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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 12, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta rricliiy, Juno 12, 1970 THE IETHBRIDCE HERAltP 9 TAKE THAT Jackie Charllon of England appears to be finishing off a good left hand to the chin of Czechoslovakia goalie Ivo Viktor in Thursday's action. England won Ihe game 1-0 on a disputed goal. Hike Boychuk stroked a dou- ble and single to spark the Sen- ators to a 54 Senior Little League victory over the Com- ets. Ezio Gardine took Hie pitch- ing verdict with the loss going to Ronnie Moser. James McLaren added a pair of singles for the winners while losing pitcher Moser and Marty Maxwell had a double and sin- gle apiece for the losers. The Angels hounced the Yan- kees 16-9 in a Lakeside Little League contest as Harvey Poc- za had a triple, double and sin- gle. Allan Gepneris, who struck out 10 batters, was the winning pitcher with the loss tagged on Steve Devcic. Brian Turner added two sin- gles for the winners while Cur- tis Schwitzer paced the Yankees with a double and two singles and Ken Hall added two singles. Dave Koskoski whiffed nine batters and allowed only four hits as the Braves blanked the Dodgers 7-0 in the More rest Litlle League. Tom Block had a double and single for the Braves off of los- ing hiu-ler Brace Cave while Mike Vercillp added two sin- gles. Keith Miyas'hiro was tops for the Dodgers with a pair of sin- gles. In another Norcrest Little League game, the Cardinals dumped the Cubs 12-4. Darryl Voght gained the mound verdict while Kocky Wells absorbed the loss. Jack Simpson had two dou- bles and a single for the Car- d i n a I s while Jim Eapuano chipped in with three singles and Danny Reidlehuber added a EXHIBITION AUDITORIUM p.m. ABDULLAH THE BUTCHER vs CARLOS BELAFONTE SWEET DADDY SIK! vs DAN KROFFAT BOBBY ond JERRY CHRISTY vs SWEETAN ond HAYES Marconi vs Sharpadze Babic vs Valentine ADMISSION 51.50 Box Office Opens 7 p.m. Watch STAMPEDE WRESTLING Sat. afternoon and Mon. night on CJLH-TV Chan. 7 home run and single. Losing pitcher Wells had two singles in four times at bat for the Cubs. In Norcrest Minor League ac- tion, the Pumas fell to the Con- gal's' 21-20. Marty Sarouyk took the pitch- ing win with the loss going to Perry Foster. Mike Pietramala and Sarouyk each had a home run for the winners while Tony Solowjow blasted a home run and single for the Pumas. David Zarooben fired the third strike past 12 batters and aided his own cause at the plate with a double and single as the Wolves bounced the Tigers 13-3 in another Norcrest Minor League game. Ron Bryan also tagged los- ing pitcher Bruce Olsen with a double and single while Brad Brown stroked a home run in a losing effort. Ross Mitchell twirled a two- hitter as the Blue Jays posted a 11-3 Lakeside Minor League victory over the Astros. Dennis Taylor led the Blue Jays' attack against Astros' pitcher Barry Forrcy as he had two doubles and two singles while Neil Povey added four sin- gles. Tile Blue Jays will be in ac- tion Sunday at Lakeview at six o'clock as they face the Haid- ers in ?n exhibition contest. Randy Andreachuk poked1 out a triple and two singles to i lead the Expos to a 114 Big League victory over the New Dayton Giants. Terry Focza was the winning pitcher while Donny Court suf- fered the defeat. Greg Hamilton added a tri- ple and double while Ken Nak- ama chipped in with a double and single for the Expos. England Remains Alive hi Defence Of Cnnvn crawled through the some with bumpers From AIMtcutors MEXICO CITY (CP) Eng- land's defending champions, It- aly's European chmnpions and iiosl Mexico gained the points they needed Thursday to adv ance to the World Cup soccer quarter-finals. The lid promptly blew off this soccer-rnad cily. Thousands of yelling, dancing Mexicans paraded the boule- vards of their1 capital in a giant celebration which would have led an innocent onlooker to be- lieve the host team had just won the Jules Kimet Trophy, emblematic of world soccer su premacy. Europeans here to follow the fortunes of their teams said it was the biggest mob scene they'd seen since celebrations at the end of the Second World War. The Mexicans were marking the advancement of a Mexican team to the group of eight for the first time in World Cup competition. Care streets, scraping the road from (he weight of youngsters clinging to every surface. Buses had extra burden of 40 or 50 non- paying passengers, chanting iron! the roof "Me-he-co, Me- he-co." The fact that Mexico scraped to a 1-0 decision over Belgium on a goal from a disputed pen- alty didn't matter a bit. PENALTY DISPUTED England's 1-0 win over Czech- oslovakia also came on a hotly- disputed penalty kick. And the best Italy could do against Is- rael's amateurs was a 0-0 tie. In the day's fourth game, also-rans Morocco and Bulgaria tied 1-1. Of the 16 teams that opened World Cup play here May 31, Mexico, Russia, Uruguay, Italy, Brazil, England, West Germany R Peru have qualified for sud- den-death quarter-final games Sunday. The teams packing for home after failing to survive group round-robin play are Morocco, Sweden, El Salvador, Bulgaria, Israel, Belgium, Romania and Czechoslovakia. Still unsettled was whether Mexico 01' Russia takes first place in Group I. The teams ended even with five points each from three games and identical goal spreads. Lots were to be drawn today to de- cide which is group im- portant in deciding who plays whom in the criss-cross sched- ule which has the leader of Group I playing the second- place team in Group II and vice versa. Until the draw, S u n d a y 's quarter-finals shaped up this way: In Mexico City: Mexico or Russia vs. Uruguay. In Toluca: Italy vs. Mexico or Russia. In Guadalajara: Brazil vs. Peru. In Leon: West Germany vs. England. Mexico, England and Italy, in joining the five countries which had clinched quarter-final berths earlier, had little to cheer about in the way they did it SCORE ONLY ONCE Italy topped the Group 11 standings with four points from three games, but managed to score only one against in getting there. The Italians played scoreless ties with Uruguay and Israel. Calgary Named Skating Site OTTAWA CP) The 1972 world figure skating champion- ships will be held in Calgary, the Canadian Figure Skating Association announced today. The Canadian association said a news release that authori- zation for (he championships to be held in Canada in 1972 was Wanted by the Inelrnational Skating Union, with headquar- ters in Davos. Switzerland. The competition is (o be held .a March, following the Winter Olympics that year in Japan. Ross Whitmoro lesseo Owner TEXACO CAR CARE Another reason why you should call in at Holiday Time is Tuue-ljj) Time! We Specialize in TUNE-UPS Carburetor and Ignition ALL WORK GUARANTEED! E! Rancho Ave., M.M. Drive Phone 327-5406 England was struggling most of the time in ils l-ti victory over the Czechs, despite five changes in the lineup from the learn that lost 1-0 lo Brazil. Vet- eran Jack Charllon, Allan Clarke, Jeff Astle. Colin Bell and Kcilh Newton were put into the starting lineup but England rarely achieved true rhythm. Clarke, 22, formerly of Leeds United, scored the only goal. Al- though it was his first full inter- national game, he was icy calm as he sank the penalty shot in the minute after fooling Czech goalkeeper Ivo Viktor into moving Ihe wrong way. The penalty shot, ordered by France, was hotly argued by (he- Czechs and the largely-Mex- ican crowd. England manager Sir Alf Ramsey said he considered his team's performance disappoint-1 co's only goal against Belgium. ing. Discussing the penalty award by Machin, Ramsey said: "I be- lieve the Czech player touched the ball with his hand." The shot was awarded when Jack, gohij; for (lie ball, brought down Javier Valdivia. Mexico's captain, Gustavo Pena, scored on Hie penalty in referee Roger Machin of Vladimir llagara, tackling Colin Belgium's coach Raymond Goethal said his reaction to the Bell, tripped and appeared to j loss was the stand- handle the ball as he down. A call by referee Angel Cocr- ezza of Argentina led to Mcxi- went j ard of refereeing at the penalty decision at trie hos- tile way the crowd greeted ev- erything we did." Norlliruf) Finds The Range i I Ji By THE CANADIAN PRESS Carl Morton collected a debt from his Montreal Expos team- mates Thursday night and used (he proceeds to beat Cincinnati Reds 8-4. "There have been a couple of times when I've given up only one earned run and Mor- ton said. "Rusty Staub told me the hitlers owed that one to me." Slaub had a double and catcher John Balemau slugged a three-run homer in an eight- hit Montreal attack to back Morton to his sixth victory in nine starts. In other National League games, Clu'cago Cubs downed San Diego Padres 7-1, Los Ange- les Dodgers edged St. Louis Cardinals 2-1 in 12 innings and Atlanta Braves defeated Phila- delphia Phillies M. Batemans homer off loser Jim Merrill helped the Expos take a 5-0 lead in the first in- ning. "I hit a letter-high fast ball." he said. mil Don Hahn opened the five-i inning with a double i Staub's double sent him home. Adolfo Phillips and Coco Laboy each singled before Batema-i slammed his homer to right- centre field. -run real crowd of snapped a homer in the sixth by Bob Bai- and five-game winning streak. It j ley put Montreal on top to stay. was "the last of a visit to Montreal. three-game I An error and three walks gave the Cubs a run in the first Tony Perez hit his 22nd homer and they added two more in Ihe and j'ohnny Bench his 19th to i second. pull Cincinnati within one run of Meanwhile outfielder Jim Nor- The Reds' loss before a Mont-! the Expos but a two-run pinch George Santoni continued to i Thursday Murray Coleman's have almost everything his own i single in the fourth inning way while the defending cham- j was Ihe lone Lethbridge Holcl pion Labor Club came up with i safety. A Lethbridge Horseshoe Club will be formed tin's Sunday at Indian Battle Park. Any local or district persons wishing to join the club to learn how to play horseshoes are welcome to attend the pro- ceedings which will begin at three o'clock. It is hoped by officials that a large enough membership can be obtained Sunday so that a horseshoe league can be form- ed. Anyone planning to atlend, and who has a set of horse- shoes, are asked to bring them their biggest scoring output of the season Thursday night in the Commercial Men's Fastb a 11 League. Santoni. who hurled a one-hit- ter Wednesday, turned around and did the same thing Thurs- day as the Dallas Hotel Cow- boys blanked the Lethbridge Hotel U-0. Danny Santoni paced the Cow- boys' attack against losing pit- cher Bill Jackson as he stroked a triple .and double. In Wednesday's Contest George Santoni lost his no-hitter in the seventh inning while Tern Yip fired a thfee-hitter in the second game as the La- bor Club blasted Nu-Mode Homes 15-1. Terry Rhodes had a home run and a single off loser Arie Kon- ynenbolt "while Richard Choi- lack. Darrel Knibbs and Brian Murkin each had a triple and single. Next games in the league will be played Monday at Dave El- ton with a doubleheader being run off. A southern Alberta horseshoe champion will be in Sunday to give instructions on throwing and the rules of the game. Persons needing any further information can phone Moodie at 327-7207. Bob Kelio Tourney Set For Sunday The annual Keho Lake golf tournament is sche d u 1 e d for this weekend. A one day, match-play event, golfers are asked to qualify be- fore the nine o'clock opening tee-off. Entries for the event are set golf course is located three miles north and three miles east of Nobleford. at S3. The Winnipeg Gets Team WINNIPEG (CP) Winni- peg has been granted a triple- "A" baseball franchise and will be the new home for Buffalo Bisons of the Interna t i o n a 1 League. The move was announced Thursday at a news conference after a lease agreement was concluded between Montreal Expos and Winnipeg Enter- prises Corp., operator of Win- nipeg Stadium. Terry Hind, general manager .of the team which_ is to be known as Winnipeg Whips, said the first game will be played in Winnipeg June 19 against Syra- cuse Chiefs. The failing Buffalo franchise was ordered out of the New York state city by the league. The decision opened the door for discussions between parent- team Expos and the league to relocate the franchise in Winni- peg. Hind said 27 games have been scheduled for Winnipeg but that a number of games also will be played in Montreal because of prior commitments at the seat Winnipeg Stadium. Winnipeg's entry in the Inter- national League, however, may last only until the end of this season. WE'RE OPEN 24 Hours A Day Everyday! sure to Check Our Selection Stereo Tapes. We have one of fhe largest dis- plays in Southern Alberta. MOORE'S ESSO SERVICE CORNER 3rd AVENUE AND MAYOR MAGRA1H DRIVK licensed Mechanic On from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mon., Thur., Ffi. I Fishing Licences Live Bait Etc., Etc. of thrup hit his first grand slam home run in two seasons Thurs- day nijyl to break a 2-2 lie and give Detroit Tigers a 0-2 Ameri- can League decision over .Mil- waukee Brewers. Norihrup, wlu hit five bases- loaded home runs in ciuding one in the Series against St. Lcuis now has a total of eight in six major league seasons. Thurs- day's blow extended Milwau- kee's away-from-hame losing streak to 17 games. Elsewhere in Ihe American League Thursday. Baltimore Orioles crushed California An- gels 9-1 and Cleveland Indians nipped Oakland Athletics 6-5 in 10 innings. The only other scheduled game, Washington at Kansas City, was rained out. JACK'S PLUMBING SERVES LETHBRIDGE For Estimates Phone JACK FULLER 328-2515 Sights for s All rifles are equipped with some kind of sight. But, certain rifle sights are superior to others. Of all the sights, the Open Sight is the most common but the least satis- factory for target shooting. It's recognized by its Post or Bead front sight and V or U-notch rear sight. The next most common sight is the Aperture Rear and Post Front Sight. This type is superior to the Open Sight. As the eye has a natural tendency to center in a' I circle, this sight allows your eye to automatically concentrate on the Front Sight and the target. The Aperture Rear and Front Sight I is by far the best combination. With 1 this sight, when cor- rectly aligned on the target, the rear sight, the front sight and bullseye appear as a series of concentric circles. Any error in aiming can be easily observed and corrected. If you're interested in becoming one of the many Canadians who enjoy shooting, write for informa- tion on the CIL Shooting Sporls program. CIL, Box 10, Montreal 101, Quebec. Illustrated above, the CIL Model 125, Just the rifle for general plinking and varmint shooting. Has bolt action with clip magazine and attractive rich walnut Monte Carlo type stock. Has special hooded foresight with receiver grooved for scope mounting. Sporting Arms Ammunition, HOYT'S DOWNTOWN 606-608 3rd Ave. S., Lethbridge, Alta. Phone 327-5767 ;