The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada on June 17, 1976 · Page 30
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The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada · Page 30

Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
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Thursday, June 17, 1976
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30 Thursday, June 17, 1976 Ottawa Journal Castors feature international soccer stars Tc s ops in onops c lit - ' Vt wm m nir" m I S!ien3 offers youa saioat b2Foain...vih more Equipment than you've ever seen on a noat this size! You simply won't find more baat for your money. A" streamlined, high-volume production process has made the Kolibri an extraordinary bargain around the world (it's sold on 5 continents). Whether you want to glide casually in the summer breeze, or flash swiftly over the waves, the Skene Kolibri is an outstanding performer (and you can even EASTERN ONTARIO DEALERS Ball Outdoor Sales Ltd., Godfrey Bayview Yacht Harbour, Portland Vic Bennett Motors, Carleton Place Camp Clearwater, Aylen Lake Perth Marine, Perth Smarts Marina, Cloyne St. Lawrence Marina, Brockville mount an outboard and go fishing). The racy planing hull is all fiberglass (it's a double hull that's lightweight, cartoppable, and unsinkable). Skene's boat-builders have crafted it beautifully and equipped it elaborately. Come see it. . . tonight! OPEN THURSDAY-FRIDAY UNTIL 8:00pm SATURDAY 'TIL NOON BaMllne N t - SKENE Cleopatra All this equipment is included in KOLIBRI's low, sailaway price. -Moulded fiberglass hull and deck -Locker storage forward -Gold anodized foam filled mast and boom -Two piece mastfin boat storage) -Goose neck track Roller reefing gear Dacron mainsail and jib -Jib Cunningham adj. -Stainless steel rigging -Styrofoam buoyancy -Windward Jib cleats -Tip-up rudder -Adjustable tiller and extension -Lifting handles bow and stern -Transom designed to mount an outboard Dacron halyards and sheets -single-claw reefing main sheet jam cleat -shroud adjusters 19 Caesar Avenue, Ottawa 225-0235 BOATS LIMITED When they're too old for toys and too young for girls. A great time to introduce youngsters to the world of photography. The Kodak Instamatic X-15 camera outfit is the best way we know to start them in a worthwhile hobby. Drop in film cartridge loading, aim and shoot operation, and flash without I operation, and flash without U"W il I batteries make picture-taking with the Kodak Instamatic X-15 camera as simple as tuning a transistor radio. Get them into an X-15 and into something new. Kodak Instamatic X-15 camera outfit Less than $25. rfh Official Photographic Consultant lo the 1976 Otymptt Games Price subject to change uithout notice. I Kodak Products Are Available At: . DAVIS EASTVIEW CAMERALAND PHOTO LTD. LAURIER CAMERA 153 SPARKS STREET tihohtrulrd VANIER 141-B LAURIER AVE. W. LA PROMENADE 232-0808 745.1503 232-30O3 PHOTOGRAPHIC CAnrvQ PASCAL STORES LIWHTED 9 In 3 SforM to Mmrw You a.m. to 10 p.m. es sharks ar. a-B7ai 132 BANK ST. 1885 Marivala Rd. 224-6470 10 main t. mmms 110s wuxmoton Tia-864 232-4735 Ottawa St. Anthony's Soccer Club will play the Montreal Castors In a special exhibition soccer match at Mooney's Bay on Wednesday, June 23. The klckoff Is scheduled for 8: 00 p.m. Two of the top local junior teams, Ottawa St. Anthony's and Ottawa South Internationals, will play in the preliminary game which begins at 6:00 p.m. The Montreal Castors are currently in fifth place in the First Division of the National Soccer League, three points behind first-place Toronto Panhellenic. Ottawa Tigers are tied for sixth place of the Second Division of the National Soccer League. In six games this year, the Castors have won two, tied two and lost two. The league-leading Panhellenic have won three and tied three. The Castors have only allowed two goals against in their six games. The Castors feature many world famous players. Heading the list' is Brito who played 80 times for Brazil's national team and in three World Cup competitions, including the World Cup victories of 1962 and 1970. Other top names include Cane, a Brazilian who played 13 years with Napoli of the Italian First Division; Lima, twice the scoring champion of the Brazilian Soccer League; Igor Bachner, a Czechoslovaklan International; and Franco Gallina, an Italian First Division player who played for three years In the North American Soccer League. The team also includes five players who have played for the Canadian National Team: Tino Lettierl, Wally Smith, Juan Monje, Gordon Wallace and Tony Vaccaro. Aguinaldo and Torinho are former teammates of Pele with Santos of Brazil. Ottawa St. Anthony's are currently in first place in the Quebec National Soccer League. In six games, they have won four and tied two. They have scored IS times while allowing six. The Saints also have some world-class players. Raoul Decarie played professionally for Indepediente of Argentina for many years, including appearances for his club against Inter Milan of Italy in 1964 and 1965 in the final of the world club championship. In 1969, Decarie played for the famous Cola Cola of Chile. He came to Canada in 1970 and played for two seasons with the Montreal Olympics of the North American Soccer League. Another Argentina star Is Rudy Pugllsi who played for the world-renowned team Estudlantes. The team's most recent acquisition Is Jose Plaza who played for Alicante of the Spanish Second Division. Ticket prices for the game have been set at $3.00 for men and $1.50 for women. Speical rates are available for senior soccer teams. Minor soccer players and their coaches are entitled to attend free if they are members of the St. Anthony's Supporter Club. For further Information concerning special rates or the Supporter Club, call Bruce Henderson at 745-3619. Connors survives black day NOTTINGHAM, England (AP) Jimmy Connors moved confidently into the quarter-finals of a $64,000 tennis tournament Wednesday but was the only survivor from a day of American disasters. Connors, who is sharpening his game for next week's Wimbledon, hit his way past fellow American Dick Stockton 6-4, 6-2. Otherwise it was a black day for the United States. Five other Americans were eliminated in the third round and one of them, Sherwood Stewart, strained a back muscle and left the court in severe pain. Doctors told Stewart he would have to rest completely for five days, and that means he will get no more practice until Wimbledon starts. Roger Taylor of Britain was leading Stewart 6-4, 1-6, 4-3 when the big Texan hit a forehand volley, stiffened and slumped forward. He lay on the court for several minutes and then retired. Hie Nastase of Romania defeated his old American rival, Stan Smith, 6-4, 6-3. In other American defeats, Ove Bengtson, a Swedish giant with a big serve and a fund of cleverly angled volleys, strolled to a 6-2, 6-1 win over Mike Estep; Tom Okker of the Netherlands defeated Bob Lutz 6-1, 7-5, and Raul Ramirez of Mexico overcame 19-year-old Billy Martin 7-6, 3-6, 6-3. Lumbermen chop Magedomas 24-2 Ontario Junior B Lacrosse League leading Nepean Lumbermen humbled Brockville Magedomas 24-2 last night in Brockville, with Ne-pean's Andy Mutch scoring six in the shooting spree. Mike Cox, Bill Atkinson and Denis Parisien had hat tricks with Parisien also racking up ten assists and Nepean goalie, Dave Moran got his first, and probably one goal of the season. Scoring for Brockville were Wally Earl and Al Steele. Brockville is so far winless this season. Friday, Nepean meets fourth place Cornwall Township Patriots, whose ranks are newly bolstered with three new faces, all from Brockville. 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