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The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 24

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T THE OTTAWA JOURNAL ri WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 29, 19M -24 "weeeseFwejFeFai Mets Fans Pelt Yanks' Bus Bouton Escapes Injury NEW YORK (L'PI) A but carrying the New York Yankee from Shea Stadium to Yankee Stadium u not permitted to move and then wai pelted with stones and rocks by youngsters, presumably Mets fans, following Monday-night's Mayor Trophy game which' the Yankeea won M. Most of the Yankee players boarded their chartered bus outside the leftfield bullpen ' while several hundred fans, mostly teenagers, lined up to watch. Some of the youngsters sat down in front of a gate and refused to allow the bus to move as the crowd yelled, "Yankees go home." The three or four policemen on hand were unable to handle the mob. CBOSETTl GETS OFF Coach Frank Crosetti was the first to act. He got off the bus and went back to the clubhouse muttering, "to he'l with this, I'm going back with someone else." '-When be arrived In the, clubhouse he related the incident to Yankee public relations man Bob Fishel who hv " formed Jim Thomson, stadium supervisor for the Mels. Thomson, in. 'turn ordered police reinforcements to dis Big Night For Hollandia Soccer Teams Hollands's "A" division ODSFA soccer club won a game on the field Monday night, won a protest in the committee room and the Hollandia "B' team was ' awarded - another -match by the league executive . In the ooly game scheduled Vincent Krigkitis scored two goals to lead Hollandia to a H decision over Olympia. Gerry Van Dyke, John Sweers and Pete Durrens were the other marksmen for the winners and Leslie Siaros played a strong game in nets to obtain the shutout . '., . y... i That was the only action on the field but the league executive dealt with a number of Im portant Heme, v -. i Hollandia protested a referee's decision m their 14 loss to Fal-cons recently in an "A" section 'gam and the executive ruled that the game be replayed. I Officials halted a "B" section - game between Hollandia .and .Concordia when fighting broke out with the score tied W.i And last ' night the executive ruled .Concordia at fault and awarded two points to Hollandia. f Mike- Trtntafilos, - a - member of the Goya team, was fined lit by the league executive for conduct in a recent contest. The Goya team was also penalised - and their invitation to compete ,m Open Cup games, has been withdrawn by the executive.- ' I Tonight's lone game is an "A" division contest featuring Goya and Maple Leafs at Brewer at : P-m. Murphy Tops sail JUI IUUII ' Batters'tSS; Hough :his team failed to make the Senior Sportsmen's Softball League playoffs Pet Murphy did .manage to wia the league batting championship. ,,, ... i Murphy, a- centre-fielder for RCAF. hit safely in 31 of 82 apperances at the plats for k 37B average; league playoff ' action re sumes ' tonight " at ' Larocque Park in WrightvUI with Gas ' and St. Joseph's meeting In the fifth game of their begt-of- seven semi-final series st I I P m. Tbe series Is tied at two games apiece ana toe winners of this on will play Hugh l Sjf 1mm Im ,U I - 111 UIV lllNBia,. . , Following are the top" batters i during the regular schedule: t CIS) AB ft Avf , P. Mnrphy. RCAF s SS Si J7S IJ. SSercler, Int. . 1 SS SI Sa J A Beaudrv. Int. . 4 TI 4 4SS A. Car. well. Caa ia 4S 1 Ml I RON VCWWACQI 10 US&LU till lIDUDn. - 232-5755 i I- - .i ii.. j ' perse the crowd that had delayed the bus for at least J minutes. ,. When the .bus finally began tp movei rocks, stores and paper cups were showered upon it. One rock shattered a window next to manager Yogi I Berra and pitcher Jim Bou- ton, .f,. " -r v- . DROPS TO FLOOR Bouton dropped to the floor as if injured but disclosed later that the only damage, besides that to the bus, was some glass' splinters hi' his ears and hair. Greenwood TORONTO f Greenwood Haeeway resolta: First eeoo. tbree-vear-oiae and up. trot, mil: Tootsle Doll (A. Walker. TOO. 4 40. 3.10: Patricia Margaret IB. Madllll. J JO. 149; s-Milzt M . Wapleai. J SO Tim 1 !. Jimmle Lee Guy. x-ChuD Hanover. Klntutlca. Willy Taaa. a-Amertcan Pilot, also star tad. eacond 4700, rwo-year-olda, pace, mil: Kacn freight iB. Arthur), 40. SO. 3 SO; Nifty's Judfa IT. Belorel. Sao. J .SO; Caoa town Lad B. Kingatoal. 10. Tuna 1 14. Homaataad Valantlna. a-dnf-Oo tor Broke, taanf-Judee Forbes, bt-wnf-tnioa Scot, aieo alerted, te-dnf Interference did not Antah. Scratchad Jennifer rid. Dally DMkle: SU.se. Third 4000, three-rear-atda and up. trot, mile: Titan Sons C. IW. Hicks). 1040. 4 SO. SJOl UU lee Henley tR Lawaon). S 70. 4 40. Brown Wolf (O. Clrnlsl. 44. Tlma J14 1-J. Wonder Bud. Bucfcaroo. Luaty McKliuw. Carry's Allan. S-Sabrlna Me. alee startaaV . , fourth aaoe. thraa-yaar-olda and ; ap. ' paca. mlla: - Govamor Dillon i t. Arthur), 10 50, J SO. 0; Uieland Direct (C Miai. IS SO. a, widowers Pick (C. Archdakln). 410. Tune 1.1 S-S. Lynden Anna. Belmont Clara. Goodwill Johnnie, Barbara Grat ia K. Boyal Oaks, alaa started. ruth Seoa. larea-xear-olda and p. para, mile: Norma C. Byrd ip. Batato), aija. iiae. eae-. 4 S Stock Gdri Racing liO Slated Tonight x j in addition to a regular eight-i race program stock car racing promoter Gerry Bisson has a demolition derby slated ' for tonight's racing card at ' the Capital City Speedway." ' :-' Keith James still leads the! pack la the sportsman class points standing. He has followed by Montreal's Andre Manny with : 1ST and Gerard Beliveau with 17 ' - ' Al Bradley Is on ton In the Jalopy division with 43S follow ed by Ed Graham with 3S1 and. Paul'Cyr irlth JM.i: ' rromoier Disson announcea last night that there is a pos sibility of extending the Capital City Speedway season past Sept . depending on the weather. So GUN SHOWir; i .FRIDAY. AUGUST 28th ONLY 7 P.M. to 10 PM.' f Ottawa mm 'aM.-' rfTaWc Be. our guest for f ih (it? eoff See eomplet. j 1 I I . L ?Ttlll ! sf WlMJ i An. a ai mm eaaa.ava 4nVS.n.Aia.i WML V?!N?!,,B it FRANCHl f-? aAarr arw.tw"i a-spfc il- stuiuniniriiui HUNTING . LICENCES tA st. AVAILABLE :.2SAyACE,u-Jy I 20 OFF ' C.I.L. Super X Reftilar Shotgun Shells Yewr hwatha ana gen ewas-ttana wia a aarwere wkea Wtawkeaser er CJ.L. reere-saataares wk wist ke a eetf j HUNTING v m itu i ' i i i "No one was hurt including me," Bouton said. "I guess we were more scared than anything else. ' Most of the kids were well-intentioned but there were a couple who caused the trouble." Some of the Yankees felt that the Mets hadn't provided ' sufficient protection.. (; "' " It waa the I second ''bus" incident within a week for the American Leaguers. Last week in Chicago, Berra reprimanded infielder Phil Liu for playing a harmonica and subsequently fined Lint S2M because of the episode. Results Floyd's Honor (G. Hawkai. 4 TO 4 00'; Wilmington Belle (Ran. r U- lonl. S IS. Tlma .14. Cay Ailaan. Ruth Hal S . Flns Hat. x-Paul- Ina Volo. dnf-Poatal Chief, also atartad. dnf Did not antah. Sixth f l.OOO. three and 'our-, year-olds, paca, ml la: cnlaf saint tW Coka), S.I0. no, 10: Grarle loohtnvar II. Graham , so. j oo Robart MeGraaor (R. Habklrki Sao. Tlma S it S-S. Echo O. Val ley. Star Johnston, Light Rhythm, also atartad , - - Qalaella: !.. Sayanth STOO. i three-rear-olds and up. par. rniW Glendaia Joa H varcoei. 1J so. a 10. jjo; Scottadco (K. Galbnlih), 4M, SOO; Jaapar's Cold tL. aieTaddan), 10. Tim S IS Faat TrafTic. Frtaco Umi. Minor Hatan. Moaay Down. x-CryaUl Hat. akw atartad Eighth SSOO. thr-yaar-olda and up. paca. mua: Sharon 8tar D Larkln). SJO. 4.10. S.40: Bloa Gin in. Marchuk). 4 10. no: Dr. W (A. Wad da III. ISO. Tlma 1 1 1 t-S. Iran MacDuff, MMlt Diamond. Ttntndat Bam, FaaBar- laad. alao aUrlad. Ninth S700. thraa-year-olda and up. naca, mua: Flash Firs C IL. McFaddani, 4.00. S70. SSO; Virginia's Boy IA. Glannayl, SSO 50; Kawartha Haara IM. Hops) S.40. Tlma 1.11 1-4. Patty O.. Snd, ith-Nohlo Araot. dh - Stranmllna Lao. x-Andy IUU. McCan Han over, alas atartad. Oh Dead heal, a Broke stride. Attendance. 4JS1: mutuela. SJjSV far 2 entries' have been received for - the Fall champion ship event says Bisson. S The first race this evening will get under way at S.1S p Barbara Johnson Winner at Richelieu MONTREAL (CP) Barbara Johnson, - a brown mare from Dresden,. Ont, driven by her owner 'Gerald 'Johnston, won the C500 feature pace at Richelieu Raceway Tuesday night. She paid HSO. S3.60 and Sua Gee ' Gee Frisco, driven by Ralph Babbin, placed and paid . 30 and M.w Drummond 'Widow e r, i with Rogatlen Savlgnac driving, paid 2.70 for showing. ; $ in showing or t Lll laVlTIWir! i 'nun i oivj ' rk A ek I :'. , ar. iiilxeau I . - . ; S' i. . n f i maw' , 5TEV-NS RUCER ' " i 1 Complef Dttplaf of' t woods I ovToooa cLotansa TKNT SLaaPIN) BAOB easa insclatsd . cjmwo oots . DEPT. OF IAIII IIMITID- . e v ..PELL'S ,C0RNERS(J!?!") TIME OUT "I like to fol low my alow baB Into the plate and get a dose as ahot of bat ten whiffing at ttr Journal Want Ads bring quick results. Kingston Cricket Victory .t,i ; s . Saturday's rain, which put a damper on the Exhibition parade, also forced cancellation of the Cup match between Otuwa CC and Defence CC. In the other Cup match sched uled for Saturday, Kingston. CC defeated New Edinburgh by six wickets. In Kingston. Burghs posted a tout of Ijt, top scorers Deing Doooy Scotland ana Allan Mayers with I runs each. For the host club, Lloyd took i wickets tor IS runs. and. Bill Chester (captain) took t for 11. Kingston scored JJ to wjn, for the loss of only four wicket. top scorers being Mark Mapp with 10, not out, and Ian Roul- ston I, For Burghs Rudy Gordon took 1 wickets for 11 runs. The win - put . Kingston one point behind Ottawa and De fence, who are tied for. first place with 22 points each. On Sunday, at Rides a Hall. Taverners CC got the better of a drawn gam with Cathedral CC. Taverners batted first, scoring 102 runs m 12S minutes. a slow, wet wicket Top bajsmcn ,. were Allan Mayers with 31, Tony Hancock 20. Hal Wilson 10. and Doug Heney 12. Bowling for Cathedral Ken. May- .' i . i !" , Ontario Ladies' Lawn Bowling Champs Declared ' OSHAWA (Special) . East- representatives w'MTtwe of the three Ontario Provincial Ladies,' Lawn Bowling Association: championship or Oshawa greens Tuesday, y i. The triples entry from To-rooto Runnymede, skipped by Mrs. H. J. Hague, captured the Don Taylor Trophy with a 11-14 victory over Mrs. A. E. Jennet's Hamilton -fera-leigh team. " ' Playing with Mrs. Hague were Mrs. J. F. Hunt and " CC Posts hew took 4 wickets for It, and lan Fisher 4 for 24. With two hours to score the necessary runs. Cathedral had posted only M when stumps were drawn, with nine wicket down. The bowling was such that at one stage only 20 run were scored in 27 oven. The fourth wicket fell at 31, and the eighth at 44. Top batsmen were Jim Son with 10 runs, and Roly Smith 11. For Taverners Jim Siew took 4 wickets for 10 runs, and Allan Mayers 3 for 10. Leafs Defeat Goya 8-2 . Maple teaf .defeated Goya 0-$. -in in ODFA - "A" Soccer League game played Tuesday night at Brewer Park. Big scorer in this one rwas Guenter Jaatremski who picked up four goal for the 'winners. Uwe Rush netted two- and singles went to Steven Szick and Manfred Schroeder. Steven Bensics netted both for Goya. ? j ft ... Next game is tonight when Falcons meet St. Anthony's in an "A" division game. Mr. Z.' H. ' Fetch. Oa Mrs. Jenner's Tink were Mrs, W. McFarlan and Mrs. H. Auld. The doubles championship and the Lloyd Spalding Trophy went to Mrs. J. Mattell and Mrs. H. C McNabb. skip. "-of Kitchener. The Kitchener ladle defeated Mrs. J. Frew in and Mrs. G. L. Knox of Agincourt 22-10. - Allandal gave the Eastern section the sing las title and the Ray Knight Trophy when Mrs. Amy Van defeated Mrs. J. Richardson of Gait Sportsmen's Club H-li ., The championships were officially opened by, Oshawa Mayor Gilford who stayed for moat of the matches. ' Mrs. D. Bently. president of the Oshawa Lawn Bowling Club, welcomed the visitors. Mr. E. G. Pierce, president of the Ontario Ladies'- Asso-ciation, congratulated the win. ner. 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