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Lethbridge Herald {Newspaper} - 1974-01-05,Lethbridge, Alberta Vikings^ ranking veteran senses deeper feelings BLOOMINGTON, Minn. (AP) — Grady Aiderman, ranking veteran of Minnesota Vikings, senses a deeper feeling of intensity in himself and his teannmates in preparation for this year’s Super Bowl than before the 1970 game against Kansas City Chiefs. Alderman, tlie last of the Vikings selected in the 1961 expansion draft, will be completing his 14th National Football League season Jan. 13 - when the Vikings play Miami Dolphins in the championship final at Houston. The 6-foot-2, 245 - pound offensive tacltle is one of 18 players on Minnesota’s 40-man roster who played in the 23-7 loss to the Chiefs. "The emotion was there the last time,” said Alderman. “But last time, we had only one week between games and we did not have enough time to prepare for that game. "Kansas City used a 5-2 defence, and we’d never seen it before. This time, we’ll have an extra week. The layoff has got to help guys who are banged up. Also, we’re more familiar with Miami. I think we will be more intense in ouf preparation than we were the last lime.” The Vikings have met the Dolphins three times in the last two years, losing 19-7 in a 1972 exhibition and 16-14 in the 1972 regular season, and'winning 20-17 in the final seconds of a 1973 exhibition game. Alderman notes this will be a considerably different Viking team from the one beaten in the 1970 game at New Orleans. “We relied more on defence in those days," said Alderman, who played one season with EVetroit Lions before joining the Vikings. “Our offence is more capable than ever. We have the attitude that we can score from anywhere on the Golfers committed PEBBLE BEACH. Calif. (AP) — Leading professional golfers, who have Wen free to choose where they play, were ordered Friday to compete in three specific tournaments this year. The designated tournaments are the Colonial Open, May 1619 at Fort Worth, Tex.; the Kemper Op«n, May 30-June 2 at Charlotte, N.C., and the World Open, Sept. 12-15, at Pinehurst, N.C. The announcement was made by Joe Dey, Professional Golfers’ Association commissioner. The three designated tournaments are the forerunners of a contemplated 10-event slate, in which the game’s leading players will be required to play in any specific event. The players ywho must play in those tournaments are: United States Open, PGA and Masters champions from the last five years, the leading money winners from the last five years, the 1Q73 British Open champion, the 1973 Ryder Cup team members and the top 30 money winners from 1973. That, of course, comprises all the game’s great names, including Jack Nlcklaus, Arnold Palmer, Billy Casper, Tom Weiskopf, Bruc^ Cramp-ton, Gary Player and Lee Trevino. “A wilful violation without a valid escuse would be a very serious offence,” Dey said. The penalty would be determined by the commissioner and could be a fine or suspension of playing rights. The selection of those three events camc under a recently approved regulation of the Toumannent Players Division of the PGA. , field.” The Vikings have 11 starters, both offensively and defensively, who did not start in the 1970 game. The biggest names not with the Vikings that year now with the club are quarterback Fran Tarkenton, wide receiver John Gilliam, running back Chuck Foreman and middle linebacker Jeff Slemon. Ed White is starting at guard, Stu Voight at tight end. Carroll Dale at wide receiver, Oscar Reed at running back, Nate Wright at comerback and Jeff Wright at strong safety. The most notable absentees are quarterback Joe Kapp, the former field gener'al for Calgary Stampeders and British Columbia Lions of the Canadian Football League who quit football one year after the Vikings traded him in, 1970, and safety Karl Kassulke, paralyzed from the waist down following an accident on a motorcycle one day before training camp opened last July. “Grady is the oldest member of the line but probably the most intelligent,” said assistant coach John Michaels. “He’s probably the best technician of anybody on the line. What he lacks in size, he makes up in technique. McCord’s six consecutive birdies help earn win PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. (AP) — Gary McCord, a rookie playing in only his second tour event, reeled off a string of si* birdies in a row en route to a sparkling 65 and the first-round lead Friday in the rain-delayed Bing Crosby National Pro-Am golf tournament. The obscure, 25-year-old Riverside, Calif., native needed only 25 putts in the seven - under - par effort that staked him to a two-stroke lead. The tournament, the first of the year, got started one day late in bonechilling cold and occasional dri2zie. Thursday’s scheduled first round was washed out by a heavy, day • long rain and set the tournament schedule back one full day. The event, which offers $215,000 in the total For you, the Renter. It’s your turn to benefit under the Alberta Property Tax Reduction Hem. ARE THERE ANY EXCEPTIONS? Yes. Under this section of the Alberta Property Tax Reduction Plan those in the following categories are ineligible. —Senior Citizens (65 or over). Senior Citizens who rent their principal residence apply directly to the Alberta Department of Municipal Affairs for a Renter Assistance Qrant. —Students who rent from a university or college, i.e. reside in university or college residences. These residences have already received their benefit since they are not subject to the Education Foundation Levy. —Reaidents of nursing homes or senior citizens* homes, public or private. These" residences are in the same category as above. - —Members of the Armed Forces who do not live'in residences subject to the Education Foundation Levy, i.e., if they live on a base or in a house provided by the Armed Services. —Anyone who has already received a benefit from the Homeowners’ Education Tax Refund or a benefit from the Renter Assistance Grant under the Alberta Property Tax Reduction Plan. This holds if your spouse has received either the Renter Assistance Credit or Grant or the Homeowners’ Education Tax Refund in that lax year. AM I ELIGIBLE? Yes, if you; Are under 65 years of age, have rented your principal residence(s) in Alberta for a minimum of 120 days in 1973, were a resident of the province on December 31, 1973. Wcdch ycwir maU for this brocl WHAT IS THE MAXIMUM BENEFIT I CAN RECEIVE? You may receive a maximum of $100.00 under the Plan if you are eligible. The amount will either be in the form of a refund included in your Federal Income Tax Refund from the Department of National Revenue or a credit towards . your Tax Payable for 1973. The form and amount of the benefit is determined by your taxable income for 1973. SUPPOSE MY RENT IS PAID FOR BY MY EMPLOYER? Except in the case of Armed Forces personnel described above, you are still eligible for the benefit providing that the amount of rent that your employer(s) pay(s) is included as part of your income. Free rent received in return for services, such as caretaking, must be declared as part of your income but still entitles you to the Benefit. HOW DO I CLAIM? You will receive a brochure in the mail. DO NOT LOSE IT. STUDY IT CAREFULLY. It will describe in detail all the points of which you should be aware when you apply. Your application form will arrive with your Income Tax Return. If you should lose your brochure you may pick another one up at any Treasury Branch. Remember, in order to receive benefit under this program, you must file a return for 1973 whether or not you have a taxable income. ÀtexìQ TREASURY prizes, now is set to end Monday. The Thursday downpour also left the three courses being used for this unique event drench^ and soggy. Water pooled' and puddled over all fairways. Water stood on some greens and players occasionally had to move their' ball to putt. Winter rul^.were in effect, allowing players to lift, clean and place the ball in the fairways. ■ , Lanny Wadkins and rangy Barney Thompson shared second with 67s. U.S. i^n champion Johnny Miller had a 68. Victor R^lado, a tour regular from Mexico, and Dave Eichelberier had 69s. All three course’s play to a par 72. All players have one round at each course before the field is cut for the final round at Pebble Beach Mon- Jack Nicklaus, who has won the last two Crosby events and was favored to do it again, struggled to a 74. Gary Player had a-71. Tom Weiskopf and rookie Ben Crenshaw were at 73.    , McCord, who failed to qualify at the players* school the first two times he tried, had played in only one previous tour event since gaining his card, as an approved player last faU. Tlie 6-foot-2 rookie, winner of some $75,000 in unofficial events in the last two years, had a phenomenal round. He oneputted 11 of the first 13 holes he played and had a string of six consecutive birdies at one stretch. Arnold Palmer and Lee Trevino are not competing. Pronghorns will practice The University of Lethbridge Pronghorns varsity hockey team-will hold their first practice in the new year Monday night. All team members as well as any interested full-time Students wishing to try out for the club in the second semester of school are requested to attend. The practice session will start at 7:45 at the Henderson Lake Ice Centre. INSURANCE •    LIABILITY •    BONDS •    AUTO •    FIRE ROSSITER AGENCIES LTD.    ■ Established 1911 ‘ Lower Flo«f S17 4th Av*. *. PhOlM 32T-1S41 Dick after Finley RIVIERA BEACH, Fla. (AP) — Following the hiring of Bill Virdon as manager of New York Yankees, Dick Williams says he now plans a court battle against the man who kept him getting the job.    ' Williams, who quit as manager of Oakland Athletics to accept the Yankee position, said Thursday be will take Oakland owner Charlie Finley to court. “Whether the Yankee job will become available as a result of my counter-attack against Finlay, I really can’t say. But I’m not done yet,” Williams said from his Riviera Beach home. Williams said the announcement of Virdon’s. hiring had not taken him by surprise. “I’ve known of the possibility of them hiring Bill for a few day's now,’* he said. “They couldn’t wait any longer.” Williams, who quit as Oalt-land manager after guiding them to their second straight World Series championship, said under no circumstances would he report to the Athletics spring camp next month. William’s had signed with the Yankees, but that contract was voided by outgoing American League president Joe Cronin after Finley filed a federal court suit to force Williams to honor the two remaining years on his Oakland contract. ' Williams said he could give no specifics of the suit that would be filed against Finley until he had met with his lawyers.. , “I’m out of baseball now, but not for good until my attorneys are heard from,” he said.    V Jabbar paces polls NEW YORK (AP) -Kareein Abdul-Jabbar, Milwaukee Bucks’ towering centre, led all Western Conference players in voting for the National Basketball Association All-Star Game, it was announced today by Commissioner Walter Kennedy. The 7-foot-2 Jabbar voting for the West team^ with 16.583 points out of a nilax-imum of 17 points in voting by sports writers and broadcasters in each of the league’s 17 franchise cities. Chosen to start with Jabbar were forwards Rick Barry of Golden SUte and Chet Walker of Chicago, and guards Geoff Petrie of Portland and Gail 'Goodrich of Los Angeles. Also selected to the team were centre Bob Lanier of Detroit, forward Sidney Wicks of Portland and guard Jerry West of Los Angeles. West, picked for a record 14th time, has not played since Dec, 11 because of a pulled abdominal muscle and requested that another player be named in his place. Charlie Scott of Phoenix, the next highest vote-getter at guard, was chosen to replace West. Four additional West players will be selected by the nine coaches in the conference.    . Jabbar’s selection' marked the fifth time in his five seasons in the league that he has been chosen to play in the All-Star game, which will be held Jan. 15 at Seattle. Barry, named for the fourth time, was the No. 1 vote-getter among the forwards, polling 14.203 points. DUNLOP FORD Salesman of the Month Davt 9oyd«n Mr. Lyndon Foster, General Sales Manager of Dunlop Ford, is pleased to announce that Dave Boyden IS the Dunlap Ford Salesman for the month of November. Dave is to be congratulated for his fine efforts In attaining this prestigious achievement in the sele of "Better Idea” quality new cars and trucks. Dave extends his thanks to all who helped make this achievement possible. DUNLOP I..... COH. IMI AVI. AMP M.M. DUlve SOUTH t.,    X«» ;