Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida on June 23, 1974 · Page 25
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Panama City, Florida
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Sunday, June 23, 1974
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All- NEWS'HERALD, Panama City, Fla., Sunday, June f *»4 Pa*e Tournament Is ALMOST—Commander Realty team reached the finals tn the Bay County Little Major League baseball tournament only to lose to Bay County Fair, 1-0, after coming out of the losers' bracket and winning the first game, 5-3. Team members and Coaches Andy McNeil and Don Kelly are Craig Cosson, Craig Malln, Scott Rowe, Jeff Hollowell, Steve Blackman, Sean McNeil, Tommy Thompson, Glen Gillls, Jay Wilson, Kevin Kelly, Dave Warner, Johnny Alderman, Scott Pherson, Key Richter, Steve Howell and bat boy Brian Kelly. Patrick Tops Pin Scores Dennis Patrick's 629 and ; Warren Gray's 603 were the best league bowling scores last ; week at Bowlarama. ' A group of Juniors and bantams is in Miami Beach this weekend for state tournament competition. Last week's scores included: Streakers—Warren Gray 206-194-203-603, Bob Bear 224-574, Lorraine Strickland 511, Joe Taylor 209, John Corbin 207. Wednesday Night Mixed League—Ruby Mashburn 202-573, Mary Nell Barnes 220-561, Norma Wright 197-543, Mary Dyer 199-522, Diane Kurvin 202-518. Kay Muterspaugh Western Auto Is Victor 183-514, Joyce Shepard 487, Angela Long 184-481, Barbara Plummer 180-475, Dennis Patrick 233-209-629, Roland Shepard 200-222-592, Wally Atchison 209-590, Hank Gray 222-587, Eric Estey 237-561, Doug Adams 556, James Casey 200-556, Rex Waggoner 196-553, R.D. Johnson 551, Paul Peterson 207. Pin Pals-Bob Willis 212-585, Harold Buschmeyer 204-578, Freddie Campbell 201-551, Herman Currie 210-545, William Scot Players Are Guarded FRANKFORT, Germany (UPI) — Under a heavily armed escort, Scotland's World Soccer Cup players arrived at Wald stadium today an hour before their crucial group two match against Yugoslavia. Strict security measures were in force following Friday's threat to kill two Protestant Western Auto nipped EMBA, 6-5, and Whitfield Construction won over Bob's Plumbing, 18-5, in Eastern Junior Major League action Friday night. Phil Klrkland lashed a triple and single and Walt Hollls two singles for Western Auto, David Lewis hit a homer and double/members of the team, and Russell Rowell two singles Helicopters shadowed for EMBA, Ricky Robbing slammed a homer and three singles, Terry Hartzog a homer and single, Andy Chizm'ar a triple and two doubles and Joey Broxson a triple, double and single for Whitfield and Harold Barfleld collected,two singles and Doyle Kirchrhan a homer for Bob's. f' r tJlSTCRN DIVISION the EMBA / 006 000 0-9 8 WwternAuto <•> 100 400 l-« 7 Haian and Mutter; HollUand Klrkland. Whitfield Grfoit. 902 34-18 16 Bob* Plumbing 032 00-5 S Brafaon and Cuahlng; MlUer and Mason. Scottish team bus along the 30- mile journey from the team headquarters In Wellnau. There was an escort of police motorcyclists and cars packed with officers with sub-machinguns accompanied the coach. When the bus arrived at the stadium one of the helicopters landed nearby and eight soldiers with rifles immediately jumped out and formed a circle around the vehicle. The players were hustled into the dressing room while a barrier of police kept fans away. Bradley 541, Bob Parker 206-541, Edd Langley 537, Rudolph Bradley 535, Mike Hammond 533, Wayne Carter 218, Dick Bishop 202, Richard Stubbs 200-524, Jane Herring 234-583, . Faye King 189-536, Mary Nell Barnes 200-535, Norma Wright 182-509, Ruby Mashburn 186-508, Sue Hayes 194-493, Lavlna George 492. Playmates League • Thursday.—Tip Tipton 234-527, Glynn Cope 202-515, Johnny Reece 502, Gerald Kelley 523, Tommy Maddox 503, Gene Flores 200-521, Bill Funk 564, Dennis Patrick 512, Bob Glass 252-577, Doug Adams 222-540, Norb Scheitler 526, Bob Johnson 203-551, Joe Horton 215-585, Lorraine Strickland 509, Hunter LeSuer 535, Mike Hammond 205-568, Mary Nell Barnes 224-577, Bob Parker 218-521, Johnny Gilbert 202-223-602, John Polllll 518, Bob Bear 210-570, Ed Langley 506. Liberty High Seeks Bids BRISTOL - Bids for the lighting of the Liberty County High School football field, baseball field and tennis court have been asked by the School Board and specifications may be obtained from the office of John E. Fairchild, school superintendent. The deadline for receiving the bids is 9:30 a.m. (EDT) July 6. Bay County's championship Little Major League all-star baseball tournament gets under way Wednesday night. Actually, there will be two tournaments; sab-dlstrlct East and sub-district West. In the first round of play Wednesday in the West tournament the Mid-City league all-stars will play Southport's best at 7 p.m. at the Mid-City park, while H.L. Johnson plays A.L. Kinsaul at 6 p.m. and R. L. Turner meets Howard Parker at 8 p.m. at the Howard Parker field In first round games Wednesday in the East sub-district Fred Bishop . will play Callaway's all-stars at 7 p.m. at the Cal.lftway park, while at the Springfield park Wewahitchka meets Cedar Grove at 6 p.m. and Springfield plays Coastal at 8 p.m. In the West bracket Beach drew a first round bye and meets the Mld-Clty-Southport winner Thursday. In the East Central got a bye and faces the Fred Blshop-Callaway winner Thursday night. The tournament, a double elimination affair, continues Yugoslavs Tie Scottish Foe FRANKFURT, Germany (UPI) — A breakaway goal by center forward Jurgen Sparwasser gave East Germany a 10 upset victory over-World Cup favorite West Germany Saturday in the first major upset of the competition. Both teams had qualified for the second round before they met in the final group one match at Hamburg—the first meeting of the two Germanys on a soccer field—but the capacity crowd of 60,000 booed the home team off the field after it disintegrated in a feeble second half display. In Frankfurt, Yugoslavia tied Scotland 1-1 and in Gelsenkirchen, defending champion Brazil scrambled past Zaire 3-0 in another unconvincing display to qualify. Australia held out for a 0-0 tie in Berlin which gave East Germany, playing three hours later, automatic qualification before it began its match. Group A in the second round will be made up of East Germany, Brazil, and one team each from Groups Three and Four. Group B will consist of Yugoslavia, West Germany, Poland or Italy and one team from Group Three. Sparwasser stunned the Volk- spark stadium crowd by breaking free from the West German defense and crashing an acute- angled shot past Sepp Maier in the 77th minute. West Germany dominated the first half but tough man-to-man marking kept Gerd muller and his fellow forwards from scoring. Thursday, Friday and Saturday and winds up July 1 and 2. The winners' bracket and Pony League Stars Chosen Tyndall's Pony League all-stars were chosen this week by their coaches and the league president. Dierker Consistent TUXEDO RENTAL SERVICE DINNER JACKETS TUXEDOS FULL DRESS COMPLETE ACCESSORIES FOR ALL YOUR FORMAL NEEDS' POWELL & COMPANY Men*s Wear 447 Harrison Avenue Downtown HOUSTON (UPI) - For Astro pitcher Larry Dierker the season hasn't been all roses but his manager thinks the 26-year- old right-hander is a candidate for the all-star team. "He has been our most consistent pitcher," Preston Gomez said. "Every time he goes out there you know you're going to get a well-pitched game. Dierker is more modest. • "Maybe if I were 10-1 I'd be thinking about it (the all-star team), but not now," Dierker said. "He just as easily could be 10-1," Gomez said. "He should be. He has pitched tremendous ball for us." Dierker's teammates came to 'his assist Friday night in the Astrodome in the 2-0 contest against the San Diego Padres with some strong but illdirected batting support. They got seven hits off three Padre pitchers, but failed on scoring opportunities and Dierker had to pitch as hard as he could to come off with the win. The victory gave Dierker 5-3 for the season, not exactly all- star quality. But his earned run average dipped to 1.85, one of the best in the majors. "He's an all-star pitcher If I ever saw one," Roger Craig, Astro pitching coach, said. "He should have only lost one game." Friday's win was Dierker's third straight. He has allowed only 20 hits and two earned runs in his last 35 and one third innings. "It used to be when I pitched against San Diego, I'd tell myself, 'Don't ease up, you've got to beat these guys every chance you get.' But there are no easy ball clubs anymore," Dierker said. "You have to respect them. You don't dare give them much to hit." THE ADMIRAL BENBOW proudly presents IN THE PLANTATION HOUSE RESTAURANT Daily Businessman's Sunday Buffet Luncheon 11:45-3:00 ADULTS $3.95 CHILDREN $1.95 Mon. - Sat. $2.95 IN THE ESCAPE HATCH LOUNGE: THE TUMBLEWEEDS te Wehave meeting and banquet facilities up to 500." Your Host is Tom Jones. 9600 W, Thomas Dr., PCB, Fla! losers' bracket victors In each There are 13 leagues In the tournament ended;last week, sub-district will qualify for the county and all-stars have all of with Bay County fair edging district tournament to be held them will compete. Commander Really, 1*0, for the HnMltitHM rthi. _ ._ i . # .........i. t_ .rit. here later. The district winner will represent Bay County in state Little Major League competition. Tulle Victor LIVONIA, Mich. (UPI) Tom Tulle survived an early — • .j-— The county championship title. Wake Forest Golf Champ SANTEE, Calif. (UPI) Curtis Strange dropped a seven- foot eagle putt on the 18th hole for an even par 72 Saturday to claim the ?7th annual NCAA and Oklahoma State was next at 1,178. Strange said he didn't putt particularly well. He matched three birdies to three bogeys for .vo.^..^. lum tune survived an eany ciatm tne ran annual INUAA tnree DiraiestotnreeDogeysior Selected were Glen Grimes, challenge by Everton It and golf championship and lead even par on the front side, then Charlie Warren, and Kevin outraced the nine-horse field in Wake Forest to'the 1974 team came back with a pair of bogeys Shanahan from the Senators; the backstretch Saturday to win championship. against his eagle three. Keith Powers, Kelly Harmon, the $100,000 Michigan Mile at Strange, who fired a tourna- "I hit a one Iron up to the Chic Arey and Kevin Lyles of Detroit Race Course. ment record 65 Friday, logged a green," he said. "That's my the Reds; Kenny Goodljohn, Tom Tulle, a Chicago horse total slx-under par 282 over the stick." Randy Harmon, Bill Lyles, ridden by Craig Perret, was tough 6,980-yard Carlton Oaks His putt was slightly downhill John Portlock and Norman Rig- driving at the end and won by 2 Country Club course to nip and it rolled teasingly around don of the Indians and Doug ^ lengths over Rastafarian. Florida's Gary Koch and Phil the rim of the cup before falling McDanlels, Thomas Mangon The 4-year-old colt, the son of Hancock, each In with a flve-un- In. and Jack Osterhague of the 1966 Michigan Mile winner Tom der par 283 total. "I knew I needed a bird to Mets. Rolfe and winner of the $60,000 Bill Kratzert of Georgia had win," he said, referring to the Honorable mention was given National Jockey Club handicap the day's best round, closing team total, although a birdie to Mike Larkins, who would at Sportsmen's Park, went to with a six-under-par 66 for a 285 would have left him In a tie for have been named to the all-star the gates at 5-2 and took home total and fourth place. Lewis the Individual title, team but had recently departed $65,000 for owner W. Archie Oof- Pellerln of LSU New Orleans A bird would only give you a for Spain with his family. ton The team will be coached by Tom Tulle took the lead with Capt. John Sharp. The Pony three furlongs left and was not League Southeast district com- pushed in winning his fifth race petitors will be hosted by Eglin in 10 starts. The winning time AFB July 9 throughl2. was 1:50 2-5. logged a 69-287, for fifth place, tie, he was told. 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