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bn a i trim sowati mi mam eotr .Toaraamentt .To. on S ; f22-742l SAYE-SAVE-SAVE LUMBER FtwcoH Hwy. at Cleai-vlew . tus-isos "Stores -for Men Wellington at Hoflaad Rldeaa at Baatea . 4 WILDING MATERIAL "; ONTXXS TO SIVE YOU 1 Ivtown Lumbar 1484824., ' - ' , ' GalirMto lumber -att-ggu - ; pineuvill lumber J ' ' , 427-C84 ' I if . .4 f . ,; L lonhommt 1 19t Ltd.; ,i ' Maalwaki 131 ', ; " Moat Laurier 818 lenhomme MatarUlg ltd. :. t ni-42si , . Norman Leads PGA With 65 Four Players Tied at 66 " - By WJL Wbeatley HALIFAX CP) Chasing a chubby will -oU the - wisp became the order ot the day for a hotly-presingontin- gent m today's second round of the M-hole Canadian " tional Oolters Asaociatli champtonaMa, . , 1 The elusive phantom was Moe Norman of .Toronto, who Started Thursday' first round by tearing the Aahburn Club's course to shreds and then Just as swiftly sewing it together again in a weird display in the bom stretch. THREE UNDER ;; Moe nevertheless wound up with a 63, three under par. to atay In front of four pressure-minded golfers who shot 66s. Four other were bunched at 67. . The unpredlcUble Norman' game fell into a two-part analysis-superb . and awful : , . . He all but dried out a rain- and fog-dampened front nine with a blistering 28, six. under par. Then, in a complete reversal of form, he took four strokes In penalties In limping back in 37. Only a stroke back at 68 to start today's second round were veteran Stan Leonard of Vancouver. Alvie Thompson " of Toronto, Dick Munn of Victoria and George Kaudson of Toronto. V - ' ' At 67 were four golfer hitherto rated only a wild outside chance of taking the $2,000 top ' prize money ia the 310.000 tournament, The four are veteran Damien Gautl.ler of Montreal, Bill Kozak of Niagara Falls, OnL, Jack Biaeegger of Val Morin. Que, aad Jim Walker ' of Monctoo. w ' ; KOLAR SHOOTS 74 , Sun Home, of. Montreal, and Frank Mann, of Toronto, both (hot 73s.. Stan Kolar, of Ottawa's Chaudier Club, shot a 74 and Ken Clark, from th Ottawa Hunt Club, was 77 Alasulr Karr,- el Ottawa Uplands was 78, and Joe Nolan of Am prior was 81. Marcel Desjardina, pro at the Royal Ottawa, was scratched. Mo' first nine was glittering affair of four birdie and an eagle,' emphasized by, his fin putting. . He was stilt six under par through th 14th and then disaster. He took a two-stroke 'penalty : the par-four 13th, where bie approach went over thai green into water and bosh, and he fired BALL or ROLLER BEARINGS . avaiiahi as onawa at ' '; CAPITAl IEARIN6 t TOOL SAUS LTD. . ' " c 711 Somerset 84. W. 23M748 his second again. He wound-up with a six. He parred the 16th and got down a 40-foot birdie putt at the 17th. , ; a Th par-four 280-yard, home bole vu again his undoing. He drove boldly for ' th green but- hooked his drive .Into , woods. ' Playing off the tee again, with a two- stroke penalty, he tried as a cr .2 A3 ; hard again and was short of th elevated green. r " - H flubbed his next shot, 'then chipped up end sank a (ix-footer for a ix. f- ., Leonard put together -a pair of 33 for hi 66 despite weak wedge shout from near the green. Sun Immediately hustled off for a practice ; session. i K .i HE WAY ' Mo Norman of Toronto, chips the ball onto the . green at Halifax's Ashbum course during the first round of the CPGA! ehsmplonshlp. Norman waa on his way to a great opening 18, finishing with a three- under-par 63 to lead the parade by stroke. TP icon II ill il il New : Bicycles 29 rawot-i v . . r t ," " 1C.C.M. ond Raleigh 37 V rMot s-srtio ' -,,'- - Bicycles ; v ; , ; 49 " 4 snroNn msntt . . Bicycles V 15?? tn-Wf Tik, f nHi. aN AHawaare la Tawa -1 era ssnvica all states or ' t" DYLES & CO. '"'i -. PBM tUBBIM), -"-: ' - 305-307 BANK STREET"." i 235-9611 Biwva Maolraa aa SaaurMt 'i OPEN FRIDAY TILL tM. " i T V 9 t m mm mm ' is m n It M The 'plan calls for only ona game to be pleyed in the major that I night and it would be nationally televised. CBS ha been working on a plan of iu own in which It 'would form an Independent network to televise the game of the week on both Saturday and Sunday. In It all-out campaign to - out-bid the National Broadcasting Company and the American Broadcasting System. CBS shelled out 128.2-mllllon last Winter for the right to. televise National ' Football League game this year and next . year, then ' paid another tl B-mllllon for Sales v Involving Yankees 3: ' NEW YORK HP) Here's ' a thumbnail account of the ownership transsctions involving New York Yankees: 1903 The B a 1 1 1 m o r e American League franchise ' waa purchased bv Frank Far-roll and Bill Devery and transferred to - Ne York. . Purchase price $18,000. 1013 Club "purchased from Farrell and Devery by Col. Jacob Ruppert and Col. Tllllnghaat LHommedieu Huston, purchase pirce $460,-000. ' 1822 Ruppert bought out Huston V Interest in the club. Purchase price 11.300,000. - 1939 Rupert died, ownership transferred to his heirs. 1945 Heir sold th club " to syndicate composed of Dan Topping. Del Webb and Larry MacPhail. Purchase price $2,800,00. - - 1847 MacPhail resigned aa president of th Yankee. .1033 Yankee Stadium and grounds sold tcvEarl and Arnold Johnson . of Kansas City. c -1935 Johnsons 'sold' stadium to John William Cox, Chicago banker. . Purchase price of S6.S00.000 Included the stsdium of Karisas City .JKIuee. . Yankee Stadium grounds sold to Knlehts. of Columbus for $2,500,000. . V' V , !' 14 THE OTTAWA JOURNAL FRIDAY, AUGUST 14, 1984 CRONKITE TO REPLACE BERRA? WINS INVITATION i cUm Thureday night to beet WESTBURY. NY (UP!) -Ll, oih.r older horse in the V .inivnv i num niw nr ins na. ' i..w,n. k,.....njj I12.S00 Invitstional feature at or $10,000,000 trotters, stepped out of his 1 Roosevelt Raceway. ., . , DEPENDABLY ESTABLISHED 59 YEARS NBC and lBC CBB BuyiYimks Gets JumP on By MILTON R1CHMAN ' NEW YORK (UPO The Columbia Broadcasting Sya-tem ended tha question of whether baseball is a business or a aport today by purchasing the New York Yankeea for an estimated tlO-million. Tha deal, which waa two yean In the. making, immedt- ' ately waa aaaalled by two American League owners who . openly wondered at the moti-; vating resiorur behind II "'. FOOT IN THE DOOR ! " i While neither CBS nor. j, Yankee official war com-.. i menting on. the 'transaction -yt because of certain lnjsll- " ta atill to be ironed out. It : waa learned reliably that tha - purchase waa made primarily TECUMSEH GOLF CURUXG CLU3 GATINEAU, QUEBEC it win iow orai . , ' Blrur Green fee players accepted during week days until 4 p.mj and after 3.30, Saturday, Sundays and illdays..--r-; y- . $2.00 WOT DATS 01 UIUWATJ. V welcome oa Thursdays. . Half aeasoV l embarahlpa ' avaOaUe. . 9 TELEPHONE MS-SOS1 FOR RATES. AVAILABLE AT CHARLES KG8RE JIM Cariiag Ave. TA-3?1 . OUlrJCAILLCCT vacnunm HARDWARE COMPANY! C10SOMCX04T . BISKS 10C3ST a l UAHts Mim ' j' FRIDAY NIGHTS TIL t - -1 "T atare r rmnll Srlr- 122 Mm SL 231-5601 ! FREE PARKING . " .' tr. Iiww aa Mlraatas ' WHEN YOU NEED A MUFFLER- to give CBS a foot In the door for the television rights to baseball's projected new game-of-the-week on Monnay nights. . ..- Aa one baseball man pu: . . ' . , v-rr, "It wouldn't surprise ma In the least to ace tha National Broadcasting '- Com-pany go out now and buy ' ball club of its own." rv Under terms of the aaie, CBS purchased BO par cent of the Yankeea while the former owners; Dan Topping and Del Webb, retained 20 per cent. CBS also has ,n option to buy the remaining 20 per cent within the next Aye year. , ' SALE OPPOSED ; . American League President Joe Cronin aaid In Boston the sale haa been approved by three-quarters of the 10 league club owners. The two who attacked tha deal openly were Arthur Allyn of the Chicago White Sox and Charles O. Finley - of the Kansas City Athletics. Allyn was upaet by "the high-handed manner in whjch it was conducted." "It's hell of a way to run a league." said tha White Sox president. "1 don't like to be called at 11.45 about something and be asked to approve it in three hours." Allyn voted1 against the sale; Finley- said he never had chance to do to. but made it clear he would .have. ' Finley aaid this was "Just . another perfect example of the shenanigans of the American' League president, Joe Cronin. and the New York Yankees ... I -canVunder-atand the stup'idity of some , of the other owners in voting for this. It isn't right." Topping and Webb apparently thought It waa, for tha sale enables them to more than double their original investment; t : j The two of them, along with Larry MacPhau, bought the Yankeea in IMS for S2.S million, and two years Utter Topping and Webb bought out : MacPhail's one-third . ahart for $2-million. , ? Since then, the Yankees have won 14 pennants and 10 world championships but ' even so, they've been baving their troubles the past two seasons. -ft. . 4 Overall, they showed a profit of leaa than $300,000 laat year when their attendance skidded to 1.308.920, the Yankees' 'lowest 'sine the Second World War. To make matter worse. New : York fanf seemed to show'; . a -preference for the Mets, , who drew 1,080.104 Ust sea-i son in the smaller and more-antiquated Polo Grounds. . i OUTDRAWINO YANKS This year, the Mets are even outdrawlng the Yankeea at spanking new Shea Stadium right serosa' from the world's fair. . Quietly and without fan- '. fare, the Yankee have been DESPITE PENALTY STROKES ; trying to cut expenses and although they don't publicize the fact, they stand to lose money this year. Until recently. Topping and; Webb operated the Yankees aa a partnership and incorporated only for the purpose of the sale to CBS. They . thought of going public and putting Yankee stock on the " market for a time, then decided against it. Topping and Webb will split the flO-million right down the middle, 30-50. For the purchase price, CBS . not only obtains the . franchise, but also the Yankee players' contracts; the lease on Yankee Stadium; "the concession contracts', the Yankees' minor lesgue holdings and the existing radio and television contracts. That's a' pretty substantial promotion package right there, but CBS also has a , much bigger stske. At the moment, CBS and NBC both televise a' game-of-the-week. Only 10 club . . are involved, with each network having ttve. CBS pays-the Yankeea 1600.000 to televise 26 of their games but pays each of the other club only $10,000 per game. ONE MONDAY GAME -' Under a new proposal there would be an additional game-of'the-day, or rather, gam of the night, and it would be awarded to on network every Monday night the NFL championship game. NBC televises the World Series, placing It In the awkward ' position of j possibly having to boost Its biggest competitor In the event the Yankeea win the American League pennant in the future. But that' th way th ball ' bounce. : . CBS was even "scooped" on Its own sale last night. , At 6.11 p.m. (On), CBS said it had been "reported'' that th Yankee had been purchased by them. , , -. Right at that - moment. ' rival NBC waa announcing flatly that the sale had been 1 consummated. . If you think the network a were confused, you should have seen the Yankees, who learned about the sale only . after coming Into the clubhouse following their 3-2 victory over the White Sox. ' "Do you think Walter : Cronkite win replace Yogi , Bern?" quipped one of the Yankee players. !(v "The sale: is okay with me," said another, "just so long aa they giv me my own TV how." As clubhouse , attendants were packing the Yankee' bags for a tnp to Baltimore, one veteran called out; - "Get a move on, you guys. You can all be replaced by Ugehamds." Here's iow to hoist spinnaltgr 1 ox. fresh orange juice ' t ox. fresh lime Juice ' i In. 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