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MINI-CAR, MINI-RACE CHAMPS - Dean Neeley (from left), Kyal Tillman, Mark Bulov, William Miller, and Fraser Thomson of TyndallCub Scout Pack 387, display their trophies, ribbons and the miniature pine wood cars that won them prizes in the recent Pine Wood Derby held in Tyndall's Hangar 5 and the area district run-offs. The boys carved the racers from blocks of pine wood, balanced, weighed and painted the autos for the 40-foot downhill, double elimination races. Expos Shatter Cubs, 10-2 MONTREAL (UPI) - lit^ tie-used utility player Mike Jorgensen sparked a four-run first inning Sunday with a two-run homer to lead the Montreal Expos to a 10-2 victory over the Chicago Cubs. Ron Fairly's three-run homer highlighted a five-run elgth Inning for the Expos and made the game a rout. Fairly wound up with four RBIs in the game while Jorgensen had three hits and scored twice besides driving in two with his homer. The Expos were trailing 1-0 with two out when Willie Davis singled and Ken Singleton doubled to tie the score at 1-1 In the first. Another single by Ron Fairly scored Singleton as Montreal went ahead 2-1. Jorgensen, playing left field In the place of Bob Bailey who was rested Sunday, hit a pitch by Steve Stone over the right field fence to put Montreal ahead 4-1. Bucs Sweep Keulnger u Morilei If WiUltmi lb Monday d Cardenal H Tyrone pr HarrU2b Madlock 3b SwUher c Stone p Fnlllng p Ward ph LaRoche p Tliomton ph Hoot on p Burrli p MMlrral nbrhU 4 0 0 0 Hunt 3b 4 111 Frtas 3b 4 111 Untz 2b 4 0 10 Davis c( 3 0 10 Singleton r1 0 0 0 0 Fairly lb 4 0 0 0 Jorgeraen If 3 0 2 0 Foole c 3 0 0 0 Foil la 1 0 0 0 Rogers p 0 0 00 1010 0 0 00 1000 0 0 00 0 0 00 n t 7 t TMal S7 li IS II !HM1M»- 2 4N IN H>- II 1, Montreal 2. LOB-Chirago abrkM 4 130 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 2 2 11 5 2 3 2 4 2 2 4 5 2 3 2 SO 1 1 SOOO 4 120 PITTSBURGH (UPI) - Richie Zisk's two-run eighth inning homer lifted the Pittsburgh Pirates to a come-from- behlnd 3-2 victory over the Philadelphia Phillies Sunday in a sweep of a doubleheader and their 12th straight win at home. The Pirates won the first game 11-8, surviving a seven run ninth Inning explosion by the Phillies as Ken Brett notched his 10th win against four losses. • The Pirates trailed 2-0 moving into the eighth when Al Oliver doubled, Dave Parker tripled off the centerfield wall and Zlsk slammed his eighth homer over the leftfleld wall, sending Ron Schueler to his ninth defeat in 13 decisions. Bruce Kison picked up the victory in relief after Dock Ellis pitched shutout ball for five Innings but pulled a leg muscle running out a double and had to leave the game. The Phillies took a 2-0 lead against reliever Ramon Hernandez In the sixth on singles by Del Unser and Mike Schmidt and a two-out, two-run double by Willie Montanez. Rich Hebner drove in two runs Including his Uth homer in the first game before the Phils scored seven runs in the ninth inning and had two runners on base when Dave Cash f lied deep ^to centerfield, ending the game. A walk, singles by Manny 'Sangulllen ari Hebner, a sacrifice, Brett.'s infield single and an error gave the Pirates a 3-0 second inning lead as they went on to kayo Steve Carlton, 9-7. Cards Roll NEW YORK (UPI) - Bake McBrlde's two-run homer in the 10th inning of the nightcap gave the St. Louis Cardinals a 5-3 triumph and a doubleheader sweep over the New York Mets Sunday after winning pitcher Alan Foster collected three singles In the 5-2 opening game victory. The New York Mets went to their clubhouse thinking they scored a 4-3 come-from-behind triumph In the ninth Inning of the nightcap. However, they had to be recalled when the umpires disagreed on Cleon Jones' two out line drive to right field. First, umpire Chris Pelekoudas had ruled that right fielder Reggie Smith had trapped the ball and Wayne Garrett scored what appeared to be the winning run. CklCM* MMilreBl DP^Chlcago 4. Montreal 10. 2B -Slngleton, Cardenal, Jorgensen. HR- WllUama (12). Jorgensen (2), Morales (10), Fairly (9). SB-Hunt. S-Hunt, LInU. h r er bb IjMi II PMtadelpkla Stone L Fralling LaRoche Hooton Burria Rogers W HBP-by 2-2 IP 32-3 1-3 2 12-3 1-3 94 Stone (Davis). T-2:33. A.13,406. Braves Win ATLANTA (UPI) - Paul Casanova singled in Mike Lum with the go-ahead run in the fifth inning to lead the Atlanta Braves to a 7-3 victory over the Cincinnati Reds Sunday. Cincinnati had built up a 3-0 lead off Carl Morton, 10-6, before Atlanta rallied for the win. With the score 3-2 in the fifth inning, Dusty Baker singled, went to second on an Infield out, and scored on a single by Lum. Fred Norman wild pitched Lum to second and Casanova followed with his runproduclng single. After a single by Craig Robinson, Morton followed with a single scoring Casanova. With reliever Tom Hall pitching, Ralph Garr walked to load the bases. Hall then walked Darrell Evans to force in a run. Cincinnati scored its three runs in the first inning with the help of three base hits. Pete Rose led off with a single to left and scored on Dan Drlessen's double. Joe Morgan singled in Driessen, went to second on a groundout and took third on a wild pitch by Morton. 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T-2:39. ted ^UM rUladelpUa ntUburgk abrkU abrkM Caah 2b 3 0 0 0 Ctlnes cf 2 0 0 0 Bowa as 3 0 0 0 Hebner 3b 4 0 1 C Unser cf 4 110 Oliver lb 4 110 Schmidt 3b 4 110 Parker rf 4 111 Mutton If 2 0 0 0 ZUk If 4 112 Brown If 2 0 0 0 Sangulllen c 4 0 2 0 Montanez lb 4 0 4 2 Stennelt 2b 4 0 2 0 Robinson rf 4 0 10 Mendoza ss 2 0 0 0 Boone c 4 0 0 0 Brett p 10 10 Schueler p 2 0 0 0 Taveraa ss 10 0 0 Taylor ph 1 0 0 0 Ellis p 10 10 Popovich ph 10 10 Hernandez p 0 0 0 0 Krkptrck ph 10 0 0 Kison p 10 0 0 Tatola SS 2 7 t To«aU S4 S II S PWIadelpkIa MNSIW-Z nuabargk M Nt Mx— S LOB-Philauelphia 7, PllUburgh 9. 2B-Hebner, Ellis, Popovich, Montanez, Oliver. 3B-Parker. HRZlsk (8). SB-Cash. S-Schueler, Clines. 7 Fosler W Hraboaky Koosman L 8-5 McGraw Save - Hrabosky McGraw. T-2:16. tad game Si. tmtU ip i 7 2 7 2 (3). r er bb 2 2 0 0 0 0 3 2 3 2 2 0 WP - Foster. LL Tourney Continues NEWS-HERALD, Panama City, Pla., Monday, Jnly I, im Page New Vaik abrkU abrkM Brock If 5 0 2 2 GGGarrelt 3b 5 0 11 Hntzlmnn 2b 4 0 10 Marthiez ss 5 0 11 Smith rf 5 0 0 0 Staub rt 4 0 2 0 Dwyer rf 0 0 0 0 Jonea If 5 0 10 Torre lb 4 0 0 0 Milner lb 4 0 0 0 Hickman lb 3 12 0 Boswell 2b 3 0 0 0 Reltz 3b 2 110 Dwyer ph 0 0 0 0 McBride cf 4 112 Schneck ph 10 0 0 McCarver c 5 0 10 Mlllan 2b 10 0 0 Tyson u 4 110 Hahn cf 4 110 Gibson p 2 0 0 1 Hodges c 4 12 1 Hrabosky p 0 0 0 0 Stone p 2 0 0 0 Carman p 1110 Kranepol ph 10 10 Folkers p 0 0 0 0 Harreison pr 0 0 0 0 Pens p 0 0 0 0 Miller p 0 0 0 0 Theodore ph 1110 McGraw p 0 0 0 0 mm Touts 4* S M s Bay County Little Major League all-star tournament continues tonight. In the West sub-dlstrlct H.L. Johnson plays Beach at 7 p.m. at the Howard Parker field and the winner meets R.L. Turner for the right to go Into the district tournament along with Mld-Clty. In the East sub-dlvlslon Fred Bishop plays Coastal today at 7 p.m. at the Springfield diamond, the winner to face Cedar Grove Tuesday for the No. 2 spot In the district tournament. Central has already won the No. 1 slot. Chisox Divide CHICAGO (UPI) - Eric Soderholm drove in three runs with his sixth homer and a bases loaded single to pace the Minnesota Twins to a 6-3 victory over Chicago Sunday after the White Sox won the opener on JImKaat'snlnehltter. Southpaw Vic Albury, 4-7 gave up seven hits In 8 2-3 innings to get the second game victory and Bill Campbell came on to strike out Tony Muser with two on In the ninth for his Uth save. The Twins pounded three pitchers including loser Rich Gossage. Tony Ollva collected three straight hits and Soderholm did the rest of the damage. The Twins scored a run In the third Inning after Steve Brye walked with one out. Rod Carew, who forced Brye on an infield out, stole second and scored on Ollva's single to left. -Soderholm's homer in the sixth inning made It 2-0. With one out In the fifth, Brye and Carew got back-to-back singles on Skip Pltlock, who replaced Gossage, who was apparently dumbfounded by Ollva who bunted out towards the mound while Brye raced back to third. Pltlock held onto the ball and Ollva was credited with a hit, filling the bases. Bobby Darwin's sacrifice fly scored Brye and Steve Braun's single scored Carew. Pltlock then hit Jim Holt to fill the bases and Soderholm singled home Ollva and Braun to cap a four-run Inning. Albury lost his shutout bid in the ninth when Pat Kelly hit a two-run double and scored on Ron Santo's double to account for Chicago's scoring. After a walk, Campbell then replaced Albury. In the opener, Kaat notched his 202nd career win and eighth win of the season In scattering nine hits. The Sox scored all the runs they needed in the first as they knocked outstarter Ray Corbln with a six-hit barrage. Corbln, •krhM abrkM 5 03 0 Sharpii 4210 4010Oi1a2b 5252 4 0 0 0 Allen lb 3 0 2 2 4100 Kaat p 1000 4000 May U 5121 4 12 0 Downing Jf 0 0 0 0 40 11 KHendran ct 4 12 1 3 12 2 Muaer lb 2 0 11 3 0 0 0 klelton 3b 4 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 Henmann c 4 0 0 0 0000 Dent a 4110 0000 0000 0000 « 111 IMala III 14 7 mmiw -s mmiu-i E-Darwin. Dent. DP-MlnneaoU 1. LOB- MlnncKKa «, <Mctf> 9. 2B-0rU 2, K.H«ndenon, Soderholm 2, Brye. 3B-Sharp, OrU. KRKualck (1). SB- Dent. SF-Kuaick. Allen. Corbln L S-1 0 4 Burimeler 12-3 4 Golti 6 6 Campbell 1-3 0 Kaat W 84 9 8 Corbln pitched to 4 batters HBP-By Burgmeler (Sharp. T.2:17. The district tournament winner win represent Bay County In state competition Tallahassee. later Good Fishing Enjoyed Here Bill Craig and Gary Cornstubble from Nashville, Tenn., had a string of snapper and squlrrelflsh on the Blue Sea with Capt. Bob Mercer. Robert, Sarah, Jeffrie and Jennie Crummer of Atlanta, Ga. were out on the Gulf Pride with Capt. Cisco Brannon and had a very nice catch of snapper, and grouper. Francis McQulnn and Pat Crosby of Phepnlx City, Ala. had two strlngs«6f snapper and trlggerflsh and Marvin Sawyer from Wewahltchka caught some real nice red snapper and grouper on the Capt. Anderson No. 6 with Capt. Johnny Anderson. Eddie and Jeff Cob from Atlanta, Ga. made a good catch of snapper and squlrrelflsh on the Judy Beth with Capt. James Vassle. John Klein Is CLEVELAND (UPI) - The Cleveland Indians placed pitcher Steve Kline on the 21-day Sublc of Delioli, Mich, and Paul and Rosanne Anderson of Memphis, Tenn. had several nice king mackerel on .the Genie with Capt. Jesse Davis. J.A. Morgan and his family vacationing here from Gadsden, Ala. caught kings ahd bonlto on the Skipper with Capt. Angle Haub. Ray and Ingeborg Boon of Blloxle, Miss, and Donna Presley and Jean Wallace of Waukegan, 111. had a nice catch of kings on the Big Daddy with Capt. Phil Lee E.G. Slappey and his wife Mattle brought In some good kings on the Sportsman with Capt. Vernon Marshall. Gary Scott and a group with Underwater Construction Co. of West Palm Beach had thlerty eight kings on the Wrangler with Capt. Larry LaNeve. Disabled disabled list Sunday and activated catcher-first, baseman John Ellis. LING CATCH — Dick Wright of Chicago, 111., brought this ling and some small snapper in on the Florida Queen out of St. Andrews Marina. Biyecf CuvK 2b HIaleU KlUebrcw dh Darwin rf Soderhlm 3b Thornpan m Kuaick lb Roolc Terrell ph CorWn p Burgmeler p Golu p Campbell p bb aa Tolaki 81. LatUs New Vark E-Hodges, MIMIIIlt-S «IMM»-S Garrett. LOB-St. Louis 9, New York 10. 2B-Jones. HR-McBride (5), Hodges (2). S-McBride. SF-GlbH>n, Schueler L 4-9 Ellis Hernandez Klaon W 3-3 WP-Schueler. T-2:09. A-25,730. 8 5 2 2 r er 3 3 bb 1 1 0 1 Gibson Hraboaky Carman Folkers Pena W M Stone Miller McGraw L 0^ WP-lbson. T-2;50. 71-3 1-3 1-3 2-3 11-3 0 2 0 0 7 52 2 3 1 1 2 2 A-40.009. r er bb 1 1 3 0 2 0 0 1 1 2 abrkM 4 0 10 4 110 3 110 3 0 0 0 30 10 1112 4 0 0 0 4 0 11 30 10 3 0 0 0 1000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 nil t • I LOB-Mlnmaola 7, Chicago 6. 2B-8liarp. Allen. Kelly. Santo. HR- Soderholm (6), SB<:arew. SF-Oarwtn. Ip Brye ct Carcw2b Terrell 3b Ollva dh Darwin rt Braun If Holt lb Soderhlm 3b Borgmann c Gomez aa Albury p Campbell p Tstals •brfeM 4 110 Richard dh 52 10 Ona2b 0 0 0 0 AUen lb 5 13 1 KHendran cf 4 0 0 1 May U 4 111 KeUy U 3 0 10 Dowiilng c 4 0 3 3 Santo 3b 4010 Shatpri 4 0 0 0 Dent aa 0 0 0 0 Muaer ph 0 0 0 0 Goaaage p Pltkick p Acoau p n I a • IMak mini 4-7 0-2 Albury W Campbell Goaaage L Pltlock AcoaU Save-Campbell (Holt). T.2!37. A-44.1S8. 82-3 1-3 41-3 1-3 41-3 r er bb 3 3 3 0 0 0 4 4 1 2 2 0 (11). HBP-By Pltlock Kaline Is Getting Votes Anyway DETROIT (UPI) - Al Kaline of the Detroit Tigers is about to^ clinch a starting outfield berth for the All-star game July 23,yet he hasn't played an inning in. the field this season. And he doesn't want to make the All- Star game his first. "I could probably play but I'd rather rtot," said Kaline, who thinks he's getting so many votes because he's getting close to 3.000 career hltr>. He trails only Reggie Jackson of Oakland in the voting and the top three must start and play three innings. « "I wouldn't mind going as an ej^tra outfielder or as a pinch- hltter but I'd rather mt play," the 21-year veteran said. It Isn't so much that he hasn't played, after all he has done that for 20 years, but Kaline suffered a sprain to his left knee playing basketball last winter and aggravated it in spring training to the point where it will bother him all season. It is taped before each game now. Manager Ralph Houk and General Manager Jim Campbell of the Tigers bpth are hopeful the superstar won't have to start in the All-Star outfield but plan no formal request at this time. Another Detroit player, Bill Freehan, is second in the voting as a catcher but he hasn't played that position for a month, having been shifted to first base. He has relayed the word to Earl Weaver, presently scheduled to manage the all- stars, that he isn't intersted In being named to the team because he feels he doesn't deserve it, "I don't have any control over how the voting goes," Kallnec said. "But I think the fans should vote for the guys that play. "I feel good that I've received so many votes but there are guys who are having good years who should be way ahead of me. "If they want to take me I Intend to go," Kaline said. "But I don't see how I could possibly play, I don't see how I should." "By the time the game's played," Freehan said, "I won't have caught for six weeks. I don't deserve It.'" 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Competitively priced at Firestone Dealers and at all service stations displaying tiie Firestone ligi^, ROAD ATLAS by RAN D-MclMALLY REVISED 1974 EDITION FEATURING 16-PAGE GUIDE TO STATE PARKS 1 • State Park campground tables include location, fee requirements, facilities, tent and trailer sites available, mail address •144 big pagesi size 11-1/8" X 14-7/8" • Maps of 184 major cities •Complete, up-to-date road maps and mileage charts for U.S., Canada and Mexico Limit one at this price Additional $2.95 each VANSIPIGKlirai FIRESTONE TRANSPORT'' TRUCK TIRES. 38 •22' if 1 6.00-16 Black Tube-type. Plui $227 F.E.T.; and lire olt your vehicle. . • ply rattd. Bay City Fir«$tonf Hours: 8:00 • 5:30 1100 W. 15th Street 785-4654 Firestone $lom Phone 7W-6561 Hours 7:30 • 5:30 Grace I Sitti S D. BUCK HOOm N^GR,., D^Wtttgyyji 1 Si

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