Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida on February 24, 1973 · Page 11
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NEWS-HEBALD, Panama City, Fla., Saturday, February 24, 1978 Page SB Fezler Leads Gleason Golf By Two Strokes At Halfway Mark LAUDERHILL, Fla. fUPI) - Y^ngF6rrest Fezler kept his holSf^.^^ he rammed rmsa 70-foot putt and went on to take a two-stroke lead over gregarious Lee Trevino at the midway point of the $260,000 Jackie Gleason Inverrary Clas- proiliictiiiiiol " THE POSEIDON 40///,rOTf LAST WEEK TWENTIETH CENTURY-FOX florido theatre mHSTRf [T/ 763 1495 aRONAlDNEAMEfilin HimafdmwmL' ADMISSION CHILDREN $1.00 ADULTS $2.00 FEATURES 2:30^;4O.6;5O-9; 16 P.M. Together M„g wi« c«ne. N -««i^i The 'Love Story"Ciriawnl «.«B ..llh>w^.yT [WW PLAYING ~ THIE aiETAWAY STEVE MCQUEEN ALI MacGRAW lECHNftOtN greens that cost him a couple of closing birdies, had his second 69 and held on to the runnerup spot with a 138. Fezler, who has won only $5,400 so far this year, his second on the pro golf tour, FEATURES: 2:46 - 4:50 . 6:54.8-58 ADMISSION: CHILMEN 75c HIS MOUNTAINS. HJis PEACE. HIS GREAT HUNT& HIS YOUNG BRIDE. WITH ALL THAT. _^ IT SHOULD HAVE BEEN DirFERENT. NOW PLAYING JEREMIAH JOHNSON ROBERT REDFORD TKCMMICOUOW capatheatre UriBRBSHIimNGCNTR/!85 5818 ADMISSION: CHILDREN 75c ADULT S $2.00 FEATURES 1:30 - 3:23 - 5:1 6 - 7:09 • 9:02 P.M. isle of view drive-in ran AVENUE/785-4110 STARTS TOmCHT "A smashing mystery, loaded with comedy and fun... great entertainment/' flONABARREn WHODIDIT? Mafsbest sic. The 23-year-old Califomian from San Jose shot a three- under-par 69 in Friday's second round of this year's second richest PGA tournament for a 36-hole total of eight-under-par 136. Trevino, despite his grumbling about cleat marks on the Hubert Green, playing for Panama City Beach's Bay West Club, carded a 72-73-145, nine off the pace. Gardner Dickinson, former Panama Ci- tian, missed the cut with a T5- 76-151. or a man? MGM Presents JAMES GARNER KATHARINE ROSS THEirONLYKIlLTHEIR MASTERS HALHOLBROOK-HARRYGUARDINO-JUNEALLYSON 6s .r,CHRIST0PHER COIEILY-TDM EWELL- PETER LAWFORD • ARTHUR O-CONNELL-EDMONOOBRIEN-ANN RUTHERFORD Men by LANE SLATE • Produced by WILLIAM BELASCO • Directed by JAMES GQLDSTONE MGM I admitted that Forrest Fezler Lee Trevino GIbby Gilbert Gay Brewer Bruce Devlin Al Gelberger Tom Kite Hale Irwin John Miller Jack NIcklaus Curtis Slfford Jerry Heard Doug Sanders Sam Snead Ed Sneed Art Wall Buddy Allln Frank Beard Chorles Coody Tom Jenkins Grier Jones Gene Littler John Mahaffey Fred Marti Jerry McGee Bob Murphy J.C. Snead Ken Still Larry Ziegler Bob Barbarossa Marty Bohen Byron Comstock David Graham Hubert Green Bert Greene Mike Hill Larry Hlnson Steve Melnyk Bobby Nichols Andy North Arnold Palmer ChlChI Rodrlquez Dan SIkes Tom Welskopf George Archer Romero Blancas Rod Funseth Bob Goalby Lou Graham Lionel Hebert Babe Hiskey Allen Miller Mason Rudolph Art Sllverstron* Bob Smith Leonard Thompson Butch Bulrd Julius Boros Jim Jamlcson Tom McGlnnIs Mike Morlcy Lanny Wadklns Jim WIechers Bert Yancey ' Jim Colbert John Garner Paul Harney Don Iverson Ralph Johnston Cesar Sanudo Kermit Zarley one of the 67-49-134 69-69--138 69-70-13? 67-74-141 72-69-141 71-70-141 70-71-141 73-69-142 71.71—742 73-69-142 73-69-142 74-69-143 71-72-143 74-69-143 72-71-143 73-70-143 72-72-144 73-71-144 73-71-144 72-72-144 72-72-144 73-71-144 73-71-144 73-71-144 73-71-144 73-71-144 73-71-144 75-69-144 74-70-144 71-74-145 75-70-145 74-71-145 74-71-145 72-73-145 72-73-145 76-69-145 76-69-145 74-71-145 73-72-145 75-70-145 74-71-145 73-72-145 74-71-145 71-75-145 75-71-146 74-72-146 72-74-146 74-72-146 72-74-146 74-72-146 75-71-146 74-72-146 74-72-146 74-72-144 72-74-144 72-74-146 74-73-147 72-75-147 72-75-147 76-71-147 75-72-147 73-74-147 74-73-147 76-71-147 7.5-73-148 71-77-14B 73-7S-148 72-76-148 76-72-148 75-73-148 73-75-148 problems he would have overcome the final two rounds of thp Gleason Classic was to avoid letting the spectre of the $."12,000 winner's prize haunt him. "One of the things I've been trying to learn in the short while I've been on the tour is to play ohe round at a time," said Fezler. "I've been in ttiis position several times before and let it get-away. You simply cannot spend too much time thinking about It." Fezler, who got his tour card the fall of 1971, started Friday's round tied with Gay Brewer after both shot 67s in the opening round. It was the veteran rather than the newcomer who faded Friday as Brewer, who missed short putts on four straight holes, shot a 74 -14'1. Fezler, who has not finished j higher than a tie for eighth as a pro, had an erratic, even-par front nine Friday, but started the back nine with that 70- footer and added two more birdies to equal the 33 he shot on that side of Inverrary on Thursday. "Actually, I didn't play that well," Fezler said. "I haven't been chipping well and if I Biddy League To Play Today Biddy League basketball, sponsored by the Jaycees, will be resumed today at the Rosenwald gym with a full schedule of games. THERE WAS NO LIMIT TO THE HORROR ...NO END TO THE METROCOLOR mgm o OPEN i :30 SHOW 7:00 P.M., ADMISSION $ 1.75 1 Trout Fishing Is Picking Up Speckled trout fishing has picked up In local waters and b'uefish are also biting. The bottom boats have been bringing in good sized catches of grouper. Bass and crappie fishing has improved in Deerpoint Lake and other spots in this area. Anglers Qompete Several Panama City area fi.<!hermen are competing In the $10,000 bass tournament that opened Friday in Lake Semi role. The meet ends today Headquarters are at Jack Wingate's Fish Camp, Bainbridge, Ga. FINN SKIER WINS FALUN, Sweden (UPI)' Tauno Kaeyhkoe of Finland won the 70-meters hill ski jumping title Friday in the international Swedish ski games, a prep for next years J world nordio ski championships. BARBERSHOP^ HARMONY SHOW SAT.nB.24 8HI0PJH. MUNICIPU AUDITORIUM S|ATE CHAMPS *7HE SONG MACHINE" QUARTET 3 CHORUSES 4 QUARTETS OFTVNDAU CHIUMmUNHBIXfRB to wasn't putting as well as I am, I'd be five or six-shots behind." Trevino, playing with a set of clubs he borrowed from Cesar Sanudo and noting that his game usually improves when he come.s to Florida, said he feels that smoothing out cleat marks should be includ'id among the housekeeping allowed on the green. "Why fix ball marks and not cleat marks?" Trevino asked heatedly. "Let's fix them all- or else let everybody play their putts where they lie." Gibby Gilbert held on to third place Friday with a 70-139 and insisted the fact he was an early starter Thursday when it was cold and a late starter Friday when there was occasional light rain cost him at least three strokes. Brewer, who ran into a siege of front-nine bogey trouble (four in five holes), was tied for fourth with PGA rookie Tom Kite (71); Al Geiberger (70); and Bruce Devlin (69). Jack Nicklaus, saying "at least I'm back in the tournament," started badly Friday but finished strong to po -'5t a 69142 where he was tied with John Miller (71), Curtis Sifford (fin) and Hale Irwin (69). Sam Snead, who will be Bl 1 years old in May, sliot a 69 Friday and was tied at one- under 143 with Art Wall, Doug Sanders, Jerry Heard and Ed Sneed. Arnold Palmer had a 71 ! Friday but that still left him one-over-par for the two rounds and nine strokes off Fezler'i pace. Horse Show Today The i)ublic is Invited to attend | at 10 a.m. A large entry list has the,horse show to be presented by the Bay County 4-H Riding Rebels today at the Fair Grounds. The first event gets under way been assured. Bay County's 4-H clubi win conduct a. chicken barbecue at the Fair Grounds during the entire ihow. Coon Hunters Gather Here Panhandle Sportsmen's Club will stage another bench show and coon hunt today. The bench show will begin at 3 p.m. at Southport Men's Club building, and the hunt starts at 7 p.m. in the area north of Southport. A full slate of awards will be presented, and in addition there will be special trophies for outstanding hounds of each breed. gulrdrive-in IFTEENTH STREET/763 2492 STARTS TONIGHT DOWNTOWi THEATRE 200 HARRISON AVE PHONE 785-8331 SlBtRl R BROCCOIl no H4RRY «tlZMAN o .Keni SeanConnery "Uames Bond007^ , J' Diamonds JPANAVISIOK'TECHMCOIOR' "S &iGP| United Wrtistslj 2:48 - 7 P.M: DR. NO. STARRING SEANCONNERY 12:52-5:04-9:13 P.M. Vou clont tiQvetoloveme.olcl boy... ju/tlet>hQvefunr /TflRRIdG finDlflTftODUCinG noRfnfln uui/Dom • fm Gceon i pflODUWD Bv /CR«npiflv flno owKifD ev Tonv T €n/6R -m€nflHem GOLRn -incoion -flnflTionflL/HOuumfln/HiPRacfl /iE 2ND FEATURE DAUGHTERS OF JOY OPEN 6:30 SHOW 7 P.M. ADMISSION $1.75 hfrnda-t rotary OTsIno ltcan»«d by NSU-WANS^EU 1972. IMPORT CAR OF THE YEAR. RX-2 TWO DOOR COUPE. 1973. IMPORT CAR OF THE YEAR. RX-SSTATIONWAGONWITHAUTOMATICTRANSMISSION. NIAZM JMiAIN. Road Tesf Magazine has.namecl the rotary-engine Mazda "Import Car of the Year."... Again. This year's award went to a model that didn't ffl(ist last year: the RX -3 Station Wagon with Mazda's new automatic transmission. Why? Read Road Test's own words: "The trouble With some small wagons—domestic or import- is that their four-cylinder powerplants con barely pull them along at a respectable rate unloaded, let alone loaded. The Mazda rotary automatic has plenfy'^of power by contrast—zipping through the quar^r-mile :8ii 18.5 seconds." "Even at 1 ^6 mph, the Mazda rotary just hums along with uncanny smoothness where many cars sound like they're coming apartot the seams.** "The '73 RX -3 wagon pioneers in two significant new areas— in the mating of a rotary to an automatic and the use of the rotary engine in a more family-oriented vehicle." 'There is no skimping on materials. Much of thsengine^cmd the radiator, is aluminum. The olj lines are braided, like airaaf^ lines. An oil cooler and an electric fuel pump are standard— usually, you're lucky to get these features on $8000 sports cars.** Finally, says Road Tesf, Mazda is "covered by a transferable parts and service warranty on the rotary engine lasting two years or 24,000 miles, whichever comes first." * In summary, /?oad Tesf says, "If any one car represents the direction the auto industry can aim toward, it's Mazda." See it and drive it soon, * 2-year, 24,000-mile warranty covers engine block and internal parts to be free of defects, with normal use and maintenance, or Mazda will fix it free. Florida Clearwater STILL THE OMLY ROTARY-EH6INE CAR IN AMERICA. Lokey Mazda 2339 Guif-to-Bay Blvd. Igtia.) 442-2151 Daytona Beach Daytono Mazda Volusia Ave. @ Nova Rd. (904)255-6412 FLWahen Beach ^lin Mazda 1001N.Bedl^iH (Wdy (904)2424174 Gainesville Blount Mazda 720 N.W. 13thSt. 1904)378-2611 Jacksonville Coggin Mazda 8600 Atlantic Blvd. 1904) 725-7140 Mazda Southside Motors 3220 Phillips Hwy. (9041398-7336 Lakeland Gator Mazda 1310 New Tampa Hwy. 18131688-7661 Melbourne Wide World Mazda 1145 Harbor City Blvd. (305)254-8467 Merritt Island John Greene /vtazdo 1550 E. Merritt Island Causeway (305)636-2810 Panama City Kendrick-Myers Mazda 636 West 15th St. (904)763^31 Pensacola Vince Whibbs Mazdo 3401 Navy Blvd. (904) 433-7671 Orlando William Bros. Mazdavllla 5324 East Colonial Dr. . (305)275-9810 Roger Holler Mazda 3802 W. Colonial Dr. 1305)299-4440 St. Petersburg Crown Mazda 5237-34th St. North (8131 527-7151 (Opening soon) Sarasota Fraley Mazda 5515 S.Tamiami Trail (813)922-1543 Tailohassea Courtesy Mazda U.S. 90 West® Capitol Circle 1904)576-2173 Tampa Mazda Center 6333 N. Dale Mabry Hwy. (813)877-8111 Homer Hemdon Mazda 204 E Buffalo Ave. (813)2234902 SEE US ABOUT SAVINGS ON NEW 1972 MODELS NOW! 1

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