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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 21, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE tETHBRIDGE HERALD Monday, December 21, 1970 THE FLYING LILLY Bob Lilly (74) of Dallas Cowboys, a tackle, floats the Cowboys' Herb Adderley (26) to assist Dave Edwards (52) in bringing down Houston Oiler Mike Richard (24) in Sunday's action. The Cowboys were never better, trimming the Oilers 52-10. NFL Rams and Chiefs fail to make tlie grade ff program completed By IIERSCIIEL NISSENSO.N Associated Press Sports Writer Cincinnati Bengals threw perfectionist Paul Brown's playoff timetable off by two years but the Dallas Cowboys' five-week plan was right on schedule. As a result, both of those teams along with San Francisco '49ers, Detroit Lions Dolphins advanced to tlie National Football League playoffs with impressive victories Sunday, jrining Minnesota Vikings. Baltimore Colts and Oakland Raiders, who made it earlier. Among the disappointed were the Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs, Los Angeles Rams. New York Giants, Cleveland Browns and St. Lotus Even winning didn't help the Rams and Browns, while the oilier Uiree pretenders all lost. The road to the Jan. 17 Super Bowl in Miami begins next Saturday with Cincinnati at Baltimore and Detroit at Dallas. On Sunday, it's San Francisco at Minnesota and Miami at Oakland, with the winners the National and American Conference titles Jan. 3. The Bengals clinched their playoff berth with a 45-7 rout o Boston Patriots that gave them the AFC Central Division championship, at the same time ensuring that the Patriots would get first pick in next month's college draft thanks to their 2-12 record, the worst in pro football. Praise is plentiful crew By ED SHEARER ATLANTA, Ga. (AP) Mighty Minnesota, Seeking a second straight journey to the Super Bowl, picked up a bat- tered admirer Vikings' former coach, rOorm Van Brocklin. The Vikings, posting their 10th victory in 11 games, flogged Van Brocklin's At- lanta Falcons in the regular- Eeason finale 37-7, avenging a 10-3 loss to Hie Falcons here j one year ago, one that snapped Minnesota's 12-game winning streak. Asked to compare the 1969 and 1970 Vikings, Van Brock- lin recited the scores of last year and this year. "That is the difference in this year and last. They're a big, strong football he said. Cuozzo is a better passer than Joe Kapp and he showed that this Van Brocklin said. "He threw very well and their receivers got position on ns. They beat us and gocd." Cuozzo, missed the two His passing set up two other scores in a 21-point second pe- riod that put the Vikings in command. Most medals to Japan in Asian Games BANGKOK rAP) The Sixth Asian Games ended Sunday with most of the gold medals in Japanese hands, new records on the books and defending soc- cer champion Burma and South Korea playing an overtime scoreless tie. Each received gold medals. That gave Korea 18 golds and second place after the powerful Japanese contingent. The Kore- ans also had 13 silver medals and 2.3 bronzes, over-all signifi- cantly better than in the 1366 games, in which Korea was 12- 18-21. Japan's final tally of 74 of the 137 golds plus 47 bronzes and 23 silvers was below its 1966 record of 78-53-33, but there prei ions Viking games with a werc more events in the last sprained right ankle, com- I games. pleted 13 of 20 passes for 175 yards, one an e i g h t -y a r ri touchdown strike to John Beasley. Thailand placed third in the! medals race with nine golds, 17 silvers and 1.'} bronzes, com- pared with its 12-14-1 lin 1966. The victory really wasn't needed since Minnesota wrapped up the National Foot- ball Conference Central Divi- sion title several weeks ago. Tlie Vikings face San Fran- cisco, West Division champs, next Sunday in the playoffs. The 49ers won the division Sunday with a 33-7 conquest of Oakland. Neither Cuozzo nor coach Bud Grant was ready lo ex- press preferences on playoff foes, since San Francisco didn't clinch its title until Minnesota was well under way on its trip back home. "You got to beat some- Grant said. "You can't play Boston or New Orleans." NO PROBLEM Cuozzo said his ankle gave him ho trouble during the game. Asked if he felt any pres- sure replacing Kapp, who failed to come to contract terms with Minnesota this season. "Yes, I felt some Cuozzo said, "but this win today let us match our 12-2 record of last year. However, Ihe only pressure was in step- ping into a position where the only different person on the starting team is you." Now, Cuozzo added, "we need just three more." ANDY CAPP SPREE Johnny Me- loose for five gonls over the weekend to run his total to 12 for thn season as (ioston Bruins won two more games. HEAVY DUTY CAMPER JACKS A rf.VI PAIRS UFT TO CLEAR PAIR HUNT WELDING SERVICE 1TD. 2005 2nd Avs. 5. 327.537 Brown, who beat out the Cleveland team he once coachet by one game, called it a "per sonal dream come true." Running back Essex Johnson said when the expanion Bengals were born in 1968, Brown told the players it would take five years to mould a winning team The Bengals scored the firsl seven times they had the bal Sunday. Virgil Carter passed for one touchdown before an injury forced him to give way to Sam Wyche, who threw for two more and scored one himself. It was Cincinnati's seventh consecutive victory following a six-game los- ing streak. Dallas smashed Houston 52-10 and captured the NFC East title as the Giants bowed to Los An- geles 31-3. Craig Morton of the Cowboys passed for 349 yards and five touchdowns, with Bob Hayes grabbing four of them. Five wins in a row enabled Uie Cowboys to finish at 10-4. "Five weeks really make a said coach Tom Landry. "It's had to turn a sea- son around that well. But we did it and I think we played tlie best we have in two years." PACES FRISCO John Brodie's three scoring passes paced the '49ers to the first championship in their 25- year history with a 33-7 romp over Oakland. Roman Gabriel threw lo Pat Studstill for the first two Los Angeles scores against the Giants. Detroit and Miami wound up with records and niade the playoffs with the best second- place records in their respective conferences. The Lions blanked Green Bay 20-0 behind return specialis! .em Barney, who ran 49 yards .0 score with an interception raced 65 yards with a punt tc set up another touchdown and put the ball in field goal position with a 74-yard kickoff return. The Dolphins blasted Buffalo 15-7 for their sixth straight win and the highest point total and most one-sided victory in their five-year existence. Jim Kiick barrelled into the end zone three times and Larry Csonka set up two scores with a 54-yard Wankel tops Pickering lo cart off top money WINNIPEG (CP) In a all Saskatchewan final, Dou Warikcl from Elbow, defcate Bob Pickering of Milestone 7- Sunday night and won i (he manisphcre Tournament o Champions Bonspiel. In a sec-saw game, marke by great takeout shots fron both Saskatchewan rinks Wankel said the turning poin was in the seventh end. Wanke stole two big points in lha "It just had to be in Hi seventh Bob was a UtU wide and a little heavy an skidded right sai Wankel. Other numbers of (lie wir :iing Wankel foursome wer Ernie Vaughan, tliird, Ar Knutson, second, and Ga Xnutson playing lead. Four i-inks curling in tlie finals divided up prize money Sunday night. The Pickering rink will b taking home to Mile itone. Garnet Campbell p 1 a y e iiird on the Pickering rink Jack Keyes was second anc Sid Gardner was the lead. In the other game Sunday night to decide the third plac finish in the ID-rink event, Win nipeg's Bob Lemecha defealec rlon Northcott of Calgary 10-8 Lemecha won for his el 'orts and the Northcott rinl will take ?500 back to Calgary. Both Lemecha and Northcot were semi-finalists. Earlier in be day Pickering dumper. Lemecha in a game that wen only eight ends and Wankel de 'eated Northcott 7-5 in a tigh game. About fans turned ou o watch the competition ng the four day bonspiel approximately people vere on hand1 for tile final Sunday night. Pickering had the best rec ord in the 16-team round-robin ournament and finished on top >f the "B" division with a 6- ecord. Wankel playing in the ame division wras right behinc vith a 5-2 count. When the two met in tournament play Friday came out on top by a 4 margin. Also in the "B" division tferv Mann of Saskatoon anc Edmonton's Matt Baldwin lied vith identical 4-3 records .any Taylor of Winnipeg anc 5ud Somerville of Superior, Vis., finished with records, larold Worth of Delisle, Sask., ad a 2-5 finish and Winni- Terry Braunstem was -6. On the "A" side of the bon- piel Lemecha and Northcott rushed with 5-2 records, fol- owed by Hec Gervais of Ed- nonton and Alf Phillips Jr. of oronto each with 4-3. Ernie ichardson of Regina antl yall Dagg of Vancouver had Trail beaten twice 3-4 records and Winnipeg's Don Dugtiid and Cord Lowry finish- ed with 2-5 records. The top two rinks in both di- visions moved into the semi- finals. On Saturday Northcott beat Gervais 7-1 in nine ends. Som- erville defeated Pickering 13-5 arid Worth defeated Wankel In other Saturday games Pickering beat Baldwin 0-5, Gervais defeated Alf Phillips Jr. 9-fi, Wankel breezed over Sommerville 10-0, Duguid de- [eated Lowry 9-5 and Taylor defeated Braunstein 8-3. Leme- cha defeated Dagg 10-7 and Phillips nipped N'orthcott 6-5 and Baldwin beat Mann by a similar score. It was Richard- son 9-8 over and Taylor beat Worth 6-5. Braunstein also beat Worth C-5 in an earlier game. Lemecha defeated Phillips tl-7 and Gervais nipped Lowry 8-6, Wankel defeated Mann 7-G and Dagg thumped Richardson 9-2. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES T F A Pt 4 133 106 3 5 129 191 3 5 Ul 100 3 1 132 133 1 84 117 3 101 170 1 ALBERTA JUNIOR W L Calgary 16 6 Red Deer 15 6 Lethbridge 1-1 10 Edm. Leafs 13 13 Ponoka 9 16 Edm. Movers 5 21 NATIONAL LEAGUE East Division W L T F A Boston ......22 S S 147 80 New York V 6 5 95 62 Montreal IS 11 5 196 84 Vancouver 13 II) 3 96 118 Toronto 13 18 1 95 99 Detroit 10 17 4 90 118 Buffalo 6 20 5 56 115 West Division 21 5 5119 62 15 8 8 77 75 12 1.1 5 75 75 1? 15 5 68 87 8 14 10 89 87 Chicago St. Louis Phlla. Minnesota Pittsburgh California f 16 i-os Angelej 9 16 WCHL Eastern Division W L T F A P Esleyan..... 20 1 1 125 38 Flin Flon.....17 12 2 119 108 Winnipeg.....16 15 1 146 129 Brandon..... 12 21 0 128 175 Regina .......10 17 1 90 110 Western Division Edmonton Calgary Saskatoon Swift Current Medicine Hat NHL LEADERS! 1 148 104 3 96 74 1 134 136 2 106 120 0 121 171 G A PIS Pirn 30 34 64 2 12 38 50 4 18 26 44 4 14 27 41 6 16 23 39 1 14 23 37 5 17 18 35 12 22 34 9 25 34 run and a 54-yard pass recep- tion. CHIEFS LOSE Kansas City bowed Diego 31-1.1 as Mike lo San Garrett scored twice, including a 44- yard run. Cleveland presented coach lanton Collier with a retire- ment present in the form of a 27-13 triumph over Denver, with BUI Nelson passing for two touchdowns and Bo Scott, a one-time Ottawa Rough Rider, scoring two. Sonny Jurgcnscn's passing and the running of Charley Har- raway helped Washington lo a 15-poinl. lead over St. Louis and the Redskins held on for a 28-27 decision when Jim Bakkcn of Ihe Cards, who earlier booted two long field goals, flubbed a i S'-yariliT with four minutes left. i E I s r w h e r c, Minnesota i Irmmrcd Atlanta 37-7, Chicago j beat New Orleans 21-3 on Jack Concannon's Ihrec TD tosses, i and Philadelphia snapped a tie I in the final four minutes and de- I feated Pittsburgh 30-20. Baltimore finished its r< By THE CANADIAN PRESS Trail Smoke Eaters, strug- gling to get out of the Western Internationa! Hockey League cellar, didn't find the climate any better in the Alberta Hock- ey League over the weekend. Saturday night, they were frustrated by the brilliant goal- tending of Russ Gillow, falling 3-1 to Drumheller Miners, and Calgary Stampeders staged a late comeback to eke out a 3-2 victory. In WIHL action in Spokane, the Flyers increased their league lead with .a pair of wins, nipping second-place Nelson Maple Leafs 4-2 Saturday night Esposito, Bos Orr, Bos Hodqe, BoS McKenzie, Bos R. Hull, Chi Kurfenbacn, V Ratelle, NY Delvecchto, Det HOCKEY SCORES SUNDAY National Los Angeles 7 Montreal 2 Toronto 4 Buffalo 2 New York 5 Vancouver 1 ioston 7 Minnesota 2 California 7 Detroit 3 Chicago 2 Pittsburgh 1 American Jucbee 5 Providence 3 Rochester 7 Baltimore 3 Western 3 Denver 3 Seattle 4 San Diego 1 Central Omaha 7 AmarlHo l Dallas 3 Fort Worth 1 Eastern .yracuse 9 Johnstown 2 New 6 New Jersey 4 alem 9 Clinton 2. -recnsboro 7 Nashville 2 International luskegon f. Flint 4 Dayton 1 Toledo 0 "'ort Huron 6 Forf Wayne 1 Saskatchewan Senior sskatoon 5 Regina 3 Sask.-Alta. Senior Drumheller 5 Moose Jaw 0 Alfa.-B.C. Senior algary 3 Trail 2 Western International pokane 5 Cranbrook 1 t. Louis 8 Toronto 7 International 6 Finland 4 Quebec Junior nrel 5 Cornvyall 3 rummondville 6 Rosemcunt 0 herbrookc 'B Shawinigan 3 uebec 6 Trols-RIvIeres 3 Ontario Junior Catharines 6 London 3 ontreal 10 Niagara Falls 2 shawa 5 Kitchener 2 tiawa 13 Hamilton 2 .oronto 12 Peterborough 1 Central Ontario Junior Pembroke 7 Smith Falls 3 Manitoba Junior Porfage 'a Prairie 5 Winnipeg 3 Kenora 5 Selkirk 2 St. James 9 St. Boniface 3 Dauphin 5 West Kildonan 1 Saskatchewan Junior Weyburn 6 2 Alberta Junior Red Deer 6 Lethbridge 3 Calgary A Edmonton Leafs 2 Western Canada Flln Flon 6 Winnipeg 4 Brandon 5 Estevan 4 Regina 7 Saskatoon 5 Edmonton Swift Current S B.C. Junior Victoria 7 Chilliwack 2 Kamloops 7 Kelowna 0 SATURDAY National Toronto 2 Buffalo 0 New York 5 Minnesota 3 Boston 7 St. Louis' 1 Pittsburgh 9 Dclrqit 1 Los Angeles 2 Philadelphia 2 American Baltimore 4 Hershey 4 Cleveland 4 Quebec 2 Rochester 7 Springfield 3 Western Denver 5 Salt Lake 2 Seattle 4 Phoenix 4 Portland 6 San Diego 4 Central Amarillo 7 Kansas City I Dallas 3 Tulsa Q Fort Worth 4 Oklahoma 3 Eastern New Jersey 5 Long Island 3 Salem 3 Charlotte 1 Nashville 6 Clinton 5 Inlernatrona! Dayton 3 Port Huron 2 Muskegon 3 Toledo 2 Flint 3 Fort Wayne 0 sask.-Alta. Senior Edmonton 9 Moose Jaw 4 Alta.-B.C. Senior Drumheller 3 Trail 1 Western International Spokane 4 Nelson 2 Western Canada Flln Ron 7 Winnipeg 3 Estevan 9 Medicine Hat 3 Alberta Junior- Edmonton Movers 5 Calgary 4 Lethbridge 5 Ponoka 3 B.C. Junior Victoria 13 Chilliwack 1 Kamloops 5 Kelowna 1 Vernon 7 Pentictori 2 Exhibition Junior Charlottetown 6 Moncton 5 PRO FOOTBALL NATIONAL CONFERENCE East Division Final Standings Dallas W.York Giants St. Louis .hington Phila W L T F A Pet 1Q 4 0 99 221 .714 9 5 0 301 270 .643 8 5 1 325 228 .615 6 8 0 297 314 .429 3 10 1 241 332 .231 Delr esola Boston Cleveland 'Illsburgh -louston Oakland Kansas Diego central Division 12 2 0 335 143 .857 ......10 4 0 347 202 .714 Bay 6 B 0 195 293 .429 Chicago 6 8 0 256 261 .429 West Division 10 '3 1 352 267 .769 Los Angeles 9 4 1 325 202 .692 ita 4 8 2 206 261 .333 N.Orleans 2 1 1 172 347 .154 AMERICAN CONVERENCE East Division Baltimore 11 2 1 321 234 .84! Miami...... 10 4 0 297 228 .714 N.York Jets 410 0255 286 .286 Buffalo 3 10 1 204 337 .231 2 12 OU9 361 .143 Central Division 8 6 0312 215 .571 7 7 0 236 265 5 9 0 210 272 .357 3 10 1 217 351 .231 West Division 8 4 2 300 293 .647 7 5 2 72 244 .583 5 S 3 282 278 .455 5 3 1 253 264 .381 RESULTS SATURDAY Baltimore 35 N. York Jsf3 20 RESULTS SUNDAY Los Angeles 31 N.York Glanl! 1 tincinnati 45 Boston 7 Miami 4 Buffalo 7 Chicaoo 24 N.Orleans 3 Detroit 20 Green Bay 0 Dallas 52 Houston 10 lesofa 37 Atlanta 7 t. 3 Pittsburgh 28 Vashington 28 St. Louis 27 an Fran 33 Oakland 7 an Diego 31 Kansas 13 llveland 27 Denver 13 'RO BASKETBALL ATURDAY NBA .altlmore 134 Boston 128 'incinnali 119 Milwaukee 110 York 93 Chicago 87 Angeles 116 Atlanta 104 Diego 118 Portland 108 tiiladelnhla 108 San Francisco ?J eattle 135 Phoenix 131 ieveiand 123 Buffalo 112 ABA irginia 113 Kentucky 104 exas 131 Indiana 117 ?rollna 178 Denver 124 tah 117 Memphis 102 and Cranbrook Royals 5-1 Sun- day. In Drumlieller, Bob Bartlett scored twice for tlie Miners and Gillow kicked out 40 shots1 '.o stymie the Smoke Eaters. Don Phelps had the other goal and Pat Laughton hit for Trail. Bob Toothill's goal midway through the third period car- ried the Slampeders to victory, despite the heroics of goalie Selh Martin. Ken Kosbey of Trail had scored twice to give Trail a 2-0 first-period lead, but goals by Ron Huston and Ron Peers drew Calgary even after 40 minutes. 'Hie victory, before 3.344 fans, was Calgary's fourth in a row and solidified their grip on first place in the AHL. In Spokane. Vtnce Collins, Bob Stoykko, Tom Hodges and Dwight CarrulhcTs counted for the Jets Saturday night. Ed Skyhar got belli Nelson goals. S t o y k o, Bob Trcmbccky, Charlie Goodwin, Gail Holden and Dave Toner connected regular I Sunday for Spokane. Defence- .nrrtay by whipping' man Pete Lei man, a former the Jets 35-20 Earl Morrail j Spokane skater, scored the four scoring passes, I Royals' only goal. and the MANAGEMENT and STAFF at: ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETE TIRE SALES SERVICE WJ III Avr South Phone 357-4886 or ;