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-lt'-- TUESDAY, AUGUST II, 1M4. THE OTTAWA JOURNAL 15 . '-, .- . , , ' a. . . - .- t - . ,- . . . - ' J SaskatchivMM Cup Play ! Rever Fires 68 To. Lead Field By JOHN SHORT ' SASKATOON O) Keith Rever, of Retina, carried a f rna-ooi puuar .-to iww under-par 68 Monday, to, lead Saskatchewan to four- stroke lead over Ontario in . th llrai" rminH nf iha loss ' WUUnadon Cup golf cbam-, ' pionships. ,v - Rever also Wat low qualifier in the opening round of . the Canadian Amateur, one ; ahot better than - defending umuifrmm .n.n nnmi, v, " Toronto, whose 69 wa topi ' . until Rever back-nine total of 33 v Rever" used only 27 putt '.. over the' windswept, par-70 Saskatoon Riverside course. , ' He displayed remarkable ac- curacy wkh five one-putt greens coming home. Third in the race for 'individual honor was. Bob , Wylie, of Calgary, wkh 70. ' '"He led defending team cham- pion Alberta to third place with a mi civ anru nut rw the lead and two shots behind Ontario. -nvs SECOND ' behind Wylie Ave oJayer who struggled-'to 71 oa (he i 6.S28-yard layout. In the group were Ontario team ' member -Gary Cowan, of, Kitchener and Saskatchewan team member Ed Ross, of Saskatchewan. Cowan, 1962 . champion, fired a fine 34 on ..i ithe back nine. o Also at 71 were Dave . Morland. of North Bay. Ont: Terry Campbell, of Vancou-f.-ver," and. George (Bunky) Henry, of Vaidosta, Ga. t- Henry ranked as the lead-Vtnr American entrant, two 'shots ahead of Wally Good- win. of Sberdan. Wyo. . ' Behind Alberta In the Willingdon Cud race were ' British Columbia with 302. ' Ouebec '-with 304, Nova -' Scotia with SOS. Manitoba u wHh 307 and a combined ..New Brunswick Prince Ed- ward Island team with 311, ; SASKATOON W Stand-Inp after th first round Mon- j , nijiii ' - -petition:' y' . - '; ,: , SASKATCHEWAN (2N) , 4. Keith Rever, Regina, 68. : 5. Ed Ross, Saskatoon, 71. Ernie Greenley. Retina, 77. '. , Jim Sclason. Saskatoon, 77. . ONTARIO (267) ; , Nick Weslock, Toronto, 69. Gary Cowan, Kitchener, 71. Paul Waiiam. Hamilton. 77. : Bruce Brewer, Toronto, 80. :. ALBERTA (M6) , . - Bob Wylie," Calgary 70. ; " John Kilbum. Edmonton, 7Z s Keith Alexander. Calgary, 73. Leaf Brayton, Calgary, 82. ' .mBRTTOH COLUMBIA (M3) v 1 Johnny Johnson, Vancouver, .. . 74. . . U -. - .: -. .. 1 . ., Bob Kidd, Vancouver, 74. ' Bert Ticahorst." Vancouver. '. John RusselU Vancouver, 79. QUEBEC (3t4) . n - Cilde Clement. VaUeyfidd. 11' . i j Bob Stimpson, Otuwa. 74. . Doa Davidson, Hull, 78. ' i Henry Setlakwe, rTbetford I , a A 3 '' S5 umket behind: the lead- The Willingdon Cup com- petition conclude - with- a IS-hoI round today. The low 64 qualifier set out, Wednesday in search for the' match-play championship. Observers predicted core, of 15S to 158 would make the cutoff but all speculated the scores would rise if the wind, which abated lata In the day, returned by "the a.m. starting time. V , - Johnny Johnson, and Boh. Kidd. of Vancouver.' mem-bers of the British Columbia team entry, Joined a mob; at 74. They lined up beside Claude Clement, of Valley field, and Bob Stimpson. of Ottawa, ; members ; of the, Quebec entry; Peter Hope of Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, and Bill PidTaski, of Winni--peg,' anchor man for Manitoba. , Leader of the ,Newi Brunswick -PEI quartet was Doug MacAffee, of 'Char., lottetown. with 7S.. Don Davidson, of Ottawa, also had a 78. A THREAT ' " ' A threat In the 3S-hole Amateur final-Saturday is Doug snverberg. of Calgary,' who earned 72.. He tied Alberta team member John Kilburn, of Edmonton. ..Other Alberta team result, were-Keith Alexander, of Calgary, with a 79 and Len Brayton, of Calgary, with 82. , Aiding Saskatchewan In search for lu first Willlnr don Cup were Ernie Green. Key. of Retina, and Jim Scis-sons. of Saskatchewan, both with 77. v: w-- " Behind Watlock and Cowan" on the Ontario. team, were Bruce Brewer, of Whitevale, Ont. wkh 80 and a 77 by Paul-Williams, of HamBton, Morland,' twice I member of the Ontario Willmadon Cud team, raneed a perfect wedm Into the hole from 110 yards out on the 18th for an esgle two. - .' .... ' m e ' Mines, 78, ' nova scotia am Peter Hope, Dartmouth,' 74. " Jack Bryant. Halifax. 78. " Don Fleet, Digby. 77. r Perry Locke, Dartmouth, 78. MANITOBA (367) . Wr ? . BiU Pidlaskl, Winnipeg. 74. Ted Homenuik, Winnipeg. 77." - k'-'"v BUI Pinninger. Winnipeg, 78. ' Don '.Alexander, Winnipeg, 78. ' ' NEW BRUNSWICK-PEI (111) Doug MacAfee,. Charlotte- town. 78. Arthur MacKenzie, Saint John. 79.. :Wi Gordon Leslie. Saint John, 80. ,.. .'. John Ettabrook, Saint John, 8L v.; it ' TAKES SINGLES TITLE . ST. MORITZ, - Switzerland (UPI) Torbea Ulrich of Den mark yesterday won the Suv- retu men's singles tiUe by defeating Hugh Stewart of Pasadena. Calif, : 8-0, 11-9, while Fnwcoise Durr of Fiance captured the ladies' crown by beating Robin LtiQ of Aus tralia, 6-0, 6-2. it- 1 i ' X "' TIIEY MET TWICE ! . .H.X ' TIIEY MET TWICE , t - - Andre Msrtln of Montrsaj, ana Nancy oreen Torraittr qeft to right), met In th final of both the girhi ig and girl 16 event m th Canadian Cloeed Junior Tennis Championship Sunday. ' Mi Martin . earn out on top in each case. Roth girl turned 16 thiiyear. " ' "-' ' .-. Rideaii Carleton Entries rmiT perw IJHi Joknar OrXMiv I. T MIm, Srott Brook AttornT On. C. 41 Ptpu ru.s c. eet LMl CbM v-, -1 Mms I AMm ... 4 I rtt't iitui OUW IwW ..... I. sacoND rm. imtm OaarkOMMka I uiy' Bcha ..'-- Cntn' Hopeful . T fnxnar- Doaldo 4 WIMwm4 Boy - 4 MMlhw Bar .... IIM: Ull ... Ui m4 Hm Uacl Bm s OUt-. It Jimmy' 14? T I t Tuflr MMWtoa ..Sit KM Cracker .... t , I AllaadaW Vote ... I Dr. Adtaa W. f --4 - Tb,,rklMMPB.r 1 1 VOCBTD . art UStt Print Brr .... I s Kin . 4 S Cotuciua t S Iratta Ba ...w Chaek DUvnr.v 4, MIIU, Sot ...71 VKMrr Dlraet ... -Dr. O..ChkU .. -,-, . nrrsv-rriC km ( ' e .Tin Bo .'.w MU D U U.. ' tnad Manr . . . CMorr Hnor 4 S S , Br Bnovr .J. ' rUow atclik STXTB Tat. 1 s Mna Outna Rich Unr Count Dlraet . .. Bulr HaUMur y I t I 1 N. D. O C. O. H. O O. O. E. S. K. B. . 'K. O. O D. C. 0. A; K. 1. O. X. B. K. , H. J. R. r. r. I a. Harness Race Results Richelieu Results ': ' ! rvet Mil. rn: Drodneuftit U S. . 0 .: Wwitawm wm. li t. (SO-. Besrot. 4.1 Thn. 1 14 a. Tarere. . wir. w" Xalnbew. Warden Scwtt, sweel Harmony. Joa Brook aJto Mara Sieond Mil. Pace: wacky North 4JO, IS, 10. Candy Mounula. 4J0, aao: Hwanry. .. tu. a.i Benin nen, una -Sal. Imporlal Tim saw atari LOolorn Spark waa auauhad. . . Dally DoaaiM JJ. wklMaliU Peeei Peull Mir. 1. . 4J0: Bowror '. a a. TMrfr Airaratt. S.40. Tnn, 1.14 t-S. Hellerhey. wuuaa wy.. Cbrl EntMn. Jon Jo saw atarw. . iMHh af lie. Trot: M. IS. M. a tl auckw. S.S0. 4S0-.. Cheer Victory. .l. Ttm. 1.1 S-. Maiaowr. nan I Son. Tod RlowaU. EmatroUa Boral Rrbei wea at Bjenilal l. . ruth Mile. Pace: llyiaa a an a an sa: KUmath SO. 4SSi Bui lew. SO. Time. 07 a-. Hll Tl. Aoamrai ."- Awa Dtrk). Peier Oun . Irwh Hit. 11.70. ISO". Uli(htt Knifht, MacTarwhl. 7. tJ; w alon .C. Twae. I. CaplUI City. Pranotvlea. Mercury Hanover, MlhMlla. Pace: Nf 1S. ( 4. 4 SO. Mlftvty Rich. 1,00; Duk c weJiManon. no. Tim 1 14 1-1 wm Fevwr. Btoady rieaa. Loeky Seven, Crea-eende, Mia Una aeatl nhw Mart. auwnu HIM. ; ' Rinhth Mile. Pece: Adloa AMm. 7 10. 4.70, SS0-. Michelle C. 1S.S0. a a- nen miw im Time. .ib a-e. Mlojrwa Own. Mai ralry. TIME OUT! Cart yoa aaythtng right, dsarr If WHITE wiae that goa wrth fUhT - " Mountain Way. InaUact YaMa. Fay ' u. .k ,,UII. Wmi' -ell.i Iw . 11 SO. (.10. 40; P. W. Adrtoa. M 00. 1.00: rroaty Charry. 40. Tim, l a 44. starbouo. Unci Duck. Fancy Brownr. Blr Wlnaioa Fick alee larw. 10th Mil. Pace: Meadow Dele. 40. S O. I T". Mr. Cxlcket. 17. ana, tauten I nine ev. lun. . 1 - l-S. Hlllto Sue. Ineltatue. Sena lor Pel. Direct J aim nr. ahotla aoa , avasaMnfis, -t ., ,t- Greenwood Fiiai.. Ml In Trot! Raacal ay. 1 1 aa as. 10: aaortna Lee 0.40. I ao; Cartjrl Allen. 10 Than, l it u Hranan vole, i noniea jn.. Tank Tlun. Buckare. Windy C I. laa atarte. ieooad Mile. r'l Mania. 7. 10. SB: Look. 170, 10: Cindy Boon. 17. Tun. 1.1 1-4 atomy OratUn. Caeer Direct, Hi Bar. B wa aw ina. Bally Denklai SMJ. Thkra MM. Trot: Vital 40., S O. 10: Win aoa. 10 1 40; w coder Bua. SJW. tmb. i u LI la Lee Henley. Brown Wolf, Thelaiera. Tubs Lad, Etvw saw darted reurih Mil. FSc: lOrom O. Creed. 1 10. 14, ISOi Wilmington Beua. 4.00. s: aeroera oraiua K 17. Time, I a-S. Meadow Harveeter. Mleland Diroet. Twta-kki Daaay. Luerv Larv. Vleat Byr rj, u Maria. Fifth MIM. Pace: Sloe Gin. 4 70. I SO, 10-. Scettadae. IM. SS: Th Happy Waawaror, IS. Tim. 17 1-4 Floyd' Honor. Abical Ydn. atawartl Oan Meadow Boh. Frat- en Lea alee atarted. - Slam mim. Pace: ma nm, 17 70. 1.70. : Ray Adloa. 170, ISO; Perennial. SSO. Time. 1 04 44. lar CarHth. Bhatla F. Jon Abh. JlmmM Atom, awa alartad. aninalbl Silt. la v tilth Mil. Fc Fnwrwia, IM, 10, 10: Roany C. Gratia n. 00. 10: coionai c. vow. a.a. Time, 10 14. Sony Del B. Bandeaveua Boy. Lochlnvor Dak. WLhtv atein alea atarted. Eighth Mil. Pace: Rooky Mar-! hart. SO, 170, l l a-Amrrl Byra. lose. 1 10: a-Armbra Ehwtra. 1.10 Tim, a o l-S. , b-Urnoen Peewee Grid ' Registration Rigirtrstkvn and practic for Strathcona Tigers, of the Pea-was Little Four Football League, starts tonight at Sandy Hill Playgrouodi at IJ8 p.m. Boy II ta II years tjf eg hv ciuitr living la Sandy HiH. Ottawa East and lawertowa districts are united to attend: " 4 r-i ' v Qui niatar K y wn. . ami i www. . 7 r Rolling ; A ball potted so that It rolls ''over Itself toon after con- tact I the en that will bold , ns line and not flnle out near the bote. ,Many putter club. , lace hav a littl loft, so the ball will not start Tolling too .. toon. The best way to achieve this rolling action Is to place th hands slightly ahead of th b,ll at address. Then you'll hav the best chance to retara the chbhead to th kaH with your hands In the' same position, ahead of th ball. ThW aids in achieving a crisp, 1 aquar contact; II you're, wondorlrig ; why aU putter areal exactly porpsrv dleulu In th face, you have I point. ' They should be. Mak certain youri h ' ENTRIES FOB WEDNESDAY ntiNsixA , BtwoMtte Barn . Moult Joknioa Cok lRuak BniBM . ( nhr . ( Chmtar Brown 1 '. Adloj Dtroct, ! t-t e-i is-t is-l IS-t SSVSNTI Hal Bn . Ml Ar AMrill. oner Bua C. Jo Dara KiMoefc s-1 . Bra , 1- Ulond - 4-1 Andtraoa - Alfl.. 4-1 Crl . -t MorrlMa lt-1 CarkM IS-t " ' ' '. McDoooU -t KcMlUan t-1 Johnston S-1 Camrw - l Dwitrsuw S-t UBiwfer S-l Gorton 10-1 Bum ; 1S-I OUINBIXA : rrr -t LtBush " '. S-1 K. Morrajan - Norn . . S-1 Oonunil) S-1 Knr t . is-l SMiMa IS-t H. toroo .) 1S-1 .- . t ... . .. O, URutb s-t V, Lutman ' t-1 .- .Hal' Bon Kar. Bannoar -. Daw Atom ... O'Hmrr Vote .. ' glOBTH Tan, sww m j . rr 1 tMnct M. Aaioa 11 Brown Hop t 1 WUlow B. 'oky t Insall'i Hanaovnr I Erlor Hanover a Tamburlaln .. IS 4 A. W. Lea . If Dannr Bar tnd -4 . Sf Silver Oral. D tof Miaa B. Sienna T llf Vlctorr In Jr. ISJ Chief Owmnor It 111 Ken rrlao 11 141 D. of ClalrmoM 14 NINTH Tot. fn UN - V - P -1 Hurricane t Will -4 Sup.. Pfinaae 7 HeaUwr Direct 11 o4 I, erne IS a Mr. Madrid ; S Nibble BUM ',. a , ban Bias --- ? Sf Blu MIM A... I M Bra 0r :. J 10 Maesi H. Oral , , ill Baraer Dtroct v. WlWMl - S-1 rRtectoa I S-4 1ST auaan Dunls. S-1 McUon . S-t W. Pyk , ' 16-1 Church r 10-1 . .i t . llf SpueV ac ... :'.Ttrr Hi Acree Rndy 1 ' Sweet botu --y-1 Doras Olrl' 4- Ah Stnen 1 April H. . Oo Man Oo,-.-.- R. i hct Lrituan K,Ktr , . Putty Will - 4 Succaaa Dudley m . MM I ia,.' IT-V -t.'ateif:'-4 O. McMllUa 1-1 L.Oirtra4 lt-1 B. McUn t-l ... t ..J." 4 son SIM: OV1NS1XA D. Cwiiace M. Barn '. E. Barn O. LaRuah R. McUu O Pkwda .11 ,-t-a 4- 1 ' -l -a s-i s-i 5- 1 ta-t I V. S SIM: H. Pauw S-o D. Cameron S-I O. LaRuah S-1 I. BliaoMtt S-1 W. pmn a-1 W. La Pace ' S-1 N. Cum . 10-t S. Lock .10-1 K. Morrlaen t. Tarr ' T. Horlon M. coutoa 'A T. Lock SUoaeU SIM: V I.. Bil tt -l C. Hi -l J. Locke ' , O. Hortou H. Eeroa S-1 S-1 S-1 rLncatr r Lancaster S-1 A. St. Amour S-t otn ore v-i A. Carknar j Hr a Anorey f D. Dufty ! O. LaRuah j R. ailttphaat BXACTA J-. N. R. E. K. Kerr . V. Lutmaa R. ailUphant 10-1 L. Chartraa 11-1 Macrarlan 1B-1 Alex. WOO MaoChler. Chief Balnt. n-Ensl Arrabr. Jady OM O. Doc Dale, ' Hratka saw atari. a McKlnley labia oalry. Wobaier gtahl antry. : irlah CWara laadaaae. Ma. I. ISO: rather DtUea. 1.1, 0.70: Patriotic la. Thn. 100 a-. swln oay. . J. MoOraear. Canal Atom. Melodl Byrd. awa alerted. Uh era lea. una Hal Sports . ' wrrH cards ST. LOUIS (UPI) Robert Young, a 19-year-old , short- top. yesteraay ugnetl a contract for the 1965 season with th St Louis Cardinals. Young's rather, Pep, . played with the Philadelphia Athletic ana th New York Yankee. IN HALL OF FAME; t PHILADELPHIA fUPfi George Carpentier, one of the greatest French boxers of all urn, yesterday was selected bv uis wona Boxing Historian Association 'to receive a Hall or Fame scroti Sept 27. . CHICAGO Upn A sur vey by the Athletic initltute ehowed that ll-man foothall waa the most popular sport In high" school last year. A total of 772,803 boy participated for National v Federation of Suu High School Athletic Association School, . CHICAGO (UPD A total of 1X241 high, schools partici pated la intar-school baseball last season accordrni to athletic Institute survey. CHICAGO (UPI) An athletic Institute survey allowed that 13,524 high achool participated la track and field' meet last year. -. ,: -' CHICAGO (UPI) V A total of 19.112 high achtwls participated In inter -school basketball last seaion- according to an athletic institute survey. ...The total Is the largest number of achool participants in a single iport. v a, - . . You can seal your driveway with 'Barrett Blacktop Sealer for as little as $11 "Quality Bulldlnj MaterUll,, , 273 Catherine Street . , t v I A - . puraTsM:' - - L 9,9 . . - naawhwnaaawa Bessie Flicka Grattan Wins Feature Ev6nt Besti Flicks Gntun got back on th winning track Monday night, after three straight defeats to take the featured ninth race. The (ix-year-old bay mare. owned by Art McDonald, ofj Kingston, and driven, by Guy tarush, trotted the mile In 2.08 to take one of two trotting features on last night's program. . Bessie Filicka Grattan had an earlier string of three Margaret Masters PrftsanI lii U.S. Amateur HUTCHINSON. Kan. (AP)-Four . players posted low scores of 71 before rain Interrupted play Monday in the first half of the qualifying round for the VS. Women i Amateur, Golf Tournamtntj. ' Thirty-five players tcored II or better over the rugged Prairie Dunes Country Club course. -".;''..,'.', Some of the sis players with 1 incomplete rounds appeared to have a good chance of linUhing ander II. '. -',.' The field, which ' includes two Canadians, wilt be cut to the low J scorers after Thursday's round. . Rideau Carleton ?tWK-vi'J.M.';t, , vi. I'--';'"-, riret-MIl'. Fct aeew OoM.IDickory Dm. Tarr' txnraaa, Cher. II M. 10, 4S0-. Comirwnutor, l.M.lry Cake ilea Mart. 10: Ba Chief. 10 Tun, 1111 ; aralaeUtt . ' . 1-1. AprlT Boy. Terrt-Lao-Ann. I rmh Wlla Trot: Mlaa Barnw. hed Caah. Enataaj Car Ulk.' ?"?!f, Mi,J' 'XJl., ' . ...... . . """Til;" I .T . Tim, a il 14. Daaty J. UUl Demon, Grand Adam. Admiral Jr. Tiopuephen aha atarted. . u. wimiwjii aicw wawov. e.iv. Third Mile. Pace; Im Jotinatoa, a0, SJ0. a.00i Paper Doll C, 1.00, 100: BUly Im, no. Tim. 10 l-S. Harvey', Dream. The Great Chart. Jay wtto. Draw Farad. (VwrVaalai aLrVB laka taelal . Foarth-Mli. Pace: Lrno John- aton. .. 10. ISO: Private Let, iso; Boyecl Rocky Otattan. lev. lane. I I s-S. Luella ScoU, Briefs CHICAGO (UPI An itnletic imtitute survey showed that S.792 high achool i participated m inter-scriooi golf competition it y.. .i j . Playground News , .BA LA DIS1' tKTBRMEBIATE . Ciuwan and Eada. 7i Annul-Hh. 1. Wmnans batUry: Donnai Wadded (tw-attter an May Warren. Loalna battery: Fell an -L. 7-? i t GLAMOROUS CALVES h - CALGARY (CP) Calves have taken on a bow beauty around kere-the bovine kind. four legs not two. The barnyard beautie are the result of ef fort of 4-H Bttmbari here who nave tried varied devices to glamorlM the cafves. High on the list ef current efforts' are luch "coimetlci" as dlth-wasa-Ing detergents, bleach and electric hair clippers. Some of the animals are groomed, with hair ipray and corn March Is used to keep th. young cows' and bulls' knees clean. ' GIVE PLENTIFULLY MONTREAL (CP) - Montreal doaated t21.Ul.Ut to wel-fan organiiationi end M.M,. Ml to; private msUtutions last year, the social welfare department iwportavL There were. J lubscrrptkm campaigns, 41 tag day and 1,121 other events such as banquets, baiaars, concert and oyster parties to raise money. . v, .,;.;. lla-ltt vara, at. IM Btchmead Baa la-ll .111-4111 ll,IUi:"'A ' a.1 X - ; aaadi ai i ttrtight victories only to bit a bad stretch and lost her Anal start at Connaught and ber flnt two outings at Rideeu Carleton. BEST TIME But Monday she iu back in form to post her best Urn of th season and finish a length in front of the second place Ben Away. Alayne Scott was third. In th co-featured eighth race Seattl D. cam through '- -A '-- the Par- for 1,001 yard court is Tl. Most of the favorites were off to a good start but the defending champion, Mrs David Welts of Mount Ver-i nort, With- wai among I boa grouped at II. ' , Heading the list with scores of Tt were Mn. Robert Ihlanfeidt of Seattle. Susan Gregory of Pine Bluff. Ark, Gloria 7,-Ehort of Danbury. Conn, and Mrs. Donna Gil-' Uam of Whlttier. Calif. Sue Hilton of London, Ont., ' finiihed the day with a 78 on ' rounds of 41 and 17. - ' " Margaret Masters of Ottawa had a 3MI-88. si , , 4 70: Boyal Scott, 7.10. -l. Hewoa K. Ti Top. trlah Mich, Stormy paa Am. aanarai nana. ju nhw atarted. lath Mil. Faro: Randy Oralt- aa. 4. 4.1. SSO: Mr. Erpa, is, 70: : Little Brown Darby. 4 40. Tim, a.10 a-S. Dick Jakrwtoa, Dominion K. Scott. Ribbon, Suele Browa. Battle Pick aba atarted ith Mil. Pec: Oiatwr. Man C 11. a eo. ISO: Direct. 4.10. 1 o; aau-wy " f-00. Tim. 100 1-4 Country "" "Tt 7:. " no alerted. Elatith MU. Trot: Seattle tl. 110. 70. 10; Happy Jack. 71, 10; Royal Tod r, . Tim. 10 14. Dori Clera. Indiana aut. Donny Brook. Borar Locurt. Jndy Burton. Carry a Out Pal RiddeU Mo atarted. ninth mim. Trot: aeane rncaa flrnuaa. S. 10 IM: Ben Away. I oa. !; AMyn Scatt. 4.7. Ttm. a OS. Heeaa Belwia. Mlaty wick. Sievt Dsn. Tlun Scott. Prlnce-like Jr. aba atari. Taata Mile. Faro: RobarM Taaa. 10.' HO, t.0: Mua A loom. 41. I SO: Dutch Ax. 4 00. Tim, 1.11. HI Marino. Hay Couneel. nam lea Frio. Hy Walnut Alio Dodo saw aianeo. Sxaclal Slt.40. . Trampoline (Zhampiomhips At JC Centre The 1M4 Canadian National Trampoline Champxxuhlp are slated for the Jewish Commati. ity Centre,, la Ottawa. Sunday, September a, starting at I p.m. Further Information and entry forma . may :' be obtained from Uny Martin. 1ST; MlUcraft Crescent, Apartment 7, Ottawa 7, Onurio, or by phoning Mar tin at 74M2M in the evening or at UJ4M, local 41s, during the day.. i.-;i ' - t GUU SE10U WEDNESDAY Aug! 19th, 8 p.m. EWiUBOl DQPUT - io mm . " IlilVIW MtMAIJCI ;: ,' (OTBI wm mao coata ! vwmuimj '.7 --y ... .- -. , '. Cturttsj ff -'... ; mMontowslRd. Tfw4US with a victory over Happy Jack In 2.01.1 for the mile. Royal Todd T.. owned by Garnet Davidson, of Ottawa, wa third. v Cecil Coke and Gerry John-ton each drove two winner on lait night' program to share the driving honor. Coke won th seventh with Gingerbread Man C and cam back to win the 10th with Roberta Tats. Johnston, a consistent winner so far at Rideau Carleton, took- the third race with Ima Johnston and repeated In th fourth with Lynn Johnston. RACING WEDNESDAY There will be bo racing tonight at Rideau Carleton but another 10-rac program will go Wednesday. Again there will be a double reatur with the attention on th eighth and ninth race. In the eighth will bt Willow Brook Smoky, Eyler Hanover. Lucky Vick. A. W. Lee, Brttwn Hope, Temburlalne, Direct M. Adios, Dsnny Boy 2nd. SUver G rattan D. Miss Royal Sienna. Victory Uw Jr, Chief Operator. Ken Frisco and Duk of Cliirmont --ft- Starting in th ninth" w4U be 1 Hurrican Will. NibM Blue, Mr. Madrid, Superior rMncets. Inez Riggs, Scott Express, Heather Direct Blu Mist An derson. Beq Gay, . Maggie H. Grattan Barney Direct, Susan M. and Sup Rica Post time for the first race wul be S pjn. -SUY HILTON One call gets you instant hotel reservations at confirmed rates'.:,- 'X atallHfltons worldwide, Sutlcr-Hiltons . ; and other. leading hotels. r yCall 236-7303 in Ottawa Arrangements confirmed for, ' sales meetings' and group tours. RIMBVATION UftWCI . ' T(iwMnt ff wWwtraa1 Iwf Cain KUKMf a nwfaw CmX Carl M17M cauit aManncaiara Caht r-SUY HILTON WhK Dree ' ' -SHIRTS ttm IIjS Tip Top . ' "' ' tanva , . r to (aar lfet . Ctair CALL BLUE LINE BICYCtB BBNBBATOB LIGHT . SIT auai aautBMr FUEL Oil RosJdcertlal mM UU Basalia Rd. tea-mt CEG-2333 14 Mile Waal a fUHtiaal OrSM aav-i m. nau-T ;

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