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August 15, 1964

The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 12

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:U-fTTtr . J tM ft rS'ci! RALPH SAZIO . GENE GAINES CFL Records EASTERN CONFERENCE Ottawa 11; Hamihaa It W-1 T F APTS Montreal 1 Toronto I I Ottawa 11 Hamilton J 33 i a 23 Jl v2 34 .33 i IS 44 ' Tonight gam Montreal at Toronto. . ' ' . ; " ; WESTERN CONFERENCE ' Mr. I asm 11 Xaakat-ka-ua 1 ; w Ltfapts. Britlih Col. 2 a 1 4J 1 I Saskauhewaal I M H 4 Wmnlpeg 1 '111 7 34 1 Calgary . 1 J 4) M S3 1 Edmonton ; J I 2T M Kat! j Tj j ifi ' To Give Blood? ;- r ; Kouga Kiaers Kays vaugn- an and Ted Watkina will blood donors at next j?. Monday afternoon's , blood j; donor clinic, the Red Cross V announced Friday. Tha two iters will ba at blood donor, headquarters 634 aaaa Aaa.M..a' taaaa t ft 3.30 p.m. The clinic l also.1' held In tha evening from 8.30 to 8.30 p.m. . - Rough Rider, players during tha month of August are help- because Summer' 1 tha wot difficult time of tha year to get enough volunteers. Other start will ba in attendance at the clinic on remaining Mondays during August ! WINS CHUTE TEST t UlTTKIRCH, 'West Germany (Reuters) Eugen Tkachenko of the Soviet Union Friday won the men's parachute figure Jumping contest at the world championship here. , 1 i ... ' i long range' coaching Statistics Statiitles of th Ramllti Tifr-Ctl Ottawa Rauih iar gima: tnUWa Ottawa rmt dowiu .., IT Vara nuhla . 11 - 1 Yard Mwina .... 10 '. W Pwan nada . a ' . 11 Puhi tnta . a :, i Pmm ntmtpt.br runu.av. jom . ivw.i ea rumbln .....a 1 rumhln ImI .. . j. a 1 PviulUM ( T Tsui yanli ' M - " t f. ' i . j. ,- i', t . ,.-.( j. ; j ' , ' ; ' - Ji m 't . t ,.!... ' ' m ,(,.." i t: : Ottawadefensiva at l r a . I- .fv . ;t this pau from Bernie Faloney, Intended for Tommy Vi . l tawtl part to Bob O'Bltlovich snd a fumbw ensued. 73 '' :.t"' . THE BAKER'S CALLING By EDDIE MaeCABE , r but he Mid vehemently:"; . of The Journal i '1 wish I could.' Hamilton' Angelo Moses., Collin Jus hughed. After who dvertise himself n Arat hH. hlch Mosca "the meanest pliyer" In Can-, y " block because h tdi. didnt imprest Referee 'thought Suthenn had inter-Paul Dojack. - cepted pau. Collin knw , Mosca was called for Mosc would tot expecting ' roughing -deep In hlwn " play had ceaaed, A few minute later, he aimed a knee at Collin, and muued. But Doiack taw tha move and threw Jum out of Itu HaMA na K lata, i M ,.,,,.. the econd quarter, and . Coach Ralph Sazio admitted "it : hurt us PLOIT AREA .used Gent Gossag in there. Nfut tha Rider .exploited that area for om mileage. Mosca refused to comment after the game.Nnlndfjl of the manner in which Sydney Halter can enter hurwallet. ; . Mmk't star Gene Gaines' (22) went If at ,. I V . . GENE Most bskert confine their calls to a rap on the back door. But Hamilton'! Art Baker gives It a rather heavier charge. Here Is the 225-pound Tgr-Ct fullback climbing into Ottawa comer linebacker Jim Conroy. ' Conroy appears to be going down under the baker's wsgon, but As pulled hfm down with him. However, the Hamilton "brtadmtn" ran. up 100 yard overland, f .- i ji,i w p " . p m ft ,,'! '' 11 THE OTTAWA JOURNAL SATURDAY. AQUST 15, cr- iA 1 - HIT J 1 . w mean Jinaeio mosca , T T ! ' "''';;W ' r " "'1; ' tv r , T him ntum u,, compu. not to wail.- "So who win?" Colllnl rhnrtlad - y 7 SUTHERIN ANNOYED Don Sutherin wa annoyed ... a,.... . ... wim ouiy nam,- Claiming ; Harri clipped bhn unnecea- nniy. "Thi 1 Job to m" h . ld, "and you Jut don't do thoat thing.- . t' Hamilton' Scott 'Tyler looked to ba useful addt- tton. He ha fine apeed, he' aggreasiva and he tniff out play well. . Tom Borts, their new halfback, crashed in- "-i s 1. ; Am rsS Kill ,t- vv?p4t 5 ,; .,-.' ,.. ... .V. 1 r I . i i, . , , j.' GAINS POSSESSION high, Into the air. to Intercept Grants But Gainea tryied a Hal Psttenon recovered on NOT A' 'PICTURE WIN' BUT A WIN IN PICTURES y FOR RIDERS' HOME OPENER . T " f - T irn rtir r - t 'ir ' '- .i t .. iMti itltvTsissli'sir''t' mti ENDURING A SUTHERIN CLIMB-IT fi. . i - . - .. . . - Ron Stewart (ll).watcbes Hamilton defender Don Sutherin go up for an Intarception on Rum Jackson's pass into the end zone. , hard when ha had . tha chance. , v v j., i V ' ' O-B STABS I Bob O'Billovlch' camt up with another apiritad effort, and ha appears to ba bavins mora fun playing tha game ' thtn .nvone elae in the oark. lea waiKina caugni lour for (our for two TD'i and 143 vrrf Jiv nhti m. .receiver , on tha rulht end. ''''' how up In hU debut In t ... UUH k - . I . kv.uh tucy , didn't threw tha baU to him. ,- 4 . John Kenereon i power- ful 'cruncher and ha leave lump where h move. . , Rider were aligned often , In defence which a Billy 'Joe Booth pinching in, put- ' ting all he outaide preatur on comer Mike, Blum. The defence takes away a pas '.,-,.-.-Tu;...;-1 's - - 7', , i v . ..' ... x PtaX rlh "'' numoeia auer inc . Rider hava taken aome aieam out of tnem. IOOTH COMPLETION i ' Bernie Faloney completed . . . . J r nta i.ownn pau in Canadian , football last night. It wa an enht-yard toa to Hal Pat. " Ui first quarter. ... , ,-. Ed Ulmer h4 olld night time for 48.3 yard aver age. aeveral of them driving . . tpirala when the Rider need- ed them most,. Joe Zuger punted eight time for a . 46.5 yard average. tt " ,v ) t' Tl-Cat mounted a drive until ... 1 1 v. 1 r, V ' a" . , NO r r ' . . . BUT NOT FOR LONG Ottawa's 34-yard line and tha them out on the one-ysrd line. araa. but It leave room for tha running. ; Rider play Winnipeg Blue Bomber at Lansdowne Park on Tueaday, and Chuck Kill-ell, the latest ''acquisition . from tha Giant, likely will j . m ; The. Hamilton bench reflects the humor of the. Tiger Cats eo route to their tH'i second atraight loaa of the season last night at tansdowne Park.1 Left to riaht Art Baker (25). Ken Kllrea (50), Chet Miksta (46). Tommy Grant Ralph GoldMon :: ' ' (76), John Clmba (19) and Tpm Boris (30). ; - . V-T .;- v Trampoline Championships September 6 V Z'A Thi yearns Canadian National funlorlntermedlate and senior ,k. r.. r.'.ha ..A' ic'hii!hrSllj Kheduled for the Ottawa Jew - Community Centre, Sunday, P- . sjarttag at 3 p.m." Competitions will be held on y SYv , - FRANK CLAIR . . WFC Leaders -iToc ro s w -a a ss . e a a is .' I a- a a ja rlvmlft. W CampMU. t Catana, c timm. i J' i e i i iw. t t a a i riwninc. a.c. a a a is Coop.r. w . a a a a it run- w sat is win. c. is V 7, -,f j r 4 y' .. . ' ' ? 3 t ' " . f 5 3 r - v; , f T ' 1. ' V f fi i 'J v . .'. tf l, , - , . . ... f X t ' the Ottawa line walled " ' ; . - ' I . - t JOY IN TIGERTOWN " mIM. competitor must pot. AAU cards,. Etr7 forms can be obtained from Larry Martin, president of . -'r.-4 "I S V less than ecstatic ART BAKER t ' Summary ;, ; rmt QCABTta saroKb daTui 1. MamUton. toacMm t iCrMoat -v:-a M S. iUibUuw imiiTt tthrtM a Ottawa, iMmtnasj " iwatkinai 44HJ . ott, 4RKfMi "v A rmmi ajoMTia W J Ottawa, iwachaswm . ' .tit V rovKTsi ejtijktnm . Hamtttao. IWM-soal tCvlktrtaj tit . tah r; . ; i BOB 0-BHXOVICH : 4 mm ...'.ma T,. ' gMPPtaW1 ' f T- -X Vcf. . r W. f It-'if ' s It; -i - ' ' Rider-Ti-Cat D.L Ret!ay Monday : :,' ' !, : ; aTlnV lataai CJOY ' sL.s on.- art a a a. aa . . a. . m-ott rwwiutwa iihh wiu be serecBed at 11.41 p,a.'ai'' aiiaaay slight v Kit , v.,w. v-y.ir 1 ' i I ciation. Jti, MUlcraft Crescee, ' Arf , a. , ? , Out Accomt "odaUons win be arranged M competitors from out of town?

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