Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida on June 23, 1974 · Page 23
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Young Gymnasts In Miami NEWS-HERALD, Panama City, Fla„ Mndty 't Jan* to, t Margaret Keeffee and Jatillyn Jones, members of the Panama City Gymnastic Club, Busby 111 OAKLAND (UPI) - Kansas City righthander Steve Busby, who pitched his second career no • hitter last Wednesday against Milwaukee, returned home Saturday suffering with tendonitis of the wrist. Busby was scheduled to pitch Monday night In Kansas City against the Prwers but now may miss a turn. There was no indication how serious the tendonitis is, but Busby was given a shot of cortisone Saturday before boarding a plane for Kansas City. are competing in the United States Qumnastic Federation regional Junior Olympics this weekend at Miami-Dade North Junior College, Mlame. They won the right to compete by qualifying. Miss Keeffee and Miss Jones rank second and third, respectively, behind Kathy Johnson of the Cape Kennedy area in the state HSGF standings. After the Miami meet they will go, to Southern Illinois University. Director Named DES MOINES, Iowa (UPI) A Tennessee woman was appointed Saturday to be Drake University's first director of intercollegiate athletics for women. we give the works FOR ONLY $79.95 For the man who wants the most-out of life—Saturday morning drag racer, Sunday afternoon pilot, T.V. quarterback—here's the Super Chronornaster by Croton. It's a stop watqh, tachometer, time-zone watch, yachting timer, skin diver's-aviator's-doctor's watch. And a great watch. 560-62 Harrison Ave. Phone 769-1456 Margaret Keeffee, Janilvn Jones The king mackerel have been around in good numbers for the past several weeks but they are now getting larger and boats bringing in fish in the 25 pound category are not uncommon. This can be compared with the 25 pound 7 ounce fish caught by Grady Davis of Thomasville, Ga., which took first place for that specie in the Mexico Beach llng-dlng- tournament. The tournament ended earlier this month and the fish were running smaller at that time. There are a lot of cigar minnows and hardtails out in the gulf and the kings continue to feed and get bigger all the time. You can expect to see fish over 30 pounds to be caught any time now. Robert and Lela Piatt of Valpraiso, Ind., and their children Chris, Nicki and Andrea had a good catch of kings and bonito on the Genie out of Grand Lagoon docks. King Mackerel Catchei&oo Capt. Tom Guinn said that the youngsters caught most of the fish and really had a great time. James and Kitty Dugger from Powder Springs, Ga. Edwin and Bill Pfltzer Chattanooga, Tenn., brought In several nice kings and dolohin and oifethe Skipper with Ca from/"" ^~**"m ^ "W T t urana Lagoon UUCKS Lhisox Victors Sailfish Lose In 3-1 Scrap BLOOMING TON, Minn.(UPI) — Jorge Orta hit a two-ru'n homer in the 10th inning Saturday to give the Chicago White Sox a 3-1 victory over the Minnesota Twins. Brian Downing's leadoff single preceded Orta's shot over the center field fence, his fourth homer of the year. Jim Kaat went the distance, allowing five hits, walking one and striking out three, in improving his record to 7-6. Vic Albury went the distance for the Twins, and is now 2-7. The White Sox opened the scoring in the first inning when Downing led off with a walk, moved to second on Orta's bunt single, reached third on Albury's wild pitch and scored when Ron Santo grounded out. Minnesota tied it in the eighth when eric Soderholm singled, was sacrificed to second by Glenn Borgmann and scored on a single by Steve Brye. Orioles Win MILWAUKEE (UPI) Bobby Grlch drove In three runs and Ross Grimsley scattered seven hits Saturday to give the Baltimore Orioles a 7-2 victory over the Milwaukee Brewers. Grich's sacrifice fly in the fifth scored Mark Belangcr to put Baltimore ahead 3-2 and he doubled home two insurance runs in the seventh. Grimsley allowed both Milwaukee runs in the third on Robin Yount's two-run homer, then held the Brewers to three PANAMA PLAZA W. 15TH ST. 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Tigers Erupt NEW YORK (UPI) - Jim Northrup scored the go-ahead run with one out in the ninth on Graig Nettles' throwing error and pinch-hitter Willie Horton delivered a two-run bases loaded single Saturday as Detroit erupted for three runs in the final inning to beat the New York Yankees 4-1. ' With one out In the ninth, Northrup walked and moved to third on Ben Oglivie's single. Bill Freehan then grounded to third and Nettles' throw home In an attempt to get the sliding Northrup was wide, allowing Oglivie to move to third and Freehan to second. Aurelio Rodriguez then was intentionally walked and Horton, batting for Jerry Moses, singled to left to score Oglivie and Freehan. John Hlller pitched the final 2 2-3 innings to get the win, his ninth in thirteen decisions, while Dick Tidrow took the loss. Tidrow retired the first 15 batters he faced before Rodriguez led off the Tigers' sixth with a single. Moses, dealt by New York to Detroit during spring training, followed with a triple to score Rodriguez and tie the score 1-1. However, Tidrow got out of further trouble by getting Ed Brinkman and Gary Sutherland on groundouts and striking out Mickey Stanley. New York scored its run in the second when singles by Bill Sudakis and Thurman Munson, combined with an error by left- fielder Oglivie, put runners on second and third with one out, and Sudakis scored on Fernando Gonzalez' groundout. Phils Win Two PHILADELPHIA (UPI) Wayne Twitchell, making his first start of the season, banged out two hits to help his own cause Saturday night and helped Philadelphia to an 8-5 victory over the New York Mets in the second game after Ron Schueler pitched the Phillies to a 5-2 triumph in the opener. Twitchell, 2-1, hurled the first 5 1-3 innings and left with an 83 lead. Jesus Hernaiz picked up his first save of the year. Ken Boswell hit a two-run homer in the second to give the Mets a lead, but the Phillies scored four in the bottom of the inning to tag George Stone with the loss. Bill Robinson opened the inning with a home run and before the inning was over, Dave Cash doubled in one run and Larry Bowa singled in two more. The Phillies scored four more in the fifth. Mike Schmidt doubled and scored on Robin son's single. Mike Anderson singled to put runners on the corners and reliever Bob Apodaca balked in a run. Willie Montanez singled in another and scored on Cash's single Likis Wins Kerry Likis, Joe Roskosz, Ralph Bratson and Sonny Stephens won'Saturday's golf scramble at Colony Club with a plus 15. Second were Norman Hair, Paul Kalonowsky, Homei Burlingame and John Keenan with minus one. Tied for point honors were Connie Cnnell and Lamar Riley, a' 11 10. To Rucker Panama City Swim Team Sailfish were out scored by the Fort Rucker Army post team at Fort Rucker Saturday by the score of 181-144. The Sailfish who won awards were Steve Burdeshaw, Robin Conklin, Jeff and Bruce Frassmann, Monica, Mary Ann and Michelle Heller, Lise Kent, Kevin and Anita Langford, Tommy Lawerence, Kenneth and Ddriene Mackenzie, Mark McMillan, Paul and Cathy Pennewitt, Tim and Rachel Pratt, Greg and Chris Langford and Carla and Ann Saloman. Telay team winners were, Sherly Fuller, Monica Heller, Robin Conklin, May Ann Heller Eric Smith, Greg Langford, Ronnie Frassmann, Kenneth Mackenzie, Mark McMillan, Sammy Smith, Steve Burdeshaw and Tim Pratt. and Mrs. J.H. Abel? and family vacationing . from La Grange, Ga., caught a^! real good bunch of kings on the Top Banana with Capt. Rolartcllu The Sea Hawk with Capt. Mu't't- had a nice catch of kings land bonito made by Ted Dye, Blaihjw Worley and Calvin Albea^oTr Elperton, Ga. Jim and'SllHev;' Ruth Rogers of Bessemer,": and J.B. and Minnie Waldrfppfe Gainsville, Ga„ were out wim* Capt. Vernon Marshall on.; ; tlt^i Sportsman and had a good^cafoi ch of kings and dolphin. * GEORGIA VISITORS — Howard Morris and his daughter Rose vacationing here from Decatur, Ga., with two strings of red snapper caught on the Capt. Anderson No. 4. Super Bowl Site Coming NEW ORLEANS (UPI) —, The location of the 1975 Super Bowl —the Louisiana Super- dome or Tulane Stadium —may be determined within a week, according to Dome Executive Director Ben Levy. The latest work stoppage at the stadium blocked work for three days last week, and Levy said an architectural report on the effect of the delay should be completed in a week to 10 days. Levy said he would not be able to determine if the Super- dome would be readv for the Superbowl until he had studied the report and met with planners. "Every day they don't work is bound to make us fall behind schedule," he added. Last week's delay was caused by a dispute between tile workers and cement masons. 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