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The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 14

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: u V.: .".-A-";- "X'-V ':v' -"-: "I':' . . the ottawa.. journal -r- : . V-;. ' , n kid ApL3?i'a6i T . By. JACK St'LU VAN Canadian Pres Sports Editor DETROIT Murray . Bil- four. a Chicago BUcJt H jwk ;hartrock, will accept v! in any formi even if they're cored off hjs backside. 4-. He used that parl.nf .h natoMy if-mRtirTxTlve"" .'the Hawks'a.3-2 overtime-victonv over Detroit .Red Wings that broke a season- .long. 6linpia "jinx for th' Hawks and squared thejir" heat -of -seven - -Sunjex, Cup , semi-fnal at twto games apiece. 1 .-, ' ,.?. It also' provided a sorr.e-what harrowing ctip bap;;m for Roger Crozier, standby. ' Detroit goalkeeper. BACK IN CONTENTION It was 8.21 of the sudden- ' death overtime when Balfour packed his 178-pounds in '.he : line of fire on a blu?lne 5 .blast prom Stn Mikita Before the 22 year-old Crorier could make a move, the puck plunked into try; net a.id Chicago was right back in contention. - And Crozier, who ' had , taken over from the. injured Terry Sawchuk at. 1.56 of me second period with the . , Wings ahead 2 1. mut" be convinced that his tough luck .. rides in pairs. - Regular goa-- tender with Pittsburgh Hornets, he lost by the same scpre in overtime trf the Aces in Quebec' in their American Hockey . League semi-final opener Wednesday night. ' Now, "with Sawchuk tnck in hospital again for treatment of a pinched nerve in his left shoulder. Crozier has been named by coach Sid ' Abel td stan "in Sunday's fifth game aChicago. There is no definitedate for Saw-, chuk's return and Croz.er . thight evefr be. inMhe sixih game here next Tuesday. That's enough to scare anybody off after whathap penea to mm last nignt. Sawchuk. in and out o hospitat since he first dc- veloped the ailment at Lai-cago last Sunday, was headed for his 15th victory over iie Hawks on Olvmpia ice datirg back to Feb. 24. 1962. Parker MacDonald and Gordie Vlowe had scored the Detroit goals and . Ab Mr-Donald had scored for Chi-.cage. PAIN RETURNS . ' '". The pain returned, Sawchuk left the game, and Crozier. watching the pro-breedings from the press oox, hustled to the dressing ro:m iiHjkDyiGP M iij-di 'itliflX OPEN FRIDAY' NIGHTS " OPEN DAILY - - 1.3a A.M. TO P.M. FRIDAY NIGHTS Tit, OUINCAILLERIE Fnfflm&BiL HARDWARE COMPANY! -Tk Stort f Pananal Imiti" 122 Riden Jl. 233-5601 FREE PARHINC eor. Betaercr: ndl Nlch icriolaf HEAOQUAfi rcRS for GOLF CLUBS Sets or individual clubs Campbell - Spalding MacGregor and all Golf- Equipment 18S Sparks St. 233-141 35 Richmond Rd. 722-4331 Whlta Dress " SHIRTS RtUr IS. 7Q MOW, 3 for UM . TAILOR Ml Spirkt rl faatfata Rknpplng "" CfnfrW' V! I L 1 t Bar T i, A Tip Top r i , I i and was set to go after a-22-minute delay. . t V'' . Midway .through the ,th:rd perjod.arvdw'ith the Wings ttmg up a solid wall .n root off the nets. Pier' Piloted gathered in an : t: tempted passout from De- o.t s Alex Delveccnio. l ne Blaclf Hawk took ! wo steps. , ; fired aitO-footenhat bounded, in .the air off frozier's pjds and trickled into the ope.i net off ,hjs shoulder.' ' . . Crosier, was still jwking for th puck when the iigy. went on. ; .'.:-y- - r Delvecchio, ' w'ho earlier. - Saved what, appeared to. be. a Certain" Chicago., goal"" when " be batted the puck into the feornef as it headed for the.. . empty net., was, robbed -bv Hawk goalkeeper Glen HaU ' in ihe finaU seconds of, the thid period. He skated in on Hll who, dropped to his knees to- smother his low ' shot" and then made a stab-; .bing catch of the rebound . The ..Wihgs, who outsliot , Hawks 4,1-33. had a coup! By MARCEL SCHNOBB of The Journal . Westerners continue to dominate the curling picture in Canada. Rinks west of Ontario have won the men's, women's and mixed titles this season . and Thursday night. British WoiuniDi.- .myw eu tne INavy national mam- pionsnips. ". : . It was hardly a contest, neat them. HAD JUST RETURNED Defenceman Bill Gadsbv had just'returned to the,ic after a holding penaltV when Balfour, a two-goal scorer ;n ; 41 Natirinal Hockey, l-eaum games' fhis! season, gor, the winner, Gadsby had crossed, the Detroit blueline and Uas out of the play whert the led ; light flashed. ': . . j. .''Why. couldn't - it . " hive been: a clean goaP'fGadihy asked" no one in ' particuhr .in" the Red . Wing dressing . room. "It-jils't tagged Bil. ; four , and 'in it went. Hi didn't, lay a Stick on it " V 1'li"sTgrr?'1, I'L'. ' I" :b k." 'said BalfourTTle had :een out since-Jan. 23 with a groin injury and returned to the lineup "at 7 the start of t.ii series:" ' l , ,'' j " '. -The victory was a big lift for the Hawks, who won the opener 4 1 and then, wi'h While BC can .claim the Vice-AdmiTal H. s: Rayner. 'ston dropped in . to see his Navy title, all four player arejchief-of Naval Staff and Com-1 former club mates in action yes-from, Manitoba. Gray calls , dore Dick Ross. RCN retired. terday : - The Arn,y Officer, Winnipeg ht hme aivl was n, rk, P.t.4 ,h. ho played Out of Navy last one of Ken Watson's "origi-1 . Grtaham Panted the;year u Quite .ctivrin the Gar- i. him hic.li .rhnol davs. i WestmchOUSe Trophy .. . . Thej ritnh TJuh in Kinestmt . ' . S is two bsquimaitrDaseo warns:. fon-h . e -reat.hed the nea ,rom oney, to mo-jbattled it out for the Westing- Maniloba Brier quarter-finals'0' "Bc- '. The Esquimalt ... Ok rCS jCi 4,-.-. . r-w I . -. . inouse iiDpny anu duu vjiby defeated clubmate John Turner m the main" event - In the second flight, an entry station defeated Al -Trepanier's Corn ail n' team 14-9 for the second flight Dick Ross Trophv. cave Ottawaavy CC its only trophy When Jh defeated Bob . . mm,j Oswald s CornwaUis team i.6.; In " the fourth flight for the Vice-AdmiralWnghrc Trophy. Ed Berezowski of . Stadacona dowrled Ossie Paddon ofHJtta- wa J2-6, .The Esquimalt rink - . I : '" - ' - V - V ' : I, ---v . rn.KT.i . ... ., learned-to curl fct Daniel McIntyre High School and was ,.-, w.tw. He has cur,ed W(lh winning rinks . in ij, Rr Brier nlavdowns and reached the scmi-firials in "the ritnaHliln Tri-Services cham- .. .Q-. , in 1952. His lead. Harry. Wonow is from' Weyburn. Tom Propokow from, Brandon and Bert Watts calls home. Swan River. John .Turner is the only uao n I V. . vii lira v . , . -' malt team. He is from Oshawa. v, :.....- . f'u --'" - . ' Winnipeg. S.d Spencer from: ct-w, r, irom Keiowna. BEHIND THE GLASS . - Trophies were presented at the finish by Rear. Admiral R. A; . Wright. RCN 'retired; skipped by Bob Gray Thursday Amyot & Fifs . .. . 777 5204 Aylmer Building Supplier 684-3275 F. Thibaull llee. 771-6247 Wdllee. 777-1681 Creee Valley 746 4633 Pilon Uee. . ..I. 771-5841 Thibaull lumber 7468125 Trans-Canada Building Supplies. Rockland 762-4996- ; rookis Bob Champoux tak'.rR. they had to hurrv their npt . ,: - jy"" W I ' f'l .'"VrS v I er for the injured SawcnOV andere V , off ihe Ur-et ' i T-" fl ... YjnJ ! ,n .he onenine m.nute Sun P1 on P of ,hm' ' v . ' 'KK.f V T-h'- Referee Vern Buffey ld , X 1 V ; ' SaW A ' V Vviv.';'H '., , f - 1 -'-, -.'. ' -..---. ' ' I ' l:7iLi 7-7; i 0, ' ;-v: ..'4' iTT " LiViiVii' U (JAimns uiv titi r I II ; . , VtaU4SU Uill M W.J Tl lal All. BLataVJ I I I a - .. . . i m Navy curling championships, defeating clubmate John Turner at the Ottawa Club. 12-4..Shown, are left to right. Harry Woznow, Gray, Torn. Propokow and Bert Watts. , Journal Photo h Dominion Wldi of. scoring' bpportunitic's in the regulation 60. minute but Hall was right there to 1x 2 SPRUCE (Strapping) Vit I f. 1 x 3 SPRUCE (Strapping) ...L. 2VC I f-'a x 4 x 8 MASONITE, SPECIAL 1.49 $ht. , Va x 4 x 8 RANDOM LAURENTIAN 4.49 Pre-Finished Woodgrai ... HASH XVrrclAftRY OUT-OF-TOWN CUSTOMERS.- SEE YOUR - LOCAL PAL DEALER' U rJ. ......... . ; mcluding; a lu-minuie : .... VJJ - ' r- N V SJ one game, " 7 27. peared' on the s'cene : Tuesday and won 3-0.. . I his . series is onlv i-. said Howe, "who now has 126. "points In these post seaift frolics,, equalling the record ' setv by. .Maurice Richard of 'Montreal- -L"atwdiensy .big guy. .likely will go utn front before the Wings pak it for the season, .' , The late.st game was the . best played by Chicago since the first 'series e-'o-n-t-e-S-.t, Favored to advance to the finals against the winner of 9 vT'p'-r'n!o-Mrintre'al s?'. the Hawks were skated' into. the ice by the backchecking Detroit forwards and h.'t hard by Red Wing 'defence-.' men. . - .; They carried most of the play into Red Wing . territory in their overtime win but bonspiel was considered the Pst since the competition be-!took two trophies this year in (51 nine years ago ... Most ofKinBston . .-. Viaitin curler. ,he out-of-town players. , 20! rinKS a" were KUMls 01 ine -"'aa kvjn tuning t.iujWnit.n went t0 Edmonton as m em be,r- "".-The entries OnUria reoresentativet..' rmns in ine iina.s were :irom the air naval base at Naden 'taw a club .was chairman of the bonspiel . . PVesideiit of the Ottawa Club is Lt. Cmdr. Norm Dr-Kl Curling Association K. "Casey" Cameron Who. is now .tationedat Stsulacona . ..Casey.. who w pre,i. de1t of ,(he otUwg CIub lasl vear. had to pass up his curl- 'ing this season but is looking forward to next season .". . Capt. Lome Rodenbush, now taking a staff course at King- wonHheojiiT'Canaarah Ottawa East Takes Bantam Hockey Title Ottawa East Thursday captured the bantam,, championship 'of;rhe "RCAF Rockcliffe minor .Hockey Association tourney with a 3-2 victory over Pockcliffe. Scorirg for Ottawa Ea.st were Pete. Laframboise. Court-mache.and Brlsher. For the lasers were . Johnson and Deacon.- 72 . Manor Park took the consolation title with a 3-1 triumph over Ruisell. Scoring for Manor Park were John Longer, Robbie Paterson and Brian Whyte. Ken Morrow scored Russell's only goal. W$ ANGELES (UPI) Los Angejes Dodger manager Walter Alston'! major league career aan. active player conmsts of- flllST PERIOD rvtrotl. P.- McDon!l iUllmn..D'lvecchMj '3 Chicago. A'McDontld 1 iWlurrim. Mikii. PnaJltet:'Rarkir.v 1 3.V M. Tlre'Osr-S',Sp'Kfcrn- S 46. Pilot 1 3D. MacNeil idouhlc minor', "A ,Pronovot Ndoublf mi- nori 10 47, A. Pronovoat iSUS.v MaUt It S7. - , . '.' KKCtiMi p:mot 3- D'troil. How J lUliman. MacDonalrt. . t Iff Penallvr: flainim iMuoonduti i 19 Wharram S 41. Smith SS. Brky 1 1 .22. Hillman 13 00. Joyal 1100. Mikila 19 J - -' THIRU-TZK.1QO 4-r-ChU'a . Pilot 'J Pna;iy: MacNeil 5 01 FIRST OVBRTIMR S Chirato, Ballour 3 iMikila. Hulh ' Penalty; Cadaby 17 : . ' " . - SAVES V Hill II tn I) Sawchuk ' 11 Croirr 4 ,ai! S 39; f 73"! Mrs Vivian RodenBush who were heaping praise on Mr. S R. Hanriaht's - fine rink : Rink! and aforaa: .. ., H ESTINGHOl'SC TROpHT . Etqulmall F.iqHlnalt. Harry Wornow lan .Powick Tom Propokow Sid ' Spcnrrr Brrt Watta Sid., rairbairn Bob- Cray.. John Ttirnar. kip 12 akip-4. ROSS TROPHT. Chlppfita . . CarBWalll At Hodgton Tad Rifby SUn Ay, Ron Crawford John Craig'. Al Trrpanltr. kip 14 ; . kip 9 M ACGILLVR AT TROPHT Ottawa rornwallii Walter Hueulak 3ck Laverdur Jim O 'Nlll Sian Dacry. H. Wllliama. kip 11 Rob Williama Ben Bcrmar Bob. Otald. kip--S TROPHT OlllKI Rill .Monaghan Dava Mlokally Rtu Paddon Oaai Paddon. kip S WRIGHT Ktatfarma Frank Hamilton John C.pnnor Gor Poitraa E. Brrezowiki. . akip 12 . - "X : v Chicago Black Hawks goalie Glenn Hall shaves ice, falls into his net but managed , to make a throwing save in the (frst period of the game in . Detroit against the Red Wings. The puck.deft, eludes Eddie Joyal of the Wings and is pursued by Autry . Erickson''(12);of the Hawks. :''.'..". " , .vV .,-:': . . ' . .'''";- .-.': ', ''' (AP-Jmirnal Wlraphoto) "jSam Snead Shows Heels To Field GREENSBORO. . NC ifl' Professional Golfer' : Association Senior champion Sam Snead showed his heets to the youngsters Thursday, shooting a record-equalling 64 to UVe the first round lead by three strokes in the $35,000 Gromr Greensboro Open golf tournament.' ' .. .' . '.?:.-.'" . ' The . jaunty 5I-yero!d tx-Virginia-hillbilly shot eigh' .ore-under-par holes in putting ta gether nines of 33-31 against par of 36-35 for the 7.000-yird Sedgefield Country Club course. Going into today's round cf the 72-hoIe tournament,' he holds a three-shot edge river Bill Dunk, youthful Australian, and . massive George Bayer, whose putting touch kept him under par. . - U.S. Open champion Julius Boros was alone m fourt'h place ' - :.' Six men were tied at 69, including British Open champion, southpaw Bob Charles. ',. At 70 were seven others, including prime favorites Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaua. SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) Among active players, San Francisco's Willie Mays is try career stolen basejeader wltli 248, 12 more than MaurvWilU. JEWELLERS Registered Gemologist AppraHala lor RiLatra' ana Imaranr . I89B Sparks 236-0681 r ALYEAS A year" ago sales of O'Kcefe Extra- Old Ale .were doing quite nicely, thank you. . 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