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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 5, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta LITNMIDOI HIKAID ONf CUSTOMER FORBLAOCCOrTEE, MISSUS WHO WANTS A IN THEM SLACKCOFFSz? Gotta decides to leave Grey Cup champ Roughies BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (CP) Jack Gotta, who led Ottawa Rough Riders to last year's Canadian Football League playoff title after his club lost its first four games, has joined Birmingham in the new World Football League. Bill Putnam, chairman of the board for the Birmingham franchise, still without a name, said Monday Gotta has been hired as coach and general manager. Gotta, 43, native of Bessemer, Mich., has twice Alouettes plan changing colors MONTREAL (CP) Montreal Alouettes, running third at the box office to their crosstown rivals in hockey and baseball Monday moved to the red, white and blue colors that perdominate sports uniforms in this city. The Canadians of the National Hockey League and the Expos of baseball's National League have used the red, white and blue motif in their uniforms, while the Canadian Football League team went with green, red and white through the last few seasons. Joe.all done? NEW YORK (AP) Joe Namath says he will play out his option with New York Jets and then decide on his future. I would like to make movies if I can get the right said the quarterback who missed about half of the 1973 National Football League season with a separated shoulder. Namath's contract with the Jets ended last season. "I'll find out if I can really knee bothers me more than my Namath said Monday. "That will decide whether I can play anymore Namath, one of the earliest and largest catches of the American Football League, might help the new World Football League. While Namath, 30, shrugged off the suggestion he might join the WFL, his lawyer and adviser, Jim there have been discussions. In addition to the new colors and adoption of a new team symbol, the Al's announced the signing of two players and the appointment of a new public relations director. The club announced the signing sof Keith Skip Eamon, a Canadian running back who played two years with Ottawa Rough Riders. The rights to Eamon were acquired in a trade which sent Jim Foley to Ottawa last season. Eamon did not play for the Al's in 1973, choosing to sit out the season. Canadian quarterback Mike Logan, who played with a semi-pro club in Albany, N.Y.. last season, also baf signed with the Alouettes for 1974. Logan, the first -round draft of Calgary Stampeders in 1973, also plays as a defensive halfback. Richard Blais, director of marketing for 'the Montreal club, told a news conference that Roy Deguire will handle public relations duties. Deguire has worked for the Al's for the last six years on a part-time basis. The new team symbol is in the basic form of a triangle and is made up of four parts: form of the letter A incorporates an outline of a mountain peak, representing A for the Alouettes and the mountain overlooking the city Mount Royal. letter M is formed by a bird in flight, representing M for Montreal and the bird of the Lark family, the Alouette. Alouettes name is printed in a new modern script which forms the base of the triangle. total symbol is delta- winged to project a forward thrust. been named coach of the year in the CFL. In 1973, his Rough Riders won the Grey Cup by defeating Edmonton Eskimos of the Western Football Conference. He joined the Rough Riders in January, 1970, but the club finished last in the four-team Eastern Football Conference. The next season, however, his team finished third, then second and first last year with nine wins and five defeats. It was believed Gotta signed a four-year, contract, but the Birmingham club did not announce terms of the agreement. Gotta said in an interview he expects little resistance from the Riders despite a contract calling for two more years of service with the CFL team. Gotta, who said he rejected offers from United States col- leges, National Football League teams and other WFL clubs, was an offensive end and defensive halfback for Calgary Stampeders of the WFC before he was traded to Saskatchewan Roughriders in .1960. He ended his playing career with Montreal Alouettes in 1964. He was an assistant coach in Saskatchewan from 1965-67, then joined Ottawa in 1968 as an assistant to Frank Clair. The former outstanding end for Oregon State during the early 1950s said he would rather coach a team in a new league than take over an expansion or losing club in the NFL. "I'd rather go where every- one is getting out of the gate at the same time. That way you have a chance of winning." O. J. wins BUFFALO (AP) O. J. Simpson, winner of the Hickok Belt Monday, took home a Steuben glass few hours later when he was named Dunlop Pro Athlete of the Year Bill Walton, UCLA's two- time All-American basketball centre, was named the Dunlop amateur winner. Toe runners- up were not announced. Roundup of bowling scores HOLIDAY BOWL HOLIDAY VILLAGE Marg Mervyn 238 Alice Kolibas 293 (787) Ricky De Groat 243, Erma McGuire 259 Minnie 237. Kaye Bathgate 258. Los Aucoin 230 Berty Hobbs 228. Oena Smith 295 Maria Jokuty 236. VASA LOOQE Bob Hanson 222. Loma Nete 245 Ann Otsen 231. Lil Hegland 269 (672) Arvid Oseen 243. Ed Zatesak 222. Tortcif Oteen 279, Emery Reid 221 Fto Seager 253. SHm BeJty 224. KMI Jim Malcomson 240. Karen CatteJon 215. Art Fuhunuga 192. Helen Myers 212. Chris McTighe 212. Herman EHrmg 2OB. Jean Christie 214 Ed Carpenter 226. Danny WILSON Jit HIGH Raouano 217. Kalhy Gardener 1O6. Bill Dobra 181, -Rob Emerson 269. Tony Blam 205. Bin Todd 206. Bm Orr 176. Ed Gerjenbuhler 168. Alan Jang 176 ALBERTA AGRICULTURE Monica Keams 247, Ken 211 Mary 210, Don McDowell 215 Rod Chernos 222. Snerry dark 238 Chnstie 313 Xa'iyi Spitzei 29C Dianne 282 Dorolhy Sorensen 273 (706) Barb Bourk 273 EAGLES LODGE Joyce Marsden 286 Jean Matcher) 319 Mary Noss 226. Kathy Ludwig 224, Evelyn Groves 220. Joe Gillelt 271 Geo Malchen 282 Dave McCarthy 248. Norm Mffler 238 Ron Sola 237 Tim Skttyn 328 306 Worm 308 (733) SmfTh 329 Oc Bwwdry 293 Jorm Rernped 291 Malcomson 312 Gladys COFFEE Elsw Boyden 232. OonaaW 234 Oora Blue 247 Gtona Hyde 229. Shicia Scttkowski 222 Marilyn Bergman 224. Ruth Laurie 210. May Popma 218. Susan Heron 215. Shrrtey Potacfne 218. Ertoa Balasz 210 JUNIORS SHOT Amy Cheng 281 (719) JaneJ Arctwr Joan Sudo 2S3, Jean Passey 267 Grace oyk 267 Pal Plpmp 271 Ethel Styrter 292 Mert Oually 272, Helen Holland 248 Alma Tolley 245 OOROIES George Nagata 289 (834) Frances Higa 337. Jack Jones 303. Morgan SparOcs 354 Mike TobO 295. 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