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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 29, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD Monday, October 29, 1973 Rams suffer first loss of season Vikings emerge undefeated By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Minnesota Vikings emerged Sunday as the National Foot- ball League's only unbeaten team through seven games, defeating Los Angeles Rams 10-9 while New Orleans Saints and Philadelphia Eagles pull- ed off major upsets Fred Cox kicked a 15-yard field goal and Fran Tarkenton tossed a nine-yard touchdown pass to Chuck Foreman to give the Vikings a 10-0 lead and Minnesota's ferocious defence made it stand up, limiting the Rams to David Ray field goals of 30, 35 and 47 yards Foreman rushed for 84 yards and capped an 80-yard drive with his scoring catch that turned out to give the Vikings the winning edge. Nate Wright and Jeff Wright, meanwhile, intercepted two John Hadl passes and Carl Eller blocked Ray's second- period field goal attempt from 32 yards out. Bill McClard. who joined New Orleans at midweek, kicked field goals of 35. 43. 30 and 37 yards and Archie Manning tossed a nine-yard touchdown pass to fullback Bill Butler, carrying the Saints to a stunning 19-3 vic- tory over Washington Curt Knight's 35-yard field goal in the fourth quarter kept the Redskins from being shut out. Quarterback Roman Gabriel threw two touchdown passes and scored once on a sneak as the Eagles stunned Dallas Cowboys 30-16. The Eagles posted 27 points in the first half as Gabriel hit Harold Carmichael with touchdown passes of six and 10 yards and dove over from the one and Torn Dempsev kicked a pair of field goals And Houston's futility continued Ike Hill's 95-yard kickoff return capped a three- touchdown explosion in a 95- second span which swept Chicago Bears to a 35-14 vic- tory over the Oilers, who suf- fered their 18th straight regular-season defeat and seventh this year. In Sunday's other games, Pittsburgh Steelers defeated Cincinnati Bengals 20-13 but lost starting quarterback Terrv Bradshaw with a broken collarbone, Detroit Lions clawed Green Bay Packers 34-0, Atlanta Falcons smothered San Francisco '49ers 17-3, Denver Broncos dumped New York Jets 40-28, Miami Dolphins mauled New England Patriots 30-14, St. Louis Cardinals downed New York Giants 35-27, Oakland Raiders beat Baltimore Colts 34-21 and San Diego Chargers Big weekend for Donohue RIVERSIDE. Calif. (AP) Mark Donohue, having one of the big weekends of his career, won the third event, in the International Race of Champions Sunday and led five other drivers into the series' final race in Florida next February. Later, Donohue said he will retire from car racing after the final event at Daytona to become head of Roger Penske's program. Bobby Unser, 1968 In- dianapolis 500 winner, finished second. Third place went to Brazil's Emerson Fittipaldi, but the 1972 world driving champion failed by a single point to make the final heat in the four-race series Fourth place went to stock car ace David Pearson, and fifth to George Follmer, the 1972 Can-Am Challenge Cup road racing champ Unser and Follmer wound up the three-race segment at Riverside International Raceway as the big points winners, each with 29 Donohue and Peter Revson, the 1971 Can-Am titleholder, were tied with 25 each Pearson had 24 and Foyt 22 The three races at River- side paid each, with Donohue picking up Follmer and Unser Follmer, Unser, Donohue, Revson. Pearson and Foyt will race for at Daytona Beach Feb. 15, with going to the winner They will drive the same specially-prepared Porsche Carrera sports cars they used in the three Riverside races. They will compete on a 3 81- mile track-road course that utilizes the high banks of the Daytona International Speedway and a flat infield section. Donohue won Saturday's first race, finished last in the second heat, then came back Sunday to start from the front row position, from which he took the lead and was never headed Eliminated from the Febru- ary final were Denis Hulme, Gordon Johncock, Richard Petty, Bobby Allison and Roger McCluskey tied Cleveland Browns 16-16. Reserve quarterback Terry Hanratty, who succeeded Bradshaw, connected on a 51- yard touchdown pass to Ron Shanklin with 50 seconds left before halftime, wiping out a 6-3 Cincinnati lead and pave the way to the Steelers' vic- tory Altie Taylor rushed for 160 yards and a touchdown and Steve Owens and Mel Farr also ran for a touchdown apiece for Detroit while the Lions' defence limited Green Bay's total offense to just 89 yards. Atlanta quarterback Bob Lee threw to Ken Barrow for touchdowns passes of 51 and 22 yards to beat the '49ers JOHNSON CONNECTS Charley Johnson passed for touchdowns of 15 yards to Gene Washington and 21 to Riley Odoms, then Steve Ramsey broke the back of a third-quarter Jets' rally with a 76-yard bomb to Haven Moses in Denver's victory. Miami, stung by two New England touchdowns in the first quarter, rallied with the help of three field goal by Garo Yepremian and touchdown runs by Mercury Morris and Larry Csonka. Jim Hart fired four touch- down passes, including three to fleet Mel Gray, as the Car- dinals snapped a four-game losing streak and handed the Giants their fifth straight set- back Ken Stabler tossed touchdown passes of 27 yards to Mike Siani and nine yards to Bob Moore while picking apart Baltimore's defence for 25 completions in Oakland's triumph Ray Wersching's 16-yard field goal with 30 seconds remaining gave San Diego its tie with the Browns Tonight, Kansas City Chiefs face Bills in Buffalo. A REGULAR GUY Delivering newspapers isn't the toughest part of a carrier's job. But, collecting for those papers and paying his bill on time is, simply because he has no control over his customer's response when he comes to collect. He wants to keep his collections on a regular basis, but if you make him call back two or three times, his schedule is disrupted, and he can't do his job right. You can help him be a regular guy by having the money ready when he comes to collect the very first time. And, after all, shouldn't we be setting an example for these young people when it comes to paying bills on time? The Lethbridge Herald TO POWDER OUft N06E9, PET- Begin to show heels Leeds United moving LONDON (Reuter) Rirst Division leaders Leeds United pulled further away from the pack with a 1-0 victory over Manchester City in their English League soccer match today Mick Bates scored the winn- ing goal after 75 minutes and Leeds now has taken 23 points from a possible 26 and is un- beaten this season after 13 league games. While Leeds won, nearest rivals Burnley and Derby County were both held to scoreless draws. Second- placed Burnley could do no more than take one point from its home game against Manchester United and Der- by, playing for the first time under new manager Dave MacKav was held by West Ham United. Everton moved up to join Burnley and Derby on 18 points with a 2-0 win over Bir- mingham Goalkeeper Gary Sprake, Birmingham's recent signing from Leeds, had an unhappy game, scoring on his own goal when he pushed a cross from John Connolly into his net. The big London Derby match between Queen's Park Rangers and Arsenal resulted in a 2-0 win for newly promoted Rangers. It was Rangers' first home win of the season, their previous five all having ended in draws. Don Givens and Stan Bowles scored the goals which took Rangers to their win over Arsenal, who are still searching for the form which carried them to the league and cup double in 1971. Young defender Brendan Batson was booked in the 52nd minute for a dangerous challenge on Rangers goalkeeper Phil Parkes and two minutes later deflected the ball for Givens to shoot his side in front Coventry continued to falter after an ambitious start to the season, losing 3-0 at Stoke, and Tottenham suffered another home defeat, going down 2-0 to Newcastle. Stewart Barraclough and Tommy Gibb scored for New- castle, now fifth in the table. Ipswich, whose 4-0 win over Lazio Roma was the best English performance in Euro- pean competition Wednesday, kept up its impressive form with a 2-0 home win over Wolverhampton Wanderers. Peter Morris missed a penalty for Ipswich but seven minutes later made amends with his side's first goal. League champions Liver- pool stepped into sixth place in the table after Kevin Keegan, who scored in the 27th minute, earned them a 1-0 home win over Sheffield. Middlesbrough stayed at the head of the Second Division after beating Millwall 1-0 through a Malcolm Smith goal Trojan chances vanish By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The stretch drive for college football's national cham- pionship in the United States looms as a six-team race following Saturday's dethron- ing of sixth-ranked Southern California. "This eliminates our chances for No coach John McKay said after eighth- ranked Notre Dame ended the defending champion Trojan's 23-game unbeaten streak with a 23-14 triumph Big scores were the order of the weekend as the top five teams in The Associated Press ratings powered their way to victory. Top-ranked Ohio State smashed Northwestern 60-0, runner-up Alabama slaughtered Virginia Tech 77- 6, No 3 Oklahoma battered Kansas State 56-14; fourth- ranked Michigan trounced Minnesota 34-7, and No 5 Penn State walloped West Virginia 62-14 Missouri, rated seventh, lost its unbeaten status, bow- ing to unranked Colorado 17- 13 Ohio State and Northwestern were scoreless after one period but the Buckeyes broke loose for nine touchdowns in the second and third quarters before a record Ohio Stadium crowd of Alabama backs galloped for 743 yards, surpassing the mark of 711 set by Oklahoma two years ago. And the 828 total yards bettered the 798 by Vanderbilt against Davidson in 1969 Alabama scored 10 of the first 13 times it had the ball As far as Kansas State's Vmce Gibson is concerned, Oklahoma is No. 1 "I said before we played them that they probably are No 1 in the Gibson said "Now that we've played them, I know they are snowmobile buyer's guide Finding a si that'll stand up to winter, year after year, no trouble at all. The machine you're looking for has been around for a long time. It's called Olympique. And of the million snow- mobiles Ski-Doo has made, it accounts for about one out of three That adds up to a lot of Olympique sleds And a lot of experience at makins them reliable Reliability is standard equipment Foi years. Olympique has had a reputation among snowmobilcrs as the standard of reliability against which all other ma- chines were measured For a very good leason You could count on -t not to let you down when the going got tough Atrue story of toughness It was because of that reputation that Olympique became involved in perhaps the most punishing ride evei to test a snowmobile. The Expedition to the North Pole In the Arctic Spring of 1968. lour Olympique machines, loaded down wilh men and supplies set out to battle through deep snow, lagged ice and temperatures as low as 62 degrees below zero. Forty-three days and 830 incredible miles later, they made it to the Top of the World. Still going strong. 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