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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 15, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE IFTHBRIDGE HERALD Uorday, 15, 197J Dolphins iimthcd mill perfect '17-0 record Super Bowl was far from 'Fish Fry' Alex to retire? over Sa-ichv. iht 2 in Super Bowl VII far :r.cre convincir.i! tho i-s-7. had the Natioi-.a! Fcotbal! League 5 rr.iTc'n [heir ur.y through 3r. cr IUT? season without so a .1 10 blemish t.Seir :he er.L'e'? 'op ofiVixe ar.d a becomes black belt Kings lose twice the hcs: Falorrs ir. Alberta Ju- Saturday rctht. the E.i- Rvs- Vv'ecker 'erf the Falcons n-itii f3ur gcis ETG has 47 goals m 5o Rose- Mit- chei: added ano Ken Nel- son ar.d Dale had we each. aoi Eir. rouTidirg ou: the scoring. goalie Ray MrLOTd K shots and Feier soiree :o a OT.TT The Pass Red Bri- Craig Sr-'les. Eill 1-Cidd ar.d L'a'.-e scored L-C- mher goals for -lets. Saturday Dave Boil scored three to lead Meis to a- E-3 r.c-.o-- ever the JuTdor Hockey came a: the annua! Mel; is :6 years cf aje. various c: Alberts Lethbnige. the hcst junior eompeti- while vls-itcr: had thir.cs rretty nuch theL- vsay in. '-he ranks. Li Junior action Lxals up vdth in -our K '.he seven events. Brett Jcrjtscn r.'o- the ;o potiryrls ar.d over -ate Darren Takao ar.i t'-e -ay :T Neil Fctr ever fio over Cacar-'s Lare >JcKsy. 73 Oier yjnicr -f-'js -'er.: to ei L.Tr.drrcerry iniscondiici ard 15 inrr.or ues. carr.pired iri-ji mirors anc a for Mets. who 4-J alter :he ilrs; and 6-i 40 Dar. of Lethbrldie rLOpued sr.cts ar.d gave up soi'.s Kidc, Tec Al Vasi-r.. Rey- rer ard Sr.'.es. For Lcthbr.dge. :he men Tim O'Dor.reU. wiih IID ar.d Ste-.-e Chairr.ers. wi'Ji ore. Tr.e Sugar Kings fired sho'j? at Meis' -eimincer Bill t Re-J Deer brilliar; roal- tendir.g by Mike McCollurr. led Tee Pass Red Devils to an up- tei C-I rlciory over Red Deer Rusilers Saiurday McCoiluci siopped 3: shoti. 13 in the scoreless third reriool after The Pass cper.ed period leads oi 2-; and 3-1 or. goals by ROD Ficckhar.. Le- starxier ar.d Johr Lennr.-, c poises: Hart MeclicL-.e Hat Ste'-er, Tr-'r-rra of bracket ar-i Gordrr. Graham of ever Base. Edrn'trtt'-or. tr the pound class. the ".2-r-reimr. title ir ir.te-r- a ever Miysftshima ef Jasper Flace Lloyc Tixeyisu of Le-'rt- bridge the Mo i'r.a. Leslie. cCso cf Jas- per out Mar'.c Stokes of Canadian Forces Base. The third -ember ot" the Graham tarr-ily iron VauAhali. yLtke. rock the i50-pourjj title with a "In over Tom et Phil fre Can- adian c h a p- ion. his pounds ar.d under. L-. the black belt corr.pftitt hy restL-.g Ron Po-.-.-eU oi the Universi'y w berta. Jack S-ch-xar. oi ttp- ped Dave potter c: the club m the over ioO pounds final Gi.y Sttnada. oi tre U oi A. -.von. pomes ar.d under croun hy pLTJtmg F-ay Terjya ci Va'-xhail. WOOD TRIUMPHS WTNNIPEC- CP -Tr.e Wood rink of Calrary Saturday u-'on the Can-acicn bcnsptel. vrroci. xho eo- ers the c'Jrllrr beat for the CaiEarv Herald. defence. had bar- '1'cv. through the year with a -.j record. Then, in a pair of o r.i e-f r o m-behind efforts. 0-. cudecd past Oeveland 'r- Bro'.vrs 20-14 and Pittsburgh Stwlsrs 21-17 for the AFC title. as underdogs oi -.r.yv.-.eri.1 irGra one to three they insrched into Super Bo1.'.': silently determined to , the backeround their 24-'> at the hands of Co'-vbcys m the cham- of a year ago. didn't rust push it into They ohlice- 5HITPLT CLOSE had come within fii'd goal attempt la the ' r-L-utes oi becom- the first shutout victor in ;h; Super Bowl. v.ith their 17-0 record. :h-jv :o (rne victor} Chicago Bears" twire- record for the NtL's winning streak. The of 19J4 ard 1S42 ba'.tared their way throaehi seasons to lose tre c-azmorshjp gai-es. Did Lha: make" these Dc'lphins the u'.ti- -a-e team? "It's hard for rre to other teams ct times." ?aid Miami coach Dm Sr.'ia. "No other team has ever i: ail then this, :co. I think they desen'e every- thing they've got conoir.g.'' Tre scorirt slitistics are A 23-yard Griese- tj-Hs arc Tsliley "lOuchdo'iT. ar.c a wyard r' IS to go i- secord. But that te'L- much of a stfrv. r--? it tells defence, helped by a Ireni-.' of ccrf'usion. that got the points. KICK BLOCKED Giro 42 yard field goal attempt blocked Bill Erjncase 3rd. the tilace-sicker recovered 1 -a'l and tried to pass it. he 'x- t-e har.d'.e. J o r 5 r b a k Mii.c Bass sratched it in mid-air and gal- Iccec 49 yards left rdellne the touchdo-A-n the ulLjnste tjujotiny f-tr V.'ashingtr- Suchenly, the crG'TC cf :rd the estintateii 75 rrJiliott them- selves a close e. for the onside feck. Etit it carr.e. "Th.ere loo much time left. coach George Al'en said "You yust try to kick deep, hold and bl-tck the D'ur.t." But they didn't hold therr. iztci barely a min're didn't blocs the that the Hed- 5-nns h-ack on tlteir Then, after three iricomclete -esses hy Billy Kilmer and a c-ushtng cuar.erteck sack Irit him r.arlng helplessly at the smcr-lader. Caiiforrja si--', the. Dolpruns. for 50 minutes of n-crk. were each to S5.'XO t: ytiu include the ATC playoff :hares. Tr.e National Conference chirr.pier. Recskirs each re- ceive arviut including t're S7 Super laser's check. C-riese. Diavea it ccr- ni !thc second half, finishing the scoring bomb to Paul Warfield hod double coverage so TViUcy had sinale coverage with Pat It seemed the teams would go recalled "He just _ went down and beat him. i game with eight completions on been wiped out by penalties. 11 passes for IS yards, was dynamite in the first half of his first start since the fifth game scoreless Lirough the firs, pe-, mth a of the season, when leg and j riod before Griese got Miami! that had Fischer faked oui of i ankle injuries brought moving from its own 37-yard his cleats, Twilley was well Jlorrall in ss the signal-caller. I line with three minutes to go. A clear of the Redskins' comer- In the first periods he series of rushes by Kiick and an j back when the ball arrived at went for 75 yards. And 118-yard bulle: to Warfield put j the six-yard line. Fischer recov- he would have been 8-for-S for j ihe ball on the Washington 23. j ered but his tackle came just as 11J2 yards had not a CO-yarrter to Ther. Griese looked for his i Twilley lunged into the right Msrv Fleming ar.d a 47-yard ace receiver again. "Wariield I corner of the end zone. DETROIT (API Detroit Red Wings centre Alex Del- vecchio said Saturday he is ten- tatively planning to quit the Na- tional Hockey League at tire j end nf the season. l "I think I'm going to call it quits after Ihis year." he said. "You know, you get a Ijttle tired o[ all this travelling and 22 >ears is long enough. I think, lo be playing in ihe league.'1 Delvecchio, captain of the I Wings for a dozsn years, has been considering retiring for: tlie last three seasons, but each time has been wwed back. ''I'd like to stay in the game in some capacity.1' he added.! "I'd love to stay with the Red Wings. I haven't discussed this with them. "No, I wouldn't want to coach. What with the travel and all. it would be the same as playing. Scout" I don't know. It! would depend." Delvecchio praised the efforts of coach John Wiisor. 1 think John's kopl me In an- other he said. "I think John's done a terrific job." Four rinks earn berths The Southern Alberta Firs Fighters curling playdowns were staged at the Lethbridge Curling Club Saturday. Twelve rinks from various pans of the south took part In- cluded in the total were five volunteer brigades. Four quartets qualified for berths in the provincial final in Calgary Feb. 23 and 24. Qualifying were Calgary four- somes skipced by Don Nelson ard Jack Boihwell. Ron Mun- rre of Red Deer and Reg Bush of Clsrecholm. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES EsstErn ALBERTA JUNIOR r W L T F A Ph. Svrac'.s; 1C 0 Us 3 C 10 1 Hi iJj 53 Western Canada Junior Red NATIONAL LEAGUE Eesi Dlviiicn W L T F 'i; West Divmc 20 7 i-t Eni.sfi Columbia Junior 6 '.c .1; :t j i_r_ E J G i HE LEADERS: MARCHUK A NUISANCE A''an '--.Lo acpecni to '-res lets. a co >_ a' r i- 1-9 sice r H 2 r n c So: u r a c y r: g -1 i C e n c J.f'c- Lecgje cct'cn. is in ci c: i-e re' i-c -'-r Mc'chuk 1co came r.zht the Sons v.ith E goal home ice as they picked up E back Terr-' ark- 3: the 19.-12 aix: irem r-air o: Central Aiber.a Junior er eirht seconds later, there or. the Sons' game. Hcotey Lear-e -v-lctcrles. Joever.airo firis'ed Brad Cox led -Jxe sec- r..grt the iocsl Os scorL-.s end arc thbd period aisad: t'-l.? Tr.e 5on5 assessed cznie c.r: s'.icks they ;rc' the c: 14 irjTECticrLS call- Marji. Kir.i McXouzhton ar.d In Samrday's esccur.ter. the a game -iscor.duc: Rpokf-bacx ticked ot: Sots ar.d Ajnba-sadors ba'llec :o Alia.-, 13 s'no-j :n the SC.TS' MIS :o a scoreless :Lrst period, but i_i con- Jack Walker aside 20 Lre b the the Soro scored cce u.-- .'or 'Je seoor.d. arj'-ered goal 12 tre second During the Oiree periods, the Ken the rericd ar.d rr.cre 'ji the INrisers picked up eight of the ir. the second period si to easily har.ile :he risit- 1-. mr.iT penal'jes ar.ri ?pl't I'.vo 2.44 mark and then -.vatch- ed Garr-' Craik tallv Ea Iciih. v.ho Allied Sors also 'cr.k the a over minutes later.' the Ixe Drumhcll-r c-er.- Tl-.e finally ed scrrjti t.e didn't ;o throijr. clicked a: ihe S'54 cr. a o: '-he Lhotzh players suii'ered 5-T.-.- i s _.-. c w L T F t r', -1 'l- j: _ "..I y. '-_' -y V r i S' 1 ---.'i-'r WESTERN j; j; HOCKEr ICCSES SUSDiY '.-c-'-sjt 5 .r? ?s A- 'X' "X T r? v 'i--'r-. N 5vr.d3y'5 enco-unter J or. erec an -y _--. t Maccloiiald Minion riiiks successful of Piro.-cr Creek Rolhirsn'f. vili he held i- Wlr- froni Calga.-v. "r'.iirrwm ar.! Red Def-r. area 13 'ed two r.nV-s. DO YOU GIVE UP? While bo rg cinrcd solidly the flsor, ti-o p'oca So'jrdoy one couid sc'cly be', enough lo oiler the outcome of the verdict. Action a! ihe Isilibfidgi? YMCA Judo Ir-vim-'or-ol (Rick Ervm second Rob Mainwaring of Clarcfholm end lead Dirk Mc- I-iren. M.nior.'s m.itfs include third Mike Milledec. .lolm MoriO'tch! Mne l.arwn. All oicnt curlers are I members of the ROIP. Make Tracks with SNOW CLEAT TIRES ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETE TIRE SALES i SERVICE 0> 337-U41 ;