Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida on June 24, 1974 · Page 7
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Colbert Takes 4 NEWS-HERALD, Panama City, Fla., Monday, Jluhc ft MM,. ,P«fce SPEEDSTER — Ann Adams, Charterettes, rounds third base in a Southeastern tournament softball game against Surplus-Salvage. That's third baseman Patti Brown looking for a play. Getz Wins Softball Title .ii. Atlanta Getz won its third softball tournament of the season by defeating St. Augustine Volunteers, last year's Florida state champions, 5-2, in the title game of the Southeastern Women's invitational slow pitch softball tournament Sunday at Oakland Terrace park. i 'Getz was 6-0 in the tournament and is 36-5 for the season. The Getz girls had previously won tournaments at Montgomeryand Albany, Ga. B.J. Rahal led Getz with a three-run home run and single While R. Waldron got two singles. M. Wynn got two of the Volunteer hits. I. Wesson pitched a four-hitter. 'Getz had defeated the Volunteers, 7-6, earlier. The Volunteers then won from Pensacola Suburban Realty, 9-5, to get back into the finals. 'Volunteers took second place, Suburban third and Zep Stars, who lost to Suburban, 5-3, were fourth. Doug Dickey Will Visit ; Bobby Carswell, president of Panama City Gator Boosters, has announced Head Coach Doug Dickey of University of Florida will meet Gator fans . July 17 at 7:30 p.m. at Four Winds, when a buffet will be served. All interested are asked to contact Carswell. Door prizes will include two tickets to the 1974 homecoming game. Marianna Jewel Box and Madison, Ga. Lakers tied for fifth place. All-tournament team selections were: K.D. Presnell, Volunteers, pitcher; Judy Schneible, Getz, catcher; Garrett, Madison, Ga., Lakers, first baseman; Dot Stansel, Volunteers, second base; Vicky Overman, Volunteers, third base; Gennie Garrison, Getz, shortstop; Susan Lord, Suburban, Pain Rogers, Suburban, Jo Ann Wimberly, Zep Stars, and B.J. Rahal, Getz, outfielders; Men Softball Slate Given Tonight's men's softball schedule at Oakland Terrace park is: 6:45 p.m. — Field One, Su Andrew Baptist No. 2 vs Good Shepherd Lutheran; Field Four, Trinity Methodist vs Miracle Baptist; Field Three, Cove Baptist vs St. John's. 8:00 p.m. — Field One, Panama City First Baptist No. 1 vs Hlland Park Baptist; Field Four, Central Assembly vs Carlisle Baptist; Field Three, Lynn Haven Methodist vs Northside Baptist. 9:15 p.m. — Field One, Central Baptist vs St. Andrew Baptist No. 1; Field Four, Church of God of Prophecy vs Bear Creek; Field Three, Springfield Baptist vs Panama City First Methodist. Kathy Broadwater, Marianna Jewel Box, and Sandra Lee, Suburban, utility. Most valuable player honors went to Miss Garrison of Getz. AKRON, Ohio (UPI) - Jim Colbert won a four-man sudden playoff Sunday on the second extra hole to capture the $170,000 American Golf Classic and a first prize of $34,000. Colbert, Ray Floyd, Gay Brewer and Forrest Fezler were thrown into the four-man playoff, the first on the PGA tour since the 1971 Kemper Open, when they all finished 72 holes at one-over par 281. Colbert, 33, of Wesley Chapel, Fla., two-putted from 25 feet for a par five on the long 625yard 16th hole to eliminate Floyd who missed a four-foot putt for a bogey six. Both Fezler and Brewer bowed out on the 230-yard 15th hole when they suffered bogeys while both Colbert and Floyd parred. Brewer, who had a final round 71 was the only one of the four players to hit the 15th green, but was 45 feet away. The other three were in sand surrounding the green, Fezler and Floyd in the right and Colbert to the left. After Fezler, the third round leader, missed an 18-foot putt and was forced to take a bogey four, Floyd canned his 12-footer and Colbert dropped in his putt from 10 feet to save par. Brewer, who left his first putt four feet short of the hole, slid the second one just to the left of the cup and bowed out along with Fezler. Final round scores soared on the long Firestone course with a pair of one-under 69s by Jim Dent and Arnold Palmer being the day's best. Colbert, who entered the final round trailing Fezler, the third round leader, by three shots, had an even par 70. Floyd, who led at the end of one round and was tied at the halfway mark, also had a 70 while Brewer had a 71 and Fezler a 73. The wind, which gusted to 35 miles per hour, made the 465- Bill Fontaine Team Victor Bill Fontaine, Freddie Turner, Bernle Deleman, Frank Darnell and Bob Hurst won Sun MILWAUKEE (UPI) - The Milwaukee Brewers obtained veteran first baseman Deron Johnson on waivers from the Oakland A's Sunday in an attempt to help the club escape the American League East Division cellar. Johnson, used primarily as a designated hitter with the A's, can also play first base. He was batting only .195 with seven home runs and 23 RBIs this season. Oakland obtained Johnson in May of 1973 from the.Phila­ delphia Phillies and he proved instrumental in the A's winning their division title. Johnson hit 19 homers and drove in 81 runs, for Oakland last season. He has hit 220 career homers. The A's are expected to announce shortly the return of catcher Ray Fosse from the day s golf dogfight at Panama disabled list to fill Johnson's Country Club at minus seven. vacancy on the roster. yard par 418th hole one of the bogeyed the 18th and Bert Yan- 32. He had a share of the lead I s J oth e tournament. cey, who needed only'a par to with Yancey going to the 15th, Both Floyd and Brewer win the tournament, suffered a but suffered a double bogey five double bogey six when he drove when he hit his drive into some into the rough and then three trees on the left, putted. Yancey finished with a But Colbert, trailing by a shot 72 for the day and a 282 total. going to the 18th, managed to Also at 282 were J.C. Snead salvage a par with an excellent with a 69 Sunday, Dwight Nevil chip shot out of trouble a foot with a 72. and Jim Jamieson and one-half from the pin.. That wlth a 73. got him into the playoff. >„• Johnson Waived The win was the fourth for Colbert since he joined the tour eight years ago and it was his first playoff. Colbert bogeyed three of the first five holes Sunday and made the turn in two under par Jane Allen Enters Adams Jane Allen of St. Andrew's Bryant, famous football coach Bay Yacht Club will compete in when he visits here Wednesday. Plan Welcome For Bryant University of Alabama alumni and other supporters of the Crimson Tide in the Panama City area are planning a big tur-' nout to welcome Paul (Bear) the Adams regatta next weekend. The regatta will be held at Biloxl, Miss. Crewing for Mrs. Allen will be Jill Barnes and Lyn Smith. St. Andrew's Bay juniors will compete the same weekend in the Arns regatta hosted by the Buccaneers of Mobile, Ala. A. banquet is slated in his honor at Four Winds, with the social hour beginning at 6 p.m. Reservations must be made with Sam Ridley or Edie Adams. • Haydon Riley, assistant athletic director, will accompany Bryant. Championship game: Getz 000 113 0-8 11 3 Vlluntetrs 001 100 0-2 4 2 Wesson and Schneible; Presnell and Jones. Brewers Breeze MILWAUKEE (UPI) - Darrell Porter hit a grand slam homer and Don Money added a solo shot Sunday, powering the Milwaukee Brewers to a 9-4 victory over the Baltimore Orioles and helping Clyde Wright to his first triumph since May 25. A's Stopped OAKLAND (UPI) - Veteran Lindy McDaniel, making one of the rare starts in his 20-year major league career, stopped the Oakland A's on three infield singles Sunday to halt the Kansas City Royals' threegame losing streak and give them a 4-1 victory. Twins Split BLOOMINGTON, Minn. (UPI) — Danny Thompson's triple in the seventh inning followed by Steve Brye's single scored the winning run to give the Minnesota Twins a 4-3 victory Sunday after the Chicago White Sox won the first game, 2-1, behind the four-hit pitching of Stan Bahnsen. GjumtCty AUTO SERVICES x-Jim Colbert, 134,000 Foreit Fezler, 13,146 Ray Floyd, 13,146 Gay Brewer, 13,146 Jim Jamieson. 5,886 Dwight Nevll, 5,886 J.C. Snead, 9,886 Bert Yancey, 9,886 Tom Kite, 4,590 Bruce Crampton, 3,910 Jerry McGee, 3,910 Mason Rudolph, 3,910 Ron Cerrudo, 2,890 Al Geiberger, 2,890 Arnold Palmer, 2,890 Tom Welikopt, 2,890 Larry Zlegler, 2,890 Bob Goalby. 2,125 Roy Pace, 2,125 Eddie Pearce, 2,125 Dave Stockton, 2,125 Miller Barber, 1.447 Jim Dent, 1,447 David Graham, 1,447 Art Wall, 1,447 Bobby Mitchell, 1.447 Tom Watson, 1,447 Jim Wlechera, 1,447 Charles Coody, 1,012 Lou Graham, 1,012 Steve Melnyk, 1,012 Bob Menne, 1,012 Allen Miller. 1,012 Phil Rodgers, 1,012 John Schlee. 1,012 Tom Shaw, 1,012 Leonard Thompson, 1,012 George Archer, 697 Chuck Courtney, 697 Dale Douglas, 697 Labron Harris Jr., 697 Rlk Massengale, 697 Chi Chi Rodriguez, 697 Ed Sneed. 697 Brian Allln, 484 Glbby Gilbert. 484 Hale Irwin, 484 Mike McCullough, 484 Bobby Nichols, 484 Andy North, 484 David Glenz, 408 Dick Lotz, 408 Bob Lunn, 408 Cesar Sanduo, 408 Tommy Aaron, 369 Homero Blancas, 369 Rod Curl, 369 Tom Jenkins. 369 Ben Crenshaw, 335 George Knudton, .335 Charles Sllford, 335 Lanny Wadklns. 335 Frank Beard, 314 Sam Adams, 306 Ben Kern, 298 Jim Barber, 280 Mike Hill, 280 Jim Simons, 280 Doug Ford, 264 Jim Ferrlell, 255 AUTO SHOP HRS. OPEN MON. -SAT. 9:00 A.M.-9:00 P.M. SUN. ; 1 P.M. - 6:00 P.M. OFFICIAL FLA. STATE INSPECTION CENTER GRANTS BRAKE RELINING SERVICE* ('Only al Grants Service Centers MOST USA CARS GRANTS EXPERT TUNE-UP SPECIAL* New plugs, points, rotor, condenser. Adjust carbu- rator. Battery check. 'Only at Grants Service .Centers. $9Q88 MOST ^ w USA CARS 'l ^'moit USA Core WHEEL ALIGNMENT You get expert wheel alignment $g50 70-67-74.70-281 69-71.68.73-281 65-71-75-70-281 69-70-71-71-281 70-7O69-73--282 | 7048-72-72-282 7149-71-71-282 7W8-71-72-2B2 7148-70-74-283 7249-70-73-284 67-69-74-74-284 70-73-71-70-284 73-68-73-71-285 754949-72-285 70-73-7349-285 71-73-7249-285 69-71-74-71-285 75-70-71-70-286 72-7049-75-286 75-7145-75-286 70-7149-76-286 72-7049-76-287 70-75-7349-2B7 73-7245-77-287 72-71-73-71-287 73-7348-73-287 70-7449-74-287 73-73-70-71-287 70-71-76-71-288 72-7449-73-288 73-70-74-71-288 71-70-72-75-288 71-72-70-75-288 7449-72-73-288 71-71-73-73-288 72-72-72-72-288 70-70-71-77-288 70-72-7849-289 73-7448-74-2B9 73-7449-73-289 7148-73-77-289 75-71-70-73-289 7149-74-75-289 69-T2-72-73-289 66-72-77-75-290 75-70-74-71-290 7748-72-73-290 74-70-75-71-290 69-T5-73-73-290 T0-72-74-74-290 70-71.75-75-291 73-72-75-71-291 73-74-72-72-291 71-74-73-73-291 71-71-74-76-292 72-7349-78-292 72-73-73-74-292 73-71-72-76-292 72-73-74-74-293 71-71-72-79-293 72-75-74-72-293 73-72-76-72-293 72-74-72-76-294 73-74-71-77-295 72-74-73-77-296 71-75-75-76-297 71-73-79-74-297 69-73-78-77-297 74-70-7640-300 68-7542-78-303 x—won in sudden death playoff on second hole. Junior League Game Tonight Petticoat Junction and John Law will play at 7 p.m. today in the Rhett Borland division of the Junior Major League. Country Club Golf July 7 Panama Country Club plans a selective shot golf tournament July 7. (WE SERVICE AUTO AIR CONDITIONERS SPIN BALANCE TIRES .1 OIL CHANGE AND LUBE JOB $g50 $400 PER TIRE COME IN AND LET US GET YOUR CAR IN GOOD RUNNING CONDITION FOR DO Vou HAVE A CHARGE? YOUR SUMMER VACATION CHARGE CARD .v good at all Grant stores coast to coast the more for your moneysworth store PANAMA PLAZA W. 15TH ST. PANAMA CITY, FLA FASCINATING by PHIL SMITH LARGEST ISLJW IljT THE WORLD What is the largest island in fthe world? Greenland holds this honor. The island has a land area of more than 839,000 square miles. This makes Greenland more than twice as large as the second biggest island in the world, which is New Guinea, with an area of slightly more than 316,000 square miles In fact most of the islands) in the world are considerably smaller than Greenland and) New Guinea. Most islands have) a territory of less than 100,0001 square miles. In fact, there are| some islands which are only a few feet in size You can't be an island all to] yourself. We practice this the ory in our business. We make every effort to be an integral part of the community. We believe in doing business at home, and giving the best pos sible service to our customers. SMITH'S Panama City Pharmacy tlM HARRISON PANAMA CITY, FLORIDA 32401 the people Hrc people DELUXE CHAMPION polyester cord FULL 4-PLY AS LOW AS... Size B78-13, blickwill. Plus S1.83 per tire F.E.T. and 2 old tires. FREE MOUNTING WIDE 78 SERIES • Four strong plies of smooth-riding polyester cord •Concave molded tread gives full tread-to-road contact for long mileage •Wide, aggressive 7-rib tread for excellent traction, handling and stability •"Cross-cut" tread pattern similar to radial tires gives outstanding wet pavement traction OPEN AN ACCOUNT... 033 Priced as shown at Firestone Stores. Competitively priced at Firestone Dealers and at all service stations displaying the Firestone sign. Siie Blsckwslls Whluwslls F.E.T. par tire B78-13 2 for $38.50 2 for $43.00 $1.83 E78-14 2 for 42.50 2 for 47.00 2.24 F78-14 2 for 44.50 2 for 49.50 2.41 G78-14 2 for 46.50 2 for 51.50 2.55 H78-14 2 for 50.00 2 for 55.50 2.77 G78-15 2 for 47.50 2 for 53.00 2.63 H78-15 2 for 51.00 2 for 57.00 2.82 L78-15 2 for 55.50 2 for 61.50 3.13 Wl ALSO HONOR THIM CRIDIT CARDS TtresXone ROAD ATLAS by RAND-McNALLY REVISED 1974 EDITION FEATURING 16-PAGE GUIDE TO STATE PARKS •State Park campground tables include location, fee requirements, facilities, tent and trailer sites available, mail address •144 big pages, size 11-1/8" x 14-7/8" • Maps of 184 major cities •Complete, up-to-date road maps and mileage charts for U.S., Canada and Mexico Limit one at this price Additional $2.95 each FIRESTONE TRUCK TIRES, $ 22 6.00-16 Black Tube-type. Plus 82.27 F.E.T. and lire oil your vehicle, e-ply rated. Bay City fimion* I Tirt $fOf1t $tOr*$ Hours; 8:00 • 5:30 1100 W. 15th Street 785-4654 Phone Hours 7:30 • 5:30 Groce & Stfr 763-6561 S D. BUCK ROGERS MGR. Downtown '4

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