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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 TKH UTHBRIDGE HERALO Stiluidoy, October 7, 1972 goal liiu'ii: umTIT 'iijiainst I hi1 Kedskins at ialal 1'ri'ss Skirls against the Colts al Ballimmi i-.v KuglaiKt Patriots are i Chicago Bears against the king Inlk-vers mte otio of Backers at Green Hay, St. iv'st nl the National Cardinals against I h e U'Miu1. Not Iliat ihey're-vikings at Minnesota ami Liixvkvt team ever. Only Orleans Saints at New York to ybe they're leading a face the Gianls. On Monday rmed life. [night Oakland Haiders oppose -'irst it was Atlanta the oilers in Houston. "AVK S ii was Washington Redskins. lusing also m a missed fiekl Nov. it's tl'c Buffalo Bills' j Uirn to Icy split the uprights ni the ri.ivt. time lor that matter, at any They're i cumins; off a 1T-U shutout ad- I ministered by Baltimore Colls, j Net HIP Hills are the worst team in the American I Conference. n y offensively, But they're righl in there with Ihe rest of Ihem on defence, in the conference tn be exact. Tlic I'ort of SurJay's games have Miami Dolphins against the Jets in New York. Pitts- burgh Sice-lei's vs. the Cowboys at Dallas. Detroit Lions up the Falcons al Atlanta, Denver Eivr.cns against the Kengiils at (.'indrmali, Kansas City Chiefs meeting tiie Browns at Cleveland. San Francisco U'crs vs. the? Hams at Los Angeles. Philadelphia Eagles LIABILITY BONDS AUTO FIRE ROSS1TER AGENCIES The Bills have some exciting bright spots. J. D. Hill is the AFC's pass receiver with 16 for 2-13 yards and Q. J. Simp- son is its third host ground gainer with 237 yards on til cai S But the man who's supposes i lo nm the whole sliow on tin field, quarterback Dennis is last among the cu encc's lo passers. He has hit i only of his (55 passes for a W.i percentage and has seven of them picked oli, three others have gone for I ouch- The outcotuc ol tiie AFC L iat could hinge on the Jets-Dolpjnn confrontation. New York's Joe N a math is sure to try and pick i apart Miami's zone defence 10 similar to the zone ho demo- lished in Baltimore two ML ki 1 I ago. I BuL Bob Griese might come out on top when Ihe dus set tlas. While he's seventh among conference i> operating against a New York defence (hat happens lo be the worst in the AFC in slopping an aerial attack reliefs of how the p i goes, the running is almost .certain to go on and on. John i Riggins of the Jets is tops in the conference ground with Miami's Larry CVonk a rifiht on his heels. Thr i s arc up n a ins I nre 'he lop n R r 1 r r back Tern' BracLshnw. Graham ahead four Second straight 67 INZM, Japan David Graham of Australia overcame wind and rain to shoot a second straight 67 Friday and take a four-stroke load after two rounds of the Pacific Masters golf tournament. Graham, the Cleveland Open inner who now lives in Holly- wood, Fla., fired tour birdies and no bogeys on the par-71 Sobu Country Cub course for his 67 and 134 total. Tied for second at 138 were American pros Gay Brewer, with a second-round 71 and Homcro Blancas, with a 67 after a 32 on (he back nine. Phil Ttodgers, the first-round leader in the world's richest tournament, with a first of stumbled to a tlirce over-par 74 for 140 and a fourth-place lie with Graham Marsli of Australia, Takaslu Murakami of Japan and fellow American Dave Douglass. Marsh had a 72, Murakami a 71 and Douglass a 70, Lee Trevino, the pre-tourna- mcnt favorite, shot a 71 and was lied al 142 with seven olh- Gene Littler, playing liis firsl -ournament sirxe an operation on Ms left arm, shot a 71 and was in a 10-way tic for 1811) place at 143. "The rain certainly bothered me, bul my putting was said Graham. missed the green four times but finished with pars." rain and wind didn't bother me." said Brewer. "I played conservatively in the rain, f played well until tho 13til but finished badly." "The rain and wind were no trouble for said Trevino. "Mexican people have pa- tience. The only tiling that troubled me was my score." All 84 golfers from eight na- tions will play the entire 72 holes. Independent Order of Foresters Curling will begin SUNDAY, OCTOBER 22 1.00 P.M. Complete teams or separate names will be accepted PLEASE CONTACT ED OBER 328-3216 THE WHQOOIE THING II was with ome measure MOM dint Montreal Sior SporU Columnist John Robertson TIip mairi nccomprinierJ by Russian d rnssing, tiiflinq virtory for HIFJ Soviel leom against Team Canada year FINE FOODS OPEN 7 DAYS ada Hockey League title in tine of thinly disguised opprehen- experiencerf luncli Tliursday, ted of o column vrotc pie- (CP Wirephoro) ive up seven a 7-0 and begin to enjoy these services at your Abridge Central Credit 9 SHARE SAVINGS C SPECIAL O TERM DEPOSITS O CHEQUING ACCOUNTS O UTILITY BILLS ACCEPTED COMMISSIONER FOR OATH -FREE TO MEMBERS MONEY ORDERS TRAVELLERS CHEQUES e SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES C NIGHT DEPOSITORY FIRE AND LIABILITY INSURANCE -MEMBERS ONLY LOANS FOR ALL PROVIDENT AND PRODUCTIVE PURPOSES If You Borrow S 500 S1000 SI 500 S2000 S25CO S3000 S50QQ Total Dollar Cost 33.10 97.67 194.62 If You Monthly Tolol Repay Over Payments Repayment 12 months 44.43 S 533.10 18 months S 60.00 24 monlhj S 70.61 30 monthi 77.50 S 324.83 30 monlhi 96.83 S2906.08 S 406.08 35 mcnlhi 99.65 S 587.09 60 months Sill.22 56673.20 for olher amount and lermi enquire ol the office. All rates are on Ihe basri of a true 12% per annum. Annual Roto Your Loons are covered by Life insurance and TOTAL PERMANENT Disability Best of oil, your Credit Union payi for ihis Insurance JOIN TODAY! JUST CALL AT THE LETHBRIDGE CENTRAL OFFICE ON 8lh ST. S. FOR FULL DETAILS! OFFICE HOURS Monday through Thursday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday 9 a.m. lo 7 p.m. LFTHBRIDGE CENTRAL CREDIT UN5GN 311 8th St. S.- Phone 327-4775 j stnitouf over Vancouver Nats Kdmontcm. While the Oil Kings were. blanking Vancouver, Swift Cur-! rent Broncos thumped Regius Pats 7-2 and Saskatoon Blades edged Flin Flon 5-1 in I a hard-fought tussle in Saska- toon. The Nats, who have allowed 18 goals in losses, were never in the game. John Ho- gers anrl Handy Smith recorded two goals apiece for the oil Kings, while Terry McDonald, Mike Will anriv Wayne Perkins added one each. Goalie Larry Kendrick blocked 20 shots for his shutout, while former Oil King Jack Cummings stopped 23 Edmon- i ton shots. Edmonton took nine of the 15 penalties. Saskatoon blew a 3-1 lead and needed a goal by Danny Arndt at of the third period to defeat Ftin Flon. After a scoreless first period, the Blades took a 3-1 second- period lead, hut the Bombers rallied in Ihe final period to make it 4-4 before Arndt scored the winner. ABGRAIX SCORES TWO Dennis Abgrall scored two for Saskatoon, while Arndt, Garth Dietrick and Russ Walker added the others. At Hillier, Ulaine Stoughton Doug Flicks and Eon Andruf] scored for Flin Flon- Roger Swanson stopped 31 for Flin Flon, while Ed Humphreys kicked out 28 shots for Saska 1 toon. The clubs split four fight I ing majors, with Flin Flon tak ing seven of 11 minors. Swift Current won easily a home over Kegina. The Broncos scored fou goyls in the first period am added two more in the secom before Regina finally gut on tb Scoreboard- third-perior goals bv Dennis Sobchuk Clark ULllies. Brent Lcavins and Terr McDougall each scored two fo the winners, wlule Brian Bad Terry Ruskowski and Dave Wi liams contributed one cacti. Henry Durkin stopped It-l Re- gina shols, while Ed and Ernie Mercier in Ihe gina blocked 38. Each team took two major penalties, with Swift Current getting five of the nine minors. HERE THE NEW, COFFEE BAR AT FAMILY GAMES Games for Pleasure Coffee and Light Snacks REMEMBER 818 3rd REMEM8ER il The i Over iVi MILLION DOLLARS in Assets "IT'S WHERE YOU BELONG" A.VS l.KAII Onl. iCl SLntes Irani I'anfirf.-j hy Mu- rnntchcs [n Uvi) in ;jn inlcrnational game Fri- day which opened (he Ihree-dny i Centra] Canada table tennis championships in nearby Pel- i ham. The I'.S. (earn was made of throe players from New York City while Caruda represented by Ihrtc men from 1 'I'oiTKito. 'f'hr Amtjiric.'ins i AlfT Shc-rohi, I'-rrnl CARES r TO FIND OUT You arc invited to attend a public hearing Wednesday, October llth (Edmonton) Thursday, October 12th (Calgary) From a.m. to p.m. in the Social Room JUBILEE AUDITORIUM lo listen to the presentation of submissions prepared by concerned citizens and associations. Jamison, Chairman Censorship Board ;