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Winnipeg Free Press {Newspaper} - 1970-11-10,Winnipeg, Manitoba 44winnipeg free press tuesday november 10. 1970 time out my Llaurice Smili i Quot a. A a j Ling squawk from Jai Icli a Riis Namthi Seldom seems to ibid Way onto any of the awards ballots but Calgary a Herm Harrison Lias to be the most opportune and dangerous pass receiver in Canadian football. A if you watched the action on your television screen sunday quiere s no need to Tell you that it was Harrison who killed uie eskimos with his key receptions. Tie big yellow does no to have great Speed but he to get Hin self into the open. Coach Kay Jauch did a lot of hollering about the of ii eating after his team was eliminated but let s face it it was tie inability of Tjie Edmonton defensive backs to cover Harrison that de to their downfall in Cark stadium. Jauch is a Nice Little Guy and because of his one time association with Tjie Blue bombers most Winni Eggers would have liked to see his team make it past Calgary but we think Ray erred when he blamed the off eating for the defeat of his club. If he was going to be critical of officials at All he should have at least waited until he saw tire game film. Jauch was incensed Over an interference Call late in Trio game which enabled Calgary to keep its game winning Touchi Iown drive alive. Had he seen the Kiihn he would live realized that tie official made tie Correct Call. At least on tie re run of the controversial play on television it definitely appeared that Way. One can realize Jauchl a great disappointment Over the loss to Calgary after taking his team into the Semi final hut in his first yeat As head coach he did an excellent Job and should have been satisfied with it instead of crying a Wolf. As we saw the game Calgary was tie better team and fully deserving of their Victory. Except for the last few minutes it really was t much of a football match a entertainment Wise that is. Neither was the Eastern semifinal Between Montreal arid Toronto. ,. Inter a club Curling defending champs take it on Chin nil Square dance Montreal Cana tens and Boston Bruins were getting along quite nicely in a sunday Naglit National hockey league encounter in the Boston Carden. Then the Bruinix Ken Hodge and Montreal a Claude Larose exchanged a few heated word. What they said or what they did was lost in the confusion As both benches emptied and stirred up this merry old free for All. When order was restored by referee John Ashley the Boston club went on to win the game �-1. No tears shed Calgary we think should be Able to give a better account of themselves against Saskatchewan Tolian Edmonton Ifould have had they made it. But we done to think the Stamps will have much Chance against Eagle keys and his Well rested riders although one must respect their tremendous defence which is probably the Best in Canada. There Pierc no tears shed Here when the Toronto argonauts fell before a Montroal Alo unites. For a team Liat most pre season selectors figured would at least wind up in the Grey cup final the Argos had a disappointing season. The scullers Are locked with Talent but coach Leo Cahill did no to seem to have it As Well harnessed As last year. There arc rumblings that Leos pm May be on the Block As result of his failure this season. But Cahill s contract it Ilell has two years to run and although the Argos Are financially wifi Cunt they probably won t make a change. But Cahill most certainly will have to produce net year. What puzzled us about the Argos saturday was their Lack of a running game with neither Bill Symons nor Dave liar my Able to do Little against the Montreal defense which a hic it played Well Isnit that great. Somewhere something went wrong for Leo by Bruce Levett Canadian press sports editor i Jina inc her Surprise Wien the japanese gymnastic team which will be seen in action tonight wednesday and thursday at the Winnipeg Arena arrived in town saturday the female members of inc squad expressed a desire to go shopping. One of the Giris has a sister Back in Japan who is shortly to by come a Moi for so she i Houglin it would be Nice in take a gift Home from Canada for the new baby. Browsing through a downtown store she came across a pair olb Iby shoes which attracted her and duly purchased same. On returning to her hotel the Young gymnast examined her Purchase further. Imagine her Surprise when she discovered the a a made in Japan a printed on one of the a noises. Toronto up a head coach Leo Cahill standing Janid tie wreckage of the club once picked to run away with the Eastern football Confer ence championship said quietly a a there la have to be a lot of changes Liis was supposed to have been tie year for Toronto argonauts. Ottawa rough riders had lost quarterback Russ Jackson and other personnel Hamilton Tiger cats were getting a Little old and Mont r e a 1 Alou ettes would take years to build their Way out of the cellar. Cahill had taken a club which finished last for five straight years and look it to third place with a 5-8-1 record in 1967, Argos rewrote his contract and the next year they were in Sec Ond with nine victories and five losses. Last year their record was 10-4 and this Spring the words Grey cup were heard As Early As training Camp. In each of the last two years Toronto had gone right to the final and even won the opening game of the two game total Point series before eventually bowing to the Grey cup champs. This year something went wrong and Argos finished second with an 8-6 record a just behind the old men of Hamilton and slightly ahead of the rebuilt re surging alone tics. Leos Job is Safe assured by chairman John Bassett who said Quot it is up to him now to make certain readjustments on which i won t comment but which must be per factly obvious to Cahill agreed on the need for Quot readjustments a but said a i can to be specific about the moves we want to make. I la have to meet with my coaching staff and discuss the whole thing. We have a pretty Good file on available players. What we have to talk Over is where things went wrong this year and How we want to Correct it. Once we be done that Well prepare a list of priorities and work from there a Dave Mann Veteran place kicker and punter is retiring. So is defensive Captain Danny Nykoluk. Tight end Mel profit who played this season without a contract said a i have to ass u m e they Don t want me co quarterback Don Jozias was reported to have asked to be traded. Sam May be shuffling Louette lineup again ha6s�?T gear is stolen Boston Cap polite reported monday that 5371 Worth of hockey equipment was stolen from Montreal canadians a dressing room some ume after the teams 6-1 National hockey league defeat by Boston Bruins sunday night. Police said the thieves broke into the medical room at Boston Garden and then gained entry to the visiting team dressing room by cutting a Hole in the ceiling. Meanwhile Marc Tardif can aliens a Forward injured in sunday nights game was released irom mas.? general Hospital monday. Tardif 21, suffered a possible concussion when checked into the boards by Boston s Don Awrey in the first period. He was taken to the Hospital and held overnight As a precautionary measure. By John Down Ali Eye re off and sweeping in the menus inter club Curling league but wait a minute the defending Champion is still at the Post a Strathcona minus some of its leading horses was one of four shutout victims As the 28-Ciub Loop processed its first wee Kend of action at the Highlander Curling club. St. Vital socked it to the 196970 Champion Strath Conan and took Over group a Lead in the four group league. Augie Haugen nipped Jolt Mccorrister 5-3 and Bob Caughlin stole a 5-4 verdict when a1 Reinsch was inches Short with a last Rock draw. Two sweeps were recorded in group b when Pembina sidetracked Selkirk and Rossmere topped wild Wood while civic Caley registered the final shutout in group a by dumping new member Springfield. During the 1970-71 season All games with the exception of out of City scheduled games will be played at the Highlander. As a misfortune would have it a group d test slated for Stone Wall had to be postponed because of the loss of ice. Ron Bloom gave Charleswood a split with to Aristona ii group a when he scored five Points on the first end and coasted to an h-6 win Over Harold Duncan. As it was Dave roman of Transcona counted two on the final end to trip Charleswood a Barry Russell 7-5.albert Van Walleghem a seasoned Veteran of the Slippery game grabbed a 7-0 Lead after two ends and went on to drop Selkirk a Jim want 10-3 i pacing the Pembina sweep. Ken Hawkins completed the sweep by Downing Clibe Brooks 8-3. In another group b game Don Mcleod of we twin marked is Points on the sixth end and Jack Meeth s Crew from East St. Paul conceded a 10-4 defeat. The second game never came off As both clubs defaulted. Norm Houck helped Elmwood solve fort Garry in group d when he picked up four on the filth end in route to a s-6 win Over Gord Currie after clubman e Bob Friesen and a1 Sharpe had tied 5-5. I a results standings group a pirates meeting there Wir be a meeting for coaches and managers plus any interesting persons thursday at 7 . At pirates no. 1 Community club. W l t pts St. Vital. 2 0 0 4 1 0 1 3 Granite. 1 1 0 2 1 1 0 2 0 1 1 1 Sara Fhlona. 0 2 0 0 Maple l.ear0 0 a 0 group b 2 0 0 0 0 4 1 0 0 2 East St. Paui. 0 1 0 0 Sel Kiric. 0 2 0 0 wild Wood. D 2 0 0 Victoria. 0 0 0 0 group c civic Caley a. 2 0 0 4 1 1 0 2 1 1 0 7 1 1 0 1 Heather. 1 1 0 2 0 2 0 0 a 0 0 0 group d Assiniboine. 1 0 r 3 1 80 1 3 West Kildonan. 0 1 t 1 fart Garry. 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0. 0 0 results group a Barry Russell Charleswood 5. Dave Raman Tran Scotia i. Ron Bloom Charleswood 11, Harold Duncan. Transcona i. Howie Wood jr., Granite to Jerry a tick Slany Mountain 1. Neil Mctavish Granite 7, Ross Nagel Stony Mountain a. Augie Haugen St. Vhal i Jotin Mccorrister sir Alcona 3. Bob Caughlin is. Vilais Ai reins i Stra Takona 4. A by Maple Leaf. Croup b Albert Van Walle Tiem Pembine 10, Jim want Selkirk 5. Ken Hawkins be Milra a cd let Brooki Selkirk 3. Paul Clark wild Wood a Charny Webb Rossmere s. De Engen. Evil Dewid 2, Earl Stephenson Rossmere 5. Jack Mcbetts East or. Paul i. Par Macleod Weslin 10. Second game Vas defaulted by Botti clubs. Bye Victoria. Group c Fred Lay to Thistle 7, George Smith Eaton Mel Campbell Thistle 7, Errol Klunk salons s. Jim Robertson civic Caley to Keith Mcleod Springfield d. Bruce Clapham civic Caley to Barry Mcfarlane Springfield 3. Lloyd Gunnlaugsson valour raid 9, Dick Bloom a Cather j. Bob Picken valour Road 7, Bob Ella Heather a. Bye Grain Exchange. A group d Al Ingram Wesr Kildonan 4, Don brooch Assiniboine 7, Jim Smegal Wesl Kildonan 6, Mel Rogers Assiniboine 6. Al Sharpe fort Garry 5, Bob Friesen Elmwood s. Gord Currie fort Garry i. Norm Houck Elmwood 9 Deer Lodge games at Stonewall postponed due to loss of ice. Bye fort Rouge. 400 wins for Hawley Toronto up to Clicy Sanford Sandy Hawley be came Only inc fourth jockey in Hiorth american racing history to reach the 400 a i cloy Mark in one season j londay when he won the fifth race at Greenwood in a Priolo finish aboard w i n d f i e 1 d s Yarm s Sweet Romance. J the sin Sec season record is 4s,=i, set by Bill Shoemaker in id53. And a Mark Jiaw Lcy could hit this year. He plans to race in Florida Afler the Greenwood season ends Dee. 5. A Loric Velasquez won 433 in g7 and Bill Ilar tack had 417 in 1355. Sexy say a Funk a Trike is. We Coti new 9h� Yov of War Tama of a a s3 Brand new May Meine Winz Horn a a Finiw hmm Tim he inf or Fyk Kwim i ill Csc Asira �5 Foo Ray a Odom a mme pal in in pm. Sofii Miehs Inwer am my a or. To huh 4 Liy Al a a Iceil Ato Treal up newfound flanker Lewis Cook Likely will miss the first game of the Eastern football conference final aija inst Hamilton Tiger cats Here sunday. But already help is on the Way in Case he docs. Cook normally in the defensive Backfield. Started As a flanker in the Alou ettes 16-7 win against the argonauts in Toronto last saturday. The als arc bringing in a new ii lilith Back Ted alone who played two years with Denver Broncos. Alflen is a graduate of Springfield College in Mas Sachus Elli. He reports Here on a five Day trial and will w Ork out As a defensive Back and w Ide receiver. Head Covelt Sam Etcheverry monday said it a is no to final that Cook fastest Man on the Montreal squad will miss sundays games the first half of the two game total Point series with the tic ats to decide will represent the East at the nov. 23 Grey cup game in Toronto. Cook suffered a knee injury a Nice vew taoist i Montreal cps i lion j t r e a 1 Alou ettes front office i i Rich has l Een burning Post a Stason playoff tickets for years monday was Selling them. The Ais Multi line Lel Ephone Exchange was tied up solidly a i a eager Calls for tickets Lor sundays first game of the two game total Point Eastern foot a 3 11 conference final Here against Tea Milton Tiger cats. The Montreal club earned a berth in uie wac final a Ith a Jfi-7 win Over the arg Mants in Toronto saturday it Marks a first appearance m an Etc fins Smice i9fi2. General manager red of Quinn said a lir Ieiri had formed at the at Mostade Bosoi fico a an imn Soal sight. Tolje Al Wircs season ticket h 1 d c r have in Tel 6 Uva mesday i it in tic no their . Tit Icicy to were thin a Waii Avii visible a Worral r?�7vw0>oi i tour Ai be a his ii Iii wis is 6ver 27,. The a ass. Imine ill Tifi Ift i oras Riff Jais Yiew it a Cipf Iii woj a a Jet Psi a riders in the third Quarter of the Toronto game. Quot he Cook was examined again today by the doctors Quot Etcheverry said Quot it May be strained ligaments but Uliey want to take another look and see if there s any cartilage however the coach said that Taccle de George who suffered an ankle injury at Toronto. Likely will Start against the tic ats sunday. The als arc making their first appearance in an Etc final since 1962 and their showing in inc playoffs since 1966, Etcheverry a scribed the remainder of inc injuries on his club As a just bruises a but it is. A a understood that guard Pierre Desjardins turned up w Ith a pulled Groin muscle Centre Gene Cuppetelli wit i a sore leg and wide receiver Tom Pullen who scored the a a Only touchdown in Toronto has a sore shoulder. Flanker Gary i i scheduled to return from Llic injured list. The forgotten flanker of other seasons he has been nning regularly Afler a leg injury and possibly could play. J a crowd avas on hand to Greet the team on its arrival at Montreal International Airport saturday night and londay morning the is ticket office was swamped with Telephone and personal requests for tickets. The largest crowd the als could attract to the c3, Kkt scat Auto Stade this season was More than 27,000 fans. The Park has not been sold out since Ottawa rough riders met and Defeated Saskatchewan. Roughriders Here i n last season s Grey cup game. Rox Lancaster Lancaster is map i Regin up a jul Artur Back Pion Lancaster of sask at a Chevron Rouglin riders was banned As Winner of the. Jeff Nicklin memorial trophy awarded annually to the Western football of inference Sfayer considered most variable to his team. 11 was the third Conseco Iive win for Pic 31-year-om Veteran Wras Piir based by Sasfai Dewan in s63. Frond Oikawa rough elders. Lie also own be award in 1. Calgary Siam waders pier late a a it the 1957 it nor. Ca Igaly lit Jebali a w a y n Rarric Caw Joemi a be Piv Iling by i Ayers. There was w to Ltd Fiew a Anil fsr a of. Pc a to fed Effi Lyia Pari a. Bus Fatsi a Jim win a s in a or sri fumes it two i Lvi is a Ifeta in e5mwj Bob Kings 921 triple a record Bob King dazzled the senior Misc five pin Bowling i league rolling games of 290. 319 and 312 for a league record triple of i. Bobs score along with Dave Sander songs s7.1 316 and Judy new Ion s s39 34iil, enabled Sims cleaners to take 20 Points along with a City record triple score of3.s31. Dark shoes took i Points for i second spot due to the Fine of i forts of Bill Emslie s54iol 517. Bob Mceachem s07 3ziand Cecile Sanderson "�2. Salis Bury House Are third with in Points. De and pal my Labh pos o 7 arid 7js resp ciscely. byte Sli -101 it. Gladys do Bice 73 Ard Tom Woodward 7i.i it True Yeihei re Raate for Rah Wanh 10 of Finis. To i i Hari Lei i Fri h Rittick Sis h it s. Lar. �11� ice ten we -. 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