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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 13, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, 13, 1973 THI LtTHMIDGI HMAtD Shula gets 100th victory, Dolphins still unbeaten By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS "I'm proud to get 100 Miami coach Don Shula said, "but it is only really mean- ingful if it happened in a year we get a world championship." And the Dolphins looked ev- ery bit the champions Sunday. They slaughtered New England 52-0 to run their streak to nine victories without a defeat this National Football League sea- son. And more and more, it ap- pears the Dolphins are going to cruise through an entire season unscathed, a feat no team has achieved since Chicago Bears did it in 1942. In Sunday's other games, Philadelphia Eagles edged Houston Oilers 18-17, San Fran- cisco '49ers beat Baltimore Colts 24-21, Minnesota Vikings defeated Detroit Lions 16-14, Green Bay Packers clipped Chi- cago 23-17, Washington Red- skins whipped New York Giants 27-13, Dallas Cowboys outlasted St. Louis Cardinals 33-24, Pitts- burgh Sleelers topped Kansas City Chiefs 16-7, Oakland Raid- ers turned back Cincinnati Ben- gals 20-14, Atlanta Falcons rolled past New Orleans Saints 3S-20, Denver Broncos upset Los Angeles Rams 16-10 and New York Jets thrashed Buffalo Bills 41-3. In tonight's game, Cleveland Browns are at San Diego Chargers. Shula's players gave him the game ball after the destruction of the Patriots and Shula re- plied: "I'm happy to have re- ceived the game the one I want is at the end of the year." Mercury Morris rushed for 90 yards and three touchdowns and Marlin Briscoe caught a pair of scoring passes. Mean- while, the defence smothered Uie Patriots' attack, yielding FAST EFFICIENT SERVICE! just 92 yards rushing and 77 passing. The Dolphins can clinch an American Conference playoff all but wrap up the East Division Sun- day when they host the Jets. Tom Dempsey of Philadelphia kicked six field goals against the Oilers, one of 52 yards. Short sport MONZON TOUGH BUENOS AIRES (AP) World middleweight champion Carlos Monzon of Argentina, making good use of his greater height and reach, battered Benny Briscoe for 15 rounds U> retain his title with a unani- mous decision over the Phila- delphia challenger Saturday night. McBRIDE DEAD AT 85 CLEVELAND (Mickey) McBride, 85, who founded the Cleveland Browns' professional football team in 1946, died in hospital Friday night following a hear attack. McBride was a former presi- dent of the Yellow Cab Co. in Cleveland. He was born in Chicago and came to Cleveland in 1013 as circulation manager of the for- mer Cleveland News. He re- signed from the newspaper in 1930. PEZER TRIUMPHS WINNIPEG (CP) Vera Pezer of Saskatoon won a vic- tory in the battle of the sexes Sunday as she skipped, her foursome from Saskatoon to a 4-3 victory over Orest Meles- chuk of Winnipeg, men's world curling champion. NORTHCOTT SHARP RED DEER (CP) Ron Northcott of Calgary, a three- time world champion scored on an extra end to defeat Jack Isaman of Edmonton 7-6 and capture the first prize in the Red Deer Bonanza cash bonspiel Sunday. Johnny Unitas returned as Baltimore's quarterback for one play in the fourth quarter, and fumbled. San Francisco recov- ered on the Baltimore 49-yard line. Moments later, Steve Spur- rier threw his second touch- down of the game, a 25-yarder to Ted Kwalick that put the game out of reach. Fred Cox kicked a pair of fourth-quarter field goals to send Minnesota ahead of De- troit. With five seconds remain- ing, Lions' Errol Mann tried to kick a game-winning 33-yarder but Bobby Bryant stormed in to block it and preserve the vic- tory. The victory locked the Lions and Minnesota in second place in the NFC's Central Division behind the Packers who got a pair of quick first-period touch- downs, one of them set up by Ike Thomas' 89-yard kickoff re- turn, to beat Chicago. Larry Brown rolled up 106 yards for Washington, falling just five short of the mark for the season. After the Giants had scrambled back to lie the Redskins 13-13, Brown crashed over for touchdowns from four and five yards out to keep the 'Skins a game ahead of Dallas in the NFC East. COWBOYS STRUGGLE Four field goals by Tony Fritsch and Charlie Waters' two interceptions, one of them re- turned 28 yards for a touch- down, provided the Cowboys' margin over St. Louis. The Steelers, denied a title of any kind for 40 years, took a big step toward the AFC Cen- tral crown by beating the Chiefs and moving 1% games ahead of idle Cleveland and two ahead of the Bengals. Linebacker Jack Ham pounced on two Kansas City fumbles, paving the way to Roy Gerala's field goal and Franco Harris1 seven-yard touchdown run in a 13-pomt fourth quarter. Running back Charlie West ran for 146 yards on 25 carries and scored a touchdown to lead Oakland against the Bengals. Bob Berry, throwing for one touchdown and running for an- other, powered the Falcons to a 3.1-3 lead, then sat on the bench for the final 24 minutes as they held off the Saints. Manchester United turns trick Liverpool toppled 2-0 WHAT GOES UP A football fan casts one last glance at his landing site during blanket toss among students of Waierloo Collegiate Institute during half time at Sat- urday's game with St. Jerome's of Kitchener. Some ttu- dents were tossed more lhan 10 feet in air. LONDON (CP) Liverpool, the English League soccer leader, unbeaten in its previous 17 matches, was humbled 2-0 Saturday by last-place Man- chester United. Wyn Davies put United ahead just before half time and Ted MacDougall added a goal in the second half. Liverpool, in first! place with 24 points, had its lead cut to one point as both Leeds United and Arsenal won. Leeds kept sec- ond place on goal average with a 2-1 victory over Sheffield United. England forward Allan Clarke netted both Leeds goals. Arsenal had a 3-1 away vic- tory over Wolverhampton Wan- derers. Arsenal's scorers were John Radford with two and Peter Marinello. With London clubs Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur both held to 1-1 draws at home, New- castle United moved up among the leaders by whipping Bir- mingham City 3-0. Tommy Gibb put Newscastle ahead after 51 seconds. Pat Howard and Malcolm Macdo- nald were Newcastle's other scorers. Francis Lee scored twice in Manchester City's 3-2 victory at Everton. Don Rogers scored his sec- ond goal in successive games for Crystal Palace since being signed for hut the 2-2 draw at Dernby sent Palace back to the bottom of the stand- ings. Coventry City extended its un- beaten run to six matches by Aveiy Brunclage has his say MONTREAL (CP) The Winter Olympic .Games have outlived their uselulness, Avery Brundage, honorary president of the International Olympic Committee, said Sunday. Brundage made the comment at a news conference when he arrived here for a two-day visit. "There should only be one universal event, the Games Brundage told a news conference. The Winter Games "should never have been started in the first he said. beating West Ham United 3-1. Stoke City and Southampton provided the most goals in a 3-3 draw. In the Second Division, Burn- ley lost its status as the league's only unbeaten team, losing 2-1 at home to Orient. Celtic stayed on top of the Scottish First Division by crush- ing Motherwell 5-0. Harry Hood aaid Kenny Dalglish each scored twice. Motherwell centre-hall Willie McCallum provided Cel- tic's fifth goal by putting the ball into his own net. Rangers struggled to 1-0 win over Airdrieonians, the only team in the six English and Scottish divisions still without victory this season. Five min- utes from the end, AlCe Com scored the goal which earned Rangers the points. Don't send yourself short. This holiday season make sure your letter mail isn't Be certain that you have enough postage on the envelope. Here are the rates for mail under 1 oz. Canada and U.S.A. Letter mail (sealed first class) St. Unsealed greeting cards All other countries (air mall) Letter mail (sealed first class) Unsealed greeting Remember also the dales for holiday mail. December 13 for out-of-town and December 17 for in-town. For foreign surface letters and parcels, please consult your local postmaster, If you meet our deadlines, we'll meet yours. 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