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V 18 HKe' Sport MJcahn " . . 8f BILL WESTWICK "THIS CAHA scramble with 1 sonta queer etorte before nor an than aufgaauoa from pull eut of tha Quebec Leasue mm to veer thee days towards suspensions or resignatlone, thara may ba M tailing who fata loat In tha ihuffla but tha idea f Senator now making a bid for a playoff with tha Marltlmea batten whatever logic may ba left. One of tha chief alma lor a couple af years in tha Quebac League haj ban to (Ida-track tha Maritime la a playoff. There will be wooing of ana faetion by tha ether aa thia equabble con tinue,, but nobody can axe-Tommy Car nun making any movea - like that tight now. And Tommy can't fee tt either, or couldn't laat Bight Only the good Lord knowa what could happen later on. but t the moment not only it Ottawa tied u la a eeriee wita ru-eoutiml but the Senator have quite a (take In thl Quebec - Laagu-- It la a powerful circuit, haa proved I very successful Deration and It la puulinf to flgure where Ottawa would benefit by withdrawal. v t - a a - a PIITZRSNT IT LIAGfJB PID TT. x - George Dudley haa mentioned that any Quebec League club pledging It allegiance to the CAHA could be lined up againtt - the Marttlmee to an Alexander iha a hallow enough aerie and youj wonder if the CAHA in Its . present attitude toward the whole met, would countenance a Quebec League team fulfilling It own league'' playoff commit snenta end then being aaaigned a spot against the Maritime. Th deadline ta tonight, and the CAHA doean't seem to be In any yielding humor. It would be a different story If the Quebec League a a whole took aome action. The fact they've taken a middle course by withdrawing from the Quebec Branch hain't proved aatisfac-tory enough to get the CAHA blearing for a aerie with th Western League. And the latter circuit, while expressing a liking for (uch a tie-up, (till I rather hesitant about getting into a tangle with the CAHA. After all, they funnel players through that organisation, too.' '.. -' Regardless of what happens there la net likely to be any inai settlement until tha annual meeting of the CAHA. Any umber of things could happen in the interim but the whole matter seems bound to aa issue at th May meeting of th governing ody. It's a puzzling predicament for the Quebec League and one that call tor aome sound Judgment. i ADAMS SHAKES IN ANOTHER ONI. ' la the Intensely competitive atmosphere of sport, there is a well backed saying that successful manager or coaches are never good losers. Today the Bed Wing of Detroit own their ninth Rational League hockey title, but anybody who know Jack Adams also know ha wont be satisfied until his' Wings add a Stanley Cup triumph. Whether satisfied then is a moot point, but it a a dead cinch he'll be shooting tor this one with all the desire and tight that has marked hi Derations in his long stay at th helm of the Fed Wings. They have fastened the nickname of "Jolly Jack" on Adams, rid trua enough he's as pleasant a man as he ever was whea he was tapering off hts playing career with the old Ottawa Senators Slor to taking the coaching )ob at Detroit After 20 years en i bench, he called in Tommy Ivan a most suoresaful move it was, too but always tha man still la command, of deals and policy at Detroit is Jack Adams. The policy hasn't changed much through the years, , but while it's paid U and Adams la as solid as rock at Detroit, it trgsnt alwaya thus. Ha had his trials and tribulations. When he first took ever the hsmmer were out In the age-old fashion. At one time there were howls for a change, but the late Jim N orris stood resolutely behind him. As Norris said at the time, Mare promised htm a fair, trial, and he'll get a fair trial". . a - . a a - a -. . i ,-'' CLAIMS SENTIMENT WINS NOTHING. Among hockey leaders there have been few bolder dealers than Adams, though there will be people to tell you that aome of them may not have been all his owa Ideas. Yet he was the man who survived after movea that have all but confounded aome hockey fan la general as well as Detroit followers. Yet there was always sound reasoning behind them aa la the case whea be dealt off "Black Jack" Stewart, one o the most popular performers to ever wear a Detroit sweater. - Bill Quacktnbush was traded the same year he made the all-star team with Detroit There were other aurpriaing trade such aa the move of Harry Lumlay at his peak and that af Lee Reise. A few of them were not too surprising to aome hockey men close to the NHL scene. They Just did a little winking and nodded knowingly, but Adams still never has weakened his team. A building program has kept th Wings solidly backed up with new talent His efforts In this direction have been noted by more than hockey fans. Some Detroit writer report rumblings among tha Motor City baseball fane that he should take over the general management of the Tigers and offer the same leadership to that American League club. . . i Adams has long since learned that sentiment hain't much jf a place In current NHL operation. . , "I learned long ago that sentiment will get me nothing In hockey", he said. "The last time we won a Stanley Cup I didn't change the lineup out of sentiment and before we could help ourselves w bad dropped to fifth place." a . a ' a a . -' BOULEVARD BANTER. "J The best pitching Philadelphia Athletic have had In three exhibition games has coma from an all-Ottawa cast . . . Charlie Bit hop, Joe Coleman (4) and Marion Fricano (7) did tha twirling for a one-hit performance against Washington In th A' opener .. . Neal Watlington did the catching . . . Meanwhile Jean Pierre Roy has found tha spot he'll enjoy more then anything els outside of baseball . . .'Jean Pierre la singing in the "Cansdiana" room of a Miami Beach hotel . . . Quebec seems satisfied with the way Renaud and Nixon, two rearguards, have worked en the winga with Mario . . . Aces have Valleyflcld in a Jaad way and seem a cinch to advance another stag . . . Announcement Jerry Scala has returned his signed contract mean the former Oriole will be on hand early at Leesburg . . . The lobe are ooen but early figuring by 6kafl placed Wright In right field with Scala at centre and Dick Greco banked oa tor a big try at left . . . However, Greco hasn't signed yet. a- r-r-T v 1 f V V M . V Ji ..11 Rita DJllon' led tha field In tha Canadian National Livestock Records Bowling League, yes- ttrdar with a eroa of TH. while Marlon Gordon's 100 was top i single. In the men ivuion.lncIud,d t ingi 0f 120. F. Harry Lilllco's 671 cross led the list and Bud'Cashman had the, high alngle, a 2SU r Frank Ball rolled a T40 cross to lead the' men In the NMe Hawks League, while Lois Park led the ladies with the high cross of 667. High singles went to Shirley Hyland with a 211 and Maurice Lamottie with a t TAAia r poller and Bob Mnran tied for high cross In tha CPRl Carfare and Freight League last night both rolling a S2. High'lt night High single went to Single went to Bill Saundera Mo St Jean, with a 31. Other with a 1A. Mrs. Violet La-!core: Allaire, .647; Ralph rhanc led the ladies with a 633,1 Baylls, 627; Mtirph Chamber-while Mr. Betty Oatapyk took '". 613; Fred Toone, 632: the ladies' single honors with a Gerry Legaee, 121; Gerry Shry-J57 iburt, 122; Thee Boyer, 117. - e -a a Art Pop set the pace In the Defence Research Board Bewl - lng League last alght with eroa of 674 while Merv Cark - nr roiled a 614. High single. honors went to Pole Lustrk for ". a 264 and Claude Murray for a 236. In the ladies' division, Joy Murray waa at the top with, I ' tne Queboe Branch may Wad to tt U all over, but probably none ... . a . . . at V - r- VaV.-4ts.j VsV.0 aaftAag) ajtssak-daa taaas aV 4w 4 tn taariiirnes mat iniawa may it this (tier. Since tha faahion Trophy playoff. But that, would Adam will be completely 635-260 and Jean Kennedy wllesl a strtafrJl. . , ; . , , Lafortuae tiok the men niftri VI van) ( dtaiiftiw ill mi?, HOPE Lesgue with an (2T that Mentiel was runner-up in both departmenta, with 790 and 31J. W. McNaity-followed with a cross of 761 and single of 263. 2LiSr?2? "1 at 1 1 a I m.ii smMin inai 13 m ' h mi r-o w. 1 J,i 41 a ta , ia IB . 11 5 41 aft : r rrwm Bl 91 Car Carriers It. I nn? 1 1 ; i I l v l II A V I as of w l i i Barnes, 600. Btaaaiag. sti r-i-.i MarOonaM Diinn .... JVt'Mtaff . Syl Descouers came up wllh'Snnn ... the:I"rTL " high cross of 022 to. lead Maple Leal Men a Mouse league , -..ttaaeia. , Arrrt v.;.,' '. jirij lt 4a Tu """"i:::: J7 Dun-ma i. n rt us tt tm 14 rr )t at v. ..I:;::::'.::::: m v rxtawa-a i si X . Harry LeRoy led the Depart ment of Agriculture with a cross , - United League results: Ladles high cross, Doreca Miller. 834; ladies high tingle. Winnie Tinder,' 200; men's high cross, Charlee Tinder, 711; men' high tingle, Charles Tinder, 204. .' -. ' a , I ' Lionet Lehlane rolled an 876 cross that included a single of 124 to swtsp the men's honor In tha Orlesna Leaeue at their laat oullng. J. P. Turf eon was! runner-up with 754 and 171. Mr. G. Borrteleau led tha ladle with 306 and 243. THf OTTAWA JOURNAL TUESDAY. MARCH 10. 195X Senators to Follow Pattern 1 11 Same Lineup Making Journey, Stahan Out; in Ottawa Friday Senator are back la Cbicou - tlml tonumt -Brenared to take on tha saauenoaeui I. aa. .tvU . .. ... , " . of hockey the Utter may employ and confident enough of their ability to cop with tt While the feeling pen lata coach Rally Hebert will continue the eagy tactics used here on last Satur day night coach Alejt Smart point back to the Senator victory on the night and claim it will be all right with htm. ' Cslag Same Liaetjp. .--Smart is using-exactly... th saso team that brat the Sarue- .nMng.gteudaorlum ever the week-end and ha decided to leave "Butch" Stahan at home for further rest of hi Injured ankle.' Stahan ia nursing a bruised instep after stopping a shot with it In the opening game. His hockey boots have been re inforced to cover the injured spot and it is considered quite likely he will be back in action whea the two teams continue their playoff aeries at the Auditorium on Friday night Otherwise the dub waa in good shape whea they left the city early this1 morning. Bobby Copp complained of a sore chest, but the veteran defenceman was along with his ma tea and pre- pared to take his regular turn on the defence along with Vlei Grigg, Bobby Robertson and Johnny Arundel. Scala Current For A's Centre ' Gerry Scala. announced as signed by the Ottawa Athletics last-night is the leading choice to play centre field on the 10S1 edition of the dub. Scala, who haa said he's gnxlous to com here, was with Baltimore Oriole last year. where he batted .240 while playing In centre. The A's obtained the 27-year-old outfielder in a trade tor Stan Jok earlier this Winter. . A native of Bayonne, NJ, Scala has been la baseball sine 1042, when he was with Butlei of the Pennsylvania State As-soetation. The next year he began a two-year hitch with the l Smart sent hi squad through harp workout yesterday after- Russian Proposals Rejected By Hockey League Congress ZURICH, Switzerland, March 10 (UP) AH Ruaslsn ' proposals submitted to the annual congress of the International Hockey League met with failure the congress opened Tester- day. Twenty countries aent dele- gale to the congress and an additional four members were represented by ' proxy. The meeting was presided over by Dr. Fritz Kraatz of Switzerland, European chairman of the league,-- ' A Russian proposal to alter the world and European championship modus waa defeated by 20 to 10 votes, with only delegates from Eastern European countries voting for it- The Rus sians had proposed that the Olympic Ice hockey tournament should be considered the world championships and that world championships ahould be only disputed two years after an SRA Holds Banquet To Fete Hockey Clubs Players of the four teams sponsored by 6RA la the playground leagues this yesr will be honored st a banquet and dance to be held in the Sandy Hill Community Centre this coming Saturday. ; Guest speakers will be J. T. Richard, MP for East OtUwa. Controller Roy Donaldson and Alderman Charles St Germain. All teen-agers and adults are welcome. SRA sponsored clubs In the Juvenile, pec-wee, bantam and midget playground circuits-. this season. 733, made up of alngle of 276, 214 and 241. Lucy Morlnl led the ladles with a cToa of 666. . Other high scores: J F. SchrsHer, .640 (300);' R. Fits- Pti,i,,fcia Lanerrier. 647: YEtkV n00" " P"nneo to seep at iline intact The Ottawa leader wail aaUsAed with the work of all three front ranks in an effort that tied the aeries at one game apiece over the week-end, Red Johnson, "Bull" Gagnon and Billy Richardson will be together again with tmll Dege- nais, Billy Robinson and Jackie Glesebrecht working another ahVt walla Jackie Leclair pivots the lead-on una with nip ruo-pe lie and Leo Gravellc Banking him... . BaclTBere Friday. ' 1 need beT Arundel caalnove up 'to' spclT off s forward" in Trfi; emergency. This lineup looked good on Saturday and tha confi dence gained- from that victory should stand them la good stead. If they eaa knock off tha Sagueneeng at home, their chance of a aerie victory will be considerably enhanced. After playing here oa Friday they go back to the Northern Quebec hockey centre for a Sunday game. Meanwhile- thara 1 a poasl blllty that she team may make a later trip to Chicoutimi by air. The players have been polled on the subject and are agree- able to the plan for crowded week-ends which call for return games. There has been no dell nit decision by the Senator management yet Top Choice Field Spot U.S. Navy, and haa been playing regularly since 'it. He's had three major league trials with Chicsgo, the longest In 1SS0, when be played - 40 game for th American League club. He also spent part of that season wjth Buffalo of the IL. where he batted, J 11 in 4S games. Before going to Baltimore, he was. with Sacramento of the Pacific Coast Loop, hitting .270 la 124 games. He played 441 with Orioles laat season. Hi 121 hit Included "20 doubles, sine triple and a homer. Scala ended the season with 44 RBl'a to his credit Olympiad. In th Intervals, only European championships should be played. - The Ruaslsns- af .proposed that Russian be recognized as official language by the league. The German delegation Immediately moved that German, too, should ba made aa official language. The British delegation introduced a motion that no new official . language should be recognized at all, .keeping French and English as only offlclsl languages. This motion waa adopted with IT against 10 votes with two abstention. Th congress then charged a commission to study the present rule of th league. On determining the . nationality af players. The British delegation ' hsd proposed to change these rules to enable au Canadian-born British subjects to be included 'in British teams. Overtime Markers By Boville Give Richmond Series RICHMOND, March 10. (Special) A pair of overtime markers by Weldy Boville gave Richmond Boyala a 5-1 win and their best-of-three ODHA Inter-mediate ."A" series with RCAF Sabre her last night ' Royal hdV advance to meet the winner of the Gltlneeu Mills-Hawkesbury series la the district semi-final which opens In either Thurso or Hawkesbury Sunday. , -'Laat nlght'a win gave Royals the aeries In two straight games, after they'd finished regulation time tied 1-1. . . . ,.BovHle...maAeJiinljpyal to get two in laat nightTwin.T. while Jim Sheehan, Eddie Walter and Roger Hunter got the olhers. John Qullty, Ren Betanger, Tom Moore and Frank Oatway got the Sabres' goals. Richmond Coal, Nicholson; defence, Rkmx, Walters. Boucher, Paul; forwards, Boville, Wicker. Gallpeau. Win- gate, Hunter. Roblllard, Rloprlle, TayW, Sheehan. " Sabre Goal, Sabourin; defence, Nolan, Ronke, Qullty, Sere; forwards, Belanger, King. WHEN BUILDING For' Insulation he sura to specify Hjyley'g Gnder Blocks HAL'.YUYLEY&SC'.S ""' LIMITED BtJtLDCRS' SCFFLIES ..rdaaa'a Raad . 1-771 J Filchock Arrives : In 'Dobberville' REG IN A, March 10. CF FUngin' Frank! Filchock arrived here yesterday to complete coaching plana for Saskatchewan Roughrlder of the Western Interprovlncial Football Union. Filchock. ousted as Edmonton Eskimos coach last Fall after a disagreement With club officials, succeeds Glenn Dobbs who re- vert to play ing"UtuaTHe-' wasjnea vywelght" .-ehsmptonr Hsnst accompanied by his family and Jo (the Toe) Agulrre his former coaching aid at Edmonton who 1 expected to diacuat a contract with Rider official. - Johnny Kama, formes' Illinois footbalLslar JiriUi Chicago Car dinal! last yet.wa snother Re- gin visitor, put nis csu was strictly social. Karras came In to visit restaurant owner Nick Pappas. He met with Regina dub officers but there waa no business involved. Quakers Clinch Playoff Berth . .,, east as. - af s . aa -4 Vtv .a-V A, J( a trwt i. A.i-i.-Ait EDMONTON; Much le-CpJ, Athletel! ,.T M tajlndUn. won their cond Grape- The eight - team wtitifi, w,ird exhlblUon game during Hockey League to entering hejwhlch th PlritM took ad-last two weeks of Ito marathon 'lnUe of flv erro te Kon M...M akAi4.,lA ttiii Anlv MM team has cinched one of the six playoff berths. That club is Doug Bentley'a defending champion Saskatoon Quakera. But although holding first place by a seven-point margin ever Vancouver Canucks, Quakera have yet to nail down the top spot . , Canucks snd Calgary Stam-peders, a point behind Vancouver, have played tw fewer games than Quakers who have four games remaining la the regular schedule. ' It Is a hot battle for the other alght unearned runa and then almost lost the game by blow- lng a seven-run lead The Athletics tied the score at 7-all m tha seventh on Cass Michaels' two-run homer. The Pirates then won by scoring their finsl two runs la the eighth with rookie Carlo Ber five playoff spot. Only 11 points Wn snd Dick Rozek pitched for separate aecond-place Vancouver Philadelphia, while Pittsburgh and the tail-end Victoria; uted Bob HalL Bob Friend and Cougars. And all of the teams in, MurrT Dickson. this scramble have five more u . -.. games yet to play. M"tU err,r,e- New Westminster Royals, who Mickey MsnUe, 11-year-old trail Calgary by three point, boy wonder tentatively named lead Edmonton Flyers by two. the world champion Yankees-Bud PoilCa-Flyers are in the 1031 deanup hitter, was re- best soot with eight lames vet to plsy, most of sny tesm. They lead Tacoma Rockets by a single point Seattle Bombers by two and Cougars by five, Beliveau Tops KM Scoring List With 89 Points . MONTREAL. March 0 Official figure, released today. on Individual scoring la tha reg ular season of tha Quebec Sen' lor Hockey League confirmed what everybody knew Jean Beliveau finished la front with 0 points.' Tha star centre of Auebec Aces put together SO goals highest In that department by 10 and 10 assists. Andre Corrl-veau of Valleyfjeld Brasses wss second with 8S points, made up of 40 goals and 43 assists. Sherman White of Chicoutimi SagueneenS, who finished third In league plsy, waa high man with assists, ST, and had a total of 81 points. - Behind him came:. -Stan Smrke, Chicoutimi, 01 points; Ralph (Bucky) Buchanan, Chi coutimi, 71; Tod Campeau, Sher- brooke, 68; Jacques Locaa, Sher brooke, 64; Ludger Tremblay, Quebec. 61; Jackie Leclair, Ot tawa, SO; Leo Gravelle. Ottawa, and Sklppy BurchelL Montreal, 36 each. Unknowns Upset Top Doubles Team SYDNEY. March 10, ( A pair of unknowns, K. M. Anderson and M. Klrby, upset Mervyn Rose snd Don Candy, one of Australia's top doubles teams, 6-4, T-S. -0 yesterday in the quarter-finals of the Australian hard court tennis ehamplon-hlp. MASSEY TO VISIT CALGARY. CALGARY. March 10. CD I Mayor D. H. Msckay said Men-day he haa been ' Informed ,fi srn Canaial.yiacesit Maa- aey will visit Calgary May 10-20. Moore, Oatwty, Miller, Reld, Gravelle, Richer. , . - Officials Percy Shore, John Metvoy; SUITS 43.W-P.C3-C3.C3 OIL BURNER i SERVICE -, i ; Call.. iTOBIN EVEREDY COMPANY 47T RdlaM tnv ' . - ' , - ' Important Test for Robert With Hans Hermann Tonight Yvoa Robert, Canada's first-r using native wrestler, take his moat important step tonight la a come-back aimed at recovering the till from which he nee abdicated, feeling at that time that hia wrestling days' were done. .. II think, was stsleneas. Now. with The. clever French Canadian. that load off my mind 1 feel bet-now going at top speed, meets; tor than for a long time, and the burly, belligerent German Hermann, at th Coliseum, In a malch of two falls In three. By winning. Robert wiU put him- elf In line for a title bout The' former champion, arriving here last Dlght. declared he felt he m... k. u... . ... ii. I-' hi careerT - i i ' a lone Wmm nravlotia tA mat felt I had physical Ilia that made I It dangerous for me to continue : competition. But after I had a' 1 to handle the tough German" , " ' '' . . ' .llU who will undoubtedly launch ' . .?f i!. J -VM. Ja battering attack, seeking to " make the most of a weight ad -1 " th? u PlYn, vantage running between 10 snd, , ' ' j 40 pound. Hermann ha ham- .'JifLr? uj a . .ii uit i. hi.rluu-ume ia.-ln zcheduie-cioeer A's Drop Weird Performance, Mantle Shines as Clean-Up HAVANA. Cuba March 10.1 nler stesllng home for what made It three strsight victories proved thg deciding run. It wssj in exhibition plsy when they his second stolen base of the downed the Reds, 7-1. despltej game. Is mildly disappointing debut by Pittsburgh scored six run onj Ned Carver, while the Browns three hits la the first inning ; defeated the Hollywood Stars when the A's made three errors. Alex Kellner, John Maekln- spondlng to the biggest chsl lenge of hi career yesterday with a .400 batting average. Mantle aent his Grapefruit Lesgue avenge soaring to that: diazv he'eht . K Linda aa he . .. , smssnea a notne run, aoumei and - a- alngle la the Yankees' 0-4 victory over the Red Sox. Paced by Mantle, tha Yankees truly resembled the "Bronx Bomber" or "window breakers' of previous years. Mantle's homer travelled far over the right field fence at Sarasota, Fla.. and was followed by another over the same wall by Berra. Both drives travelled bout 413 feet and It marked the first time such drives hsd been hit over the barrier In one game sine th Red Sox begaa training there la 1031. Maglle la Form. The Giants, meanwhile were heartened whea ll-f ama winner Sal Maglto reported bis back "felt fine" after his debut against tha Cuba. Msglia, aide-lined alx weeks with a lame back In 1932. permitted only two hits and blanked the Cub tor three innings as the Giants scored a 0-4 victory. "Tha back felt fine", Maglle reported. "It didn't bother me a bit It was a disappointing debut for Johnny Klippsteln of the Cubs, however, who Is counted a to blossom into a lS-to-lg- game winner this yesr. The Giants hopped oa him for four runs In the third inning, doubles by Bobby Thomson snd Whitey Lockmsn featuring the assault. Hank - Sauer. the National League's moat valuable player, hit his second home run In as msny days for the Cubs and Roy Smalley, making a strong bid to remain as regular short stop, bit two homers. Lcmea Hammering; Outfielder Jim Lemon, -al ready tabbed as "the rookie of th year" .by Cleveland parti- tana, continued his brilliant per-' formanees In exhibition games as the Indians walloped the White Sox, 11-T. Lemon, no re-1 latioa to Cleveland's 20-gam Tuesday YVON ROBERT vs. S Fan Prlreat T$c, $1.66, Ml pmrts -here, and hie eewto. -ii w.. Ki- ,i. liheartv dial Ik of fanflom. Robert always popular here. will be the keen sentimental choice tonight winning Bob Lemon, hammered homer and a trinla aa the Third -baseman Ed Mathews! of the Brsves sounded another! warning that ba may challenge Ralph Klner and Sauer for home run homers this year when he banged out a three-run homer and a run-producing single in Boston's 6-4 triumph over the Cardinals. It was the Brsves' first victory after two losses to the Dodgers. And those surprising Tigers of the PCL, 3 2. WhlUMlelpMa (A) ana tit tea t T 1 nitrtmrah ini ai aeeaxx a is I kellner. , Maritime "osak "I ana wainnftan: n. Hall, man (81, DlrhMW (B) and Garaalola. WP Frtnut. LP Bosak. Ram rua Michaels. Al Laaelaa. Clnrlnnatl (Ml . anetlwiaeS 1 Detroit (Ai ... ana ooo 04 x T a a r. amlta. IS. Jardaa (Tl an rot lev LanSrltli (l; WltM. Cirnr 141. M Jaraaa IT) an Balls. Buena (l. Al av Peurskar. Brtpn mi .... aiaaJiioa an l St. Lauis K) ... aoaaoeaoo 1 e AnUMMlU. Crane 141, Jrnter (71 an St. Clair (Tl: Mima, Cham- (41, Boalmna (Tl an D. Blc. At Clearwaur. , cm-nan - FhllBae - mi ee4ana 4 a I (ni iaiaana a a i Kom. Martin IS) an Baldwta. Iml Br,, aaaier. rwasranaa ISl Hiiia. Al Sareeete. Hew Vark (A) . cmohbho It au(aa iai .... laoooeeis a ia l aearborouall. Kusava (4). Srnaffer (Tl ana Barrm, Silvers 'SI, Bunwleuw (Tl; Curtis, unaie ill. rtlendmea (SJ an 8ilbT, BuUlvaa (). PHIUHUIphla IN) otlBI t Brnoklra (K) .. eat III 1 S It a Booms, fudzlk it), Pewrsaa Id an tannatt; Black, teat IB), tea (S aa campaneiia. waiaer (e. wr-s At raaaaia. Chlaea (Ni ... aoa IIS iai I l M-w Vw. MI BAAMnM a U mtpnstetn. Nattan (41. Lawn (Tt and Atwau, avana iai; saaana, carwui (4), Spanese (T) an Yvara, CslSseawa itU At Taaaa. Chleara (A) .; eossm aia Til I ClevaUn (A) . llllOTOOa II - Kaeaaa. Hudaoa (41, Crlmslar (Bl. Petenon IB) an Ft. 1. Wilson: Cramak, Aaaraauua (i, waia iti ana Upton. At Baa SWrmaraina. Natli asii fpet) son ait inc 1 It at. iutt (ai . aaaase na a is a Slenir. Fisher (41. O'Donnell (T) sn Mamna: Utttonal. piUMta (41. Upehureh (71, Wllaaai (S), Sewar (S ana lasrao, Hold T Meeting To Plan Regional Volleyball Tourney A meeting win be held at the YMCA Wednesday at 12 10 to arrange for th Eastern Ontario regional volleyball champ Ion ships. '''. With the tournament date set tor April 11. directors hope to get organized and arrange fori several exhibition games priori to the tourney. Any teams Interested In playing Is asked to attend the meeting or contect, Louis Bonnenfsnt at the "Y" The new executive, elected at a recent meeting, is as follows: President, Jack Crawford; secretary, Louis Bonnenfsnt; corresponding secretary. Lorn Lament; treasurer, Reg Hsrmer; directors, John Kszsnaky, Don McMillan. S.43 p.m. . HANS HERMANN. Out W S Phone l-:2 HULL I f - ; AU1DITII1IIJM PILON LTIE. Eatttm Ontmrit DhtrtWrt rirwaoda ARBORfTB - Barclay PrimUl Wallbeard tasraUttati lUafbig - ' PI ask weed Boar . 71 Blvd. tJu Sacrai Coeur, in Chicoutimi good rest I felt like training eo 1 consulted a aerie of specialists. They all agreed that there was -nothing st all organically wrong with me. said It was per fectly aafe for me to go ahead. train and compete. My trouble, I am wrestling better." I Ottawa U;Takes Conference Title With 8-1 Record Rnbtit mil issad 4I l-apee4;, ?rfrT?-wi-tomk LENNOX VILLE, Que., March 10 (Special) Denia Harbk'a Ottawa University eager toft her ever the week-end with tha Ottawa St. Lawrence Conference . basketball crown attar a 60-41 win over Bishop's. Tha Ottawa quintet finished w.nfn 9. M. "J;, ". there, they rapid! attended iL-r. tr b". Hank Hetnik scored IS points to lead the winning attack, while Charlie Mlnnehaa and Lou Lrfaive each added another 10. Top man for the losers was Hodgnun. with 10 in tha losing effort Abbott snd Greenwood each had eight Ottawa U Hetnik IS, Hunt 3. Mendes 2. Minnehan .10. Baron 4. Lapointe T. Vailquat "' rd S. Bishop Hodgmsn 11, Purdy. w'u- Abbott 6, Bennett . 1. Larabe 4, Grnwod 8, Komery, Widsworth 1. Total 42. RA 'Spiel Results r Results of yesterday's play In the RA bonaplel: At Rldeaa. Dennis Harvey. Trade and Commerce, 8; R. McNabb, Pest Office, a, (extra end). C A. Narraway, ' P a b 1 1 c Works. 10; R. B. McKeiuie, SecreUry of State, 8, (extra end). F. Fraser, Resources, 0; Sgt- Major H. Robertson, RCMP, 8. L. W. Pea rial. Agriculture, 14; W. T. Stanley, Defence Production, J, ... At Ottawa. SUIt-Sgt. H. F. Attfleld. ND (Army). II; W. 8. Campbell, Transport 8.. Dave Sim, National Revenue No. 1 win by default from National Research Council. ' E.RFisherltL fll-IIS Domestic Galvanised Iron Hot Water Tanks also fittings tor cement J septic tanks . , NOW IN STOCK : Erskine-Snith! sag Casnaaay i 2T7 Kidttaa St td. . j Ml 91 ; Roofin.-Shttf Mttol Work j j. d. saiiderso:: COMPANY .. 1. 575 McLsmkJ St FLOORS TBI NSW VINYL " Asphalt Llstoleaav ... Rabbe 1 PLASTIC WALL TILEJ . Easy Maathly Fayateato j ' ; GtKRY "'- ' LOWREY 1171 Wellington St - Offlea 8-7628 Peawa 8-4127W FC3 VERY NEED OTTAWA-SLU. atUVSST EIlY-LEDUe I 6T Wellhigtoa St a TIM KEN lALSt AKB ItXVIca . caxt, s-tia ' IMITID im 6fvtrtUTm rr. iff SPARKS ft. j L lt

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