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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Sunday decides east situation Saturday, Nov.mber 4, 1972 THI IETHBRIDGE HEUAlb 13 By THE CANADIAN PRESS The blurred Eastern Football Conference picture will come Into focus this weekend, but not before late Sunday afternoon- and a Western team could help do the clearing. But whatever happens today when Ottawa Kough Riders en- tertain Winnipeg Blue Bomb- ers it still will take the result of Sunday's Toronto Argonaut- Hamilton Tiger-Cat contest to sort out the Eastern standings. And no matter the outcome of Sunday's game at Hamilton, the team making the third and final playoff berth in the East will have the worst record in league history to gain a post- season spot. The Rough Rilers need a win over Winnipeg, which already has nailed down the Western Conference championship, to hold any hope of finishing atop the EFC standings. QUALITY DRY CLEANING BY THE LOAD t-lbi. (Normal PRE-SPOTTED AFTER-SPOTTED By Our Attendant PARKSIDE COIN-OP LAUNDRY DRY CLEAN Optn Daily at 8 a.m. 2654 South Porkside Drive Phone 327-0811 Ottawa and Hamilton have entical 10-3 records heading to the weekend showdowns, ut all three Kough Riders set- acks have been to the Ticats ho carry a nine-game win reak into the game with To- onto and are rated heavy fa- orites to maintain that mo- icntum. The Ottawa-Winnipeg game be carried nationally on CBC television network tarting at 2 p.m. EST. The amilton-Toronto contest will e seen in Eastern Canada on he CTV network, also at p.m. A Winnipeg victory today ould be a moral victory for re Ticats who would clinch rst in the East on the basis of heir three wins during the sea- on over Ottawa. But Hamilton's rookie coach erry Williams, aimed during vorkouts this week at an Ot awa victory "and I'm con dent they will win agains Winnipeg." "They (Ottawa) have a situ tion where they face a team tiat does not have to win while we're facing a team (Argos hat has to win." An Argo win Sunday woul eave that team with a 4-10 sea on's mark, identical to Mon real Alouettes who alreadj lave concluded their season' day. A Toronto win, however vould nail down third place i he east on the strength of a 2- edge in games with Montrea luring the schedule. The only other learn to mak he playoffs in EFC histor) with only four wins was th 962 Alouettes who had a 4-7- mark and 11 points. With weekend games mean big nothing to the Westen Football Conference order o inish, individual players wi1 ie eyeing a place in the recon look. Placckicker Dave Cutler o Edmonton Eskimos las wrapped up the scorin, race with 122 points. So, whe lis team meets Calgarj Stampeders In Edmonton Sun day, he will be trying to pad lis 24-point lead over Cal- vary's Larry Robinson. With British Columbia Lions out to please a hometown crowd by defeating Saskatche- wan Roughriders today, their veteran receiver Jim Young will be hoping to catch the pass-reception leaders. Young has grabbed 59 while Gerry Shaw of Calgary has 61 and 'Jim Thorpe of Winnipeg Blue Bombers 65. Young has the most yards, Even if Mack Herron docs not play for Winnipeg against Ottawa Roughriders of the Eastern Conference today, he should take the rushing title. He has yards compared with for George Reed of Saskatchewan. Don Jonas of Winnipeg lias the most active passing arm with 238 completions in 416 at- ieiivpts while Ron Lancaster of Saskatchewan has 194 com- pletions on 329 tries. REFEREE GETS INTO ACT The Harlem Clowns al- ways find time to get.the referee into the act. The Clowns will be in Coaldale Monday evening at eight o clock lo meet the Kale Andrews Grads whileT hursday evening they will entertain in Magrath against the Zeniths, also at eight. Season just half over Brown seeks yard mark By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS One division lead will be set- led in National Football jeague action this weekend and some others might easily jhange hands while Larry irown, Washington Redskins' wwerhouse runner, hopes to hit he rushing mark in Sunday's action. Cincinnati Bengals and Pitts- burgh Steelers, tied with 5-2 records in the American Foot- jail Conference's Central Divi- sion, will settle the matter of eadership there. First-place Oakland Raiders and runner-up Kansas City Chiefs, separated by a half- game, will battle for the AFC's Western Division lead. Atlanta Falcons, a half-game behind Los Angeles In the Na- jonal Football Conference's Western Division, visit the Rams in mother showdown struggle. The NFC's Central Division tie between Detroit Llohs and Green Bay Packers should also be on separate fields. The Lions play Chicago Bears while the Packers meet San Francisco '49ers. Brown, meanwhile, leads the Redskins against New York Jets in an inter-conference battle that will make rever- beratipns in the Eastern Divi- sions 'of both conferences. Brown, who has an NFL-lead- ing 841 yards, will attempt to lelp his team remain atop the MFC East, one game over Dal- las Cowboys. The Jets are two games be- hind Miami Dolphins in the AFC East. The Dolphins, unde- feated in seven games, figure to make it eight in a row over the hapless Buffalo Bills .VOLVO. Applicants Required for Experienced Mechanic at New VOLVO Firm Lethbridge Preference will be given to young married man willing to learn to service fuel injection engines. These motors are a breeze to service you don't reolly hove to be able to swear in Swedish. Address written replies to Box 45, Herald In the other games, Dallas visits San Diego Chargers, New York Giants play host to Den- ver Broncos, New Orleans Saints meet Minnesota Vikings, Houston Oilers take on Cleve- land Browns and Philadelphia Eagles entertain St. Louis Car- dinals. SUPERINTENDENT OF UTILITIES MAJOR CHEMICAL PLANT requires SUPERINTENDENT OF UTILITIES AND INSPECTION Challenging position with responsibility for all utilities and metals inspection, including operation of utilities plant; tulphuric acid plant; extensive water treatment and ultra-sonic metals inspection service. The successful applicant must have a valid Alberta First Class Steam Engineer's certificate and several yean' experience. Salary commensurate with quali- fications and experience. Send resume to: PERSONNEL MANAGER NORTHWEST NITRO-CHEMICALS LTD., BOX 310, MEDICINE HAT, ALBERTA, T1A 7G1 sports menu TONIGHT Alberta Junior Hockey League. Lethbridge Sugar Kings vs Red Deer Rustlers. Henderson Ice Centre Tri University Classic. Los- ers of Friday meet at 7 p.m. Winners of Friday meet at 9 p.m. Both games at the U of L gymnasium. SUNDAY Alberta Junior Hockey League. Lethbridge Sugar Kings vs Drumheller Falcons. Henderson Ice Centre 7 p.m. Binding lops fencing final Harold Binding and Miss Heather Albriton shared top honors in the recent Lelhbtidge Fencing Club finals. Binding, who has been fenc- ing just two years, won all three categories. His speed took him past all competitors in foil and sabre competitions as well as open. The women's foil honors went to Miss Albriton. Miss Albriton and Binding will now be eligible to lake part in the Alberta fnecing fin- als and Lellibrirlge coach Dr. n. del Vallc feels Binding is a strong candidate for sabre hon- ors. Tell us... We need your opinion in writing before Dscembor 1, 1972. How do you think we can best: 1) encourage greater participation by Albertans in ownership and control of Alberta Industries 2) provide incentives for Albertans and Canadians to invest In equity ownership of companies operating in Albprta 5) assess the consequences of Federal restrictions upon investment in Alberta 4) evaluate our financial resources in the context of tho development of our Province and the providing of jobs for all Albertans 6) determine whether there is a need for restriction upon non-Albertan non-Canadian control of key sectors of our economy. A1! submissions will be considered by the Select Committee on Foreign Investment. Authors of briefs will be invited to present their submissions at Public Hearings, December 11 to 15th, at locations to be nnnotmccd. Organize your thoughts on tee vital issues. Writs them down today and tend them to: MM Ktttak, MXA. Strathooim Chairman Foreign Investment Study Room 513, Legislative Building Edmonton. Alberta Government of Alberta AST, part of Trans-Canada Telephone System NEW CROSS-CANADA LONG DISTANCE Some save you money. Some cost more. Most Canadians live in an area served by one of the eight member telephone companies who make up the Trans-Canada Telephone System. Until now an calls between any of these member company areas were based on a three minute minimum. You paid the same if you talked for one minute or three. The Trans-Canada Telephone System has changed that. Our New One Minute Rate How It Works. Starting Sunday, November 5th, all calls you dial yourself, from Alberta to another province, are based on a one minute minimum. (If Direct Distance Dialing Is not available where you live, your opera- tor will place your call at the same Dial Direct rate.) This new rate doesn't apply to person-to-person calls, calls from hotels, motels and pay phones, or any other type of operator-assisted caH. How you can save. Now, calls you dial direct always cost less than comparable operator-assisted calls. And our new one minute rate means that if you talk for one minute, you pay only for one minute, not three. If you talk for two, you pay for two, and so on. You can save even further by calling during the following discount periods: G p.m. to midnight (Monday to Saturday) 8 a.m. to midnight (Sunday) 30% Discount Remember, these discounts appry to cafte yw yourself from Alberta to any other province and to message beyond the flrst three minutes on operator-assisted station calls, but not to certain areas of Northern Canada and the U.S.A. What costs more. For obvious reasons, any operator-assisted can will cost more than a comparable call you dial yourseK. These cans are still based on a three minute mini- mum and, in fact, under our new rates, operator- assisted calls between member company areas win now cost more than they did before. Also, there are no discount periods for person-to-person calls. Dial direct calls to a point less than 400 miles away in another member company area which last three minutes or more will also cost slightly more under Ihe new rate structure. Midnight to 8 a.m. (Any day) replaces Night Owl rates 50% Discount to regulatory "AGTt ALBERTA GOVERNMENT TELEPHONES ;