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August 21, 1964

The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 17

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Friday, August 21, 1964
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THE OTTAWA JOURNAL 17 WESTWICK The .Ottawa Journal - i Weekend Roundup Notes and Comment TODAY, AUGUST 21, 1984 i " mmm t K UOUETTES my havs to but they're far ahead of the game to far in convincing t both the home following and other fans that they're a chal-f lenger. at the moment . , . You can't disregard three -wins bi ; row. nor the six points they represent . . .Jwo of the wins : have been against Argot, but the Scullers are improved too I and the victory over HamUtoa has to sUnd as a big one. I Trimble has a stout defensive uiyl going for him end , the . combined count of three clubs against the Larks hasn't -t reached 20 points as yet ,V. Argos didn't take this second I lacing with the greatest of grace, and showed early in the game they didn't intend to, if defeat was to be their lot . ... ' The Rowing Club was tagged regularly for roughing, but it .didn't teem to bother the stout Montreal effort, especially defensively. " '-' "',.;:. ? WANTS RULE CHANCE " Meanwhile Rough Rider can't blame lack of rest for anything that happens when they get around', to taking on tAlouettea , . ,' One of the bright features to this layoff is that Kay Vaughaa will be ready for action .'. . Dave Thdea sort of shrugged off the recurrence of an old ankle injury with the remark: The only thing that will help it is rest." , : . However, If Larry Degraw gets into action, it means Canadian will be dropped. v " " Anal Stokas is campaingning against the practice of letting the clock run in the final five minutes . . . He's against time-outs but thinks the present rule permits too much stalling by the leading team late in the game . . . Would like to tee the clock stopped in the final flv minutes and not let K run " again until play is actually started , . . Thinks fans would ,'get their money's worth. , .--;;. OTTAWA U AND McCnX -. - , ' i . Toa form fine football player, lawyer and worker ia y the cause of Ottawa University Football, Pierre Beaoit, advises that the second program to aid Ottawa U. football , wiU be held Sept 18 . . . Last year's inaugural against McGUI at Lsnsdown Park was real success, and this time Mstt Anthony's garnet and grey takes on McGUI . . , Last year's ; game drew around 6,000 to give football fans a. peek at i the Intercollegiate brand , . . It win be an annua) event with i Queen's perhaps the next In line next yetr. ! j.-Vi , .A former Ottawa U. player, by the way, will be doing t the 11m coaching at Acadia University this season In the I person of Ward Adams, of Ottawa . . . Ward played with ; some of the better Ottawa U. clubs while here and has .. accepted the line coaching job for this season while continuing his studies there. . ,-r-.1 ,- v : .-.'.f ' . ,': METS PUSH INCREASE . Thd N'aUonal BaseoaB League may pass the 12-millton nark this season and to the wonder of nobody It will be the New York Mets and leading Phillies-pushing Jhe . In-crease , And do you remember,' by the way; when the Operators of that club tried to rechristen them the "Phils father than thevPhillies? , , Just as in the case of most f fferu in that direction nobody paid' any attention . ..Boston once tried to make tha Brave into the "Bees . , It never (taught on any mot than the Braves did in Boston They pushed off to Milwaukee, and now maybe to Atlanta as the f Braves' . . , Cincinnati rechriatened ita dub the "Redlegs" put they're stlU the Reds for most people. r " ' That, was quite an admission by a Columbia Broadcasting .System official, as one of the new owners of the Yankees, that baseball might be referred to at a "business" . , . Just keep track of some of these announcements and you II be breast of the times . . , But, truthfully, what's wrong with this in these changing times? '.- . , ' , ' '' . V'C CAUSED SOME CONFUSION ' ' Y Not much heard these dsys around trotting circles of this controversial "four-second" rule, in the trotting gam as the beaion move on at Rideau Carleton . , . Her was on of the atoat criticized of the rules adopted by the CTA after it bad net a similar fau m the Mates which used It across the border , . The USTA never adopted this nil which demand that driver nod go four seconds slower in succeeding smarter than h did to hi first,. '-. " The USTA backed up drivers who Insisted H took much but Of the technique of winning rices and, of course, k could aesily be circumvented if judges didn't tax recourse to other sections . , 1 It was adopted with the idea of making the prtt half of a race faster than might b the as ia Mrliar years , , . Yet titer ar other sections of the cod which give Judge th whip band in demanding this. , : . "' j . At any rat, there hu heen 'confusion smong fan as to whether this four second rule has been rescinded by th CTA . . . Presiding Judges and other CTA officials say ther pa been no official notjc received of this, and thus far ignore pre reports released earlier . . . But th Judges go after what Obviously I slow quarter or slow half , . . Th four second ... fail alone seemed to penalize only th driver in th lead . . . And viewed only from that aspect it often missed the boat when th lead changed hand in th first half , , It' still ther but th judges ar tackling apparently from other angles. V ' Al Grill o, the Rideau Carleton Raceway manager has been advised by his doctors to "slow down" . . . Gritlo missed a football gam the other night on a night off which 1 a rarity for this former member of the Giants . . . He's worked kard at the job bu( is satisfied with the progress so fsr this year. ' , ; . .i'-V,,;.," (t: MORE THAN A WEEKENp''v And now this corncr.wUI make k soreeth'lng more than a weekend wrap-up to far at this space is concerned -We'll b taking off on Something of a busman' holfday with om rather exciting prospect in rambling through Germany for the next few weeks , . '.Meanwhile, Auf Wiedersehen t and Cluck to th Rough Rider and the gang bi sports. ? ; EFC Leaders Montreal kicker Gino Ber-mta booted a field goal and convert for four points Thursday night to lift him Into Mvmth place among Easttrn Football Conference scoring leader. - Hi point came' u the Alouettes whipped Toronto Argonauu .16-1 with touchdowns going to Dav Hoppmaa 1 and Larry Tomllnson, their first of th season. End Ted Watkins of OtUw OUi irt Rider heads the tcoisj prov quite lew tnmgi yet. ing race with 24 points off four touchdowns in tore gam. Five player have 12 point acn, .- Th leaders:- t: "';: : TD C FO S Pa Watkins, O .. 4 0 .0 0 34 Col. M .... 3 Hatcher, T .. 2 Stewart, 0 3 Thekm, O ... 3 Rsclne, O ... 0 Barrett. M-.. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ih 1 3 Sutherin, H . .. 0 -A. t " i. . 'u' " r- ) it ffi v- . ., a f t f V( f t;! v'.- it,' ia t ,-... '? ... it i . Fullback Ron Hatcher j(26) of Toronto Argonauts is stopped by Jerry Field (15) and another Montreal Alouette in Thursday night's Eastern Football Con MONTREAL (CP) Mont-real Alouettes defensive team simply refuses to ' coove. . So ' does . the "offensiv"; sauad. and that's what haa coach -Jim Tt1mM, ton, T-cerned. " . , - ; vm. nuhtnc ... toe ti near-perfect Thursday night ' p tntrep. ky t a the Al defeated Toronto J J"n -.., 4i4 Argonaut 16-1 for their ! RSSS.'S tuft . third straieht vlrtnrv wltK. - out a loss thW season. But th attacking machine sputtered like a lawnmower out of gas. -w'- The Als 'could only mus ter, a' total offence of 177 ' yards, and to th second ' aau STUiMied to mere two i first downs. A t-0 lead wet ; their only reward in the1 ' lopsided opening 30 minJ ata. ' i OVERSIZED BOOK 1 ' . ;. ;Th trouble according to J Trimble, was quarterback . Vernon Col and aa oversized playbook. "We've had too much j tuff for him and I Intend ; to limit th offence for th ' next game,' be ssid. "WvT got to stick ttj-th things ' w ooes oett. He's reluctant to use the straight-back pass wher he need a lot of work. ; He throw better on , th run." Th Malwart defender stepped In to preserve the - rtttory . and tend th Als :I,r P "n em Faotbalt Conferenea.' two point ahead of Ouawa. Teronto remained in third, two points in front of win-lea Hamilton. , Alberta Golfers Dominate il I '- ian SASKATOON Three Albert golfer Doug Silver-Calif., berg and Keith Alexander of Calgary and John Kilburn of Edmonton led th way into Bruce Brewer of Whitevale. th quarter-final round Of theOnt. 3 and 2. . , I ise Canadian Amateur tolf' chsmplonshrps Thursday. Sllverbers uid Hh most Impressiv display; a 4snd 3 triumoh over . Bunkv Henrv. long-driving Georgia Stat Ama teur champ. Th match drew th largest gallery to appear at the Saskatoon Riverside Golf Club during the day. - Alexander downed 1963 final ist Bert Tkehurtt of Vancouver and I and Kilburn clipped Bob Kldd of Vancouver 8 and 4. Th results left three former champion In th field. Alexander and Ontario Wllllngdon Cup team represent ttvas Nick weslock of Toronto and Gary Cowan of Kitchener. - Weslock defeated Una Bickel of Calgary 3 and 3. and Cowan stooped Keith Rvr of Regln by tn same score, i la other mttcbea, Johnny Johnson of Vsncotrvar tripped Bill Pidisssa or Winnipeg 2 and ' 6g, ' - ...if J- STOPPED Ah Stumble by Argos For 3rd Straight Win : Statistics MONTUAL (CFH-atstSiUes 'it; in Montrl - Toronto reotbcU Onrnc gam: It also retained for Mont-s real th distinction of being th only unbeaten, untied team in Canada and left th Ate only one victory .from fulfilling a . matter phut Trirabi hat designed to se- i cur playoff position. --.-. "Our ide was to win th first four games or as many as w can," b explamed.. Toronto ha beaten Ottawa already and Hamilton can .. beat Ottawa and wv got 7 two up on Toronto. So if w can tak Hamilton again , sotnobody't going to get elimlnsted real quick." . , , HURDLES OVER. Th Als' first touchdown cam on th initial esries of tn jam with Dav Hopp. man completing a 92-yard drive by hurdling over from the two. Th last offensive payoff effort vu Gino Br- rwta't field goal tn th tec- . end quarter. , Then the defence atepped .. tn. Jacki Ptrkar. th hmn. but Are auartattiark who replaced rooki Karl Swaetaa Just before half time, succeeded in moving Toronto to within threatening dlsUnos. a -'' i ' ' -C'' " Amateur 1. John Sirman . f FrM edied Jim Seiaann. f Saskatoon 4 and J and Rnn Folk of Saskatoon defeated 3 ways to turn I if you're tired of V ordinary Yfthkicsl ACADIAN .lit ' 1' -I :TT- I ference game in Montreal Alt moves in along with th (11). The Ala won the gam . But it wis in vain. The Als stopped on driv at their 20-yard line after Col . fumbled, ; stood immobile gainst three Argo rushes from within their seven-yard ' trip . and ended another threat when Sherman Lewis fumbled t th 29. . y 'To ciimax their' effort, Larry ". Tomllnson.. raced SO yards with a Parker Inter-ceptioa in th lest mmut to gam but of reach. BerretU converted th rookie's first pro score. V The Argot, whose offence totalled 219 yard and 14 first downs, on ten than Montreal, averted a ahutout when Dav Mann boomed a 53-yard punt Into th nd son and Ed Leam conceded. HEAVY TOLL ' i -1 Much of their punch was sterilized by their heavy toll , of penalties. Referee Seymour WUson marched off 141 yards against them, most for ' roughing and piling on, t ( Coach Nobby WbkowskL peeved but silent, said: "I'm going to ask th cotnmis-sioner (Sydney Halter) to look at the filma. What cte can I sy?" . 4-, " Penalties for roughing and piling on, plus George Dixon' . lS-yard run to the Toronto Jim Rountree set up Toronto's first, scoring opportunity when he jarred Col from the blind aid and pick. .-, SOSWEGO SPEEDWAYS r RACING i . H-MIU PAVED r-. faci r i CLASS i" . Typ a (super aradinadJL T' ls ' 50 UP CHAMPIONSHIP RACE B ' at aV a (aa asa. a av . a a aisaaa aa a 'at ad a Ai UKUAT NlUfl, P.M. Ead of East AVway St, , '.. ADULTS $2.50 ; CHILDREN lOe : i : : 11 if'. !. w. w... , i - i PISTILLERS - Bridgctown, , 1 !.- Clar Exelby .(24) of th Argot' George Heaghley 16-1. . . ICNwmI Wlreplwto) ed up th loos ball.. But Ron Hatcher was thrown for a three-yard loss and Parker was nailed seven yards behind the line A field goal try went wide. .'. Parker moved there into position sgain. scrambling 30 yard to Montreal's seven. George Hughley rushed to th three, was stopped on second down and Hatcher was Inches short on a third attempt 4 . T Thdr . "third "ami final chanc was nullified ', when Lewi dropped Parker's pitch-out and Ted Elsby pounced on th baU. . ' - Summary: FIRST QUARTER 1. Montreal, touchdown (Hoppmann) M. SECOND QUARTER 2. Montreal, field goal (Berretu) 2 M. . THIRD QUARTER ,..3. Toronto, single (Marin). FOURTH QUARTER 4. ' Montreal, -touchdown CTomlinson) 14.36. S. MontrBtsl convert (B3f rtuX two, st up Hoppman't touchdown. And two piling-on calls and a roughing Infraction put th Als in position for Beretta's three-pointer. - Journal Want quick results. Ads bring IANKE0 TRACK Nov Scotia tti : ai . j I Th TVTTT : i i m r II : I' MY mm WQitfl 132 PAIRS ONLY REGULAR 1.00 On Pair to Cnstossor 52 ONLY VALUES TO 1.50 On to a' Customer .21 ONLY VALUES TO 69.50 CASUAL SHIRTS LONG VALUES SHOES BRANDED LINES BROKEN SIZES ' VALUES TO 21.50 REGULAR 7.95 NO ALTERATIONS SHIRTS SHORT SLEEVES V VALUES TO 5.00 2.99 ail ) -.'I li'TP, m slax 1 - mm Sr5B a BAN-LON SHIRTS ij SHORT SLEEVES VALUES TO 8.95 i99 ' run . Wm -: . , -' ' " .... : r( I V,':7":'.'"':

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