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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 10- i HE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Monday, 16, 1974 Dolphins bounced 34-24 by Patriots Defences come up big as NFL season opens Race results The ASSOCIATED PRESS You can grade the National Football League's opening day D for defence. Don't feel too sorry for Miami Dolphins, upset 34-24 by New England Patriots Sun- day. After all, the defending world champions scored three touchdowns and a field goal, and that is considerably more than some clubs managed on a day of defence-dominated openers. Baltimore Colts were shut out by Pittsburgh Steelers 30-0 and Atlanta Falcons were blanked by Dallas Cowboys 24- 0. St Louis Cardinals manag- ed only one touchdown, but that was enough to whip Philadelphia Eagles, who managed only one field goal, 7-3 Four other clubs scored 10 points or less. Cincinnati Bengals ripped Cleveland Browns 33-7, Wash- ington Redskins tagged New York Giants 13-10, Chicago Bears topped Detroit Lions 17- 9. Los Angeles Rams beat Denver Broncos 17-10, Minnesota Vikings whipped Green Bay Packers 32-17, San Francisco '49ers shaded New Orleans Saints 17-13 and Kan- sas City Chiefs stopped New Jets 24-16. The NFL's opening weekend concludes tonight with Buffalo Bills facing Oakland Raiders. While the defences ruled ofher games, Miami's didn't seem ready. Jim Plunkett picked the Dolphins apart for 177 yards and running backs Mack Herron and Sam Cunn- ingham gained 88 and 87, respectively, as the Patriots sprung their surprise on the Super Bowl champs. New England ran up a 31-0 margin and then held off a late Miami comeback. Larry Csonka scored two touchdowns for the Dolphins. ANDY CAPP "The game ball goes to the said Coach Don Coryell after St. Louis had defeated Philadelphia, with Jim Hart's four-yard scoring pitch to Donny Anderson producing the game's lone touchdown. Mike Bass returned an interception for one touchdown and then recovered a fumble to set up another in Washington's victory over the Giants. Mostly this one turned into a punting battle. Each team kicked the ball away seven times and the two clubs pro- duced a combined total of only 395 yards on offence. Bass' 28-yard runback gave the Redskins the game's first TD and then he recovered a Ron Johnson fumble, setting up Larry Brown's second- period score. New Orleans was leading 13- FEEBLE MINTED ouo TWIT CUSTOMER KM0JV5 LAUGHTER'S THE BEST THING FOR A FRIENDSHIP Alouettes romp past Lions 31-12 The rich got richer Sunday By GLENN COLE The Canadian Press Montreal Alouettes continue to enjoy life at the top of the Eastern Football Conference standings while Ottawa Rough Riders continue to wallow in KERBER FLOORS 1251 2nd Avenue South Phone 327-0023 SEMI-ANNUAL ENDROLLS REMNANTS CONTRACT CARPETS VINYL SHEET GOODS Open Thursday and Friday till 9 p.m. the EFC cellar after weekend play. The Alouettes won their sev- enth game in nine decisions Sunday night, coming from behind to defeat British Columbia Lions 31-12 in a Canadian Football League interlocking clash. Meanwhile the Riders, de- fending Grey Cup champions, failed to score a touchdown again as they dropped a 16-9 decision to lowly Calgary Stampeders. Johnny Rodgers played what coach Marv Levy term- ed "his best game of the season" by scoring a touchdown on a four-yard ran and gaming 187 yards total offence as the Als brought their home record to 5-0. But it was Phil Price's se- cond interception of the game late in the third quarter that turned the game around for the EFC leaders. Price grabbed a pass in- tended for Brock Anysley and STEREO PHOTO 419 5th St. S. Phom 328-8661 SAVE NOW! on high performance CAR STEREOS superior Model TCQ-506 4 channel discrete surround sound 8 track cartridge player Featuring the latest state-of-the-art automotive cartridge player. Fills your car with rich, vibrant sounds repro- duced through four discrete channels. Incorporates four separate amplifiers with master volume and tone con- trols and dual balance controls for the speak- ers left-to-right and front-to-rear. Also capable of playing regular 2-channel stereo tapes. Mfgrs. SiBjtstid List 12995 SAVE 36.95 111 ONLY Also hundreds of speakers in stock. A pair for every need. EXAMPLE SUPERIOR SPEAKERS SK 60 Superbly engineered wedge speai-c' ''i? 'or true fidelity stereo sound Includes two 5 speakers wilh 5 oz ceramic magnel air sus- pension Complete with a" wires and SW4.95...............ONLY BONUS FREE TAPE With every Stereo and Speaker Package scampered 54 yards down the right sideline for a touchdown that erased a 12-7 B.C. lead. However the Montreal de- fender said he was helped by a misplay by Anysley. RAN A QUICK OUT "The receiver ran a quick Price said. "But it was a sloppy pattern. The quarter- back (Don Moorhead) just took a quick look and let it go-" Jimmy Jones and Peter Dalla Riva got the other touchdowns for the Alouettes, who trailed 3-0 after one quarter and led 7-4 at the half. Don Sweet had four conver- sions and a field goal. Slade Willis caught a 22- yard touchdown pass to put the Lions ahead in the third quarter. Willis also booted a 70-yard single while place- kicker Ivan MacMillan had a field goal, convert and a single. The Lions had 10 first downs as they gained 110 yards rush- ing and 148 passing. Montreal had 23 first downs with 209 yards rushing and 254 yards passing. "We never bad a B.C. coach Eagle Keys noted. "They're one of the hardest charging teams in the league. They're stronger that way than any other team. It creates a lot of problems. We Football roundup FOOTBALLS STANDINGS CFL EntomConfi W Montreal........7 Hamilton ......5 Ottawa..........3 Toronto.........3 L F A 2 213 131 14 4 147 145 10 6 121 148 6 6 154 187 6 Edmonton.......6 2 180 100 12 BC..............5 4 175 185 10 Saskatchewan ...5 4 176 170 10 Winnipeg...... 3 4 112 164 6 Calgary.........2 7 134 182 4 SCORINO LEADERS WFC TD C Pto Culler. E........ 0 18 14 5 65 Macmillan. B.C.....0 15 14 13 64 Berg.S...........0 20 Hams. B.C.........7 Robinson. C......0 McKee.W.........0 Thompson. C......5 Willis, BC.........4 Thomas. C.........4 Young, B C........4 Wamngton. E Scottw Btedsoe.W Mazurak.S Harrel.E 2 49 0 42 4 33 5 32 0 30 3 27 0 24 0 24 0 24 0 24 0 24 0 24 0 24 EFC TD C FOS Pb Sunter 81 75 74 73 Rodgere, M 54 Wlulter 24 Ninon. 24 Dana 24 Alton. 18 Gabriel. 18 Pternmg, 18 YARDSTICK MONTREAL 31 firsl Yards Yards Net mflfyG'tf 1 til Penatt CALGARY 18 OTTAWA Ftrsl Yards Yards Total Passes Irrtercept ft rn rM