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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 3, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Brazil side the Germans need only to draw FRANKFURT Bra- zil's soccer crown went on the line in the 1974 World Cup to- with the triple champion cast in the role of underdog Only a victory against the Netherlands at Dortmund can put the Brazilians in Sunday's World Cup final A draw lets the Dutch through West Germany and Poland met at Frankfurt to decide the other final place A draw is enough for West Germany Only a victory can give the Poles a chance of adding the world championship to their 1972 Olympic crown East German coach Georg Buschner believes West Ger- many and the Netherlands will be the final contestants He predicted the Netherlands will be the eventual winner YOU WITH THE COST OF LIVIN4 A9 IT IS THESE I UCN'T THINK SHE'S TO us Pink pants definitely are out LONDON hallowed rules that govern Wimbledon tennis dictate that competitors shall wear predominantly white A little touch of color around the neck of a tennis shirt or dress hem will get by But cherry pink warm-up pants7 Definitely not Erik van Dillen of the United finding the weather started his fourth round match against John Newcombe of wearing the colorful pants The umpire looked askance then suggested van Dillen doff them Van Dillen demurred and played on The umpire pressed his point Van Dillen argued and continued playing Mike the spoke with the American Van Dillen argued Gibson was insistent Van Dillen argued some more he removed the colored pants and donned another pair wliLte ones this time unruffled by the heated debate over the hot pink won the match 7- 5 6-4 Race results CALGARY Stampede Park race results Tuesday FIRST 500 claiming 3 year old maidens 7 furlongs Twins Return 1870 880 380 Macks Alibi 530 2 80 Second Table 2 50 Time 1 14 1 5 Nauti Nash Midnight Wind Regal Spirit Queen s Charm Whistling Willie Red Lassoo also ran Track Scratch Dam s Demon SECOND S1 700 claiming 3 year old maidens 6 furlongs Twins Answer 790 410 2 70 Libation 7 40 2 60 King Chutty 2 60 Time 11335 Victorian Jingle Kimilz Duch s Doll also ran Williams to manage NEW YORK Dick who recently replaced Bobby Winkles as manager of California has been chosen to manage the American League team in the 1974 all star baseball game July 23 at league president Lee MacPhail announced Tuesday Williams replaces Baltimore Orioles Earl who was named manager of the all star team during the time Williams was out of baseball after leaving Oakland A's Weaver will serve as coach and assistant to McPhail said DAILY DOUBLE. THIRD 700 claiming 4 year olds and up miles Indian Lake 14 10 6 00 4 70 Diddle 7 20 5 20 Astro Prince 4 20 Time 1 54 4-5 Cotton Tom Heir Of Hope Cramps Delight Bucking Hope Stormy Summer Aquadette Beaties Ribbon also ran QUINELLA FOURTH 900 claiming 4 year olds and up 7 furlongs Roly Glen 10 90 5 70 4 50 Superslart 6 50 4 20 Phil s Hope 4 60 Time 1 26 Some Hand Hope You Hurry My Elation Scamas Fleet Boy also ran FIFTH 52 300 claiming 3 year olds 6 furlongs Newcomb 1920 850 520 Cagey Max 8 90 6 80 Super Link 5 30 Time 1 13 No Orders Play The Line Itchy Fool Carys Son Fair Morning Steves Ego Prince Gaelic also ran SIXTH S2 700 handicap 3 year olds 6 furlongs Pilot Bird 4 80 3 70 2 20 Calgary s Princess 580 2 90 Mrs Malaprop 290 Time 1 124-5 Lady Silhouette Silver Gal To Say Girl Ranee Jo also ran SEVENTH J2 700 claiming 4 year olds and up 7 furlongs Jays Victory 810 450 3 20 Maylmga 6 60 3 60 Johnny N Joe 3 20 Time 1 25 4 5 Country Cutup Valtown Fox Trot Pappa Astra Shot also ran EIGHTH S1 800 claiming 4 year olds and up mile Iron Admiral 9 20 4 90 3 70 Ed The Due 12 20 7 10 Caesars Song 5 60 Time 1 41 2-5 Khamite MontasGem Fire Line Calgary Red Another Mission Tis Foolery Same Affair also ran ATTENDANCE BETTING. El Shafei undaunted whose team beat West Germany in the first round of the 1974 series and lost to the Netherlands and Brazil in the said the Dutch defence had not really been tested during the series but the West German defence had shown some weaknesses In five the'Dutch have conceded only one and Rudi Krol put that into his own net in a 4-1 victory over Bulgaria British bookies agree with Buschner and make the Netherlands the even-money favorites for the title with West Germany Brazil and Poland 7-1 Brazil and the Netherlands have met only once in Amsterdam in 1963 when the Netherlands won 1-0 The like the have conceded only one goal in their five games in this World Cup But their at- tack looked lifeless until Sun- day s 2-1 victory over Argen tma Paulo Cezar Brazilian left believes the Netherlands' success is based totally on team captain Johnny who usually plays for Spam's Barcelona club 'If you mark Crjyff out of the the Ne'herlands has had it he said Many including Ce- zar's own manager Mario Za- have taken a different line Too much attention to Cruyff opens the way for other formidable among them striker Johnny Rep and midfielder Wim Jansen West like has survived a slow start to come close to peak form The West Germans defeated Sweden 4-2 Sunday after trail- ing by one goal at halftime Coach Helmut Schoen prob- ably will field the same team against Poland The Poles will await fitness tests on team captain Kazimierz Deyna and striker Andrzej Szarmach In other Argentina meets East Germany and Sweden meets Yugoslavia None has a chance of reaching even Saturday's match for third and fourth place in the 16-country tournament WTT drops suit LONDON World Team Tennis has aban- doned a damage suit against the Association of Tennis Professionals its officers and the Commer- cial Union Assurance Co Ltd WTT announced plans for the suit charging that the through its Jack and Donald con- spired to destroy WTT The accusations stemmed from the fact that Jim Con- nors and Evonne both WTT players had been barred from the French Open Big guns waiting in ambush LONDON Dick itocklon and Ismael El Shafei noved into today's quarter- inals of the all-England ten- ns championships undaunted iy the big guns that stalk Vimbledon ranked 13th in the Jmted faced Alex rtetreveli of the Soviet Union nd El who won the unior title here 10 years net veteran Stan Smith played Alex only once efore on slow clay and I beat said Stockton before iceting his lOth-seeded oppo- ent played Stan countless times and never beaten said El Shafei of the fourth- seeded American who won the title here two years ago there always has to be a first time and this could be it In other quarter-finals today top-seeded John New- combe met veteran Ken the man he beat for the title in 1971 in an all- Australian and American Jimmy the No 3 faced defending champion Jan the No 6 seed from Czechoslovakia South African Linky who gained the STILL SELLING FOR LESS STERN'S CUT-RATE FURNITURE 314 3rd St. S. 327-3024 women's quarter-finals by up- setting Rosie faced Britain's Virginia defending champion Billie Jean King tested Olga Morozova of the Soviet Evonne Goolagong and Kerry Melville met in an all- Australian and Chris Evert of the U S was pitted against West Germany's Helga Masthoff Stockton earned his quarter- final berth by defeating se- cond-seeded ilie Nastase of Romania 7-5 in Tuesday's fourth round Metreveh defeated seventh- seeded Tom Okker of the Netherlands El Shafei beat Manuel Orantes of the No 12 7-5 Smith survived against Patrice Dommguez of France 7-5 Connors downed Jaime Fillol of Chile 6-1 and Kodes survived against llth-seeded Tom Gorman of Seattle 6-4. Miss Boshoff scored the first upset among the defeating fourth-seeded Rosemary Casals of the U S 6-2 Mrs favored to win her sixth singles crown for the U S disposed of Lesley Charles of Britain and Miss the No 2 ousted Mona Schallau of the U S 6-1 King upset LONDON American Billie Jean the top seed and defending was beaten to- day by Olga Morozova of the Soviet Union in the Women's singles quarter finals at Wimbledon's all England tennis cham- pionships Miss Morozova advanced with a 6-4 triumph over Karen Krntzcke of Australia and Mrs Masthoff of West Germany beat Racquel or at Disco Shoes Semi-Annual Clearance of Family Footwear When you see the low prices on all the stock at Disco you may wonder how we can afford to offer you shoes at these very affordable prices. So go ask us. We'll be glad to tell you how we do First of we buy shoes for all seven Alberta outlets at one time. This saves money. our stores are very basic no frills so you don't pay our overhead. This also saves you money at Disco Ladies' Summer Sandals Vi to OFF Ladies' Summer White Shoes Vi 3 to OFF Ladies' Dress Casual Vi to OFF Children's Men's Cowboy Boots....... Vi to OFF Men's Dress Casual Vi to OFF All Merchandise not on Sale OFF ..IHNCO Step Ahead in Step Behind in CM Mtf.lA WELCOME 505 4th AVENUE SOUTH ;