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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 7, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 17, TH( IETHBRIDGE IIERAin Nnvr-mhor 7, 1972 Unites. Colts love affair over FOXBORO, Mass. (AD Johnny Unilas, football's Mr. (JuarlcrhM kicked his famous No. JIT into a corner and adiniflt-d love affair with Co was over. "There's in Mayi around lie said, "nci way they're treating inc. "There's nothing I ''.'in about it. It. was their (Iwi not to play me anymore." UaUiMiniT had just cracked a losing slj'eak, hand- ing KnuUuid Patriots a fiflli defeat, LM-17. in Monday National Fool- hi'll l.cacui1 game. .inliiuiy wasn't cek'bnil- Ymni" Marlv pjvLMi Ihe joh Vnilas mined Hi years, hit 10 of 111 pause's auainsl New England iir iinly yj yards. One of his Kliols was n ]7-yarder for a louclidmvn lo tight end Tom Mitchell. Joe Thomas, new general malinger of Ihe Colts, was the man who made the decision to bench Unilas and look ahead wilh Ihe 25-year-old Domrcs. "You can't keep going will] a quarterback who'll he <10 years old next said Thomas, builder of NFL powerhouses as personnel chief at Minnesota willi the Vikings and Miami. .John Sajiiiusky, Iho longtime Colt assistant coach who be- came the field boss when Thomas fired Don McCafferty month ago, was smiling ovc his first victory. "It wasn't pretty, bul il wa a win." he said. "It's my fir: and I'm proud of it.'" The Colls now are 2-6, tic with the Pals for thjrd in 111 American Conference East. Now you can buy a A lough needle punch carpel from Kraus. vS OZITE CARPET Cushion backed wifh spongy loom for fiord wear ond comfort. BEAVER DAYS SAIE SO. YD. CUSHION BACK SHAG CARPET A luxurious sofi red fireside shag I ha I will brighlen your ree room. BEAVER DAYS SALE SO. YD. REMODEL YOUR KITCHEN WITH CITATION FUTURA CABINETS Arborlte Counter Topping 4' x 8' sheels of Decoralor 8 counter lopping. Repjcf that scralched counle.' now! 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Re-do your bathroom now with Ceramic Tile Easily applied SMT series ate rnounled on 1 1 2" mesh backing. 5 color choices means you can co- ordmo'c wilh any balh fixtures. Beavor Days 5als 5Q. FT. You con kf- sure lhal your nearby Beaver siorc hoj a complete line of groul, tooli, elc. THINKING OF REMODELLING OR BUILDING? We have everything you need and you can budget all your building ncedt at Beaver. OPEN A HANDY N, BEAVER 'U1- 3rd Ave. 17th St. S.-Phone 328-4461 OPEN MONDAY TO FRIDAY 8 A.M. TO P.M. SATURDAY 8 A.M. TO i P.M. KEN SUGARMAN Sugarman will retire VANCOUVER (CP) Ken Sugarman, 30, a nine-year vet- eran with the B.C. Lions, today announced his retircmenl from the club. He said he will re'main in football and is considering a number of coaching offers. After S a t u r d a y's game against Saskatchewan, Sugar- was voted two .he Lions' most valuable line- man, and a players' selection, the most inspirational player. Sugarman has been a west- ern conference all star four imcs al offensive tackle, and was selected All-Canadian once. Ic played in the last three an nual CFL all-star games. Newcombe played well fiOTEBORG, Sweden f AP) John Newcombe has won Ihe Wimbledon tournament Ihrce imes and most of the world's ilber major tennis tourneys, nit he says he's never played a nnlch beltcv than the one he lid Sunday. Newcombe crushed fellow Australian Hoy Emerson 6-3, C- 0. 6-1 in the final of the World Championship Tennis .ournament here. played his service md volley game to near per- eclion, losing only 11 service linls in the entire match. Th victory, worth welled Newcombc's prize iioncy for 1872 lo the rst lime in a four-year pro ca- eer he has exceeded the 00 figure. Newcombe, who has won six VCT tournaments since May, ncluding half of the 10 events if the current summer-fall cir- uil, is Ihe runaway leader in mint standings which qualify or the WCT winter finals at Rome Nov. 22-25. "f don't think T have ever .ilayed said Newcombe after his devastating net game md inflicted what Emerson crmed "the worst beating I've ever received." KanR criticises actions USOC under NEW YORK ,'AF politics. We can "f membership by the United Stales Olympic treat our athletes National Collegiate miltec came under sharp chattels. If we As.soi'JHlion cism Monday from its our .house in order, representatives were vice-president, who else will put in order absent when the "We can no longer net in a committee mcl nl n alarm was sounded hotel to air its trans- "We are being first meeting of lop discuss future plans scrutinized by an athletes since Ihe nominate new officers. and probing Rober Munich Games, a long-lime Olympic Kane, athletic director at Americans were besel who was chairman of nell University, told a blunders and for the Munich of the USOC executive brought warnings of an losl a bitter battle for from Congress nominalion as president, 'We can no longer provoke a sudden post going lo Philip 0. a retired businessman Kinoslia, Wis., and Den- Uf 1 who has been associated A may speed skating. Nomination is tantamount to election. The USOC will hold its congress in Colorado Pan-Am Colo., in early February. BLAST FROM NCAA NCAA, long embroiled in NEW YORK (AP) pending seltlement of baltle wilh Ihe Amateur Athletic Union for control of the United States is considering withdrawing from the There is some strong movement in the U.S., American Games unless there is a change in the voting structure. This was revealed at a in the USOC for pulling out of the Pan-Am Games because of the heavy expense-more than and from the USOC family and accompanied its action wilh a Hast at Olympic operations ing of the U.S.. Olympic Committee's executive committee meeting here Monday at interest. The USOC executive committee said it was NCAA, representing most of the colleges and universities in the United Stales, had four plans for a special meeting of the Pan-American Sports political conditions in Chile, where a national on the executive commiKec, the same as ganization was crippled the country. AAU The sports feder- Clifford H. Buck, president of a change, the 1975 have six members wilh the USOC, said the Games would be held each on Ihe IG-member Slates was urging that voles Juan, Puerto going to the Na- the organization be according lo size of the Association of Inler-collegiate Alhlclics a tries. There are 33 nations which compete in the college group, and the armed forces. Clifford II Buck, outgoing Games, a hemispheric president, announced .staged on the year before Ihe Olympic Games. The next are scheduled at Santiago, Chile, a move was under way to hire a public relations firm in order lo improve the USOC im- 1VEW VOTE (CP) also said only Ihe affi- a former from Ihe Brazilian ref- Currently each of the boxing was needed lo complete Iries has one vote. Under was sentenced to formal protest to the Inter- i'.S. proposal, the 12 nations with less than Iwo in jail Monday on a charge of trafficking in a Olympic Committee over Ihe United Stales' con- people would have only represented as a loss to Russia in bas- vote, the 11 with population lie snid a protest also t'.veen two million and 10 million would have two voles was told thai McGrandle, 25, of Edmonton sold being Indued with the T.OC over the disclosure lhat 14 drug the five countries with 10 of what was believed proved positive in the ion to 20 million people MDA to an event of the modern have five votes and Ihosc in a city tavern Feb. more than 20 million would allowed JO voles. The Slates and Canada would fall T the last f n n th S f) I The USOC is considering suggestion that a special ing held in Ihc OF "DIRTY He's rough ond lough Slates, possibly Miami, of Ihe B.C. lions, one o( Ihe mfnnest and January or February to in Canada. To l2arn wlial makes him thai this and other whol he has lo say to Roberl The USOC acknowledged YOUR IETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND il had not paid its 1972 dues WESTERN CANADA OF AUCTIONEERING Canada's first and Ihe only completely Canadian course offered Licensed under Ihe Trade Schools licensing Act, R.S.A. 1970 C. FOR PARTICULARS OF THE NEXT COURSE BOX 687, LACOMBE, ALBERTA OR PHONE ONE CARD 10th ANNUAL ONE CARD KCINOVISIO SPONSORED BY THE KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS COUNCIL 1490 IN PRIZES THREE BLACKOUT BINGO GAMES RULES: 1. Only those cords whicli have beon validarad aro nligiblo. 2. Winncn will be tho person obtaining o Mackou! wilh I lie lodit amount of numbers cnllod. 3. Confirmed winnori will bn roqulrcd to mail In Ihoir winning card. 4. If Ihore Is morn ihnn ona winnnr in any money will be ttividocl equally. 5. The dcciiion of tho committee will be final. 6. Got ono card FREE whon you buy 5 cards. If you were missed or want extra earrit Write to KCINOVISION Box 1490 Lethbridge Cardi available at both Erickian'i Kentucky Frlad Clilckttn 3rd Avo., Mayor Magrnlh Dr .and 17 Avo. Mayor Magralh Drivo. Anolher Giant Mailer Bingo inside cncli new Kcinovtsion Kit you'll find 6 cards. The sixth one it free. Kill arriving in soon. Be sure you in- clude all 8 numbers on each card (at lop left and lop right of cards) logelher wilh your rmmr and nddress with for eoch cnrtl to KCINOVISION P.O. BOX 1490, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Register cards by mail or drop off nl CJOC-TV WEDNESDAY NOV. STARTING AT p.m. ON CJOC-TV-CHANNEL 7 ;