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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 10, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID Wednesday, JuneJO, 1970----------- Teams Will Be Eliuiinuled Before Friday FATRWAYWOOD TEE SHOTS Very often fairway the club to use off the tec. Tim is true when the tared area is confined and control h more important than distance. Most golfers find the fairwaj wood more controllable than the driver. Dogleg holes present the dan- ger of driving through the fair- way and into the rough. A.shortcj tee shot would certainly be pre- ferred here (see illustration, solid HATI. J-n, And there might be a hai- ard, such as a creek crossing the fairway, which is well within the range of a driver (see illustrated, doited Tee the ball low, so (hat only one-third of it appears over the top of the clubhead. And play the ball back about an inch far- ther than would for a driver. Take your normal swing and you'll probably hit to a good position. Yankees On The Elock NEW YORK (AP) Lon- "We nrc closely in touch with don investment company is ne- j Michael Burke, president of the gotialing with the Columbia I Yankees, and nlan to pay top Broadcasting System to pur-1 dollars for he "was chase New York Yankees, the I quoted as saying. New York Daily News says. i Fm.mer yew moyor The paper says Gerome D. Robert Wagner is the chairman Hoffman, president of Interna- tional Investors Group Ea'vice Ltd.. which sells mutual funds, confirmed the reports from his home in London. JACK'S PLUMBING SERVES LETHBRIDGE For Estimates Phone JACK FULLER 328-2515 of the board of the investment company and Hoffman, The Daily News reported, said Wag- ner would take an active part in running the baseball team if the deal is completed. CBS purchased the Yankees in 1964 for and for the last two years there have been rumors that the network would be willing to seU the American League team for the light price. MEXICO CITY lAP) Soc- cer's World Cup, Wiled as the grcatcst-cver festival of profes- sional sport and international friendship, kicks friendship out of the window today and gels down to Ihe business of sorting Uie men from the boys. This if Ihe critical stage of the Jules Rimcl Trophy prelimi- nary group matches, the stage where [be nice guys don't even come second. Of the IB teams that came here for the World Cup finals, it still are uncertain of what the future holds. Those 11 in- clude defending champion Eng- land and, despite two wins in its first two matches, former champion Brazil. Only two teams are definitely through to the quarter-final round of eight teams that opens Sunday, West Germany and Peru. They meet today at nearby Leon in Group IV of the preliminary contests, and the only thing at stake is top spot for their group. The top two teams from each of the four preliminary groups advance to the quarter-finals. In the quarter-finals, the win- ner of Group I plays the sec- ond-place team of Group II at Mexico City; Ore top side from Group II takes on the second- place finisher from Group I at Tcluca; the winner of Group lit plays the second of Group IV at Guadalajara; and the winner of Group IV goes against the sec- ond frcm Group III at Leon. In other games today. El Sal- vador faces the Soviet Union in Group I, Sweden goes against Uruguay in Group II, and Brazil plays Romania in Group IIL In the final games of group play Thursday, Belgium meets Mexico in Group I. Italy plays Israel in Group El. England gees against Czechoslovakia in Group III and Bulgaria is pitted against Morocco in Group IV. CHANCE 01' RAIN The weather office in Mexico City said late Tuesday that to- day's soccer action would be played under cloudy skies, with a chance of rain for the El Sal- vador-Russia match here and the Sweden-Uruguay game at Pucbla. Brazil and Romania clash at Guadalajara and West Germany and Peru at Leon. Bulgaria and Morocco, with no chance of reaching the quart- er-finals, meet Thursday fcr the sole purpose of salvaging a little dignity. If the Moroccans win, Bulgaria rail go home from its second World Cup without a sin- gle .point. I .Salvador has no chance of reaching the quarter-finals, hut still can upset the applecart when it takes on the Soviet Union today. A win for El Salvador would throw Group I open to Thurs- day's match between Belgium and Mexico. The more likely prospect of a mammoth win for I tbc Soviets will pose problems I of soccer politics, since it would I make them probable Group 11 winners and entitled to play in Aztec Stadium here for ihe quarter-finals. The Mexican hosts want to stay in the capital themselves instead of playing their quart- er-final match in Toluca, they would be relegated if they wound up second in Group I. In Group II, Sweden has a chance, though a slim one, of upsetting the fortress defence of the Uruguayans. I" Group III, Uie biggest 'riddle of the lot, Ro- mania meets Brazil and any- thing ran happen in that one. Brazilian camp gossip was (bat Cnacli Mario X.igalo, with four point.s under Irs belt, was tempted to put out nis reserves rather than risk Pule and Tos- tao against the hard-tackling Romanian defence. On the oilier hand, a win for Romania would mean a possihil- ity that Brazil could be squeezed out of the quarter-final round. TMs could only happen if a Romanian win were followed Thursday by a big win for Eng- land over Chechoslovakia. Such is the system that even the Czechs, still without a point IVcm two games, could move into the quarter-finals by wal- loping England, provided Brazil had beaten the Romanians. In the event of a points lie in final group standings, tourna- ment rules would break the deadlock on the basis of which team has the greatest total after goals against arc sub- tracted from gcals scored. Thus Czechoslovakia would have to thrash England by a wide margin, an unlikely oc- currence, to reach Ihe quarter- finals and Romania, if it got: past powerful Brazil, would count on England to run up a big goals spread over tire Czechs in rrdcT lo sneak into the round of eight. Most observers here pick Bra- zil and England to gain victo- ries in their last group games, finish 1-2 respectively in Group III and enter the quarter-finals. ANDY CAPP Willi Kului's Testimony lines MONTREAL (CP) Mont- real Expos of baseball's Na- tional League announced Tues- day that injuries suffered by Coco Laboy and Ron Brand in Monday night's exhibition game with Boston Red Sox of the American League were not seri- ous. Laboy, the team's regular third baseman who has hit safely in his last 10 games and clouted a homer in each of the last three games, was helped from the diamond in the first inning when be fouled a pitch off his left ankle. He was taken to hospital where x rays indicated there was no fracture. Brand, E x p o s' ace utility player, was struck under the left eye while playing shortstop in the second inning when a hard ground ball took a freak hop Considerable swelling under the eye will hamper his sight for two to three days and he mil be cut of action1 until the wecke'nd when Houston Astros visit. NATIONAL LEAGUE East NEW YORK (AP) Marvin I Miller, executive director of the Major League Players Associa- tion, disagreed with testimony by b a se hall Commissioner Bowie Kuhn when he was called as a witness in the Curt Flood case Tuesday. The question that provoked Miller's response was asked by Flood's lawyer, Jay Topkis, who referred to testimony by Kuhn and Jchn Gaherin the owners' labor negotiator. They testified that Flood's suit had halted dis- cussion aimed at modifying the controversial reserve system. Asked if that conformed with his opinion, Miller said: i The natural choice for entertaining'j by Gaherin that the i bargaining by the owners on ihe players association had asked j asked.! san Diogo IS .732 53 .553 K .345 3] .4-16 33 .-'-31 34 ..m AMERICAN LEAGUE East W L Pet. GBL, Baltimore 34 19 .65! j New York 32 24 .571 4li Detroit 25 U .470 9 Bo-.tsn ?5 'lh 1 '.Vfrhinolcn 24 27 .453 11 i cievelaiiti.....21 30 .412 13 v.'cs! .WnneG-ta 34 16 .6FO 34 20 .630 2 30 25 .545 21 34 .382 I5V7 20 33 .477 15Vj 17 37 .315 19 i California that discussions be discontinued fcr fear that Flood's court case would be harmed. Miller con- tended instead that he had told the owners' representatives: "If we were able to agree on revisions, the plaintiff (Flood) would withdraw his suit. The statement (Gaherin's) was com- pletely inaccurate it was quite the reverse. We said if there were appropriate amend- ments there would be no ac- tion." TopMs pursued the owners' position on modifying the re- serve system, which binds a "No. it does net. There was player to the club that signs no difference whatsoever in dis- cussions before news that Curt Flood intended to file suit or after." Miller also disagreed with a him until he is traded, sold or replied Miller. "Has management proposed any modification of the sys- Topkis then asked. Miller replied again. Miller's rebuttal testimony j was considered important to the j which Flood contends that the j TODAY'S GAMES Cincinnati McGlothlln 7-3 real 0-0 N Shofl's' S S'wri 3'5 TODAY'S GAMES i Washlnqton Cox 3-4 al Kansas City Mont- Rockio 3-3 tj Ne-y 1-n fll Chicago Horlen 5-6 N Milwaukee Colin 1-5 at Detroit Wil- son 3-3 N St. Louis Torre: 4-5 si Los Angeles "Oakland Odom 4-4 it Cleveland Ell: Moeller 1-1 N I 1-0 N Chicago Cclburn 2-0 Dobson -1-5 N Pittsburgh Moose 6-4 at sco Perry 6-6. at Houstm Le" San Fran- California Wright fl-3 at Baiti.nurc Palmer 7-3 N Minnesota Blyeleven 1-0 at New York Stoltlemyre 5-4 N TUESDAY'S RESULTS Oakland 013 S 10 0 Cleveland 000 DO) 250 Hunter Grant (9) and Fer- nandez; Moore Higgins Mil- Chance (9) and_ Fcsse. HRs: reserve system is illegal and op- erated in restraint of trade. He TUESDAY'S RESULTS has publicly called for modifica- j tjcw vwk coo 020 ooo- tion of the system. j ,ij.5i'and 6rote. (si. "The reserve rule system is Cook Gladding m and Edwards: Miller said he told the owners. "The restrictions are about total. It is reasonable to I Ny_Gar released. He put two ether qnes-! think coald Cincinnati .201 110 4 7 just; Montreal on ooo a 4 o 1 Nolan (7-21, Gullet! Carroll (fi) and Bench; Moore tions to Miller. "During your negotiations, has there been any collective be made, where practicable ar.d could make the system safe from attack." Make Dad King on "HIS" Day MEN'S AU-WOOt DRESS SLACKS Sizes 30 to 42 waist. Colors Grey Brown Olive end Navy. Regular 19.95 to 32.00 SPECIAL Sizes 29 to 36 waist. Colors: Grey Black Brown and 4J Light Green. Regular 17.95 and 19.95........................................ NOW Latest styles and fubrics. Regular to 95.00....... 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HR: KC-Oliver Boslon 002 175 Chicago 801 4 9 1 Romo (5) and Safrl- nno; JancsKi (5-3) and Josephsan. HRs: Yaszlremskl chicaqi San Diego 110 010 9 0 California 000 001 11 1 Jenkins Regan 9 and Hialt; Ballimors 000 020 593 Kirhy Santorini Dukes Murphy, Ouncn Tatum (9) Rodriguez (8) and Canniz-I Fir-lior {3-D (9) and Ecian; McNalfy, zaro. HRs: Chi Popovich SD I Richer! Hall (5-3) (10) Brown Cannizzaro and Hendricka. HRs: St. Louis 100 101 Los Angeles 000 000 0 5 1 Taylor (2-3) and Simmons; Osteeri Mlkkelson (9) and Haller, Pillsburfih Ml 300 OH- San Fran 000 000 1 5 1 Blass !3-3) and May; Marichal (J-3) and HR: Poll Sfargeil LEAGUE LEADERS AS 132 210 liO H Pel 1ft .JIB 77 .367 49 ,3J5 35 !3JJ 76 .341 53 .337 Carty, All Perez, Gin Hickman, ChT Grabark'tz, LA Gaston, SD 223 37 Dieti, SF ........172 29 Clsmente, Pir 17s la Menke, Hou .....221 31 Henderson, SF 2119 Hebner, Pit ......167 19 Home Runs: Perez. Louis, Bench, Cincinnati, McCovey, San Francisco. 18. 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