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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 20, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta PET -I 'AD NOU DON'T KNOW WMAT LIKE. STUCK INDOOtS ALL DAY ON VOUftOWN- VOU'RE THE ONLY LIVIN1 SOUL I'VE SEEN 1973 THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD -13 Can he be that way one more Cronin always tough in the clutch Including 10 repeaters Dolphins land a dozen NEW YORK Miami Dolphins. 1973 Super Bowl placed 12 players on the American Football Conference Pro Bowl including quarterback Bob two backfield team- Csonka and Mercury and wide receiver. Paul AFC president Lamar Hunt nounced Wednesday. an- The Dolphins had seven rep- resentatives on the offensive team and five to the defensive unit while Oakland the AFC Western will be represented by seven of its players. Pittsburgh Bowling CAPRI BOWL MORNING COFFEE Shirley Ellerman Marker Ruth Laurie Lorraine Mickey Karen Taylor Veronica Norman 200 JUNIORS SHOP Dorothy Sorensen Ev Krauss Joan Sudo Kathy Ludwig 274 Dot Manning Joan Milton Miriam Givens Dorothy White Hertha Matson Shirley Petrak 229 GORDIES MEN Cec Beaudry 376 Mike Tobo 314 Sam Girardi 325 Duane Spitzer 384 Fred Mastor 333 Bob Thompson 320 Jim More 318 Bill Hamilton 289 Abe Enns 287 Dennis Hubber Bill Hleuka 297 SPEEDYS LADIES Mary Onofrychuk 339 B J. Takaks Betty Beaudry 253 Dianne Wotherspoon Bea Salmon 303 Gail Sarka Linda Hamilton Marilyn Christiansen Anne Todd Ev Ostroski Wendy Murakami 230. DANNY MEETS PAT LONDON Danny British heavyweight will meet Pat Duncan of the United States in a 10-round bout here Jan. 15. it was an- nounced Wednesday. CAREER WANTED YWCA RESIDENT SUPERVISOR Responsible Adult Interested In Working With SALARY NEGOTIABLE PHONE 327-8221 or 327-2284 Steelers. the AFC wild-card has six players on the while the Central Divi- sion Champion Cincinnati Bengals are represented by three. Three rookies were also voted to the 40-ma.n AFC roster which meets the National Football Conference Pro Bowl squad Jan. 20 at Kansas City's Arrowhead Stadium. They are Cincinnati wide receiver Isaac Oakland punter Ray Guy and return specialist Greg Pruitt of Cleveland Brown. SIMPSON TOP BACK Every with the ex- ception of New England Patri- ots and San Diego placed one or more representatives on the team which will attempt to extend its winning streak in these contests to three games. Three Conference leaders were chosen. 0. J. Simpson of Buffalo hero of last year's 33-28 AFC victory in Dallas and the first rusher to crash the was the AFC's top runner. Safety Dick Anderson of who shared the conference lead in intercep- tions and Oakland quarter- back Ken who led the AFC in were voted onto the team. Twenty-two players are re- peaters from last year's club. Miami led with 10 repeaters They were War- Csonka. Morris. Ander- offensive tackle Larry centre Jim defensive end Bill middle linebacker Nick Buoniconti. safety Jake formerly with British Colum- bia Lions of the Canadian Football and place kicker Garo Yepremian. BOSTON Joe All-Star slugging front of- fice boss and Hall of admits he would rather become a designated hitter than judge and jury in the final days of his 14-year reign as American League president. it would be a lot easier to be going up as a pinch-hitter even at my the 67-year-old Cronin said Wednesday after two days of hearings trying to resolve the managerial merry-go-round he inherited this fall. Noted as one of baseball's top clutch hitters during his career as player-manager of Washington Senators and Boston Red Sox. Cronin faces one of the most important decisions of his career. He acts like a man deter- mined to come through in the clutch once again before mov- ing up to the league's board chairman and turning over the president's gavel to Lee Mac- Phail Jan. 1. Of he'll have the ad- vice of lawyers. Cronin took command the past couple of con- ducting formal hearings as a judge without a robe. With legal Cronin began going through of of testimony gathered in meetings with officials of New York Yankees and Detroit Ti- then the Yankees and owner Charlie Finley of Oak- land Athletics. The Will Ralph Houk manage the Tigers and Dick Williams the Yankees in Will there be in player talent or to the Yankees for the loss of Houk and the A's for the defection of Williams to the Yankees7 Is a managerial contract Can a manager split with two years to go on a Finley. a baseball has raised all the questions. He appeared to give Williams a go-ahead after the A's won the World Series. Then he did a tur- demanding player compensation from New York. The faced with such a countered by asking similar compensation from the Tigers for the loss of Houk. Mediation meetings at the baseball meetings in Houston last week failed to resolve anything Cronin call- ed formal and Finley filed a suit in U.S. Dis- trict Court in San Francisco to prevent Williams from joining any other baseball club for the next two years. Cronin s first hearing between New York President Gabe Paul and Detroit General Manager Jim Campbell was harmonious Tuesday. Cronin described the meeting with Finley and the plus Williams with his personal as declined to comment on the advise of counsel and appearing bolted from the hotel. That left accom- panied by to face sports McMullen future uncertain LOS ANGELES The McMullens. Ken and thought they were making the right decision. Now they are sure. His name is Jonathan Lee McMullen. born Nov. a robust 8-pound. 14-ounce son for the Los Angeles Dodger third baseman and his wife. Last Bobbie. 29. un- derwent surgery for breast cancer. She was three months pregnant then. The malig- nancy involves her lymph glands. Immediate radiation treatment would have re- quired termination of the pregnancy. wasn't too hard a deci- sion to make now that he's Mr. McMullen- said. always have doubts that come up. but now it's a big relief from our minds. going into my second week of treatments and they seem pretty good. Like most you don't really STAYS AT HOME Ken hasn't had much time to think about baseball. He stays close to their Oxnard watching Jonathan. Ryan. and Kenna. 2. while Bobbie has daily treatments. 31. said he looks forward to the 1974 season mixed Besides whatever family de- cisions that come he said. don't know what my status is with the want to play I know they want to give Ron Cey a chance but 1 hope they'll give me the opportunity to beat him out. was sent a contract with a big cut. I won't sign McMullen. a 12-year major league was bothered by a back injury much of last season and played in only 42 games. But his 21 of them home in 18 runs. writers and sportscasters. Cronin was not but he spoke guardedly. had a thorough hear- Cronin said. we have all the findings in and I'll make a decision as soon as possible. It's hard to tell Andres Cellar Dwellers People who like wines a often like a lot of wines So Andres offers a complete line of fine wines. One to meet every preference. Red wines White wines. Sherries and Ports Wines that sparkle. And wines that crackle. 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