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Ottawa, Canada
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Monday, August 31, 1964
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The traditional .blazer U enjoying huge success oh every campus from Ottawa to Princeton and we have therd In the most wanted shades. See them soon in our new store at . ; - q (a 189 Rideau Street 1 OUv H) 189 RIDEAU below Dalhousie, ocroes from ' ' Captures Royal Royal Ottawa Champion TECUMSEH Jean-Guy Seguin won the Tecumseh club championship. defeating Henry Da gen is three and two in the 36-hole match play finals Sunday. a ' RIVERMEAD CLUB Mr. and Mrs. Howard Rio- pelle won the two bait foursome competition for the Club Saturday. 5, R. Berry and Wnl" " ".T u, k. bined to win the mens two- al., W. rd'"' th club tournament i .ni MrP1 tn CtatarfcBl Golf ball sweeps: Mr. and Mrs. Ted m c....m. Fen wick; Peter Malcolm and Mrs. R. Ladouceur; Mr. and Mrs. Murray Forman; F. deaRivierea and Mrs. P. Malcolm: AU Mor gan and Mrs. O. S. Craik; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dawson; Mr. and Mrs. Don Goodwill le; W. K. Bower and Mrs. F. MacKinnon; Mr. and Mrs. Don McGivern: Mr. and Mrs. Peter Warnarr, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Birkett; Mr. and Mrs. Ted Hickey. Pierre Moreault and Eleanor Demp ster, (last three teams tossed). Peter Mayo won the Junior club championship for ' the Blade Trophy, at Rlvermead Sunday.:. '. y . ' ; "'OTTAWA HUNT. Following are those who qualified in the annual P. D. Rosa Trophy competition, the dub championship event. Hughle Riopelle, Ian Weather- spoon, j Peter . Zebchuk. Bob STREET the of Wilier ,' ;189 Rideau St ' Keane. Moss Innes, Barney Quintal, Bob James, John Ted-ham. Don Cordukef , Mack Ross, Bob Stimpson, Norm Simmons. Jack Galbraith, Lea Forsyth, Larry Agar, John Johnston. Finals are to be played by September 13. OUfAOUAIS Ken Fraser and Bob Craw ford scored semi-final victories in men's Class "A" club championship play at the Outaouaia Glof Club on Sunday, and meet in the 36-hole final on September 7. Fraser eliminated John Hryhorchuk, one up, ' while Crawford edged Jean-Paul Tes-sier on the 19th hole. Semi-finalists have been de cided in the Clan "B" championship. Mike Yamane meets Georges Potvin in one match with Hard ins Dawe facing Henri Sabourin in the.!othej . V ' CARLETON GOLF CLUB A pair of teams tied for top honors in the father and. son two-ball foursome competition John and Mike Balrd and James and John Valliant dead' locked for. top honors with a net score each of 68. u. Third place went to Mort and Jack Kalan with a net of 72. GATINEAU GOUT CLUB In the final, match for the Gatineeu mixed two ball for the Coulson shield the team of Miss Ansie Reda and J. H Johnston defeated Mrs. R. Beit- rand and J. Y; Gaudreau. The team of Miss L Daly and R. Peacock finished with a low net of 69' to win the Blackburn Trophy for mixed two ball stroke play competi' lion.'; - :v CFJARKOX ' honors went to the team of; Sampson and Rodney. Winner- of the mixed two-ball waa Mrs. Verries and Bailey. Runner-up honors went to Mrs. Moore and Drew. This tourney waa also played on Saturday. a a a RIDEAU GLEN Rod and Richard Bradford, a father-eon combination, won the beat ball competition for the Jack Depratto Trophy at the Rideau Glen Club. The winners had a net score of 51 K. Runnera-up: Bert Moore end Bert Gamble with a 82 H net . ; Don Gaw and Katby Holmes scored an 81 gross to win the Jan Harvey Trophy, a mixed two-ball competition. Jack Fripp and Mary Henderson won the two-hole playoff for second place. Eddie Flowers and Eva Barnes lost the playoff to finish third. Ball sweep winners: Fred Nicholls. Grace Ellard, Kathy Holmes. Finals for the Connie Tudin Match Play Trophy U slsted for next Saturday be tween Mel McCoy and Connie Tudin. i , AT TECUMSEH Mrs. R. S. Cross won the ladies' club championship it Tecumseh. Runner-up waa Miss E. Heneberry. AT GLENLEA The ladies' invitation mixed two-ball at the Glenlea won by Mrs. Marg Murphy and Romeo Guenette. Runnera-up were Mrs. A. Robertson and Leo Regimbald. Mrs. R. S. Cross 1 Wins Golf Title Tecumseh Golf Club results: . Handicap championship event: In the final round of match play Mrs. R. S. Cross defeated Miss M. Steele to win the handicap championship event . Ladies' two-ball competition: Winner, Miss T. Vacbon and Mrs. H. Longstreet; runner-up, Mrs. S. Greene and Miss G. Braulti -- Class "B" 18-hole championship event: Winner, Mrs. B. Charron; runner-up, Mies T. Potvin. COMPLETE CAR CARE CENTRE ' Including ' , MUFFLERS ' and SHOCKS KING NEPTUNE CAR WASH LTD. 1S7I Carting Ave." ns-mi i iSIIIUIIIIIUIIISIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Mutt avMaviaa umr FUEL OIL RasMmtlal and Cmarcial r v 1 I THE OTTAWA JOURNAL MONDAY, AUGUST 31, 1984 K v . 17 .at I Lharlie Marathon Final at . Chariie Wortben and Or. Fred Clinckett played a pre aura-filled 3fl holes of golf under a bright and hot tun yesterday beora they could decide this year' winner of the Royal Ottawa Golf Club's match play-champioiuhip. And when ' it wag finally over on the. 39th hole, Charlie Worthen, was the 'victor in' thit ' marathan. playoff. Some of the members thought it was the longest match play club final ' played on the rolling fairways of the Royal.' . , , -., -i It fUrted out as 36-hole ' championship event and Wor-then got off to a great start He led by three boles after nine. But Clinckett, the defending champion, came back to' win the . 13UL 14th and 15th to square the match and the players halved the remainder to complete the 18 all even. The second 18 was tight all the way and the lead exchanged hands continually. Dr. Clinckett helped himself out of a spot on the 35th hole when he rapped in a 20-foot birdie put to head for the 36th hole, and the, final one of regulation play, all even. Both players picked up pars' oa the 36th and so the match went into overtime. They halved the first ra hole with part and halved the second . with bogies. On the deciding hole both had good drives. Clinckett shanked his approach shot and fell short of the green. From there he was on in three and two puts for a bogie five. Worthen blasted bis secoiwdiMi i8.hoi, tou,. Hmman was - rJL :L u , ,tick-i - mxjij uv necucn iwo puis h win ine ciuo title. In the consolation final for the Finnle Cup, A.; L. McBain defeated Robert Hyndman 4 TECU1..SEH GCLF cuEuxa cur GATINEAU, QUEBEC ,, tl WIB IOw'oPO FOI RAT .Green fee player accepted during week day until I p.m. and after 1.30 p.m-, Saturdays, Snndayi and holidays. ' nn jo wn cm $xoo oi unntDirs. ' SOXDATS mi R0UD1TS v , "'' Golf Tournaments Welcome oa Thursdays. Half i Coif Memberships Available. ; TELEPHONE S-SOSl FOR RATES V SSVE-SAVE-SAVE nvr.iv LUMBER Preecott Hwy. at Cleatvtew . S2S-1MS COAL COKE OIL HEATING EQUIPMENT . 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Dave Hillman; B dasa Gordy Haynet, Ken Sturrock, Chuck Kemp; C Class P. Breault; Saturday sweep: A . Class Darryl Dewar, D. Benoit; B Class-B. Murray, cnucit Kemp, D. Lauben C Class A, MUbrtth. Mrs. E. & Light and Mrs. S. Slater won the weekly ladies' event Mrs. D. H. Laubei won the Eclectic Tournament BUZERS BRIGHTEN - THE CAMPUS WITH A BLAZE OF color; ft drop In ind have Coka with !! we're at Rideau St. - ' Greenwood Race TOSONTO cw 'a ulU OrMa- Wttod IUcway Batufday tht: rint rac STOU. S yaar otdi and up. Pan. mOa: Ambroaa Abba T. huh, n to. 1150. : Billy a Kxoraaa iK. Oalbralthl. SSO 1.40. Gallant H Orattan (M L'Hauraum. 3 J. TiiM. 07 ;S (pary Ban, Oinodaae. Laaharv" Bon-;, Anothar Look. Nan a Man aba atartad. lacond eeoe. S yaar olda and up. Paea; mlla: Captain Bond iJ. Holm. I. 7 10. 10. J OO, Da la Mlta IK. Oalbralthl. ISO. 110: LotUa O (D. MrMuttl. 100 Tlma. lot l-S Boyal Prlnoa Dlllard. Manha Hal. Andy Counaal. Ambaa. aador Dlract alaa atartad. 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