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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 18, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta LCI Rams drop McCoy Colts 16-6 Saturday, September II, 1971 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 11 .4NDY CAPP Cougars suffer costly injuries in victory LOYD YAMAoS quarterback Ken Nakama powerful Ed crash, g-'s defence fonned a stone of the By LLOYD YAMAGISHI Herald Sports Writer "The victory was costly." That's all coach Dean Dahl had to say after leading the Catholic Central Cougars, to a convincing 20-6 victory over the Winston Churchill Bulldogs in Southern Alberta High School Football League play Friday night. Although the victory pushed the Cougars into a first place tie with the LCI Rams the vic- tory proved costly, as fans watched four key Cougar players knocked out of action. Last year's leading rusher, John Kostiuk and veteran line- man Lyle Gallant were the two primary injured players, both receiving pulled hip muscelcs. It'll take at least two weeks before they see action again. The other two players who suffered jolts were Randy Roy- er and Clair Forestell, both minor injuries. The Cougars were never really threatened as they gain- ed their second straight victory of the short season. It was all Cougars from the opening kick off until half time as they maintained com- plete control during the two quarters. It all started after Bulldog's quarterback Ken Nakama fumbled on his own 25 yard line during their second scries of plays. Four later Cougar's ed over from seven yards out. John Dudas' tempt was good. After the kick convert at- off the Cou- gar's defence formed a stone wall and dropped Uie Bulldogs for a 15 and eight yard losses in their next series of play. The Cougars took possession y again. On a second down and eight yards to go situation, quarter- inks Leafs' pact TORONTO (CP) Goal- tender Bernie Parent joined To- ronto Maple Leafs' National Hockey League training camp a week late Friday after signing a new two-year contract. Parent went home to Philadel- phia when the Leaf camp opened last weekend, contend- ing that Leafs bad promised to re-negotiate his contact. The Leafs said he should start the final year of a three-year contract he had signed with Philadelphia Flyers who traded him last season to Toronto. The 26-year-old netminder re- turned from Philadelphia Thurs- day night with lawyer Howard Casper and after a meeting Fri- day with Leaf general manager Jim Gregory, he had a new con- tract. LETHBRIDGE RAGE MEET 7 BIG RACING DAYS TODAY thru MON. September 27th LETHBRIDGE EXHIBITION TRACK p.m. EACH DAY Pari-Mutuel Betting Victory a must Eskimos feel pressure By THE CANAD AN PEESS With a wm-or-face-doom en- counter in the Western Foot- ball Conference only hours away, Edmonton coach Ray Jauch is worried about what his boys will be doing, not the other guys. If the Eskimos lose tonight's game against visiting katchewan Boughriders, Sas- f________ they will all but chances at the WFC playoff finals this year. Jauch, who is "only con- cerned with what the Eskimos is counting on five new players to help start them on a climb. The Edmonton club must pass two other teams- British Columbia lions, Sas- katchewan or Winnipeg Blue make the play- offs. Calgary Stampeders are too far ahead already with 16 points to Edmonton's two. "If you start worrying about other teams and hoping that other clubs win over Edmon- ton competition, you've got a real Jauch says. Saskatchewan, on the other hand, will be out for points. Quarterback Ron Lancaster, recovered from an off-season operation, has completed passes in his career, just 34 be- hind former Montreal Alouette Sam Etcheverry's record. He also needs 276 yards passing to beat Etcheverry's career record of yards gained. SEEKS TIE BREAKER And fullback George Reed wants one more touchdown to top his tie of 91 with ex-To. ronto Argonaut Dick Shatfo, for a league record. Edmonton will be using Tim Kelly, who tried out with New England Patriots of the Na- tional League, to replace in- jured linebacker Dave Glas- ser. Dave Walker, a corner- back cut by San Francisco '49ers, will try out on defence. Jirn Nome will probably move to defence, making room for newcomer Bobby Taylor at split end. Don Warrington from Simon Fraser University will run halfback and Bruce Lem- merman, cut by Atlanta Fal- cons Of the NFL, will be back- up quarterback to Larry Law- ince. The Lions will have four new faces in the line-up for Sim- day's game in Winnipeg against the Blue Bombers. Quarter back Rusty Clark Bruins open victory By THE CANADIAN PRESS Boston Bruins picked up they left off last season as National Hockey League teams opened their exhibition series Friday night. The Bruins defeated New York Rangers 5-3 at London, Ont., Pittsburgh Penguins edged California Golden Seals 3-2 at Brantford, Ont., and Philadel- phia Flyers dropped SI. Louis Blues 5-1 at Flint, Mich. The Bruins scored two power- play goals and one while they were shorllianded in the first period. Scoring champion Phi! Esposito led the attack will- two. Bobby On-, Ed Weslfall and rookie Fred O'Donnell net- ted one each. Rangers' marks- men were Pierre Jarry with i pair, and Rod Selling. Sheldon Kannegiesser's sec- ond-period goal was the winner for Pittsburgh. Syl Apps and Rene Robert notched the others Jerry Finder and Dick Red- mond scored for the Seals. vill see some acfe against te lumbers when he replaces le injured Tom Wilkinsbn. Of- nsive guard Trevor Ekdahl vill come off die Injured list to elieve Ray Lychait, sidelined vith1 a knee injury. Another shuffle puts import ry-out Tom Wheeler in the of- ensive line. And defensive end ete Newell from the Univer- ity of Michigan will fill the rale left by Jim White, who vas released earlier this week. Bombers coach Jim Spavital ays he doesn'l know much bout the Lions because of the umerous changes the B.C. lub has made since they last met. "I expect they'll try to run said Spavital. "They ran as the last time, but I think ur defence has come a long vay since then." Spavital said the game with B.C. is "like any other game Every one is important." Meanwhile, Hamilton Tiger- Jals and Ottawa Rough Riders re burdened with similar problems as they head into im- mrtant weekend games in the Sastern Football Conference. The teams, tied last lace, have suffered from piti- ully-weak offences but team fficials haven't dallied b> ommiserating with one anot-h- T. Instead, they have been des perately trying to assemble quads that will improve thcil chances when the Ticats face he second-place Montreal Al ouettcs tonight in Hamilton and Rough Riders play host to he EFC-lcading Toronto Ar sonants in Ottawa Sunday. II INTERNAIIONAf HARVESTER PRESENTS THE 1972 at 304 Stafford Drive North Lethbridge back Fred Hoffarth combined vith end Peter Sikora for a 38 pass and run play for heir second six-pointer. Dudas1 convert attempt went wide leaving the score 3-0. Midway through the second quarter the Cougar's gained their final points of the eve- ning as Krajewski hammered lis way through the middle for lis second touchdown of the game. The extra point attempt was good pushing the score to 20-0. The Bulldogs settled down during the second half, but still bad problems with the Cou- gar's defence. Finally, with only one minute remaining in the game half- back Doug Nakama plunged his way across the goal line from the one, to give the Bull- dogs their only points. During the 60 minutes of play Guy Pomahac, who replaced the injured Kostiuk's place in the second half proved to be the top offensive ground gam- REFUSE ME, SAS FROM ME LIKE AW MISSUS..... er. Pomahac picked up 139 yards of the Cougar's 276 ground attack in 11 carries. For the Bulldogs, Doug Na- kama did a good job gaining 52 yards on five attempts. Meanwhile, the LCI Rams share first place with the Cougars as they dropped the McCoy Colts 16-6 in Medicine Hat last night. The Rams who half tune got led 9-6 at touchdown from Corby Pankhurst and Terry Korth while Morley Ar- nolt replied for the Colts. In the other contest staged in Medicine Hat, the Medicine Hat Mohawks edged Crescent Heights Vikings 14-12. Chalk Talk Bulldog's mid- dle linebacker, Greg Hamilton, did more than his share on de- fence, being instrumental on nearly every tackle. The Cou- gars 'had their problems with penalties, being called on 15 occasions for 140 yards. Full- back, Krajewski also played a great defensive game crashing through the line to drop Na- kama for some solid tackles. U.S. to win ST. LOUS (AP) Stockton plays 22-year- Palmer said he felt good Scotsman Bernard Gal-.acher, with Mason Rudolph Jack Nicklaus felt like John Barnes, and Gene the flag as the best against Peter Ooster- States golfers headed into of Britain. nal Ryder Cup matches WINS FOUR near prohibitive favorites next four matches In- trounce Britain a 15th Palmer, a victor al- The tour toughened in four matches, against lineup which moved quickly Bannerman and Nick- the fore Friday in plays Peter Townsend foursome asserted out morning pairing: through the afternoon Garder Dickinson agains The Americans took a Christy O'Connor am manding 10-5 lead likely if Beard against Nei thing, to widen during course of 16 singles British ran into an Am es today. They trailed buzz-saw during Frl following the firstrday morning matches ani in a gallant try to rail) In naming his lineup for the afternoon. tlav's sinsles matches Jay bert, the non-playing captain, led off with Lee IT cj Tlriikh jmH FANS1 Open champion against the Britain's crafty Tony Jacklin, a former U.S. Open winner. 40 rookies see action NFL unfolds Sunday By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The 1971 National Football eague season unfolds Sunday with a 12-game schedule in which the 40 rookies are ex- >ected to be hi starting lineups, ncluding quarterbacks J i m Plunkett of New England Pa- riots and Archie Manning of >Jew Orleans Saints. Plunkett, who beat out vet- eran Mike Taliaferro after Joe Kapp was forced to leave the club, will get the starting call as the Patriots open at home against Oakland Raiders, de- fending champions hi the West- ern Division of the American Conference. Manning, who took the No. 1 from holdover Ed Hargett after veteran Billy Kilmer was traded, will throw for the first jime in regular season action in the Saints' home opener against Los Angeles Rams in a National Conference game. In other AFC action, the Super Bowl champion Balti- more Colts open at home against New York Jets, Miami Dolphins visit Denver Broncos, Kansas City Chiefs meet the Chargers at San Diego and Houston Oilers visit Cleveland Browns. In the NFC, San Francisco 49ers, defending Western cham- pions, meet the Falcons in At- lanta, Washington Redskins take on the Cardinals at St. Louis and New York Giants visit Green Bay Packers Inter-conference action lists the defending NFC champion Dallas Cowboys at Buffa- lo against the Bills, Pittsburgh Steelers visit Chicago Bears and Philadelphia Eagles at Cincinnati to meet the Bengals, defending champions in AFC Central Division. The week's opening program ends Monday with a key NFC Central struggle that sends Minnesota's defending champi- on Vikings against the runner- up Detroit Lions. Plunkett, the Heisman Trophy winner from Stanford who was the No. 1 selection in the NFL draft, and Manning, the No. 2 pick from Mississippi, are just too of the 178 rookies dotting NFL rosters. About 40 of these rookies will start, including nine first round selections besides Plunkett and Manning. The NFC lists two oilier first-round ning back John Brockington of Green Bay and defensive end Richard Harris of Philadelphia. The other seven AFC first- round starters are wide receiv- ers Elmo Wright of Kansas City, Otto Stowe of Miami and Frank Lewis of Pittsburgh; de- fensive backs Jack Tatum of Oakland and Clarence Scott of Cleveland; running back John Riggins of the Jets, and tackle Vern Holland of Cincinnati. The Redskins begin the sea- son with George Allen at the helm, one of eight new coaches in the NFL. The others are Dan Devine at Green Bay, Tommy Prothro at Los Angel- es and Bob Hollway at St. Louis in the NFC and Harvey Johnson at Buffalo, Nick Skor- ich at Cleveland, Ed Hughs at Houston and Sid Gffiman at San Diego in the AFC. FREE DEMONSTRATION UPON REQUEST WAIVER OF FINANCE AVAILABLE FOR UP TO SIX MONTHS FROM DATE Or DELIVERY INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER SALES AND SERVICE I 304 STAFFORD DRIVE PHONE 327-3125 PLEASE NOTE In observance of the JEWISH NEW YEAR WE WILL REMAIN CLOSED MONDAY-TUESDAY-WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 20th-21st-22nd We will re-opon for business as usual on THURSDAY, SEPT. 23rd at 9 a.m. LEO SINGER'S MEN'S and BOYS' WEAR 214 5th Street S. Phone 327-3958 Boys' and Girls' SKATE EXCHANGE SHARPENED SHINED NEW LACES SANITIZED PAIR A APPROX......fl 1.50 PROFESSIONAL SKATE SHARPENING PER PAIR CCM COMET Hockey Sticks lilt Price 2.JO CLEARANCE 95C EACH Free roll of tape with every Itick. BERT MACS CYCLE LTD. 913 3rd Ave. S. Phono 327-3221 Open Thurl. Frl. 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There was o football play- er at Holy Cross yean ago named Bill Osmanskl who holds an unusual record Osmanski was a back, and he scored a touchdown in his sophomore year on the first play of the first game he ever played in col lego foot- he scored a touch- down in his senior year on the very lost play of the last game of his college careerl I bet you didn't know that Uniroyal Tiger Paws now fea- ture inner protective belts for extra long mileage. The new 70 Series have up to 2 inches wider treads than convention- al tires and are really Mod looking with the jaity Orange and dual White reversible letters. See us first thing Mon- day for safety's sake and driving peace of mind let us inslal a couple or four. See KIRK'S for The Best Deal For Every Wheell KIRK'S TIRE SALES LTD. "The Tire Experts" Your UNIROYAl Dealer 3' LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU 1621 3rd Ave. S. PHONE 327-5985 KIRK'S FERNIE, B.C. Phona 423-7746 KIRK'S TIRE (TABER) LTD. 650] 50th Avcnm Phono 223-3441 ;