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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 11, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE ICTHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, Hr IN REAL BOOTING FORM West Germany's Gerhard Mueller, dark Luis Rubinos Mueller led his ciub to a 3-1 World Lup win. It was the lirt, scores his first of three goals as he kicks the ball past Peru goalie second time Mueller had scored three times in one game. Mueller Fires Home Three Goals For Second Time Yankees Put. The Pressure On, MEXICO CITY (CF) preliminary round-robin o f World Cup soccer competition winds tin with loui' games today Hie teams are riding en the results. Italy and defending-champion England are among (lie soccer gianU whose advance to the quarter-finals hang in (he bal- ance. Brazil, the -Soviet Union, Uru- guay, West Germany and Peru have clinched places in Sim- day's sudden-death quarter-fi- nals. Three Salvador, Bulgaria and def- initely out. Eight teams have a chance to fill the three undecided quart- pleted their three game; er-final spots: England, Italy, round-robin play, depend; Mexico. Belgium. Sweden. Is- cthzr teams do. rati, Czechoslovakia iind lUi- mania. The fate of Sweden and i Romania, which have com-! hard Mueller to best Porn 3-1 is in and clinch top spot in Group IV, 'with Peru second; Sweden snatched a 1-0 win in Group II Wednesday, West Ger-1 over Uruguay; the Paissians three goals from Ger- to the top of Group I with five points by beating El S'alva- JIEXICO CITY (API The International Football Federa- tion has ordered a full inquiry into nimors surrotuiding Bra- zilian referee Airton Vieira de Moraes and possible in the World Cup soccer champi- onships. Kene Court, press officer of FIFA, said Wednesday night that "Mcraes should have refereed the Uruguay vs. Swe- den match at Puebla' today." "But because of veiy mali- cious rumors that were circu- lating in Puebla and also Mexico City, it was decided that he should be removed from that game." Instead, de Moraes was on the line at the Russia-vs.-El Salvador clash at Mexico City. On Thursday he will referee the Italy-vs.-Israel match at Toluca. Asked for comment, de Moraes said "I can deny that anyone tried to bribe It Turned Out AH in Group 3-2, with By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Joe Pepitone couldn't believe it when Houston Astros mana- ger Harry Walker put his name at the top cf the batting order. "When I saw my name there, I thought he had the lineup up- side Pepitone said Wednesday night after clouiing a f i f t h -i n n i n g, grand-slam homer that led the Astros to a 5-2 triumph over New York Mets. "But after tonight, I want to stay there." Pepitone also led off .Tuesday night, the first time he had ever batted there in his major league career, which included a tour with New York Yankees. In other National League games, Cincinnati Reds rolled to their fifth straight victory, 7-0 over Montreal Expos. Atlanta Braves downed Philadelphia Phillies 5-1, San Diego Padres outslugged Chicago Cubs 11-7, Los Angeles Dodgers stopped St. Louis Cardinals 4-2 and San Francisco Giants topped Pitts- burgh Pirates 4-2. Pepitone, a 29-year-old first baseman-outfielder, capped a five-run fourth inning explosion off Mets' pitcher Nolan Ryan to snap Houston's four-game losing streak. 12T1I OF YEAR The home run was Pepitone's I2th of the season and gave him 25 runs batted in to go with his .261 batting average. The Reds, vdnning for the 10th time in 11 starts, threaten to make a runaway of the West Division race with their 10-game lead over runner-up Atlanta. Tony Perez and Bernie Carbo each slugged three-run homers to back the three-hit pitching of Cincinnati's Jim McGlothlin. Geoi'ge Stone swept to his sixth victory with a three-hitter and Bob Tillman keyed a four- run B r a v c s' second inning flurry with a two-run single. The triumph snapped Atlanta's four-game losing streak. Chris Cannizzaro drove Royals Post Second Win The Royals chalked up their second consecutive Lethbriclge Minor Soccer Association vic- tory Wednesday night. Led by the two-goal perform- ance of Joe Mauro, the Royals bounced the Lancers 4-1, Peter Duckett and Brad Peate added a goal apiece for the winners while Dave Roho- vie averted a shutout for the Lancers. The Royals had blanked the Cougars 7-0 earlier in the sea- three runs and Ollie Brown and Ivan Mim-ell overcoming slashed homers four home run barrage by the Cubs. Clarence Gaston, Nate Colbert and Brown each had two runs batted in for the Padres while Billy Williams, Jim Hiclcman, John Callisoa and Paul Popcy- ich ripped hcmei's for the Cubs. Joe Moeller hurled his first complete major league game in six years ts the Dodgers snapped a four-game skid. The right-hander, 2-1, last completed a game in 1964. He struck out seven and scattered seven Car- dinals hits. Los Angeles got only five hits but lour Cardinal hurler's issued six walks, two hit basemen and a wild pitch with starter Mike Torrez, 4-6, picking up the loss. Eighth-inning homers by Wil- lie Mays and Ken Henderson helped the Giants overcome the Pirates. Willie McCovey's 19th homer of the season had given the Giants two earlier runs.. Yamaha fnfrduee to Lethbridge Available in. the following models P-250 P-9SA stroke twin, 15 fi.p., water cooled, 79 P-200 Engine 3 stroke Iwm, 12 h.p., water cooled, weighs 77 Ibs. P-125A Engine 2 stroke tjngir, 8 h.p., forced air cooling, weighs -59 Engine 5 stroke single, 5 h.p., forced air r.ooiing, weighs 44 Ibs- P-65 rngine "2 stroke single, 3.5 h.p., forced air toal- rnn, weighs 35 Ibi. P-45 single, cooled, PROVEN VERSATILE PERFORMERS ROM YAMAHA thr. MoM Thoroughly Tested litir of Outboard The World See them now at SALES SERVICE LTD. 21st St. and 2nd Ave. S. Phone 328-6977 Located under (lie water tower Russ Jackson A Free Agent OTTAWA (CP) Russ Jack- son, retired star quarterback of Ottawa Rough Riders, is a free agent through a club oversight, television sports commentator Joe Spence said Wednesday night. Tile football club apparently failed to send Jackson a routine form that would make him Ot- tawa property this year if he came tut of retirement. The club unaccountably missed the June 1 deadline. Spence said he w-as tipped i about the situation and later j confirmed it with Frank Clair. the club's general manager, it I means that any ether Canadian I Football League club could sign i Jackson for 1970 if he vvants to play ;ig2in, without dealing with I Ottawa. I Although Jackson has agreed (o play in lire CFL all-star game dor 2-0, and Brazil grabbed its third straight victory in Grouj HI, downing Romania 3- Pele getting two goals. Today's schedule: Belgium vs. Mexico; Italy vs. Israel; Czechoslovakia v s. England; Morocco vs. Bulgaria. Two teams advance from each group. Belgium must win ils Group I game to qualify. Mexico needs cnly a draw in 'the game before a huge home crowd in Aztec Stadium v. hich will look upon a defeat as a national disaster. In Group II, Uruguay has clinched either first or second place with three points from three games. Italy must get at least a draw with Israel's ama- teurs to be certain of a quarter- final place. Remembering the Italian fiasco against North Korea in ISfiG, experts were hedging their predictions. Israel can qualify by beating Italy by tbr.ee goals or more. An Israeli victory by a smaller margin would give Sweden a chance to scrape through by luck of the draw, which will de- cide between teams lhat are tied with identical point scores and identical differences be- tween goals scored and allowed. FAN FINISH SECOND In Group III, an England vic- tory or tie will give the defend- ing champions second place to Brazil. But if the Czechoslovaks win, they will finish the round with two points, the same as Romania and England. Who advances will depend on goal difference, and perhaps on lot. In Group IV, Bulgaria and Morocco will be hoping to pick up their first World Cup points. West Germany with six points and Peru with four have clinched the top places. Mueller, West Germany's ace, scored three goals for the sec- ond consecutive game as his team romped against Peru. He had counted three in a 5-2 vic- tory over Bulgaria S'unday, and now has seven. He scored in the 20th, 2611i and 33th minutes of the first half. His two tliree-goal efforts match the feat cf Sandor Kocsis of Hungary in the 1954 tourna- ment. The World Cup record for total goals is the 1.3 by Juste Fontaine of France in 1958, and the long-haired, 24-year-old Ger- man will be gunning for it if his team survives the quarter-fi nals. Peru, which will meet Brazil in the something it had hoped to was never cut cf West Germ-an the game with but g-ot cnly one here July 2. he has hen? other- wise adamsnt fhat his retire- ment, is final. .Jackson, vice-principal cf Sir John A. Macclonald High School here, has just been promoted to principal of the English section ef "saiv? UK- Cham- plain High School, also In Lhc: a-uciuay Eskimos Sign c Import Tackle KDMOXTOV (CV) Kdmon- ton Kskimas of the Western Fcodwll Conference announced lodny of import defrn- sive tackle David Scorzicll. 21, a 2fi.VpciuKler from Uic Uni- vfii'.fjty of Toledo. Ohio. hrs played collcjio fool- hall for (lireo years, I lie husi goal, lliat WES by Tcnfilo Cubil- las, Elwrtly before half (Jme. Tha Penivians missed several golden opportunities iOCCER STANDINGS Grown 1 A PI! 6'1 5 0 3 By THE ASSOCIATED I'llKSS "Hit 'cm where they was the motto of Wee Willie Keeler, n place-hitting specialist with Baltimore Orioles tack in the IBSO's. Kcelcr would have loved the job the Orioles did with that strategy Wednesday night. The Orioles, perhaps begin- ning to feel the hot breath of the surprising New York Yankees on their backs, had a couple of hits fall just beyond the reach cf California fielders and used them to push over the winning run in a 2-1 victory over the An- gels. That triumph kept Baltimore games aliead of the red-hot Yankees in the American League East race. New York nipped Minnesota Twins 2-1 for its1 seventh victory in the last eight games while Detroit Tigers trimmed Milwau- kee Brewers 7-5, Washington Senators belted Kansas City Royals 8-1, Oakland Athletics downed Cleveland Indians M and Boston Red Sox nipped Chi- cago White Sox 7-6 in 14 innings. The Orioles scored a run with- out a hit in the first inning and Jim Palmer made it stand up until the seventh when Califor- nia's Jay Johnstone homered to tie the score. Then in the bot- tom of the seventh, things started -going Baltimore's way. JUST OUT OF REACH With two out, Don Buford sin- gled into the hole between third baseman Ken McMullen and shortstop Jim Fregosi. Mcrv Rettenmund followed with nn opposite field drive which right fielder Roger Repoz barely missed near tha wall. The shot went for a triple, scoring Buford with the winning run. Horace C1 a r k e 's two-run homer carried Mel Slottlemyre to a four-hit victory over Minne- sota. Stottlemyre singled with two out ill the fifth inning and Clarke followed with his fourth homer to erase an early Minne- sota lead. Stdtlemyre, G-4, struck out seven, walked one and did not allow a hit after the fourth inning when Tony Oliva opened with a triple and scored the Twins' run on Rich Reese's grounder. Al Kaline produced two runs with a long homer and pinch hitter Gates Brown produced two more with a short single as Detroit rallied for four in the seventh to hand Milwaukee its 16th consecutive road defeat. The Brewers tagged Earl Wil- son tor four runs in the second and were still leading 4-3 in the seventh when Kaline turned the game around with his homer. Cubs Move Back Into First Place Lethbridge Crighton Cubs have moved back into a lie for first place in the City Recrea- tion Baseball League. Cubs bounced Milk River 12-4 Wednesday night at Henderson Park which leaves them with a 9-2 record, the same as the Lethbridge Junior Miners. Andy Shorthouse went all the way on the mound for the Cubs, allowing six hits and striking out 10 Milk River batters. Steve lasted only two innings, was the loser. Jim Campbell had a triple, double and single for the Cubs wliile Bill Kenny added a double and single. Carson Bailie paced Milk River with a pair of angles. Cubs will be back in action this Sunday at Henderson when they meet Taber twice. In other games Sunday, the Junior Miners travel to Pincher Creek for a pair of games, Vulcan will be in Milk River for a twin-bill, and Brooks faces Enchant twice in Enchant. THII' TO MHX1CO VANCOUVER (CP> Can- ada's women's volleyball team travels to Mexico Cily Hie V.'cMcrn Hemisphere champion-; ships July 23-25, team coach two a starter lor Toledo. I Vice Lindal said Wednesday. "Yankees Not For Sale NEW YORK (AP'i New York Yankees officials said the baseball club was not for sale and no negotiations for sale were under way despite a state- ment in London Wednesday that a London investment company was attempting to buy the team. "We are not negotiating with anybody and the club is not for said a spokesman for Mi- chael Burke, president of the Yankees who are owned by the Columbia Broadcasting System. A similar slat e m e n t was made by a CBS spokesman. Jerome D. Hoffman, an American who is president of International Investors Group Service. which soils mu- tual funds, stid in London he was going to New York to try to buy the loam. Then, with the bases loaded later in the inning. Brown car- omed a single off Mike Megan's glove for two more runs. Dick McAuliffe had two homers for the Tigers. Rico Pelrocelli ripped his sec- ond grand slam homer in four days and Tony Conigliaro lied the score with a two-run shot in the ninth inning as Boston wiped out a five-run Chicago lead to beat the White Sox. George Scott singled, raced to third on a passed ball and then scored en liill Melton's error for the Keel Sox' winning run in the Mlh. Reliever Paul Lindblad slopped a seventh-inning Cleve- land rally and preserved Oak- land's victory over tha Indians with last-out help from Jim (Mudcat) Grant. Leaves PHILADELPHIA CAP) Bill Putnam has quit as president of Philadelphia Flyers and is sell- ing his 25-per-cent interest in the National Hockey League club as the aftermath of a power struggle with majority owner Ed Snider. Putnam is selling his stock to F. Eugene Dixon, a prominent Philadelphia socialite, for a re- ported He is leaving as an executive because of fric- tion with Snider. This isn't the first executive family but up for Snider. He was fired as vice-president of the National Football League's Philadelphia Eagles two years ago in a confrontation with for- mer owner Jerry Wolman and then general manager-coach Joe Kuharich. The deal for the sale of Put- nam's stock has not been com- pleted. He decided to sell when an attempt to buy out his part- ners failed. It was Putnam who organized the Flyers and di- rected them through their early years in the NHL. Dixon, a member of the Wid- ener family of thoroughbred racing fame, was appointed a director cf the Fivers last fall when the beard was expanded (o five. He was recommended by Joseph Scott, another Flyers' minority stockholder. The friction between Snider and Putnam started after Sni- der was fired by the Eagles and turned his attention to the hockey team in which he owned 60 per cent of the stock. Putnam and former general manager Bud Poile were on one side and Snider and Scott aligned on the other. Snider gradually took over the day-to-day operation oftthe team with Putnam fading into the background. The big blowup came just before last Christmas when Snir'er fired Poile and named Keith Allen general manager. Putnam then decided to either buy the team or get out. NATIONAL LEAGUE W If 38 Chicago Pittsburgh New York..... a St. Louis.......25 Philadelphia 2-1 Montreal 19 West Cincinnati mta 30 Los Angeles 31 San Francisco id Houston .......26 San Diego.....26 .737 .564 .554 GBL 4 HV'J 10 lOVi 17 17Vb TODAY'S GAMES Cincinnati Merrill li-3 at Montreal Morton 5-3 N Atlanta Nash 7-2 al Philadelphia Wise 4-3 N St. Louis Carolton 3-7 at Los Angeles Sutton 7-5 N Chicago Hands 7-4 at San Diego Coombs 5-4 or Corklns 4-5 N WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS New York 001 001 300-3 7 0 Houslon 100 500 7 I Ryan {4-5} Folkers (5) Taylor (7) nd Grote, Dyer Lemaster (4-3) Ray (7) Dllauro (7) Gfadding (7) and Edwards, Bryant HRs: Cincinnati 300 ooo 7 n I Montreal ooo ooo i 3 I McGlothlln (8-3) and Bench, Cor- ales Wegener (0-1) Reed (4) .frohmayer ('71 Renko (9) and Bate- nan. HRs: (21) Carbo Atlanta MO 000 9 0 Philadelphia loo ooo i 3 0 Stone (6-1) and Tillman; Short (3-6) Palmer (7) Lersch (9) and Edwards. Pittsburgh 300 KO OW- 2 i 0 San Francisco 300 000 4 -1 e AAoosa (6-5) and Sanguillen; Perry (9-6) and Died. HRs: (19) Mays (14) Henderson Chicago .COS 700 I an Drega 211 300 15 2 Colborn, Dunegan (0-2) Decker Barber (B) ond Hralt; Dobson Herbel (9) and HRs: Williams Hickman Callison SD-Mur- rell Brown SI. Louis fllO (WO 7 1 ;s Angelei 210 010 A 5 1 Torrez (4-5) Afcernathy Limey Briles (8) and Simmons; Mocller (2-1) and Mailer. AMERICAN LEAGUE East VJ i Ballimore ......37 Nev.- York.....33 Boston........26 Detroit.......25 Washington 25 Cleveland Minnesota California Oakland Chicago Kansas City Milwaukee Pet. 9 .661 4 .579 fi .500 6 .490 9 .463 1 .404 34 17 .657 .375 .370 .315 15V'j TODAY'S GAMES Washington Bosman 5-5 at Kansas City Butler 2-4 N Milwaukee Brabender 2-7 at Detrolf Niekro 5-4 H Oakland Dobson 5-6 at Cleveland Mc- Dowell 8-4 N California R. May 4-3 at Cuellar 6-4 N WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS Oakland 040 101 1ft 1 Cleveland on no 4 9 3 Odorn, Segul (-0, Lacheman Lindblad (3-0) (7) Grant- (9) and Fer- nandez; Paul (0-3) Lasher (2) Chance (5) Hennigan (6) Higgins (9) and Fosse. HRs: Cle-Sims (10) Fosse California 006 000 1 8 1 Baltimore 100 IOD 8 0 Wright (B-4) K. Tatum (8) and Eg- an; Palmer (6-3) and Etchebarren. HR: Minnesota 000 100 4 I New York 000 020 3 7 0 Elyleven PerrancskI (3) and Mitterwald; Stoitle m y r e (6-4) and Munson. HR: Washington 211 120 8 IB I Kansas City 000 001 1 5 1 Coleman (5-3) and Casanova; Rook- er (3-4) Bunker (3) Nelson (5) Drab- owsky (6) Wright (3) and Rodriguez HR: Boston 000 000 002 000 11-7 I Chicago 023 100 000 00- J 1 Nagv, Brett Lyle Koonce Romo (5-0) (121, Stange (14) and Satriano; Horlen, Murphy (3-7) (12) and Herrmann. HRs: Bps- Pelrocelli T. Conigliaro Chi -Berry Milwaukee 010 MO 3 I l Detrclt 001 7 9 1 Bolin, Gelnar (2-3) (7) and Roof, McNcrtney Wilson, Kilkenney Saunders (l-I) Timmerman (B) and Freohan. HRs: Detroit -McAuliffe 2 Kaline FULL PUES NYLON CORD WITH GRIP-AROUND TREAP "The More For Your Money Tire" 4 full 100% tension Tempered nylon construction Heat guard prelection Tough armorubber treat] with polybiitadjene Multiple gripping Priced from ELRICH TIRE LTD. TIRE Av. South or ;