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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 15, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Bowling scores 9APRI BOWL NuMODEHOMES Judy Lawson 293 Chris Surwash 296 Marge Ross 266 Mel Amatto 287 Hilda Mnordi 276 Mary Wishnevski 285 Dorothy Olshaskl .eah Qerla 267 Pat Tunstall Francis Harris 259. SUNOOUIST CONSTRUCTION Jean Passey 288 Shirley dcLellan 260 Herda Matsen Joan Sudo 291 Anne Jerbu Dorothy Sorensen Jorothy Anderson 293 Hegi Marie Smith 250 Muriel Sparks 243. SENIOR CITIZENS Tom Smith 205. C. VanWyk Mm Galloway Scotty Mulr Henry Bechthold 254 Hugh 3'Neil Will Ness Jim Freel '35. J.C.C.A. Ryo Nagata 324 Mun Takeda 119. Shinob Tanaka 315 Roy 301 Kyoto Shigehiro Tosh Ibuki 278 Sumi riedoruma 247. Dale Fuiita Mary Shigehirc Masa Qoshmmon Ed' 'akahashi 264. LETHBRIDGE BANKS Doug Pankhurst Mabel 226 Confine 236. Gerry Mann 261 Vmy Nakamura 222 Bob Harris Ina Harris Arlene Bartosek Shirley Robinson Wal- y Kruchywich 265 Dennis lanzel 288 Doreen Telchroeb 226 HENRY HOMES Jean Passey Ken Malcomson 274 Wayne Montgomery John Kullska Kate Pirk 250 Conrad Arnold 326 Rick Kennedy Norman Gyulal 312 Evelyn More 268 Jim More Greg Hamilton Mary Tolleslrup 240 WEDNESDAY MORNING Mary Stotfer 304 Erna Bogdan 253 Lydla Geworsky 278 Peg Forry Isla Welsh Rose Cropley Jean Armstrong Diane Decaire Mary Ann Ferrer 287 MARTINIZING Masa Goshlnmon 316 Pat Henderson 302 Carolyn Wilde 309 Linda Vrabel 301 Alice Kennedy Jean Burt 284 Isabelle Bergman 276 Jean Passey 278 Liz Robertson 273 Doreen Wilson 290 GREENS Joan Moore Jeanette Houtekamer Isabelle Bergman 276 Dorothy Sorensen Tinordi 276 Bert 369 Kim Kovacs 304 Lew Mills 326 Marvin Higa Frank Tuttle'349 Alex Kogler 323 EAQLES LODGE Marion Najda Gary Ward 271 Mary Ward 252 Evelyn Groves 281 Larry Veres Geo Matchett Joe Gillett Connie Gillett Rick Larson 271 Ron Bota 247. HEAD DON' LET 'ER SUSPECT YOU'VE LOST YOUR DOLE MONEY.... TJWIN' TO START OFFICE IT ISN'T EASY MEAD UP T1 KEEP YOUR NOSE AT A FRIENDLY Steelers will get first roll of dice Southern Alberta Juvenile League HOCKEY. Okotoks Lethbridge Oilers v. Midget Elks Dec. 16th p.m. HENDERSON ICE CENTRE Adults Students Lack of competition stop Soviets Children 25c WEEKLY-MONTHLY Dishes Maid Phones HILLSIDE PLAZA Apartment-Motel 9740 106 Street 429-3353 TORONTO The president of the Canadian Amateur Hockey Association says he doesn't think the Russians will lose interest in Canadian hockey despite an apparent lack of competition. Jack Devine of made his comment Fri- day in announcing a Dec. 26- Jan 8 tournament involving Czechoslovakian and Ontario amateur teams. In an Devine was asked if the anticipated future difficulty in luring such teams when they seem to be encoun- tering little competition from Canadian amateurs. I don't think we'll have any trouble getting them back he said. The CAHA president said he talked to Soviet hockey of- ticials last weekend in Quebec City where the Moscow Selects was playing a game on its current cross-Canada tour. In its first four games against Canadian junior the Selects outscored the opposi- tion 46-10. Russians told me they still like to play against us be- cause they still feel they can learn something from said Devine. The teams the Russians will be trying to learn from in the Ontario tournament will be Brantford Foresters and Cam- Dridge Hornets of the Ontario Hockey Association Senior A series and Toronto the Memorial Cup junior champions last season. The Russian team is Moscow coached by Boris Kulagin Arne former coach of Sweden's national is coach of the Swedish entry. Czechoslovakia is represented by Tesla Par- dubice. All three visitors are first- division contenders in their countries. The team with the most points after the 15-garr.e tournament receives a trophy and another trophy goes to the winner of a special game Jan. 8 between the Moscow Wings and the leading Ontario club in the tournament. The Jan 8 game will be tele- vised nationally by Global Television Network which begins broadcasting Jan. 6. There also are six exhibition games scheduled during the time of the tournament. By The ASSOCIATED PRESS Pittsburgh Steelers get the first roll of the dice this weekend in the National Foot- ball League's version of Monopoly tp decide who lands on who draws chance cards sending them back a space to wildcard spots and who goes out. Going into the final weekend of the regular only three playoff berths have been decided Miami Minnesota Vikings and Los Angeles Rams own those and five are undecided. Minnesota and Los Angeles are all on easy street with 11-2 won-lost records and divisional crowns. After that it gets pretty hectic. The Steelers play San Fran- cisco '49ers but lose or nothing will be settled in the AFC Central. .HERE'S HOW IT LOOKS Here's the situation in the AFC Central going into the last Pittsburgh and Cin- cinnati Bengals are 9-4 in the division. Pittsburgh wins and if Cincinnati loses Sunday to the Steelers are champions and Cincinnati gets into the playoffs as the wild- card team. both teams Pitt- sburgh takes the title because it owns a better intra-division record. both teams the roles are reversed because the Bengals would wind up with a better intra-conference record. both teams lose and if 7- 4-2 Cleveland beats Los the Browns enter the picture with a three-way tie. In that case. Pittsburgh still wins the title and the Browns would have to match conference ratings points scored and points allowed with assuming the Bills beat the for the wild-card spot. The final option is if the Steelers win and the Bengals and Browns the Steelers get the the Bengals would be eliminated due to a poorer intra-division record and the Browns would contest Buffalo for the wild-card spot. Other playoff berths to be decided are the AFC the NFC East and the NFC extra team. For the AFC West Oakland Raiders play Denver Broncos. The winner takes the title and the loser is out. If the game is Oakland wins the divi- sion and Denver is out. In the NFC it's basically a battle between Dallas and each with 9-4 season marks. If Dallas beats St. Louis Cardinals and Washington beats Philadelphia Dallas takes the title and the Redskins make the playoff with a wild-card spot. If Washington wins and Dallas the Redskins take the title and Dallas has-to match records with Atlanta Falcons if the Falcons beat New Orleans Saints. If only Dallas or if neither the Cowboys nor the Redskins the Cowoys take the title and the Redskins and Falcons match records. 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