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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 9, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID Wednesday, September 1, 1970 ANDY CAPP Only Rougldes9 Reed Has Rushed For More Yards I LIKE THE BLOKE) 'E RESTORES ,V.V J CYNICISM INlTHS RAC: LONDON (AP) Coaches' contention that "you can't compete to capacity unless von give up smoking, drinking and girls" is being challenged in English soccer circles. The wives, who don't care what coach thinks about drinking and smoking, have taken .exception to the age-old charge that sport and sex don't mix. Harry Catterick, manager of the Everton soccer team, Champion of the English First Division, started the bedroom debate by claiming that sex was slowing down his team's attack. Three of his star players got married this summer and that's why the championship team has lost six of its first seven games, Cathcrick con- tends. "We always have stop watches on the players and the ones who married during the summer have been more sluggish than the he says. QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Denial Mechanic Capitol Furniture Bldtj. mm PHONE 328-7684M Jean Lee, wife of Manches- ter City's flashy forward Francis Lee, argued that: "I can't image any player dedi- cated to the game doing any- thing silly the night before a match. Francis and I tend to have an early night." The Lees have been married eight years. Maureen Harvey, a pretty, 21-year-old blonde, and wile of one of the players whose per- formance started the debate, protested simply: "It's not true that it has put Colin off his game." Even London's Marriage Guidance Council got pulled into the argument. Getting married affects ev- eryone, soccer players or not, said council spokeswoman Joan Sullivan, who is single. "It is very demanding for she said. "The physical side takes a lot out of you." Medical opinion on the ques- tion seemed to be mixed, but Dr. John Williams, secretary of the World Congress of Sports Medicine, took a toler- ant view: "I cannot see why a mar- ried man should suffer in the sports field through having sex." iaimey Gets Mileage Out By T1IK CANADIAN PKESS For a guy whose knees were suspect at the start of the sea- son, Dave Raimey has been get- ting :i lot of mileage. The speedy Toronto Argonaut halfback went through a carti- lage operation during the offsea- son ami during the Eastern Football Conference club's training camp there were some doubts about his durability. Raimey, 29, maintained throughout his ordeal he would be 100-per-cent effective once the recuperative period was over. Now the Michigan State grad has the figures to confirm lu's recovery. After six games he tops the EFC in rushing with 523 yards on 59 carries for a 7.2 average. He leads his running mate, Bill Symons, by 24 yards in Cana- dian Football League's statisti- cal review this week. Symons, however, has carried 81 times for a 4.9 average. FEW IN SIGHT Only EFC rushers within hail- ing distance of Haimey's aver- aoe are Ed Buchanan of Hamil- ton Tiger-Cats with 7.2 (2G8 yards on 37 carries) and Gary Wood, Ottawa Rough Rider quarterback with 7.1 (240 yards on 34 In the Western Conference, Saskatchewan's George Reed continues as the country's top rusher. The Roughrider full- back, en route to his seventh straight season rushing for 1 COO-plus yardage, has carried 124 times for 548 yards and a 4.4 average.__________________ Jim Evcnson of British Col- umbia Lions has a 5.5 average, tigging the ball 493 yards in 38 xies. B.C.'s placckickinE specialist, red Gcrela, is the CFL scoring leader with 63 points. Ho leads another WFC kicker, Jack Abcndschan of Saskatchewan, jy nine points. In the EFC, Ottawa's Ivan MacMillan, 18, of Alexandria, Ont, is the conference scoring leader for the second straight week with 39 points. Holdswortli Tops Event Mrs. Vera Holdswotli of Cal- gary captured the Jerry Cahoon trophy over the weekend at Cardston. The Cahoon shoot, an annual event, attracted some 35 shoot- ers from various parts of the province and Montana. In winning the Cahoon trophy Mrs. Holdswortli defeated R.B. Jones of Cutbank, Mont, in a shoot off. Jack McLaughlin of Calgary won the singles title after best- Jones of Cutbank, Mont, in a shoot off. The handicap honors went to Bill Turner of Medicine Hat while Jones, after losing in two shoot off's, won the doubles. But he's getting pressure from team-mate Hugh Oldham, defending champion T o m m y Joe Cofloy of Hamilton and Sy- mons. Each has points. Jim Thorpe of Hie Argos lias a big lead in the East's pass- catching department with 26, followed by Oldham with 20 and Hamilton's Dave Fleming with 19. Big of Cal- gary Stampcdcrs leads the WFC pass receivers with 36, one more than Edmonton Eskimos' Terry Swain. Wood, the former National Football Leaguer who was ex- pected to take several games to adjust to the Canadian field, has taken an early season lead among Eastern passers. The has thrown 141 times and'completed 7G for yards. Another first-year m a n. Toronto's quarterback Don Jonas, is in Ute runner-up spot with 61 completions in 119 attempts for yards. Jerry Keeling of the Stamped- ers has established himself as the passing quarterback in the West. He has tried 221 aerials, completed 112, and moved She ball yards in the air. An- other veteran, Ron Lancaster of Saskatchewan, has covered yards off 93 completions. EFC LEADERS AAacMlllan, Olt Coffey, Ham Oldtiam, Ott Symons, Tor Evanshen, AMI Jonas. 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