The Journal Herald from Dayton, Ohio on May 23, 1978 · 7
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I, 1 ULI I lornrtV 7 woniTartniiL, TV's tapes ruin tennis for the fans Psst! Hey, bub. Wanna bet a lure thing, probably with big odds? Take Jeff Borowlak over Jimmy Connors this weekend. Borowiak, a Journeyman tennis player, is a better bet to whip the world's best (or near-best) than Affirmed In the Preakness. Borowlak, you see, has ALREADY whipped Connors (and badly 6-3, 6-0) In the World Championship Tennis (WCT) Shakey's Tournament of Champions at Las Vegas, Nev. The match, . which can be seen all over your television dial this weekend, was played the week of March 20-26. Taped TV matches. Ugh! The Borowiak-Connors match is the second of 15 which are scheduled to be aired weekly on Channels 22 and 12. Or, for cable viewers, Channels 19 and 43. But, If you know who won, what's the point? You don't know who won? Well don't bet against BJorn Borg in this tourney. And Vitas Gerulaitis is a strong threat to reach the finals, THE $200,000 tournament was held the week before this year's Dayton Pro Tennis Classic (DPTC) and one of the 16 participants was former Dayton pro Tim Gullikson. , Gullikson had Just arrived In Dayton for a little R&R before the DPTC when he got an SOS call from his agent, Donald Dell in Washington D.C. "Gully" was needed as a last-second replacement for missing Italian Corrado BarazzuttUHence, Gullikson made a wild trip to Cox Airport, hopped a plane to 'Vegas and lost a few hours later to Cliff Drysdale 6-1, 6-2. So take those factors Into consideration when Tim's turn on the series pops up. Also consider that, for Just showing up, "Gully" made $5,000. But back to the subject of taped TV tennis. ABC-TV will present its third week of 11 taped matches Sunday when Roscoe Tanner beats Gerulaitis 6-7, 6-4, 7-6. Those World Invitational matches were played last fall! Look for Borg to do well In this tour-ney, too, but Virginia Wade nips him for the overall title. ' 1 WHEN BORG WAS shown beating John New-combe a couple Sundays ago In the first World Invitational match, it came only a few days after Borg pulled out of the WCT singles because of a blister on his right thumb. And that's one of the drawbacks to taped events, They're confusing to the public, especially when there are live tournaments going on at the same time. As telecastor Bud Collins told me last year, "I'm totally against taped events ... I myself have been head-to-head against myself on two different networks, which is more than the viewers can bear." Taped telecasts are, Of course, cheap to produce you can whip off 15 shows in a week's time at one location. But wouldn't it be better to watch the finals of this weekend's Italian Open or the upcoming French Open? .r. TV TENNIS has be cut back, buT unfortunately the reduction has comeHn live events. The next live happening won't be untl July 1-2 and 8-9 when NBC carries 10 hours of Wimbledon, (Technically, that Is a delayed "same day" tape but that seems acceptable because of the time difference.) Then there's the World Team Tennis (WTT) All-Star Match July 14, WCT Invitational July 15-16, Louisville Classic (July 30), Volvo (Aug. 6), U.S. Clay Court (Aug. 13) and U.S. Open (Sept. 2-3-4, 9-10). AH muse lournamenis win ena on Sundays this summer. Those live events should prove worth watching. But they "ought to put those taped events in another type of can! '''-;.-" AREA NETTERS who have served recent aces: Doug Kerns compiled a 15-7 record as the No. 1 player for Daytona Beach, Fla., Community College . . . Twins Jim and Jack Kohls won the Region 10 Junior College tournament and will represent the University of South Carolina-Sumter at the National s Junior College championships this week In Waco, ' Texas, . a ' 1 Beth Herr wound up eighth out of 52 girls In the girls 14 singles division of Seventeen magazine's national tournament . .. Ohio University's Tony Torllna, the Urbana Express, almost knocked off Miami ace Craig Wittus In the Mid-American Conference No. 1 singles meet, losing 7-6, 7-6. ' DOUBLE FAULTS: Comebackers John Newcombe and Arthur Ashe are ranked Nos. 21 and 26, respectively, in.the latest Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) rankings ... A "slimmed down" Pancho Gonzalez, weighing in at 195 pounds, beat Rex Hartwlg 6-4, 6-3 in a California Grand Masters finals ... ' Tomorrow is the deadline for entering the Sunday-Monday men's doubles invitational ($12 per team) at the Sidney High School courts. Contact Randy Klauss, 235 So. Brooklyn St., Sidney. McGee medalist in Open qualifier CINCINNATI Mike McGee of Middletown, a member of the Ohio State University team, shot a 75-69 144 yesterday to take medalist honors In the U.S. Open local qualifying tournament at Maketewah Country Club. - McGee headed a list of 10, including Dayton amateur Pete Jacob! of Twin Base Golf Club, who advanced to the Sectional qualifier June 7. Jacobl posted a 73-74 147. Greg Hickman, a pro from Dayton's KIttyhawk Golf Club, came in with a 150 to earn a berth as an alternate. Bair paces Oakwood to AA District crown Rich Bair hit a solo homer and scored three runs yesterday to lead Oakwood to a 9-7 conquest of Edge-wood in the Daytcn District Class AA high school baseball tournament finals. Oakwood will play the Cincinnati District winner Friday afternoon in the Regional, to be played on Edgewood's field. Centerville and Meadowdale moved into today's 4 p.m. Dayton AAA championship game at Howell Field by winning semifinal contests. Chris Lewis four-hit pitching led Centerville past Wilmington 10-0. Pat Reid walked, stole second, went to third on a bouncer and scored on a balk to break a 3-3 tie as Meadowdale edged Carroll 4-3, tennis' ResuItsJ GRAND PRIX WAUANOPEN At Heme, Bly Pint Reund AOrlane fenatta M. Vital Genitaltte l i, hit Men lr tM, Rlcardt lent 4-, M, tl aeul McNamee Out. eVIati Teacher 1-4, ., -!, terry Mow del. Mike httiMth ), 4-1, t t, J ate Hleuerae eX. IK Martin , I'll Gianni Ocleppe oaf. Ha Mm 4 4, e-li Straw Mitten oX. Twtui SmW t-i t ti Ivan Matins M. Nut lavlane 4-1, 1-0, rellreeV Sab GUM-nan bat. Tarn GuMkion 1-4, S-J, 4-4J Brlc DaMlckar Sal. Robert, Um. bar 4-1, 4-7, 4-Ji Iddie Dlbbi Hat. m Strawlak 4-4, M; Jlrt Granat Oat. Tamil Sutnuon ?, 4-4. COLGATE SERIES ITALIAN OPEN At Rama, Italy Writ Raima: Diana Ottfar tat. , OMi Ctlat 4-7, 4.1, 4-2 Janet Nawbtrry Sot DaMala Mariana 4-1, 4-1, 4-4i Pierella Sonlc.lll oat, Helena Anllat 4-), Mi Laura Du-Pant (let, Carolina ttaa 4-4, 4-1, ill Aula Gerulaltli oat. Irli Rleaet 4-4, 4-ll Hai tliterlehner M. Snbtne ttmrnmai M, 7-Sj Marl Pintarava at. Pam Teeauareen 41. 4-t; Marl-ana Ilmkmiw oat. Flerenu Mtoal 4-1, 4-4. WTT LAST NIGHT'S RESULTS San Oleee n. Phoenix at Kansas City, tocemptete Saattla at Anaheim, mcomotata DAYTON AREA QUALIFIER AT WALNUT HILLS COURTS Girts II caniatatlan Knalt - Helot Gevar daf. Krlitln tread 4-4, 4-i. Bovi II Unali - Juthua MarwIH Hat. Ricky Hallan 4-0, 4 0. leva 14 temiAnali Mint Haa-Tial at. Kan Smith J-e, 4-1, 4 4i Gana Haean del. Tarn ROay 4-1, 4-0. Hockey Playoffs NHL Finals SUNDAY'S RISULT eaten 4, Mantras! , QTf ballet, aavan atrial Had 1-1 TODAY'S GAME Saltan at MantraaL IDS pjti, WHA Finals LAST NIGHT'S RKSULT Naw f neland at Wlnniwa, kicsm-etelei Wlnmptt leads aett-et-Hven larlai 1-0 TOMORROW'S OAMI Naw inataml at WinMeei, t am, It decenary IHL Finals TOMORROW'S GAMS' Prep Results BASEBALL Davtan AAA Dutrlrt Cantarvmt lo, wilmlnetan I (lemlfmali) Meadewdala 4, Carral I (tamW. nam Daytan AA Dlitrkt Oakwood I, Eiteewood 7 (ftnalt) Reeular Saaian Nertnmont 4, Tacurmeh I Frankim-Monroa 14, Antanla 0 Wayne 4, Fairmont East 1 Chammada-Julkjma 7, Altar 4 Falrbsrn Park Hall S, Falrbarn Raker I laHbraak 3, Nortbrldaa 0 i SOFTBALL Reuiar Saaum Falrrnant East 10, sttafclni 1 Chaminada-Jullanna 7, Altar 1 Silvan-Pattarian 13, Wilbur Wrlarit 1 i6ce Entries SCIOTO DOWNS FIRST - Pact: Dadali Kim Baaa, Maadow Dtan P, t. Duncan Dlract, Da Duana, Mc Star, Taarra, Irni Charm, Rlckl Rlgrit, O. J. Colby. SECOND - Trail Brtll R, w. W. Caaitown, rhriitl Lm., Soma Na. tian, Uirrh:, Fum, staraa Gay, Junkyard Tom, Baitw Had, Jay cal. THIRD - Fact H Ri Brat Dancar, Courtnay J, Gvpiv Tlma, Rock N Row, Rtadi Kaky, Sklnw Mmla, KrU Kana, MaMa Mim, J. J.'i Gvpiv. FOURTH - Trati starting Scat, , Lait Bamuina, Ca Camplna, Jabn Tha Marrnant, Moan Trip, Bettar Hand, Momar Braokwaod, David Tha Duka, Buckava Smoka. FIFTH - Faca: Mid Jarry, Baa-ray, Crtadt Anay, Saa Mc BruMi, Rod Silk, Gat Sat, Tar z.ihw, Mv Wtaial Turk, Siwd priia. SIXTH - Pica: Camoaundar, Tuin Ma Laaia, Bay Princt, Sparkyi Andy, Baranan Wilma, Yahada Daaan, Bannla Plata, SHvw Similt, Skipntr Litl. SEVENTH - Pact: Ml H.l.n Caates, Shew Em A, Urbana BW-itt, Kltma Hancvar, Rtcatta Day, Prudlai Glnoar, Stratt PvHUt, j, D.'i Kallv. Mudrtd Paiama. EIGHTH - Pact: Ralndaar, Egar, Htra Flaula, llama Ban, Baran Paul, Lady Intrudor, Nancyi . Dailght, Juiunw Scat. NINTH - Paca: Llttla Starltt, Cacky Bay, Fartim Otliotit, Hon-at R. B Griyiin Dab, Miu Shadaw Mita, 1 Mita, iy Charm, ByHna Tlma, Srrlngtima Jay. pom lima - 7 n.m. x . ' (1 i-rtvV':';v' ' 'llllllllllli" v iKW" Florsheim Value S33.9S Sunweaves by Florsheim Casual Flexible. Good looking.' Genuine leather surrounded by a woven strap atop all leather soles Smart cool comfort at a comfortabl price, too! Outstanding in black.--butternut, or white, $33 Oilier Florsneim stylos dorr. $22 95 to $87 FLORSHEIM SHOE SHOPS DAYTON MALL 433-9560 Amertcari Express cards vvelcom along with most major credit cards I ' ' -fW J, -' 1 Walker Brothers and Mr. Goodwrench have a FECIAL or you and your car! Let Walker Brothers and Mr. Goodwrench put your car in top condition for the upcoming holiday. Call 224-1051 now and save. Offer ends May 31, 1978. COMPLETE TUNE-UP GM BRAKES Your choice: disc or drum For 8-cvl.wlh jT JT f'J, 2 J-r J Hav your engine hne- tuned lor better performance and gas mileage. Includes poinla. plugs, con-. demur. Carburetor adjustment, timing, set dwell. -. . . " GM SHOCKS each Installed Featuring Teflon R-coaicd pistons for longer wear. Smooth out your ride . . . add extra life to ttres. Front or rear Brakes' re-pack and inspect front wheel bf annus, inspect and bleed hydraulic system. Machine work extra. LUBE & OIL CHANGE .a A . j Complele chassis lubrl- cation and up to S quarts of multi-grade oil. Save your car's engine . . . change oil regularly. ALL PRICES INCLUDE PARTS AND LABOR! Walker o accepted Call 224-1051 now Offer ends May 31, 1978. RrothrS Bl Oldsmobile GMeUALTfY S2MCE PARTS GEKESAL yOTCfcS HUiTS DIVISION 839 North Main Street Dayton. Ohio 45402 RdC Results lTues.f Moy 23, 1978 JOURNAL HERALD 1 1 RIVER DOWNS eW - Claim., lw,'lill.l! Lar Gamea (Waeari) l.u, 4U, Ij city Itreaker lOarial I, IMi Manitattt Ouaan (Harrlienl I N. SECOND - Mall, I fur, 1:13.1: Da Dan Oav ISaaardM) I0.0, I, OoWen Sua (slaiamayerl ID, S.Mi Arwmat f ickiilve (Cryan) f., Da CituWa - (MO) MIM. THIRD - Claim., a Wtr, Villi Mamnlan Ulvarada) II.M, I.M, 4i Trla sitter (Harrlienl U0, l.lOi Cautln EXCaHini) Oulmiia-I1.SIIH.10. FOURTH - Claim,, 4 fur, 1:12.4: Imaaiitian IdadrMwall 14, I), 4.M dt (Callini) i, iMi k'Oranaa (Yark) 30. f IFTM - Opt. Claim., I mKa and K vm, MSi Aiianlnatar louinl M0, J.0. 3( Irish Mmrdi (MUardl 4.10, J.tOi Angala'i Cnaraar IHairt-anl 1.40. Quinalla-d.lHW.M. WXTH - Oot, Claim , I mm and n vrJs, l;S,l, Hal Eicapaoa (5a. gardlal l.ao, I, l.w, Ad A Sana (Ml-fardl 4.10, li t frm I Bryan) ltd. tlVENTH - Opt, Claim., lur, 1:11.1: 1 warty AVJimatar (Seta) 4, 4, 1.40i Clay Pfceen (Terrat) 4.40, l.Mj Ariel Beau (Mtiolne) 4.40. Qulnaoa (1-4) 441.40. ighth - Anew., 4 fur, lilk Iran Ptaatut I Soto I 110, 140, IKi MtNaUy (Harrlianl 4, 1I0 T, J.'l Pat (OuiH) ISO. NINTH Claim., ivi fur, tiil.li May Tnekl (Coll.) 14.40, 1.40, 4.W; SIHy Gnoit (Mvrat Jr.) U.M, t.40i Blue Damon (Roller) 4 40. Ouinaiia - (3-7) 131140. A - 1,0(1. H - SJ.0, SCIOTO DOWNS f ST pace, l-oa lj Curlatltv A (lvM t.X, 4.M, 3.(0, C f) Yatal (Ramy) II M, l.40i WlWa Oyn O MIM IWIieman) 3.00. TrKada (!$.) 11,07110. SHCONO - Trat, 1:04.11 OKtreit County IRIaala) 4, 1,10, MOi raityi Braaia (BnnkarhaH) HO, 1.40) Flyma PrMcaii (Van Lemep) 4.00, THIRD - Pace, 10S.li Miu War vrd ILUmitard) 110, 110, 1.40; car Uriahe (AdamUy) 110, IKi Rubv Stone (Richarounl 7.40, Qulnaaa (4-i) sv0, FOURTH - Trat, lt.li Fraud Florin (BrkwiamaH) 1S.4D, 14.40, JMl Harper Hill (Relala) k.70, li Raceway Racket (FarrTngian) S.00. OulnaOa-dOISIlllO. FIFTH - Paca, mi Carlamlv RigW (Kirk) l.M, 140, 2.40 Tiffany Lynn (SiaDuld) 4.40, l. iOj Capar Lan (Tacld Jr.) S.00. UumaHa-iMISHM, Iron Pegasus wins CINCINNATI (AP) Iron Pegasus took the lead In the final turn and won by three lengths in yesterday's feature race at River Downs Racetrack. 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