Yards I'enalied 2"i llavtima Lopez 7 li 0 9t! (iillurd 0 0 7 11-7 1)1. Lucas 1 plunge i Connlev kit k ' 1)1. fjambtTl 1 pass horn Sullhan i kick blocked i G Smith 21 run (Smith run l)L Satelv ( Nelson tackled Smith i DL Lucas .12 run H'onntev kick Marine Weather Small boat forecast for the Florida lower east coast through the Bahamas as far as Nassau and southward through the Florida straits Friday. Seas two to four feet. Inland waters light to moderate chop. until the third quarter when the Gators finally Kit their offensive attack going,. Halfback Dyke Sklway who Rained 87 yards in 24 carries bucked 15 yards fur the euqali-2cr witli 2:5.1 led In the third period, .lack Turner extra point placement sailetl wide and the score remained 6 6. With a crowd of W) looking on, Sltlway gave the (.ators the lead for the first time with 1:51 to give I'alni Beach Gardens a l V advantage. The run lor extra point failed. Palm lleach tried In vain tc come back in the winning seconds but had Its final bid for a touchdown slopped al midfleld. As the nun sountled a slight skirmish broke out but was quickly squelched by the coaches. Georgia In Sugar NKW OKI. HANS (AP) -The Georgia Bulldogs will play in the 1!IW Sugar Bowl regard less how they fare In their final two outings of the year, the New Orleans States Item reported Thursday. Quoting unidentified sources, the States-Item said Georgia, 6-02, reportedly has accepted a no-strings-attached offer lend ered unofficially by the Mid Winter Sports Association. The newspaper said that according to reliable sources the Sugar Bowl also will invite Big Eight leader Missouri if the Tigers defeat Oklahoma Saturday In Norman, Okla., Missouri has won seven straight games since losing its opener 12 6 to Kentucky. The Bulldogs can win the Miami's Cline Still Ailing MIAMI (AP) Defensive end Tony Cline, slowed with a leg injury, remained a question mark Thursday as the Miami Hurricanes finished hard work for Saturday night's game with Alabama in the Orange Bowl. Team spokesmen said a decision on C line's status probably would not be made until game time. Reserve Jim Kresel has been holding down (.'line's post. Cline was injured in last week's game with Penn State. IT HOME OWNED - "TIRES ARE OUR By DON BOYKIN Staff Writer RIVIERA BEACH - Palm Beach Gardens' Gators ended their first football season on a winning note Thursday night, with a 12-6 come from behind victory over a stubborn Palm Beach High junior varsity team at Riviera Beach High Kie'ld. Coach Jim Pigott's Gators finished the season with a 5-2 record while the younger Wild cats dropped their first game in six starts. Palm Beach took the opening kickoff and drove 60 yards in eight plays with George Ty-dings sashing 10 yards for the touchdown to give the Bithy 'Kits a 6-0 lead that held up Score Board ABA Roundup Eastern Division Won Lost Pel. Behind 5 2 .714 - 6 4 Wt 4 4 .501) 3 4 2 2 7 .222 4 Minnesota Kentucky . New York Miami Indiana . . . Western Division Oakland S 2 .818 - New Orleans 4 4 .500 3'j Los Anseles 3 4 .4211 4 Denver 3 4 .424 4 Houston 2 3 .4l 4 Dallas 1 4 . 200 5 Wednesday's Results Kentucky 115. Los Angeles 108 Onlv ttames scheduled. Thursday'Miames Los AnKeles at New York Oakland at Dallas Houston at Denver (inly games scheduled. Friday's liames Indiana at Minnesota Miami at New Orleans Only games scheduled. NBA Roundup Eastern Division Won Lost Pet. behind Cincinnati 9 Baltimore 11 Boston 8 Philadelphia 5 Detroit 6 New York 3 ,750 .733 .727 .556 .50(1 .33.1 i 3 Vi 6 6 Milwaukee 3 .273 Western Division Los Angles 9 4 .6512 Phoenix 5 5 .500 Atlanta 7 7 .500 San Francisco ... 6 7 .462 San Diego 6 7 . 462 Chicago 6 19 .400 Seattle 4 13 .235 Wednesday's Kesults Baltimore 115. Cincinnati 111 San Diego 122, Detroit 120 Atlanta 142. Seattle 113 Only games scheduled. Thursday's Games Cincinnati at New York Detroit vs. Phoenix al Tucson Only games schedulPd. Friday's (iames Milwaukee at Baltimore Cincinnati at Boston San Diego at Los Angeles Philadelphia al Atlanta Detroit at San Francisco Phoenix at Scattlp Only games scheduled. NHL Roundup East Division W L T Pts. (iF OA Montreal 9 New York 9 Boston 8 Toronto 6 2 1 5 0 4 2 4 2 Chicago 7 6 0 Detroit 5 6 2 West Division St. Louis 7 6 2 Los Angeles 6 5 1 Minnesota 5 8 1 Philadelphia 4 8 2 Oakland 4 9 2 Pittsburgh 2 9 2 Wednesday's Kesults St. Louis 3, New York 1 Toronto 1, Boston 1. tie Chicago 6, Plttsburrh 5 Minnesota 4, Philadelphia 3 Oakland 2. Detroit I Only games scheduled. Thursday's GameM Toronto at Montreal Boston at Philadelphia Detroit at Los Angeles Chicago at Pittsburgh Only games scheduled. Friday's Games No games scheduled. By EDPAVELKA GAINESVILLE (AFN ) - The Florida Gators continued a "satisfactory" week's preparation for Kentucky Thursday and Coach Ray Graves is looking for a close game with the Wildcats in Lexington Saturday. "Personally, I feel the game! will probably be decided on the; kicking game and a field goal could be the difference," Graves predicted. Two of Florida's top players may be forced to sit out most of the game, and a third, quarterback Jackie Eckdahl, has been L Sports On Air TELEVISION (Saturday) 2 p.m. NCAA FOOTBALL SMIIvs. Arkansas; (10-12) 8: 15 p.m. NCAA FOOTBALL Alabama at Miami ( 10-12) (Sunday) 11:30 a.m. COLLEGE FOOT BALL Notre Dame vs. Geor gia Tech (replay) (10) and at 12:45 on Ch. 12. 12 noon COLLEGE FOOTBALL HIGHLIGHTS (Saturday's games) Navy vs., I'CA vs. Oregon State, Georgia vs. Auburn, Missouri vs. Oklahoma 12:45 p.m. COLLEGE FOOTBALL Florida vs. Kentucky (Replay) (I HF-34) 1:15 p.m. NFL FOOTBALL DOl BLEHEADER Dallas vs. Washington: 3:30 Minnesota vs. Detroit (4 and LHF34) 4 p.m. AFL FOOTBALL New York at Oakland (5-7). RADIO (Tonight) 7:45 p.m. PREP FOOTBALL -Seatrest at Vero Beach (WEAT-850 andWDBF-1420) (Saturday) 1:15 COLLEGE FOOTBALL Florida State at North Carolina State (WEAT-850) 1:30 COLLEGE FOOTBALL Notre Dame vs. Georgia Tech (HHEW-IWIO) 1:45 p.m. COLLEGE FOOTBALL Florida Univ. at Kentucky ( WDBF-1420 and 8:15 COLLEGE FOOTBALL Alabama at Miami (W'EAT-1230) (Sunday) AFL FOOTBALL - Cincinnati vs. Miami (VV HEW-1(1(1(1) ABA BASKETBALL - Miami vs. New Orleaas ( WHEW-1WI0) 0 KS-1NNUM 0 HUM HilTULT Invtitmtnt CtrMicitts from JSO to J lOOO Fundi AvoiUblt on Otmind For Florid Rtiidenti Only FUNDS RECIIVED BY THE 20TH EARN FROM THE 1ST MBit VKURItltt 4 IOAN CORP ?8?8 Broodwny RiviFra fteoh Important point: call B'4 A 1 1 1 II Timir a a In the are to in are the hit 9lh-M.C.,S Silent Tear Fabulous Whizzer Pranced Tri Nine LlllleKIt Homeprtde Boblilbson Mission Bound lllth-M.CS Aloha Black Favorite Meadow Invaluable Rlgfrie Chick L.G.'s Ada H.H. 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PGA, APG In Dayton Meeting DAYTON, Ohio tUPI) The warring Proffesional Golfers Association of America (PGA and Ihe American Professional Golfers (APG i are scheduled to meet here Monday with the Dayton area Chamber of Commerce to determine whether the 1!( PGA tournament will take place as scheduled. The classic, If il comes off, is scheduled Aug. M 17 at Ihe National Cash Register iNCR) south course. The Chamber of Corrvierce, which is sponsoring the SHfi.tKlO events, wants assurance that "we will have a representative field of stars, including most, If not al! of this year's top monev winners." said James. F. Clarke, manager of the Community promotion department. If the Chamber (ails to get assurance, It will cancel its tournament contract with the PGA and seek redress lor funds already expended. 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Dickie Lyons, the Wildcats' do-every-thing halfback, has been counted out of Saturday's game already with a separated shoulder. FSU (David) Vs. Goliath Wolfpack By JACK HARPER TALLAHASSEE (AFN) -"Actually they're Goliath and we're David." Florida State Head Coach Bill Peterson Thursday was describing the upcoming gridiron confrontation between the Semi- noles and N.C. State's Wolfpack Raleigh Saturday afternoon. He had his traditional crying towel out, discussing a rash of minor injuries to his players and size of those giant Tar Heels whose line averages 250 pounds. However, his comparison holds up. N.C. State is big, powerful and tough. The Seminoles lighter, faster and brave. But little old David DID slay-big, touch Goliath with a well-aimed stone from his trusty slingshot back In Biblical days. That is exactly what quarterback Bill Cappleman will be out do Saturday In North Carolina. 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