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either unless he can approach a that he latheQB. If-. DO THEY REALLY NEED ONE? Rough Riden are casting about for another quarterback. Peter Quinn didn't report to practice yesterday and if he doeent check in today be'U be suspended. He hasn't been getting much field time, and ft doesn't appear as if he will. Larry DcGraw likely will play against the Argoa next week, which means a Canadian has to go anyway. i As a back-up quarter, the Rider have Bob O'Billovlch, but without game experience he can't be expected to step into the breach late in the season, if the emergency arises, and do ah overpowering job. ''.He works at it in drills every day, but that isn't anything approaching game conditions. When, and tf, the Rider bring i another one, hell be in the same boat. Y Mlke Moaatf had a legitimate beef this week when he was cut He's too lata to hook on anywhere else. But Mosolf had only a minute chance of making the club unlet he was a' defensive genius. He didn't stand any chance of being the quarterback. He must have known that To make the dub, he had to win a job on defence, which meant beating out Ukner, O'BiUovfch. Poirier, DeCraw or Gaines, and narrowing that down to Americans, he had to beat Ulmer, O'Biilovich or Gaines. Ulmer la the punter, and a big, strong, capable ball . player.. Gaines can do so many things so well. O'Biilovich is the "heart" back there . . . Mosolf had no chance. And the Rider aren't in a position to carry an American arid sit him on the bench. These things were evident from the beginning. Mosolf is to an unfortunate spot now, but the simple arithmetic of the situation could have been figured out in July . . . ..... ... This i the time of year when the wrangle start over the top game in United State . . . baseball or football. And invariably aomeone answers: "Neither, If basketball." Down on 'the high school level, though, football is on top in the number of boys playing. There are more basketball teams but because of the site of football club, the gridiron participants out-number the eager 772,802 to 639.754. Those figure do not Include thousands more in eight-man and six-man football. . a- - ' '" FROM THE GOLF BAG And since we should be "golf-bagging" today ... Did you know that Mickey Mantle ha a golfing son. a beginner but a promising beginner. And Mickey V- y hell do everything he can to get the boy ready for a career on the pro tour. Which i looking ahead. The boy is now 11 years old. The other day in the Carting Open at Birmingham. Jerry Barber "called" one on Chi Chi Rodriguez on the 18 th green. Rodriguez "charged" a three-footer. The ball went six inches past the hole. Rodriguez reached over to rake the ball into the hole. Barber said the putter hit the ball twice on that "raking motion." He gave Chi Chi a ox. " "1 cant can the man a liar," Rodriguez said. -He' been fn the game too long." : , - . T:i. -r v -. v-rip'f The Preseott Gotf Chtb open mixed Invitation tournament come up Sept. 19. The first 75 couplet will be accepted 'four gross prize and four net . . the entry fee k) S4, and entriea should be sent to G. DAoast co Preseott Goll : Club . . . . .,, - ' ... ' The eighth annual Cornwall International Opea is set for ; September S-tVT .- .. This is a big. well-organized weekend of , golf and fun. Look to your clubhouse posters. .. . . The annual Kate Smith Tewaaaaeat is booked Sept, 12 and 13 at the Craig Wood Gotf Detail art sparse, but you and another 18 Sunday, or 36 hole on either day. Three grot . and three net prize are at stake A practice round is allowed on Sept 11. Entry fee is $10. and entriea should be sent to the Craig Wood Golf and Country Club, Lake Placid, New York. " ' ' ' ' ' A ur sign of waning season: Beef and Greens are coming up. and the Uplands Club will play their final event on Sept IS. . .' No more golfing reports of Andy Wullams, but be did play on mora time and had a rocky day of it ... a (ever attack of the whistling hook ... My daughter tell me, and ; they should know because they've been making the rounds, i there' a big ran on Andy William record in Ottawa. But they scrambled a couple . . . And we're all going back to the "Ex" to see him again tonight. S And everyone we've met expresses interest in Sua Kolar's eight-exposure, polaroid camera . . . J The McNaagh ton-Brooks Bursary tournament, the main event for Canadian assistant pro, i scheduled next Wednesday (Sept. 2) at the Don Valley Club in Toronto. The winner i are sponsored on the Carribean lour. The three low scorers get Sl.790 each... I Golf Open l l BIRMINGHAM. Mich. Leading second round scores .la the $200,000 World Open to)f championship at the Oak land Hill-, gott course , (per J 70-70 J toy, . Own AMw .... B4-T4 I5t BoM Mlrhaki T-a 140 rmr Buur :.i Tl- ta IAimM PalaMt 79-71 Ml Kl Nc 7t-7t 141 RlrKsr SlkM e-T 141 IVMrt- )Mbr( . T-T 141 Unie DvvMa -T4 14 nv Ml i.ZV-' T-TJ14 MH rmr -.I.',. 7... 7-7 141 Mta. ... 7-7 14J 'Jrr SMwrt- ,.4-.j:j.iT-a 14 7J-TO I4 T-Tt I4J Tl-7 4 .. W-T 14 game with the positive attitude On at Uk Placid. New York. play IS bole on the Saturday Leaders frrr Mtnnw TS-71I4J 71-7JI4-.T4 lJ 71-7S 144 71-7S 144 Vhttrt cmstVm, ) row n . . . v Km Vmtart ... T4-T 144 7S-TS 144 Omrt Plane PhU IIMitn . Don January . rmik Baud . ...... 71-71144 . .. 7-4 144 , TS-71 144 7MJ 144 CAMADIAN COB( Al BMln. TS-7S 14 WIU HonMnulk. . WlMllp.' Ofnrt Knudson. y- TM Ml 77 III Ill WrKKt Jr. rTttfl tlaBa Mirk Wnlotk. . '.1 rrmk vmin. i ,1 .' SATURDAY. AUGUST 29. 1964 THE bTTAWA JOURNAL 11 The SporAspiel The Ottawa Journal By EDDIE MacCABE ' ' - "' x WEEKEND ROUNDUP: And did you evr stop to figure tome ol the "side" lo that closed-in stadium nearing completion in Houston? Apart from the exotic touches. like "suite" up in the tiers with TV. fridgea, ele, there are .faying conditions. There will never be a wind for punters to fight; never breeze to spoil a forward pass; never a rainy day to put the skids under quick-cutting backs. The turf will be pothouse perfect the year .'round. People with aerodynamic inclinations, though, are wondering whether the "bottled" park will have any influence on how much a pitched ball curves. And 'have you wondered at all, about the tinkering Jim Trbable i doing wih his quarterbacks? Any mileage the Alouette have made has .been with Vera Cole. Back in the exhibition games, some of the coaches were wondering why he didn't land en Cole and stay with him ... he looked that much batter. But Jungle Jim made so much noise about "no-cut contract" which burdened the club when he took over, perhaps he has something going there. '' There has been a report that while George Bork has not got a no cut deal, he has a guaranteed salary arrangement. Which could explain why Trimble insists on using the hoy , , . miybe trying to prove something. i; Cole appear to be a good mechanic He - needs only experience and the confidence that goes with iL He won't get $200,000 OPEN George Archer Hangs on by Stro By ED SAINSBURY BIRMINGHAM. Mich. (UP!) Only nine strokes separated pace-.maker George Archer from the last man in tie field today heading into the third round of golf's richest tournament ever, the $200,000 Carlkij open. Wind and rain evened the competition yesterday and Archer, who set a course re-, cord with a first round U.' moved back to his competition with a lour over par 74, fighting wind every step of the par TTMI yard Oakland Hills coarse to tally IN for 3$ hole. Rain might have givjn him a ore later, sine a :r-:: VV;: ? V - TMirtV rr sixes. TSA. l2?l &-W?Z I challengervwere , V 'tt V - r.H f I." Sikes said.,, ."and -&Ziy : i 'r-VVJ srip was. so wet the ?Jfc - T. .'1TV v-d 'Hed out of my W- 7W'. if A : A J Burke, who like .' f yr' nJ S V.'a H 11 had an opening round t. fs. J. - tw.-'"7 i V Alr,1' S on hi first two hole in mm f 51 assise ROOKIE HOLUS SLIM LEAD "... Lanky George Archer, former ranch hand from Gilroy. Calif, tips his cap to acknowledge applause after he sank a 12-foot putt on the 18th green to retain a one-stroke lead after 36 holes in the Carting Open golf championship at Oakland Hill. He fired a second round 74 after his five-under-par 65 course record Thursday. . (AP-JootmI wircphotAl Quihii (Frdnk Ottawa Rough Rider may have lost a football player, ' Peter Q u i a n. tophmore Canadian defensive halfback a ad reserve .quarterback, didn't turn out for practice Friday, and coach Frank Clair doesn't know why. . "It could be that he got discouraged with all t h I (peculation that someone might be cut or traded to make room for DeGraw," Clair said. "But w havent .made a decision on anyone yet"' . " . COULD GET CALL ..," i Larry DeGraw, a late ar rival in the Rough Rider camp after an army stint. , ha been working all week and could get a call to rejoin the club for the Tuesday battle against Toronto Argo-;' naut at Lantdowne Park. ' If DeGraw play, a Canadian will have to be chopped sine .Rider are at their limit. Quinn, along with Gary 1 Schrieder and Mar Bevan were listed among the pottibilltie to be dropped. There were also torn trad talk and Clair confirmed this. . ' "W talked to different club about the possibility of a deal," he Mid.' "but so far nothing has resulted." . And . again there wa no mention of the player or play-en who might b involved. But Quinn didn't chow yee-terday and until coach Clair talk to him, hi status la In doubt v "If ha come in for this afternoon's practice m talk to him about tt. Ifhedoesnl let us know what's on hi :mind we'd have to place hint on the suspended list-". , t - So that la the (Ituatioh a ' far u Clair it concerned and ', pour came in late afternoon with S4 players on the course, forcing suspension of play for JJ minutes and delaying, the competition so long that the last three threesomes finished with the lights of a. dozen automobiles illuminating the 18th fairway and green. LEADS BY STROKE Archer's round, even before the ram. opened the door, for one of the 41 foreign entrants, Peter Butler of England, and the US. PGA champion. Bobby Nichols, to pull within one stroke of, him. Nichols bad Jht best of the four sub-par rounds of the day, ft, for hi Jet and Butler was only a Misses Workout . on the possible lineup for Argonaut. . .-. - The decision on DeGraw nd the man he win replace, if any, win not be made until . after Sunday workout . Clair did last . night he will also wait until after the' weekend workouts to decide on his choice for right end. either Jay Robert or George Belli, And the return of Kaye - Vaughan is also, in OPUpt . M.'. Mill lb.!.. f V don't know whether k would be worth taking the risk to play him. Maybe if be' played he would work out , the limp in the game and maybe be would hut hurt himself again. I don't know Just what well do about him rt-'?,? i' vV y IOLUT AT HALF i But there were some thing positive in the Riders' camp. Tuesday R will be Chuck Killet running the left half spot for the first time and Clair ha high hope for him. Rider are also positive that Argonaut wilt com In ' with the desire to glvt Ottawa a tough night's work. They've lot two in a row and I guess people are getting on them bit in Toronto. They'll be hungry " and they'll be tough." i ; ; ' But Riders remember their opening Iocs in Toronto and ' therm be tough too. ' "Yeah," Mid Clair, "we really want this one. It's tough having to wait so long between games.' Everyone ia getting a little edgy." v ' And so with the long lay. off Riders are cutting down on practice time. Yesterday the Workout wa shorter and KUHmmt .. t 74 e.. Mo PVirniitit Tnrmnlt v .v..'-.yei-T let at thi point h keat about ' today and Sunday R will be : will be .1. ... to annovnea any - shorter MHI.v . stroke behind with a (9 for the same total. Two . strokes back were . a trio of challengers, including the most famed charger in golf, Arnold Palmer. The others were a former British Open champion, Kel Nagle, and on of the youngest pro's in the competition. Dick Sikei. Palmer started his charge yesterday, but ran into a barricade on the 16th when his two under par score at that point was ruined on the one bale. He hit Into Water, then into a trap and took a triple-bogey seven. "It was a great round,' he aaid. "and it aH went to beH on one hole." HANDICAPPED BY RAIN other handicapped the the club hand." Sikes took bogey the ram to shoot a 74 for a 143 total. Jack Nlcklaus, on the other hand, had no complaints. "I went per, birdie, par In the rain." he aaid.' "but If they want to wash the round out, it's aU right with me." Nick-la us had a 72 for 145. Other "name" player also were in contention with Baa Hogan. one of eight 7 shooters yesterday. Billy Casper,, Bruce Devlin and Jay Hebert t 142 Tony Lama, Juan Rodriguez and Burkt at 142, Bob Charles. Gary Player. Ken Venturi, Don January. Phil' Rodger and Gene Littler at 144, and Julius Boros and Jackie Cupit at l along with Nlcklaus. , . The field was cut to the 75 low scorer and ties, leaving 71 player who shot I4S or better to play the final two rounds. 'Of the 4t foreign entrants, SO, were eliminated in the slash, leaving IS to compete the rest of the way tor the SU.0O0 top prize, fifth biggest ever paid m a golf tourney. -'- Sponsor went all out to finish the round since a PGA rule requires cancellation of the day's play if weather has forced a suspension and any players fail to finish their round becsuse of darkness. i .: . " . rw can't afford to get tale," Clair Mid. . '- But by today Clair should know Quinn' position and ha should hear-more about hi hoped-for NFL cuts. YMterday h received word the reserve quarterback he was looking for wa on the way - Then he received a wire saying hi man wasn't Interested In coming to Ottawa. Red O'Quinn prompt i sji on u rv pmmv out ai ly got on the phone but all " mayoe nr",w hoP ren'1 nigh. C Vs :, : ; The halfback Riders were interested In was alio ex pected to be in touch with the club by last night but there was no word from him either. Still Clair haa hope for him although all of this is of tecondary concern right now. "All we're really thinking about , now 1 Toronto," Clair Mid. ., , .-, ' Puzzled Somethini softer? Smoother by far I Butdistinctivw. Mellowed to a ripe old bo in tha perfect-diatlllino air of V Nova Scotla'a Annapol ooo flQQyQ ACADIAN ADDLBMAN SHOOTS 77 Rideau View Golfer Reigns As District Junior Champion By CLEM KEALEY el The JmtfmsJ - 'An intelligent tecond-year University student, " who is club champion al the Rideau View Gob Club, reign a this year's king among Ottawa and District" junior golfer. Richard Addleman with "not any club working particularly well" .covered the par 71 Royal Ottawa layout in 77 strokes Friday "to become the ODGA Junior champion. - v ONE STROKE VICTORY ' His steady 38-38 round gave him a one stroke cushion over a commendable field of shot-smiths seeking the sought-after title. - Addleman is entering his second year in Science at McGiII University this Fill Another top Junior shooter this season has been Bob Hynd-man who plays out of the Royal Ottawa and the Larri-mac Golf Clubs. Hyndman Is the same age and his strokes on-the academic course have been Just as spectacular since he's going into second year Commerce at Queen's University next month, ' Hyndman led a Junior field last week on the Rideau View RICHARD ADDLEMAN ON WAY OUT? F BOSTON (UPI The Boston Htrald said Friday that Johnny Pesky will be fired a manager of the Boston Red Sox at the end of the season and the Job will be offered lo Sam Mele. manager . of the Minnesota Twin. . : I f v. - .i-s. i J " " t!i t!" r y 4k ' re - ' V. . . .' . ' v - t - , J. f - ': ' b' ' ?;-' ' - ' - mi . :;; Y v '.-.-"" I : r 4-..:- V , Jt7y ' V , "j .- ' . i. i -s i H ' ' ' '- ' 1 '" - . - ' SVS. f. ' A ' "a i- J 'tOii N Vja.swJ---4aMassMal o o o rijwjiruuijyj'LW acres and early in the season he was a1 winner at Royal Ottawa. Addleman too, is as much at home hitting tee shots as be is at hitting the books. He figures he'll have his University degree shortly after his 20th birthday. The winner, a five-handi-capper, had only one bird on his lS-hole tour. He canned a three-footer on the par three 12th hole. WINNER'S CARD Winner's card and par for the course: Addleman Out: 134 443 445 IS U4 443 434-14. 432 4S4 44-38-30 77 433 454 445 Par Out: Addleman In: Par In: M-34-70 ' Addleman's 77 was a stroke better than cards turned m by Billy Crowe, the Class "B" champion from Cbaudiere, and I (-year-old Len Doyle, from Smiths Falls. The winner is not a stranger to tournament triumphs. He W-.J out in front of a large Junior field last year in Cornwall. An in this tourney taut year he also authored a 77 i . . ODGA Junior King; ! EARL McNEELY ABBM aitnounesn the opanln at hit BARBER. SHOP, 397 RICHMOND R0A0 t as ska totsswr -Mat MtNaatr Haw Catwa at tlS tuchaaaae a, wharo ka haa oaon sosplaiil. ha - - - nni-in n rttlrfnncttt n n n nrni n I ssssssssssssssssssf . DISTILLtRS-Bridcetown.Nova Scotia UUUU I but took second plac behind Bnn Watson, of Rivermead. who recorded a 70. This year he won the club championship at Rideau View In the match play final h floored bis opponent II and t in the M-hole event Yesterday1 77 didn't have him doing cartwheels. "I've been 71 m competition this jyear" the precocious belter confe'-es. Three golfers from Chaud-iere combined to give their ' club the team prize. TV team consisted of Crowe, with his 78: Brian Harrocks at SIT and P. Lezault at 81. The Smiths Falls team comprisfr"! Len DovJe, Ron Dolinki and Jack Ellis placed second. following an tits top corn Imt prtM lart- TOP SCOBES l C II. Addlaman. RI4 V . 77 S 71 B. Crows-. C L. Dori. ar 7S t 7S a as 7 7S SO S 73 si s rt ii ii a B. B. Harrocks. Ck Watson. Civ Briffham. Cfc LacaulL Ck P. . B -Jamas. OH si si 7 ss s as is as la as a as as a s s R. Hvndmaa BO D. Blakalr. Pcia B. Burioa. Ara B Laphan. Ck W. Slocklns. Ch O Oooohoa. Ck M. sOI VII I MA. PfMtl It. OounkL SF . PBIZB LIST First low (Toas- Blckard Addlo- man. IIM V. 77. Brcond.soas. BIU Crowo. Ck, 7 Third croas. Lan Ooyla. ar. 7 r mirth sroos. Brian Harroeks. Ck.se. first low not, Mo(cr Boardsaan. t-Jv J Beeond nt. Phil taalt, Ch. SI-IS at. Third nt. BobM Burton. Am. as-14 a. fourth Mi. T. Paiuzt. CCrC.v SS-14 71. ' TSAM paiZBS - - ' " flrM low (raas Chandlaro: Bin Crowo. 7S; Brian Harrocka. SO: P. La4ilt, !. Total: 23 Soeond groaa Smiths falls: La Doyla. is. Bon OoUnU, SI: Jack Bliss. (4. ToUl: S44. Elegance In FORMALS Recognition for style and fit is carried Into our RENTALS tool v This White Summer Formal is the, title-holder among the best aressea men. i ?. We are - OTTAWA'S RENTAL HEADQUARTERS with a complete. Rental , ; Service in rII the newest models.,iAll, accessories are In stock at all times for-Immediate delivery.. r-,"t call 230-7111 ., ... ... . 7-71 14- TS-71 I4J - I : ar -I. .