Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida on September 13, 1973 · Page 13
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida · Page 13

Panama City, Florida
Issue Date:
Thursday, September 13, 1973
Page 13
Start Free Trial

Page 2B NEWS-HERALD, Panama CIt.v, Fla., Thursday, September 13,1973 Expos Kayo Cardinals ST. LOUIS (UPI) -Bob Bailey led off the ninth inning with his 24th homer to give the Montreal Expos a 2-1 victory over St. Louis Wednesday night, knocking the Cardinals out of first place in the National League East. The win moved Montreal into third place, one game behind first place Pittsburgh. The Cards dropped to second, one half game behind the Pirates. Bailey's solo smash over the left field wall was the seventh hit allowed by Cardinal pitcher Rick Wise whose record dropped to 13-12. Wise lost for the sixth straight time. Rookie Steve Rogers held the Cards to six hits to pick up his fifth straight decision, raising his record to 9-3. Rogers had a shaky start, giving up one run and loading the bases with nobody out in the first but he retired the next three batters to avoid further scoring. Lou Brock singled and stole second on the next pitch for his 63rd theft of the season. Ted Sizemore walked and Ted Simmons drove in Brock with a double. Bernie Carbo walked to fill the bases but Rogers bore down and got a strikeout, a popout and a groundout to end the inning. Montreal tied the score in the fifth. Tim Folo singled and went to second on Rogers' sacrifice. Larry Lintz' second single of the game off Wise scored Foil. Rogers got out of another bases loaded, nobody out jam in the seventh when he got Simmons to ground to first. Pirates Pressure Cards CHICAGO (UPI)-Dave Giusti stopped eighth and ninth inning rallies Wednesday to preserve Bruce Kison's first victory of the season with his 18th save, giving the Pittsburgh Pirates a 4-2 triumph over the Chicago Cubs. Pittsburgh's victory put added pressure on the pace- setting St. Louis Cardinals in the National League's East Division race. The victory, the nth for the Pirates in 17 games against the Cuiw, left Pittsburgh with one less victory and one less loss than the Cardinals. Kison, making his third start since being calUed up from the Palmer Wins 20th BALTIMORE (UPI) -Boog Powell's clutch single drove in the winning run in an eighth inning rally in the second game Wednesday night as the Baltimore Orioles swept a doubleheader from the Milwaukee Brewers 4-1 and 5-3 to reduce their pennant-clinching magic number in the E^astern Division of the American League to 12. Powell's single to right scored Rich Coggins from thrid base to snap a 3-3 tie in the second game after Jim Palmer eight-hit the Brewers in the opener for his 20th victory of the season. George Scott's fourth hit of the game, an eighth inning double, erased a 3-2 Oriole lead as he scored Dave May, who had singled off reliever Eddie Watt. Southpaw Grant Jackson came on to retire the Brewers with the bases loaded and notch his eighth win against no losses. Yaz Clobbers Pair NEW YORK (UPI) -Carl Yastrzemskl drove in five runs with his 14th and 15th homers of the season and Roger Moret won his nth straight game Wednesday night as the Boston Red SOx scored a 7-1 victory over the New York Yankees. New Ywk ibrkU 4 110 Dark 2b 10 0 0 White U 4 2 2 0 Munson c 0 0 0 0 Hart dh 4 2 2 5 Sanchez if 0 0 0 0 Nettles 3b 4 0 10 Swoboda cf 4 110 Hegan lb 4 111 Stanley sa 4 0 0 0 McDanlel p 4 0 2 0 Pagan p Charleston, W. Va., farm team after the International League season ended, ran his string of scoreless innings against Chicago to 15 before he got in trouble in the eighth. After he walked Billy Williams and had a 3-0 count on Gonzalo Marquez, Giusti took over. Ron Santo singled to score Williams and both runners advanced when Willie Stargell's tthrow from leftfield got through catcher Manny First baseman Mike Jorgensen threw home for the forceout and took the return throw to double up Simmons and Carbo filed out. Braves Rap Giants ATLANTA (UPI) -Darrell Evans and Marty Perez each drove in three nuns Wednesday night, Evans with two homeni and Perez with a homer and a double, to give the Atlanta Braves a 10-4 victory over the San Francisco Giants. Gary Thomasson, Dave Kingman and Chris Speier all homered for the Giants and Garry M a d d o x had four straight hits for the losers, a triple and three singles. Hank Aaron failed to hit a homer but did hit two singles In four at bats and had an apparent homer go foul by inches in the third before grounding into a force play. StundlNii AMI NH^ am N «« Tim OOcM* Tnu mm Ml t n • jn I num M n M .in H M M .« n 41 M JO • nn .mi.a% n u m 14 « n M MH It H JM a liMMN I •MM T Mtm VMk TMM I Wm» Mamu CHy il 0*11^ at OriltoM ..ri0M UMA MUM rt FlHMMft Maddn cf M tttiMWl If lb Sanguillen for an CWeap Cllnes rf Cash 3b Oliver cf SUrgell It Sanguillen c Stennett 2b Robertsn lb Maxvlll Si Hc'jner ph JHemndz ss Kison p Giusti p Harper If Evans If Aparlcio ss Guerrero ss Ystrzmsk 3b Kennedy 3b C epeda dh Ogllvie rf Miller cf F isk c Cooper lb Griffin 2b M oret p IMata abrhbt 4 0 10 4 0 2 0 4 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 40 10 3 0 0 0 3 111 3 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 IMak PIMbarik CWeac* E-Santo, PTittsburgh 9, Chicago 13. 2B-Sangulilen, Robertson (14). abrkU 4 110 Monday cf 5 0 0 0 Kesiingcr as 5 0 11 Williams If 2 10 0 Marquez lb 4 12 0 Santo 3b 4 0 10 James pr 3 12 3 Popovich 2b 3 0 0 0 LaCock rf 1 0 0 0 Bonham p 0 0 0 0 Beckert ph 3 0 0 0 Burris p 10 10 LaRoche p Cardenal ph Alexandr pr Rudolph c Hundley c Hickman ph Locker p Paul p Hiserrf H4S4 IMak error. abrkki 3 0 10 5 0 10 4 110 4 13 0 5 0 3 1 0 0 0 0 50 11 10 0 0 00 0 0 1000 0 00 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0000 3 0 0 0 10 0 0 0000 1000 2 0 0 0 Hint KbirnanJb SiMc Bryant p M offlt p Ontlvtroa ph D Aiqulik p Mats abrbM Sanguillen, 2, Chicago MMM-t Popovfc^h. DP- 2. LOB-Ptttaburgh Oliver, Marquez. MR- 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 n 7 M • Mala MUwaakee Garcia 2b Howard if M aycf SMcott lb Money 3b Porter c Lahoud rf ElRodrgz dh Johnson ss L ockwood p lit Game •brhbl abrkU 4 110 Bumbry dh 5 2 0 0 4 0 0 0 Coggins rf 4 2 3 2 4 0 11 Rettnmnd rf 3 0 1 1 TMals Mllwaakec 2aMBMre E-Johnaon, Milwaukee Milwaukee 8 2B^arcia. Rettenmund. S-Johnaon. 1000 3 0 2 1 3 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 3 0 10 4 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1000 0 0 0 0 12474 MMM*-1 MM: Ml-4 Porter, Lockwood. DP- 1, Baltlmbre 1. LOB- Baltimore 11. SB-Bumbry, Coggins 2, 4 0 10 Baker ss 3 0 10 Powell lb 4 0 10 Baylor If 3 0 10 Robinson 3b 3 0 2 0 Grich 2b 3 0 0 0 Etchebrm c 0 0 0 0 Belanger ss Blair cf Palmer p S 1 S I Tstals Lockwood L 5-11 Palmer W 20-8 HBP-By Lockwood b 7 r er bb so 4 4 6 1 9 8 113 5 (Belanger). T-2:17. » 1 S 1 MlMM -7 New Yatk MMlN -1 E—Apariclo, Sanchez. DP-Borton 1. LOB—Boston 3, New York 4. 2B—Ogllvie. 3B—Miller. HR-Yasttzem- ski 2 (15), Swoboda (10). SB-Harper, Apariclo. Ip k rerbbaa Moret W 11-0 9 5 1 1 0 2 McDanlel L 12-4 5 7 6 6 0 3 Pagan 4 3 110 2 McDanlel pitched to 3 batters In 6th; *P-McDaniel. Astros Win In 10 SAN DIEGO (UPI) -Houston sccored two runs in the 10th inning without the aid of a hit Tuesday night as San Diego committed three errors, two of them by catcher Fred Kendall on the same play, to give the Astros a 4-2 victory. Kison w Giusti Paul L 0-1 Bonham Burris LaRoche Locker 1-0 *7 2 42J 11-3 11-3 2-3 1 r er I 2 1 0 0 4 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 > i 8 » On October 28,197Z Emerson Chipps stopped by the Candlelight Lounge and ordered a bourbon and soda. Just as he has every Thursday evening since 1955. For 19 years the 'Candlelight Lounge served ^= imerson Chipps, BarlyTimes. jj^^ On October 28,1971 not. I Goodbye Mr. Chipps. Klaon pitched to 2 batters In 8th. Save^Iiusti (18). HBP-by Kison (Hlaer). WHPBonham. T-3:08. A-9,857. Mets Shade Phils PHILADELPHIA (UPI) — Home runs by Wayne Garrett and John Milner Wednesday night carried the New York Mets to a 3-2 victory over the Philadelphia Phils. NewYarii PMkMpWa abrfcU arbH 5 13 1 Grforkwtz 2b 5 12 0 3 00 0 Anderson rf 3 111 3 110 Brobinaoncf 30 2 1 4 12 1 Luzlnskt If '3 0 0 0 Boone c 3 0 10 Schmidt 3b 10 0 0 Hunton lb 4 0 2 0 Bowa as 3 0 0 0 Twitchell p 2 0 0 0 Tovar ph 1 0 0 0 Scarce p Harmon ph attt Tatala Garrett 3b M Illan2b SUub rf Milner lb Jones If Schneck cf Hahn cf Grate c Harrelson ss M atlack p McGraw p abrbM 4 110 Garr rf 4 000 Pamaa 4 0 4 1 EvamJb 4 000 Aaron If 4 111 Ttpcdlno lb 4111 Baker cf 4 111 JaiMn lb 3000 Can)" ib 1 0 0 0 Lion lb 0 0 0 0 Ckaaaava c 10 10 Morton p 0000 Si 4 t 4 Tatah M tt 14 8 IMMMb- 4 Ml Ol ax- It E-Perei, Thomaaaon. DP-San Francisco 2, AllanU 1. LOB-San Francisco 3. AllanU 8. 3B-Perez. 3B-Maddox. HR-Evana 3 (38). TluNnaaaon (4). Kingman (21), Perez (7), Spekr (10). I» k rerkksa Bryant L 31-11 424U 8 8 1 3 Moffltt 114 0 0 0 2 3 D-Acqulato 1 2 2 2 2 3 Morton W 13 -10 9 8 4 4 0 2 HBP-by Bryant (Johnaon). PB-Sadek. T-2:«. A-5 ,0n. Reds Trim Dodgers CINCINNATI (UPI) —Pitcher Jack Billlngham slammed a three-run touble to highlight a five-run second inning Wednesday night, carrying the Cincinnat Reds to a 7-3 victory over the Los Angeles Dodgers to boost their lead in the National league West tofivegamesl The victory was the 18th of the season against eight losses for Billlngham, and thegangled Reds righthander's double was only his fourth hit of the season ln85at-bats. abrbM CKUSADER GRIDDERS — Panama City Christian School Crusaders open their football season at Apalachicola tonight at 6 p.m., Panama City time, against Apalachicola High junior varsity. The Crusaders are, left to right, back row, Coach Cary Hedricit, Joey Fuqua, Tom Hill, Bob Reints, Bill Shaw, James Abig, David Smith, Keith Sanders, Ted Larson and Coach Harriel Adams. Front row. Randy Neal, Chuclt Barrett, Benny Waterfield, Clay Gangwisch, Andy Thomas, Phil Adams, Pat Jones and James Immel. Crusaders Open At Apalach s ^.vSf! MaMml Na» Yark CkkiM rwiiZripWa C Inetanall U« A«|tlaa . Ian rrandan By ALLEN HARRIS As usual, the Panama City Christian School (Crusaders face another season with very limited depth and a back-breaking schedule against some of the best junior varsity competition In this area. However, Coach Cary Hedrlch has always fielded a very competitive squad that traditionally plays much larger schools on an even basis despite being heavily out-weighed and outnumbered. The Crusaders open today at Apalachicola, with game time sit 6 p.m. This year the CYusaders will have one of the smallest and most inexpei;ienced teams In the school's history. Hedrlch notes that "again this year we will be small In both size and number, but we've gotten used to this and plan to do the very best with what we have. "Our strength is In our backfield," continued Hedrlch, "and overall I think that our team speed as a whole also must be considered a definite strength for our football team." The Crusaders had better be quick this year because the entire offensive line has graduated and the Incumbents lack both experience and size. Seminoles Not Ready? TaUla New Yark 1. 4 00 0 4010 3 0 0 0 4010 4010 2 0 0 0 1000 00 0 0 1000 14881 88I8818M- S 118 88881*- t LOB-New York 7, Lopea 2b Buckner lb Davis cf Ftrguaon c Crawford rf Cey3b Joahua If Ruaacll a Oataen p Shanahan p Falrcy ph H ou|h p Paclorek ph Zahn p IMab abrbM 4 12 2 Roae If 4 0 11 Marfan 2b 4 0 0 0 Pcrei lb 4010 BtKhc 4 0 2 0 Armbriatr rf 3 0 0 0 Faater cf 4010 Manke3b 4 000 ClHnty aa 0 0 0 0 BWlngham p 0100 1000 0 000 1110 00 00 88188 Tatala HR(8). DP-Philadelphla PhlUdelphia 8. ZB-Gunn, B. Robinson. Subu. (Barrett (13), Mihier (22), Anderson SB-Schmidt. S-Mlan, Matlack. 1* k rerb MatUck W 13-U 7 6 2 2 McCraw 2 2 0 0 Twitchell L 13-9 7 8 2 3 Scarce 2 3 11 I4atlack pitched to 1 batters In 8ih. Save-McGrsw (19). T2:42. A-8,4U. Tennis Play Starts Today "B" division action In the "everybody's" tennis tournament gets under way today at 4:30 p.m. at the Mowat Center. Pro Doyle Smith said entries will be taken up to 5 p.m. "A" division play starts Saturday, with mixed doubles Sunday. The tournament Is for players both experienced and Inexperienced. Players may phone 763-4403 or 265-2832 or register at the Racquet Shop, 211 U.S. 231. Entry fee is $3 singles and $4 per doubles team, with balls and trophies furnished. m77 8888888W- 8 888881181- 7 DP-Loa Anialaa 2, Clndnnatt 1. LOB- LMoa Anftlea 5, CIndnnaty t. 2B-Fer|uaan, BllUii|tam. HRLopei (5). S-Blllln|ham, Armbrlaler. If k rerbbaa OUCMI L 18-t 1 l-I 4 S S 3 1 Shanahan 324 1 0 0 1 4 Houih 2 2 2 2 4 0 Zahn 1 0 0 0 0 1 BWlniham W IM 9 8 3 3 1 5 HBP-by BUUniham (Shanaha). PB- Fergwon. T2:10. A-3t ,0a. Foster Wants 2 Guarantees ALBUQUERQUE. N. M. (UPI) -World light heavy- welgtit boxing champion Bob Foster said Wednesday he would need two guarantees before he agrees to become 'the first black fighter to meet a white boxer in South Africa. The first condition, Foster said, is a $200,000 paycheck for a rematch with Johannesburg's Pierre Fourie and the second would be a coftract clause calling for a rematch in the United States within 90 days. Fourie, who lost a unanimous decision last month In his effort to wrest the title from Foster, said he wanted a reniatch and his managers have since been trying to negotiate a deal. TALLAHASSEE (UPI) With a little more than 72 hours remaining before the kickoff of Florida State's 1973 football season, Head Coach Larry B. Jones said Wednesday his Seminoles are not quite ready yet. Cove-Cherry Tops Drummond James Caswell swept right end from 10 yrds out midway through the second period for the only score of the game and then the Cove-Cherry defense took over and completely dominated the rest of the contest as the Seminoles squeaked by the Drummond Park Yellow Jackets, 6-0, Wednesday night In Pee Wee League action at Pete Edwards Field In fact, the only touchdown was set up by a muffed punt attempt. Drummond Park started to move the ball late in the final period as Allen C^rbin threw a perfect strike to Randy Rowell for 16 yards and a first down at the Seminole 44-yard line. However on the next play, Steve Blackman ruined any Drummond hope as he pounced on a loose at the Jacket 49. Billy Mason, Gary Jennings, and Derrick Robinson were the leaders of theSeminoledefense that limited the Jackets to just six yards rushing. Michael Bancroft and Joey Burgans came up with several bit plays for the Drummond defense and were joined by Wesley Barrett, Andy Dogall and Frank Harris to anchor the Jacket defense. "A lot is going to depend on what happens In the next couple of days," said Jones at the first of his weekly pre-game news conferences. "At this stage right now, our team really just isn't ready to play." Ready or not, FSU goes to Winston-Salem, N.C., and faces Wake Forest Saturday night. Jones said seasonal rains, an influenza outbreak, and the remarkable youth of the Seminole squad have combined to keep FSU from accomplishing as much as he wanted to In two weeks of practice. "We don't have any consistency yet," he said. "Our young people are still making a lot of mistakes." Jones said the Seminoles have managed only two days of. practice without any rain, and. Crusaders are pointing toward this has dulled FSU's usually another winning season. Most of the offensive burden will fall on the shoulders of tailback David Smith, who was a starter at the same position last year. Hedrlch describes Smith as "a very hard runner with exceptional moves and good speed." Smith will team with Clay Gangwisch at the running back positions behind quarterback Phillip Adams. The Crusaders will feature a pro set with a flanker this year, switching to a power I formation in the short yardage situations. Hedrlch comnnented further about his offense and explained, "We feel that since our offensive line is so small, we must concentrate on outqulcking our opponents and we also plan to throw the ball as much as we can." All this adds up to an exciting offense with the emphasis on the big play since the young school does not have the power to grind it out on the ground. On defense, again Smith Is tabbed as the key to the 5A set utilized by the Crusaders. Alio Vic Mullet has shown promise from his end and comerback . position. The modest Hedrich wins asked how his teams compete successfully year after year against much stronger teams, and the veteran coach replied: "We just get ourselves In better physical condition. It's the only chance we have since almost all of our boys must go both ways and to be able to do this we must get In the best shape possible." Whatever the secret, the (aidr t. LNM I. itlft _ LM-M^MM I. Mlkl n ti S Tl 71 ,«» H Ti n 411 I mn :m » « 81 .481 tH •ji 81 IT JO* — mm sn i mm m * t4 n M UH It M .4H U first downa Yardsruahing Yards paaaint Mum yardage YAnmcai OaraCterry. Eariyliiiies. lb know us is to love OS. Punta nmblesloat Yardaprnialixed Cm Cberry 8 8 8 U- , DrMMaalPufc 8*8»-8 Cova-JameaCaawHl tOnin (run failed) lU 0 17 04-0 1-19 0 80 1 8 21 a 0 1 25 potent passing offense. Still, he said, the air attack is not going to be as slipshod as it has looked on the practice field some days. "I'm counting on us throwing the football a lot better than some people think," said Jones. "We haven't looked good so far, because every day we've been throwing a wet ball." Billy Sexton and Mark Orlando, both red-shirted last year, will alternate calling signals for the Seminoles. Neither of them has played a minute with the varsity, an indication of the overall youth ' of the squad. Jones said he expects the Demon Deacons, with two lettermen at quarterback and two more at running back, to try to pass against FSU. "They're an unknown element, but we have an idea of what some of their formations might be, from what Chuck Mills ran at Utah State," said Jones. "Coach Mills says he's going to throw, and this is his basic philosophy — as it Is ours." ANAHEIM. CBllf.(Ut>I) ^ Nolan Ryan struck out 12 batters and limited the White Sox to four hits IHididay tilght and the c4llfoilUa Atifels took advantageiofttiree'eitors by Chicago n^kie third haseman Brian Dowiiing to 8 (!6re a 3*1 victory ov^ the White Sdxand WllburWood. Ryan ran his hii American League-leading strikfoMt toUl to 338 in qu«it of Saiidy KiNiax't all-time major leagUie mark of 382 whiffs, "the strikeouts marked the 20th time this season the li^gela^ righthander has fanned lOor more iifi a game to add to his AL lead In that category. Koufax owns ^he major league standard by striking out iO or more21 times In a season.; : Wood, the major leagues' winningest pitcher, yielded only six hiu, in suffering his 19th defeat against 23'wins. OAKLANt) (UPD^Sienn Abbott, a lanl^ righthander who led the PCt In.victories this year, pitched a flve-hltt«r for his first big league triumph Tuesday nlMit ill. kndlng the Oakland Am to a 3a Victory over the Kansas City Royals. The victory gave the A's a six-game lelii In the Ab West. The victo6^ viiflhe s«bMid in a row forith^ A's dver the Royals and reduced the workl champs' division title clindilhg "magic number" to 13. THE NEW SNOOT BO PLATFORM SOLE HAND ANTIQUE SADDLE MANY OTHER STYLES AVAILABLE SIZES 7-11 DISCOUNT SHOES 3l23i .liM .Hwy9t BRADFORD ATTM! I Camimle ItalM0! SPAGHETTI EYEIY THURSDAY I' BRING THE WHOLE PAitflltYl PANAMA PI A/A vN : \,

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,100+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free