Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on June 18, 1970 · Page 134
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 134

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Thursday, June 18, 1970
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12 Cl TY Republic fiinw., June 18, Seminoles clobber 'Horns 11-2 OMAHA, Neb. (AP) - Although his scoreless streak ended after 4 1-3 innings on Walt Rothe's two-run homer, unbeaten Gene Amman pitched his 15th victory last night as third-ranked Florida State stampeded Texas 11-2 to move into the finals of the College World Series. In eliminating the No. 2 Longhorns, the Seminoles avenged a 5-1 loss to them Monday and will take a 49-8 record against No. 1 Southern California in tonight's game. Texas closed its season at 39-8. USC, beaten only by Ohio U. in the opening round Friday, is 50-13. This is Florida State's fifth bid for the crown with its previous best showing a fourth place in 1962. The Trojans have made the trip 12 times, winning five titles, the last in 1968. Amman struck out seven and walked four as his teammates backed him with a 13-hit barrage off five pitchers. James Street, quarterback for Texas national football champions last season, started and took the loss, leaving him at 8-2. He filled the bases with walks with one out in the first inning and was relieved by Rothe. Texas Coach Cliff Gustafson said that Street reinjured a groin muscle on the first pitch of the game. Rothe forced in a run and the Seminoles were off on their war dance. They scored three times in the second, inning on four singles with Harry Saferight driving in two and John Grubb another. A six-run deluge came in the seventh with five different players singling across runs and Saferight adding in two more. Dick Nichols knocked in another Seminole run in the third inning with a triple after Tom Porter had walked. Southern Cal. is expected to start sophomore right - han- der Greg Windman (6-3) against Florida State's junior lefty, Pat Osburn (12-2). Each has one victory in the series. Texas 000 020 000— 273 Florid* S 131 000 MX—n 13 o Street, Rothe (1), Salazar (7). Hardy (7), Home (8), and Harmon; Amman, and Saferight. W—Amman 15-0. 1 Street 8-2. Garden set for merger NEW YORK (AP) - Madison Square Garden Corp., and Transaction Development Corp., announded yesterday an agreement in principle to merge, subject to approval of directors and stockholders and other conditions. Madison Square Garden's holdings include the New York sports arena and two professional sports clubs — the Knicks of the National Basketbal Association and the National Hockey League Rangers. Transaction's assets include Arlington Park and Washington Park race tracks in Chicago. Both companies also have an interest in Roosevelt Raceway in New York. $ 2 GREEN FEES Enjoy more relaxed golf on a superb championship 18-hole course in the shadows of the MC« Dowell Mountains. • $2 weekday green feel • $3 on weekend* 4 holid«y» ELECTIIC CHITS AVAILAIU tESEIVEIEHfniME IV PHONE 141-6111 Gene Alyea PGA Profusions! MOTTSMLE Brazil, Italy moved into World Cup Soccer finals Black Fin leads yacht race MEXICO CITY (AP) - Italy defeated West Germany 4-3 in overtime and Brazil downed Uruguay 3"! in yesterday's World Cup soccer semifinals and advanced into Sunday's final. Italy's Gianni Rivera scored the deciding goal in the lllth minute to wind up a nerve- tingling, see-saw match which ended 1-1 in regulation time. Both Brazil and Italy have won the Jules Rimet Trophy twice — Brazil in 1958 and 1962 and Italy in 1934 and 1938. No matter who wins, it means the end of the present trophy as rules state that any team winning the championship three times has permanent possession of it. Brazil's victory, after trail- ing 1-0 at Guadalajara, was completely overshadowed by the epic staged by Italy and West Germany before a crowd of 90,000 at the Azteca Stadium here. About 800 million people in more than 50 countries watched the contest on television — one that will go into the record books as probably the most exciting match ever seen in World Cup £tay. There were fears that this great match, packed with incidents, a feat of goals and hard play, would end in a tie. If that had happened the team to advance would have been decided by the drawing of lots. The Brazilians won after overcoming a one-goal deficit scored by Luis Cubilla in 15fh minute. Clodaldo tied it for Brazil In first half injury time and goals by Jairzinho in the 75th minute and Rivellino in the 89th minute sent Brazil into the final in Mexico City. The match ended in a crescendo of ever-growing excitement. With only two minutes to go Felix, the Brazilian goalie, made two outstanding saves on Julio Morales at point blank range. Then came Rivellino's goal. Seconds later Pele raced through alone and tricked Uruguay's goalkeeper Ladislao Mazurkewicz with a brilliant body swerve. Pele moved out to the right and had an open goal to aim at and flicked his shot just wide of the far post. LOS ANGELES (AP) Ken DeMeuse's 73-foot ketch Black Fin was reported leading the 14-craft fleet yesterday in the third day of the 3,571-mile Los Angeles- to-Tahiti Transpacific Yacht Race. The Black Fin, out of San Francisco, was reported 390 miles from the mainland in the early evening. Second was the 54-foot sloop Widgeon, 372 miles out and skippered by G. Norman Bacon of Santa LEASE A 1970 Volkswagen FOR AS LOW AS SIM 95 54 Per Me. LIMITED SUPPLY PATTERSON LEASING 1127 W. Main in Mesi 964-2421 Barbara, Calif. Third, 363 miles out, was Aires, Dan Elliott's Columbia 57-foot sloop out of Newport Beach, Calif., and fourth, 3 miles back, was George O'Brien's 78-foot ketch Mir out of Vancouver, B.C. Narragansett, the 64-foot French sloop with Alain Colais at the helm, was fifth, 347 miles out and John R. 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