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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 14, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 5 _ THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD - Wednesday, February 14, 1973 Mets ivitliin one of Pass Kings hurt Red Devils th share in scoring By PAT SULLIVAN Herald Sports Editor Dave Krook (5) of the Pass Red Devils has the puck tied up in his skates Tuesday evening as netminder Brent Mason looks on. The real concern for the Devils, however, is (14) Don Renner of the Lethbridge Sugar Kings just iPItii r�T^v��:^�* Charlotte 2 , Western International Crinbrook 4 Spakane 3 Western Canada Saskatoon 3 Flin Flcn 1 Calgary 3 Brandon 1 Edmonton 4 Vancouver 3 Manitoba Junior Winnipeg 11 Kenora 8 Saskatchewan Junior Prince Albert 6 Humboldt 4 Regina Pats 7 Notre Dnme 5 Aliierta Junior Edmonton 7 Drumheller 6 . Lethbridge 6 The Pass 5 B.C. Junior Kamloops 6 Vernon 4 BASKETBALL NBA KC-Omaha 132 Houston 118 Golden Stale 103 Cleveland 90 Boston 105 Chicago 101 Milwaukee 110 Detroit 96 Lcs Anqeles 101 Seattle 98 Portland 120 Buffrlo 100 ABA Memphis 95 New York 93 Kentucky 110 San Diego 103 Indoor championships open at Calgary Belkin not that sharp in opening game with Kary CALGARY (CP) - Tony Bardsley of Vancouver and Mike Belkin of Montreal posted first-round victories Tuesday in the Canadian indoor tennis championships but their reactions were totally different. Belkin, playing captain of Canada's Davis Cup team and easily the best player in the country, staggered to a.3-6, 6-2, 6-4 win over Hans Kary of Austria and said he intends to work on his serve today when he has no matches scheduled. Bardsley, No. 2 man in this country's rankings, won two consecutive tie-breakers in �craping through to a 7-6, 7-6 victory over Mike Estep of Dallas, Tex. He promptly declared the victory among the biggest of his career. Both Belkin and Bardsley, notified Tuesday they will be part of the Canadian Davis Cup team at Colombia in a first-round test later this month, recognized the calibre of their opposition here. - "Kary has had tough luck," said Belkin. "He's a good player and he's a left-hander. That makes it rough, especially if you're not sharp - and I wasn't." Bardsley used his big serve-and-volley game and caught Es- tep unprepared. Then, he said, Estep was the best player he had ever defeated. RALLIED AFTER TRAILING. Belkin trailed 4-1 in the third set before settling down. He battled back to tie the clincher 4-4 with his only service aca of the game after they reached deuce three times. Then Kary double-faulted twice and Belkin belted two winners to take the lead for the first time since the opening point of the match. There were six 7-6 tis-brea-kers in the eight games completed on the first day.of the $15,000 toteraational tourna- ment, primarily due to the speed of the courts and the powerful serves of the touring profession aLi. The third Canadian active Tuesday, Peter Bunvash, a Toronto native now living in Hawaii where he coaches, dropped a 6-3, 6-4 decision to fifth-seeded Nick Kalo of Greece. Burwash, who walked out on the Canadian Davis Cup team last year in a dispute with Belkin, drew the largest applause of the night for his sprawling efforts but Kalo was in command almost all the way. Kalo, third-seeded Jergen Fassbender of West Germany and ninth-seeded Ion Tiriac of Romania were the only ranked players active Tuesday. MATCH POSTPONED A scheduled match between eighth-seeded Paul Jerken of the United States and Don McCormick of Vancouver was postponed to today because the run of long matches kept the centre court active until after midnight, more than 11 hours after play opened. Fassbender downed F. D. Bobbins of Salt Lake City, Utah, 6-7, 6-2, 6-3 and Tiriac outlasted Fred DeJesus of San Juan, Puerto Rico, 3-6, 6-3, 6-2. Victor Amayl, a playing partner of DeJesus at Arm Arbor, Mich., dropped a 6-3, 6-7, 6-3 decision to South African Pat Cramer; Jas Singh of India downed Gabriele Marcu of Romania 7-6, 6-3; and Ian Fletcher of Australia downed Tito Vas-quez of Argentina 7-5, 6-7, 6-2. In scheduled play today, top-seeded Hie Nastase of Romania, considered by many the top touring player now active, meets Singh in his first singles match. Five other singles matches and four doubles matches also aro scheduled. Just Arrived! GENERAL STEEL RADIAL PASSENGER TIRES Check Our Prices! ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETE TIRE SALES & SERYICE 402 1st Ave. South Phone 377-6886 or 327-4445 ;