The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa,  on August 18, 1964 · Page 12
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The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 12

Ottawa, Canada
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Tuesday, August 18, 1964
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Vs. THE OTTAWA JOURNAL TUESDAY; AUGUST 18, 1964 Watkins Leads EFC Scoring, Dixon Tod Rusher 12 y y The Canadian Press After two leagM garnet, a familiar he beads the list of Eastern Foot ball Conference rushers and an oM standby has reached another scoring plat eau. ? ;, 4 These were the highlights fol towing weekend games when Ottawa Rough Riders dumped Hamilton Tiger-Cata 1J-1I m Ot tawa Friday and Montreal Al- euettet held on In their Saturday night game at Toronto for 21-13 victory over the Argonauts. ct.v.-S'W- - . George Dixon, Montreal's fleet footed halfback, scam pered for 2t yards against Toronto to boost his season's total to 1U yards. Two Ottawa, players quarterback Russ jack-son and halfback Ron Stewart-trail the Atouette player with 141 and 12 yards, respectively. Ted Watkins, the Rough Riders" lanky wide : end, , scored both'. touchdowns In Ottawa's victory over Hamilton and leads the league scoring race with U Pol- s- Dixon and Montreal quarterback Vernon Col and Ron Hatcher of Toronto are deadlocked In second place with U points i- li ,,.):;., 71 FOR MRKER . Jackie Parker of the Argonauts became the first player In the Canadian Football League to reach the TOO-poim plateau, although bis achievement wes lost amid the excitement of the Toronto-Montreal contest. ) The sis points be scored for Argos' second TD gave him lifetime total of 701, Including 171 with Edmonton Eskimos of the Western Conference'' before arriving In Toronto last year. ; Only one other player, Canadian Gerry James, appears to threaten Parker's record. James, a one-time boy wonder and place-kicking specialist for Winnipeg Blue . Bombers, finished the 1M2 season with Ml points. He sat out last year because of contract dispute but returned to football this year with Saskatchewan Jtoughriders of the WFC. V WITH The scoring Watkins. O Cole. M Hatcher, T Dixon. M Sutherin, H Phllp. M Page, M Lewis. T Parker. T O'Billovich, 0 Fuell, T Thelen. 0 Crisson, H Irwin. M .' Luster. M Berretta, M leaders: TD C FG S Its 1 I Is 2 1 I II - lie 13 ii n I 1 I I T III I 1 I 1 I I . I lt.1 I I I I I I I I I II III I I. I I I I II II I III I I II I I I tSilmmary FIRST QUARTER 1. Caliarv. touchdown . , (Dillard) .V........ 4.31 2. Calgary, convert (-(Robinson) '; -J '- 3. Calaarv. field goal " (Robinson) ......... 135 4.' Edmonton, field goal , (Mitchell) 10.36 3. Calgary, field goal i (Roolnson) J... 13.17 'I" SECOND QUARTER 6. Calgary, touchdown (Bain) ........ i.... 8.49 7. Calgary, convert , . (Robinson) 8. Edmonton, field goal (Mitchell) ..... .v . . 10.23 9. Calgary, field goal v (Robinson) . .' 12.16 THIRD QUARTER 10. Single -(Robinson) . ., 13 .32 . -. FOURTH QUARTER 1L Calgary. Bald goal . (Robinson) 3.47 12. Calgary, touchdown (Bain) ............. 12.08 CFL Records WESTERN CONFERENCE W L T F A Pts BC 2 0 1 49 16 4 Saskat'n 2 10 54 30 4 Calgary 2 2 0 99 58 4 Winnipeg I 1 I 71 54 3 Edm'nton 0 3 0 28 128 0 f 4' WHATEVER HAPPENED ' ; TO THE OLD END RUNT . No sport can! stand stilt It , either progresses or it diet. This is especially true with spectator-sporta." for as the ate .get bigger, bigger, ;: love of the gam and ' fre-; quently thought ; nothing of going both ways off enct and defence for 60 minutes.,- Few ? can be an expert both ' ways and'' bene the defence . was far more catch as catch can , than today. ' " . i i ! Today, the and run, as it : wu called, would be cut to the pay days get better and better and so do the players. In the days of the "good old end run," a player was lucky to earn enough to keep him in cleats. -. .They played .mainly for the pieces before It got started. Today it would be ap against 12 defensive specialists who have been trained on lefence alone for Ave, sis or 10 years. It had IU place in football back in the days when pole-vaulters were doing 13 feet. 6 inches,, and mile . runners were clocking 4 minutes and 10 seconds..-., . - .. - r.:oTon CHAHE SEfiVICE ,7 Grants h 200-Foot Booms t 50-Foor Jibs . fcstuiT hwa rei ist Fall Immraac Coverage BROTHERS ) . 745-1555 and 745-1554 K!3 tOAB ' NEW PR DIRECTOR NEW YORK (UPI) John Halligan yesterday was named publicity director of the New York Rangers of the NaUonaj nootey League. i if lUtlOtNO MATERIAL CENTRES TO SERVE T0U lytowfi lumbar ' 748-628 t - CatinaM lumbar m-ttat . v Fnlntttrvin' lumW L lonhomriM t nil ltd. - asdweld--.13l - Moat Lawter 911 lonhomma MstarUti ltd. 771-8281 .1 . Will rrr XC:r- . ; Dear Sir. r.ri ";,tt.. . , : . lce -Ui. to - - . to ... ' elo- g'ft. .laced - . , "from Ywo iW""" - d5 K w t ttiroRh ,.. , , js. t rM rvc" " ;-.-V7 tour rr, Lb, . ; .Vv;;.:r..', m ;-- Mn? '-'1 ' ' ' , V'".? tours Ter truly, - Pi' o: try it . . if irorfcs 237 QUEEN ST. Ht i" 'i.'V V r , w f -k l'r 'lie ? t i . 1 r ill lira

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