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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Thundoy, Seplembrr 16, 1971 '49prs, Vikings, Cowboys are favored NEW YORK (AP) the bottom of the inconsistent running game w Washington's dreams o[ slioiild keep Detroit well ou as broken as Sonny Vikings' staunch of solid contention but the Lions arm, the Los Angeles line will have Norm are still a long way from Tallin patchwork quilt and well as Gary Cuozzo into the basement scuffle be- waning strength, 1971 and will again tween Green Bay and Chicago. likely to prove an instant gaping holes for The Packers, with old Zeke of 1970 in the National running game Bratowski and young Scot have Minnesota Hunter vying for the quarter- George Allen, who slot in place of injurei flock of his Rams lo porous pass defence and Bart Starr, won't be scorin and traded away future dral choices to stock the with proven talent, will be out Jurgensen, his ILJ i 1 Hi 1 Hi weapon, for perhaps half JU H .Jail 1 Ksill His tees Dallas Cowboys Eastern Division The Rams, under new coacl Tommy Prothro from the collegiate ranks at UCLA, have beer inconsistent at despite pre-season victory over San Francisco and tlia opens the door lo another West-em title grab by the way And Minnesota well, the kings are, simply, the (APJ Denver, Colo., on the 1976 standing 50 deep in talent Olympic about everywhere they is to be told today that will be host to the breeze to the Central one-half of the 3.1 milion Games and Denver the while Detroit's Lions, their tickets to the Games. challenger last season, fade of the 1972 Olympic Jean D r a p e a u the rest of the Games in Muncih have Montreal's progress Here's how the races been sold in and following the mee from pronounced himself "satis- Eastern Division: 1. Dallas, organizing committee with the way our repor St. Louis Cardinals, 3. year's games is to make received." ton, 4. Philadelphia Eagles, report to the 71st assured the commi New York of the IOC here and that suggestions in Canad Central Division: 1. message will be that the Canada Games be re- sota, 2. Detroit, 3. Green is going according the Canadian Olympics Packers, 4. Chicago been dropped due to IOC Western Division: 1. Duame, IOC Francisco, 2. Los Angeles, 3. president of the Munich was with the best inten- lanta Falcons, 4. New committee, popularize the he said. IVONT LOOK have sold 1.5 from Denver saic as of now and I are prepared to spend S35 Give Craig Morton or we can promise the to the Winter Siaubach the ball for the stadiums and balls boys and, with the wealth of all events of ent thev'H be w o -w e e k and the lack of talent they'll be facing most of the year, Dallas shouldn't even have to elimination contests in the morning." Daume will have a sports back. St. Louis, whose for the 60 other members attending the IOC for offence fell on its face the final month of the son, will again fall short though new coach Bob has prepared a V-l- could bring a steadiness to taken from old Cardinals. Jurgenscn will likely the 1912 Olympic Games at Stockholm, including some (CP) Aid. >avid Rotenberg says Metropnl- passing to the rescue for views of a then rather Toronto could have a Redskins, not in time to American decathlon sports stadium in time the revamped club a by the name of Avery the 1974 Grey Cup foothnl] threat but early enough to and the start of the 1975 them away from the cellar battle Philadelphia and New York are expected to wage. The Eagles, who failed to win a pre-season. game a year now 83, is starting his last year in office here as president of the IOC, a post he aas held since 1952. Also on the agenda today Is season. Aid. Rotenberg, chairman of a pedal Metro committee which proposed last month that a domed stadium be built and continued ailing most the way in regular play, have pulled a reverse in this season's exhibitions while the Giants have hit the and by the organizers of the .912 Olympic Winter Games in Sapporo, Japan. Wednesday, the IOC received progress reports from a 55-acre parcel of land in vTorth York, made the prediction Tuesday night at public meeting sponsored by The Star. He said his predictions about ie opening of the stadium were on the federal and Eskimos. t a r i o governments giving ieir financial commitments for le pro cct by next spring. committee report on the bomb called for a federal rant of 50 per cent of construc-ion costs. The Ontario government would pay 30 per cent and 20 per cent, or about 510 The Eskimos and the had his legs had it much their own way he gained four they both earned lop-sided their easy victory over (AP) The Stad- tories in Lethbridge Minor Committee of the Erie ball League action Martin's touchdowns legislature has approved long runs as he travelled proposed lease with Bufalo The Eskimos opened the 40 and 7S yards for the of the National Football duled doubleheader eve n i n for use of a planned trouncing the Stampeders 75 yard gallop came 000-seat stadium in suburban while the Lions bombed punt return where he Park. Cardston St. Mary's distance committee also approved 4W in the contest Redman chipped in proposal to raise the bond Murk Baldry, who touchdown after for construction of the scrambled for three pass on the Blood's 12 from million to downs against the Bloods while Jerry million. er in the week, came back with a touchdown, measures will be submit- four more against the and a safety to the full legislature next last The Eskimos, who Jed PICKED tentative lease terms, half time received single Mass. (AP) Bills would guarantee pay- downs by Cam England Patriots of of million to the coun- Rick Collier and Brian picked up defensive over a 25-year period. while Sid Collier added May on waivers from proposed bond issue in- converts and a two point was to cover the extra 22, is from of more seats and Meanwhile, Greg Martin and was the fifth fnlls requested by the speedy backfielder for the Lions pick of the same o much-but at least they'll have a bit more balance than the Dears. The '49ers are so well-stocked in talent that they'll probably go wilh a virtually unchanged unchanged except for maturity. John Brodie will once again be bringing it all together. It could take quite B clubs games for the Rams to put their game together and they'll have some trouble keeping ahead of Atlanta's defence-minded Falcons. It'll take more than New Orleans' No. 1 pick, flashy quarterback Archie Manning, a spate of rookies and coach J. D. Roberts starting his first NFL season, to get the Saints going this third The game was called by referee Woody Swallow ot Calgary with less than three minutes remaining when coach Ernie McLean of New Westminster refused to send a player to the penalty box after the Bruins' Bob Stumpf took a spearing major and game misconduct. >es to tl consistent running game w -obably keep Detroit well o solid contention but the Lio 'c still a long way from Talli lo the basement scuffle b Green Bay and Chicago The Packers, with old Ze r a t o w s k i and young Sco outer vying lor the quarte ick slot in place of injur art Starr, won't be VULCAN, Alta. (CP) Calgary Centennials scored four unanswered goals in the third period for a 5-1 victory over New Westminster Bruins in a Western Canada Hockey League exhibition game Wednesday night. Rookie Brian Molvik scored the winning goal in the final period. 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