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Monday, August 17, 1964
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-V v- sr f i i i 1 0 3 s t i I 1 i I ' I f j i j i . 1 i t I ' ' ; ' 1 ' t v I ' 1 W. A. RANKIN UMflED A 410 Bank Street ' Phont 236-4571 Beam to witch letacops" en CBUT, Track Star 220-yard dashes.- ; ' H, Joan Fisher, another Uplands team member, was the top fe male performer with a pair of victories. She woo the 220-yard dash in the commendable time of 25 8 seconds and the broad lump. Barbara Dallimore won the 100-yard dash, so the Har riers won three of the four events staged for females. Teems from North Bay. Sud bury, Kingston, Kirkland Lak. Ottawa and Deep River compet ed in the meet. Next big competition for Ottawa athletes Is the National Age Class championships slated for Winnipeg Friday and Saturday, August 28 and 29. Dave Ellit and Judy Dahlgren. of Uplands, have been selected to compete in Winnipeg and four or five other Upland members are expected to make the trip. Open Monday to Friday 8 a.m. to 5 30 p.m. ' , Closed Saturday During August r.m-li:.!i'liTJ:!lX!M:M'.7:1:.f:Wr:ri TURPIN PONTIAC - 424-428 iClCHMOND X', PHONE 728-1717 UIIAWA Fridays al 930 p.a and Tero LEADS PRESCOTT Dou Scores First Tournament Win t PRESCOTT (Special) Doug Yeldon, of the Brockville Golf Club, shot s three-over-par 73 here Saturday to win the annus) Prescott Field Day. It merited Yeldon's first tournament victory. He held a two-stroke margin in the. "A" Class section. Bern l Kirkby, of Prescott end Ron Clark, of Brockville, who won the tournament two years ago, finished in a second piece tie with 73t Defending champion J i m MacKay, of Prescott, wit one of three golfers tied with 76. MacKay was 42 on his first trip on the nine-hole course but registered a one-under 33 on his second tour. Alex McAllister and Ken Robertson, both of Cornwall, also had 78. Vi v t ... 3. .., ,. ( i., . a..mrtaawnftainatai BUICK LTD. ROAD,, ' , One" Sir fJOHTV.ilhursdiya al 9 TOURNEY Les MorelL of Prescott, was first among the "B" dass golfers with a 79 gross. Carl Wil son, alto of Prescott, led in "C" division with s 90. Marcel Gratton. of OtUwa Chaudiere, was low net winner! in Clsss "A"' with a 69. R. Humphrey's 67 net led the "B golfers and R. Paul, was low net winner In Class "C, with a PRE-CAST CONCRETE SEPTIC TANKS i (Concrete Never Rusts) y p t i I p ii 52 THE OiTAWA JOURNAL Monday. AtiousT n. i9M Top Seeded Ousted In Masson Tourney The first four seeds were among the mining when semifinals were retched on the weekend in the Mauon Cup handicap . tournament at the Ottawa Tennie Club. Top-seeded Howard Simpson, who had handicap of minus, one-half 40. lost . 4-1. 6-4 , to Bill O'Byrne in the quarter-' finals. O'Byrne was" pleying at scratch, John revithick. playing at minus one-half 15, overcame second-seeded Maurice Landry. 6-1. M, M to the third round and then beat Carl Smith M. 1-0 to enter the semi-finals. Landry was handicapped at minus one-half 40 and Smith at minus one-half 30. Third-seeded Rick Marshall bowed 6-1. 1214. 6-2 to Rick Schumann In a marathon quarter-final match. Marshall's handicap was minus 30 and Schumann's minus one-half 30. tn the previous round Schumann had won 6-3, ' 6-3 over Don Douglas, last year's winner, who was handicapped at minus SO. , j ' Seventeen -year -old Mike Hun man won 6-4. 6-1 over fourth seeded Jacques Tomaro In the round of eight. Ham-man was playing at minus one-half 30 and Tomaro at minus 30. In the semi-finals, Hamman Golf News ., UPIANDS ' Ball sweepstake winners: . Class "A" Dave Hillman. low gross; Jeff Jeffries, low net Class B Chuck Kemp, low gross: Jim Black, low net; Jack Mavins, second gross; Bill Hur- low, second net. Class "C 5 Stu SUter,' low gross; Les V Ward, low net; Bud Dewolfe, second gross, i t ' ' ' MDEAU GLEN t The Jack Snow mixed four- V ball trophy was won by Lome b McQuald and Claire Splaine with a net 135. Runners-up i were Jack frith and Robins Honeywell with 136. j All second round matches In ' match play competition must ' be completed by next Sunday. j .e . ... v.. CARLTTON , ., Miss Chrlttias McElroy i downed Mrs. Jean Coull and : Mrs. Dorothy Shannon de- 1 rented Mrs. Jessie Lewis in the aenu-nnais o use hhimb uuo chamnionshin. Gerry Mick defeated defend- big champion John Baird and Don -Scott downed Paul Shep-! perd to semi-final of the men's club championship. Match play for (be flnali of the club championship and all other flights, men's and ladies' will be held next Sunday after- noon. ' GATTNEAUCLUB Winntrs of the ladies' four-' ban competition: Miss J. Scott end Miss K. dalrmonte. The Class "C championship won by Miss Barbara Crowe ever Miss Isabel Russti on the t. 19th hole. Mm William Killeen won the ladies dub championship over Mrs. Peter Provost 9 and 4. H. Canahaa and A Wiltsc tied R. Young and . Bowie with net score 64 in the men's best-ben cotnoetKloa. Winner win be decided by a playoff. D. Cain and R Market combia- ed for low gross with a 74. - R. Ness defeated Jack Ferris for the Class "B" dub cham-! plonshlp. C Defalco defeated B. Overton for the class "C dub championship. J. Delaney defeated J. Houiahan end C Delahaya defected S. McGUl tat the semi -final of the dub championship, s T. Burnt wfll play the winner of a Cain and B. McNesty for the flrst Sight dub Cham- BkmshiD, H. Benson defeated C Goldie and T. Monaghsn defeated J. Perris In the second flight dub championship semi-final. Thlirty-eta-hole match play finals to aU these events are slated for Sunday, Aug. 21 SLOWS ; FOR HONEST VALUES . PERSONAL SERVICE V Gt Yoor FLtrrWOQD STEXECL WW AMFM . FREE I mm wai wot aa MB stak la-tm 6 LaYst, Hull ' 771 OXNAL CArtVLM ' 3 meets O'Byrne and Schumann goes sgainst Trevithick. . Other scores: tieewt mint: H Villnx Wethror lacl Smm Uach (-' ao art Km w imi s-e. e-l: Km kUrtia- aw 1. 11) oaf. Brae. Brooks I S-S, S-S: a. O'Bjrnw Srt. Don HunbUn l-'t SOI -. -: U. Hamman art. Clarka Slamon lacl S-S. S-e. e-S: Al Samaoii (-131 dt. Malcolm Wtntar aci e-a: 1- Tocnare drt. Brian D'Arejr (Kl 1-S. 4-e. T-J; a. M.niuu on. m. rc. (pel e-l. S-i: 'run mh- y 1-13) Oaf. oous M.rcnwMUH (Ml a-o. u. dousibb oax. uwi DOMM (-ll k. Smith drt. Jim RdWn (ac) -s. S-I. S-t: Jo. ByriM. t-ltl art. I MacOowan lacl e-a. J Tmtthlck nal Don Rat. (atl t-. t-- Thinl round: B Slmpaon at. T. Uaek -. S-S. e-4: B O'Bjrnw rt. K. MarUadal. t-S. e-S. S-S: at. Hamman art. A- Bamaoa S-S. ; J. Tontara art. Doala DtllaU (-ii s-t. s-e. t-e: a, lumiiu aw. It. Kakaty e-l. e-S: C. trnltk art. J. Byrnaa S-T. e-e. e-4. t Green, Bay Packers Trounce Giants GREEN BAY. Wis. (UP!) - The Green Bsy Packers, with srves taking ' the starring it, ripped through the New York Giants for four fourth quarter scores Saturday night and a 34-11 victory. Frank Mestnik. tuning at fullback in place of the injured Jim Taylor, got the Packers rolling with their first touchdown midway through the third period. '.1 i i I. u . , . '" - , IMMEDIATE DELIVERY CALL ... FRAZER DUNTILE .. CO. LTD. I Mu.rsrtorm mt Vlkrtsw Caacrai Hlocks.- rax rata BHtkt, Craakaa stmt. rMiu ranrrrta Sr.iic Tutu, SUUlaalara lot l-l-L gaoioaavM aat MaM-Mix C ax rata. . . v.. . - . ' v sasaaaaaiaaajaili.i in m i.uii n i iiii ajia),aii a iitaiwi ii;.ijiyia;i,i a . i )i i am r ;i aaiiuaiiiMi. ii w.i viwiLJ)ufiy.iiWo,wi' 2019 CABLING AVE. ,-fmsffrv pm JIM TUBMAN 1wB-vtMssass ., i,i.i.,M , mi i i mi j JltJTllssMIWIIIillflll mmmm""" H'tfl tffll.imilglHlll Ii II in Mm. hi mi . a-r-..a,i.. ... aft.4ty . , . . .,. 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" f " T at . p .''..',. ; w -I S taw Vt" J1 fc' , - ' -1 Peewee Grid Registrations Elmv.le Mustangs, of the Peewee Little Four Football League, are holding regisir lion and s practice tonight at I o'clock at the corners of Smyth Road and Lynda Lane. All boyt between the eget of II end 13 years inclusive, liv ing in the Elmvale Urbahdale area are Invited to attend. Registration tor the Overbrook Big Thret' Football .League along with the Mosquito registration will be held tonight at Rideau High School at l o'clock. All boyt between the ages of eight and 13 years are. Invited to register. , . t PRO GRID RESULTS NFL Dallas 34, San Francisco 23. Minneeou 24. St. Louis 10. Green Bsy 34, New York 10. - Cleveland 56, Los Angeles 31. Chicago 14. Washington 13. . . AFL San Diego 44. Houston 38. . t Uplands Athletes i DEEP RIVER, (Special) - Track and field athletes from OlUwa't -'Uplandr Harriers- Club, had a monopoly on all the top awards in the Knights of Columbus meet held here Satur day. Uplands nembert registered s total of 24 first place finishes in the day-long meet along with nine second place ribbons and tlx thirds. Ken Malr won the trophy as the top competitor among mid get boyt. Mair won three events: the 100-yard dash, 220 and broad lump. Jim MoCut-l cheorii an Uplands teammate of Malr's. recorded twp firsts the shot put and discus. in Dave Ellis wst'a triple win ner in the juvenile boyt division Ellis hit the wire first in the 220. 440 and 880-yard runs. In addition he placed third in the 100-yard dash. Ted Miller won the 100 and also' picked up a first in the thotput. - Pete Werthner continued Upland! annexation of trophies by picking up the award as top competitor in the senior men's section. Werthner won only one rare, the mile, but he was second in lour other events. Werthner le-g istered second place finishes in the 440. 080 and two-mile runs to compile the highest number of points. Barry Faweetti of Uplands, was first In the lod and I fciW -ai ial'lirt,. I miii iantilit.HiaNHiii .. tf.:irmriil:,iai..ii HWWiiia jillrataiiaa. ai a.ila. i.iiti la.Aataa.i a rt.LJ,,....... . a , .M . . . ' . "

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