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lima CAR RACING but wrap the track up and take it home with him ahe lapped Rodger Ward '2 times for a runaway, record speed victory in the Tony Bettenhauser 200-mile big car race at State Fais. Park Sunday. Jones, of Torrance, Calif., set a record lor the 200-miler with an average speed of 104.54 miles per hour. The old record was 104.481 set last year by J I m Clark ot Scotland. He did It before a record crowd of 38.434, and also became the first man to wins' ill three races at the state fair, including the 150 and 200-mile stock car races. Jones lumped pff to the lead, held it through the 13th lap, lp! it to Bobby Manhman of Potts-town, Pa., then grapped It back from htm in the 20th and never let it go is 'he lapped second-place linUher Ward of Indianapolis, lnd.. nearly 2 times before the checkered flag waved. It was the first big car race on the United States Auto Club (USAC) circuit this year not won Jay. A- J- Fovt ot Housjmn, Tex., whc) had put together a even-rac win string. For all practical purposes, Foyd didn't even get started. Driving a Lotus Ford for the first time, he. made a pit stop before the first lap was over, returned for one more lap and quit for good when his car couldn't hold In high gear. Finishing third behind Ward, who drove a rear engine Ford, was Marion Andretti of Hiazareth, Pa. Bud Tingelstad, Dayton. Ohio; finished fourth Exeter 4? Peterboroufth 2 Scunthorpe S Bristol C 2 Walsall IV Gillinghara I Watford 2 Hull 1 I ' Workington 4 Port Vale, I Divisiea IV. Aldershot 1 Chester t Bradford t Donoaster 2 Brighton 3 Barrow 1 Darlington Newport I Lincoln 4 Hartlepools 2 Oxford 4 Crewe Alex 2 Southport 1 Chesterfield Stockport 1 Millwall 4 Torquay V 2 Bradford C 2 Tranmere t Halifax 2 Wrexham 4 NoUs County York City 2 Rochdale 1 SCOTTISH LEAGUE CUP Aberdeen 2 Rangers 4 Albion 1 Arbroath 2 Ayr U I Berwick Clyde 4 Queen's Pk 1 Dumbarton I Morton 1 Dundee U 2 Dundee ) Dunfermline 2 Airdrieonians I East Fife 1 Ralth , Forfar 1 Alloa ,' Heart 0 'Kilmarnock 1 Montrose I Queen of S I , . .' Motherwell 2 Falkirk 1 :, Partick T 1 Celtic St. Mirren 2 St. Johnstone Stenhousemuir 1 E Stirling 2 Stirling 4 Cowdenbeath ; , Stranraer 2 Hamilton I Thd Lanark Hibernian 2 IRISH LEAGUE Cliftonvitle 0 Ballymena I Colerame Clentoran 2 Derry City S Crusaders I Distillery 2 Ards 1 Lfnfield 1 Glenavon I Portadown Bangor I Pa. in a Ford powered Cobra, and Johnny Rutherford of Ft. Worth, Tex. fifth. KILLED IN CRASH ' SPRINGFIELD. IILKUPI) -A. J. Foyt Saturday won the 100-mile auto race at the. Illinois State Fair in which veteran driver Bill Horstemeyer, Madison, Wis., was killed in a fiery crash. Foyt, Houston, Tex., battled Bobby. Marshman, Alien! own. Pa., wheel-to-wheel for the last 20 laps of the race to extend his string on the national champion circuit to seven consecutive wins. But it was on the 27th lap that the capacity crowd of 13.-000 saw the 35-year-old Horstemeyer roar otl the northw 1 1 turn ot the speedway, grate the fence on the right side of the homestretch, , lose a wheel and flip end over end three times, before coming to rest on the' other side of the track. The car hatred next to a fence, trapping Horstemeyer inside. Seconds later, the car burst into flames. Horstemeyer was rushed to St. ' John's Hospital where he died of extensive burns a short time later, Horstemeyer had driven for 12 years. WINS ENDURANCE TEST WATKINS GLEN. NY (UPI) Ed Lowther of McMurray, led all (he way Sunday to win Lawn Bowling Tournament Begins Today "l . ' VANCOUVER (CP) The Canadian Lawn Bowling chain pionships, looking less than ever like an old man's- tournament, opens here today with a (ore- cast of ideal weather. The three-day championships are the 10th under the Cana dian Lawn Bowling Council and this year brings a seventh pro ince into competition for t h e first time, adding Nova Scotia to- Quebec, Ontario, ..Manitoba, Saskatchewan. Alberta and British Columbia. . Each province is represented by a singles Champion, pairs and team and (ours team. The 41 entrants will engage In round-robin tournament. Among the men shooting for the singles title defended by Alex (Sandy) Houston, 70, of Vancouver, will be 24-year-old Karl' Beacom of Sdrrbor 0 n g h, Ont. Ontario also has a young crew In Ray ReideL 27. and Joe Dorsch, 31. of Waterloo, defending the. pairs championship. Junior Grid Standings (NTtaraovmciAL JtiNioa W L T F APIS Trojans 1 0 !J t t Soonr I 1 I I II I Eastvlc t I I III I MONTREAL JUNIOR TMH I 0 0 I I NOG . I I III I I I 1 I 1 II t REDS BUY COKER CINCINNATI. Ohio (UPI) The Cincinnati Reda Sundavl purchased Catcher Jim Coker f fmm rtMiMM Af h Dar-ifii- Coast League and optioned first baseman Tony Perez to their San Diego farm club on ZVbour recall. , : . I I Stdmps Face Rough riders Minus Di I lard REG1NA (CP) - How much will Calgary Stampeders mis halfback Jim Dillard? . : This question may be answer- ed tonight wben the .Western Football Conference club In vades Regina for a battle with ' the surprising , Saskatchewan Rolishrlder. , DiUarO, who runs, blocks and is an excellent pass receiver. suffered an ankle fracture In an Aug. 17 game In Calgary against Ldmonton Eskimos. Kooaie .tea woods will re place the 2$-year-old Dillard In the Calgary offensive backfleld. rrm ssstta to taks. iMt a traSM that Cann Man stralsktoa tr. Oar kl(h pre (Moa eaiaaimt.i htk4 up kr 4 r.ars' xptrUmt; smraaton tt nasakle saUstactlea. V CaVCVw4T ' the Glenn 500 endurance race for production sports cars. Driving over a hazardous. rain-slick track, Lowther and co-driver Bob Nagel of Bethel Park, Pa., averaged IK.93 mpo during the gruelling five-hour and 45-minute race. BAND1NI TOPS FIELD ZELTWEG. Austria 1UPI) Lorenzo Bandini of Italy drove an Italian Ferrari to victory Sunday in the Austrian Grand Prix which was marked by series of chassis troubles and the failure of all the favorites, Richie Gtnther . of Santa Monica, Calif., in a BRM, placed second and Bob Ander sonn of Britain, in a Brabham Climax, took third. The 2J-,- year - old Ban dinR clocked1 2:4.11.23 for the 105-lap event on the tricky two mile circuit of the Zeltweg airport track. This was an average of 99.7 miles an hour. The car of Phil Hill of Los Angeles, Calif., caught f I r e alter (1 lap and was destroyed but Hill escaped unhurt. All three leaders in the world championship table Graham Hill, Jim Clark and John Sur- tees dropped out after chassis troubles caused by the extreme ly bumpy Zeltweg concrete track. The same happened to U.S. racer Dan Gumey, In a Brabham Climax, who led 'he field for nearly half the race. Canadian Judo Team Beats US. TORONTO (CP) - the Cana dian judo team won the Cana dian National Exhibition Judo Championship Saturday by de feating the United States crew At the end of Regular com- petition Canada arid the United States were tied resulting in a fight-off between .one man from each team. Canada's Doug Rogers, Montr real native who has been teaching English in Tokyo during the last two years, defeated American team captain Kojl Oshima of Cleveland with a pin-down. Members of the winning Canadian team were captain Dave Malloy of Camp Borden, Ont., Nick Bleyendaal and Don McClelland, both of Toronto, and Doug Falllaize, Oshawa. Gas, St Joe s Remain Tied Ottawa Gas and SL Joseph's remain deadlocked in their, best-of-seven Senior Sports-!. ' . men's Softball Uague eml- EDGEWOOD final following Sunday's action.' Bill ' Greensway , defeated Gas won a game which wu nnk "Pr J lh r.nt mfim, .i . inninrn laatl Stewart Clarke Trophy for the Thursday by a 6-3 score. After completing tnat contest , " , Joseph's came back In the reg.;'0" to "Rrrv e w I s' ular scheduled contest nd;TlroPnv ,h ladies' elb -nnM Hum limMln tha final In. I "amotonshlp. - ' , ningforaM victory to square' the series at two games apiece. Fifth came is slated for La rocque Park in Wrlghtvilie' Tuesday night at 6.30 p.m. 'm jaseph"::' oioo-j Gu f!tinia a a Doul Mlttmon M Yo Mar.' & .a' Ror" U,B jlMk Ann AM a a ' - Jio ISO m. JJ Diui Humor'. conrad auMcartwr i, luvmnanaicap at tne uieniea uolf .lr,Hrusi!i.Dm T"tn (T' '""' Club. He defeated Lome Lesage l J and I. Dillard will not be able to play for two month. , Calgary and Saskatchewan are tied In second place, three points behind the league-leading British Columbia Lions. ' Saskatchewan eliminated Calgary from the WFC playoff last .Fall in major upset and In the league opener Aug. 1 In Calgary staged a great-second- half rally to wkt K-4. .a Calgary who also lot to Lions, icored two easy victories over the floundering Edmonton Eskimo. Saskatchewan beat Calgary and Winnipeg Blue Bomber but dropped both games to British Columbia. SAVE-SSVE-SVF LUMBER Freaeott Hwy. at Cteanrteti 825-1808 mhmm J. - i , MONDAY, ACST 24, 19i 14 THE OTTAWA JOURNAL INTERNATIONAL fiindree and Pease Capture Endurance Prix at Mosport ORONO. Ont. ' (CP) Don Kindree of Burlington and Al Pease of Toronto guided their Aujtin-Healey 3000 to first place over rain washed Mosport Track near here i Saturday. in the Sundown Grand Prix oh Endurance. I The pair completed 101 laps of the :W-mile track in lour hours, one minute and M.4 seconds fJ an avefage speed of B l mile per nour. Albert Hoogenboom and Roily Stinson, both of .Toronto, com- pleted 99 laps to b bring their Volvo P-1800 home second. three laps ahead of Peter Lerch v and Tom Moore, both of Montreal. In their XK-E Jaguar. The four-hour race into darkness, the first ever held at night at Mosport. began shortly be fore 7 p.m. in a steady down - pour of rain. The deluge con tinued throughout the' race soaking drivers and turning the track Into a greasy rtDoon ni asphalt. - Despite the conditions, only four of the 22 starters did not complete the race. Gord Pepper and D. P. Innes of Ottawa held the lead in a Whitton Special until the 28th lap when Kindree took over. Pepper was forced lif withdraw shortly after the half-way mark when a minor fire damaged his car's electrical system during a pit atop. JONES BEATS FOYT WEST ALUS. Wis. (UPI) -Parnelli Jones did everything UK Soccer Scores LONDON (Reuters) - Re sults of soccer matches Saturday in the United Kingdom: ENGLISH LEAGUE ' Division I Aston Villa 1 Leeds 2 Burnley 2. Blackpool 1 Fulham I West Ham 2 Liverpool J Arsenal 2 Man United 2 West Brom Notts 41 Birmlnajiara 2 Sheffield W I Blackburn , Stoke City Evertoo I Sunderland 2 Leicester 1 Tottenham Sheffield U I . Wolverhampton I Chelsea - Dhrtalea II-Bury SwindWI v'-Cardiff Ipswich Charlton 2 Man City I Coventry 2 Plymouth '; Crystal P 2 Derby 1 Huddersfleld I Bolton 1 Leyton Or Portsmouth' 2 ' Norwich 2 Swansea Town I -" Preston Rotherhara Southampton t Middletbraugfi J , Divblaa lit Barnsley Queen's P R I Bournemouth 2 Reading 2 Brentford 1 Luton 2 Bristol R 4 Mansfield 1 Colchester Carlisle I VACATION BONUS PACK STAINLESS STEEL BLADES 'When you buy 8 at the Regular Price ... 89$ MstMYi : ' i ctlle 3BLAOE3l Iciiiotto il ts I mTAiNLmmm BLAoaa s30via 11 SL433 NOW CANADA'S No.1 SELLING . STAINLESS STEEL BLADE Ted Fenwick Captures Rivermead Club Title AT RIVERMEAD Ted Fenwick defeated Andy Neian on the 35th hole to win the Ewart Cup and Rivermead Golf Club championship. This was renwick s seventh fcwart Cup victory. Charles Stanyar won the "B" class championship and the Mc- TE3 FENWICK Inenly-Runge trophy defeat I n g Bill Hanson. -. The Gerry, Moreault Trophy for the class "C" championship was won by Bill Edmonds. He defeated Dr. JlnV Woodward. Bob D' Avignon, defeated Nel son Schroeter In the beaten eights: AT CHAUDIERE Joe Galon came from behind to win the Chaudiere Golf Club championship Sunday. Galon squeezed past young Tony Perry, the Carleton University student who captured the Renfrew Invitation a, week ago. In three-hole playoff. The Chaudiere championships in "A". "B" and "C" divisions are 72-hole medal play compe titions. Perry held a two-stroke advantage over Galon starting yesterday's final 18. He main tamed the two-shot edge right to the 18th tee. But Perry bogeyed It and Galon canned a curling 20-(poter for his bird and the pair were tied at 293 stroke apiece. Galon birdied two of the three playoff holes and had a par on the other one. Perry managed one bird and two. pars and lost the trophy by a shot. Young Billy Crowe won the B ..Class championship ' with o 72-bole score of 323. Barry Lapham was second at ttTi Fred Gough took "C" Class with 383 while R. Latortune was four shots back, in second pla.-e, at 287. HUNT CLUB The J. A. Cross Trophy, southpaw championship, was won by Grant. Kay. The runner-up was Ken' Dale. Ball sweeps winners were Grant Ray, , John 1. Foubert. Gerry Davidson. Cliff Higman. cl"b championship. B sweeps winners were Eric S'evenson. Jim Kyd, Roger Hacking. - - " " ""Y R0 Ud ei' Net: Nadla Roc. w!... " Umi'i n-i nrt& n n. - r"" Moogk. Gord Campbell. . . AT GLFN1.EA c Jim McLaUffhltn Won Ih. George Booth Trophy for the C,,M c" championship wljh GLENLEA LADIES Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Murnhv won the Husband and Wife competition, at the Glenlaa Cult Club. Runners-up were Mr", and wirs. n.en .wiison. Joyce Alston won the Frank BeatUa Trophy, for the ladles- club chamokmshlA riftin. Miss Davena Hay. CARLETON GOLF . Don Scott defeated Girrt Mick after one extra hole to win the men's club champion- io6HAa LIMITED... sayview ana Scott I 723-6MS - ' Distributors of -, VailkM mi Wm. ' ' Wham . V b A I ship i. the Carleton Golf and Yacht Club. First flight winner " Sandy Keir. Keir defeated Roger Wanwnght 2 and I. Sec- "" WW- nnais: Bob SalUs finals bury del. Vincent Burlton one up. Dorothy Shannon won the ladies' club championship defeating Christina McElroy 2 and I In the final. Christina McElroy was; the defending champion. First flight finals: Marion Clarke likM VI Scott one up. Second flint finals: M. McGug-gan def. (Sue Greig one up. ROYAL' OTTAWA , , I Following are the qualifiers for the' club championship at Royal Ottawa: John Bethune Jr.. F. R. Clinckett. G. K. Finnic, H. D. L. Snelling. W. Cuff. A. B. Taylor, R. W. Runge. C. B. Petrie. C. R. Worthen, J. B. Rogers. R. Quain, Jr., D. D. Curran, M. M. Derrick. P. B. Smellie. J R. Stone, R. J. Gill. Following are consolation flight qualifier for the Flnnie Cup: Commander C. H. Little, A. L. McBain, J. S. Irvin Jr., J. P. Frank, R. Hyndman. R. H. Wright. James Ross, J. A. Murray, Major f. E. Cochran, A. B. Mclaren Jr.. D. F. Rhodes, M. B. McKlnnon, R. D. Veils, R. H. Cuiner, H. A., Phtlllp. J. H. F. Kenny. , Sunday ball sweep, winners: A. B. ' Taylor, . D. D. Curran, Saturday sweeps: G, K. Flnnie, A. B. Tavjor. M. M. Derrick. C. S. Kotze. , - e AT OUTAOUAIS Miss Berthe Therrien and George Hunt put together 48- in the rain at Outaouais Golf Cluii Saturday to win low gross honors in a mixed . two- ball tournament. Mrs. Georce Hunt and Jean Normand tied at 101 with Miss Kathy Young i t r- CIIAUDIR CLUB CIUMPIONS v Three golf champions were declared at the Chaudiere Club Sunday. ' Joe Galon (centre) woo an exciting three-hole playoff from Tony Perry for the "A" class , championship. Fred Gough (left) took "C" class honors and fT-year-old Billy . Crow (right) won the B section title. - ,, ': : - - Ueurnal Phot bjr Oonunloa WMl TREMENDOUS DEALS Are Now Being Offered On ISLAND NEW 1964 ,' '- " ":' ':"."'v".', "" ''-'.. , . r7 0 hi Americans Classics Ambassadors All models to choose from. Excellent selection oi colours and ; , options '- WE NEED. TRADE-INS Higher Than High Trade-In Allowances; Come In today for the - Deal of Your Life. ,'-- -, . . WE'RE-OVERSTOCKED IN NEW CARS SO . make us an offer, youll be surprised at our answer, v Your Ottawa Xombltr Dralrrt CANADA PAUL r ; MOTOR SALES CARDINAL LTD. OTTAWA, LTD. 308 Saab and Charles Young for second low gross. Other prize Winners were Mrs. Charles Young and Georges Potvin. in the club's mixed two-bull handicap championship, Miss Madelaine Poupard and Bob Crawford advanced to the finals when they defeated Miss Liliune Dostaher and Marcel M ay e r. Miss Poupard nd Crawford will meet Mrs. Ray Haines and Ray Leduc for the title. n the men's club champion ship play, Alex Burt defeated Rhea! Leduc, 2 and I, to"'gam a berth in the final. In Class "A", Ken Fraser and J eh n Hryhorchuk advanced to the quarter-finals. Fraser defeated Michel Beaudry, 3 and 2, while Hryhorchuk downed J. N e 1 a n. 5 and 4. ...., Following are the top 'quali fiers In the three flights for the Uplands Golf Club champ 1 0 n shlpt Championship flight Al Starcber, (162) "and Roy Haines (163). Dave Hillman (165), Par- UPLANDS rell Dewar. (166). First flight .Gordon Bruce (176). Dave Parker (176), Bruce Murray (177), Frank Klenavic (177) Hank Thompson (178). Second flight Bill Bristow (184), Fred Jones (184). Pat Bing (185), Len Pinke (185), Gordon H a y n e s (185). ', The airmen's mess won the inter-mess tournament at Uplands. Officers mess placed second with the sergeant's mess third "and corporal's mess fourth. Dave Hill won low gross honors In the tourney wHh a 79. Behnv B-nolt . was 84T Al Jensen had a low "net tf 72 Ml. Hank Thompson was 73. Saturdav ball sweo: Class A - M Starchy Dk H-rt. 'ey, C'a B Bud Pratt, J. cOF A'; xc - i V 111 ' I uvu uu 232-7354 i , 'J , i -A i X 1259 Willbigtoa OPEN EVENINGS j T. Faulkner. ' Gordon Bruce. Chuck Kemp, Jack Hewitt. Class C Pat Bra'ult, John Henderson. Fred Jones, Wally Lamoureux. ' Sunday ball sweeps: Class A Roy Haines,, Derek Binkley. Class B Mike Bergin, John MacGillivray, Hank Thompson. Les Wilson. Class C Fred Jones. ' Wally Lamoureux. George Paf ker; Mrs. A. S. Findlater"Von the" Ladles .Club Championship at the Uplands Club. Mrs. G. Mc-Gee was the runner-up in the medal plav compMitlon with handicap. Mm. H. Tressidur won the rnrno'ation round with Mr. W. D. Munroe runner-up. RIDFAU GLEN ' '' Gary Harrod won the Rideau Cfrn Golf Cluh Junior champion-'hip with a gross score of 82 SSnirduy. Bill Craig nlared second at C3. Terry Tudin was' 'hlrd with an 84. GATINEAf OOLr Chft D'-'fthav dvfa1etrJohn DeUny It. thV flnl t)gh$. T Rurm defiled Oou jCnin to win th club champtonthlp nt In the Tond ftttrht, Hrl4?v Benson defeated Tom MnnM Kan. , In h ladle' handicap ehanv pionahipe, Mr. Q. Foatcr defeftted Mr. E Wood and Mrs O Ward defeated Vra. P. Powera Mn G Potter will meet Mn. Ward fn the Anal. - PRIZB tWT Priaf Hat for the mixed two-ball - Oatlneau Low iroaa Mr. P. Brady .nd Terry Harmon, Maaawna, 70. Becwid tow irW-Mr, and Mra. J. Galon. Chaudiere. SO. Low netMr and Mrs. D. L. Nut lei, fiatlneau. 7fl. Third low sroaa Mra 3. Cherry and T; Perry, Chaudiere, fa. Second low net VM c. Theoret and A Dupont. Tecumach, 72. Fourth low gmu Mrt, Brunette and B- Venne, Gatineau, A. Third low net Mra. A CharVe bota and fi. Crawford. Chaudiere. 7a Fourth low net Viae B. Ptindt-vtlle and William Hume. Gatineau. IS. Fifth low neto-VUs l Johnaon ana M. Monhn. otinu. ti t iJaSS j" Svntli tow nrt Mr. and Mrs. 'fi. 8mlrl. -nd o. cm. Cttin.nu. 74., I- Lj. 728-1836 $ ' - - C"' aswaaii nai,. im

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