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August 12, 1964

The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 25

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vS: V. 1 I.. WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 12. 1964 25 Ontario Junior Golfers Top - TORONTO CR Ontario's 10-merober team defeated the Quebec challenger 37-18 Tues- y to win the Ontario-Quebec Junior Golf Team Championship for the seventh live time. The Quebec team managed a lira one-point lead in the morning'i two ball foursome competition but won only three of the 10 singles matches during the afternoon round. Wayne McDonald, 16. of Trafalgar, Ontario Junior golf cnampion. cored a 3-0 victory over Brian McLean, 16, of Montreal. - Three other Ontario , team members scored 3-0 wins in ingle competition. They were Phil Gross of Chatham against McLean, Ian Thomas of ton- ' don over Michael Sucey of La-chute and Ron Laiter of Brant- ford against Kevin Hughes of . DorvaL . . ..; " The other Ontario singles winner were Tony Culkeen, Pete Turner and Martin Mason all of Toronto, who defeated John Murray, Bert LeCavalier, and Bert Moreland. all of Mont real, by identical 214-7. scores. uuxe Doucette of Sher- brooke scored a 3-0 win for the visitors over Rick Paton of Pembroke. The other two singles wins by Quebec were posted by Jerry Chapdelaine of St Hyacinthe and Stephen Smith of VaUeyfteld. 'They defeated Fin Melville of St. Thomas 2'i-K and Gary Car- penter of Port Colborne 2-1 re spectively. McDonald teamed with Pete First 'Ace' At Perth ' PERTH (Special) Mrs. Doris Perkins scored the first - ace at the Links OTay Golf Club here this season. She scored '' the hole - In . one on the par three third hole. Mrs. Perklni Iwas playing in a match with Mrs. M. SiddaD at the time. j Vote Blaik, jiotA tjoHall of 'Fame NEW YORK (UPI) Membership in the National Football Foundation's Hall of Fame swelled to 223 today with the addition of ex-Army coach Earl (Red) Blalk and nine former college players. .Kyle Rote, who developed Into an outstanding end with the New , York Giants after starring as sr halfback at Southern Methodist. and Charles (Chuck) Carroll former University of Washington halfback, were among seven players from the modern ere named to the Hall of Fame. . Journal Want quick results. Ads bring TKUMOMnatt km 49c "Stores for Men" in ; . WelUngtoa at Holland Rideau at Sussex See Your PAL First SUPPLIES HARNESS P!f RACm Quebec Turner of Toronto in the morn ing round to defeat McLean and LeCavalier 2ft-K. The other Ontario win in the foursomes competition was registered by Culkeen' and Laiter who defeated Murray and Hughes 3-0 In the 14-year-old division. . In the 13-year-old class. Smith and Tracer defeated Melville and Thomas Chapdelaine and Moreland defeated Carpenter and Mason 2-1 In the 18-year-old class. Doucette and Jim McLean of Montreal posted the other Quebec victory, defeating Paton and Gross 3-0 In the 17-year- old section..; Junior 'C-Grid News The four-team Ottawa Jun lor "C Football League prepared to start Its third season of operations. For any boys from 13 to 18 years Inclusive interested in trying out for -any of the clubs they may do so by phoning: R. Larabie, coach Overbrook Eagles, 746- 8086; B. Charbonneau, coach Lowertown Colts, 749-1420; J. Parks, coach Dempsey Mustangs, 233-2403; . C Cameron, coach Strathcona Lions. 235- 3489.- , s.' - .-:,) Richelieu Results Viral Mil. Pac: Tu Paraa. (Caldwalll. IM, t.40. SJ0; Nobl-man iLrinirMW), S 4, 4J4: Cindy Sky IHimtal. S.10. Tim: a.os - Th Mincn. Mandy'a Olrl. Poplar Park. Alloa Uad, auramar Ed. alao atartad Sacond atil. " hn: Tnundar. bird Qu)F IHooawrl. IB 00. S OS, 1 TO; Imparl! Tim (.Joooinl. I N. a SO; AdMa Bay HOBlllard). l Tim IM S-S Malody Adam. vn Scott. Stewart, SUr. G rattan. Cindy Dal, a too atartad. pailr mum tlH.ll. Third MIX. Pm: Chief Boral (lactone), 4.40. I S.10: Uicky Majorat (IMajardln); ISO, 4.10; S OS. PtaV Huam fouka'of Wal- Unaton. ScatUah aUL Irian Bud, a Lao aiarvaa. fourth Mil. Trot: Mr. Day Kay caidwii. P JO. a so, sao; Cool Chick (Wattara). 17. SS0; Titan Calophon iWhltal. SS0. Tum: l ot S-S. tiwa raU. aWa- aakem. Hock, rrivotoua Id. tartad. Sunact Loo waa ortiltaiad. OnlnaUa: 44 tn. riiln Mil. Pace: laoil fBaI liaral. S.10. S SO. I M; Daanon Kals- M (Marunaau). so. 10: Man tor acotca iwaniaai. so. -nm: s vr utti lum cna Brook. Da Da Adloa. Yanka Doodi mor. tum rial atartad. ixilv Mil. Pan; Bucky Notili Bnrdarl. IT.4. JO. sao: rilcka' Knalen iBourfaoa). 4 T. I 0; Oal-laat Adtoa Ho6otm. S s. Tima S OS. Oalant On, Candy lain. Patch On. Trua Wantawtn Wick ab atartad. aWamth Mil. Paoai Mmy jonnaaon c (Lncnane), i n, 1 oo S40-. rranediaa (Biilaraaair., S SO; Iran koyaia (Oanal. S.M. Tim: I OO s-S. TU nock at , Gunner Axworthy. Mte Scott. Calumat Caah. LualU Soatt alao atartad. OnlnaUai tUM. Xiahth Mil. Pac: Porter Hi aim Colli, S.O0. S.SO. lO: Dlract Bud 40illlal. 11 14, 4 JO: Dal' Boy iriuoaL 4 44. Tlma: s o 4-4. Dlract, C. t. McKly. Mrrartrk a rattan. Dlract KoMa alao atartad Ninta Mil, Pac: Boy Abb icoti, a ao. I W3. s jtr ratca cr IDoatl), 4 JO. S30: Uncla Dark. iRNiun). 10. Thm: 1 04 Pa nay liraar, f. W. Adioa. FToaty Cnarn, couacwr a la atartad. Tanth Mil. Pac: Wleamlcs Way ITurcotta), to 0. S 70. s 0 Bankroll (Caldwall). 140. 10 Mil iLatoumaaal. .4 0. Tim SOT 1-4. Lincoln Van. Allan Craad. Danny Tn Kantueky CotooaL Tn Mlra alao atartad. Cxactai SU.44. All-Star Ball , Game Thursday Softball fans win get chance to watch the top area Softball stars in action Thursday night at the Hydro Field when an all-star club from the Senior Sportsmen's Softball League will take on the best of the Hull Commercial League. Game time is set for 8.30 p.m. OUT OF TRAVEKS SARATOGA SPRINGS, NY tcn, Northern Dancer definitely will not start In the T ravers Stakes here Aug. 22, the trainer of the leading Canadian race horse said Tuesday. Planning to tiki your wife on a trip around tho world? Start tonight by dining olo gantry n d a r tho star at Rldaau Carlo-ton's comfortablo dining room. ' l TESTING LAMP POST MAST Michael Ellison has his tlala. a 38-foot craft, rigged like a Chinese junk after mounting a New . port, RI, street lamp post as foremast, right Ellison broke mast in mid-ocean during a 44day solo crossing from England. Unable to afford a new wooden mast. '. he salvaged aq aluminum street lamp knocked Mown by motorist. - :r'" . - (AP-JournaJ Wlraimoto) ' Greenwood Results TOU ON TO Stl Baaurta at rtrat aioo. thro yaar aida and op, Trot, vn furlons:.xKawar- tha orattaa 4K. Tnomaaon). 10 70. 4M, tJO-. aTootata DoU (A- wautarl. a ao,; Tony worthy (J. MlUmam. M. Tun: IM S-9. zMIUi..PtntrM Dala, Tick Tock. xMr. C. La. xTaUpa alao atartad. and 4400. thra nmt lda and up, Pac. nitla: Maadow Mark lO. Hawkal. IT 30. 4 70, 140; Jaao Third (J. Oaiaal Jr.l. 1.70, 10; Belmont Clara 4H Varaoal. S ao. Tun: 1.17 S-S. Jimmy Son C aiw laaaaii, aic ana aoaav jujom-ino Pick. aPrinca Mark ala atartad. fatty vaajaatl siaj Ja. , Third 4700. ttuaa tnaar nlda ana up. Trot, mil: Cay BUI W. Wall-wood i. 14 40. Sao. M; Bmla HanovOT (W. PauUmar), 9 40, 4.00: Loftu Law W. Hamyl, 4 JO. Tim: S IT 4-4. Brown ' Wokt, C harry rraa. Bynaii Oaan, Wondr Bud. Ajaariean Pilot la atartad. touria aw. inn an lour yaar aaaa. fac. am: " kuu. tA. aacyi, laau. a JO, u; dnia treat a. CarmlcOaal). Ha, dnuMui Suliaa Jtana U. aUyaai. 4JW, lav. anna: aid 4-S. Uncia atua. aujalar atuuv ui v. Crattaa. atoanaatawd Iriaa raraai: Arsy! 4auy aiao atartad. too taaaa aaak) rilu auuo. uuw Mar olda and up. trot, muai Van's Frtd c. iat. auduli, u.iu, e.40. a.40; Utctator anca tJ. Jaclntyral. 11.00. aaaacdua'4 I aaii tA..Waikarl, 4.40 tun: xcaputui audacu. wa uajucm, xuaraay Bm a, x'truai AcoeuM uuaaa. auun-teoa. thra yaaf alda and a.4U. a.i. a.40: ataraa aoia f. r. aauMri. aXi, I MO; auaa raica (a. waaaari, a.lo. luna: 4.1 . dln tin ma. ache o, Vauay. ar w. a atartad. wwaalaki su.ll. anrai yaar aula ana up, aoa, mil: aatimu cam ' , ijw, a. air, aai- mmm I, aartnuri, a.ltf, 4 ta. auraaaaai, 4au. tuna: a.l 1-a. lMa aat, Jaaper'. taow. "aa , MAJt, w, vtaiiiaa a aianad. Sarnik: saw. laraa yaar up, raea, aaua: aa aU C 4. ttar-aoi. ay.W, ta, aov, atujnty btaut U- aacMuiii. 4.1, 140. May " " ' amwanh a.l. liana: 1 1 a-a. Xmy utuard, Ur. Ma. ,Hi, cticory. Andy Blua. Vw! suua a awy alao atartad. , ' . ., Ninth aauu. uira yaar olda and up. Pac. mu: Tnunocr Ban iat.! laauaraaUl), M, jo. 1 lOi Q. t. aacurasar w. Maoklrki, It Jo. a: Caralwya Oraitaa t. MadtUi, Sao. Tun: 1 14 t-i Nob la Araot. LicM aUtyUia. aCaauua Atoaa. IM a Lady, kaalla jr. aiaa atarwd. - aairak atrkJa. ' Attawdaae 4.1; mutuant 4414.H1. ' r PosirvNt; i-KiHT SAN FRANCISCO A Mauuimaker Art' Benjamin Tuesday announced postponement of toe 10-round non-title fight between light heavyweight cnampion Willie Paa-trano and Booo Olson scheduled for Aug. 28. Benjamin said Pastrano is undergoing surgery at Miami Beach. . NATIONAL PARKS WASHINGTON There are 171 U.S. national parks containing a combined area of 21 mil lion acres. FREE PARKING AIR CONDITIONED DINING AND BETTING AREAS FRENCH BUFFET FREE BUS SERVICE leaeMf rVwaf a liWaat sriaaa taapjiai Caalra a lank SL I Atls VMs sank It Htraa lank It 8 Mart Ctak Raal QUINELLA AND EXACTA 10 RACES NIGHTLY IwtfM Sundn) RIDEAUcARLETON RACEWAY ! 'free parwiiX 1 I NIOHT HARNtSS naCINQ fl ALBION BO. AT BANK ST. POST TIME RETAINED BY SEALS m 1 a Tar I Kl titA 1.'.. I SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) I Nick Mickoakl, who guided the San Francisco Seals . to the Western Hockey League cham pionship last year,- signed contract to coach the ' club again for the 1964-63 season. USED I 1&Ml'-irPfmP r 1 IP Vl3a H f t -I . M I 1 vhXS- -N-- .1 y ' I Wa need good lato-model can and offer tha most liberal usad car deals in Ottawa. Try0(and Majors Vote Series Money Tor 5th Clubs Is CHICAGO 0JP1) Major esgua baseball' executives voted Tuesday to give players on fifth place National and American League teams a slice of the World Series melon. ' At - their annual' joint Summer meeting, the execu tives decided to cut two per cent off the top of the player pool and divide it equally among the fifth place finishers. Commissioner Ford Frlck estimated, that the new arrangement, which goes into effect with this1 year's series. will give each player on a fifth place club approximately $300, 1 . . . i Little League ; : OVXaBBOOK avara t4T 4 14 11 I BJiiara ear e is is a Tarry Tap and Brian Brumka; Wad Clair and Chrla MoOaa. HB: Pavora Brumka.' Baat-of-thra aarlaa Uad at ' 4KWISB S1NIOB Pan nock, a: Dammloa. S. Wm-ains battary: Am la Lutaarmaa and io BoMaoa. Laalne baltary: Lou umIm... mmjt . inb Slav. MB: Pannock Amla Lutaarmaa. Pan-nock win baat-of-av anal aaria 1-4 In samaa. .' . . XLMVALX ACBKS ''" Badtest IIS 000 I I t Vankaaa ... .. TS 000 U IS S Baa Laa-ault and Ptar Bowl. Dou MaoDonaM and Bay Martin- UL aa DOUg aaacuooaua. - WHALE MEAT ; ;. SYDNEY One targe whale can provide as much edible meat as IM steers. Japanese consume it m quantities. ing the est for Cyr. Vic Lecompte; recreation, George Champagne. Phil Lecompte; publicity, Claude Richard, assistant director. TO COACH SWEDES RED DEER. Alta. (CP) - Gary Hughes, Jl, of Red Deer, said Tuesday be had signed a two-year contract to coach GIs- lovad, a Swedish hockey team. Hughes coached the Polish national team In INI and 1961. , FARM WOODLAND! -WASHINGTON The farm, woodlands in the U.S. have aa area equal to those of Norway, Sweden and Finland combined. - RAIL CENTRE CHICAGO This city. world's largest railroad centre, has about T.SOe miles of trackage. There are Ms freight yards with a total capacity of JSt.OOO cars. OPEN EVENINGS MONDAY TO FRIDAY TILL 9 P.M. HODGIIIS LUMBER HIGHWAY IS BELL'S. CORNERS 828-5161 :, L.H. lllunkie ...mensstioes m ridat hi m. r.vli3i3 l!i3 - ., a i.nrr. CARS 424 too for yourtalf. Children's .Fishing Contest Sunday The 500 Rod and Gun Club sponsoring a children's fish' tournament this Sunday at Petry , Island, situated - nine Miles outside if Eastview. Prixas will be awarded for largest catch as well as the fisherman birnging In the high number of Ash. In addition foot races, -swimming events snd other contests are planned the children. , I Memberships will be sold Sunday at the Island and at the 1 Motel de Ville in Eastview : where the anglers will leave, from for Petry Island at 10 ajn. Seven new directors have been named to the club, Tbey are: Hunting. Henri Villeneuve, Marc Bolduc fishing, Marcel CLEARANCE SALE MEN'S SHOES $12.95 H4.9S SAVE TO $10 A PAIR L I. WTIUE 4 SOI .j a,aaaaaa.iaaa..ia . B olidico is greatest! ,ii ,n, ,Hn 1- ' - -.t ..Wiaa.lataiMW. am P0.1TIACS BUICKS ACADIAIIS VAUXilALLS g:.:c trucks NOTE Another S months and some-of us will be thinking about the IS6S cars, but right now the smart people are still thinking 1964. Why? Because right bow at Turpln's, 424 Richmond Road, you can get a real deal that you will remember for the rest of your life as the best ever. Turpin has a good stock of 1964 Pootiaca. Buicks, Acadian. Vauxhalls and GMC Trucks which they are really anxious to sell. Naturally they are not going to give them away below coat, but believe me. you will be amazed at the fabulous deal you will get right bow at Turpin Pontiac-Buick Ltd. m jpabd h Iaxi J ' , "." .-: ; . - . . . ... I a- .-' :. , ..... . B , .' : . I - 1 j j ) 1 ' mum mvm jj Qffi'' pon,iK iukk 1,1 IhIl j ISmtlae-aWk. Acadian. VauAan. GMC Tracks RICHMOND OTTAWA 728-1717 TCMGHTI ' j In jut. la 1 r

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