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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 30, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THI LITHMIDOl HERAID Saturday, October 31, 1970 Cougars Fail In Bid For Successive Titles Spirited Rams Take Advantage Of New Life By Lloyd Yamaglslil Herald Sports Writer Pride and school honor can be an awfully strong force when the chips are down. Lethbridge Collegiate Insti- tute Rams fought off the under- dog label Friday evening at Henderson Park and proudly upheld the honor of the Col- legiate and regained the South- ern Alberta High School Foot- ball League championship by dropping the heavily favored Catholic Central Cougars 14-fi in death final for T. Eaton Co. trophy. Some faithful fans Ig- nored the chilly weather and watched as the Rams came back from a 6-0 half tune deficit to score two unanswered majors in the final 30 minutes for the win. JUBILANT RAMS Happy and Jubilant LCI Rams hoist coach Jim Whitelaw on their shoulders after downing Catholic Central Cougars in the championship game Friday at Henderson Park. IMPROVE THE APPEARANCE OF YOUR CAR WITH A VINYL TOP WE ALSO SPECIALIZE IN AUTO UPHOLSTERY SEE US NOW BASTEDO FURNITURE AND UPHOLSTERY S2J5St. 5. Ph. 327-7711 Dinnies Triumph CALGARY (CP) Greg Charlton scored two goals to lead University of Calgary Di- nosaurs to a 5-2 Western Can- ADA Intercollegiate Athletic As- sociation exhibition hock- ey victory over University of Alberta Golden Bears Friday night before 600 fans. SAVE WITH THESE PRE-WINTER SPECIALS BENY'S! THESE SPECIALS in effect for 30 DAYS STARTING NOV. 2nd YOU CAN TRUST YOUR CAR IN OUR HANDSI SUBSTANTIAL SAVINGS ON Automatic Transmission Tune-Up Complete Wheel Alignment Cooling System Cheek-Up Battery Check ft Brake Check-Up PRE-WINTER TUNE-UP ELECTRONIC TUNE-UP ON OUR SUN SCOPE ENGINE ANALIZER Checks electrical system and carburetion to show if you are getting top performance and the proper economy. Also showi the condition of your car. LET US GIVE YOU A FREE ESTIMATE SPECIAL PRICES NOW IN EFFECT All work is done by factory- trained experts and satisfac- tion is guaranteed by using genuine GM parts. CONVENIENT TERMS AVAILALBE ON REPAIRS BENY CHEVROLET OLDSMOBILE SERVICE DEPT. 2nd AVE. and 8th ST. 5. PHONE 327-3147 Carl Brewer May Be Back MONTREAL (CP) Carl Brewer, former all-star defence- man with Toronto Maple Leafs and later Detroit Red Wings of the National Hockey League, may come out of retirement for the second time to play in the league. Brewer, re ired from the Wings just prior to the Detroit club's training camp this year after appearing in 70 regular- season and four playoff games during the 1969-70 schedule. It was his second retirement. His first Came after the 1964-65 sea- son with the Leafs. In an interview with column- ist John Robertson of the Mont- real Star, Brewer, a four-time all-star, said he came here "to see physiotherapist Bill Head about some shoulder problems." Head, formerly physiothera- pist with Montreal Canadiens, now is employed in the same capacity with the Montreal Am- ateur Athletic Association. Brewer said he suffers from "some muscle contraction that's really been bothering me." "Last spring, after the season ended I could hardly lift my Brewer said. "But Bill's given me some therapeutic ex- ercises, which he says could clear up the problem in about a week." However, Brewer indicated the problem does not end there. Asked whether he intends to report to the Wings when the ailment is cleared, Brewer said "it's not as easy as that." "I've still got two years to go on my three-year contract. But I don't think they were too happy about my decision to re- tire last summer. "We've bad a little dispute over some money I figure they owe me from last year. We're going to talk, but if we can't get together I'm sure there are a JOINS MID WEST MOBILE HOMES SALES STAFF KARL WILDE Mr. Fred Keiver, manager of Mid West Mobile Homes is pleased to announce that Mr. Karl Wilde has joined Mid West Mobile Home sales, staff, Karl is well known in south- ern Alberta having owned his own implement and automobile business in Raymond and Cord- ston. Karl, who now resides in lethbridge, welcomes his many friends and former acquaintances to visit him and let him intro- duce you to the fascinating world of mobtlft home living. couple of other clubs who could use me." Brewer walked out on the Leafs in 1965 and bounced around for four years with Can- ada's National team, Muskegon of the Eastern Hockey league and as a coach and 'player in Finland. The Leafs traded Mm to De- troit along .with centres Gary Unger and Peter Stemkowski, March in return for for- wards Paul Henderson, Norm Ullman and Floyd Smith. Kings Host Stamps When the Lethbridge Sugar Kings meet Ponoka Stam- peders tonight and Sunday in Alberta Junior Hockey League action the Stampeders will have a new coach. Stampeders are in Leth- bridge for a game tonight at and again Sunday at two. Both games are set for the Arena. It was announced Friday that Art Park, coach of the club up until this weekend, has been replaced by Gordon MacLeod, team treasurer. A spokesman for the team, Art White, the club's president, said the board of directors felt that Park "was not getting the most out of the and that MacLeod "should be able to communicate better with the players." Park had been coach since August and previously coached Lacombe Rockets of the now defunct Central Alberta Hockey League. MacLeod played with the senior Ponoka Stam- peders of the CAHL and has coached in midget ranks. For the last two years the Sfcampeders had been coached by Max Bentley, formerly of the National Hockey League, but Bentley's contract was not renewed. Bentley's contract was not renewed because team officials felt he brought the club to its peak too early last year. Stam- peders ran away with the league and after dropping the Sugar Kings in four straight semi-final games were ousted by Red Deer Hustlers. Ponofca won the league pen- lant last year and is currently in last place in the AJHL with one win in eight games. Rams were given the oppor- tunity of regaining the league championship as the Cougars were unable to maintain an un- blemished record during the regular season. Hams have never lost two championships in a row in their history. Cougars won the pennant with three wins and one loss but the one loss, to Winston Churchill Bulldogs, forced them into a playoff with the Rams who earned second place after tying and defeating the Bull- dogs in their two meetings with them. Jim Dawson and Rob Mossey shared the Rams' touchdowns while Norbert Dobrowsky was good on both convert attempts. John Seaman was the ione point getter for the Cougars as he scored a first quarter touchdown. Seaman opened the scoring as he capped a. 50 yard Cougar march with an 11-yard jaunt. Cougars covered the 50 yards in just three plays as John Kostiuk, the league's top rusher, romried 25 yards and then Ed Krajewski broke through the middle for 14 set- ting the stage for Seaman's major score. John Dudas hit the crossbar with the convert attempt. None of the 1.500 on hand expected it to be the last time the Cougars would score. No one knows for sure what coach Jim Whitelaw .told his charges during the half time break but it was a different LCI Ram club that appeared on the field for the final 30 minutes. Rams marched to five straight first downs to open the third quarter but did not score and gave up ball to the on the Catholic Central 16 yard line. The beginning of the Rams' good fortunes start- ed on the Cov.gars first play when Corby Pankhurst recover- ed a fumble by Kostiuk and the tide turned. Quarterback Doug Howes of the Rams, was dropped for a loss on the first play following the but showed his poise with second down and long yardage as he hit Dawson with a 29 pass. Dombrowsky's convert was good and the Rams led 7-6. Tasting victory the Rams went 53 yards in 12 plays early in the fourth quarter with Mossey crossrs the goal line with tie six pointer. Dom- was. for the second time on the convert and the Scoreboard read Rams 14, Cougars 6. Dombrowskys convert clos- ed out the scoring and for the 13th time in 15 seasons the Rams rule the S; .them Al- berta High School Football League. ANDY CAPP Y_ERWN'TWAN_TTO NO.THANKS -I'M QUITE 'APPV ALONE WITH ME WHEN1HEYSTART TO THINK VER KNOW WHAT UP WITH) Upsets Galore In Coast Event VANCOUVER (CP) Some i world champion Ron Northcott, of the giants in the evergreen 6-5. curling tournament of cham- Fink now joins Gervais in tha pions got surprised Friday. B event which got underway D e f e n ding champion Glen early today. Pierce of Burnaby, B.C. and Edmonton's Matt Baldwin are one loss away from being elim- inated in the bpnspiel which has 32 rinks aiming for top prize of And another surprise came in the late draw Friday night when Hec Gervais, the burly potato fanner from Edmonton, was upset 10-8 by unheralded Trev Fisher from New West- minster, B.C. In the same draw, a curler everybody thought would be packing his bags early. Jim Aaron LAS VEGAS, Ney. (AP) Tommy Aaron slipped to a par 71 Friday but clung to a two- stroke lead in the second round ot the Sahara invita- tional Golf Tournament. The 33-year-old Aaron who scored his first official victory in the Atlanta Classic earlier this year, had a 36-hole total of 135, seven under par after one Kilburn from Squamish, B.C., round each on the Paradise Val- surprised George Fink, one- ley and Sahara Nevada Country time third man for former I Club courses. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES OOPS! YOU MAY HAVE OVEROOtffD A 1966 FARGO ONE TON TRUCK 6 Cylinder, Box. N., Rubber Phone NATIONAL LEAGUE East Pivlsion W L T New York Montreal Boston Vancouver Detrolf Buffalo Toronto 1 Chicago Phila...... Sf. Louis Los Angeles Minnesota Pittsburgh California ALBERTA JUNIOR Lethbrldgs Red Deer Calgary Edm. Leafs Edm. 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