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OP-Oakland 1. LOB- Baltimore 3. Oakland 4. 2B-Etchctarren. 4 0 0 0 Hirrij f t 3 0 1 1 Swither c 0 0 0 0 Vtordph 1 0 1 0 Milterwld c 0 0 0 0 Todd p 0 0 0 0 HPiMp MAIindtr ph I 0 I 0 Hooton p 0 0 0 0 Total AltoM* 37 3 12 2 Decker (L.l-l) Burjmeitr BCampbdl Champion (W.3-1) EdRdgei T.Mgrphy R E R 8 B S O 3 2 4 2 0 0 0 0 3B-Grich. (I). . . HR-B.Robinson 13), Blair IP Grimtley (W.10-7) Hamilton (L.5-2) S Odem 4 WP-Grimiley. T--2:05 H S 0 0 0 7 3 3 0 1 0 0 0 A-32.3H. TOUI MiSwi-2 Atiantt i, Chicago Sa»e-EdRdgei (4). T-2:24. A-I1,5SO. Local Grid Clinic Set 3 Harrison JNkkro Krautse (W.2-2) Friidla Todd H.Pina Hooton Zamora (L.I-2) A football clinic featuring local high school coaches and two players will be held July 15-19 for 8-10 year-olds and July 22-26 for 10-13 year-olds. Coaches at the clinic include George Washington's Steve Edwards. Charleston's Prank Vincent. South Charleston's Homer Criddle and former St. Albans' mentor Sam LeRose. Former George Washington players. Bill Williams and Perry DeBord. will also appear at the clinic. The clinic is approved by the SSAC and will be held at G.W.'s field. Applications are available at local sporting goods stores. For more information call Edwards at 346-8648. Sandy Brae Title Taken By Dennis Tom Dennis shot a 75 Satur- 3 0 0 0 day to defeat Bill Settle for 1 0 0 0 Sandy Brae Country Club's 0 ° ° ° summer handicap title in golf. 1 0 1 0 Settle carded a 76. In member-fuest competi- Carder^) rl 2 0 1 2 tlOH, the fOUTSOme of Joe lay- 34~2*72 lor-Malcolm Coleman-Bill Snodgrass-Bob Byers triumphed with a 53 round. One stroke off the pace was the team of Charlie Watt-Rick Stump-Ben Lepley-Bill Settle. Joe Taylor-Malcolm Coleman-Bill StxxJ- gran-Bob Bycri U Charlie Watt-Rick Stump-Ben Leplcr- Bill Settle M Ken Runyon-Tim Harris-Charlie Scar- berryarl Lytle SS Paul Martin-David Martin-Don Bar- netit-Andy Barneite SS Imnmar Hantfcaii Championship: Tom Dennis d. Bill Settle 7S-76 First flight: Jack Robertson d. David Osborne Second Flight: Bob Graham vs. winner Jefl Myers-Joe Taylor Third flight: Rick Stump vs. Troy Chandler Fourthflight: Ralph Myers vs. Kermit Walker Fifth (light: Larry Fofd d. Andy McCutchen »4-»l WIMBLEDON Etfiaad (AP) - "If* like a 4ream cone tnte," Jkany COMOTS said Saturday after wiaoiaf the raw's siBgies i«Mt$ titk at WinUedoa. "When I was six years old, I dreamed of it happening." When Connors was six years old, his opponent in the 1971 final Ken Rosewall, was at the height of his tennis career, one of the best players in the world. Now almost 40, the little Australian was no match for the hard-hitting American, only 21, and still getting better each year. Connors won easily t-1. 6- 1. 6-4. "In a long tournament and a long match, the advantage goes to the younger player," the disappointed Rosewall said sadly. It was his fourth loss in a Wwhledo* final, the only major title that has eluded him. Always a good loser. Rosewall paid tribute to Connors as "one of the best ia the game. He didn't make any mistakes today. He hit almost every line on the court. He moves very well and few players get the ball back as hard or as often as Jimmy. I just couldn't put enough pressure on him to do well." Connors was delighted with his performance. "I just played unbelievable tennis," he said. "1 never played that well before. Everything went right for me." Connors smiled and squeezed the hand of his fiancee, Chris Evert, the woman's singles champion, who sat at his side. They plan a November weddHf. A delighted Paacho Segura. Connors' Coach, said Jimmy now is the best tennis player in the world. "He's another Rod Laver." Pancho said. Connors, From Belleville. III., now lives in Los Angeles. He has been ranked jointly as No. 1 in the United States with Stan Smith of Sea Pines. S.C. Smith lost to Rosewall in a five-set Wimbledon semifinal in which the little Australian, behind 2-0 in sets and facing match point in the third set. rallied with some of the best tennis ever seen at Wimbledon. The price of Rosewall's comeback victory then may have been fatigue. "Ken. 1 think, was very tired from yesterday's match." Connors said. He played tferee and a half hours against Smith. "Today, 1 got every possible break. I didn't let the wind bother me or anything like that." lyis ferae* Scnrice Ctefcstt*,N.Va.2S3ll Phone 342-1109 NATIONWISE Auto Parts I 0 LOCATIONS 3704 MocCorkU Av«., S.E., Konowho City 925*5271 OPf N' 4932 MocCorkl* Avt., S.W., So. Chariwton 768-0951 Monday through Saturday 8:30-5:30 Thursday Nit* 'til 8 PJM. lANKAMERICJWO. 1 Save-Frisella (5). T-2:45. A-27,257. Grid Tryouts Set The South Charleston Mustangs Western Midget League football team will hold tryouts from 4 to 6 p.m. July 13 at area one in Little Creek Park. I'M Tag Galyean is Giving Away a. 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