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22 Sports of the Times y ARTHUR DALEY (rt 1M4 mm Tark Tln Mm s.t.W NEW YORK Doug Jones is afraid ht'i plodding down a one-way tired., It's he only. t n I n g M i "ef afraid ol. The man who has Mr: been rated I , as t h e No.T W I heavyweight contender by the World i Boxing Asso-jeiation U un-'awed byCas- , sius Marcellus Clay, Sonny L I s t o n and Floyd Patter. in DALEY son, the three men ranked ahead of him, by that other arbiter of fistic affairs, Ring Magazine. " v "I'll fight 'em all," said Doug, square jaw set in a determined line, "but there's only one shot I really want. "That's Mister Cassius Clay. Afler all. he has the title.". CONVINCED HE WON Jones met the current champion in Madison Square Garden ;. Ne. 4 ELGIN ST. PHONE Z33-M37 ' WaWsWsV." STOCK CAR f. Dircc V I upim tut JMiDWAi . " RIGHWATS 7 i IS t9a II MUs Wnt .1 exuwa toiiigiit International .jl Championship jj TtMl TSIALS 1. P.M. i .' , ' 8.15 P.M. '. ADULTS $2.(10 -' Children 50c ' ' Csiankil Cnrk Has let II H KMara Iwrlnamt .eairv fvs. rr lafarM- I Mil tit-Mil . Stale Thanaar. , f S-A-L-E 500 DICYCLES New, JS.tS up , Second Hand, SIS tip nsT fairrs in town TtlADS IN VOIIB OLB BIKI DYLES&Co. I05-It7 Sank St. ; 23S-MII - wtwM Ifmmrt aae ' Muum atru jo:inso:i r.:oTons. Sain sisf Strvlc ' Lakefield Boats Thome's Boats , Sailing Dinghy . and Fittings Gator Trailers Row Boats II to IS ft . Lawn-Boy Lawwmoweiv Pioneer Chant Saws CREEN VALLEY LOER LTD. SOS Montreal Rd. ' ' ' . Ring Magazine ranked Patter- fson ahead of me after he beat Eddie Machen, a nobody. On top of that he got knocked out twice fast by Liston and now he says he deserves another shot at the title. . He should be shot with a gun. When he had the title, he ducked all the top contenders. Let him wait. aooui a year ana nan ago take on and is still convinced that Je Marhen. gave the Louisville Lip a sound drubbing. So did most of the spectators. But two officials split their decisions 5-4-1 nd the other, who apparently. wa watching a different bnul, gave It to Clay s-l-l Now Jones is back in the Garden on Friday night against Tony Alongi. Just to keep his hand in. - "I know I can beat Clay because ! beat him once," said Jones, a muscular and solidly built young man. "Maybe I'd have less trouble with Liston. He doen't run the way Clay does and that should make It easier for. me to get my stuff oft. - J wouldn't exneci 'to be hit with many punches and I thought Clay took Linton's punches better than he tnok mine. Dnnt forget that I had him on the ropes in the first round ana only the bell saved him.".. ! Done' reused and hit voice was heavy with scorn when he resumed.. . :. '. T be almost scared to fight Patterson." he said. "He'd be SAVE -SAVE -SAVE LUMBER ' Ftescott Hwy. at Clearvlew , 23 1S0 WARREN K. COOK CLOTHES - By ARTHUR DALEY C ISSt Nw It TIM Km loo easy. Everyone else has taken a crack at his Jaw and I can hit at hard as the rest of them,' maybe harder. I finished Tom - McNeely faster than Patterson did. He didn't even den: Pete Rademacher but X broke his ribs and shattered hit eardrums. SHOULD BE ELIMINATED "I think Patterson should be eliminated from the picture entirely, it's time I got the recognition , I deserved. Butf A tew months ago I was willing to fight Patterson. It reached such .a point that At Bolan. the prpmotor, shook hands with mjr manager, Alex Koskowiti. in agreement for a bout which would be held in Las Vegas or Sweden or some place but Patterson ran out wait,'' ; ' . an easier mark, Like I aay, let him. Jones admittedly doesn't know- where he's heading if anywhere. -It has to be pre sumed that the first order of business in the heavyweight situation is a return match be tween Clay and Liston. But Clay has loused himself up with the Muhammad All caper and Liston has Just loused him self up. . Period. ; V'i Although the WBA teems about reedy to declare Sonny Boy too unsanitary for the un savory mesa n pretends to rule, tome greedy member it a cinch to break away and decontam mate Liston on his own. This won't be motivated by anything as idealistic as having Justice triumph. It wiH be a vulture-like grab for the money on ever heavyweight 'cham pionship carcase. Scavenger alwaya get fat. - . COULD DELAY A YEAR Such a return match and n't . inevitable will delay Jones for at least a year. If it produces as controversial a result a the last one. It could delay him even more. At the age of 21 the most wistful con tender ia mm getting any young er.' How had be reacted to that first fight? v . , - -,t.t: . I was one fellow," he said. arching - hit eyebrows, "who thought liston was wlnnjng. I didn't see where Clay was doing much except in spotswhen he'd let go with shoes nine punches." Shoeshine punches? What' la the world was that? ' "Those flurries of his." he explained with a smile.' "I was (Csso) : A high-quality, one-hand oparated grease gun, complete with 12" flexible eaten- - tion nose.. You save $5.25 over the regular Esto retail' price of M.2Ji when you purchase, one carton of 60 Esso, MP Crease Cart ridges the sure, economical way to keep your equipment in top working condition. Get one from your Imperial Euo Agent - bu order soon, una repeat offer it for a timittd time only. moy surprised by the way it ended. It I'm not sure, I don't like to make statements but I don't know whether or not I'd say that Liston quit. They claim he had to stop because of an arm injury. 1 accept the confirmation of a board of doctors. A lot of people wanted him to lay out on his back. It doesn't do me any good to try to figure it out." There was resignation in his voice. In fact. Jones has be come a quite resigned young man because he has been con itantly frustrated in his efforts to reach the lop of his profession. He keeps getting' sidetracked. He's good, all right, but maybe he isn't quite a-; good as he thinks he is. At his current rate of 'progress, however, he may never find out. . .' . Troy Ruttman Quits Racing DEARBORN, Mich. (UPI) Troy Ruttman, the youngest driver ever to win the famed Indianapolis "500," Tuesday announced hit retirement from race driving. Ruttman, 34, said he felt "it was Just beat for me to retire." "I dulcuased this at-some length with my wife and made the decision but night," Ruttman said. "1 just feel that it's time to make way for the younger fellows." - i Ruttman, Who operates Troy Ruttman enterprizet in this Detroit suburb, was 22 yean old when he won the coveted Indianapolis race in 1952. His best finish since .then was in 19M When' he placed fourth. I Ruttman, a physically big man, was one of the top names in racing for many 'years and drove everything from aprint cars and midgets to the big Offenhausers at Indianapolis. During his long career in racing he was involved in many accidents. .-The worst occurred Aug, 18, 1932, at Cedar Rapid,: Iowa, when a steering gear broke on his sprint car... He suffered a broken arm and a concussion and was laid up for a year and a half.- Pliygrounds Olympics At Orleans Friday ORLEANS (Special) The Orleans playgrounds Olympics will open here Friday, . The Olympics will run Friday, Saturday and Sunday along with Softball games and other entertainment. Proceeds of the three-day sports program will be used for the Winter and Fall sports program in Orleans. PISTOLMATIC ySS-. n "jV" ft MORE N0W...M0RE IN THE FUTURE. -FROM IMPERIAL OIL Ka C. Dufmer, Ottawa East l. C. Valllant, Ottawa -West II. Hick, Manotlck ' ' Elfls Johns, Manlwakl , . ie Matt. Paplneauvllla . IT. G. Dereeron, Oucklnsham , A. Chartrand, Hull , F. Nadon, Hull W. E. Schwartz, Shawvllla THE OTTAWA JOURNAL WEDNESDAY,. AUGUST 12. 1964 )Y." f.Y '"V i. A V KtTIKINU , Troy Ruttman, youngest driver ever-to win the - Indianspoli 500-mile clastic, said Monday night he .. . retiring from racing. Ruttman, 34, of Dearborn, Mich, , won the Indianapolis race at age 22. . , ' , iAP-Jounul Wupttol Fne'fVVaax Meet Tonight Fine' . and Wajax " resume their beat-of-flva City Intermediate Softball League semi-final series tonight at Sandy Hifl diamond at 6.30 p.m. Fine's won the opening game In the series,- nipping Wajax 1-0 in a tight pitcher duel. - Third game tn the series is scheduled Friday night, also at Sandy Hill diamond, with the. alerting time for that one at p.m. t ' Journal ' Want quiclc results. Ad bring JOE LOUIS SAYS Liston Didn't Quit Nilon Threw Towel BALTIMORE (AP) Joe Louis, former world heavy weight boxing champion, says it was Sonny Llston's manager who threw in the towel' in last February's title fight with Cat- !tius Clay. ... "Everyone keeps saying that Liston quit In his comer after the sixth round, but it isn't true." Louis said Tuesday. "I was the first person in the Grants Win Playoff Opener 3-1 Hugh M. Grant downed Irt-erprovlnciaf-favlng S-l Tues day night at Sandy Hill. In the opening game of their best-of-aeven Senior Sportsmen's Softball League semi-finals, v ' . Lynn Dewan scattered four hits to pitch the win. Steve Hook' was charged with the loss. Guy Sincennes accounted for. Paving's only run with a1 homer in the fifth inning. ' In the other playoff opener Ottawa Gas and St. Joseph' finished in a 2-2 tit after six and a half innings. .' That game will be completed Sunday night at the Hydro Field before the start of the second game. '-. ' Grant's and Paving resume their series Sunday at 6.30 p.m. at Larocque Park, Wrightville LEAFS START SEPT. 4 . TORONTO 4C The Sun-ley Cup champion Toronto Maple Leafs open their training camp at Peterborough. Ont., Friday, Sept 4. the club announced today. ', ring and Litton was yelling to his cornermen:' 'Let me fight, I can still beat him.' "But Jack Nilon, his manager, made him quit. He knew that they had . a return-bouyl clause and he didn't want to take a chance on Sonny hurting his shoulder so . bad that he would never? be able to fight again." - .-. -.". -" -r Louis, -who was at the ring side in Miami Beach as a tele- vislbn commentator for . the heavyweight title, bout, . said: Clay was' the one- that really wanted to , quit.-After the' fifth round, he was yelling at his sec onds 'don't let him hit me no more.'" . . . -Dependably Establiihad For 59 Years - Quality Mtn't, Students' and Boys' Summer Clothes Genuinely Reduced In Price At, Our 3 Stores. t . WWWWWWVVVN asTAeLigHgo in teos , EILFISHEIt LTD - ns-ne IMIKI STHT : OTTAWA , CANASA CaUHjatataVOOV MtatJHM Mini wwwwwwvwv i i i 1 1 f u i ' i i i o I ii if j in .. i 1 1 i mm )L-Mh ON BRAND NEW TIRES Buy 1st tire at tho regular price... get the 2nd tire at half price How's that (or savings I Ws'rs offering this kind of deal on tht tires you need. 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