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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 22, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Coach Brooks looks for tourney win Kodiaks will try hospitality By PAT SULLIVAN Herald Sporti Editor All that according to Gord College of the Lethbridge Community is not necessarily gold. just may says annual President's Invitational basketball With two definite successes to their credit and a third set to start the LCC Kodiaks and staff feel they have another winner lined up. The who compete in the Alberta College Athletic Conference Basketball have kicked off home proceedings with a four-team tourney and this year is no ex- ception. Commencing Friday at with a second game to follow at the Kodiaks will play host to three other college hoop clubs in the President's Classic. A release on the weekend's activities states that a color- entertaining show will be presented Friday and Satur- day nights at the LCC gym. A youthful two-year the annual event should be just great again. The under the direction of coach Ben will put out the red carpet for Calgary Mount Royal College Camrose Lutheran and College of Great Falls. Defending champion Carroll College of suf- fered budget cuts in their athletic program and will not be back to defend their laurels. How does in his first year at the helm of the feel his club will shape up this time hate to lead off with our strongest point for he said have the finest guards in Alberta Brooks feels he will have to give away some on the boards early in the including the weekend action. after look out. Just three players are back from last year's club. The same aggregation that lost in the final of the Four-West championships. Heading the list of returnees are John Jasiukiewicz of Al Pard of Brocket and Taber's Bob Hansen. Co-captains nicknamed and Hansen will anchor the club while at is the kind of player thai goes both ways all the time. with his kind of will help in the reboun- says Brooks. He gives you that 120 per cent effort every time he puts on his un- iform. Kodiaks won't be lacking in heigth with Jim Toone on the line. Rookie Toone and his last year mate Glen figure to give the locals a great deal of help on the backboards as experience comes to them. Both played with Willow Creek High School in Claresholm last season. Brooks was emphatic in his praise for Jasper Place product Brent Fairbanks. a was the only way Brooks could describe this Edmonton find. Brooks went as far as to com- pare young Fairbanks to Gary and that in iteself is a mouthful. Rounding out the Kodiak roster will be Wendell Cahoon of Robin Hansen of Curtis who last year performed under the colors of the Catholic Central and Wes Olsen of the Lethbridge Collegiate Rams. The for Friday's ac- tion will be made at a noon luncheon Friday. Kodiaks will be in shape says have been at since early in September. up to the players Brooks said know what they have to In true Kodiak the players feel they are up to it. Most will be in first Grey Cup Eskimos find time to be excited TORONTO -TwoEd- monton Eskimo standouts with experience in major un- iversity bowl games in the United States said Wednesday that the Grey Cup game means more than their bowl experiences. Flanker George Western Football Conference nominee for player-of-the- year honors in the Canadian Football and halfback Roy the CFL's leading said here Wednesday they are already excited by the prospect of meeting Ot- tawa Rough Riders Sunday in the Grey Cup final. McGowan played in the Or- ange Bowl with University of Kansas Jayhawkers and Bell in the Sugar Bowl with University of Oklahoma Sooners. means more than the Sugar said Bell a great McGowan said he is much more interested in winning the Grey Cup with great bunch of than in winn- ing the player-of-the-year award. like to win the in- dividual he this comes The individual awards will be announced tonight. Coach Ray Jauch said after a bumpy three-hour flight from Edmonton that the Eskimos have the flexibility to use either McGowan or Bell as the main facet of their at- tack against the defensively- tough Riders. do what we have to in order to said Jauch. ground game helped us beat Saskatchewan in the final game of the regular season. They took our ground game away from us a little bit in the final last so we went with the Rough Riders have secret and no one will know it TORONTO Ottawa Rough Riders planned an open workout at CNE stadium this afternoon but said they'll work out in secret in the next two days. we have our not even a mouse will a one Rider official said Wednesday night after the Eastern Football Conference champions checked into a motel about 10 miles from downtown Toronto. Whether Ottawa will be able to maintain total security re- mains a question. But coach Jack Gotta apparently hopes to have a surprise or two for Edmonton Eskimos in the Grey Cup game Sunday. Gotta already has said he plans no bed check nor curfew for the players at least for their first two days In an approach to a big game that differs widely from other Gotta not going to turn the whole thing into Stalag 25 or something. know our guys will work hard on the field and if they want to go downtown and take in a little that's known as one of the most open and fun-loving Hoop ref s are needed There is an urgent need for basketball referees in Southern Alberta. A meeting is planned for this evening at the Communi- ty Room 60 for all interested referees. According to Dwight Jensen of the Referees Association as may as 60 officials are needed to fill air the assignments and at present there is little more than half that many. As the referees will be groomed for work in the 1975 Canada Winter Games. All either active or are urged to be at this meeting. Custom Engine Parts Ltd. 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Assistant coach Jay Fry at times would drop in to some of Ottawa's better-known water- ing places but not to nail a player with a fine. in the year I'd see the old guy and he'd get some extra work the next day and they would know recall- ed Fry. never had to lay down the Defensive end Wayne who suffered a broken arm last Sunday when Riders beat Montreal Alouettes in the EFC accompanied the team to Toronto. He's wearing a cast and the Riders have said he won't be playing this week. Lineman Frank Reid of Ottawa has been added to the lineup to br- ing Riders to the full 32 they're allowed to carry. The big question mark re- mains quarterback Jerry Keeling. Keeling was a main factor responsible for the Riders winning nine of 10 games for the league title. He also played what Gotta called super against Alouettes before lifted early in the second quarter with a leg injury. Both Gotta and Keeling say the veteran will be backup for starting quarterback Rick Cassata although he won't be able to practice at least until Friday. Cassata has been more than adequate as relief for he is credited with winning games against Hamilton and British Colum- bia in that role. It was a pass to his seventh reception of the that provided the win- ning margin. Bell accounted for 94 yards rushing after collecting 174 yards on the ground as Edmonton defeated Saskatchewan Nov. 4 to win the regular-season title. Bruce Lemmerman threw the winning pass to proving again that their off- season workouts on the beach at San paid divi- dends. Despite the heroics Lemmerman probably will not start the Grey Cup it depends on whether he or Tom Wilkinson is in better physical condition. Wilkinson pulled himself from the game Sunday when a blow in the back compounded problems caused by a sore arm. Jauch said he was leaning toward Wilkinson because the doughty little scrambler ap- parently was more fit than Lemmerman at this stage. But a classic drop-back limbered up during a brief workout here and proclaimed himself much improved. needed both of them to said Bell. need both of them Ottawa defeated Edmonton 32-20 as the Eskimos com- mitted a series of costly tur- novers during their CFL interlocking game earlier this season. This is Edmonton's first trip to the Grey Cup final since and they faced Ottawa too. The Rough Riders gave them a 16-6 whipping in that game. Merchants win Raymond .Merchants had little trouble chalking up a Chinook Basketball League Tuesday. Don Attwood hooped 22 points as he and his mates up- ended Magrath 85-59. Walter Zobell chipped in with 19 points for the winners while Rick Ponomar canned 19 in a losing cause. This battle friendly Al Pard and Jim Toone battle for the ball during a workout Wednesday at the Lethbridge Community College. The Kodiaks are preparing for the annual President's Invitational tournament which gets under way Friday at the LCC gym. Three other clubs will be trying for top honors along with the Kodiaks. Minor hockey The Jets scored three times in the first period and then held off a strong comeback by the Voyageurs for a narrow 5- 4 Bantam A League victory. Toby Gopdstriker paced the winners with two goals while singles went to Theo Tom DeJager and Jim Malmberg. Neil Rocky Allen Blankenship and Warren Calder replied for the Voyageurs. Len Brent Montieth and Dave Layton scored singles as the Canadiens blanked the Black Hawks 3-0 in another Bantam A game. In Fort Macleod the Lethbridge Blades doubled the over the host Ban- tam Royals. Michael with and Gary Tokariuk and Ron Zimmer scored for the Blades while Kelly O'Sullivan and Tom Mass accounted for the Fort Macleod markers. 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