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August 11, 1964

The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 14

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:1 14 Chubby Cassius Belittles Liston and Patterson los Angeles (upi a somewhat chubby Cauiui ! .Clay predicted yesterday he J- could "beat Sonny Liston right now." belittled th ; challenge of Floyd Patterson . ' and taid he wa seriously. ' .'considering retiring after one more title defence to become ' Black Muslim minister. And Clay hinted he would have a "big secret" to disclose about his romantic lift In two weeks. At news conference called for Black Muslim leader Elijah Muhammad. Clay-Muhammad AU to sect members made a prediction: "There will be complete separation of the white man from the black in 1970 be. cause Elijah Muhammad pre- dieted it and everytning ne predicts comes true." He said he was considering retiring after his next fight because he wants to become a Black Muslim minister. i .Clay, somewhat heavy despite his claim that he weighs 225 pounds, appeared in sport-shirt and slacks at the news conference and was quickly subjected to ques- ingingjmiiw rortn coming fight with Liston to his involvement with, the Black Muslims. Lacrosse Snipers Blum Leads Brian Blum, of Don Lanoue. holds a two point lead Notre Dame's Bob Dagenais m the Junior Lacrosse League scoring race. Blum, a member of the league's leading team, has scored ' J goals and assisted on - 13 ethers for a ' total of points. , Dagenais has obtained M points on M goals and II assists. J Bill Cundell, of Don Lanoue, is in third place with 45 points. He has scored 28 goals and has 18 assists. Cundell is fol- i lowed by three Notre Dame players. Bob Labranche has 27 , points; Ron Lavigne, 26 points and Roger Lavoie 20 points. . A league game Is scheduled .'.. tonight with Meloche, on the bottom of the three-team stand. hit. Paying Don Lanoue at Anglesea Square at 8.19 p.m. Lanoue's lead the league with ', 27 points. Notre Dame are - second with 19 and Meioche third with four. Delisle, Wagner Win Singles Titles . Denis Delisle and Mrs. Marguerite Wagner won the singles events in the Ottawa New Edinburgh Canoe Club tennis tournament..'. In the finals Delisle beat Ernie Emard t-2. 6-2. 7-5. and Mrs. Wagner won S-3, 6-3 over Mrs. Joan Guenault. ... ' Delisle and Jean Rlvard combined to take the men's doubles, defeating Jack Hambling and Brian Larkin 6-3, 6-0, 6-4. In the mixed doubles final Joan and Tony Guenault won es-3, 8-106-2 over Mrs. Wag ner and Gene Robillard. : '. The only match yet to be played is. the women's doubles final In which. Mrs. Wagner and Mrs. Guenault meet Marie-Paule Perrier and Mrs. Carmen Guibert , ,. - ' Singles winners in the club's Junior tournament were Michel Carriers and Denise West. Car- Here gained a M, 7-3 win over George Hunter and Miss West downed Cheryl Everett 6-i, 6-1. boo ueorrrton and Dame wal lis, won the Junior men's doubles, defeating Carrier and Hunter 6-2. 6-4 in the final. PICIIIG TABLES CALIFORNIA REDWOOD " i e !. rllilli VaratkaM (IB Kb. CaiUsaiM I29-S5 ' i WS1THN ' CSDA $18.50 Bed Cedar (ipf COD UWI CIlnTt W00DR0FFE HOBBT SHOP 1 ICBMOND BOt ' IM-aiS US-IS4S, Opt (ataiean la t CALL CEG-2333 BLUE LINE , White Drees SHIRTS over I :3.79 He Indicated he hoped for a decision in a week or so on the Liston fight, and insisted he would go to Cairo to make an "Islamic" movie If a date and other arrangements are not then firm. Although conceding he has done no training since beating Liston. he proclaimed, "there's nobody in the world who can beat me. If they dont make the Liston fight. I'll fight Doug Jones. "I understand some girl named Floyd Patterson wants to fight me," he continued with a disparaging word for the former champ. "I'll fight her and knock her out m half round." Turning seri ous, hrsaid "liston knocked T,terson out In one round and I'm four times as good as Liston, so you figure it out" A ; - la.- I Par 11jM in Top TnMa tnrsvi ' tet Sfr tn Wnum seaettas T He said he received invitations from Saudi Arabia. Turkey and The Sudan to make personal appearances. "Many kings and heads of state want to talk with me." he said. " He was asked whether he was engsged, and said only he had a big secret about his romantic life "I'll an-, nounce in about two weeks." Clay said the movie m Cairo would not relate to boxing, but with. Islam and the Islamic faith. Clay had appeared yesterday at a rally in Olympic Auditorium, addressed - by-Elijah Muhammad. "" Elijah Muhammad ws to' have appeared today at the news conference, but was replaced by Muhammad All who was accompanied by the local temple leader. . THE OTTAWA JOURNAL -.TUESDAY. AUGUST 11, 1984 Scores Four For Monties day night at Anglesea Square. Bob Dagenais and Chuck Langdon contributed two goals apiece to the winners' stuck and another Dagenais, Richard, supplied a single. Jim Larkin scored twice for Hull and Jack Belanger added the other. League action resumes Wednesday night with Merchants playing Meioche,- . . . X- 1 ' MWIIIHMIMUH v stt7 ' ' i"1" 'l :. i ,y ;-, I I 1 ' . - -. 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