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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 2, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, January 1, 1973 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 3 Wasldngton favored in Super Boid What must Dolphins do to prove they're good? BRADSHAVV DUMPED Three Miami Dolphins' ploy- ers team up to dump Piitsburgh Stesler quarterbcck Terry Brodshaw Sunday ii fourth quarter of the American Fool- ball Conference eharrpionship game. Dolphins act post Ihe Steelers 21-17 for rheir 16th siroight fhe Bowl against Washington i and o berlh Bradsn returned i hod been shaken ihe fine! quar up earlie ;'AP Wj.-e Redskins Jan. in ihe game but sticks it to Irish Southern Cal just too good By TlfE ASSOCIATED PRESS Southern California's top- ranked Trojans, unleashing a seemingly artack. and Herman Trophy winner Johnny Rodgers ci Nebraska, displaying the superb form that garnered Mm the honor emble- matic oi the nation's finest col- lege player, have iei't no doubt they deserve their honors. The Trojans, ixfeerea by San Cunningham's four rcnicb- douTis. iorged a 42-17 Rose Bcnv] victory over Ohio State Monday and cLiched the na- tional coilega football cham- pionship. Rodgers. although weakened by the flu. scored [our touch and passed for another as the CoiT.huskers cnished Darje in ire Orange Bowl. Texas upset Alabama 17- 13 in Ihe Cotton Bowl, rounding out Ne.v Year's Days' slate o; bou'l games. "I hard tonight to prove I deserved ii." Kocgers s.iid cf his Helsman selection. "I ihini. that's the longest Ear.-.e of n-.v life. "I've had the fl.i aj 1 really t he 5 speed- ster. on nn> four and five yards, scored on a i-Cyard pass play ar.d rlfle-d a 52-yard TD bomb to Frosty .An- derson. KNEW HE COl LD DO IT "I threw a lot in hign school.'' Rodgers saiu "1 kr.e'.v thai if were we able lo them a little bit. 1 get it to Rodgers took 2 Iv.era! on the play sr.d then ;he ball to Anderson. The Comhuskers sieged to 3 :o-0 haiftime lead and posted three by Rodgers in the second half. surced o e r I'T "-V'? r-. r-11 H-..T? 'r.-sl-ori for 157 ysrds as the erupted from a Buckeyes. Cunr.incl.r.r.'.'s efforts record ''jnis 15 a satisfying victory' Ohio Stsle coach TVoodv half they passed us. out of the this the AP na- Hayes scud he felt 'Jie 1972 park." Bonal I'SC Southern California team was Oiiio State scored in the sec- coach John McKay said, refer- the best he had ever faeed. ond period on a plunge b> ring the post-season poll to de- "You can ran on Randy Keith and late in the termine final national rankings. as we in the second Fourth on a five-yard-nm by John Bledsoe. In the Sugar Bowl Sunday. Oklahoma bfanied Perm State 14-0. In games Saturday. Auburn bombed Colorado 2-1-3 in the Ga- tor Bowl. North Carolina beat Texas Tech 32-23 in the Sun Bowl the East defeated the Vv'est 9-3 in the Shrine game and Termessee beat Louisiana State w the Astro-Bluebonnet BowL Centennials take over top By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Miami Dolphins win IcotbaD games regularly than any other in professional foot- ball, but it seems they car.'t convince anyone they're that good. The Dolphiis earned 2 berth ii; the Super Bow! with theii If'-th straight win Sunday, a 21- 17 verdict over Pittsburgh Steel- ers. which gave them the Amer- ican Football Conference utie. Nevertheless. bookies in Ne- vada made Washingion Red- skins a one-poir; favorite in the Supar Bowl, lo be played Sun- Jan. 14. Tna Redskins earned a spoi in the big game by whipplDg Dal- las Cowboys, last year's Super Bowl winner. 26-3 Sunday. The gave Washington the Na- tional Football Conference title. And ii's not only the bookies who like the Redskins. Presi- dent Niton does. ico. He invited cosch George Alien and his lamiiy to the White House and told him he espected a Surer ffiowl victory. MERCURY WON'T BUY IT Mercurj' Morris. Miarnj's O'.'0-yard rusher, doesn't buy the but says. "In the eyes o: world, we still have to prove ourselves "We have the horses to do anything w-g want to do. arc that's not a bull statement. T.-ial's fact." Moms was Miami's lesdir: rusher against the Steelers 7C yards on 16 carries. "The }ear won't n-.-er fn; me until after the Super Bowl." said Morris, "and I intend ro come out winning, grinning and skinning. Like, give me some skin.'' Morris said Ihe Dolphins wen; to last year's Super Bowi tc piay. and Dallas went to win. History has been good to Su- oer Btnvl loser? who made it 'back to pro football's biggest Xcw York Jeis h 1969. but E.-me a set-or.d time. -.rimmed Dallas in The Ciiy lost uj Greer; reiume-d last year and in 1957. but whippsd r.T.sshed Miami 24-3. Vikings three years later. Biiii- Coach Don Shula said he more Colts were upended by v.- o u 1 d decide Wednesday Kings beaten in onlv game RED DEER CP Ker. Eenrsm of Dram'seller red an Albena Junior Hocke> League record by bui i: enough Falcons lost !0-7 lo ihe Red Deer F.urJers Monday Eer.rt-T.'s trjTp-j-. ine rec- ord for moci toaj- scored by a player in roe gazie. Trs retxrd set by Rysn Weak- er of the Fajcons. ETO matched by Bob Reddick of Lie dcfunc: Ponoks and Holmes of the Cord Kilo-- scored L'-.r-re m the ha-, e a three-Mini ietd CM er second-place Calgar-" Ca- Reg Kiich and Ro- Joe! esch added a par for Red Brian Sutter an-d had EoaJ ID- Rr-d Doer. Gar.' Bembridre and gcv. tbe o'.her Dnmheile- :ed UK period. b'jt trailed 7-5 going the third. Rustler? o-jtsho! the Falcons ar.d DnanLnel'er took eight r.; 14 peiial'Jes. op.e a r.-iidcon- duci :o Dale Red Deer Rusiier; regained first place mill a 10-6 ove- Lhe ceDar-dwellijig Sugar King? Saturday night before 1.000 f.-ns. The via gave R.ed Deer -.1 points, one more than the Cal- Canucks. Doug Lindskog scored three zeals and set up two others to lead the Red Deer attack. Bsr- r.. Lassiter and Reg Kinch each rvvo and Brian Stepheo Brian Sutler aod V.'ittchen added single gcrais. Pete McMahco. Don Rerjner. Steve Chalmers. DarreH Zapar- niuk. Kevin Knibbs and Brent McCracken .shared the Leib- 1'ridge scoring. Earl or Bob Griese will quarterback the Do-- -hlis agams: ihe Redskins. Morral] steered IT? Miami si- lack for the last lrJ weeks after Gnese lefi the a dis- located anlde. C-riese returned i to action in the ssi-ond half againsi Piiisbiirgh. Uklng ihe DoJphks ear-old t.c-shmar. caugh: five passes f. r yards and or.e touch- Oklahoma downed "I (v.dr.'t think I'd be playing ball tills year." Owens, brother of Oklahoma's Ikismtm Trophy winner Steve Owens. "I really can't believe Thanksgiving i (rxiJ. i.. Ll't iiai.1 fl UMJ-111 JJI ti'.lX The Sky is the Limit If you ore Minn. a tie as Earl Anderson interested in a closing V to T-ogi.xP1- Dsko.M I'LT; varsity nado i' M ai p M RTM Paul ths Snndr-v niciM in of FoMnn of i he the 1" S. learn Interested in above-average Cup hoc-key tournamoiK. Tin1 c.ive the touiu ol coal with four minuioa lefi 1 io play. 1TI 1, dO IF phiNt-iv from MiMicint1 J? lo C1 5 a t1 s K ii i. u r. c: the We Oiv WivuTr, r.iiiihi.i for No. 1 A Loa.ciio ihe 1" S loam ihen piillrd Training on the Canada l'J-3 McOonaUl and Company each hvo coals for ihe 's iho Soviets used precision pnssinp Apply in person the win loss V S. club it-ore IV'iro. 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