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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 1HI LtTHBRlDGI HERALD Wednesday, January II, like a game of chess Lilly doesn't hate anybody NEW ORLEANS (AP) "I don't hate said big Bob LilJy, tile demon of Dal- las Doomsday Defence. "I don't see pei'sonalities out there, I see figures, like men on a chess board. "They want to come on my side of the field. My job is to see that they stay on their eide of the field." Simple, impersonal geome- try characterizes the game philosophy of this pleasant, soft-speaking giant who throws his 260 pounds of mus- cle against pro footballs' best rushing offence, that of Miami Dolphins, in Sunday's Super Bowl Lilly, a 6-foot-5 Uckle with the grace of a ballet dancer and the quickness of a jungle cat, is the Cowboy most feared by the Miami Dolphins, by their own almost unani- mous admission, in the cham- pionship spectacular. "1 rate Lilry with Alan Page of Minnesota; they're the greatest linesmen in pro foot- said Miami's coach Don Shula. The Miami players view him with such awe and re- Dolphins have come long tvay It was some start NEW ORLEANS (AP) The sun had beaten down un- mercifully on the -new Miami Dolphins as they practised in their first year of operation on the sand-strewn strip in St. Petersburg, Fla., that served as their training field. As they trolled back from the workout, perspiration dripping from every man, they angled past the pool ad- jacent to their motel. And suddenly, coach George Wil- son spun on his heels, faced bis tired troops and bellowed: "Take off your shoes." And then he ordered them all, still fully dressed, into the pool for a cool dip. It was that way in 1966, the first year of the Dolphins-in- adequate training quarters, people who mocked then- ef- Mayor Ivor Dent to present bid EDMONTON (CP) Can- ada's bid for the 1978 Common- wealth Games will be submit- ted by Mayor Ivor Dent of Ed- monton, it was announced to- day. Mr. Dent said the Canadian Games Association invited him to make the submission after Edmonton was named recently as the site for the games if Canada is selected. He will visit Munich in August. Games officials usually sub- mit the proposals. forts and a chef who delivered up a chop suey diet. But there are other things besides the stories left from the chaos of that first and one of them is Howard Twilley, the too-slow, too- small wide receiver who Regina site 1973 world curling event REGINA (CP) The 1973 world curling championship has been awarded to Regina. Announcement of the success- ful application was made today at a news conference by the event's sponsor, Air Canada. Making the announcement for the airline were H. D. Laing of Vancouver, vice president of the western region, and D. E. McLeod of Montreal, chair- man of the Silver Broom com- mittee. It will mark the fourth .time in the 14-year history of the championship that it has been leld in Canada. The last time t was held here was in 1968 in Pointe Claire. Que. Laurie Artiss, chairman of the local committee which or- ganized the city's application, said the group was "overjoyed" by the announcement. never begins the season with a job but always winds up with one. "I'm aware of the uncer- tainties and insecurities of pro Twilley said as the Dolphins continued prepara- tions for Sunday's Super Bowl against Dallas Cowboys. "I'm always run- ning scared." It was no different tins year when the 5-foot-10, 185-poun- der turned up at training camp and began to hear all the talk about Otto Stowe, the club's No. 1 draft choice. "In the past I'd always come to camp feeling I had to win a starting position but this time I felt I was No. said Twilley. "I figured I was going to have to be beat out. STOWE WAS THERE But there was Otto Stowe, and so Twilley talked to coach Don Shula. "I didn't know where I said Twilley, "and he told me what his thoughts were." Simla's thoughts were that Stowe had the job. So Twilley did what he had always done. "My Twilley ex- plained, "is that Howard Twil- ley is going to do all the things he has my- self, practise all things I can control. And then I let the chips fall where they may." When Stowe couldn't cut it, the chips fell in Twilley's lap and the passes began falling in his arms. spect that they refuse to call him by name. In referring to Dallas tackles, they say "Jethroc Pugh and that other fellow." "We don't want to make him said Larry Csonka, one-half ol Miami's formidable Butch C a s s i d y- Sundance Kid running combi- nation. "You can't run at him and you can't run away from torn; he's the quickest man I ever saw off the added the other half, Jim Kiick. Lilly is not in the tradition of pro football's defensive bone-crakers such as the late Big Daddy Llpscomb, Big Ben Davidson of Oakland Raiders and Dick Butkus of Chicago Bears. Despite his size, Lilly doesn't give the appearance of monstrous size. A full shock of copper-colored hair curls around the base of his neck. He has shoulders of a black- smith and arms that resemble wagon poles. JOKES ABOUT IT "I got them from baling hay and kicking cows where they sit he explains with amusement. Lilly scoffs at the sugges- tion he is a killer on the field. His coach, Tom Landry, says he is belter this year because he is meaner. says the powerful Texan, who is as surprised as anybody that he hasn't retired and gone into the real estate business, "but I don't feel mean. "It's hard to hate a guy that you meet on a Sunday after- noon and won't see again for a year. I never try to kill any- body. I see chances where I can tear up a knee or plaster a face, but I don't take advan- tage of it. "It's sort of a game. I iike to try to figure out what they tlrak my weakness Is and then fool them. "I'm 32 years old. I've been playing 11 years. I thought I'd be tired of it by this time. But I'm having more fun and feel- ing better than ever in my life. Wootw Department Stores JANUARY SKI CLOSE-OUT Compare These Prices Limited Quantities Buy Now and Save! ADULT SKIS Choose from laminated wood or fibrefllass skis complete with Thunder step-in bindings Sizes 175 CM or 205 CM. l CHILDREN'S SKI OUTFITS Includes skis, bindings and poles in plastic carrying case. Sizes 3' 6" to 6'. SPECIAL ADULT SKI BOOTS Choose from Davos, Arlberg, Aspen and Dolomite. 5 buckle leather boots in Ladies' and TONI SAILOR Clearance of 210 CM and 215 CM Fantastic savings on top quality SKI GLASSES Guy Perillanl- champion model. Rubber boot for beginners. In children's and adult sizes. SPECIAL SPECIAL PAIR SKI SOCKS Wigwam warm thermal ski socks. Stretchy in sizes 7 1O 9 ond 9 to 11, SPECIAL 1'" PAIR COLLINS SAFETY SKI STRAPS TYROLIA BOOT KEEPER The easy way of storing or carrying ski boots. SPECIAL PAIR Open Dally 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. la 9 p.m. College Shopping Mall 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive ANDY CAPP THERE'S TOO MUCH .OF MY 'ARD EARNED MONEY CAN Off THAT COAT OFF, MATE. Canadian ball won't change MIAMI (OP) At least for the next year, Canadian football Is going to continue to look like Canadian football. Two proposals by Hamilton Tiger-Cats of the Eastern Con- would have given the Canadian game more the appearance of the United States voted down by the rules committee of the Canadian Football League, gathered in annual meeting. The Tiger-Cats wanted four downs instead of the present three and for teams to have the option of passing or running for a two-point conversion. At present, a touchdown may be converted oily by place-kicking. Both suggestions were de- feated without much argument. A proposal by British Colum- bia Lions of the Western Confer- limited blocking on punt defeated with spirited discussion. There was not much support for a Toronto Argonauts pro- posal. The EFC club wanted a bump-and-run provision written into the rules to allow defenders to make contact with eligible receivers before the ball left the passer's hand. Bowling scores CAPRI BOWL A.G.T. MIXED Ev Hunt 234, Carole Sachkiw 330, Kllhy Plirzchili 230, Phylls Lewickl Elaine Anderson 221, Flean- or Dorigalll 296 Roy Vaykovleh 222, Mike Tolley 220, Dennis Balais Frank Tultle YBC JRS AND SRS Baden Pilling 255 (7081, Lori Palm- archuJc 235, Carolyn Passey 2IP, Bob Tlnordl la, Leslie Klllins 271 (69O, Tom Passey 243, Nadlne Kovacs 270 Darren Lagler 2i2, Darcy Tam- yose 220, Lori Smeed 222. BANTAM GIRLS Barbara Tolh 17J, Debbie Anderson 201, Lori Chefci 160, Sandra Hamilton Kathy Smyke 206, Bev Salmon 2Z9, Jennifer Mabin 191, Valerie Mc- Donald 159, Linda Malcomson 245 YBC BANTAM BOYS Merty Shigehlro 190, Kim Tlnordl 190, Robert Rapuano Greg Mann 187, Kirk Spence 186, Harvie Pocza 194, Allan Sepnerls 199, Gordon Bes- seling 203, Randall Bird 195, Mark scMrun 201, Rodney Malchow 206, Brenl Klllins 223. CPR SOCIAL Bob Anderson 233, J. Hatchet! )-'0, Frank Waugh 231, Lens Moore 117, Bunny Maloney Elilne Sinclair 230, John Morris 230, Janice Johnson 231, Rollle Howes 274, Bill Gorzllza 332 Fay Lowther 321, Shirley Alexander 245. FRIDAY SCHOOLS Stephen Kenwood 241, Greg Smlln 190, Cindy Pedrlnl 1BO, Michele Mac- Lean 238, Tom Miklos 232, Ron Gret- zlngcr 274, Kane Pedrlnl 198, Michael GerlB 246. But the meeting, held nuaily in conjunction with the American Football C o a c h e s' convention, was not entirely ne- gative, From now on, a new rule says, it is compulsory for a player to wear his helmet when the ball is put in play. Last Labor Day in Hamilton, Bobby Taylor look off his helmet as he trotted toward the sideline and set up a sleeper play. The rules committee has re- moved restrictions on communi- cation between coach and play- ers on the field, making it legal for (he coach to send in which they had been doing any- way. A rule that came in last year was modified this year. Under the old rule, a kicked ball which hit the goalpost was dead if it bounced back onto the field of play, but alive, if it plunked into the end zone. Now, it's dead no matter how the ball in the case of a field goal scored under such circumstances. And the committee removed from the rule book the law that said, each end zone must have diagonal lines, spaced two feet apart. 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