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Final jewel in racing's Triple Crown is the Belmont, in which a select field will test Canonero II, the Cinderella horse from Venezuela who won the Derby and the Preakness.
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Emotional Montreal is athrob as its beloved but bedraggled Canadiens, Stanley Cup champions, fight to regain their self-esteem. Mark Mulvoy looks into the affaire.
October 27, 1975 | Curry Kirkpatrick
Playing Davis Cup at long last, Connors helps topple Venezuela
November 22, 1976 | Joe Jares
IN RECENT YEARS OUR DAVIS CUP TEAMS HAVE HAD SOME UPSETTING EXPERIENCES AGAINST LATIN COUNTRIES, BUT LAST WEEK THE AMERICANS EASILY BEAT VENEZUELA TO SET THE STAGE FOR A CRUCIAL MATCH WITH MEXICO
April 27, 1981 | Herm Weiskopf
TONY ARMAS: Oakland's 27-year-old outfielder from Venezuela batted .375, slugged four home runs and four doubles, had 14 RBIs, three game-winning hits and scored five times as the A's won six of seven games.