The bargaining representative of public school teachers in Charles County was incorrectly identified in the June 20 Maryland Weekly. They are represented by the Educational Association of Charles County, while 333 noncertificated and support staff for the school system are represented by the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees. Also, the Montgomery County Government Employees union referred to in the article has affiliated with the United Food and Commercial Workers.

The Frank Emmet Memorial Schoolboy Championship, which has seen winners the likes of Deane Beman, Ralph Bogart, Bubby Worsham and Bobby Brownell, will run Monday through Thursday at Manor Conntry Club.

Mike Watson of Wootton High and Tom Dunn of O'Connell, last year's winner and runner-up, are expected to play in the 52nd renewal, along with Mike Svec of Gonzaga, Pat Moylan and Steve Woda of DeMatha, Pete Costolanski of Langley and Fred Widicus of Jefferson.

Beman, who played at Bethesda Country Club and the University of Maryland before assuming his present job as commissioner of the PGA Tour, won the Schoolboy in 1955 and 1956. Worsham, nephew of 1947 U.S. Open winner Lew Worsham, won in 1946 and 1947. Bogart, 10-time winner of the Maryland Amateur, prevailed in 1939. Brownell, who won the District Amateur 10 consecutive years, triumphed in 1937.

Qualifying for the low 32 scorers in the 16-17 age bracket will be Monday, followed by match play on Tuesday and Wednesday. The 18-hole final will be Thursday at 8 a.m.

Kim Williams of Potomac and Bethesda Country Club will pass up defense of the Women's District Golf Association championship June 24-28 at International in Fairfax. Williams, winner of the highly regarded Eastern Women's and Women's Southern Amateur tournaments earlier this month, instead will play in the Broadmoor Invitational in Colorado Springs.

Williams, runner-up in last summer's U.S. Women's Amateur, went on to win the women's Canadian Amateur. She is playing a national schedule this summer in hopes of being selected to the U.S. Curtis Cup team.

Williams, who will transfer from Mississippi State to Florida International for her senior year, is an automatic qualifier for this year's U.S. Women's Open, at Baltusrol in Springfield, N.J., July 18-21.

Kim Dickerson, who manages White Plains Park, which includes the 18-hole White Plains course near Waldorf in Charles County, will defend his championship in the Washington Area Amateur Champions tournament at Newbridge near Capital Centre, June 21-23.

Baseball greats Ernie Banks, Roger Maris, Brooks Robinson and Warren Spahn are among the golfers entered in the Michelob Baseball Alumni Golf Series, Tuesday, July 2, at Tantallon. This is the third stop of the new tour that features members of the Major League Baseball Players Alumni Association, to benefit local charities (Special Olympics).

Other former players expected are Bob Allison, Tug McGraw and Lew Burdette. The $300 cost to amateurs includes golf, lunch and an awards banquet. For further information, call the MLBPA.

Ed Dosek of Crofton Country Club has been selected by Golf Digest magazine to assist in rating the top 100 golf courses in the United States. Dosek will serve on a panel of 200, chosen for knowledge and experience in rating courses. Dosek serves on the board of the Washington Metropolitan Golf Association and helped initiate the rating of all area courses, in accordance with a new U.S. Golf Association 10-point system.