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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 19, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Oecembt- 19, 1972 THE LETHBRIDGt MtMO 11 Retzlaif ivalks out with Khayal Two coaches go, more to Jim Lei'ebvre will play in Japan By THE ASSOCIATED PJIESS Two low-flying National foot- ym further clearing the said Tow. "but 1 If lids baby; i gwv rfprVs ifap EaaUs also accepted i a man can lake the p-esent up, it means 1 lod it i LOS ANGELAS 'AI'j L'J- that his contract ui'.h the for wri-yj.vs s.id bv Anpek-s JJwlg'.T w-vrid vns would make rum the highest learnt popular in by Jirn Lefeuvre, has jpaid player in Japanese base- ing the Lwdgtrs jn hitting in a a iucralive thrf.-c-year bell of O-.- itr, plav for of tnt was with j '''he iwittn-MtM- v.a, Bastball a] bed by Japanew; WTI.WS as Ji.e for t> club Little Mi'.-key MariUe on tnat inp. the resignation of geaeral man- ager Pete ReUiaff. Bob Hollway was fired by St. after a second straight 4- material pi Philadelphia after a 2-11-1 sea- ball League birds, Philadelphia Eaglos i.nd S'.. Louis fired their head coaches MOB- _ day while eight more fortunate the Cardinals. A teams began dreaming of the Sundav over those financially-troubled Jerry V.'i Super Bowl. 5amc wasn't enough to' mm for S1G.5 million. Kdclic Khayat was dropped by ItetzJafi said at UK time: All around the NFL, the coaching boat was rocking. 1 Tommy Prothro's status a-ith Los Angeles Rams remained in j 1 limbo. Weeb E-aiiank said he I would retire after the 1273 sea- i EOT, with New York Jets. And, New York Giants gave Alex I Webster ova- tract. No word from New England Phil Bengtaon signed j or. a ago as an interim coach when John Mazur was fred and the situation remained clouded for the lovely 3-11 Pats. PLAN FOP. PLAYOFFS Eight happier NFL teams sketched game for Saturday arid Sunday playoff plus players from the iritcbt. 't will my fault." make uii a winner." Prothro's second Rims tea draft and make us a winner." Prothro's second IWms Ujarn Iletzlaff, 40, was hirt-d four I finished M-l, losing the vears ago when trucking execu- j tional Conference Western Divi- live Tose rxjught the team from sion to San Francisco. Tra lor-; UCLA coach i.s two years into a deal. "I don't said Prothro i "I'm going to run things my i when asked about lib future fol-1 Bowling 3M7 firmed Ko 'jr.b'.wni, ie pro fov'.baU IJ-S'-ory by erf the Year in rfc- iir.-g his Eilti.-riv-e fraachivj ported U, have made Wj-Wj We regret the .sea.vjn playw in 7j .ed oat for the lans. We're of them before the lo tvaiUi'r; the errjre or- break, balling The fBokevnfcii iai'i r.ego'.ia- tions with trie More SpOrt had sir-.c the end of I the an-J he saio. "Jira j-v an offer thit to? on page 1Z A O The LKydgGrS Pi" and he %vas v.ctivtd ibf; Ameritaii clubs. PETE KETZLAFF Oailasd, 10-M, plays at Pitts- i hurgh, 11-3. Saturday arid i Cleveland 1W, i M'ami Dolphins, 14-0, Sunday in 1 American Gonlereice rnaWi- j ups. In the National Conferer.ee, world champion Dallas, 10-5, will be at San Francisco, 8-5-1, Saturday and Green Bay, 104, takes oo the Redskins, 11-3, Sunday at reacted with anger at Us dismissal by Bill BiaweU, VKrt's of the Cardinals, saving: I m a good football coach and 3. winner. "I'll do '.rell with acy team I coach." Support from Cardinal play- was I really expected ram to be said quarterback Jim Hart. "It's like taking a step backward." However, running back Johnny RoUnd said "it wasn't an unkno-A-n fact that a lot of guys didn't taie to his coaching philosophies." WON LAST TWO St. Lotris won its final two ED KHAVAT Wayne Bosses v1 takes title ft four flays bai Bowes emerged the Sfoih in the racquet ball toumamerit staged at the Uihbridge YI.ICA games to give HoUway con- secutive seasons of 4-3-1 since taking over from another fired Cardinal leader, Cnarkr-' Win- ner. York in the dual job of head CMcb-gene-al manager since Titans of the old A.rnerican Football League were renamed the Jets in )K3. i "Next season will be my last as head said Ewbank. 4 'I want to sperii some time with my She's a preuy i good gsL" ACTMS town, the Giants re- warded Webster for an 5-6 sea- son, giving the former star half- j hack a Dfth straight ooe-year deal- Philadelphia owner Leonard Tose said Retzlaff. a former star wide receiver with the Eagles, submitted his resigna- tion three weeks ago. this" weekend Khayat. 37, went to j Trie TrruredaT Eagles' 10 days ago and and cam" to an end Sunday wanted to know where he stood. evening as Bowes bested He fourjd out Monday, getting in the final set 21-11 and aze one year ailer 21-il. jiog one of the NFL's top come- Wayne Uxjk Capri Bowl, the women's title goes to Gayle Pederson for a par- f.'jrrnance in NuMode IJomes sporting an aver- age of 171. she hit the high spots 237, 331 and 247 for an 315 triple which give, her the season's high three Steady Mills is the men's bov.ier- rf-the-v.-eek, thank; to a pair of. firie efforts he roll- ed s 792 in Green's Shots with 255. 227 and 310 for a triple and then pulled out all the- slops in Civil Service v.ith a triple as lie rallied the pins for 274. and a big 353 the 916 is the high triple for the year a special mention and a tip of the cap to Hugh Christie who placed first in the Master-Bantam tournament his average is 198 hut he averaged 240 in tournament play. Vaughan Tennant, one 01" the top periarrners in the Senior Citizens' League, set the other seasonal high three by clicking for an 870 which included a 317 single. In the Master-Barjlam tournament, in which a high-calibre bowler teams up with two YBC bantams. Hugh Chrislie and bantams Darren Chacki and Joy Nakamura teamed up take the six-game roltoff against some the best in the prov- ince The locals had a pinlall of to beat out the runnemp DrumheUer team by 93 pins Steve Pedersen and his bantam mates, Marty Shige- hiro and Tracy Tamayose placed fourth with pins and fifth spot with 2.949 pins went to John Rempel, Mark Gretzingc-r and Debbie VYitwicki an excellent effort bv the local contingent. A reminder that the popular holiday event, the YBC Family Twosome tournament is set, starting Wednesday night and running through until Dec. 29 the tourney is where dad and son, or daughter, or mother, son or daughter, team up those plan- ning to compete should contact the desk division with i 21-1.3 and 21-15 wins over Jim In "C" section the went in as be upended Dave Enell 21-12 and fAjan Tail Freel combin- ed win the dvjbkri title. They bounced Filuk and Tom Hudson n-f, and 21-15 Li the Cr.al. fr, plav Pic Rand y Ma-.T.'S 31-S5. In league for the week, Yelma Miller paced the women in Senior Citizens with 274 while Barb Scattergood's 208 led Riga's Marg Smith paced Spetdys with an 818 triple v.ith Marilyn Christiansen tops in Martmizing with a 303 Tne top trundlers in Green's v.'ere Joey Ross with a fine 326, Linda Malcomson a 789 triple, Jean Christie 749 and Yerda Hamilton 74L v.-iih Dianne Violini and sister Erenda Pedersen adding 741 and 736 respectively Sandy Ehigehiro was the star in JCCA with 315 while Lori Palrnerchuk paced YBC with 315. In men's league play, Vaughn Termant's 317 and S70 and a 294 by Felix Hoffarth led the way while in Knights of Columbus Bob Costanzo had an 810 triple and Jack Srnetd was on the beam with 343 and 829 In Goniie's Bill Koskoski found the range for 326 and 811, Jack Smeed 303 and 812. Mike To bo, 317, Bill was hired as Eagle line coach! Hleucka v.ith a rousing 353 and 831. Gar.' Tunhridge ir. and was promoted to the ri22 S20. Ab Paskuski 318 and 772. rJen Larson'a head job wnen Jerry i ftv.es. Tfc former placekiciier-tactle was dropped after an begin- ning to the reason. applied an iron grip, ordering players to shave beards and moustaches irA or-' dt'ririg some In get haircuts. It. seerried to work a-i Philadelphia rallied for a C-7-i over-all record. Nothing worked triis year. i "I don't wari tfl vtxA smart j The Sky is the Limit If you or9 Motivated interested In serving the Public. in above-average earnings invite ycj lo apply for vaconciei fn GUT cor and truck toles force. Wa offsr: No. 1 Product on the Job Demonstrator Company Benefits AppTy in to Gerry Wagenvoort General Manager BENY CHEVROLET OLDSMOBILE I AVB. and 8th Slreel S. 356-1101 IETHBRIDGE 779, Ken Kurtz 774 and Bill Eraun 765 BiH Hamilton hit for a S25. Cec Eeaudry 305, Jim Kalo 320 and John Rempel 302 and 763 in Green's Harry Boessenkooi led Lethbridge Banks 307 and Ed Henderson's 316 triple high in Henry Homes In JCCA the pace-setters were Tak Katakami 3.% arid 765. .lira Yarnada 319 and 799. Mike Tobo 303, Kyoto Shigthiro 308 and 792 and Frances Higa 331 John V.'jldrrisn's 313 ir; VBC anr] a smart 313 and K12 by Kim Kovacs in young Adult; round out And from Al Pearson and the slafi at Capri Bov.'I everv -.vis'n for the merriest o: Chris'.masts for the rxr.vl'jrs all. Jim Hunter won only first heat MADONNA fjp; CAMPfGLIO. third v.ith FrCTch !uiy fAPj David Z-Ailliri? o! star Henry Lrovillard v.as fwjnr: Austria had a fantaMic stcond in to v-Jn rnen s gUrit ?.la-! placing.s include lom UxJay and Ukc the its'! in1 K ran c the 1973 i-orld sW cup. C. f'.einhir'i TriL-cr.tr. Jim Jlunler. lii-ycar-old Cana-j Austria. 7. dian Olympic sLar from Calgary j I'ech'.l, Aiiitrla. M: S. won the htst a half' Trench. S-Ailztrbrid. swwid, did not fir.is'n'in the 3. Hans ZLnyrc, fir'-t 30. I 10. third in L-x; Initial j Austria. 3: W.SI. heat, had an aggregate clocking In trie opening heat, Hunter of minutes 42.56 seconds, dov.-n ttje rr.c'jcs with Roesti of Switzerland of the Pannigolo Course in second with 52. despite- a hish .siaitinj! Austrian v-inner leads the number. f VfVW Cup t'irli He second to HH.-.KT :o ir, t> in thft fjywriz run placin-: i Helmut Schmalzl rA iLily 'Aa.1; the IS. Your accomplishments meant that 122 additional handicapped children enjoyed aweekat summer camp through the Molson Hole-in-One Program. Golf Aces: DC1: PETE Cs i -y F.DAVIDSCN EC3 DEF.MCK A. HI'iAF.SST! F CAR5Y FCSFEST F. P. FF.AiSR F C v F CCLLACOTT I E. ECB LYLE .V JCNE3 GEF.F-Y LEFEEVF.E RICK KelK'TYrE GEORGE Ucl.'.AKAM Fresr.o, Cali'cf-ia JACK V.'AYI.E MALKEV.'ICr! LARRV ARVIL Caigsry j. VOOF.E; GEROLD MEI.'AIJ Fc-aca Ri-.er KHU OIKA'.'.'A F.C.Y 7 D. ri. Canary V.'. SLOVACK CElgsry D. MICHAEL SMIL'-IS C2ig ry DON SOF.EK50IJ FETER ECF.ENSCH R. 3. D. JEFF STEFHE'iSON LLOYD S. LOrGSEN EUD FRiOP. TSFHE'; PF.CSSAK PETER PEA3 t J P. The Molson Program is operated by the Alberta Rehabilitation Council for the Disabled in co-operation with the Alberta Golf Association. ;