Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida on September 12, 1973 · Page 13
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Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida · Page 13

Panama City, Florida
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Wednesday, September 12, 1973
Page 13
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Tato ill NKWS-HERAIJ), Piinnina City, Klii., Wcdnosdiiy. Spptenibor 12, mi Vikings Have Eyes On Title Co.-irli Chester NoiTis alui liis Rutherfoid here Friday at 8 p-ort Walton Beach High p.m. at Tommy Oliver Stadium. VikiiK's, who open tiie prep I'ope this is their year to win football season against either the district or Big Five R GERM ORE JAMES BOND uvemdletdie martin theatre 409 HARRISON AVE.7785-5295 NOW PLAYING mDIAN -3:06-6:06-9:11 TRAMP-4:44-7:44 SUPER mmWRE- SUPER COMEDY Little Indian THIS IS THE PLACE TO BE HOGANS HEROES Staring Bob Crane 6:30 LOVE THY NEIGHBOR Some of their best friends areneigtibors-and vice-verso! A lightheorted look at two mis-matched couples v^ho learn to ploy the neighbor game-with hilarious results! TiOO SHE LIVES WEDNESDffir MOVIE OF THE WEEK titl(> or both. The Vikings were 8-2 tiie last two seasons but did not win either championship. Norris has moved former fullback Ron Enclade to quarterback to replace graduated Bill Prescott, who is now throwing passes on the Florida State freshman .squad. Other key returning players include Mike Churillo, Kim Duncan, Tony Durham, Randy Hare, Mike Fh'omaka, Bobby Mikel and Roger Ratcliff. all starters last season. Choctaw Is Green Ed Baker, new coach of Choctawhatchee High, says his squad will be e.xceptionally green this year and he wasn't referring to the color of the Indians' uniforms. Choctaw hosts Bay High's Tornadoes Friday at 8 p.m. in Fort Walton Beach. Baker, who took over for highly successful Wyman Tovvnsel, said "we're short on experience and it will be almost a totally rebuilding year. Our biggest asset now is the hard-working attitude and enthusiasm and we must build from there." The Indians' offense will be built around quarterback Vince Bruner, who called signals last year. Running back Bill Sanderson returns and so do defensive starters James Yates and Wewa Batson. All are considered all-conference candidates and Batson is regarded as a college prospect. Choctaw was 8-2 last season before a ruling by the Florida High School Acitivities Association change the record to 0-10. The Indians had used an ineligible player. Demolition Entries Open Quite a few entries have already been received for the demolition derby to be staged next Sunday night at Beach Speedway, but the list is still open. Tom Dawson, track operator, said anyone with an old "heap" may enter. Only a crash helmet and a seat belt are required. The last car in the derby earns its owner $300 and the next best gets $100. A full evening of stock car racing will also be held, with time trials starting at 6 p.m. and the first race at 7:30. DOWNTOWN THEATRE 200 HAMHSON AVI. PM. 7I5-U31 A WORLD PREMIERE! A story of love and a desperate search for a miracle. Starring Desi Arnoz Jr and Season Hubley. 4C 7=30 OWEN MARSHALL^ COUNSELOR ATLAW ' gulf drive-in FIFTEENTH STREET/763-2492 STARTS TONIGHT GOIOEN BOX 7:30 MARSHA 9:00 THE KIND OF WOMEN ALL MEN WANT... ...BUT SHOULDN'T HAVE! copri theatre CAYIORD SHOPPING CNTR/]85 58?8 SMRIS TOMORROW Twenty mUllon people around the world have seen OODSPELL on the stage, now GODSPELL is a miracle of a movie musical! ^^^^ iltfti-ii COLUMBIA PICTURES PRESENTS A LANS8URY/DUNCAN/BERUH PRODUCTION / -y OOOtnU • SCREENPLAY BY DAVID GREENE ana JOHN-MICHAEL TE8ELAK /.,S^^^V ^^fny in > MUSIC AND LYRICS BY STEPHEN SCHWARTZ . !r5:'.S".;r- • I OMITHI/ J H A^ 1 sasjS"::;- • PRODUCED BY EOGARLANSBURY. DIRECTED BY DAVIDGREENE \,CAH,ES f i« rtsTivAUy/ UMUltUMIIKU I I Ori|in |l loundtrM. Album /%-\t on mi WICOWDS LXJ\ WE MAKE EM. RIGHT HERE IN FLORIDA! GUARANTEED TO RUN 12,000 MILES LOOKS LIKE NEW! 4 95 BLACK WAl WIIH A'Rf(APPABIt IRADI WEARS UKE NEW! 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