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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 19, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Auflust 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD SECRET WEAPON? Comedian Bill Cosby, the man who made Fat Albert famaus, works out with Toronto Argonauts of the Canadian Football League. Cosby, in Toronto for an O'Keefe Centre appearance, is a partner in a restaurant with Argo's kicking star Dave Mann who took him along to practice. Pirates Keep Lead Intact Reds Bobble It Away By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Riverfront Stadium was three-deep in Montreal catchers Cincinnati Reds were the ones who needed more big gloves. The injury-riddled Expos, using three catchers in their lineup, capitalized on four Cincinnati errors to score five unearned runs Tuesday night and hang on or a 7-4 vic- tory that ended the Reds' win- ning string at three games. Rookie left fielder Bernie Carbo committed the most dam- aging miscue when he muffed Coco Laboy's bases-loaded liner in the fifth inning, allowing three Montreal runs to score. Expos manager Gene Mauch started John Bateman behind the plate and part-time receiv- ers Ron Brand and John Bocca. bella at shortstop and first base respectively. Each contributed one hit, but It was the Reds' fielding lapses Carbo, third baseman Tony Perez, second baseman Tommy Helms and relief pitcher Wayne made the differ- ence. Elsewhere in the National League, Pittsburgh Pirate whipped San Francisco Gian 6-2; New York Mets slappec Houston Astros 7-1; Allan Braves nipped Philadelphi Phillies 3-2; Los Angeles Dod ers beat St. Louis Cardinals 7 Resigns Post SALT LAKE CITY (AP) Ray Kinasewich, general mar ager-coach of Salt Lake Goldi Eagles of the Western Hocke League, resigned Tuesday. Kinasewich said he plannec to return to his former home Edmonton in the near future "I regret having to make th decision to leave at this time he said, "but with mountin personal problems involvin my family and business in EC monton, I have no othe choice." Owner Dan Meyers said search for Kinasewich's suoces sor is under way. ANDY CAPP I'VE PHONEb'F THE FIRE DOWN WHEN I BACKjI'LLMEFT ISTHATALL fKVe GO T' OKAY? TO 60% ON MUFFLER REPLACEMENTS WE HAVE: A MUFFLER FOR MOST CARS FREE INSTALLATION 10 MINUTE INSTALLATION LIFETIME GUARANTEED MUFFLERS FREE INSPECTION AND ESTIMATES All AT INUTB UFFLER Phone 328.8134 6th Avenue South and San Diego Padres upende Chicago Cubs 11-3. Brand scored a tainted run the second inning at Cineinnal reaching first on Helms' ern and scoring on Perez' wi throw. After .Adolfo Phillips do bled home a run in the fif against first-time starter M Behncy, Carbo flubbed1 Laboy two-out shot to give Expo right-hander Steve Renko a 5 lead. Renfco then got into the Jui gling act, committing a pair i errors in the bottom of the fifi to help the Reds strike back fi four runs. Another error, b Boccabella, and Bobby Tolan two-run double kept the ral alive. But Gary Sutherland double home a Montreal run in th sixth, then singled in the eight and eventually scored the fina marker on Granger's boot. The Pirates retained the lead in the East Div sion by snapping a four-gam San Francisco victory streak a Bob Robertson delivered thre runs with a triple and his 19t homer. Hunter Feels East Unjust, EDMONTON (CP) Bil lunter, general manager o Ddmonton Oil Kings, said Tues day rejection by the Ontari lockey Association of an easl west Memorial Cup final thi is "a veiled threat" to ge xira concessions. Hunter said in an interview that OHA President Tubbj chmaltz' confirmation t h a )HA and Quebec junior teams vill not play the western win ers was an attempt to get the ame concessions the Nationa iocfcey League granted west- rn teams. Tlu's included for tra- el expenses and age limit eon- essions ending in two years, le price to lure break-away estern teams back into the anadian Amateur Hockey As- ociation. Hunter said the OHA state- ment was "idiotic blathering.' "They have been the sacred ows of the NHL too unter said. "Now, because ey didn't realize the same mcessions from the NHL as e west, they make this threat. "They're just plain unter said. Schmaltz, in a statement onday in Toronto, said the -IA objects to permission ven westem teams to use ur over-age players this sea- n and two the following sca- n. "It wasn't only the hmaltz said. "Our teams en't going to play against er-age players and neither ill Quebec." lunter. called the statement mad effort by the OHA to in the same concessions the IL granted teams in the -st." Eskimos Come Close But Lose Again Aiouttes Maintain Unblemished Record MONTREAL (CP) Mont- real Alouettes preserved their perfect record in the 1970 Cana- dian Football League season with a 14-10 win over Edmonton Eskimos Tuesday night before fans. The win was the third straight for the Alouettes and their sec- ond against a Western Football Conference team. It gave them six points and boosted their lead in the Eastern Conference to four points over Toronto and Hamilton. Terry Evanshen scored.two touchdowns for Montreal, both on passes from quarterback Sonny Wade who called the sig- nals for the Alouettes for the first three quarters. Evanshen's first major came on a 19-yard pass on the second play of the game after line- backer Charlie Collins inter- cepted Edmonton quarterback Don Trull's pass on the opening scrimmage. The Wade-Evanshen combina- tion showed its preference for the early seconds again in the second quarter when the two combined fof a s e v e n -y a r d touchdown to give Montreal a 13-0 lead. Pierre Guindon's con- vert attempt failed. TEAMS SPUTTER Neither team made much headway until less than two minutes before halftime when the Eskimos picked up a single on a wide, 53-yard field goal at- tempt by Davs Cutler. Edmonton regained the ball on the next play when John Wy- draney picked off a Wade pass and ran the ball back to the Montreal 25. The Eskimos advanced to the 19-yard line from where Cutler added another single on an at- tempted field goal from the 25. For Alouettes head coach Sam Etcheverry, the third quarter was a familiar experience. His offence fell into the doldrums it experienced In the correspond- ing quarter of its opening game against the Argonauts. "We just can't seem to mus- ter any offence in the third Etcheverry said after the game. Although Wade was unable to direct Hie ALs beyond the oppty- sition 45-yard line, Edmonton failed to take advantage of the situation until the mark of the quarter when substitute quarterback Rusty Clark con- nected with flanker Mike Eben for an 81-yard touchdown. Cutler was good on the con- vert and narrowed the Montreal lead to 13-9 going into the final quarter. The Eskimos moved the ball to the Alouettes seven-yard line on tlie last play of the third quarter but were rewarded with only one point when Cutler kicked the ball over the dead- line on Ills third missed field goal of the contest. Montreal took possession of the ball on its own 25 and Elch- everry sent Tony Passander in as quarterback, his first appear- ance in the regular season. "It never hurts to make a Etcheverry said of his decision to send in'Passander. "Sonny is still my IIo. 1 quart- erback. It just so happens I thought I'd change." Passander marched the Als down to the Edmonton 22-yard lino but Montreal failed to ex- leports To Jets Namath Has Problems HEMPSTEAD, K.Y. (AP) The young boy jammed a year- book and a felt pen into Joe Na- math's hand, and over his auto- graph, the New York Jets' quarterback wrote one word: Nothing may be more sym- bolic of Joe Namath's for peace is something Joe Na- math wishes he had. His problems are: with his knees that apparently present, at least in his own mind, enough problems to make Mm say: "I don't think I can play." problems, possibly stemming from his knees but compounded by other factors, that prevent him from eating a meal or drinking a cup of coffee before a game and make him "wonder if it's worth it." business de- fined only in those terms and a problem about which he would not elaborate. Namath talked about all those problems in an unusual scene outside the back door of the Jets' training room on the Hof- stra University campus where Namath spoke to radio and tele- vision people with newspaper men barred. On his arrival at camp, Na- math had refused to talk to newspaper people because "Ev- erything that's been written about me is a lie." Eventually, however, he un- burdened himself for television cameras and radio microphones at the back of the trauiing facil- ity while close to fans waited out front for his first ap- pearance. He began by explaining his absence, pointing out: "I was not in the right frame of mind mentally." Then he talked about the final game of the 1969 season, a 13-6 playoff loss to Kansas City Chiefs that eliminated the Jete from contention in the Ameri- can Football League. "That was a horrible hu- miliated like I felt we were be- cause we scored six Namath explained. "It leaves a bad taste. I didn't know whether I wanted to do that again. "I didn't know if I wanted to get up in the morning and be sick. Every time before a game, I can't even eat or tdrink a cup of coffee. I didn't like that feel- ing. You get chills in the morn- ing and your stomach is upset. bnd its lead when Gulndon missed a 29-yard field goal. After gaining possession on their own twc yard line, the Es- kimos failed to make any prog- ress and Wade booted a 40-yard single at to complete the scoring. FOOTBALL ROUNDUP MONTREAL K EDMONTON 10 First downs Yards rushing Yards passing Tolal offence Passes made-tried rceotions-yards Punts-ovg yds..... Fumblcs-lost Penalties-total yds. WFC LEADERS Abendschan, S Gerela, BC Evenson, BC McKlnnie, S Shaw, c Cutler, E Horr.'stm. C Pelt, W Molnar, S You wonder if it's worth it. "Physically and mentally it's! gotten worse. I used to look at the game differently. It used to be my whole life'. I used to be everything I lived for. Logi- cally, and realistically, it's not now. "It is when I'm on the football field with the I've got a lot of things I have to do other than football. They say football at this time of year is the No. 1 interest. It's ridiculous. Football is not my main concern. "At this time of year before it's always been my main con- cern, but now it's not. That's one of the problems I've bad- trying to figure the situation out." And physically? "I don't think I can play. 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