Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida on July 1, 1974 · Page 13
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Monday, July 1, 1974
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Rutherford Captures Pocono500 fiTAGGED OUT — Caught in the act of trying to steal, second base in the 1st P inning of the game Indian first baseman John Lowenstein is tagged out by §1 Boston shortstop Mario Guerrero. Umpire Marty Springstead watches the action. (ByUPI) Indians Rout Bosox^ 9-2 CLEVELAND (UPl) George Hendrick drove In four runs and Steve Arlln tossed a >lx-hitter Sunday, pitching his ^•flrst complete game in the ;^merlcan League, to spark the Cleveland Indians to a 9-2 vie- |tory over the Boston Red Sox. ^ Hendrick, who now has ^knocked In 15 runs and hit .418 |in his last 12 games, capped a :four-run second Inning with a ,:ihree-run homer •krkM 50tl 5 0 00 4 2 3 1 2 100 1110 1 j 10 4 2 11 4124 1100 4011 0 000 Tigers Split NBmtquttct NEvMMri -^YMmmkli iPMroMlU lb ^Cgopar lb .iPbhp •brhU 4 u 1 Ml ab 4 01 0 Brahtmr 2. 4 011 UMfCMtn lb 4000 Sptknri 4 000 lYMTMrt 4 0 0 0 Gwibit dh 5 11 0 LM U . 1010 Htndrickcf. 10 10 Duncul c 0000 DultyM 0000 ArUnp 0000 t| &Oaop*r. McAulUtt. ;C)iv*laiid 1 ^ 2B.U*. m-HcndiIck HIUI «im«i-t Mimib -I LOB-BoMon 4, (11), Uiwniitein DETROIT (UPI) - Jim Northrup hit a two-run homer and Lerrln LaGrow struck out a season high of 10 batters to give the Detroit Tigers a 3-2 victory Sunday after the Milwaukee Brewers had taken the.first game of the doubleheader, 4-1, on Charlie Moore's two-run double In the sixth. Northrup's fourth homer of the season gave Detroit a 2-0 lead after Ben Ogllvie walked with two out In the first off loser JlmSlaton. John Brlggs extended his hitting streak to 11 games with a run-scoring single In the third but designated hitter Gates Brown countered that with a run-scoring single In Detroit's third. Bob Mitchell led off the fourth with his fourth homer of the season but LaGrow started his MT. PCXX)NO, Pa. (UPI) Johnny Rutherford, getting a break when leader Wally Dalienbach blew an.engine on the 189th lap, added the Pocono 500 mller to his Indianapolis triumph Sunday with a late rally that put him a full lap in front of Jimmy Caruthers at the end of the 200 lap event. Rutherford, trailing Dalien­ bach by five seconds when Waily suddenly pulled Into the pits, shook his head and got out of the car. Rutherford and Dalienbach had been the only cars on the same lap for the last 20 laps. the victory was Rutherford's third in a row on the USAC championship trail. The 36-year old Fort Worth, Texas, driver sandwiched Indy and Pocono with a victory In the Rex May at Milwaukee. Chris Evert, Connors Shine WIMBLEDON, England (UPI) — America's tennis sweethearts, Jimmy Connors and Chris Evert, saved the strikeout pitch working as the ^'"'''•^'^o" championships shadows crept toward the 'rom total disaster after the mound and did not allow a run wettest first week in 50 years thereafter. He Is now 6-7. which saw the players spend Woody Fryman carried a no- more time In the locker rooms hitter Into the sixth Inning of the than on the courts, first game but lost that and the Connors, the joint U.S. No. 1 game when Brlggs singled with ^om Belleville, 111., played a one out to Ignite a threerun dramatic five-setter with rally. Fryman walked Gteorge Australia's Phil Dent, the man Scott and gave up a he defeated in the Australian bases-loaded single to Deron finals last January, while Johnson before Mitchell and poker-faced Chris, of Ft. Moore brought the three runs In Lauderdale, Fla., was taken to with a,sacrifice fly and double, an 11-9 third set before she got Reliever Jim Ray wlldpltched by Lesley Hunt of Australia, home the other run in the seven- Otherwise the rain dominated th. all conversation, despite the Ed Sprague raised his record presence of the strongest men's to 5-1 by allowing only seven field for three years, hits In 7 1-3 innings and Tom The long-suffering British Murphy got Norm Cash to hit fans, paying an $8 top, were into the fourth Detroit double shortchanged In the quality of play game and then he blanked P'ay they did see. Not one seed Steve Krislloff finished third, Gordon Johncock, the 1973 Indy winner, was fourth and Bobby Unser, who ted most of the race until he ran Into fuel problems, was fifth. Fourteeen of the 33 starters finished the race, skillful Bobby blocked the Texan's bid. Both Rutherford and Dallen- Ibach pitted on the 182nd lap for ifuel and Wally's crew got him out four seconds faster to open a A crowd of 75,000 watched at Nocono International Raceway as Unser, the pole position win­ ner, and Mario Andrettl traded command for most of the first 250 miles. Andrettl, however. nine second lead with 11 laps to go But Dalienbach then fan into Caruthers by 19,1 seconds. The Texan earned about $95,000 for the victory. brushed the wall going Into turn unexpected mechanical Rutherford now goes to one on the 133rd lap and his car problems and Rutherford was Daytona Beach, Fla., for the was too badly damaged to con- home free if he could stay out of Jujy 4th Firecracker 400, He tlnue, the trouble over the last 11 laps, will appear at Watklns Glen, Unser then waged a battle Rutherford averaged 156.701 NiY„ on July 13 and 14 for a with Dalienbach, the cars only miles an hour as he beat Formula 5000 race, ™"f ^5 *«)nd8 apart from the • : —— ' « 125th to the 140th lap. Rutherford than made his first bid after laying back in the pack. He stayed on the tail of Unser's white and black eagle, but couldn't gain ground as •voiMw»aMor*MemeA ,iN0 ,*6isT(«iiuro »»uaat»tte ^ MTUL PRIOK ON SftMTtB Kaiti »T PAHTICIPATINO bEALCHS, OffM W\nU JUIVJI.. Weisl^opf Blows, Watson Comes In CHICAGO (UPI)—Tom Wat- under par. But he went over par son, shooting the best round of on the 10th hole, the 12th and the •» b : WIM L 14 s s tCtavtUnd 2 2 :P<i» 1 3 : ArUn W M 9 6 V KBP-By Win (SptkM). WP-Ariln. T-liM. A-14,»74. r rr bb S S 0 1 I 1 3 0 1 2 2 0 MUmMkM Yankees Stopped J BALTIMORE (UPI) -Southpaw Mike Cuellar's shutout pit- ichlng stopped the New York .: Yankees, 3-0, Sunday while teammates Bobby Grich, Tommy Davis and Boog Powell knocked In the runs for the Baltimore Orioles. Cuellar, 104, earned the 28th shutout of his career by stopping the Yankees on six hits. It iwas Cuellar's ninth complete .game and third shutout this V season as New York dropped Its ; fourth straight game. Grich's sacrifice fly and a : run-scoring single by Davis ; accounted for a two-run third ; Inning off loser Rudy May. : Powell's slxth-lnnlng single °: drove in an insurance run. Jim Fuller reached base In the third Inning on an error by third baseman Bill Sudakis. > Paul Blair doubled off the right field wall and Fuller scored on Grich's sacrifice fly. Davis' X single scored Blair from i second. i In the sixth Inning, Don t Baylor walked, took second on a ; balk and went to third on a P groundout and scored on K Powell's bloop single to center. Money 3b Berry cf Brl|g«U Scott lb DJohnion dh Mitchell r< Coluccio rt Moore cC Yount u Vukovlch 3b Hinien ph TJohnton 2b Sprague p Murphy p DrtraM E-BrlnktiMn, Milwaukee 4, 8, Detroit 8. 2B-K«Une. Moon, SF-Mltchell. •brhM . 4110 Knox 2b 4 0 0 0 Rodrlgux 3b 4 110 Kallne dh 110 0 Horlon U 3 110 Northrup rt 2 0 0 1 Cuh lb 1 0 1 6 Stanley c( 3 0 12 Lamont c 4000 Brown ph 3 0 0 0 Brinkman n 1 0 0 0 0(llvle ph 0 0 0 0 Frynvui p 0 0 0 0 Ray p 0 000 M4SI IWal* •brhM 4 00 0 4 0 10 3120 3010 3010 3000 the Tigers In the ninth to record his seventh save. Royal Winner To Get Bonus The winner of the U-man battle royal that features Thursday night's wrestling card at Raln- fell in either singles division, now down to the last 32, and few matches went the distance. Tournament referee Mike Gibson, with a backlog of 180 matches by Saturday, took the unprecedented step of ordering play to commence two hours earlier than the normal 2:00 p.m. start Saturday and Mon- 1 ? J 9 bow Garden will receive a $400 day In an effort to catch up with 3 0 0 0 1000 30 10 1000 0000 0 00 0 It no Yount. Detroit 1. mMIM »-4 «tll««»-l Sprague. DP- LOB-Mllwaukee Money. SBColucdo. r er bb 1 0 4 0 0 0 4 4 6 0 0 w * b Sprague W S-l TU T Murphy 12-3 0 Frynun L U 614 4 Ray 22- 2. Suve-Murphy (7). WP-Ray. T-2:23. Fans Angry FRANKFURT. (Sermany (UPI) — It was a European version of the famous "Heidi" game. Hundreds of Infuriated soccer fans in north Ckrmany and West Berlin Sunday swamped the switchboard of the ZDF television network with calls because for six minutes they watched excerpts from the Brazil vs. Argentina World Cup match Instead of the West German team's victorious game against Sweden. A TV spokesman said the mlxup was caused by somebody throwing the wrong switch. bonus. The grapplers are the Mighty Yankee, Greg Lake, the Green Hornets, Ken Lucas, Dick Dunn, Mike Boyette, Duke Miller, Rock Riddle, Ricky Fields and Wrestling Pro No. Two. There will also be four other matches on the July 4 card, starting at 8:15 p.m. the program. "If It remains clear during the second week, we'll be able to make it," Gibson said, "But It will be hard on the players.'! Billie Jean King, the even money favorite to win her sixth singles crown, could be Involved in 16 matches during the next six days if she reaches all her three finals. the day at two-under-par backed into the $40,000 first prize In the Western Open Sunday when frontrunnlng Tom Welskopf bogeyed the 17th hole and double bogeyed the final green. Watson, a 24-year-old who never before had won a PGA tour event, made up eight strokes on Welskopf on the last round and passed J.C. Snead en route to victor;^' in the $200,000 event on the 7,002-yard, par 71 Butler National Golf Club. Watson finished with 287, three over par. It was the third straight week in which the tournament winner has been over par, Hale Irwin seven over In the National Open and Jim Colbert one over before winning a playoff in the American Golf Classic. Welskopf, who had two rounds of par and one sub-par round of 70 heading into the final 18 holes, slipped to a 77 for a 289 total and tied Snead for runner-up honors. Snead, who charged Into second place with a third round 71, had a 72 Sunday. Watson started his bid to win on the first nine when he posted consecutive birdies on the fifth and sixth holes and reached the turn in 34, two under par. On the back nine, he had two birdies and two bogeys and was three over par after the bogey five on the 16th hole. But he parred in to put the pressure on Welskopf. Weiskopf, starting the day as the only player in the field under par, bogeyed twice on the first nine and blrdled twice to begin his final nine holes one 13th to go two over par and hold a one-stroke lead on Watson at that point. Watson was the leader in the U.S. Open after three rounds this year and fnlshed in a fifth place tie. Hale Irwin, the National Open champion, finished at 293. TOffl WatMA, 140.000 J. C. Snead, 18,900 Tom Welakopf, U,9ao Hale Irwin, •,4D0 Gene Littler, «,» Urry Neleoh, 6,«2S Arnold Palmer, «,91S butch Baird, «,» Jim Wiechert, S,400 Gary McCord, 4,400 Al (kibcrger, 4,400 Charlee SIttord, 4,400 Boy Pace, 4,400 Brace Crampion, 3,400 Jim Colbert, 3,400 Tom Kite, 3,400 John Schtce, 2,411 Andy North, 2,411 Bobby Mitchell, 2,4U Urry HInaon, 2,411 Joe Porter, 2,4n Chuck Courtney, 3,4U Frank Beard, 2,4U Uc Trevino, 1,640 Jim Ferriell, 1,640 Ed Soced, 1,640 Kennit Zarley, 1,640 Oeorgc Johnton, 1,430 Gay Brewer, 1,420 Rik Muaengale, 1,430 Dave Stockton. 1,186 Wally Annitrong, 1,186 Bob Allard, 1,186 Mike McCullough, 1,186 Gary Sandert, 1,186 Gary Groh, 881 Bob E. Smith, 881 Dale Douglaif, 881 Tom Evani, HI Mike Wynn, 160 Joe Inman Jr., 780 Jim Jamleeon, 760 Hod Curl, 760 David Gleni, 760 Eddie Peace, 760 Bob Sender. S6& Jcnv McGee, S6S Miller Barber, 965 Bob Dickton, S6& Bob Coalby, 480 Homero Blancai, 480 Ben Kent, 480 George Archer, 480 Urry Wlae, 480 John Utter, 429 72.71-75«-2S7 75.71.71-72-289 71.70.71-77-289 71.75-75-72-293 73-71.79-71-294 79.70-74-71-284 74-72-74-74~2M 76.70-73-75-294 73-77-73-72-29S 70.74.76-76-296 71-7140-74-296 74-7».72-74-296' 79-73-76-72-296 76-72-75-74-297 77-70.75-79-2J7 7i.71-74-77-2»J 75-76-76-71-298 74-78-74.42-298 73-70«K79-298 75-72-74-77-298 7V75-71-77-298 73-71.7S-79-298 70-75-7340-298 74-72-81-72-299 78-75-71-75-299 75-75-71-76-299 76-71-75-77-299 72-7441-73-300 73-7^79•76-100 71-74-78-77-300 78-75-78-7O-301 76-73-78-74-301 75-72-79-75-301 75-77-7J-76-301 71-72-79-79-301 71-7841-72-302 76.75-7»-72-30J 82-71-76-73-302 764743-76-302 78.7441-70-303 74-79:75-75-303 74-76-77-76-303 77-71.78-TJ-303 75-74-75-79-303 71-76-7442-303 75-7740-72-304 75-7344-72-304 754945-75-304 76-73-78-77-304 7M040-75-305 79-71-79-77-305 75-73-78-79-305 76-76-7340-305 7449-7943-305 74-7741-74-306. 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West Germany trailed Sweden for 49 minutes in a fastpaced, rain-soaked match in Dusseldorf after Ralf Edstroem had volleyed in a 26th minute shot against the run of play. ••••••••••••••••••••••••• : DOWNTOWN THEATRE ] : 220 HARRISON : : P.H. 7S5-8331 : Ftaturss 4:30.7:00-9:30 JULY4'" TIRE A78 13 I per t ire ymmmm ^ CHINESE :lc CMC. flic ,nl COOfUWCQ THE EXORCIST Wolfgang Overath and Rainer Bonhof put West Germany back on top with two goals in two minutes at the start of the second half only for Roland Sandberg to equalize at the other end a minute later. Substitute Juergen Grabowskl put the West Germans ahead again in the 79th minute and Ull Hoeness made it 4-2 from the penalty spot with a minute left In the game. Only a dazzling performance by Swedish goalkeeper Ronnie Hellstroem kept the West German forwards from scoring more goals. The home team, roared on by a 67,000 crowd in the Rhein stadium, dominated midfleld but always looked fragile against the fast-breaking Swedish forwards, Poland looked less impressive In Its 2-1 win in Frankfurt, paced by a penalty goal from Kazimierz Deyna and a header from Grzegorz Lato which made him the top scorer In the tournament with six goals. Yugoslav's goal came from Stanlslav Karasl but it was not enough to stop his team's elimination from the tournament. Holland, like West Germany, had to play through a nearcon- stant drizzle In Goelsenkirchen but, although complacent at times, never looked like losers against the defenseminded East ^rmans. Johan Neeskens volleyed home the first goal after eight minutes and Robbie Rensen brlnck made it 2-0 halfway through the second half. The Dutch, clearly with an eye on Wednesday's match against Brazil, never extended themselves and were careful to avoid injuries. 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