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The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 13

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y ' Fleming -who delighted the Empire i Stadium crowd "'of JJ.SII with sparkling TV .''i wlB.HHIM yard pasa-aadHrua plays SrlJ. Aiieairvxit.li (tni-U Quarterback Jo. K.pp rifled SmSL th halt 45 yards in th air BuiuielMwan Cn, sim: and Fleming eluded W xttjt ' ? katchewan defender ' Bah awMnt - is aia Pucek to gallop th remain- t""." -, , , big M yards to th goal line, Peter Kempf . converted three of the four B.C. touch-downs.' . ' . , and blocker, tackle Al ud by halfback Bv Bailey fans at Empire Stadium. (CF-Jeunial Wtnehota) Garni Toniaht clubs at, th end of the season. It works this way: Montreal woo the opener of the- three game eerie with Toronto, 21-13 last Saturday, and if they can score :. a victory tonight they'll have the season edge decided. If the two teams are tied at the end of the Schedule, the Al-ouette will get the nod. If Toornto wins, the third meeting betwen th teams will decide a tie. "I dont need to tell my players this." Wlrkowski said Wednesday night 1 think . they've been able to figure thi out by themselves. They" know what happened last weekend and they know it better not happen again.' Both teams will be short on ' manpower, - although the ATa disabled player are fell nitely out while - Toronto' Injured likely will don uni- ' forma. , J 3 FARKER TO DRESS ' Toronto quarterback Jack! Farker likely Win drat, al-V though Wlrkowski said a ds clsion wont be mad until Just before gsme time.;" i "Even if he doe play, he wont be 100 per cent effective," be explained. "He wet kicked in the ankle in the v Montreal game. He mowed t two workout but ho prac d-sejcc;i erzciris ntima loin - WRTfJI a t r'- ' 'USED FTBFRGLAS BOATS' V"i 4 CADORETTE RUNABOUT ! ' - 1 w wur. suunaj e i i i ii n ww 'I THURSDAY. AUOUST 20. 1964 t V THE OTTAWA JOURNAL 13 T WESTWIGK ' -. - ' ; ' , rr ;;. '" ' : ' iff iiWt H i I Still Lo The Ottawa Jo Still Lot of Room For Rider Improvement I ' UOUGH RIDERS take a fairly . be wltn any ncourageroenx iroro w v - take It asy or ilt around wttft in ioa wey re on "j . F.t nr Orev Cun chamoionshio. It's been fairly t encoureg ing atari tor them which meant nothing, ana a uiu wore iwppr - while getting back, in winning etretk gainst Hamilton ana Winnipeg. ,,j f, . V,, ft ; nidan looked ood atainst the Blue Bombert lut time V-out, but not quite as good In Indicated. Before toe game a tew mama www Bud Grant about the Winnipeg et-p. Thar wat lion made to Grant that In the pahaler day of the Blue Bombers, they'd made rapid change. Yet now tbera war only the four ahifu In proapeet for thi year. . V Bud' reply was ut the effect hi "veteran had' iuH turned it on agauW'the newcomer and show they were entitled to the Job." This may be quite true, but thl Winnipeg club didn't quite convey the Impression of long-lasting line play' and tricky funning that he beta a by-word with their club through the year and particularly In Grant t time. Winnipeg club haven't only convinced the opposition in their good yeart with sustained bursts of line play. Their forte was at ait ever-driving force defensively that wore down the opposition with the fury of a defensive play spiced by the offensive performance to be expected of Leo Lewi et ati But It wat the drive of their line play either way that always Impressed - v ; - y, ; Yet on Tuesday night Rider wore them down in a fashion to suggest that the year may hive caught up with more than a few of those brave veteran of the Winnipeg mm And th recline here is that Riders weren't ell that powerful in some respects to : game down tne roaa to an easy vicwry. ... . All of the impressions weren't reflected in the statistics, J though none will argue too much that these things ever are. ! As on fan, who took the trouble to collar us suggested ; yesterday: "This Otuwa club I OK but they aren't going to ' get away with thi first-half bumbling all th time." I", The test, of course. It that a team come back from t these troubles which may not be all of their own. The I notion here was that there were excusable lapses In the first f half against Hamilton for th reason that th Un play wat I' really punUhing then. It didn't appear thi rugged against th Bomber, but there (till were lapses which may have been , corrected by quick move dak- made after the game. ! . ; f-f - Rider could be a good club thi year. They can strike wen offensively, though there 1 some balance missing that ;th ooache will have to correct by experimenting. Basically fthy took good defensively if they don't accept the notion 5 they har anything mad at thi tug., ; i IT MAKES SENSE. WTO GUESS . Th crowd angle on Tuesday wat a little puzzling In i tome respect. It ran something around 17,800, which didn't tax th Unsdowne capacity at all and caused -som conjecture I her and there among tht fan who did pay their way. Yet Jt't hard to e th peopl w command of football being too I surprised vn If th Bombert ordinarily should b a dub to excite Interest and ordinarily prompt a good run at th Wicket. A ; V; i . The Pain facts likely ar that there la a surfeit of football via television. A football fan nowaday doesn't necessarily have to be In the teats to appear or be knowledgeable about the game and be a party to any discussion on th merits or demerit of the home town dub. He gt S cross action of Canadian pro football hi hi own living room, and he certainly Ltart at any disadvantage when It come to being a "fan" la any discussion downtown or anywhere tie. , . ; f Football people can't be puzzled by this. At least they F shouldn't be.' They've told ttfevistoo to th people on a very ( handsome paying basis. The expectation ? op thai it wUl engender Interest in the gam la logical enough. But they also mutt expect it should be reflected in gat, ( ' . ; NOT THE CHIEF FIGURE . Z V:'. Baseball, football and hockey, among major sports, have discovered that attendance at the rinks or stadiums hurt necessarily the big payoff. The demand for front offices to " product at th gat u naturally very reel and insistent by th 't -owners. But the latter mutt know full well by now that you can't make it financially both way. . i J,-'' The blackout on the home game I one approach.but It - isn't th final snswer when It come to producing th season's J figures. This has become a rather complex butln: the tush to put over the live production, and the cry that you can't get th reel picture without being on hand. y ' But there's also the formidable answer that Joe Fan can 'get quite a lot of football entertainment in hi own living room. It presents a very realistic problem for football In its I progress as a great Canadian spectacle. It offart th vary basic problem for operator a to bow much you can get J both way. K A DEMAND FZRFORMANCE.- Th playoff aren't such a problem. They're something I ft a demand performance for fans to be present. The home club i Involved, and the Idea l to be present. But In the meantime there can't be too much concern about fluctuating r'Crowda. There's only so much money, and, whore the spec- Jtada la apread around as much as H is today via game and the Irving room spectacle, k hag to be divided up. , " J i Either way, the dub don't seem to be suffering regard- leu of horn gat figure. - "'- . . . A f j, - at Names, Numbers : . roll owing are the name and numbers for to-; inlght'g teletrlied CTL gtmt between Toronto Argo- nauU and Montreal Alouettes In Montreal Si , MONTREAL . TORONTO - ll: i-r5?k . - - Hughleyll , t ( ; liEvanshan ; ' Parker 1 a , " If vl5-.Fleldi c (- ' "Atchtaon 17! -tl l6WHopprnan-T 'Virv ,8wtetan-rl8f t 17 Jam ....... Rountreii 9(1 : Rountree 20 1ft Colo ' 3 23- Page 1 23 Exelby 9S TtnrVla 28 Dixon 29 Bowen ... fr 38 Luater '. 3B wavtit ?f 45-AjdmtU '--IV 47 Crain ' i; . 81 Cooler . ' x ew (if.u. f . a o vvtuum . - " . f. 53 Wood Is. Sft Locklln 89 Leblanc 60 Mlnlhana Ikl 1 Nlckla - 62 Lewis ' 63 Leresque Y 67 : 70-eftolda SI '11 Inrin.i f 73 Hicks , rtuip . : 76 Barrett v . N 51" Tf Tornllnaon Game time: I p.m. ,t 1 loot rest now. but it M't through th exhibition serte, thl comer's book m the eeort make thai tun from a tight ui , . Lewis 21 8hatto-32 cnandier 33 .Quistopherson-xis ' 4 Hatcher 2S ruell 28 - ' Howell SO 4 ,' Wydranney 61 - - - - Rechner 34 i Stoneburgh 40 ;J , Vllanaa-44 " . Hoerater 46 j'.''4 . tmrue-oO 4 1 ' Paauette 62 t Martlneilo 64 , - , . Rawjjckw57 ' Btrleter 68 Harrington 59 Kykoluk 60 KlApatrlck 64 , Shlpp 88 ' ' , Rak 68 ms Brewer 70 .' . , 'Mann 75 A Wllamv 70 Sampaon 77 . Campbell 78 ' Plvec 79 Lions In 27-16 VANCOUVER (UPI)-Vaa-couver Lions increased their Western FootbaU Conftrence ; lead with an electrifying XI- victory Wednesday night ever Saskatchewan Bough--riders before Ji.lll spectator. ,. : Consolidating their hold on first , place by three points over the scond-plc Riders, the Lions also served notice . they have the leading candid-' jr. . - 4 .'. .... . - Baauicnewen Kougnnoen ruuoacx ueorge Kd (34) . Bneick (OS) run into an unidentified BC player backed (38) during a WFC league ' - A i 'Crucial' Label A ttached fS-AlAwos MONTREAL BKaiak kA tWeAkaalt t Al ia bartly under way, th flrtt -"aveur label hat beitn removed from Winter storage ' and attached ' to tonight' : Eastern Foothafl Conferenca encounter bet wen the Montreal Atouette and Toronto Argonaut. - rt , If a only the nfth content played In the East this year, ' r V I. " 3V i. WITH KICKING WINS BALL GAMES . Every play in football haa a purpose to aeore, to control th ball or to kaen th oppe- hioa from scoring. And the kick u no xception.i Don't Just think of the kick a a last retort kicking - wiat ball game. .- Her ar lust a few of the thing the quarterback thinks of, in galling or not caning for a nunc ' r! (I) Ground gained la punting , Just as valuabl as lt ground gained by passing ' or running. (2) In a dee ball gam the . punt used as an offao- , lvo wpon. t c (3) When behind your own ,j, , 30 yard line, punt fre- ' quently from a balanced ' or onsid formation. (4) At a general rule, you dont wait until your Windsor Squarts Semi-final Series . i' . , .,i if , . Windsor defeated Capiul (-3 Wednesday night to square their bett-or-fiv city inter- mediate Softball League semi anal ne at two garnet apiece. f -.. .:.'"! Deciding gam la th series It chduled Friday night at Sandy Hill diamond at 6.18 pjn. Winners will play Fine's la th final. l '' Mo Saxe pitched to Gary htjm P anuipMM nqiiu J rj tjeuutM tyi j Br0 iubio iormea uit tosing bination. ' ' Uhveil SnidttoMl at for th rookJe-of-the-year honors In fullback Bob Swift The X-year-old youngster from 'Pennsylvania's' Clemtoa University scored three of the Lions', four touchdowns. They war his third, fourth end fifth la three games sine taking over the fullback spot from retired Western all-star Nub Boamer. The other B.C. major was , scored - by speedster Willie .;, PLOWS THROTJr.H ....... . - . i.. game Wednesday before 3SAIS - ' i . , but both coach, Montreal' Jim Trimble and Toronto' ' Nobby Wirkowtki. are aware of the significance it will carry when the standings are tabulated at the dose of war-fart in November. ' .:. ' COULD HAVE BEARING Th outcome, to' b decided before an expected capacity crowd at McGiU Stadium, could nav a bearing on the position of th two - third down to punt when ryot team la behind Its 20 yard line. When -. r ;hind your own 10, you, : ; v may kick on first down. An offensive mistake bore can kill you. (8) If th wind i at your beck you usually hurry' your team and run at many playt as possible In order to get as many kicks with the wind at possible. :'; (6) When outclassed In punt-X.:'1'. Ing. you kick only When """ you have to,'; try " and maintain possession of the ball and try and make . up the difference with e " ' ;. mort potent running and pasting attack. (Covyristit ISM) WFC Standing WLT F A F; British CoL . . I 0 I 7S 32 7 Calgary ..... 2 2 0 09 M 4 Saskatchewaa 2 S 0 70 77 4 Winnipeg .... 1 S 1 SO 100 3 Edmonton . 0 3 0 28( 128 .0 ,' WINS SAILING MEET ! LOCH EARN. Scotland (UPI) Chris Hobday, of England,! th defending champion, gamed an : 11 -second victory over countryman Reg White yester day on the second day of tht 13th World Hornet Class sail ing championship, , t , ' BOSTON (UPI) Bob Turley. Boston Red Sox pitching coach, received the Cy Young Award at th outstanding pitcher of the year in 1958. r rsmi'tuiaieept. ks i s rumbles lest 1t Punu VMA lsa peiultiF racoatt s to rwt (mis - i The Riders, who lost the . first gam of back-to-back fint-plac battle 17-1 in Re-' gina last Friday, got majors from Ed Buchanan and Bob Good. Gtftf James converted one and added another throe points on a field goal. RUGGED FLAY ' ""Th "grudge gsme" that - began with coach Bob Shaw of the Riders charging the Lions with dirty play in the Friday gam, and BC general j manager Herb Capotsi making counter Jab,' was highlighted by rugged pity end - the ejection of Saskatchewan's Buchanan and Lions' Dick . Fouls for - separata infractions. " . ; f u Buchanan was tossed out of t the. gam m the fourth quarter for fighting and Fout was ousted co a dipping call.' r JameV 2J-yard first quarter field gcal came tlx plays after Saskatchewaa defensive halfback Gene Wlasluk intercepted a Kapp pas Intended for Mack Burton on th B.C. The Riders were forced into the field goal situation after Lancaster pass Hipped through th finger of Jack Gotta on th BC five-yard line. tised Tuesday and Wednesday." Don FueU and Karl Sweet-an ar standing in reserve and th Toornto coach wat confident either could carry the club In Parker absence. Both, he Mid, would share th duties If Parker wat un- able to play. t ' Two Argos, lineman Butch. Larue and Gerry Wilson, defl- nitely ar out and Wah Red-' tick and halfback Ron How-; all remain doubtful. "On of them win sit out."! aid Wlrkowski. -It'll be Parker or Radzlck or How-; ett" , ... , t The Alouetet, the only un- beaten, untied team m thtj country, also will b limping.' Tackle Bob Minihan and Jim AndreottJ already hav mite-i d on gam and war ruled out ' for thi eon teat, and rooki end Al Irwin wu side-' lined Wednesday. , " Tha. kinky freshman from, McMaster University received a broken nose in Toronto: and Infection developed.; Trimble aaid young quarter-' back Jim McJtsei, would start in Irwin' place. ' "W might even throw him' passes," said Trimble. Thoe quarterbacks semttimes know th. patting patterns' better than the end." ; j jcssci esmiSM niim , SG00 14' TRAVELER CS. 1SS - rflfa ( etFltetmc)?j..Ativ' wUi , 14 FRfNCECRAFT 1 SCOO (4s) rLP, Rating) l....,,l..v..M..,,yUU i4- cadoretVe1 Z::::.l H2S tT CARTOF ALUMINUM BOAT, and m 4tf f 194 EVTNRUDE 8V4 RF. '.V'. ; ; and asany othf xclMng Bargain' r; Tor.ir.i,Y a lefebvre - '( ?, -3 LIMITED ' -x . 498 BANK ST. at ARGYLI , f . -T . 23S473I vt r ' - - - i trill-- ku. . Omb MesvThark a- pm. riMar, tp fm. t-, 'ft-. asaraajra.t.l paa. t Rookie Th Lions then went on an 84-yard march to set up their firtt . touchdown . that wat mad possible by a fiv-yrd penalty to Saskatchewan. it gave th Leos a first down after Kempf missed t field goal from a bed angle at th Saskatchewaa 13. CRASHES OVER .Regaining control on th Saskatchewan seven, Fleming end Kapp mad short gain before Swift crashed over fiom th three on I third down situation. - Th Lions' second quarter major also was precipitated by an interception by defensive back Welt Belickt. He Bulled down a Lancaster pas on tha BC 48 and ran it beck 10 yard. Th Lions then picked up thro first downs, th last on th third on a last-down gambit that Swift mad pay oft Kapp hit Jim Carphut with a 20-yarder and rooki Swift carried th last three yard. . The Roughrider cam right back from the kickoff end on the last play of the half. Buchanan wheeled 40 yards deep into the Lions end tone, but was halted by Steve Shaffer, the second last man. .' ' The second half was less thea three minute old when Kapp fumbled on bit own S3 and Ron Meadmor recovered for the visitors?- Lin-' caster moved th Rider to th BC tight oo three plays ' befor tending Buchanan , around right and to make It ..14-i. James missed the " Th action-packed fourth quarter taw th Kldert go ahead for tha first time in th tame, when they took Nal Beaumont kick on their own 3S and ran 4t back tor a touchdown in 10 plays. Lancaster capped the drivt with a seven-yard pas to Good. The Lions cam right back less than two minutes later . with the Kapp to Fleming crowd plr. They added the fourth touchdown in the last minute of play after t third-down gamble when Lancaster was dropped on th Saskatchewan one-yard line by Emery Barnes. Swift went ever from there. FIRST QUAJtrta 1 Saskatchewan, Field Goal (James) 1.42 . SECOND QUARTER i BC Touchdown (Swift) 2.02 3 BC, Convert (Kempf). 4 BC, Touchdown (Swift) 1443 5 BC. Convert (Kempf). THUtO QUARTER S Saskatchewan, Tou-Juiown . x (Buchanan) 2.24 FOURTH QUARTEB 7 Saskatchewan, I Touchdown I (Good) . 8.43 I Saskatchewan, v Convert (James). tBC Touchdown (Fleming) t.45 10 BC Touchdown (Swift) v,...14.lS . (Kempf) r (w ' F.. I I BC Convert (Kempf). . 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