Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida on June 30, 1974 · Page 21
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Races Tonight At Beach NEWS-HERALD, Panama City, Fla., Sunday, June 30,1974 Page SO Stock car race drivers ai and Howard Turner in the Beaches Speedway tonight will limited sportsmen's feature, try to end the victory strings of Nixon has won In his division Mike Nixon in the cadet class five successive times, while Orantes Surprises At Wimbledon WIMBLEDON, , England (UPI) Manuel Orantes, the 12th seed from Spain, Saturday proved that you can't beat match practice when he outlasted Tony Roche of Australia in a gruelling five-setter to gain the last 16 of the Wimbledon tennis championships. Orantes, a clay court specialist, looked booked for an early exit when he trailed two sets to love, but he pulled himself together and ran out a 2-6, 5-7, 7-5, 6-4, 8-6 winner over Roche, beaten finalist here in 1968. "Roche tired because he's Dive Flight Wins Honors Members of the Tyndall Dive Flight dominated the Fiesta of Five Flags spearflshlng Rodeo in Pensacola by capturing seven out of a possible 12 awards. The spearflshlng rodeo was open to all divers and participants came from Florida, Alabama, Georgia and as far away as Washington State. The contest was dived into two division: sklndlving and Scuba diving. In the skindlving portion, MSgt. (Ret.) Richard McCullen tood first place in the Amberjack category by spearing a 72 pounder. McCullen captured a monster fish during the first ten minutes of the tournament and his trophy prevailed as top fish for the entire contest and took the grand prize. SSgt. Richard Fryer took second place with a 22 pound-four-ounce jack. SMSgt. Chuck Gigli grabbed first place in the Barracude Category with a 28 pounder. In the scuba diving division, TSgt. Jerry McLendon took top honors in the grouper category with a 12 pound-eight-ounce fish. McLendon also secured a second place trophy in the Snapper category by spearing a three pound-two-ouncer. SSgt. Richard Fryer took second place in the Grouper category with a six pound-four-ounce fish. The competition took place southwest of Pensacola Bay pass at the site of an old sunken Russian freighter. Elks, Bay Win Games Elks Club romped over West Side Men's Club, 15-8, and Bay National Bank downed Petticoat Junction, 11-4, Friday night in Rhett Borland Junior Major League action. Mike Hawkins led Elks with a home run and two singles, Mike Moore had a homer and double for West Side and Sammy Raulerson tripled for Bay National. RHETTBORLAND LEAGUE u/ett Side 320 010 2-4 5 10 ElkiClub 121 515 z—15 10 I Erlckfon. Cuim (4) and Teal; Williams and Turk. Petticoat Junction 010 003 0-4 3 5 Bay National Bank 008 402 x-11.4 1 Barrett and McCurdy: Norrls, Raulerson (6) andFlckling. not used to playing five-setters," the toothy Spaniard said. "Tennis is at the crossroads. Players must decide whether they want to follow the tournament circuit or play for one hour In league tennis. They can't do both." Roche, the player-coach of Denver In World Team Tennis, heeded 74 hours to complete his second round match against John Alexander because of rain delays. Saturday he played with zip for two sets but then played tired strokes and was unable to capitalize on a fifth game break In the fifth set. For the first time in a week the sun. shone on the All England club which was packed with 26,154 fans but, unfortunately, the tennis did not match the gay summer scene. Referee Mike Gibson played "catch up" as he tried to clear the backlog of 180 matches but this meant the fans were denied the opportunity of seeing the higher seeds in action. Gibson achieved his aim of getting down to the last 32 in both the men's and women's singles, while seventh-seeded Tom Okker of the Netherlands joined Orantes in the round of 16 with a light-hearted 4-6,6-3,6-3, 6-3 win over Cliff Drysdale of South Africa. Three American men won their second round matches to bring to eight the number of U.S. survivors in the last 32. Nine girls made it to the third round in the women's singles. Roscoe Tanner of Lookout Mountain, Term., qualified to meet eighth-seeded Arthur Ashe with an 84, 6-4, 8-6 win over Germany's Karl Meiler; Dave Stockton of Port Washington, N.Y., turned back Briton Gerald Battrick, 34,6-3,6-4,46, 6-4, while Jeff Borowiak of Berkeley, Calif., beat Neale Fraser 8-9, 6-3, 8-6, 1-0, the Australian winner of the title in 1960 and now his country's Davis Cup captain, retiring with a muscle pull in his right thigh which hurt when he served. Six U.S. girls won to join the big three of Billie Jean King, Chris Evert and Rosie Casals in the third round. Betsy Nagelsen of St. Petersburg, Fla., beat Gail Chanfreau of France, 7-5, 6-3; Patti Hogan of La Jolla, Calif., beat Brigitte Cuypers of South Africa, 6-3,60; Ann Kiyomura of San Mateo, Calif., beat Marina Kroshina of Russia, 8-6, 2-6, 6-3; Kris Kemmer of Los Angeles beat Sharon Walsh of San Rafael, Calif., 1-6, 6-2, 6-3; Mona Schallau of Iowa City did not lose a game in blanking Natalie Fuchs of France; and Tory Frejz of Los Angeles beat Wendy Turnbull of Australia, 75,6-3. Scramble Held Gary Likis, R. Wallace, R. Bratson and Tom Short won Saturday's golf scramble at Colony Club with a plus nine. Second at plus four were Hal Brown, Cal Fair, Bud Welch and Arvid Kirkland. Ed Bradley won points at plus eight. Turner copped the sportsmen's feature in his new racer last Sunday, the bounty on Nixon has been raised by track officials from $25 to $50 and the cadet race drivers say they intend to end his winning streak tonight. Nixon won last week's feature and black flag, with Kenny Boyd trailing him the feature. Wayne Money was second to Turner In the sportsmen feature last week while Donnie Hardy won the black face race. Bill Comer, J.D. Lewis, Larry Hudson and Pop Cole are other drivers who will be vying for honors tonight. The gates will open at 5 p.m., with time trials beginning at 6 p.m. and the first race at 7:30. No motorcycle races were held Saturday, while the track was being prepared. Juniors Back From Tourney Local juniors and bantams have returned from the state bowling tournaments at Miami. High Bowlarama junior team score was 'turned in by Coca-Cola, 2,329. Other scores included: Junior doubles, David Flores and Dwaine Casey 1,253; Ron Ellis and Dan Hamre 1,203; junior singles, Bruce Garner 629, David Flores 623; high game, Flores 206, Ellis 203. All-events, boys, Flores 1,829, Paul Bolen 1,776; girls, Judy Leedom 1,749, Cindy Muterspaugh 1,597, high game 124, KathyColson 1,663. Bantams: First place team, Pasquale's, 2,319; Coca Cola 2,284; single girls, Lisa Justice 650, Diane Symmones 611; boys singles, scratch, Tim Strickland 459, Rick Garner handicap 644. Girls doubles, Diane Sym- mones-Mark Johnson 1,239, Kelvin Bruce-Tim Strickland 1,226; all event, girls, Lisa Justice 1,769, Diane Symmones 1,732; girl scratch, all-events, Lisa Justice 1,013, Diane Sym­ mones 913. Boys, scratch singles, Tim Strickland 1,343,1802 handicap; Mark Jackson 1,215 scratch, 1,818 handicap. Safe Boating Week Observed Betty McNabb, Public relations officer of Flotilla 16, announced Saturday: President Nixon has proclaimed June .30 to July 6, as National Safe Boating Week. Your local Coast Guard Flotilla 16 wants to make Panama City area waters the safest boating country in our nation. "Please help to do so by taking your boat In for a cour­ tesy motor boat Inspection July 6 at Capehart Marina or Carl Gray Park, between 9 a.m. and noon. Qualified boat inspectors will tell you if anything is wrong with your boat which would make it unsafe for you, your family, your friends, or your guests. However, they won't tell anybody else! If there Isn't anything wrong, you will receive a USCG Auxiliary decal which tells the boating* world that your boat is safe and sound! "As you enjoy fishing and boating during these summer days, you will see the little boats of the Coast Guard Auxiliary Flotilla 16, and their two facility aircraft, on Watchful patrol to help you Is you need them. Holt Bowls 299 Randy Holt almost made bowling history with a perfect 300 in the Pin Pals league last week at Bowlarama. He bowled a 299, missing a pin on his last round. Holt's score for the night was a very respectable 224-299-158-681. Other league scored last weed included: Wednesday Night Mixed League - Mary Nell Barnes 225-588, Barbara Plummer 201-198-580, Norma Wright 201-565, Carol Atchison 204-543, Ruby Maahburn 204-520, Mamie Gaines 189-496, Kay Muterspaugh 191-492, Unda Newsome 492,Mary Dyer 483, Gene Johns 232407, Hank Gray 208-210-597, Al Muterspaugh 244-202-592, Joe Horton 205-221-585, Lee Goines 209-578, Doug Adams 202-575, Wm. Bradley 203-571, David Atchison 204-560, Randy Holt 216-558, Ray Atchison 201-553, Johnny Gilbert 210-550, James Casey 218, Jim Balrd 207, Larry Templeton 202, Dennis Patrick 200. Pin Pals - Randy Holt 224-299-158481, Don Coston 212-215-201-628, Freddie Campbell 221-200-193414, Bill Erickson 212-180-217-609, Mike Hammond 171-209-227-607, Johnny Gilbert 202-211-583, Joe Horton 222-570, Eric Brackenbury 217-568, Harold Buschmeyer 212-556, Rudolph Bradley 203456, Joe Harris 202-550, Bob Willis 550, Herman Currio 542, Edd Langley 547, Jim Tarr 238, Larry Howell 221, Dick Fisher 202, Wllma Parker 202-212-590, Ruby Mashbum 194-549, Faye King 190-534, Jane Herring 190-531, Sue Hayes 184-520, Margaret Buschmeyer 495, Lavlna George 193-493. Adult-Junior League — Men: John Keim 504, Gene Flores 120-567, Vic Vlckers 202-542, Richard Williams 504,. Jim Ball 202, Doug Adama 562, Jackie Shores 206-542, Al Muterspaugh 213-571, Rick Kummer 223-580, Lee Goines 530. Boy's: Jerry Nelson 177, Mike Tucker 178, Dwayne Casey 183-506, Dan Hamre 170, Stephan Vlckers 188, Mike Gunn 176-503. Jerry White 184-174-520, Gerry McDonough 212-517, Paul Bolen 174, John Tucker 188492, Rockey Kummer 200-531, Eddie Goines 184-190-503. Women: Mamie Goines 200-552, Sue Hayes 496. Playmates League — Norb Sleltler 519, Margaret McKinney 200, John Pollill 507, Ken Sharp 504, Joe Horton 511, Mike Hammond 233419, Doug Adams 557, Glynn Cope 505, Tip Tipton 221-535, Bill Funk 521, Mary Nell Barnes 209-218-567, Bob Parker 205-528, Johnny Gilbert 205-235400, Randy Holt 236448, Tommy Maddox 210-223423, Ronnie Childs 201, Brenda Turnei 504, Gerrie Boade 203-554, Jimmy Root 510 Roger Whelton 208-596. Cruiser Race Won By Darby St. Andrew's Bay Yacht Club cruisers raced Saturday from the yacht club around stage two and return. Results were: First across line, Dick McCloy'sShatzie. Class A-Idus Darby's Cee Bee, Sid Daffin's Faith, Duck Davis' Super Duck, Larry Hall's Sting, Dick McCloy's Shatzie. Class B-Bradley-Pitts' Plenty Six, Doc Crabdall's Windquist, Ed Bender's Y Knot, Joe Smith's Zigzag, Gary Groves' No-Name. Final results of the spring series: A class, Larry Hall's Sting, Idus Darby's Cee Bee, Tucker-Hurst's Le Bon Sept; B class, Mike Hauser's Dixie, Bradley-Pitts* Plenty Six, Ted Guy's , Kelpie; C class, John Palmer's Gusto, Ed Bender's Y Knot, Doc Crandall's Win­ dquist. FAIR FISHERMEN — Francis McQuinn and Pat Crosby from Pheonix City, Ala., with strings of red snapper and triggerfish caught on the Capt. Anderson No. 6, with Capt. Johnny Anderson. Good Fishing Awaits Crowds By BOB ROGERS Many families schedule their vacations to coincide with'the upcoming July 4 holiday and Panama City and the beaches are expecting a record number of people this year. Our very welcome visitors will find a large number of boats available for all types of fishing. Some specialize in bottom fishing for the tasty red snapper and grouper, others troll for game fish and some make trips far offshore in search of the great blue marlln and sailfish. Boat docks and marinas are within easy access of all parts of the city and provide ample parking for their customers. St. Andrews Marina is located at the west end of 11th street, Smith's Yacht Basin is on Business Hwy. 98 just north of St. Andrews Marina and the Holiday Lodge docks are at the west • end of the Hathaway Bridge. In the beach area Grand Lagoon docks and Treasure Island Marina and docks are just off Thomas Drive, State Road 797, near Beach Drive. The fishing has been good and all boat operators predict that there will be a lot of fish caught over the next couple of weeks. For the shorebound fishermen there is the public fishing pier at both ends of Hathaway Bridge, the piers and jetties at St. Andrews State Park and the miles of beaches along the Gulf and the bays. Western Auto, Sil's Victors Sil's Mobile Homes nipped Mo-Jo, 6-5, and Western Auto won over American Legion, 4-3, Friday night in Eastern Junior Major League play. Pitcher Pat' King helped his own cause with two singles for Sil's while Richard Flowers, Ronnie Gillikin and Pete Stamps each had two singles for Mo-Jo. Billy Barnette had three for Legion singles and Billy Melvln a homer for Western Auto. fcASTEKN DIVISION Mo-Jo 202 100-5 8 5 Sil's 002 121-6 5 1 Driecoll, Stamps (4) and Meredith; King and Beauchamp, American Legion 000 102 0-3 6 8 Western Auto 100 012 x-4 5 2 Smith and Barnette; HoilU, Taylor (6) and Kirkland. JULY 4TH SPECIAL GOOD THRU FRIDAY JULY 5 DELUXE ENAMEL Any single original color baked to a show room finish. 1 year written guarantee. TWO TONES, STATION WAGONS AND TRUCKS SLIGHTLY HIGHER. 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