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18 Saturday, February 11, 1978 Ottawa Journal - Capitals eat up win over Cleveland Ottawa Sport Vanier vaults back to first 3 s- vmgmmKr v.- .-.vT:.v".vv.-;-:':i-:':-:-:Jf games. We talked about that today." The Capitals, last In the Norris Division, -spotted the Barons, cellar-dwellers in the Adams Division, a 1-0 first-period, lead on Dennis Maruk's 29th goal of the season. Maruk, wearing a neck brace to protect chest and nect injuries, put his own rebound past Washington goaltender Jim Bedard. But Charron pulled Washington even at 13:43 of the second period and Robert Picard put -the Capitals in front less than two minutes later. The visitors put the game away with third-period goals from Rick Green and Charron. By Ross Hopkins The Canadian Press To say Washington Capitals and Cleveland Barons were hungry for victory Friday night would be an understatement. The Capitals, with only nine wins fewest in the National Hockey League are struggling to avoid the embarrassment of slipping to the bottom of the over-all standings, while the Barons still entertain thoughts of gaining a wild-card playoff berth. Whatever the incentive, the Capitals got a two-goal performance from Guy Charron to down the Barons 4-1 and register Charron, Washington's top scorer with 24 goals and 21 assists, admitted it's tough to keep your head above water playing for a losing, team, but added: "As a professional it's our Job.' Sometimes it's tough, but other people have to go to an office every day and. that's not always easy, either." Cleveland coach Jack Evans was disappointed that his his club failed to gain ground on Pittsburgh Penguins, Detroit Red Wings and New York Rangers in the battle for a wild-card berth. At Denver, Ron An-druffs goal with less than two minutes to go in the second period held up. LOU NANNE Stars new boss string," McVie added. "Then our club got respectable for about 10 only their 10th win of the season. The victory was Washington's first in eight games and it extended Cleveland's winless string to four including three consecutive losses. The Capitals now have 31 points, two more than St. Louis Blues and four better than Minnesota North Stars, futility leaders with a ll-35-5mark. The North Stars made a move Friday they hope will turn their season around, naming Lou Nanne to the joint position of coach and general , manager, replacing Andre Beaulieu and Jack Gordon, respectively. In the only other contest Friday night, Colorado be worked out." The Canadian Football League's executive committee meets in Toronto next week to discuss and possibly ratify Ballard's purchase of the team from Michael DeGroote. "I'll have to talk to Ralph Sazio (Ticats president). I understand that under the previous owner (DeGroote), he had a budget he had to stretch out like an clastic. I said I wanted Edwards and I'll have to take a serious look Rockies, another strug-, gling club, edged Atlanta Flames 3-2. Washington coach Tom McVie admitted after the game that his club is far from - a league powerhouse, but not as anemic as some would care to believe. "Our hockey team is bad, but not as bad as you read in the papers," he said. "We have been playing pretty well and we haven't been winning anything." However, all that changed Friday as the Capitals arrived in Richfield, Ohio. "The last time we were in here, we won (5-3) and ended a 20-game winless at this." The Ticat running back said he is worth every penny and more than Anthony Davis, who had a five-year, $1 million contract with Toronto Argonauts. Davis, after a disappointing first season, left the CFL after buying out the remainder of his contract. "I don't have too many years left to make it," Edwards said. "I have no background or education to fall back on. I have a lot Edwards' $1 million bid not unreasonable' known for his past deeds in high school and college, but outside of the city, he, is unknown. "It's a matter of self-pride," Edwards said. "I'm known in Oklahoma City but I'm not known in Kansas City, New York or anywhere else. A $1 million contract makes a difference. Wi,th a $1 million contract, you're known." Edwards is in the option year of his contract and if no agreement is reached, he will be paid $27,000 next HAMILTON (CP) Running back Jimmy Edwards wants $1 million over five years from Hamilton Tigcr-Cats and prospective new team owner Harold Ballard said the demand may not be unreasonable. "I'm going to have a football team and I can't fool the fans with poor quality," said Ballard, owner of Toronto Maple Leafs of the National Hockey League. "That's $200,000 a year and it may Bill Soros fired a trio of goals to lead Ottawa-Vanier 72s to a 10-1 triumph over Rockland Nationals and back into first place in the Ottawa District Junior B League's North East Division. Pail Legault added a pair for the 72s, who are two points ahead of St. Isadore Eagles in the race for first place. Singles went to Bob McFariane, Richard Robert, Paul Lafram noise, Jean Levasseur and Kea Parker. Leo Porier ruined Glen Duncan's bid for a shutout. Meanwhile, South Ottawa Canadians lead the North West Division of the Ottawa District Junior B Hockey League, but not by much. Canadians hold only a two-point lead in front of Carle ton Place with 49 points after 33 games. Athens leads the South West while Winchester tops the South East. Cuiness ski race continues Peter Heggtviet, Mark Kletty and Phil Gaulln broke the old record of SI hours of non-stop skiing at 1: 30 Friday afternoon. The trio continued on late last night, at Edelweiss Ski area, to add more hours to Heggtviet feat set three weeks ago. Algonquin victorious Algonquin Alleycats downed Sheradon 7-3 in a lone Ontario Collegiate Athletic Association hockey game Friday. Cats' Ron Morrison and Gary Isenor tallied twice while Brian DaJley, Kevin Kelso and Mike Barbean added singles. Rick Becker netted two and John Howlett notched one for Sheradon. Ski Marathon Feb. 18-19 Organizers of the Canadian Ski Marathon are expecting more than 500 skiers to participate in the event to help raise funds for the Britannia Building Fund Appeal. Ottawa Boys and Girls club has sent letters of invitation and plege forms for the marathon Feb. 18, 19. Gloucester tourney Canterbury downed Blackburn 4-1 in one of four games played in the Gloucester C Midget Tournament. Friday. North Gloucester fell 5-2 to Glencaimwhile South Gloucester edged St. Laurent 3-2. Ottawa West dumped Orleans 5-1. Carleton-Russell Cumberland recieved three goals from Mike Egan but still lost 4-3 to Navan In Intermediate Carleton-Russell hockey action. Peter Prince netted two for the winners with singles from Mike Stanley and Barry Irvin. Rockland dropped a 6-4 contest to Wendover in one other game. Robert Viau paced the victors with a hat-trick while Marc Picard, Michel Pageau and Daniel Lafleche added singles. Responding for Rockland were Alain Brunet, George Simard, Guy Bernard and Richard Bedard. Rugby team touring A contingent of Ottawa and Carleton High School Rugby players will make a tour of Wales in March. Selected members will play against Treorchy Youth Club, Penygraig Youth Club, Aberdaie Youth Club and Llandaff. Colonel By High School rugby team will also journey to Jamaica to play four exhibition games. Skicade in Ottawa Skicade, a van with two ski technicians to introduce the sport of skiing to area schools, begins its visit at Pakenham Public School, Feb. 13. From there the van will proceed to St. Patricks Junior High Feb. 14, Thomas D'Arcy McGee, Feb. 15, Featherstone Drive Public School, Feb. 15, J.S. Swerdfagar, Feb. 16 and Glashan Feb. 17. Bulau second in ski jumping For the next 60 seconds try to experience how it feels to live at the Halcyon. season. Andrew Benson of Houston, Edwards's agent, confirmed the figure Thursday night while attending a sports celebrities dinner in Toronto. Edwards was scheduled to appear at the dinner but cancelled out because of the flu. "We're looking for at least a seven-figure contract for five years, similar to A.D. (Davis)," Benson said. "That's the minimum." 50-metre hill yesterday were veryi very bad," he said of his decision to withdraw his two-member team from Friday's competition. Andre. Leclerc, 14, of Ottawa's National Capital Division, refused to practise on the hill Thursday after watching several competitors fall. His 17-year-old brother Phillip, considered to have the brightest future among Quebec jumpers, was scheduled to jump but his skis were lost en route and didn't arrive until after the competition had started. However, - the two brothers were able to get in several practice jumps on the 70-metre hill for the Shell Cup competitions that continue today and Sunday, when the 90-metre jumjHsheld. Tdm Thompson. Vancouver. 213.3 points (51 metre. 50 metres) Hem MM. Ottawa. 111.7 let. Jet Mike Guv. Thunder Bay, Ont.. 200.5 (47, 48 Randv Richards. Oshawa. Ont. 197.1 (4S. ei.S) Tom Fetter, Ottawa, m i (47. 47) John Servold. Devon, Alta., 162.7 (41. 5. 40) Den Sejetre. Ottawa. 153.7 (. ) Crafa Bowen, Thunder Boy, 19.8 (40,41) toon Collins, Thunder Bay, 140.8 (39, 37) COSTS WITH A SECTIONAL THIS TO THIS 335 ROOSEVELT AVE. OTTAWA. ONT. LTD. Phone 722-6581 to lose and there is always, the chance of getting hurt. What happens then?" Edwards rushed for 1,581 yards' last year, was named the outstanding player in the league and also was a CFL all-star. The 25-year-old Edwards denied that asking for $1 million was, in effect, asking for his release from the Ticats to take a crack at the National Football League. In his native Oklahoma City, Edwards said he is heilalcyon Sain Office Houn: 12 pm.'S p m -Daily 12 pm -5 p m - Weekends Telephone: 820 4925 By Ian MacLaine THUNDER BAY, Ont. (CP) Highly regarded Horst Bulau of Ottawa placed second in the junior event of the Canadian ski-jumping championships here Friday. Bulau finished with 212.7 points on jumps of 49 and SO metres, while the winner, Tom Thompson of Vancouver had 213.3 points with jumps of SI and SO metres. The points arc determined on style as well as distances. Third place went to Mike Guy of Thunder Bay with 200.5 points and distances of 47 and 48 metres. Meanwhile, the Quebec team entered in Friday's age-class competitions at the was withdrawn when coach Laurent Bernier determined the site unsafe. The former Canadian ski-jumping champion, who trains the Quebec team at Mont Ste. Anne, said he didn't want any members of his team ending up crippled for life as he was when his right leg was shattered In a fall in 1950. "The conditions at the REDUCE FUEL Giauford OTCl You look towards the billiard room. After dinner, maybe you'U ask Frank next door if he wants a return match. Come through the Impressive entrance. The doorman smiles and says good evening. Nice having him around, especially when you have parcels. There's something you don't get with a house. Mother hen Hogg rediscovers sport GARAGE DOOR I You enter your home. Nice having Urban-dale personalize it. You notice the Halcyon meeting room door is closed. Probably Mrs. Johnson upstairs having a committee meeting. WE SERVICE ALL MAKES & MODELS FROM & SONS u clUlfnuil TORONTO (CP) Wendy Hogg, the "mother hen" of the Canadian national swim team, says she is suddenly rediscovering the sport of swimming and hasn't enjoyed it as much in years. It wasn't hard for the Edmonton swimmer to enjoy it Friday night after she had collected two gold medals and a national record in the first day's action at the Etoblcoke Olymplum Canada Cup meet. She beat her own Canadian short-course record for the 100-metre backstroke, clocking one minute, 3.51 seconds in heats, then won the final In 1:03.96 and added another victory in the 200-metre individual medley. Hogg, now 21, is one of the veterans on the national team, of which she has been a member since 1971, and admits some of the younger girls now refer to her as "mother hen". The former Wendy Cook, a Vancouver native who won two gold medals at the 1974 Commonwealth Games. Lisa Borsholt of Vancouver came from behind to nip Pointe Claire's Robin Corsiglia in the women's 200 breaststroke. Borsholt clocked 2:37.01 and Corsiglia 2: 37.03. Anne Merklinger of Ottawa placed sixth. i If you've ever enjoyed the comfort of a home, you'll love the elegance of the Halcyon.' Where people like, yourself have a right to take the amenities for granted. rr- ti alSjJ j i s32 i fe I CITY OF OTTAWA RECREATION FACILITIES PIUS X LOTTERY '78 WEEKLY DRAW Mi BALL DIAMONDS and SPORTS FIELDS Request for the use of City of Ottawa facilities must be made before APRIL 1st SPRING and SUMMER ICE TIME A limited number of hours will be available. Applications must be received by URDANDALE $500 703 P4af E. Dgn $400 1207 Evalyn Bartaban $300 SOS Mfchaal Sarrtnaccto $200 20O3 Paul J. Dma $200 1610 J. Roy Bouche O.M.I. $200 8S Mra. Rita M. Dawaon MARCH 3. , Bingo, Pius X Mon. & Wed. Nights at 7:30 p.m. Now arrange the real thing. Experience is the best teacher. For information please call 563-3222 '-Ml' Phone 224-0932 Ont Lie. 205186 rft

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