Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida on September 14, 1973 · Page 16
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Blancas Leads Heritage With 66 New Leaders NKWS-IIKKAfJ), f'iiniuim City, ['la., F'ridiiy. ScptcmlHT M, lira I'IIRC 3B Blackout Bill Is Passed HILTON IIKAD ISLAND. S.C. (UIM) -Moiisiinto Open (imniplon Ilomero HIaiica.s woathcrcd two fain delays 'riuirsday lo flio a rwin(U!i-])ar 61) and take a one stroke lead after the first niiiml of tlie %m,m) lieritaKt' Open ^olf toiir-nanient. {blancas ran in seven liirdies —two of Iheni with 30-foot putts on the final two holes—against only two IniKeys lo edj^e winless John Maliaffey and bif^ .Jim Wieoliers, who each posted f)7's. "FOvery |,'reen has f^'ood i^rass on it," Ulancas said. "They're putting absolutely ureal." F'^ornier West Pointer Bert Yaneey was alone at ()H, hampered by !i double bof,'ey on the par-four lOlh hole aftei' hiltinf,'intowatei'. Grouped at 2-nn(ler 69 over McKay Disagrees With Odds LOS ANGELES (UPI) University of Southern California, a magnificient football machine that ripped through 12 opponents last season, opens defense of its national championship Saturday night and the No. 1 rated Trojans are three- touchdown favorites against Arkansas. "I don't think these odds are in line," said USC coach .John IvIcKay, whose team whipped the Razorbacks 31-10 in its first game last year at Little Rock. "I know Frank Broyles has a young team but I also know that Frank Broyles isn't in the habit of reci'uiting bad athletes. I expect a tough game." McKay, 50, will find it hard to top 1972, a season his Trojans climaxed by smashing Woody Hayes and Ohio State into the ground 42-17 in the Rose Bowl on New Year's Day. Nebraska served notice last weekend that it wants to take away USC's national title by trouncing a highly regarded UCLA team 40-13 at Lincoln. The Bruins are expected to come in second to USC in the Pacific-8 race. "To win the national title," McKay said, "you have to have the right people, have the right schedule, have people knocked off you don't play and be a little lucky. "We have the age old worry about guys who played well as sophomores and juniors realizing that the roa.son they played well is because they worked hard. "They can't stand still. They have to gel better. We won't go too long with a player who's done it before and isn't doing it now. Complacency ruins football teams." McKay's teams have won three national crowns in the past 11 seasons and the Trojans do have the nucleus of their 1972 squad back, including two second team All-Americas as sophomores —tailback Anthony Davis and linebacker Richard Wood. In McKay's I formation, the tailback is practically the whole offense and Davis, a Heisman Trophy candidate, compares with two of USC's great runners of the recent past — O.J. Simpson and Mike Garrett, who were Heisman winners. He gained 1,191 yards and scored 17 touchdowns rushing as a sophomore, the first Trojan sophomore to hit the magic 1,000-yard mark. tAlso in the backfield is Lynn Swann, a flanker who grabbed 27 passes for 543 yards and three touchdowns last season. Swann, a senior, is a Heisman Trophy candidate. the 6,6,'}5-yard [(arhour Town Golf Links were South Afrir.m Gary Player, 'rookie Hr'U Crenshaw, form|'r collegiate footballer Hale jlrwiii, Jerry Heard, Cesar Satiiiido and Hob Wynn. , Arnold Palmer,^veleran .Julius Boros, Ck'oigt Archer- and U.S. Match Plfiy rirnrieriip DeWilt Weaver' whe in a bunch at 70. \ Rain and lig(itning twice prompted tourriatnenl officials to suspend play during the morning, once for an hour and 20 minutes and again foi' 40 minutes an hour ^fter play had resumed. ; Intermittent rain fell throughout the day over the live oaks and loblolly pines that dot this r'esort island off the South Carolina coa.st, but Blancas said the rain helped the greens and his smooth putter. "When you get spike marks and it rains, it v/a.shes them out," he said. iMahaffey, a tour .sophomore looking for his first triurnph, closed with birdie putts on three of the last four hole.s and said: "I'll take it." Wiecher-s, a hulking 6-foot-2, 215 pounds, also had a string of birds, sinking long putts on the third, fourth and fifth holes to deadlock with Mahaffey a stroke off the pace. Yancey, gunning for his first tour win since last year's Amei-ican Golf Classic, .said his round was the kind he had been looking for to get him back on the winning track. "Actually I was lucky with this start," he said. "I've been waiting on this kind of start.'' Player turned in his 12th consecutive round under 70, starting with the pro-am of the Hartford Open two weeks ago, and credited the tight Harbour Town course with keeping his streak going. "This is the best championship golf course I've ever played," he said. "This golf coiir'se has everything. It makes yoM hit all kinds of shots." Iliirni'iij niiiriiiiii XiXtm •Mm Miiliiifffy MXI- (i7 .Urn Wli'rhiTii :i;i;M(i7 llcrl Yamfy XiM -m II 'Ti Cri'iiHhiiw .'ir );H-Bil .liTty llcmrl 'MM -<>9 llnli' Irwin 31 ;)S-6'J Ciiry I'liiy.T ;M-.3r)-f/J Omrr .Siiriirili) :i2-.'i7- B!) IMi WIrrn .I^MW .Sirrn AdiirtiN ;i7;).1-70 <i corKc Arclicr mM-10 JirlliiH lloriid ;i5-.'i5-70 Forrr^nt Fe/.liT 32-.'i(t--70 CirIrT .loni'S .lS-;»-70 Arnrilrl Prilrncr- ;)3.:i7-70 Tom Wiilsnn UcWIII Wfiiv.T Jr. 35:15-70 IVrink ficrird 38-33-71 Don nins .37-34-71 J iirmM Donl 33-30-71 .llm Fi'rrlPlI 36-35-71 lien Grr-..!! 33-38-71 liobhy MllclKdl .34-37-71 Bob Murphy 35-36 -71 Doll Murphy .35-36-71 Anrly North 35.36 -71 Ij?onnrrr Thompson 36-35-71 Larry Zlegler 35-36-71 n on Ccrrudo 34-38-72 Bob Goalby .37-35-72 [Jibron ilnrris .37-35-72 Lionel llcbert .36-36-72 Bcorge Knudson 34-38-72 nik Massengale .37-35-72 .lohnny Miller 36-36-72 Bob Robburg 37-35-72 Mason Rudolph 36-.36-72 John Schroder 37-.35-72 J.C. Snead 37-35-72 A-David Strawn 36.,36-72 B Ob Charles 35-38 -73 Charles Courtney 35-38-73 Richard Crawford 37-.36-73 David Eichelberger 34-.39 -73 Doug Ford .36-37-73 B unky Henry ,38-35 -73 B abe Hiskey 35-38 -73 John Jacobs 37-.36-73 John Jacobs 37-36-73 Odell Massey 35-38-t3 Paul Moran 36-37-73 Dwight NeviU 38-35 -73 Terry Wilcox .36-37-73 Deane Bcman 38-36-74 Garlner Dickinson 36-38-74 Bob Dickson 36-38-74 David Graham 39-35-74 Jerry McGee 38-36-74 Roy Pace 37-37-74 Mike Reasor 40-34-74 Jim Simons 38-36-74 Tom Shaw ,36-38-74 Curtis SKford 35-39-74 Tom Ulozas 36-38-74 Kermit Zarley 38-36-74 Brian Allin 37-38-75 Chris Blocker 37-38-75 Pete Brown 37-38-75 Charles Coody 35-40 -75 Rod Curl 35-40-75 George Johnson 40-35-75 IJirry Hinson 39-36-75 Fred Marti 39-36-75 Dan Sikes 39-36-75 Bob E. Smith ^ 36-39-75 Bobby Greenwood I 39-37-76 Lon Hinkle 40-36-76 Don Iverson 38-38-76 Howie Johnson 38-38-76 Jack Lewis Jr. 38-38-76 Mac McLendon 38-38-76 B ob Menne 39-37-76 Allen Miller .36-40-76 Steve Melnyk 37-40-77 Don Padgett 37-40 -77 Dick Rhyan 38-39-77 Art Wall Jr. 38-39-77 Urry Wood 39-38-77 In Tourney There was numerous changes Thursday in the News-Herald Silver' Trophy f i s Ii i n g tournament. The now leaders include: J a c k C r e vail e - C h u k Youngdale, Panama City, 2H pounds, 8 ounces; shark-Danny Thornton, Panama City, 274 pounds; king mackerel-Youngdale, 29 pounds, 4 ounces. Ba ra cu da-Thorn ton, 21 pounds, eight o u n c r; s ; b 0 n i t a • N 0 r' rri a Watford, Panama City, 16 pounds, 14 ounces; Edward Brooks, Buena Vi.sla, Ga., 9 pounds, 5 ounces; triggerfish-Youngdale 10 pounds, 6 ounces, A.B. Hutchison, Panama City, 9 pounds, 2 ounces and 9 pounds; red grouper-W.R.Clark, Knoxville, Tenn,, 30 pounds; black bass-George Riley, Panama City, 10 pounds, 4 ounces; bream-James Lee, Panama City, 1 pound, 6 ounces. WASHINCJTON (UI'I) -Congress Thursday riished through a ban on television blackouts of .sold-out home pro football games and sent the legislation to the nation's No. 1 football fan, Prc'sident Nixon, for his signature here the 1973 season l)(?gins Sunday. The Senate shouted its approval of the bill within minutes after' the Hou.se pa.s.sed it on a rollcall vote of '.M to .37. Rep. .Jack Kemp, Ji-N.Y., a former Buffalo Bills quarterback, said after the House approved the three-year ban, "I think the Gulf of Tonkin resolution was the last thing that passed the Congress this fa.st." The House amended a Senate- passed bill, then returned it to the Senate to complete action and send it to the White Hou.se for F^resident Nixon's .signature. The measure provides that any game .sold out 72 hours in advance would be televised to hometown audiences, which have traditionally been blacked out. t.'-l'.iough the legal limit of the bill for games this Sunrlay t e c h n i c ;i 1 1 y expir'ed hours before congressional action. Rep. Har'ley 0. Staggers, DW.Va., said the National Football League had agieerl to allow television coverage of .sold-out games this weekend. But NFL Commissioner Pete Rozelle, who strongly opposed the blackout prohibition in testimony before Congress, said Thursday the legislation could turn pro football into "a studio show." The measure was prompted by the popularity of pro football. The Baltimore Colts, for instance, sold out 51 consecutive home games. The Minnesota Vikings, whose stadium seats 47,900, sell mor'e than 48,500 tickets for every home game. The Washington Redskins, defending champions of the National Conference, sold every ticket for this sea.son by early summer and, although their .stadium holds more than 50,000, even many memliers of Congress are unable to get I ickets. The House amended the •Senate mea.sur'e to provide that the blackout cover' a three-year' exper'imental period. The S 'Mi- ate had called for a one-year experiment. Staggers, manager of the bill in the House, said the amendment was made in concurrence with Sen. John O. Pastore, D-R.I., manager of the bill in the Senate. Staggers predicted Nixon would sign the bill as .soon as it cleared Congre.ss. Play Begins In Net Meet Play began Thur'sday in the everyliody's tennis tournament at Mowat Center. Re.sults were: Ken Arrant lo.st to Larry Ker.sey, 6-0, 6-3; Mike Shaddix beat Jim Whitehead; Ronald Kell beat Larry Collier, 7-5, default; Tommy Lewis beat Frank Shaw, 7-5, 6-1; Dean Cox beat Charles Long, 6-4,7-5. Play continues today, .Saturday and Sunday. 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