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Wednesday, August 12, 1964
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' The second stage of the Ontario Provincial ladies'. Lawn Bowling Championships was held Tuesday on . Elmdale greens and declared winners in three divisions for the Anal round in Oshawa later this mqrith.' Shown, a 1 own to A rea Sweep "-By-MABCEL SCHNOBB ' . , ef The Journal " f-. rtawnboWlers from Agin-court. Runnymede arid Allen- Whlie Dreaa SHIRTS 3.79 r S Bar llja . ip Top T4nias tet Spar. sitMt 4a wuwm sor - FUEL OIL " Residential aad Cewimerclal . 231 BaMllae ltd. - I2S-17! . "lit MIUl WmI at mwM ran t u - sua. ph. OU'CAILLCRr : HARDWARE COMPANY . 'tM KM. to M M. FRIDAY NIGHTS TIL Tlw Star ml HiumI rrr- -122 tint SL 133-S60t FREE PARKING RON YOUQWiSa TO UDUIC C j "zl: QAm rtTm J ; 171 IBM il UIS1SS - iii ' i 1 1 V: 4 . V front rowleft to right. Mrs. M. Knox and Mrs. Jean Frewin, Agincourt, doubles; Mrs. Amy Vair, Allendale, 'singles; back, Mrs. Dorothy Hague, skip, Mr. Jeaa Petch'and Mrs, Dorothy Hunt," Runnymede. triplet. . , .. t iJooml Phoo by Doouok WMl r ' r r : Howlers Robin A visitor at the matches was Mrs. A. J. Anderson, two-time winner of the doubles In list and INO. Mrs. Anderson! is chairman of District 1J. Mi. Mabel Cummings and Ford Pratt worked tirelessly to make the round robin a-success. A bit of rain in the afternoon slowed down play. 'reach final TORONTO (CP) Gordon McMillan of Oshawa and Harvey . Andrew of StreetsviHe win skip their teams in the final round of the Ontario ' Lawn Bowling ' Tournament here today: " . Both' skipt are undefeated la five starts. -The championship round ' was rained - out Tuesday. , ' . - . McMillan, last year's smiles champion, edged Wilber Kim-berly of Cosburn 14-1 and defeated John Smart of Niagara Falls. Ont., IS-11 Tues-: day to gala berth in the final.' , " . Andrew, who has never won a tournament, defeated Jack Grainger of Richmond Hitl It-It and Alexander Pope of Port Credit IT-t Tuesday. . The pairs competition gets under war today, and winds up Thursday. The : siniles championship will be decided Friday. . Lazio Shades Goya 2-1 Lazio shaded Govs 2-1 in an "A" section ODFA soccer match Tuesday night St Brewer-Park. C Battista and O. Campagna scored the goal for the winner and Mike Trianta-filos was the only Goya marks man. . A "B" division gam featuring Northern Electric and Con cordia is slated tonight at Brewer at 6.30 p.m. . t League officials announced Tuesday that an ODFA club will play the Montreal Can-talia professional team ia Ottawa, at park to be named later. Monday. Sept. 7. , Gldsmobile means Action. .... . j ... ; Myers Motors means . ' Now, If ta'mr ' tiefora, Is your ' chance to move Into an Oldsmo-bilc. A beautiful, swift, exciting 1964 Olds. And Myers Motors is prepared to' give you. the deal of , the year. ', Maximum' trade-in allowance, excellent terms, supreme service, confidence in your . dealer. .-'v. "'' -. & u :S: i - . I f . i - ROUND ROBIN WINNERS Round - dale swept (nto the J.h I r d round of the Ontario.' Provincial Ladies Lawn Bowling .Championships Tuesday ' on .Elmdale greens, , , ' Elmdale, Perth .and Smiths Falls failed to grab one of the berths a the championship Right to be staged Monday Aug. 24. at Oshawa. Mrs. H. J. Hague, former mayor of Swansea and skip of the ItC champions, ' skip-. ped her Runnymede teams to three straight wins- in the triples, defeating Elmdale, skipped by Mrs. Fred Stoate. Belleville, skipped by Mrs. G. Clapp and Marfcham," skipped by Mrs. K. Reesor. . . The doubles went to an Agincourt pair; Mrs. M. Knox and Mrs. E Frewin. a former winner in 191 - Mrs. Knox skipped the entry and made two beautiful cold draws in bet' second match of the day to tie the match but Penh took the last end for the win. However. Axincourt ladies defeated Trenton in the final match of the afternoon for a plus of 23 points. - Mrs. J. FanteU and Mrs.. R. Clark teamed for Perth. Playing for Trenton were Mrs, P. Carr and Mrs. D. Beanie, skip. . Mrs. C. A. Sproule and Mrs. W. G. Sirtner renTCum--ed Runnymede in -the doubles. The siniles berth went to Mrs: Amy Vair of Allendale. Mrs. Vair won two games and had a plus of. nine for the . three minds. Mrs. K. Crosier of Balmy Beach was another two game winner but had to take runner-up spot. Mrs. R. Gate of Klrttstrm and Mrs. H. F. Frank of Smiths Falls each had a 1-2 ; Allendale and Axincourt bowlers are from District II and Runnvmede is from District lt V 4 Playtnt for Mrs.' Haeu were Mrs. Jean ! Petch, forv merly of. Ottawa and-Mr. J. F. Hunt, lead. " . ;. The E'mrlate entry seeking " the title which they won In IMI were Mrs. Stnate. skin, Mrs. J. Mondie and Mrs. C Taylor. -il -t Myers Motors is pushing mobiles throughout Augiwt,. Btarflres, Buper 88 s, Dynamic 88's and Jctstars. , , , pldsmobile from Myers Motors ". a proper' combination for Saying" and Service. - , ' Myers Motors Co. Ltd. t . THE OTTAWA JOURNAL i 24 WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 12. 10M r-. Esks Invade Top Feature Race Heads ; LAUN DQULiriGACLUD Winnipeg RideaiiCarleton ram Prog -A - ted t Today's Pitchers By United Press international AMERICAN LEAGUE Cleveland at Los Angeles, night McDowell (5-4) vs. Newman (9-51 . . Washington at Kansas City, night Narum (7-8) vs. Bows-field (3-5). - - Detroit at Minnesota, night Regan (5-8) vs. Grant (9-t). Boston at Baltimore, night Morehead (6-12) vs. - Barber (7-). . . Chicago at New York Herbert (5-3) vs. Stottlemver (0-0). NATIONAL LEAGUE New York at Pittsburgh, night Jackson (HI) vs. Gibson (8-4). Philadelphia at Chicago Short (10-8) vs. Jackson (14-9). San Francisco at St. Louis, niiht i Perry (8-8) vs. Craig (5-5). . . Loa Angeles at Cincinnati. nicht Koufax (17-5) vs. OToolt (12-4). . Houston at Milwaukee, night Farrell (11-7) vs. Clomimger (10-11), , Toni ' WINNIPEG 0 Neill Ann-ttront returns tonight to con-tinu new career in a stadium' where, he once starred aj player. V Ht comes back as a coach, leading Edmonton Eskimos Into a Western Foojball Conference much against ' Winnipeg Blue Bombers. Armstrong' current Job bat to far been muchness reward-, uig than his playing career. , . As an end for Bombers, a. ago, he caught 122 of 161 passes a performance good for fifth place among the ranks of; all-time : Bomber pass re ceivers. ' - . '. fa his league debut at Ed monton coach Armstrong watched his rookie-laden squad crumble 52-15 before Calgary Stampeder. The defeat fol lowed two loeses in three preseason exhibition games. Red Kelly To Represent Gov't at Tokyo y Red- KeDy. 17-year. eM professional hockey player and Liberal; MP far the Toronto-area riding of York West, win ttopreoert the Canadlaa gossrnmassl at the Ssutater Olympics hi Tokyo, It waa anssounred Tuesday night la the The asade by Uameattary secretary t Heatta Minister LaMartk bate at the request el AraoM Webeter (NDP Vaacaaver-Ktngsway) far aid la seeding Canadlaa ematessr athletes to the Geatat, 1 ' Mr. Muara said the Federal gnseraiaiat through the FtV aeet aad Aatatear Sports prog r a as Is retributing I22M towards athletes te the Winter Gi last Wkster at Austria, ' sad U Gums , ha Tekya October: ." , i V t 4-M If you want This A top pace for a 1 1, 000 purse will go tonight at Rideau Carle-ton in the featured ninth race. . Back gain win be Baron Ad lot, owned and driven by Maurice Minima of Ottawa. Baron Adioa . hat drawn the Over the Net ' The new lights now In operation at the Rideau Lawn Tennis Club are believed to be tome-thing new la tennis court lighting in Canada. The 'quarullne" lights have been installed on the club's four green court on toe south tide of Donald Avenue. Iftey are located la clusters on poles on the "perimeter of the courts, eliminating wires over the playing area. Tests, show that the new lighting it Ave timet at efficient a the conventional type al ready in existence on the club't Court 13. ' The Civil Service team has finished on top In the second half of the Rideau Lawn Tennis Club League schedule. A play-off is scheduled for Aug. : 24 in which Civil Service will meet the Business team which finish fled la first place ht the first half. In the second half. Civil Service had II points. Business nine. Professionals six and CoK legiatea four. . Winding up the schedule this week, - Civil Service downed professionals 4-1 and Business won 3-2 over Collegiate, f The league la for A and B players. , ifip The Mssson Cup Handici Tournameat, which opens Thursday at the Ottawa Tenrfis Club, hat attracted an entry of 4. All but six of the first round matches' ars scheduled opening night Top seeds are Howard Simpson and Maurice Landry, i - ; VS. SPORTSMAN DIES DELAWARE. Ohio (AP) George - E. Gauthier. one of Ohio's most prominent sports figures for half a century, died Tuesday ia a Blind River. Ont.. hospital. He was 74. . He suffered a heart attack some time ago. On it you'won't find any tents, picnic tables, or, sleeping bags. You'll just discover the best gasolines and the best motor oils. - It's a service paradise. White Rose dealers have only one business. They look trouble-free driving. And you'll get all the other things after your car. (What else should a service station do?) like lubrication, tire rotation check-ups and depends. When you pull in at the White Rose island, your tank blesenrice. " ' '"'' will be filled with, gasoline that not only gives top The point Is that at the White Rose island, the whole mileage but better all-round performance. You'll also effort is directed at keeping your car in top condition get the finest motor oil available, to give your car . so you get full pleasure from it, v - , , i ELGIN AT CATHERINE 233-R411 ;.tV V eighth position In the field which includes Billy Rhythm, Gypsy Baron. Edgewood Key. Aggression, Canada Bars, Senator Ronald, Peter Bomb, ' Baron Adioa finished a dose second to Barbara Johnston In Saturday's feature, a race that NHL Hires Fred Corcoran For Promotion MONTREAL (CP) Fred Corcoran of Scarsdale. N.Y.. hat been appointed by the Na- ticmal - Hockey League to . the newly -created position of promotion consultant, it was announced here Tuesday.' ' NHL president Clarence Campbell, in making the an- t a Id Cercoran's principal Job will be to "develop new ideas in the wake of professional hockey's spread to all regions of the united States." ' Corcoran, active In golf pro motion, has named Herb Goren to assist him in bis promotion activities. Goren is resigning as publicity director lor New York Rangers after U years with the NHL. club. f Corcoran nas oeea wiui inc O.S. Professional Golfers' Asso ciation as tournament director since- 137 and promotional con sultant since IMI. . SEEK GAMES " V Perley Hospital of the Ot tawa Hull Hospital Softball League hope to arrange exhi- Diuoa garnet witn uttawa area teams. Any team Wishing a game should call Doug Nichols at 236-7171. is an island. your car. looked after, try us went la 2-03.1. Just two-fifth of a second off the track record for the mile. . -- Tonight's feature will be at a mile and a. quarter. ' '- Nina other race are scheduled for tonight with the secondary feature in the eighth race for a purs of S500. This la an Invitation Pact' at a mile with Adio Direct, Vinegar Boy. Sudsgate, Billey HaUiday. Mane Handy, Big Chief C and Direct j Duke the starters. ' Post time for the fust race on the ' 10-race card is tched- : GERALD PRESTON .- . . LIMITED ;, . ' r "4th Generatiba Serving Ottawa" ' ' 143 SPARKS STREET ' Fine Men's Clothing and Haberdashery,. , . 'l , t uiea i or s p.m. , 'M .Vll1 li.. .;, ,ti - ''' 'w i''''I -;;ri llUUITG i t; I - -(r:rj.:.- ric

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