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Pago 4B NEWS-HERALD, Pftnama City, Ma., Friday, June 21, IWI Dauer Signs With Orioles standings Cubs Rap Bucs LOS "ANGELES (UPI) — All- America third baseman Rich Dauer * of NCAA champion 'Ik florida theatre ' 347 W 15TH STREET/763 1495 STARTS TODAY FEATURES 7:00 • MO r— Sinbad battles the- I creatures of legend IN THE MIRACLE OF University of Southern Califor***> signing a Contract for a "sub- nia became a member of thestantial bonus." , Baltimore Orioles Thursday, Dave Rittferpusch, director of scouting for the Orioles, announced that the 21-year-old Colton, Calif., product will report to Baltimore's Southen , League farm club at Asheville, N.C., Monday. "This is the biggest thrill of my life," said Dauer, who set three' NCAA single season records' this year. "It's a great organization. "Baltimore always seems to be fighting for the pennant and they seem to be rebuilding now, .tbo," Dauer, a 6-foot, 180-pounder, helped USC win its fifth straight NCAA title last week at Omaha, Neb., arid was the No. 1 choice of the Orioles in the regular phase" of the June free agent draft. . • /Although Baltimore draf- ted24th, Dauer was eighth on the Orioles' draft list, according , toRltterpusch. Dauer, said he hoped to be the : mart to replace third baseman Brooks Robinson an institution in Baltimore, and in the American League. But, he • added, that figures to be a tough task.. 'Thefe will be a lot of • pressure on the player who takes Brooks' job," he said. "As far as I'm concerned, he's the greatest third baseman in the history of baseball. "The people In Baltimore will expect a lot and that's only • right. It's going to be like .replacing Willie Mays." •'. Daiier's NCAA records this season Were most RBIs (92), most total bases (181) and most hits (108). In addition, he set five other USC school records; most home runs (15), most •doubles(24), most runs scored (.75),' most at bats (279) and \ most games (70). - Dobbs Has Opening "f bOTHAN - The Dobbs' Barbeque Invitational slow pitch Jfljttball, tournament has an opening, at'8 a.m. Saturday if ' any team is interested. Contact Lee Dobbs today at 205 794-5195. NMIMttl U *tf» 9Uadlfm« tly United Pf*M UrtfnwlloMl Philadelphia Montreil St. Loula Pittsburgh Chlc«|o New York Lot Angeles Atlanta Cincinnati Htoistoh" San' Francisco San Diego Wess *. I. pet. g.b 35 31 .530 30 38 .51? 33 31 .508 )? 39 .435 26 35 .436 35 39 .391 1 IW 6 6W 9 *.b. W. I. pel. 44 33 .65? 38 3? .585 5 36 37 .571 6 33 34 .493 11 33 36 .478 13 39 42 .408 1? Ttiinxky'i ItaraMx CMIcago 3 Pittsburgh 0 N«w York 3 Philadelphia 1, night. (only garnet scheduled) Friday's Games (All Times EOT) ' Pittsburgh (Hooker 3-5) at Chicago (Stone M), 2:30 p.m." New' York (Seaver 3-6) at Philadelphia (Carlton 9-4), 7:35 p.m. Montreal (Renko 44) at St. Loula (Slebert 6-4), 8:30 p.m. San Diego (Crtet 2-9) at Houston (Dlerker 44), 8:35 p.m. San Francisco (Bradley 6-7) at Los Angeles (Messersmlth 7-2), 10:30 p.m. Atlanta (Morton 8-6) at Cincinnati (Billlntham 64), 8:05 p.m. Americas Leagt* Suadlag* By tailed Press iMernatkoaal (West Csart MgM Game Not lacmded) East Boston Detroit Baltimore Cleveland New York Milwaukee West nr. I. . pet. 37 27 .578 33 30 .524 33 31 .516 33 31 .508 34 33 .507 30 31 .493 g .b. 4 4% 5V4 g.b. COLUMBIA PICTURES Presents A CHARLES H SCHNEER ProducWTHE GOLDEN VOYAGE OF SINBAD" FILMED IN DVNARAMA-Starring JOHN PHILLIP LAW • CAROLINE MUNRO - TOM BAKER Screenplay by BRIAN CLEMENS • MUSK by MIKiOS ROZSA • Creator ol Special Visual Effects RAY HARRYHAUSEN • Produced by CHARLES H SCHNEER and RAY HARRYHAUSEN Directed by GORDON HESSLER • COLUMBIA PICTURES/A DIVISION OF COLUMBIA PICTURES INDUSTRIES. INC A BP Associates Feature Elin3 ^sir3 martin theatre 409 HARRISON AVE / 785 5295 STARTS TODAY FEATURES 7:37-9:05 martin theatre 101 HARRISON M / 78b b?^ LATE SHOW >"* SAT. NIGHT 11:15 P.M. % oattbtbUek • • ; i ' nun maA »'• THERE ARE TWO THINGS IN THIS WORLD I HATE. RACIAL PREJUDICE mm and the ndmin. atambodffr w. I. pel. Oakland 34 31 .523 Kansas City 32 30 .516 H Texas 34 32 .515 Vi Chicago 29 31 .483 2V, Minnesota 26 36 .419 6U, California 28 39 .418 7 Tksrxky'i Results Minnesota 3 Chicago 2, night _ Milwaukee 6 Baltimore 0, night ' Texas 7 California 4, night Kansas City at Oakland, night (only' games scheduled) Friday's Game* '(All Times EOT) Detroit (Lollch 8-7) at New York (Dobson 6-8), 8:00 p.m. Cleveland (J. Perry 54) at Boston (Lee 14). 7:30 p.m. • Baltimore (Cuellar 94) ' at Milwaukee (Colborn 3-3), 8:30 p.m. Chicago (Pillock 2-1) at Minnesota (Blyleven 5-9), 8:30 p.m. California (Stoneman 1-5 and Tanana 4"*) '•( Texas (Jenkins 7-8 and Hargan 4-4) 2, , 7iM p.m. Kansas City (Dal Canton 3-4) at Oakland (Hamilton 4-1), 11:00 p.m. i West Side 9-8 Winner Mike Moore hit a homer and single, Tim Campbell a triple and single, Pat Kelly a triple and Andy Gunn two singles to lead West Side Men's Club to a 9-8 win over Petticoat Junction Thursday night in Rhett Borland Junior Major League play. Bruce Thurman had a triple and two singles in a losing effort. RHETT BORLAND LEAGUE Petticoat Junction 105 101O-8 6 2 West Side Men's Club 412 101 x—9 9 8 Pledger. Barrett (5) and Lacey. McCurdy: Kelly, Gunn (3). Moore (7) and Teal. Tyndall To Host two Twinbills • Tyndall's slow pitch softball -team, is slated to host two ddubleheaders against Columbus AFB tonight at 7:30 and Saturday at 2 p.m. The Tigers lost two of three (games in a tournament last Weekend at Eglin AFB. CHICAGO (UPI) - Home runs by Jose Cardenal and Billy Williams backed Rick Reuschel's first shutout of the season Thursday despite a yield of 12 hits In the Chicago Cubs' 3-0 victory over the Pittsburgh Pirates. The win broke a six-game winning streak for Pittsburgh. Cardenal opened the second with his sixth homer and Williams opened the fifth with No. 11, boosting the total home runs off Pirates starter Dock Ellis to eight this season in 69 1-3 innings. Last year Ellis allowed only seven homers in 192 innings. The Cubs' third run also came in the second when Rick Monday singled, advanced after Bill Madlock's fly to center and scored on Andre Thornton's single to right. Ellis took his sixth loss against three wins, giving way to a pinch hitter after six innings. John Morlan finished. Reuschel gave up at least one hit In every, inning, but was pulled out of jams twice by Cub double plays. He struck out seven and walked none en route to his sixth win against four losses. . The Pirates stranded 10 runners in the game. Pittsburgh NOW! 2ND WEEK Features 7:00-8:55 The most amazing outdoor adventure ever filmed! Two years in the miking! Awesome excitement! itr>' toy: Mr GLENN C0RBETT • MORGAN WOODWARD IVY JONES-BIG JOHN HAMILTON H MM IN A PHINK CM" Coslarnng BILL THURMAN-ED FAULKNER DOUG VANCE- BILLY WELU Introducing ERNIBENET and LENNIE DEE fiecutive Producer LUCILLE RYMAN CARROLL- Produced and Directed by ROBERT J. EMERY' Written by DAVID HALL-Photography IACK RICHARDS Action sememes and added scenes MINOR MUSTAIN jPG;!^«£#1!?'j COLOR A' GEORGE C.SC6TT. MHMCNHS^ IK onr OF iiK DOUWI "A iplntitlneMng that miphl iutl com* true," ft IRISH tUNMVf RE PMII0MKM FIUTIMUVER JOSEPH EIEVIME imtn MIME mtNMI SVlllRf MMP WNRV R0IIRT E. REIYEA Staub Sparks Mets ' PHILADELPHIA (UPI) Rusty Staub drove In two runs with his 300th career double Thursday night to lead the New York Mets to a 2-1 victory over the Philadelphia Phillies. Staub connected with two outs in the fifth inning after a one-out walk to Wayne Garrett and an Infield single by Cteon Jones to tag Dick Ruthven, 2-5, with the loss. abrkbl 5 130 4 0 3 0 5010 4011 2,0 1 0 4010 3 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 30 10 10 10 15 I II 1 Tyndall Pads League Lead Tyndall padded its fast pitch Norm Chllds and Mayfleld hit traveling league-leading record homers In the second game to 15-1 with Wand 8-1 wins over w , Ch „ d8 addfid double> Eglln as Chuck Epperson pit- Ph ^II^^A n ched a two-hitter and John Epperson registered ...11 Mavfleldathreefrttter, . .^°y s M Ma y f !# 10 i akrkU 2 1 0 0 Cash 2b 4 0 10 Dowa as 3 110 Schmidt 3b. 4 0 2 2 Anderson rf 4 0 0 0 Robinson cf 3 0 10 Montanez lb 4 0 0 0 Grabrkwtz If 4 0 0 0 Boone c 3 0 0 0 Ruthven* p Taylor ph 11 t 5 I Totals LOB-Ncw NtwtMt-! IMtNMa— 1 York 6, Phlla- SaCash, Dowa, Robinson, Ip h 9 11 9 5 (Boswell). r er bb 1 1 3 2 2 3 MIHE MICHOIS mm* rmMr-m ONAVCOWtCOHOSl tkiCilttsy Picture PGj Ckkwtjo abrhM 5 0 2 0 Kesstnger ss 4 0 0 0 Rosello 2b 4 0 2 0 Williams II 4 0 2 0 Morales It 4 0 0 0 Cardenal rf 4 0 10 Monday cf 4 0 2 0 Madlock 3b 4 0 2 0 Thornton lb 2 0 10 Swisher c 1 0 0 0 Reuschel p 0 0 0 0 1000 Jliua Totals Cllnes cf Hebner 3b Oliver lb Stargell If Zlsk rf Sangulllen c Stennett 2b Mendoza ss Ellis p Ott ph Morlan p Krkptrck ph Tttali PlUsbarfh Chicago E-Hebner. DPOilcago burgh 10, Chicago 9. 28'Stargell, Qlnea, Stennett. Cardenal 6, Williams 11. S-Reuschel. Ip h r er Ellis L 34 6 6 3 3 Morlan 2 0 0 0 Reuschel WW 9 12 0 0 Save-. HBP-by Morlan (Thornton). T-2:12. A-12,321. abrhbl 2 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 4 111 0 0 0 0 4 12 1 4 110 3 0 10 3 0 11 3 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 HSII Ml an MS—I IN lit Ms- S 2. LOB -Pltts- HR- Wood Wins 12th BLOOM. INGTON, Minn. (UPI) — Tony Oliva belted a three-run homer in the eighth inning Thursday night to *aukee 1 power the Minnesota Twins a HrVBriggi 3-2 victory over the Chicago White Sox and deprive Wilbur ^ ander Wood of his 12th victory. New York Garrett aa Mlllan 2b Jones If Staub rf Mllner lb Boswell 3b Schneck cf Qrote c Koosman p Totals New Yard niUdelpbla E-Mlllan. delphta 11. 2B-Staub. Montanez. S-Bowa. Koosman W 7^ Ruthven L 2-5 HBP-By Ruthven T-2.-26. A-22,210. Briggs Hits Slam MILWAUKEE (UPI) - John Briggs' grand slam homer in the first Inning and the combined six-hit pitching of Ed Sprague and Tom Murphy helped the Milwaukee Brewers to a 6-0 victory over the Baltimore Orioles Thursday night. The victory, which came less than 24 hours after the Brewers were no-hitted by Kansas City's Steve Busby, was only Milwaukee's second victory In its last 10 games. It also ended a three-game Baltimore winning streak. •aMnrare MUwssakee abrhM 4 0 0 0 Yount aa 4 0 10 Scott lb 4 0 10 Money 3b 3 0 2 0 Briggs If 4 0 0 0 Porter c 4 0 2 0 May rf 3 0 0 0 Berry cf 3 0 0 0 Hegan dh 3 0 0 0 Coluccto rf 0 0 0 0 Johnson 2b 0 0 0 0 Sprague p 0 0 0 0 Murphy p Still Totals Bumbry If Cog gins cf Davis dh Grlch 2b Powell lb Baylor rf Hendricks c Cabell 3b Belanger aa Alexander p Hood p Jefferson p Totals Baltimore MUwaakee E-Grich, abrhM 2 100 4110 4120 4124 4100" 30 10 1000 4 0 11 3 110 2 0 0 1 0000 0000 sim Ml Ml Ml—t 411 Ml Mi- 1 Scott. DP-Baltimore 1, Mil- LOB-Baltimore 6. Milwaukee 4. Briggs, Davis. 3B<olucclo. (13). L 2-3 Teams Enter Softball Meets Several Panama City teams are entered in Invitational slow pitch softball tournament this weekend at Dothan and Tallahassee. Mister Donut, EMBA, Kirby TV, Centinals and Army Recruiters are entered in the Dobbs tourney at Dothan while Commander Realty and Tony's Pizza are entered in the Capital City at Tallahassee. Jerry's of Miami is favored in the Tallahassee tourney. Jefferson Sprague W Murphy 3-1 SB-Porter. SF-Johnson. Ip • r er bb 11-3 4 3 1 6 0 5 2-3 0 81-3 2-3 Royal American Cops Top Spot Royal American took over first place in the Senior Major League Thursday night with a 5-0 victory over Bay National Bank. Ken Swearingen hurled a two-hitter and struck out 13. He belted a ground rule double while Mike Durden had two singles. Royal American™" 003 000 2-5 6 0 Bay National 000 000 0-0 2 2 Swearingen and Wldeman; Bracken, Han-ell (7) and Brown. St. Andrew Team Softball Host To Ki,,earn WOMEN'S LEAGUE Sharron 19, Cove Merchants 6. HR-Sharron, L. Pogue. Glenwood 17, Merchants 16. HR-Merchants, C Martin. Three or more hlts~D. Banister. MEN'S LEAGUE St. Andrew Assembly 21, Nazarene 15. HR-St. Andrew, Buddy Kelley; Nazarens, Bill Tunberg. Three or more hlts-St. Andrew, Bud- 'dy Kelley, Mike Pons, Josh Vann. Lynn Haven Baptist 19, St. Andrew Assemnv bly 12. HR-Lynn Haven, Bob Pierce, Rod Shepard; St. Andrew, Frank Suber. Three or more hits-Lynn Haven, C. Cain, Tony Shepard, B. Kirkland; St. Andrew, James Joyner (4). Lynn Haven Baptist 16, Trinity Lutheran 14. HR-Lynn Haven, Donnle Owens, Rod Shepard 2. Three or more hits- Lynn Haven, Owens, R. Shepard; Trinity, Ricky McNeil (4), Kevin Coleman, F. McNeil (4).C Coleman. Quality Cars 7, Lynn Haven Crusaders 0, forfeit. Sportsman's Lounge 21, Sunshlne-Jr. 8. HR-Sunshine, Cliff Gilmore. Three or more hits-Sportsman, Ralph Vogler, Tommy Webb, Louis Vogler, Mike Mandeville; Sunshine, Ronnie Lemaaters. Commander 22, Centinals 0. HR-Commander, Mike Cobb, Mark Holland. Three or more hits-Commander, Hulon Walsingham, Mark Holland, Steve Jones. Who's Playing? JUNIOR MAJOR LEAGUE Rhett Borland League: Bay National vs. Optimist Club, 6 p.m.: Elks Club vs. Jon Law Construction, 8 p.m. St. Andrew's Bay Swim Club will host Killearn Country Club of Tallahassee Saturday at 9 a.m. at the Mosley High pool. The club has signed Mina Mathis as assistant to head coach Miriam McCrory. Mi 6 E. 4TH ST. DOWNTOWN 785-0234 DOWNTOWN THEATRE 220 HARRISON PH. 785-0331 COMING FRIDAY JUNE 28th THE EXORCIST 1^ From Warner Bros. • DOWNTOWN THEATRE I I 220 HARRISpN I t P.H. 785-8331 I WANTED! The most desperate gang of alLJLMOST! RENO CARELL presents BlDo>#«CHULIE •MWIVAN NAOV Manurtiofial Cinema Corporation R*JIM M indhisCUN THE WRESTLER (PG) Features Wrestler 7:00 Charlie 8:48 This is the only kind of catch to owning a home at Sandpiper Cove. EVENING DINNER-DANCE CRUISE CAPT, ANDERSON! DINE & DANCE ABOARD THE BEAUTIFUL NEW TRIPLE-DICKER. EVERY WED.THKU SAT.MIGHT FEATURING STEAK DINNER BOARDING 6:15 P.M. , SAILING 7-10 ADULTS $9.50 FOR RiS. CALL 234-3435 OR STOP BY CAPT. ANDERSON'S PIER _ I d like to see more of Sandpiper Cove. Please send me your free brochure and price list. Maybe it's hard to believe that you can own a condominium on the Gulf at Destin for as little as $24,500. Or that qualified purchasers can get financing for 10% down and %Vi% simple interest on a 30-year mortgage. But it's true. And the only catch is the fabulous fishing hauls that our particular part of the Gulf is famous for. A home at Sandpiper Cove also gives you use of our own private beach, five swimming pools, our planned 18-hole, par 3 golf course. As well as membership in our Tennis Club and in our Yacht Club and Marina. So send in the coupon today. Or call 837-6118 for more information. Best of all, come see your beach dream home in person. Name. Address. City. State. -Zip. Sandpiper Cove, P.O. Box 158 Destin. Florida 32541 sandpiper , J3pndonrtlnlum» on the Gull _] Another Diamondhead Corporation Resort Community

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