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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID Mondny, November 6, 1972 Dolphins continue on uiihrnlcii streak Soul-searching paid off for Gabriel., Rams Till; ASSOCIATliB I'llESS "From lasl Sunday night un-j til 1 reported lo practice on Tuesday was a whole week of soul-searching and tliinking for Los Angeles quarterback Roman Gabriel said. "Then after the reasoning sessions with myself, I came to the conclusion I hail to use my head." Gabriel, who had experienced one of his worst days as a National Football League quarler-hack a week ago by throwing four intercepted passes in a 45-7 loss to Oakland Raiders, used his head along with his sore arm Sunday against Atlanta in their National Conference West showdown. It paid off handsomely. Gabriel threw only 11 passes and completed eight of them for 9.T yards. And he used his head by sticking to a relentless ground game spearheaded by Willie Ellison and Jim Bertelsen, who combined for 215 yards and a touchdown apiece lo carry the Rams to a 20-7 victory that widened their divisional lead over the Falcons to games. There were two American Conference showdowns, too. In the Central Division, Pittsburgh Steelers broke out of a first-place deadlock with Cincinnati by clobbering the Bengals 40-17 and, in the West, Kansas City Chiefs vaulted over Oakland and into a lead liy laming the Raid-er 27- H. Elscwlicre Sunday it was Miami Uolphis :iO, Buffalo Bills 1G; Wasliington Redskins 33, New York Jels 17: Dallas Cow-bovs 34, San Diego Chargers 28; New York Gianls 29, -Jcnver Broncos 17: Green Bay Packers San Francisco 49ers 24; Minncsola Vikings 37, New Orleans Saints U; Detroit Lions 14, Chicago Bears 0; Cleveland Browns 20. Houston Oilers 0 and Philalelphia Eagles 6, SI. Louis Cardinals (i. Tonight, New England Patriots enlcrtain Baltimore Colls. The Rams had been embarrassed by Atlanta 3i-3 earlier this year. "For the first lime this year I can say this was a team Los Angeles coach Tommy Prothro jusl one ot lliose Cincinnati coach Pan Brown muttered after the Slee -ers, behind Terry Bradshaw's three touchdown passes, had administered their thrashing. Rookie Franco Harris led a 230-yard rushing attack by Pittsburgh with 101 yards, including a two-yard touchdown spurt. DAWSON COMMAND Len Dawson also threw for three touchdowns for Kansas City while Ihe Chiefs limited Oakland's running game to 73 yards. Coach Don Shula of the Dolphins insisted he's not considering the possibility of an unbeaten season after Miami strelched its unbeaten record to eight games. "The only thing you can Shula replied, "Is point to games and see the up-SiClS." Against the Bills, Mercury Morris ran for 100 yards and a pair of touchdowns, Earl Mor-rall hit Marv Fleming with a seven-yard scoring pass and Garo Yepremian booted three field three-touchdown quarterback was Wuhlogton'i Billy Kilmer who connected on scoring passes of 45 yards lo Roy Jefferson, 70 yards to Charley Taylor and 89 yards to Larry Brown as the Redskins retained their one-game lead over Dallas In the NFC East. OF UTILITIES MAJOR CHEMICAl PLANT requires SUPERINTENDENT OF UTILITIES AND INSPECTION Challenging position with responsibility for oil utilities and metals inspection, including operation of utilities sulphuric acid plant; extensive water Irealment and ultra-sonic mefals inspection service. The successful applicant must have a valid Alberto First Class Steam Engineer's certificate and several years' experience. Salary commensurate with qualifications and experience. Send resume lo: PERSONNEL MANAGER NORTHWEST NITRO-CHEMICALS LTD., BOX 310, MEDICINE HAT, ALBERTA, T1A 11 SQUADRON AIR CADETS PARADE EVERY TUESDAY EVENING AT 7 P.M. Cadets are picked up by transport at various point! throughout the city between and p.m. Call Commanding Officer, Captain N. Bullied, Days 327-1116, Evenings 328-6759 for further NOW THAT'S A NO-NO Former teammole Verlon Biggs grabs New York Jen quarterback Joe Nomath by the face mask during first quarter action with the Wash- ington Redskins in New York Sunday. The grab cost the Redskins a penalty but they won 35.17. (AP Wirephoto) Minor hockey roundup Don Marshall scored four limes and led the Bisons to a 6-1 victory over the Braves in Pee Wee hockey action Friday night Roy Golstegn and Ken Ohno added a goal apiece in tlie win while Randy Baldry replied for the Braves. Firsl period goals by Craig TVa and Robert Hoffman gave the Flyers a 3-2 win over Ihe Penguin.1, on the weekend. John Gogo chipped in with a folo marker while Allan Duval managed a single goal in a los- ing cause. Robert Wood picked up his first shutout of the season as he helped the Tigers blank the Whips G-fl. Neil Court and Bruce Best- plug supplied the offence with two goals each while Kevin Covne and Jim Van Gaal chip- ped in with singletons. In Bantam "R" play, Robbie Sudiekat scored twice lo give the Kings a 4-rt decision over the Nuggets. Brent Maxwell and Jeff Cox scored a goal apiece while "Randy Charlesworth replied for the Nuggcls with a pair of goals and Mark Rowe a single. Brent Hamilton picked up his second hat-trick of Ihe sea- fon and gave Ihe Blades an I easy 7-2 victory over the Coug- ars in another Bantam "B" con- jtesl. I Waller Moiilina and Jacob Neufeld aided wilh a pair of markers. Rick Smilli and Bob Shlegle scored for Ihe Cougars. Cavaliers near setback record By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Philadelphia 76ers arc liter- ally zeroing in on a National I Basketball Association record. Alter Sunday night's 131-113 j loss to Milwaukee Bucks, the hapless and helpless '76srs are o games away from tying the NBA record for most losses at the start of a season. Their latest was their 13th loss without a victory this year i and put them in a choice posi- tion to catch the negative record of 15 shared by Denver and Cleveland. Denver lost IS at Ihe starl of the season when it had an i franchise in 1949 and the Cav- j aliers dropped thai many in 1970, their first year. I The longest losing slreak is by the San Fran- Putyour money to work in Canada. And earn up to irjVC.'VS Canada Savings are on idle in nonor'ninations rardlnQ trom 550 to And l-ey an annual yie'd ol 7. it held 10 mainly in 198.'.. Thais a LOrnpoiitive r.'ilc on your dollars And you have the freedom lo cash in your bonds You n always rjet what you psid any interest due. But it you do hold your Canada Savings Bonds unlil maturity, you will more than double your rnonrjy And bcrjunly Cdiiada Savings Eor.dc are banked by the resources ot our courilr li you'd like lo put your money lo WOTK in Canada a'd lor Canada, buy Canada Savings Bonds .Ju'-t drop into our oltice or leleohone us. We'll be glad lo help. Merrill Lynch, Rcyal Securities Limilod 480-Sevenln Avenue S.W. Calgary 2, Alberta 265-7240 Merrill Lynch, Royal Securities: We're bullish on Canada. i CPPCO loam of 1961 and Ihe old I San Diego franchise of J9GS. Tlcserve forward Gary Gre- was mostly responsible for I Philadelphia's latest collapse, I scoring 21 points and hauling in j rebounds. In the other NBA games Sun- day night, Los Angeles Lakers trimmed ScaUle SuperSonics 124-115 and Phoenix Suns nipped Cleveland 107-106. Saturday's scores were- At- lanla Hanks 126, Philadelphia 120; Kansas City-Omaha Royals 118, Boston Celtics 107: Buffalo Braves 101, Chicago Bulls 99: Baltimore Bullets 100, Cleve- land 9C: rhoenix 105, Mil- waukee 104; Los Angeles 134, Portland Trail Blazers 120; Golden State Warriors 137, New York Knieks 104 and Houston Rockets lie, Dclroit Pislons 108. In Milwaukee, Grcgor en- tered the game late in the opening quarter and scored live points as Ihe Bucks wiped out a 12-point Pliiladclphia lead. The j Bucks Ihcn outscorcd the '76ers 14-2 in Hie first tlirec minutes .of Ihe second period, and went on lo lead 65-53 al Ihe half. Neal Walk hit two free throws with only Uo seconds Icfl to help Phoenix nip Cleve- '.aml. Baldwin, 1 Norlliroll stav alive YANCOUVUU (Cri Ron Xoilhcolt of Calgary and Glen j Pierce of Vancouver Sunday skipped their rinks lo the BI event berth in Hie sudden death championship round of the Sj.tiOO Evergreen Tourna- ment of Champions at the Van- couver Curling Club. Norlhcnll moved lo loday's' championship play with an 8-5 win over Krcd Duncan, of Dun- can. H.C., while Pierce's rink downed Glen Harper, also of Duncan, 10-5. The A rvonl roprcscnlalives (in the championship round aro Kevin Smale of Prince George, and Rrcnl Giles ol North Van- couver They qualifier! with wins Saturday Smnle 9-0 over finh McCuhhin of Rich- mond, li.C., and Giles 5-3 over Keith Dagg of Victoria. Duni'.in, Harper, Hall Bald- win of Ittniniilmi and l.yall Haft- til Vancouver made, il into the championship round in I ho final event rlrnw Sunday night. Makes the most of mildness. THEMCWT UKEABUE FLAVOUR AW 'Belvedere WILD MILD ;