Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida on June 28, 1974 · Page 16
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NEWS-HERALD, Panama City, Friday Mj^M^M^. # Four Teams Advance [ ^Mke* bike tii£ people" LML ACTION — Mid-City's Billy May checks his swing as Southport catcher Joey Sauls reaches for the ball in sub«distrlct little major league all-star tournament action. Mid-City League tripped fieacH League, 8-4, and R.L. Turner League dumped H.L. Johnson League, 7-2, In semifinal winners' bracket action of the West sub-district little major league tournament Thursday night at the Howard Parker field. Steve Hoiman, who pitched the first five Innings, poinded a two-run homer in the first inning and Matt Brudnicki added a homer in the second Inning in Mid-City's win while Ray Segovia registered 14 strikeouts and lashed two singles compared to two doubles for Troy Todd in Tur­ ner's victory. • Terry Shivers had a double and single in a losing effort for Johnson. The East sub-district semifinal wlnners'bracket games at the Fred Bishop park saw Central League romp over Fred Bishop, 14-0, and Cedar Grove League rap Coastal League, 23-8. Ken Thomas hit a homer and single while Mark Harrison, Craig Malin and Scotty Rowe each added a homer for Central, with Harrison pitching a one-hitter with 12 strikeouts. Bob Aultman had the lone hit for Fred Bishop. Timmy Smith slammed a double and single 25% OFF Radial Tires Guaranteed 36,000 Miles Put the strength of 4 rayon cord belted and 2 polyester cord radial plies between you and the highway. Belts help keep tread flat while the polyester cord plies give a smooth, ride. Don't miss out on this fantastic bargain at Sears now! 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David Thomas led the winners with a double and homer while Kenny Strange collected three singles for the losers. Losers' bracket games tonight are: East sub-district— Coastal field in Parker: 6 p.m., Coastal vs Callaway; 8 p.m., Springfield vs Fred Bishop. West sub-district— Southport field: 6 p.m., H.L Johnson vs Southport; 8 p.m., Beach vs A.L. Kinsaul. Springfield 063 303—14 5 1 Wewahitchka 218 000-11 8 4 McRaney tnd Thonuu; T. Strange and Whitfield. Howard Parker 000 030-2 3 6 A.L.KInwul 004 44x-12 10 2 Merchant, Van Gtten (4), Ue (5), Fratler (5) and Frailer, Lee (9); Keltner and Davit. Central 221 090-14 11 1 FredBlthop 000 000-0 1 1 Harrlton and Rowe; Creel, Johnmn (2), Taylor (4), Bowman (5) and Taylor, Creel (4). Coaatal 200 312-8 5 6 Cedar Grove 537 SSx-23 8 12 Knowlei, Buette (2) and Bright; Oliver and Beaaley. R.L. Turner 401 003—7 7 0 H.L.Johnaon 100 000-2 7 4 Sevogla and Unger; Hayea and Shi vera. 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Ip k r er bb at 8 7 3 3 3 5 1 0 0 0 0 1 ftPGSt Oft THE TRAVELER WARRIOR A slim, modern middleweight bicycle with sleek design and styling. • Chromium plated handlebars, wheels and fenders. •Dependable coaster brake. •Whitewall tires. •Distinctive color styling—boys' are Flamboyant Red with white trim; girls' are Flamboyant Blue with white trim. Men's or Ladies' 26-inch •54 M DIX VITESSE-VAGABOND 26-Inch IO-Speed Bicycle Derailleur transmission Maes-Bend racing handlebars Flamboyant, red finish 26" Frame IN THE CARTON O9O2 30M PNIekro L 84 7 7 6 6 4 5 Friaella 2 0 0 0 0 3 Kirby pitched to two batten in 9th. Save-Borbon (8). T-2:13. A-14,384. Cubs Topple Expos MONTREAL (UPI) — Jose Cardenal drove in two runs with a single and a double and rookie pitcher Oscar Zamora bailed out starter Bill Bonham Thursday night as the Chicago Cubs defeated the Montreal Expos 5-4. McGlothen Wins 11th NEW YORK (UPI) - Ted Simmons and Joe Torre drove in two runs each and Lynn McGlothen, with a nifty fourhit- ter, became the National League's firt 11-game winner Thursday night when the St. Louis Cardinals scored a 6-1 victory over the New York Mets. McRae Spun Royals KANSAS CITY (UPI) - Hal McRae started a five-run fourth inning with a two-run triple Thursday night, sparking the Kansas City Royals to a 5-4 victory over the Oakland A's. Johnson Connects DETROIT (UPI) -Deron Johnson hit his second homer in his second game with MIL- waukee Thursday night, a grand slam which highlighted a five-run sixth inning and gave the Brewers a 5-1 victory over the Detroit Tigers. Clyde Wright limited the Tigers to seven hits in raising his record to 7-9 while Detroit's Joe Coleman, 6-9, lost. Jim Perry: 200th CLEVELAND (UPI) - Jim Perry became the 69th major league pitcher to win 200 games Thursday night when Jack Brohamer sing' .d home Buddy Bell with the winning run in the fifth inning to give the Cleveland Indians a 2-1 victory over the Boston Red Sox. Carew Up To .400 CHICAGO (UPI). - Rod Carew collected two singles and a triple in five times at bat Thursday night to boost his season's batting average to an even .400 and help lift the Min nesota Twins to a 6-3 victory over the Chicago White Sox. The Estrada Vagabond 26", 5-Speed Touring Bicycle • Lightweight frame • 5-speed derailleur gears • Front and rear hand caliper brakes • Sparkling silver and chrome finish $ 09-02-250-3 THE KINGSTON VAGABOND •Finished in rich cognac. •3-speed shift. • Front and rear caliper brakes. Lightweight 26-Inch Touring Bicycle $70 ,67 Men's or Ladies' Mm-OOII.Ot-OJ-002-0 GULL GTO 20-INCH Ready for action! 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