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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 18, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Maccabiah Games come to a close Israelis upset U.S. in hoop final Graham Kelly TO the test 10 Canadian baH league seasons, the food gayt from the West have managed to win the Grey Gup grand total, of three titan. Jo. MM, the B.C. Lions of Joe Kapp end Com- pany dispatched the Hamil- ton Tiger-Cats, the Riders from the West beat their Eastern counterparts in and of, course, our heroes from Calgary turned the tide on the Argonauts just two seasons ago. Otherwise, Eastern Conference teams have had things depressing- ty their way. How come? Obviously, the East has produced some fine football teams. The Ottawa Rough Eiders of Frank Clair and Buss Jackson were superb gridiron aggregations. The A very fine football team is going to miss the Eastern Conference play offs this year. It could even be the Hamilton TtCats, defending Grey Cup Champions. Ridicu- lous, say you? Completely possible, say I. In the last three seasons, the Grey Cup Champion of the previous year finished dead last. In I960, Ottawa won the bag of marbles, only to finish test in 1970 by virtue of being decimated by retirements. Possession and mismanage- ment did fa the champion Montreal Atouettes. Both Grey Cup finalists of 1971, file Argos and) Stampeders surrendered their crowns cause of savere plagues of injuries. And, as if ibis point in time, Hamilton mentor Jerry Williams finds himself confronted with problems be bad no reason to expect. Defensively, Hamilton must replace three pretty fair country ballplayers in backer Mike Blum, defensive back Jerry Sternberg, and defensive tackle Angelo MOB. ca, toe shy, retiring moth so fondly remembered in Vancouver and other op- position centers. Big Angie, the living symbol of Tiger- Cat toughness is gone, never to be replaced as a colorful, larger-thao-life figure in the Canadian game. To replace Blum, middle linebacker Mark Cosmos win move over to the corner spot, with Ca- nadian tight end Bob Rkbard- son going to the difficult mid- dle position. Williams wffl have many mighty Ameri- cans fa camp to fin Angle's shoes. If they can through a three inch plate of Steteo's finest, thus passing tiie add test to play for flten, WiWains will have few wuiiiet. You can