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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 30, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Tueldoy, Jonuary 30, 1973 THE IETHBRIDSE HERAlD _ 9 Should hate won Super Bo id car Scott feels Manny robbed V r i' .V Like oW ffrnes Derek Sanderson, righr, who jumped the Ecsron Eruins for a fat contract with Philadelphia Blazers of the World Hcckey Association last summer, greets Bruins' NEW YORK f AP) Jake Ecott of Mjami Dolphins came to town Monday to pick up his S4 500 sports car as the most valuable pleyer of the Super Bcnv] and said he v.-as having duplicate keys made for team- mate Manny Fernandez. "If the team had voted on this award, Manny would have got it going the safety man for the National Football League champions said. "I vould hare voted for him my- self. "He played one bell of c game. He 11 individual tackles and six assists. He was over the field. He beat the tar out of the Redskins. a team with no jeal- e-Jiies. Massy and I kid a lot about who should have v.'on the ear. I'm not pving the ccr back, but I loid Manny I was sencbg him a set of duplicate keys.'1 Scolt. who played for Mon- treal Alouertes 2Ed British Co- lumbia Linns of the Canadian Football League, intercepted two Washington prsses and ran one back 55 yards in the Dolphins' 14-7 victory over the Redskins at IK Angeles lj days ago. He was chosen over Fernan- dez, a 150-pound defer.5i-.-e End quarterback Bob Griese. to receive the car tradi- given u> ibe game's outstanding player. Sccni vsj chosen not by a poll of the press box as "has been '.he case in the past but by arbitrary selection af- ler Scou. a modish, South Carolinian living in Ai- lanta, said when he received the azure blue automobile: "I'm happ% lo win the car li-jt I fell sorry for Manny. He hat! a crest year but he picked on any of the all-star leans and 'to was left out of the Pro Bo-sl. Tnen cEjne this. He's really had rard luck." Scott, TOO quit the Univer- sity of Georgia after his junior year to play ir. the Canadian league and who was a seven- th round draft choice of the Dolphins in 1970. said he wasn't warned about Lbe Dol- phins' getting complacent ov- er their unprecedented 17- game winning streak. "Coach Saula won't let it hnppen.'1 he sdded. referring lo head ccsrt Don Shuls. "He's the sort of guy who faces reality A few injur- ies and a bad break and you've hsd There's in footbaH 'or the word Oilers can't iind any lakers Wheeling, dealing under way Phil Esposito af Boston Garden Monday. Suna'ersrn, his lawyer, and Harry Sinden niEt regarding Ssr.dsrscn.'s possible return to the Bruins. (AP Wirephoto) Reay sees encounter as oaltenders duel ing against Lhe Russian national team, is Johnson's boc-s. Johnson said "Ratelle isn't a NEW YORK CCP1 Coach i Sabre had jumped Team Can- Billy Reay. the West leider. j ada in Moscow last fall. fees the 26th ar-r.t'.a! National; Harry Sinden. who coached Hockey League .Ail-Star j Team Canada in its 4-3-1 show-j tad and his piciTwas tonight as a barbie between goalies. But Tom Johnson, cocch of. the East tear.i. figures he has the scoring po-.ve: couid make difference, a: Ices; on "The name of the gan-.e good goalterdins." Roay said Local judo clubs 01 the eve of The Vniversirv of Lethbridae to l plaj ed New York -'i. Judo Cub ard'the Lethbridge strictly a matter cf itidgmert. After the hockey writers picked ine first and seWLd teams each division, ths cosches named the ren-iaining eight players on each side. Johnson admits it's a tough decision trying to pick be best NEW YORK CAP) Tne' Thanks '.o the wholesale trad- Ensland Pa-' Dnii.s. Washington Deling bloc got warmed up as irg thai can send players and triots. Euffa'o Chicaeo Kansas Cif-' Chiefs. New Yon: teams juggled choice players picks swirling the Bears and Cievelard GiEms.. Atlanta Faicons. Lc- for player choices on the eve of league like confetti, seven v.ili have two first-round picks: Aneeles Rams New Oi the National Football League's r t e a m Bal'Jmore. end seven annual crystal-ball gazing, the j------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ eoUegfate draft. j But Houston Oilers, whose! horrendous 1-13 record in the j 1172 season brought them to- day's top pick, were having the seme luck with the rest of the 26 reams off the field as they'd baa on it. Despite alj efforts Team Canada cleared TORONTO a few "ixidbr'i goals" in games. He has playod in five previous con- tests and allowed seven goals in periods. illeniurc. v ;-o has stavted only two gnmes for the Rangers tliis month, is in Uie goals- 'isi column. He has 1'HIL f.OVETTE .lufl rnnldn'l gel the York Islsfldrrs fcing so was re- placed by Ingarfield. Kings home to Canucks at 8 p.m. Red iVer m iiome Ik-ckoy isasirous road trip t.i on the weekend, are nn Aliiena o'clock a'. Ikr- allowed a goal in Ihroe periods of all-star action covering two, Cinucks are currently in a games. ;o- first place in the Tony Esposiio has allowed wiin Red Di-.T only two goals in 41: all-star pc- a-'d will ho 'o.iking for a win. riods. on r-ther hmd. will N'achon. in his first all-star be Iodine for just their seventh gime. is .i.Co for [lie Kj'.gs. in of :h-.- yo.ir. The Colts busiest in (he meet that always pre- cedes the draft. They sent de- fensive lineman Billy Newsomfi and a fourth-round choice to New Orleans for the Saints' No. 1 one right behind the I Oilers'. And the Colls also picked up "uiKiisc'iosed draf: choices" from Philadelphia Eagles in exchange for running back Norm Bulaich. NO. 1 STILL IN AIR Then the Saints turned around and picked up second-and tbird- .icund picks frcm New York Jets in trade for defensive e-nd Richard Neal and cornerback Dells Howell. Saddled, as it were, with the decisjon on which player to go for among the prospects, the question was whether the Oilers would fo for quarterback Ben Jones or bypass, the superb strocg-arm from Louisiana State in favor of one of the bebemo'.hs as defensive i linemen. i If Houston does look beyond Jones, it's a good bet the Colts 1 "If Bert JOHK is still sitting there wren i: ccntes time for us 10 said ger.- erai manager Joe TiiomVs. "the odds are thai we'd have lo take him." I He'd as Many Domres.' j backup man now that Johnny UniUs is a San Diego Charger. likely the Oilers will stick with Dan Pastorini and Lytin and choose instead from either mammoih Dave Euiz. Purdue's 6-foot-T. 29C-pounder. or CTjV-pxir-d of to apcho? defensive lire. NO RVSH ON RODGER5 There ar? also of offen- sive giants to pick from, among Texas" Jerry Siseinore. A'...bump's .loin-. Hannah and M'.Aif.-n's Se.vmour. Tv.o standouts front Nebraska may stand arour.d for a Trophy wh- ner Joi'.nr.y Rogers and iniod'.o Ricli wimvv oi Outlsnd and Lomtardi Rodgers. the L'.S. college game's most dazzling speedster, weighs in at just 170 pounds, Cilover. at ;si. is consid- ered some to be too small for the defence line in the pros. in'.ror je.ague coacnes. furd Itockey s-d'iis to youngsters and source of revenue D: I'tc saie o: teierisic-n rights in versity hockey. Canada and the Unite-d States. Team Caradj. r.sde o! v-iih major expenses, involving NHL professionals, de'es'.eri travel, accommodation, equip- Russia with ODP tie i- tbe men; costs and Team Canada eishi-Eam? series. Four Battle? sf.iaiies. were played LT Canada and fou- A lews release said Hockey in MOSC-DW. Tne tesm played Amateur and Lbe CAHA will de- Sweden trice h vote their portion of the pro-' wtiflng once arc The remaining will go ceeds to irifeasifjTng to s tie o the National Hockey League prograins in the Lnrjuclica of in Prague. You're Invited to L.C.I. CLIPPER QUEENS THIRD ANNUAL GIRLS' INVITATIONAL BASKETBALL TOURNEY Commences 4 p.m. Friday, Feb. 2nd., ond continues till 11 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 3rd. GRANDE PRAIRIE C INVERMERE, B.C. STRATHCONA (EDMONTON) MOUNT IAKCR (CRANBROOK) CATHOUC CENTRAL (LtTH.) t.C.I. [iFTNBRIDCEi ST. FRANCIS (CAIG.4RV) XAVIER ;EDMONTONi CHAMPIONSHIP CONTENDERS Tickets avciilnblc at Ihe L.C.I. HELD OVER BY POPULAR PUBLIC DEMAND OUR SALE IS BEING HELD OVER EFFECTIVE THROUGH SATURDAY, FEB. 3rd English Scotch Woollen Co. Ltd. ANNIVERSARY SPECTACULAR MADE.TO. MEASURE SUIT FOR elsewhere up le S115 Come join the celebrations ond save. You have a choice or ths jnost fashionable colcii ond The styling and fit, as always, are superb. CHARGEX English Scotch Woollen Co. Ltd, English en (OUSIIDU3 "We turn the finesf fabrics info Canada s finest custom made suits" Centre Village Mall LETHSRIDC-E Phone 328-8021 Oprn Thurs. and Fri, until 9 p m. ;