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August 20, 1964

The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 15

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Thursday, August 20, 1964
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i Mtivtau. eased out . tome I; classy competition for the wm. I Indudtaf Ottawa1 Keith ' ; Jiwaa current points J end Bob Zlegtor of vflle, NY, who hat won the I last three feature races. "Ziet- . Mr wu nrth last nighL i " However, Ziejler won the ' second ' tportsmsn - nee while John Goth of North Gowar took the Brst . it'.- Mara Mr " - l lelanclnf inf 1,328 Colors fMsbee . m an ! Front End Special ! rfwtin. ' AlifPefMHf WHaal ?i f $11.95 .". J l-GENERAL TIRE - or orraw ITtttaakBL TJW7J7 Al Bradley of Ottswa took the 20-Up Jalopy feature at well a the first Jalopy race. He stilt leads in point In the Jalopy, class. Smiths Fslli Ed Graham won the second Jalopy race. A wrecking race Is on tap next week. sportsman Wrrt , race Joka Gotk. BUI Klrby. Bacon Bafc Xtatlar, paid II. Qarry Ballvaau. ThUS Jany Weetkertaa. OUa Sml'k. John Ootk. reurtk Kattk Juno. . Oarer Balrvaaw. Paul Hamall. raamra Oarry Ballvaau, Kith a, Paul Hamall. . - . JALOPY ' - rtrrt Ai Brndlay. Id. Oraham. Paul Cyr. . j Saeond Xd Graham. Al Vee-lay; Paul Cyr. Pasture Al Bradlay, M Ore- T Out In rs Second Round .,- . HUTCHINSON. Ken, (UPI-rSrmer..x.champioa ; Jo Anne , Gundtnoh of Seattle end Barbara Mclntire of Colorado Springs survived rash of up-; sett Wednesday to reach the , quarter-finals of the Mth An-v busJ National Women's Ana-teat Golf Championship it frnrrie Dunes Country Club. BUm Cundersoa swept pest -tieu Ashley of Colorado Spring. and S. in first-round action. then went I up with ah tegte- o um nrst hole of her : neea match against Barbara " rf white, of Shreveport. IA, ait tela on for a 1-up dedslea. ;. The steady Miss Gunderson . was even par for I) boles la the morning action and 1-over for the afternoon II boles. Margaret Masters of Ottawa aereeted Marsha Houghton Of ! Modesto. Calir, I and I in the first round. She was defeated . and I In the second round by : iwooye King or NorhVk, Va; LOEfl CASH d CARRY PORTLAND CEMENT 970 cy; ejeaatWat It at Matt DRYWALl WAUEOARD 4iltH :. 1.59 4 i!0i 1.99 'MAT PANELLING ' UNFINISHED ' "V" GROOVED 4 1 1 1 114 .,..3.30 4i J 1314. .2.93 V HARDSOARO ; A'PANELIING . 'TV" GROOVED . , 4 ill 14 ..;.r2.7S ALUMINUM DOOR Top QaaBty Self Storkeg. rir i rir i m us (Fronting ea Hwy. IS) I ELL'S CORNERS S28-9427 era ctet tu rct Miss Mclntire was a 1 and winner over , Sharon Miller of Battle Creek, Mich.. In the first round and eliminated Mrs. Scon Frobasco of Chattanooga. Tens., 1 and I. in the second round. Peggy Con ley of . Spokane. Wash., winner of the National Junior tourney last week runner-up in the 1M3 National Amateur, became ill with stomach virus last night, and after playing three boles bad to quit and default her match to Mrs. Probasco. '': "The biggest form reversal of the day cam, in the next to last afternoon match when Carol Soranson of JanesvUle. Wis., fell before I -over per gotf by Marceiia Rose of Jefferson City, Mo, ) and 1. Miss Rose bed 7 ena-putt greens, including a pair of It- footers for a par and a birdie, She won 4. and t to take the lead for good with a string of pars. .:- . Two other second round surprises were a S and 1 victory by. Mrs. Pete Dye of Indian apolis over Phyllis Preuss of Ft Lauderdale. Fla and I -up decision by Mrs. Jason Weiss of Indianapolis ova French and British open champion Brigetta Varangot of Paris, France.' i. ' " f i". ; ; ! Mrs. Wei - came from behind with a par and a birdie on Is and IT for a l-op count. CHICAGO (UPD Chicago White Sox centrefielder Dave Nlcholsoa holds the major league record for the most times called out on strikes in a season 49 in 1963 NEW YORK (UPI) -Joe Pepitone,' New York Yankees first baseman, holds the World Series record for most double plays participated in by a first oaseman in a four-game aeries with seven which be set last year. "Journal Want Ad quick resillt. THURSDAY. AUGUST 30. 1S4 THE.OTTAWA JOURNAL 15 Beliveau takes 1 Cornwall LBC Seeks Entries For Doubles CORNWALL, (Special) The Whlthaaf Lawn Bowling Club of Cornwall is seeking more entries for Saturday's O'Kaefe Ken'e Douhisa eeen- peUtlea.. ' ; Ottawa and district bowlers wishing to enter are asked to get M teajeh enuaoautely with ehatmaa JIm Sharp at the Whitham dub. re Montreal'! Gerry Bejiveaol wn his lint feature race Wednesday night at Capital1 JCit- Speedway the 25-lap i 'sportsman featurs. But it wu roufh riding.! Six I ' can. sped bum pr to bumper J ' throughout the race tad Onith-. ed almost id by fjd.' - bring rs- . v 5 - - - - - - r - s W X." - J i IT- i i ;-t-. eign seeds made the quarter- final of the boy IS singles. The Canadian were Bob Puddicombe of-Vancouver, winner of the dosed, title, and Pierre Lamarche of -.Montreal, who the . previous day bad upset flflh-eeeded Jim Hobaoa of FuUerton. . Calif. ' 5 Puddicombe won . M. ' S-2 over Neil McAffer of , New ZaalamL who had eighth place In the foreign seeding, and Lamarche beat Dave Brown of Toronto (4. S-t :T ; . a u-m a fuiarrrL ' '. $ . Several ' needed LT. MEN'S - SHITS I f I ST. . SPO mm y : K,2 I - 'AVAILABLE KT - Taken from ear regular ' fine- stock. Regaler, Values ta 9M. . 52-69 - j Y0UN6 TENNIS CHAMPIONS- .50 wool English, yarn-dyed Worsteds : Flanli. Some Ttepkale kt the HT COATS Better quality al wool e ' f Regularly priced to 4tJ. , ALL FOUR LOCATIONS . , f ' 1 eirrt rss i&iti n. - usikswoc& rUZt the foreign entries. t vf - A feature of. the afternoon w a t b a presentation Jst awards for the dosed Can adian section of -the "Unirna- ment, which wound up on the! weekend.. ". ., The Pepsi Cola Trophy, a new award this year., wss presented to Bob Puddicombe, who was Judged to be the out standing player In the closed Canadian championships. ANNOUNCE .TEAM Officials alao announced the players selected to take part in teem eomtietitioiM to be held next .week in Lake Placid and Boston.' ' On the boys teem are Pud dicombe. Barry Shakespeare, Bob Moffatt, Dave Brown. Pierre . Lamarche and. Chris Burr. with Terry Leach of Ottawa and Stephana Vezina as alternates. Andrea Martin, Nancy Green, Lindsay and Maureen Watts, Roeemarie Fletcher of Ottawa and Maida Bamett were named to the girls team. , with Iris Dickson and Beverly .Payson as ahernatea. Following are some of Wed nesday scares: - nova is siHoi.t ' Fourth mnMl Bob Padaicemka. VaMouvar. Saf. Mall McAffar. Naw CaaUna. e-4, S-S; Chacfc nrafnarS. Hammunck. dr. Nlaa Han. To-; ratta. S-S. s-S; lota Oarda. MaxKo. ear. nb MoRatl. Van- a-s. a; Tom Kara, w af. VkW naillna. Van-ea), V-S; Tuimi Nnward. KmnvUla. rt. Bairjr ahaka-ayaara. Hallta. e-S. 4-. S-S: Mamlla Lara. Maxim, df. Bob BardaUqr. Vancuuvar. S-. Plam Lamarcha. Montraat. Sal. Oava Brown. Toronto, S-S. S-4; Armlataatf Naaly. Twnpa. eat. Gee Dyar. Wlanlpas. S-e, e-l. -, BOTS I SINOLSS. . ThtrS rama Oaeraa Taylor. Hooatoa. aaf. Joha Lamorato, Mamtramek. S-. S-: John Bnona-i ma a. Pklladalpnla. awt. Jim ro-tula. Dalntl. e-S. e-T; Oaoft Harrta. MmaaKm. Snt. Scott BrUtol, Var-atont. e-S, a-l; "Wr mdwraaon. Montreal. Sat. BIU Oordoa. Balll-mora, e-4, John - Aoama. HavartarS, ft. ef OaoB Dyar. wmnipfs. i-e, s-s. e-a. BOVS 14 SINOLSS kacaos roone Oarry rilloa. Ottawa, .aaf. Ta Kaplan. Van eoatrar. S-l. 1- Oaaiia Tayam. Houatoa. Sat. iobn Merarlana. KmsMan. S-l, e-l: Scott Pun mo. Ottawa. Saf , Bill Mltth.ll. Toronto, e-l. S-S; 'oh LamaraM, Ham tramck. ea(.. Joha UMans. SWEATERS HV3 0FF ItEII CERVCi'S MEN'S SHOP ' ' tH Bank St -. 238-381? PFLERS '' at low at 4JS 0 U ST 0 U MUFREI $RVia ITO. 42S KENT ST. MontraaL S-S. S-l II I v These players who won titles, in the Canadian .dosed'iuhJoi' "tennis" ChampTpn): : Club Wednesday. Bob Puddicombe. of Vancouver, centre, hplds the Pepsi Cola Trophy. .'a new award given to the outstanding player in the competition. Puddicombe won the .,' boys IS title. Vyith bint are, left to right: Roger Skillings.or Victoria (boys M), Andrea ; Martin of Montreal (girls 18 and 16), and Susan Eager of Vancouver (girls 14). In' ' front are Karen Will of Clarkson, Onu and John Davit of Montreal, winners of jha" under-12 events. - - . ' . - ," f' .:. . : :;r ",. - . ,, T -jauraal Phata Or poaOibM WMI JUNIOR TENNIS TOUkNEY Americans "T failed to make the round of 16 In the boy 16 single. Peter Richardson of Montreal ousted third-seeded Bill Gordon of Baltimore 6-4, 6-3 and Geoff. Harris of Edmonton downed fifth - seeded Scott Bristol of Vermont 6-1, 6-1. Jim Pritula , of Detroit, the No. 4 foreign eeed, lost 6-3, a-T. to- John Shoneman " of Philadelphia.. I. Two Canadians Reach Boys' Singles Quarter-Finals By JEAN BOUTHWORTH of Tba Journal r Lata round ware reached In number of events in the Ca- Open Junior Tennis Championships Wednesday as 100 matches were run off at the Rideaa Lawn Tennis Club. ' ' i Two Canadians and six for Scott Dunlop of Ottawa entered the quarter-finals of the boys ' 14 singles by defeating John- Lamerato from Ham- tramck, Michigan, 7-8, 6-3, 6-3. The previous, day Dunlop had lost to Lamerato In the boys 16 singles, Lamerato, winner of the boys 12 title a yt ago, was seeded fourth , among ' Third round Caorfe TaTtor" Sa(. Omy rtllon e-l. -e: Roean aklUlnei. Vlctarla. Sat. Mark Land., aian. Ham tramck, e-S. e-S: Scott; Ounlop 4mi. Joha bamarate t-. a.a, e-s I i - - BOVS IS SIMOLSS ' Unmt roun Hank Bonis, jamtramck. dor. Blaka Dunlop, Ottawa, e-t. S-S. '.. OiaLS II SIMCLSS ' ital towns Irta Mckaon Montreal. of. Buaaa Ornatain. Waahkiston. -a-a, -4, s-S: Mancy Oraon. Toranta,- aaf. mmmu w natt. Edmonton. e-S. S-S: And ran Martin. Montraat. dat. Diana Mats-ear. Waet Hampalaad. KV. S-. e, S-S etm. IS SINOLSS ' Saannil raoad Vkekl hya. MV. Sat. franoaa Mi Ottawa. -, a-, Third round Bally Johnaoa. Montraal. dof. KoWa Lae Maaoa. Ottawa. S-S. S-S. e-4. OIKLS 14 SINOLSS ' Quartar-nnata Nancy tXria. tons laiand. NT. Saf. Kara WUL Clarkaon. Ont.. 4-1. o- s-S. BOVS IS OOVBUIS rirrt round 000 Dyar. Winnipeg. Was Champion. Sdjnoaioa. da(. Oava Byan. Ottawa. Mjkr Mullan. Phlladalphia. 4-1. S-4: Staehana Vetina. "near Ouy. Montraal. dot. Jim Hannlns. Bruce Broofca. Ottawa. S-4. S-4 BOTS 14 DOOnLBS S tint round Tad Mptm. Van-eouver. Bofor akllllnaa. Victoria, daf. Roaa Daoay. Blako Dunlop. Ottawa. S-l. e-S: John Da4. Montraat. . acott Dunlop. Ottawa, daf. Kim Mara Bank Bale. JUin. tramck. 4-. a-l; -J Mark Landman. Ham tramck, eat. Garry niton. Murray Monroe, ot- olntf li BOI7BIJI ' rtrat round-Robin Sua row. Ottawa, dot. Bna i May Kllaal. Barbara Shaw, rraoorlc WV'- w-m. w ' Quartar-dnaW - wtotAhar. utiawa. pw.a Mamtramek. dot. Undaay Mauraan Watta, e-l. T succi axd mcxts aon silt B.BB V4 B S ,.,r TKUMSa HOXDf V x T . 4.TS .. .40 s t.M a .o i s i4 a. 04) 4SIIS.B0 ' J STlViW KTW5CD ft Walatpraat rtr 4 a r Daiaaiil Shaatkme '- t. GOOD ONE SIDE'.j ;: IK ZJiH ' S" B.Od) - and SADK1SIW ' -fRmBBO'V'.' - ' Bandam ad Oroayo ?. -AMIBT. aVOWOCO . V4 i .'.,... n 4 4 8 4.SB SADII1SKV ' BBOTNSar LtMITSO ' lit NELSON STREET . t34-9500 S34-S1S1 Bally S'ta I Sat. ta t "FREE DELIVERY MlnlnMiili, Ordff W-Si 4T I "f ; a 3 : U89 WDEAU STREET n U , -r-'i . .... Wo are pleased to announce opening of' our new store at WO MDEAU STIIEET j ' We have moved . from our previous location; at , , 60 Rideau to a brand new store at 189 Rideati Street. , J,. 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