Page 4C NEWS-HERALD, Panama City, Flu., Friday, Juno 28,1974 Beard, Goalby Share Lead CHICAGO (UPt).-Two tour nament'veterans, Bob Goalby and Frank Beard, and a kid in his first year on the pro tour, Gary McCord cut a stroke off par Thursday at Butler National Golf Club to share the first round lead of the Western Open with 70s. All three agreed they beat par on a tough golf course. And that par probably wouldn't be good enough to win the $40,000 top money in the $200,000 event. The trio had a one-stroke lead on eight players—Gary Sanders, Gary Groh, Al Geiberger, Tom Welskopf, Lanny Wadkins, Eddie Pearcc Rik Massengale Broxson Leads Whitfield Win Joey Broxson, the pitcher, belted two homers to lead Whitfield Construction to a 6-4 win over EMBA Thursday night in Eastern Junior Major League" play. Ricky Robblns added a homer and single while Billy Hagan and Shawn Wright each had two hits for the losers. EASTERN DIVISION EMBA 013 000 0-4 7 1 Whitfield 013 030 x—6 7 1 ttowell and Luslter; Broxson and Cuahlng. • i • —•— I and National Open Champion Hale Irwin—all with 71s, and two strokes on George Johnson and Tom Watson, who had 72s. All three leaders had a chance for undisputed first place but fell back on their final three oles. McCord lost his chance on the 427-yard ninth when he flew a six iron over the green into the grand stand and then sank a 35-foot putt for a bogey. "I layed about as good as I think I can play," the 26-yearold former national collegiate champion said. Arnold Palmer finished with a 74 and said he "didn't play too badly." "I three-putted three or four times and took three from the edge once," he said. "Thiscour- Lynn Haven To Host Meet Lynn Haven will host the first annual Buck Walker memorial fast pitch softball tournament Saturday. The round-robin one-day affair will consist of six teams, including the Traders and Citizens of Panama City. GUIDES — BOATS — MOTORS — BAIT WABDELL'S HUNTING • FISHING LODGE MOTEL ft RESTAURANT ACCOMMODATIONS Specializing in fresh water Catfish P.O. Box 606 Apaiachicola, Fla. 32320 Phone 653-4385 AREA CODE (904) se is challenging. I think 284 to 290 will win because I don't think anybody is going to shoot four rounds under par on It. If someone does, he should be the superplayer of the year. Also at 74 were Lee Trevinoand former Western champion Jim Jamieson while Gary Brewer, Gene Littler and Doug Ford were among the 11 at 73. Softball KAST PITCH Trader! 000 003 0—3 6 0 CHIzent 000 000 0-0 3 S Larry Bland and Freddie Campbell; Morton Pennington and Jimmy Lee. Traderi! Mack. Skipper triple, single; Qtlteiu, John Nunnery 2 •Ingles. Traderi 202 001 0—ft 10 3 Citizens 012 004 x—7 7 3 Turner, Justice (4) and Campbell; Nunnery and Lee. Traders: Charles Commander triple, double; Mack Skipper double, single; Cltltens: Butch Turner double, i singles, Tyndall 300 100 1-5 11 a Belvln's 000 000 4—( 5.2 Epperson and Colby: Hughes and Parttick, Tyndall: Luke Williams, Dick Oak doubles, Tyndall 010 000 300 1-5 12 5 Belvln's 020 002 000 0-4 9 3 May Held and Rice; Rogers and Partrlck. Tyndall: Tom Christian home run, double, John Maytleld double, Norm Chllds, Marv Rice, Williams two singles each. SLOW PITCH Welders Supply 16, Local 3114 T, Welders: Holley 3 doubles, Campbell triple, double, 2 singles; Local: Late home run, 2 doubles; Everage home run. Local 3114 14, EMBA 3. Local: Davis, King, Little 3 singles each. Pasquale's 17, Austin 8, Pasquale's: Jack Slmonson double, 3 tingles; Danny Brown, Gary Holden three singles each; Austin: Lynn Paul 4 singles. Tyndall 17, Gulf Power 2. Tyndall: Green double, 3 singles; Tony Wengret triple. 2 singles; Walthall, Slnon, Newley, Tate home run each; Gulf Power: Taylor home run. Quality Cars U, Sportsman's Lounge 10. Auallty: Ron Brannan home run, Ricky Smith 2 home runs, single; Sportsman's: Tommy Webb home run, 2 singles. Commander 9, Tony's 5. Commander: Mike Cobb 2 home runs; Hulon Walslngham, Mark Holland home run each; Tony's, Jack Creel home run, double, single; Ronnie Chllds home run. Sportsmen Slate Bristol Meeting BRISTOL - The Apaiachicola Valley Sportsmen's Club will hold Its annunl meeting' Saturday at 7:30 p.m. (EDT) at the Bristol Boat Landing on the Apaiachicola River. The club has invited all sportsmen of Liberty and the surrounding counties to attend the meeting and the free fish fry. Howard Odum, Marianna, member of the Florida Game and Fish Commission will be guest speaker. A progress report and a financial report for the past year will be addressed to the membership together with an account of plans for the future. Election of officers for 1974-75 will be held. Elmore, Signs With Racers INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (UPI) — A lean and [hungry Len Elmore, pledging an all-out effort toward another championship, signed! with the Indiana Pacers of t)ie American Basketball Association Thursday and said "I hav,e to look out for myself." i He agreed to a| multi-year contract, terms of which were not disclosed, giving the ABA a • major triumph over the rival National Basketball Association in thelt) renewed "player war." Elmore, a 6-9 All-America center at Maryland who led the Terps to the National Invitation Tournament crown two years ago and high national ratings, was highly recruited by the three-time ABA champions and by the Washington Bullets of the NBA. IGS WASHINGTON (UPI)-The response of National Football League rookies and free agents is expected to be the make-or- break factor in the imminent players strike called for Monday. ..Most veterans Were reported ready to honor NFL Player Association picket lines as they did in a similar strike situation four.seasonsago. 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The Houston Oiler center also commented that the rookies are In danger of being exploited "because they'll be playing In games without pay and they aren't covered by a collective bargaining contract. Meanwhile, the owners will be collecting ticket revenue at regular prices. Then when the veterans turn up, most of them will be cut." Junior Meet Pits Powers AUSTIN, Tex. (UP!) Youngsters from two world .superpowers will meet Friday for two days of track and field comptltion that should also supply lessons In international diplomacy, The third annual Russian- American Junior Track and Field Meet, sponsored by the 1 Amateur Athletic Union, begins Houston McTcar of Baker High will compote In the dashes for the U.S. team. He ran a 10 .2 100-meter dash in last week's national AAU, tying the high school record. at 3 p.m. Friday in Memorial Stadium on the University of Texas campus. It concludes Saturday night. 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