Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida on June 30, 1974 · Page 22
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fjfcgt 4C NEWS-HERALD, Pantmfc City, Fl».. Sunday, June 90,1914 11-Man Battle Here Thursday ; A Fourth of July wrestling managed by J.C. Dykes, will spectacular has been scheduled take on Lake. for Thursday night at Rainbow , .Garden, with an ll»man battle royal for a $400 purse as the .main event. The wrestlers in the big finale, which will certainly provide a crowded ring, are Dick Dunn, Ken Lucas, the Green Hornets, a new team, the Mighty Yankee, Greg Lake, a .new wrestler, Mike (Hippie) 1 Boyette, Duke Miller, Rock Rld- dle, Ricky Fields, and Wrestling Pro No. Two. • The wrestlers must leave the 1 ring as they are eliminated and it will be every man for himself. The last one left in the ring gets In the cash. Dunn and Lucas will face the Green Hornets In a tag team match, and the Mighty Yankee, Pin Doubles Begins Today A mixed doubles handicap bowling tournament starts today and runs through July at Bowlarama. There will be a guaranteed payoff of $1,500, with $400 Jlrst place. Riddle, disgruntled because his team lost last Thursday's tag team scrap, challenged Ricky Fields to a special match. Miller, the Gulf Goast champion, meets Boyette in a non«tltle match. Action starts at 8:15. Late Box Oram rf Mattftr at CtdtM cf Wiuontf LMiy lb Howtrd pr MMayc Punch p CJohnion ph RaderJb Hell 3b OMMD p Gtlltihr ph Bdwardt e •aa IMCC* khrkW 5 JS0 Totantf 4121 HcmudtH till WlnftcM U 4 0 J 1 Colbert lb 3 0 0 1 Out on H 0 0 0 0 Orubb cf 4000 TbomuSb 0 0 0 0 Kendall c 0 0 0 0 DwRbrti 3b S010 Fttlifebcnp 4120 ttomop 2010 Htrdyp 1000 1000 31 4 It 4 Ttfafc ikrhM 51 10 3 2 3 1 4 120 2 112 4 0 2 1 0 000 4 0 0 0 4011 30 10 2 000 1000 00 00 Capital City in u i MM Ml-4 lit IN m- 1 1. lAB-Houtton Baa Dtet* E-ftadtr. DP 12, Stn Dlefo I. 2B-Helmi, Ootbttt, Wlnfltld. 3B-TcUn. SB-HtmndM. SF-LMay, Colbtrt 2. It k t «t M H Oaten (7 3 3 3 1 Poneh 2 4 2 2 0 0 PnUMwn «14 t 3 3 2 « Rome W 4-3 214 3 1 1 2 0 Hardy 14 0 0 0 0 0 Sava-Hardy (1). WP-Fr*UltbFn. T-2:3t. A>10,TT«. DICK DUNN ..wrestles iiranday Wewa PLans Softball Tilts Round robin Softball practice will be held July 3 at Wewahlt- chka, says Rodney Herring, president of the Wewahltchka Softball Association. Raffields (St. Joe) will play Wewahltchka at 5:30 p.m., and the winners will play the Commanders at 6:30. . Hamburgers and soft drinks will be sold. IN TIME FOR VACATION A NEW SUPPLY OF AUXILIARY GAS TANKS FOR TRUCKS VANS & MOTOR HOMES B0ASE MFC. GO. Panama City Swim Team Sallfish added another win to their season record Saturday by solidly defeating the Capital City Country Club swim team from Tallahassee, 434*73. The rapidly Improving Sallfish swimmers swept all relay events and won all but five of the Individual events in the 33 1-3 meter pool at Open Sands, Panama City Beach. After the performance, Coach BUI McEhllney said that he is confident his swimmers. will reverse their only loss this season . to Fort Rucker when they visit Panama City on July 13. Panama City Swim Team first place winners were: Butterfly; Boys 'eight & under Bryan Frassmann; Girls 10 and U Mary Ann Heller; Boys 10 and U Greg Langford; Girls 11 and 12 Michelle Heller; Boys 11 and 12 Scott Dorsch; Boys 13 and 14 Mark McMillan; Senior Girls Ann Saloman; Senior Boys Jim Bucker; Back; Girls 8 and U Use Kent; Boys 8 and U Bryan Frassman; Girls 10 and U Monica Heller; Boys 10 and U Greg Langford. Girls 11 and 12 Michelle Heller; Boys 11 and 12 Scott Dorsch; Boys 13 and 14 Mark McMillan; Late Box LepM 2b Joahua ph Marahallp BucfcMf U Wynne! 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Girls Senior Carta Saloman; Boys Senior Jim Bucher; Breast: Grlls 8 and U Nancy Haller; Boys 8 and U Chris Langford; Girls 10 and U Mary Ann Heller; Boys 10 and U Ken Mackenzie; Boys 11 and 12 Tommy Lawerence; Girls 13 and 14 Greta, Saloman; Boys 13 and 14 Mark McMillan; Senior Girls • Carta Saloman; Senior Boys • Jim Bucher; Individual Medly: Girls 8 and U? Rachel Pratt; Boys 8 and U • Bryan Frassmann; Girls 10 and U Mary Ann Heller; Boys 10 and U Greg Langford; Girls 11 and 12 Michelle Heller; Boys 11 and 12 Scott Dorsch; Boys 13 and 14 Mark McMillan; Senior Girls Cathy Penewitt; Senior Boys Jim Bucher; Free: Girls 8 and U Lise Kent; Boys 8 and U Bryan Frassmann; Girls 10 and U Mary Ann Heller; Boys 10 and U Kenneth Mackenzie; Flrls 11 and 12 Michelle Heller; Boys 11 and 12 Scott Dorsch; Girls 13 and 14 Greta Saloman; Boys 13 and 14 Tim Pratt; Senior Girls - Cathy Penewitt; Senior Boys • Paul Penewitt. Chipola Gets Century Star MARIANNA - Nat Showalter, Century High standout, has signed a full scholarship in baseball to play for the Chipola Indians next season. Showalter had a stellar season for Century last year as he made all-state, North all-star, and all-conferen.ee, while hitting .507. Showalter also played basketball and football, where he played quarterback, letterrlng In those sports for four years. He has scholarship offers In two sports but chose baseball as his favorite. Mississippi State and Alabama offered him scholarships in football, while Vanderbilt, Pensacola Junior College, and Virginia Tech offered him scholarships in baseball along with Chipola. He plans to follow a general plan of study. STAKES WINNER—Racing Secretary John Williamson presents tne trophy for the 1974 Ebro King and Queen Stakes to Fred Baldwin, trainer for the E.J. Alder* son Kennel after Lady Kimberly romped to victory. Others are Presiding Judge' Harry Hess and General Manager Stockton Hess. The groom is Dewain Cook. Lady Kimberly Wins Stakes Lady Kimberly earned trainer Fred Baldwin of the E.J. Alderson Kennel his second trophy of the season as she easily won the 1974 Ebro King and Queen Stakes. The Red Fawn female won her second race In a row and her fifth of the season as she jumped out of the eight box and was never headed. She outgunned Gorgeous Nora of the Midnight Blue Kennel to the first turn arid led by two lengths down the backstretch. The' fast-closing Inaha Red of the Jacob Watson Kennel caught Gorgeous Nora in the late stretch to take second place honors, but could not challenge Lady Kimberly as she Increased her lead to five lengths at the finish. Lady Kimberly paid $12.60 to win, and combined with Inaha Red (the first round King winner) for a 1-8 qulnela that paid $28.00. The finals race was much like the two first round elimination races. A break jam cost greyhounds tnthe middle of the pack virtually all chance In the race. Geronimo broke wide from the two box and shut off Vlllan Kim, Yvette, and the heavy pre-race favorite Skeen'8 Express. After rushing up from a poor start, Country Tango stumbled off Villa Kim at the first turn and raced evenly aftJf> that. In the eliminations the same fate befell J's Goodie arid With Heart when they were bumped early In the Queen's race. Tampa Laddie and Uncle Bob bumped each other at almost every stride In the King's race, and cost each other any chance to make the final. i • III RADIAL TYPE TREAD RETREADS WHITEWALLS RADIAL TREAD SIZE PRICE FET A78xl3 $10.95 .35 C78xl4 S 10.95 .35 E78xl4 810.95 .35 F78xl4 $10.95 .46 G78xl4 $12.95 .51 H78xl4 $12.95 .55 G78xl5 $12.95 .51 H78xl5 $12.95 .55 J78xl5 $13.95 .59 L78xl5 $13.95 .62 RECAPAJ Polyester Cord Tire Special WHITE WALL > 'If Now owning a Florida beach home is a luxury you can afford. 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