Jack Eckholdt, 15 Nov 1941 (3)

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Jack Eckholdt, 15 Nov 1941 (3) - i EJ Court-eau Valley-field School i. ans...
i EJ Court-eau Valley-field School i. ans Follow ; i r - I : earn to Final It was a case of too much power yesterday at Varsity Oval as Glebe Collegiate overwhelmed Kingston? Collegiate and Vocational Institute to win their fourth straight senior E.O.S.S.A. footbal championship. Glebe had all the! tools and they made the most of Ithem. Kingston never stopped trying and, although outclassed nearly all the way, they dug in and gave their best. i There was no lack' of sup- sup- port for the Kingston team. A full busload of students, close to 75 boys and grls, came down for the game, decked out In their school colors. The Glebe band, led Gregor, was on by Bob Mc-hand Mc-hand Mc-hand for the occasion. : Lack of reap competition throughout the season probably ac? J.. ...... U 1 J 4 ' unable to put up a better showing. Glebe, on the other hand, were just ai their peak for this game following following a hard-fought hard-fought hard-fought (v ictory over St. Patrick's College ikst week. '. Frank Lambert, a Toronto boy.! took over the Kingston coaching rdins only two weeks a Co. He has done a fine job in jhat short space of,, time. Bob Sea tight, a former teacher at Ottawa Technical School, is now located at the King ston school where he is also basket' ball coach. I He wbs on hand for yesterday s playof: renewing acquaintances, witl many friends. . I i dog strayed out on the field in; the first quarter. .Despite the I best efforts of officials and players! It refused to leave! .Finally head) linesman. Colin Rofs. made a running running tackle, missed the dog and, fell on all fours In the mud. ThC. Incident drew a lot of laughs. Later i ths dog left the field. , I ' . - r- r- ' . .Glebe never tried! a pass all day, wi,th: the exception! of. their convert convert on Jim McKnight's touchdown touchdown in the third quarter. Kingston Kingston tried 13 of thjun, completed three and had one intercepted. Glebe piled i up 11 first downs while Kingston had five, i Armando (Ponce de Leon came out of the game lati in the second quarter with! an lured hip and he stayed on the ber ch for the rest of: the afternoon. Shortly after Kingston had scorid its touchdown, touchdown, de Leon was hurt trying to tackle Bert Casselrian. He was helped off the field i nd on his way was. given a big hand. Jim Pritchard replaced him. Owina-; Owina-; Owina-; to the condition of tansdowne ! Park! ' the final was switched to Varsity Oval. The field at the Oval was none too i good after the first alf. t un McKnight and Johnny Shore were - unquestionably- unquestionably- the best ball-carriers ball-carriers ball-carriers in Ithe game. The pair of Glebe stars repeatedly tore through for ; larger gains. Jim Pritchard. Don Scobie, Ray Smith aha Jimmy Conyers also went well. De;Leon.was up to his usual brilliant brilliant form until he was' injured. '1 I he Kingston bafckf icld, com-4 com-4 com-4 posed of Jim Provan, Russ (Bud) Ohlke and Jim Minnes, stood out foe Kingston.! Mickey McGuire turned in a fine game at sec a fine game at sec ondary. ' G for of 10 the f ' In : 1-0 1-0 at

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  1. The Ottawa Journal,
  2. 15 Nov 1941, Sat,
  3. Page 28

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