The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada on February 2, 1974 · Page 20
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'.' ' ' 20 Saturday, February 2, 1974 . . j The Ottawa Journal 1 v Haes regains sight ' Pe r t h Blue Wings, the coaching staff at Rensselaer College in New York State ' and most of all Mike Hayes breathed a collective sigh of' relief this week. , - Hayes thfi leading scorer with the Blue Wings in the Ottawa Valley Junior B Hockey League has regained the sight of his right eye and will be back in the Perth lineup come ' playoff time. . " . - The grade 13 student at Smiths Falls Collegiate had Carleton Heights minor - liockey results Cartoon Heights Minor Hockey - League results: ATOM DIVISION CAPITAL LEGION, ll OTTAWA JOURNAL, J. Copltoi Legion Oonny Crosby (2)1 Ottawa Journal Emlllo Sanchez (2). . CITY VIEW BLICTRIC, 71 QUALITY CATERERS, 2. City View Electric Robert Fronds , Robbie Ash-wln (2), Tony BuJIIj, Tommy Ruddy. ' OuoHty Cafewj J"m4 Wootoo (2). OTTAWA JOURNAL, I;.1 CITY -VIEW ELECTRIC, 1. Ottawa Jour, not Emlllo Swchi O). City View Electric Tommy Ruddy. MOSQUITO DIVISION CITY VIEW KIWANIS, tl ADJH-' LEIAN ASSOCIATES, V City. View . KIwanls-Jotm White- (4), David McCartney (2). ' Adlelelan Aesocl-otos Patrick Fatoon (2), Norman Cowan, Mark PMIIIppe. CAMPEAU, 1 MINTO, 0. Camp- - ou Joml Eastwood. Shut- out Peter LeBelle. . -. ADJELItAN ASSOCIATES, . ' CAMPEAU, 1.- AdleMon AssociatesMark Bustard (2). Mark Phil-. Ilpp (2). Camoeau Gordon Brophy. PEE WEE DIVISION WESTWAY MOTORS, if MONTGOMERY LEGION, i. Westway Motors Raid Wlllet (2), Stephen Ash-Held (3), Greo Wfber. Montgomery Leolon John Eastwood ' (2). ' . -r RAFTERS SHELL, 7r MONTOOM--ERY LEGION, 4. Rafters Shell Alan ' Freemontle (3), Rod Fleck (2), Brton Goodord. Terry Swanney.- Mbntgom- -. try Legion Jeff McCormack (2). John Eastwood, Robbie Lafleur. WESTWAY MOTORS, tl MOORE'S-SPORTING GOODS, S. Westway Mo--.- tors Stephen Ashfleld (3), Greg W-ber (3).' Moore's Sporting Oooos Jimmy Jenkins (3), Nell Henderson (J). - RIDUUVIBW PHARMACY. ll ELLIOTT TRAILERS. 2. Rldeauvlew : Pharmacy Rod- Smith -(Si,- Gary " Thomas, Fiorenzo Brescoln. Elliott Traders Mike Grablec, Tom Klese- WESTWAY MOTORS, ; RAPTERS SHELL, 7. Westway Motors Raid WHIett, Stephen Ashfleld (4), Ian Ross. Greg Weber (2). Rafters Shell Brian Goddard (4), Al Free-mantle, Terry Swanney (2). BANTAM DIVISION RIDEAUVIEW IOA, tl OTTAWA . CABLEVISION, , RIDEAUVIEW IGA Marc LegauK (2), John Blasloll (2) , Hugh Foloon, A ton Henderson. Ottawa Cablevlslon Rick Jessome (3) , Mike Jenkins. ODSA seeks more teams The Ottawa District Soccer Association is presently ac- -r - cepting new., -applications ..jJVjftfrW'1 '?5;k V taenlberla-yearthere; fof ' I .a 1 11 P K ' ' ' were 31 teams competing .to' V Vc the four divisions of the leagM. This yew. the Assod- ' " ation has ." already - been strengthened by the addition of. the Lebanese Community Association and the Bytowa Centennials.-Any other soccer teams-- interested in joining should contact the Association . secretary, Gord Lawrence at 728-3217. NOMINATION WILLIAMS CHEV. OLDS., LTEE .; ROGER RENAUD Mr. Frank Williams, President of Williams Chev. Olds. Ltee is pleased to announce that Mr. Roger Renaud is now a member of his professional sales team. Mr. Roger Renaud invites all his past clients and friends to visit him at his new location for the . purchase of their next new or used car. 950 ST. JOSEPH BLVD., HULL 777-2731 ttfWLWP.ismt I 0 Sears Correction! Th Surplus Centra advertisement in , Thursday night's paper showed a Red Twist carpet reg. 39.1 2 for 1 9.00. The size . should have read 2'" x 1 1 ' 1 0". We regret any inconvenience this error may have caused. .... his glasses smashed by a high stick in a game against Ottawa 67s 10 days ago. The splintered glass penetrated the - eye and emergency surgery was necessary to remove the glass. - . The young hockey player was released from hospital this week, and. is under doctor's orders to "take it easy for-a couple of weeks." - Hayes has already accepted a scholarship at Rensselaer for the school term beginning next September. RAFTERS SHELL, ll KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS, 1. Rafters Shell Peter Monlscalco (3), Mitch La4our, Jamie -Harper, Frank Llber-a-tore, Peter Weber. Knights of Columbus Wayre Jennings. RIDEAUVIEW IOA, Si RAFTERS SHELL, J. Rldeauvlew IGA Terry Lecuyer, John Blasloll (2), Alan Hen-derata (2). Rafters Shell Peter Ma-niscalco (2), Jamla Harper. MIDGET DIVISION , PARKWOOD HILLS -, FOODLAND, tl FALOON FLYERS, X Parkwood Hills John Lawrence (2), Peter Ashfleld (3), Phil Grant. Feioon FlyersWait Grablec, Don Jamie son. Mike Oatwey. ADJELEIAN ASSOCIATES, 11; PA-LOON FLYERS, 0. Adlelan AssociatesDave Ingraham, Mike Haynes (4), Bill Maklnson (S) Glen Mack. Shutout John Come. ' ' , ADJELEIAN ASSOCIATES, ' l PARKWOOD HILLS FOODLAND, Adleieianr Associates Glen Mack (3), Tom Horrls, Mike Haynes, Dave Jenkins. Parkwood Hills Peter-Ashfleld, Greg Mc Cor mock. Snooker tourney-continues Three more games In the - King of the Hall snooker series will be played this week, the , seventh week of the.l2-man tournament. Andre Goyette plays Julien St. Denis Monday night at St. ' Laurent; -Greg Kennedy plays Andre Goyette Tuesday night, at GEM; and Julien St. Denis plays Tony Lemay Wednesday, at Wellington. :. '-.- The tournament at the three Broken Cue.' ' establishments continues until March 11. Ail games start at 7 p.m. ; Phil Maloney named GM VANCOUVER (CP) Phil Maloney, coach of the Vari couver Canucks since Jan. IS, was appointed Thursday as general manager of the National Hockey -League club for, the balance of the 1973-74 season. Canucks president Coleman E. Coley Hall, in announcing what the club called "sweeping changes,", also said general manager Hal Laycoe has been given a -"leave of absence" and "the -services of Bill McCreary have been dispensed with as of today," ' Laycoe started as the team's coach when Vancouver entered' the NHL four' years ago and 'was . assistant, and acting ' general ' manager- before ; being named e general manager for. this season., , ; , . McCreary- started' this sea-" son as coach, and Was dropped" from ; that, post in favor of, Maloney. - ' '. ;'." '"' .';"'-,.. "Phil Maloney is now bur general manager ' and everybody- connected with the ; yan-icouver hockey club will come tinder his jurisdiction, which includes Larry Regan, who is our special assignment scout," Hall said in an official statement v , -.': 1 , Regan, former general manager of the NHL Los Angeles Kings, joined the Canucks midway through this season. Since Maloney's appointment as coach, the Canucks have won three games and lost four and are still -a distant last to the NHL East division. ''. THREE SOUTHPAWS SIGN CINCINNATI (AP) Cu cinnarJ Reds announced Friday the signing of left-handed McQueen and Pat Osburn to 1974 contracts with the National League club. . - ' , Surplus Centra after freak ihjury " -;: "I can see fairly well right npw," - said Hayes Friday, night," but if I follow the soc- tor's orders, he says my .eye will . be 100 per cent in two weeks."-A - i - "It's pretty remarkable. I guess I owe an awful lot to the doctor," added Hay$s, whose 24 goals and 34 assists put him in the league's top ltt scorers at' the time of his injury. ' . Ottawa native Brian Hook is not so -lucky. He lost his eye;' following an injury while play--? ing for Royal Military College '.V AVWgoesd long way in relieyinggas problems by getting terrific gas mileage; . f '; -Plus it gets rid of nervous-upsets due. to owning a new car: Because with . f V Volkswagehs Owners Secunty. Blanket,. you're provided with the best care any car can have.Jn sickness and in health. ' '"' , ' " " . As a matter of fact, Volkswagen can cure lots of problems that most cars can't.- . ; Maybe you should take two. . - ,, . lansdowne Volkswagen Ltd. Pat Plante Autos Ltee. ; Shane Volkswagen Limited 740 BANK JTREET, OTTAWA,! 2335673 - 850 ST. JOSEPH BLVD., HULL, 770JJ220 ; 1300 MICHAEL STREET, OTTAWA, 7454886' Eedmen against Queen's' .Golden1 Gaels on Wednesday . night. ' pt ' . ,v , r '.': ; ; ; . ; Hook, a defenceman, was struck in the eye by a deflected slapshot and doctors re moved the eye on Thursday morning.- ,:- - - Several other players, ini eluding Toronto Majlborps' 'Greg Neeld and Kingston Canadians1 Greg Hoist have suf-' feted similar injuries this; year. Hoist regained his sight, while Neeld lost -his.--Both-players sent Hayes telegrams .' while he was in hospital. '; .': 1 t - iiwnHiwiraionunuiiunminuinniuniHtnmiiiiiiiminnHiKiiimnm I Kart3n; Qoutier takes i 1 i Can-Ani do , J; ASPEN, Colo. (CP) Cana-, dian - skiers finished high on. 'the list Fridy in the Koch Cup section of the Can-Am ski series. -, J - x '- Korea Cloutier, 17, or Lor-i raine,- Que., won' the girl's downhill race' with a time of 109.36 seconds. Lolly Moss, 21,' or apoxane, wasn., came sec-, r ohd with 109.71 and Jane Roll-1 ins, . 24, V of .Orange.,: Conn.- placed third. , . 'a.-, - Miss Cloutier leads - Cana- -3tj!fy''-;'4 - ft. . - S to- -it, ' - - A' -. , -( -' wnKill I ' dian women in standings with 58 points, 'tied for fifth spot with Betsy ,. Devin, ' 17, of Seattle, Wash. ' v Gary Aiken, 20, of Trail'. B.C., remains the leader in the; -. m e n - s - standings . ; with. 107 ' points,, picking up eight points , Friday with a, fifth place f in- ' .ish in the men's downhill com- . petition. ,, ..." . ' First place ..went .to -Steve ' Devin, 20,': of Seattle, Wash., ,. ; with a time of 207.39 seconds.' i -'; Honest John's Braves in am lain Lome Bowles hit for 30 points to leaa Honest jonn s craves w scowe was Richard's- star witn a 105-43 win over Algonquin Col; 26 points while Peter Ptiipps .college to C-ttawa Seniojc City Bas- lected.29 points jn the losing ef-ketball League action recently..-, fort.; ... v , , ' v , " Jim Noris scored 16 points in ' 1 ' '' ,, the losing cause. s - . In. other gamesi' Deer Lodge Natives' nipped Warriors 77-76; and X L. Richards beat Albion Alumni 78-75. . , t Dave Montagano was Natives top, scorer, with 30 .points and Tom Gosse wasv WaTiors' top 0 " 7- "j 7 t : ' Westway Motors Limited 1450 MERIVALE ROAD, OTTAWA 5, 224-1248, cage point-getter with 21 points-Pete BENGALS SIGN KOLLAR CINCINNATI (AP) Cin cinnati Bengals of the Nation- a Footba League announced the signing Friday of Bill, Ko-lar, their No. 1 pick in the re-, cent. NFL draft of college payers. . .v IT 3T

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