Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida on February 28, 1973 · Page 12
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Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida · Page 12

Panama City, Florida
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Wednesday, February 28, 1973
Page 12
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NEWS-HERALD, Panama City, Fla., Wednesday, February 28, 1978 Page SB HEREAREJUSTAFEWOFTHEMANYFABULOUSSAVINGS THRU OUTTHESTORE NOW ON SALE DURING GAYLORDS MARCH MADNESS SALE... NO WE HAVENT GONE MAD ...WE'VEJUSTCUTPRICESTOTHEBONETOPROVETHAT GAYLORDS REALLY DOES SAVE YOU MORE! ASTOUNDING AUTOMOTIVE DEPT. SAVINGS! low 40 MIRA KOTE MOTOR OIL Limit6qts. per customer. FOR Regularly 56c quart All season motor oil. Buy now and save. MARVEL MYSTERY OIL JUST Jf "^"j^y Add to oasolins for perfect top cylinder lubrication. Assure* greater gasoline mileage. AMP iiiiil 4AIWP. BATTERY CHARGER 99 Delivers up to 5.5 amps.- Can bs used on 6 or 12 volt cars. Will not overcharge. Graduated amp meter. Regularly 15.99 St SEALED BEAMS Packs 20% more light In low beam. Helps you «ea(ur> ther faster. Hts all 2 headlamp cars. Jl|3T' NOW UNREAL HEALTH & BEAUTY AIDS SAVINGS rReauIaily 1.49 Quick accurate test of ail ignition systems. Large lens pre-fo cused neon ligtit. Helps synchronize double points. 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AIu^ minum outside frame, ^ WJ9f m mf Regularly 14.97 IT'S CRAZILY WILD! SAY HI JAI-UTE BySportcraft $399 REG. 5.99 * Hours of Fun * Great for Beach Jackson Wary Of All Teams It wasnt until Monday niglit wlien Valencia of Orlando defeated Florida of Jacksonville, 82-68, in a Division Two playoff game that Gulf Coast 's Commodores knew who they were going to play Thursday in the first round of the state junior college basketball tournament at West Plam Beach, Which team did GC coach Jack Jackson prefer to play? "It didn't make any difference," he said. "They are pretty even. Each beat the other on Gulf Coast wound up No. 1 in the state junior college coaches poll. Brevard was second followed by Miami- Dade North, Pensacola, Miami-Dade South, Seminole, Chipola, Valencia, Lake City and Florida JC. with right now is the first one we play. In a tournament like this, you can't look ahead or you can't look back either. If you win, you have to turn around and play again the next night." If the Commodores get upset either night, their season will be over. When Jackson talks about the opener with Florida, he recalls last year: "Our toughest game last year was the first one. The other two were decided by halftime." Last year at Winter Haven Gulf Coast shook off a f 1.-st half marred by turnovers to get past Indian River of Fort Pierce, 8780, in the first round before socking Lake City, 102-85, and Brevard, 109-99. JACK JACKSON . . Commodore boss their home court during the season and they both finished 9-3 in their division." The Commodores will be playing Florida Thursday at 2 p.m. (Panama City time) in the second of four opening round games at the Palm Beach junior college gym. "Florida has a super player in this Wade (Calvin, a 5-10 sophomore guard from Columbus, O.) kid," pointed out Jackson, Wade also ranks second on the second behind Kenny Reynolds of Chipola in the state, and Wade also ranks second *hthe assist list behind Gulf Coast's Morris Rivers. 'Both Florida and Valencia are very capable teams," noted Jackson. "They can beat anybody in the state on a given night. The only difference is Valencia is definitely a control team." While Florida's Stars are averaging 88 points and giving up 84 a game, Valencia is avei^ aging 66.3 while yieldinpTjust 59.3 — one of the best defensive averages in the nation. Another top player for the Stars is 6-5 hometown sophomore liollis Owens, who Is avsr- aging 18.5 points and 13.2 rebiounds, ranking 12th and 10th, respectively, in the state. The Jacksonville outfit has some good height in 6-8 Neai Stechman, a sophomore from Deer Creek, HI., and 6-5 hometown products Mike Nash and Mike Solomon, both freshmen. Valencia is paired against Pensacola, which finished runner-up to Gulf Coast in Division One, in the 12 o'clock opener Valencia is the owner of a 17-5 record compared to 18-9 for Florida, 25-4 for Gulf Coast and 24-3 for Pensacola. Other first-round matchups are Brevard of Coca (19-2) vs. Miami-Dade North (22-6) )at 6 p.m. and Miami-Dade South (215) vs. St. Petersburg (13-10). South beat North, 85-80, in a playoff for first place in Division Four while Brevard went unbeaten in Division Three. Jackson was asked which teams were the biggest threats to end his Commodores' two- year reign as state champions? He tabbed Brevard, Miami- Dade North and South and Pensacola, but he quickly added: "The team I'm concerned florida theatre 134) W IMHSTRSEl/763 1495, STARTS TOMORROW DOWNTOWN THEATRE 300 HARRISON AVE. PHONE 785-I331 Quadroon 7 P .an. THE ARmnwIlletal 8;42P.M. isle of view drive-in EVERin AVENUE/185 4110 STARTS TONIGHT A RICH MANS SPORT I COLOR HM^ 1 MAKE GAYLORD'S YOUR SPRIHG SHOPPING HEADQUARTERS! Gmom S V L S YOU M O K [ ' OPEN DAILY «:3QA .M.t »9i30P.M., C0R.0FJENKS&WEST15thST. PANAMA CITY, FLORIDA WHERE SHOPPINGS FUN FOR EVERYONE A mos S abata g; COLOR UnitiidAptistti! 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