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THE WINDSOR DAILY STAR, WINDSOR, ONTARIO, MONDAT, JULY 7, 1947 PAGE EIGHI Cambridge Takes) One Rowing Cup tTlje iliinksor Star MFWBKR OF THE CANADIAN PRESS The Canadian Pitvo L-. exclusively entitled to the ue for rupubh ol all news ciipatchei in m. paper credited to it or to The A ntted Pre.rt or Reuters and u.m the 1-Kai puoiiahed therein. SURSCRIRTIOX RATES Roelion Heads Montreal Tennis Brigade Over Ontarios Best TORONTO A strong Montreal tennis contingent of Henri Rochon E. J.

Lanthier, H. Gordon McNeil Pat Macken and Nancy Common carried off four of seven titles in the week-long Ontario tennis tournament which experts termed the most thrilling Ontario tourney in a decade. THEYRE IN base-line and tensed every corner of the gallery-packed court as he came from defeats brink to win the set 7-5 and then take the rubber set 6-2. COLORFUL The enthusiastic Rochon. who exclaims a feverish Ahhh.

and smites both hands to his dark, curly hair every time he faults, DAYUS NINE BEATEN, 7-4 Sovran Hurl's Best Game For Gravson Team Grayson Jewelers downed Dayus Roofers, 7-4, at Wilson Park yesterday afternoon in the lone Windsor Softball Leasue contest played over the week-end. Gino Sovran pitched his best game of the season in besting Gil Watkins and A. D. Caldwell in the pitching department. Each team made seven hits.

The Jewelers opened the scoring With one run in the second inning, but the Roofers tied the count with another single run in the third frame. The winners went ahead for keeps with a single run in the fifth frame and three in the sixth. Dayus threatened and had the score at 5-4 before Grayson's shoved home two more tallies in the ninth inning to put things on ice. Gibson and Morgan, the rival third basemen, played great games field. GRAYSON DAY IS ABH A AB A Mudry cf 5 0 1 0 Crdy 2 4 12 1 Robinet 3 1 6 0 Hall 1 4 2 8 1 fptrck as 4 0 1 2 Caldwel 2 1 0 3 Russ 2 5 2 1 1 Day If 3 12 0 Camlus If 3 0 1 0 Morgan 3 3 12 3 Stanko If 110 0 Steele rf 4 0 0 0 Gibson 3 3 1 2 7 Tallev 4 1 10 0 Bbchuk rf 3 1 1 1 Watkins 3 0 2 2 Stndard 13 1 14 0 Foster cf 4 0 1 0 Sovran 2 0 0 2 Totals 32 7 27 13 Totals 31 7 27 10 Dayus 001 002 100 4 Grayson 010 013 002 7 Caldwell.

H. Footer. Mudry Camelis. Fitzpatrick: Caldwell, Day, Talley, H. Foster, Russ, Roblnet.

Fitzpatrick, Camelis, Gibson. Babechuck, Standard. 2B Russ. Caldwell. HO Caldwell 3 In 5: Watkins 4 in 4: Soveran 7 In 9.

SO Caldwell Watkins Bovran 3. BB Caldwell 6: Watkins Sovran 3. DP Talley to Hall: Gibson to Umpires Soucie and SmitA. Scorer Pat Bnen. REDS EDGE CARDS HAMILTON Scoring two runs In the top half of the ninth inning, Lockport Reds broke a 6-6 deadlock to edge Hamilton Cardinals 8-7, in a Pony League baseball Came Saturday night.

MM 111 WXOl NtTMl.N TS: IV: DON'T throw your money away There may come a time when it will he WORTH something. Meantime for VALUE try luismnG U1ELL LONDON BEATS TERRIERS, 7-1 Majors Just Keep Rolling In Iiilereountv By Canadian Press London Majors trounced Galt Terriers, 7-1. Saturday, boosting their record to 14 victories against two defeats and strengthening their hold on the Senior Intercounty Baseball Association leadership. EXTRA INNINGS In a 10-inning game featured at Hespeler as part of the Old Boys reunion program, the second-place Stratford Nationals came from behind to edge Waterloo, 7-6. and at Kitchener, Guelph Maple Leafs nipped the Panthers, 6-5.

in 3 1 innings. A circus getting to town first forced postponement of Hamilton's tilt with the Red Sox at Brantford. At Galt, Jack Gillies, ace London hurler, limited Terriers to lour scattered singles while his teammates hammered Bill Franks for 12 hits. Ken McFadden led Majors at bat with three for five, while Johnny Lockington and Russ Evon each clouted out homers. With Waterloo leading the Nats 5-3 going into the ninth, a homer by Billy Flick with one aboard tied the score.

A lOth-inning tally-sealed the game for Nationals. Red Arnott went the route lor Waterloo and Val Vaillancourt replaced Craig on the Stratford mound after Flick batted for Craig in the ninth. IRISH HOMERS Irish Miskimmins also hit a homer for Nationals. On the offensive, Clare Martin led Tigers and Normie Hann topped Nationals. each getting four safeties in five trips.

The third-place guelph Maple Leafs clinched a narrow-margin, 6-5 victory over Kitchener Panthers in the 11th when Alt' King doubled home Herb McNamara for the winning run. McNamara had reached first on a fielders choice after two men had been retired. Lloyd Shuttleworth who relieved Pat Boehmer in the third with none out was charged with the loss. Bill Leader hurled the distance for Guelph. Kitcheners Ben Bauer had a homer and a double, while King had two singles and a double for the Leafs.

Jimmy Huck. Kitchener left fielder, made two difficult catchers to throttle Guelph rallies. TOP UPSET OF SEASON Somerville Clowns Heal Wilson Drug, 1 Somerville Clowns, tied with Minaki Club for the cellar in the Fraternity Softball League, scored the biggest upset of the season yesterday afternoon at Wilson Park when they dumped Wilson Drug from the ranks of the undefeated, 5-4. It was the loss in eight starts for the Druggists who still lead the league by one-half a game over Precious Blood which dumped Royal Grill 7-2, at Lanspeary Park in the other loop fixture. Georges was the winning pitcher for the Clowns, allowing the Drug nine, seven scattered hits, while his mates were getting to Kell for 11 safeties.

His ability to pitch with runners on the bases brought Georges the victory. The Druggists opened with single runs in the first and second innings, but the Clowns tied the score with a pair of markers in the third frame. One run in the fourth inning and two more in the seventh inning made the score, 5-2, for the ultimate winners. Wilson tallied two runs in the ninth inning and had the tying run on second base hen the final out was made. WILSON SOMMERVILLE AB A AB A Autrson 3 4 14 1 Georges 5 2 1 3 Vickers 1 4 Bate If 4 Jones ss 4 Waffle rf 4 Thmsn cf 4 Wafle 2 4 Hind 3 Bdreau 2 1 Kell 3 Nebbitt 1 0 5 0 Demers If 2 0 4 -0 110 Craik cf 4 12 0 0 3 0 Brown 1 3 1 12 0 12 0 Fontam 2 4 2 3 2 13 1 Sohmit rf 4 2 0 0 110 Merritt ss 4 3 13 14 0 Potvin 3 4 0 2 3 10 0 Crtnv 4 0 2 1 0 11 0 0 0 Totals 36 7 24 3 Totals 34 11 27 12 Batted for Kell In the 9th.

Wilson Drugs 110 000 002 4 Sommerville 002 100 20x 5 Wilson Drugs 1: Sommerville 4. 2B Merritt. 3B Boudreau. HO Kell 11 in 8: Georges 7 In 9. SO Kell Georges 1.

SB Georges. BB Kell 3, George 2. Umpire Lajoie. Scorer R. McNamara Willie Magone pitched seven-hit ball as Precious Blood won out over Royal Grill.

With the score tied 2-2, the Churchmen clinched the issue wdth a trio of markers in the fourth stanza and two more in the sixth frame. The three runs in the fourth frame came when Magone hit a homerun with two mates on base. Royal Grill 020 000 000 2 4 1 Precious Blood 200 302 OOx 7 9 2 McClelland and Deane; Magone and Magone. Gingerale GOOD A ALONE OR tU Two Horses Win Three SARNIA Close to 1.000 horse racing enthusiasts were on hand Saturday for the harness meet held on the Bayview racing oval. Worthy Baldwin and Lome Lee, favorites in their respective divisions, ran true to form and finished on top in each of three heats.

Baldwin, owned by the Moore brothers, Sarnia, and driven by M. Moore, captured first place in each of the three heats nf (he 2:24 trot or pace class. He was never in trouble and was Sin iront most of the way. Lome Lee came under lie ire first in each of the three hat. of the 2.17 trot or pace class.

Owned and driven by Alf Moore. Sarnia, the horse finished several lengths ahead of its nearest competitor. In the first race of the afternoon Rosedale Gratton fourth in the first heat, first in the second and second in the third came out on top. 2:29 Trot or Pace Ro-edale Gratton i McWilliams Dutton) 4 2 Alice Ci 'W Powell, Sarnia i 2 6 1 Rosemary Brook (H Carr. Dre-- den 157 Mgs Richards Harvey Fleet.

London) 625 Ridgewood Moore Bras Sarnia I 3 8 Leeuan Queen lA Thompson Vale. Mich.) 7 3 4 Tony Lee tW Boyle, Sarnia) 8 4 6 Brown Eves (Smith Bras, Wal- laceburgi 5 7 Times. 2.21 '2; 2.23J4; 2-2334. 2:24 Trot or Pace Worthv Baldwin (Moore Bros. Sarnia) Pineridge Peter (G E.

Fox, Leam-roni 2 Lena Bee It (L Howard, Chatham 3 Mav Third (Farrington. Brantford) 6 Patricia Volo (T. Hearlev. Credi-ton 4 Babe Chilcott (M Bird. Sarnia) 5 Lola McKay (C.

Berdan, Pt. Huron) 7 Midnight Expre-s iF. Taylor, Exeter) 8 Times: 2 2 1834, 2 19 2:17 Trot or Pace Lome Lee (A. Mooie. Sarnia i 1 Nancy Budlong (Farrington Branttord) 2 Colonel McKay (S.

Dunham, Pt. Edward I Tutfy Jayzolf iC. Bedan. Pt Huron i Times. 2 15J4; 2 12-; 2 13.

a i i Curie Win July Sjiiel NELSON. B.C. Saskatchewan curlers carried off lop honors in three of the four events of the third annual Nelson, midsummer bonspiel as they headed home today at the conclusion of the week-long competition. Art Waters of Nelson won the only hometown honors defeating Frank Avery of Vancouver for the Canadian summer championship. The Kootenay challenge cup, second event to the Canadian Summer title, went to E.

J. Whitter of Prince Albert. who defeated P. McGhie of Trail, B.C., in the closely played final. J.

E. Franklin of Rosetown. and Ted Buttrey of Regina, were pushed out in the semi-finals. E. Topping of Kindersley, Sask.

won the Queen City competition downing P. S. Clement of Edmonton 13-3. In the semi-final Topping beat M. Campbell of Yorkton.

6-4, and Clement eliminated L. J. Maurer of Nelson 10-3. The Rosebud was won by MaePheison of Esterhazy. who defeated I.

Klein of Didsbury, 10-7. The W. A. Thomson rink of Pense, missed out on prizes but gained the eighth in every event. This Is Getting Quite Monotonous GLASGOW, Scotland Dado Marino of Honolulu prepared today to enter a claim for the world's flyweight championship on the grounds that Champion Jackie Paterson of Glasgow has twice been found unfit to go through with a scheduled title bout.

Peterson and Marino were to have met in a 15-round bout here next Wednesday night, a date selected when their June 11 fight was postponed because Paterson was suffering from boils. Paterson was examined again yesterday by Dr. T. H. Barclay, medical officer for the Scottish Boxing Council, and was found to be still suffering from boils.

Paterson said he was sure he would be ready to fight by July 16, but Sam Ichinose. trainer, said that there was no guarantee that the title-holder would be fit at that lime. Marino and I are scheduled to return to Honolulu on July 14, Ichinose said. I shall cable boxing authorities in the United States that we are claiming the title. Ottawa Oarsmen a Trophy OTTAWA -Crews from the Ottawa Rowing Club today were in possession of the Comstock Trophy, emblematic of supremacy in the Eastern Rowing Association Regatta.

following victory Saturday in 13 of the 16 events in the annual affair. The home squad piled up a commanding total of 77 points, far outdistancing the second-place Brock-ville oarsmen who finished with 21 points. In third place came McGill was 10 points, followed by Lachine with eight. In the heavy eights feature race of the meet the Ottawa crew, stroked by Don Finnie, shaded McGill by a quarter boat-length with Lachine taking third position. Ted Graves of Ottawa captured the senior singles crown by nosing out Gab Beaudry, a club mate, by a quarter boat-length staving off a driving finish that just didnt make it.

Elliott Out CHICAGO Third Baseman Bob Elliott of Boston Braves will not be able to play in the All-Star game Tuesday due to a finger injury and National League Manager Eddie Dyer has named Whitey Ku-rowski of St. Louis Cardinals as his replacement. SOFTBALL MICIIIGAN-ONTARIO MAJOR LADIES FASTBALL LEAGUE Sundays Result Windsor Speedways 3, London Supremes 1. Saturday's Result London Supremes 10 East Side Gears 4. Tonight's Game Windsor Speedways vs.

Chene-Trombly at Mack Detroit. 9 30. WINDSOR LEAGUE Sundays Result Grayson Jewelers 7. Dayus Roofers 4. Tonight's Game Meretsky and Gitlin vs.

Savill Frigidaires at Wilson Park No. 1, 6:00. INDUSTRIAL LEAGUE Tonights Games Windsor Police vs. Canadian Bridge at Lowe Vocational School. 6-00 Imperial Chinchilla Ranch vs.

Bendix at Mitchell Park. 6:00. Essex Wire vs. Long Manufacturing at Stodgell Park No. 2.

6.00. L. A. Young vs. Motor Products at Lanspeary Park, 6.00.

Canadian Toledo Scales vs. Got-fredson at Prince Edward School, 6-00 W. A. vs. Hiram Walker at Asphalt Park.

6 00. FRATERNITY LEAGUE Sundays Results Precious Blood 7. Royal Grill 4. Somerville Ltd. 5, Wilson Drug 4.

Tonights Games Minaki Club vs. Wilson Drug at Shore Acres Park, 6:00. O'Keefes Breweries vs. Czecho-Slovac Vets at Stodgell Park No. 1, 6.00 Drouillard Merchants vs.

Junior Optimists at Prince Road Park, 6 00. Tuesdays Games Precious Blood vs. Somerville Ltd. at Asphalt Park. 6 00.

Dominion Twist Drill vs. Royal Grill at Memorial Park, 6.00. Esciuire Mens Shop vs. Tony's Paint Shop at King George School. 6.0(1.

LEGION LEAGUE Sundays Result Army and Navy 13, Branch 362, 4. MANUFACTURERS LEAGUE Sundays Results Sterling Products 3, British American Brewery 3(11 innings, darkness. i Gelatin Products 16, Canadian Postum 8. CIVIC LEAGUE Tuesdays Games U. I.

C. vs. board of Education at Stodgell Park No. 3. 6:00.

Hydro vs. Ambassador Bridge at Prince Road Park. 6.00. Post Office vs. Windsor Police at Memorial Park, 6:00.

Wednesday's Game Detroit-Windsor Tunnel vs. Fire Department at King George School 6.00. BORDER CITIES LEAGUE Tuesdays Gaines Riverside vs. Hobbs Glass Wilson Park No. 1, 6:00.

Chatham Lodi vs. Moose Lodge at Mitchell Park, 6:00. Trailmobile vs. U. C.

V. A. at Lanspeary Park No. 1, 6:00. Ex-Loop Leaders LI Games Behind The Jersey City Giants, who led the International League in the early part of the season, found themselves 14 full games out of first place today alter losing a doubleheader to- the Syracuse Chiefs.

18-6, and 6-1. The third-place Giants could not stem the tide of Chief base hits. In the first game Syracuse pounded out 24 hits, including two homers by Hank Sauer and one each by Pitcher Millard Howell and A1 Mele. In the nightcap they made nine more blows as Howard Fox held the Giants to five. Despite the sweep, the second-place Chiefs could not gain an inch in the race themselves because the Royals nipped Toronto twice, 6-5 and 2-1, to remain 10 lengths in front.

Montreal scored all six runs in the first game in one inning, the fifth, with Ed Stevens three-run homer the big wallop. Although they Were held to three hits in the second game and trailed 1-0 from the first inning on. they came up with two runs in the last of the seventh to give Pitcher Chet Kehn a five-hit victory. The Baltimore Orioles, given a nine-inning 4-4 tie with Newark on the strength of Ed Cihockis ninth-inning homer, pushed over a run in the last of the 14th to win, 5-4, in the first game of a doubleheader. The Bears came back to win the second, 6-2, as Ray Starr limited the Orioles to three hits.

Howie Moss homer with one man on accounted for both Baltimore tallies. The Buffalo Bisons and the Rochester Redwings split a double-header, Buffalo winning the first, 7-2, and Rochester the second, 9-2. The split enabled the Wings to hold fourth place, one game behind Jersey City and a half-game ahead of Buffalo. cessive foot perspiration are quickly overcome. Be patient; dont expect Emerald Oil to do it all at once, but one bottle, we know, will show you the way to real solid foot comfort.

Thousands of bottles are sold annually for many distressing skin troubles. Satisfaction guaranteed or money back. looms today as the next No. 1 Canadian singles player following his two provincial championship victories in successive weeks. A former Davis cup competition ball boy who rose to the Canadian cup team last year, he is seeded third in Canadian ranks.

But 17 years of tennis, climaxed by his epic matches against McDiarmid and Macken in this tournament, seemed to make Rochon the player who might lead Canadas hopeful Davis cuppers against the formidable Australian team in the North American zone round at Montreal early in August. Canadian Davis eup doubles hopes brightened with the sparkling performance of the doubles champions of Quebec and Ontario, Lanthier and McNeil, as the two six-footers came from way back to defeat the Macken brothers. Canadian doubles champions last year, 6-2. 4-6, 0-6, 6-4, 9-7. in Saturdays final.

Pulling a Rochon, Lanthier and McNeil trailed two sets to one and 4-2 in the fourth set. finally won it and stormed on to the long fifth-set triumph after tying the score three times against Jim and Bren Macken. TOUGH GAMES Mrs. Lewis and Miss Swift defeated a tough Toronto team Mrs. Louise Brown and Dorothy Hurst, 5-7, 6-2.

6-4 in the numau doubles final. Mrs. Lewis and Miss Swift, teamed smoothly to overcome the first set edge of their opponents. The same Mrs. Lewis, whose game playing has been one of the tourneys features, and Bobby Du-ford of Ottawa lost out in Mrs.

Lewis' third stab at an Ontario title in two days as Mrs. Ruby-Fisher and C. Clint Hopper of Toronto in the mixed doubles playoff 6-4. 3-6, 6-3. Mrs.

Fisher and Hopper held off a last-set stand by Mrs. Lewis and Duford as the Ottawa players forced match-point nine times before conceding. Tennis attention now shifts to the west coast where the Eastern Canadian team, picked after the tourney here by a Canadian Tennis Association committee headed by J. C. Little of Toronto, meets the western cream in two pre-Davis cup tournaments.

Rochon, McDiarmid. Jim and Bren Macken, Lanthier and McNeil are representing the East in the British Columbia tournament which opens in Victoria July- 14. switching to Vancouver for the Canadian championships the following week. Army -Nav Triumphs, 13-4 Army and Navy dumped Branch 362, 13-4, in the lone Canadian Legion Softball League encounter played yesterday at Prince Road Park. Walter Lake scattered seven hits among the Branch 362 squad, while his mates were collecting 16 safeties off a pair Branch 362 peggers.

The winners sewed up the game with three runs in each of the second and third frames, and four in the sixth inning. Robinson paced the hitters with four for six including a double, while Raymond went three for five. M. Brenner, L. Brenner, and Jack-now picked up two hits each for the losers.

Army and Navy 033 004 02113 16 4 Branch 362 100 000 12x 4 7 3 Lake and Mousseau, Tranter; Pierce, Brenner, and Tapper. Kirkwood Ousted For Illegal Club CHICAGO Joe Kirkwood, of Hollywood, was disqualified from the final 18-hole round of the All-American Professional golf tournament because his club facings were illegally marked. Lawson Little, chairman of the P.G.A. rules committee, gauged Kirkwoods clubs after a written protest was received from an unidentified player and ruled that the club faces were chiseled so the markings protruded too far and were too close together. Smssm LIVERJSALT, ANfACIO HENLEY-ON-THAMES.

Eng. Jesus College of Cambridge retained one rowing title tor Britain as the Henley Regatta ended Saturday by capturing the Grand Challenge Cup tor eights The Cambridge eight deteated the Delftsche Club of Holland by 14 lengths over the straightaway course on the edge of this picturesque town at the foot of the Chil-tern Hills. The Jesus crew, who previously had ousted the Leander Club ol Britain, defending title-holders, and the Swiss Ruder Club of Zurich. covered the course in seven minutes, 14 seconds. The coveted diamond sculls title went to John B.

Kelly. of Philadelphia, a University ol Pennsylvania student who was runner-up last year. Kelly easily defeated Carl Fronsdahl of Norway by eight lengths in eight minules, 49 seconds. It was a personal triumph tor Kelly and his father, John B. Kelly.

Sr. The father was barred from this meet in 1920 by a since-repealed rule that denied entry to an oarsman who had done manual labor. During one Summer of his college career, the elder Kelly had been a bricklayer. Ive waited for this day for years. said the winners father.

Young Kelly plans to defend his American and Canadian sculling titles later this year. Pin ch-II it Spoils Ilis Perfect Came GREEN BAY. Wis. Rookie Sam Eatock of Wausau pitched lO-u innings of hitless ball yesterday but lost the game 1-0 when a Green Bay pinch hitter singled home the winning run. Eatock.

a lefthander, had walked one batter and retired two in the last of the 11th when Ed IMillman singled, bringing in A1 Shillings with the winning score. Shillings was the opposing pitcher. The Wausau hurler struck out seven and walked only two in the game between teams in the class Wisconsin State League. She ii Takes Golfing Honors BRANTFORD Big Jack Shew-chuk who used to spend his winters toiling on defence for Dit Clapper's Boston Bruins of the National Hockey League captured his third Brant County golf title at the Brantford Golf and Country Club course. With the championship went the Glenhyrst trophy which Shewchuk won last year and in 1944.

Shewchuk passed the 122 entrants with a one over par of 73. Mimico Wins ST. CATHARINES Overcoming an 8-4 halftime deficit. Mimico Mounties defeated the Canadian Champion St. Catharines Athletics, 15-11.

in a Senior Ontario Lacrosse Association game Saturday night. Mickey McDonald paced the winners with three goals as Ken Dixon. Don MtPhail and Sandy McKay scored two each. Ike Hildebrand of New Westminster, B.C., got one goal. Top St.

Catharines scorers were Stu Scott and Pung Morton with two goals each. Sidney Hanover Paces New Snlkv Race Mark WESTBURY. N.Y. Sidney Hanover, a six-year-old bay gelding by Red Aubrey, owned by L. L.

Herrin of Charlotte, N.C.. and driven by Franklin Safford. established a world's record for 1-1-16 miles on a half-mile track here at Roosevelt Raceway, Saturday night. Sidney Hanover toured the course in 2:11 4-5, as against old record of 2:13 set last year by Glenjce at Northville, Mich. CORNWALL WINS LONGUEIL.

Que. Cornwall Seniors rallied for a hard-fought 8-4 victory over Montreal Cana-diens in a Quebec Senior Lacrosse League fixture here last night. VILLAGE OF ST. CLAIR BEACH Notice To Cut Weeds Take notice that all owners of lands in the Village of St. Clair Beach are required to cut or otherwise destroy all noxious weeds growing thereon, on or before July 19, 1947, otherwise the Weed Inspector will have the weeds cut and the cost charged against the lands.

Dated this 5th day of July, 1947. DUNCAN GRANT, Weed Inspector, R.R. No. 1, Tecumseh. Ont.

Town of Tilbury Sealed Tenders properly marked on the outside as to contents will be received by the Clerk of the Municipality up until 2.00 p.m. MONDAY, JULY 14th, 1947 for work to be done under the following contracts: CONTRACT A Laying approximately 7.800 ft. of 16 cast iron watermain. CONTRACT Laying storm sew- ers. approximately 1 1 2 miles.

48 42, 36, 20 and 15 in diameter. 1 CONTRACT Resurfacing with asphalt pavement on existing concrete base requiring approximately 1,100 tons of asphaltic concrete. CONTRACT Constructing approximately 42,000 sq, ft. of concrete sidewalks. Plans and specifications may be obtained from the Engineers.

The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. PROCTOR, REDFERN LAUGHLIN, Consulting Engineers. 36 Toronto Street, Toronto J. C. FOSTER.

Clerk, Town of Tilbury The titlists from Quebec Ro mens singles winner; Lanthier and McNeil, mens doubles kingpins; Miss Macken and Miss Common, senior and junior womens singles queens joined On-tario-grcwn Mrs. Vera Lewis and Sonia Swift of Ottawa, women's doubles champions; Mrs. Ruby Fisher and C. C. i Clint Hopper of Toronto, mixed doubles rulers; and Bruce Logie of Toronto who successfully defended his 46 Junior mens singles title.

But the most regal of Ontario's 1947 tennis royal family was the smiling, 24-year-old Rochon, win ner of the Quebec singles crown a week ago, who added the Ontario title to his tiara by defeating Don McDiarmid of Ottawa, 1939 Cana dian champion, going away in straight sets 6-3. 6-2, 6-1 in the tourney wind-up Saturday. NOT A CHANCE Using a rain-soaked court to his advantage, Rochon, 46 Davis cupper, threw an assortment of drop-shots and passing twists at hi Davis cup team-mate and opponent in the recent Quebec final. The harder-hitting McDiarmid had little chance as he wras hampered by a broken callous on his right foot and Rochon repeatedly drew him to the net for a kill. Against McDiarmid, Rochon continued the dramatic tactics by which he defeated Brendan Macken of Montreal, top-ranked Canadian player, in a never-to-be-forgotten semi-final Friday.

Behind two sets to one against the younger and more powerful Macken and trailing 4-2 in the fourth set, Rochon stood on the Orange mu COMPANY A. MacNamara DEPUTY MINISTER STAR WANT ADS PHONE 4-1111 Births iurt Mr I BARLOW- Mi Fted J. Barlow nee Juan 7 reco but go i a wi to announce the birth of a daughter, ,1 i-ditb tiii-en, at (truce Hospital, July 5 1947 BLNDICK Mr and Mr- Joseph Benefit nee Jean La Fra net 1 JUT DrnmJ-lard Rd wi to aiuiounc tne bi in ol a baby gn 1 Ju-Auu, July 5, 1947 at Grace Hit-pital CAUSION Mr and MrsTlmm r'Cut ton i nee Dorothy Kilpatrick, lormeiiv ol Toiuiitui, announce tne birtn Noil Robert Noiman, July 5, 1947, at Grace Hospital KEILLOR Mr. and Hugh Kculor mec Viola Finnegan, announce the birth ol a daughter, Laui-alee Ann, 6 lbs 6 oz on Friday, Juiv 4. 1947.

Ho-intal KNIGHT Mr and Mr-, Cecil Knlgnt are Lapp to announce the birth o' rion. Brian Douglas, July 6. 1947. at Gufe Hospital. Dr.

Allan Taylor attending LINTON Mr and Mrs. Robert Linton i nee Mane Ange Trouler) aie happy to announce the birth ol a h147. at Hotel Difd THORNTON Mr. fand Mr Roheit Thornton mee Jessie Waldrami announce the birth of a eon, Robot John, 5 lbs 14 oz July 5. 1j47.

at Hotel Dieu. Dr A. Alewiek attending. Deaths FAUBERT Theodore, Tilbury, 69 ye.irs. at Lat Windsor Hospital, buiiUa July 6.

1947. Beloved husband of Fannie Martin Dear lather ol Archie, Cnatham, Benjamin, Tilbury, Allied, Tilbury. Mr Leonard Lesnerdii-e (Lillian I Belle River. Brother of Charles Faubert. Tilbury Frank.

Tilbury Fred. London, Mi Thom Odette. Tilbury. Mru Benjnun.t Tremblay, Tilbury; Mrs. Fred Dupui-, Tilbury Mri.

Steve Reaume, Ricuie-town. Mr Thomas Blair, Belle Rivet. Services will be heid from his late re-idenre. Louise Tilbury, oil Wednesday Julv 9, at 8 4.t a in. to t.

1 ranei Church at 9. Burial St Frauds Cemetery. Masse and Son i JOHNSTON Ethel Maiy 111 ho f4th year, July 6, 1947, at Grace Hospital, Windsor Beloved wile ol Rd totamev Johnston, Cottain. Ont Dear mother Lawrence, Ksm (Mirvi Mrs Aloert Wortley. Cotiani fci-tor of Thomas and Doris Beotlake, Breton Smith Airlca.

Frank. Vancouver, Wallace and Gertie Beckhtrie, Mrs. Ben Biackmore, England. Rst-ins at the late residence, Cotuim. where a uhort service will be held Tuesday, July 8 at 2 thence to Cottam United Church lor service at 2 30 pm.

Interment Cottam Cemetery. Hicks ORAMO Minnie, 57 years. July 5, 1947, at the residence, 263 St. Louis Ave Sandwich feast Beloved wife of Charles Oramo Dar mother of Charles Jr Detroit Dear sifter of Valto Torronen, Finland. Resting at Anderson Funeral Home.

8til Ou l-lette Avenue Service luesdav, Ju.v 8. at 2 Rev J. Storm olflciat-lnu Interment Green Lawn Memorial Park SHFRMAN Robert, nl years, July 7, 194 1. at Grace Hospital Beloved husband of Otuiie Glendenmng. J.T Clinton Street Dear father ol Jn-'k, at home.

Mrs. Prank Futia BUkp, Mrs Dorothy Reycralt, Mrs. E. Duneah. city; Mrs.

J. Nelson, Chatham; Mrs. D. J. Youns, Peterborough: Glenn, North Hollvwood, Crtlitornia.

Brother of Andrew, Detroit; GtorRe, of Rodnev. Serves from MorrL- Funeral Home, 14 Wyandotte East at Lincom Road, Wednesday, Julv 9, at 2 Rev. Paulin, DD, officiating. Interment Victoria Memorial SMITH Ma A age 90, July 4. 1947.

Beloved aunt of Mrs. Helen Jouiau at home. Dear sister ol Patru'K Gallagher. Stratioid. Mrs Theresa Judge.

Detroit. Fmnral Tuesday at 8 jU am from Janice Bros Funeral Home, o35 London to Sacred Heart Chunh at 9. Interment St AIphonus Cemetery, prater tonight at funeral home at 3 15 Kitchener and Stratford paper pleas copy.) ST AMOUR Adolphe, 81 year. 2HHR Howard. Julv 6, 1947.

Beloved husband of Aaeie mee Manviliec Dear lamer of Miss Frances, at home, and Airs. Josephine Hallow, Detroit. Brother of Mis Alexandrine Parent. Windsor, and Mrs Roe Anne St. Louis, Maidstone.

Funeral Wednesday at 9.30 a from Janisse Bros. Funeral Home, 585 London St West, to Our I a civ of Perpetual Help Church at 10 Card of Thanks FOTHER INGHAM The family of the late Alberta Fotheringham wish to express their sincere thanks and appreciation to Inends. relatives and neighbor for kindnepp sympatnv, lloral trioutes and loau of cars extended during their sad bereavement in the loss of a loving wif aurl mother. Special thanks to Rev J. Thomson, nursing staff at Grace Hospital, and the H.

S. Anderson Funeral Horne. THE La A I. UT CENTRE COM-MITTEE wish to thank all those who were so generous during the re carnival It is through their generosity that the allair wajs suen a wonderful success. Harold Clarke.

Secretary In Memorioms ASH In loving niPmurv of our Mr C. Ah. who passed away suddenly July 6, 1946 how oft he conies before (is. dear face so sweet and true. Resting now in peace with Jesus.

Loving hearts still long lor you Ever remembered bv daughter Mai-guerite and son-in-law Daniel. ASH Jn loving memory of our dear dad. Mr. C. Ash.

who passed awav July 6, 1946. Tis but a year ago today Since God called you away. And we who loved you most of all. Miss you more each day. Sadly missed by daughter Flos and famllv, C'OCKERHAM In loving memory of our darling Mae.

who died suddenly 14 years ago. July 4, 1933, aged 3 yeais, 9 months Keep her. Jrsus. In Thy keeping. 'I ill we reach that shining shore, Then on Master let us have her, Ard love her as we did before.

Net er forgotten bv Mums. Daddy brothers Peter and Irw'n. Grandpa and Grandma Kerr. National Sesuticc a partial fist job opportunities available thrwgk its Local National Employment Office. OLDER MEN MAKE VALUABLE EMPLOYEES There are many men in the over forty group seeking work in the Windsor area.

They are not unemployables. They possess know how in many fields of employment. They are of all ranks and skills. For further information call your National Employment Office today. A PARTIAL LIST OF JOB VACANCIES HELP WANTED MALE TTRGENTLY required in the Sarnia area high pressure weld- ers pipe fitters and pipe fitter helper good wages.

TAINTERS must be experienced brush hand good wages. CXECTRICAL trouble shooter repairs on electric coin machines must be fully qualified. TJRESSER for dry cleaning establishment must be experienced. A LSO required upholsterers cabinet maker wood working machine operator stair builder paint repairmen sheet metal roofers and coopers. HELP WANTED FEMALE pOWER sewers manufacturing must be experienced good wages.

CILK spotters and pressers dry cleaning establishment experienced. pOOKKEEPING machine operator single must be experienced night work. JJIETICLAN fully qualified good wages. (Advertisement) Speedily Brings Comforling Belief To Sore, Tired, Aching Feet Satisfaction Guaranteed or Your Money Back Thats the Plan on Which Emerald Oil Is Sold For above and other job vacancies apply to Womens Division. Dominion Public Building Mens Division, 709 Ouellette Avenue, Windsor, Ont Bak fal bsc the Local Office of Katiooal Empfoymeot Service.

is there to serve year teds, aod those tf yoor Commaoity. Domnion labour department This splendid preparation, greaseless, stainless, now known all over North America as Moones Emerald Oil, is so effective that the unbearable aching and soreness often stops with the first application. Moones Emerald Oil is safe and pleasant to use it doesnt stain and is so powerfully deodorant that unpleasant odors resulting from ex Humphrey MrtcheH MINISTER OF LABOUR.

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