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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta FARM AND RANCH TOUR of the SOUTH PACIFIC From Calgary 2019 per perton tir ec- and meali. ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAOE MALL PHONK9M-1M1 The Herald- Sports LETHMMK OFFICE RUNTIME LTI ADDING MACHINES What Roughrider At least five overlooked EDMONTON The Veterans of Saskatchewan Roughriders are so well- known that the presence of five rookie Canadians in the lineup for the Western Foot- ball Conference final Sunday has been almost overlooked. One of cornerback Lome is a WPC all-star who carries the Western banner in balloting for Rookie-of-the-Year honors in the Canadian Football League. The others are running back Terry defensive end Frank wide receiver Steve Mazurek and linebacker Andy McLeod. They hope to become better known by help- ing Saskatchewan whip Ed- monton Eskimos in the sudden-death final. Hugh Oldham should keep Alouettes busy MONTREAL Ot- tawa Rough Riders won two of three regular-season games against Montreal Alouettes this year. And if the Alouettes are to get by the Riders in Sunday's sudden-death Eastern Foot- ball Conference final in Ot- past performances in- dicate they will have to find a way to contain speedy wide receiver Hugh Oldham. Sunday's game will be tele- vised nationally on the CTV national network beginning at 1 p.m. with the winner advancing to this year's Grey Cup game in Toronto one week later against the Western Football Conference winner. But shackling Oldham is something few Canadian Foot- ball League clubs have been able to do this year. Oldham caught 32 passes for 701 yards and one-third of these were grabbed in the three games the Rough Riders played against the Alouettes. they accounted for more than half Oldham's total Oldham has always been but appears to have become more of a threat since Jerry Keeling has been operating as the Riders No. 1 quarterback. Keeling is a master at lay- ing up a floating pass which gives Oldham more time to get to it. Oldham warmed up to the Als slowly this year. In the first meeting between the two which the Riders won 30-3 he grabbed two passes for 44 yards. He then caught six for 127 yards when the Montreal team beat the Riders in the second Then in the game that ulti- mately decided first place in the he caught three of Keeling's passes for 136 as the Riders won 16-0 to clinch the conference title. But head coach Marv Levy of the Alouettes is cognizant of the fact that a 30- year-old former University of Oregon can turn a game around with one big catch. As a in the long drills the Montrealers have run STAMPEDE WRESTLING EXHIBITION PAVILION Nov. p.m. N.A. Tltlo Omar Atln vt Tor Kamata Archie Qouldle va Michel Martel Morowski va Cody Roeettani va Ramirez Inf. Tag Ch'chip 6 Watch Stampede Wrestling on CJOC-TV through this the Als sec- ondary has been working over- time on a series of Ottawa plays. Also under consideration is Ottawa's reputation as a strong blitzing club. blitz and they do it Levy said. a high- roller play and we can do something about if we pick it up in time. a high-risk play de- signed to sack the quarter- but I think the best blitzer they had is with us a linebacker obtain- ed on waivers from the Riders in made his debut at defensive end for the Als one week ago in Montreal's semi-final 32-10 victory against Toronto Argonauts. But Levy noted that if George the veteran Montreal picks up the Ottawa it frees top receivers Terry Evanshen or Johnny Rodgers from zone coverage. one-on-one I'd have to think Terry and Johnny have a big Levy said. The Montreal club was sch- eduled to leave for Ottawa shortly after noon today and were to work out at Lan- sdowne Park this afternoon. But the team's travel plans were more certain than the lineup for Sunday's contest. Late Friday Levy was still pondering what moves he would make before kickoff time Sunday. I can say at this point is that Ed George and Dave Braggins are working on defence and that John Kennedy is filling in as a back- up offensive Levy said. 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Mazurek graduated from Regina perennial powerhouses in Canadian junior and McLeod came from University of Alberta's 1972 Canadian college champions. The three were sent to American universities to speed their development and coach John Payne concedes that the program worked. Landy has seen plenty of ac- tion at defensive end. Bulych works behind all-star George Reed at fullback and is the second-string punter behind Al Ford. He also is used as a blocker on short-yardage situ- ations and is part of the punting and kickoff teams guess I'm playing as much as I could without star- said Bulych in an inter- view Friday. A fullback at Weber State a small college in during his un- dergraduate admitted he doesn't want to return to his utility role next season not impatient for this he said. adjust- ment to pro football has been tough in some ways. I've had to avoid getting too high for some games and I think I've learned how to do The aggressive youngster- known as to his mates because an assistant coach at training camp decid- ed he showed as much poise as a 12-year three touchdowns in his utility ''But I knew when I came to camp that nobody was going to move George Reed out of the No. 1 A stocky Bulych attended high school in making him one of 12 regulars on the club who played either high school or junior ball in Saskatchewan. biggest thing for a young Canadian to prove is that he's as good as an said Bulych. are always con- sidered the starters at their because the numbers game means a team can't keep imports who aren't good enough to play first string.... is the first time I've ever sat more than I've played. I'm already excited about next but I'm not looking past our game with Edmonton. have to beat the Es- kimos. We just have Bulych said his only adjust- ment comes when he leaves the shelter of the bench to go in for one or two plays Grey Cup veterans The only three Edmonton Eskimos who have played on winning teams in the Grey Cup discuss the prospect of another CFL championship game pending a victory over Saskatchewan Roughriders Sunday. The three left to Charlie Billy Cooper and Gary Lefebvre. Dolphins seek road to title ASSOCIATED PRESS Miami Dolphins will be out to clinch their third straight American Football Conference East title when they meet Bills at Buffalo Sunday Bills' running back 0. J. Simpson will be out to see that they do not. Simpson's 20 carries for 99 yards last week against Cmcmnati'gave him for the just shy of the 251 he collected last year In other National Football League pairings Den- ver Broncos meet Pittsburgh Steelers. San Francisco '49ers are at Los Angeles Cleveland Browns face the Raiders in Phila- delphia Eagles face Dallas Cowboys. Baltimore Colts meet Washington New York Jets are at Cincin- nati Bengals. Houston plays at Kansas City Detroit Lions meet Chicago New Orleans Saints travel to San Diego Green Bay Packers are at New England St. Louis CANADA'S NO. 1 LOADER BOBCAT urn Fft 1 RMtMttW CMMCt mUMc PHONE 328-4765 AUTHORIZED DISTRIBUTOR C and J EQUIPMENT RENTALS 1410 2nd Ave. NATIONAL COURTESY CARD- LEASING motor vehicle described on the back of this Identifi- cation Card has been leased from a Ford Authorized LMring Syttem of Canada Lessor It would be appreciated if every courttty Including prompt and quality and any appropriate fleet on parti be extended to the operator of this vehicle. inn OMttonof LEASING PhoiM 223-3517 Cardinals meet New York and Minnesota Vikings visit Atlanta Falcons. The in their 44-0 shutout last week over Balti- set a team rushing record with 315 144 of those on 12 carries by Mer- cury Morns. Miami corner back Tim Foley also went into the record books last week when he scored two touchdowns on blocked punts. Pittsburgh Steelers are pro- tecting a 13-game winning streak at home in their AFC contest with the Denver Bron- cos. Denver's Floyd Little is third this year in rushing yards behind Simpson and Morns. Los Angeles Rams are try- ing to protect a one-game lead over Atlanta's Falcons and have won their last six meetings with San which has lost three in a row. Oakland will play at home Sunday against Cleveland. Oakland comes off a its lirst in five and will a Browns team that they've beaten twice already this year. Dallas Cowboys have re- gained a share of the National Football Conference's East lead since being beaten three weeks ago and won't want to give it up against Philadelphia. Opposing quar- Roger Staubach of Dallas and Roman Gabriel of the share the lead this year in touchdown passes with 16 each. Dallas shares that lead with Washington who must break a 14-year jinx to stay there. The Skins have not beaten Baltimore Colts in their last nine meetings. New York Jets haven't lost to Cincinnati in their four but they have problems this week. Joe Namath may start at quarter- but he's missed seven games with a bad shoulder. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL Eait'DlvMon W L T Boston...... 12 4 Buffalo 9 5 Toronto ..755 Montreal .852 NY Rangers 574 Van. 582 Detroit 591 NY Isld 2 6 7 West Division Phila.......12 5 0 Atlanta....... 7 5 4 Chicago...... 6 4 6 St Louis 753 Pitts 573 LA ........5 9 2 Minn.......... 3 7 6 Calif.......4 11 1 F A Pto 82 50 25 50 47 19 59 42 19 44 36 18 51 51 14 39 51 12 47 66 11 34 46 11 53 27 24 42 41 18 46 28 18 45 36 17 40 61 13 41 54 12 44 55 12 36 62 9 WESTERN CANADA EMtern DlvMon Flin Ron Regina 8 6 8 92 I 89 24 Brandon S Current Saskatoon Wpg Weel Calgary Med. 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