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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 8, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE inilRPIDGf. .Miami NHL board will meet "asRedskins lied, Chief's beaten pass In Icatl tbe National "n- i kicked four field goals for 1 iMs- h) Houston and Tony Frilsch kicked a H-yard less (ban two .....minutes remaining the Dal- 'cii-1 las victory that the Cow- bovs within shonling range of Washington, games behind. ferencc's Division ing ''liiers over Minnesota: Mer curv Morris churned nirgb; Charlie Kvans scored TDs in the New York Ciaiil. victory; Dick Shiner's Detroit came up with 17 points in the Iliird quarter and a Tl') In stop Den- ver MOW YORK (AP) Tlio Na- tiinifil Hockey League's board of I'.ovei'tiors convenes in New Yuri: today for two days of mi: '.ings that could result in an expansion announcement. I'resident Clarence Campbell has :aid that the next MIL ex- pansion would probably not lake piece before the 197.-.-74 season bin liiere is a possibility Ihe Irigne may decide lo move loin than as soon as next next season. Favored in the bidding for new franchises arc Long island, N.V. and Allanla. Holli areas have new arenas under con- struction and have applied for NHL franchises. If the NHL moves inlo Island, it has- been threatened uilli a suit by iXcil Shaync, owner of the New York fran- chise in the newly formed World II o e k c y Association. 1 llv from worst game c ..s the .lets hlc" Ch'.cfs l.'l-l'l i" Football league. was an- .il j'iieii'imenon, di- touch- re'.p New Orle- xiir.'.s a 21-21 tie no Raider-. Tr.i? day'.- results moved Oak- hr.c ir.'.o'fo'.e possession of first in the bitter Weft race, a' ahead of ar- Knn.-as City. l-'fK tlAUSOS '.vas a touch day to sais Kansas City quarterback Daw-on after getting cpr'eht '.it' in a -let stream. "Fighting' that wind makes it touch. You couldn't lob the ball Ijecause the wind pn; hold of it 1 and ;ou never knew what it would do to the ball Harcett. on the other hand, knew where tbe hall was going every minute as lie came off the bencb lo wurk bis late magic. Other surprises laced the NFL Sunriav as last-place Phila- delphia Eagles soared to a 7-7 tie with Washington Redskins, leader? of the National Confer- once'? Fastcni Division, and Green r.av Packers upended Oiicago Bears, who are lighting fnr the lead in Ihe National Con- Ceiur.il Division. Dallas bad to battle In pull out a is-1.1 triumph, over St. Louis Cardinals: San Fran- eisco won a fight over Minnesota Vikings in a meeting between division leaders and Miami Dolphins rode a rugged running attack to a 3-l-n victory over Buffalo Bills to keep their lead in the American Confer- ence East. Elsewhere. Pittsburgh Steelers dominated Cleveland Browns ?W and lied them for first place in the AFC Centra! race: Nrw York Giants turned on the high-scoring San Diego Chargers Atlanta Falcons disposed of Cincinnati Bengals P-fi New England Patriots pasted Houston Oilers 28-20 and Detroit Lions slugged Denver Broncos 24-20. COLTS MEET TtAMS Baltimore Colts arc host to Los Angeles Rams in a game tonight. Long before Bobby Howficid gunned through a 39-yard field goal in the fourth quarter for the Jets' winning points, they had plenty of help from the tricky wind currents at Shea. Dawson was able to connect with Otis Taylor only twice dur- ing the game and threw for a sub-par total of 111 yards over- all with 13 completions. Winds also blew off target a field goal try by Kansas City's Jan S'lenerud just min- utes before Howfield's game- winncr STARTER INJl'RED Hargett. who came in after starter Archie Manning injured bis right elbow, took Ihe Saints on touchdown inarches of 79, Ti2 and 77 yards. Washington had a fancy 6-1 record before having to pull out a tie with the Eagles. The Red- skins staved off defeat when Billy Kilmer threw a TD pass to Clifton McNeil with four min- utes left. Lou Michaels kicked a 22-yard FAST EFFICIENT SERVICE! liv HIE ASSOCIATED PRESS Cleveland Cavaliers came hick from the worst home game of their brief history to stun Portland Trail Blazers 12n- !W in the National Basketball .Vs'ociation Sunday night- The "worst same" tag was applied bv conch Bill Fitch after the Cavaliers lost Un-d to Phoenix Suns Friday, but he said: "Don't bury us. c-mrio back." Tin'-.- did. llobbv Smith scored 26 points. Hick Roberson and Bobby Washington set team records Roberson with re- bounds and Washington with 2i> assists. And Robcrson added lit points and Charlie Davis had as the Cavaliers posted their first home victory of Ihe season. I Michigan threatening toi> clubs lly Till: j Nebraska had its best defen- sive day and Oklahoma had its I ivnr-l of fen-. M e day while. 1 niiditv Michigan threatened to throw'a monkey wrench into the scheduled Nov. S-, meeting of the No. 1 and 2 college football teams in the United States. While top-ranked Nebraska was battering Iowa State 37-0 i Saturday, runner-up Oklahoma. i avcrr.gmg 47 points a game and with a season low of was held to a 20-3 victory by Mis- souri, a lowly one-game winner. The Sooners did red off -107 yards on the ground, hut even i that was K below their per- game average. Meanwhile. Michigan, on the heels of a 61-7 rout of Indiana. buried Iowa Ki-7 in a brash' move to In' to recapture the No. 2 ranking the Wolverines! yielded to Oklahoma a few weeks ago. even though neither i has lost a game, i Elsewhere, the top seven I teams in The Associated Preis rankings all continued their un- beaien ways while Stanford i nailed down its second straight Rose Bowl berth and Toledo rang up its consecutive triumph, second-longest streak i of modem times. WON 1-1-7 Fourth-ranked A 1 a 1) a in a i struggled to a 11-7 deciswn over No. Louisiana State, making Bear Bryant the fourth winning- cs; coach of all time with vie- torv No. Auburn, rated fifth, slapped down Mississippi State 31-2H: No. 6 Penn Stale trampled Maryland with I.ydell Mile-hell running for 210 yards and five touchdowns and setting all sorts of records, and J seventh-ranked Georgia pasted i i Florida 49-7. i Rounding out the Top Ten. 1 No. 8 Notre Dame came back i with a vengeance and mauled Pitt Xo. Ohio State i bowed to Michigan State 17-10 I and fell out of a first-place tic with Michigan in ihe Dig Ten. and Xo. I" A i i mi a stale i trimmM IVighnin Vising n S I a n f o r d. ranked 12th. clinched the Pacific Fight: crown and the automatic chore j as Rose. Bowl host with a 20-9 i triumph over UCLA while 17th- rated Southern California elimi- nated Washington Slate .71-20. Toledo No. 11 turned back stublxirn Northern Illinois 23-8. Elsewhere in the NBA, Balti- more Bullets edged Houston Rockets 109-106, Golden State Warriors downed Seattle Super- son.ics 109-102. and Los Angeles Lakers topped New York Knicks Ba Him or e's Jack Marin pumped in a career high 42 points in the Bullets' victory over troubled Houston. The Rockets played without forward Don Adams, who did not dress for the game after getting into a verbal disagreement with coach Tex Winter. Centre Elviu Hayes, who had a recent dispute with Winter, led the Rockets in scoring with 38 points, his season high. Nate Thurmond paced Gold'-n State with 28 points and 21 Junior football rematch BUBLINCTUN. (CP) Burlington Braves scored touch- downs the first, two times they had the ball and vent on to hand Verdun Quo.. Invictus a l.'M'i defeat in the Eastern Can- ada junior football champion- ship. The win moves Burlington In the Canadian final where they are rematched against defend-1 ing-champion Regina Rams v.ho beat Burlington 39-8 in Ihe 11170 I final. The fir-ftl will be played in Hamilton Nov. 1.1. i C7 rebounds. Seattle's Spencer Hay- wood led all scorers with Si points. Los Angeles' victory ever New York put the Lakers into undisputed possession of first1 place in the Pacific Division. Jerry West topped the Lakers with'29 points. Jerry Lucas was high for New York with points. Saturday night, in the NBA. it was: Boston 124, Portland 109; Cincinnati 110, Phoenix 95; Bnf- falo 130, Chicago 99; Philadel- phia 101, Atlanta Milwaukee 106, Detroit 78, and IAS Angeles 1105 Golden State 89. In the ABA Saturday night the results were: Kentucky 102 New Y'ork 97; Dallas S7 Caro- lina 92; Utah 108, Indiana 107 in overtime; Memphis 122, Mr ginia 121 in overtime, and Flo- ridians 136 Pittsburgh 121. 1972 VOLKSWAGEN SUPER BEETtE NOTICE The City of lethbridgc is presently preparing COM estimntCA loi work to be done in 1972. Any person i-. contemplating n subdivision ol 'and till) limit-, ol Ibe City ol in next year is asked lo contact the undersigned, on or before November 15, 1971, consideration can be aiven lo undertake Ibe necessary woik during 1972 season. K. A. SEAMAN, Assistant City Clerk. Last year AGT helped buy fen million dollars worth of yroceries ACT, part o! Ttliphoni SysttN "I en million dollars worth of groceries will keep the cash registers ringing in five large-size Alberta supermarkets, twelve months a year. That makes fivo Alberta supermarket managers and all Iheir employees very happy. And lasl year our 6700 employees did just that. They did more for Alberta than just buy gro- ceries, though. Because last year their pay- checks totalled over 46 million dollars. Ami this money waa spent in many ways. ACT people bought over 650 new cars, and spent over seven and a half million dollars on new homes and apartments. Plus about two million dollars to keep those same homes and apart- ments furnished. What does it all mean to you? Just this. Every lirne you spend even a dime with AGT, someone else benefits. Because when our employees spend money in Alberta, other Albertans are on the receiving end. And that helps keep Alberta's economy rolling ahead. AT AGT YOUR DIMES DO BUY MORE THAN CONVERSATION AGFt" ALBERTA GOVERNMENT TELEPHONES ;