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Advantage, kids

With tennis, Hub police get youths off city’s streets

Lamar Pina, 3, of Dorchester listened intently to instructions from a Boston police officer at the Sportsmen’s Tennis Club Friday. Lamar Pina, 3, of Dorchester listened intently to instructions from a Boston police officer at the Sportsmen’s Tennis Club Friday. (Essdras M Suarez/ Globe Staff)
By June Q. Wu
Globe Correspondent / July 20, 2010

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In tennis, how you play can matter as much as the score. That’s one lesson Boston Police officer Frank G. Williams, Jr., 47, stresses as he teaches the game to the city’s most vulnerable youngsters. (Full article: 713 words)

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