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Monday, August 31, 1964
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n a at' i- m Maw quarterback Ted Radmore managed only .13 yard in the air to balance off.. Against that Sooner combined for a total , CjM LIBRARIAN WANTED To establish and malnUlt. library at Cn Regional Headquarters, Moncton, J . N.B. Should be university graduate v with Bachelor of Library Science de-' it 'grea and have experience hi a speci-! allsed library, preferably business and ' ' - technical. , V V: ' ' ; '. i .Permanent position, attractive salary. and MnnkiVM hatnaflta flnitahla rtari. a 'l . . ... a . . a a . A v cai assistance wui oe provided. Appiy tn writing with full particulars of age : i ;mb. c t, RiDEoinr. 'AdrfllnlstraUv AsdsUnt Canadian National Railways, if yt Moncton, NJ1 '..' ' vAB replies will be kept strictly eoofldential Richelieu .JHs.. rm BMiiril r i in in 17. tJKi Buear Franca ,(taaa Boitjr. ise a mm i. at Mei Hereauo. see Taw. les it., Brooa. Rama, Lavera E.. steady eaae Marl, Licoui Vm (Ctonwnt awiweu), 10 M. fa. - Se: . 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AUGUST 31. 1964 Trojans Win on Myles' Late TD Sooners Blank Eastview 21-0 A till fourth quarter touchdown provided Ottawa Trojana with 11-7 decision over Mont real's Easton Chargers in their first taterlockmg' assignment in the Junior Football League Sunday at Brantwood Park. It marked Trojan' second win in as -many starts and kept them atari on top of the three-team Ottawa Interprovih-eial iecOon. SQUARES RECORD In another, league game Ottawa Sooner had a little too much going for them when they piled up. a 21-9 shutout triumph over Eastview Lions k at East-view. Tbe win squares Sooners' record at one winand one loss. In Montreal, last -year's Dominion finalists, NDG Maple Leah stayed to step with Tro-an by scoring' their second straight win, defeating Town of Mount Royal 25-11. At Brantwood Ricky Myles hulled over from the one-yard line on third down with three minutes remaining to supply Trojan with their margin of victory. ' : It wa Myles' second touchdown of the afternoon and It applied the finishing touches to a standout two-way performance by the former Fisher Park High School star! Chargers, started strongly. They stored lour plays after the opening kick-off with quarterback Jim Little throwing 14 yards to Brian Acton in the end tone Butch Peddle kicked the convert. Myles sliced the lead slimming m from six yards out before the opening quarter closed and then he came on to win it . in' the fourth. The jpsers were plagued by fumbje and interceptions with the alert Trojaniickmg off five Easton aerial. - - . TOTAL OFFENCE . ' Eastern's tola offence covered 204 yards 105 on the ground, and 99 through the air. Trojans' quarterback Ted Robinson . sent halve - Myle and Litle and fullback Dan Dever through good holes for 191 yards and' he threw for 5) more for tout of 244 yards. Myles was the top runner picking up 71 yards in IS shots. Resolute -tackling by Sooners stopped Eastview in their tracks. Lions finished off wi'b a minus 12 yards rushing and a.TOlE CLOCKS Solve Payroll Problems aimm kKQRons ' JOB COJI IKOttBB TM STAMK CORTBOl IME STSIDS OFFICE APPLIANCES UNITED ,, 1M-JT QUEEN STREET - lM-TSSl ( Um . i . - . , - Pre Parking on our own lot' at Kent and Queen , ?,'.' Open Saturday until 13 00 noon . offence of 3M yard. Quarterback Bob McCarthy picked out flaws tn Eastview's pass defence throwng for 201 yards. McCarthy hit on eight of I) throws with Gord Pranschke and Bonnie Powers picking off three apiece for 41 and 45 yards respectively One of Pranschke 's receptions resulted in Sooners' opening touchdown. McCarthy and halfback D a v'e Vivian scored the other majors for the winners. Biff1 Dolan was credited with a safety touch and Murray Kuntz' convert rounded out the scoring. Skip -Corrjgan wa the principal figure in Soonersr ground game. He raced for 15 yards In 14 carries nd all that damage was inflicted tn the second half. Andy Blain was East-view's feeding light. He intercepted two of McCarthy passes and also recovered a fumble. FLANKER SCORES TWICE MONTREAL (CP) - Montreal NDG Maple .Leafs beat Town of Mount Royal Lions 25-12 in Metropolitan Junior Football League action Sunday. . Speedy NDG flanker Al Schreiber scored two touch downs on passes.' He opened the scoring in the first quarter by taking a screen paj and wrapped up the game for NDG In the fourth on a 15-yard pass and ran. Both were from quarterback Sandy Purdy. ; Mount Royal touchdown were (cored by Alan Pag and Dan Pato. v,- - . Other NDG scorer were Joe Arc are ahd Rick Fairinirn. who cashed in on one of Purdy" s frequent options. The convert, only on completed in th tltatMrt OMW. IM, 4.t Pan's ttn itwmim Hortea). 1.40 Tim. 1 0 . HilSwtr, OoM Aawerthy. IMta Luck, (im UomH. Cala-wt RoMcrcA ak Marua, . OalmUat SIS.I. rUtlk Mil. m aur ai ana- MrUn Wick ILm rUur, 7. . 4 46: Dll Ck (Aattrt Van- awpMlll. is.. Oi Cotnl atoo (Thorn Startoai, S o Tlow. t OS. Waatmrla wick. BaaTlw. 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Candy Maaatala. wwoajar yatcn. auaasag Envy ale atari. . . man: Sis.4. ' gants'.' was on a Purdy pas to Pet Regimbald. SOONSHS. 11: IASTVKW. MBIT qUABTIB No arorlna SBCONO CiUABTKB l-oonara. touchdowa. (Cord Pratuchkei TBIBO UUABTtB S Sooner, touchdown (Bob McCarthy 1. rOUBTB qUABTKB 1 aeonan. toucadowa 1 (Daea Vlvtaal. 4 eoonara. convert (Murray Kuntil. I 1 Boonari. aafety touch (Biff DoUn. TBOiAN. It: CASTOM, riBS OUABTSB 1 Carton. UMicndown (Brian Acton I SEaaton. contrart (Butch Peddle 1 Trojan, louchdown ,t 1 Ricky My lea). SECOND QVABTIB Ne oorlne. THIRD QUABTKB No ecorlna rOURTH QVARTEB 4 Trojan, touchdown iRIcky Myleal Junior Grid Standings INTEBPBOVINriAI. JUNIOR W U T r A P Tojan 1 I t M IS I Sooncra 1 1 1 11 1 Eaitview 0 10 4 MONTBEAI. MKTBO 1R. ; W L t F A P ndg a a 41 ie TMR I 1 11 11 1 Eaatoh. 0 1 40 NEXT S.tMSS Thuraday NDG v Eaaton ' Ft. day. Sooners va TMR Bunday Eaatelew va Trolana WINS MWI4 T1M0N1LM. Md. rAP) - A Ion bettor won $44.1141 in the twin-double Saturday at Timo- mum Race Track the largest Roman Brother Takes mm American Derby NEW YORK (CP) Roimo Brother, the -l favorite spurted from well back to cap tur the IIJ4.W9 American Derby for three-year-old by one length at Chicago's Arlington Park Saturday. Urged by Jockey' Fernanda Alvaru. Roman Brother wore dowa Lt. Stevens in ithe home stretch of the 1-mile feature. Lt, Steven s, carrying six, pound lea than Roman Broth er's top weighted IS. finished second five lengths ahead of Close By. ridden by Bill Shoemaker. Fourth in the 1 horse field was Clem Pac, ridden by Bill Hartack. Bold L a d,- continuing his surge to the two-year-old cham pionship, smashed Saratoga's track record for ' furlongs when he won tbe 1111,121 Hope ful Stakes in a sizzling Mi J-i. t- CITY WHIPS ROMA TORONTO (CP) Toronto! 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