Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida on July 1, 1974 · Page 12
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NEWS-HEllALD, PwiimA Gily, fit., KtomlAy, J«ly 1, m Page 11 Hickory Hammock Is Church Winner MGFATTER SWATS ONE — Harold McFatter, Panama City Traders, belts one as Corry catcher Bruce Hall waits In vain for the ball. Pensacola Mets won the fast pitch Softball tournament at Lynn Haven, four games, to one, while EgUn was 3-2. the Mets and Corry 2-2 each and Panama City Citizens 0-4. Royal KANSAS CITY (UP!) - Pinch-hitter Buck Martinez lined a one-out single up the middle in the ninth inning Sunday, lifting the Kansas City Royals to an 8-7 victory over the Oakland A's. Consecutive singles by Amos Otis, Hal McRae and Fran Healy loaded the bases to start the ninth. Pinch-hitter Richie Scheinblum drew a walk from loser Darold Knowles, 2-2, forcing in Otis with the tying run. 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If Hunter Flniera Undbtad Odom Knowlea I Pltzmorrta Patttn Bird Mlngort 3 Garber W FItimorrU Flngen pitched to Pattin pitched to Minfori pitched to OCdom pitched to 1 batter In 9lh. WP.FItanorrta. T-3:20. A-32 .a »4. 2-2 1-2 pitched 524 0 024 m w 1 514 2 0 24 to 3 batten 3 batten 2 batten 2 batten r er bb 4 3 0 0 1 1 1 2 1 1 0 0 In In In In 2nd: 6th: Tth; 9th; winning hit, which trickled off Knowles' glove and went into centerfield. Bert Campaneris scored his third run of the game on a ground ball by Reggie Jackson in the ninth inning giving the As 7-6 lead. Campaneris started the ninth with his fourth single of the game and raced to third on Sal Bando's single. Jackson hit a weak grounder to first, allowing Campaneris to score. Fred Patek singled in the seventh, went to third on a single by Frank White and scored on Amos Otis' sacrrif Ice fly, tying the game at 6-6. The A's grabbed a 6-5 lead in the seventh on a run-scoring single by Campaneris and an RBI double by Sal Bando. The Royals scored five runs in the sixth. Tony Solaita and George Brett opened the inning with singles. With two out, Otis dropped a two-run triple down the rightfield line and Hal McRae followed with a double. Fran Healy walked and Vada Plnson reached first on an error, loading the bases. Betsy Gets Ace MONTREAL (UPI) - Betsy CuUen, one of the most consistent finishers on the Ladies Professional Golf Association tour, aced the 19()yard fourth hole in the final round of the $60,000 Peter Jackson Ladies Classic Sunday. Tournament officials said Miss Cullen, 35, would receive a $1,000 check for making the first hole-ln-one of the tournament. ANAHEIM (UPI) - Cesar Tovar collected three hits, Including a two-run single that climaxed Texas' six-run outburst in the fifth Inning, Sunday when the Rangers routed the California Angels, 9-2. Texas smacked 14 hits off loser Bin Stoneman and his four successors to send the Angels down to their 20th defeat in their last 28 outings. That means that California will be in the cellar when new manager Dick Williams arrives Monday to take charge against his former club, the world champion Oakland A's. Texaa (MHanla abrhM Tuvar cf 4 13 2 Rivera cf Uovltto ct 1 0 0 0 Uenu tf Nelaon 2b 5 110 Chalk la Handle It 5 111 Valentine m Burrofha rt 4 12 1 Doherly lb Harrove lb 4 2 2 1 Sanda dh Spencer dh 4 12 1 Uhoud U rrcfoat 3b 3 0 0 1 Stanton cf LBrawn 3b 2 010 Oliver 3b Harrah aa 3 111 Doyle 2b Cardenaa aa 1 0 0 0 Rodriguei c Sundberg c 3 0 11 Stonenuui p BIbby p 0 0 0 0 Lockwood p Foucault p 0 0 0 0 Cumbrind p FIguetoa p Razlano p Hickory Hammock Baptist of Milton relying on defensive plays, swept through the church Southeastern slow pitch softball tournament with a 6-0 record In the three-day, 32-team event at Oakland Terrace Park. The win In the finals was an easy 10-3 victory over Myrtle Grove Baptist of Pensacola as first baseman Frank Melvln, voted the most valuable player, hit a home run along with Pat McLellan, Carl Tolbert and BUI Evans, with McLelland adding Sharks Lose DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (UPI) — Veteran quarterback George Mira led tha Birmingham Americans to an easy 31-11 victory over the Jacksonville Sharks Saturday night before 4,700 fans at Memorial Stadium. The game was billed as a charity scrimmage between the two World Football League teams. Birmingham scored first on an eight-yard touchdown pass from Mira to running back Paul Robinson in the first period. Running back Carl Bartles then scored on a nine-yard run in the second period and linebacker Ronald Foxx recovered a blocked field goal attempt and ran back 63 yards for another Birmingham touchdown before the half. two singles. catcher, forcing a dropped ball. But Hickory Hammock had a Huffman Baptist of BIr- couple of close ones to make It mlngham eliminated St. to the finals in the Mary's, 10-4, at the same time, double-elimination tourney. then was ousted by Myrtle The lively Milton outfit won Grove, 8-5. It was the Myrtle by 5-4 In bottom of the eighth Grove team's second surprise Inning 6ver defending champion St. Mary's Catholic of Pensacola late Saturday night when Frank Bohannon, Jimmy Rhlnehart and pinch hitter Billy Evans came through with successive singles after two outs, then taking a 6-5 triumph over Myrtle Grove early Sunday afternoon when Melvln singled with two outs In the bottom of the seventh and circled the bases on an error. He was out at the plate, but bowled over the tied for Nazarene Suggs Takes Feature Race Tom Galbralth had the fastest time trials but encountered car trouble and did not compete In the feature stock car race Saturday night at Gulf Coast Speedway at Lynn Haven. Buford Suggs won the feature. A number of modified cars are expected from Pensacola for next Saturday night's races. Last Saturday's results: Feature-Buford Suggs, Dwalne Newton, Bill Comer, Bobby Hatcher, Glynn GulUard, Bobby Williams; A heat-Suggs, Comer, Floyd Nelson, Newton; 00 0 0 B heat-Pappy Powell, Williams, «ooo Hatcher, GulUard; black 0 00 0 flag-Suggs, Comer, Williams; abrhM 2 0 00 2 00 0 3010 2010 5010 4 100 3 120 4011 4 0 3 0 4 0 11 4 0 0 0 OOOO TeUta True CMUaeaU E-Nelaon. 1. CallfomU IL 2B-Harrah, "*'•! consolation-Hatcher, Guillard, » f 14 9 TMala Mtmit^t Nelson. Mike Hawkins. Sundberg, LBrown. DP-Texai 2. IJOB-Texaa 7. CalltomU BIbby W Foucault Stoneman Lockwood Cumberland Flgueroa Ratiano Uhoud, Doherty. SBOulk. Ip b r er bb 2 2 11-10 L 1-8 624 214 4 0 14 3 24 1 Astros Split With Padres Stoneman pitched to two batten In 5th; Lockwood pitched to two batten In 5th. HBP-by Stoneman (Hargrove). WP4toneman. PB-Rodriguex. T-2:S0. A- COGOu EACH FRIDAY, SATURDAY AND SUNDAY FROM 10 am 'fil 4 pm SAN DIEGO (UPI) - Horace Clarke walked with one out and the bases loaded in the Uth inning Sunday to force in Nate Colbert as the San Diego Padres nipped Houston 6-5 to gain a split after the Astros won the opener 3-1. Dave Tomlin, fourth San Diego pitcher who entered the game in the 10th, picked up the win—his second without a loss. Jerry Johnson, the fifth Houston pitcher, was the loser. Carole Jo Wins Jackson MONTREAL (U^I)-Carole Jo Skala dropped a 25-foot putt for an eagle on the 460-yard eighth hole and went on to win the $60,000 Peter Jackson Ladles Classic Sunday with an amazing U-undcr-par 208 for the 54-hole tournament. The 35-year-old Mrs. Skala from Shingle Springs, Calif., went Into the final round with a one stroke lead and toured the 6,345-yard Candlac golf course ' with a four-under-par 69 for the final 18 holes for the $12,000 winner's purse. Mrs. Skala, who last won a Ladies Professional Go\t Association tournament last year in Philadelphia, finished three strokes ahead of second place JoAnne Camer, 35, of Lakewor- th, Fla., winner of three of the last six LPGA tournaments. Miss Camer was only one stroke behind Mrs. Skala going into the final round but she double bogeyed the first hole and never recovered. She had rounds of 71, 69, 71 for a 211 total. "I was hitting the ball extremely well, it was solid and straight all afternoon," Mrs. Skala said. "The 25-foot putt for the eagle on the eighth gave me a tremendous lift. "But an 11 under par, I don't know how I did it. "I was not nervous at any point and Pepper (her caddy) did a tremendous job. He was worth at least three or four shots." Judy Kimball of Sioux City, Iowa, who was tied with Miss Corner in second place after the first 36 holes, had an off day Sunday and took six bogeys to finish in sixth place with a 54-hole total of 218 on rounds of 68,72 and 78. Donna Caponl Young, 29, of Woodland Hills, Calif., went into the final round two strokes off the pace but was one over par 74 In the final round for a third place finish of 215. win over the home-run hitting Birmingham team, the earlier decision coming by 12-8 late Saturday night. ' Church of CJod of Prophecy finished the highest of any Panama City team — tied for fifth. Church of GoA won by 18-15 over First Baptist of Opellka, Ala., late Saturday night, then went down to an 18*1 defeat to Huffman. First Christian of Pensacola fifth while United of Opellka tied for seventh. Chris Bush rapped a triple, double and single in Church of (jdd's win over Opellka while Jim White and James Milllrons each had a double and two singles and Gene Worley a triple and two singles. Standings HUSTLER — Winston Harris of St. Andrew Assembly is safe at third as Milton's third baseman Phil Jones waits for the ball in the church softball tournament that ended here Sunday. Gridders Strike A«ertcMi By VMti w, 1. pet (t .b. Boaton 41 32 .562 Cleveland 38 34 .528 Baltimore 38 34 .528 Detroit 38 36 .514 3Vi Milwaukee 36 35 .507 4 New York 35 39 .473 6% Weal 6% w. 1. fd. Oakland 41 35 .539 Kanaaa City 37 36 .507 i<A Texaa 39 38 .506 i'A Chicago 36 36 .500 3 MInneaou 33 43 ,432 8 CalKomla 32 46 .410 10 WASHINGTON (UPI) - National Football League players, superstars and taxi squadders included, went on strike against the owners Monday with the battle slogan, "No Freedom, No Football." The fourth major league sports strike in four years formally began Sunday night at midnight. The first NFL Players Association pickets will be posted Wednesday in San Diego receive a regular game salary for the Chicago contest,'which would run to about.$7,00p for a player in the $100,000 -a-year bracket. Normal exhibition game pay Is only a couple of hundred dollars. Preston Pearson, spokesman for the Pittsburgh Steeiers veterans, reported: "Wehavis the majority of the players supporting, the strike. We're: prepared to strike. Every Salirtay 'a Rearila Boaton 12 Oeveland 2 Chicago 4 MInneaou 3 Milwaukee 9 Detroit 0 Baltimore 2 New York 0, night Kanaaa City 2 Oakland 0, night CalUomla 8 Texaa 3. night Saday'e IcMHa aeveland 9 Boaton 2 Chicago 8 MInneaou 3. lat MInneaota 6 Chicago 3, 2nd Milwaukee 4 Detroit 1. lat Detroit 3 Milwaukee 2, 2nd Baltimore 3 New York 0 Kanaaa City 8 Oakland 7 Texu 9 Calltomla 2 when Charger rookies are to player Is well informed on what report to the league's first pre- we have to do to carry on strike. •y UMed Pma latiiaalliaal il 8 «i Uifa tad gaaw aat St. Loula Montreal Philadelphia PIttaburgh Chicago New York Loa Angelea Ondnnatl Atlanu Houaton San Frandaco San Diego w. 1. ret- 40 34 .Ml 35 33 Jil5 3 J8 »T Ml 2V4 32 40 .444 T 30 41 .423 »\i M 44 .405 10 - w. L ret gA. 52 24 .684 44 31 J«7 714 42 35 .545 UM 38 38 JOO 14 34 45 .430 1914 34 47 .420 21 Bafday-a New York 4 St. Uxda 0 LM Angelea 6 San Frandaco 4 Chicago 2 Montreal 1, night Pituburgh 6 PhiladelpWa 3, night Cincinnati 2 AtlanU 1. night Houaton 3 San Diego 0. twilight ftMhy-a Rearila St. LouU 5 New York 2. lat St. Louia 5 New York 3. 2nd Montreal 10 OUcago 2 Pituburgh 11 PhlUdelphU 8, lat Pituburgh 3 PhUaddiMa 2. 2nd AtUnU 7 Cincinnati 3 Loa Angelea 5 San Frandaco 3 Houaton 3 San Diego 1. lat Houaton at San Diego, 2nd P.O. Box 9480 Panama Cify Beach Florido 32401 234-6663 On US 98 '/a mile West of 79 Or on Bock Beach Rd. '30-A.' John Lucas is the new tennis pro at Horizon South Come out and meet John, offend the clinics on our nevy/ tennis courts and get great pointers and tips. He'll improve your backhand and show you how to deliver a smashing serve. While at the clinic, enjoy refreshments in the beautiful new Clubhouse and Information Center and visit the beautifully furnished 1,2&3 bedroom models. from $21,114 All amenities are here to assure your tfcirefrfee living. ' JULY 4TH SPECIAL GOOD THRU FRIDAY JULY Horizi DELUXE ENAMEL Any single original color baked to a show room finish. 1 year written guarantee. season camp. Ed Garvey, executive director of the players' union, said the strike shaped up as a long one and added: "I'm confident we can hold out until a new collective bargaining agreement is signed." Garvey suggested the owners seem embarked on a course of "unlon-bustlng." "There won't be any neutrals this time," he declared Only one major player, linebacker Mike Curtis of the Baltimore Colts, openly has vowed to cross the picket lines but player representatives from the 26 teams reported support of the strike action was almost unanimous. The second NFL players' strike since 1970—baseball also has had two strikes in that time, one by umpires and the other by players — threatened to derail the exhibition schedule starting with the college all-star game against the Super Bowl champion Miami E)olphlns in Chicago July 26. Miami player representative Doug Swift conferred personally with Ed Garvey, executive director of the players' union, earlier In the week and reported the Dolphins veterans would boycott their camp. He also said a majority of the team has agreed that the traditional college all-star game should not be played If the strike persists, although wide receiver Howard Twilley has advocated playing the game. Unlike the rest of the exhibition games, the Dolphins APCINATIMB TWoToNES, STATION WAGONS AND TRUCKS StICHTLY HIGHER. QUE PAY SERVICE I EXPERT BODY AND FENDER REPAIRS • FREE ESTIMATES • TOTAL PRICE GIVINBIFORI VyQ?iKliSTARTID •ABSOLUTELY NO UPS HERE EGONO AUTO BAKE SYSTEMS "The unique Residential-Resort Community on the Gulf" 740 WEST 19TH STREET PHONE 163 -99ie rail SMITH We've been in tough with rookies by letter and intend to contract them by phone. We don't want rookies to go to camp. We don't want anyone to go to camp.. When we say strike, we mean strike." Tom Dempsey of the Philadelphia Eagles said support of the strike among his teammates is "solid, very solid. We won't have any veterans going in." Brig Owens of the Washington: Redskins reported that about 20 veterans who have been working out individually at the team's practice facilities are switching to a college fieldhouse beginning Monday because of the strike. Steve Tannen, an alternate player rep for the New York' Jets, questioned Twllley's advocacy that the Dolphins play the all-star game. "Maybe some of the Dolphins: will have to give up some: money," he conunented. "but; they've been to the Super Bowl three straight years and what > more do they want? I think- Howard ought to re-examine his ; values." Dodgers Gain Fifth In Row SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) Bill Buckner's two-run eighth- inning homer snapped a 3-3 tie Sunday and carried the Los Angeles Dodgers to their fifth straight victory, 5-3, over the San Francisco Giants. The triumph, combined with Cincinnati's loss to Atlanta, widened the Dodger lead In the National League to 71-2 games. Mike Marshall, appearing In Los Angeles' Uth straight game, pitched two shutout relief Innings to preserve Andy Messersmlth's eighth victory In f decisions. It was Marshall's 51st appearance of the season in his team's 76th game. He also extended his own major league mark with his Uth straight appearance. THE FUHY OF THE WEATHER ofl at The weather is a topic leveryday conversation, and times, the weather can be disastrous to people. The fury of the weather is a frlghteningl thing. Approximately 70,000 persons were reported killed by cyclone which ravished parts of India in 1864. An even worse disaster oc curr^d when a cyclone whipped up a tidal wave in 1882. which [struck India. It was estimated that approximately 100,000 per sons lost their lives as the result! the combination cyclone tidal wave. We'rt' Yibt stormy at -our place of business, but wc do work like a cyclone to give our Icustomers the very best possi- Ible service. Let us work for |you. SMITH'S Panama City Pharmacy llMHAMISON PANAIMA CITY, flOIWA 324M Swim Records In Jeopardy SANTA CLARA, Calif. (UPI) — Meet records for both the women's and men's 1,500-meter reestyle appeared in jeopardy Sunday as the Santa Clara nternatlonal Swimming Championships drew to a close. Karen Hazen of Arden Hills, Calif., headed a field of nine women swimmers In the event with a year's best time, of 17:01.4, which Is 14.2 seconds better than the old mark of 17:15.67 set la?t year by Olympian Jo Harshb^rger. Miss Harshberger had the third best clocking at 17; 15.5. In the nnen's 1.500, Rick Demont, a disappointment thus far In the meet, has the year's best time of 16:08.0 to top his own record of 16:08.83. Mike Bruner of Deanza. Calif., already a double winner here, also has.be^ered De* mont's meet mark with a ,16:08.5 clocking.

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