The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa,  on August 31, 1964 · Page 14
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version

The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 14

Ottawa, Canada
Issue Date:
Monday, August 31, 1964
Page 14
Start Free Trial

Page 14 article text (OCR)

IEI f.:. 14 THE OTTAWA JOURNAL MONDAY. AUGUST 81, IBM Vancouver Boosts WFC Lead ' By DEN1MI ORCHARD VANCOUVER (CP) Th breath of .British Columbia Lion i Mowing hot again acrau the Western Football Conference. It bulleted the falling. Winnipeg Blue Bombers Sunday afternoon, and when the Lions padded away 214 winner they held the flnt Hfitt6$nUiSi&Jt he early eaaoiTFC standings. A crowd of 33.607 experienced another defensive-triumph by the undefeated Liona, who allowed . the Bomber only 43 net'" yards on the ground, without a jcrimmage iiuide the BC 20-yard line. PHYSICALLY BATTERED . The BC defence also grabbed the ball drep tn Winnipeg territory for one of Lions' three touchdowns. romped to a IW-leneth triumph with winning time of two min utes. 31 2 seconds for o w a a r I Adrian and Gerard Mlrton of St. Augustine. Qua. The former record of 2:12.4 was set by uanedian Intrusion on J u I y 23 last. i Canadian Intrusion . gained second place for Rosa and Colin Macklnnon of Owen Sound. A nose back In third place was 3-1 choice Sprite Kid owned by Moe israai ana fcddie Woloi of Mont real, f.;,-.;.." ; Australians Take -Singles Matches BAA5TAD. Sweden (AP) Australia's hard-hlttinj Davis Cup tennis team took a. 2-0 lead over Sweden la the interlace final Sunday. - Roy Emerson. 19M HTlm-eledea linglea winner, defeated Sweden first string Jan-Ertk Lundquiat 21 4-6; 6-3. 6-2. 7-3 in a dramatic marathon duel and Fred Itolle downed veter. a Ulf Schmidt M. 6-3. lO-fi. WFC Standing w.i; t .--r :ap BC ..... 1 97 36 9 Cafgsry 3 2 0 113 71 6 Sask. .. 3 3 0 139 99 6 Winnipeg 1 4 1 129 153 3 Edmon. 0 4 0 36 184 0 S-A-L-E ! 500 BICYCLES - New, 2t.S ap Second Hand. Sit np taj raters r tow . tsvaoi tn yov ovi mat BYLES & Co. SOS-397 Bank St. 1S3-NII 9wm ttartvt trM - - See PALr First BUILDING SUPPLIES "Stores for Men- WeUtagloa at HoOaod ' BJdaait at fiuaaaa . Another Defensive Win ' , Statistics VANCOUVER e StatUtic, (tie winaips-BC fine: First own . . . Vwu ruihinf Yard paMing . Pwfl martt Pae, irird Paaaaa intarcaptad by Punu AWiM yajria Fume la rumaiaa. loet . Panalue Total yard r . f t Wpi 14 n iss 13 23 1 II JS I 4 IS BC 21 ' 141 114 IS 3 1 in 1 1 1 and left tht visitors physically battered for the gam they must play against Calgary Stampeders in four days. Entering the second month ot the three-month Western schedule, the Lions have won four games and tied another for nine points. Calgary and Staten Island Wins LL Title WILLIAMS PORT, PA (l.'PI) Don Yaccarino. a 100-pound t righthander, pitched no-hit, run ball and hit a homer Sunday to give Staten Island. NY; the Little League World Series title with a 4-0 victory over Monterrey. Mexico. .. " j Yaccarino. curve-ball artist! with a good changeup, cam within two oute of pitching a perfect game. Ha walked pinch-! hitter Francisco Moreno with one out tai the sixth inning, but then, fanned Antonio Roiat and got Dick Moller on a bouncer to the mound to end the game. Yaccarino's feat marked the third time that championship game here ended with a no-hit. DOOM performance. In fact, the one by Angel Macias in the 1SS7 final was a perfect game Tie Silk Sets Record TORONTO (CP) - Tie Silk set track record for mile and three-sixteenths in registering an unprecedented third con secutive triumph in the Maple Leaf Trot before t.MA fans Sat urday night at Greenwood Race way. Internationally known Tie Silk was the 1-3 choice to beat eight rivals in the 112.700 event and for Monterrey, today's victim. The Moot-J Yaccarino struck out eignt ana waikea o n i y Moreno. Only three flies were hit to the outfield and thy in field was flawless in handling six assists. . Staten Island, winning the crown in its first appearance in the title round. Jumped oft to a lead in' the first as Yac canno s'ammed hit homer. The New Yorkers added a run in the second inning on a single by Gregg Klea and two Mon terrey errors. They got t h a I r final two tallies In the fourth on three hits and three errors. In the consolation final, Mobile, Ala., defeated Tachi kawa City. 3-2. aa Rick Collier tied the game in the fifth with a homer and won it in the. sixth with a run-producing single. Monterrey ' MMtt I States) Island U-2X 41 Castillo. Binoos(4) and Rojas Yaccarino and Quattrochi. Everton 4 Tottenham Hotspur 1 Leeds 3 Wolverhampton 2 Leicester 2 Man United 2 Sheffield United 3 Burnley West Brom 2 Fulhara 1 Division II ' Bolton I Coventry 3 Derby 3 Bury 1 Ipswich 1 Preston I . Manchester ( Northampton 3 Middlesbrough 9 Huddersfield 0 Newcastle 2 Southampton 1 Plymouth 3 Cardiff I Portsmouth 2 Charlton A 3 Rotherbam 4 Norwich' 0 , Swansea 2 Crystal P 1 Swindon 1 Leyton Division III Bristol C J Walsall 1 Glllingham I Watford 3 Grimsby 3 Exeter I : ' HuH City 3 Workington 2 Luton Town I Bristol R 2 Mansfield 4 Oldham A 1 Peterborough 4 Bournemouth 3 Port Vale I Colchester 3 Saskatchewan Roughrider total of 214 yard gain In the aie tied for second with lis .. air, compared with 165 yard pointa and Winnipeg ia ;"by Winnipeg. Ploen hit on fourth with three puma. ' six of II passes. Ledyard on from a win and a tie in-atxr" eeven of II. and Delveaux games. Edmonton F.jkimoa miaaed a receiver when he are winless in four start. 'Their passing," was coach (, Bud Grant's two-word SUBV ' malum of BC'a supremacy-In, the Winnipeg dressing room.. "They didn't push us our ; of the ball park, but they did pretty well." "We took the ball game away from them," countered BC's Dave Sknen. -The de fence played particularly well, hut it was a 30-man effort." SPELL OUTCOME .'. Two touchdowna in the aecond quarter spelled the outcome, as Lions polished off a 92 yard ramble with a - 34 yard paaa from Joe Kapp . to flanker Sonny Homer and thentmk charge at the Winnipeg 10 oh Tom Brown's , paaa Interception, scoring ; again on a three-yard plunge 'by rookie fullback Bob Swift. V... Swift scored hit aecond touchdown of the game and his seventh of the season in the third quarter and Peter Kempf converted all three. Swift's 12 pointa moved him tntn a first-place tie in the WFC acortng rare with Hugh Campbell of Saskatchewan .with 42 points. ' Bombers left the first qua'", ter with a 3-0 lead on a 27-yard field goal by George Fleming- Their only other point waa Jack Delveaux's third-quarter single. ' ' Liona, who. have allowed only three touchdowna and 3S points in five games, swarmed over quarterbacks Kenny Ploen and Hal Ledyard, dropping them eight timea behind the lint for a total losa of 36 yards. Kapp was. good on 13 of 33 passes and threw seven of them to Homer for 1 II yards. Stand-in) quarterback Steve Shafer added two completions in three attempts for a UK Soccer Scores LONDON (Reuters) Re- suits of soccer matches played in the United Kingdom Saturday: ." .. ,. ... . . : ,"', , ' ENGLISH LEAGUE Division I Arsenal 3 Aston Villa T" Birmingham City I Stoka City 2 Blackburn 3 Liverpool 3 Blackpool 1 Sheffield W Chelsea 1 Sunderland 1 Reading 2 Southend V I Shrewsbury 3 Barnsley 3 , Division IV V. Barrow 1 Oxford 1 -.. Chester t Torquay I Crewe Alex I Darlington 2 Doncaster I AWershot v ' Halifax 2 Wrexham 1 Hartlepool U 1 Brighton 1 Millwatl 1 York City 1 Newport I Tranmere 1 Notts C I Southport Rochdale 2 Lincoln SCOTTISH LEAGUE CUT Aberdeen 3 St Mirren 3 - .. Airdrieonlana 1 Hibernian 4 -Alloa A 2 Stirling 1 , Arbroath 2 Queens Pk 3 Clyde I Albion I " . Cowdenbeath 2 Brechin 3 Dumbarton 3 Ayr U 1 Dundee U 3 Motherwell I Falkirk 1 Dundee-1 '. Hamilton E Stirling Hearts 4 Partlck X Kilmarnock 3 Celtic . Montrose 6 East Fife I Morton I Berwick 2- ' Raith R 2 Queen of the S 3 Rangers I St. Johnstone I Stranraer 1 Stenhousemuir I Tbd Lanark; I Dunfermline 1 ':. - . IRISH LEAGUE v Water Cap ' Ards 1 Linfield 3 Bangor 3 Glenavon 4 Glentoran 2 Derry City 2 Distillery 4 Portadown leads again! VOLKSWAGEN . VALIANT CHEV. & PONT. Rates from -v. .00 n))--"1" rjl AMU ;'. 'J ' Gas, Oil. Insurance Included rt". ' !. ' ) r . Major credit cards honoured '. . j RENT-A-CAR SYSTEM! E !.. orTsoi er saasiore - - ,-. m . fumbled a snap and was forced to paM instead of punt. Liona held Winnipeg to 14 first downs while rolling up 22. .,, riBBT OtARTIS I winmpri nM aaal lO. rlemtna' - - a ST acrosD qcABTan a a C . touchdown iHatnari 14a. PC, rnnvart iKampfl 4-BC . louhawn tawltt) UM a-n.C. convert iKampft . THIRO QUAKTKR a BC. touchdown iSwlttl 1 M T --BC. eovart Kmpti a Winnipeg, ainala iDalvvaum 1 31 rollRTM QUABTEB No acorlng RIASSON CUP. FINALISTS . ' j i. r t ir AiirnnriiTtTB PROTECTS ALL s MAJOR COMPONENTS , No other truck warranty offer such extend vw .; coverage of the major componenU.of tht ' - Engint: Main 7Vnwnito.Bugliiry trniav - Biiasncja and tranafer caan; tV Rear Axle Housing, r ' differential and power divider; Main Frynt nd-sV Front Axle T Btam. front drive xk houButft and differential, upper and lower control arm of independent auapension. Jill raF vwain a j , Dirtta Skart Knlarsrlaaa LM ) ' . Madawaska Boulevard 1 ARNPKIOR, ONTAMO t M3-4m ' ' Uekea V . ' J ; ! sTMBROktr OMTAAIO TAAIO J CERYAIS' A - 1 Phone RE2-7707 -ii.-v. Mike Hamman, left, won the Masson Cup Satur , . day when he defeated Rick Schumann, right. In the final of the annual open handicap competition at the ' Ottawa Tennis Chih The score was 6-3. 6-0, 6-1. Both players had a handicap of minus one-half 30. Hamman, who will be 17 in txtobcr, hold the National Capital lawn Tennis Association Junior men's title. tJnurnal Photo by Dominion Wto! Lawn Bowling IAT ELMDALE N -lay teamed with Jack Ambrose to win the tlmdale Lawn Bowling Club doubles' championship Saturday. May skipped. - The winners out-ecored E. E. Heppenstall and Earl Wood 14-12. In the green singles, Mrs. Kay Hitaman defeated Mrs. Helen Jitead for the lipe. In mixed doubles play Saturday. Mrs. Vi Dover and Herb Giles scored an eight-ender. a - CENTRAL CLUB Mrs. S. Lewis won the vice-president's singlea competition it Central Club greens. Mrs. P. Shanks waa the runner-up. Mrs. Grace Bennett. Guy Moon, Miss G. Hughes and Mrs. MoJIy Doyle, akip, won the Saturday night competition at Central. Second place rink: Miss D. Robertson. Mis. Agnes Bray, Mias Emma E.tple-sixn and Al Swerdfajjer, skip. WFC Leaders Swill. BC Campbell. S Robinson. ( Fleming, W Buchanan. S Coleman. C Cooper. W James, 5 Fleming, B Lewis, W C PROTECTS TRUCK , IN THE LINE J Whether you buy an International pickup or the biggaet highway hauler, you're protected by thia freat, new 100,000, mile warranty; Compare '. International't compiwhenrive protection with . . the more limited warrantiaa offered by other truck " manufacturer. You'll find that only International coven you where it count moat. And you are protected on every truck in the line. . ". -,t: .i'x't c ' ii .-"""INTERHATIONAL TRUCKS -" ' J. , i t , V aT . tsW e . J . a . i i.reur, f8l fieoieri Art:mmmm III KUPEKSTS CUUCE: v ANTttrM, ONTAKIO ' -K Crp 60(f Kt , R03ERT S. CAKEROK Hm .Street, FEgiTH, ONTAltIO ' Phone 267-2891 nn oio OR 24 MONTHS I t ,r v: ,.VV,. ou"r ,a Bna icea oy yvc men , IMTF B M s1lf aVI aV t U A AieftVaTB sat. al as. a aa fc aa sa an a. av a "a sa'.. . ,4 i!i III nnn .........nlwl,ns nnnisaitni wumrANr vr MNnUA, UMIUP f t I ' .515 INDUSTRIAL AVENUE, OTTAWA.' ONTARIO .-1 h a ilia TDC PG I Pts. ? I I I il T I out 0 12 T 5 0 4 0 0 4 0 0 0 14 22 3 0 0 10 0 v The new Ownar't Service Policy provide that the major component of any new Utemtkmal track ' are protected from defective materiale and worfanuaahip on a pro rata bane under normal uae and - Mrvice for a full 2 year or 100,000 mike of operation, or 3,000 hour of operation aa a power eoune, whichever flrrt occur. For the moat complete line of trucka and. the most oornprehensive warranty ., ' m the induatrv. ana vmn naarhv Istamanimal TVivV riaalaa a Rnaok i ; . i . -( - 'v'- ': :S . . . h Tit'; S S J -- - .'-.a af ,42 3 40 I M 30 o : o u o ? 0 111 0 18 6 BUILDING MATERIAL CENTRES TO SERVE YOU Bytewn lumber ; T4S-6SU Gelineou lumber MS-S3S3 PaplfMauvillo Lumbar ; 427-62M f L Bonhommo t Fill lid.' Manlwakl 13tl - . v Mont Lauder til Bonhommt Malerlali ltd. 771-3281 1 '' "." I ' " I ,".." v4 ' nnioinij ran n m i jf ,' 11 1 if 11 n' m f 1 1 1 1 1 it".i Mflo 1 ffl r 70 nn 11111,11 l I 11 11 1 1 r most comprehensive in the industry ; MISSISSIPPI.. " ' Motaee Kagal t CAIOETONL PLACE, ONTAIUO V ' Phone $1 '-: - .r aWviee iUtkB, ItENIIUW.'OVTAiaO Phone-RC2-3704

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page