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August 17, 1964

The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 16

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16 LADY ALEXANDER TROPHY UK Soccer LONDON (Reuters) Results of British soccer matches .'today: FA Charity Shield ; Liverpool I West Ham 2 ' ..-.-, - Scottish Leagea Cap Albion (Clyde I Ayr U 2 Dumbarton L . . Berwick I Morton t r . . Brechin 1 Alloa I ' ; ' Celtic 4 Kilmarnock 1 ' . Dundee 4 Falkirk 1 '. .' . Dunfermline 3 Thd" Lanark 1 . East Fife 4 Montrose 2 ; E Stirling 2 Hamilton 4 ' ' HrbanXan S Airdrieonians MotherweU Dundee U 1 Partick 2 Hearts 1 Queen of S 1 Raith 1 Queen's Pk 1 Arbroath 1 i -St. Johnstone 1 Rangers I . St Mirren 3 Aberdeen 1 'V Stenhousemulr 3 Stranraer 3 Stirling 1 Forfar 2 Scettkh Reserve Laagae Cap Aberdeen Res 1 St Mirren res I Airdrieonians Res 1 .Hibernian Res V Dundee U Res 1 Falkirk Res 3 Dundee Res Hearts Res 2 Partick Res 3 v Kilmarnock Res 3 Celtic Res t Ranters Res I St Johnstone Res I Thd Lanark Res 1 Dundermline Res 3 Res MotherweB ! AT CENTRAL ' .Guy Moon, Mrs. A. Lewis and Miss Marc Scott took first prize In tha Saturday night competition at the Central Club. Second prizes went to M. Slater, L, Doollttle and Miss An WhHIans. . We Ccna b Yea i : . . If yon are unable to . i 2p BANK ST. t tetephoiM call to ' 233-3294. . ' ;witl bring an experienced ; measurer and complete set of sample doths to . your home. - T. L mzzzt 4. SONS LTD. Cutttm Tmiltn ZuVi Your ICW PAL Va First cu:ix:::s sufrUES ' . ' Ms' L 1 FIFTH ALEXANDER VICTORY press) on the OLBC was play- .' xukui 7- W ing host to;a,earlert'eoa.vj V ventloa , i .IHarry Johnson. ' t'lT 1 V : ? Bert Liberty, Howard Grille, timdiW km a i. - Mutate. uave MacMii. sr. n. . s. . " 7 -r; Cheney and Ernie Cea . 'r-S"1??-, 5' were some or tne, ramuiar vtruiw-Mrt. Rrt siwrt. faces ; The OLBC will play hosU to Cornwall lawn bowlers Sunday, Sept 13. . . . This Is a return visit," . . . Mrs. Amy Stewart of Highland Park, a member of the ladies? executive, pre- sen ted the trophy, to the winning skips at a tea which ,' Strm. flua- XXmslM. Mnx, Jin JohnaSM. Sim.sisrk Mranie. kta ti - sh by anAs: ' ' Clmdala . -. SIO l M til ' eio in lie ae Viuk '..A. f mi eoo est eoe-. .. Un see sol s 1 Total Kr una tha board-) Klmdala - sal M m , .;.."' aie las ie sr . Vmlua lot oil ass eat it i ' w :r aim af Maaf.e w - a is losei; -'J - , WIN COLE CUP . The Brockville Gentry of Chris Dobbs (accepting tha trophy) and Dick Greer (left) won tha Cole Cup com- " petition at Highland Park Saturday. Highland Park , president Fred Robinson presented the trophy. t " . IJom I WibU by Domliaaw WWW LISTEN TO THE . FRAHirCLAIR SII017 T0Wia::T at 7.15 A ' mb. aru. -CMMAM . . apartafaaur . : . For Your. Pleasure tt MB. rBANK CUII ... . OUai Caack Throughout the .Football Seajon. Listen to the Frank Clair Show - Featuring .Ottawa Rough Rider Head Coach , Frank Clair -. ; --, . ' PTOKramme brought , to joa by , Slmpsorrs- Seara. : .. Football tickets ea sale at Simawma-Seara Castomer Service Dept Seeone; Floor ' . i Si- THE OTTAWA JOURNAL MONDAY. AUGUST 17, 1064 X Experienced Elmdale Rinks Defeat By MARCEL SCHNOBB of The Journal Elmdale ' women lawn bowlers, with five former Ontario provincial champions in the lineup, had too many shot for Verdun rinks Sat-urday afternoon and captured Ha fifth Lady Alexander Trophy. ' Playing on the lush greens of the Ottawa Lawn Bowling Club under cloudy skies, Elmdale Lawn Bowling Club won one-match - and tied another to defeat the Mont real district representatives, 37-23, across the board. . ' t. Mrs. Fred Stoate provided Elmdale! margin with a 20-8 . victory Over Mrs. Jack Ren- , nie while Mrs. George Peo- nock held Mrs. Robert Thorn t to a 17-17 deadlock. ' i Mrs. Stoats- and two of bar rink, Mrs. Charles Taylor and Mrs. R. P. Moodie. were- ft Ontario triples jtitlehoider m 1982. Mrs, Pannock and her sister. Miss Isabel McGif- ' fin, won the Ontario doubles ' in 1934. ,;.; is .tf . " t- Mrs. Stoat trailed . 2-1 after, three ends but gained control of the match by wiiw sing four- consecutive ends' i to go out iq front 10-2. She J applied ' the clincher by counting on five straight, ends, from the 16th to the 20th for her easy triumph. i On the adjoining green. Mrs. Pennock jumped Into n 8-0 lead, winning the first tour ends but had to fight ' an the rest of the way to gain a tie. Mrs. Thorn counted on the 21st end to Obtain a draw. . . BEHIND THE JACKS I Other Elmdale wins In this double rink event were In 1947. 1955. 1957 and 1959 Mrs. Harold Ward and Mrs. George Pennock have now been on all five winners . . . Elmdale had a solid eheerlna section headed by Its president, Fred Stoate .... Others seen In the good crowd were Mr. and Mrs. '', Ford Pratt. Charles Tavlor, Dr. G. Pennock. Fred Mar- key. Mr. . and Mr Ouy -Jtamsden, Mrs. Erskine Smith Verdun in Finals v V rgr W r?. : XL. .-. : Ti " 1 i Tinimi mil i it J, . ,v . r ''-'.Two rinks from Ottawa Elmdale Lawn Bowling Club defeated Verdus) Saturday " afternoon on OLBC greens to capture the c oveted double rink trophy for the fifth time, ?" Shoyra" with the trophies, in front, Mrs. .Fred Stoate (left) and Mrs. George Pennock, the skips. In the back, members of the ri nks. Mrs.-R. 8. Moodie, Mrs. Charles Taylor, i Mrs. Harold Ward, Miss Isabel McGtffin, Mrs. JJ( H. Pier and Mrs. Fred Markey, i t'al to name a few . . ; Ed Berry. -, - foaoweof i Mrs. W. B-umpired both matches . J" Robertsons-president of Dis-t Mrs. L Kenny and Mii-J. Lfrjct- M presented the filrut. L. Row came .down from. , . . Mrs. Lud Hawkins, sec-Brockville for the matches. retary of Montreal District. . . . Brockville had won tha ' and Mrs. H. Morgan, presi-Alexander the ', past - four dent .of OLBC, poured. ' years . : .. Retired X Wing; v.ainka Tun mm: Cmdr. Ray Kempstar and imdi r d. h. Dier, his wife took la the .jB&maZS?S. 5! . i . Mrs. Mabel CununlngvA'? " ' -Mrs. Uwn BowUng. was on, . ."JJr' 2!SSL? hand - LOtJldng- swuhi rjiii. Mr, mobit Tfcom.' h knln'imn r tha. lm.t kkip-l-ll - 4 i , Jtwl plwte br ttanMon Wldal Lachine Rinks Top OLBC To Win Birks MONTREAL (Special) Lachine bowlers tuned up for the Canadian championships by defeating three1 Ottawa Lawn Bowling Club ' rinks S-34 across the board to capture tha Birks Trophy . Sunday afternoon, on Verdun greens. E. A. Franklin defeated Reg Cheney 27-14, Matt Craig turned back Pete Wert 18-12. and Tom Hunter gave Lachine a sweep with a 14-1 victory over Ed Barry. The Ottawa rinks were: S. H. Taylor, a R. Holmes, E, D. Berry, skip. J. C .Carman, Dr. W. D. Grant, W. C Wert, skin. . H E. 'MacLean, H. G. SUde, R. Cheney, skip. Over the Net Blaise Lapenser of the Plan-tagent Tennis Cliib won the pTescott-Russell Tennis Federation -women's title when she defeated Pierette Lortie of Bourget 6-2, 6-3. She received the Bertram! Trophy. In tha Orevious round Miu Lapensee beat Theresa St Louis of Rockland 6-1, 6-1 and Mrs. Lortie edged Colette Carrier of Hammond . 6-2, 4-6, 7-5. Happy Day! -NorMore Gray! Our Experts Will Put - Summer : in your Hair With CliAIROU LOVING CARET . 'i ' v - ' i ' .... it.,.-"! ' Who needs wintry gray on a lovely summer's day? Our talented olorist -t will cover that gray with wonderful Loving Care ... to match v your young,: natura) shade. It will last through a month of shampoos ' i " v ' won't rub off, ever. Make t : ; . t, .? today your happy day .. . ' Loving Care Treatment $500 t r7-- - 1 MvA ",. Phone Now for Your Appointment i i '929-2561, Local 31 Sll . ,. .''.'.' 3 . 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