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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 26, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Surprising Denver Broncos grab lead in west battle November 1171 Ttu LITHVMDQI HERALD n By The ASSOCIATED PRESS That it not a mistake in the National Football League The Denver coa really are in fint place. The Broncos climbed to the top of the American Football Standings NATIONAL LEAGUE L T Bufftlo N Eng NY Belt I DV1 Cm. Denver KC Sin Diego 2 140 WMh Dallas St NY In WVIIUM Qrn Bay N. San Clinched Miller regains touch Spain Johnny Miller regained his birdie touch shooting a five-under-par 67 to capture the individual championship at the World Cup Golf tourna- ment1 and lead the United States to its 12th team title in the 21-year-old competition. the U S. Open cham- birdied the first hole of the Nueva An- dalucia course and kept charg- ing right up to the end. He finished with a 72-hole total of 11 under for a three- stroke margin xiver Gary Player of South Africa and in- dividual honors. Jack Miller's U.S. struggled against an unruly hook throughout the round and needed a six-foot birdie putt at the 18th hole to finish one under par at 71 That tied him with Taiwan's Lu Liang-huan for third place in the individual standings at 281. Liang-huan also took a final-round 71 The U S team total was six strokes ahead of South Af- rica. defending was third at Argentina and Spain tied for fourth at 582 and Japan was sixth at 583 Hugh Baiocchi of South Af- with a final-round and Randall Wines of with a tied for fifth place among the individuals from 49 countries at 284 Conference West Division Sunday by beating Kaiuai City Chiefs 14-10. Denver turn- ed the trick on a pair of touchdown pastes 81 seconds apart from Charley Johnson to Haven Moaes. That moved the Broncos one-half game ahead of Kan- sas City and Oakland. The Raiders moved into that se- cond place deadlock with a 31-3 romp over San Diego. Cleveland Browns closed to within one half game of Pittsburgh at the top of the AFC Central beating the Steelers 21-16. In the Cin- cinnati Bengals moved only one game defeating St. Louis Cardinals 42-24. In other Los Angeles Rams defeated New Orleans Saints staying one game ahead of Atlanta-Falcons in the NFC West. The Falcons whipped New York Jets Minnesota Vikings belted Chicago Bears Buffalo Bills downed Baltimore Colts New England Patroits shut out Houston Oilers and Philadelphia Eagles topped New York Giants 20-16. Greg Pruitt's 19-yard TD run with 61 seconds left turned around Cleveland's game against Pittsburgh. Moments he had caught a 42- yard pass from Mike Phipps to set up the winning score. HONOR KASSULKE Minnesota's NFC Central Division champions mauled Chicago in a game they dedicated to longtime Viking defensive back Karl paralyzed in a pre season motorcycle accident confined to a made his first public appearance since the accident Ken Anderson pitched three touchdown passes leading Cin- cinnati over St. Louis George Atkinson returned an early recovered fumble 59 yards for a touchdown and Ken Stabler passed for two more Oakland scores in the Raiders' romp over San Diego. Los Angeles maintained its one game lead in the NFC West by coming from behind to overtake New Orleans John Hadl threw two TD passes for the the se- cond one putting 14 in front to stay late in the third period. Bob Lee passed for two touchdowns and Eddie Ray ran for two giving Atlanta its victory over the Jets and keeping the Falcons one game back of Los Angeles Joe Namath had three passes intercepted. O.J. CHASES RECORD Buffalo came from behind with a pair of touchdowns 23 seconds apart in the final 71 seconds to defeat Baltimore 24-17. Dwight Harrison return- ed an interception 31 yards for the deciding score 0. J. zeroing in on Jim Brown's single season rushing record of gamed 124 in 15 carries. That pushed his season total to 448 416 short of Brown with three games to play. Jim Plunkett passed for a pair of touchdowns as New Englang shut out Houston. Philadelphia's Tom Sullivan churned out 156 yards in a ground oriented attack that carried the Eagles to their' victory over New York Giants. Quarterback Roman Gabriel pursuing a sore threw only 15 passes all day but completed 10 of them for 156 yards and one TD. the Eagles gained 253 yards along the ground to earn the victory. Longhorns lose twice RED DEER The third period continued to haunt the Lethbridge Longhorns as they dropped a pair of Alberta Junior Hockey League games on the weekend. Saturday night the i-mighorns gave up a 6-3 deci- sion to the Calgary Canucks at the Henderson Lake Ice Centre while Sunday they suf- fered a 9-4 the Rustlers in Red Deer On both oc- the Longhorns were outscored 4-1 in the final period of play. In Red peer Sunday Barry Lassiter with three goals and Ron Lecuyer with two paced the Rustlers to their 94 vic- tory over the Longhorns. Kelly Rod Doug Gillespie and Bob Haldane added singles. Reply- ing for Lethbridge were Greg Bernie Randy Joevenazzo and Terry Roberts. Red Deer led 3-1 at the end of the first period and main- tained its two-point advan- entering the third period with a 5-3 lead. The Rustlers outshot the Longhorns 48-30 and each team was assessed four minor penalties and two majors The win gave Red Deer a six-point lead over the Pass Red Calgary Canucks and Edmonton Mets who are tied for second place in the league standings. Meanwhile at Henderson Lake Ice Centre Saturday the Longhorns showed they're still carrying around the third period jinx The 'locals sported a one- goal edge after the opening period and were held to a 2-2 tie before the disastrous third. During the final the visitors outscored the locals 4- 1 while outshooting them by a slim 8-5 count. Dale Colborne and Jerry Bancks led the Calgary attack with a pair of goals while Dean MacGee and Mike Haworth chipped in with singles. Brent Brad Cox and Joevenazzo replied for the Longhorns who picked up four of seven minor infractions and were outshot 22-21. hi Edmonton the Mets defeated the Pass Red Devils 4-2 in a game played Sunday. Paul Gary Rick and Bob Sokolowski scored for the Mets while Rick Austin and Ganging up on McGowan George McGowan of the Edmonton Eskimos finds himself the centre of atten- tion on this play Sunday during the Grey Cup game A. those Ottawa Rough Riders trying to stop him are Wayne Giardlno John Kruspo and Jerry Campbell Wayne Turner replied for the Red Devils. Edmonton led 1-0 at the end of the first and going into the third period. Mike in the Pass faced 38 shots while Mets' goalie Jim Bowman handled 27 shots The Pass took a misconduct and seven of 13 minor penalties. In Edmonton John Hawkins with two goals led the Pass Red Devils to a 54 victory over Edmonton Mets in league play Saturday. Grant Lyle Murray and Wayne Turner added single goals to the winn- ing cause. Rick Paul Gary Rissling and Joe Poplawski replied for Edmonton Each team took seven minor penalties and one ma- jor The Pass outshot Ed- monton 30-23 ALBERTA JUNIOR Dumont battles Albert all tied up by an unidentified Cal- gary battles for a loose puck Saturday night in Alberta Junior Hockey League action The Long- horns dropped a 6-3 decision to the Canucks after holding the Calgary club to a 2-2 tie after two periods. Latchford strikes again Red Deer The Pass Calgary Edmonton Drumheller Lethbridge W L T F A 15 6 12 8 12 10 12 11 7 13 5 15 0 105 72 30 0 77 69 24 0 112 91 24 0 114 108 24 1 79 101 15 1 74 122 11 CALOARY 6 LETHBRIDGE 3 First period 1 Cleland 1 41 Penalties Johnson Second period 2 Cox 7 3 Colborne 4 Bancks 9 13 Penalties Howarth Krlkke Third period 5 MaGee 3 6 Joe- venazzo 7 Colborne 8 8 Bancks 12 9 Haworth 17 14 Penalties Clemens LONDON Bob bearded.striker of the Birmingham City soccer had his second three- goal game in four days Satur- as his team upset Leicester 3-0 The win put Birmingham even on points with West but they still share last place in the English First Division The top teams all drew. Leeds preserved its un- defeated record with a 0-0 tie at Derby and is ahead with 29 points with 17 games. Four Everton and are bracketed together in second place with the other who all earn- ed a point each. Latchford has suddenly emerged as the goalscorer of the although Birm- ingham is still struggling grimly to stay in the First Division. Last Latchford scored three goals in the se- cond half to give Birmingham a 3-1 win over Ipswich in the League Cup. He repeated the feat Saturday with three goals against Leicester. Leicester was holding Bir- mingham well when Latchford struck unexpected- ly five minutes before half- time. Bob Hatton pushed the ball through and Latchford shot past Peter England's goalkeeper. The second goal in the 52nd minute was a long shot from Gerry Francis which struck Latchford and almost knocked him over. But he recovered his balance to drive a fierce nghtfoot shot through Shilton's hands. Francis brilliantly set up the chance for Latchford to head No 3. without a goal in its previous 645 minutes of league recaptured the scoring habit by beating Sheffield United 3-1. David Coventry's recent recruit from scored twice Another team on the up- grade was Chelsea who shattered Southampton 4-0 with goals from Ian Chris Garland and Steve with two. The outlook is bleak for West now barely above Birmingham at the bottom of the table after a 3-1 mauling by Arsenal. Norwich who parted company with manager Ron Saunders last gained a valuable point in the fight against relegation with a 0-0 draw against Manchester United Saunders meanwhile saw his new Manchester beaten 2-1 by Ipswich Town. Complete Car Inside and Out. CYLINDER HEAD .SERVICE MAJOR TUNE-UP EXHAUST SYSTEM CHARGING SYSTEM COOLING SYSTEM SERVICE FRONT END SERVICE WINDSHIELD WIPER SERVICE BATTERY SERVICE STARTER SYSTEM LUBE AND OIL CHANGE SHOCK ABSORBER REPLACEMENT TIRE REPAIR AND TIRE ROTATION WHEEL BEARING AND SEAL SERVICE FUEL AND CARBURETOR SYSTEM BRAKE SERVICE HEADLIGHT ALIGNMENT WHEEL BALANCING Here's what you can wherever you see the Complete Car Care exacting standards of automotive repairs. 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