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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 16, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THI IETH8RIDGE HERALD Monday, 16, 1977 g Dolpliins manage lo keep iitibealeti siring Griese may .be out for the rest of season Oklahoma lulls Texas' Wishbone T THi; ASSOrlATKil PKKSS Kechkins sUmur.wl SI. I.oilis mark of a good football I Cincinnati lien- team .Miami coadi Don Simla pals stuns: Kauris I'ity Chiefs said ''is wiuU it can do under I Uncaija Hours humbled adverse conditions ami vou I Clt-vflaiid Braves 17-11. Minnc- can't adverse tbmi sola Vikings overluildecl Denver twill" a quarterback out there I Broncos SIMM. Oakland Haulers lying mi the field." defealed liiiflalo Bills 23-10 It was Bob Griese tti lio was i Orange Howl's was lying out artificial turf Sunday. The vic- tim of u Deacon Junes tackle that resulted in a fractured leg Atlanta Falcons tupped Now Orleans Saints 21-H. In tonight's game. Green Bay Packers face the Lions in DC troit. "It's a role I've phived he-fore." The 17-year NFL veteran did just (liat at Baltimore (or several years, hacking up Johnny Unitas. Miami got him from the Culls for the SI 00 waiver price last April. Craig Morton of Dallas had what called "mv host quite n ivliilc" as the Cow-buys smothered tile Colls in a rematch (if Super Howl V. He completed of :u> passes it) (if them in a low in one stretch for 2711 yards. Among them were louchdcnvu strikes lo Calvin Hill and Hon Sellers. Rookie Krancn Harris ripped through tiie Oilers lor one of them pood for the i po-ahead louchdown, Terry Braclshaw passed 11 yards to Frank Lewis for PUtshurgh's second touchdown and ran eight yards fo- the final one. j Emerson Boozer and John Higgins comhined for yards rushing and four touchdowns on the ground as the .lets won. 1 'IVmiis slur iniirlil and dislocated ankle which will MOUALE UOOSTEK likely keep the Dolphin quarter- ''Let's keep It together let's hack out of the rest of the Na-j keep it moving." Motrall said when lie joined the downcast huddle after BOCA RATON, Fla. (AP) Billie Jean King, a star on the tennis tour, may be suffering from monouuclcosis Larry King said. "She could hardly finish her match against Chris Kvert yesterday, but she was determined she wasn't go- had been taken to the Adeline her fcx-i ing to walk off the court until it And he kept Miami together, eight of his 10 pass- when back-up quarterback Llarl j e.s, two of them for touch- Morrall threw two touchdown of IS yards to Howard Twilley and 19 yards Saturday by Florida girl the 17-year-old semi-final match of the Virginia Slims championships. "Billic Jean was very close (o Leslie Hunt on the tour, and I Ur Till; ASSOCIATED PUESS The second-ranked Oklahoma i Sootiers not only put Hie clamps i on Texas's famed Wishbone of- 41 carries, but came up with two big dL'fen.sive plays in Sat- urday's 27-D triumph over the IGth-ratcd Longhorns and kept pace in the United States col- lege football race with top- rated Southern California, a M winner over California. With Oklahoma clinging to a 3-0 -lead in the third quarter, tackle Derlaml Moore blocked a quick kick by Alan Lowry from the Texas 15 and Lucious Sel- nion flopped on it in the end 7one for a touchdown. In tlie fourth quarter, Gary Baccus batted a Texas piichout into tlie end 7one and Moore fell on i for the final six-pointer. The victory kept Oklahoma the only major team that hasn1 which permitted 217 points while finishing second nation- iilly to Nebraska last season, :ias yielded only two field goals ;his year while outscoring four opponents Sam Cunningham and Mike lae each ran for two touch- downs mid Pal linden passed lo Charles Young for Iwo more as Southern Cal whipped Califor- nia with Its newly-coined I-bone an option from the I-formation. Elsewhere, third-ranked Ala- bama trimmed Florida 24-7, McCafferty out BALTIMORE (AP) Don McCafferty, who directed Balti- more Colts to a Super Bowl title as a rookie head coach in 1970, was fired today by the National Football league team. Defensive line coach John Sandusky, who like McCafferty has been with the Colts since 1959, was named head coach No. 4 Ohio State trounced Il- linois 20-7, fifth-rated Michigan blanked Michigan State 10-0, No. 6 Nebraska mauled Mis- s o ii r i 62-0, seventh-ranked Notre Dame drubbed Pitt 42-10 and Louisiana State, rated eighth, defeated ninth-ranked Auburn 35-7. TARE A GENTLE LAXATIVE From the makers of Take gentle-acting Ni... Nature's remedy! isan all-vegetable laxative. Forever hR has heen givingfolks relief overnight. lomorro'iY alright! passes to carry the Dolphins to a 21-10 victory over Sati Diego Chargers. In other games, Dallas Cowboys silenced Balti- more Colls -1-0, Pittsburgh Sleelers Houston Oilers to Paul Before he'd come on, Dick Anderson had put the Dol- phins on top 10-3. racing 35 yards with n recovered fumble r a score. "Don Simla bronchi me dovni 2-1-7, New York Jets blasted j here to be ready and to step in New Patriots 41-1! Dick Suderman. a defensive end with i Edmonton Eskimos of the j Western Football Conference, was in critical condition in hos- I pital Sunday night with head in- juries. Eskimos peneral manager Norm Kimball said Suderman. 31. was admitted to hospital after collapsing Sunday morn- ing. It was not known if the in- juries were connected with his playing in a game against Brit- ish Columbia Lions al Van- couver Saturday night. Kimball quoted hospital offi- cials as saying they believed there was internal bleeding in Sudermnn's head. Suderman (raderl to the Kskimos by Calgary Stampc- dcrs for rookie. Dave Herbert last week. A seven-year vet- eran of the Canadian Football League, the University of West- em Ontario graduate was named outstanding non-import in the Grey Cup game which Calgary won last year. He was I picked by Calgary in the 19G4 j college draft and traded to Hamilton Tiger Cats of the j Eastern Conference in 19G9. He did not play that year and re- 1 turned to Calgary in BTQ. 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