Cheering Fans Upset Rosewall Lutz Calls Win His Best Ever; Ashe Struggles WIMBLEDON, England (AP) - ? The crowds at Wimbledon can help to defeat a tennis star > - evea a cool old campaigner like Ken Rosewall. . Tbe ' 34 - year - old Australian, ; upset ' by Bob Lutz . of Los Angeles in the third round Thursday, confessed that for the first .time in his career the fans disturbed his concentration, The thatch was on Wimbledon's No 3 court, where the fans can wander in and out without paying extra admission money. The paths on either side were jampacked as Rosewall slid to defeat. "I was conscious of the fans jostling and pushing to try to see the match," Rosewall said. "They were watching the scoreboard as well as our; match. They cheered sometimesi when Graham StilweU got a - .point against Arthur Ashe." Lutz said, "It was the best win of my career. I have idolized Rosewell, and a couple of years ago I never thought I would ever play against him, leave alone win." "Bob has come out of the blue and has suddenly hit the top. — v Zignz Checkz Az 'Gonzales' WIMBLEDON, England Wi —Is it Richard "Pancho" Gonzalez or is it Richard "Pancho" Gonzales? "The correct spelling of my last name is with a final z," he said, "but it has been spelled by newsmen with a final s for so long that now I must sign my checks that way. From now on just make it Gonzales." BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) Only - one seeded player remains in the men's field of the South ern Tennis Championships going | into semifinal play. Jamie Press! ey of Palm Beach, Fla., seeded No. 4, eliminated Mike Machetti of Beled - Rosewall said. "His same is sol. id and he doesn't have any marked weaknesses." The fans, who watched Lutz triumph over Rosewall 8 - 6, 7 - 9, 6 - 3, 6 - 2 were just a part of the 30,000 who thronged the all - England club. Enthusiasm for tennis is sky high here— partly because of the publicity given to Pancho Gonzales' victory over Charlie Pa - sarell. Ashe, still struggling to find his form, won a jittery match a Pa ns1 S . we. 6 - 2. 6 - 2. ifr 15, 12 - 10. But another leading American contender, unseeded Cliff Richey of San AngeLo, Tex., went out 6 - 2, 4 - 6. 5 - 7, 4 - 6 to Bob Carmichacl of Australia. However, the rest of the American contingent had a great day. Gonzales, of Los Angles, showine no ill effect from his oDenine - round marathon with Pasarell, whipped Ove Bengtsson of Sweden 6 - 4, 6 - , 3. TODAY'S MEN'S SINGLES Third Round Rod lam. Australia, defeated Jan I L.schly* DenmarJt, 6 - 3, t - s, o - s. Fr*d Stotle, Australia, defeated Holowk, Ciecbosloi/akiB, t - z, t> *, Tom Okker Netherlands, tie RJthard Crealy. Australia, +4, 6 - : John Neweomtw, Australia, de Mai Anderson, Australia, 4 - 2, M, Clark Graabrter, New York CTs Tony Roche, Australia, detested Hans Roy Emerson, Auslrall*, defeated Nicky Kalogeropoulos, Greece, 7 - i, b - j, Slsn Smith, Pasadena, Calif., defeated Bill Bowey, Australia, 36, 9 - 7, 6 - 3, * - 4. LaiTv Dickson, defending champion of the U. S. Auto C!ub< els, Washington Coitrthousfl, ;uniman. Suterburg, |Dwa; Dale Breedlove driver) of , JOHN NEWCOMBE STRETCHES TOO FAR IN WIMBLEDON ACTION It'll Never Go Three Games GOLFCARTGRAND PRIX In E - K Tourney DAYTONA BEACH, Fya. W - Man your carts, gentlemen! It's time for the first annual USGCRA Grand Prix of Endurance. The USGCRA? It's the newly formed U.S. Golf Cart Racing Association, whose aims are to spoof the sport of auto racing. Rememher the Mail Will Never Fly Memorial Society? THE GRAND PRIX will be ran on the mart course of Daytona International Speedway, one of tbe nation's speediest circuits, prior to the July 4 Medal of Honor Firecracker 400 stock car race. Total prizs money is not to exceed $17. The ground rules call for a LeMans start, with drivers sprinting across the track. Each driver will earn' a golf bag and he'll have to strap it into position on the cart before starting the engine . . . er, ah, motor. Each cart will have two drivers and a change during the event is mandatory. According to Myers, there are several don'ts listed in the rales. One of them prohibits one driver from assaulting another with a golf club. A crowd of 50,000 is anticipated for the USGCRA's first event. Many of them probably will stay around for the Daytona Firecracker 400. Only One Ranked Player Remains I era, Calif., 6 - 4, 6 - 2, Thursday Unranked Bob Brien of Syd ney, Australia, meanwhile, was! [ousting fifth - seeded Paul Gerk - en of Norwalk, Conn., 7 - 9, 7 - 5, E - 4. ■ Brien had upset the second - ! .ranked player in a match Wednesday while F. D. Robbins of Salt Lake City, was ousting the top - ranked player. Robbins meets Charles Owens of Tuscaloosa, Ala., today to battle for one of the semifinal berths with Presslv and Brien. Pancho Walthall ot Trinity, Tex., University plays Turner ; Howard of Knoxville, Term., for other semifinal berth. Three games tonight open the three - dav Elk - Kanawha fast pitch softball tournament scheduled at Bigley Field. W Discount of Logan pi ays Pinch at 7 p. m., Heck's battles Pomeroy. Ohio, at 8 p. rn. and Lairds Bombers take on National Cable of Logan at 9 p. j Saturday's schedule sends Cincinnati, Ohio, against Save Snnnlv at. 7 n. m.. Marietta Ohio, against Martin & Tabor' at and Amherst Coal of Logan against Chillicothe, Ohio, j at 9 p. m. Huntineton Elks and Hunting ion Bar Mart drew first round ;hves'and won't see action until Sunday morning. Following ;their games, the quarter - finals, ! semifinals and finals will be played, all on Sunday. Girls' Ball Game Scheduled July 4 A softball game between girl all - star teams from Boone and Kanawha counties will be played July 4, beginning at 2 o'clock at Chesapeake. . The Boone County all - stars: Libby Lucas, Glenna Holstein and Cathy Lucas, Danville; Sharon Peltry, Carol Courtney and Lib Caps, Ashford; Lauretta Gohcnour. Fay French and Brend. Rollins, Sharpies; Nanet ta Peters, Nancy McKinney and Cariette Aunn, urgas. Manager are Howard Hendrix and Car - mel Barker. Kanawha County all - stars: Sonja Harmon, Bcv. Sigmon and Gancie Leffeur, Chesapeake 1; Debbie Rogers, Rcgina Fugate and Linda Robinson, Dawes; Lillic Gray, Janet Thompson and Frances Johnson. Chesa peak If; Pansie Johnson, Mari lyn Diair, jHiue nuusuu, yiliuc O'Daniels, Elaine Connctt and Barbara Arthur. 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