Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida on September 12, 1973 · Page 15
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Png<' 4B NKWS-IIKRALI), rimama(it.v. Fin., Wcdmsday,Soptniihcr 12,1973 Davison Is Doubtful TALLAHASSEE (UPI) Head Coach Lfiriy Jones Tuesday appointed defensive tackle James Malklewicz and offensive tackle Don Sparkman to be game captains for Florida State's opener at Wake Forest Saturday night. Jones said fullback Mike Davison, a junior starter, is still limping with pulled thigh muscles and may not be ready to face the Deacons in Dickey Wary Of K-State GAINESVILLE (UPI) Coach Doug Dickey handed his University of Florida Gators the game plan Tuesday for the Saturday football season opener against, visiting Kansas State, and warned the Gators about taking State too lightly. "Kansas State will be very hard to beat. Even though they had a 3-8 record last season, it was against the likes of Colorado, Oklahoma, Arizona State and Nebra.ska," said Dickey. He also noted that State will have lettermen returning at nearly every position. Mixed Bout On Schedule A mixed tag team wrestling Winston-Salem, N.C. The Seminoles regained the services of three previously Injured starters, offensive tackle Smokey Ragins and defensive backs Andy Stockton and Buzzy Lewis. Dolphins Set By Six Points STATELINE, Nev. (UPI) — Harrah's Tahoe Racebook Tuesday tabbed Super Bowl champion Miami as a six-point choice over the San Francisco 49ers in Sunday's National Football League opener. Washington, beaten by the Dolphins in Super Bowl VII, is a solid 14-point favorite over the San Diego Chargers. oOther Racebook odds on NFL aczion has Munnesota over Oakland by 3; Pittsburgh over Detroit, 6; Green Bay over the New Xork Jets, 4; New York Giants over Houston, 12; St. Louis-Philadelphia, even; Buffalo over New England, 2; Cleveland over Baltimore, 7; Dallas over Chicago, 5; Atlanta over New Orleans, 6; Kansas City over Los Angeles, 4; and Cincinnati over Denver, 3. Waters Q uits DURHAM. N. C. (UPI)— Raymond "Bucky" Waters resigned Tuesday as head basketball coach at Duke University, a '^""-.u post he had held since 1969. match with a husband and wife, ^ on each team, is slated for His overall college record Sunday night at Rainbow was 133 victories and 86 losses, Garden. Rock and Pam Riddle including a 63-45 record at will wrestle Greg and Bobbie Duke. Peterson. In other matches Sweet Daddy Datts, 400-pounds plus Black wrestler, meets Rocket Monroe, Frank Dalton wrestles Steve Lawlei', and Bad Boy Hines faces Norvell Austin. Action starts at 8:30. Lee Sails At Newport John Lee, Panama City skipper, is competing with his Scampi IV in the national North American .s a i I i n g championships for half-ton craft off Newport, R.I. The Scampi finished second in the first race, sixth in the second and third in the third. A 200-mile race today and a shorter race Saturday will completethe series. Sailing with Lee are Robbie Barnes, Panama City, and Paul Schreck, Bimbo Stitt and Eric Lundquist, Pensacola. Jerry Mi I grim, MIT professor, won the first two races in his Cascade. Party Of 50 Fishing Here A party of more than 50 RCA Whirlpool representatives spent Tuesday fishing in the gulf aboard a half dozen charter boats. The group departed from Captain Anderson Marina and hoped some of their catch would eai'n a place on the board of the News-Herald Silver Trophy fishing tournament. The visitors are staying at Paradise Inn. King mackerel are running and nearly every fishing party reported a big catch. Roy Martin, tournament director, said the kings are now headed eastward. Last week the run was off Orange Beach, near Mobile Ala. Mowat Eyes Opener Mowat Junior High, minus a ninth grade, opens its football season against Marianna Middle School Thm-sday at 2:30 p.m. at the Mowat field. Coach Marvin Kohler does not liave a single player back from last year's squad and will start strictly from scratch. The Mustangs' tentative starting lineup will be: Center, Tom Buchle; guards, Jimmy Gay and Robbie Robinson; tackles, Charles Nelson and either Joe Beard or Tom Bahs; ends, Byron Kersey and Frank Goss. ' Quarterback, either David Ikoguchi or Bobby Lee; fullback, Billy Barnett; halfbacks, Charles Mixon and David Mixon. A's Obtain Rico Carty OAKLAND (UPI) —The Oakland A's Tuesday announced the purchases of outfielder Rico Carty from the Chicago Cubs. It is Carty's 11th season in the majors and he has a lifetime batting average of .306. So far this season he has been hitting .211 with the Cubs in 22 games 'Everybody' Meet Planned The "everybody" tennis tournament slated for Sept. 13-16 at the Mowat Center will give inexperienced players a good opportunity, pro Doyle Smith said Tuesday. There will be divisions for beginners and players with limited experience, and in the mixed doubles one of the team members must be somewhat of a beginner. Entries are being taken at the Racket Shop, 211 North U.S. Highway 231. Smith may be reached by phone at 265-2832. Crusaders To Travel Panama City Christian Schools' Crasaders will open their third football season Thursday at 6 p.m., Panama City time, at Apalachicola against the Sharks' junior varsity. The Crusaders were 4-4 tlie last two seasons. This year. Coach Gary Hedrich's team will play as a member of the Florida High School Activities Association, meeting senior high junior varsity teams for the most part. Of Thursday's starters only Philip Adams, Clay Gangwisch, David Smith and Chuck Bariett played last soa.son. Benny Waterfiold, however, ha.s played extensive midget league ball. The Crusaders' tentative starting lineup will be: Ends, Thomas Hill and Jimmy Green; tackles, Tal Larson and Bill Shaw; guards, Pat Jones and Keith Sanders; center, Joey Fuqua. Quarterback, Adams; halfbacks, Gangwisch and Smith; flanker, Waterfield. On defense Barrett, Randy Neel and Vic Mullet will get into the lineup, Lucille Beshearse Tops Ladies Play Panama Country Club women golfers held a match play tournament Tuesday. Winners were: First flight — Lucille Beshearse first, Shirley Edwards second, Gerri Ford consolation; second-Kay Hancock first. Hazel Buckley second, Barbara Anderson consolation; third-Ann Frederick first, Loretta Gray second, Ruth Burns consolation; fourth-Tip Merrill first, Kathryn Prows second, Louise McLean consolation. Fifth-Coleen Truxal first,. Stella Collins second. Sue Cameron consolation; sixth-Alma Atkinson first, Peggy Cowell second, Millie Fitzpatrick consolation. Low putts-Peggy Cowell 28. 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