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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta ncriM Think snow The recently formed Lethbridge District Ski Club has announced some plans and benefits available to members. The organization offers a 20 per cent price reduction on season passes to West Castle and group rates on daily lift tickets. They will also have three trips to other ski areas and social events during the year. Ski busses will run each weekend to West Castle. Membership and season aass applications are available at Gotschna Ski rtaus and Dieter's Ski Sport by phoning 327-5656. WAIT AND SEE BUFFALO A deci- sion will be made in the next three or four days on whether defenceman Jim Schoenfeld of Buffalo Sabres needs sur- gery on his back. The Sabres said Friday that Schoenfeld has a ruptured disc in his back. The 21-year-old native played the full National Hockey League exhibition season and the first six regular-season games. yOU NEVER WENTT MOTHER'S AT WHERE ttU'VE AN1 WHO ITOLBNOUA LITTLE WHITE LIE LET TMEM START TELUNX LITTLE WHITE LIES Short sport of all sorts GIANTS LOSE STAR JERSEY CITY New York already burdened by a six-game losing -NATIONAL COURTESY CARD LEASING The motor vehicle described OQ the back of this identifi- cation Card has been leased from a Ford Authorized Leasing System of Canada Lessor it would be appreciated if every courtesy including prompt and quality service and any appropriate fleet discounts on parts be extended to the operator of this vehicle. National Identification Card Predictable Can Include FHEE'S invmtnwnt uaually thin Adaptable to private Individual aa wall Current model prestige Eaiy way to gat Mcond car Contact our dcpt. lor one bett rite mil Division of SUPERIOR MOTORS TABER LTD. LEASING Phone 223-3537 will have to finish the National Football League season without defensive tackle John Mendenhall who will need surgery on his left knee to repair damaged car- tilage. EAGLES SIGN 'BACKER PHILADELPHIA Philadelphia Eagles of the National Football League have signed Dean a 230-pound outside linebacker who was waived earlier this year by Los Angeles Rams. a five-year is expected to be on the roster for Sun- day's game against Atlanta Falcons. ABA STRIKES FAST NEW YORK In- diana Pacers coach Bob Leonard has been given a two- day suspension and fined the highest in American Basketball Associa- tion it was announced Friday. The action by ABA commissioner Mike Storen followed Leonard's outburst of temper at Indianapolis dur- ing a game against Carolina Cougars. FOYT IN HOSPITAL HOUSTON Auto racing driver A. J. Foyt Jr. has been taken to hospital one of the victims of an outbreak of hepatitis. DON KIRKHAM INSURANCE AGENCIES LTD. Continues to Serve Southern Alberta Fire-Auto-Personal- Commercial DOUG BOYER Sales Representative 308 9th St. S. Phone 328-1228 Na gas to Enchant d surround rural area ays Here's how you can make it happen sooner. Natural gas is on the way. You can help us and yourselves by learning about and getting involved in your local gas co-operative. Natural gas will be made available to everyone in this area at a reasonable cost if we all participate in this program. With your our community will soon be a better place to live. AttMdttW Information Netting In Your ArMl Nov. IMM Here's why. Natural gas is very econom- ical and once the savings become apparent Thisbecomeseven more mean- ingful when you consider that natural gas is also a very clean and convenient fuel Forfurther phone or write your local rural gas co-oper- ative people we're going for GAS naturally Progra DEPARTMENT OF TELEPHONES UTILITIES RURAL UTILITIES BRANCH Gerald Vandert Dungen VAUXHALL 654-2922 Ernest Tllleman HAYS 725-3921 Vikings could possibly clinch divisional title By HAROLD BOCK Associated Preu Sporti Writer Minnesota's soaring Vikings Sunddy may become the first National Football League team to clinch a post-season berth. The Vikings have made a shambles of the National Con- ference's Central Division race by winning their first eight games for their finest start ever and the NFL's only remaining all-winning record. This is the same team that was a mediocre 7-7 last season. The difference has been de- fence. Hampered by injuries a year Minnesota's defenders have regained their health this year and limited opponents to 87 points and only six touchdowns. That's the kind of defence that wins division titles and the Vikings could take theirs Sunday if they defeat Detroit while Chicago Bears and Green Bay Packers either tie or lose their games. Minnesota seems capable of holding up its end of that bar- gain. The Vikings have beaten the Lions 11 straight times since 1968 including a 23-9 decision over Detroit earlier this season. Elsewhere on the NFL's Sunday Pittsburgh Steelers are at Oakland San Francisco '49ers visit Washington New Orleans Saints are at Los Angeles Miami Dolphins host Baltimore Philadelphia Eagles are at home against Atlanta Bowling HOLIDAY BOWL COMMERCIAL MEN'S Reg Arnold 294 Tino luvale 292 Jack Tremblay 312 Steve Mezei 335 John Rempel 321 Tak Katagami 33B Jack Smeed 302 Ken King 291 John Schaaljal Bert Mezei 336 Roy Smeed 291 Ken Kurtz 288 Sam Girardi 294 VASA LODGE Nick Bianchi 321 Bea Hanson Peggy Zalesak 258. Emery Field Carol Park Slim Berry Lorna Ness Gus Hegland Dwight Ness 231 DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE Don Wentz Pat Mlkalson Gayle Cox Keith Adamson Ken Kearns Sharon Cox George Siegl Dennis Mikalson Rod Chernos 220. AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC Dick Wells Debbie Barton 309 Karlyn Spitzer Randy Wilson Bryan Dangas Phil Legge Dallas Nesbit Launce Block 289. TUESDAY COFFEE Margaret Beierle Gailya Pedersen Marie Mclaughlin 254. Mabel Wiggill Clemence Beaulleu Ann Lindsay Grace Mill Audrey Scott 276 Bernice Hay Dorothy Russell 211. ALCON HEATING Bill Ferby Dennis Watson Kris Brugos Joe Bruges 230. Lorraine Miller Jack Tremblay 301 Dave Miller Ellas Sawilla Eva Link Kathy Thiesen 223. BENDEX Garth Barr 245. Clarence Sauter 233. Rick Smith Dave Nelson Don Bessie Ralph Heitman Robert Kempenaar 339 Brenda Duce Robert Stanko Ed Slanko 230. SIMPSON SEARS Laurie Coupland Marino Rapuano Loretta Karbonic Kay Goshinman Herb Ellerman Allan Bird Bernice Hartley Betty Dawson Ed Rossetti 234. Cathy Cnghton 228. HOLIDAY VILLAGE LADIES Alma Toiley Dena Smith 263 Laura Peake Mel Fmnerty 276. Mite Wooldridge Jean Mills Edna Whitefoort Mary Herbers Irene Lynde 297 Ethel Styner Marge Storyack 248 CJOC Harry Garrick 336 Irene Kerr 284 Bill Doram Mary Richards Jim McPike 256 Sam Davison Donnis Foder Leon Checkryn 292 Ruth McLaren Eleanor Fenton Jim Wright 295 Guy Brown 344 CLASSIC TRIPLES Steve Gar.gur 393 Dianne Violini 320 Dot Anderson 326 Kent Leishman Jack Smeed 301 Jeanette Smeed 339 Eleanor Dongatti 348 Joan Moore Reg Arnold 315 Gerry Anderson Ken King 333 CAPRI BOWL MuMODE HOMES Retta Lazaruk Joyce Brand 275 Bernice Pavan 311 Kay Wheeler 251 Linda Aspeslet 269 Mel Seibert Chris Ell Marlene Parascak 274 Mary Dottie Emmons 286. Chris Ell 261. SUNDOUIST CONSTRUCTION Dorothy Anderson 263 Dorothy Sorensen Marie Smith 267 Mel Selben Jain PasMV 271 Ellean Carter 284 Elolse Ives Freda Linn Nellie Conrad Dorden SoderquiM 219. UNION CITI2CNC Roy LaValHy Henry Bechttxxd Ann O'CMI 202. Will Nem Scotty Mulr Ted Hward 203. HtNRV HOMfft Hakzt Don Langagcr Ken MMcomton 305 Myra Mtfcomwn Tlnortf 255. Cal Coolldge Jim Mart Mom Conrad Arnold 315 LOOM Gary Ward 282 Norm Millar 253 Qto Mitchtn 297 Joa Qiilan Jonn AnMrton 254 Kithy Ludgwlg 221. Qraca JOyea MVMWI 258 New. NelK Dallas Cowboys play New York Giants at New San Diego Chargers visit Denver Bron- Cincinnati Bengals play at Buffalo Houston Oilers host Cleveland St. Louis Cardinals art at Green Bay Packers and Ne England Patriots visit York Jets. Monday night Chicago Bears play the Chiefs at Kan- sas City. The Pittsburgh-Oakland af- fair is a rematch after last year's playoff when Franco Harris caught a deflected pass for the Steelers' winning touchdown on the final play of the game. Both teams lead their American Conference Oakland in the West and Pittsburgh in the Central. Washington has dropped two straight games to slip into a first place tie with Dallas at 5- 3 in the NFC East. Surprising New with four victories in the last five tries to continue its rejuvenation against Los the NFC West leader. coasting on a two- game lead in the AFC goes for its seventh consecutive victory with Baltimore providing the op- position. The Colts have been shut out three straight times by the Dolphins. Atlanta carries a four-game winning streak to where the revitalized Eagles have won three of their last four starts. Dallas will try to take advantage of sagging New York who nave Tost six straight games. Ron Waller makes his head coaching debut with San Diego against Denver. Waller re- placed Harland who re- mains as the Chargers' general earlier this week. Buffalo's 0. J. Simpson will be out to resume his assault on Jim Brown's season rushing record when the Bills host Cincinnati. Simpson was limited to 79 yards by New Orleans last week and now has with six games left to reach Brown's mark of riding high after scoring its first victory In IB games last gets a chance to make it two in a row with Cleveland providing the opposition. St. Louis hopes ex-Packer Donny who leads the NFL with 10 can cause some problems for his old Green Bay'pals. New York Jets hope to have quarterback Joe Namath back in action against New England. out with a shoulder separation since the second week of the has worked out all week. CANADA'S NO. 1 LOADER BOBCAT 4 WICVl PHONE 328-4765 IMi Lifts Fib Shncb ScMpt Swept to Rent wth or operator pricw AUTHORIZED DISTRIBUTOR C and J EQUIPMENT RENTALS 1410 2nd Ave. Lethbridge m ;