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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THE IETHBRIDOE HCKA1D Monday, September 18, W2 Sonic surprises in scttson openers Van Galder is officially an NFL player By TIM-: ASSOCIATED I'KESS Cincinnati gained 216 yards against the Patriots on the the direction of Jolmin- Unilas.''He spent I Saturday a 1-0 up- ycars'on St. Louis' taxi home to Southampton, a Tim Van G aider Has qualified for the Football League's pension plan for play- ers. It could mean a lot larger pension than the one he'd have gotten if lie had remained in the U.S. army. The 28 yen r-oId rookie by NFL rules directed St. Louis Cardinals to a upscl of Bal- timore Colts Sunday as pro football began its season. "Not only was this my first regular season start, it quali- fied me for the NFL explained Van Galder, who up- staged one of the game's old pros. three squad and two years in the Army before getting into a regular season game. In Sunday's oilier games, Miami Dolphins defeated Kan-1 sas City Chiefs 20-10; Atlanta Falcons bombed Chicago Bears' 37-21, Bay Packers upset Cleve- land Browns 26-10; Cincinnati Bengals clouted New England Pat ri ot s 31-7, Los Angeles R ams rout ed N ew Orlean s Saints 34-14. Detroit Lions New York Giants M-lli, New York .lets jolted Buffalo Bills 41-24, Pittsburgh Slcelcrs thumped Oakland Raiders 31-20, Dallas Cowboys thrashed Philadelphia Eagles San Francisco beat San Diego Chargers 3-1-3, and Denver Broncos clipped Houston Oilers 30-17. Coach George Allen, who has never lost an opening game, sends his Washington Redskins to Minnesota tonight for a tele- vised game. Van Galder's staUsiics from the Cardinal-Colt game weren't very of 15 passes for HO yards. But lie connected with a 71-yard toss to Jacky Smith in the third quar- ter on a puiy which led to Donny Anderson's four-yard toudidown run. Unitas three 35 times, c o m- pleteing 22 for 257 yards. It put Unitas' total passing figures for his 17 seasons as a pro over 22 miles. In the celebrated replay of (he Christmas Day double- overtime game, Miami won again. The Dolphins had all of their a Bob Griese touchdown pass, ;i La rry Csonka run and two Garo Yepr- emian field the Chiefs could get on the score- board. Getting a team record 31 points in the first half, Atlanta easily crushed Chicago with Bob Berry throwing a pair of touchdown strikes and running for a third Falcon tally, Pob'sh-born Chester Marcol kicked four three-pointers to Jead Green Bay past Cleveland. ground under quarterback Ken Anderson. Bob Thomas "ran awfully said Los Angeles coach Tommy Prothro after the 5- foot-10 running back scored two touchdowns and gained 144 yards in the Rams' rout of New Orleans. Greg Landry threw three touchdown passes fo r Det roit and Sieve Owens gained 114 yards rustling. New York's Rocky Thompson got a touch- down on a 92-yard kickoff re- turn. New York Jets running back, John Riggins, ran 125 yards and scored a touchdown in the First defeat is costly Everton handed loss LONDON tumbled to (CP! Everton tainert an unbeaten home run in its first defeat of loss that cost the club is clear lead at the lop of (he English League First Division soccer standings. Leeds United and Ipswich joined Evcctoii at the top of the table at 13 points, with three more Liverpool ;ind one point behind. Three fioals in 23 minutes gave Leeds a 3-1 win at home (o Leicester Cily while Ipswich humbled Sioke City 2-0. A lale goal by striker Hon DavEes brought Southampton its second win in seven visits to Merseyside. Arsenal and Liverpool re- mained in contention after: a 0-0 drawp which was held up for 12 minutes when linesman Dennis Drewitt had to be helped off after pulling a leg muscle. Jimmy Hill, former Coventry managei- and Fulham player, scrambled into a track suit to take over the line. HURST BANISHED As well as being heaten by Ipswich, Stoke City suffered an- other indignity when England striker Geoff Hurst was sent off for the first lime in his career. Hm-st, hero of England's lOGfi World Cup victory, was booked for arguing earlier in the match, and 10 minutes from the end, he was ordered off after making further remarks lo the referee. The most spectacular scoving spree came from Leeds which look control against Leicester City after the interval to cruise home through goals by Allan Clarke, Mick Jones and Mick Bales. Tottenham was prevented from sharing the lead in the First Division by the spectacu- lar skills of England forward Rodney Marsh who scored both goals in Manchester City's 2-1 home win. But while City seemed to have overcome its dismal start to the season, its near-neighhor, Manchester United, lost again. United was beaten 2-0 as Wol- Referee dies on 'the field TEETER, England (CP) Referee Jim Finn collapsed and died while officialing at the English League Fourth Division toccer- match between Exeter at hospital. City and Stock-port County here Saturday. Finn was carried off on stretcher after collapsing and was found to be dead on arrival MORE COLLEGE LANGUAGES BASIC. ENGLISH. FOR. NEW. CANADIANS A program designed to ossisl any orfull who wishes to speak and wrile English correctly. 10 Tuesdays and Thuridayi beginning September 26lh p.m. _ FEE S35.00 BASIC SKILLS PROGRAM Especially prepared for students who can understand English but ore unable to read or write or students who desire to upgrade fheir reading and skJlli lo be cap- able of furlher training or lakfng emplo Mondays and Wednesday! beginning September 25lh S45.00 TECHNICAL DOMESriC. REFRIGERATION.SERVECE.TRAINING Lcorn Ihe skills of repairing home refriger- ators, freezers and room ofr Develop lechniquei in delecting refriger- ation probFerm. This course places ernphosii on practical work on refrigerator systems. 12 Thursdays beginning September 28th 7.00 p.m. FEE Program. h ond worfcboolrt. For whrt oy Urn 9 Baifc SVilli for furilicr rnformaPJon eontaa Tlio. Scliool, of .Confinuing, Education Lefhbridge Community College Phone ,he League with the help of rish ace Derek Dougan's 2QOth League goal, verha mpton Waiid m a in- Second Division pacemakers Sheffield Wednesday could take only a single point from Its 1-1 draw away to Sundorland and was joined at the top of the table on 11 points by Aston Villa which trailed 1-0 to Swin- clon Town at half-time before fighting back to a 2-1 triumph. The main upset in the Scott- ish League First Division was the defeat of Fartick Thistle, 2- 1 by newly-promoted Arbroath. Parttck led for much of the ame after a header from Rae had put it ahead five minutes hefore the interval. But it could find no answer to replies by Pirie in the G7th minute and Payne five minutes trom the end. Kilmamock went down 2-0 to t h e r e 11 which scored through McCloymont and Wark. A goal by Gordon gave Hiber- nian a 1-0 victory over East Fife while in the main local clash of the day Dundee United won 2-1 against Dundee. Dundee made a good start with a goal by Ford in the third minute before Gardner and While set United on the path to victory. Jels' triumph o Emerson Boozer limes for the Jets Terry Brads haw touchdowns and yards for a third team over Oakland. Craig Morton touchdown pass es Dallas to its victor; delpliia. San Francisco (.own passes lo Ger. ton. f 53. Denver quarterback Steve Ramsey ran for one touchdown and passed for another. Hous- ton's Dan Pastorini countered with scoring throws of 18 and 57 yards, Hut tiie Broncos got three field goals from Jim' Turner. of all WINS franchises this season, ALI OFF THE (AP) off on the right foot (AP) A boxing champion defeating the other charging former world er 31, came on after New York boxing champion cored start to cam a split an exhibition All with breach of decision over Joe has been dismissed. "an for of Newton, Mass., States district Judge passed G. Kennedy made her to lead (CP) Friday after hearing Jirew two In DIES BOSTON (API Eddie Wait-kus, a former scored a goal in each period to lead Vancouver Canucks of the National Hockey Lague to a 10-1 exhibition Thursday from All and his lawyer, Chauncy Es-kridge. ir over first baseman for Totems of tho quartcrback three touch-no Wa witli Chicago and Philadelphia of tlie National League and Baltimore in the American League, has died at (lie age League Sunday. The lino of Lemieux, Bobby Lalonde and Ron Homenuke fnr H.iir nf Ihn VICTORY NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C. (CP) Underdog New West- minster Salmonbellies defeated We Need Over 50 PERMANENT MEN REQUIRED IMMEDIATELY By Canada's leader in Ihe Mobile Home Industry YEAR ROUND EMPLOYMENT As General Production Workers. On-the-job training programs provided. Good opportunely for ad- vancement, Contact: Mr. C. B. Thomas, Personnel Manager SAFEWAY SHELTER SYSTEMS LTD. INDUSTRIAL AIRPORT, CLARESHOLM, ALBERTA _____ cover scoring. Rookie John defending champion Brantford Wright and veteran Dennis Warriors 13-8 in the first game Kmearns added two goals each Of the Mann Cup Canadian lae- FLAMES WIN DRUMMONDVILLE, Q u e. for the winners Homenuke, La- (CP) Atlanta Flames, one of londe and Greg Boddy each got two new National Hockey single markers. rosse final Sunday. Second game of the best-of- series will be played mil BRIDGE KIWANIS CLUBS7 ANNUAL APPLE CAMPAIGN NOW IN PROGRESS Buy a basket of these tantalizing, mouth- watering fancy Mclnlosh apples when a Kiwnnis member calls at your horns and help to further the many worthwhila projects sponsored by Kiwanis Clubs. SOME OF THESE INCLUDE: KiwanT) Music Festival, Ctrl Guida Camp at Fort Young Peoples Sharpshooters Gun Club, Scholarships, 4-H Club Award Winners, Tourist Huts, plus other. IN PLACE OF APPLE ORDERS A DONATION WOULD ALSO BE GREATLY APPRECIATED. CRESTLINE'S GAME ROOM SPECIALS PREFINISHED HARDBOARD Four colors Stonehaven, Dufftown Pecan, Hemsdale Hickory, Kirkaldy Wal- nut. Sale Price Per Panel DECORATOR WHITE CEILING TILE W thick Tongue and Groove Per carton AMTICO VINYL ASBESTOS FLOOR TILE FARM RANCH SPECIALS 4.29 4x8 Standard Rough Fir Plywood.......... 4x8 >i Standard Rough fir Plywood........... 4x8 Slaincole Plywood Red or green........ 4x8 Aspenile Chip board Par sheet 1x8 _ Rough spruce con- struction. Per M 2x6 Rough Spruce) con- struction. Per M CONSTRUCTION GRADE 2x6 6 ft. 8