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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 1, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 THE I.ETHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, November 1, 1974 r, J hUhtSTS about tomorrow today regular season ends Nov. 13 and the CFL regular season concludes Nov. 3, none of their players would be eligible to be signed by NFL teams, even if they became free agents at those times. The NFL apparently took the action after new York Jets signed centre Howard Kindig last week and Dallas Cowboys signed punter Duane Carrell on Wednesday. Both had been members of the WFL's Jack- sonville team, which disband- ed recently. "We don't want to let a club load up on players from the said Rozelle. Meanwhile. Rozelle said no decision had been reached on awarding of the Seattle fran- chise. The commissioner said three from bidding for the franchise, which is scheduled to begin play in 1976, along with Tampa. The com- missioner said the decision probably would be made within the next month. The Tampa franchise was awarded Wednesday to Tom McCloskey. a Philadelphia builder and real estate devel- oper. There remained the possi- bility that two more franchises would be added for 1976, increasing league membership to 30 in six five- team divisions. The owners also voted to play the 1976 Pro Bowl game, matching all-stars from the American and National Conferences, in the Super- dome in Louisiana Monday- nignt, Jan. 26. This season's Pro Bowl game, the first under the lights, is scheduled for Jan. 20. 1975, in Miami's Orange Bowl. Rozelle said the possibility of extending the 14-game schedule next season was turnerl down. Short sport NEWBERRY WINS CARDIFF. Wales (AP) Janet Newberry of the United States took a 6-4. 6-3 quarter- final victory over Britain's Linda Mottrarn in an indoor tennis tournament Thursday. She meets Glynis Coles. British Wightman Cup star, in a semi-finals match today. Also in the semi-finals is Julie Heldman of the U.S. RAPP PICKED INDIANAPOLIS (AP) Vern Rapp. manager of In- dianapolis Indians has been voted winner of the Casey Stengel award as American Association baseball manager of the year. He has been manager of the Cincinnati Reds' farm team for six years and has won two division championships. DOPE TFST SET COLOGNE 'AFP) The Qologne Biochemical Institute will carry out a dope test on urine samples of world heavyweight champion Muhammad and George Foreman. Samples arrived Thursday from Kinshasa. Zaire, where All knocked out Foreman in 5he eighth round earlier this week to regain the rrnwn The contract between ihr borers railed for a routine for drugs Results will be ;r. the Zairese BROWN RESIGNS FOHT V.-'jRTH. Tex