The Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 9, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta
II Landry rides with Miami to drop Vikings in Bowl HOUSTON (AP) Dallas coach torn Landry, who saw his Cowboys fail to Miami Dolphins and Minnesota Vikings, said Tuesday: "I have to ride with the Dolphins in the Super Bowl." "Basically, it's a meeting of very strong defensive the strongest in either league for not giving up said Landry who consented to do a pre-game analysis on the teams. Miami defeated Dallas 14-7 Thanksgiving Day and the Cowboys tumbled to the Vikings 27-10 in the National Football Conference title game. "Minnesota is basically a 4- 3 team with over and under shifts while Miami is basically an odd team with a 5-3 defence. Both teams play zone with little man coverage." Landry figures it will be a real test for Viking quarter- Finley ready to sell all of his franchises CHICAGO (AP) The Tribune says Charles Finley has put Oakland Athletics up for sale. The newspaper says the Minor hockey Marshal DeArmond scored a pair of goals and lifted the Raiders to a victory over the Cougars in a Bantam "B" game Tuesday night. Roland Makarenko and Rob- bie Sudiekat chipped in with a goal each while Mike Hurze and Robert Kowalski handled the scoring for the Cougars. In another contest, the Maroons squeezed past the Voyageurs 5-4. Ken Roberts led the Maroons with a two-goal out- ing while Boyd Blair, Bill Bier and Ken Roberts tallied singles. Bruce Besplug gave the Voyageurs two goals while single markers went to Danny Laronde and Terry Hamilton. The A.C.T. Bantam Reps edged the Stampeders 2-1 in a Midget game last night. Randy Syrenne and Liyo scored for the winners while Gary Kaskiw handled the scoring for the losers. Brent Bentham fired in three goals and carried the Nationals to a 7-1 win over the Comets. Glen Lewis, Dan Riedlhuber, Craig Brown and Craig Murray added singles Ron Schwartz scored for the Comets. price for the American League baseball team is million. Finley told the Tribune in an interview that he finally has acquiesced to the urgings of his doctors. "My doctor has told me to get out of all sports for physical Finley said. He said he is open to bids from "responsible parties" to purchase the club, which he moved to Oakland from Kan- sas City in 1968. The team has given him two World Series championships in a row. SEALS AMONG PLANS Finley told the Tribune he also plans to sell his hockey team, California Golden Seals of the National Hockey League, and his basketball team, Memphis Tarns of the American Basketball Association. He declined to put a price on either team. He said the NHL is "making arrangements" to purchase his Seals. Finley said he has no par- ticularApersons in mind who nrfght the Athletics, but Marjorie Everett- Vern Underwood syndicate which is currently seeking to buy San Diego Padres, is interested. Despite Finley's success with the Oakland team, it has caused him some headaches. The latest was the tiff with his manager, Dick Williams, who wanted to move to New York Yankees even though his contract with Finley still had two years to run. Williams was denied release from his contract, and the Tribune said he apparently has decided to sit out the next two seasons. back Fran Tarkenton to penetrate the Miami zone. "I have never seen Tarkenton pass better than he did against us, but it will be a difficult day for Minnesota if he doesn't play like that again. That's the key for the Vikings Landry added. Both teams impressed Landry with tough running backs but Landry said Miami is much better balanced offen- sively. The Dolphins have a powerful fullback in Larry Cspnka and they have outside quickness with Morris. Morris. "If you stretch the defence either way, one or the other will hurt you. Against Minnesota you won't be hurt as bad if you overload against Chuch Foreman." Landry rates Miami quar- terback Bob Griese equal with Tarkenton but says Griese has more weapons to use. "With Marlin Briscoe and Paul Warfield, the Dolphins have more speed. Warfield is the premier receiver in the business, Landry said. "John Gilliam of Minnesota is similar to Warfield but Miami just has a better one- two punch. "Also, Griese doesn't really have to scramble as much as Tarkenton because the Dolphins are so well-schooled in what they do. There aren't many reasons for Griese to scramble." Landry said he would rate the lines of scrimmage similar. "Both teams outblocked us but I have never seen Min- nesota play as well on the line of scrimmage as they did against Landry said. Asked if Miami, which has been to three consecutive Super Bowls, should be referred to as the new dynasty in professional football, Landry said- "If they beat Minnesota. I think you'd have to find some kind of word like that to de- scribe them. Miami is as ca- pable a team as I've seen." KLAUSE A WINNER ALPE DE SIUSI, Italy (CP) Dieter Klause and Gerhard Grimmer of East Germany took the top spots Tuesday in the 18.6-mile ski race, first, event in the 1974 World Cross Country Cup series. Klause posted a tune of one hour 28.40.8 minutes. HEY, DARLINV WOULD NDUUKET'STAttON TILL CLOSIN1 TIME MEME 'AME A NICE FlSHAN'CHIPtiUPPER AFTERWARDS? ENOUGH ALREADYY.1 Wednesday. January THE LETHMIOQE HERALD 23 Chiefs once led 5-1 but earned 5-5 tie Olympic commemorative coins sold in Japan? MONTREAL (CP) Roger Rousseau, commissioner-gen- eral of the organizing com- mittee for the 1976 Summer Games, Tuesday denied reports from Tokyo that Olympic commemorative coins are being sold in Japan "in violation of International Olympic Committee regulations." He also denied that a delegation from the.Montreal organizing committee will visit Japan early next month for further discussion of the coin sale issue. Yoshinori Suzuki, an execu- tive member of the Japanese Olympic Committee, said in Tokyo Tuesday Olympic regu- lations provide that distribu- tion of any item carrying sym- bols or words of the Olympics can be made only after it is authorized by the inter- national and local Olympic committees where the items are to be distributed. Rousseau said he did not un- derstand the sudden revival of what had been in his words "a dead issue" since early last month. "We are in fact agents of the IOC and the Japanese Olympic Committee is one of our agents in that Rousseau said. "We reached a conditional agreement with the Japanese Olympic Com- mittee for distribution of the coins Dec. 11." He said the conditional tag on the agreement stems from the fact the coin sales may be tied to other committee marketing plans in Japan. Suzuki charged that the Canadian committee did not Bowling HOLIDAY BOWL i CIVIL SERVICE Joe Amatto 273, Mel Amatto 279, Edna Todd 315, Dale Wilson 295, Cecile Komanac 272, Len Bailey 269, Abe Enns 274, Mike Prokop 276 Alice Kolibas 274 Betty Swaren 284, Guila Bunnage 274. CHEC Frank Prusak 249, Terry Prusak 226, Marilyn Dewar 276, Stan Dewar 235, Ed Frache 234, Terry Pfeiffer 241, Dave Vandervoort 252, Elaine Brown 328 (919) CPR Janice Johnson 269, Irma Oberg 243, Alma Williams 284, Pete Canan 280 Dennis Oberg 241. Ins Canan 247, Orly Cerney 243, Fil Oberg 242. Bill Howes 239 PEPSI LEAGUE Bill Peterson 242, Herman Elfring 220. Charlie Stokes 216, Jim -Malcomson 231, Karl Campa207, Bill McTighe 218, Joanne McTighe 228, Gail Malcomson 207 CJOC Frank Baceda 253, Jim Wright 264 (710) Bell Cerruti 253, John Wecels 310 Bob Fenton. 286 Shar Katanchih 255, Leon Checkryn 254, Rudy Van Ryan 311 Jock Mulgrew 259 Jim McPike 255 Geo Sturroch 261 (664) notify Japan of the sale of Canadian and coins, touching off a written protest by the Japanese last November. Japan's major department stores and jewelry shops are selling the coins in a pack- age. One package contains two coins and two coins each. Organizers of the 1976 Games expect the sale of coins, started late last year, to help finance the Games to the tune of million during the next two years. Roussau said that sale of the coins in Japan is flourishing and that Henk Hoppner, a for- mer employee of the Canadian Olympic Association, current- ly is located in Tokyo where he is responsible for coin sales throughout Asia. Rousseau said that while the committee is looking forward to reaching agreement for dis- tribution of the coins in Europe in the near future, it has become necessary to look after Canada first. The coins, which went on sale in this country early last month, were in short supply here shortly after the initial issue. Rousseau said produc- tion of the coins has been stepped up by the Canadian producer of the coins. THE CANADIAN PRESS Regina Pats moved into sec- ond place in the Western Hockey League's Eastern Division Tuesday night when Dennis Sobchuk fired three goals within five minutes to give the Pats a 7-3 win over Winnipeg Clubs. The victory gave the Pats 44 points, moving them ahead of Flin Flon Bombers who earn- ed one point with a 5-5 tie against Edmonton Oil Kings. The Pats .are one point behind the division-leading Swift Current Broncos who were idle. The Centennials rallied to an identical tie in a game against Kamloops Chiefs before fans at Calgary. At Victoria, Saskatoon Blades lost 9-7 to the Cougars before fans. At Winnipeg, Rob Tudor got two goal; for Regina with sin- gles going to Rich Uhrich and Jon Hammond. Don Dzaidyk, Russ Hall and Greg Warren were the Winnipeg marksmen. Edmonton scored three power-play goals to earn the tie before fans at Flin Flon. The Bombers took a 3-1 first-period lead on two goals by Robbie Watt and one from Brian Arnold. Harold Snepsts got Edmon- ton's first-period goal and Terry McDonald and Mike Will made it 3-3 for the Oil Kings in the first minute of the second period. Will then UNIVERSAL ENGINE REBUILDERS PARTS 312 33rd Street North Lethbridge For all your automotive mach- ining specializing in gasoline and diesel engines Complete Engines Cylinder Heads Crankshafts in stock. 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INJURED IN SHOWER NEW YORK (CP) Rookie defenceman Larry Sacharuk of New York Rangers will be out of action about two weeks with a badly lacerated hip suf- fered Tuesday when he backed into a shower stall, the National Hockey League club announced. 314 7th St. S.