Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida on June 27, 1974 · Page 23
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fagftjC NEWS'HERALD, Panama City.. Fli., Thursday, June 1W4 BEACH LEAGUE ALL-STARS - Back row, left to right: assistant coach Joel Singletary, Bo Pate, Chris Parker, Mark Gibbons, Dave French, Eddie Hines, Scott Gould, Howard Brookshire, manager Olen Pate. Front row: Richard Justin, Kelly Horton, Tommy Jenkins, Jerry Black, Danny Higgins, Gary White, Robert Andrews, Bucky Weaver, Robert Sexton. Not pictured is Robb Quigley. Frazier Talks To Beach Teams Bill Frazier, Gulf Coast Community College baseball coach, was guest speaker at the annual Beach Little Major League banquet Tuesday night. • Frazier spoke on the value of a winning attitude in life and on the playing field. He has con* ducted several clinics for the League. Bod Avr cii 7 lid M BLUE DOLPHIN Ph 769-3226 OPEN 11 til 11 SPECIAL SEAFOOD PLATTER ' SCALLOPS . OYSTERS . SHRIMP . DEVILED CRAB. SCAMP Plus hw'.L (Hippie. < hole c ill Pninlc BJ Tosspti Salmi ~ FROSTY DRAUGHT BffR CHILLED CARAFES OF WINE $050 ROBERT DUVALL ® COUM Bodge IKW Wotsrhols 10.10 gulf drive-in IIITIIN1H SIRK1//63 M'J? VERNABLOOMl I'ANAMA f 1 martin theatre 409 HARRISON AV[ ' 1^ b? 9 b STARTS TOMORROW cpne 1/ the romonce that wa/vo divine: J 40 Df ^mewK /flflODuaionoF fijRCKawTon Hun R0B6RT R0FOR^miR FflRflOUU GR(fl] GflT/BV (O'/iorring Kflfl€n BiflCH /con wit/on im\ \mwu\ I lDI/CHILaid6fiU«D6RnJom ftodycedtx /DflVlDffKflfllCH Directed by JftCH CLWTOn ' „ Areerpjoy by ffiftTCI/ FOfiD COPPOLA Bcvbdoo the rowel bvPAOTT FfTZGWHJD fly/odoteftoducerHflnH mOOfWV) Following Frazier's speech, awards were presented, including: SamB.Hearn: Chris Parker, most valuable player; Mickey Meachum, outstanding inflelder; Mrak Gibbons, Don Watson, outstanding outfielders; Mark Graham, out* standing hitting; Brian Magnuson, outstanding rookie. Beach Lions Club: Danny Higgins, most valuable player; Robert Andrews, rookie of he year; Howard Brookshire, RBI leader; Jerry Black, most runs scored; Richard Justin, most Improved player. Beach State Bank: Bo Pate, best all around; Gary White, outstanding glove; Tommy Jenkins, outstanding infielder; Rob Quigley; outstanding catcher; Kelly Horton, outstanding infielder and hitter. Beach Men's Association: Eddie Hines, most improved player; David French, Outstanding Offensive Player; Mark Gibbons, Most Valuable Player; Dean Ezzell, outstanding rookie; Gary Greathouse, outstanding sportsmanship. Following these awards, Adult awards for outstanding service to the league Were given: President's Palque, Paul Church well; Secretary, Jan Gould; scorekeeper, Betty Andrews; scorekeeper, Joyce White. Team mothers-Jean Churchwell, Beach Men's Association; Shlrllne Magnuson, Sam B. Hearn; Mary Brookshire, Beach Lions Club; Ruby Pate, Beach State Bank. Backstop climbing award- Joel Singletary; outstanding umpire-Fred Dunn; outstanding parents of 1974-Beach Little Major League- Paul and Jean Churchwell. The first place team trophy was awarded to the Beach State Bank team. Manager was Olin Pate, coach Bill White, and players Mike Canzoneri, Bo Pate, Tommy Jenkins, Tony Jenkins, Rob Quigley, Kelly Horton, Mike Burkett, Gary White, Marvin Gardner, Robert Sexton, Bren Sexton, Kevin Fit- zpatrlck, Ricky Clark, Kyle Forbes, and Don Williams. The all star awards were also presented to Manager Olin Pate, Coaches Bill White and Joel Singletary and players Robert Andrews, Howard Brookshire, Danny Higgins and Richard Justin, Beach Lions Club; David French, Mark Gibbons and Eddie Hines, Beach Men's Association; Kelly Horton, Tommy Jenkins, Bo Pate, Rob Quigley and Gary White, Beach State Bank; Scott Gould, Chris Parker, and Bucky Weaver, Sam B. Hearn. Alternates were Jerry Black, Beach Lions Club, and Robert Sexton, Beach State Bank. 12-Year Old Awards were also given to: Jimmy Mclntyre Beach Lions Club, David Humpreys, Beach Lions, and John Pollard and Brent Brown of the Beach Men's Association. The C.T.C Awards for outstanding fielding went to Mark Churchwell and for best 1975 potential to Jeff Blackmer. League trophies were as follows: Most valuable player-Bo Pate; Highest Batting average-Bo Pate (.486); rookie of the year-Gary White; Highest fielding average-Gary Whlte(.95l). Lote Boxes akrbtl 4 010 North cf 4 0 0 0 Campnra M 4010 Bando3b 4 0 0 0 Mangual rf 4 130 Rudilf 1010 Tenace lb 3 0 10 Wuhngtn pr 3 010 Bourque lb 2 000 Aloudh 1 0 0 0 Green 2b 3 010 Haney c 0 0 0 0 Hunter p 00 0 0000 tilt* Tttek Pros Face Another Tough Course In Western CHICAGO (UPI) Golf pro stars might play their third straight tournament, in which the winner finishes over par for 72 holes in the $200,000 Western Open beginning Tnvur- sday.. at Butler National Golf Club. It will be the first tournament on the par 7,7,002-yard course, which is in its third year of play, and par was a tough rival to those players in the field who tested it In practice. Jazz Signs Grambling Ace NEW ORLEANS (UPI) Aaron James, the 6-8 Grambling forward who averaged 32.1 points a game, Wednesday signed a multlyear contract with the New Orleans Jazz of the National Basketball Association. James was the Jazzmen's first draft pick In the recent NBA college draft. A three-year alt-Southwestern Athletic Conference selection at Grambling, James earned NAIA All- America and college division All-America honors as a Juniorand a senior. Club President Kred Rosenfeld said that James "is the type of young man around which the new Orleans Jazz Is attempting to build a basketball team." James plans to begin play lnthe Southern California pro summer league at the end of the week, according to Coach Scotty Robertson. James' attorney, Herb Rudoy of Chicago, said, "I was very satisfied with my negotiations with Fred Rosenfeld. I feel Aaron has signed an excellent contract." Softball Willtc* Memorial Preibyterlan 28, St. Andrew Assembly 13. HR—Wallace Memorial, Monroe Wllion. Three or more hit* — Wallace Memorial, Richard Gaunt (4), Tom Cockrell, Monro* Wluwn(4), Henry TtUer. St. Andrew Methodlit 28, Parker Method!* 11. Three or more hits — St. Andrew, Andy McQuagge (S), Gene Uudermllk (5), Roch D'Aust, Jetf Powell (4), John Brannon, Buddy Danley; Parker.Nevin Stafford. Lynn Haven Baptist 10, Immanuel Baptist 7. Three or more hits—Lynn Haven, Brock, Don- nle Owen*; Immanuel, Noel Knowles, Craig Brannon. Welders Supply U. Sunshine -Jr. 13. HR Welder*, Campbell.Brannon; Sunshine, Clltf Gllmore. Three or more hits— Sunshine, Gllmore (4). St. Andrew Baptist (No. 1) 15, Dlrego Psrk Assembly 1. HR — St. Andrew, Dane Measlck, Dennis Pledger. Callaway Baptist 7, Cove Baptist 0. forfeit. Parker Baptist 7, Naiarene 0. forfeit. . Army Recruiters 7, Lynn Haven Crusaders 0, forfeit. Bay Ltquors 14, Local 3114 0. HR—Bay Liquors, Ed Houck. Three or more hits-Bay Liquors, James Creel. Who's Playing? JUNIOR MAJOR LEAOUE Rhett Rorland League: John Law Construction vs. Optimist Club, 7 p.m. WOMEN'S SOFTBALL Kraft Field: Sharron vs. John law, 7 p.m.; Rlzruto's vs. Glemvood,. 8:30 p.m.: Parker Field: Seymour va. Moore Handley. MEN'S SOFTBALL Oakland Ten-see Park: Trinity Lutheran vs. First Baptist No.2. First Assembly vs. St. Andrew Assembly, Mister Donut vs. Pasquate's. 1:43 p.m.; Hlland Park Baptist vs. Dlrego Park Assembly, Austin vs. Ptxzs Hut, First Baptist No. 1 vs. Central Baptist, 8 p.m.; Naiarene vs. Parker Baptist, Tyndall vs. Marine Corps, Kirby vs. Gulf Power, 9:U p.m. The course Is scheduled to become the permanent site of the Western Open. Players did not complain of unfairness of the layout, but of difficulty Instead with numer ous trees, plenty of water and small, puzzling greens proving difficult to solve. Hale Irwin was seven over par in winning the National Open two weeks ago and Jim Colbert was one over after 72 holes of the American Golf Classic which he won in a playoff. There was speculation the Western winner might be somewhere between their totals. Six of the top 10 money winners in pro golf this year and 10 of the leading 20 were not in the field of 146 pros and one amateur who will open the tour- Four Retained At Florida A&M Tallahassee, Fla. (UPI) Rudy Hubbard, Florida A&M's new football coach, completed his staff Wednesday by hiring four assistants from the staff of the man he replaced. Hubbard hired Pete Griffin, who retired as Florida A&M's head coach in 1970; Costa Kittles, Bobby Lang, and Robert Mungen. They were assistants, to Jim Williams, whose resignation was requested by University President Benjamin Perry jr. Griffin will handle the defensive interior line, Kittles the wide receivers, Lang the running banks and Mungen the defensive backs, Hubbard said. nament. Among the absentees 1 were the No. 1 and No. 2 leaders In todney winning— Jfthnny -along with Jack Nlcklaus, and Miller and Hubert Green Gary Player. DOWNTOWN THEATRE ! ' 20 HARRISON P.H. 785-8331 | %»**§« tiKiionniiiiiiii, assist „•„ itiiitii,,,,,,, t DOWNTOWN THEATRE 200 HARRISON PHONE 785-8331 FEATURES Stacy 7:00 Lady Frank 8:34 STACEY ALWAYS SCORES! METROCOLOR R Rivers cf Doyle 2b Doherty lb Robinson dh Uhoud rf Stanton rf McCraw If Schaal lb Rodriguez c Chalk 0 Tanana p Lockwood p Cumbrlnd p In (dor ftirt /buflWob 53 HW_| Will Us-< E-Chalk. DP-Callforhta 1, Oakland' 2. 'Los-California 8, Oakland li. 2B-B*ndo. SB-Campanerls, — ail... I Tanatia I 4-11 Lockwood Cumberland Hunter W 104 WP-Ldekwood 2. T-2:22. A-4,344. I • i ,1 ELLEN BUftSryN • fVW< VON SyCT'LEE JQOBB • KITTY WINN JACK MaOTMN JASON&I1EW -mm** iwucriwWIlilAMPETERBLATTY E«^IU«,N0ELMAI6HALL ^WILLIAM r^TERBLATTYb-donteno.d First Federal has tremendou? faith in Bay County, the people who live here and their desire to build and grow. We are dedicated to this growth through honest and reliable service to the people of Bay County, FIRST FEDERAL SAVIN881 LOAN 144 Harrison Avt. • 1545 Llsonby Ave. • 2621 E Hwy. 98 i 630 Ohio AV*. Lynn Havtn

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