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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 30, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta g THE LETHBRIDCE HERALD Saturday, October 30, 1971 Catholic Central reigns in south Football 're number one' elated Cougars' fans holler By LLOYD YAMAGISHI Herald Sports Writer "We're number one, we're number one." That was the cry heard from BOO costal ic Catholic Central fans ES they urged the Cou- gars to a 26-13 victory over lire Maliciue Hat McCoy Colls in the Southern Alberta High School Football League cham- pionship giur.c Friday night. "We did blared jubilant Cougars' coach Dean "The kids played great this season and they worked for tho title from the start. You can't loioek added Dahl. Dah! should bo proud of his chargers as they a most impressive season with the championship title night. During tlie season the Cou- gars went undefeated hi seven league games, winning six and last olic Central team gone uncle' feated in league play. Last night's encounter was no different than any other tying one. Net since 19C3 has Catli- IT'S A HAPPY Df AN DAHL Dean Dahl, left, coach of the Catholic Central Cougars football team, accepts the T. Eaton trophy emblematic of supremacy in 1he Southern Alberta High School Football League, from Jim Mclaughlin, centre. At the right is league commissioner Jim Day of Lethbridge. Cougars upended McCoy Colts of Medicine Hat 26-13 in the championship game Friday evening at Henderson Park. Stamps in B.C. tonight First place will be settled By THE CANADIAN PRESS The see-saw battle for first place between Saskatchewan Roughriders and Calgary Stam- peders will be settled in the cli- max of regular-season play this weekend in the Western Foot- ball Conference. Stampeders play British Col- umbia Lions in Vancouver to- night and Saskatchewan travels to Edmonton to meet the Eski- mos Sunday as the regular sea- son ends. Calgary and Saskatchewan are tied with 19 points each on identical records of nine wins, five losses and a tie. Roughriders need a win or a tie, plus a Calgary loss, to finish first. Calgary needs only a win, no matter how Saskatchewan fares, because it has a better points-for-and-against average in games against the Riders. First place is especially im- portant because the second- place team must meet the third-place finisher in a sudden- death match. BCWIBERS ARE THIRD Winnipeg Blue Bombers al- ready are assured of third spot. The weekend encounters also will decide who finishes last in the conference. B.C. now holds a one-point edge over cellar- dwelling Eskimos. East conference ends s concern By THE CANADIAN PRESS Derisive shouts of laughter followed Hamilton Tiger-Cats to their dressing room after last Sunday's comedy of ineptness against Ottawa Rough Riders. The Ticats looked mere kit- tens after blowing a 16--6 half- time lead and winding up on the short end of a 40-16 score. But Toronto coach Leo Cahill Isn't letting complacency enter into pre-game plans as Ms East- ern Football Conference cham- pions, the Argonauts, prepare for a Tiger-Cat invasion Sundav game, set for 2 p.m. will be carried on the that concludes the EFC sched- ule. The EDT, CTV's eastern network. In another season-ending game, this afternoon, the Rough Riders were host to Montreal Alouettes. Tlie game, scheduled for 2 p.m. EDT, was carried in the East by CBC-TV. Psychologically, the A r g o s should be in a loose frame of mind. They captured first place three weeks ago and have been idle tlie last two weeks since EXHIBJTION AUDITORIUM NOV. 1 8.30 p.m. LUMBERJACK MATCH BLACK ANGUS CAMPBELL vs CARLOS BELAFONTE LEE AND SETO vs TOMASSO AND BLACK VON HESS vs BASIC MARTEL vs ANSON Hayes and Mcdrano vs Gaylord and Butcher Box Office opens 7 p.m. Watch STAMPEDE WRESTLING on CJOC-TV! REQUIRE: TRUCK TECHNICIAN For night shift .we need o licenced and experienced heavy duty truck technician. Usual company benefifs and good working conditions. Cor. Apply tot GUY PELOQUIN, Service Manager 6th Ave. and 6th St. S. Phone 327-5763 absorbing a 23-7 thrashing by the Als. But it will be another two weeks before they play again having earned a bye into the two-game total-point EFC fina with their first-place finish. Anad as I've played said Ar- j ball 35 yards on five attempts. pcd-off a 58 yard march on their first series of plays driv- ing through the middle for six points. John Dudas' convert attempt was blocked. The G-o lead didn't last very long as Morley Arnott, tho speedy Colts' halfback gallop- ed 105 yards on the kick-off re- turn. Neil Bozak's extra point ef- fort went wide. With the score tied 6-6, the Cougars struck pay-dirt again with three minutes remaining in the first quarter. On a goal to go situation, Krajewski blasted his way across the goal line from four yards out. Dudas failed to hit the eon. vert try for the second time. Trailing 12-6 UK Colts man- aged to come back, scoring on the last play of the first half. On a halfback option play, Bozak tossed a perfect pass to AiT.clt who had broken into the clear. The play went for 55 yards. Lyle Gallant blocked Bozak's convert effort. The 12-12 tie wasn't to last long as Kostiuk nearly match- ed Arnott's previous touchdown run-back. On the opening kick-off in the second half, Kostiuk rambled 95 yards to give the Cougars an 18-12 edge. Dudas' convert attempt was gocd pushing the score to 19-12. Some eight plays later, the Colls scored their final point of the evening on a single effort. The two clubs exchanged downs for the remainder of the third quarter and most of the final until the Cougars put the game out of reach scoring with three minutes left. PARKYN SHINES nold Palmer, in Trevino and the a fight with absent Jack Nicklaus for the year's leading j money winning spot. Palmer had a second consecutive 74 for 143. Bob Dickson slipped from his first round pace-setting 68 to a 74 and was alone in second at 142. Don January, Bert Yancey, Labron Harris and Kermit Zar- ley were tied at 143. They were the only other players in the starting field of 144 able to mas- ter par for two rounds. Frank Beard and Don Bies each had a 69, the best scores ol the day. Well over a dozen rounds in the 80s were recorded Big lead for Nicldaus HOBAIIT, Tasmania (AP) Jack Nicklaus fired a course 65 Friday and grabbed a five-stroke lead over two fellow pros from the United States tour after two rounds of the Australian open golf championship. Nicklaus' s e v e n-under-p a r round, coupled with an opening 68, gave him a 36-hole total of 133. For Dave Stockton, with 70-68, and fiery Dave Hill, with 69-69, were tied for second at 138. Gary Player of South Africa, shot a 69 for 139 which tied him nith Graham Johnson, an as- sistant, pro from Perth who had shared the first-round lead with Nicklaus. Johnson had a 71. Bruce Crampton of Australia, another regular on the U.S. tour, almost matched Nicklaus' round when he shot a 66 for a score of 140, tying the veteran Kel Nagle of Australia. Gene Littler of U.S. remained contention with 71-70-141 and Australia's Peter Thomson, who ias won five British Opens, had 72-70-142. Kostiuk completed the drive plunging across from the six yard line. Dudas scored the final point with his convert. During the four quarters of play the Cougars had a edge in first downs, picking up 21 to the Colts five. The Cougars also had a margin in yards gained on the ground chewing up 292 yards in 58 carries while tlie Colts man- aged 84 yards on 27 tries. In individual gains, KosUuk led the Cougars with 122 yards 11 carries while Krajewski earned 104 yards on 24 at- tempts. Parkyn also picked up 50 yards carrying the ball 12 imes. Bozak paced the Colts ground attack with 36 yards on 3 tries while Arnott added 35 yards on 10 attempts. For their fine efforts this season, the Cougars carted home the T. Eaton trophy, vhich was presented by repre- sentative Jim McLaughlin last night. CHALK TALK Kostiuk's 35 yard run-back was the turn- ng point of tlie game Gal- ant, Forestall, Small Legs and Royer were just a few who ilayed brilliant defensive The Colts didn't give up so :asy and a few more breaks heir way could have changed he outcome Arnott and Sozak were outstanding csing cause There will be an all-star game between the wo divisions next weekend in ledicine Hat. Easy victory NEW YORK (AP) All un- Icfcalcd George Foreman could alk about after scoring his inockout in 32 pro fights was sharpening his fistic skills, not meeting heavyweight champion Joe Frazier. "I've got a lot to Icam. I'm itill learning. I've got a lot of gym work Foreman aid in his Madison S'quare Gar- Ion dressing room Friday night tltcr he halted Luis Pires of Jrazil at the end of four rounds. FOR FAMILY PLANNING AND PREVENTION OF DISEASE ASK YOUR DRUGSTORE FOR IMMUN PERFECT IMPORTERS TRADING POST P.O. Box 6344, Vancouver, B.C. ONE COUGAR TOUCHDOWN The McCoy Colts of Medicine Hat give it a solid effort but the unidentified Catholic Central Cougar ballcarrier manages to cross the goalline for a major score Friday. Minor hockey The Penguins, Bisons and To- tems all earned victories in Pee Wee action Friday night. The Penguins had the easiest time ss they belled the Fal- cons 4-1 with Allan Duval's two- goal performance. Jim Woolf and Jerry Seto- guchi chipped in with a goal apiece while Darcy Holtman managed the lone Falcons' mar- ker. After a 1-1 first period He, R. Thomson slammed in a sec- ond period goal to give the Bi- sons a hard fought 2-1 vic- tory over the Blues. K. Kirby scored the lona lied the other Bisons marker. Brian Robinson gave the To- tems a 1-0 victory over the Can- ucks flipping in a second per- iod goal. 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