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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 22, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta g TME tETHBRIDCE Mo-oV, January 11. 19'3 All the marbles are up for grabs agar.-.s: have George Fort- ;i.e 29-year-old champion :ro oi :i favorite over the .4- :r '-.is proiesiic1" b'-" uvrk as fV-oiT-.i six: :n a Philacelphis Border i: he has ihe f.ber :o cr.r.e The deck ar-ri keep -r-.ocke-i ou: cf :he Fra- rr.e.e OUT ro "2T- P "e1. c-" csr. i.-.nr I an. for for bill no niore Z. Ther. I, -S 300- The ililelie-ijer refuses 10 usi Rjigside rositiors up to Before i'c i." ar.c sr-pearec ar.d t: "o spec's.! es ccrf-dcEr. rJ'O 17 t EUC records. Most ctrer SPORT Whalers turn on Winnipeg Jets ro LM5S EXPECTED eAre-cte-t: i? Relaxing r Gecrcs Foreman WirephcTo National Stadium in Kinc- ia scteiiiis fam n'5 Boid to AFC Gli'PS Macari pots equalizer in debut PALLAS 'AF T-" League, rsc ever.- r.-h: a Jre ATC ntace i: Ka- UT-J-X c- chance -1' re'esa-or in the only bv votb plsy- c; Ct'v. a -.'-tT-jr'-. FrrjH Tre mstrhcs bet-.i-eerj Bir- L-.-cr. Er.fl.vtd tier- City ar.d Wolver- C.llr. Bell -r.itchec hif.rtor; Stcke r.i .t.-d Lr.d Brorr.'A'- F; and Albion and Evrrtcn were '.'r -.v'-er XFC Rei- a5 tne clincbe- tn CDnierercss. "Los; vear the NFC ;.f. tr.e 0. J. Simpson cf Buffalo Bii's. the Ear.ie'5 rr.cst valuable player. LED AFC OFFENCE Simpson, the NFL in one ".or caught tr_ree "0 J raade loos ktixia funny at times." admitted At- lants Faiconi' linebacker Tomroy Nobis oi the NTC. ''This vvas a fun garr.e. I haven't had ntar.y fur. games :n my pro career." added the vet- erar. who in. the Pro B-TJ'A'! for the first time The victory before -17.379 chilled fans in Texas Stadium gave the AFC a lead over the NTC :n the series. Sircpscn offensive line- rr.e.-i Gere of Raiders, v.'si; Sweeney of Sar Diego Chargers. Larr.- Liit'e oi Uriamj ard Winston Kill of Ne-.v Vorl-: Jets bad birr, -dde-eved tecatLse thev v.ere so fired up forjhe game. "ir.ese talked all about how they Mere goLng to Otis Taylor of Kassa; City Otiefs. csugrt a five-yard touchdoivn pass Oakland's Darkle Larronica. said there tine difference losers. "Tiie alr> siii] exists. I' no; be as intense as :bo but tbern." Taylor said "Coach Chuck of Pittsburib. 'old us the first day we were here to u-ln and tha: vas the altitude of the entire team ail -on lab. ever. has .n outbreak cf crime and i.'rs are arr.ec not stra-' far item ibeir r.O'iels at "iney don't iLke it.- because be bej; Ai." a na_ive ex- BOTII STOPPED CHUVALO All's trainer. .Anseio Diatdee. ccrceceG a sr.oc.-: ijir-.-rri-. scored by Ro -er Bv: :M mcnE 13 firr.es be- use oi snow. Secor.d Division leader Btirti- ivluch was or.e of tl-pe eaior sav-1 arssr challenger. Quwr.'s ark Rar.gers. cl'rse ;he gap to ree r.oir.ts w-lth a coa. af-v acaLv. Midc'esbmuib. League 'eader G'asgc--.v ar.cers stayed rate clear f Celtic by Kilrr.arr.ock but the club has plaved Arbroath beat the only Firs: By TEE CANADIAN PRESS N e w England Whalers, knocked out p[ Lhe World Hcxiey Associauon Eastern Di- vision lead Friday night by Winnipeg Jets, weren't about to have the results duplicated Sun- day. The Whalers romped to a 7-2 win over the Jets, who had ilieir Western Division lead shaved to eight points. Th.3 win regained New Eng- land a share of the lead with Cleveland alter the Crusaders dropped a 3-2 deci- sion at Los Aneeles to the Sharks. In the only other Sunday con- test. Houston Aeros beat Ottawa Nationals to move into second 1 plave in the west. Saturday night's scores were: Minnesota Fighting Saints 10. Quebec Les Nordiques 3: Chi- cago Cougars 6. .Alberta Oilers Houston i, Philadelphia Blan- ers Chicago meets the at Edmonton tonJEb: Min- nesota visits Ne-v York Raiders in the oniy scheduled games, ?TOP LINT Jack Kelly's checking Lne of Abeam. John Danby and Mike Hyndman tlw Jets' No. 1 scoring tno of piaver- roach Bobby Chris Bor- deleau and Norm Beaudm. .Ahearn scoreii and Danby once while Hyndman H'jll and held the high-scoring Jets' line oi: the scuresheet in [root of 6.733 Win- rjseg Tlie threesome had scored four goals Li a victor.' over Ne-.v Enclarxi in w-j-u-jpcg Fri- _john" Frenc'-. Fleau. .on 'i'i and Tt.m Chared the o'Jier Ne'.v England Gralton fn- Vv'utr.i- peg. Webster's vas bis, Tv'-d 01" the year Gerry Odro'.vsl-il. Cay iiuo and Mike Byers did the storing for the Sharks b front of 5 Los .Angeles fans, build- in r. leads of 2-0 and 3-' en Cleveland goalter.der Ron Buchar.ar.. unassisted. c-r.fi Grar: ral-Jw fcr Lhe CrLLSacers. svi'.ched to fro.Ti nccriisl sic; ard viLh his the sec5oa 25 soc- oi-is ir.'.o ihe game, I I Ottawa blow a _-0 lead before 3.735 Houston fans. Rick Cun- ningham and Tom Martin tall- ied for Die Nais in the earlv rnomenis of (he first and second periods respectively. But two goals by Don Gr'er- son by of the second period evened the count and Ted Tay- lor. Duke Harris and Gord Ls- bossiere the rout of Ottawa's goahender Gil'.es GrattoTi and lus replace- ment. Mike Blum. Gratton was forced to leave the game with ibe score 2-1 v.hen he was cl'ppeci on the b> a siick d-uring a eoalmouih scramble. ROOKIES HONORED DALLAS '.U11 Pittsburgh nmr.c-r Franco Harris ar.d Willie Grec-n Bay Packers defensive back, wei-e named as National ball League rookies oi i'ne by tb.e Football Hal! of Fame. Each received the Her- Bell Trophy during ceremonies Sunday at the P-o Eow-1 game in Texas Stadium. Hows lour Hearing? a cf :.-.e c'_-.or.-.- prericra a Forenjar ursst. -airfr -I'r :o ;o aior.g Jos Louis o- :re right." --crr'd v-'ro had reco-d y 1-js tabbed f 'rerjn as !.-.e proc-abls --_-.- ForeTna- -ircv-r; V.'eish t! 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