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t g-l ' , . -v 12 THE OTTAWA JOURNAL l TUESDAY. AUOUST 25, . 1984 on Saskatchewan StaMneaers Turn laoles i Late Drive Produces Win REG1NA (CP) Cslgsry Stampeders turned the ublet on Saskatchewao Rough-ridera here Monday night end . edged them 14-13). iwith second-half comeback 'in. a Western Football Conference . game before 16,443 fans. Roughriders last season' made a habit of coming from behind for their victories and have done it once this year. Last tune Stampedert played in Taylor Field Riders from behind . 26-point 'deficit to, win the 1961! two-game total - point semi-final series. . r .Tie Ant' quarter wis scoreless Monday, Riders led 7-0 at the half and 13-4 after three-quarters. Summary FIRST QUARTER .: , -No scoring. ''; j SECOND QUARTER 1. Saskatchewan, touchdown (Campbell) :K.' ' ' I. Saskatchewan, C o n v e r t (James). -A ' THIRD QUARTER S. Saskatchewan; . touchdown (Buchanan! 3:13. 4. Calgary, single (furlong) . S-.M. " - - AV; -i-i. Calgary, field goal (Robinson) 11:31. , ' FOURTH QUARTER .Calgary, touchdown (Coleman) 1:47. T. Calgary,' convert (Robin-' ton). g. Calgary, field goal ( Robin son) 1:23. Constellation Squares Series In Yacht Trials - NEWPORT." RI (AP) Constellation Mdt it three straight over American Eagle in the US. final trials for America's Cup defence candidates, winning Monday by four minutes, 13 seconds ever a 19.8-mile course on Rhode Island Sound. ; . r- - 7 ConsteUatioa's rlctory evened the core between the. two yachts. Over the eeasoo, each yacht -has won seven races. But Constellation has been the top boat in these J crucial iinai trials. f- She has woo -lis match races without a defeat, counting those wMch were held before Columbia and NeferthJ were eliminated. ' Sovereign defeated Kurre-wa. V by one minute,' 32 - seconds in the opening of the final trials for the British - yachts seeking the right to challenge for the cup. Little League LMVALS ACSSS Tuikm . . est eoe I S 1 Dodawa . . Sit lee S S f lomy Stmpm aS BUI tn: Biiwi McsiMfmy aaS Omnls WrttMll. pint saa bwt-- thraa anl. 1,322 COLORS " m all pamt ' flnlsbes TAS1I? CALL CEG-2333 tn . .. i ... BLUE LINE; .A I SHOhiii i ! ionium I ii i ! i ' ' " 1 'V ""'" " '-JTi?ji' t n - The win gave Stampeder ' sole possession of second : place in Western Conference: standings, two points ahead'--of Roughriders. ir Halfback Lovetl Coleman' -scored the only Calgary touchdown, Jim Furlong ' booted a single and halfback Larry Robinson took the lead in the WFC scoring race by ' booting two field goals and a convert Robinson now has 40 points, Ave ahead of Winnipeg's George Fleming. . Halfback Ed 1 Buchanan and flanker Hugh Campbell scored touchdowns for Saskatchewan hd halfback Gerry James converted one. Coleman and quarterback. .-Eagle Day were the leading ground- gainers for Sum- pedera, picking up 56 and 33 ' yards; respectively. Stamps got only 64 yards passing In' toe game.- !"' 'm For Roughriders, fullback George Reed ran for 71 yards in 17 carries and flanker Campbell ought eight passes one a .touchdown toes for 89. yarda. v Statistics KXOINA ' 4CPhaeitIti of th CsWry StaalrtMen WrC Cl. is flMt , IM tn Taraa sMlfi( isa is s 14 a 44 S 1 : I e st ' ts 1 ai . a rvnbM . ...... e Ir-nalUu ... Tout tmrU . s Sovereign -won the most recenti series .between the two 12-metre yachts, 4-2. . Greenwood Results TPWOWTO CT Units at Ore- rtnt 4T70O s m atai MS Ttm. mi, star SUM I A. WaoSaUi. MM. lO SS. 10; hmlM A. WU krl. Sse.. 4 SO; a-Soanr Tonr IM. rthrtainTJ. Tim. S.11 -. -x-Gr rum pixie ut sua. Setww VOt, CaUxrfeM sm tar alae siarus. . . (S-rtnllM , plaeaS 4I f Scralcl , ato STOe. S ymmr Ma aa up. rttm. mUm. ASminl n S. WMHrl. SSO, IM IM; chrla tm w. BaBKMti, ut' am motm awr u -acriiim, s a, TtM. S.1S. kMX7 IM, Mf Ewimv. Util Tom a CuiaL am. Tom t TraUw saw ttarWS. Oallr Bwakkn SU M. Thirt MOO. S rmi Ma aad up. Trat, aula. PkrUM araeka M. Waplni, S0SO. I II. IN: CaaMr DUmonS 4A. WaUurl, SO IS, ISM; Meadow Brownlo MI. Orntal. Il ea. Tim, i n S-S. Hava JuW. SalMy Mm SnS. Du Brook. PrMo'a CiOMin. a-Moaa Orcano alaa atarU FMrlh aroe. op. Trot. 1 fur IC. LaekJurtl. t ymr oia and i. Captain SUodoll 10. iw CiwmM Haamr A. Walkor), 4.1S, . Xotkm Ut if. Mini. aaa. TUm jl 4. -OrlSiUl Hanovor, m imwi Bomaoan. a-Tkolclon, lxair BUI al atartoS. . tlx Intcrfoforwo braak) ' -rifiH asoo, a roar oM aod ap. nco. xllo. Loaa Diaurwa IB. CteiMDioi, te.oe. 4M. S40; Mae OtBon B. IH. Craaj). SJO. 4J; Rlah Brook O. Corbottl. S.7. TteM. lea. SUrr Vote S, Hal Baldwin, SKtaa Jlmmr, Lady VIokM Dtroat. a-ouoaor Hal aioa atartod. -auia not. yoar oioa inV Paeo, oolla. a-AtMrnoro Beb C. MeCallum). IH. SJS. I: Joho-myt Olrt A. roeoyl. 1 SO. lit: Irtah CtilaTa ennn.nna M. linaMl jee. Tim. 1 la l wn Mar- monr. lo Crofl, Doan Solten B.. Tar Chip. Hoamtoad artah Carala alao atartod. . . noUMiiai sa ae, Savontk aaae. S roar oMa and op. Pooo, nxtio. Strwart'o Clan H. Stowan - Sr.). TIM. .100, 4 !: iorama O. Crooa tJ. Cotarl Jr.K aaa, S.TO-. Am rat sana in. well-wood I. IM TMna. S IS. Patrtotl. WaaMold IMroct, Sky CwimoI. a-Rod Balnbow,. Mn fraaor alao atortod. aurMii sees. I roar otda and up. Paco, mil. Don Dol M Hodroii, teso. 4 TO. 4.: Oontry atcKtro (o. awnaoni. . aoo; Dr: McOroaor IW. Habklrkr. S.4S. Tim Too s-S. nonry Alien. Adioa Tan. Crvatal Duke, Ooonrnor Bald. ortn. rnneaas Vole H . ak aUrt- od. -SWnMt setie. S yoar oldt and op, Poea. aallo. Dominion K. Bomk It nayoil, 4 M. lit, ISO. Meadow Mark tO Hawkol. 4 0. S Jarvtl Ra. B. tW. SUUari, SSO. Tuna, s as IS. Mountain Kilty. Jimmy Patefc C. Dlcort Viela, Stormr Bkyi ajae atartaS. ' . Ser.tchid Carol KaleM. ' Broke stride. - ,.- . . Attendoneo a.ara. '. atutuew aaes.are. 'r.'rv - i i n ; , . An unidentified Cslgary Stampeder is stopped by S swsrni of Saskatchewan Roughriders led by Bill Clarke (60), Bob Kosid (24), Wayne Shaw (30). The game, played In Regma. Monday night was mainly a Riders er " T ); -r -,,v f fi long rest for a football club can be welcome but It can also create some prob- , lems. - v Ottsws Rough Riders, Just ., back from holiday and withi',, a week to go . rtaay ror Erij An Toronto Afges. screrea H, thow ood B,ndt ,nd j that yesterday In their fifHrgbod speed snd with his serious workout llince knock- mnl. Inr ki h. rn.,,A f Ing off Winnipeg Blue Bomb-- era jn ' convincing ' style ' a ' week ago, ' .;, -. Frsnar Clair had his dub working n their pauing game and while the workout -was generally satisfacory, the timing that marked their performance against the Bombers wasn't there.- Clalr wasn't worried. . "It ts always Jiks that when a club has a few days oft. It. takes a workout Just to get back : into the swing . of things." '"" .-' - n . So yetserdsy was the drill : when Riders Ironed out the . kinks, worked on passing pnd watched films., , Today they are expected to" be sharp when the accent goes on the running game they will throw at Argosy ( BRIGHT SPOT ( ., '. . The paasing part will come Ut for some sttention too snd - - - ; WITH There are really aaly ft basic offensive formations In Canadian football the right of. fence, the twin right, the slot snd the .double wing back. All the rest era variations of these basic four. To get more out of the game, learn the basic four, their strengths Snd their weak- '.' - : .... Mrs. G. H. Jones Golf Champ v l Mrs. G. R Jones fired sn M over her home Lsrrlmac Golf Club layout, to win low gross honors in the silver division In the first annual Larrimac Jnvt- ntionsi gon tournament Second gross In the silver division was won by Mrs. J Galon of the Rivermead Golf Club with an 88. J, . , ; . The bronze division championship was won by Mrs. t. t Robertson of Larrimac With sn 88, followed by Mrs. a H Bleakney of Larrimac with a 80. First net went to Mrs. -F. -i, Corrlgsn of Larrimac with a 84 followed by Mrs. A. Swsrtx of the same club with a 68' D. KELt? EDWARDS ; LIMITED . , .,! . H MTSATll IWIUl ; : , ; TJgOl OTTAWA, j . Lmmbtr mni BmiUint S-A-L-E ' --i 500 ' BICYCLES New, 2.U M ; Second Haad, f II m V BF.ST mns m n TBAOS IN TOBB OLS BIBB DYLES&Co. M9-SS7 Rank 84. SSeVMII ; Bafaaa imml and MeaLaran atraota Long 'then- Wednesday will come I the defensive drills. ; .' V ' . The bright spot, ffonday was the work of newcomer ' Chuck Killet who 'wUl Uke f over.; -t left, 'half against i .Mrgos. v. lTk CUir Kn looking foi -T- "Of course have no ) ides how, good hell be in a ( game, Clair said yesterday. "biit he knows what he's sup- , posed to be doing, out there. "He's got the sizs .end : speed and while only a game ; wUl tell, rd have to fcay at this stage,' fm happy with I what he's 'shown." !'. So Killet. a late' cut from i the New YockS Giants, will be t In there. Kays Vaughan will start too aftflr missing the f first three games of the sea- . son so Riders figure to be f stronger than when they met ,; Toronto the first time out, DECIDE LATER y ' There could, be snothsr change In the defensive back- field awell snd the tight -end situation is- also subject . ' - NO. 1 RIGHT OFFENCE ; Yea .could even boil it down to one basic formation .the right offence -.' with the basic other three as variations and all others at permutations. Basically the tight offence is a balanced offence with that one flanker "F" on the right (who gives the offence its name) providing the extra threat . It provides a strong passing attsek with end, flanker end right half Immediately avail able to run paas patterns on the right side and flood de fensive cones. You can build good funning attack between ends and tackles (E and Tj. If there, is a" weakness, k' the problem of getting the be! .wkw into- M usuall Sc. complished after fakes to back- nelders by pitching the ball -to a inaa outside. .,. ..' ', ' d Two things . (his formation must have are a food ouarwr. bsdk ft Is the heart and aaul n iuio Mience - ana a Me last rampaging fullback. With these two. and. It other' solid citisens look out Journaf Want quick results. Ads bring . RE-ROOF v i'pacfatHrinj in ,; m axd euva UPASS . GERRY' '"'"'7 ' ' V ; - , LOWREY ltd. 18 Wsstera 7-t7M SHE -SAVE-SAVE LUMBER Hwy. at Clearrlew 25-l0' defensive tussle. Looking on is Stampeder quarterback. Eagle Day (12). and Roughriders Dick Campbell (77) and Ron Meadmore (76). . fCT-JfMinul 'Wiiwphotoi Holiday Jay Roberts has worked the last two games snd while he hasn't had a chance to star in a psss catching role, has nevertheless latched onto the -i Only pass thrown his way and turned Jn a solid block-, lng effort George Belu, who held the right end Job last year Is also; available sad Clair iw 01 make up his mind later in the week. 1 . CUT NICKLA ' , MONTREAL CW Big Ed Nickla, one of the few linemen ever to have a "no-cut contract in Canadian football, was placed on waivers Monday by the Montreal Alou-ettes. The six-foot-two. 240-pound tackle was -replaced on the". Import roster by Cody Blink-N. ley. s linebacker recently cut by New York Giants. Jidda's services became available, to i any club wishing to pay the 8350 waiver price. The move wasn't a . surprise. It is understood coach Jim Trimble has been striving to trade the veteran for . two weeks but couldn't arrange s deal j? : .. Nickla.' a former Chicago Bear whose age has been placed variously between 29 land 34, was in his fourth -season with the dub. He was art. a 11 -star last year snd a key member of the Alouettes rugged defence.' But his fste apparently was' sealed last Winter when he balked st Trimble's plans to scrap the no-cut deals owned by five players. Nickla gave up In the end. --'; .- ' He was benched for the opening game in Hamilton and played in the next two contests because of Injuria! to Bob Minihane and Jim . AndreottL With the return of the pair this week. Nickla's services were unneeded. , Blinkley. six-one,. 213 pounds. Joined the Ala last week. The Vanderbilt Alum-! bus -worked out With -the team at five practices and then waited for a vacancy. JOINS HAMILTON HAMILTON 4CI John Autry. an all-stsri defensive end lsst season, has Joined Hamilton Tiger-Cats of aha Eastern Football Conference, li wu announced here Moo-dsy. . ' ,. ' Autry, a 2 40-pound former Indianapolis Warrior of the United Football League, was cut by Toronto Argonauts. He will move into the import spot left vacantly Sam TloV more, a former Cleveland Brown . linebacker, dropped by the Tl-Cau after last FrV HOtOR CtlAIlE SERVICE 7 Crants 200-Foot Booms '50-Foot Jibs mutt noes fci m FuB Insuraace Coverage ' iiunDr.iAN BROTHERS ' 748-ISSS as4 745ISM '- ' days game against Winnipeg Blue Bombers. -I . i Jfcxii l Jem Tn i VSArAvNAAAAAArVSA - esTABueHSB ft teea ER.FISHEE LTD tts-ns 8PBa STrr , , V CAMAS4 f Sam Old Time Service For College Men . . But the fashions have changed. Visit, any one of our three stores for a big, wide snd wonderful look at 1964's classics. Browse until your heart's content it's all soft sell no pressure in our three stores. 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