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RedSox Receive Big Jolt BOSTON AP)-Carlton -;'-Fisk. the Boston Red Sox - All- catcher. hobbled home for knee surgery Saturday, probably lost for the season in a crushing blow to the club's American League pennant hopes. The 26-year-old slugger, a "hard luck" victim since spring training suffered severe ligament damage to his left knee Friday night as the Cleveland Indians pulled out a 2-1 victory with two out in the ninth inning. Leron Lee. scoring the win- n i n g run on George Hendrick's double, crashed into Fisk as the 6-foot-2 receiver reached for a high relay throw to the plate from shortstop Mario Guerrero. Public Courts Tennis Players Have 11 Days Left to Enter siagies fÂ» CARLTON FISK .Way Kv Out fur Season Grimacing in pain, Fisk was carried from Municipal Stadium in Cleveland and taken to Lutheran Medical Center, where he was held overnight. Doctors gave a gloomy report before they placed the leg in a cast. Eleven days remain to enter the Charleston PuMk Courts Tennis Tournament which will be held July 13-21 at the Gorman Annex courts near Watt Powell Park. The, tournament is eospon- sored by the Gazette, Tennis Inc. and the Diamond's Big Racquet Tennis Shop. Play will be in nine classes--men's, women's, junior veteran and senior singles and doubles and plus mixed doubles. Junior veteran classes are for men 35 years of age and over and senior classes are for men 45 years of age and over. However, players eligible for the junior veteran classes may play in regular" classes if they wish and senior players may choose to compete in junior veteran or regular classes instead of their own. any case, contestants nay e*ter m MÂ«re tfcsa Â«*e siigles class a*d tÂ«Â« 4e*Me$ classes, or if BO siigtes are ea- tered. three doubles classes. Ealry fee is $2 for singles awl $1.50 per player per eve*t for doubles. A doubles team, in other words, would owe $3 for the team.) Tennis balls and towels will be furnished and awards will be presented winners and runners up in each class. Players living in Kanawha and contiguous counties are eligible to enter. Any question of eligibility will be determined by the tournament committee. * * * FORTY-NINE area players have been listed by the tournament committee as ineligible for Public Courts competition. Ineligibility was determined on the basis of these players' records in tournament play. Since the Public Courts tournament is designed for the average player, the elimination of these better players will make for a more open tournament. Players who can't compete are: John F. Santrock, John W. Santrock, Harry Moore, Hugh Thompson, Scotty Malcolm. Dr. David Gray, Dr. Paul Francke, John Williams, Fred Kellmeyer Jr., Scott Gordon, Steve Parsons, Marc Parsons, Eddie Ray. Don Ashmus, Bob O'Connor. Skip Pilsbury, Tom von Dohlen, Dave Calvert, Ron Sloan, Hoppy Shores Jr., Rick Thomas, Scott Barr, Dan Logan. Jay Gruenbaum. Dart Meadows, Mickey Hager. Tod Kaufman. Linda Meckfessel. Patty Baisden, Martha Thornhill", Susan Hovorka, Jane Butts. Barbara Hovorka. Karen Fish. Viveca Kight, Katy Colville. Kama Whittington, Susan Goodman, Chrissy Hovorka, Janet Haworth. Lutfiye Gokcen. Judy Hanlen, Jaimie Baisden, Kelly Kruk, Lynn Fish. Sherry Shores, Kitten Stone, Beverly Weber and Anne White. In addition, Fred Cooley and Dan Taylor and Ike Smith and Sid Davis are bared as doubles teams. These players may en- aÂ«d 4 p. IB. Â«* ttfeiUavs. he We ore having a SIZABLE SALE on summer merchandise 1022 Fourth Ave. (304) 523-7651 1 HUNTINCTON,W.VA. Williams, DeBord To Help Grid Clinic PUBLIC COURTS TENNIS TOURNAMENT Entry. Form July 13-21 at Gorman Annex NAME. ADDRESS. George Washington High football stars Billy Williams and Perry DeBord will be instructors at the Kana'wha Valley Football Coaches Clinic. G.W. coach Steve Edwards said. Williams will talk on the quarterback duties and passing while DeBord will discuss playing end and pass receiving. Both w i l l attend the University of Kentucky this fall. Edwards is in charge of the c l i n i c w i t h help WILLIAMS from Char- leston High coach Frank Vincent, South Charleston coach Homer Griddle and retiring St. Albans coach Sam LeRose. The clinic will be held over a two-week period in July. The first week, July 15-19, will be for boys ages 8 through 10. The second week, July 22-26, is for boys agps 11 through 13. T,he clinic is slated from 6 to 8 p.m. each evening ai George Washington High. The fee for a full week is $7. All phases of football offensive and defensive fundamentals will be discussed, Edwards said. CITY.... PHONE YEAR OF BIRTH (if entering junior vet or senior class) Entering classes (check appropriate boxes): ( j Men's singles ( ) Women's singles . ( ) Junior veteran men's singles ) Senior men's singles ) Men's doubles I Women's doubles ) Junior veteran men's doubles ) Senior men's doubles ( ) Mixed doubles If you know the name of your doubles partner(s) please list on a separate sheet of paper. . Entry fee is $2 for singles and $1.50 per person for doubles. 'Tennis balls and towels will be furnished. Please send entry fee with entry. Make checks payable to "Tennis Inc." Deadline for receiving entries is 5 p.m., July 11. Entries should be sent to "Public Courts Tournament," in care of The Charleston Gazette, 1001 Virginia St., E., Charleston, W. Va. 25330. NA1IONWISE Auto Parts All PUKES EFFECTIVE THRU SATURDAY Monday thru Saturday 8:30-5:30 1 PRAM- PH8A LONG LIFE OIL FILTER ---^^TMe^^^MÂ«^^^M Motorcraft HAWK PRO-AM DWELL TACH TESTER FKAM, MOTORCRAFT or OIL FILTER LEE Off kid State Inspection Station No. 3997 Kanawha City Store Only #762 for 4, 6 or 8 cylinder engines. 6 or 12 V. Pos. or neg. ground. RPM 0-1200. 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