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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 5, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 1O iHE ItTHMIDGt rtenAlD iiiurtdoy, July 5, i9 RIGHT ON TARGET FOR 1975 SPORT Canucks, 'Stars inking players VANCOUVER (CP) Four more playe.'s signed Na- tional Hockey League contracts with Vancouver Canucks today including left-winger Don Tan- nabill, a 22-goal scorer in his rookie season last year. Short sport WEN'S JUNIOR TITLE LIGNANO, Italy (AP) Jac- ques Kacbichian of France bat- tered Carlos Duran and won the European junior middle- weight boxing title Wednesday when the referee stopped the bout in the ninth round. The fight was stopped after Duran was knocked down for the sec- ond time. AUSTRALIAN ADVANCES ELJE, Scotland (Renter) Kel Nagle, 52-year-old Austral- ian, sank a 35-foot putt on the final green to beat Roberto de Vlncenzo of Argentina by one stroke in a senior golf playoff Wednesday. Nagle, who will meet Sam Snead of the United States for the world senior crown Sept. 9, had a 72-hole to- tal of 270. CONDITION STILL GOOD STROUDSBURG, Pa. Al Unser, injured in the Shaefer 500 auto race last Sunday when his car smashed into a wall, re- mained in good condition in hospital Wednesday. He was ad- mitted for neck, head and leg injuries. Tollestrup second top team scorer HAVANA (CP) Despite an outstanding performance by 23 year-old Bill Robinson of Van- couver, Canada lost 7W9 to Yu- goslavia in an international bas- ketball tournament Wednesday. Robinson, a 5-10 guard who was one of the smallest men in the match, scored 22 points and was cheered constantly by a ca- pacity crowd. Phil Tollestrup of Lethbridge had 17 points for the Ca- nadians and George Rautins of Toronto got 10. '__ The Canadians, who led for most of Hut match, lost in the last minute of play. Canada had a chance to tie the game but Rick Watts of Winnipeg missed two foul shots in the last 10 sec- ends. 'The setback gives Canada a 1-2 record in the tournament. The Canadians lost 80-72 to the Union in a game Monday night after beating Czech- Oslovakia 79-73 in an earlier match. The Cuban A team and the Soviet Union also won Wednes- day to remain undefeated. Cuba beat Bulgaria 90-73 and the So- viet Union edged the Cuban B 72-70. General manager Hal Laycoe concluded negotiations with Tannahill's lawyer, Alan Eagle- son, and at the same time an- nounced the signing of goalten- der Bruce Bullock and ama- teurs Paul Sheard and Paul O'Neil. Terms of Tannahill's contract were not disclosed. Sheard, a right-winger who stands five-feet-10 and weighs 186 pounds, scored 60 goals and 46 assists for Ottawa of the On- tario Hockey Association last season. He was picked by Van- couver in the amateur draft be- hind first-round choices Dennis Ververgaert and Bob Dailey, and second-round selection Pau- len Bordeleau. All of the Canucks'-top three picks were signed earlier. O'Neil, a five-foot-11, 180- pound centre, is a graduate of Boston University. In 28 games last season, he scored 35 goals and 19 assists. Bullock split his rookie pro season between Vancouver and the Western League Seattle To- tems. In 14 games with the Ca- nucks, he allowed 67 goals for a 4.79 goals against average. In Seattle, he played in 13 games, allowing 45 goals to finish with a 3.60 average. Three players who competed last year in the Ontario Hockey Association Junior A series have been signed by Minnesota North Stars of the National Hockey League. The signings of Rick Chinn- ick, Tom Colley and Jim John- ston gives the North Stars five of its 12 choices in the junior draft, including their top four picks. Ohirrnick, a right winger taken in the third round, had 42 goals and 44 assists last year for Peterborough Petes. Colley, a centre and fourth choice, scored 36 goals and 81 assists for Sudbury Wolves. Johnston, a centre end ninth pick, had 40 goals and 39 assists for Peterborough. He is the younger brother of Joey John- ston, member of the NHL Cali- fornia Golden Seals. Is Jean close to signing? MONTREAL (CP) Gerry Patterson said Wednesday that talks between Jean Beliveau and Quebec Les Nordiques of the World Hockey Association have become quite serious. Patterson, who serves as Be- liveau's agent, said "you listen when they're offering half the bank." The management of Les Nor- diques met Wednesday in Que- bec City to complete plans for their offer to Beliveau. It is ex- pected they will meet with Pat- terson and Beliveau before the end of the week. Beliveau retired in 1971 as team captain of Montreal Ca- nadiens after 18 seasons in the National Hockey League. During his career with Mon- treal, be scored 907 goals and 712 assists in league games. He has been a president with the club since. 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