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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, December 16, 1974 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 13 4NDY CAPP WOULD >OU LIKE ME ID RUN YOU ON ME AN'SAVE Mirror III lint luhl.Ur. Hall I DON'T KNOW WHAT 10 MAKE OP 'ER, ANDY- 'ERE NEVER ASKED FOR A RAISE LOOKS tIKE XOL MIGWT'AVE ONE MORE SILENT FfcRTNER YOU KNOW ABOUT 12.-16 Bowling scores roundup Trailed Giants 14-0 at the halfway mark Cardinals bounced back finally THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Oakland 27, Dallas 23 It took less than 30 minutes for St Louis Cardinals to wake up and not the 30 minutes in which they'd gotten shoved around "Nobody said much at half said Terry Metcalf, de- scribing the silence in the Cards' dressing room, when they trailed New York Giants 14-0 "Without saying anything, we all knew we had to do a better job We'd given up too much and weren't about to give up more What St Louis gave in the second half was a brilliant comeback performance that resulted in a 26-14 victory That gave the Cardinals their first National Football League divisional title in 26 years, and St Louis' first ever When the Cards won the NFL's Western Division title in 1948, they called Chicago their home Washington's Redskins, who had charged into a tie with the Cards atop the National Conference East, beat Chicago Bears 42-0 and finish- ed tied with St Louis, each with 10-4 records But the Cards got the title by virtue of their two regular- season victories over Washington The Redskins had to settle for the NFC's wild-card playoff berth In Sunday's other games, it was Miami 34, New England 27, Los Angeles 19, Buffalo 14, Houston 28, Cleveland 24, New York Jets 45, Baltimore 38, San Diego 17, Denver 0, Philadelphia 28, Detroit 17, and Atlanta 10, Green Bay 3 On Saturday, it was Pitts- burgh 27, Cincinnati 3, Min- nesota 35, Kansas City 15, and Roger Wehrh's 32-yard punt return to the New York 41- yard line actually woke up the Cards, who had lost two straight games and four of the last six Jim Hart started out by fir- ing an 18-yard pass to Mel Gray A few plays later, St Louis had its first touchdown in seven periods on Hart's four-yard pass to Ken Willard Jim Tolbert's interception of a Craig Morton pass set up another one just 57 seconds later Tolbert returned the ball to the New York 28 and, the next play, Hart hit tight en'd Jackie Smith for a touchdown And just minutes later, the Cards got another inter- another touchdown on Metcalf's one- yard run Metcalf polished off the Gi- Seesaw continues LONDON (Reuter) No one seems capable of taking command in the English League First Division Everton became the fifth soccer club this season to take the lead with a 1-0 victory Saturday over Derby County Everton is one point ahead of Liverpool which moved into second place with 27 points with a 2-0 win over Luton Stoke City's two-week stay atop the league ended with a 3 1 loss to Leeds Goals from Gordon McQueen, Peter Lonmer and Terry Orath gave Leeds vie tory Stoke got a goal from Ian Moores Everton, which has only lost one game this season, rounded off a depressing week for Derby County which was knocked out of the UEFA Cup this week by Yugoslavia's Velez Mostar Everton's goal came from Bob Latchford Jimmy Armfield, manager of Leeds United, had this to say about the race "Any one of ten teams can win the championship, including Leeds, who are getting their priorities right again 'But the team we all have to beat is Everton who are putting it wel! together away from home Liverpool chalked up its first win since Ocf 26 in beating Luton Goals from Jonn Tosnack, the Welsh international back in the Liverpool side, and Steve Heighway gave the Merseysiders second place Leicester and Arsenal tought out a lacklustre scoreless draw at the London cluo s home ground John Holhns returned to the captain s spot on the Chelsea side after a four match lay off through injury He scored both goals in the 2-1 win over Carlisle Tottenham Hotspur, whose players have been hit bv in fluenza this week lost 4-0 to Ipswich Queen s Park Rangers, fol- lowing three successive defeats turned the tide with a 1-0 win over Sheffield United, the goal coming from Don Rogers FAIRFIELDS CHRISTMAS GIFT TO YOU HITACHI 20" COLOR SOLID STATE Syr on solid state parta 2 yr on picture tube 1 yr. parts and labor Reg. 629.95 HITACHI SOLID STATE AM portable RADIO Reg 1995 BOTH NOW FOR ONLY 95 Bob Derbyshire FAIRFIELD'S TELEVISION APPLIANCES (opposite the Elks) 1242 3rd Ave. S. Phone 328-0822 Glen Tanaka ants early in the fourth quarter on another touchdown run, this one covering 16 yards The Cards visit Minnesota Vikings, champions of the NFC Central Division, next Saturday in a first-round playoff game On Sunday, the Redskins will face the NFC West's winners, the Rams, in Los Angeles In the AFC next Saturday, Miami Dolphins first in the East, are in Oakland to play the Raiders, the best of the West On Sunday, Pittsburgh Steelers AFC Central Division champions, play host to Buf- falo the conference's team CAPRI BOWL Y BC JET BOYS Brad Wishnevski 112 Milch Marlm 143 Bruce Harvie 178 Nolan Mutter 146 Curtis Boyden 132 Greg Berthiaume 134 Dean Hovey 171 David Mann 176 Colin Wiebe 118 Brian Brand 134 BANTAM BOYS Ken Hanna 170 Rickey Woodman 159 Don Tinordi 178 Edwin Burwash 212 LesHerllem174 Jim Miklos 158 Bruce Virostek 173 Craig Ellis 146 Nolan Mutter 146 Mitch Martin 143 YB C JET GIRLS Jody TOmiyama 101 Joanne Mutter 116 Nancy Ferguson 116 Kelly Kreutz 103 Rhonda Virostek 135 Sonya Decaire 138 Brandi La- mont 161 Sherry Erlendson 132 Jodi Freel 113 BANTAM GIRLS Connie Sanders 158 Cathy Hamilton 189 Julie Smith 163 Sandra Ferguson 197 Cara Coulter 258 Debbie Gommermger 166 Judy McKay 188 Heather Brand 161 Darcy Shigehiro 159 Patti Miklos 174 Rebecca Holmes 173 Joanne Olnick 160 Laurie Wishnevski 165 YBC JUNIORS AND SENIORS Brian Rossetti 239 Andrew Albiiiton 249 Marty Shigehiro 288 Parry McDonald 298 David Wells 291 (716) Greg Krokosh 270 John Craig 240 Mike Cerla 288 Anne Craigs 285 Cindy Pednni 229 Lori Chaki 216 DOUG S Bonnie Schlaht 281 Agnes Dahl 221 Lisa Stoltenberg 241 Beth Hannan 227 Mary Tollestrup 229 Joyce Bach 297 (698) Ann Duval 246 Mary Mihalik 241 (678) Irene Lynde 253 Linda Renshaw 234 FRIDAY YBC Danny Sudo 218 Mark Gretzmger 228 Merylen Bunnage 256 Brian Rossetti 267 Mark Sharun 208 Heather 226 Terry Kirschenman 217 Geoff Paskuski 281 David Pr ndle 243 Robbie Fauser 223 ACT Chris Ell 270 (754) Ken Rollag 245 Art Parks 255 Larry Fahy 254 Dennis Balazs 256 Dick Wells 253 John Robertson 263 Richard Jankowiak 263 Frank Tut'le 262 Marie Rajala "18 Mavis Tuttle 247 FRIDAY MIXED Wayne Giberso" 312 (793) John Harvie 279 Laurie Beresnak 243 Joe Beresnak 270 Fran Beresnak 294 (658) Earl Doucette 279 Joe Amatto 338 Mel Amatto 222 Morley Richardson 235 Francis Beresnak 252 NU MODE HOMES Mary Wishnevski 268 Janice Van Ree 236 Mary Syme 247 Judy Lawson 242 Bev Sarafenchon 251 (702) Bernadette Tneber 254 Irene Fazio 236 Kay Wheeler 252 (709) Retta Lazaruk 303 (758) Zita Tinordi 255 (660) SUNDOUIST Pat Plomp 235 Janet Koole 261 Mane Smith 279 (709) Marg Koole 269 (674) Dons Wichers 299 Fran Hams 245 Jean Passey 252 (690) Mary Roberts 278 Nina Waselenak 240 Karen Taylor 255 SENIOR CITIZENS Jim Freel 212 Agnes Black 207 Jim Whelan 204 Ted Kenny 231 Stan Fraser 260 Ted Haszard 274 Lawrence Link 251 Henry Bechthold 274 (732) THURSDAY MIXED Nan Iwaskieu 243 Dave Iwask eu 267 Ed Morrison 233 Louis Lue'te 251 (660) Mel Seibert 254 Geo Matehett 269 Earl Doucett 309 (719) Norm Gyulai 283 (804) Ken Mack 245 Tim Stuckert 289 LETHBRIDGE BANKERS Dave Schmaltz 261 Gord Dragland 269 Ron Sheen 300 (700) Gord Deibert 247 Vic Bav.el 249 Gerry Carmichael 247 (654) Mann 252 (676) Bill Bonnage 289 Hardy Umens 265 Ed Sells 263 MORNING COFFEE Rose Cropley 255 Sheila Schikowsky 232 Myrna Olshaski 308 (748) Adrienne McKeever 302 (734) Delia Pearson 235 Connie Baceda 233 Donna Wiebe 228 Jean Burnett 228 Myrna Kurma 235 Shan Williams 229 Mar> Ann Ferner MARTINIZING Frieda Boulton 242 Judy Tamayose 290 (700) Mary Mihalik 313 (749) Masa Goshmmor 260 (743) Elsie Brown 246 Pat Henderson 249 (664) Lynn Baker 260 Brenda Beny 256 Anaele Morrison 252 (617) Mdurecn bimpson 24j GREENS SHOES Marian Tolley 282 (701) Ray MacDonald 283 (7J7) NddmeKovacs 290 (802) Torr Bjker 298 (757) Darrell Lagler J60 (823) Bill Koskoski 304 (788) Cec Beaudrv 285 1748) Jim Kiefuik 283 Jean e 263 (701) Joan Moore 263 (696) Irene Tinordi 301 WINSTON CHURCHILi. Penny Heinonen 200 Laura Scroggie 254 Gordon Bcsselmg 2 18 Barb Hansen 224 JC C A Sumi Medoruma 293 (671) Ken Kamitomo 295 (709) Francis Higa 265 (714) Cliff Thomas 272 (658) Shinob Tanaka 283 (739) Betty Tomiyamo 281 Jiro Miyagawa 266 (764) Mas. Shgeniro 271 (732) Jim Miyauchi 287 Roy Kamitomo 321 (710) NU MODE HOMES Zita Tmoroi 288 (694) Marge McLaughhn 311 (6791 Joyce Kreutz 251 Marilyn Hembroff 255 Mary Araki 260 (690) Chr s El' 253 Lavefne Schow 258 Marlene Prascach 242 Ann Reeo 241 Bev Sarafenchon 243 243 (672) SUNDQUIST Kay Mercer 257 Jane SmyKe 246 Jacqui Klaus 247 Dot So'enson 277 (V49) Janet Koole 282 i710) Mane Smitn 237 Marc Koole 298 (766) Dons Wichers TOO) Pa Plornp 254 (654) Herthd Aa so 255 SENIOR CITIZENS Sam Hem 216 h v Bechthold 274 Will Mess 2CS S 275 Leora Ness 222 Eo Linn 251 BANKERS LEAGUE Gord Deibo t V r 8a ;el 265 Boo Harris 300 Ina Harris 210 Mel Kubasek 308 Mel I 233 Herman Woelders 301 Carol ne 256 Dave Schmaltz 246 An-> Ca michaei 215 THURSDAY NIXED IVel Seiber! 262 Geo MotchPtt 274 (745) Leslie Fryer 236 John 258 Cars Wy 206 No r" Gyu'a 278 (754) Tom Snow Carol Hamilton 244 Grea Harr Iton 284 Vona Lesl e 222 HOLIDAY BOWL HOLIDAY VILLAGE Edith Madson J25 (705) Alice Oier 255 (6b7) Irene Lyndu 253 Alta Clarke 269 Bernice 288 (664) Velma Miller 274 (750) Erma McGuire 241 Betty Van Gajl ?46 Janet Sm th 275 (687) EAGLES Cvr I Barnett 322 (795) Mare Barnett 246 Mary Nobb John 243 Ev Grovts 259 RICK L son 280 (753) Geo Matehett 276 R Iph Fionno 293 Carol Homuloa 262 ALCON REFRIGERATION Bill Bill nqi 284 (7QQ) Gloria Bell 272 Rogai S nclatr 331 Bill McTiqne 2J8 Blair Nicholson 244 Al Draper 20 Sa IQJ Bracy 235