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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 14, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Sunday's game the ultimate Super Bowl no ordinary encounter NEW ORLEANS (AP) "Tlw ii to ulftnato-it'i not just another aavt Dal- las' coach Tom Landry. Fur tto Cowboys and Miami Dolpbini the ttekofl tor Super Vl-ar- rivea Sunday In Tulane Stadium at MST with national televistoo coverage in Canada by CBC. "You try to convince yourself that this is just one more game. You tiy to say you've got to look at it the way you took at any other says Landry. "But you just can't, no matter how much you try. Let's face it, this 1> what'i it a about Tbil IB what 26 teami were shooting for at the itart of the MM For the Dolphini, a rela lively-young squad whicb rocketed from an to (be Ahearne blows whistle again BRANDON (CP) In- ternational Ice Hockey Federa lion president John F. (Bunny Abeame has blown the whistle on another minor hockey team's attempt to tour Europe. Joe Tbomassen, a Brandon coach and alderman, said phone call Thursday ended his team's hopes of getting to Eur- ope this season. Thomassen explained that the last words Abeame shouted be- fore he Blamtned fee receiver on Tbomassen's ear were "your team will not be playing in Europe." The team a group of 10 to 13 year Ufc-iatfest Canadeian youngsters to run afoul of offlciaidon and rule complications. The stormy phone call be- tween Ahearne in London and Thomassen in Brandon may not have ended the confrontation between the two men. Thomas- sen intends to go to Europe in April on a personal trip and have the matter out face-to- face with Ahearne. "This sort of stuff can't go on when it's the children that said Thomassen. The lab) night phone call cli- YMCA ski bus every Sunday The Lethbridge YMCA Ski Club will be taking a bus to West Castle each Sunday dur- ing the remainder of the ski season. According to club offi- cials the bus will also be going to Fernie and Banff on special trips throughout the season. Club members travel tt a re- duced rate while non-members of the club are Invited as long as space on the bus is avail- able. The bus leaves each Sunday morning at r maxed a series of telegrams and hug distance calls to Eur- ope as Thomassen attempted to smooth out OK difficulties and avoid the disappointments that nave plagued otter young Ca- nadian teams this year. Earlier, Ahe-arno said he would reconsider the Brandon team's dilemma if he could re- ceive word from Poland, Swit- zerland, the Netherlands and Germany that 'Canadian! had been Invited. After more telegrams and telephone calls, Thomassen said he was assured by the Hockey Federations involved that Ahearne had received word. "Then they are bloody retorted Abeame to Tbomassen. Ahearne maintained that the Canadians were inviting them- selves and not going through proper channels. Before hanging up the phone, Ahearne told Tbomassen that he was "so very sick and weary of the whole damn thing." and be "wasn't responsible to every club'in Canada." Manitoba recreation Minister Larry DesJardms has wired Federal Health Minister Jobs' Uunroe and asked him to in- tervene in the matter. The provincial minister said Canadian teams should not have to go on "bended knees' to any "dictator." The Brandon team the little Olympics, got started last year when the Knights of Columbus bad a Small-Boy Hockey Tour- nament in Brandon. A team from Lahr, West Germany took part and issued a reciprocal in- vitation. Other matches in oth- er countries were also arranged. The boys collected bottles, de- ivered phone books, did odd- obs and got a grant from the city in order to raise the teeded for the trip, Thomassen now hopes to ar- range a tour for next fall. Lethbridge Sash and Door PRODUCTS AND SERVICES WINDSHIELDS if INSULATED SEALED PICTURE WINDOWS if PlEXIOLAS MIRRORS GLASS ALL TYPES if ALUMINUM STORE FRONTS ALUMINUM DOORS AND WINDOWS if ARISTOCRAT WOOD WINDOWS if ARISTOCRAT WOOD CUPBOARDS and CABINETS if ALUMINUM SIDING and AWNINGS if GARAGE DOORS and HARDWARE BLACKBOARDS and TACKBOARDS HARDWOOD and SOFTWOOD LUMBER if PLYWOODS LETHBRIDGE I Corner Slh 4th St. t. 327-1511 rfBERE'S A RUMOR flying around the provincial govern- 1 ment is about to allow open hunting for foi and from snow vehicles. A check late Thursday indicated there was nothing to the rumor and hunters should check with the nearest fish and wildlife office if they wish to play it legal. To the present, hunting from snow vehicles baa been allow. ed only in those instances it has been proven that coyotes or fox are killing livestock or poultry. In an effort to prevent the stickiness mat may develop in the enforcement of such a regulation, fish and wildlife offi- cers will issue permits to those who can show that the preda- tors are causing damage to livestock. Anyone caught shooting from a snow vehicle without such a permit can bet on some stiff and even an appearance in court if they are caught. Shooting from a now vehicle, or any other vehicle for that matter, Is an extremely dangerous practice and should be allowed only on rare occa- sions when there is justification. Some snow vehicle operators have applied for permits to shoot fox because they were killing pheasants. That's a no, permit. CASUAL CHECKS AND OBSERVATIONS indicate there an abundance of ring-necks, or male pheasants throughout southern Alberta. Were there too many hens shot during the open season on the females last fail? Or, have shooters become sloppy and can't hit a ring-neck any more. The observations tend to Indicate there are between three and four roosten for every hen seen and then hens aren't all that scarce. Wildlife officers and biologist will take to the fields in the near future to make a more exacting evaluation of the situa- tion. THERE HAVE BEEN SOME 22 ELK taken so far this winter in the big game zone bordering Cypress Hills Provin- cial Park in the southeast. The zone has an extended open. season es an assistance and protective measure for those farmers and ranchers wlio have haystacks in the fields adja- cent to the park. Fark personnel state that snow in and around the park' are still light and Hie big game animals are in no real trouble. There are a few hunters around on most days, but hunting conditions are anything but ideal. Majority of the ranchers who are complaining took or no measures to protect their haystacks. Some even left the hay in windrows in the fields. SO PAR THERE HAS BEEN NO EVIDENCE to indicate there have been any problems with the antefcpt. It's estimated mat one herd alone in the southeastern corner of the province totals more than 300. Many of the animals that were tagged last year have been noticed in the herds. Fish and wildlife officers and biolo- gists expect to be in the field soon to do some plotting on the tagged animals. Perhaps the most disturbing factor is that many of the animals are foraging near the VS. border! More snow, strong winds and drifting could drive them south. While other big game animals wouldn't necessarily migrate great distances should there be deeper snow and drifting, they would probably push out of the foothills and higher country to the adjacent grazing lands. WITH THE WATER IMPOUNDMENTS, the lakes are not being blown free of snow to any great extent. Continued snow covering could cause a serious depletion of oxygen in the water and winter kill, particularly among the trout popula- tions. Beauvais Lake, in Beauvais Lake Provincial Park and Chain Lakes west of Nanton have been best producers so far this winter. Granlea Reservoir south of Bow Island has been completely winter killed. It is believed the kill occurred right after freeze up. Granlea may not be stocked with fingerlings again until the water level in the stock watering project has been raised. Same applies; to Lehto's Reservoir north of Pic- ture Butte. No anglers are venturing out to Reesor Lake and Spruce Coulee in Cypress Hills Provincial Park. Snow vehicles are illegal as transportation in the park. Even four-wheel drive vehicles have trouble getting in and out. At its first meeting of 1972, the Piyami Pish and Game Association changed its name to Picture Butte Fish and Association. The new president is Joe Takabasbi; vice-presi- dent, Joe Mrak and secretary treasurer, Mrs. Asia Hage. The annual Christmas tree burning will be held tonight (Fri- day) at 7 o'clock across the street from the Dorothy Dal- gliesh School. There'll be a program and presentation of tro- phies fotoving the burning. The Lethbridge Fish and Game Association Is sponsoring a government certified hunter training course starting tonight at 7 o'clock. It's a 12-week course and will be held in the duorooms at the corner of 9th Ave. and 10th St. S. Adults registering should have a membership in the as- sociation. Students from 12 to 16 are free. Toe course covers legislation, first aid, firearms and survival Should you be unable to attend tonight's opener, registra- tion will be kept open until next Friday, same tune and place. uMmate in Just two season, K a new experience. For the Cowboys, it's just one more an other chance to shaie the not wholly-deserved image "Mowing the big Dallas, which went into in year's Super Bowl as the favor fen, lost to Baltimore Col 16-13, is the oddsmakers' pn game pick again, this time by touchdown. But Out' doesn't please Lau who says it can against the favorite. "Perhaps btirv favored eaa hurt a bit. It can make a 1 over-confident, can make tfaet let up just a bit. Miami coach Don Shul srees with Landry's ment. "They've been a great team over a number of years They're so much more exper enced man we are, "I don't pay attention to odds No team is going to lose to ytm You have to go out and They certainly should be me fa vorites." ODDS DON'T COUNT In the last three Super Bowk lie odds have had no relation to the outcome. Each time the un- derdog has come out on top. Three years ago it was New York Jets of the American Foot rail League stunning Baltimore lien in the National Footbal league, 16-7. A year later It was the AFL' Kansas City Chiefs rocking Min Vikings 23-7. And las year, in the NFL'j maugura confrontation between American and National conference cham pious, it ires the AFC Colto squeezing to victory. Sunday's clash features two :luhs with both steady and po- tentieUy-expknive offences. On defence, too, they're remarka My similar, although the odds makers say It is defence which gives Dallas the edge. At quarterback, each has a relatively young but highly po] ished performer. STAUBACH WON I For the Cowboys K's Roger itaubach, a third-year player from Navy who won the starfini role from Craig Morton in mid season and, with Landry shut ling in the plays from the sench, has taken Dallas to nine successive regular-season am jlayoff victories. For the Dolphins, it's Bob Iriese, a five-year veteran from Purdue, who calls his own ante., Andi hi each case, it's the re- spective conferences' top-rated passers who win be barking out lie signals. Staubach led the FC with completions on 126 of 11 attempts for a 59.7 percen- -age, 15 touchdowns and only four interceptions. Griese headed the AFC bit- ing on 145 of 263 passes for a 5.1 percentage and 19 touch- with nine passes picked Bach has a target for the omb. Griese will be aiming his t Paul Warfield, poly the con- erence's No. 9 receiver with 43 they amounted to 23.2-yards-a-oatch average ind 11 touchdowns, each cate- gory tops in the league. Bob Hayes is the Cowboys' long-ball threat. He made 35 re- ceptions for a 24-yard average and eight touchdowns, including NFC's longest aerial scoring ay of the year, an 85-yarder. On the ground, the Dolphins rely almost exclusively on Larry Csonka and Jim Kiick- ond they don't need much more. The Cowboys have more di- versity in the backfield. Duane mrnas, the Nb. 7 rusher in the ?C, piled up 793 yards and a teagufrhigh 11 touchdowns on 14b 1M ICTMUBM SETS FASHION PACE Hegvyweight champion Joe Frailer, left, looks over that white glovei he plant to use when he defend! hit title against Terry Daniels, right, this Saturday in New Orieant. Experts not expecting fight to last too long NEW ORLEANS (AP) leavywelght champion Joe hazier will enter many States tomes Saturday night via elevison. Most fight followers eel the visit will be a short one Talk about Frazier's sdied uled 15-round title fight with Terry Daniels Saturday nigh concerns not who will win, but nw quickly will Frazier win. The champion is such an overwhelming favbrite that Las 'egas bookmakers did not tablish a betting line. As for Frailer, the only pre- diction he will make is that pal- as Cowboys will beat Miami >olphins in Sunday's Super Bowl football game. 'I'm not taking him any ghter than any other Yazier said of Daniels. OST 3 IN 1S71 ''I'm just not a guy that's coming here to make a said Daniels who lost three of 10 ights in 1971, one of them a Mir-round knockout by Jack 'Halloran. Doug Lord, Daniels' manager, said Daniels fought 'Halloran with injured ribs. "The way Frazier comes in sooner or later he's going to get t by a hard punch unless I, on't fight at said the 25- ear-old Daniels. Both fighters rested today for re bout which is scheduled to tart at 8 p.m. MST at lie 000-seat Rlvergate Auditorium and which will be shown on a Ms-station television hookup put ogetner by Century Telesports etwork. New Orleans will be acted out. The fight will not be carried Canadian TV stations. TWs will be the firet heavy- eight championship fight on ome television since Muham- mad Ali knocked out Zora Fol- ley March Frailer received million for his last fight, his unanimous 15-round decision victory over All The 28-year-old champion Comets edge Zeniths in overtime Toe Raymond Comets went home happy as they picked up a hard-fought 58-57 over-time victory over the Magrath Zen- iths in Southern Alberta "A" Boy's Basketball League action Wednesday night. The Comets and Zentttn met Wednesday night in a make-up encounter, due to a cancellation at a prior meeting. Both clubs took part in the Calgary St. Francis Invitation- al tournament which forced the cancellation. In Wednesday night's contest, the Cornels and the Zeniths matched basket for basket throughout the four quarters of jlay and found themselves tied H-54 'after regulation time elapsed. After a three minute over- time period, the Comets finally managed to put away the one- point victory. gets for figating Dan- iels. Daniels ,who lives b Dallas and needs six hours for a bache- lor's degree from Southern Methodist, will get for his big opportunity. In three years of pro fighting Daniels has won 28, lost four and had one draw. He has scored 24 knockouts and has been knocked out twice. Frazier will be fighting for the 28th time since becoming t pro in 19G5. He won the other 27, 23 of them by knockout Hockey Stamps forced to fold CALGARY (CP) Calgary Stampeders, the victims of fi- nancial difficulties, are out of senior hockey. The Prairie Hockey League team, which recently returned from a European tour, folded Thursday following an an- nouncement from piesiuent Danny McDonald. "We are through. There's no other way out of McDonald said. "We simply have no place to play. The Corral has stipulated we pay them the owing them plus a personal guarantee for the rest of the season. Watch Far II Wolf For tt SKI SCENE SPORTS College Mall 1st January Clearance Sale 4 BIG DAYS Starting Wednesday, January 19th SKIS MOTS FASHION CLOTHES ETC. Second rally set for Sunday The Southern Alberta Rally Club hns planned another win- ter rally, the Snowdrift 100, to be run off this Sunday. Registration, with a fee of Is set for Centre Village at with the first car to leave at The route will be 93 miles and will take some 214 hours to complele. The cars will finish at 1610 B 15th Ave- nue North. Dash plnques will bo award- ed la top Unlahers. ANDY VAN DOOHN ANDY'S BARBER SHOP is Now Open! Andy would like to invite his many friends and emfomeri to viilf him In His new location at 526 6th STREET SOUTH (Witt of Halg Clinic) OPEN ALL DAY SATURDAYS PHONE 321-7215 NO APPOINTMENTS NECESSARY BERT MACS CYCLE YOUR SNOWMOBILE CENTER SKI-DOO ELAN omot MODELS TO CHOOSI FROM 1 ONLY 2 ONLY 1972 ELAN 1972 SS ELAN SKI-DOO SKI-DOO's THE LIGHTWEIGHT JUST ARRIVED ICONOMY 20 H.P. 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