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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 30, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THF irnlBRIPCE MEKAIB Snlunlny, Oitolm 30, 1971- Hears meat Cowboys, Haiders host Chiefs Some great battles set for Sunday afternoon By TIIK ASSOCIATED PRESS The National Football U'ague's little old schedulc- niuktr e.'inie up with a couple of dandies lo headline this week- end's action as the season reaches the halfway point. First, there is the showdown between Kansas City Chiefs and Oakland Raiders, who share the American Conference's West Hi- vision lead with identical records. And then there is the matchup between Miami Dol- phins, leaders in the AFC Hast, and Los Angeles Rams, top in the NFC West. And then, to sweeten the package, the schedule has Den- ver Broncos meeting Philadel- phia Eagles with both teams coining off big victories last week, and an interesting mat- chup between Chicago Bears and Dallas Cowboys, both a sur- prising 4-2. Elsewhere Sunday, Atlanta Falcons are at Cleveland DART LEAGUE CHAMPS The Legion threesome of, from left, Florence Wakelirt, Anne Wolstoncroft and Phyllis Spence won the Lethbridge Women's Dart League iiile recently. The three gals were honored at a gathering at the Legion. Also honored at the gathering was Helen McQuaig (inset) the top scorer of the year. Canadian horses continue to dominate WASH1NGTON (AP) Cana-1 rode her mount around the ob- Jian horses continued to domi- stacle course in 53.4 seconds Date the 13th annual Washington International Horse Show Fri- Jay night as Barbara Simpson rode Australis to victory in the lumpers, fault and out, class. Llambi, publicity director for an Argentine newspaper, won the international jumper event on Monday. ronto, astride Hombre, was fourth; Ian Millar, of Aylmer Que., was fifth. Jim Day of Hornby, Ontario captain of the C a n a d i a r PARTS AND SERVICE SERVICE NUMBER 8 A.M. to 10 P.M. Monday thru Friday If requested we will store your unit for the winter. SOUTHERN ALBERTA All Tractors ond Power Units Pickup _ AT NO CHARGE! Power Units Dyno Test S2.00 Injection Pump Overhauls 10% Discount All Engines STEAM CLEANED BONUS HAND SPOT LAMP DYNO TEST "GAS" TRACTORS AND COMPLETE TUNE-UP From Nov. 1, 1971 to Nov. 15, 197] NO CHARGEI On all motor truck (tor A INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER SERVICE CENTRE 304 Stafford Drive, leihbridfjB, Alberta notn 327-3125 YOUR ONE STOP SERVICE CENTRE Browns, Minnesota Vikings play 1 ho Giants at New York, Pitts- burgh Steclers play at Balti- more Colts, Cincinnati Bengals are at Houston Oilers, St. Louis Cardinals meet the Bills at Buf- falo, New Orleans Saints are at Washington Redskins, New Eng- land Patriots play at San Fran- cisco MBcrs and New York Jets arc at San Diego Chargers. In Monday night's game, De- troit Lions nlay Green Bay Packers at Milwaukee. WIN FIVE STRAIGHT The dream match is the Oakland affair, with both teams battling for the top spot in the AFC West and sporting similar records. Both clubs dropped their openers and have won five straight since. Kansas City is led by Len Dawson, the conference's No. 1 passer and Otis Taylor, the No. 2 receiver. Oakland has gotten quality rushing from Marv Hub- bard, who scored three touch- downs against Cincinnati last week. There's another interesting matchup within this game with Gene Upshaw, Oakland guard, likely to be running interference for UK Raider rushers squarely into his brother, Marvin Up- shaw, who plays defensive end for Kansas City. Miami and Los Angeles both take winning streaks into their inter-conference clash. The Dol- phins have won three straight to move ahead of Baltimore in the AFC East, while the Rams have captured four in a row after a stumbling start and taken a one-half game lead over San Francisco in the NFC West. Miami has two power runners in Jim Kiick and Larry Csonka who have both gained more than 100 yards rushing and both times on the same day season. LA's Roman Gabriel fired three TD passes in last week's victory over the Packers. Denver stunned Cleveland with a 27-0 shutout last Sunday and Philadelphia won its first game of the season, beating the Giants 23-7. Dallas, which figured to be better than its current 4-2 log, will try something new, alter- nating quarterbacks Craig Mor- ton and Roger Staubach on play with coach Tom Lan- dry calling all the plays from the bench against Chicago. The Bears are down to their third-string quarterback, left- hander Bobby Douglass, but ha pulled out a victory over Detroit last week. Boston loses first By THE CANADIAN PRESS Boston Braves suffered their first defeat in seven American Hockey League games but maintained1 a one-point lead Fri- day as the East Division race tightened considerably. the Braves were shut out 2-0 by Springfield Kings, who climbed into a three-way tie for second place with Nbva Scotia Voyageurs and Rochester Americans, each with 10 points. The Voyageurs tied 3-3 with Baltimore Clippers at Balti- more, while Rochester managed a home-ice 5-5 tie with Provi- dence Reds. Hershey Bears continued to dominate to the West Division, but had to struggle from behind to gain a 2-1 decision over Uie last-place Tidewater Wings in a game played at Hampton, Va. Wayne Rivers, the league's leading goal scorer, got his 10th and llth of the season to give the Kings their upset victory. Billy Smith, a second-year pro, earned his second shutout or" the season with 23 saves. The Braves, nettled by nine consecutive penalties, deliber- ately put an extra player on the ice to create an unusual ending to the game. The referee awarded Springfield a penalty shot but defenceman Brian Gib- bons shot wide at the net. There were only three sec- onds remaining as Duke Harris rammed in a goal giving the Americans the tie that extended Rochester's undefeated streak to five games. Ed Hatoum, John Cunniff, Greg Boddy and Richard Len> ieux were the other marksmen for Americans. Alton White led tho Reds' with a pair o( goals, Billy Knibbs, Brian Perry and Rick Newell added singles. FIRTH MEN'S CLOTHES MADE-TO-MEASURE Make your selection now from individual suit lengths espec- ially brought in for this sale So you can see exactly what your new suit will look like (not just Regular Values to 160.00 MADE-TO-MEASURE SALE ONE PRICE ONLY EXTRA SLACKS 29.50 Specials from our Regular Stock! SPORT COATS Taken from our regular fine stock A nice selec- L tion of fine all-wool jackets at a great savings. Shop early for best selection. Regularly values to 79.50 SALE PRICE AND 54 ,00 MEN'S SUITS IN PRIZES! See Page 27 A special selection from our regular stock of fine suits to clear. Choose from new stripes and checks in the latest shades and patterns. Regularly values to 125.00 SALE PRICE MEN'S CLOTHES 7lh STREET SOUTH "The store with the complete New Stock" PHONE 327-2073 ;