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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 9, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta lueiday, Jonuary 1973 THE LETHBRIDCE HERALD Csonka dislikes hied attempt Miami's last loss was to Redskins Bowling Qanter CAPRI BOWL, ihe v.omen's bowler-of-the- week is Pat Norlin for her fine performance in Doug's sporting an average of 201. she clicked for 25S. 308 and 230 for an 807 triple, over 200 pin? over her average, and the year's high three in league play on ihe male side of the ledger, 10-year-old Merlyn Bunnage got the nod by rattling ihe pins lor a 233 and 269 and a 505 double in YBC play he also had a 326 in ihe Family Two- some tournament and has the ability to develop into a consistent performer Kathy Ludwig look over high tnple in Eagles with an 803 while Pat Xorlin's SOT in Doug's was ihe other new season high she previously led Doug's with a 780 triple. VBC bowlers have launched their four-steps-to- stardom roUoffs with some top scores in opening play The top six boys and girls in each sec- tion will move on to Medicine Hat for the south final Feb. 11. me first leg of the Canadian cham- pionship trail Pace-setters in bantam action were Karen Lud'.vig IK. Pam Yirostek 1S6. Malinda Hamilton 200. Mike" Gerla 216. Stephen Kenwood 209. Arnold Aben 2-52. Barry] Bailey 243 and Mike Tolley 205 In the junior section it was Darcy Tamayose Tom Miklc? 270. Kim Prlndle "10 and Miche'.e Maclean 230 while smonj the seniors were John 300. Cherys Obtrmeyer 307 and Linda Mai- conison 311. And speaking about rolioffs. the city singles and Canada rclloffs are billed for Capri with opening play in the session starting at P a in. this Sunday the entry deadline is Friday and some of the closest competition in years is the prospect In ieapje piay for Lhe week. Laverne Black Simpsons-Sears with a 309 while Marg Hamilton's 300 led Morning Coffee Jean Passey posted a 344 and Alice Koiibas a 301 in Martinizing whiie in Green's Shoe; ,'ean Christie was good for a 7S9 triple. Violin: 311. Erma McGuire a 7-18 and Kathy Ludwig a solid 903 Joe Hodge had a 309 and 763 in Nuilode Home; while in Sund- Guis; Construction Jen Heji turned in a 314 and 747. Frances Hsrris 2f? and May Hiebert and 739 M.isa Goshirjr.on's 754 led JCCA while in Dole's tj-.e stars were Pat Norlin SOS and 807. Dor- othy" Anderjon 743 Helen Rossetti 294 Agnes paced AGT with 291 and 74S. LOS ANGELES 'AP> The kst time Miami Dotohins lost a fooiball game it was to Wash- ington. But that doesn't mean a thing, psychologically or other- wise, savs Redskin coach George Allen. '-We used a lot of different I people then and so did they." Alleji said Monday of ihe Red skills' 27-24 pre-season triumph i against the Dolphins, who proceeded to chalk up a perfect i regular-season record in the National Football League fol- lowed by playoff victories against Cleveland Browns and Pirtsb'jrgh Steelers. The Redskins are workins out here for their first NVjlons! Football League championship gsme Sunday since 1545. They attracted some 'young fans to their hour-lorg practice Monday, then had to ran for cover when more than half the spectators, ignoring the slim security force, vaulted the ball-park fences and stormed the field, seeking auto- graphs, pictures and hand- shakes. The Rab-dni coach also sad he couldn't understand how- Washington has been installed as a slim favorite to beat the Dolphins in Super Bowl MI. "They're 16-0 and they've BO! ihe No. 1 offence and No. I de- fence in the league." he said. ''And they've 501 the three best 'vnnins backs on any one Csonka, Mercury Morris end Jim Kiick The 'Ssnns generally brushed the idea thai Miami might Weekend zeroes were plentiful MONTREAL i CP' Las'. weekend, the goalies in the Na- Ponal Hockey League went to 1 work on the league's vaijr.ted J shooters. the smoke had cleared, the netiriiii-ders had a c'.ear-cc; riKory. arr.asssg Short sport BARONS TO 'AP' Ceve- land Barons said Monday they were switching "rr.pst if sll" cf their remaining garner :o Lhe Jacksor.vilie. Flo.. Coliseum. Tr-e annour.ceTTient by Nick of the .American Hockey League team, and Jack- sonv-.Ue Mayor Hans TaEzic7 coniirTJied earlier reports that the AHL board o: had approved the for the In men's Ic3fue play, the spotlight in Green's shore on Abe Enns with "67 and SIT. John Rempe! 339 and 797. Holier 321. Bert Mezei 371 and S10. Raridy Wolstoncroit 315 and 76? and Cec Murakami 780 Tom Adams hit thr hijh in Henry Homes will; a S5o E'.'.d a 783 v.iulo in JCCA Bob Ser.da rood 310. Mr.n 323 and Mike Tobo with 293 and f. sparkling S44 triple Marion Xajda's 370 was in Eagles and John Erickson led Sen-Ice 313. The oi.tit'.es be'.or.; Chnsiie who spare.i she didn't see i: because she had rurr.eii her he.-d ;o pick up Jack HiL" spu-ud a heridpln a of the cap to Mary Toilestrjn who was well over her IS4 av- erage in Doug's with 273. 201 and 250 for a 724. Prongliorns in top spot --r i 7 c e College 1'arvLr Vellow'nom sddcc a rir-r-day solo effort. A S.--7C, crow- o: in the Sfccn.l eame o: irf th-e-: rtriods o: Lab? sha7e if-' V end v.-'- atyece Banien and BOD a eoal apiece. Mike led t Ed Slo-bcda. Tim Negrelio. s v-.'.h tour L-.rT-ul. Don his goals while Mike Homber- arrf ppr; scored a goal ger a hit-tncs. each for the Athletics, Sin-ile markers came oi: the -.-3 goinc into the final period. Cl'RLIXG CALGAT.Y CP1 I'rrpi-es will b? ifltnxi-jced to (TUTiing when playcifs begin Jan. 2 to decide the four Cai- gary to the ui Graeme converx-7 for ihe Sjuchem Alberts Cjriing .As5ooiati.T.'5 Lones. said will erjorcecJ at na-Jma'. championships this year. GRITN SENT BACK DF.TKOIT Ked. Wines have retxrec: :o F07: Vonh V.'rgs" o: the Hockey Leapie. v.-ss IT? ;o arid p'lajed b two games. t'lL KIN'GS INTi TAILOR EDMONTON iC? Edmon- ton Oil Kings o: the Hookey Mor.c.-.y aTino'-incoc the sigr-ing of Henry a ir-vea7-old richt f7 from Bo7keiy. Ciii. -.he second r.egro r.'.Tiy- C7 ir: Oi" Kirg started :-t> 50.-S07. 3ron- ens. afiiiiate 17. the BTitish Coiumtia J -j r i o r U'ag-je. ar.c -xicay's 13 scnearueo ganes. Roy E-dwanis of Detroit Red V'l'Lrrs the goalie to -irp TVTO b this srreak. both by 4-0 counts over the Nev-- Yo7k Islanders. Toe pair oi enab'ie-d the come- reminder to move irto i (or shuto'jt lead Ker! Drycea of Moritresl Cana- d er-s Mumesota's Cesare MarJago. each with four. picked up his fourth Ssrufday. wiih a 5-0 ver- over Goide-. Sfiis. Seals, fresh from ar. pasting of A'aT'Couver Ca- r'Jcks V.'ecnesday. could r.r fir-d their scoring touch dur- the weekend arid were also bv Toronto1? iHon Low .7. s >'.-s to the Masle Leafs r.5'-; T-e fk-vpn shutouts raised the .MIL total for the first K2 of the seascr, to five -.076 thar. in the same o: gomes '.as: year. Lsst "-eekerd a'so saw of the 16 ci-jbs reaching or psssing this season's halfway rame Monday but did have a 7 F.yc7 tne scoring iead- vrnen the weekend vvaj cve7. Boston Bruins' S5W richer as Lhe league's top-poLn-.-getter after 39 who has eirrnf in money for his ard po-jv.-scorL-.g exploits i- the NHL's las 51: seaso7.s. has goils and ?5 assist 107 W Lomaire o: Mon- who had league-leading coais rif 55 poinis. UTaaire earned T.VO c: coa'Jes and the as lcadej-s in the dv7's race. T.ti-y conibired to barts N S CITY DiRT LEiG'JE have a psychological edge over them, having already been in a Super Eowl v.hile it's new to Washington. all the same said w.dc- receiver Roy Jeiier- son. formulate a geine plan, work on it, then go into the game and try to execute it, that's all." .And linebacker Jack Pardee. one oi the raft of Redskins who followed Allen to Washington after the coach had teen dumped by Lo; Anseles Rams, added: no: exactly rookies. And we ve got z few guy; who've been in champiotiship was Eiliirnore. and Verlon Biggs v.hen the defensive end :h? New York Je-ts zno s couple of others. So the fact they were here las; year End v.e weren't doesn't really mean much.'7 Meanwhile CsoTika is fed up U-.L-J psro.e irymg to create a feud een Morris aDd arj Kiick. his runring _ i- the Dolphins' backfield. ic-.e each o-rher. tiey Duil for other.'1 Csonka. "They just hat? to ride Lhe bench. "To a real tootbal! player, the bench is hell. As far as I czn determine, nobody enjoys hell.'1 That's one feud down, one to gn Then there's the Boh Griese- Eari Morrpl: suckines? at quar- tet-back. v.'-Kn the icy, con- suffered a b'osted leg ir: the season's fifth game, the. 55-year-old Morrall came to the Dolphins' rescue. Ke ied i: in a row. Now. with Grieve healed. Bob L? No. I for Stmdsy's Su- per Bowl matchup against is cne of those bench-hating types, too. b'jt again the anger i- instead of per- sonal. Don Shu's i? the Tnan de- cides play and it ripped the iror.-iav.-e7l Miami coach stert to essipi to tie sidelines RECALLS DARK MOMENT ''It was because Earl is i firft-c'ass person en E-d th? fjeld." Shula said Monday. wouldn't be star.cir.g here today, preparing for the Bowl, if it were not for MoTrall. Tne darkest moment in a 1M season came Griese was crompled under a furious pass by San Diego Charger. srro-ibcvs Deacon Jones acd Ron East. "Soeine Griese. the player of the in the National Foot- ball League in 1971. laid out be- fore you is a shocking thing." Shula sa d. "Then I fumed to Earl for help. He responded, oh. how he responded." Morrall quarterbacked for ?lyj'a when were eoiploved Vy Ba'uniore Celts. I: was Mo-- 7all who was intercepted three se: 1 Ne-v York Jea !6-7 Ln a: Blair Fie'd in Long Beac7. "Matter of fact, mv lone memory is what caused Morral: tc be retained when we cut O-.TT :o 40 reciars last sun> a s'ncocy and Shula 1 Trere was some sentiment on r.-v in him, hut the o reason was that 1 on :7e field w3 game? Once again. was more -mfiexi. arid i: coid hap- Earn 3-3 draic irith Habs North Stars close MONTREAL C? Mo-day night's 3-3 League lie wirh diens proved one thing Manesoia coach Jack Gordon knew all his North Stars are is fine shspt "We've played pretty lately b'jt we reoentlv s. cotiDie of to C.ic-sco azd aid tinier like I -.vcr.- cererl i; pinr break." the Nc-.h Stars' ci-E-eh said aiter the ga3e. "I've -worried rerenLy that we mlp_: be gerdrig o'j: o: coridiiio- I vhirj-: good shape for this of the year." During the :_T: o: 's garrje. it that Mlnriasou rjc-h good coDdi i-onfesse7i his pessimism i'n: roL-.g :'j i: had kea; us s 77. e the game we were lorjgh: hut I was afraid we Rsferse Lloy; C-: werer.'r gobg ;o get '-he '.he fans i -.vhen were S-l." -r? n" ard rr. ay niEiht. Tonight ana ?'lo Kings meet the :ir York and Fcrif: vray. i! e said of missed there .d the pby- orJy seven ;07S in the hoi at I ihoagii; b: Bob -Liors. niich's mi- to K'.C'.'TrEiL goal held up through -J-.e s-eeDJc perira Frank Mah71-.-- Hcri scored hjs '.T'j-. o' 'j-e ?C2- so.i at i: nesota no: recover. But Dean Prerr.ire go: ;ha-. oze back 34 seconcs arc the North Sisrs were back ir. :he e. Ho-.vevcr. v.-hen Cou.-3Cver scored his secoixi o: the cair.e the ri-.g coal. Cri the two. thr-e ?r't much 1 could do but 1 ad have had the third one." -i-.-s- goalie said. ''I _._ _ -rre. the NHL goal srarinr. 0 :d a: the onrorrjnities he had if under i SALES PERSONNEL REQUIRED IMMEDIATELY 'o e-c1- f-cpe ar.d would lo sell Ihe No. 1 Chryi-er line of ccrs ond trucks, opply in prrscn 10: Lome Franz Sales Manager FLEMING MOTORS LTD. COR OF 7lh ST. mid 1st AVE. S. PHONE 317-159] NFL players victimized WHITE N.Y. iAP' thoi? broke co-- Oscvir Keed of Tne f'.Jto office tracts K riore rior-.-y Mtr.'iiV-.-ta Vikings, has been ir.vcs'.ig.-.ung con-.- tl-sn trey were to. He frrm a fee of plair.ts irvm six N.rioral ccsrrilvd the c.-imrlaLnti as I1 ner cent o: 2n .v> bai! and Lhe prr: of an atterr.nt by crrss .iiarjge las NTL Players' Association that a players anc ho players' b.isir. ess V-.'hite Plains firr.i u b.ror.k with arki prepare ta.x returns. tlv pir.y'ors to up rroiv.-.s it .-iptvarovi the firm to t.i niiiaw their INlll'crn TO SIGN" WL..-.IC. to rorsonal fiiw-.c-.-s An tha: iror.i >.-l.irie> tv paid to The players irxlud? Mcn-ary tiv in tv.rr, IV.phir.s. ..nd pl.-.ycrs '-y :'or t.-.e :'T o: of how firm i> M.Lr.r.gc- tcr- er.titliv. to each mont Inc., which, a s't-okcsn-i-in to the .it- acts as for ir.ore Morr-.s he wss -i NFL pl.iyors. Ht.lvrt o.' court five Tho three Do'.plin.-: tv-1.- of Irs1 I frit" aliiT.or.y pay. plained, snid ilv nttomoN'-gcn- Fuff.T'o's Spiko :io: on time. office, s-iid payr.ionis had Now Orloans Sair.t !vir.-. Hol.lcn; delin- bce.n so laic the firm and Csl.ind of liv Sleelers. I qucnoy in p.ivinj; fvir tiicy Tho to an luvs. contei'ipt o! r.ui- on t Miui-.p'iord s.iid IM-'.S or fivr; a .1 I'.lil'.r.-.o-i1 English Scotch Woollen Co. Ltd. ANNIVERSARY SPECTACULAR MADE.TO. MEASURE SUIT (sold elsewhere up to S1 25 each) Corne ;oin the ceisbrations end save. YCJ hove 2 choice of noFT frshioncbie cclors cr.d ps'terrs. Ths i'vilr.g and os olwcys, ere superb. CHARGEX English Scotch Woollen Co, Ltd. v'VV'e world s fabrics info Ccnoco i custom made firm was to Froivos; Ray of Centre Villcgs Mall IETHERIDGE Phone 32S-S021 ;