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<] Panama City, F1a„ Sandfly, Jane 23,1974 Hubert Green Back For Week In His Honor l BITION MATCH— Shown here are participants in Saturday's exhibition !golf match at Bay Point Golf Club. From left to right are: Hubert Green, Bay iPoint's touring professional, Billy Key, former Western amateur champion, •Tom Malloy, Bay Point head, Jimmy Gabrielson, British Amateur tournament f finalist, and Howell Fraser, home pro. —-— I Brett Blanks Cubs. 6-0 i CHICAGO (UPI)-Southpaw Ken Brett, scattering eight Singles In his third shutout of the season, survived an early, steady downpour Saturday and contributed a two-run single as he pitched the Pittsburgh Pirates to a 6-0 victory over the Chicago Cubs. l Brett, winning for the ninth time against four losses, struck out seven men, didn't walk any and retired 14 batters in a row from the fourth inning to the eighth. The 25-year old lefthander now has won eight of his last nine contests and pitched eight complete games this year. The Pirates jumped off to a 1-0 lead in the second Inning off loser Ken Fralllng when Richie Zlsk slammed a 1-2 pitch into the centerf leld bleachers for his seventh homer of the season. Singles by Willie Stargell, Zlsk and Manny Sanguillen started F r a i 1 i n g's downfall after one out in the fourth inning. A wild pitch by Frailing sent the runners to second and third and Kurt Bevacqua was purposely passed to fill the bases. Horacio Pina, called in to replace Frailing, hit Mario Mendoza, forcing in Zisk. Brett then slammed a single to score Sangulllien and Bevacqua, capping a four-run Inning. Water Skier Makes History CYPRESS GARDENS, (UPI) — Carl Lymen of Cypress Gardens made tournament water skiing history Saturday when he successfully performed a forward flip from a high jump on a one-trick ski during the opening round of the 23rd annual All-American invitational water ski championship. Laymen received 570 points for his stunf.the highest number of points allowed under American Waterski Association rules for any individual trick — but he failed to capture the first place in the men's tricks division. He fell before completing his performance and scored a total of 3,650 points which earned him second place. Tampa's Robert Kempton accumulated a total of 3,820 points with more conventional maneuvers and captured the first place. At third was Tom Ebbesmler, of Council Bluffs, Iowa, with 3,520 points. In the women's division, Linda Stata of Lakeland rounded 50 bouys for the lead in the slalom competition, edging Liz Allen Shetter, of Groveland, the current women's national overall champion, who only rounded 49-and-half bouys. Singles by Sanguillen, Bevacqua and Rennie Stennett produced the final run in the eighth. 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Norman effectively scattered seven hits, walked one and struck out eight to pitch his fifth complete game of the season. A single by Cesar Geronimo followed by Morgan's seventh home run of the season gave the Reds two runs in the first inning off loser Phil Nlekro and wiped out a one-run lead the Braves had taken In the top of - the Inning when Hank Aaron singled home Darrell Evans. Evans' seventh home run of the season with one out in the top of the third inning tied the score at 2-2. The Reds scored the winning run in the bottom of the third on singles by Pete Rose and Geronimo and Morgan's sacrifice fly. The hits by Rose and Geronimo in the third were the last off Niekro, who yielded only four hits while absorbing his fifth loss against eight victories. Ralph Garr, who entered the game with a .368 batting average, departed with a abrkbt 3 110 4 120 2 113 2 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 1000 3 00 0 sprained left ankle sustained in the first inning when he led off with a single and was forced at second by Evans. Cards Win ST. LOUIS (UPI) - Ted Sizemore walked with the bases-loaded and Ted Simmons forced In another run when he was hit by a pitch Saturday night as the St. Louis Cardinals rallied for three runs in the seventh inning to defeat the Montreal Expos, 4-3, and help Lynn McGlothlen to his 10th victory. All three of the Cardinal runs in the seventh were unearned as the result of errors by third baseman Ron Hunt and left- fielder Bob Bailey. The Expos' poor ' defense pinned another loss on righthander Steve Rogers, who lost his sixth consecutive game and seventh in his last eight outings. The Cardinals' seventh started harmlessly enough as Rogers got the first out, but Ken Reitz reached first on an error by Hunt. Pinch-hitter Jim Dwyer singled to center as center fielder Willie Davis slipped and fell trying to catch Dwyer's soft fly then pinchhitter Reggie Smith lofted a fly to left field which Bob Bailey dropped for a two-base error, enabling Reltz to score. With first base open, Rogers intentionally walked Lou Brock and when he ran the count to 30 on Sizemore, John Montague was summoned from the bullpen. Montague finished walking Sizemore to force in Dwyer and his next pitch hit Simmons to force in Tom Heintzelman who was pinchrunning for Smith. McGlothen picked up the victory to raise his record to 103 tying him with Tommy John of Los Angeles for most victories in the National League. Hubert Green, one of the top money winners on the pro golf tour, came back to his home club, Bay Point, Saturday for an exhibition match. Green said this is his best of his four years on the tour, and he has os far won $155,000, which places him just in second place behind Johnny Miller for top money winner so far this year. . Green, who played golf at Florida State University, has won about $400,000 since he Joined the touring pros. This week has been designated as Hubert Green Week in honor of Bay Point's touring pro. "I have been pretty lucky with the tour so far this year, and hope to continue my success in the future," Green stated. "Pretty lucky" may be considered an understatement, since Green so far this year has won the Bob Hope Golf Classic, the Jacksonville Open, and the Philadelphia Open. When asked what he considered to be his toughest tournament so far Green reolied A's Shade Royals, 3-2 OAKLAND (UPI) - Reliever Gene Garber walked Gene Tenace with none out and the bases loaded in the bottom of the ninth inning Saturday, forcing across the run that gave the Oakland A's a 3-2 victory over the Kansas City Royals. Sal Bando started the rally with a double off the leftfield fence and went to third on a single to left by Reggie Jackson. Joe Rudi was walked intentionally to fill the bases and Garber replaced starter and loser Paul Spllttorff, 7-7. He fell behind on the count 3-0, worked It full and then walked Tenace to score plnch-runner Herb Washington. Ken Holtzman went the distance to even his record at 8 8. He was touched for nine hits, four of them coming in the four th when the Royals scored twice to tie the score. A single by Cookie Rojas, a double by Amos Otis and a wild pitch accounted for the first run and the second scored on a single by Jim Wohlford. City "The U.S. Open, of course. It had very fast green and the rough was quite wide. Green did not win the tournament, but did tie the course record on one Killearn Cops Aquatic Meet A strong Killearn Country Club swim team from Tallahassee defeated the St. Andrew's Bay team, 342V& to 176V&I Saturday at the Mosley pool. Missy Hedbawny and Rob Pribbenow each took three first places. Results included: Senior boys' medley and free relays, John Hedbawny, John Ouimette, Rob Pribbenow, Jack Collins first Mltzl Trammell first 9-10 50 free; Jim McCombs first 9-10 50 back; Cindy Trott first 11-12 50 free; Rob Pribbenow firsts In 13-14100 free, 100 back, 100 breast; John Ouimette firsts 13-14100 fly, 50 free. Missy Hedbawny firsts In 13-14100 free, 100 back, 100 fly; Danny Newhall first 11-12 50 breast; Katen Fyfe first 13-14 50 free; John Hedbawny first senior boys' 50 free; 11-12 boys' free relay, John Montln, Kevin "me, began to take control, spts Ouimette, Jeff Bentz, Danny 2c y a ,"cht 242s bylu vbyllyd Newhall first. of his founds, Green has been with Bay Point as the official touring pro for Bay Point since April. This is his first visit to Bay Point In around six weeks, and he Is enjoying his stay. • • <.' Billy Key was Green's partner In the exhibition match Saturday, He is a former Western Open,' Southeastern and Georgia state amateur champion. Key halls from Columbus, Ga, Green andKey were opposed Stan Smith Beats Rival NOTTINGHAM, England (UPI) - America's Stan Smith, seeded fourth for the Wimbledon Championships starting on Monday, today won the John Player Lawn Tennis title by defeating Russia's Alex Met- revell,6-3,l-6,6-3. The victory was worth $16,800. Smith, the 1972 Wimbledon champion, allowed Metrevelt only six points In the first five games before the 29-year-old Russian, runner-up at Wimbledon last year and tenth seed this in the exhibition match by Jim* my Gabrielson, Atlanta, Ga., amateur, and home pro Howell Fraser. Gabrielson, who played for the University of Georgia in college, reached the finals of the British Amateur tournament, losing only after a tough fight. "I mostly entered the match for an opportunity to play on the Mulrfield, Scotland, golf course, said to be one of the most famous In the world," Gabrielson said. "I was Very pleased to find myself in the fl 2c yaucht tahlti 6-22 rials. Fraser and Gabrielson won the match, 24, as Fraser shot a 36-37-73, Green 37-37-74, Gabrielson 35-39-74 and Key 39-41-80 Fontaine Team Cops Dogfight Bill Fontaine, Fred Turner, Bob Mitchell and W.L. 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