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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, September 10, 1974

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reign
shot- upset top-seeded Chris Evert
in a stirring semifinal and

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FOREST HILLS, N.Y. P)-- the gritty old lady from Hilton
"I was so high, I felt like I Head, S.C., returned Ameri-
was on cloud nine--I didn't can tennis supremacy to home
know when I might come down," base yesterday with singles
said Jimmy Connors. victories in the U.S. Open
"I had to get in gear-I was Tennis Championships.
afraid until the last point I The 22-year-old Connors -
might blow it," said Billie Jean cocky bold as a bandit and an
King. assassin with a steel racquet in
So, the mop-haired court- his hand-swept past the great
killer from Belleville, Ill., and Ken Rosewall of Australia in 68

minutes
making,

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Then, the 30-yearcold Mrs.! had been favored by most ob-
King, down a set at one stage servers to take the measure
and trailing 3-0 in the final set, of Mrs. King, who in recent
gritted her teeth and ham- months has become more
mered out a 3-6, 6-3, 7-5 tri- deeply involved in publishing
umph over the unpredictable and women's lib interests.
Evonne Goolagong of Australia.
Miss Goolagong, daughter of However, the graceful kinky-
an aboriginal sheepherder, had haired lady from Down Under,
lapsed into too many losses of
concentration and allowed the
highly-competitive American to
fight her way out of trouble.
Billie Jean previously won in
1967, 1971 and 1972.

of devastating
6-1, 6-0, 6-1.

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Concerned Clericals for Action /UAW
invites
to an
CTI N RAYA
SE E U-M Clericals in Action!
H EAR Songs, Jokes, Info!
ENJOY Refreshments! Fun!
Tuesday, September 10
7:00 p.m.
Michigan League
VOTE~w

The new champions, each of
whom received $22,500 cash
prizes plus new automobiles and
other loot, succeed a pair of
Australians - Margaret Smith
Court, now retired while ex-
pecting a second child, and John
Newcombe, who had been beat-
en by Rosewall in the semi-
finals.
The American titles have
been Australian property for
much of the last two decades.
Australians have won the
men's title 13 times since
1956. Mrs. Court had won
five of the last eight women's
championships.
Connors dazed a gallery of a
sellout crowd of more than 15,-
000 with his whirlwind assault
against one of the game's clas-
sic stroke-makers and all-time
great players.
He never lost a service and
permitted the pint-sized Aus-
tralian, whom he previously
had beaten in straight sets at
Wimbledon, only two widely
separated games - the fifth
game of the opening set and
the fourth game of the third
set, both on the Australian's
service.
Rosewall himself became so
discouraged near the end that
his head dropped, his shoulders
sagged and he just shook his
head in disbelief as Connors
drilled shot after shot into the
corners and cross court place-
ments.

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AP Photo
BALTIMORE BANNER ace
Jimmy Connors stretches for
a Ken Rosewall volley in their
championship match in the
U. S. open in Forest Hills,
yesterday. Connors scorched
the aging Aussie in three
straight sets. Billie Jean King
won the women's singles title
by defeating Evonne Goola-
gong.

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