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Ottawa, Canada
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Saturday, March 11, 1961
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-r. 14 THE OTTAWA JOURNAL SATURDAY. MARCH 11, 1961. Eastern C I u bs, Domi np te Cradle All-Star Games By PHIL O'REILLY., of Tha Journal : Eastarn hockey dub proved uparior in Of nnuai Cradle hockey League all-eur hockey fames laat night at the , The crowd, perhapt wasn't aa good a Cradle League offi ciala had hoped lor, but the faithful following of approximately 1.000 waa enthusiastic and the size of the crowd car teinly didn't hurt the calibre Of hockey displayed. Ant or ties : for tune K looked as though the Cradle League teams would have to settle the argument, regarding their ability, at t later date. The East and Weat teams tied in the first two game. In the opening Peewee divi Hon game the East played to 1-3 tie with the West. Eastern Minor Bantams came within 45 seconds of a victory, but tied te settle for a 2-2 deadlock. CAST WINS TWO Eastern players took over tVora here. The Bantams post rVnr thats a brand latw hmtmi aaMot th wntitas of in-amaai maintenanaa. Urea, ml, rsa, 4e. Thin f In srsoisOoa toes i aae teal Inqutrt nomCall Cf2-$TT LEASE-IT AUTOS EAimiMTtAII LIMITED . An Att-Ottaica Company . M7 ALBERT STREET . . I 1 ed a tight 5-4 victory and the Minor Bantams shaded the Weat 3-1. Bernard Bertrand scored with little time remaining in the second and Anal period to give the East a tie in the Peewee game. Other scorers for the East were ' Larry - Boyd and George NesbitL Mark Testier. Ron Bradley and Jerry Welms-j ley scored for the Western stars. Ronnie Keough came through with a goal with only 43 sec onds remaining in regulation time to give the West a dead lock with the East in Minor Bantam play. Budd Stanton picked up the other goal for the West Eastern scorers were Peve Scoble and Bob Johnston. SCORE TWO EACH Bob Drew and Richard Beauchamn led the Eastern bantams with two goals each. The other goal went to Bob Cote. Donald Grlerson paced the West with two and singles were scored by Keith Marshall and Guy Pilley. Don Edestrand scored on the Cradle Hockey Records ' Following are the Anal standing and the individual scoring autistic in four divisions of the Ottawa Cradle Hockey leigue: MIWIS DIVISION Burkinfham , Oleta Slmved A cM bxmu rvk ... Aybnar Liana WooorotT (TOt law Oat . Wothore Hawks WLT f A F a j e si t is a l a n to is ? i l J 11 is I I I tl 1 15 1 S 0 31 11 14 S 4 1 23 12 11 4 4 2 14 14 10 4 4 3 IS IS 10 SM. Pt l 2 S 3 IS 30 JJew Edtntnirrh . 3 I 13 34 ouMnmar riyara ill in Mvarrttw Park . 3 S 0 T 37 Fin Cites S 0 S 33 Upland :.. 1 S 0 47 S-COKJNO BACI Briea Bonayn. Eunval JaTuaa LavtoerU. Buck. . CeraaS Oraulx. Buck. Denes Chaurat. Buck. Yes Lalluer. Buck. BaiiwMd Bertrand, Buck Barry Cunoell. Nra lain. ... Dania Mandrtcks. WaMboro ... Mar Batten. Buck Jnhn McLean, Woodron . Mark Teaeiar. Aylmar Lone Allan Jonaa. Aylmar tiom ... PMar Klefl. Aylmer Liana .... Cm y Walmatoy, Xlmeale Jimmy Harrlaon. 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Clab Aylmar Lion RlrarvWw Park . W LT r ,A I I I 41 II I I I 14 II It S 3 3 34 II 13 S 3 3 31 IS 13 3 3 4 34 30 10 I I II IS S I T I II II 4 ess i so a SCOBINS BACI C Don Grieraon. Bcl-Atr Park -. 12 Cur PiUey, Woodroffa Bob Cot. Sandy HIU Flyers . Boas Hobin. Waatboro Tifara . John Vraoman, Aylmar Uona Dayld FenUtnan. Waatboro . Bob Fnrcatt, Waatboro T1m Bob Slaaaor, Waatboro Tilers . Mlk Col. Waatboro Tlaon ... Richard Charron. Waatboro ... Brian Toah. Waatboro Ttars Mlk LlTtnSBton, Waatboro ... Bob Draw. Sandy HIU Flyers . Dous Drummontf. Blvnriw Richard Baauchemp. BockcUII Mlk Brmnan, BockcUII I I I I S 5 4 4 4 MINOB MlnOITS ' W L T T A r Woatboro Flyera s I I 31 I IS Manor Park ... T 3 S 39 14 14 St. Anthony's .. 4 SI s 30 I Elmval Acres . I II I 3 It I SCOBINO BACI Bob Tumor, Waatbor Plyara . BtB Duroehtr, Waatboro' Murray Kurytj, Manor Park .. Id. Concordia. Woatboro Wsyna O'Brien, tuner Park . . Ron MacPharaon, St Anthony's Nick SUmell, Manor Park ... Datrtd Darch. Waatbor Ptor Caaay, Waatboro . . Body Zaln. Manor Park Jim Phillips. St. Anthony's ... BEATS KIDD CHICAGO m Hungary's 1st van Rozsavolgyi covered the mile in )ust 4.7 seconds over four minutes Friday night and won out over Toronto s school boy sensation Bruce Kidd at the Chicago Daily News relays. empty net to clinch the minor-midget title for the East. Mur ray Kuntz and Roddy Zaine notched the others. Bill Du- rocher scored for the West Andersen Jindowalls Beauty - - - - a ea J Selke Not Interested NEW YORK P) Russisn hockey challenges apparently doesn't interest . Frsnk Selke. managing director of the Montreal Canadiens. In New York Friday for a National Hockey League meeting, Selke was asked to com ment on a copyright article by a Soviet hockey official which appeared in the March issue of the Atlantic Advocate. In the article Y. Bazhanov. secretary of the USSR Hockey Federation, challenges Cana diens or Toronto Maple Leafs to a home-and-home series with a Russian team-beJ- In... . . n . v la. I r unci iw K" "I'm not getting mixed up commenting on any of that Russian business," Selke said curtly. Conn Smythe. owner of the Maple Leafs, did not attend the meeting. CCEA Agrees To Go Ahead With Curl-o-Drome The board of directors of the Central Canada Exhibition As sociation haa agreed to- go ahead with plans ' for . the Lsnsd o w n . Park Curl-O- Drome. Don Charboneau. chairman of the association's grounds and recreation committee, aaid hit group was very much en couraged by the reaction to the announcement two weeks ago that the association was con sidering such a move. The Curl-O-Drome will be the : largest curling plant in Ottawa and will be ready in November. Aa the result of the initial announcement 67 -per cent of the night ice time has been re quested. There is still ice time left for morning and afternoon curling and organizations. well, aa individuals, are being invited to- write advising of their preference for times. Some ladies' organizations have already expressed inter est in daytime curling. speaks for itself! ... Beautiful Detailing Depth of Shadow Line :.. - Andersen Windows' are fashioned from select-Pondecosa Pine . . . warm to the touch . . warm to the eye. Within, Anderson Windows complement furnishings . In every room. Can be stained or painted to match any decorating scheme. Outside, Andersen Windows many styles blend with , any style of architecture, contemporary or traditional Call us today about Andersen Windows i sin in h i " ;ir i aaay 1S4S Merhrale Road 6 PAS-4661 a-N. o ) 7 t-VrUrf 'A FINAL INSTRUCTIONS Ted Bonnar (centre)' passes ori a few helpful) tips to a couple of his players before they took to the ice in their Cradle Hockey League game against the Western All-Stars Friday night at the Auditorium. Larry Boyd (left) and Bill Cundell helped the Eastern statT gain a 3-3 tie in the opening peewee contest On the Alleys AIAPLS ISAf LADIES Hish croaata: Alma Sbrppard SSI JOi, Mararl Haddan S(.l 12441, Vara MoCoahan S02 il. Hljh alnsm. Eva Millar JW. Jan-nl Tri)l3ihl 33S, LortlU Smith 233. ST. JOSEPH'S MIXER t Good arorca' Men B. starkss (37SI. Ron Power 740 '371 . Pat Stanton 734 (374 1. Larry Drennan 731 I2SI). Bert Munro 710 IIMI, Bill May SS3 Hill. Paul Capallo HI .MO' rrank Cedar 440 il7l. Lao Vallo,uetle S7 21S John nova 0O7 isjui. ioieftcorinr.a Boblllard 711 iaii. Jartia La-perrlere St2 342l. Pal Coulllard S3 1 3.17t. -Olive Connolly t:io 2311. Cecile Hehert in 1I7. Alice Valiquette 348 i233i. VKV1RV l.rAl.lS Hlh rroaaet Mn Q Tavlor 505 'Soli. Mr. A Bulha lit Mn C McClur 430 Sinslea Mra . A Dollrnan 32S. Mn L. Hodfina 211, Mra. M. Caraon 231. Ml III AY ArTKRNnoN I.eAOL'B Hlfh croaaea: Mra K Chapman 440. Mra W C Cooper 433 Mra C. t McClur 413 Sinle' Mra F Dollrnan 234 Mra S Herman 327. Mn. W Meeon 31 MERCHANTS' I.ECil Garlandi 7. Burkhnldera 0: Car-anna Number On 7. Runte 0; Murphy-Gamble . Eatona 2: Travellers 5. Fitzaimmona 3; Osilvy 4. Carson Number Two 3 Hish sinsle: Ceorie DIMlIki 41S. Tonv Grenler - 330. Joe Holmea 313. Croiaee: DiMlllo SftS. S. Ette.rman 73. VILLK.MEUVB 1.SAGIE Good scores: Mrs. M. Mariar SSO (3471. Mrs D Roy 038 3B), Mra R DesRivieras oil VOl. Mrs. O Murray SI I20i. Smiles: Mrs M. Wasnar 3A2. Mra. B Llrarl 243-3IU. Mra J Buaon 23S. Mra B Oauthlrr 334. Mra G. Hector 3M. Mn t O Kara 235. Mra. T Oovaau 213. Mra. L. Goodman 314. Mra L Soulier 313. Mra. G Lan-dravillr 213 Mra B. Frachttla 3n. Mra A Mulligan 304. Mra Y Saary' 2H0 FREIGHTER ABLAZE SWANSEA, Wales VP) Firemen battled a blue in a hold of the 3.740-ton Bntish freighter Martaban off the South Wales coast today. A lifeboat was standing along' side the freighter to take off the crew if necessary. 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