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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 'HE 1.ETHBRIOGE HERAID Snluidny, Otlober 7, But they -weren't nil tluit good for talcnledlefile For Blue things began to happen in 1972 Hy PAVE ANDKHSON' Nnv York Tiiurs Service YOKK During holdout, Vida lilue, gla appeared on the set of a "Shaft'1 motion picture that was being filmed Manhattan studio. Surrounded by fake scenery and high-pow- ered lights, he sat at a long table with Richard lloundtree, the star, and Cordon Parks. lie was there to announce his appearance as an actor In an- other "Shaft" film to be made after the World Series ends. At (lie time, his occupation was shilling for a CaKfo that manufactured bathr o o cabinets. But lus was pitching for the Oakland A's. and with that in mind, question arose. "Will tlus movie contract be a newsm "if you have a bad of answering, Vida Hlue shook his head was a respectable 2.82, but he never did get his agrees that the "holdout hurt him because I don't compare a person's pride with dollars and at Ills attorney, record into proper both in I still want to be respect- and made a face, as He was 5-10, with anil as a young man, It's not ssily et a thought was implausible, lie a 24-3 complete games in 23 still fairly quiet, but lis altitude is greatly for an employer to tell you. 'that's it.' Even if I had vcar, with 301 strikeouts, the A's opened what it was when he good year, even if I'd won 20 in earned run average. League joined us this and lost 10, that isn't been voted the the Detroit Tigers says. "He's to erase something like most valuable today, Vida now, but we've been I think the holdout was also its Cy the starting to score for him. His I think I gained some as the outstanding (Catfish) Hunter was. doesn't have the That was what his won't start the second had last year, but lie's 23 years old, after a hit- e all about. And for game, cither. Blue knowledgable holdout and a bitter 6-10 i to mention the possibility of Vida Blue having a bad and Ken Holtzman will. "But if the playoff goes He was a power pitcher last year. Now he's he has a Afferent out- s. well, now, that silly says Dick control of his curve wasn't worth A's manager. "Vida his holdout changed my that it that game. It's a a pitcher, Vida Blue The things I leaincd from o he finally agreed up because of the mistake. Surely he were an education May to accept we were playing Ihe better off accepting themselves. And the tilings season hi he'd be in the bullpen ultimatum of learned about bow people id, in assorted bonuses, way. I wouldn't use him himself properly for their opinions and feel- him a "month anrj a Park with that possibly winning toward me. Last year there ct acknowledges now, to wall. But against people around me all the arm and his body into we'll go with all as a he people who wanted to get condition. His earned our regular holdout was worth it the act. I felt these people voro my friends, but they're nol. This year they're not Tround1 Ball players have a lanie for them. Front runners. Everybody wanted a piece of he cake last year but this year, there's no cake." He has time to bake a curt- cake, at least, by pitching well in (he playoff ami the World Scries, if the A's qualify. But just as tiie last year In- fluenced Villa Blue's education, the next year might be equally important. Other teams surely will inquire if Vlda Blue is available in a trade. If a trade doesn't materialize, the negoti- ations of his contract for next year surely will deteriorate brio another dispute if Charles 0. Finley issues another ultima- tum. Meanwhile, what about that "Shaft" movie? "I'm planning on Vida Blue says firmly. Drop Cougars 14-12 in high school tussle Hams horn way into share By LI.OYD YAMAGISHI Herald Sports Writer The Lcthbridge Collegiate In- stitute Rams picked up their biggest victory in the 1972 Southern Alberta High School Football League season, defeat- ing the Catholic Central Coug- ars 14-12 Friday night. The win pushed the Rams into a first place tie with the defending champion Cougars who suffered their first loss In five starts. Both clubs sport 4-1 records in the west division of the six- leam SAHSFL and will now bailie it out to the end for the league pennant. Should both clubs win their final two games of the season and finish with identical rec- ords, the league officials will use the points for-and-against system to determine which team will meet the east divi- sion champions in the SAHSFL championship final. However, both dubs will still share the west envision pennant title for the 1972 season. The points for-and-against uill be totalled from their two encounters this season and at present, the Rams have the edge by a single point. In their first meeting of the season, the Cougars dropped Ihe Hams 4-3, but last night the Rams dumped the Cougars by two points. In last night's encounter, iiRoughriders serious, they need Lancaster IT NEVER GOT THERE This was one forward pass lhat didn't reach its destination in High School Football League action Friday as 1he ICI Rams upended Catholic Central Cougars 14-12. By THE CANADIAN PRESS Ron Lancaster, who couldn't even lift five pounds Friday, may be called on to lift Sas- katchewan Rouglrriders out of a tight spot in the Western Foot- bail Conference this weekend. It all depends on the oulcome of a game today between Cal- gary Stampeders and Hamilton T1 g e r-C a t s Saskatchewan coach Dave Skrieo says that if Calgary wins, he may have to I use Lancaster Sunday despite the fact the veteran quarter- back is still suffering from ribs cracked in a game two weeks ago. If Calgary beats Hamilton, they'll be just two points behind the' Roughriders in the stand- ings. If they lose, however, Bubba Wyche is expected to play instead of Lancaster Sun- day when British Columbia Lions come calling in Regina. The Saskatchewari-B.C. game Is one of two in the west during the Thanksgiving weekend, Argos figlit to stay in contention Calgary Stampeders and To- ronto Argonauts, who met last year in the Grey Cup, play in games this weekend that fea- ture more questions than an- swers. 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"We just have to hope he's enough improved to get us through and that he can last all the way." The CaSgary-Hatnilton and Toronto-Montreal games are two of three being played in lite East this Thanksgiving week- end. The Stampeders play again Monday in Otlawa against the Rough Riders who arc tied for first place in the with Winnipeg Blue Bombers visiting Edmonton Eskimos Monday. The Sunday game, which starts at neon MDT, is on the CTV western network, while the Monday game, whicr starts at noon MDT, is not being televised. If Calgary defeats Hamilton, the Stampeders will have 10 points to the Roughriders' 12. Skrien doesn't want to take the chance that B.C., which upset Winnipeg 26-24 Tuesday night, might do the same to Sas- kalchewan. THINKS THERE'S CHANCE Coach Eagle Keys of B.C. feels his team, which now has three wins and eight defeats, still has a playoff chance. "We knew all along we had the makings of a good he said, commenting on the vic- tory over Winnipeg, WEC lead- ers with an 8-3 record. "But it wasn't mature enough earlier in the season to overcome some of the other clubs." The Eskimos are In a pre- carious second place with 14 some hysterical spectators' didn't put the Henderson ball park bleachers to much use as they stood up to cheer for their respective teams throughout the ball game. The key to the Rams' bard- fought victory lay in their de- fensive unit. Rams' coach, Jim Wliitelaw was more than pleased witli his defensive unit's perfor- mance and couldn't really find the right words to describe their fine efforts. "I wasn't at all pleased with the offensive unit and that includes both the linemen and backlielders last night, but the defensive squad played ex- cellent ball and should be com- he said. On the first play of the fins' quarter, the Cougars reached trie Rams' one-yard line when halfback John Kostiuk com- pleted a 29-yard pass to Guy Pomahac. With a first and goal-to-go situation, the Cougars quarter- back, Kim Wilson tried to go up the middle but was forced back by a host of players. Wilson scooted around the left end across the goal line, but the of- Brian Clampitf, Ken Nakama and Hob .Myers scored majors for the Bulldogs while Cyril Patson chipped in with two converts and a field goal. Bulldogs opened the scoring with a Clampitt touchdown on the first series of plays. The convert was good and follow- ing a Patson field goal the loc- als led 10-0. Mohawks took Ihe lead for the first and only time, in the. second quarter with two quick touchdowns, On the second last play of the half Bulldogs recovered a Med- icine Hat fumble and turned il into a touchdown with four seconds left on tbe clock. The winners salted away the vic- tory wilh a third quarter touch- down- ANDY bME FROM WORK, PET. I CALUED ON AWJDIE BONti TO SETTLE A 5CORE -SHE'S BEEN IEATON1 TALES A80UTTOU-.' ficials ruled that the play had been dead before he started his end run. Wilson called two more plays up the middle, but tbe Rams put a stone wall to hold the up points, two behind Winnipeg. Edmonton coach Ray Jaucb hopes a beefed-up defence will give the Eskimos a more solid footing in the standings. He's worried about Winnipeg's Mack Herron, a hard-running half- back who leads the conference in rushing and scoring although he hasn't picked up any points in the last two games. Jauch isn't using injuries as an excuse. "Sure, we've lost fJerrv) East with Hamilton. Griffin and (Ron! Forwick, but that doesn't account for us making individual mistakes This defence used to be one of the best in the league, but this year it hasn't come together. "I'm not naming individuals because, from the rawest rookie to the highest-paid vet- eran, I'm not happy with their performance. We've talked to players about mistakes, told them to do certain tilings, and nothing Jauch has acquired a new Brinklcy from the University of Missouri and St. Louis Cardinals of the National Football says "we'll be bringing in more." Few changes are likely be- fore the Winnipeg encounter. Cougars out. The Cougars had hit Scoreboard first in the end-to- end bail game with Kostiuk grabbing a high snap on an at- tempted field goal and travel- ling 12 yards to the end zone. Bill Dudas' try for the extra point was blocked. DRAW EVEN The Rams evened the score midway through the second quarter when Rams' quarter- back, Gary Mann tossed a 29- yard touchdown pass to Dave Howe Rick Collier's convert attempt was also blocked, leaving the score tied 6-6. 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Kreliuk firefl a long 40-yard homh to Pomahac who just barely pulled in the ball while on the run, The Cougars had a chance lo tie the score with the extra point attempt, but a bad snap killed their chances. The Hams ended the scoring late in the final quarter as they trapped Pomahac in the Cou- gars' end zone for a single point. Meanwhi Ic, coa eh, i Dean Dahl, wasn't too happy with the loss hut felt both clubs treated (he fans In ft good I bran'] of football. "A win or a doesn't really matter that much whon you know your kids played grxxi ball. LCI just got a few more breaks and T feel no one really won the ballgamc, ex- cept the he said. Winston Churchill Bulldogs remained hot on the trail of Ihe flams and Cougars by hand- I NTr-dicine Hat Mohawks a I setback in the Gas Cily I Friday iiighl. Chicago New St. Louil York Monlreal Houilnn Los ArtAnta C San 'i Texas W L Pet. GBL 91 .X17 31 100 .351 WINTER CLEAT SNOW Available In All Sizes RADIAL BELTED 4 PlY POLYESTER ELRICH TIRE LTD. 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