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June 20, 1976 PAGE 22 HAYS DAILY NEWS Newcombe Wins Longest Delayed Davis Cup Match NOTTINGHAM, England (UPI) — Australia won the longest Davis cup tie in history Saturday when John Newcombe, three times Wimbledon champion, overcame Brian Fairlie of New Zealand, 8-6, 5-7, 11-9, 6-3. The win gave Australia an unbeatable 3-1 edge in the Kastern Zone final which began four months ago on the other side of the world in Brisbane. A tropical storm forced postponement of the tie with Australia leading 2-1, and it was rescheduled here two days before Wimbledon when all the players involved would be in the same place. Newcombe took another three hours and 23 minutes to beat the 28-year-old Fairlie and showed obvious signs of his arm injury which has kept him out of the game for the past two weeks. His backhand produced error after error and his service return was weakened because he constantly went wide to take the New Zealander's serve on his forehand. But Newcombe, always a tough Davis Cup competitor, fought for every point and showed real determination in keeping on Connors, Nastase Stalled NOTTINGHAM, England (UPI) — On a court turned into a skating rink by constant drizzle, Jimmy Connors and Hie Nastase slipped and slithered through two sets of their John Player tournament final Saturday before calling it a day with the score balanced delicately between them. Connors took the opening set 6-2 with Nastase winning the second 6-4. At 1-1 in the final set there was so much water on the court that spray was flying off the soggy balls and the pair decided to stop and avoid possible injury just two days before Wimbledon. They agreed to share the $28,300 prize money. The greasy grass court and the clowning antics' of both players—doubles partners and the best of friends off court— meant the match had little bearing on their true form for Wimbledon, where Connors is the No. 2 seed but firm favorite and Nastase the third seed but man most likely to upset the American. Their match here was delayed by the final of the Asian Zone of the Davis Cup, which had been postponed by torrential rain in Brisbane, Australia, in February with Australia leading New Zealand 2-1. John Newcombe assured Australia of a winning 3-1 edge in the best of five match by beating Brian Fairlie, 8-6, 5-7, 11-9, 6-3. When Connors and Nastase came out, the court was already thoroughly wet but to. the delight of the 3,800 crowd, they decided to risk injury and play. Connors had fewer problems adapting to the slick surface which had balls shooting through very low and took the first set easily. But Nastase broke through in the first game of the second set and the match suddenly came to life. Nastase's clowning even began to get.on Connors' nerves and at one point he shouted at the Romanian: "Can you just play two points quietly?" The opening service break was enough to give Nastase the edge as the remaining games went with service. top of Fairlie almost the whole match. The first set, in which Newcombe served an ace in each of his service games, was settled by a single break in the 13th game. ' The second set also was dominated by service although Newcombe 'almost lost his service in the sixth game, only for Fairlie to net an easy backhand when leading 40-30. In the next game Newcombe produced the best two backhands of the match and a superb forehand to go to 40-0, but missed that break point and three more before Fairlie went ahead 4-3 in a game of six deuces. The New Zealander eventually broke service in the 12th game to level it at 1-1. . Light rain began to fall in the seventh game of the third Set and Fairlie slipped on the greasy grass and hurt his back. He continued to play, but from that point Newcombe always had the edge. Newcombe broke to lead 109 with two fine service returns' find then served out the set. After the 10 minute, break, Newcombe came back and raced to a 4-1 lead. He dropped his'service in the fourth game but, after missing two match points, clinched victory with a forehand service return in the ninth. IS HE ALL RI6HT? UWERE I SUE? WHAT 0 POES HE SAV? IT 'PEAR ROUNP-HEAPEP KIP " 7~" \iWtf CAN T I HAVE A D06 WHO CAN AT LEAST BEETLE BAILEY TOO TENSE ZERO/ RELAX/ RELAX.' THAT'S A LITTLE ) / 'LIL ABNER LOOKOLH; FLEEGLE HE SOT A WHEN HE COMES WHA/VIAAY OUSHTA BE" SUFFICIENT"^ NORMAL q- OLD NANCY WEATHER RE PORT-. VERY HOT— THE TEMPERATURE IS SOARING- WITH UNPRECEDENTED RAPIDITY ISN'T THIS HEAT AWFUL? YES, THE TEMPERATURE IS SCARING WITH UNPRECEDENTED RAPIDITY BLONDIE I'LL SET THAT NEWSBOY IS LATE AGAIN I 1 ' 7 I'LL SEE IF HE'S BEEN HERE YET #. ~N IS THE PAPER HERE VET; DEAR? J JOE PALOOKA WHAT'S \ LOOKS LIKE WITH HIM ) TH'BULL HOI NOW??/ ISJAMMEP BETWEEN HIS JAWS.".' NO.'..HIS \ LET'S TEETH ARE ) GET LOOSE. 1 '.. / HMTO EMERGENCY,' May's Bat Rings When Needed : - ARLINGTON, Tex.(UPI) For Baltimore's Lee May it wasn't a matter of getting out while he was ahead — It was more a matter of getting out when he wasn't needed. May only played six innings in Friday night's 9-4 win over the Texas Rangers, but while he was there he went 3-3, including a three-run blast over the wall, and he scored a couple of other times as well. He left in the sixth inning with a bruised heel suffered in the second inning while he Was sliding home. "After he slid home he told me it wasn't hurting that bad," said Baltimore manager Earl Weaver. "H said 'let me stay in.' But after i, he played out the next few innings and he said it was bothering him too much to play. "He's not the kind Of guy that would come out unless He had to." | May's hitting Friday was a i happy reversal from Thur- < sday's game where he went 0- ! 4. ,v i "I just take it day by day," | May said. "I just didn't hit the j ball hard at all yesterday and today I did. .,::. Halter Day What might be the Kansas City Royals' most ^ Interesting home date in the 1976 season will be June 27 as all gals 15 years of age and older receive a free halter on the Royals' Halter Top Day. The California Angels provide the opposition as the gals coming to Royals Stadium provide,the attraction'. Donna Kllng, a senior-to-be at Truman High School in Independence, Missouri, models the halter —^perfect for the hot summer days. Colgate Final Rained Out grass court practice before the All-England Championships. ' (First published In the Hays Dally News June 13, 1976.) IN THE PROBATE COURT OF ELLIS COUNTY, KANSAS In the Matter of the Estate or JEAN STOlIFFER, Deceased. : No.- NOTICE OF HEARING ON PETITION FOR PROBATE OF WILL AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS THE STATE OF KANSAS TO ALL PERSONS CONCERNED: You are< hereby notified that on tht llth day of June. 1976, a petition has been filed In said Court by Edwan Larson, as executor named In the Will o Jean Stouffer, deceased, praying for the admission to probate bf the Will of Jean Stouffer dated May 7, 1976, and' the Codicil thereto, dated May 29, 1976, which are filed with said petition, and for the appointment of Edward Larson as executor of said Will, without bond, and you are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before the 6th day of July, 1976, at 11:00 o'clock a.m. of said day,, is said Court, in the City of Hays, in Ellis County, Kansas, at which time and place said cause will be heard. Should you fail therein, judgment and decree will be entered In due course upon said petition. All creditors are notified to exhibit their demands /against the said estaU within six (6) months from the date ol the-first publication of this notice as provided by law, and If their demands are not thus exhibited; they shall be forever barred. EDWARD LARSON, Petitioner (SEAL) ATTEST: Probate Judge JETER AND LARSON First National Bank Building Hays, Kansas 67601 Attorneys for Estate (Last published in the Hays Daily News, June 27, 1976.) EASTBOURNE, England (UPI) — Rain washed out the final of the $100,000 women's .Colgate tennis tournament gatu^ay^|p.rcinft Chris Evert and Virginia'Wade to play the' match Sunday—just one day before the start of Wimbledon. "I would have liked to have had an extra day's rest before Wimbledon starts," said Evert, who had to wait for five hours before the tournament referee eventually decided to postpone the match. "But I don't have to play on Monday so it won't be too bad." The Colgate tournament is regarded as an important pointer to Wimbledon form and gives the players valuable "Sign Free Agents SAN FRANCISCO. (UPI) — The .San Francisco Giants Friday announced the signing of eight players selected in the free agent draft, including No. 3 pick John Sylvester. Also agreeing to terms were catcher Rfichard Farrell, outfielder William Tullish, pitcher Raymundo Cosio, shortstop Michael Rex; outfielder Tom Walker, pitcher Michael Glinatsis and catcher James Pryor. (Published in the Hays Daily News Sunday. June 20, 1976.) NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN PURSUANT TO THE PROVISIONS OF THE CODE OF THE ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF HAYS. KANSAS, Section 4-45, as amended, that the following described dogls) and cat(s) found to be running at large have been Impounded, by the City of Hays, Kansas to wit: " Wu '*M" fl One St. Bernard, large male, collai' with name "Charlie" and phone 628-2678. One mixed Sheep and Wire Haired Terrier, black and white, leather collar, male. One Wire Haired Terrier mix, black, small male with leather collar. NOTICE is further given that unless the owner(s) of said animal(s) shall claim said animal (s) within a period of forth-eighl (48) hours from the date of publication of this notice and shall further comply with all the provisions of Chapter 4. Article III of said ordinances of the City of Hays, Kansas, as amended, said animal (s) will be disposed of in accordance with the provisions of said ordinances as is in such cases made and provided. DAN SCHMIDT: Chief of Police, City of Hays. Kansas 7 6 O.C. ROOF TRUSS & TIMBER SPACING GIVES ASTRO FARM BUILDINGS MORE STRENGTH A point to romombor because most eompetitiie buildings have trnss spacing s oi 8'o.c.,9'o.c.,or more! Plus, compare these Astro Farm Building features: • Pre-engineered roof trusses with Hydro-Nail* connector plates lor maximum strength. 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Above rales apply in Hays trade territory only Obituaries and Card of Thanks—per word 7r The News, while exercising •easonable care in accepting ads, warns those answering to Investigate them and be careful of any ads requiring a cash remittance. 13 Spadol Notlcai TIRED OF MESSY carpet scrubbing with machines? Clean your carpet quickly and easily with Nylac. No machine, See Vitztums, 113 East 13th, Hays for Nylac. copies . . . tr)e way you want them ... in seconds! Hays Daily News 507 Main YARD SALE — Fort Hays. ; ; Trailer Park No. 46. j Saturday 8-5, Sunday 1-5. 3 Before You Leave This World, Let Us Show It To You! MOORETOURS INTERNATIONAL World Wide Travel Service 1305 Main Box 507 Hoys, Ks. 913/625^7515 Wedding Photography By Scptt Seirer Phone (Ellis) 726-3411

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