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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THI UIMBRIDGE HERALD Wctlnf itloy, Odobrf IB, cotir h ol year Tucstlu Jack Gotta already lias jinx Ottawa Housli Kider coach Jack Golta. u a in e d Canadian Football league coach of the year Tuesday night, docsn'l have far to go' for suggestions about cracking Ihe jiiix associated with the award, Clair. Gotla's predecessor nou- general mau-aner of Ihe Riders, won the award in lilifi and lo a 1'X'J Grey win over Saskatchewan. Clair is the only coach ever to win the award and the Grey Cup in the same season. Gotta was seleclcd by bis (el-low coaches for Ihe Annis Stukus Trophy, presented at the Kdmonlon Eskimos' annual SlOO-a-plate dinner. Clair. accepting the award on behalf of Ciotta. called his coach a ''very ifef'innlrrl OIK- _ who has two-point edge over 'Riders, who urc Ottawa is assured of a plavoft berth and could fin- ish first Ijy sweeping the three remaining games while Ham- ilton must lose nl least oac game against Toronto and Win- nipeg. Clair praised Gotta for build- ing a conteiuJer following the loss of quarterback Ituss Jui'k- .son and rnnuing backs Vic who has I Washington and Ron Stewart. kalchevvan. Jerry Wil Hams, Calgary, Bud it j Grant, Winnipeg, Halph Sazio. Hamilton, 19IM; Dave death on il! calgarv Stampertors in 1950-ami! Skrien, British Columbia. 19KI, the Ottawa i ___ i named marie 'the Western Conference I Sieve Owen, Saskatchewan, really ;ln.star He was traded lo ami Jim Trimble. Ham- 1959 and led i ilton, iSfil. Saskatchewan Bv Till-; PHLSS guy rebuilt the dub." I standouts on Ottawa teams in Gotta said in an Ottawa inter- j (he 1980s. view lie isn't scared of the, college ball (Jrey Cup jinx. "1 don't believe Oregoll slafc, Gotta went to the there's a kiss (the ile said he wu: pleased" to win the award, but suggested the donors should wait until (he end of the regu- lar season before announcing the winner. Former Edmonton club presi- c'ont Moo Liebennan. who pre- sented the trophy, named alter a former Edmnnton and British Columbia coach, said balloting 1 was [he closest in Ihe 12-year I 11 i i hislorv of the award. About sell' waiting for gualtender (ans 'MmAeA (he annual din. nor. FOLLOWED CLAIR Gotta, a 41-year-old product of Oregon State University, took over the 'Riders after following the Grey Cup win. Thc 1971) (earn fell to last place in the east and rebound! to third last season before making a rim at the Eastern Confer- ence crown this season. A stintiy defence lias helped Ottawa battle Hamilton Tiger- Cats for first place in the cast. Thc "Heats are 9-3 ami hold a them in passes caught anil yardage gained on passes in and 1903. Clotta finished' his playing ti fcer with Montreal in 1961 ami became nn assistant (o Keys at Saskatchewan in ]JKn years later he joined Clair in Ottawa as an assistant. In addition to Glair, previous award winners were Leo Toronto, Ray Jaucti, Ed- monton, 1970; Eagle Keys, Si COACH OK THE Jack GoUa, head coach of Kongh Rulers, Canadian Foot- ball League coach of the year in Kdmoiltou Tuesday. Roundup of bowling CAPRI BOWL DOUG'S I Rulty Oscen 775 (6591, Irene Forsylh 717, Marq Oyd: 287, Ocrnke Hoy 25S, Aritc KcUlttt 760, Aiincs Dflhl il Wfikclen Crfils C cnlticr Ilk, Pat Norliji Grace Hill 377. Y.B.C. im pfindk 719. Ricl; Maclean 705, Michael Srwun 777, David Bcrlnndo Asquin 103, iVilchele Macl !80, Kevin PrVidle Charlsne Darva 715, Merykn Bunraqe 225, Mark Grcf- ilntier 2JV, Dcv Paiiey Cindy While 17d. A.G.T. Cl'rls Ell 741, Linda 713 Aqrtes 251 Helen Richard- son 225, Gcorne 234, RhDde T.t, Myron Ell Ev Rhccfcs 207, AclEle Pizjingriili 21J, CIVIL SERVICE 35i, Barb Fpp 210, Edtlh Volh 221, Cancfi Ria Tuk 274, Al Taylor ?51 Blair K ?7J, Mike Prckoo 7fl3, Bill Canon 2i6, Abe Fnns 246, Doug Anderson 247 JUNIORS AND SENIORS YBC Cindy Pecfrfni ?53, Grer; Mann Cindy 732, Ki n 'Kovacs Pcler Larson 254, Evelyn Sommer John 25S, Darcy Tamayose 100, BrendJ 737, Msdinc Kov- 176. Harvie ?37, Alana Brown 773 Murray 299, Ron 781, Ctieryo Occrmeycr 2SO, I ori Pa I ni arc huk 201, Bri.ir) ROSE I'll i KW. YBC BANTAM DOYS "A" Division Geol. KroVostv 2C7, Grey Rob Brown ;03, Mike Tclley 167, Play handball? Interested in continental or European team Handball? A group of locals have gotten together and formed a and workout each Wednesday evening at Wilson Junior High School from Anyone interested is invited to attend the workouts. For any further information call Ewald Bier at 323-7373. fur 1B2 Troy 172, Darin Chahl' 1W, John 161. "K'> Division Mich.icl Hoi I UV, Darren Swarene 3D3 Kay Cro'.vn 135, Greq Schaffer HJt in Brown 157. 160, Robert McCracXcn 15A, Bruca Egt- land 157. BANTAM GIRLS Sandra 11, i mil ton 168, Kelly Lynn lender son 173, Chakl 2M, Cheryl 70S, Karen Ludwig Joy Nakamura US, Baker 160, Tracy 173, Com Cculter 167, Pam C.P.R. SOCIAL Pol I iff Hov.cs 731. Bob Anderson CC5D, Parry 715, Shirley Alexander 737, Dennis Obcrg Tom Archibald 756, Warg Morris 228, VI Anderson- W, Alma Oberg 233, Ar- chie Cunningham 223, Bunny Maltxiey KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS Ken Mack 2EJ [EOJJ, Wlnton Broods 74G, Jack Srrv-ed 277, Bob Cosfanzo IBB. (77U. A he Plcll 2BJ, Wayne Grieve 77flr Carol Lazaruk 7-15, Pat Tunsfall 7SO Mary Wlshnpvski 75? Dianne Violini 7f7 (745> Helefi 250, Dot Olshaskl 754. Uie Current luo seasons, Broncos have i Sv, ifl been Henry Uurkin to aim the pnuse they consider his due. This may be the year. Uurkin. a chunky resident of Trail, B.C.. blocked 34 shuts by UK? high-powered Saskatoon Blades in a Western Cimadu Hockey League game before 1.- fans Tuesday night "as the 11 in re- cent yea p ost e c! a 5-3 vie- WHILE QUANTITiES LAST! The victot-y put Current in first place in the easteni di- vision, one point ahead of Bran- don Wheat KAnys. U V.TIS (he first loss of the season for Sas- katoon, follo'.ving two and a tie in the regular season and six consecutive exhibition wins, Dave Williams led Swift Cur- rent two goals and Brian Kelly Pratt and Terry Ihe others. Ornni? Abprall. DOM McLcod J'aL Price scored for Saska- toon Thc Bl ados trailed 2-0 after the first period and 3-2 after the second. They tied the j lounge on charges ranging from score in the third but Durkin public drunkenness lo creating stood them off until his mates j a turmoil. regained their composure. Police said Seven Stars are arrested ATLANTA Seven of the Minnesota liockey team have been arrested at an Atlanta HUMPHREYS STOPS M Saskatoon nctmimler Kd Humphreys also was sharp. He blocked shot.s, 'flic Mcflicinc Jfiil victory meant sole of first place in the western division, fivo pofjifs aliend of the idle Ed- Oil Kings. Larmy Donald and Tom paced the 'Ilger.s, .McDonald with a goal and Dennis UextaH, Donms O'Brien, Fred Harvey, .Tude Drouin, Gitlcs Ted Harris and Danny Grant were arrested shortly before midnight Monday. They verc released on bonds ranging from Trial for the iovcn. originally scheduled for Tuesday. until N'orember. Police said Hp.xlall. Harvpy. Gratit and Drouin s with creating a turmoil; Gilbert three assists and Lysiak with a with interfering witli a police poal and one assist. i officer: and Harris with crimi- Two goals by Barry Dean I nal trespass. O'Brien and liar- and single poals by Randy j ris wevc released under Aimoe and Paul Graiiclmkoff also sparked Medicine TLat. off setting tuo tallies by Dave Kanikner and one each by Dale Cook and Terry Ewasiuk for Victoria. Goalkeeper .lorry Thomas 23 shots for Medicine Hat. Elaine Ferguson and Sam Clegg combined for -tl saves for Victoria Calgary. Swift Current at Win- nipeg and Hat at New bond and the other bonds were j S200. 101 TO HONOR MONTREAL fCT) Mon- treal Canarlicns a n n ounced Tuesday the National Hockey i-eague club honor Hector Toe Blake in a special cere- mony Dec. G. The ceremony will be held the game between ?.fin- riesota North Stars and the Ca- nadiens. day afternoon for Dick S'.-tier- man who in Edmonton's University .Monday of a brain hemorrhage. Another -service and burial will he helti Saturday in Wind- sor On t., IA lie re t he (crn Football Conference p 1 a yer was born. Suderman, 31. suffered the j hemorrhage Sunday while hav- ing coffee with members of i Edmonton Eskimos, Hie team he joined last wr-ek in a trade with Calgary Sttimpeders. In Jieu of flouers, j lions will be accoptocl for the i Dick Suderman M e m o r i al Fund for junior football. Nicklaus favorite N'.-M'A. Ciilif. Is-.c Ht's averaging a Unit absence Ic-ft am- i a start and is almost certain to j hifious Xicklnns as Mir- j An ii_ He decline'! tn heaw favorite today in a j the United .Sfatos in World Cup j for (he play in Australia this fall to' Open Rolf Trevino, ILo Hriti.sh OfWin i v. ho is sGcotid to! NickUitis on Ihe liM. hiiri to because of illness in his family. His wife j hfts pneumonia and both their! 'crirs ago. Tnesdriy's nriit'ticci round inlcrnipU'd hy :i thuridorstorm that forked hail. Thf i.-. for of the same. Tlif LVf-jnaii Y-, onr of the nn (he tour in. l several months. I DffenHintr rhrimpion Billy Camper will he making his first start in a rouple of mor.tris. So will Arnold Palmr-r. ArcJier, Jerry flr-anl and llif v.innrrr of fin COVER GIRl LiquidMuke-up HEALTH BEAUTY AID KLEENEX "CANADIANA" 5 BOXES FOR VASELINE BABYPOWDER Our Sale Pi SOFT ft OR! DEODORANT SUDDEN BEAUTY HftIR SPRAY ARR1D Extra Dry Anti-Petspirant 8RECKONE Dandruff Shampoo Clu: S.iie ft'f.' DOOR BUSTERS CHILDREN'S GWG BOXERS Siics [IGARTTES ALL POPULAR BRANDS CRIMP DRESS LENGTHS yd. lenglli CREST TOOTHPASTE Family Size 53s oz. PRESTONE ANT1 FREEZE 2.24 GAl. SCOPE MOUTHWASH 12 IOWNEYS BRIDGE MIX SWEATER CLEARANCE Misses' and ladies' style Pullovers end Cardigons. Values lo 7.97. 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