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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 16, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Some MI v it's appearing in the Super Boid after losing once at is lovelier second time around? ;Init; nu.t.T >-k 1'inir1; Service u L i: S It's iv.o Lnesvap- Lstcrl.-V-tr.-l 5-jpeV the jltr. Rrffkij. 14 cd ai! the way, yielded a freakish touchdown late in ac- t'on and practically yawned their way through to com- plete a perfect season of 17 and 0. For coach Don Shula it was particularly precious because he had been on the wrong end twice, once with Baltimore and last year with Mismi. That second time around even be worthy cf a psychological study. a team makes its debut in [he Super Bowl, everyone says, We made it." Ar. ob- icctive has been sttai.-.ed. the essential objec- tive, a super victory. Eu: the losers readjust their sights Br.d shoot for (he moon, [he and victory. Thus far every one cf them has achiev- ed Once the Dolphins entered the s-.vim with slick tcuich- Li the iir-t quar- ter arid tacked on another late i" the second quarier. the svore barely ar-'e to Eft oc; a glt'b. Tr.ey made rot ore penetration 'of any cor-sec'jence in the entire first halt, had one abortive at- tempt in the third quarter and had to believe that nothing ever would work (or them. Here's a sample. In the final period the Redskins en- gineered their most noble ef- fort of the ball game, driving down to the Dolphins' 10. Then a strange thing hap- pened, something that had his- torians blinking their eyes in amazement. Jerry Smith broke clear in the end zone and Bill Kilmer fired a pass right at him. But the ball hit the upright. It was no dice. On ihe nest play the Dolphins intercepted to avert the threat. But what made trusty his- torians do a mental flip-flop was a recollection of a costly similar play in the IMS cham- pionship playoff, the last one in which the Redskins were involved. Backed into hi? end rone, the e Sammy Baugh threw an es- cape pass. It also hit tbe up- right and bounced tack through the end rare Accord- ing to the rules then in ef- fect, it WHS a safery. It also mean: the difference between victory and defeat because the Rodskins lost 15 lo 1-1. However, nothing much would have saved the Red- skins Sunday, When they scored, they did it on a freak- ish play that is even a litile fuzzy to eye-nitnesses and may not be clear in every- one's mind until the official mories are premiered. Yep- remian, the left-footed Cynri- o: who manufactures ties' and goals, attempted a K- yarder. BiU Brundige blocked i: and the ball bounced off io the right. HOT PURSUIT !n hot pursuit was the hesded little kicker who is supposed to shun all active combat. He violated all union rules. Instead of following the precepts found in the kickers' handbook, he went for the ball. Since he is far more vjDd to inching 11 with his foot than with his hands, he juggled that hot po'.oio while fire-eating Redskin monsters bore on him. It locked as 1: he >sere trying to throw forward al! Whatever it was. it wss ruled a fumble. Redxkini arrival much smaller LOSER'S LAST WORDS C-- fans greet their heroes c.r. i v, z re Dawns capture fourth roaul Merec'rs....... craws Larks e verier, their rec- ice Pir.ure Queer.5. 1- V. lie'Larks Eiain'e it Haves pleads not guilty PASADENA. Calif. Woccy HSVEE Ohio State vereity waen-. p.eacec rot gdlry Monday to a cercearor charge of battery filed an altercation v.-li a The cLarae tiled af-er ar. an.- 1 hcicen: the Ne'- Year's' me Day ?.r-se same here ir. boys' tographer R.-eers iirz 1 face. ec ce-i "3 '.'hen ozly a SHULA WEARS THE LOOK OF VICTORY Micrri Dclpi-ir-s reed Schuia s O'j' v'ivi a rosr jest ci ihe find gun jounded Sfna'cy 13 h's Cc'e'-ins a M.-7 per win over Woihingtcn Rsa'skins. Snuio loss iwlcs cs a heed Minor hockey roundup Tr_-ce zoals by Billy Orr to an easy 6-2 verdict over ihe -._" rave the Flyers an easy 7-1 Blades. tor.- over the Beavers in Pee Billy Anderson. Garry De- or, the weekend. Groot, Russell TiimbtUI snd .'..'a.-.-: D-jmort chipped in with Ke--ia Miller added so'o efforts '_ a seals whiie Grsig Tva while Don Larson and VValt a.-i Eober, Fl-.T.a added sing- Dyci scored a goal each far uK Blades. i Ve-, repjed for Ted Slusar. Beavers r. Ra-.-ly Wal- n U-.-; ard B_l Lar-' jr: Dave Zarooben and Dave Sv_-.- q--_ the over the iotems. Mark McKmnon snd Jim Riedlbulher aicec "1th solo ef- nrts -Ai-.ilc John Czurka and Parecteau managed a gosl each, in a losing cause. Er-j-e EespluB. Danny La- rends and Greg "McCully scored obsoo added singles a goal apiece and ied the Tigers In exhibition action, the to a siim 3-2 victory over the Whips (ought to a 3-3 tie with P--.X.S. the 'Cardston Pee Wees. Gerald Saccardo over the Hornets. Rob Henderson taiiled lone Hornet marker. In Bantam "A'1 play, John Fraser scored two coals and sparked tbe Marlacds to a 4-0 i shutout over the Yoyageurs. Frank KogJer and John JEC- and Mark tallied for the losers. In Bantam B" action. Brad R-.oton registered his first shut- out of the season as he helped the blank the Kings lA Charles-Axcth. Jern- Se'.oguchi. Wesley Findlay and i Ke'. in Dragland supplied the of- punch K-ith a goal each. Craig Robinscn'5 two goals propel.ed the Bruins to a 3-1 win over the Rangers. Brad Lowe added solo rr.irker while Michael replied for the Rangers. Barry Buryan notched a first goal and carried the Skip Jack King led hi-' Ramblers to a 1-0 decision over j to a second place finish in ihe the Ergles. Alberta Construction Associa- Cr.ns Lengyel. Brad Ai- worthy and Russel Derkrcn scored for the Vnips. Ln Kainai, the Lethbridge ColL5 dropped their hosts 14-3 behind Dave Jackson's three- goal performance. Oiff Miyashiro and Michel Durnont added two goals apiece whiie singles came off the sticks of Cam MacLer.nen, King rink places second e r. c i u t e r. the Sti-peders edcec the hcs: FLI- ic.-ic: 5-5. ana" e Campbell carped in SL-J- U-ris i-d Otis Kan- ierd f-is ar.d Tale T-.-e Eljes picked up a sr.d 2 IGS; :_-. t-.vo aic'r.cs n For: Jficlecd. the Ca-'5- dier.s b-'. a loss storr-ed ar.d he watchrd his mates score three tirre.- as the Marlircs car ;e up a 3-0 victcry n Ear.tam A ac- tlc" Jihn in the pe- riod and V.-ce Pc-thertrtcce ar. Allan Ccr-nerls ir. the sec- Trent Auch tallied two goals and led the Monarchs to a 3-3 victory over the Bruins. Teamrnala Calvin Boeltcher CROWDED CREASE B.C. T-so 'IL-.IJ.-, :.-o- po'--; c- lion Bonspiel held in Red Deer or. the weekend. The King rink which Included third Charlie Morris, second chipped in a single while Ross I Art Atkinson and lead Gordon Mitchell and Crnit; Robinson Davidson concluded play 2-1 points while the winnins Flrl- montnn crew mustered un 23': scored in n losinc cause. Bob Schleplc in tro i goals acd paced the Cougars J points. with a in .lohr.! ar.d P-cky rcp'tc-d for th.G Seals. In Midcet play. Shar.e Kir- sche. David Lintor. ar.d John'.ied a coal apiece ar.d led tl-.c Lakers in a 3-1 ci'ion over ihr North S'jre. r.ur.ace.1 a goo; ;ur tie Stii's. Mike Bass plunked the ball out of the air and raced down- field for the goal line. .Miami defenders vrere totally out of position. The only one in the neighborhood was Yepremi- an, the noncombatant. He vi- olated (lie union cede again. He tried to make a tackle. He missed, and the Red- skins' eornerback streaked down the sideline for a touch- doivn. Thus did the Redskins fin. ally get into the swim, far IPO late for it to help them much. By the time the re- searchers had completed all their chores they were able to offer the observation that the touchdowns were scored by two Dolphins and one Bass. It could be from a script plucked out of an old Lloyd Bridges under water scries. The crowd in the cavernous Coliseum, a mere for a record, was unashamedly in favor of the Bedskins be- cause coach George Allen and 50 many of his elderly Over the Hill Gang had once been Los Angeles Rams. Seated in the stands, however, were most of the owners and coaches of the National Foot- ball League. They definitely were not rooting for Allen, the low man on their hit par- ade. When it all was over, Allen was saying something that most first time coaches in the Super Bowl said in the past. It was: "We all probably learned something." He told his team that be back.1' Maybe so. But that second time around magic isn't guaranteed to work even though it has thus far. It is even less likely to work if the Redskins make it to the Super Bowl nest year and find the Miami Dolphins across the scrimmage line again, A year ago the Dallas Cow- boys won and experts were muttering about a dynasty being created. The Dallas dynasty was short-lived. If we have just seen the creation of a Miana dynasty, the expec- taiions is that n wii] endure E lot longer. ON WE3h- i5. ir. the to :h2 to the SPORT _. Frazier, Foreman putting it oil? KINGSTON'. Jamaica API j Challenger George Foreman; I snd champion Joe Fraiier ex-1 j chacged angry words Monday i as both boiers underwent physi-' i cal ptaminatinrn one weei be- fore their world heavyweieht I title fight Frarier stripped off his and invited Foreman to fight Mm on the spot, ''I have bees nice lo you and have been saving nice things Ebout you and I have heard that you are talking Eboir. knocking rce out.'1 said the champion "I am going to give it to you, George, on Monday night." ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES 'WESTERN CiS w t- T A Pti. EattE -.1 10 CiiilP !J C-- i: a c NATIONAL LEiGUE Eist D'vujcn W L T F A pn. 73 i" i I; i "j '3 7 Tracks with SNOW CLEAT WINTER W TIRES ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETE TIRE SALES SERVICE o- or 117-M4S ;