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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 24, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 16-THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Novtmbtf Grey Cup pressure is all on the coach TORONTO The last time Ottawa Rough Riders were in the Grey Cup game was in 1969 and the man at the controls was Frank Clair. After club beat Saskatchewan Roughriders that Clair was promoted to the front office as general manager. pressure is on the Clair said Friday of the Grey Cup game. Eight players remain from Clair's 1969 Grey Cup cham- pions. There were the only ones to survive the rebuilding job accomplished by new coach Jack Gotta. after just missing the Eastern Conference title last brings the Riders into CNE stadium Sunday to battle for the Canadian pro football title against Edmonton Es- kimos. Employment Opportunity The Blood Tribe of Indians require the services of an Economic and Industrial Development Co-ordinator to and promote Com- and Recreational opportunities including on the Blood Indian Reserve. Qualifications require a and confident entrepreneur with a proven 'background in industrial who is capable of working effectively with a minimum of supervision. Salary is subject to candidates' experience and quali- fications to a maximum of per annum. Forward complete resume of education and experience on or- before December 1973 The Band Manager Blood Tribe Administration P. 0. Box BO Standoff. Alberta Clair was a tense man in his coaching not inclined to say too much. ''Jack is much better with words and He's more said Clair. Under the Ottawa system he the coach was the man in the heat of the kitchen. In Clair's the coach takes the credit for victory. The coach also takes the whack for losing. Clair will watch Sunday's game from the roof of CNE stadium 'in a small room reserved for the Ottawa spotters. Assistant coach George Brancato will be in direct touch with head coach advising him of where he thinks Ottawa might ex- ploit the Edmonton defence. Clair says he wouldn't even consider making a suggestion. might be misunder- he said. not my baby any Gotta's approach to Sun- day's game and his availabili- ty to reporters has won him many friends along press row. it were a popularity con- test. Ottawa would win hands said one veteran re- porter. it stops being I'll want out of Gotta styS. Two showdowns highlight play Eskimo decisions known Sunday By JOHN SHORT The final decision on injured Bruce Lemmerman and Billy Cooper Edmonton Eskimos will be made moments before the start of the Grey Cup game Sunday but general manager Norm Kimball said Friday night both players will be in uniform. said Kim- ball. both look much who appeared in the Grey Cup final twice with Ot- tawa Rough Riders before moving to Edmonton this has received acupunc- ture treatments for his pulled hamstring muscle and a classical drop-back passer with a history of stealing late vic- rested his severely- gouged elbow. a veteran defensive who also appeared in the Grey Cup final with Winnipeg Blue Bombers in tore his hamstring while attempting to cover flanker Bob Pearce of Saskatchewan on a deep Baker asks permission REGINA Bill Saskatchewan Roughriders' veteran defen- sive is seeking permis- sion to negotiate with another Canadian Football League team. Rider assistant coach Bud Riley said Friday that Baker played out his option this past but under CFL rules cannot negotiate with any team until May. has more or less asked for his release so that he might be able to negotiate with a team which he wouldn't be able to do until at least May Both Rider general manager Ken Preston and CFL commissioner Jake Gaudaur have to give special permission for Baker to begin now. Riley said Baker has not in- dicated any particular team he wants to negotiate with. It has been that Baker is looking to Toronto Argonauts. a Regina has played five seasons with Riders. Cougars capture victory GRAND B.C. Lethbridge Catholic Central Cougars came up with an impressive victory in their opening game of the Grand Forks In- vitational Boys' Basketball Tournament Friday night. The Cougars had an easy time of things as they clobbered the host Grand Forks High School 96-34 in the first game of the two day round robin event. The only two other entries include Penticton and Trail. The Cougars were never headed in their encounter with Grand Forks as they led 12-6 after the first quarter of 34-18 by .the end of the second and 60-22 going into the fourth. Andy Beaudin and Ted Siilsoni led the Cougars' attack with 20 points apiece while Handy Jensen added 1ft. Tony Meli. Brad Poake and .Ion Mack ley chipped in with 10 each. The Cougars were to con- tinue their round robin series thi.s' morning against Pen- ticlon find will moot Trail later tonight. pattern during the Western Football Conference final. Lemmerman was injured when hurled to the rock-hard turf during Edmonton's 25-23 victory in the sudden-death clash for the right to meet Ot- tawa in the 1973 Grey Cup con- test. Cooper is one of seven Es- kimos to join the team after the start of the season. Lemmerman has been there sharing duties with Tom Wilkinson. Another player likely to vital to the Eskimos Sunday is fullback Calvin hard- blocking replacement for vet- eran Gene Foster. Harrell had been on the Eskimo i jured list .lor most of two seasons before getting his late in the year The 210-pound import joined Edmonton after an im- pressive university career although he was drafted seventh by Miami Dolphins Harrell says Kimball and head coach Ray Jauch made it clear to him that the Eskimos sary until he recovered from a serious knee injury suffered in an all-star game after his sen- ior while Miami was more interested in immediate returns. Harrell said he believes he would have been drafted sooner if not for the injury. He was a two-time all-American while at Arkansas State University. With Harrell on hand Edmonton should not suffer from the absence of veteran NFL player now on the injured list. In ad- his speedy recent development makes the fu- ture bright for the since he is only 23 and Foster Ls 31. Harrell carried the ball 11 times during the regular season for 57 yards. Foster carried 135 times for 678 yards. Both were used primarily as be- cause halfback Roy Bell led the Canadian Football League's ground-gainers with yards on 254 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS With the National Football League season dwindling down to a precious few two division races will have head-to-head showdowns Sun- day. Both are in the American where Miami Dolphins have already clinch- ed the title in the East. In the Kansas City leading by only one-half visit second-place Denver Broncos and in the Pittsburgh IVi games in play at second-place Cleveland Browns. Elsewhere San Diego Chargers are at Oakland Los Angeles Rams visit New Orleans Chicago Bears play at Minnesota Cincinnati Bengals host St. Louis Car- dinals. Atlanta Falcons play the Jets at New New York Giants are at Phila- delphia Baltimore. Colts entertain Buffalo Bills and New England Patriots visit Houston Oilers. Monday night. Green Bay Packers play at San Francisco '49ers. Denver is in a title race for the first time in its history and the who haven't lost a game in six find out first hand just how real their challenge will be in the AFC West. The last time Denver lost was on Oct. 4 when Kansas City did the trick 16-14. Both teams have picked up some momentum since then with the Chiefs taking over first place on three straight vic- tories behind Mike who took over at quarterback when Len Dawson injured his heel. Denver's latest victim last Sunday was Pittsburgh and that cut the Steelers' Central lead over Cleveland. If Cleveland is they'll keep a close eye on wide receiver Ron who has become quarterback Terry Hanratty's favorite Shanklin caught a 42- yard scoring pass from Hanratty last the fifth consecutive week the com- bination has connected for a score. In the AFC with the top two City and each other. Oakland hopes to pick up some ground at the expense of San Diego. Los with the best offensive and defensive statistics in the National takes its one- game West Division lead to New Orleans. fresh off Monday night's defeat of remains one game back in the NFC West and the Falcons take their six-game winning streak to New York to face Joe Namath and the Jets. I Key 73 Advent DEC. 2nd-7-30 p.m. SOUTHMINSTER UNITED CHURCH 4lhAv8. andlllhSl. S. Theme Speaker. REV. AUBREY EDWORTHY ALBERTA PrMldcnt Albirta of United Church organ Prelude at WOODHOUSE All Congregations in Lethbridge and area are Invited to attend this service planned by the United Church. Think hockey's tough Not on your You should have seen itway-back-when. A real man's game. And it called for a real man's beer. Lethbridge Old Style Pilsner. Slow-brewed and naturally aged for big beer flavour. It's the one thing that doesn't change. Alberta's original Pilsner is still a year after year after year Try it. You'll be a tco. TRADITION YOU CAN TASTE FROM THE HOUSE OF LCTHBRIDOE ;