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August 20, 1964

The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 14

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l 14 Acquisition of Vernon Cole 'Sleeper By AL McNEIL MONTREAL (UPI) TIM . "sleeper play" o the young Canadian football season may ; well have taken place off the - playing field when Moo tree Alouctte coach Jim Trtmble . traded an expendable, player to the Winnipeg Blue Botnb- ' era for quarterback Veraon Cole. The Alouettes, off and run-nlng with two victories In two starts, one a big 33-5 - victory over the Grey Cup champion. Hamilton Tiger- ' Cats received a large con-, tribution from Cole in both outings. The 29-year-old Cole formerly of North Texas State ' University, played the second game against the Toronto Argonauts last Saturday with bruised right shoulder and back. - 1 While the Injury restrained ; his passing ability, Cole managed to run the Als for 00 minutes and mixed his running and passing attacks so ' well that the Argos remained . unaware of bis .handicap. Cole, a native of -Pilot. Point. Tex, who is married - and father of two,. played ' the 1960 season with the . Blue Bombers of the Western Conference. While at college ha was a member of the Re serve Officer Training Corps and following his season In Winnipeg accepted a commission in the. United States Air Force. He served on active service with the USAF for three , years at Stewart Air Force Base near Nashville, Tenn. Early this year, with his discharge, due. Cole contacted " George Ausley. then general ; manager of the Blue Bomb-, era. Tentative arrangements . were made for him to sign with the Bombers on bis re-4 tease from service, Ausley .. was replaced by coach Bud Grant as general manager but . Grant contacted Cote and contract was signed. Cantucd Nets Three. Goals. , Saeatino Cantucd scored all ' three goals bt Orympia's aer-l t row 3-J decision ver.Lazto f '.In an ODFA."" dlvulan eer match at Brewer Park Wednesday night Thy-Wynia and Orlando Campagna scored the goals for Ottawa . all-atan, selected players from ODFA ."A" divi sion Uams, play Montreal Centalla in i an exhibition eSAtjMonday. Sept 7. at M- ioeaa Hich School field at 3 t ' p.m. Ottawa is scheduled to TTenter the National Pro Soccer ! League next season, - Cantalio I ;. Is the leading club in that I league. - ; . la their test exhibition start 1 - against a professional club, Ot tawa edged, past Montreal ; j Ukrania, also of the National . League. 3-1. Aa ODFA -A-section game i n aiatea tonight at Brev 1 1 Park at e30 pm. featuring 1 pie tears ana Houandia. . ! PHIIADELPHIA UPD-Arl Mabaffey. Philadelphia Phillies pitcher, led the National League In 1963 with 36 borne run bails. S TOUT ! r I kuuetaw Mh TWIN cmr Conowt krlek . . . Omit ua (aurally mxM tmt hmmtr. mtimmt mm Ihmi, la a vartaky mt aim. ahaaat a4 atrtkinf e Art a, ata aer etw SCBItN WALL nLOCBS TWIN CITY DUNBRIK ) Ca. LaL . tSS MaArtker ,- - .' . t-in t T.ltphons 722-3431 riDEPEIIDEIlT Mix n MatchpV BEAUTY ; P-pj j BRICKS j j Aee ee Meeva eMienw I SwaMaitati 19 to toorr if Ottawa Play' of Season i The six foot.-190 pound Cole said be spent two weeks li the Bomber camp before ' coining to Montreal. 1 was' operating behind Kenny Ploen, Hal Ledyerd ' and Dick Thorn ten. Cole CANADIAN AMATEUR Davidson and Stimpson Ousted at Saskatoon SASKATOON CF Only one upset, a 4- and 3 loss by Ernie Greenley of Region to Jack Tait of Saskatoon, marked the opening day of match play In the 1964 Ca-edian amateur golf, championship Wednesday., Greenley was a- member of the Saskatchewan inter-provincial team that captured Willingdon Clip honors TiaanawleaU ' - ' - ,w c,,kitrh-wn team representatives Keith Rever of Regine, and Ed Rosa and. Jim Scissons.of. Saskatoon Joined the favorites la the first of two 18-bole rounds today. ' Ross matched par for 13 boles as be strapped Jules Swick of Saskatoon 6 and 3. Sdssons tripped Ron Marshall of Vancouver 3 and I and Keith Rever stopped Noel Pumfrey of Victoria. BC 4 and 3. STLVERBERO WINS Most exciting match of the day was the last one in which Doug SUverberg of Calgary tupped Rich Potum-bus of Englewood. Cote, 2 and L SUverberg was three under par over! the 6J28-yard. par-79 Saskatoon Riverside layout when the match ended, r The man who replaced SUverberg on the Alberta Willingdon -'Cup team, Len Vrayton of Calgary, also became involved In a tight -match before he tripped Bui Parkea of Woodstock, Out, one-up' ' '-v '. i Henry rapped fellow Am-Hew Walty rGoodwin of Sheridan, Wvo,' 4 and aftef be lost the first two botes, t- , Another f featured natch nadvFraak Boetock . T Scottsdate. Arts, lined up -. against defending champion 'Nick Westeck of Toronto: BobWyUe of Calgary was drawn against B1U PidUsH of 5 Winnipeg ; In another battle of wmingdoa Cup competitors.' -r t DUMPS STMPSON-". . Weslock posted the largest margin of the opening round when lie bettered per -Save" t , Substantially During EATON'S SUIT SALE (fotljy) Friday and SatvriUy ,Atrgvst2(L21 an22 CATOVS Special Price 2-Ptece Suit SAVE EVEN MORE 2 120.00 If -PrHajf fee Extra Paau ,.r. XlUta) (A slight extra charge for . .. , Over sit 46) J It's the sale of the seesoa offering domestic and fan-ported all-wool worsted cloths, up to the minute stylings from conservative to natural shoulder con-linentala.- The Season's newest shades and weaves. Tailored to your individual measursments. ' ' 't T. EATON CW .i eeaitea teese....i t said. o 1 am glad I came to Montreal. It would have been hard to displace Ploenor Ledyard for the quarter spot I figured I would have more opportunity to play here." , - , by two strokes for 4a holes to rap. Bob Esdate of Edmonton 7 and 6. Bostock dumped Bob Stimpson of Ottawa 4 and 3. . Fleet edged 1 Murray Osborne of Saskatchewan one-up. ' Slrman tripped Den Davidson of Ottawa two up. Draper nudged Don Alexander of Manitoba one up, Ticehurst stopped Hut ' mi London. Ont, two up and Henry Setlakwt' eliminated Ron Hungle of BC, one up. ' v t TO THE OTTAWA JOURNAL ' THURSDAY, AUOUSPT 80, 19M Larry Defying an old sports axiom, Ottewa Rough Riders' coach Frank Clair is breaking up a winning combination. Riders have won two of their three suns this season and share first,. place with Montreal Alouettes in the East em Conference. . But following Riders' most; Impressive assignment of the young schedule, a 46-20 i cision over .Winnipeg Blue Bombers ' Tuesday night at e An r? 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