Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida on September 9, 1973 · Page 11
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Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida · Page 11

Panama City, Florida
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Sunday, September 9, 1973
Page 11
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Kail l)()wliiij^ H"! off with a l)anK as Warmi (liay Ijowlcd a m and Jim Balrd and Fnyv KinK ()09H in the CJiiys & Dolls league and llonnle liaupt a G'ifi, Jack Barnetl (ill and John Tinnoy (iOfi In the Gulf leaKUe, Autumn Bowling Off ToGreat Start In Panama City O Hardee 223 —5<)9. Ronnie LonL' NKW.S -IIKiaiJ), I 'anaina City, I 'la., Sunday, SeptcriihcrO, V.m I 'aKc HA Dog Match Scores included: Guys & Dolls — Warren (]ray 222-2[)8-20;j-fi83, Jim Haird 220 — (iOl), Don Coston 211 - 589, For-resl Ivy 217 - 572, Bob Bart/. 215 — 553, Ronnie Houpt 203 - 551, Al MuterspauKh 558, Herman Currie i!()l-5'l'l, Billie Barnes 54'!, Milt TnitwiKe 5'17, Richard WilliamH 20!), Keith Adams 203, Rol)l)ie Rohinetle 200, Faye King 253-171-105 6 09, Kay M u t e i's p a u n h Gator Frosh Looking Good GAINESVILLE, FLA. Unlike 1972, when several freshmen were in top roles on the Gator varsity and one started the opening same, no first-year men are in the starting picture as Florida's opener against Kansas State nears. Several freshmen, however, appear to have won themselves a shot at playing time in the opener, set for a 7:30 kickoff Sept. 15 at Florida Field. At this point this list includes offensive lineman Darrell Carpenter of Jacksonville, wide receivers Cleaver Hayling of Fort Pierce and Alvin Cowans of Alexandria, Va., running back Larry Brinson of Miami and linebacker Jack Zukley of Fort Lauderdale. Cracking the first unit on a varsity which returned 38 of its top 44 men proved to be too tough a nut for any of the frosh to crack, but Head Coach Doug Dickey Is pleased with what the newest members of the Gator team have accomplished. "I think we have several who have already shown they can help provide some quality depth and give us a lift during the season". Dickey says. "And there are probably a couple more freshmen who will come along and help the varsity during the season." Most consistently impressive freshman has been Brinson, a 200-pound running back who has exceptional speed. He has been working with the second unit at tailback, backing up senior Nat 'Moore, and also might see some action returning kickoffs. Tickets for the Kansas State game are still available with good locations available on the East Side. School will not have opened and student attendance is not expected to be as heavy as in the following weeks. Tampa Faces Tough Challenge TAMPA, Fla. (UPI) - A young University of Tampa team, hard hit by graduation, academic problems and injuries, faces a rugged schedule under its fourth head coach in four years. Dennis Fryzel, the defensive coordinator for Tampa last year, moved up to tlie head coaching spot earlier this year and inherited a team that went 10-2 last season, including a Tangerine Bowl win over Kent State. But gone from that squad that ranked sixth in the nation among major colleges in scoring defense and ninth in overall defense is a major part of the devensive unit that was anchored by big John Matuszak, the number one draft choice of the pros this year. Also gone is the heart of the offensive line. With only one starter back. '' Members of this year's team are faced with a tremendous challenge," Fryzel said before pre-season drills opened. And that was before he was hit by additional key player losses. "A team doesn't lose people like that without feeling the pinch," Fryzel said. "Our young fellows will be carrying a heavy burcjen." Honest and Just Government by the people and for the people Elect Alphoretta K. Holbrook Parker Councilwoman CLIP AND MAIL TODAY LEARN TO EARN With Anwnci s L jri/fsl T.ix Srrvici' K DLOCK ion INK RVIfWS AVAIlAHli f OH HI sr Slum NTS INCOME TAX COURSE • InchidM cumnt lu lawt, llMoqf, Mid appltetMco M pncUMd in Mock •(• flcM frani ooMi lo COMI* • Choic* o( dayt md CIM* KIIIM. • CholM o( bMie or tdyanfd count. ENROLL NOWl Classes Start: Thar* are 3. cenvmitnt CIOM lecoHoni. .office ' Contact the D»OQI MON. WIO. fRI. 122 i. 4TH. ST. PANAMA CITY . • • Phut mt ITM iMtrullM akwit MM HAR llMk IMMM Tn CMVM. Tkli •• • rHMrt t«r lirwaillM Miy •«< »kMM nto M •kllnIlM to <iir*ll. NAME• ADDRESS- CITY STATE -PHONE-ZIP CODE- 9-9: CLIP AND MAIL TODAY Personalized Napkini matches & bridei book* & Informqit are imprinted in our store quick onedoy service Planning A Wedding? MAKE BOYD BROTHERS YOUR FIRST STOP WE HAVE A lOVELY SELEaiON OF. • INVITATIONS • THANK YOU NOTES • BRIDES BOOKS • GUEST BOOKS • RECEPTION NAPKINS • NEW CAUING CARDS • INFORAAAIS For your Teas, lunchoons Showers, Coffees You orYourHostoss Should SELEaFROM OURSTOCK • Wedding Cops • Tablecloths • Party Picks • Nut Cups • Invitations • Place Cards • Napl<ins • Table Docoralions If you are planning a wedding make your first stop iBoyd Brothen. SHop at your leisure in our beautiful NEW store. BOYD BROTHERS, INC. 2;i'l-163-200 - 597, liuhy Mashbuin \% - 552, .Jam; HcrridK 188 - 5-10, Linda Ncwsomc 188 — -IfM, Mary Nell liarnos 182 — 491 Gulf — Ronnio Uoupt m-m-m - im, .jack I^arnctt H)'1,22:J,22'1 - (ill, .John Tinnoy 201-182-22:5 - m, \\i)h Hartz m - 59fi, Vr(>i\ Au.sland 214-20(i 575, Randy Holt 573, .Johnny Gilbert 200-20;j - 5fi9, ,Joo Hardeo 22,3 —5<)9, Ronnio Long 210 - 566, Don Coston 211 - 565, Larry Temploton 565, flono John.s 204 — .%2, Billie IJarncs 201 - 562, Bill .Jen.sen 558, Vick Vickers 225 - 555, .Joe Harri.s 222, Rudolph- Bradley 213, ,Jon Roma 213, Ray Fraddetle 213, Keith Adam.s 212, ,Joe Roche 212, Chico Kchevarria 210, .Jiiti Lawson 209, Bunny Weaver 209, Bruno Hoffman 208, Ivy 200. Greater f'aiiania City Dof,' Fanciei'.s A.s.sociafion will sponsor its third Af<C sanctioned hreecl anri ohedience match on .Sunday, .September .'!0, at Rainbow Roller Rink on I-:asl Fifteenth Street. IS.O-Cu.Ft Refrigerator AU-Frostless Sears with Ice Maker Ice Maker Hook-up to Water Supply Optional, Extra All-frostless, ends defrosting chores. SAVE $61.95. Automatic ice maker provides ready supply of ice crescents. 13.8-cu. ft. refrigerator. 4 .2 -cu. ft. freezer holds 147 lbs. of food. SlVs in. wide, 6.5% in. high, regular 28V4 in. deep. $349.95 FAR OUR BEST SAVE $81.95 12.0-Cu. Ft. Refrigerator Less than 24-In. Wide With Icemaker regular $279.9.=i 63201/8056 • Perfect for areas wher space is a problem • 9.2-Cu. Ft. refri«eralor • 2.8-Cu. Ft. freezer is manual defrost • 'Hook -up optional 22511 3-Temperatiire, 3-Cyele Washer Kenmore Permanent Press Electric Dryer Sears Price »179 sfllO End Of Season Clearance! Select permanent press, normal, or delicate cycle. 3 wash/rinse temperatures. 2-speed motor; 2 water levels. Permanent press, normal and delicate cycles. 62101 12101 2"Cycle Washer Has Two Temperatures 2-Teinperatiire Electric Dryer 7369 14,000 BTU Air Conditioner 3-Speed, EXIUIUHI Woodgrain front Sears Low Price 219 88 Model Size Reg. Price Sale Price 7305 7312 7361 7362 736t 5,000 BTU «,000 BTU 11,000 BTU 18,000 BTU 21,000 BTU $159.95 $229.95 $279.95 $309.95 $98 $138 $188 $248 $268 SearH Price SearH Price Choose iiorhial or short cycle. 2 wash tcnipcratiires. Single - spceil motor turns straight-vane agitator. Machine is only 24 inches wide. "Ileal" setting dries normal fabrics thoroughly; "air only" setting fluffs blankets. Internal lint screen. Sears Care Service protects the value of your Kenmore Waslier uiuj l)ry <T. We .service what Kell, wiierever you live or may iiiovi! in the U.S.A. No MIonllily Payment IJnlil rebriiary on Sears l)eferre<l Kasy Payment Plan. (There will he u finance «'Jiar^e for the deferral period.) SHOP AT SEARS AND SAVE Satisfaction Guaranteed or Your Money Back Sears 18b Anniversary Celebration SEAHS. nOEBUCK AND CO. DOWNTOWN PANAMA CITY HurriHou Ave. 763-6611 Open 9t30 a.m. 1

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