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1 'aj .M' l(>.\ NEWS -IIKK.\I>I>, I 'uiiaiiia Vity, Fla., SUIMIII> , S<«|)lciiilM *r !>, 1!>7:{ SHORT GAINER - UCLA's Kermit Johnson (37) is tackled by Nebraska's Randy Borg (19) after a short advance in their game at Lincohi. Neb. (By UPI) Cubs Nip Cards CHICAGO (UPI)-Don Kess- ingcr ripped a single in tlie bottom of the seventh inning to send home pinch-runner Matt Alexander with the go-ahead run Saturday to help the Chicago Cubs to a 3-1 decision over the St. Louis Cardinals in a nationally televised game. Cub rookie Peter LaCock opened the seventh against loser Reggie Cleveland by bouncing a single into right field. Cleo James, hitting for Pappas, sacrificed LaCock to second. Alexander, running for LaCock, scored when Kessinger bounced a hit over the pitcher's mound. St. Louis Chicago ab r h bl Brock If 3 110 Kessinger ss Sizemnre 2b '•) 0 1 1 Monday cf MOcCarver lb 3 0 10 Fanzonc ph Simmons c JCruz cf Carbo rf ROeitz 3b Tyson ss McBride pli Kelleher ss CVIeveland p HMraboslty p Hentzlmn pii Pina p 4 0 10 IjKker p 4 0 10 Williams if 4 0 2 0 Cany If 4 0 10 Hiser rf 2 0 0 0 Hicltman lb 1 0 0 0 Santo 3b 0 0 0 0 Popovich 2b 2 0 0 0 Rudolph c 0 0 0 0 LaCock pli 1 0 0 0 Alexandr pr 0 0 0 0 Hundley c Pappas p James cf 32 1 8 1 Totals ah r h bl 4 0 11 3 0 10 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 110 2 0 10 10 0 0 2 0 0 0 3 111 3 0 11 2 0 0 0 10 10 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 26 3 7 3 000 001000-1 mmux-3 LOB-St. Louis Tigers Victors BOSTON (UPI)—Dick Sharon tagged a solo homer, doubled and reached base on an ei'ror to account for three runs Saturday as the Detroit Tigers tripped the Boston Red Sox, ti-1. Sharon gave the Tigers a 1-0 lead when he opened the second inning with a drive into the left field screen. The Tigers added two more runs ill the fifth on a .single, two walks, an infield out and a pair of errors by third baseman Carl Yastrzemski on Sharon's grounder. Detroit Boston ab r h hi ah r li bl Taylor 2b 4 0 10 Har|)erif 4 0 0 0 SOtanloy cf 5 110 Apiiricio Howard dh 4 2 3 1 Smith cf Horton If 4 0 0 0 Ystrzmsk 3b NVorthrup If 110 0 Cepcda dh Freehan c 2 0 10 Miller rf IBrown lb 5 0 2 2 Fisk c SVharon rf 5 2 2 1 Cooper lb Rodriguz 3b 4 0 10 Cnler lb Brinkman ss 3 0 0 1 Griffin 2b Coleman p 0 0 0 0 l.ce p Hiller p 0 0 0 0 Carman p Tbials .T? e II 3 Totals 4 0 2 1 5 0 0 0 4 0 10 3 0 10 4 0 0 0 2 0 10 2 110 4 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 :»! 19 1 010 020 111-6 000 000 100-1 DP-Bos!on 1. LOH- Totals jt. Louis Chicago oE-JCruz. DP-Chicago 3. 6, Chicago 7. 2B -Popovich, Reltz, Monday, HR-Sanlo (17). SB-Brock 2, Carbo.,' S-Hickman. Carty, James. SF-Popovich. Ip h r er bb Detroit Boston E-Yaslrzemski 3. Detroit 10, Boston 12. t2B-Sharon. Smith. HR-Sharon (6). SB- MMiller, Harper 2, Aparicio. SF-Brinkman. ip h r er hh .so COIeveland L 13-8 Hrabosky Pina PMappas W 7-11 Locker a Save-Locker (141. gT-2:22. A-28,471. 6 1-3 2-3 1 7 2 4 4 0 2 0 0 0 2 2 1 Twins Romp BLOOMINGTON, Minn. (UPI)—Larry Hisle rapped out three hits and drove in three runs to help the Minnesota Twins down the Chicago White 6-2 Saturday and snap the Chisox' winning streak at eight. The Twins jumped on starter and loser Terry Forster, 6-6, for two runs in the first inning. Bobby Darwin doubled off the rightfield wall to score Hisle, who had doubled and Eric Soderholm, who was safe on an error. Chicago .Minnesota ab r h bl ab r h bl Kelly rf 3 10 1 Hisle if 4 13 3 IVIuser lb 4 0 10 Terrell 2b 3 0 0 0 Halrston if 4 0 2 0 Soderhlm 3b 2 110 Melton 3b 4 0 1 0 Lis lb 4 0 0 0 May dh • 4 0 0 0 Darwin rf 4 12 2 Orta 2b 4 0 10 Mitterwald c 3 10 0 Sharp cf 4 12 0 Kusick dh 4 0 0 0 Dent ss 4 0 2 0 Brye cf 3 110 Brinkman c 2 0 0 0 Thompson ss 3 111 Downing c 10 10 Goliz p 0 0 0 0 Forster p 0 0.0 0 Campbell p 0 0 0 0 MMeGlothlin p 0 0 0 0 ToUla 34 2 10 1 Totals 30 6 8 6 Chicago moOllDO—i Minnesota 2l0 3«0 0Oi(-6 E-Dent 2, Mellon. DP-Chicago 1. MInfesota 2. LOB-Chicago 8, Munnesoto 6. 2B-Hlsle. Darwin, Thompson, STerreli. Thompson. SF-Kelly, Ip h r er bb so Forster L 6-5 3 2-3 7 6 4 2 3 McGlothlin 4 1-3 1 0 0 2 7 GoltZ W 9-4 7 9 2 2 1 4 Campbell 2 I Save-Campbell (31. T -2:16. A-8,902, Coleman W 19-15 5 2-3 3 0 0 3 6 HMiller 31-3 6 1 1 0 1 Lee L 16-9 s 8 2-3 U 6 3 5 2 Carman 1-3 0 0 0 0 0 oSave-Hiiler (32), HBP-bv Coleman (Miller), May Produces SAN FRANCISCO (UPD- Lee May drove in tliree runs' with a pair of doubles and Jim Wynn chipped in with a two-run homer Saturday to lead the Houston Astros to a 9-7 victory that snapped the San Francisco Giants' winning streak at seven games. Houston San Francisco ab r h bl ab r h M Wynn rf 3 3 2 2 Bonds rf Sutherind 2b 4 0 12 Fuentes 2b Cedeno cf 5 111 Maddox cf Watson If 3 111 .McCovey 11) Metzger pr 0 1 C n Willoghtiy pr Gallagher If 0 0 0 0 Sosa p DORader 3b 3 0 0 0 Phillips ph May lb 4 12 3 Matthews if Juize c 4 0 0 0 .Speler .ss TOorres ss 4 0 0 0 Kingman 31) Richard p 3 110 DARader c Wilson p 10 10 Sadek pr Easier pr 0 10 0 Bryant p Pizarro p 0 0 0 0 Carrilhers p Upshaw p 0 0 0 0 Ontivcros ph Moffitt p Thomssn ph Bradley p Howarth lb Arnold ph M 9 9 9 Totals Totals Houston San Francisco DP'Houston. Francisco 6. 2B-May 2, McCovey, land, Arnold, HR-Wynn S-Sutherland, 5 10 1 4 0 10 3 10 0 4 0 11 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 4 111 2 111 3 0 0 0 3 110 0 10 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 11 0 0 0 0 1 0 II 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 11 M 1 7 6 300 030 012-9 000 0:<0 031- 7 LOB-Houston 3. .San Matthews, Sullier (19), Cedeno (20), 0 Richard W 6-2 Wilson Pizarro Upshaw Bryant L 21-10 Carrithers Moffitt Bradley Sosa .Save-Up,shaw(l) WP-Richard, oT.2:32, A-7,308, fP 7 1-3 2-3 1-3 2-3 4 1-,'i. 2-3 r er hh 6 6 5 0 0 1 2 0 6 0 Bear Hunt On A 23-day special bear hunt on the Apalachicola National Forest, extending across Liberty, Leon and Wakulla Counties, got under way Saturday aad will end September 30. The special hunt runs c 0 n c u I- r e n 11 y with the state-wide archery season, also ending on Sunday, September 30, but posse.ssion of bow and arrow while hunting bear with guns is prohibited. Major T.L. GarrLson, regional manager of the Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission, has announced that "anyone who wishes to hunt hear this period may do so", jjiovided license a n d p e r m i t requirements are met. He said that the commission has discontinued drawings for party pcrmiis, as has been the practice in recent years. Garrison stated a siiccial SIO.OO Apalachicolii Area l)(.'ar hunt iiermit, in addition to regular . hunting license, is retiuired of Florida residents between 15 and (in years of age; and that a $2.50 "under-age" permit is ixxjuircMl ol resident hunters under 15 years, even though hunting license is not required. Noii-resideius of ;ill ages over 15 years must jio.s.sess both the ,?10.00 permit and a valid non-r(.>sident hunting liccn.sc. Non-resident hunters under 1:1 years of age may hunt if [jossessing Ihe $2.50 pcrinit only. Permits are available at the commission's office on Airjiori Road, or may i)e obtained by mail addressed to P.O. Hox 57(i, Panama City, Florida .'i^'lOl. HAROLD E. WAGER, M.D. and H. FELTON COFER, M.D. announce the association of JOHN J. MALLARY, M.D. in the practice of OPHTHALMOLOGY (ty« disfost ond svrotry) 1109 HorrlMH Avt.> PoBomo City, 769-1030 Huskers Topple Uclans LINCOLN, Nel). (iri'l) - Siipt>r (iiiarlerhack sub Steve Riiiily and Sophomore l-hack Tony Davis coinbintHi for four toiiciuiowns on a wet and slippery iirtificial fit>l(l Saturday to lead no. 2 ranked Nebraska to a coin'incing 10-13 victory over no, 8 rated UCLA, Riinty, who got Die opportunity to play came W I UMI regular David llumm suffeivd an arm iiifix'llon and then a knee injury, conipleted nine of 11 pa.sses for 10,5 yarcLs, ran one yard for ilie Coniluiski'is first touchdown, and I'ompli'led ,i Ul-yard pass to split end l''n)si>' AiKJer .soM I'oranotlicr TD. Davis, wliose kiu>e nninired surgery last year and kept him out of tlie lineup, carricil 2] times for lITyanls, pinniped for one louelulown from llif one, and ran 1,'iyards for aiiollicr. Senior (lel'eiisiv(> tiack Randy Horg put on the (•[(iwd-pleasiiig pliiy of Ihe day when he took a UCL.'\ piiiit on his 2:\ and took advantage of lhn>e key !)li)('ks Princess Anne Takes Fail to idiiip 77 yards fora Nehrask.i louchilown (iiil\ IDO secoiuls afirr Kiiiily's first .scoic iil Ihe gaiiii'. The lasi Coniliuskcr TD w,is by .li'fl .Miiiaii. an l-liack who caiui' iiili) the Liamc for the final fi\(' niiiiiitcs (iflcr na\is was remo\'i'il lor a rest, on ,i two-yard iilungc. Rich Sanger hooslcd his successful poinis aflcr touchdown to a Nebraska record 11)5 with four snccesscs in six tries. KIE:V , USSR (UPI) -Princess Anne, the (iefencling champion at the European Equestrian Clianipionsliips, fell head over li(>els off her horse Goodwill Saturday during the cross-couiitiy event and nas eliminated from competition. The Princess came up shaking and limping. Later a British spokesman said she had a bruised left leg and an apparently chipped collarbone. The fall came on her first attempt at the jump which claimed 8 of the first 17 riders. "I 'm .sorry to disappoint you," the Priiuvss told newsmen, "but I'm not very badly hurt." Richard Mead, Britain's Olympic gold medalist, ulio competed earlier .Saturday, was first to Anne's aid, ll(> led Goodwill back to to starting gate while tlu> Princess walked alongside holding on to her .saddle for.siipporl. She favored her left l(>f; and sported a dirty splotch on the .seat of her white jodhpurs but managed a wry smile. Her fiance, Capt. Mark Phillips, also an Olympic gold medalist, walked behind. He had scouted the jump (^arlier with Mead. Phillips later .said he thought Anne's hor.se had taken off too soon. "One thing it shous is that this is no sport for the geriatric set," he said. .•\nne's father, P'rince Philip, president of the International Equestrian Federation, rushed back to the .starting point by Jeep after the fall to talk to Iw- Nettles Leads llh\aiikiM' Cohu-cui I' .May rf Tluinias If I 'Siiitt ill FMi'lsl(e ill Money 31i \'il(<iMlcli ,)l Pdlter (• Mixirc c Lahoud rf Howard if .Mitchell dli .lohiisim ss Ueyiioltis [1 Sprajtue p l.itizy p Kohel (IS Tolul.s .Mlluaiikee Ne» Yiirk E-C^iarria, rhtinias, VOork I, I .Ori -.VIilw.mlt JUVelez. IIH-Noltlcs Keyntilds I. 0-1 Spranui' Kolicl .Meilich W 120 Spraiiiif pilrtu'd ti HBP-Bv lii.vniilcis I'B-M(iurc , T-2:,12. Ail,,t26, 2 Ne» York ah r h hi ,1 1 I) (I Sl,lllli'\ ss ,1 II 0 II Whili' 11 ,10 1 1 .Millisuii I I 0 » 0 1 l.'iiipsi'v .1 0 1) 0 MlMV.T rl 1 0 I) II Sv\.ili.iil:i kf ,1 0 II I) \'el.'/ If 1 I) I » ,S','ll)i's ,11. 0 II 0 II .S,iiu-llcv :ili 2 0 II I) lliill illl 2 0 11 0 llcKaii 111 2 0 1 (I l.aniiM ss ,1 (I II I) Mi'dlcli p 3 0 0 1) I) 0 0 II 0 0 I) I) 0 I) I) 11 I) 0 I) II 30 I 3 I ToluK all r h hi i; I 2 I I I II 11 Illl) I 0 II II J :i 0 ') I II II II •J :i 1 1 I I 2 i; II II II 0 I I 2 2 :i 1 0 I) Illl II I) ij ij 1,-) !) 1 1 IIDdllOl IHKI- I :m 11(1 iM\— 1.5 Ili'Haii Dl'NcM <• li, .\ett- I'lirk 111. 1201, .Slaiili'v III ; 13 I lialtiTs I .Nrtlli'si r IT 111) so II li 1 2 •I 1 :i 1 I II 2 I 1 I 2 I II I ,s III Hlh Car Bashing Next Sunday l.iiral ,iiili) ()\^ iii'is wliii L 'cl ;i kick OIK III li.iiigiii^; ii |Mild (•.•ir,s will li ;i\i' ,1 h;ill lirsi SllluhlN iii.nlil a! RiMclirs S|ii'i 'il \\;i\ , uliell a ilcllliilil mil ilrii))' is liclil ill aildilinii I d ilie irj ;iilar stuck car race pii)i ,;i ;iiii, Aiiyimi' Willi .1 "lii 'a|i" ili .ii will run is iii\ ilcd in rniiipi'tc. with a S .'fllinii -st i)ri/iMii (l,i ,S!(»(! secoiiil pri /c goin^ li) the ones with Ilic most pei 'sisti'iice, or the iiKisI (liir .ihle wivi'ks. .All that aiv needed arc a .seal hidl and crash licliiu 't. The stuck car piuiiraiii will slarl Willi lime liials al li:.'{() p.m. and the first laiv al 'r.'M). Several nrw r .icc carsaiv lieiiiu', biiill ill lliis area and lluiiwiieis wiU liavc (hem read) I 'm iie,\I Sunday, McCarthy Quits .\T1IK.\S. (;a, (I 'l 'l) — Georgia h a s k c I h a 1 1 coach .James "Babe" .Md'arlliy, hired l ;i .st .March, (|iiii Friday night lo heconie head coach of the K'ciitncky C'olniicls of the .American Baskc'tball .Association, "It was a (•()inplet(> surinisi'," said (leorgia .Athletic Director .Joel Kavcs, who is expected lo reenninieiul Ihat Md'arlhy'.s lop assisl.iiit. .John (Jutlirie, he iiiadc head coach. Midget League Opens Season Ciiir ('nasi Midj^el Football l.e,iL;iie got off til :i lU'W sea..s()n uilh pee uce and midfeet games Saliiiilay aflernonii al Pete ('.'diivDiis J-'ielil. Ty n il a I I l'"a I cons bea t Norllisiile, (ill, and Meacli won from Tyiidall V'ooiloos, In the |)ee uce dis'ision. (ii iii((lg<'/ conlesls 'I'yiuliill Falcons defealed Soiilli|)ort, M-li, and llilaiid Park won from .Springfield-Mill\ille,H-(i, Action resumes Monday night, (lames are slated for (•very niglil e.\cej)l Friday and Sunday, plus Saliirday afternoons. Girl Debuts In Football I'ORTOLA, Calif, (DP!) Toni lliler, a petite ,5-fo()l-l leeii-ager. said .Saliirday thai practicing for Ihe high .school junior varsity foolhall team was .1 Illl harder llian Ilie gaiiK^ il.self, .Miss lliler became what is l)elie\ed lo lie llie first girl in California and one of the few in llic' nation to play in high school conipelitioii in the rugg<>d coiilai'l sport I-'riday night when her Portola HigJi .School Tigers defealed Los .VIoliiias 2-0. "Il was a real good game," .said .Mi.ss lliler. "I lik (2 (l it, it was fun," Playing deleiisi\'e tackle, she adiiiilied she didn'i make' any tackles, but "I forced a couple of plays iiiside." meinher "was a lol harder lli.aii Ihe gaiiu' was. I figured (liey'd •hit harder but they didn'i." Los Moliiias didn't know Ihe Tigers had a girl guard before the game started. "They didn'i know I was a girl until I came in and Ihen everybody started yelling. But then they couldn't do anything about il," she said in an interview. Coach Ray Donneiiwirtli .said Mi.ss Ihler is "treated jnsi like the boys," although she dons her regulatioti uniform in Ihe girls locker r(jom. Donnenwirlh told hc'r.she had "loearn herposiiionand not gel il just becau.se she's a girl" before she could play. Miss llilei', who lips the scales .Miss Ihler, a .s()i)homore who at L'iO pounds, .said she had a trained the jiast llire(> weeks lidlc trouble during her seven (Villi tli(> junior \'arsit\' team, niiinites of play because of her said practice to bi'come a team offensive opponent. * m i • 'ir"„ r 'SI ,""4 ; " HI ''''/ he heat's on. And so, more than likely, is your cooing system. Now, we aren't going to try to convince you to use more electric cooling. Wfiot I we're going to tell you is '^how you can keep a little . cooler this summer with M the some electricity you're using already n the first place, be sure you've got proper attic venti- otion, f heat builds up in the attic, your whole cooling system will hoveito work harder, You'll need a maximum amoiiint of ven loting openings' so the air con flow in somie, over the . insulated area, and out others, To find out exactly how much ventilation you need, and exactly where check with your ventilation dealer li.: you'll use these tips, and others in our free booklet (it's yours for the " ^oupon], you'l geta otmore out of your electricity than you ever did before, 'hot's the way you wont it. And so do_vve. • iviarketirig Dept,' Gull Power', Company' P.O.Box 11511 ensacolo, Flo, 32502' D ease send me my free 7 copy of T ectncily, How to use it for all it's wort AME ADDRESS TY STA ..-ZIP GULF POWER Together, we'll get thing.s dorm

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