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5F--June 27. 1976 Sunday Gazette-Mail --Charleston,,,West Virginia 38 Ineligible in Public Courts; Entries Limited A total of 38 area players are ineligible to compete in the annual Public Courts Tennis Tournament which will be played July 10-18 at the Gorman courts at Watt Powell Annex. The tournament is cosponsored by the Gazette, the Diamond's Big Racquet'Shop and Tennis Inc. Certain players are listed as ineligible by the tournament committee on the basis of their playing capabilities. "The Public Courts Tournament," said a committee spokesman, "ft planned for the average amateur player. All professionals are automatically eliminated and then the comm i t t e e discusses those amateurs who PUBLIC COURTS ENTRY NAME. ADDRESS. CITY . PHONE Check classes you are entering. Remember you can enter only two classes, only one of which may be a singles. D Men's Singles D Jr. Vet Men's Singles D Sr. Singles D Men's Doubles D Jr. Vet Men's Doubles D Sr. Doubles D Women's Singles D Women's II Singles D Women's III Singles D Women's Doubles D Women's II Doubles D Women's III Doubles D Mixed Doubles fcntrv fee is 82 per singles entrv and $2 per player for doubles. Make check payable to TENMS I.NC. Please send entrv tee with entrv. Tennis balls will be furnished for matches. The Public Courts Tournament will be held July 10-18 at Watt Powell Annex courts and is cosponsored by the Gazette, the Diamond Bip Racquet Shop and Tennis Inc. Send entries to "Public Courts Tournament." in care of The Charleston Gazette. 1001 Virginia St. E.. Charleston. 25::iO.All entries, in both singles and doubles, must be received by 5 p.m.. Julv 7. usually are in the finals and semi-final rounds of most other tournaments in the area and votes on eliminating them." .Named as ineligible to compete in the 1976 tournament are: Scotty Malcolm. David Gray. Scott Barr. Dart Meadows. Tom Hanna. Fred Kellmeyer Jr.. Don Ashmus. Mickey Haper. Mark LeFevre. Sid Davis. Bob O'Connor. Tom von Dohlen, Dave Calvert, Hoppy Shores Jr.. Rick Thomas. Tod Kaufman. John Sciara. John Cerutti. Linda Meckfessel. Viveca Kight, Susan Goodman. Lutfiye Gocken. Kelley Kruk, Lynn Shores, Barbara Hovorka. Katy Colville. Chrissy Hovorka. Judy llanlen. Lynn Fish. Anne White. Susan Hovorka. Karen Fish. Kama Whittington. Janet Haworth. Jamie Baisden. Sherry Shores. Emily Ward and VickiThaxton." Ineligible to play as partners in the doubles classes is the team of Fred Cooley and Dan Taylor. These players may. however, compete in singles classes and with other partners in doubles. In all cases, the tournament committee will be the final judge on player eligibility. Tournament classes are men's singles and doubles, women's singles and doubles, junior veteran men's singles and doubles (for men 35 years of age and oven. Women II singles and doubles (for women 25 years of age and over), senior men's singles and doubles (for men 45 years of ago and over!, Women III singles and doubles for women 35 years of age and over! and mixed doubles. The deadline for receiving all entries, both in singles and doubles classes, is 5 p.m. Wednesday. July 7. Entries must he in the hands of the tournament committee bv that time. Players are restricted to entering two classes, only one of which may be a singles class. In other words, entrants can enter two doubles classes or one singles and one doubles. Entrants should note that this is a change from previous tournaments. The entry fee is S2 per singles and J2 per player for doubles. Checks should accum- anv entries and should be made pavahlo MONTE CARLO. Monaco (API Carlos Monzon. fighting with the arrogant relaxation of an instructor demonstrating boxing fundamentals, outpointed Rodrigo Valdes Saturday night and became the undisputed middleweight champion of the world. It was a deceptively easy fight for the 33-year-old Argentine, who used his advantage in reach, his strength and his insolent style to take an early advantage over the Colombian and consolidate it with a 14thround knockdown. Valdes rushed Monzon through most of the fight but wore himself down in the tangle of Monzon's arms and in punching short when Monzon used his reach to keep Monzon Valdes him at arm's length on the ropes. Monzon. the World Boxing Association title holder, now takes back the World Boxing Council's half of the championship that Valdes had held since 1974. Valdes' fans hoisted him in the air after the fight and the Colombian raised his hands in victory. But there seemed to be no doubt about the decision from the early rounds, when Monzon began to impose his rhythm on Valdes and use the ropes much in the manner of Muhammad Ali anrj his rope-adope trick--Monzon insists the in- ventuion is his--to keep Valdes away. to Tennis Inc. Tennis balls will be f u r - nished to players for their matches. The tournament is open to all players, except those listed as ineligible, in Kanawha and contiguous counties. Trophies will be presented winners and runners up in each class. Tournament play will begin at 9 a.m. on Saturdays, at 1 p.m. on Sundays and at 4 p.m. on weekdays Although every effort will be made lo accommodate players who work or attend summer classes in the scheduling of matches, players must be available to play when scheduled. 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