Guillory Stuns Gaskin in City Tennis Meet _ t_he men's singles Tuesday night , a t High School park. Guillory was down 5-1 in the alway seeme d to have just enough to inch over the net/Most of Perez proved super j or . Jim Watson and Ed W a t k i n s Glen Guillory pulled off the upset upset of the City tennis tournament by defeating Pete Gaskin, 7-5, 6-2 to advance to the semi-finals of first set but came roaring back to take six straight points and the set, 7-5. Guillory and Gaskin played a "game of inches" in theat Gaskin just seemed to miss his shots and Guillory's volleys of Guillory's points came at the net. The No. 1 seed of the men's division division Carlos Perez advanced with a 6-2, 6-2 victory over Arthur Arthur Adams. Adams played a good game and had a sizzling backhand but the overall court played amarathon first set which Watson took 9-7, and then appeared appeared exhausted in the second set which Watson also won, 6-1. In the other match L. J. Armand defeated Dick Richardson, 6-2, 6-3. In the senior boys doubles Steve Moreno and Ken Lewis, Ronnie Rossitto and Mike Berry, Roger Avner and Joe Cagle and George ;Flournoy and Ron Lusby all ad- . 1 •*!. t' A _ _1 __f _ i . t _ vanced with first round victories. The semi-finals of the senior boys doubles and the men's sin gles will be played at High School park beginning at 7 p.m. In the first round of the women's singles, singles, scheduled for 5:30 p.m. 'Val* erie Stamm plays Marsha Landry. Landry. SENIOR BOYS DOUBLES Steve Moreno and Ken Lewis defeated George Smith ond Tom Wilson/ 6-0, 6-1; Ronnie Rossitto and Mike Berry Defeat' ed Bob Eskrldge and Jamie Hlghtower, forfeit; Roger Avner and Joe Cagle-defeated Cagle-defeated Corf Shetler ond Johnny Brlster, 8-6, 6-4; George Flournoy and Ronnie Lusby defeatea Tyler Fontenot and Vernon Vernon Perrln, 6-0, 6-4. MEN'S SINGLES ! Carlos Perez defeatea Arthur Adams, 1 6-2, «•!; Jim Watson defeated Ed Watkins, Watkins, »-7, 6-1; L. J. Armand defeated Dick Richardson, 6-2, 6-3; Glen Guillory defeated Peter Sagkln 7-5, e-2.