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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 10, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta -Saturday, Ottobtr 10, 1970 THE UTHBRIDCE HERALD U Bulldogs Bow In Hard-Fought Battle Cougars Take Over League Lead By LLOYD TAMAGISHI Herald Sports Writer Catholic Central Cougars took .over first place in the Southern Alberta Football League by edging the Winston Churchill Bulldogs 18-15 Friday night it Henderson Park. Due to the poor weather con- ditions, the usual large crowd was not on hand and only some 600 fans squeezed into the stands to see the hard-fought struggle. The Cougars' touchdowns were scored by Ed Krajewski, John Kostiuk and Jim Wilson while Ken Nakama led the Bull- dogs with both then1 majors. The Bulldogs' other points came from a single and two completed convert attempts. Nakama opened up the scor- ing on the first play of the game, breaking loose around the right end and travelling 76 yards for the score. Krajewski picked up his major in the' second quarter, plunging into the end zone from two yards out, which closed the gap to a point before the first half ended. Going Into the.second half of the game the Cougars marched downfield in six plays to'take .the lead for the first time in the game. Kostiuk. capped the march with a 20-yard end run. In the fourth, quarter, the Cougars went ahead 18-8 with a pass and run play ignited by quarterback Greg Royer and finished off by halfback Wilson. The score stayed the same until Rod Bollinger and Nak- ama combined for a beautifully executed 75 yard delayed screen pass and run play with approximately three minutes left in the ball game. The Cougars took over pos- session of the football, on their own 15-yard line after the kick- off and could not gain much yardage, but maintained the ball by just struggling for the first downs. Finally the Bulldogs trapped Royer on a third down attempt and took over on Cougars' 30- yard line. Bollinger led his crew down to the Cougars' 15-yard line, and with a second down and four yards to go he attempted a pass to Stu Dow who had placed him- self in the Cougars' end zone. The Uuuwn ball was right on target, but unfortunately for the Bulldogs, Royer jumped in front and pulled the ball into his arms. This killed the Bull- dogs' chances of winning the game as there were only two plays left before the game ended. The Cougars art now in lop spot with two wins md one loss for four point! while the Bull- dogs are one point behind with a win, a loss, a tie. LCI Rams hold down third place with a tie in three outings. Meanwhile, the Rams will tune up for their game agatast the Bulldogs next Friday by hosting an exhibition encounter with the Calgary Wise Wood High School Monday. The game is slated for 12 noon the Henderson Ball Pact. MIKE CUELLAR Balti- more's 24-game lefty will pitch Sunday's second game of the World Scries against Jim McGlothla of Cincinnati. Game time it 10 a.m., MST. Trevino, Nicklaus In Final VIRGINIA WATER, England (AP) Lee Trevino, former U.S. Open golf champion, ousted U.S. PGA champion Dave Stockton 7 and 6 Friday and moved into today's final in the Piccadilly world match play championship Jack Nicklaus. Nicklaus, reigning British Open champion, and winner of everything worthwhile in .golf apart from this one, defeated Tony Jacklin, British holder of the U.S.-Open championship, 5 and 4 in the other 36-hole semi- final. Trevino had 11 birdies and one eagle in his crushing vic- tory against Stockton over Wentworth's par 74 inland layout. Holiday Action Slated At Taber Holiday afternoon hockey ac- tion is scheduled for Taber's new Civic Ice Centre Monday when Medicine Hat Tigers and Swift Current Broncos of the Western Canada Hockey League tangle at three o'clock. The Thanksgiving Day con- test is thb third of 12 exhibition encounters featuring Western League teams slated for Taber this season. Previously Flin Flon Bomb- ers meet Calgary Centennials and the Centennials played Es- tevan Bruins. This year marks the Tigers' debut in the Western League. In their first league game they lost by only one goal to one of the loop's strongest teams, Ed- monton Oil Kings. Meantime, Lethbridge Sugar Kings hit the road (Ms weekend for a pair of Alberta Junior Hockey League games in Ed- monton. They face the Movers tonight and the Maple Leafs Sunday. Kings are currently in third place with four points, one be- hind Red Deer Rustlers and two back of Calgary Mount Royal Cougars. John Chapman's locals open- ed the season last weekend by scoring 10-1 and 11-3 wins over the Leafs and Movers before bowing 7-6 to the Cougars Tues- day in Calgary. Calgary plays in Ponoka to- night and the Kings, with two wins in Edmonton could move into a tie for first place and even hold down sole possession of the lead if Ponoka upset the Cougars. Ex-Rustlers Suspended RED DEER (CP) Brien Kochan and Wayne Forsey who jumped to the Western Canada Hockey League from the Alber- ta Junior Hockey League have been suspended by the Alberta Amateur Hockey Association. George Harvie, AAHA presi- dent, announced the indefinite suspensions Friday. Both players were with Red Deer Rustlers of the AJHL last year and signed with Swift Cur- rent of the WCHL this year be- fore getting releases. PATS WIN REGINA (CP) Regina Pats made their home debut in the Western Canada Hockey League Friday night with a 4-2 victory, over Flin Flon Bomb- ers, the defending, champions. Al Barrett, Ron Norrish, Den- nis Kruse and Harvey Schmidt scored for Regina and Jim.Col- lins and Ray Bute-worth re- plied for Flin Flon, before fans. WESTERN CANADA HOCKEY LEAGUE HOCKEY ACTION TABER CIVIC CENTRE MONDAY, OCT. 12th 3 p.m. MEDICINI HAT TIGERS vj SWIFT CURRENT BRONCOS WEDNESDAY, OCT. 28th p.m. MEDICINE HAT TIGERS vs CALCARY CENTENNIALS ADVANCE TICKET SALES IETHBRIDGE: SAFEWAY STORE, 13th St. and 3rd Avt. S. TABER: ODOIE'S CENTRAL DRUGS SUPERMARKET FOOD BAR don pilling TJNIVERSITY of Lethbridge Chlnooks will make the international basketball scene this holiday weekend, and it promises to be an interesting debut. Chinooks, who next month will launch their sec- ond season in the Western Intercollegiate Conference, will undoubtedly have their hands full when they take on the highly-rated Rabotnicki team from Skopje, Yugoslavia, in a pair of exhibition encounters. The teams tangle Sunday night at at the Ex- hibition Pavilion and again Monday night at at the Raymond Social Hall. The games are part of a 15-game Canadian tour by the Yugoslavians, who boast three members of the 1970 world champion Yugoslavian squad, and it's safe to say that the visitors' press clippings are, indeed, impressive. Logan Tail, a bulwark with those great cham- pionship Lethbridge Broder quintets of a few years ago, has taken over the reins of the Chinooks. And although he's not quite prepared, yet, to admit it, he's optimistic about his club's chances in the tough, 10-team circuit. He's been drilling the Chinooks daily in prepara- tion for the Yugoslavian test, and he likes what he sees very much so. Six members last year's edition are back, and that includes Peter Kootchin Brian Sanders, Randy Milner and Bill Magierowski. A decided plus this term, of course, is the addition of Tim Tollestrup, the Raymond powerhouse who spent four years as a first-stringer with Utah State. Mix these ingredients with what Tail says is a lot of talent spread through- out the ranks, and you can understand the optimistic air. "We haven't played a game says the Chinook chief, "but I definitely feel we have the talent to make the playoffs. It'll be tough because there are a lot of strong schools we'll have to. beat out but I honestly feel we can do it." One thing for certain. Knowing Logan Tait as I do, he'll have an entertaining and hustling ball" club. During his playing days, hustle was his middle name. It's bound to rub off on his charges. An interesting year is developing, I would ven- ture to say. OFFICE WIT says a running mate is a hus- band who dared to talk back Exhibition hockey will be the holiday bill of fare Monday after- noon at three o'clock at Taber's posh new ice palace with Medicine Hat Tigers, taking on Swift Current Broncos and if the new Taber plant isn't one of the classiest in the country, then name me one better There's also high school football Monday at Hen- derson Park at noon, LCI Rams entertaining Calgary Henry Wise Wood the early starting time will not conflict .with the televised Edmonton-Calgary pro game and there'll be no shortage of TV football this weekend starting with, the B.C.-Toronto game at five o'clock this afternoon Winnipeg takes on Saskatchewan Sunday at one With a doubleheader Monday, Ottawa and Hamilton at 11 o'clock and Ed- monton and Calgary at two then of course, there's a full run of American games Sunday and shed a tear or two for all those football widows who suffer and suffer, and then suffer some more as the football merry-go-round grinds on at times it does become a bit too much, wouldn't you say? In the CFL, it says here Toronto will stop B.C. this evening, Saskatchewan will topple Winnipeg, Ed- monton will clip Calgary and Hamilton will kayo Ottawa in the weekend fun Lethbridge Collegiate Ram graduate Al Shemancliuk, I'm happy to report is catching many an eye with his alert play this term with the University of Alberta Golden Bears he's caught on as the Bears' regular defensive right tackle and coach Harvey Scott is loud in his praise for the local product. "The most impressive thing about him is lus says Scott. "Nobody in this league has run over him he's that tough." The office wit says -gross income is a figure halfway between what your wife tells her friends and what your boss thinks you're worth His many friends in this area would undoubtedly like to know that Setli Martin, after helping Spokane Jets win the Allan Cup last season, has returned as playing-coach of Trail Smoke Eaters of the Western International Hockey League And former Lethbridge Native Son Cal Ilockley, who starred in the days of Guyle Fielder, Jack Yucytus, Lee Hyssop to name a few, is president of the WIHL this year incidentally Weekend Magazine, a popular Saturday feature of this family journal, today carries a most interesting piece penned by Boston Bruins' mod Derek Sander- son he lays it on the line in this effort. Quarry Is Suspended Evenson, Washington Delivering Goods No Quarrel From Jackie Parker MANILA (Reuters) The WOT Id Boxing Council an- nounced Friday the indefinite suspension of .Jerry Quarry its heavyweight rankings. The council gave no reason for the suspension of the Los AngclcsJwxor who is scheduled to meet Cassius Clay in Atlanta, Ga., Oct. 26 in Clay's first comeback fight. The council also formally stripped IsinacI Lnguna of Pan- ama of his world lightweight title and declared it vacant. La- guna was beaten two weeks ago by Ken Buchanan of Britain, but the fight was not recognized as a world title clash either by the council or the British Box- ing Board of Control. The World Boxing Association has recog- nized Buchanan as champion. v The council withdrew recogni- tion from Lagimn for his failure to lightweight title against American Mando THE BIG GUN RETURNS Former heavyweight champion Muhammad All sticks out menancing right glove os he takes a breather during workoutj of his ing camp in Florida. He's preparing for his fight with Jerry Quarry in Atlanta October 26. It will be his first fight in two years after becoming involved in a legal scrap with the U.S. Government for failing to be inducted into the armed services. Ho won the title, now held by Joe Frazier, at Caisiui Clay, By THE CANADIAN PRESS Among British Columbia Lions' top players when they meet the Argonauts in Toronto ;onight are two who would rather not play in the Canadian football League. Jim Evenson fills the Lions' hillback spot and Vic Washing- :on, former halfback with Ot- tawa Rough Riders, is a flanker with B.C. Gvenson wants to join Pitts- burgh Steelers of toe National Football League and Washing- ion is.aiming for San Francisco 49ers of the same circuit. But both are forced to play out their contracts with the Lions before they can move south. Still, both are professionals and give it full effort on the field. Evenson, in fact is second in Western Conference rushing with 783 yards gained and nine touchdowns. I can't fault says Lions coach Jackie Parker. "They're giving me great effort. "Their contract problems are not my department. Sure, I'd like to have them back next year, but it seems there isn't much chance of that. In the meantime, they're doing a hell of a job for me." WILL BE TELEVISED Tonight's interlocking contest at Toronto will be televised on the CTV national network with kickoff time set for 5 p.m. MST. Another Eastern Conference game this weekend will see Ot- tawa Rough Riders visit Hamil- ton Tiger-Cats Monday, Thanks- giving That game also will be televised on the CTV national network beginning at 11 a.m. MST. In Western action, Winnipeg Blue Bombers visit Saskatche- wan Roughriders Sunday and Calgary Stampeders tackle the Eskimos in Edmonton Monday. The Lions, led by players such as Evenson and place- kicker Ted Gerela, had a good start this season, winning five of their first eight games, good 'or second place in the Western Conference for a while. But they've lost their last hree and Calgary and Edmon- OD have since moved ahead of B.C. The Argos, meanwhile, moved jack into a tie with Hamilton in he EFC with their win over the Ticats last weekend and either club could move into a tie with he leading Montreal Alouettes with a victory this weekend. Minor Hockey Registration. Ends Shortly The Leihbridge Minor Hockey Association will be holding the final weeK of registrations on Tuesday. Oct. 13, Thursday, Oct 15 and Saturday, Oct. 17 com- mencing at p.m. at Adams Park Arena, for those wishing to play in the Pee Wee, Bantam, Mdiget and Juvenile divisions for the 1970-71 season. Saturday, Oct. 17 will definite- ly be the last day of registra- tions and will not be accepted after that date. The Midget and Juvenile divi- sions registrations are very slow in coming in and boys in this division are especially re- quested to register as teams are now being drawn up. Registrations will be accepted from -10 p.m. Tuesday, Thursday and 9-1 p.m. and 7 p.m. Saturday. Mass practices will be discon- tinued for the Pee Wee and Ban- tam divisions but will still be held for the Midget and Juvcn iles p.m. Tuesday and Thursday and Saturday p.m. On Tuesday and Thursday, Oct. 13 and 15, from p.m., a swap or sell will be held at Adams Arena for those wishing to trade .or sell Iwckcy equip- ment. For further information contact Ted Ericksson it 7-2246 or Roy Ennis 7-0377. Argos have-placed defensive end Dave Knechtel on the 30- day injury list after he suffered a knee injury against Hamilton last Sunday. Filling in at the end spot will be Hugh Inskeep. Toronto.quarterback Tom Wilkinson also suffered a bruised knee in Hamilton but is expected to recover in time to start against the Lions. Hamilton coach Joe Restic Is still uncertain as to how his quarterbacks will shape up. John Eckman, taking over for the injured Joe Zuger, himself suffered an ankle injury against the Argos last Sunday and new- comer Watty Gabler called sig- nals for the rest of the SPORTS FANSl Bombers Eye Playoff Spot By THE CANADIAN PRESS Winnipeg Blue Bombers are going to do Saskatchewan Roughriders a favor before at- tempting to beat them in a Western Football Conference game Sunday. The Blue Bombers will bring a special set of shoulder pads to Regina for we by Ealph Gallo- way, a 250-pound offensive tac- it 1 e for Saskatchewan. The Roughriders couldn't find a size big enough in Regina. Winnipeg coach Jim Spavital doesn't expect any favors from Eagle Keys, his Saskatchewan counterpart. The Roughriders have a six- point stranglehold on first place but Spavital said Keys "wouldn't let up and neither would I if I was in his shoes." Spavital said his club is healthy arid enthusiastic arid is confident of beating Saskatche- wan, and still making the WFC playoffs. The Bombers, with just two victories in 11 games; must win their remaining five to keep their playoff hopes alive. They are eight points behind the Es- kimos, who play Calgary Stam- peders in Edmonton Monday. Calgary, fighting the Eskimos for second place, list quarter- back Jerry Keeling as a doubt- ful starter. Keeling suffm'ed a cracke." rib and a bruised kid- ney in Calgary's 11-4 win over Montreal Alouettes Wednesday night and was in hospital Fri- day. The Eskimos, with four straight victories, will go with the same lineup that whipped British Columbia Lions 32-20 in Vancouver last Saturday night. Defensive halfback-punter Ron Stewart, with a groin in- jury, is also a doubtful starter for Calgary. The Calgary-Edmonton game Is a rubber mateh. Edmonton won the first game between the the clubs. 14-2 and Calgary the second 28-13. The two games will be tele- cast on the CTV national net- work, the Bomber-Rider game at one o'clock and the Stamped- er Eskimo game at two o'clock Monday. A decision on Keeling was ex- pected today but coach Jim Duncan said the Stampeders will approach the game "as if he wasn't going to play." That will put Larry Lawrence in charge. Duncan said a trash program is not needed to get Lawrence ready. "He runs the club every week in practice. He runs the same plays as everyone else. It's jusl a matter of him settling down and seeing what he can do." Keeling or Lawrence, it makes little difference to the Eskimos, two points behind the Stampeders. "It makes a difference only if the two quarterbacks have radi- cally different said coach Ray Jauch, "but Keeling and Lawrence both do things pretty well the same way." Duncan said defensive tackle John Atamian has a sore leg and it won't be known until Monday if he will play. "We'll have to see how his pulled ham- string holds up in this coW weather." Dick Munroe, Calgary's de- fensive coach, said the big man for Edmonton is Don Trull. 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