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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 11, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE LSTHBRIDGE HERALD Montfoy, Seplembtr II, 1972 Triumph and tragedy shared spotlight Flame goes out today at 1972 Olympics OOPS Soviet Union's Zurab SakancJelidze (No. 6) loses the ball during an action phase of the United States vs Soviet Union final match of the Olympic Games basksf- bal! tournament here last night. United Slates players are Dwight Jones of Houston, Texas, and Jfm Brewer, at right, of Maywood, III. The Soviet team when it scored in the last two seconds to obtain a 51-50 victory. (AP American hoop stars ,H_ feel they were robbed MUNICH all became an Olympic sport n 193G, already had decided unanimously not to accept the silver medal, saying the sHvcr they matter if they physically give us the gold rnedgl or not, we know we won said Ken Davis, the U.S. players' representative, had said earlier. He spoke on the basis of spectacular ending No. After :he Americans had trailed for 39 minutes 54 seconds into the 40-minute game, Douf! Collins of the U.S. stole the ball from a Russian, rushed down the court for a layup shot, and was fouled. He fired off his free throws quickly and sank both. Three seconds were left and the Rus- sians couldn't even gel off a good shot in time. The Americans won 50-49 and went wild on the floor, jumping for joy and hugging each other. Spectacular ending No. 2: As [he PIBA jury explained it later, there had been "disturb- ing effects and misunder- standings which influenced the normal flow of so the last three seconds were not valid. The clock was reset to three seconds, and action re- sumed. It was like a long touchdown pass in football as six-foot- seven Aleksander Belov leaped high between American defend- ers Kevin Joyce and Jim For- bes, hauled down a 90-foot throw-in from the opposite end line and scored just before the buzzer, with Joyce and Forbes sprawled on the floor. The Russians won 51-50 and ad their turn to celebrate, umbling into a heap on the oor in their rush lo con- ratulate each other. Tlie Americans maintained lat the "disturbances' in the ist three seconds were the .ussians going on the court to all for a lime out to which hey were not entitled, and that "IBA officials did not have the uthority to make Ihem play mother Ihree seconds. By BHUCH l.EVKTT Canadian 1'rcss Sports Editor MUNICH (CP) -The 1972 Olvmpics, a mixture of triumph and tragedy, end today with the dousing of' the flame that burned for 17 days, some of them the most momentous in the history of the Modern Games. Crises rooted in racially-trou- bled Africa and the divided Middle East intruded on Ihe festival. A movement dedicated to peace found itself confronted first with political bitterness and finally with terror. The death of 11 Israeli Olym- pians in an Arab terrorist raid left Olympic ideals tattered and subdued Ihe festive atmos- phere. Halted for 24 hours on their llth day last Wednesday after tlie murders, the Games might have ended right I lien ant] there but for Avery Brundage, who at the end of liis 20-year reign as Olympic boss insisted they 'must go and they did. Now the scene shifts to Mon- treal, where in four years Can- ada will hold its first Olympics The Brundage era over, the 21st Olympics may take on new look under the stewardship of Irish peer Lord Killanin, who succeeds Brundage as president of the International Olympic Committee. The 20th Games, which drew crowds of daily for the glamor track and field events that ended Sunday, were lef with only the traditional Grand Prix des Nations jumping even! and the closing ceremony on to- day's program. Brundage, whose term of of fice officially ends Sept. 30, wa to make the closing address calling upon Ihe youth of al countries to assemble four years from now at Montreal. Organizers of the 197S games already have said they have re inlenlion of changing thei plans despite the disasters Munich. For Canada today, It was th last chance for a gold medal, situation identical to the on four years ago when the equest rians led by Tom Gayford wo on the last day at Mexico City. The Canadian squad of 20 Even in September "SKI SCENE" knows best BEN PEARSON ARCHERY BROWNING ARCHERY SPALDSNG HOCKEY ir SPEEDO SWIM SUITS ir ADIDAS SPORT SHOHS TRAINING SUITS HIKING BOOTS BACK PACKS 10-SPEED BICYCLES PRF-SEASON SKI SALE SKI SCENE SPORTS SHOP COLLEGE MALL LETHBR1DGE What Canacl did at Games ARCHERY Men: Don Jackson, On sixth of 55 In Elmer Ewert, WE lesley, Ont., 25lh; Wayne Pullen. J Thomas, ant., 3J1h, Women: Mary Grant, Windsor, On Illh of 40 In nnal; Marlorie Saunder Maph Ridge, B.C., 32nd; Vlala Mu Duncan, B.C., 39th. TRACK AND FIELD high lump: John Beers, rllf, B.C., lied for slxlh of 19 In lina John Hawkins, Courtenay, B.C., BlacKm T'o f o n f o; Hay: Cra Tony r, Woodbflcfge, Ont-i Doug Chapm and Inn Gordon, Burnaby, B.C., foui In hear, failed to qualify. EQUESTRIAN Individual dressager Chrfstilot Ha ton, Sharon, Ont., ninlh of I? In tin mpoLllors already had equal- j its 1968 total medal count of i winning two silver and tree bron ze in Munich. The i rumors and yachtsmen ac- unted for the medals. The Russians went on a 16- Id spree during the weekend, )lyiiipic medal landings Gold Sliver Bronze S 33 Germany pan 13 Germany 12 istrafta 8 oland 7 ungary A ulgarla 6 aly 5 rllaln cm ants nland ba clherlantJs zechoslovakla enya ugoslavia orlh Korea ew Zealand gantfa enmark wirier-land na6a elglum reecs ustria imbfa rgentlna ebanofi iexko Mongol la ___ aklitan ooth Korea nlsfa- raiM fhlopla pain Olympic point standings Russia U.S 734V Germany 534V H. Germany 333 apan 257 lunpary 237V Poland 175 Bulgaria 64 Australia 1S4 taty 129 iwedcn Brtlaln 125', lomanfa 119 ncf 92 hoslovakia 78 Finland d4 Kenya SI Cuba 5s' 55 Yugoslavia Canada 39 Norway 37 Mew Zealand !S Norlh Korea 73' ran iwirzerland Aullrta Brazil mark Uganda Spain Colombia Greece key India Ghana Ethiopia South Korea Mexico Jamaica Argentina Lebanon Mongolia Pakistan Tunisia Ecuador Niger Nigeria Malaysia Burma Puerto Rico Portugal Senegal eluding a gold disputed by tho u'tcd States in basketball, and m the team championship by wide margin. Fifty gold medals in all wero tho Soviet bag, a total sur- assed only the U.S. th 70 in 1904 and Britain with in 1908. Runner-up U.S. bad a dozen from 1968. The results showed a firm ring away from the U.S. to- ard Europe. Germany won a tal of 32 gold ast Germans leading with 20. Tiny Finland, a country of "1.5 illion, crowned its ents in track and field Sun- ay by completing a remark- lie distance triple. Lasse Vi- jn, the running policeman, dded the gold to ie one he won last week in the i.OOO. Pckka Vasala outran de-, ending champion Kip Kelno of enya in the metres. ITtST SINCE KUTS Viren is the first to achieve h c difficult "fivc-and-10" iiihle since Vladimir Kuts of lussia in the 1956 Games at lelbourne, Australia. Finland stood 16th in the nofficial team point-standing ased on the system of scoring 0-5-4-3-2-1 points for lop six lacings in finals. The Finns cored 68 points. Canada anked 21st among the 54 coun- ries with points, totalling 39. The Russians led with B07K hiie the U.S. scored 734% and Games results SOCCER Poland 2 Hungary 1 Poland wins gold medal Russia 2 West Germany 2 Share bronze medal FIELD HOCKEY West Germany 1 Pakistan 0 India 2 Netherlands 1 Australia 2 Britain I Spain 2 Malaysia 1 BASKETBALL Bussia SI U.S. 60 Yugoslavia 86 Puerto Rifco 70 Australia 91 Portland 83 TEAM HANDBALL Yugoslavia 21 Czechoslovakia Romania 19 East Germany It Romania wins bronze medal Sweden 19 Hungary 18 Hussia 17 East Germany 18 MEN'S VOLLEYBALL Japan 3 East Germany 1 Russia 3 Bulgaria 0 Russia wins bronze medal South Korea 3 Brazil 0 Tlomania 3 Czechoslovakia 0 Pol arid 3 Cuba 0 TEAM HANDBALL Denmark 19 U.S. 18 Japan 19 Iceland 18 Spain 23 Tunisia 20 Norway 23 Poland 20 NATIONAL LEAGUE Chicago New York Louis East Germany h i r d-place The U.S. salvaged three track nd field gold to end up with ever. Frank Shorter pset Mamo Wolde, Ethiopia's I ef ending champion, in the natathon and the U.S. took the ong jump and one of the four clay titles, equalling the world ccord in the men's 400-metre ace. Seven world records fell and hree olhers were equalled be- Ertes the relay in track and ield competition and 11 addi- ional Olympic marks fell. The swimmers did even belter, smashing world marks In 22 events, equalling a 23rd ant: wiping out every Olympic record in the book. JUBAN BOXERS SCORE Cuba won its first gold med- als by capturing three titles in and Uganda also broke nto the viclory column for the :irsl lime as John Akii-Bua fin- ished in front In the 400-metre hurdles. Defending champions went down to defeat in several of Sunday's events. Pakistan was beaten by West Germany in the field hockey fi- nal, Hungary bowed to Poland in soccer and Japan deposed Russia in men's volleyball. Keino's bid for a second 500-metre crown was thwarted by Vasala although he picked up a gold medal earlier In the steeplechase and Viren's triumph came at the expense of Mo- hammed Gammoudi of Tunisia who finished second. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES San Francisco San Diego L Pel. GBL 48 .442 61 .551 12 11 '.in 23 49 66 Ji3 SST E3 53 .410 44 73 .447 77 ,433 83 JS1 TODAY'S GAMES New York McAndrcw (10-5) al Phil- adelphia 51. Louis Palmer (0-2) MonUeal Moore Houslon Wilson (11-8) al Los Angeles Downing SATURDAY'S RESULTS FIRST Pittsburgh Ml 848 10 1 Montreal .000000 7 4 (Mass (17-41 and May; Sloneman OO-11) Renko (5) Strohmaver and HRs: Slennell (3) Hetwer MII-Falrly Arsenal drops to second Everton takes over lead LONDON (CP) Arsenal's even-match unbeaten run in he English Football Leaguo came to an end at Newcastle vhen a 2-1 soccer defeat saw he team slip from the Division One leadership. Everton now Is in top spot with the only unbeaten record in the division following a 2-1 win at Leicester, while Toilen- lam is also above Arsenal after victory over Crystal Palace. F u 11-back David Craig wrecked Arsenal when his 30- yard shot in the 77Jii minute was half stopped by goalkeeper Geoff Darnell and the ball trickled over Ihc line. Malcolm MacDonaWs fiflh goal of the season had given Newcastle a 38th minute lead with Hay Ken- nedy collecting bis fourth so far lor an equalizer a quarter-hour later. Rejuvenated Everton moved one point clear of the licld. The last time the team was in such an elevated position was at the end of the 1969-70 season when it took the title by a nine-point margin from Leeds United. England team manager Sir Alf Kamsey saw Scot John Con- nolly put Everton ahead in the 27th minute, followed six min- utes later by an own-goal from Graham Cross. Leicester pulled one back through Jon SammeU in the second-half. Martin Peters' sixth goal this season plus a second from Mike RE-ROOF NOW... Before Leaks Develop M.iki N Headquarter, lor I'rok-clivi. Ikiiiililul Rooliii'j England put Tottenham In 11 commanding position at the In- terval. A Cyril Knowlea own- three minutes from time gave Palace Its first goal at Tottenham's White Hart Lane ground. Three clubs Joined Arsenal on II United, Liver- pool and Ipswich. Leeds looked set for a win at Stoke City where Peter Lorimer and Allan Clarke put the team 2-0 ahead the 65th minute. But Geoff Hurst cut the margin eight minutes later and Irishman Terry Conroy snatched the equalizer, There was drama at Liver- pool with six goals and a send- ing off. Wolverhampton for- ward Jim McCalliog was given his marching orders In the 80th goal three minutes from time minute and team-mates Ber- nard Shaw and Steve Kindon had their names taken, Liver- pool won 4-2 with Emlyn Hughes, Peter Cormack, Tommy Smith and Kevin Kee- gan scoring. Ipswich continued its remark- able start with a 2-1 win at Southampton where Brian Hamillon and Rod Belfilt hit the vital goals. But the biggest goal Impact came from Birmingham striker Bob Latcliford who hammered three goals against Manchester Cily. Alan Campbell also found the net in a stunning 4-1 win after Tony Towers had given the Cily the lead. Manchester United lost to Coventry 1-0 at Old Trafford. United now returns to the foot of the table, Chelsea received a shock at Stamford Bridge where West Ham went away with a 3-1 win. Bobby Moore, Tommy Taylor and Billy Bonds did the dam- age, while Cris Garland replied with his seventh goal of the season. Burnley, held 1-1 at home as Queen's Park Rangers chalked up their league game with- out defeat, was overtaken by Sheffield Wednesday at the top of the Second Division. Wednesday beat Portsmouth 2-1 at Hillingsborough. Pre- viously unbeaten Nottingham Forest lost its chance of joining Wednesday when it went down to a surprise 1-0 home defeat at the hands of Luton. McCarver. Oliver (12) SECOND PilHbUrqh 000 J I OK m 01 I 11 Kjson (6-i) Walker (3) Wilier [7) and Mav; Tturez (14-9) and Hum- phrey. HRs: MM JofqeriMn (HJ. 70S 018 FfillaiiMphla 101 CM 000- J Pappas (13-7) Decker (i) McGfnn tS) Aker (8) and Rudolph; (1-7) Champion (4) Selma (61 Bran- don and Ryan. HR: Rudolph (21. SI. Loult MO DM 2 7 New York 00) 101 3 9 Wise OJ-15) Durham (7) Grifnds IS) and Seaver (17-10) deck I (4) Sfrom 43) RaucK (9) anc Dyer HR: (161. FIRST Clnelnnall 201 Ml I II 1 San Frandico 361 003 11 GDmsley, Barton (I) Hall U-ll (4 Carroll CB> and Bench; Reberger Stone (4) MofflH (1-4) (7) Me Dowel ta) Johnson (9) and Rader, Mealy (9) HRs-Cln-Bench (3D) Fuenti m. SECOND Cincinnati 000030 I San Francljco 000 I f MeGlomrn (7-7) Borbon (7) ti Bench; Markhal Johnson Rs: McCovey (11 000 MM> 9M- a DUgo 040000 lOx- 1 Reed Cll-14) ind Casanova; Corkln and HR: (10, SECOND Allinla Oil Ml 4 11 San DTtgo 000 MO1 100- 1 I NIekro (13-11) and Ollverj ArlTn and Freehan, HR: NY-Clarke 1RST Boston ......QM 1W 000 9 ft Cleveland COO OM 001 I 1 Patlln, (1-0) (11) Dolln ind Flsk; Lamb (J) Wlkox 7) Farmer (1-4) (a) Hllgendorf (11) and FOJIE. HRs: Bos--Fisk (201] Cla mes SECOND Boston......Bio 000 I 3 0 Cleveland .000000 5 1 Curtis (18-6) and Montgomery; Dun- Tng U-3) Buller (9) Lamb (9) and Moses, Fwse HR: Milwaukee 000 D 7 1 Baltimore 100001 1 Kfcwood Sanders IB) and Rodrlguer; Palmer [19-B> and Dates. Oakland oco 001 7 1 Texai...... 100 000 i 2 Holtiman, Pincers (J-41 W Lock- er end Tenace; Hand, Panlher (5-B) (fl) Lawson (8) Brobej-g (8) and BIIHngs. Minnesota 000 Ml 4 Kansas City 300000 01 x-3 3 a Woodion (11-14) Le Roche (8) and Borgmann; Dtftjo (IMS) and Kirk- HRs: Klllebrev; KC-May berry 3001M Ml-5 f B Chicago OM 010 o R. May (9-10) and Hlatl; Wood and Herrmann. HRs: Cal-Oliver (18) SFanlon