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August 26, 1964

The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 22

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1 ! rni"f rsr'erfe"'" 22 THE OITAWa JUUKN .L r&DMESDAY, AUOUST 26, 1964 1 t WW w Mosolf Ends Mystery Returning to Riders The case o( the missing Mike Mosolf was solved yesterday. At least for the moment. Mosolf, a rookie Ameriran quarterback ft ho ha been on the Ottawa Rough Riders' disabled list, abruptly walked off the field Monday during the prpctiec session Just aa Riders were abouV to announce the disappearance of the 25 ytar - old ' iijnal-caller yesterday, he arrived back on the field. In"" uniform and ready to - try " again to earn a spot in tht . , .. r- lineup. i w ' ' "It waa just a teraonsj , -thing." coach Clair said, ''Ht ; told me he had a long dlav tance phone rail and he had to see about It MATTER CLOSED "That's all I know about his disappearance. He's back now and that matter is Closed." Clair did not elaborate on the nature of the phone call Mosolf received. "L didn't ask him," .CIair , said, "and he didn't tell me." Mosolf starred in Riders early exhibition games it quarterback before injuring his hand against Montreal.," Alouettes. He's on the 30-day list but is due to come off soon. St) t decision must be reached, f It Riders decide to keen, him an import must be loo. ped off the list. .. Meanwhile Riders got on with the preparations for Toronto Argonauts 'jester WORK ON OFFENCE - They worked dn tht oF, P" Jonnny counts ana jsoo fence for most & tht drill . Gtlttn, both halfbtcka. with special attention to tht would fill tht bill in tht of-timing on pass plays. To- tensive backfleld. - ' day the defences for tht Counts, who Joined tht TV Argonauts go in and that -''CaM from New York Giantsy part of the preparations will i and Gaiters, who came from - occupy the latter par of tht , Baltimore Colts, both played weel. '"'--: f In' last Friday's game against Riders also announced yet- .Winnipeg, and "looked terday that import, tackle good." Sazio said. t Monty Dav. a recent arrival . .The Ti-Cats had dropped from the Chicago Beers, wu Import linebacker Sam Tid-released. more, t former Cleveland However - Riders may", not ; Brown, following last frW have seen the last of bim.Y day' game, but picked up Giants Trade Backs In Drastic Moves FAIRFIELD. Conn. (UPI) -The New York Giants traded running backs Joe Don Lomey and Phil King in two separate deals Tuesday and dropped all-time great Hugh McElhenny and young Glynn Gritting. Apparently giving up for the time being their announced accent on youth, the defending Eastern division champions of the 'National Football League made several drastic moves while reducing their roster to tht player limit of 4S.St3 Tht Giants, in quick order, announced the following moves: Looney and tackle Lou Kirouac were traded to the Baltimore Colts for end R. C. (Alley Oop) Owens and defensive back Andy Nelson. Traded King, a fullback. to the Pittsburgh Steelers for a future draft choice. Dropped from their roster McElhenny, Griffing, delemive back Louis Gup and rookie Mil lard Fleming of Marshall Col- lege, Tom Cosielk) of Dayton. Frank Lasky of Florida and Bill Pasht of George Washington. All-pro defensive end Andy Robustelli. who retired after last season to devote his time to coaching, was reactivated to the playing ranks. A big shakeup had been anticipated since the Giants lost their first three exhibition OUINCAIL LEPrr HARDWARE COMPANY cum? hohdai mmi iiffasi ft-M AM. to tM P.M. FRIDAY NIGHTS TIL t "TM sun f tvrsMal MnW 122 IMtw SI. 233-5401 FREE PARKING . ' ear. tiwni aat MSthataa "Stores for Men 1 -WMHWMW Wellington at Holland Rideau at Sussex FAST mufflii soma AT Tht 10WDT ma Clair was impressed with his sire and moves and would, like to arrange something for him with Denver for this season and then have him back iii camp next year. SAZIO FILLS GAP HAMILTON K Coach Ralph Sar.io came off the practice field here Tuesday night confident he had plugged at least one big gap in his defending Grey Cup champion Hamilton Tiger-Cats. Sails said offensive tackle Geno Oenobile, who he coaxed out of retirement Monday, would fill the hole creeled when tackle Hardlman Cure-ton underwent surgery-early ' this week for ligament damage to his right knee. Cure-ton is not expected to return to uniform this season. Denobile, who announced his retirement at the beginning of this season, graduated to the Ti-C'ais from their junior team in 1957. He reported . for Monday and Tuesday practices and Sazio said.Tuesday night that there was no doubt he will be inserted in the lineup r against . Montreal Alouettes "Thursday. The 32-year -old sDenobile had resorted at 233 " pounds, his playing weight ' last sea son. There Is one other gap in the Hamilton offence, created by half Willie Bethea. who h been out since suffering , an elbow Injury In the first game of tht season against Utt Atouettea. - But Salio was Just as con-"'fident Tuesday night that im- games this season, scoring only live touchdowns and just one from scrimmage. But thtir big gest need was for a hard-run ning back end at tht disposal of King and Looney was not expected. Looney's departure camt as the biggest surprise. The t-1, 200 pounder from Oklahoma was the Giants' No. I draft pick last December and was highly touted as the bulldog runner who could relieve tht aging Alex Webster when short yardage was needed on, third and fourth-down situations. - . ., ' Looney can run, pass, block. punt 'and catch and has toe speed of a sprinter despite his site. He suffered an injury during the college all star game at Chicago Aug. 7 and didn't play a any oi the Giants' three games. V ft J. King, 28, a veteran of seven seson in the NFL. was the Giants' leading rusher last vear h 11.1 yarda. King. New York's No. I draft choice when "e graduated from Vanderbilt in ISSS, also is t fine pass recover and a solid blocker. Today's Pitchers AMERICAN LEAGUE Los Angeles at Kansas City niKnij sjaiewooa vs O'Donoghue (M). Minnesota at Chicago (night) -Grant (It-Ill) vs. Horlen fi-l Cleveland at Baltimore (night) -oianga ta-iz) vs. Roberts (11 .5). a Washington at New Ynrk Stenhnuse (1-7) vs. Stottlemyre uetroit at Boston (night)-. wickersham (J5-) vs. Heffner V-sj. NATIONAL LEAGUE New York at Cincinnati tnignt) Mallard (7-11) vs Nux-hs.fl (1-7). Pittsburgh at St. Louis (night) Schwall vs. Cuel-lar (-. . , Chicago at Houston (night) Jackson (U-IO) vs. Brown Q. 12). San Francisco at Lot Angeles (night) Hendley (1M) vs. Urysdale (11-13). : Philadelphia at - Milwaukee Short (iM) vs. Ltmaster (11- See Your PAL V'gasW rila. EUILDIN'G SUPPLIES (D John Autry, an all-star defensive end with Toronto Argonauts last season. HELP FOR BOMBERS WINNIPEG KM Winnipeg Blue Bombers of the Western Football Conference Monday picked up .two linemen cut by the Washington Redskins of the National Football League. They are Rusa Brown, a !-year-old, six-foot-two offensive, tnd weighing 229 pounds and Leon Pagac. 23S pounds and six-foot-one billed -as i guard and defensive tnd. Pagac was farmed oilt to the United League last season by Washington and played with Wheeling, West Virginia after failing to make the NFL club. He missed sgain this year. Brown, who played college ball at Florida University, was the Redskins' fourth draft choice this year. Mifi?ini hut v. 1 : Hooray! Now you don't have to give up - flavourtocutdown calories. New Diet Pepsi is all taste -that famous regular Pepsi- ; taste. There's not a trace of unpleasant aftertaste. Enjoy all you want. 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