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The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 18

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READY Tp TUCK ONE IN V Rider' brilliant flanker. VYhitTucker (26), reaches for a pa,Jftet getting a step on Winnipeg defender George Fleming. Tucker caught three pasaea for 72 yards -last night, and got the Riders started with a great grab on a 46 yard scoring "bombv Saskatchewan Wins First Willingdoh Cup SASKATOON (CP) Sas katchewan Tuesday won its, first Will ingdon, Cup interpro- vinctal golf team victory in 37 years. The host province compiled a four-man total of 590 to stop defending champion Alberta by eight shots la what all experts considered a major -PW- v ' , Ontario was third with 600. Ed Ross of Saskatoon who came in late with a second-day core of 70 to tie for low medallist honors at 141, directed ins miu rnmn virinrv. m was Joined by Keith Rever of Reglna with 144, Ernie Sc it-son of Saskatoon with 151 and Ernie Creenley of Regina with 154. . , -LEADING MEDALLIST Rever was . leading medallist at 68 Monday after the first half of the 36-hole qualifying round but struggled to 41 on the outgoing nine Tuesday and settled for a two-round total of 144, three shots behind the Individual leaders, Ross and Ron Folk of Saskatoon, .who did not qualify (or the' Saskatchewan team. , , Alberta's entry. Bob Wylie. Keith Alexander and Len Bra- ton of Calgary and John Kil bum of Edmonton sliced one shot off Saskatchewan's open' ing-day lead on the front nine Tuesday but the Saskatchewan ehotmakers bounced back with a torrid back nine as Alberta faded. , . Second behind the co-leaders was George (Bunky) Henry of . Valdosta. Cs. . Hi fired 71 each day to close at 142. Henry staggered through the front ' nine In 3 but conquered the mammoth 519-yard eighth bole with an eagle three. . Tied with Rever at 144 was perennial Willingdon .Cap standout who failed to qualify mis year. una stroke oac n k. ui..i:. U 1 1 i wk dw Ajgmi leaner. with 145. Also at 145 wai Nick Weslock. perennial WU Kngdon Cup representative and defending Canadian' amateur champ. Weslock ballooned from 69 Monday to 74 Tuesday. Wylle had 70 Monday . Alone at 146 was Gary Your PAL Firft eu;lc;:;g muis Cowan of Kitchener, second on the Ontario - team. s Paul Williams of Hamilton with 151 and Bruce Brewer of White-vale with 158 completed the Ontario team. ' ' . , Included In the group of qualifiers were Richard Poium-bus of Englewood, Colo, with 148: his brother, Gary, with 149: Clyde MartelL son of Edmonton golf pre Henry, with 150; and perennial 'threat Johnny Johnston of Vancouver with isa ;- " Johnston led British Colum bia to fourth place behind Ontario with 616. Nova Scotia had 617, Manitoba 618. Quebec 619 and a combined Prince Edward blind - New Brunswick team 634. Tops for Nova Scotia was provincial junior champ Jack Hryant of Halirax with 150. BiU Pidlaskl.and Tad Hmm. auik of Winnipeg led Manitoba Wlia 152. Bob Stimnaon nf O tawa lead Quebec with 131 and Doug MacAee of Sussex Today's Pitchers By United Press International AMERICAN LEAGUE -New York at Chlcaan fnlehM -Bouton (13-10) vs. Herbert to-). : -s ., Los Angeles st Detroit (night) Gate wood n.t bh 1(5-9). . ' ' Kansas City at Oeveland (night) Segul (7-10) va. McDowell (5-5). ' Minnesota at Wsshington (night) Kaat (12-6) vs. Sum-house (1-6), , Baltimore at Boston (night) ounaer,(U-3) vs .Wiison (II - NATIONAL LEAGUE Pittsburih St New York Law (9-10) vs. SUIIard (6-16). Chicago at Philadelphia (night) Ellsworth (13-13) vs Running (13-4). St. Louis at Houston fmehli Glbaon (10-10) vs. Nottebsrt Milwaukee at Los Angeles paced the combined Maritime nfrru eetlh le.a i SASKATCBSWAN tstel ErnM OreeaUr nef. TT-7i-lM Keith Hirer. Rein SS-7S 144 t Bees. Sneluleon .-I-Te 141 Srnle Bcleenne, TI-T4 1SI 4LSBBSASSS Bob Write. Calawry TO-TS 14S Keltk Alexander. Cel.. TS-T4 lS John Kllkurn. Idwon. TS-TS V Ua Brajton. Calfarr SJ-7S 1ST y AMTABHS (SSei Nlek Weeleck. Toronto ee-7S 149 Cerr Cowan. KnVch. .. Tl-TS IIS Paul wunaaie. Ham 77-71151 B.. Brewer. Whlteeale S0-TS lis simii Columbia isisi Johnnr Joftneten. Van. T4-7S I9e Bruce KkM. Vanceurer tS-7S isa Bert Tleatmrat. Van. . TS-SS 157 Jak Buaaell Van. . 7S-7S 1ST NOVA SCOTIA (SMI Pete Hove. Dartmouth ,4-7 ISS Jack Bryant. Halifax 74-74 IM F. Lark. DarteMMth . TS- IS Ooa Fleet. Die ' TJ-tS 1S3 MANITOBA (SISI BID Fmnisar. wins... 7- laa BUI PMIaekl. Wmn. T4-7S ISS Don Alexander. Winn.. 7S-7S IM Tea Moaaemilk. Winn. T7-7S ISSi USBIC SI C. Clement. Vallerllefa T4-S4 Isa Don DaeMtaM. Ottawa TS-rt isa H. Setlakw. That. at. 7 S-77 153 Bob a tun peon. Ottawa 74-77151 - r.a.iK.n. si4- A. MaeKenaM. CkarkM. T- IS I BaUbraeks. Bt. John SI-7S IS Oar Leelle. St. John e-T7 1.17 D. MarAlae. Bnaan -. Ta-IH Smiths Falls J Rinks Win r Wexford Trophy SMITHS FALLS . (Stall) -Ladies from the Smiths Fails Lawn Bowling Club won victories In Prescott Mondsy night to win the Wexford trophy. . Win ning rinks In the double rink competition were skipped by Mrs. B. M. Haskins and Mrs. Bert Masaon. t Teams from Smiths Falls, Iroquois. Brockville. Perth and Prescott played two It er games for the trophy. Mrs. Mason won both games while Mrs. Haskins won one and lost (night) Blasingame (3-2) vs Moeiler (7-11).- ,', Cincinnati at San Francisco (night) Purkey (6-7) vs. Her- bl (8-7). GERALD PRESTON j ; Nth Generation Serving Ottawa" . , 143 SPARKS STREET Fine Men's Clothing end Haberdashery THE OTTAWA JOURNAL WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 19, 1964 CFL Leaders ; I . - arc CrP ID C TO I f Tm wsikuii. d i ) i ) Vernon Col.. a S - U Ron Hatehere. T a s a a S IS Ron Stewart, O t U Dave Thin, o a s a a a u Mot iiacin. o s a .a i I la Don Butherln. H S I S S 1 wrc Robtneon. c riamlna. , W Campbell. S Coleman. C . Thomas. K .. Reed. S riemina. BC awin. ac ... Lewis. W . Dillard. c -Bain. C of to c ro s p sUsmdlass i s as a s so a e e a is s s e is s e a e is a e t is e a is a as a a is a a e e e u a e e e u a s e e e u a a e e is 4 a e e u Journal Want Ads quick results. bring against Montreal Alouettes until shortly before game time.:- .r ; Regular Jackie Parker injured his right ankle m the " Argos-Aouettes game Saturday night and Is considered a doubtful surter la Thursday's game in Montreal Baseball Records ..: AMERICAN LEAGUE TUESDAY'S RESULTS 0 Los Angeles 1, Detroit t. Detroit I, Los Angeles ' Kansas City 13. Oeveland t. Cleveland 5. Kansas City I. cmcago 4, New York 3V Minnesota 6, Washington 1 Baltimore . 8, Boston J. W L. Pet GB Baltimore .. 74 45 .622 t, Chicago .... 73 47 .608 1ft new Tom ... 8 48 sao Los Angeles . 62 61.J04 12 Detroit ...... 62 61 .504 12 Minnesota ... 60 60 00 14ft Cleveland ... 55 65 .458 Boston .... 54 ST. 450 20 Washington . 49 74 jgg 27 Kansas City . 44 75 J7o 30 NATIONAL LEAGUE TUESDAY'S RESULTS '1 New' York 7. Pittsburgh 1 Chicago 4. Philadelphia 1, St Louis 5, Houston 2. Milwaukee 3, Los Angeles 1. Cincinnati 1, San Francisco : . W L Pet GB Philadelphia . 71 46 .607 San Francisco 67 62 .563 ' S CincinnaU .. 65 54 346 7r Chicago .... 56 63 .471 16 Houston ... 50 71 .413 23 New York v. 38 82 J17 34ft INTERNATIONAL''' LEAGUE TUESDAY'S RESULTS . Columbus 1, Syracuse 0.' Columbus 4, Syracuse 3. -Richmond 1, Rochester 0, , . Rochester 7. Richmond 6. .' Toronto 2. Atlanta 0. -. Atlanta 6, Toronto S. .Jacksonville 9. Buffalo 7. . Buffalo 8. Jacksonville 5. ' - - StaadTuta W L Pet GB Syracuse ... 76 59 .603 - Jacksonville . 73 52 .591 1H Buffalo ..... 66 53 .545 ?Vt To ronto .... 66 60 .524 10 Rochester ... 64 59 .520 10 Richmond ... 56 67 .455 18 Columbus . . . 81 73 .405 25 Atlsnta .... 43 81 .357 31 Oliver Sold To Eskimos ' EDMONTON (OT The Edmonton Eskimos of , the Western Football , Conference announced Tuesday tbey have purchased defeaslva tackle and end Bobby Jack Oliver of the Hamilton Tiger-Catt of the Eastern Conference. Oliver, 28. also has played with Montreal Alouettes and Toronto Argonauts. He is from Baylor University. : , An Eskimo spokeaman said Oliver is to report to Idmon- ton by Friday. CANADIAN TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIPS Pierre, Lamarche Upsets Fifth Seeded American Stan By JEAN OUTHWORTH ' at The JoHnus) . ' ' . Seventeen year old Pierre Lamarche of Montreal pulled the first upset of the Canadian Open Junior. Tennis Championships Tutesday when ha ousted Jim Hobsoa of Fullerton, California, the fifth foreign seed in the boys' 18 singles. La- Parker May Miss Game Aq TORONTO (CPl- Coach Nobby Wirkowskl of Toronto Argonauts said Tuesday, be won't ' decide who will be Argos' starting quartarback in ' their Eastern Football Con. i ference game Thursday night laifist Als Parker worked out Tuesday but' ais ankle hampered Bis running.' la the event' be doesn't ptsy Thursday either rookie Karl Sweetait of Wake Forest er Ooa Fuell. who has bean playing defensive half back, will take ever the quar-terbacking duties, Wirkowskl said ' Tuesday that Sweeten will be ; in Argos' lineup' for the game but said: " "I'll wait until the pre game workout tat Montr before t make up my mind.'''. :.'.,.'."':...'.. CFL Records EASTERN CONFERENCE ' " WI T F. A P Montreal ......2 0 54 18 4 Ottawa 2 1 0 80 83 4 Toronto I I 0 36 42 2 Hamilton ..... 9 2 9 IS 46 0 " ', - ' WIT F A P BC 2 0 1 49 16 B Saskatchewan 2 I 0 54 54 4 Calgary ..... t 2 9 99 58 4 Winnipeg ... 1 2 I 96 100 S Edmonton'.., 0 3 9 28 128 0 ; Fine's J Enter rw n; city rinais - ,'- (. Fine's ihumeed Waiajt 10-1 Tuesday, night at Plouffe dia mond Id move into the City Intermediate Softball League finals. Fine's woa the baat-of-8vevsamr(Viar aeries J-l In a.mea.,'A, Gerry Fortier pitched to Earl Gsdde for Fine's. Glea Woodcock end Frank Halloran shared th' pitching chores for the losers.-. Their catcher wu Ron Marsden. r ,. Fine's will now meet the winners of the Windsor-Capital aeries for the league champion-hip. r i Soccer Match .. ... - . .... ... . St. Louis ... 64 55 .338 f j 7 e . . Pittsburgh .. 63 55 J34 H ttlflS 111 I 16 ' MUwaukee . . 61 56 S2 10 Loa Angelea . 58 59 .496 13 J Concordia and " Hollaadia played to a 1-1 tit in a "B" dhriaion ODFA soccer match Tuesday st Brewer Held. Jo Kugligs scored for Con cordia and Harry Van Dykt waa the Hollandla marksman. Olympia and Lazio meet to night in an "A" section match at Brewer at 6.30 pjn. N Schumann, And Hammon In Finals 1 Mike Hsmmaa and Rick Schumann last night became finalist in the Maason Cup men's singles handicap coat-petition at the Otuwa Tennis Club. ' -. '.'.'"''-' -TSM. ;, Hsmman, handicapped , st mlnu one-half 30, won his semi-ftnal match 8-6, 6-2 ever Bill O'Byrne, who waa staying at acratch. Hamman i also competing In the Canadian Junior Termis Champioaship at the Ridaaa Club.' .. . . Schumann, ; who, handicap la th same as Hamman'a, defeated John Trevithick 6-3, 6-2. Trevithick was handkappsd t minus one-half 13. , . ... , The final is scheduled for on o'clock Saturday. . , -:5-5-A-L.E'- ? 500 :dicycles ' : ' New. Z9J6 ap ,. '. aWefed IsaaaL 816 , t BKSt -PBirt Of TOWN BA Dt VOUB MM BIBB BYLCSa Co.' 36VS97 Baak St . 234-9611 MaeLam atreeu "Stores for Men' WsAiagtaai t Hoflad RMeeta at Buasst v ' ' 1 ') : ' . marche won ' the third-round match 8-0, 3-6, 6-4. f Lamarche was runner-up last year for the Canadian closed boys 16 title but is not seeded In the present competition. Hobson was one of the play er who came to the tournament under auspices of the United Stats Lawn Tennis As-f sociation. . CLAY COURTJiAFFECTED The clay courts at the Rl-deau Lawn Tennis Club were still suffering from the effects of Monday evening's downpour when play beta" . yesterday morning and periodic showers during the day further hamper ed activities. Players ; were again transported to the all-weather courts at the Ottawa New Edinburgh Canoe Club but only about 50 matches were run off altogether: - Officials concentrated the boys 18 and 16 singles, the events with the largest entries. The ' round of 16 was reached in the boys 18 event and the second round was com' pleted in the boys 16. -Semi-finalist in the Cana dian. closed competition will begin in the. round of 16 in these events. Rosemarie' Fletcher, . Otta wa's principal hope in the girls' aiviaion, lost 6-2, 6-2 to Vlcki Rogers of Rye. NY, hi the second -round of the under-18 singles, miss Rogers was seeded fifth among the foreign entries and Mia Fletcher had a similar place in the domestic seeding. .-. . . I the boy a 16 singles, John, .ck of Toronto put up 6,, JSTiiXmSS- gooa ngm mgunsi awiuew Belli of PhUadelphia. the no. 2 foreign seed, but the latter I won out 7-9. 6-1! 6-4. Double play' waa scheduled to begin this afternoon, weather permitting. Following are some of Tues day's scores: BOYS IS SINCLSS Second round: Mlfel Heea. Toronto, del Tom Gavin. Montrral. S-S. T-S. 7-J: Terrr Lea-h. Ottawa, del, Frank Pianalsaa. rrederletan, -.-. Third round: Nell MeAlfer, Mew tealan. del. Scott Bristol. Van. Dourer, a-l. -i Nigel Heat del. Ted fern be rear, HunUng'aon Valley. Penn.. 4-0, -l: Chuck Brain. ard. Hamtramek. def. riemln Dun. Toronto. S-I. S-4: Uila Garcia. Mexico, def. Racer Guy, Hllla. 4-1. -: Victor Rolllna. Vancouver, dot. Jim Pr"u'a. De-trolt. -S. i-e. 4-1. Tom Kara, Lea Anaelaa. del. Ores H.rrta. Edmonton. -. 4-0; Turner Howard. Knoxvllle. del. Graeme Elliott. New tVaatand. S-S. . -S; Bardaley. Vancouver, def. John Halnltne. Detroit. a-S. 4-J; Marcel la Lara, Mextoa. . eWf. Terry Leech, a-l, a-l; Pierre Lamarche. Montreal, del. Jtm Hobson, ruller-ton. Calif.. -. S-. 4-4; Geoff Dyer, Winnipeg def. Porreat Haln-una. . Detroit, 4-1. 4-S; Armlaiead Nealy. Tampa, ru, def. Mute WUaoo. Toronto. -0. -l. , ' BOVS IS SINGLES - Second round: John Lamarato. Hamlramck.' def. Scott Dunlop, OtUwa. 4-4. s-4,. Matthew Bellls. Philadelphia, def. - John Pexsack. Toronto. ), S-I. S-4: Gary Ben. nle. Toronto, dot. Dav Berry. nun. BarllngTo. e-4. -. BOVB 14 ISINOI SS '-.' fins round: Gerry 'fllien. Ottawa, del. Jtm Ebbttt, Montreal, S-I. . -l. Second round: -J R." Andereon, Hamlramck, dot. Boa Davey. Ottawa. 7-, -; Hark Landman. Hamlramck. del Jim Mauxu, Toronto. -l. -' bovs it siNOLs Menrae. otUwa, -. -.. 3 Storei to Serve Yotf Jos! Drifting round? ;' ',; ; '.' Never got s young 1 anywhere. Make straight for any one of our 3 store, get acquainted and we'll eve let your anpasu-ance down! MArvAArWyWV BBTABLIBHe) IK io E.H.FISHEII LTD. nS'ti BPAima tbst 1 TTAWA . CANAA WVWAMAMArvV WE'LL BE THERE! OTTAWA CENTRAL CANADA EXHIBITION : 'T eBBBBBBBHBwawaaaawaaneaeawewwaweweBBBaewaMwewMBMBBBei ' ' ' i i ' V ' ... .... . SEE: PANELLING OF ALL KINDS! 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