The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah on April 11, 1975 · Page 9
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April 11, 1975

The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah · Page 9

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Classes Set For Soccer In an effort to promote the sport of soccer, BYU Special Courses and Conferences will be sponsoring the three following qoccer camps Camp I - Soccer Coaching Clinic For Beginning Coaches: Tnis program is designed to develop basic soccer fundamentals and skills in those associated with youth teams, school physical education programs, etc. Attention will be focused on program organization, rules, and various game skills. Dates: May3,10,17,24,1975 Instructor: Jim Dusara, Head Soccer Coach, BYU Camp II - Soccer Camp For Youth: BYU's annual soccer camp will be focusing in on outstanding coaching, fundamental techniques, advanced skills, modem team tactics, and films from the World Cup Competition. Individual participants will be exposed to excellent soccer facilities, including kick boards, targets, and pendulums for heading. Correct principles for speed, coordination, and quickness will be taught. The camp will have two one-week sessions (food and housing available on campus) from Aug. 4-9 and Aug 11-16. Ages will be 12-18. Camp III - Summer Soccer Day Camp (non-residential): This is an exciting course that will be taught this summer. The program is designed for the beginners on up. Participants will learn the basic conditioning, timing and fundamental skills necessary to become acquainted with the game of soccer. Friday. April 11, 1975, THE HERALD, Provo, Utah-Page 9 Amateur Golf King Faces Decision PRACTICING SOCCER are students from Kdgemont Elementary School In Provo. Help in starting soccer programs in elementary schools in now available through the City Community Recreation Office. The American Youth Soccer Organization is sponsoring similar programs nationwide. Soccer Action Begins Three BYU soccer teams will be participating in the Utah Summer League starting Saturday. Two teams are entered in Division A and one team in Divisions. All soccer players including the faculty and alumni or former BYU students are eligible to participate in the league. Interested players are asked to report for practice sessions which are held every day from 5-7 p.m. on Haws Field. According to head coach Jim Dusara, participation in Utah Summer League will serve dual purpose. "We have a tough fall schedule and we need all the preparation to build up peak physical condition and team tactics," he says. The more games we play as a team will be better for the team's preparation. We need to play at least a dozen practice games before the fall schedule. "Secondly, soccer is getting popular on the campus, and spring and summer are ideal times to enjoy this sport. It provides an opportunity for students and alumni to get together for a common recreation purpose, besides building up a broad image of soccer among the students, staff, faculty and alumni alike." Potter Honored Former Brigham Young University basketball coach Glenn Potter was honored recently at a dinner sponsored by the past presidents of the 30 year • old Downtown Coaches dub. Coach Potter, who resigned last month after three years as head coach, received a plaque citing his "appreciation, friendship and cooperation" with the Downtown Coaches. Each year the booster group holds a "Meet the Team Night" for basketball and conducts a spring awards banquet at which the top varsity and freshmen basketball players are among those receiving awards. AUGUSTA,Ga. (UPD—Jerry Pate must make a decisior i soon. ft is nothing that will shake up the world, that's for sure, but it certainly will make n big difference in Jerry Pate's 'tvorld, and that is why he's giving it so much thought these days. Pate is the U.S. Amateu r golf champion, and off his record in the past seven months, certainly the best of the seven am*iteurs starling in the Masters todaiy and probably the premier amateur golfer in the world right now Sometime between now and this coming autumn, Pate must decide whether to finish his senior year at the University of Alabama and get a degree, < >r try immediately to make it on the competitive pro golf tour. "My college coach tells m e not to turn pro, at least not until I finish school," Pate says. 'But every one of the pros I talk to tells me I should turn pro, that I canplaynow." People have done it both waiys. Jack Nicklaus and Arnold Palmer, to name two, twth turned pro rather than finish college, and it doesn't seemi to have hurt them. Dave Stockton waited to graduate, and he has won a PiGA Championship and a bunch of other tournaments. Gene Littler also got his degree, and he won the U.S. Open, In fact, more and more of the good, young playors coming out on tour in recent years are college graduates, li.ke John Mchaffey, Tom Watson a nd Tom Kite. But Pate's problem is that he already has demonstrated that he can play with the pros. He played at Jacksonville three weeks ago, and was within a stroke of the lead with nine holes to go. The next week at Hilton Head, he started with a 78 .. Build a richer, greener lawn. * ORTHO ORTHO-CRT/ Lawn III 22-4-4 Builds Beautiful Thick Green Lawns - Money Back Guarantee 6,000 sq. ft. of coverage. Save on ORTHO-GRO"" Lawn Food 22-4-4. Clean, odorless pellets provide fast action of nutrients to turn your lawn into a lush, green turf. Can be applied with any spreader. Compare price and coverage with other leading brands and see how much you save. , | $5.00 off when you purchase a bag of an ORTHO dry lawn product. New ORTHO Drop Spreader L... 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He will still be some credits shy of a degree by June, and that's why he must make a decision He can enter the PGA Qualifying School in November, or continue to play as an amateur, finish school, and wait until next year to turn pro Some people believe Pate already has made up his mind and that if he hasn't, he should, because he has nothing more to prove by playing among the amateurs. You get that impression talking to him, too "Winning the Amateur last year helped me a lot," he says "It's given me confidence, and made me realize I can win I go out every time now not just to win —but to see how far I can get under par." Pate's achievements since last September include a halfdozen or so college tournament triumphs plus co-medalist honors when he led the U.S. to the World Amateur Team championship. "All of this has taught me a lot,"he says. "In college, you don't worry about losing a stroke because you always figure you can get it back. 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