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The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 20

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Lii. 77: -"7- 7 7-77-. Vr'VW ,7 v: .'7-7.7 7 7' : MKET TIIE UOCKKT Poe fo 200 young hockey players art'dtoai:hcs of the- RC.AF: Minor H pc k ey' -League met hockey great Maurice VRckt'': Richard Tuesday . night at the Airmen , Mess at RCAF Rockclifte. Richard came io Ottawa, to present prjes and trophies al the banquet. ; - . V .. ; .,-.Journal Ptioto by Dohiininn W Primroses, Monties I n Hull Tonight Ottawa junior Monties and! Ottawa Primroses will meet to-.; night in the third game of their best-of-seven ODHA.ftnaJ series at the Hull Arena at8.30 p.m. Primroses ' are playing ihe series under orotest accordina1 J Monne.s lead the series 20, games. They won the! opener 5-2. and teok the second me 6 4 A 'V.' i schedule as J siiputated . . by f primroses are protesting i,n?Br.ockv,in ice. depending on to club manager Tommy Uw-c? from an eligibte-Teague aon. But.he said he didn't ex-b.v-fAH A standards, pect a ruling for a few days at Lawson contends that Mont-least. ' ; - lies did . not - play a . 24-game. Lawson said last night'hat . , : . . '....-.-:;.. .he 13 yeridinj the,.w.tten.'pro-1-'.7----.-'- .--test, along with the fieressary: J r-bOGCGr ' jCOTCS $25 cheque.' to the ODHA. .. i ; -4 ,,--'- . . ' :u - S-A-L-E 1 ill 500 ' BICYCLES New, 29.3 up ; Second Hand, SIS up - IlEStd. tKicxxm TOWN .TBAPE I IN. VOIR -OLO BIKK BYLES &Co7 30507 Bank St. 236-B6II BrlWevrt Somrtst nd . MrLren Strrcu . We. I! Where ,.".:' . WHITE Vi v7';.:- ' :fel - . , '': '; '" ! i ; I ! I do They 're the, largest . 4 ri claiming Monties. do not ' LONDON (CP) Results of I English League soccer games Tuesday nighK - ..' ENGLISH LEAGL - Division I -J CAHA rules.. . Fourth game in the series pvill be played oh Friday night either in the Hull Arena'or on the rfsi'ijt of j-he Nlontagnard Richmond senior gaoie tonights Shfiild ' 'Nfontiej' seniors -win therl trip inhiny mill pr -r it in i rlTY. I " MU.l ntuay. ... -r-r-"- r Tournament Saturday: five pin bowling tourfia-j Fanes in Ste. Rose de Xima. tournament' is open to f anvnn nA iValsfftrl to Start at -r.n on -.Saturdav. Play Willi icontmoe on anh.y startmg at; M-vnM l1n 1 -a,. X ' 1 nvr alcove . .- CLEVELAND Ohio (UPI) i . . ' 1 The American Hockey League hfmed the Buffalo Bisonij .- " J jjjiotj for an illegal loan of player and suspended Buffalo centre-Gerald UMelnyk indef i nitely.". . . T ; ' , : 4 i ... y t .' 3;m"t . scheduled th .TMnd -'VMi at the En RoUlant Ma 1 BoUle Burftley 1 Bolton; I Division II Bury 3 St'unlhorpe 2 Northamptcm-2. Portsmoiilh 1 Swansea' ' Plymouth 1 Division III Barhsley 3 Peterborough I Bristol R 2 Bbu'rnemouih 3 Colchester") Watford ; Coventry I Port Vaie'-I Shrewsbury I Brentford 1" Pivision IV Rochdale 2 .Dohcaster 2 ; Journal- Wnt Ada bring quirk results.' purnicy i onimn I - Sheff,eld.-.U.,4.:olverhaniion Sfoke 3 West HaMVO M wonderful rums come' from blq nded by CAPTAiOloiiGiiN "from stacks of rum iV the world. great brands LABEL r v"-'F . : .1.' -v v' .'5 CAPTAIN' COLD LABEL - -I 2 DE LUXE ' vva - . i - m i..-.,-.-- .... I - I ftJ . v , :.? f - i . ... c r-ttll-T- t;iU:--i h i . . -.11 J i r--m l I M0R0AN RUM -DISTILLERS LIMITED SUPPLIERS TO )E ROYAL CAN ADl AM NAVY ( . : - s- ':-r .':r.';-7;';;v7' - .. ' , .'7-'-: - 'V,l '., I ' '.."..'--'.'.:..'- ..... ( : ... k, -'..'."- ;- I I Old Pros Brilliant By (i FORGE C. LANGFORD I'PI Sports, Writer .The veterans have. had the tWi of it this Spring. A fist (til. iff. ldj pros are enisx jui ltead -the Chicago Joying-- an . unusually brilliant eirtwbitirtn' ieaann . wfiile ', sharing 'thfir .positions .with th ba,l!hoid 'rookies, - who, for'djnat runs, t i the mast Dart, have done an early fade out. v., r - f . Ye.tierdavs exhibition result i had a tvp'icai (for 15)64) ' Veteran . ' ' .1. i.j ' "... . tlavowhich singled out: - v '. Camilo P a s c u a 1. who; ,tiurledeven shutout innings ti erend his jsriutout string to as the .M.nije.sola Twins : r.-; roraea tneir, nrtn siraigni vie- t '0111,' "D'f. la.o'v .- t . . ' Y'ie P(wer, fighting for th?1 Twins first ba.se job. who cof lected tiwe-iUJffThe-ftoory i to" up his batting average J;V .429. -Hanlr- Aaron. " who ' ham- nnred his "fourth exhibitipnrNew--Yo.rk Met, Frank.Lary horrflf run in thered-hot' Midland Hank Aguirre of Detroit waukee Braves' 6 3 decision! and Bob - Shaw- of the San over the Detroit Tigers, , fxancisco Giants. . Willie Mc-.' Bob Sadowski. the youth- Covey of the Giants has been Tui vet-or tne braves - wnorone oi trve leading siuggers blanked the Tigers: pn "three Ijits through the first five "innings. He'. :now. has yielded only one -rurt in .4? Innings for' a'.53 irned, run average, ' rMt)bsev; SkoWron'of-the Washington SenaWrs. who led: a 16-hit attack against Balti-t the Pirates attack: more's Steve Berber and relief!.. Charley Lau squeezed home ace Stu Miller, for an 11-5 vie lory; .Skowron has 13 hits in; Exhibition t t.'',itTiH;Bi,nc.jl.":,yj P.ti-Jjurh -'- tr(oVi(WVf NY iJtK ' I.W 000 IKK1-I M Jii. 1M oon noa t is -9rhwU.. Bork i4i Bt-tTi-nd JPa:ronl: '. lxcae- s.rim n ,s,. w soh'aii. istim'a. hr- ""'" .I". . to.t, .rAii - . at oil Jv Phli, -tb, olo no. 000 oio 0- .Minnraoia , - an uuu ui-t 11. I i Bunninc and irrrai. , rawuai. j .u. r. ...i 1 a. Uo - vi. r, icT11.hr.' ' . , ,ir. niPt.-ii, . l ..1 , 1 rVnu-iinB Dnt.ltT . 7 UimillAn . . . - . - .. Miinnrn . ,ii?iir.K iniii. fin tn AKi-r ana dmid. r. - j . . - wardv : W Aker. -I- Sheldon, j i and Oraihrv D. Brown i. W-r HR KC Cimoll. jDaniela I. Bartwr. HRr-Balti- L ' T Vo n ' .or-OraiiMr: , . ... - : '; 7? at phoenix, abiz. , iiHiiaton 220 1:0 n n o - Podrea. Rirhrr 1 - rnTf-Hlillr ' Brurt,. Raymond and v-roi., W Bruc. U-Podri, x . ' .'. at -AiftisoT. ri.A St iuia ' 000 100 221 6 12 1 rhl-n lAi4 000 202 Wx 7 0 Crai. JanttT (?l Hughea i) andTClev!and OOO 00O 0203 .7 2 Cokr. Rirktta i7.;. rihcr. Kr-jicagoi;i2!'010 02 11 1 rit Xckl? (7i WitheTm Cirant and Aacua; J c k a o n. and VLcNartney W Arkley. , !- ' Sc:hurr It' "and "Bertell. W Jack-Hufhn'.' HRS SI' Iui Bor. aon I. Grant HRS- Cleveland Bjjchck. ..Chicaao Hanaen i. Sport BIG WINNERS NEW YORK (UPI) Twelve jockeys, topped by Willie. Shoemaker, won nore than $1 million in purses during' 1963. Shoemaker's mounts earned $2,526,923. iobc GOOD RETURN CHICAGO (U"PI) The highest priced winrverinHhe United' Stales during 1 , was -Jva-linda. -which paid $382.00 .at Arlington Park on Aug 12.-1I SIGNS CONTRACT NEW YORK (UPlV-Jim KaU ravage, 29, an NFL ari-star for the past three years, yesterday agreed to terms with the New York Giants for 1964. , V NAMED CAPTAIN KINGSTON, RI 0pl) Steve Chubin of Forest Hill, NY. will serve as captain of the 1964-65 University of Rhode Island las-ketball team. ' LEADING OWNER HOT SPRINGS. Ark. (UPD During 1963 a total of 134 .. Lumber and. Building Supply Dealer Thibault Lumber' i.SHM 125 Green Valley SH8-4833 Garard Ue ' PR7-I68I Amyot & Fila -PR7.5204 F. TntbauU tzttzzJOUMri Aylmer Lumber MU4-3275 Pilon Ltee 7 .. PRI-5S4I WHY PAT MORE! (Ill TOUR "PAL" . Enjoying Sort 22 atbiiis .fvri robust '.591 avera"e -Roil Haen. who il.ujsfid A. two hmerrun$ nd drove in White jSoxU6;,i"' 7-6 triumph over the .St LoiiiS 'OrdinaLsj,! Uj,! "9Se Ken Brtver drove in three Cifjpjtcher get shelled in the list home run.' , . .1 ..Marry: - iougn.-wno. nil his fourth hoftie run of the S'prtng for Cikinnitrin", try j lnj. j T iknk,l.jAUk.4'f I Reds' 4 3 lo,s tbThiladelphia's "A" team . And Larry. Jackson,, who recjitered his third vicfr'.f5rr;ix for the sixth iTiohi i;m. the Chkago Cubs. - pitching! feven scorciess inmnK-aKaiiiaM seven scoreless (nmng -against i . . . i .. j (ianiA K I m ftvuriiir. hnmr inril two singles it 'theiCMbsVeljgied home, the on' victory. ; J Other veterans who did rl$ play yesterday but Are enjoy ing exceptional Springs ; are pitchers Carlton vWilley of the : In other games yesterday the Pittsburgh Pirates capitalized on -four, outfield errors by the New York Mets to gain an 8-4; victory. RookieRex Johnston. with three Tiits, and Willif Star j gell. with a two-run. homer, led! tte winning run in the lasi of,; the, 10th inning to give the Baseball . ' at cLtLwTtii..rL. . . Cincinnati ooo III ooo 004 St phila.'-. . 003 ooo;w si 4 11 Ph upCnni Dirkaon (Si Nk-hoia ,4 , ,n(1 ...I4wrd, Mihaffejr. sdhii iInWImiIi Durn (II 'and Triandoa. WDuran -Nichota I H R Cin.3r-KaoUf hi t' Lakeland, ri.jK; viiiuaukM 110 !na looi-Jl li 6 Detroit 000 ood 103 3 - t o 'Sad.ojukl. Funk (61 Rlbani t and Bailey. Rcxf i4i; Wirkaraham. .Ji Koch island-Pror ihan W adowakt .C Wickcr- haw ICR -Mit H Aon. WMhint'tmi opr sn-ito ir.ls ,2 1 010 011 011 a 3 .i...o..a v,,n-' o..k.' , . .. . . ... - i it. D...i-r, .-i.nri iv .-..-... Bonon 000 000 001 TT in Tfn. 200 aoa J i o Connolly. Wood li Ear.lay (Si and Nixon: Sanford. Pirrca ii a'ftdk Crahdall Connolly. W Sanlord. ''.-; at meii ARIZ. -WtKlM-r. Chicago Santo. 'South Mountain Leads Junior Hockey Finals ; SOUTH MOUNTAIN (Special) South. Mountain wof the first a me in the best-of-seven Ea,stefn Ontario 'Junior ''W hwkey finals - Tuesdav night at Mornsburg Frdl Harper fired the winning goal) lit. ,.rt'?T-" r.. . a , m A UUI iltjf. MIC sruiiu -wciiiiii-i. perioa to oeieai wkbwiii a-i.-t Next game is Wednesday night at Morrishurg at 30 p.m. Briefs - horses raced for Mlnon H- Vn Berg of Columbus, Neb., the year's leading owner with 201 winners. ..." ' " THE FAVORITE , NEW YORK (UPI) Man O'War was an odda on favorite in the first race in which he ran, an overnight purse at Belmont Park on June 6, 1919". SERVICE TODAY , ... VANCOUVER, Wash. "(UPI) Funeral services will be held today7for George Philbrook, a former Notre Dame football star who died ait his home Sunday night, - POSTPONE OPENING , aAKRON, Ohio (UPI) Asc;ot Park, which was scheduled to begin thoroughbred racing today, lias postponed its opening untip' Friday because of snow and freezing temperature's Hathaway 7. " 7 Slnrts-r- nftw, fashionable, . ' bold tripes ' LIMITED : Tailor 'v-Haherdaahar f43 Sparkt St, 232-4724 Parking at the Carparlsy i 1 ' "T.. , -.. .' 7'-....-7 ' ' '-' .. "' ' ' ' i ' '7'''- ' 7-j '''' - 7 ..' .''-'' ' . " ' f'i . -. T"--. '.'. 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