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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THI LnHBRIDGE HERAID Solurday, December 11, 1971 All eves on iey struggles Ily TNI'. ASSOll VIKII I'IfKSS Most N n I i o n a 1 football Leaf, UP loams today i watching television with Ameri- can Conference players having ,1 spedal interest in Miami Dnl- once flubs more concerned with j the Colts and National Confer-i pnre clus more concerned with Detroit Lions lest at Minnesota against the Vikings. concerned with the Miami-Baltimore clash were, Kansas City Chiefs and Oakland i Raiders, who meet Sunday in: the AFC's biggest matchup. The Uiiefs need a rictory to cUneh West Division same situaiion Miami found it- self in against Baltimore on the j East today. i Dallas Cowboys, getting ready j ahead FREErORT (AP O-orge Archer, winner of two titles al- ready this year, took the second round lead in the SISO.fXX) Ba- hama Islands open golf tourna- ment Friday with a four under par 67. Archer, the No. 4 money win- ner this season behind the ab- 5cnt Jack Nicklaus, Lee Trevino Arnold Palmer, had a 3fr Me Iota I n( nine under par on tlx1 warm arid sunny Lu- cayan Country Club course. that gave the eight-year tour veteran a hvo-stroke margin over first round leader Grier Jones, who slipped to a 70 for 135. Bert Yancey was alone in third, taking a second round 69 for l.Tfi. Herb Hopper and Rod Fun- seth, each with a 68, and big J. C. Snead, 71, were next at 137. George Kundson of Toronto shot n 69 for a two-hole total of 143. Ben Kern, Gary Bowcrman and Can- Pitchford, all of To- ronto, failed to make the cut of 143 as did defending champion Done Sanders. Archer said driving was the key on tlie plush 6.805-yard course that features thick tropi- cal btifh and trees just off tie fairways. "You've got to keep it in the fairway and out of that Tarzan and Jane Archer said. "I'm hitting the ball solid, but I didn't want to chance the driver. I used a three wood or a four wood off the tee almost all the time." Archer, a former Masters champion and one-time ranch hand at Gilroy, Calif., had to do some scrambling to salvage the 67. Us rolled In 20-foot birdie putts on two of the first thre? holes, made routine pars on the next four, then chipped to five feet for a birdie on the par five eighth. fur Sitndny's game al New York against Ihe Giants, had a simi- lar interest In the Minnesota-De- troit panic, with Ihe Vikings tryinr, to nail down the NFC's Central crown. Dallas can clinch a tie in the East by beat- ing New York. Three teams are still in UK race in the NFC West with Iwo of them, Atlanta Falcons and San Francisco 'Mcrs, clashing Sunday, las Angeles Hams, who play Washington Redskins Mon- day night, can clinch a tie by winning, no matter what Imp- pens in Sunday's Falcons-'49crs Elsewhere Sunday, Denver Broncos play at San Diego agninst the Chargers. Houston Oilers are al Buffalo against the Bills, New York .lets play host to New England Patriots. Pitts- burgh Stcclors travel to Cincin- nati to meet Ihe Bengals, Chi- cago Bears are against the Packers at Green Bay, St. Louis Cardinals visit Philadelphia Ea- gles and Cleveland Browns, the only divisional champ so far n-'h the AFC Cen'.vn! title nailed down, play al New Orle- ans against the Saints. CHIEFS HAVE OIA.NXT The Chiefs, after their first di- vision title finer 196S, gel a chance to nail it down against their arch-rivals from Oakland. The Raiders and Chiefs have finished in the lop two slots in their division for five straight years and will repeat that windup this season. Kansas City takes on 8-3-1 record inlo S 11 n d a y 's game against Oakland's 7-.V2. The teams played a 20-20 lie in their first meeting. Gary Cuozzo gels the starting call at quarterback for Minne- sota as the Vikcs seek to finish off Detroit's hopes. The Lion.i will be without defensive tackle Dave Evey. Dallas, driving for a sbrth straighl division tille, can get it by beating New York, if Wash- ington loses or ties against Los Angeles. The CoWooys have won five straight with Roger Stan- bach, the NFC's leading passer, has been at quarterback in each of them. Staubach has had only three passes intercepted all sea- son. The best race going is in the NFC West, where Los Angeles is 7-4-1, one-half game ahead 01 San Francisco, 7-5, and one game up on Atlanta, 6-5-1. The Falcons and '-liters are playing for their lives Sunday with the Rams sitting back to wait for Monday meeting with Red- skins. GOULD CONSIDERED BEST MOSCOW (Reuler) Shane Gould, 15 year old Australian schoolgirl swimming star, has been voted the world's best sportswoman for 1971 in a poll conducted by Tass, the official Soviet news agency. Minor hockey Fred Thomson fired in four big goals and guided the Bi- sons to a 5-3 victory over the Falcons in Pee Wee action Fri- day night. Simon Laying tallied the oth- er Bisons' marker while Don Credico, Ailan Oonzy and Frank Kogler managed a goal each in a losing cause. In another Pee Wee encoun- ter, the Tigers dropped the Whips 4-1. Rod Odney, Danny Laronde, Rfldncy Sncpek and Bruce Bestplug notched a goal apiece for the Tigers while Mark No- vak sunk the lone Whips' goal. IDEAL GIFT SUGGESTIONS FOR THE SNOWMOBILER! LADIES' and MEN'S SKI-DOO SUITS by CARLTON fllOO'o nylon, water wind proof, flap recovered pockets, full lenglh (wo way if jumbo ;ippers. Black wild yellow