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12 THE OTTAWA JOURNAL MONDAY, AUGUST 24. 19M U.S. Juniors Sweep Canadian Tennis Championships in Rain By JEAN SOUTH WORTH of Th Journal Some of the best tennis seen in Ottawa this season took place in dmrling raii on the weekend when the ISM Canadian Open Junior Tennis Championships were pushed to conclusion on sonny courts at the Rideau Lawn Tennis Club Saturday's rain p i a y e d havoc with what promised ts - be a I!a prnfran featuring the finals of II of the 13 events n the week-long! competition. SHOWERS HALT PLAY Only two matches, the finals of the boys and girls 14 singles, had been completed when showers brought play to a halt. With players anxious to leave for , other tournaments, It was finally decided . to proceed with the, matches on the club's all - weather courts, regardless of a persistent drirzle. Lights recently installed on four of t h court were toon brought into service as darkness came on long before the normal time. The mixed doubles' event, still in the semi-finals, was cancelled and one of the teams in the girls l doubles final found it necrssary to default, but all the o rjh e r matches were completed Saturday except the boys I single final. It was set over until Sunday morning. Heavy rain Saturday night brought further worries, but the Rideau groundsmen, who had 'done yeoman service throughout the rain plagued tnumam e n I. succeeded m getting a court into playable ' condition' in time for the concluding match. . The contest brought together ,At mislead Neely. a 17-year-old player (mm Tampa, Florida, who ranks among the top Juniors in the United States, and Bob Puddicombe of Vancouver, one of the two Canadian finalists in the open tournament. Puddicombe. who recently turned It, captured the Canadian closed Junior title a week ago. NEELY WINS OUT After Puddicombe had evened up mailers in the second set, Neely went ahead strongly in the third to win out 8-1. S-7, t-l. Neely held a one-game advantage on a number of occasions In the closely fought second set but at 14 Puddicombe brok his opponent's service and then held his own to make it 7-1. Neely appeared to be on his way to finishing off the match with a mve set when the Vancouver player pulled through match . point ra take the sixth game. The American got the next one, however, for a count of 8-1. A highlight of Saturd ay's . play was the hoyV'll doubles final In which Neely and 17. year-old Bob Karp of Lot Angeles overcame M 1 1 c a n stars Marcetla Lara and Luia Garcia, 14. 8-J. 84. Although played onder tights tn rain which often ex-' eeeded a drtole, the match produced many brilliant exchanges. Neely had the special disadvantage. of wearing glasses in the ratal and Carcia was playing with a borrowed racquet because an out-of-towa official had Inadvertent fy (one off with the young; player's tennis bag. TOP GIRL PLAYER The girts II singlet title was won by 17 year-old Louisa Gonnerman of River Edge, N4 who defeated Satan Dyket, 18-year-old A mart-tan player, g-1. 4. Mitt Dykes, who live la Warren, Michigan, wat one of the representatives from t a e 8-A-L-E 500 BICYCLES New, 28.88 aw Second Hand, til t rnirts in tows . tBAna in tod old Mat BYLES A Co. M3-3S7 Bank St. SStVMIl MarLas lima COAL COKE OIL HEATING EQUIPMENT - - C : CAI.I, t TODAY ' . 235-1439 I 387 Laurier Av. W. It, J f in, ,A Hoxie tennis school in H tn-fXamik. iss Gonnerman has stack ed tip an imposing list of hnnnrs this season. These include (he (Vew Jersey State and Eastern United States clay courtsX titles In the 18-and-under category. She also won the women's singles events In the Connecticut State and the Eastern U.S. clay courts champions hips and was runner-up for t h e New York State women's,1 "lit. . V THREE TITLES EACH , Two - highly, promising American players George Taylor of Houston, Texas, and Connie Xtpoui . of Mid-dletown, Ohio each made oft with three titles tat t h a younger age groups. Both were runpers-up this year for the U.S. national U-and-under championships. Taylor captured the C a n a-dssn boys .11 title Saturday (ien he overcame top-seeded John Hainline of Detroit 7-J. t-l. 7-5 after the latter had held two match points at S-4 in the final set. In the boys 14 final, Taylor scored a 4-1. 4-1 win over Roger Skillings of Victoria, the Canadian closed champion in this age. group. Taylor also teamed with Brian Gottfried of Cape Coral, Florida, the current U.S. national boys 12 champion, to take the boys 14 doublet honors. They beat Tom Suher of Springfield, Mass., and John Adams of Haverf o r d. Pa., tl, 8-1. Mist Capoui. who it II, downed 11-year-old Marilyn Aschner of Jamaica. NY, In the girls It final and Emily Fisher of Hamtramck In the girls 14. In both cases the score was l-l. t-l. She also combined with Miss Fisher to win (4, (-1 over Mar) o r I a Gengler of Long Island and Jade Schiffman of Riverdale, NY la the girlt 14 doubles final. Mis Gonnerman and Miss Aschner won the girlt Is doubles by default over Vicki Rogers of Rye, NY, and Sue Leyden of Hamtramck when Mist Leyden had to leave for a tournament in Jamaica. A number of the players are lo take part hi a competition between teams from Canada and the Eastern United States scheduled tn begin today in Lake Placid. NY. and In Canada New England matches slated for Wednesday in Boston. - Saints Win On Free Kick A penalty kick awarded to John Szabo provided St, An thony 't with a 2-1 decision over Falcons In ODFA "A" division soccer action at Brewer Park Sunday. Malta Fiorin scored the other goal for the winnert while Ian Rota tied the score at l-l for Falcons. Szabo't goal followed a heated protest from Falcons after the referee, Harry Jones, awarded Szabo the free kick. Ia "B" division gam. Sun day, Itato Canadian received goals front Fern Sccrvino knd Ubatdo Marchetchi to thade Alemania 2-1. H. Fentel averted a shutout for the loser. Hotlandia "B" and Concordia played to a 1-1 stalemate after overtime la an Open Cup gam Saturday. Harry Van Dyke scored for Holland! and Rocco Frangionc received credit for the Concordia goal which wat accidentally placed Into the net by a Hotlandia defender. The game will b replayed. An A section gam It slated tonight at Brewer starting it p.m., betwM Hollandia and Olytnpia. ( f p- , , r- L JUNIOR TENNIS FINALISTS J . I. - j These players look part in Dnala of tha Canadian Open Junior Tennit Championships alithe Rideau Club on tha weekend. In the front are George Taylor of Houston, fexaa. and Connie Capozzi of Middletown, Ohio, both of whom picked up three titlea in tha under-1 8 and under-1 4 categories. Behind them -are, left to right, Louis Gonnerman of River Edge, NJ, winner of the girlt 18 tingle title; Artnittead Neely of Tampa, Florida, boys IS tingles and doublet winner, Susan Dyket of Warren, Michigan, runner-up in the girlt 18 tingle event; and Bob Puddicombe of Van couver, runner-up for the Little Leaguer Answers Father's Dying Wish LOUISVILLE. Ky. (AP) -Richard Sxal. 14, answered hit father' dying with and pitched Matsepequa Park, N.Y., to th Senior LIB I League championship Saturday. Th 1-1 victory in th till ended three days, of pressure for th boy, who commuted between his suburban New York home and Louitvill during th scries. Richard pitched th opening victory Thursday night, new home for tba funeral of his father, Ludwig, 4), and returned her Friday night to play the outfield in another' triumph. . . Hit lather pitching coach of tha team, died ; Tuesday during one of the team' practice sessions on Long Island. ITALIA TRfUMTHS TORONTO CP Toronto Italia defeated Montreal Italia 9-0 in an Eastern Canada pro fessional soccer gam her Saturday night that was called with 10 minute left to play. Refer Hugh McLean stopped the match play ia heavy rain. after Montreal manager Aldo CeccM ran on to th field when th referee ordered Ales Band! out of th gam for abutivt language. NEW YORK (UM Former New York Giant lineman Andy Robuttefli hold th NFL rec ord for th most fumble re covered, lifetime, with .21. TIME CLOCKS v' .' f ' ; '- " ' "' . Solve Payroll Problems I .mWAJCl IKOSDCKS JOB tUT IKOKDOS ' fME STAMK v OFFICE APPUAXCES .UmITED 1 ia27S QUEEN mtEET . MI-TMI (4 Unot)' , ' Ft Parking on our owa lot at Kent and Quan . Open Saturday ontf 1200 bomi "L. ,'.. lPSl mi V: - ' boys 18 crown. i . i "Before he died he told me to win." Richard rotated at th start of th series, "and that' what I'm going to do wia." Lake Ontario Swimmers Share Money TORONTO (CP) - Egyptian Abdel Latif Abou Heif didn't make H all the way In th U mil Canadian National Exhibi tion ssVim Friday, but he still got a fair chunk of th priie money. Heif, a 37-year-old army major who wat dragged out of th fretting water four mile short of hit goal, was awarded $4.' 40 Saturday at th CNE sports committee tpltt up 112,423 of the total purs of I17.M0. It was th largest prite.any of the 18 starters received, but H wat still considerably lest than th t7.M Heif would have received had he finished. The- committee decided to spread tha. money among th twimmtri, none of whom finished. : ' , -,-.' .' They giv $1.8N Holland-bora Judith d Nyt, J2, now living In London, Out., who wat pulled out of th water within when ah wat running second sight of ' Toronto' shore Una behind Heif. . . : George Park , of Toronto, a 1IM Canadian 104-metr Olympic representative who cam out of th water II minutes after Mist d Nyt was handed JI.25 for third plac and Charles Graver, 44, of Boston, th last swimmer to leave th water, IIM. , Greta Anderson of California received $771, Ken Jensen of Vancouver got ttM and Mo-homed, Zaitoon of Egypt received MW.' Th other 11 entrant each received" 19. . Journal Want Ad bring quick result. .V 'l Its I' WSSSSSSWMWWSSWS i iJeunul fhots bV DomlaiM WM Ken Venturi Takes Top Open Money AKRON.' Ohio (AP) Ken Venturi breezed to a five-stroke victory and first-prit money of S7.S04 Sunday in the SM.aN American Golf Classic. Ha had a final round of J5-J4-1 and a 27S tout. Tha U.S. 0 p a champion started th closing round with a two-ttrokt lead over Mason Rudolph, stretched It to four at the turn and wrapped It up with a birdie two on No. 12 while Rudolph was taking a one-over par four. , With Tony Lema, A. avoid Palmer. Jjack Mickfaut and Bill Collins unable to" conquer winds of IS IO-2S mile an hour, Vta-turi played a cautious, steady game, . ttnnging together II part before nailing hit talc-tell' ing birdie. - Rudolph closed with a 17-35 72 for an vn-par 284 to finish second, one stroke ahead of Arnold Palmer who had a 3S-34 -4t and 281. Rudolph picked up t4.M and Palmer (1.308. Jack Nicklaut finished fourth with . 38-N-71 and 28S for S2.M. George Knodson of Toronto finished In a tl for fifth plac with 72-72-71-71 281, winning S2.2M. r At Balding of Toronto col lected. $80 with a scor of 71- 74-7148 28. '--y CANADIAN AMATEUR -? Weslock Beats Cowan On 36th Hole for Title if SASKATOON (CP). - Gary Cowan of Kitchener, . Ont.. Saturday . pushed defending champion Nick Weslock of Toronto to the final hole be lore the veteran Weslock captured a one-up victory In the H-hole final tor the 8M Cana-diaa amateur golf championship. e Weslock retained th till be won last year by beating Bert Ticehursl of Vancouver. He also won the championship in 1817 when he defeated Tad "Homeniuk of Winnipeg STARTS QUICKLY ' In this year' final. Wet-lock started quickly lor a three-up lead at th end of the ' morning round. . After t h a t point, th 48-yeaNild champion needed all the skill and knowledge acquired in 28 years of top competition lo stave off hi 28-year-old challenger. It wa the lint time Wes- 'lock and Cowaa had met In th Canadian amateur final,. Cowan won the championship in 1881. He has been runner- lip three times. '- Weslock had an approximate two ' over par medal scor of .142 and Cowan 144 for th M boles of match play over th par 78 Saskatoon Riverside court. Wesl o c k . ... was even in th morning round and two over during the afternoon. Cowan , was even With par .in the afternoon after a shay 74 over the first II holes.' Wtslock opened with a birdie on the first bole and mt'tchedXowan until the sixth when he- went two up Tith ' another birdie. Thjy halved-the long par-five eighth with birdies and made the first turn with Weslock ahead by two hole. ' . On the Ifth hole Cowan cut -the margin to one-up w h a. Weslock three-putted. Weslock' parred the 14th to go two up again and then holed a 7-foot putt on the 11th to take a " three-bole lead. Cowan parred th 18th to reduce the edge la two -hole agia. but Weslork'i par three -on the 17th put him three-up once more after Cowan over-ishot the green on the 121-yard hoi. f. After lunch Cowan won th 18th. rd and 24th holes to square th match.. Cowan missed a chance for an eagl on th 518-yard 34th, but won with a blrdi a Weslock ' settled for par. . , Weslock moved two holes kt front again by . winning the par-three 2Sta and the IBS-yard '28th before Cowaa Mary Lou Whirwill Seventh in Swim TROIS-RIVIERES. Que. (CP) Jean Lacoursir of Montreal won, Trois-Rlvle res' annual 18-mile International marathon swim Sunday, hit fourth victory in the seven-year history of th vnt. La counter won' In four hours. IS minute, 11 second, ending at three the string of victories held in the race by Herman Willemse of th Nether lands. Roberto Reta of Argentina waa second tn 4:18:08 and Willemse third in 4:21:81 in the event held tn an outdoor pool at. the exhibition grounds here. Placmgt of other finishers included: 4. Dick Boygardi, Yugoslavia 4:28:31; I. George Fort-bey, Toronto ,4:28:18; 8. George Mextadra. Argentina 4:31:38; 7. Mary Lou WhitwilL Ottawa 4: 30:48. settled down to his best golf of the day. Weslock holed a 21-(ooter oh the 28th. THREE BIRDIES Cowan fird three successive birdies to win the 28th and lltt,'tio!es and square the match. 'Weslock also had a birdie on the 30th. On the 30th. a 318-yard par four, Cowan drove the green while Weslock chose a safer approval with an Iron. Cowan two-putted lor a birdie but Weslock halved th bole with a fine 20-foot putt Cowan pushed his drive behind tree to the right of the fairway on the 33rd and Weslock won th hole with par to go ahead again. , Weslock found difficulty on the 34th, -and nearly, mad, a spectacular par belore Cowan fa y",:. -a, j Lr uSst-o'J ... t v- , ....... ... "... ' "V. .'I'.; - K.--.--: JL) -,f. Everything you can ask for in a car! Oldsmobile from Myers 'Motors. StYXS. power, action, glam- -our, Irom Olds. Maximum trade-in allowance, excellent terms, supreme service, dynamic deal, from Myers Motors. There's the proper combination. , "'-.', See the top selection of Oldamo-biles now at Myers Motors . . Myers Motors Co. Ltd. , ELGIN AT CATHERINE 233-1411 ; ... ...... . . y . ... ,,'v. :. i - - llATTLE Nick Weslock, Toronto (right) stands with cup after beating Gary Cowan (left) Kitchener, Ont., one up in the final of the Canadian Amateur golf championships Saturday. Weslock also won In 195? and 1963. Cowan held the title In 1961. , lC.JMnMl WlwpOMo Charleston" Stops. Rifles MONTREAL ' fallback Dave Castinelli scored three touchdown Sunday night to If ad the Charleston Rocket to a raio-apailered 33-19 victory over Quebec Rifle in a preseason United Football League exhibition gam. Both teams are new entries In the league. The Rockets,' coached by Perry Moat, spoiled th horn debut of the Rifle with convincing win. Th gam was witched by 8,343 fan in the 22.000-teat capacity Delorimier Stadium, one-time home of the defunct Montreal Royal International League baseball team. - Other Charleston touchdown were scored by fullback Tom Munsey and Sammy Weir. Place-kicker Richard Zigrino kicked five convert. Quebec' halfback Bob Blak-ley booted two Held goal and on convert for seven points. Quarterback Armando Alba and flanker Ron McCauley each got touchdowns. they're beauties.' Youll never , make a better deal than now on-a 1964 Olds ! .' ' , , And once you're in the Oldsmobile class, you've made the switch to the finest. : Now, the oppor-tunlty Is here. At Myers Motors. . : f '", :.'y- v 'y 0yj:-riyYf: y vened the match once more. Cowan plunked his second shot on the green and Weslock' was partly stymied by a tree in rtfught about 288 yards from the tree. The champ smashed his second shot oyer the green into a gully. A run-up shot settled nine feet from the pin and Weslock caught a' piece of th hole with his putt. On the 31th, Cowan 't tee ThoL.rolled off the green into ' heavy grass near a water . hatard and hit approach was short. . Cowan just missed a birdie on the final hole which would L have squared the match ', again. His putt was an inch wide and Weslock left himself with aa easy 'putt for a . half to end. the match. OVER Quadrangle Tops Field .. , ... i -, .... ' InTravers NEW YORK ffP) Quad-rangle won the I3ih running of The Travers at Saratoga Spring Saturday, Th victory wat no surprise, but what wat unexpected wl th close finish In th 1'4-mll test for three-year-olds. Only a mighty surge In the final 78 yards brought Quadrangle home a half-length ia front of Knightly Manner. i Hill Rise, the early pac tetter, finished third on a rain-sodden, treacherout track. Quadrangle, . whose . victory over Northern Dancer in 'the Belmont Stake cut hort E. P. Taylor' dreamt of winning th Triple Crown for three-year-olds, was timed In 1:M J-S la the SSO.SSS Travers. ' For Summer Hemes All-Season Vacation Home ' i I Permanent Home ' 1 .'J. . t. VISIT'' f: S t ADVANCED PREFABS ITD. .: .!J(.nJ-s :: Mwtsat riMwIaf Avallsklt "Stores for Menw Wellington at Holland .y . 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