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E8-Palm Beack Pott-Times, Sunday, Nov. 24, 1968 Phipps Rec Grid Leader 80G Pros Purse Awaits At National y& GOLF SCENE By Chuck Voorhis z- : - 'A7, V wW-S Sammy Snead. the Slammer, will team with Ed Tutwiler. former Walker Cupper in the Ninth Annual U.S. Invitational Pro-Am at the St. Lucie CC starting Dec. 12. And in that field too will be Bob Murphy, former I'.S. and Florida amateur champion who will be playing with Mike Estndge. a top flight Florida amateur. Snead. playing the tour briefly, has won a good bundle of prize money this year. Murphy, in this his first vear. has won more than $100,000. Another in the $100,000 bracket who will be playing is Dan Sikes. The field also will have Al Balding, who recently helped Canada win the World Cup in Italy, Deane Beman, former U.S. '"T V " (APVirrplMiio) ijiai I 5 U BOLT Lml THERE WILL BE AT LEAST $80,000 in prize money awaiting pros when they descend on the PGA National Golf Club for annual January Activities program at the club. This is a month when club pros from all over the nation zero in on the PGA headquarters to play in one or more of the six tournaments scheduled during the month. The line-up of tournaments reads like this. January 6-7 Age Group tournament, purse $5,000 January 6-9 Stroke play championship. $10 000 January 12-13 Quarter Century championship, lor pros who have been PGA members for 25 years or more $10,000 January 16-20- Match Play' championship $10,000 January 23-26 Seniors championship $40.0110 January 30-31 Senior-Junior pro-pro $5,000. The annual merchandise show, always a feature of the month's program is scheduled for January 18-21. Applications Ready For Seniors Entries are now being accepted for the Seniors championship, the big one ot the January program. This is open to all PGA members 50 years of ageorolder. It has been spor'ored lor the last few years by the Ronald Teacher Co.. but Teacher ended his tournament sponsorship after the 18 tournament and the Ford Motor Co. is the new sponsor. Johnny Gaucas, pro at the Van Schaick Island CC at Cohoes, is the president of the Seniors this year. Johnny usually arrives at the PGA just before the start of the program but this year he's down early and living in Lake Park, a short distance from the tournament site. There are some illustrious golf names on the Seniors trophy Chandler Harper who won it this year. Sammy Snead who won it three times. Paul Runvan. Gene Sarazen. Al Watrous. Dick Metz. Willie Goggm. Freddie Hass. Jr. the 1966 winner. Herman Barron and Jock Hutchison who won it twice. It's a 72-hole medal tournament played in seven age groups but the players must elect their group before play starts or else play in the overall group for top prize money. Gaucas. who announced that entry forms are now available, expects more than 400 players in the field which means some classes in it w ill be playing the West Course. Club Pros Play For Title The first PGA tournament for club pros and tour players whe have not played in more than 12 tour events this season, gets off the ground in Scottsdale. Ariz December 5. This is a $50,000 event originally planned lor the PGA National Golf Club in Palm Beach Gardens. Tommy Bolt, winner of the U.S. Seniors championship at Las Vegas, and more recently winner of the Florida State PGA championship, along with veteran Pete Cooper will represent Florida in the tournament. Gene Borek. the youngster who recently won the West Palm Beach open, qualified for the tournament from the Metropolitan district. There will be 200 players in the field including 34 section champions and all former PGA champions who were exempt from qualifying. These include Denny Shute, Bob Rosburg, Herry Barber, Paul Runyan and Chandler Harper. The tournament has all the talent to assure its success and make it a permanent f ixture on the PG A tournament program. HARPER amateur champion now a pro, Dutch Harrison, a three-time member of the Ryder Cup Team and Chick Harbert, elected to Golf's Hall of Fame two weeks ago, Dub Pagan, West Palm Beach CC pro, will team with Jack Sullivan, and Frank Cardi, pro at the It oc ka way Hunting Club, Long Island, will team with Mickey Armitage of West Palm Beach. About People, Places, Events Curtis Person of Memphis, who has won just about every senior amateur championship in existence, said he expects to play SIMPSON DANCES FREE - Southern jan superstar down are Cal's Dick Wag-California's 0. J. Simpson breaks a Cali- ner (69), Jerry Woods (53) and Mark fornia tackle while picking up a five- Hultgren (67). yard gain. Attempting to bring the Tro- Simpson Touted: Best Since Brown in the American Seniors stroke play tournament at the PGA starting Dec. 10 "if 1 can find anyone who will play with me." . . DALEY York Times Pro Pat Schwab of New Jersey calls members of the new APG "Professional golfers " and not "golf professionals.' . . . Lou Galby is back on the job at the Cypress Creek CC and has a new golf shop in the main clubhouse. The old one used to occupy a separate building at the north end of the parking lot . . . Marlene Streit of Canada will go alter her third championship in the Perry Como Invitational which starts at the St. Lucie CC November 28 . . . Bob Barbarossa of Ft. Lauderdale paced the University of louston golf team to the w in in the Shelton Intercollegiate tourna-,nent in Houston. He had a 54-hole total of 212. Dave Shuster of North Palm Beach, a teammate, posted a 228 . . . The South Florida Golf Association Seniors will play a two-ome team tournament at the Boca Raton Hotel and Club Monday - ri ' backs I wanted," he said. "Some day you'll regret it because the visiting teams' share of the gate will be mighty small when we have nothing but empty seats in our big stadium in Cleveland." Before anyone had a chance to leel sorry for Paul, however, he switched directions and selected a fullback Irom Syracuse I'niversity. a muscular powerhouse named Jimmy Brown For the next nine years the bulldozing Brown was to keep those seats from ever being empty by setting ball-carrying records that may never be matched. WHOA: There's a flag on the play. It has just been ruled that never' may be too presumptive a word. Standing in the wings and ready to spring to center stage is O. J. Simpson ot Southern Cal. He will be the No. 1 choice in the next dratt and seems destined for instant stardom. Not since Brown has the play-lor-play sport been confronted by any rookie with the enormous potentialities ol 0 J At the start of the season he seemed fated to land with the Cincinnati Bengals because this was a new team and any new team usually winds up as low man on the totem pole But the bengals are coached by Paul Brown, a genius, and he had them playing ARTHUR New PUZZLES r.dih'd bv William Cant CrOSSWOrd ' I5- A- II ITY I II "eiinl.in.ler NKSGIY1NG Phipps Park took over the lead in the West Palm Beach Recreation Department's junior football league with 20-14 win over previously unbeaten Currie Park in the first game of the w eekly tw in bill. The score was 20-14. leaving Phipps with three wins and a tie. Curri with three wins and a loss. In the second game. Pleasant City won its first ol j the season a 2 0 victory over I Gaines. Pleasant now has a w in. a loss and two ties. Currie used a double reverse in the second period to score its first TD. with quarterback Billy Bush handing off to Gordon Kelcey who tossed to Kevin Carter for the 23 vard scoring play. Carter took a hand-off and ran lor the Pat. Phipps tied it in the third period. Chuck DePaulo eoine off tackle for 26 and the TD. first of the three he scored. Currie used the double reverse to score again am: take the lead late in the thin.. De-jiaulo went through tackle again tor his second TL but the PAT try tailed am; Or ,e led 14-1.'!. With a mim.te. 1 'v-muss lett in the tinai pel :.... Phipps recovered a Currie .'.imble on the Phipps 25 Using all three times out. they rove down the field in sc. en plays with DePaulo geinv 'ver from 6. Rob Herron an ! B: nee Peterson were standout .eien-sers tor Phipps. Davie Bird ind Darrell Tucker for C ' 1 le Pleasant City and Gaines waged a scoreles battle be tween their 30-yard line until late in the lourth when Gaines interepted a pass on its own 5 On the first play. Johnnie Har-raway trapped quarterback Isaac McCarty behind the eoal line tor the 2-point safety. Elton Burroughs anu bannv Robinson were standouts tor Pleasant City. Booker T. Smith and McCarty tor Gaines. In games this week. Wednesday at Howard Park. Gaines tackles Howard at 7 p.m.. and Currie goes against Pleasant Citv at :i 121 Barks. 122 Postal bbrevia- 130 Carpet. 133 Poker stake, 134 Chiropractor's degree. 135 Passages: abbr. 136 Rend. tion. 123 Spanish name. 124 Rialto sign. 127 Dandy. 43 Completed deeds. 44 Profit. 45 Poker premium. 46 Scalp. 49 Standby supply. 50 Monotonous. 52 Coalition. 53 Talent. 55 Whirling toy 57 Chopcabbage 59 Plied. 62 Observe. 63 Burrows. 65 Physician: abbr. K V . by Nalhan W. 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Pilgrims 51 Part of the crane. 6 Skid row. settled. eye. 73 Direction. 7 Designating 19 Lengthy 52 Sea eagle. 74 Fasten, certain period. 53 Government 77 Brown, desert 20 Enrich. agents. 78 Dog trained regions. 26 Grampus. 54 Iowa to the chase. 8 Puzile. 27 Dutch religious 79 Norseman. 9 Mother-of- commune. society. 80Coolidge's pearl. 32 Place. 55 Weapon. "veep." 10 Houston. 35 Tricky. 57 Palm genus. 81 "Pilgrim" 11 Seem. 38 Torme or 59 Goddess of sculptor. 12 Strongest. Ferrer. dawn. 82 Most secret. 13 Accepts. 39 Nimbus. 63 Exclamation 83 Thin. 14 Practicer 41 English of contempt: 84 Doctor's of: suffix. river. var. concern. respectable ball. As the season progressed, the Simpson Sweepstakes saw four slow-motion teams dragging the heaviest anchors the Pittsburgh Steelers. the Atlanta Falcons, the Buffalo Bills and the Philadelphia Eagles. The Steelers made a mistaken spurt and won two games to drop from contention. Then the Falcons foolishly upset the Chicago Bears last Sunday tor thier second victory to fade from the picture. That left the injury-riddled Bills with only a zaney 37-35 upset of the Jets and the ridiculous tie to mar an otherwise spotless record. The lone in the clear was the Eagles. They have lost 10 in a row. If they can stay in the groove and not begin getting delusions of grandeur at this late stage, they can continue their stumbling passage to the end. winning nothing but 0. J. Simpson But before they reach out for their prize they had better be wary of the New-Orleans Saints a fortnight hence. It is unlikely that they can vanquish the three remaining foes, the Browns, the Lions or the Vikings. But the Saints might be beaten although those who hate Joe Kuharich. the Eagle coach, feel that he will remain true to his trust and fritter that away. too. II the Eagles ever win. it would be the most costly victory since Pyrrhus defeated the Romans at Apu-lum in 279 B.C. Say it ain't so. Joe. Stay in your rut. ALLIE Sherman, the Giant coach, and Wellington Mara, the club president, were talking about 0. J. the other day. "How good is Simpson?" repeated Mara. "He has been a more spectacular and productive college player than Jimmy Brown was. He's just as tireless and indestructable. He has to become one of the great ones." "I don't believe the rumors," said Sherman, "That George Allen of the Rams wants to trade three first place draft choices for 0. J. that doesn't sound like the George Allen I know." "1 understand." said mara. "That O.J. expressed a preference for a coast team, preferably one in the NFL. From the looks of things it would take a multiple deal to get him there. Deals ol that type are hard to figure out anyway. Remember when Paul Richards of the Orioles traded Bob Turley to the Yankees in one of those big turnovers? Everyone screamed that he'd just given the Yankees another pennant. 'So what?' 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