Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on July 23, 1972 · Page 41
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Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, July 23, 1972
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.*U--July 23, 1972 'Sunday Gazette-Man Vlr,inl» SolomonWins In Davis Cup SANTIAGO, Chile (AP) Harold Solomon of Silver Spring, Md. outlasted Patricia Cornejo of Chile 9-7, 4-6 6-1 36, 6-2 Saturday to give the United States a 2-0 lead in the American Zone final of the Davis Cup tennis tournament. Solomon, split with Cornejo the first two sets on Friday before darkness called a halt to "lay at the Stade Francais Country Club. Despite some trouble with his right thumb, the Rice Univer- ..; tennis star played the next t.jree sets Saturday against :niejr) with fast passing shots and constant scrambling about - ciay court to opposition the Chilean. ..'ornejo was playing well. But ..-.spite a rapid mix of smashes ·.:d lobs to both corners, Sclo- mcn seemed to be always in .'·3 right spot to receive them. Doubles Postponed A scheduled doubles match featuring Stan Smith, the winner of Friday's first singles match against Chilean champion Jaime Pinto-Bravo, and Erick Van Dillen of San Mateo, Calif, was postponed until today. The match was postponed because Cornejo was named with Jaime Fillol, 25, to play in tb Chilean pair and tennis officia saia Cornejo should be rested'. The postponement thus pu off the final two singles match es until Monday, although th U.S. is the favorite to win th doubles and thus clinch the f nal. The winner will meet the vie tor of the European Zone fina also underway this weekend i Barcelona between Spain an Czechoslovakia. 7-0 Shutout Is Pitched By Morgan j Philly Girls Defeat City Team, 6-3 Philadelphia girls used sweep of the doubles matches to defeat the Charleston girls' team 6-3 in tennis playoff action Saturday at the Tennis Indoor Center. The win gave Philadelphia a berth in the National Cities Team Championships in Kansas City, Mo. Aug. 14-20. But the local girls didn't go down without a fight. After Diane Atmao, Barbara Jordan and Lynn Koth gave the Philly team a 3-0 lead with single wins, the local trio of Jamie Baisden, Kelley Kruk and Sherry Shores evened things up with single victories and made the three double matches all important. Philadelphia von the first doubles match in straight sets and Miss Armao and Miss Greenfield clinched th« win with a 7-5, 6-7, 6-0 win over Judy Hanlen and Janet Hawortb. Slnftw Dion* Armso, Philadelphia, d. Janet Hi- worth, Charleston 6-1, 2-4, 6-2; Barbsrt Jordan, Philadelphia, d. Vlveca Klght, Charleston 6-1, 6-1; Jam!* Baisden, Charleston, d. June Greenfield, Phlldelphlt, 2-6, 7-5; *-3; K»ll«y Kruk, Eidrldge, PhllwMlphM. , Ch.rlMlon, d. Jem *-3, *-0; Lynn Koth, Philadelphia, d. Judy Hanlen, Charleston, 6-4, 6-2; Sherry Shores, Charleson, d. Gall Ramsay, Philadelphia, 44, 6-4, 4-3. Doubln Amao Greenfield, Philadelphia, f. H»- worth-Hanlen, Charleston, 7-5, 6-7, 6-0; JordarvKoth, Philadelphia, d. Kruk-Bsis- den, Charleston, 4-6, 6-2, 6-1; Eldrldge- Wendall, Philadelphia, d. Kniotit-Whlttlng- ton, Charleston 6-4, 6-4. I HUNTINGTON-Windell Mor rison's run-scoring single in th fourth inning was all pitche Brandt Morgan needed to hur the Kanawha Valley Senio Babe Ruth team to a 7-0 win MORGAN MORRISON over Huntington National Satur day in the state tournament ai St. Cloud Commons. Morgan, who gained fame this past year at St. Albans High by pitching two straight no-hitters 'ired a two-hitter at the Hun tington club and struck out nine .0 send the locals into the finals of the consolation round Saturday night in the double elimina- ion tourney. A win S a t u r d a y night against Huntington American would put Kaniwha Valley into the finals this afternoon, needing two straight wins. M o r g a n and Huntington's Gary Kincaid were in tigh 1 pitching duel until the fourth when Morrison broke the ice with his RBI single. Kincaid collasped in the fifth giving u| ive runs including a run-scoring triple to Tommy Carr. Kaiuwtia Valley ... OM 1» 1--7 » 1 Huntington National MO WO 0--0 1 2 Morgan and Francis; Kincaid, Fife (5) nd Hilton, Meridlth (5); Hitting: K- rtorrlson 2-4, Carr 2-3 Including triple, "rands 2-3. H--Bowman 1-3, Bunwtt 1-3. Wife of Former Senator Carts Home 25-Inch Set Mrs. Barbara Jones, 4612 Normar Road, South Charleston, whose husband, Jack, pitched for the old Charleston Senators of 1955, '56 and '57, won a 25-inch color TV set in a drawing Saturday night at Watt Powell Park. She had 15 tickets and, according to Charlie business manager Regis Cole, Mr. and Mrs. Jones are regular Charlie fans. Jones is now « captain in the South Charleston Fire Department. SWEET 16S Tennis Buffs, Girl Watchers Dream at Girh 16 Tourney By Jerry Tipton Tennis buffs and girl watchers can see plenty of their favorite sports beginning today at the Charleston Tennis Courts as the seven-day National Girls' 16 Championships gets under way. Matches will begin today A NEW LITTLE MISS TENNIS? Jeanne Evert Eyes Sweet 16 Title 9 a.m. at the Charleston Tennis Club and Carbide Tennis Club as ninety-six girls from across the United States and Mexico . compete for the title Laurie Fleming of Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. won last year. Miss Fleming defeated Marita Redondo of National City, Calif. 7-6, 6-4 for the crowd, but she" too old to stage a title defense Instead, Miss Redondo has returned for her third attempt a the elusive championship and is seeded number one. In 197C she made it to the quartern nals before losing to eventua champion Chris Evert 6-2, 6-4 Miss Evert's younger sister Jeanne is seeded number two and hopes to continue Ft. Lauderdale's recent domination of the tourney. Chris Evert and Laurie Fleming, the 1970 and 1971 champs, were both from the Florida city. Of the last five tourneys, Florida has won two and California three and there seems to be little chance of breaking the two- state domination this year. Eight of the first 10 seeds are from Hunt Has 72 at Kanawha Bob Hunt Shot a 72 SaturdaV=rt. Pressman and Bryant. 10:20, »Eav- - enson, Madge and Garret). 10:30, Wll- o take the lead in the champ- onship flight of a 36-hole stroke lay golf tournament at Kanawha Country Club. Bill Lickert, Jr. trailed with 75. The final round will be ilayed today. Jack Stephenson and S. Wilson tied for the first flight leac' =on, Stephenson, Lanham and Martin. 10:40, Huber. Malor, and Fischer. 10:50, Frisk, McClure, Mollls and Pennington. 11 a.m., Hcnnekes, Seston, Pace and Kellev. 11:10, Gleason, Brown, Hoffmanr and Krcbs. Louisville Hurler Going to Boston BOSTON (AP) - The Boston with 75 rounds while Bill Lan| Re ? f ? ox , announc ed Saturday v, j TM r, . ,,. , , l tral the y have acquired veter- had a 79. /acK Nicholas an righthander Stan Williams from their Louisville farm team. leads the second flight with a 8, followed by John Kaemmerer with an 80. Bill Gleason is the! Williams, 35, has pitched in I the majors with the Los Ange- jles Dodgers, New York Yan- hird flight leader with an Today'! Pairing* 10 a.m., Nicholas, Kaemmerer, Parons and_ Basham. 10:10, Hunt, Lick- kees, Cleveland, Minnesota and St. Louis. OPENINGS IN JULY AUGUST! BOYS'SUMMER CAMP ---- BASEBALL SCHOOL ----· Learn finer points of baseball from Ted Kluszewskl (Cincinnati Reds Coach) and winning college coaches. Six diamonds (3 lighted), automatic pitching machines, and complete facilities. Established in 1961. F o r m e r c a m p e r s e a r n e d c o l l e g e scholarships and professional contracts. ALSO. 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However, the Florida girls might have an advantage of the clay girls courts here, play mainly California on hard courts where the ball moves more quickly while the clay courts will slow down the booming shots and help the defensive and constant vollying games of Jeanne Evert and the rest of the Floridians. No admission is charged and the public is invited to view action in the singles, doubles, consolation singles competition. and doubles Sherman Gridders To Undergo Exams SETH--Football candidates at Sherman High School should report to the school gym at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday to undergo physi- :al examinations, coach Mickey Brown said. Sears AUTO CENTER Brake Special 49 88 *. 4-Wheels Mosl American Cars This Week! What Sears will do! · R e l i n e all 4 wheels and turn , and true d r u m s . Rebuild wheel · cylinder, check master cylinder and road test. ' 40,001) .Vlile Guarantee * ol Including !)!*· Brake* Sears. KoHtuck And Co. PHONE 344-1711 REVOLUTIONARY! 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