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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 16, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 1' T 1 1 urns I nek WINNIPEG (CP) Mike Belkin downed Onny Parun of New Zealand in four sets Mon- day lo send Canada into the zc-nc final of Davis Cup tennis the best-of-five American zone north section title three matches to two. They now face Colombia or Brazil, currently playing in the sotilh section final. Colom- for the first time in 57 j bia leads the rain-delayed round Belkin. a 20-year-old Montreal j singles matches scheduled for native, beat Panm G-2, 3-6, 7-5, to give the Canadian team today. The last time Canada prog- CANADIANS JUBILANT Belkin of Montreal jettisons his roquet (lop right) after pulling Canada through the second round of Davis Cup competition. Belkin's team- mate, John Sharpe of Toronto, (seated left) throws up his hands in response to the vic- tory. GRAB SENTES DENVER (AP) Denver Spurs of the Western Hockey League announced Monday they have purchased the contract of Hick Sentes, a 23-year-old for- ward. Sentes started last year with the Iowa Stars of the Central Hockey League and later had seven goals in 15 games for the Spurs. His contract was pur- chased from 'Minnesota North Stars of the National Hockey League. SIGN DICKERSON EDMONTON (CP) Edmon- ton Eskimos of the Western EDMONTON (CP) Northlands Park race results Monday: First claiming, 3-year-old maid- ens, 7 furlongs Burn Money (Rasmussen) 7.80 -1.70 2.60, Abbey's Alibi (Lawson) 21-30 6.20, Multifold (Hedge) 2.60. Time: 1-5 Flying Indian, Happy's Bobo, Ne- na's Pet, KitcaMa, Black Current also rar Second SI.JOQ, claiming, 2-year-old maid- ens, 7 furlongs Spare Key 8.10 J.JO 5.70, Petite D'Amour (Hunt) 7.10 4.20- Ma- dam Judge (Barroby) 3iOO. Time: 2-5 Hungry Pancake Sis, Dark Susan, Dennis Aliby, Famous Terry also ran. DAILY DOUBLE: Third claiming, 2-year-old maidens, 5 furlongs Atomic Tommy (Hedge) 7.00 4.90 120, Shuttle King (Turetsky) 12.20 4.30, Lectra Lass (Morris) 3.10 Time: 3-5 Derrick's Dancer, Alice Arm, Ra- venscrag, Happy Bernle, Dew P-ige also ran. Fourth and up. JOFXS CANUCKS VANCOUVER (CP) Gen- eral manager Bud Poile of Van-! ccuver Cnnucks announced: ftlad0 claiming, I 1-16 miles Common Market (G Eighth claiming, 4-year-olds ant) up, 7 furlongs Cinnamon Jim (Morris) 7.50 4.JQ 2.70, Esprit d'Jore (Parsons) 12.60 4.20, Royal Swiv (Hedge) 2.50.' Time: 1-5 Luredale, Noble Cone, Sailing Bell, Amber Day, Peridotife also ran. QUINELLA: Both Golf Standings Tighten o The standings continue to tighten in both Lethbridge golf leagues. At the Country Club B and R Men's Wear has a five-point spread over Beny's but at Hen- derson Lake Safeway holds only a one-point bulge over Bastedo's. In play Monday evening at the Country Club low gross 2.70, Tufiys Image (Combs) 8.40 4.00, I went to Don Roy of Beny's Thllmorini-B nwhitHnl t an I J with a 38 while John Thackray Football Conference today an-; jlonclay that" veteran Nations nounced the signing of import I Hockey League referee fullback Clevc Diclcerson. KNEE OPERATION NEW YORK (AP) Arnie Brown, New York Rangers' def- enceman, underwent weekend surgery for the removal of car- tilage in his right knee, the Na- tional Hockey League team three goals, while his team- males Joe Maura, Paul Becht- holt, Mike Burla, Max White- ford, Brad Peake and Peter said Monday. He is expected to Duchett all booted in a single- be in hospital until Thursday, ton. Vern Ruffcy uill join the club Sept, 1. GAI.VS BERTH WIHTEY, Ont. fCP) Herb Holzscbeiter, an assistant pro- fessional playing on his horn Thunderbird course, fired three-under-par 69 Monday 1 lominated the "play as" They Sral) onc ct fcllr available spo bombed the Black Hawks 9-0 i m Canadian Open go Minor Soccer contest last tournament. Black Hawks Suffer Setback The Junior Royals completely of Dorigatti's had a 31 ior low net. Dorigatti's took all eight points from Hcnps for the only sweep of (he night. At Henderson, Jce Kemvood night. Louis Papp led attack with CEPPETELU ARRIVES MONTREAL (CP) Centr Gene Ceppetelli, who could eas ily become the most controvei sial figure in Canadian footba in the coming weeks, was e> pected to arrive here today. RIDING SYSTEM SERVICE flTION S Front End Alignment 2 wheels National Safety Council Safety Inspection We correct Camber, Caster and Toe-in, Balance front wheels and adjust brakes (add fluid if Torsion bar adjustment extra FIRESTONE RIDING SYSTEM SERVICE is the specialized care of your entire riding system fci keep your car safe (o drive, and get lull Hie from your tires. OUT-OF-TOWN CUSTOMERS CAN HAVE THEIR CAR SERVICED WHILE THEY E 327-8548 and MAKE TO A efiVwfon of FIRES10M fi RUBBER Company of Canada Limited Corner 3rd Ave. and 8th St. 5. Phone 327-8541! OPEN DAILY 8 a.m. le 6 p.m. Sixth 3-year-olds, 7 fi longs. Steel Hatter (Billingsley) 9.70 A 3.20, Page Me Doll IRasrnussenJ 4 3.10, Big Dan (Sladnyk) 3.80. T'me: -1-5 Sootime, Kuckee Lad, Diddle alsi Seventh Peace River claiming hand cap, 7 furlongs Hermfne's King (Barroby) 13.90 4.10, Swttt Flutter 5.30 3.30, Haicori (Morris) 4.10. Copel To Dash, El Cresso, Mat Macfc, Etonian Golfer, Empil's Larattle remained undecided Mor day as two legal manoeuvres t( )lock Charlie Finley's bid were heard on both sides of San 'rancisco Bay. Finley's proposal to buy thi National Hockey League "learn "or was approve! June 9 by San Francisco Supe Court Judge R o b e r ichnacke, who ruled that Trans National Communications Inc. nirchaser of the team a yea igo, had defaulted on its pay nents to the old owners, San rrancisco Seals Ltd. Trans National then obtainec restraining order in federa court, preventing sale to Finley wnding a bankruptcy hearing hat began Monday afternoon in Oakland. JOINS BENY'S SALES STAFF AlAN MELROSE Alan has lived most of his B in lelhbridge, receiving his dycatioit here. He is an ardonl rer and curler being a nicm- of the Henderson lake Golf uh and Ihg Lelhbridrje Curling ub. is also a member of Associated Canadian Travel- Alan has liad 5 ycms soles perienco and is well known many. He invites all his many friends and lo see him at Beny's for their every motoring need. Winter. Bernie Cr.rricr and Brian Geddes, won low team net with a 150. STANDINGS COUNTRY CLUB 8 and R Men's wear.......... 62 Beny'5 57 Dorigatlis 55 Lllydnle 50 Hcpps 4S Leth. Office Furn.............. Packers CHEC Jrt HENDERSON LAKE safeways aastedos Parsons............ Singers Pahulje Kimuras Ikers Flemings Dorigatlis Tracrres Owens e Cascade The Herald h. Alta. Co-op A and W Lawrence Signs With Stamps CALGARY (CP) Larry ,awrence, a quarterback and lalfback from the University of a, has signed with Calvary Stampeders, the Western Foot- >all Conference Club announced oday. 6-2 and 205 pounds, completed 113 o{ 231 passes for ,680 yards and 10 touchdowns n 1909 and rushed 108 times or 579 yards and five touch- lowns. Calgary now has signed 32 ilayers for the 1970 season. ressccl to a zone final was In 1913, Canada's first year in Davis Cup competition. That year, Canada beal Soulh Africa and Belgium before losing 5-0 lo the United States. All three rounds were played in England with captain Robert Powell and Bernard Schwengers represent- ing Canada. "Winning for Canada gives us Ihe real Belkin said Monday after his victory in the fifth and deciding match. "I left Canada when I was 11. but I'm still a Canadian and I'm playing for my country." LIVKb IN FLORIDA Bclkin moved to Florida wrhere he developed his game well enough to become Canada's top-ranked Davis Cup player. The second member of Can- ada's team, Toronto's John Sharpe, is a transplanted Air tralian. He shares Belkin's na- tional pride in representing Can- ada. "I moved to Canada on m.' own free Sharpe said "and as far as I'm concerned this is my country." Peter "Bin-wash of Toronto, Canada's other Davis Cup squad member, did not play against New Zealand. Belkin described his Monday victory over Parun. "We manipulated each other around the court. I started fast but lost my concentration in file second set. I had to play well to come back in the third set when I was down 3-1 in games." In the strenuous third set, trailing 3-1, Belkin won six of the next eight games. "If we could liuve won that third set it could have changed the outcome." said New Zea- land captain Eric While. "But Bclkin played seme great shols, especially his pass- ing shots." EVENED MATCHES Before the deciding match be- tween Belkin and Parun. Brian Fairlie evened the tie at two matches each when he bea Sharpe in straight sets, 6-4, 6-2 6-0. White said it wasn't the lasl match that beat the favored New Zealand team. "I feel we lost it in the first day when Parun was off color and lost lo he said. "We felt sure of two sing'es ajainsl Sharpe and (bought Bclkin would win a match. But Parun was unable" to de- feat Shame Saturday. He with- drew in the fifth set because of a leg cramp. When Parun was taken from the game, each player had won two sets. Sharpe was ahead five games to four and leading 30-40 in the game. Belkin said his Monday vic- tory "was the happiest moment of my life, especially after they had predicted a 5-9 whlewash." The prediction of a 5-0 or 4-1 irin was made by White prior to the tie. "You always say that I knew they would be very the New Zealand cap- tain said after Canada took the series. THEY WERE BITING Frank Kubik of 533 7th Street South, hooked this four-pound dandy at Henderson Lake recently with a halfback hook and a spinning reel. It was a good day all around for Kubik as ha also caught two ethers which weighed 1 pounds each. PEACOSH NAMED KIMBERLEY, B.C. (CP) Kimberley Dynamiters of the Western International Hockey gue Monday named formet Forward Walt Peacosh coach 'or the 1970-71 season. In a Norcrest Little League game last night the Pirates cruised to 13-2 victory over the Astro's. Scott Jarvie gained the win Michael Coghlin absorbed the loss. In (he hitting column, Rich- nrd paced the rcrs with a home run and a sic.cle. Greg 'Keveder chipped wiili two singles and Harry Blacker helped with a double. Ed Feh and Michael Gaghlin both hit singles for the losers. A v.inner cided in cculd rot be de- Lakeside Little League contest between the dians and Bed Sox with the final score ending 7-7. Greg Graham chucked for the Red Sox while Greg Maxwell threw [or the Darrell Osmond had two doubles and Terry McNeely two singles for the Indians, Greg Graham smashed out two doub- les awl a single to aid the Red NATIONAL LEAGUE East Chicago w York tsburgh Cincinnati' Atlanta Los Angefos ".an Francisco Diego W 32 39 PCI. i .582 .508 t .500 27 30 ,d7J 25 33 ..1.11 22 36 .379 33 28 ,541 28 32 57 35 38 33 17Vj a Sweetness to Letljbridge The cargo? Candies, Ths delivery dale? Rush, We delivered the goods. We know Ihe importance of I -5 ff cicnt delivery, We'll stake our icpuJalion on ill f Call us soon. MONDAY'S RESULTS S't. Louis 103 008 3 1? Ssn Diego 001 fllfl 9 Torrei (5-6) anrf Simmons; Douson [5-6) HerNH (9) and Cannizzaro, Bar- 'on HR: "iffsbiirplt 130 OM 010- 5 9 1 Lcs Angeles oeo COO i 7 1 Nelson (l-Q) Giusli (8) and May; (3-2) Norman (.i) Mikkeison R) and Haller. HR: Houston af Philadelphia, ppd., rein. AMERICAN LEAGUE EaM Baltimore New York Detroit Boston Washington Cleveland Minnesota California Oakland Chicario Kansas City Milwaukee Pel. .63? I .ADO I .SO? 25 32 .m 12 West 37 18 .673 .557 .347 .362 .317 MONDAY'S RESULTS Milwaukee .303 001 10 fi Baltimore 400 002 6 10 2 Bolin, Humphreys Sanders (1-0) Baldwin (8) and Root, McNerl- ney Cuetisr, Watt (2-3) Rich- erf Hall (8) and Hendricks, Dal- rymple HRs: Milwaukee, Hegan Baltimore, Reltenmund Sal- mon Washington 200 510 3 5 fl Minnesota 001 001 590 Colfiman (5-1) H a n n a n (B) and French, Boswcll, Hall (5) Zcpp (3-0) i5) Perrancskj (7) and Mtiferwaki. HRs: California 000 000 002 771 Cleveland 101 COO 330 May, Kealey Fisher K. Ta- furn Queen (10-2) Dnyla (12) and Aici.'e McDow- ell, Hennicen Chance (3-5) (11) and Fosse. HR: Cleveland Leon Bosiort IP! 010 6 13 1 Kansas Cily OBO 250 11 4 Pagy, Romo (6) Lyle (8) Knonce (0-1) (9) and Mnses; Roofer, (9) Monlearn'clo and Kirkratrick. HRs: (8) Kelly Oakland r Dslroil 0 bson C6-M kro Lolirh tprson (7) Htlli i 000 15 T I tin 752 nd Fernandez; Nie- 1) Sherman Pat- (7) me! Freehan. HRs: (8) Horion (13) Kalina MINOR BASEBALL Pacific Coasf 'hoenix 7 Ei'qer.e 0 'ortland 10 Tucson 5 lawaii 7 Spokane 3 SPRINGFIELD 16.9x34-6 ply :EAR TRACTI Each ;