Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on June 30, 1976 · Page 20
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Evonne The One To Beat' WIMBLEDON, England (AP) Billie Jean King, a Wimbledon champion of champions, has definite ideas about who is going to succeed her as the women's singles champion. She doesn't actually come out with a prediction, but Evonne Goolagong Cawley is the first name that Billie Jean mentions. "Evonne is the one to beat. I've always said that." Mrs. King won her sixth Wimbledon' singles title last year by beating Evonne, then announced she was retiring from singles play. "Chris Evert is the most totally professional," she says. "Virginia Wade thinks she can win. Martina Navratilova, I don't know. She's fourth on my list." Miss Evert, of Fort Lauderdale, Fla., the 1974 Wimbledon champion and 1973 runnerup to Mrs: King, meets Miss Navratilova, a Czechovaklan exile now based in Severely Hills, Calif., in the semifinals Wednesday. Mrs. Cawley faces v Virginia Wade of Britain. Billie Jean, who has won 19 Wimbledon titles in singles, doubles and mixed doubles, is still alive in the women's doubles that could make a 20th championship. Elizabeth Ryan of the United States won 19 Wimbledon championshps in the period from 1914 to 1934 — 12 women's doubles and 7- mixed doubles — but never the singles. Mrs. King has won ,her 19 championships in an 11 year period. She teamed with Betty Stove of Holland Tuesday to defeat Laura du Pont of Charlotte, N.C., and Wendy Turnbull of Australia, 6-3, 6-3, in the women's doubles quarter-finals. But she and Alex Mayer of Wayne, N.J., were eliminated from the mixed doubles by Bob Hewitt and Greer Stevens of South Africa, 9-7, 3-6, 6-2. The men's singles came down to the semifinals Tuesday with Roscoe Tanner of Lookout Mountain, Tenn., upsetting Jimmy Connors, of Belleville, 111., the No. 1 seed, 6-4, 6-2, 8-6. Raul Ramirez of Mexico beat Vitas Gerulaitas of New York 4-6,6-4,6-2,6-4. Hie Nastase of Romania eliminated Charles Pasarell of Santurce, Puerto Rico, 6-4,6-2,6-3. Bjorn Borg of Sweden ousted his off-court buddy Guillermo Vilas of Argentina, 6-3, 6-0, 6-2. . There are no former champions left in the men's singles and Tanner is the only surviving American. In the semifinals Thursday, Tanner pla"ys Borg and Ramirez meets Nastase. OaksContinue Sizzling Pace Marinaro Bids Vikes Adieu- Hopes He'll Run for NY Jets HEMPSTEAD,-N:Y. (AP) — It is a simple axiom of football that for a running back fo be effective, he must be allowed to run, Ed Marinaro never quite understood why toe rule didn't apply to him. "I got to the National Football League as a running back," said Marinaro, "but then, I didn't get the opportunity to run." - . Marinaro spent his first four NFL seasons in Minnesota, where the offense is spelled Chuck Foreman running and Fran Tarkenton passing. He left that routine behind Tues- day when, after playing out his option with the. Vikings last season, he signed a one-year' contract with the New York Jets. He comes to the Jets after his most productive NFL season. Given a regular starting job for the first time, he caught 54 passes for 462 yards .as Foreman's backfield partner. But he had only 101 • carries for 358 yards. That is about seven attempts per game, not nearly enough for a running back to prove anything. "To be effective, a running back has to be given the ball," AUTO RACES Super Modified SAT. MITE JULY 3 Late Model Stocks 8 p.m. JIMMY HARKNESS MEMORIAL 8 p.m. Sunday Night July 4 "Mid—Season Championship' Late Model Stock Cars Dodge City he said. "Unless you establish yourself as a runner, your position in the starting lineup is always threatened. You never have the opportunity to relax as a football player." Marinaro considers 15 carries per game the kind of diet a running back should be fed. Marinaro never had to worry about getting the ball at Cornell, where he set ,an ' NCAA rushing record by gaining 4,715 yards in 27 varsity games. "In college, I ran from the I- formation," he said. "In that, you run to an area and find what's there. In the pros, I had to adjust to the split backfield. At first, I was not disciplined enough to run to the hole. In time, though, I learned." Coach Lou Holtz, delighted with the acquistion- of^ Marinaro after losing free agent running back John Riggins to Washington earlier this month, said the Jets might try the I with Marinaro as the tailback. Marinaro is a native of New Jersey and-he said that was a major consideration in his selection of the Jets. "I have always wanted the chance to play in New York. I've got a^ lot of friends and family here and I'd like to finish my career here." DISCOUNT CENTER A I Hopes You Have Safe And Happy Bicentennial Holiday! Sure To Get Your FREE BRAKE CHECKUP! Brake Stop Discount Center' Our brakes are fully guaranteed for 1 year or 20,000 miles. 1107 ^;«!»rar^^ E. Fulton 275-6666 "No Appointment Necessary" Owls, Hawks Snare Meet Victories More action was completed Tuesday evening-here in the annual Skyline League . tournament. Skyline play is slow-pitch softball for boys of ages 12 through 15. All eight. league teqms are in the week-long single-elimination tourney. It is being played on Southeast Field of the Peebles Ball Complex. j ' A final inning of a game delayed by darkness from Monday evening was completed Tuesday. It saw the Owls defeat the Cardinals 1211. The Hawks downed the Eagles 16-8 to complete first- round play. All four first- round losers were eliminated from further tourney play. Tuesday's last game was a semi-final contest. It saw the Falcons score 5-2 over the Ravens. Only game slated today is the other semi-finals: Owls against Hawks at 6 p.m. Two games Thursday wind down the four-day meet. Bpth Thursday contests will be on the Northeast Field, instead of Southeast. At 6 p.m., Thursday; comes the tourney's third-place game: Ravens against the loser of today's Owl-Hawk contest. At 7 p.m. Thursday is the tourney-title game: Falcons against the Owl-Hawk winner. Sports In Brief TENNIS WIMBLEDON, England Rosco£ Tanner upset favored Jimmy Connors 6-4, 6-2, 8-6 to join Raul Ramirez, Hie Nastase, and Bjorn Borg in the men's semifinals at the Wimbledon Championship. HOCKEY TORONTO — The World Hockey Association announced it had approved the transfer of the Toronto Toros to Birmingham, Ala., and realignment of the league next season into two divisions. GENERAL BROKEN BOW, Neb. — Fifteen quarter horses and one pony worth an estimated $50,000, perished when an early- morning fire gutted a barn at the Custer County Fairgrounds. Scott Hunter Says He Will 'Unretire' MOBILE, Ala. (AP) — Veteran quarterback Scott Hunter says he will end a two- year retirement and join the Atlanta Falcons of the National Football League this fall. A star with Alabama in 1970, Hunter was drafted by the Green Bay Packers. He is a four-year veteran of three teams. He quit football after the 1973 season to return home and run for the Mobile County Commission, he lost, but says he will keep his home in the county and try again. Hunter said he hasn't signed a Falcons' contract yet, but they are very close to terms. Denver Team to Play G.C Bison A standout American Legion junior baseball team . from the Denver area will be in Garden City this weekend to play a series of five games at Clint Lightner Field. The Coloradans will face the Garden City Bison squad here, sponsored by the American Legion and the City Recreation Dept.' Jerry Chandler is managing the Bison this season. Managing the younger Mustang group are Ron Hopkins and Darnell Michel. Coming here will be the Arvada Realtors squad; Arvada is a suburb of Denver. Last year the team competed in the annual Colorado State Legion B Tourney. A number of team members also compete in baseball for Arvada West High School in season. That school has won five of its last seven league races. Steve Wycoff is coach of the Arvada boys. To date they have an 8-2 league record. They are 10-4 overall. Friday's games at Lightner Field will be at 6 and 8 p.m. Saturday's contestts will be at 4 and 6 p.m. Only one contest (2 p.m.) will be played on Sunday — to allow the visitors A Resolve To Serve. Philip .C. Vieux for County Attorney. Paid for by P. C. Vieux. —Pol. Adv. ample driving time to return home Sunday night. Some members of the younger Mustang group may also compete in the weekend series. Admission for the games will be $1 daily, $3 for the whole five-game series. By The Associated Press Jack Kucek pitched a four- hitter Tuesday night to lead red hot Iowa to a 5-1 victory over Wichita and move the Oaks to within one and one- half games of Omaha in the American Association East. Omaha won the first game of the twin-bill behind the shut-out pitching of Mark Bellinger to de'feat Denver 5-0. In the second game the Bears' Stan Papi chased in three runs and Dave Gronlund pitched a five-hitter to down the Royals 5-2, Oklahoma City increased its lead to five games in the West behind John Montague's ninth victory as the 89ers pounded Evansville 9-2. The cellar dwellers in both divisions split a doubleheader with Indianapolis winning the opener as three pitchers teamed up to blank Tulsa, 4-0. The Oilers bounced back in the Page 23 Garden City Telegram Wednesday, June 30,1978 second game as Luis Alverado and Mike Easier both crashed homers en route to an 8-2 dunking of Indians. Iowa's victory, its tenth in eleven starts, was assured In the fourth when the Oaks scored three runs on four singles. Wichita's only run came in the fifth on doubles by Roy Dunn and Doug Stodel. Ballinger won his third straight game for Omaha since being called up from Jacksonville with a four-hit gem. Papi did the trick for Denver with a single and a double while Gronlund gave up two runs in going the seven inning distance. Montague got strong support as his Tulsa teammates turned in five double plays and collected eleven hits. LEARN SELF-DEFENSE * Ju-Jitsu * Kung-Fu Classes Start July 6, 1976 * i; 7 p.m. Garden City Community College Gym Enroll Now! •"COUPON-NEW FRESH DATED Kodak Kodacolor Film C110-12 Exp. or C126-12 Exp. FOR INSTAMATIC CAMERA LIMIT 5 ROLLS Kodak sug. '"ret. price $1.60 Coupon good one week. Mellers Photo Drive-In in Garden City On Taco John's Parking Lot '•-.;. --.. • <:; 303E.Kansas -M-.»,».*. 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