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June 30, 1974

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 30

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TENNIS Garth, Hovorka Named Edgewood Club Pros fii* it tkf fira at u teriet of t*mm.u cotummf io ikf Ctuflie-MuiL It *mt tcrittemfrom * Teuus, !*«-. extvutue director SMIOM Ertuu. emck Edgewood Country Club has named Rick Garth" of Roanoke. Va.. as teaching pro for the summer. He will be assisted by Chris Hovorka of Charleston. Garth. 21. who will be a senior at the University of Virginia majoring in economics and minoring in religion, has played in tournaments for the past seven years. He served as head instructor at Ian Crookeidei's Tennis Camp for two years aid was assistant pro at the Roanoke Country Club in the absence of the pro, Crookenden. Last year he conducted clinics at the Castle Rock and Sugar Loaf Tennis Club in Roanoke and held a special two-week clinic at Camp Wa- hanowin in Toronto. Canada. While in Canada, he played an exhibition before 700 people with Butch Freehauf. one of the leading pros in Canada, and Bobby Orr of the Boston Bruins' professional hockey team. During the recent school year. Garth taught tennis in Charlottesville, Va.. in association with the YMCA. Hovorka is 19 and a native of Charleston. She recently received an associate defree from Marymount College in Boca Raton, Fla., where she attended for two years on a tennis scholarship. She plans to attend Concord College beginning this fall and will study art education. A veteran of eight years of tournament tennis, she was na^ tionally ranked as a junior " player. ! For four years she played on the Charleston Junior Whiteman Cup team and was an instructor at Camp 0-Tahn-agon ; in Wisconsin. Last summer, ; she taught for Tennis, Inc. At Edgewood, Chris will head the junior program with " Rick's assistance. !· * * * . THE CHARLESTON Tennis Club will play Edgewood to_day in team competition, and '·the players will get together afterward for cocktails and dinner. Carbide has started a men's and ladies' league. Information about the league can be , obtained by''calling. Duke Right at ,744-0248 or 727-4410. The Tennis Inc.-summer program is well under way . and is accepting applications for a third two-week instructional period. Ed Welch is the administrator. His number is 342-2451 . - " · · · - . : -« « * . · THE^HIO VALLEY OPEN will be held July 12-14 at the Ritter Park Courts in Huntington. Events will include men's and women's singles, senior men's singles and doubles, and mixed doubles. Entry fee is $6.50 for singles and $10 doubles. ".; Players are limite(I to one singles and one doubles event and each must hold a USLTA membership card. Tournament director is Pete Bryan, Po. box 284, Huntington. 25707. phone 696-5*4 or 522-0841. Information about the tournament can be obtained by calling Charlie Entsminger at 344-6450 or 344-1500. ADULT TENNIS tournaments for the summer include Public Courts, July 13-21; Ohio Valley Open at Huntington. July 12-14: Western Maryland at Mt. Lake Park, Md.. July 31-Aug. 4: West Virginia Closed at Carbide Tennis Club, Aug. 8-11-.West Virginia Open at Wheeling. Aug. 13-17; Guyan Country Club Invitational at Huntington. Sept. 6-8: and Kanawha Valley Indoor at Tennis Indoor Center, Sept. 21-26. USLTA hard court championships, Dallas. Tex_ July Z2-27. boys 12-U, Joan Silvefsleio. 1200 Williamsburg Way. 343-3161. USLTA, Little Rock, Ark., July 22-27, girls 12-14; Ohio Valley doubles tournament July 26-28, Hamilton. Ohio, boys and girls 12-14-16-18, Carolyn Tyree. Rt. 4. Box 322 K. 9W-9679; USLTA, Davidson. N.C., July 29-Aog. 3. boys '4; USLTA. Knoxville, Term., July 29-Aug. 3. boys 12; Western Championships (open), Springfield, Ohio, July 2»-Aug. 3. boys 16-18. Mary Anne Koleske. 1513 Brentwood Rd. 346-5949; Tennis Inc. tournament, Charleston, July 29-Aug. 2. boys and girls 10-12-14-16-18; USLTA Girls 16 championships, Charleston, July W-Aug. 3. USLTA Boys 16-18. Kalamajoo, Mich., Aug. 4-10; USLTA Girls 18. Philadelphia, Aug. 12-17; River Forest Invitational, River Forest, III., Aug. 12-17, Mary E. Vredeveld. 1404 Somerlayton Drive, 343-7022, National City Team Boys, Columbus, Ohio. Aug. 12-18; Western Junior Davis Cup, Knox College, Aug. 16-18, round robin. Ohio Valley Invitational, Hamilton, Ohio, Aug. 19-22, boysandgirls 12-14, Jon Robson, 142? Wilkie Drive. 344-9230; Ohio Valley Invitational, Columbus, Ohio, Aug. 19-22, boys and girls 16-18. Rose Ward, 2119 Stratford Rd., 342-5661, National City Team Girls. Kansas Cily, Mo.. Aug. 19-24; Ohio Valley Junior Davis Cup. Springfield. Ohio. Aug. 23-25, round robin. 18-under, Ohio Valley Junior Wightman Cup. Cincinnati. Ohio. Aug. 23-25. round robin, 18-under. Tennis, Inc. Taking ' Student Applications Tennis. Inc.. is aeceptiag applications from students ages 8 through 18 for its third two-week instructional session, scheduled for July 8-19. Beginners classes are scheduled at Gorman Field. Jackson Street Playground in South Charleston. John Adams Junior High, Herbert Hoover High School. Dunbar High School. East Bank High School, DuPoat High School, and Hurricane High Setw4* Intermediate classes w£§e held at Staunton em«4jiy School. St. Albans High School. Horace Mann Junior High, and John Adams Junior High. Further information can be obtained by calling 348-6864. SUMMER NATIONALS KANAWHA VALLEY DRAG STRIP Route 35 Winfleld, W. Va. SUNDAY JUNE 30th $ 3000 CASH PMZB Victors State champions in the West Virginia Junior Tennis Tournament completed Wednesday at the Charleston Tennis Club are, from left. Bud Vredeveld, 12-and-under; Bob Jacobs, 14-and- under; and John Prokity, 10-and-under. All are from Charleston. Other boys winners were Mark LeFevre. 16-and-under, and Dart Meadows, 18-and-under. (Staff Photo by Lewis Raines) S/S $500.00 200.00 73.00 Mod $500.00 200.00 75.00 E.T. $100.00 50.00 25.00 Pure Stock $100.0O 50.00 25.0O I Five Miles North Off lnterstate-64 Use St. Albans Exit 10 Time Trials 10:00 A.M. to 2:30 P.M. Eliminations 3:00 P.M. Here is a list of junior tour- n a m e n t s in w h i c h local youngsters will play: Junior tournaments, locations, and local chairmen include: Western sectional (closed). East Lansing, Mich., July 1-6, boysandgirls 12-14, Bronson Shores, 119 Swarlhmore Ave., 344-2122; Western sectional (closed), Indianapolis, Ind., July 1-6, boys and girls 16-18, Doris Goldtarb, 1530 Dogwood Road, 346-1603. Western girls (open), Dayton, Ohio, July 8-13, girls 16-18, Bobbie Kruk, 3610 Virginia Ave., 925-1251; Southern Junior, Knoxville, Tenn., July 8-13, girls 12-14, Barbara Thaxton, 933 Piccadilly, 342-4215; Southern Junior, July 15-20, boys 12-14, Julia Jacobs, 914 Chappell Road, 925-9513; Southern Junior, July 15-20, boys and girls 16-18. 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