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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 16, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Canada seems to be, bad luck Please don't Ashe me why GESTURE OF DISGUST Charles Pasarell of USA hurls his racket to the court after missing a return from opponent Tom Okker of fhe Netherlands in men's doubles first-rcund play in the Canadian Open tennis tournament at Toronto Tuesday. Pasarell and partner Frank Froehlin of USA won 5-7, 6-3 and 7-6, Okker'a partner was Marly Reasson of Evanston, III. aciiiano wins MONTREAL (CP) Donate Paduano has a big pay day fol- lowing Tuesday night's unani- mous decision over Fernand Marcotle Jr. of Quebec City in a 0-r o u n d light-middleweight fight at the Forum. TORONTO (CP) Tennis 't ir Arthur Ashe did a United SI lies .slale department lour of Africa I wo years ago but if President Nixon ever asked him lo do one in Canada, he'd proba- Uv refuse. 'I should .slay away Irom C never had good luck in Ashe said afk'i- he was upset M, M by unseeded Graham StiUvell of Great Brilain Tuesday in first- round play in ,1 Championship Tennis tourna- ment. Ashe, who was seeded sixth here, lost in the first round in last year's Canadian Open and in the second round of a WCT tournament last year in Quebec City. no use coming to Quebec (where a V.'CT tourna- ment is scheduled April 9-16) because there's no chance." Stihvell, who doesn't consider himself an atlacker, wielded a smoking forehand on passing from (he backccurt and used the stroke aggresively at the net wilh his volleys in recording his first victory in five tries against the Richmond, Va., native. CROWDS ASHE Stihvell crowded Ashe on his service and the gamble paid off as Ihe American got few aces past him. He also put the pres- sure on Ashe from the star by electing to receive his service. Whoever won the toss was go'r.g to receive." the 2G-year- old Briton said the morn- ing match. "It was too early in It e morning lo starl by serving so T let him serve and broke service and went Slihvell, who hsld service all the way, broke Ashe again in the ninth game of the second set with three cros-court winners. Other seeded players fared better. Top-seeded Hod Laver ol Aus- tralia eliminated stubborn Brian Fah-lie of New Zealand 6-3, 6-4; 1 second-seeded Ken Rosewall of Australia ousted countryman Phil Dent 6-4, 6-2, and fifth- seeded Bob Lutz of Tiburon, Calif., beat Aussie Terry Addi- son 6-2, 7-6. A first-round upset also oc- i curred in the doubles as the sec- Psduaio rallied after the ond.secded duo o[ Tcm okker knockdown in the first and stung the Netherlands and Marty Ms opponent in the next two Riessen of Evanston, III., were rounds, jabbing and mining! beaten by the newly-formed The Italian-born Montreal] fighter v.ill collect 22 per cent of a gate of while his ad- versary will claim '20 per cent effective combinations. Mdway through the round, Paduano caught Mar- team of Frank Froehling of Fort Lauderdale, Fla., and Charles Pasarell of Puerto Rico cotte flatfoolod and opened up a cut over the Q U e h i1 c City of the total gate receipts from 11.028 fans. Marcotte, 22, came out swing- Ing in the fight and surprised his opponent with a hard right which sent Paduano crashing to the canvas barely 15 seconds after the fight began. After the fight Paduano, 23, told reporters that the Marcotte j right "surprised me, but il didn't hurt me a bit." "I picked up right there and it was my fight all the way." H'LN IS 1'STII The win was the 23th in 32 fights for the former Canadian welterweight champion. He has lost three aid drew with Mar- cntte when he met the latter in another 10-rcundcr last Nov. 4 Harcotlc, who suffered first loss in 19 fights, has 16 wins and t'.vo draws to his credit. Judge -lean-Claude Thcroux gave Paduano a 49-45 point deci- sion while judges Annand Bns- sette and Bruno Beaudry ruled 48-46 and W-H in the Montreal boxer's favor. 5-7, 6-3. 7-6. In other doubles matches, fighter's right eye which did not Britons Mark Cox and stilwel stop bleeding during the bout. boat Taylor, Great Brit- ain, and Cliff Drysdale, South Africa 6-7, 6-4, 6-2; fifth-seeded Ashe and Lutz downed Roy Earth, San Diego, and Tom Leonard. Los Angeles. 7-6, 6-3, and Addison and Jeff Borowiak, Paduano, at 152'.a pounds, out- weighed Marcotte by three. Marshall Butler of Mont-res! wen a six-round decision over Antonio Durango cf New Yoi-k Joey Durelle of Sorei. Que., claimed a unanimous decision over a York fighter when Roche and John Newcombe 7-6, he defeated Juan Rairns in an 6-4. eight-round semi-final while Today's play, which begins at Montreal's Reynald t'anlin won j 1 p.m. EST. 'calls for the sec- a six-round decision over Pierre ond-round singles draw leading I Deschene of Quebec City. I to the final that is worth S10.000 Los Angeles, defeated the Aus- tralian combination of Tony Cahill sigus new contract TORONTO (CPl Coach Leo Cahill. who last year became Cahill, who directed Toronto Ar-1 the first Argonaut coach voted gonauls to their first Grey C'.ip j Coach of the Year by the head his game in 13 years, has signed a conches of the Canadian Foot- Lhrce-year contract wild Ihe ball League, first joined Argos in 1967. Since then he has a 42- 27 won-loss record in CFL scheduled play and a 5-5-1 play- Football Conference Eastern dub. The new contract replaces his four-year contract which one year remaining. He signed UK four-year deal in pede'rs of the Western Confer- after Argos finished in second encc m last year's Grey Cup place with a 85 record. had off record. had He lost 14-11 to Calgary Stam- I game. MUDDY ROAD AHEAD One contestcril fighti sen of mud in lOO-mMn molorcyclo endurance rcico near Vancouver. The lider. Bob Underbill, plncod locond. (CP to the winner and to the loser. Laver will play Kiochling, Ho- sewall meets Hob Cnnnichael ol I1' r a n c e; Ihird-.SL't'dL'd Okker plays I2lh-sraled liijntwiak who drew Ihe first-round bye; Lulz meets the loth-seeded Pasarell; llth seeded John Alexander of Au.str.'ilKt ni e c t s countryman Fi-cd Stollc; the eighth-seeded Ncwcomhc meets Taylor; sev- en t h s e c d e d Riessen plays Roche and Ninth-seeded Roy Emerson of Australia meets Slilwell. Lulx used his big serve lo ad- vantage in eliminating Addison. Two aces helped him win the bcsl-of-2 points tiebreaker that dec'ided the final set. Short sport BEI.KIN ELIMINATED I Czechoslovakia and Ian Crook- SALISBURY, Md. endcii of Die United Slates. Mike Belkjn o[ Toronto and Hans Kary of Austria H'era eliminaled from the men's dou- bles Tuesday in the national in- rlooi- tennis championships. Belkin and Kary were rie- foaled W, 6-2 in match by Milan Williams., Martin jiml. two PALM SPRINGS, Calif. fAP) 'fiiis is Ihe lime of the year when business personalities axld their names and prestige lo regular pro golf tour events. And, il there's any doubt that it's a big help to the tour, just take a look at San Diego and Tucson, a couple of golf stops that were in trouble until Ajidy Williams and Dean Martin srepped in. Five years ago San Diego offered a purse of sos.noo and was slniggling to do that. The pros were demanding 5100.000 and it appeared the city's spot on Ihe torn- was in danger. Williams was approached as a co-sponsor and accepted. The tournament prospered al- most immediately. He brought a national television contract for the first lime. Top pros expressed new inter- est. It became a money- maker, even with tlw purse bolstered to Martin went into Tucson for the first time this year. Thai on.? also was a little and became an instant suc- cess. The pro-am event on the Wednesday before the tourna- ment proper started drew the biggest crowd in the tourna- ment's history. Again, there was national television the attendant added the first time. Celebrity-connected tourna- ments have proliferated in re- cent years with seven of Ihe tour stops now having show business affiliations. Bing Crosby's national pro- am at Pebble Beach, Calil., is the granddaddy of them all, 31 years old. There also i- Hie Dob Hope Desert Clas- sic in Palm Springs, Calif., Williams at San Diego, Martin al Tucson, the Glen Camp- bell Los Angeles Open, and the Danny Thomas-Memphis Classic. Jackie Gleason also is in on (he act now, with plans for his first Inverrary Classic in Port Laiirtcrdale, Fla. It will be the richest stop on the tour this season, with up for grabs. RAPPORT' "There's always Ireen a wonderful rapport between pro golfers and (he people in show said Doug Sanders. "We like each other. We enjoy the association. I guess you might say the pros are the celebrities' celebri- ties." And what do the celebrities get out of il? For most, il not all, it's a labor of love All have a long association with the game and are frequent, dedicated play- ers. "We like to think we do a good job for said Crosby, whose tournament has raised more than ?3 mil- lion for charitable causes over the decades. NE1V HOCKEY POST WESTBUIIY, N.Y. (AP) Bill Torey, former exceutivo vice president of California Golden Seals, today was named i first-round i Ixmg Island francliise of the Na- Holecek ol tional Hockey League. JOINS D.C. LIONS VANCOUVER (CP) Defen- sive lineman .led Beard, who helped lead Alabama lo three consecutive bowl games during the last three seasons, has sign- ed to play uilh British Colum- bia Lions ol the Canadian Foot- ball League, the club announced today. Beard, G-foot-2 and 235 pounds was an all star in the south- eastern conference last season. In 1970, he played in the Blue- bonnet Bowl and the year be- fore was with Alabama when they went to the Liberty Bowl. Take Off Fat Home Recife ft'a simple how quickly one I slender more graceful curves; if may lose pounds of unsightly fal right in your own home. Make this home recipe yourself. It's easy, no trouble at all nnd costs Jittlc. Just po to your and ask for Naran. Pour this into a pint bottle nnd add enough grapefruit juice lo filJ the bottle. Take two tahlespoonsful twice a dny as needed and follow the Naran Reducing Plan. If your first purchase does not reducible pounds and inches of excess fat don't disappear from neck, chin, nrms, abdomen, hips, calves and ;mliles just return Iho empty botdc for your money back. Follow this easy way en- dorsed by many who have tried this plr.n and help bring bnck al- luring curves and graceful slcnderncss. Nnf.e how quickly blont much _, I, 1 1- Bhow you o simple easy way lo! bet1" you feel. More alive, lose bulky fat and help regain 1 youthful nypeaiLie and active. FEBRUARY MESS LENGTHS Time to begin some of thai Spring sewing and here's a great way to start. yd. Crimplene dress lengths in widths. Assorted designs, assorted plain shades. Long sleeves, first quality Acetate tunic top. Choice of 2-way or key hole collars, long. Assorted prints in assorted MISSES CRIMPKNIT FLARE PANTS JOGGER SHOES PANTY HOSE VALUE 347377447 Seamless stretch nylon wilh nude heel, regular brief. 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