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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 15, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Monday, Juno 15, West Germans Bailie Hack From 2-0 Deficit ed From World Cu From AP-IU'utors MEXICO CITY (CP) De- fending champion England was ousted from the 1970 World Cup soccei championships as Ihu competition was reduced Sun- day lo lour Germany and Italy fron: Eu- rope and Brazil and Uruguay from Eoutl) America. The West Germans, 3-2 con- querors of England in extra time, play Italy in Mexico City in one semi-final Wednesday. Italy defeated host Mexico 4-1. Ill Wednesday's other scmi-fi- nal at Guadalajara, Brazil will meet Uiuguay. The Brazilians, now favored to win it all, beat Peril 4-2 Sunday and Uruguay lopped the Soviet Union J-0 in extra time on a disputed goal. The semi-final matchups as- sure that the final will be be- tween an European and a South American team, in a clash of contrasting soccer styles. All four semi-finalists are pvc- vious champions'. Three of the teams, Italy, Brazil and Uru- guay, are seeking to make the Jules Ilinret Trophy their per- manent property with an un- precedented tliird World Cu triumph. England, one of the favorite to reach the finals here, well on the way to victory wit a 2-0 lead over West German; B7 minutes into the game. But an attempt to slow Hi game to a walk and a couple o substitutions disturbed the team's outstanding cohesion. ENGLAND SCORES AGAINST GERMANY Geoffrey Hurst scores goal for England Sunday in World Soccer Cup quarter final against Germany at Leon, Mexico. Germany's Bertie Vogts, centre, mokes unsuccessful attempt at block, while Germany's goalkeeper Sepp Maier, right, was too late to block the scoring. Lancers Post Two Victories ions Settle For A Pair Of Ties By GLENN WYROSTOK Herald Sporls Writer Lelhbfidge Native Sons weni looking for a pair of Alberta Junior Lacrosse League victor ies tins weekend but had lo set tie for a pair of ties. Sons tangled twice with the Pair Signed By Bombers WINNIPEG (CP) -Winnipeg Blue Bombers of the Western Canada Football League have announced signing running back .Roger Grimes and tight end Mitch Zalnasky. Grimes, a six-foot, 212-pound halfback-fullback, joins Blue Bombers after two year's with Philadelphia Eagles. The Penn State graduate was used prim- arily as a Mocker wlu'Ie playing for (he university. Zalnasky returns to the Win- nipeg team after sitting out the 1969 season with knee trouble. The six-foot-three, 225-pound end is an excellent blocker and has good hands, and says his knee is ready. Blue Bombers have signed to date 16 veterans and 28 rookies. BENY'S SALES STAFF JIM NACHAY Jim has been employed Beny's for six years as a service advisor. He also had 6 years previous automotive experience. was born and raided in end is wcM known to mnny. Ib is a married man with children. He welcomes many friends and acquain- hin-cs to see him ct Beny's far their molorjnq needs. He will he very pleased to he of service to them. Edmonton Inglewood Sham- rocks at the Arena and the two clubs battled to a 3-3 deadlock Saturday and then settled nothing Sunday as they ended up in a 5-5 tie. Native Sons were sk seconds away from victory Sunday. Sons went ahead for the first time in the game with just two minutes and 48 seconds left on the clock when Dave Sutherland found the netting but Len Fasek knotted the count when he scored a disputed goal with just sis seconds left. Lethbridge goaltender Don Hall argued that the shot hi his stick and bounced off the goal post but the goal was al- lowed by tire referees. Dave Smith, Don Shackleford, Ken Murray and Wayne Bowes were tire other goal-getters for the Native Sons Who were be- hind l-o after the first period and down 3-2 after the second. Ray Anaka, who was handed a game misconduct in the third period, led the Edmonton at- tack with two goals while other Race Remits EDMONTON (CP) Northlands Park race results Saturday; First g, 3-year-olrt lalder cfaii King Sparkle (Hunt) 3.40 7.60, Heirafion I Scott) 9.70 Crimson Kafe (Hedge) 3.40. Time: 4-5. Cobber Bill, Easter Elchies, Red Deer Lake, Hazy Kid, Teri's Return also ran. Second claiming, .1-year-olds and up, 7 furlongs. Miss Overall (Jackson! 67.20 21.80 9.30, Prairie Dew (Parsons) 9.60 5.00, Wolf's Go Go (Shields) 3.00. Time: 2-5. Azure Sea, Punter's Joy, Brown Monarch, Kizam, Noble Stranger, also DAI'LY DOUBLE: 5235.60. Third claiming, .i-yoar-olds 7 furlongs. Tetraspeed (Barroby) 5.10 3.60 7-70, Fantascanbc (Hedge) 7 EG Silver 3andy (BHiingsiey) 4.BO Time: Astro Prince, Winning Gloree, Fwj 'atches, Jumping Giant, Censworlh also ran. Fourth 3-year-olds, 7 fur- Seventh allowance, 4-yea; Icncs. -olds, 7 fur- Dark Secret (Coombs) J.90 3.10 3.00, Eagle Hill (Barroby) J.20 3.60, Fall Session (Sladnyk) Time: 2-5. Coal Dust, Alltrust, Turilex, Ex- pedite, Northern Mission also ran. Eighth Borden ParV. Handicap, 4- year-olds, 1 1-16 miles. There And Back (Sfadnyk) 29.10 11.80 6.50, A Dead Run (Norris) 3.70 3.10, Rapid Kaiak (Giesbrecht) Time: 1-5. TaM Ridge, Lonk, Pandora's Box, Paddygoeasy, Sioux Cadet also ran. Ninth ing, J-year-oIds and claimi 7 furlongs. Hoi Flighf (Rasmussen) 11 ?fl 3.90, My Escudo Hedge) 6.60 Bon (Billincsley) 2.JO. Time: 3-5. Wain Haio, lerraro. Dashing KnigM, Klondike Doll. Speedometer also ran. mcl UP, I QUINELLA: SJ5.9Q. SI .MO claiming, ongi. Luck Stu (Rasmussen) 7.90 J.20 3 'olish Red (Norris) 10.00 5.70, To .lue (Ccmfcs) 5.10. Time: Joey Law, Chuckle On, The Iron rirl, Pintado, Shool Out also ran. Baseball In the senior Little League Edmonton marksmen were John Antonello and Al Dubeta. Native Sons lost the services of captain Ken Gregus midway through the first period when he was handed a game mis- conduct. Lethbridge had to pot two goals in the last two minutes of the game Saturday to earn thek' tie. Ken Gregus tied the game at 3-3 with about a minute left on the clock. Playing-coach Dave Smith had narrowed the gap to 3-2 about a minute earlier. Ron Chmielewski was the other scorer for the Native Sons while John Antonello, Len Fasek and Pat Nibbilh't replied for Edmonton. Edmonton held a 1-0 lead after the first 20-minutes of play and the two clubs were tied 1-1 at the end of the second stanza. Native Sons will be back in action next weekend when they travel to Edmonton for the pair1 of games with the second- place Edmonton Meadlowlark. Smith is confident that his club can come up with at least one victory against Meadlow- lark. "We'll can quote me on that." The Lethbridge Juvenile Lan- ;rs were flying high on the weekend as they notched a pair of victories. Saturday, they bounced Cal- gary Wildwood 7-1 and then iunday trimmed the same club 3-1. Ken Boychnk popped in three goals Saturday for the Lancers vlu'le singles went lo Doug urkham, Brian Andres, Pliil win one of those said Smith, "and you j the Giants trimmed the Ath- j Legge and Dan Iwaskiw. SI.400 cljirnlng, ongs. NOW 115 P.M'itv I.JO, Flying Phil UQ, Belle 1 3-year-olds, 7 fur- leltcs 10-8 as Allen Robinson struck out .13. Cam McLennan was ihc loser, Robinson aided his own cause with a home run and two singles. Harold Oddic and Dan- ny Hall also chipped in with three hits. Rick Callics stroked a double and a single for (he Athletics. Sunday, Brian Andres, Bill Cerutti and Dn-ayne Kirchncr handled the Lancers' scoring. CM Cheng Scls World Record PORTLAND, Ore. Franz Bcekenbaucr, oulslaric ing in the German midfiold, ra lied his team for' a tic in rcgul (ion time and Gerhard Mullc ;he leading scorer so far these championships with sigl goals, scored the winner at idllth minute. West; Germany thus won r< venge for its 4-2 loss in ovci time (o England in the I960 cu final, it was the second victor for Germany over England in 5 years. Alan Mullery scored in LI minute and Martin -Pctei in the 55th to put England int its 2-0 lead. But the mighty Bcckenbaue restored the German verve wit a goal in the G8th minute an veteran Uwe Seeler, playing i his fourth World Cup, tied th score in the 81st minute. England manager Sir Al Ramsey had sent Bobby Belli for Bobby Chariton in the G9t .linute and Norman Hunter 5o 'cters just before the tyinf goal. MOVE JUSTIFIED Reporters asked Ramsey why :ie had removed Charllon. He "We had planned t iring in new player, and still think the move was justi ied." Ramsey added: "Never be- 'ore had England lost such a de- cisive game after being in the end 2-0." He said his defence made two bad mistakes which ed to German goals. The Germans "won by the uck of the said Ram ey, who added he considers Brazil a stronger team. Helmut Schoen, West German earn manager, also was askec vhat he thought of the substitu ion for Chariton. His reply. 'Maybe his engine was not run ning at high speed any more." Schoen complimented Ramsej m his fine team and added 'To play England in the noon teat of Mexico for two hours is vhat I will describe as murder 3US." All Mexico was plunged into .oom by its team's 4-1 loss to jaly, although the fans in a Stadium gave the win- ners a warm hand at the end o. he match after having relent- essly urged the Mexican team o greater efforts throughout the IEXICO SCORES FIRST Mexico struck first, Jose Luis Jonzales scoring from close ange in the 12th minute. Then :ie Italians hit peak attacking orm for the first time in the hampionshlps. Javier Guzman ied the score in the 25th min- te. The goal at first was cred- ,ed to Angelo Domenghini bu' Mexicans later confirmed lat Guzman had diverted the hot on the way into the net. Then Luigi Riva linked up vith Gianni Rivera, brought on s a second-half subtsilute, anc he pair combined prettily for liree goals. -Riva scored in the 3rd and 75th minutes and Riv- ra in the 68th. Brazil exploited openings in 3eru's defence, with the famous 'ele leading the charge. Pele nasterminded the first gi cored by Rivelino in the ilth minute. He also had a part in ic pair of goals by Tostao anc ne by Jairzinho. Tostao scored hi the 15th and 52nd minutes, and Jairzinho in the fifth to date. Teofilo Cubillas of Peru also his fiftli the G9th minute. The other goal for the losers was netted by Gallardo in the -28th minute. Uruguay and Russia, were Bearing the end of 30 minutes of extra time when Victor Espar- rago scored the game's lone goal, in the 117th minute. If they had finished overtime with- out scoring, a draw would have decided which went into the semi-finals. The Russians claimed Espar- rago had fouled a Russian player in front of the net, but the referee ignored the protest and let the goal stand. "Uruguay played better than we said Russian coach Gavril Katchalin, although he added the reservation that bis team had bad luck. Comeback Bid For Euglciioru WRESTLING TONIGHTI P.M. AliDULtAH vs BEtAFONTE Plu-, <1 big bouts S2 SLTl'ON, Mass (AP) Shir- ley Englchorn capped a dra- matic comeback with a pres- sure-packed birdie on the 72ird hole Sunday to tic Kathy Whr- tworth and force a playoff for tire Ladies Professional Golf As- sociation championship. Miss Englchorn fiied a clos- ing round of tlircc-undcr-par 70 gles in five (rips In Ihc plate world records Saturday, clock- j while Miss WhihTOiih look a 72 l.o Ihn Afhlptic.'-; to R ing 10. 1 seconds in the women's] lo wind up tied v.ilji 23-5 lotals Senior l.illle victory j "M-yard dash and 22.7 in flic 220 i Pleasant Valley Country Club. I Saturday, in the Portland Rose! They will meet for "ihc 10th Festival Trad; Meet. LPGA title in an 13-hole show- John Vildman was the win- MJSS Cheng was co-holder ol I down this morning. I pitcher with [he loss going I the women's 100-yard dash rcc-! Miss appeared on to Jerry Arcshcnko. j at (0.3 Wyonu'a Tyrus I her way to an easy victory as .Maclx'tinan added three l of United Slates and Mar-: she held a foiir-slrnkc lead on .singles for Ihc uinncrs while lene Matthews of Australia. i Miss iMidchorn after r.n holes. r Chi Cheng, 26-year-old sprinter! Uenn Mills five sm-fron) Formosa, shattered two ANDY CAPP I'VE GOT MV NEW DRESS ON COME TELL ME WHAT IT LOOKS LIKE IN MOST PLACES IT LOOKS LIKE SllilliiSiiiillll GLENDALE BOWL WEDNESDAY LADIES Rita Salmon 289; Marlene Tremcl 18; Irene Lynde 283; Marc) McLauqli- in 253; Ollic Palmer 254; Lynn 237; Jessie McDonald 252; Nova n Dowdell 2.18; Jean Passey 279 7191; Kay Woodman 296; Carol Polo- 2J9. WEDNESDAY MIXED John Harvie 261; Dave Burrows 256; Lenora Lumley 25J; Moe Martin 283; Ores! Yurchak !97; Sandy Scattergood Mary Ann Robinson 260; Bardies 265; Don Csssell 278; John icattergood 233. PENSIONERS M. Adams 160; H. Meyers ISO; Lll Dickout 275; Sadie Vandesype 159; H. Schaalje 134; E. Schaffer 163. THURSDAY MIXED Judy Harnack 239; John Rempel 81 Vi Price 267 Jean 'assey 245; Eldon Westling 290; Lyle imyke 214; Lorraine Persley 226; Ellen King 23S; William Kolysher 232; 5 Gain CAPRI BOW YOUNG ADULTS Eugene Yamsda 276; Barry Sea- man 234 Ron Senda 295 im Malcomson 26? Ken Lar- 263 Linda Malcomson 246 Sharon Grismer 241; Dai 243; Marie Waselenak 215; andie Keturakis 211. SENIOR CITIZENS Henry Beciithold 281 Matt ernhart 263 Frank Bernhart 41 Dill Jensen 252 Ei 211; Jim Whelan 199; Florence VUJIer 191; Isabella Evans 189. MONDAY NIGHT MIXED Tak Katakaml 289 Sam Girar- I 293 Cliff Larson 301 en Kurlz 314 John Erit'kson 86; Grace Snider 249 Liz Barton '6 Pat Larson 257 Ei- een Barton 254 A0ries Rains 12 Isabella Bergman 288 TUESDAY AFTERNOON LADIES Marge Malcomson 256 Helen leal 243; Barbara Buijert 265 ean Passey 234 Kathy Lud- 'Icj 228 Mel Firmerty 227; Lydla leworsky 226; Gloria Pearson 220; oan Sudo 216; Peggy Forry 214. TUESDAY NIGHT LADIES Agnes Pocza. 254 Mary Har- ie 254 Coleen Sindlinyer 253; ean- Christie 257 Mary Wish- evskl 251 Verna Hillcoa! 241; Bosch 241 Anne torid J6 Ruth Johnson 243 irtay Hiebert 24-) 'EDNESDAY AFTERNOON LADIES Faye Urano 297 Isabel Or- en 282 Nalda Low 280 lasa Goshinmon 282 Joan No- ell 55R; Lorraine Kirthner 248; Ag- es Pocza 242 Florence Rolling- on 238 Vcrna Volden 226 abelle Bergman 226 WEDNESDAY NIGHT MIXED Georae Zarycki 266; Ken Malcom- on 272 George Malchetf 294 Norin Haugen 296; Bill Hamil- in 261 Linda Malcomson 235 Peggy KIrby W; Hilda TInordi 27; Frances Harris 248; Gladys Ar- 10Ur 273 CLASSIC TRIPLES Bill Koskoskl 161 Linda Malcomson 335 Abe Enns 331 Marg Smiih 296; Jim Hiqa B6; Jock Mulqrew 281 John empel 274 Jean Christie 271 Jean Passey May iebert 243 NATIONAL LEAGUE East W Chicago 32 New York 30 Pittsburgh 30 St. Louis 26 Philadelphia 25 Montreal..... 22 Cincinnati Los Angeles Atlanta San Francisco Houston ?an Diego Pet. .582 .503 .492 .464 .431 .379 .721 .550 .544 .467 .435 .431 TODAY'S GAMES St. Louis Torrez 4-6 at San Diego Dobson 5-5 H Houston Grirtin 2-7 at Philadelphia Jackson 1-5 N Pittsburgh Walker 5-3 at Los An- geles Moeller 2-1 N Only games scheduled. SUNDAY'S RESULTS Cincinnati 000 3-D 114-11 IB 1 Philadelphia 100 000 1 McGlothlin (9-3) and Bench, Cor- rales Short Palmer (5) Wilson Lersch (9) and Edwards. Houston .....001 000 4 1 Montreal 000 78D 4 Lemaster Gladding (8) anc Edwards; Renkb Raymond (9) and Bateman. HR: Mll-Boccabella Atlanta 311 010 New York 100132 10 1 Jarvis Priddy (4) and man. King Seaver (9-5) and Dyer. HRs: Garrett St. Louis 000 102 San Francisco 020 221 100- 7 Taylor Campisi Limy and Simmons; Marichal and Dieiz. HRs: Cardena Pittsburgh 000 000 1 4 l San Diego 000100 9 1 Moose and May; Kirby (3-7) and Barton. HR: Chicago 220010 7 1 Los Angeles 120 000 570 Decker, Regan (4-1) (7) and Watt; Singer, Pena Brewer (8) and Mailer. HRs: (16) Banks LEAGUE LEADERS Carty, Atl.......203 43 Cin 230 53 85 singles. KITIKUI lops for Ihc with n double and two The holder of the Mil record: However, Miss Kiiglchoni at seconds had been Mar- i covered Ihc back nine wiih four Operate Ilass Team MONTREAL (CP) Mont- eal Expos of baseball's Na- onal League operate 'holly-owned Class A Northern caguc franchise this .summer .it of Walertown, S.D., Expos eneral manager Jim Fanning rmounced Saturday. Originally, the Expos were to e in the Northern League via a 'orking agreement at Winni- eg, but switched to another ity when the Expos established Class AM International jeague franchise in the Mani- la city earlier this week. Waterlown will play in a six am league that includes three JILT South Dakota clubs fron: icrdcon, Huron and Sioux alls. Other members of the ague arc Duluth, Minn., and Cloud, Jlinn. The league plays a 70-ganic chedulc that is to start June 28 id end Sept. 7. Meanwhile, Kanning also an- sunccd that the Expos rookies orida Gulf Coast League fran- iLsc lias been moved back to Fla. The Kxpos out of ttsburgh Pirates spring train- g complex at Bradcnlon last ar and were to move to arliy Sarnsota, at the .spring aining coinplcs of fhe Cliicago Sox, in 1970. But a .switch wos madcs neccs- garet Cuivill ol Australia. 1 birdies to put her into Ihe lie. sary becau.se of an increase in the number of players who arc to share the Sarasota facilities, Hickman, Chi 166 ;rabark'tz, LA 180 2S 62 Gastpn, SD.....239 38 81 Clemente, Pgh 198 22 67 Menke, Hous 231 32 77 ihamsky, NY 16! 30 53 SF 187 31 61 Henderson, SF.....227 51 73 Home Runs, Perez, 23; Bench, cinnati, 20. Runs Balled In: Perez 66; B 16. Pitching: Simpson, Cincinnati, 900; G. Stone, Atlanta, 6-1, .857. iATURDAY Joslon Minnesota A Washington 12 Chicago 7 Detroit California 5 Cleveland 10 Milwaukee 6 New York 9 Kansas City A Oakland 10 Baltimore 7 National New York 4 Atlanta 1 ian Francisco 6 St. Louis 5 Houston 5 Montreal 2 6 Cincinnati 3 Ihicago 7 Los Angeles 1 Pittsburgh 7 San 'Diego 2 International Winnipeg 7 Richmond 0 Tidewater 3 Toledo 2 Columbus 6 Rochester 4 1] Innings-. Syracuse 6 Louisville 5 Pacific Coasl Tucson Eugene 2 Phoenix 7 Portland 6 Spokane at Salt La' City ppd, rain. Hawaii 13 Tacoma a AMERICAN LEAGUE East W Baltimore 39 New York 36 Detroit....... 29 Boston Washinglon Cleveland Pet. GBL .650 .600 .518 .491 30 .453 AAinnesola California Oakland Chicago Kansas city Milwaukee 2-1 32 .429 13 Yes! 36 18 .667 35 74 .593 33 27 .550 '22 38 .367 17 20 37 .351 18 41 .305 20Va TODAY'S GAMES Boston Nagy 1-0 at Kansas City Rooker 3-J N Milwaukee Bolln 1-5 at Ballimort Cuellar 7-4 N Oakland Dohson 5-6 at Detroit Nla- kro 6-5 N Washington Coleman 5-3 at Minne- sota Boswell 2-5 M California May 4-4 at Cleveland Mc- Dowell 8-d N Only games scheduled. SUNDAY'S RESULTS Mllvyaukee.....002000 )8 1 Cleveland B02 31! 9 16 1 Lockwood Locker (7) and Mt- Nertney; Dunning Miller (6) and Fosse. HRs: Clevs Oakland 8 3 laitimorc 7 1 Odom, Grant Talbot (0-1) (9) and Fernandez; Palmer (9-3) and Hendricks. HR: California 001000 7 3 Delroit 014 020 B B 1 Wright (8-5) Fisher Laroclic Garrett (8) and Azcue; Wilson (5-3) and Freehan. HRs: gosi Johnson 2 cash New York 000010 8 0 Kansas City 530 000 250 Bahnsen, Hamilton (4-3) (8) and Gibbsf Drago, Burgmeier (1-3) Drabowsky (9) and Kirkpatrick. Boston 100 100 8 B Minnesota 100 410 16 l Siebert (5-4) Breit Santiago Stange (8) and satriano; Blyleven (2-1) Williams (6) and Mitterwald. HR: Minn-Holf FIRST Washington (no 131 8 12 i Chicago 000000 9 0 Bosnian Pina Knowles (8) and French; Horlen Secrist Sisk. Johnsnn Murphy (9) and Herrmann. HRs: -iguer Howard SECOND Washington 029 111 5 14 1 Chicago lie 001 353 Cox Knowles (7) and Casa- nova; Weaver Wood (8) and Josepiison. HRs: Rodriguez LEAGUE LEADERS Csrew, Min WhitCi NY A Johnson, Cal ison, Cle Robinson Oliv; Min H Pet. 60 .373 81 .351 El .345 61 .339 6? .337 75 .333 71 .332 78 .331 185 38 60 211 JIZ 68 .322 W. Horton, Del F. Alou, Oak Killcbrow, Min Aparicio, Chi ..__ Home Runs: Howard, Washington, '8; J. Powell, Baltimore, 17. Runs Batted In: Horton, 53; Howard and Walton, 45. Pitching. Tiarif, Minnesota, 6-0, .000; F. Peterson, New York, 9-2, 818. 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