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August 17, 1964

The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 12

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. White Dress - SHIRTS V SET 3.79 for 11.00 Tip Top TAITOBS M Ssark StlOH (Ml Bisson Cops Golf Honors BUCKINGHAM (SpeciarH-Marcel Bisson, of Buckingham, won the second annual Motion's ' Golf "Tournament here Sunday with a low gross score of 75. Low net in "A" Division went to Claude Bas-tien with a 64V . Roger French : won the honors in the Class B section but he had to defeat Gilles Gotlain In playoff of four extra holes. Both golfers finished 18 holes after 81 strokes. Robert LebUnc took low net with 66. : , Marcel Beaudoin won low gross In Class C with an 86. Jean Seguin'won low net with 60, Mrs. Joan Westphal won ladies' tow gross in Class A with a 48 for nine boles. Mrs. Jean Maason took a low net with a 51. Class B low gross went to Gertrude La-pointe with a 89 while low net winner waa " Hermance Pa-quette with a 60. Jeanne La-point topped the C class entry with a 68. Jean Guy Talbot, of the Montreal Canadiena, presented the prizes.' A . long-geared arts student from Carleton University, 21-year-old Tony Perry, won the annual Invitation golf tournament at the Renfrew Club Saturday. Perry negotiated the difficult acres and testing greens of the demanding Renfrew course in 73 shots, one over par, to put up his first major victory. The 6", 170 pounder fromiJFirst the Chaudiere Club, nailed down the honors with his final stroke. He got home on the par five J8th in two, but was faced witn a oo-iooi aownnui, curling putt He just started the ball, and it curled a slow path, and dropped into the hole for an eagle. t' . The greens at Renfrew tilt and cant and while the pin positions were more than fair, it takes a capable man . with the putter to score. And Perry used only 32 putts to get around. He was 36 out and 37 back and he won by 'a stroke. . v" ' The classy - field of more than 120 were strung out behind and fewer than 10 players j- 12 THE OTTAWA JOURNAL MONDAY, AUGUST 17, t- Dave Campbell, Glen., 37. i First gross, second i nine-Mac Rosa, Ottawa Hunt. 97, First net, first nine, J. En-right. Ren, 13. , STAG IS m STOCKTON, Calif. (AP) es Amos Alonso Stagg, U.S. foot-bsll's living legend. quieUy celebrated his 102nd birthday Sun 18th at Renfrew To Win Invitation First net, second nine, D. day. No special observance was planned for the man who began coaching football In 1KB and didn't end his career until four years ago. ' -:' Panesar, Ren, 34 ft. r Journal Want Ads bring quick results. I F Tony Perry trig I It km mi 1.7.1 T r tr in MlJ fc mi i ii ii rfi mi man im in ..hi I II mi ill I WINNERS AGAIN Toronto Argonaut' heavy eight captured the P. D. Rom Memorial Trophy race for the aecond (traight year Saturday at the Ottawa Rowing Club. The winners are. left to right, itroke Forbes Monoch; seven. Doug Doyle; six, Paul Little; five. Rich Symtyk; four, . Dave Gray; three, Ingo Schulte-Hosledde; two, -Harry Watson; and bow, Guy Sutherland. In front is coxswairt Joe Ftnlay. "... ... (Journal. Photo by Domloioa Wtdo) ) Argos Capture P. D. Ross Race, Toronto Dominates Regatta By GERALD ' REDMOND , of TBS Journal Toronto Argonaut can be excused . for their show of conflknce Saturday at the Ottawa Rowing Club. They were as good as they knew they were and the Toronto crew had no difficulty dominating the annual ORC Invitation Regatta. " Argonauts were on hand to defend the P. D. Ross Memorial' Trophy and. they saved themselves the problems of lugging It down from Toronto and then back again by Just leaving It at home, '. And their big eight made sure there was no embarrass ment at the finish by winning the event easily. . They' won almost every-thing else In sight as well on the seven-race program. In the P. D. Roes Race, the featured event on the program at the Olympic distance of one mile, 950 yards, ' the .veteran ' Toronto crew won In a breeze. Coxswain Joe Finlay had them moving along at 40 strokes to the minute for a good share of the distance GUN SHOW WEDNESDAY AUG. 19th, 8 p.m. KW6OQ0IDQPUT AID HOVE ' IT 1H . uotew izoutioi ; - oxixl . Hira ioao count ofMcircuitou Cturtety CHEER VALLEY LUL'ZER LTD. ' SO Montreal Rd. 74-4U 4 MOOING MATERIAL CENTRES TO SERVE YOU lytown lumber 744-4S2J , l Gttiiww lumber ' t Fiplntmlllt lumber ' . "- 4I7-40M : L tonhommt ft Fill ltd. Manrwaki 1SI ' Moat Laurlar fig lonhomm Materials 111 771-1231 . , ; and they finished well In front of Brockvuie who just managed to edge Chomedy at the wire for aecond place. ONE CHANGE , This Toronto crew had only one change from last ' year when they set a course , record of 6.38. . Greg Sutherland, in the ' bow seat, was the only new- comer. Harry Watson In two, Ingo Seoul te-Hotledde ' In : ' three, Dave Gray in four. Rich Symsyk In five, Paul ' Little in six and Doug Doyle in seven with stroke Forbes Monoch, were in the record-setting crew last year. , ' A foul-up in the timing left the race without an official time but the 'Argo . crew figured they were well v off last year's record time. . They were facing stiff breeze all the way and the . time was probably about 20 seconds off last year's time. Brockville won the 150- ; pound fours to start the pro- , gnun with Argos second and ; that was Brockville's only ". win. V' '' -. . ALL ARGOS V-Ray Guy of Hamilton Leanders took the quarter-mile dash singles with Lief Godforsen of Argos second and Ottawa's Tony Biernacki third. ' . , , . From then on it waa all Argos. They took the quarter-mile eight In front of Chomedy. finished one-two m the open fours and took the light eight Godforsen won the open singles and Argos finished off their day with the victory in the P. D. Ross race. ' . . iBBWIKwHmmiwl)HWWmiiTniKIMHini CG...rLETE VCIIiCAHE CEflTHE 1 htcladinp ' , ELECTRICAL REPAIRS NEPTUNE CAR WASH LTD. '1671 Cariing Are. 726-1711 managed to break 80. . prize- was . a action shotgun. i It was an excellent tournament, as usual. THE PRIZE LIST First grossTony ' Perry, Ch.. 73. Second gross Jo Galon, Ch.. 74. , First net Ike Shebo, Ren., 84-2064. Second net J. St. Michael, Ren, 7tt . . Third gross Glen Seely, Riv 74. Fourth gross Ben Chabot, Riv, 76. Third net Leo Periard. Glen, 70. . Fourth net B. Jennets. Lar, 71. Fifth gross Dr. J. Milliken. King.. 77. The course offered very IIM cher, Riv 78. tie rolL and with the terrain and1 the natural demands of the layout, scores were nign. j; Glen Seely. of Rivermead, and Joe Galon," of Chaudiere were one stroke off the leader With 74s, and Galon won the toss for second prize. - i Benny Chabot of Rivermead was 76 and D'Arcy Boucher was 78. The field started on time under the guiding hand of Pro Bill Blomeley. and the dinner was served and prizes dlt- .tributed with time to spare. 71. pump j Sixth gross-D'Arcy Bou- Fifth net B. Acres, Ren, ! Sixth net A.-McDonald, wn, 71 - . -First ' gross. first nine leads again! MONDAY TO THURSDAY : : H choice of' CHEVROLET PONTIAC Kl 24 HOUR DAT pin Nniies pi wit ' Gas, 00 m tasuranc t Included! Major Credit Cards Honoured RENT-A-CAR SYSTEM OMKATSS BY MINOVS LTD. see the Big Difference in new homes n'h ..- tmniri 11 ! 1 11 1 ...n 111. 11 Vag Hang on to.your heart when you visit Leslie Park, ! because we're out to capture it ... and we've got just the homes to do it. f- ' I ' ". J . , . 4t ' . - .. ' : " " t - - ' ! ' ' . " , . ' Spacious? You beL. Youll see that from the moment you step into the big entry halls. Gracious? Yes indeed . , with new' Panelaire room dividers and solid wood panelling. In '64 more than ever before, Campeau homes are big '. .value homes. Convince yourself. 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