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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta IMF ItlNBRIDGE IIERAID Solurdoy. Novcmbf Bannister starts new row back but Kilmer will start C71 in 1111: ASMICIVIT.D Washington HedskllH' tniartt-hai-l; Soii'iv .lurgeiiM-n mending from a broken shinil ili'r Miffi-n'd during an rontcsl I'.iil Kilmer has 'Mirni- wi-11-du-i'cied passes. har done so in I he haM' best start W iln" rid.liMi :i tV! rei'i.ni 10 the .lurgi-nsen is In be ready for action Sunday when Washington battles Philadelphia Kagles-biil Kilmer will .Marl .is usual "Kilmer's our quarterback." said coach (ieorge Allen. "He done a gn'a! job nol a twoquarlerbai'k man. We go willi one quarter- back, one centre, one line- backer, one right tackle. I don't h e 1 i e v e in shoving people around." Philadelphia lias posted tun 1 .straight triumphs (or a record after coach Ed Khaval, Oakland Haiders and Kansas i Citv Chiefs, deadlocked for Un- ordered Uio players to I j 3igs- .supply of replacement pans helps you pro- our investment in IH equipment. Insist on germ- H perls time you need a replacement; it'-, -ly v. ay you can be sure to keep your equipment ak ooerotmg condition. You'll be ahead in every triers for parts and accessonns I" INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER SALES AND SERVICE 304 Stafford Drive. Uihbricltie Phone 327-312S AFC Western Division lead with 5-1-1 marks, both arc on road. The Raiders meet New Orleans Saints, 2-4-1, while the Chiefs play injury-riddled New York Jets, 2-5. Cleveland occupying precarious No. 1 spot in the AFC Central Division after dropping its last two games, battle Pittsburgh Stcclcrs. The Browns are "1-3 and the Slcclcrs The Coaldale Curling Club j tighten their divisional lead. San are close at 34 will again be functioning this Francisco '49ers and Minnesota reason I Vikirg5 clash m Coalclale curlers hcgin new vcar their moustaches. "Good grooming is one of the many facets (it Khayat said. "Our guards had i more to do with winning the game than any moustaches "They made our sweeps work and this opened up the inside running game." While the Redskins Some 22 rinks will begin the Western a straight draws Monday evening j sion leaders, at seven, an increase of 12 rinks j The '49ers, with the Mmgie.-t over last year. It is hoped the 1371-71! season will be the big- gest yet. A get acquainted bon- spiel'is being held today and Sunday to get the season off to a good start. The Recreation Department of Coaldale is presently taking bookings for the season for both i Other Sunday games are Dal- in a game pil'mg j ,as cowboys at St. Cardi- md Central naiS) Green Bay Packers at Chi- cago Bears, Houston Oilers at New England Patriots, At- pass defence and second-best j ianta Falcons at Cincinnati Ben- total offence in the NFC. are 5- j gals, Detroit Lions at Denver The Vikings, bolstered by their vaunted Purple Gang de- fence, have a 5-1 record. Gary Cuozzo. who suffered a shoulder and mild cnn- jn ]ast week's game will) New York Giants, will start at quaricrback for the i- Broncos and San Diego Charg- ers at New York Giants. LONDON (AP) Pr. linger Bannister, the first man to run a mile in four minutes, called for peace in Britain's track and held dispute and found Friday he had stirred up a new row. British athletes have been criticizing the management of tlic national learn and demand- ing more say in preparations for lite Olympics and oilier overseas events. Bannister, speaking at a din- ner, called on the athletes and track and field officials to end their difference's in a bid to win medals at the Munich Olympics next year. "The differences between ath- letes and administrators, be- sides adding to the problems ol an already difficult could damage the chances of the Brit- ish Bannister said. "Many other sports have de- cided their planning and prepa- ration for Munich, yet athletics, the sport which will inevitably bo the centre of attention, ap- pears to be slower off the mark." The first angry reply came from Arthur Gold, secretary of the British Amateur Athletics Board, who said a four-year plan was laid before the British government in 1968. "Dr. Bannister's statement has been made without taking the trouble to find out what preparations are in Gold declared. Princess Anne lop sportswoman LONDON (AP) Princess Anne, star rider in horse show jumping, was named Sports- woman of the Year Friday by the British Sports Writers' As- sociation. The 21-year-old daughter of Queen Elizabeth won the Eu- ropean three-day title against top men and women riders at Burghley two months ago. casual curling and bonspie Rcservations may be made by calling the office Monday j MJamj the Amen through Friday from 9 a.m. to can Football Conf hockey ference's Ka.-t- i ern Division leaders at 5-t-i, I place their four-game victory i streak against winless Buffalo Bills. WES FROM CANCER MORGANTOWN, W. Va. I AP) I S'am Toothpick Jones, major league baseball pitcher who won 100 games in the 1950s and '60s. died in West Virginia University Hospital Friday of cancer. He was -15. He had been a patient at the hospital for various periods since June 1. CANADIAN WINS! SEE PAGE 9 WRESTLING EXHIBITION AUDITORIUM MONDAY, NOV. 8 8.30 p.m. CAMPBELL ond VON HESS v> QUINN and BELAFONTE LEE and SITO vi TOMASSO and BLACK RUHL vj BAB1C MEDRANO vi BUTCHER GAYIORD and SULLIVAN vi MARTEL and HAYES Box Office opens 7 p.m. Watch STAMPEDE WRESTLING on CJOC-TVI Peter Watson scored the lone marker Friday as the Totems edged the Whips 1-0 in Pee Wee action in Lethbridge Minor Hcckey League play. In another Pee Wee encoun- ter the Penguins and Canucks battled to a 4-4 stalemate. Brent Maxwell scored twice for the Penguins sir.glc- Ions going to Tarn ,larvie and Allan Dttval, Mike Craig fired Imrnc Era Is for the Canucks. Dwaine i added a r-olo marker I Tii a third Pee Wee t.Hfi viMnp. the Falrnns TV I nilh Dusne Ptvcia and Clar- ence Tall leading the way with two goals each. Andrew Tse scored once. Terry Hamilton re- plied for the Falcons. Beaver Homes for 71 Modem! Distinctive in design! 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