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The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 19

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i TODAY, AUGUST 21, 1964 Wayne Brook Wins Feature Ottawa Area Horses Shine ; Wayne Brook, a seven-year-old brown gelding, owned by John Strong of Seaforth, Ont. and driven by Dele Dufty, won Rideau CarleAon Raceway's feature race Thursday night by we. . ,. ; f The winner paced the mile Yin 213 4-3 for hit fourth win of the season- Wayne .Brook paid 118 30, S870 and M 30. ; Big Chief C was -second,, paying SS.M and S5.30; Windsor C Chief wai third, return- big m. Greenwood J Results i TORONTO CP Trol tow from OnnnM !: , 7 PIBST Trot, mil. Jimmy Proet Kintoa. a to. sse. aeo; rar-ii. DoetCtom-- aoe. J ,tii.ii , Vol tRmti. t eo. Irira i ii .t-s. xdoc r. -Herbert. Pte-A-Polka. xMrntim eurie. w f SECOND Par. -mil: Mlaa "Wrioa-a H c Gordon). S 4S IN. IN: Buneet L M. HokMl. . -aa; Twlw Btepe Vercoel. 1 10. 5T1m 111 S-S. Be Bide Tom-Smy. Mary Baa etnj . .OtrU Dillon. .Adloa Blh ale wtart). -1 ' .. . ; u ' I Toalty SnMii MM. - - - " , ff THIRD Trot. mile: wa Bymbol fcLockhart). S.ie. 11. S 40; Irian jvallay (Balli. 1.30 Ml: Boa Marl uami. 410. - Ttm f ll, Ara-jwnna Lady . uah Pi tot. atf. Twiat. LlVk Tot. xStar Bool ala trtd. '.Broke atrid. ''-....' i rOimTH - Trot. T furlona tJaaadala rtyaway iWUui. 4.10. t0. S.N: Cnttckmor tRilllardl. -1, 4at Aowtoan PU iMorrl. ryl. S Jo Tim US. xStsr HI. Alad HMar. rarer? Guy. sSrUKMT Day.' Mrrt Aaaaa ala atarted. KBroka atrid. PTPTfl Par. mlU: Molnara T. yrd. iCokai. S 10. S 10. I N: Prim ;. A4MM Marl. IB, ST Orat wortk Byrd (Bclorai. IN. Tim aa. Sna BlddU. iMoaa Bay. TM Dal. kMaaal Harbart aUrled aBrok atrto A SIXTH PM. aalky! - Jit rcamark iPIHonl. IN. SN. tea-. Ato Taaa rw. Ookal. 4 N. t SO: .Bandy Car (Btnrtaoa). 4 J Ttm 'N. Ben O. Valley. Streamer :ta. Minor ioa. Dm SadlM B, b alar tad QMnena: aii.i. avrr - stlta Vlleh atoh IWaUarrl. IH. S.a. SW: Sharon Star (Larkinl. 4N. SN: Dr. W. adsU. I I. lima IM a-S Adlan Domltiten PatlMrlaml Do Dale. Oracle Lecklnvar. siar Jjohneton ala atartad. SJCrTTH Trot, anil: Penny rrnbal WHW). S.M. S N, S.N: Kioto Cotoy (Wtlhaoodl. 4 M. SN: Lanwatrr Paoal (McKlnleri. S I Tim S 0T S-a, Ven a Prtd C . Ckama Moa. By By Brra Imperial Lea. Prlae Vaa aX, alaa atarted NINTH Mil, par: TIT! Rld- u 4ShMn. are. tie. sa Ornodoaa I Lock harll. S.T0, IM: rWlmorrt Doug iKIiknaiai. SIS. ' Tim S IS 4-s. Ambaawdor Dlrort. Adtos Scott: ' sMeean Hal. Imynfilmmy Sons C, xdnfj. M. J.. ales aktrtad. sBroke atrtde; dmf Dm not ante ran. ; BUTTE. Mont. (UP1) The oldest thoroughbred ' world record is -the throe furlong martc eat at S3 by Atoka here oa Sept 7. 190S. ' Over straight " course, however. King Rhymer was timed In -32 fist at Santa Anita on Feb. 27, '1947.. , ..-. ( . ft IUIL0IN6 MATE1UI .; CDITKIS TO SERVE YOU lytowti lumbar : - . .74MBXS "? 6tiiMW Umbar . , Imp-too. : s ' ta : FailMvvilU LBmbaT . i; ,437434 " ; L fodrMtiM f. Fits Ltd. t -i ltmrwsi-mt ' Mm lJrar1-r-m , ', IrUtCfilll tti 7714m . ; PAINTS. WALLPAPER i I CONTRACTING , V: GLASS . , :. 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Myrtle Gar SU1 FONTINATO A COACH GUELPH CP) Lou Fontl- nato. a former defenosman with New York lUngers and Montreal Canadiens la tha National Hockey League, will return to hockey this season as a coach of the Oranteville entry In the Junior "C Division of the On tario Hockey Association, lr was learned hare Thursdsy.'; t flBTT SEX ' SALE CONTINUES c 20 OFF . T - our entire stock of SUMMER SHOES THE SHOE STORE , tl BANK STREET . StiMMSB STOBB BOCBS , Open Ha. ya p.m.. '; Menday a PrMay Satarday S aas. ta I pa. the Ottawa horse wasn't a top choice of the bettors. p. The payoff there was f 16.30 and combined with Jenny Atom, the exact was worth $98.90, RACING TONIGHT Another top card is lined up for tonight at Rideau-Carleton ;.'CTt-K S MINK FOR THE LADY' YXlK- Mrs. iUymonda Tremblay of 182 Kiel Boulevard, Hull, was the happy winner of mink stole last night at Rideaai Carieton Raceway., Making the presentation ; of the Ladies' Night award, is Jack Frost, general manager of Guaranty Trust. t . , nJ TTr4. pra SSNI OjUINELLA . Mik Barnea -. I 1 IS Wtlllama S-l Thunder ohower . 1 S S I. rrr S-l Paor Dtefc ' f 4 a p church 1-1 Tip Top .. S O l- Tueeotla. Jr. S-S Princtlik Jr. 10 ,T H. Pauae s-l Lucky La Sail:. ST V H. Stewart 11-1 S Judy Burton S General rranku. S 4 4 r BellUch 1S-1 S SIC BaokhlU 1S-1 . 7 SECOND Pare, fmrm JNt r.T War Boa ....... I t t W. Huaaey S-l 4 Kay Maria ... Lolonoe ' 4-1 Nor taw d Colleen m a a R. Gammill S-l 5 Ama Ejuuaa S ; R.vCartaa -I S Mua Boaat ....... S S O Knlaht . (-1 Miahty vir . a sm rape a Tripper Grattan r f a 1 w Duntap ' l TSnBOPar. pure SSNI ; . Dutch Aa S 4 S K. Baetwr Mik Ben S 0 O. Pkault Mm Amua . . . 0 4 S K. Iuthim Hy Walauf 4 11 H.'Carlaa. Dtokory Doe 0 T I. Bana Beautlfal Katjt ..STS E. Prlmaau t lH. Corakl jr. a-i Cherry Cake s S D Bobwooa Wumla'a Prtd 8 W. Pyka roCBTSJ Pace, nan SIM: ajtmrCLUI Meplewood-a Chief t 4 I I. McBmlnaioa . -v.. S S D. PM Buck S 4 O. KniaM ' Dochar Joyoa 1 S S Tm-eott. Jr. Mia Amber Aobey , S S S D Duity Ttm amjdy .... S 0 S w Dutard ruunmya tJraaaa . a T a Btar Dtreet . . rutm laaa, paras. Host Slfnal TV T ah trier sac. Coke . Pritchard t E. LanjlUe a a. Olrana la-l T-S 4-1 S-S 0-1 S-l S-l S-l I s-l S-S S-l '- S-S S-l u.t L. Piimj la-l V. Hush la-l S D. Camarm a aurtcd ... THIHO Mil. Iron Billy Hifh iKnndy. 10N. SON. 110; Lura MorrW ( Barry J. SI N. IS JO: Dandy aon iryka. h i. 410 Time 1.11 with ciaht haraca aoina for a i Onyx Boa C. Lm. Bumbla Baa C uima f CI rVWI in 1Kb f.,,..1 r,.Msn .... . . " 1 alao aurted alao atarted. ninth race, trot. Starters in that one will include . tod Hanover, Alayne Scott, Lady Brook T, Heeza Belwin. Bessie Flicka 'Grattan. Jamie's Rose. Ben Away and Lady Ezra. Post time is 8 p m.- Montroal and Irlak Jo alaa atarted alella: SI1J. FIFTH Mil, pact: Blaae Haren Rllllphanti. ISO. I N. s.N; Part Hop Boy 'irarceal. ON, 4 N: Olo On iPartiaTOoi. SN. Tim i ii. Eva Dal. K. O Direct. Ill Tland Molly Patch aUo atari SIXTH Mil, paca: GoTarnore MAW - ' aiXTB Pac. pan SJM: I ma Johnaton I S a O. 4 Abordacn Price . f I S V. B radar Boy -.-...4.1 S R. 5 Mac Mary '..,i. SSI D. Ruebens Lead ' Senior Series . 1 Ruebons downed Champagne Electric 114 Thursday night to win : a . best-of-thres , Ottawa Senior Ladies' Softball League semi-final soriea 2-0. ? Lynne Sheridan pitched the win and Marina Vaillanoourt took the loss. . ' ; . - The other semi-final series between . Brannan's Mill and Pol resworn B : w I H continue Monday.' . ; SARATOGA SPRINGS, NY (UPjy r .The , Trsvsrs, : oldest sukes in tha United States, was named ..for William : R. Trsvsrs, first president of Sara toga race track. I. T M 1 c. a. O Dwyer S Buaaa Hal ....l 1,4 a. Mania S-l 1 Molly O'BlSS -- t l S A, McDeufal S-I S Dominion K. BaaM 4 S S . O. LaRuak , II-1 t aiormy Way ,..- S I B. Parklna ' II-; r"r " " ' " B. Brae A. St K A. B. C. Barhlw THE OTTAWA JOURNAL 19 Rideau Carleton riRST Mile N Umy Lyna'Prld iCurraal. S la. ISO. t ta. iCokai, a S. SIS. 18. Hih Tub , Maryland - Ha tCajnerooi. 42. Direct iStrphenaoai. IS. ISO: IwllK: Pali Oanl iPrtataatll. S 00 Potomac W. Chandleri. 10 Tim I IS I-S. Baj H . Mlfhty Rhythm. Burt Direct. Rock? Q colt ana Muneyaaa alaa atarted. Oulatlla: SSS.SS. SECOND Milt. Para: Da men Expreee (Prttrhardl. IS4S. eat. 4 10: Da la Oregon I Bergeron I, 4 JO. ISO; Col Botey iHuanai, 1 20 Tuna t IS. Mr. OBanloo. North-wood Ailca. Joan a Boir. Gloem- Inie Klna ana Donna Da la alaa si i - - . BXACTA "1 C. Cok S-l I. Blaeonett 14 O. Lalood . 4-1 w. pyk. sr. s-a Y. Daman S-l B. Cartaea S-l E. Norn ' I S-l V. Laraa . 1S-1 SPECIALS .... ' - ( SUMMER - . ' STRAW HATS ' I SHIRTS ;. POLOS ; PYJAMAS BOYS' SHIRTS etc, etc, etc (ALIL'S Htn'i and Soys' ear , 1 I Opes) Tuaa, to Sat. r ..") , ajsw to Mi. . , 393 Urk 4ml 233-ttdt SAYE-SAVE-SAYE - LUMBER ftveott Mwjta A CeyMMTlffw aUS-ltOt ' Tlma S 10 Slnalna Surj Hand- Bill. Daw tarlr Uikt. lao atarted. , SEVENTH Mil, trot: Wild Indian iCurram. 14 N. 4 1. IN: Donny Brooke IHuahul. IN. I N: Caia Hum iTureoU. Jr.i, IN Tim IM.. Happy Yale. Score, Victory, Avon and Twinkl Comot la atartad I qelarlla: IIS.I. EIGHTH Mita. aao SouUirn Town iMcMIIUni. 14.10. 0 10. 4 00;; L Bidden iSllllpkantl. 0 10. Dmm Klnf iPyka. Sr I, IN Time I OS tan Star. Marry' Ptpr, liter Cnlef H. Doctor BUckle and Cotonel McOraaor ala. atartd fOURTH 'a mil, pace: Bud1 NINTH Mil, eeoe' Wayna CaitkHoa (A. Prkei. 10N. 4.10., Brook i Dully I. N.N. M. 110:; SN: Kathleen Pointer irarae.!at CMf C. iNorriai. S 10. Sin; SN, SN: Pitne Camion frorrl. windear C. duet ijokiutoni. SN IM; Time 1.10 1-1 Uttl Johnny Ttm SOT. Canada Ban. Waa La! Caa. Ik C.. Sealch Tropical. Mia. Sail, ftaaawood Kay. Poplar Clla- Jerry alao urtrd. TENTH Mil, pace: Sapphire I Dlrort Damaral. ION. 010. IN;. Jenny Atom IWUllamal. S N. IM: : Nancy Jo iLaRuahi. 4 00 'Tlma: TonUn Guy. trUh. T1 toothy Meadow. Attomer Prtd. Bub let Swtfl Pick. Dean MdCpl i. land J n nan sacui ISSN. No-Hitters Feature 'j Little League Play A pair ofno-hitters featured Little League action Thursday. Danny Belanger of the Dodgers set the Giants down with a no-hitter- in Elmvale Acres plav to pitch his team into the league flnals. : Over st City View southpaw Brian Delfino pitched Athletics to s 6-0 win over Bucs with s no-hitter to square their semifinal series. , Belanger struck out 14 and walked only one to lead his Club to the 2-0 win, Brian McSheffrey doubled home both runs, in the third inning. Delfino etruck out II and walked two. ' ' . BLMVALS ACBBS - oiairt ooo ooo a i Dodeon oos om s s a Danny O -Cunt II ana Peter Vrldsta; Imaap BaUnaar ami Paul Motr. . ' Rideau Gdrlelbn Entrie j: -;'-t;rIRIES FOR SATURDAY owA vT" rv CITY VIEW Buccaneer . 000 000 0 athletic 001 04 4 Bill BeauTOfard and Broom Meld: Brtaa Deifuw Dous Drapar. AT MEBIVALB s t a Paul cub i iii sol a oi Bur . . lie ill I II 4 Mark Ball and Bill Ooadman: Chuck Murphy and Bar! Robin Hit Roblnaon iBoarai. , Rider Stars ' To Welcome Blood Donors Rough ' Rider stars Dave Thelen and Ken Lehmann will welcome blood donors next Monday afternoon at the weekly blood donor dlnie at 634 Brotuon Avenue. . The players will be at the clinic from 1.30 to 3 JO p.m. end the Red Cross invites volunteer donors te drop in and meet them.' ' Althoush the Red Cross says it has been able to meet all requirements for blood trans fusions during the critical Sum' mer period, it says that one bad Ml clinic at tha present time could create an emergency. Every donor available Is needed dur big the next few weaka. . .. UlVc t Axmifcir. Ml men asvENTB-Pa1. poni sioai ejVWBtXa M.TL-Tbe closed circuit' television HI Widower ..-. a I e O. Pa race - S-l Donor M. .. I I S A. St. Amour t-s Kohararia . S 4 IK. O ileal S-S Bocky Coaat S 4 I A. McOousaU S-l Mister Bird . , 4 0 0 o Knietit s-l Hna Atom .. ! S S S B. Wiuiama S-l O Henry VoU ... , a 1 a O. Ouoola lo-l Bok C Oral Emu Jay .toa ... a a E10BTB Paca. pane soooi Tern meeh Chief . 1 S S Oooolera Knob .". S 4 1 Prtne MehaUM SSI Bhadyeal MrMml SIS Adtoa Guy S S S Hal O. Atom s S I Shodydaw Edward t 4 S Mlaa, Bar P-K-B S 4 4 NIKTB Par, pnrae siooo: " Prima Pick -,- 11 S Harry Johnaloa . 4 ' I ,1 Billy Bhytha S 4 t Pleasant Way .-. S S S Peter Bomh . S S Locky an . ' S S S Innaeowt Bok ... 0 1 S . Vine ear Boy S S t TEWTSI Para, par Siest ' Amerlron Orrt A. : S S I Anthony Droaai . -T 4 4 Tornado La .... t I s Btar-a PI ret ...... SSI . Hardy Merrt SOS Lm Ann Olrc ' S 0 1 Lrlll J a Oraltaa 4 1 S . B. OontmlU I S-l 0. lehaalrat S-S M. Berreroa T-s O ., LaBuaB : S-S It. Curraft S-l E Land 11 . S-l SSarhainn S-l A. Pyk 1-1 W. Pyk. it 1S-I 4- 1 5- l S-l a-t r S-l 1-1 1S-1 at Atlantic City race track shows the running hone on one half of the screen and the numbers of the four leading horses on the other. Names and Numbers For Tonight's Game WINNIPEG 11 Ploen lj Ledyird 21 Fleming 22 Hansen 23 Cooper . 24 Miller 27 Rowland 29 Lewis 30 Delveaux 51 Latourelle ' 32 Janzen , 34 Junes 35 Hagberg 43 Robson . 44 Warren 48 Bruzell 52 Burkholder 53 Gray ' 65 Thorson 58 Ash 61 Hamelin 62 Savole 63 Patrick 64 Piper 66 Whisler 67 Rigney 70 Rauhaus 72 Locke 77 Pitts 78 Dunford Gas Leads Semi-Final Ottswa Gas led 5-3 over St. Joseph's after six innings in Ottawa Senior S p o it s m e n 's League in the second gsme of their best-of-seven semi-final series. .'The gsme will be resumed Sundsy at 8 p.m. at Hydro Field before their regularly scheduled contest.' Thursdsy's game was celled by darkness. Doug Miltmore worked for Ottawa Gas with Yvon Mercier catching. - Guy Royer and Gaston Dealoges made up the SL Joseph's battery. Hugh M. Grant snd Inter- provincial meet tonight aj 9 45 p.m. in the fourth game of their semi-final. Grant's lead the series 3-0. . , . . HAMILTON Zuger 0 Faloney 10 Cosentino 11 Krou&e 14 Orant 18 Clmba 19 Sutherln 22 Kuntz 23 Baker 25 Henley 26 Boris 30 CeppetiW-44 Miksza 46 Kilrea 50 Cureton 51 , Kelly 54 Nagurskl 60 Barrow 1 Oossage-7-63 PikuU 65 Mosca 68 ; ViU 70 Hmiel 72 Karcz 73 Neuman 74 Crisson 75 Patterson 77 Golds ton 76 EFC Records Montreal . Ottawa' . Toronto . Hamilton PWL IFAP . 3 3 0 0 70 H . 3 2 I 0 SO S3 4 .3120 17 M 2 . 2 0 2 0 IS 4S 0 QUINCAILLERIC 1SV akfamanaaaVamaBammTamm. HARDWARE COMPANY V v OOStD MOKDiT Dusne .ucun Ua AJrL to M P.M. 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