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—The Daily Collegian
WIMBLEDON, England (AP) Bjorn Borg of
Sweden, the defending champion, beat Vitas
Gerulaitis in a taxing battle of wits and patience
yesterday and will defend his Wimbledon singles
title against top-seeded Jimmy Connors.
Borg downed Gerulaitis 6-4, 3-6, 6-3, 3-6, 8-6 in a
back-and-forth contest that wasn't decided until
Borg broke the New Yorker's serve in the 14th game
of .the final set on the All-England Club's center
Earlier in the day, Connors, the 1974 champion
from Belleville, 111., ended the dreams of 18-year-old
John McEnroe, the youngest semifinalist in
Wimbledon's 100 years, 6-3, 6-3, 4-6, 6-4.
The loss was the end of a popular rise to fame by
the lean left-hander from Douglaston, N.Y., who
beat the likes of Sandy Mayer and Australia's Phil
Dent before running into the brick wall that is
McEnroe had come here intent on the juniors
competition but found himself in the midst of the
battle for tennis' most prestigious prize. He lost his
Yankees stop Blue Jays; Reds romp
TORONTO ( AP)
Designated hitter Cliff
Johnson blasted three home
runs last night, two coming in
an eight-run, eighth-inning
explosion, as the New York
Yankees crushed the Toronto
Blue Jays 11-5.
Johnson's homers ac
counted for four runs, while
Thurman Munson also drove
in four with a sacrifice fly in
the third inning and a three
run homer in the eighth,
which also included a solo
shot by Lou Piniella.
The triumph was the
Yankees' sixth in the last
eight games and left them
just one half game behind the
Boston Red Sox in the
American League East. They
were five games out a week
PHILADELPHIA (AP) Mike Schmidt
tied a 30-year-old National League record for
most homers hit in June when he socked his
14th of the month and 21st of the season last
night as the Philadelphia Phillies beat the
Pittsburgh Pirates 8-1.
Schmidt tied the record set by Ralph Kiner
for the Pirates in 1947, but fell one shy of the
major league mark of 15 held by Babe Ruth
in 1930, Bob Johnson in 1934, and Roger Maris
The Phillies helped left-hander Steve
Carlton to hisl.oth victory'against four losses
with a four-run first keyed by • Bake
Mcßride's leadoff triple and a two-run homer
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COLOR T.V. 13" Sylvania
Excellent picture and condition
5140 or best offer. 865 3160 after 8
N I KKOR; auto f-2.5, 105 mm shade
K. 2 filter. Mint, 364.9444
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Paterson Universal developing
tank $5.00, Bogen 11" x 14"
enlarging easel $7.50, 50mm f 3.5
EI-Omegar enlarging lens 57.50.
KAWASKI 400 four stroke, like
new, 2000 miles. Also sailboat,
perfect to learn to sail in, $125.00.
SELLING OUT hobby • 15 lbs
wax, some other necessities
Call Laura 238.5219, leave name
'7l TOYOTA Corona Mark II; air
conditioning, AM-FM, new
paint, high mileage, but in ex
cellent condition, $9OO. 237.8570
after 6 P.M.
AR amp; FM tuner; master
control; 2 AR.4x speakers;
reasonabl • riced. 364.9444
Lafayette amplifier, Glenburn
turntable, Dynaco speakers.
Original over $3OO. $l5O. Also pair
of Fisher XP66KC speakers. 237-
COINS, stamps, paper money,
Americana, etc. Herb Black's
Coin• Stamp Shop. 119 Fraser St.
RENT A TV at any length of time
Economical rates: T S C, 232 S
Friday, July 1, 1977
in Wimbledon semis
to meet Connors
CINCINNATI (AP) Dan
Driessen drove in four runs
and Joe Morgan scored five
times as the Cincinnati Reds
defeated the San Francisco
Giants 11-5 yesterday.
The hot-hitting Driessen,
who has driven in 12 runs in
his last 10 games, raised his
average to .309 with three
singles and a walk. Morgan
walked three times and also
reached base on a fielder's
choice and an error to move
into second place in the
National League with 62 runs
Woodie Fryman, 4-5, who
limited the Giants to two runs
on two hits in six innings, was
the winner. Dale Murray
picked up his second save of
the season with 11-3 innings of
shutout relief. San Francisco
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INSURANCE FOR YOUR
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sonal belongings, hospitalization.
For professional, courteous
service, •hone 238-6633
10• SPEED LADIES BIKE for
sale. Excellent condition. 23"
frame $lOO or best offer. 237-8075
DISCOUNT FILM PROCESSING
Fast Service. The Candy Cane,
128 W. College Ave. by PSU Diner.
PA's LARGEST SELECTION of
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bicycles & sports. One block east
of McDonalds, 480 East College
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bicycles & sports. One block east
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BELLS, HORNS, LIGHTS, locks
and chains for your bikes.
John's Derailleurs bicycles and
sports. One block east of
McDonalds, 480 East College Ave.
CHEAP LIVING! 8 x 32 trailer,
ten minute walk to campus. Call
MUST SELL Laurel Glenn lease
for fall term. 2 bedroom in
Phase I I. Call 237-3871
FOR SALE: 1971 Pontiac V-8, 4
door hard top, automatic, air
cond., good condition & good tires,
radio. Call: 863-0374, after 7 p.m.
MOBILEHOME FOR SALE
10x55. Just one mile from
cam • us. Call 234.8805
FDSB REGISTERED English
Setter puppies. Good hunters,
show quality, mellow, excellent
com•anions. Call an time 355.4023
STUDIO COUCH for sale. $2O. or
best offer. 237.3375
FOR SALE: Iverson 10-speed
bicycle, $6O. Call 234-2663 or 238-
0544. Ask for Bud
COOL YOUR JETS this summer
with a 12,000 BTU air con
ditioner I cannot bear to move to
one more residence. Good con
dition, cools most 1-bedroom apts.
(no sweat) - make me an offer.
COKE, PEPSI B. PACK $1.09
Camping equip. Army, Navy
surplus, Keys, Hardware, Paint,
Student housing, Mobile homes,
Lots available, ED'S DISCOUNT
1655 N. Atherton 237-5112
GARAGE SALE: beds, plants,
furniture, etc. 452 Marlyn Ave.,
just behind the Holiday Inn.
Saturda , Jul 2, 10 A.M. to 5 •.m.
MOBILE HOME, 12 x 60, 2-
bedroom, one mile from
cam • us. Call 234.3490
chance when his serve failed him, double-faulting
three times at game point in the first two sets.
But McEnroe said he was not disappointed. "I
didn't think Connors played all that well, and , I
thought I had a chance, but he won all the big
points," said McEnroe, whose father, John Sr., had
flown in from New York to watch.
And Connors agreed that the youngster had no
need for disappointment. "If I'd played like that at
his age, I'd be proud of myself," Connors said. "He
tried to make shots from impossible angles and
starter Ed Halicki, 7-7, took
ATLANTA (AP) Darrel
Chaney's run-scoring single
off Los Angeles relief ace
Charlie Hough in the bottom
of the ninth inning gave the
Atlanta Braves a 5-4 victory
over the Dodgers last night.
With one out, Burroughs
walked and went to third on.
Biff Pocoroba's double to set
up Chaney's winning hit off
Dave Lopes hit a two-out,
two-run homer off Phil Niekro
in the top of the ninth to give
Los Angeles a 4-3 lead.
MONTREAL (AP) Lee
Mazzilli streaked home from
third with the winning run on
by Garry Maddox. Larry Bowa singled home
Mcßride, took third on Schmidt's single and
scored on a sacrifice fly. Schmidt tallied on
Maddox' seventh homer.
Phil Garner's seventh homer cut the lead
to 4-1 in the third, but the Phillies scored
twice off Pitttsburgh starter Odell Jones, 2-3,
in the third and two more against Larry
Demery in the fourth.
Bowa singled and stole second in the third,
scoring on a single by Greg Luzinski. Tim
McCarver's two-out single produced the sixth
run. 'Schmidt's- homer -in the fourth scored
Mcßride, who had singled, stole second and
advanced to third on an infield out.
SINGLE BED, desk, dresser,
chest of drawers, dinette, hide
a-bed, sofa, new living room suite.
PORTRAITS: you, your friends,
your family. Drawn In charcoal.
Always a good gift. Jeff, 466-7510
FENDER TWIN reverb amp, 2-
10's, great condition, 10 years
old, $295. Vic, 237.1900
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THE MUSEUM STORE .
• Musetirn of Art .•
• Tues:- Sum''. 12•:5`
PLYMOUTH, small block 4 speed.
Fits 6 and small 8. Clutch and
hurst linka • e too. Call 234.4321
1969 REBEL STATION Wagon,
89,000 miles. Tires and gas
mileage good. Inspected. $600.00.
HONDA XL2SO on and off the
road. 2300 miles, excellent
condition. Helmet included. Call
1969 FIAT 124 SPYDER.
Excellent mechanical condition.
Body good new tires, top. Nice car
STEREO REPAIR. Expert
service on stereo, hi-fi and
electronic equipment. Campus
Stereo • Service, 237-9134
TECHNICS SU-7600 amp. '4l
watts- channel. Less than one
yr. old. Bob, 237-4083
GUITAR (ELECTRIC): Les Paul
copy - good action - $9O.
Marlboro amplifier - excel. cond. -
$lOO. Superfuzz box • almost new .
$25. Call Paul, 234.4447
TURNTABLE GARRARD, 42M
$40.00. Call 23 •1354
Mike Vail's roller in the ninth Mazzilli, who entered the
inning as the New York Mets game as a pinch runner in the
came from behind to defeat seventh, led off the ninth with
the Montreal Expos 4-3 last a double off Montreal's Steve
night. Rogers, 9-7.
Major league standings
W L Pct. GB
Chicago 47 24 .662
Philadelphia 40 32 .556 7 1 / 2
Saint Louis 41 33 .554 7 1 / 2
Pittsburgh 39 34 .534 9
New York 31 42 .425 17
Montreal 30 42 .417 17 1 / 2
Los Angeles 50 25 .658
Cincinnati 40 33 .548 8 1 / 2
San Francisco 34 43 .442 16 1 / 2
Houston 33 43 .434 17
San Diego 32 46 .410 19
Atlanta 28 47 , .373 211/2
Montreal 5, Chicago 0
Los Angeles 13, Atlanta 7
Cincinnati 5, San Francisco 4, 11
New York 5, Philadelphia 3
Pittsburgh 9, St. Louis 1
San piego 7, Houston 4
Cincinnati 11, San Francisco 5
New York 4, Montreal 3
Atlanta 5, Los Angeles 4
Philadelphia 8, Pittsburgh 1
St. Louis 2, Chicago 1
Only games scheduled
Today's Games ,
New York (Matlack, 3-8 and Todd, 2.2)
at Montreal (Bahnsen, 1.2 and Stan
house, 4-7), 2, t-n
Pittsburgh (Candeleria, 8-3) at Phila
delphia (Kaat, 3-5), n
Chicago (Bonham, 8.6) at St. Louis
(Forsch, 9-4), n
Atlanta (Collins, 1.6) at Houston
(Richard, 6-6), n
Cincinnati (Norman, 8.3) at San,Diego
(Shirley, 6-8), n
Los Angeles (Rau, 7-1) at San Fran
cisco (Williams 3.1), n
212 E. Calder Alley
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lies 75% disco 25% oldies
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Coming Next Week
, "Shandygaff-itti Week" July sth through 9th
Tues., Wed. & Fri Nights Stevie and the Six Packs
Thurs. & Sat. D.J. Original Golden Oldies
desperately wanted for coming
year. Jersey resident homeless!
Call Kathy Collect anytime: (201)
PLACE TO LIVE fall term only.
Female. Close to campus. Call
Terri, 2341 146
MALE ROOMMATES. Own room
In country house. Prefer arts
crafts oriented people. Jeff, 466
COINS, stamps, paper money,
Americana, etc. Herb Black's
Coin-Stamp Shop. 119 Fraser St.
ACTOR NEEDED for a short film
project, experience not
necessary. Contact Steve at 234-
HOUSING CONTRACT wanted:
female student desires housing
contract. Please call collect (717)
235.4555. Nina Jaasund, RD 1, Box
64, Glen Rock, Pa. 17327
two bedroom Apt. or house needed
for fall, moderately priced,
close to campus. Call 234-1237
after 5 pm
HAPPY BIRTHDAY Jake, when ..,,
it comes to being great, you 1 "
stole the cake, and all of my heart SMALL REFRIGERATORS for
forever. Sticker _ rent. $lB. Unlimited Rent-Ails
140 N. Atherton 238.3037
INTERESTED IN low cost let
travel to Europe and Israel?
Student Travel Center can help
you travel with maximum
flexibility and minimum cost. For
more info call Toll Free (800) 325-
KATHY, I lost your phone num
ber. Please call me regarding
article. Diana Younken: Colle• ian
Everyday 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. for
research, referrals, and raps on
homosexuality, sexual minorities,
and •a lifest les.
sometimes they come off, like they did in the third
Connors, playing with a thick bandage on his
fractured right thumb, , said the hand "felt good
enough. I can handle it for one more day."
So it's a Borg-Connors final Saturday. Borg, 21,
dropped four sets on his way to the final. Connors,
24, lost five.
The duel between Borg and Gerulaitis, 21 of
Howard Beach, N.Y., fought at a sizzling pace for 3
hours, 10 minutes, was the finest seen on the center
court in years. At the end, 15,000 fan's stood to give
both men one of Wimbledon's greatest ovations.
McEnroe, his long fair hair fastened with a white
headband, played on the center court for, the first
time and confessed he was a little overawed.
"It looked so big much bigger than the other
courts," he said. "I was nervous at first, before I
Virginia Wade of England plays Betty Stove of
The Netherlands in Friday's women's singles final.
SUPERVISED RIDING (english
In exchange for house•yard
farm work. 355-1012
TYPING - accurate copy at
reasonable rates. 1-day service
often available. Experienced
thesis t .ing. Call 355.7886
MARIJUANA, sex and health. A
scientific report. $3. Health
Re.orts, 59.215-P Kenui, HI, 96712
EL ESPANOL: Es ,su idioma
Nativo? Visiting actor learning
Spanish needs native Spanish
speakers to record basic sen
tences on cassette for personal use
only. No experience necessary,
fee negotiable. Call 237-5010
mornings before eleven
GO INTO business for yourself
Part-time money making op
portunity, call Lucy, 238-7400
Great ex • erience
TEAMS, Dorm Floors! I can
save you money on custom
printed T-shirts, jerseys, wind
breakers, team bags. All gar
ments premium weight and
quality domestically made,
beautifully silk screened. (We do
not use transfer papers.) Fast
service, low prices. Phone
Wearhouse Inc., Bill Butler 234.
LOW COST FLIGHTS to Europe
from $259. Israel from 5469. plus
Africa and the Far East. Call Toll
Free Europe Int'l Ltd. (800)223-
GO INTO BUSINESS for yourself
Part-time money making op
irtunity: call Lucy, 238.7400
W L Pct. GB
Boston 41 31 .569
New York 42 33 .560 1 / 2
Baltimore 39 36 .520 31,
Cleveland 36 35 .509 4 1 / 2
Milwaukee 36 38 .486 6
Detroit 34 38 .972 7
28 45 .384 131,2
Minnesota 42 32 .568
Chicago 40 32 .556 1
Kansas City 38 35 .521 3 1 / 2
California 36 35 .507 4'
35 37 .486 6
32 41 .438 9 1 / 2
34 45 .430 10,,,2
Cleveland 11-3, Baltimore 8-5
2nd game 10 innings
Detroit 7, Boston 2
Seattle 3, Chicago 1
Milwaukee 1, Minnesota 0
Texas 4-1, Oakland 0.4
California 7, Kansas City 0
" Yesterday's Games
Cleveland 4, Baltimore 2, 6 1 / 2 innings
New York 11, Toronto 5
Boston at Detroit, ppd., rain
Only games scheduled
Baltimore (Palmer, 8-8) at Boston
(Cleveland, 6-3), n
Texas (Alexander, 6-5) at Toronto
(Byrd, 0-1), n
Kansas City (Splittorff, 6-5) at Cleve
land (Waits, 5-0), n
Detroit (Hiller, 4-8) at New York
(Torrez, 8-6), n
Minnesota (Butler, 0-1) at Chicago
(Knapp, 6-4), n
Oakland (Mitchell, 0-2) at California
(Ross, 2-5), n
Milwaukee (Haas, 4-5) at Seattle
(Wheelock, 4-4), n
Bjorn Borg follows through on his forehand to smash a return at Vitas Gerulaitis
during their semifinal match at Wimbledon yesterday. Borg won and will face
Jimmy Connors in the men's final. Connors defeated John McEnroe.
Penn State net club tourney
features 18-year-old battles
Bill Pilardi of Pittsburgh and Mary Beth
Pasqualicchio of Erie each scored im
pressive victories in the 18-year-old singles
competition finals at the 3rd annual Penn
State Tennis Club Junior Tennis Tournament
Pilardri, equipped with good shot place
ment and a strong serve, breezed past Dan
Craig of Altoona m straight sets 6-1, 6-4.
In the girl's 18-year-old division, Mary
Beth Pasqualicchio won hands down over
Debbie Spinazzola of Altoona, 6-2, 6-1.
"It was my ground strokes that won it for
me," Mary Beth said. "I tried to keep her
Pasqualicchio lost in the finals of last
year's tournament, but had little trouble
The tournament, sanctioned by the United
States Tennis Association, drew more than a
hundred participants in the 18-, 16--, 14-, and
12-year-old age groups.
Six players from Puerto Rico were the
most interesting contestants. The group is
making a tour of six tournaments in the mid-
VOICE AND guitar. Taught by a
recording artist now living in
the area. Beginners accepted. 238-
2660. Best time to call, 9-10 A.M.
MILLS TYPING, printing,
copying, binding. Student
discounts. Complete thesis work.
212 East College Avenue. 234-3511
TELEVISION SERVICE CEN
TER, quality repair and sales
on Zenith-Sony products. 232 S.
Allen St. 238.6021
IBM Correcting Selectrics for
rent. Low rates. Long or short
term. Unlimited Rent• Alls 140 N.
PORTABLE washer-dryer ren
tals. Long or short term. Free
delivery. Unlimited Rent-Ails, 140
N. Atherton 238-3037
PASSPORTS WEDDING POR
TRAITS Applications. Beese
Studio, 200 West College Ave., 2nd
EXPERT TYPING of all kinds
Especially theses. Near cam
pus. No calls after 10 •.m. 234.0653
EUROPE flexibly ana inex•
pensively. Call European
Fli•hts toll free, 1-800.848-0786
RELAXING and healthy for
mind, body, and spirit, for ap•
pointment, call 234.3533 any day
WELL established area
manufacturer plans to diversify
seeks new technical products to
develop and sell in mechanical
electro-mechanical field. Want
proprietary products sold fo in
dustrial and research markets.
Reply to President, Box 590,
il u tTy ' a
'SDICE STAGECOACH RAYS'
On the Diamond
' Dinners Daily 5-10 P.M,
Room for private parties
Excellent wine list
Sandwiches til 11:30 P.M
Bar Service tlI 1:30 A.M.
BEAUTIFUL spacious, 2.
bedroom, furnished mobile
home. Bus service. tieaf fur.
TRAILER FOR RENT starting
Jul . Call 238.3208
SUBLET 1 bedroom apt. for Aug.
$lOO. Occupy after July 10. Rent
paid until Aug. 1 237-3375
LARGE apt. in quiet neigh-
borhood. 1 bdrm., furnished,
July-Aug. sublet. Immediate
occu • anc - chea.. 238.7729
Atlantic states. The Puerto Ricans, who were
having great success, suffered a setback,
yesterday as two of the players lost in the 12-,
In other early action yesterday, Ben
Shoboken of State College rolled over Evan
Johnstone in straight sets to win the con
"I knew I couldn't stay back and hit with
him," Shoboken said after the match. But
with Ben's bullet serves and crisp net volleys
there was little chance for the long rallies.
In the only other final Thursday, 12-year- -
old Lisa Wagner defeated local talent Janet' ,
Whiteside for the girl's 12-and-under division
The majority of the action today will be
final in singles for 14- and 16-year-olds and
semifinals for the doubles in all age groups.
All matches are played at the varsity
courts next, to the Ice Pavilion and the tennis
building. The action starts at 9 a.m. today
and is free to the public.
1 1 9 S: Burrowes St. (Calder Alley)
Penn State's Original Disco
Open 1 Opm-2am Mon-Thurs. 9:3opm Fri. & Sat
WANTED TO RENT
EFFICIENCY apartment within
walking distance to campus.
Starting June. $135.00 per month.
$1.50 off $1.50 off r,
I ) ( I Any Picture Frame S I
. in Incite, enamel, N., II
( D wood, metal, ( 0
1 0 mirrored, and co I
. i• 10
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I Dan Brody Studio .
! 106 S. Fraser St. 1 1 ,
151.50 off $1.50 off I
IPS MIMI RINI IMO ill Mill MIME Mil MN
HALF OF 2 bedroom apartment.
Pets allowed. Rent negotiable.
Call Karen 238-0256 after 5:00
OWN ROOM IN APT. cheap for
summer with fall option. Call
MALE ROOMMATE wanted fall
1977. Apt. one (1) block from
campus, 4110-month. Call after 5
P.M. 237.0805, ask for Matt
VET OR grad to share my apt.
July, August only. Call 2381859
THREE BEDROOM, FUR
NISHED apartment; free cable
TV, utilities Included, bus pass,
'pool available September. 237.1010
must have all correct answers,
and will be announced July 5.
EVERYBODY KNOWS a man's
best friend is his do•.
FURNISHED TWO BEDROOM
close to campus,immediate
occupancy, fall option, laundry,
parking available. 238.4739 238.
LOST, STOLEN or STRAYED -
my big, black umbrella seems
to have been mislaid. Will
whomever left the Phyrst with it
on Fri. night, June 10, kindly leave
it in Room 7, Carnegie. No
retribution or reward, lust instant
karma is forthcomin •
LOST: GRAY CAT with white spot
between eyes. About 1 1 / 2 years
old. Call 237.5146
TI SR-51 Calculator needed
desperately. If you found it,
please call 865-9485. Ask for Rick
—Mike Van Dine ',
LOST SMALL female, light
orange cat near Laurel Glen, 6-
19. Answers to "Ylckity Split".
BLACK CAT with white markings,
female, one year old, reward.
Call 234.4791 or 237.0927
BROWN AND WHITE Beagle
puppy lost at Old Main lawn:
STEVE FOUND A nice cassette
tape Friday night on the golf
course. 237.4667 after 5
EXOTIC TEAS and COFFEES
Largest selection. The Candy
Cane, 128 W. College Ave. by PSU
RIDE NEEDED to Trenton, N.J
to leave Thurs. 12 noon or Fri
NEEDED TO East Cheltenham,
Philadelphia: Friday, July Bth.
Call 238-3216. Also, female come
Colorado, California with
COFFEEHOUSE, 415 E. Foster!,
Ave. closed Friday night. Tirri'
Craven performs Saturday night.
Shows at 10:00 and 11:30 P.M.
Open mike 11:00 and 12:30 P.M: w•
Performers welcome. No cover,
can help you buy, sell,
rent, sublet or find