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Ottawa, Canada
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Tuesday, August 11, 1964
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12 latins Rii Two Touchdowns VANCOUVER P British Columbia Lioni turned Willi Fleming and rookie Bob ' Swift loose Monday snigbl and ran away from Calgary - Stampeden to a 22-4 Western Football Conference vie tory before 32,664 fana. The Liona , defence took care of the rest, cutting down without a touchdown a Stampede attack that had cored S3 polnta three nights - earlier. The clincher came in the third quarter when liona made back-to-back Interception off Eagle Day deep in .the BC end of the field. The win gave Lions three points in the- standings, a point behind league-leading Saskatchewan whom BC FOR SMUGGLING Ban Czech Stars From Travelling VIENNA (UPI)-- Five-top Czech soccer, player htvt been banned from play ing abroad for all or part of next season for smuggling nylon raincoats into Czechoslovakia, the daily Prague "Prace" reported today. The sentences were handed out after customs officials found several raincoat piece amid the luggage of the Sovan Bratislava players as they were returning from watching the Milan-Real Madrid match in Vienna last May. Summary FIRST QUARTER 1 Calgary. Field Goal ' (Robinson)..... 9.41 SECOND QUARTER 3 Calgary. Single (Robinson) ...9.27 9 BC. Touchdown fFlemlna) ,....'... 7.47 ; (Fleming) ......... 2.43 - C, Convert (Kempf). V THIRD QUARTER ' 8 BC, Single '..- (Morris) .......... 11.10 FOURTH QUARTER 6 BC Touchdown ' (Fleming) .... .... X42 7 BC, Convert (Kempf). 9 BC. Touchdown (Swift) 14.13 " 9 BC, Convert (Kempf). CAMPBELL i-cxtm katcbsd srr . M . M.9S at Both Stores 187 Spark St 235-1481 ,SM Richmond Rd. 723-4323 SAVE-SAVE-SAYE LUMBER PrMcott Hwy. st OMrvktw S2S-1SOS S-A-L-E 500 BICYCLES New, 293 up , Sacoad Haad, til ap raicaa in tow tautoa in oua old ml , OYLES&Co. 93-37 Bask St Z34-MII ataeiraa atroata RE-ROOF Specializing ha ; m earn upam GERRY '" ' ' LOWREV ltd. IS Western 724-2793 plays Friday night in Regina. Sumpeders now- have lost two of their first three games. Fleming scored two touchdowns, one on a 87-yard pass-and-run play from Joe Kapp and another on a 12-yard draw play. . Swift a Canadian young- ater getting a chance iff .the starting lineup for the .first , time, scored the other touchdown on a two-yard plunge. Peter Kempf converted all three and halfback Ron Morris quick-kicked for a single. Larry Robinson took care of Calgary's scoring with a -24-yard field goal m the first quarter and a single in the second when be missed- a field goal try from 20 yards. Four of the- player -Jokl, Molnar, Cellar and Morav-cik are members of the Czech national teanv-- . Jokl and Molnar must not play abroad until after June 30. 1965. Pisarik, FUIo, and Horvath until . after 'March - 15th xt next year.- Cvetler, Moravcik . and Stastny were let- off with warnings over " their "un-sportsmanlike conduct" , The team leader, Slameny, 'must not travel abroad for a year, y.-'i , The number of raincoat! found on the player in no case exceeded more than seven In number. . The particular ' type of "balloon suV . pylon raincoat is one of the most coveted and thus popular "smuatle" item In Czechoslovakia. ' CFL Records By The Canadian Press " WESTERN CONFERENCE W 1ST F A PU SaskatVan 2 0 0 82 33 4 B. Columbia I 0 1 33 14 Calgary ... J 2 0 60 52, (-Winnipeg . 0 1 1 39 47 Edmonton.. 0 10 13 92 . Statistics VANCouvm (CP) statistics f Um Calarjr-BC fame: CM BC rM tWH ...... IT v; IT VanU rvahlnf 14 . 1" Yards eaailne ... 10 ' ISS tried ua ' : .. ' TU ; 1 IMBUtvaraf rnvrnwrn yards 4aa rumble rumbtoa lost "... PanalUaa total yards ... . SSt ll au Journal Want Ad bring quick result. SAILIE Tennis - Golf - Fishing Tackle - Riding - .' Clothing - Camping Equipment Bathing Suits - Swimming Equipment . WaterSkis; . SPORTING 131 QUEEN STREET wmm: I Avv- . ' v's , - S-i -. L vV v"-lv t V----- , -'.t TXtf , ' -- im. -w Vr -' fcli NSwSl9n!AiMbai. V- . aaaaMW'aaanBMaBaBa HUNT CLUB CHAMPION Mrs. R. E. Watson (extreme right) won the ladies club championship at the Qt-' tawa Hunt and Golf Club. Mrs. Watson received the Mrs. J. W. Thomas Tropny from y its donor (left). Mi Joan Sims (centre) was the runner-up in the event ' " 1 " (Journal Photo by Dominion WMt) Shift Junior Grid Franchise From Gatineau to Eastview The Gatineau Lions franchise in the Junior Interprovincial Football League has been trans ferred to Eastview. League officials announced the switch. Monday night fol lowing an emergency meeting! called because of 1 Gatineau's sudden announcement Sunday, that they weiis, withdrawing. ; WITHDREW TEAM Gatineau 'president Cille Renaud. decided to withdraw his club rather than fleld what he termed-was an Inadequate team. ' -;,. "v ' The ' league executive last night purchased the Gatineau team' ' equipment and announced that the name of the club will now be Eastview Lions. The executive feel that this might be a sounder ar rangement anyway since most of the Gatineau player came from Ottawa and the now de funct entry had trouble getting them to go up to Gatineau for workout. 'V i Eastview will be one of the three Ottawa area club which will compete . against three Montreal Junior teams In as interlocking schedule. Eastview open It schedule against Town of Mount Royal junior Sunday, Aug. 23, at the Eastview High School field. The team has retained Ray Kaduck as coach and he will be assisted by Frank Fraser, former Ottawa Rough Rider and Winnipeg Blue Bomber player. . ; The team will begin practis ing tonight at ' the Eastview OF SUMMER SPORTING GOODS GOODS LTD. 232-5656 field at Olmitead Avenue at McArthur Road, at ? p.m. All players possessed by Gatineau are now with the Eastviewj club and the team is also In viting other Junior age players wishing to play football this season to these drills. Expect Big Foreign Entry For Jun io r Ten n is Tourney High- ranking young tennis players from Mexico, New Zea land and India as well as Cana da and the United States will be taking part in the 196 Canadian junior champlonshlpa which open Thursday at the Rideau Lawn Tennis Club. All provinces except Prince Edward Island wiN - be : represented In th Canadian dosed section of the tourney, which is slated to wind up on the weekend. Some 29 player are expected from British Columbia t A total of eight singles events will be played In the closed competition. , The open championships, consisting of 13 events, will continue throughout next week. Official consider the entry In the open section to be excep tionally strong this year. - Players from abroad will Include Neil McAffer and Graeme Elliot, the two top New Zealand luniors. and Jasjit Singh, who hoWs No. I junior ranking m India. The latter has come to this continent to attend Notre Dame University. There wHI also be two young Mexican stars; Marcetla Lara and Luis Garcia.'' -"" - ..' v: The United States Lawn Tennis Association Is soonsorinn four players Jim Hobsonof Fullerton, Calif., Turner How-! ard of Knoxville, Term., Arml-stead Neely of Tampa, Fla., and Tom Karp of, Los Angeles. Neely" and Karp were quarter- nnallsts m the recent U.S. na-; tional boy IS 'championships, j Ten players are entered from ! Mr. Jem Hoxie's tennis school in Hamtrack, Mich, including Chuck Bralnard. who also was !a quarter-finalist in the U.S. national tourney. Neely and Bralnard were . ranked second and third respectively In the United State on the basis ot League president Bill Mc Ewen says that the league la still searching for a sponsor for the Eastview team. Any Eastview firm or businessman interested in sponsoring the club, is requested to phone Radio Station CFRA and leave their phone number, l 1963 play in the boys It divl sion. . . Other - tcp-rankjng Americans include Brian Gottfried of Cape Coral, Fla:, the current VS. boys 12 champion, and George Taylor of Houston, Texas, who waa runner-up. for the U.S. boys 14 title this year. . s ,. : h Highly rated entries In the girls' events' include Conpie capoizi or Middletown. Ohio, the current U.S. giris 14 champion, Louise Gonnerman of River Edge, NJ, Marilyn Aschner of Jamaica, NY, Judy Dixon of Montcialr, NJ, and Vicky Rog ers of Rye, NY. Others are Marjoria Gengler of Locus Valley, NY. who holds No. 3 U.S. national girls IJ 'Burgh' Football Registration - New Edinburgh Stealers, an ntry m the Peewee Little Four Football League, are holding registration for the! coming season tonight Wed-nesday. and Thursday at the New Edinburgh Community Centre, at the end of Stanley nTcnuc, irom euro to 8 p.m Boys from 10 to 13 vora ir.. elusive living In the foUowing w cainburgh, Rockcliff, VUlage, Rockcliffe Air Base, Manor Park and Lln-danlea are invited to register PRO Sazio Sees Tough Year Wirkowsld Aimsvf or Spot By NOBBY W1RK0WSKI Head Coach, Terente Argeaauta TORONTO (UPI) We're just aiming for a playoff spot ' this year although I can't say at the present time bow our club will finish. . , ' It's going to be a real good . league' and I only hope we'll get our share of victories. Hamilton and Ottawa will be tough , and George Bork at Montreal has looked Impressive during the exhibition tea-son. Ones they start to jell Ihey'll be okay. ;. The only real spot we had ' to fill was at halfback and I hope that Sherman Lewis (All-American from Michigan Stale) can jill the bill. Hi ability to run he ball has Impressed me. He has speed and follows his interference wetL . He's the only- new man we'll have In the backfield al . though Hughley and Ron Hatcher were only with us for a few games last yeaiwbut they with us. ?ARKER-T-O.Br W are going to go with Jackie Parker at quarterback with Karl Sweatan,' rookie from Wake Forest and. Don Fuall to back him up. As of new, Parker's knee' is very good., He's had a chance to" test it ni all four exhibition, game and it has stood up to the rough knocks; - The major reason I kept Swaetaa over Sandy Stephens (cut last weekend) was that he's a good all-round man. He can do a lot of things. He's a kickoff man, a punter, kicks ranking, and Jade Schiffman, who ranked third In the girls 14 classification in the 'Eastern States,'..' 4 '-"f Chairman .of the committee handling the big event la Norman Ryan of Rideau, who this year took over the post of chair man of junior development for the Canadian Lawn Tennis-As sociation. IB' " ' , Playground News LADIES' ArTMMIDIATX tljrdra. IS: City MaU, T. Win nns tMltarjr: Batty Davta and iuy atesarejra. LOTln battary: DonaMa ras sod Sandra Kebo. CITT INDUSTaiAL ' Capital IOA. : CP a. a. Canital battary: Claude iaeaaon and Anita Hay. CPH batury: Mortal and Dudley. H Capital: BUI Btara- ar, rat nioa. tNOarlNDaNT becbsation Coin Cmtra. S: ParWanna. t. Coin ballaryi Buck Ball and Brian Caaaldy. Parkrieane battary: Morm Black and Bon Koflman. Ptrat sama M aaat-df-riva aanHlaal aarlaa. . Mat Ufa. : Bollys, . Wlnnln battary: Btrnl Caaay and Harry Domen. iMln battary: Blchard anu nana Ulroua. HR Bollv Bob Orackan, First anw botf-oi Bvs. aaroMiiud aarlaa. - MILWAUKEE (UPI) Th Milwaukee Brave yesterday tgnea Jerry Harmon. 21 year-old second baseman from Loa Angeles, to 1969 contract with their Austin farm club of the Texas League. - . ' FOOTBALL HAMILTON TIGER CATS OTTAWA ROUGH RIDERS Kick-Cif Ttaa - 8 p.m. Lsnsdowna Park -Friday -AesbsI Kill TICKETS NOW ON SALE AT Ritchie' Cigar Store. 99 Bank St- EastrWw Hotel, 209 Montreal Rd Sky Ranch Restaurant 1939 Bank St Queensway Variety Shop, ,1171 R Ivan id Drivet Simpsons-Sears Ltd, Carllngwood Shopping Centre; and the . Ottawa Football Club. Unsdowne Park. . ' . . . . ALSO - ' ' j Cratton Bowling Lanes, Smiths Falls, and ( .the rrescott Journal Prsacott Ont . WOCKIPId BUS BOKBQtS n. OHiWA ROUGH UDQS TUQOiT, AUGUST Mtk TICKET SALE OPENS MONDAY, AUGUST 19 '' ' Reservations -U-70--will be held Mill ... 9 pjn. day befer gam. , field goal. P'-'y defence and Is a quarterback, He handled himself weU , during the exhibition gams; " By RALP SAZIO Head Catch llamlltaa Tlger-Cata HAMILTOhl (UPI) I won't try to kid anybody. We've got a good club, but 1 think it'll be .a real tough year. 1 We've got a good nucleus, we've had no holdout problems, and I'm perfectly satisfied with our off. season recruiting. ' Our backfield is a little bit unsettled with Jim Pace leaving) but we may try to pick up somebody. We got Jim Boris from the Philadelphia Eagles and we used him In th exhibition game against Edmonton. He'd only been in camp couple of days and he looked real goody although I , don't think he was ready yet He'll be fine, and' If he's pot. we'll hfive to get somebody -else. ,.: . j:: ri We thought we might have some problems at the end dur- ing the off JdkQt.know whtthecHai Pat. would retire. We were also uncertain about- Dava Vlil's status because be went . into the army and we didn't know that be would be back tor sure. Today V Pitchers By United Presa InternaUonal 1 (Won-lost record in parentheses). AMERICAN LEAGUE, Cleveland at Loa Angeles, nightTlant (4-1) y. Belinsky (9-7). -'.;' . Washington at Kansas City, night Osteen (10-8) va Seiul (7-8). Detroit at Minnesota, niaht Aguirre (2-S) v. ISUgman (5-111 - -. Boston at Baltimore, night I Connolly 2-Sl va. Bunkar Chicago at New York 2. day-night Horlen (8-7) and Pizarro (14-6) v. Terry (9-8) and Bouton (12-9). . NATIONAL LEAGUE . . New York at Pittsburgh, night Fisher (7-14) vs. Gibbon (8-4). Philadelphia at Chicago Culp (8-7) vs. Ellsworth (12-13). San Francisco at St Louis, nigiu nenaiey (8-7) vs. Sim' mon (12-8). . to Angeles at Cincinnati. nlght-Orttga (4-4) va. Jay Houston at Milwaukee, night Jonnson (8-11) or FarreU uwj vs. spahn (9-11). , NAME CAPTAIN ', NEW, YORK (UPI) The1 yesterday named Mrs. . Theo-United Slates Golf Association dor W. Hawe of Summit NJ, aa non-pUying captain of the U.S. teams entered In the Cur tis Cup matches against Great Britain and the women' world amateur team .championships. VACATION BONUS PACK! STAINLESS STEEL BLADES when you buy 6 at the So we recruited five ends. One of them was, Sun Cris-son from Duke. He' made our squad although he has a slight injury right now and It s a question whether he'll be ready to play next weekend. But he's a good defensive ballplayer, too, so he's going to make it MOSCA AT END ... Ron Ray's retirement was quite shock. (The 29-year, old defensive end quit In May alter undergoing knee surgery during the off-season.) I ' expected him. to be back. But we'll use Angelo . Mosca ' or Bobby Jack Oliver as defensive ends and I think we'll be ' II right , ' v,-':,- We're pretty well stacked at quarterback with Bernie Fat-oney. Frank Consentino and Jpe,Zuger, I was hoping Junior Edge would be good enough to make tt defensively b u t we've got another boy, Charlie Calhoun (Florida State) who is much superior as a defensive back. He's also a punter,'' ' r I'll go with Zuger at my kicker but Calhoun will back Mm up.. We're pretty well set along the offensive and defensive lines.- .-x.'. ; ;..-.;-'. .; But I'm not being fooled by complacency. ,"..-.'.; '- ', ' It's going to be a real gobld season. I'd be just like any. body else If I tried to say how it was going to finish I'd just be hazarding a guess, I mink Toronto is the club that's going to be a lot tougher 'than hut year, and we were nip and tuck with Ottawa all the way through last season. But I've never made predk-lions and I don't Intend to suit making them now. 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