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THE OTTAWA JOURNAL MONDAY, MARCH 6, 1850. en r n mi '. i '1! u t JTiUl.W- 18 Francoise OHivier Captures ; - Hughes of Lisgar Collegiate Takes School Individual Crown Trophy for Combined Honors 9 PrlsclUa Murray. GSC. 1 JU - 11 Jane Coulson, GSC.... 122 12 Joan Chesley, G ...... 1 .34.4 13 Mary Lou Dunn, GSC. 1.41.1 ! 14 Jennlfer Mc Vicar, L 1. 1.48.0 15 Mary Parker. L2 1 .58.2 ; 15 Liz Ross, L 2 1 J12 17 Leneen Xavanagh, L 1. 2.19.3 18 llary Davis, L 2 223.0 .... . . ' " Slalom Xactv Stevens, Bruce Klrby, Frank De-vine and John Taylor. Team Results. 1. Glebe Collegiate ...... 3.10.0 2. Lisgar Collegiate 3.13.6 3. Ottawa Technical School 3.18.2 ' k Individual Result. 1. Ed Hughes (L) . 32.1 2. Harry Provost (T) ... 32.4 '3. Mervyn O'Neil (T) ... 34.1 .4. Rod Sprague (G) ..... 342 3rJoe Travers (L) TTvT 34.3 0. JohnCammel! (G) ... 36 J .i The Cleb Collejiate team of Glen rraxr. Tom Donovan, Henri "Moreault,"John Gammell and Rod Sprsgue retained possession of the Ottawa Ski Club Trophy by winnlnf the boy' tnteracholattie slslom championship at' Camp Fortune on Saturday. Glebe noted out the Lisgar Collegiate team of Joe Travers, Don Fredenberf. Alex Hegjtvelt, Ed Hughes and Bert KeUock by a narrow margin of less than four seconds with Tech 1 Inlshlnf w third" plat 'Only eight seconds behind the winners. The trophy, in past years, was warded on the basis of four events but rules were altered this Winter to change the meet to a slalom race. No competition was held last year but the south side school has held the trophy since It was put up for competition in 1848.' Ed Hughes of Lisgar took down Individual honors running the course in 32 1-5 seconds to nose out. Harry Provost fr-Tech. by three-fifths of a second. Third place was aptured by Mervin O'NelL . . Officials for both the boys and girls' interscholastie events.. Included Andy Tommy,. Audrey Schncitcr Wins Harriman Cup At Sun Valley ? SUIT J VALLEY, Idaho, March 83Gexrge Schnelter, 24-yeax-oid Swiss cabinet maker, Sunday won the annual Harriman cup slalom race. The talL blond skier from La Chaux-de-Fonda,' Switzerland,- who didn't finish Saturday's downhill race, slipped down he'43-gate course twice for an unofficial time of two minutes 42.1 aeconds. Behind Schnelter was Francois Baud of Trance.'wbose unoIIkLal time for the two runs was two minutes 44.7 seconds. Olie Dal-man of Sweden was third, his two runs unofficially timed ; at two minutes 43 seconds. Andrea Mead, 17-year-old Ruthland, Vt., school girl and winner of the women's downhill race " Saturday. , repeated her performance in l the - women's slalom for an unofficial first 4n one minute -43.7 seconds for her two runs. Celina SeghJ of Italy, third in the women's downhill, was second Sunday In an unofficial time of one, minute 48 seconds. Thirty-five gates marked the women's course which was about half the ' length of the men's course. , . Zeno Colo, Italy's speedster who won the world's meet at Arpen, Colo., and repeated at Banff, "Alta., came In fourth In a combined time of two minutes 48.2 seconds. HsnNogler of Austria, winner ST. MARY'S, TVICE CITY CIIAMPIONSSt. Mary's Light Bantama champions of their division for the city, who were champions last year as Pecwees. It was the second straight season of success for. the team coached by.Les Newman. First row left to right: Jack Egan, John Kealey, Earl Gull beault, Bob Brien, and Ken Newman. Bck. row; Brian Hand, Jerry Albert, Itoydon Kealey, Les Newman (coach), Danny Kelly and Nicky Foster. (Journal Staff Photo.) ' ' ' :: ' : ' - Devlin Takes Jumping Title Andy Tommy Tops Juniors Playground Hockey St Charles Advances. . . St. Charles Juveniles moved another step , towards the OD1IA crown when they tangled with Hull St Raymond over. the week-en They eliminated them two straight, scoring a 1-0 win last night They play Cornwall in the next round of the plsydowns. Walter Klmberley netted the only goal of the contest with Paul Sabourin adding to his amazing string or shutouts. - . MINERS IN FINALS.. .NORTH SYDNEY, NS, March Pesrochers and Wqhlberg Store In Gatineau Zone Title Events r Raymond Desrochers, of the i Red Birds Ski Club finished Ottawa Ski Cub, and Jack Wahl- second followed .by Car ma n seconds behind Schopf. Fourth place in the. downhill gave him a third placing in the combined results. Johnson was the 1943 Alpine combined winner. Bob Richardson, ski Instructor at - Mont Tremblant, Que, was fourth in today's slalom but his third-place showing In the downhill gave him the edge over Johnson for second piece In the two-event performance. Andy Tommy ef Ottawa,. 17-year-eld speedster, came In third ft p& AJt' 11 i -tip-Junior lo the event which gave' him the Junior combined title. Tommy, sen ef the former Ottawa Rough' Rider footballer, yestej' day - placed fifth la the men's downhill which waa wen by a daredevil Junior racer from Qae-bee City, Andre Bertrand. Bertrand was 11.1 second behind Tommy in today's slalom race and placed second to the Ot-tawan In the Jusrlor men'a com The Gloucester Street Convent team of Jane Coulson, Priscilla Murray, Francoise Olllvier. Mary Anne Lyons and Mary Lou Dunn showed, marked superiority In the slalom race to win the Mrs. Robert E. Maynard Trophy, emblematic . of the girls' Inter-scholastic combined downhill and slalom , championship at Camp Fortune on Saturday. Trailing the defending cbani-pionavClebe Collegiate, by near ly eight" seconds, the -Convent girls, captured., four- of -the- first seven positions-in the slalom to win that event by more than 45 aeconds. The Glebe team of Jane. Barry, June Fuller, Betty Stevens, Joan Chetley and Anne McLaughlin finished second in the -combined while. Lisgar Collegiate placed third. '., ' Adds to Laarels. Francoise Olllvier, who carried off top honors in the Ottawa Ski Club's downhill and alalom championship, added the Ottawa Interscholastie Ski Union Trophy to her laarels. by winning Individual combined honors in the meet Miss Ollivler's easy victory In the slalom, combined - with her third-place standing in the downhill, gave her a small margin over the winner of the downhill, Max-lne Shifsky, of Uigar Collegiate. Miss Shifsky ran the Cote du Nord in the fast time of one minute. 11 4-5 seconds to lead June Fuller of Glebe across the line by more ' than three seconds. , Miss Olllvier had a margin of more than sljSv seconds In the slalom TBrr7t!9., Tsrwcjr, Ja!..Xil4 son.' .- ' DownhlU Race. ' 1 Maxlna Shlfaky, L 1.. 1.11.4 2 June Fuller, G 1.15.1 3 Francoise Ollivler. GSC 1.17.2 4 Mary Anne Lyons, GSC 1.18.4 5 Miriam Ralnboth. L 1. 1.22.1 6 Anne McLatrghlln, G. . 2Z2 7 Jane Barry, G . ... .. . . 123.0 6 Betty Stevens, G . . . , 128.4 9Lorna McDougall, LI. U1J 27V vanced into me cape Jireton Senior Hockey League ., finals against Sydney Millionaires when they trounced North Sydney Vlc-torlaa 3-2 here Saturday,. Miners won the best-ot-seven semifinals 4-1 In games. The finals open, Thursday. Millionaires drew a' bye Into the finals after leading 7 the 'three-team league during regular schedule play. ! :'mJ3: i : : N BANrr, AlU March 8-F) Art Devlin of Lake Placid, NY, Sunday won- the North American and Canadian ski Jumping championhip with top-form lesps of 211 and 220 feet from Mount Norqusy. The holder of the United States distance record was given 229.2 points for his soaring, two-tenths of a point better than Mezzy Barber of Brattleboro, Vt, and Arnt Tokle of Brooklyn. NY, 4 UvTkJs ; a, hither of .the lte Torger TOKie. one un wi f all-time skUJumping great, made the longest leap of the 39 competitors who had to overcome a steady snowfaU In their flights. r Tokle Sets Record. . More than 8,000 spectators, the biggest gathering to witness a ski championship rneet In this Rocky mountain ski resort,- saw - Tokle set a course jump record of 224 feet He added one foot to the previous mark established last retVfei""!.L top Jumper of the 1948 Olympics. Tokle had a leap of 219 zeei on his first try while Barber had Jumps of 213 and 215 feet Christian Nohn, Norwegian student at Mlddlebury College, Vt, caught the next place with 223.2 points for his flights of 202 and 212 feet. Tom Mobraaten of Vancouver was the top Canadian in the distance-form competition. The 41-year-old - veteran -Jumper -of Canadian Olympic teams in. 1938 and 1943 had jump of 199 and 198 feet to place fifth with 213 points. " - - ... . ' Bernler Sixth. Laurent'-Bernler. of . Quebec City was sixth with 190 and 195 feet jumps for 208 J point. Henri Plcsrd, also of Quebec City and a., former Canadian Jumping champion, was seventh with 207 points for leaps of 193 and 198 feet. ' - Eighth place went to Nl Paul of Klmberley, BC with jumps of 183 and 194 feet for 204.3 points. In a separate jumping contest for cross-country runners Paul" top ped a fpur-manntry towln the Canadian and North American Nordic combined title. Other jumpers to place in-the first 15: Jsck White, Revelstoke, BC ninth ,wth 202.6 points; Art Johnson. Revelstoke, 10th with 2014; Arthur Thibeault. Three- Rivers, Que Ilth with 199.8; Paul Des-rochers. Three Rivers, 12th with 198.9; Tyke Dursnd.' Revelstoke, 13th with 1974: Karl Martitsch, Austria 14th with 194: Bill Copley, Banff. 15th with 192.3.- Saturday an engaged Austrian couple, both students from the University of Innsbruck, made a cleanup of Canadian ski championship titles." " Twenty four - year - old -Egon Schopf -won the - men's slalom championship In a 48-entrant race when he whipped down - Mount Norqusy's ' three-quarter mile run and slammed ..through 38 gates for a total two-run time of one minute .and 48 J seconds. . His sialom victory plus a , second.. pUce. Fridsy In .the . men's Canadian downhill race gave the blond Austrian the men'a Alpine CQmblcd tltlev v ' r Duplicates Effort. . ; His 2Nyear-old fiancee,' blonde and pretty Dagmar Rom, duplicated the effort with a . similar slalom triumph for the women's Canadian title but bettered Schopf s record jvllh anotherflrst place in the downhill.-Her per-feci two-event showing give her Ihe womerTi ATpIh comblrted loif a clean sweep of all. titles. , The Uome Austrian girl already holds the world alalom and giant slalom titles and the North American slalom and Alpine combined honors. . 1 second in the men's slalom, 8 J - L 1 F. Ollivler .......... 34. 2 J. Coulson ........... 41.0 -: 3-m:' sMfAky-i.r;;;;Tr" 422: " 4 P. Murray ........... 44.0 " "M." Ralnboth T7T777TT7 7" 472r 6 A. McLaughlin .,7 51.0 7 M. A. Lyons , 81.1 8 B. Stevens . 82.4 9 L. McDougall , 63 4 , 9 J. Chesley 85.4 . 11 J. Barry . 57.1 12 M, L. Dunn 1.032 13 J. Fuller 1.172 14 J.McVlcar .......... 1232 Legend: G Glebe Collegiate; - L Lisgar CoUegUte; GSC Gloucester Street Convent, r F:.G?EnTY FC1S.11E 3 Commercial Lots,' 25x73 - ' - - . v ' en ' :. ;' Dalheusle Street, near Clarence ; En Bloc r Separately Ne Reasonable Offer Refused ... Write Box 8. Station T :: Montreal, Que. . Kcrth Eist...7e:t... MALLORY From Nawfouadlaad to B.C uus is tae hat lor everywhere, - The Coast to Coast fits aay cll - aaate aay locale Smartly atvled, of Haaat far felt with boud, wait or raw edge. Sae aad feel tie tlillaraace' for . vooraalL. Otbar Mallory tUts irom $6.50 p. Ata BROCK NATS Aa If RAUCXT RATS (CaecJa) ILVJTI3 Braakvlla, Oat. iiii wit SrytO laodars for over 1 30 years C CAPLAN 'LIMITED KJdeaa Street i-im' DOVER'S LTD.: Bank A Queen IJUdeaaSt. JOE FELLER LTD." TTie 'Dodrtray lo a Man's " .. World 111 Rldeaa EL . 2-1171' A. J. FREIMAN LTD. ; Meh'f Shop Street tleer McKerncher-Wiriless Kldesa at Sanex I-lllf - . r- Fxif. ' 7', 7Vf vYn;-?:v THaoara an couA . TOU'lt Ml i. J Montreal, captured the Gatineau Ski Zone Jumping and crosscountry championships at Camp Fortune on Sunday. By virtue of their victories Detrochers and Wahlberg become holders of the Devonshire Challenge Cup and the Lady WMlngdon .Trophy. -V Under a bright warm sun ""Detrochers made two fine leaps of 144 and 133 feet on the Locke-berg Jump to ' nose out. John Draper of McGilL Jacques Char-land of Three Rivers captured third position. Close to 1.000 persons were on hand to view the event . Ted Pope of the Skyriders Ski Club of Montreal took down top honors In. Class B followed by his . teammate John Houseman. Rheal Seguin of the Norland Ski Club, competing in his first tournament placed first in Class C and shows promise of becoming a good Jumper. .. ,' - ' . . , The Junior event was won" by Terry Redfern of the Skyriders Ski Club, with leaps of 119 and 120 . feet with Andre Pratt of Three Rivers placing second. Raymond Detrochers also became -the holder of the Bedard Trophy for taking the longest standing Jump of 133 feet ", ' John Boyer of the Hull Regiment, ran the four mile crosscountry race In 43 minutes and 53 eeconds to take down top honors in the Junior crota-country race and defeat: John Gam- ' mell by nearly six minutes. The runners from Montreal scored .an J.eaiy , victory ..in the senior cross-country race. Wahl-berg "covered the" 1 0 mile course In one hour, 13 minutes and. 10 seconds. Andy Hugessen of the Montreal West Rink Takes McCrea Trophy SEIGNIORY CLUB. Que, March 6 CD-J. W. Bedbrook'a Montreal West rink Sunday won the McCrea Trophy and. the 14th - annual granite boniplel here by ' defeating J. A. MofTatt, of Montreal Caledonia, 12-2 la the final game. '. . ' Other members of the winning rink are: C Wilkinson, lead; A. Fyfev second, and B, J. Bors-borough, third.. The quartet was undefeated in four rounds of opening play. - 7 Thirty-two rinks from all pars of Eastern Canada and several ' United States points took part In the four-day' 'spteL - It ..was .,Jthe. second., time, flnce the trophy went up for - competition that a Montreal rink won the trophy. EH. Pooler, of the "" Seigniory Club, won last year but lost 8-5 In third round play to MoffatU First consolation award to the rink with highest net margin of score with one loss. went to E. M. Lortx, of New York Caledonian. Second con solallon prize--wenl-to a-Lechute, .Que- rink. skippedL by tTAiex"HggtTetrL-TT-37.o o. iienn Moreauit f.uj , v aa.u 9. Tom Donovan (G) .... . 40.0 10. Glen Fraser (G) :... 41.0 10. Bob Irving (T) 12. John Milne (G) 13. Bill Jenkins (G) ..... 14. Ruts Wilson (T) ..... 15. Burt Kellock (L) ..... 16. Don Fredenberg (L) . . 17. Nick Krushlnskl (L) . 18. Don Be lot (L) ....... 18. Paul Smith (T) 20. Dave Brown (G) ..... 21. Bob . Sowm (T) --. 22. Art Tommy (L) ...... 23. Glen Lowes (G) ..U. 24. Doug Minnes (T) ..... 23. Al Twombly (T) ....V 26. John Lebrun (G) ..... 3rd M rKwiH vHi;i&,Zfendi. tlons for the race were very slowJ and the. competitors had. considerable difficulty ; with their wax. . ' Bud Clark, Hal and Bruce Heggtvelt, John Veit and Emile Danjaw acted as officials In the cross-country race while Sigurd Lockeberg. BUI Burke and Roger Vincent Judged the Jumping. ItMutu: ; JUMPING. Class A." 1st ln4 Pta. SltS 318 1 soot 1T7J 1S3.S 1. It Droehr. O.. 144 191 X 9. ZrajMr. McO ... 143 14S 9. J. Charland. TR... 1M 138 4. r. La tour. TR .... Dlx ISO Class B. .; 1. T. Pom. 8 123 138 3. J, HouMmas. 8 . . 131 S. O. LframboL. ISV 99 14 OX 1S4J 110 1S3.S 4. K. Chtaler, U .... 101 X 10T " ' " , Class C. 1. K.'feguln. Tf ..... 134x113 7. D. Griffiths. S ...7 10S 91 3. 8. Naylof. O ..... S3 SS 143 3 173.3 ISO 3 14S0 144 S D. Watson. 8 . . - S4 SS 1. Laframboiaa. HX te II Ox 140 8 3. Boyar. HR S4 ?S 13S.4 C. Burrtifh. O .. lOOx 98 I30.T C. LSault. H llx lltx 12S.S H. ColdlnS.:0,,.,. S0xS4 113.3 ianlar. 1. T. Radfernf 9 .... lit '130 187 S a. A. Pratt. TR ,.,. 118 1 19 1834 3. J. DuboU. TR .... 30' 139x 173.3 4. J. McMartln. K .. . tsx S3 135.4 . M ONatU O ...r t9x S3 130 x-Dcnotaa fall. CROSt-COUNTRT. i ' . lealar. I. 3. Wahlbarf. V . . . Hi 1.131 1. A. Hueaasan. RB ......... 1.1S 0S 5. C. Weoda. MH ............ 1.1S.17 4. K. Qulan. O 1 34.30 a. R. Lachaina. O 1J1JS " iaalor. ' ' 1. 3. Boyar. MR ....V.T....,"r 4SJ3 2. 3. Cammall. O SUM X.D. Ualot. O 38 00 Lnl O. Ottawa Ski Club; N. Norland Ski Chiir. HR. Hull Raclmawti 5. Skyriders Ski Club: McO. McCUl Unlrariiy Ski Club: TR. Tkrva Rivars Ski - Club; ISU. Intareollag lata Ski Union: V. Vlkln Ski Club: RS. Ra4 Birds Ski Club: MH. Mortn Half hta. Ed Bourne Leads. Ottawa Trapshoolers 1 It was the president's day at the Ottawa Trapthootlng Club Saturday." Ed. Bourne, who heads . the club e x e c u 1 1 e, took time getting started, shooting 9x23 and 11x23 In the first two flights of the afternoon, both of which earned him thirds. Then he opened up In the third flight with a 21x23 and: followed. with a 19x23 in the fourth. They were the high' scores of the afternoon. The scores: N - Squad 1 J.' Miller, 17; Major Gen. H.-Letson, 10; E. Bourne, 9. Squad '2 T. .Webster, 14; J. Hamilton, 13; E. Bourne, 11. --squad "-Er Bourne; "2i . 'D. Patertori, 10; MaJorGen. H. Let-son. 9. . ,.: .; Sqaa d 4-E Bourne, ' 1 1; J. Miller, 13; J. Hamilton, 12. Squad 3 T. Webster, 11; Major Gen. II. Letson, 10; B. Paterson, J. Hamilton, 8. Warmlth, of Toronto Granite, 10-3,-ln-the semUfinaL LIn.the, other, aeml.final-bracketr Moffatv tiedJ2-alUFlth Lortx and. won on an extra end. Other members of the MofTatt rink were lead. O. AWhillaker; seconoV .W.J3ax ter, and third, F H. Cregeen. ' ; The trophy was put up for competition by Hon. Charles McCrea. real winner was Willie Brown, of Royal Montreal, 1q 1940. TH OE3T MAN1 Tlf LEADING tl.Hjt- COAL GETTOll al aafie wrtsMof Vi" Hta , KM.L af ywf farla - yawr m i4 na'af lk taaat4 a i-lkv lea , Hi SynS taai ar ar aa Kary taaxaVf OS eav Mai ta U. CreaX O. Hecfeey ee ka ardered la same - 1 "iWdDMirmiEAE, bined standing. LoU Woodworth of Banff. 21 year-old member of Canada's team to the 1950 world championship ski meet at Aspen Colorado, placed second in the women's slalom, 10.5 seconds behind Miss Rom, Miss Woodworth. who had previously placed second In the downhill, also, ranked second in combined results. On the Alleys : Fred Caahen and John Kopil won the second round of the city doubles championship by an 87-pin margin over, the week-end. They take -a leg up In bt S. Leonard Bclaire Trophy com- peihicm. Caahen rolled 717 and hk partner 855. Earl Wilkinson and Harold Lahey took second with 1,485. Frad Caahen. TIT; Joha KoplL til 1J7J Kari Wilklnaen. 738; - Harold La bar.' 717 nuiim - l.S K. Campbell. O. Slriannl ...... 1.4T7 P. Hadlay. P. Cuanta ....... 1.430 R. RomaUs. W. Maa4 .. 1.42S T. Boyar. A. Harper .......... 1.381 S. Lancatlerr U Chamberlain 1 S E. Scott.-ADasanaia .....1.337 9. Lanthiar. O.-Shcarn ........ 1.353 O. Chartrand. A. Attrt 141 W. Bouvler. 5, Walkar ..134 3. O RaUly. A. McCoy t 142S P. Dasormaaua. O. Durochar .. U20 A. Trcmblay. B. TrambUy .... 1J14 as, May. 3. McNea 1.311 Lw Grafolra. R. AlUlra -1.304 B. Sehwarta. 3. Johnson ..,. -1.177 A. Burka. O. Noal .V 1.33 C. ProbaU R. Warwick 1.317 K. Hactor.'R. McCord . 1239 T. Cardnar. R. RoblUard ...... 1.337 M. Laland. W. May .......... 1J47 C Pilm, O. Oickana 1.347 P. Karam. A. Asaal v . .......... 1.333 A. fUiklay. 3. Pollock ......... 1.307 V. Balklay. B. KaUH 1.1SS G. Schryburu G.Vlck 1.1S4 R. 8pnc. R. Patanauda ...... 1.1 SO Ryrroft. Doonar 1.183 O. Moran. U Dodunakt ....... 1.183 R. Whaatlay. J. Rstcllffa 1.1 48 P. Thompson. W. Wlckware .... 1 .1 1 1 B, Pafan. 3. Houla . l.OPS U Roblllard. R. Montgomery 1.078 3. Huddlaaton. P. Huddles ton .. 1.087 O. Taania. X. Salklay ........ 1.033 A. Goodman. K. Sotnerm,. S77 a - . . R. Diguer took the honors lrf the IRA League over, the weekend, with a 754 croea and a 275 single. L. MuUin rolled 694 and 237 while M. McEwan had the second high single of 267 in his 673. Team standing: ' COrtnor1 WahcrST.T43 1 r100 Canada Cement No. 1 37 17 . 90 Can. Bank Note:... 38 16 89 Imperial Optical 777 32 70 Clark Dairy -. . :r;i .- 25 29 - S9 Int Harvester ..... 23 31-54 Canada Cement No. 2 22 . 32 52 National Printers .. 21 32 80 Ottawa Caa ........ 16 38 .,37 McMullen-Perklna .13 41 ; 29 Itt-- th4DaughUra-X.Isabe)l a last ..week , JMrs.jC3... Bulls rd jwss high with a 659 cross, which Included a'-aingle of 264. , Other good singlet . were Mrs. J, Finn's 303 and Mrs. E. HeberVs 226. L The Brooklyn Dodgers have not visited the cellar since 1903. Every other major les rue team has finished last since then. uim. wiin an unoriiciai combined time of. two minutes 48.8 seconds. Nog ler's tame in the downhill was 18.8 aeconds for 810 miles court. Colo trailed with a time of 2.19.2. Ives La trelUe was 13th. Title Winners In Banff Mee! BANrr, Alta- March 8 TlUe winners in the North American and Canadian ' ski clfampionshJps at Mount Norquay, February 23 to March 5: j North American, . Men's downhill Zeno Colo. Italy. Women's downhill Janette Burr, Seattle, Wash: Men's slalom Zeno Colo, Italy. Women's slalom Dagmar. Rom, Austria. Men's Alpine combined Zeno Colo, Italy. Women's Alpine combined Dagmar Rom, . Austria. Men's jumping Art Devlin, Lake Placid, NY. Men's cross-country Hana Holaas, Eugene, Ore. Men's Nordic combined Noel PauL Kknberley, BC. - Canadian, - Men's downhill Andre Bert-rand, Quebec City. Women's downhill Dagmar Rom, Austria. Men's .slalom Igon Schopf, Austria. Women's slalom Dagmar Rom,' Austria. Men'a Alpine combined Egon Schopf, Austria. Women's Alpine combined Dagmar Rom, Austria. Men'a Jumping Art -Devlin. Lake , Placid. NY, Men'a cross-country Hans Ho-laas. Eugene, Ore. Men's Nordic combined Noel Paul, Klmberley, BC. - - - ' ' ' Junior downhill Andre Bert-rand. Quebec City. Junior slalom Andy .Tommy. Ottawa. . Junior cross-country Xrtc . Bodin, . Kim-berley, BC Junior , Jumping Inrin Servo Id, . Camroee, Alta. Junior . Nordic combined Svere Rondeevedt, Klmberley, BC : i Fisher Park Cagers " Receive Coaching aaiNSHaap-Msapasjaa a Boys in the Fisher Park House League picked" up some - expert training Saturday morning , and morejs in store In the future. Wank Usaher, coach of Glebe Grads, "senior runners-up - this year, was on hand to assist in the coaching of the boys this week, with several high school stars also on deck. Two groups, boys 11-13, and 8-10 play In the loop. The older crowd plays at" 10.00 each Saturi day morning with the others following an hour later. There are four" Junior and four senior teams. " Earl Murdoch's . Fisher Psrk High bantams played an exhibition for the. boys. The high school coaches art John Mclnnes, Graham Armstrong, Bill Frieday Bud Shore- Cord Rnaud,T..Cord Gu2ior.Doug.WMIXan.KcailIot- jnanuaod. ,AlJ effrty, . SQUASH CTL3ITION. . rJTOROmO, March 8. CD-Ernie Howard, of the University of Toronto,"upet top-seeded Sid Hetherington, of Toronto Carlton. Sunday 7-15, 13-1 J, 15-8, 13-10 to rapture the Ontario singles squash racquets championships. I ' v- 1 IM If) 5 FLIGHTS DAILY- -L;:,.:,. ' FLIGHTS DAILY For a full business day in Toronto tik the "Earl Bird Flight"-4eiving Ottawa at 7.30 a.m., arriving Toronto 9.15 a.m. . For Reservations CALL 5-4311 - ' TCA TUttt OttUt ChU." L.orir,'OIUt.' - -'- '; OH YOUR TRAVEL AGENT - --- DHAICQ GIVE .'i 3 says liorrrrxAL cab Dmvra TvoN r.n.T.rMARX : LIKIKGS TLViS Till Vi'EA.TV wtiafiad -with the jv; rA r. T i 1.. , - . ... rI am kaora thaa II 7 - If r- ' 7iV VJ:lf e aetlanal - aarrlcs)-' rrhaTsr-hed-with I, George Calder.as .thJoucwlth. i f .t. rt,.. Ytfi.kMwl .1uv.l liUMt.i:!. V l. I v .n i 'it wzuaa a voa oauaamaxe, aou aw aaiua t-'-SL.: Wctre.;;eY-weTehitaIad I -V4 best net margin of score with one - Bed brook downed W.tWOTIahv-. son, of Ottawa Rideau, 18-4 in the first round; R. P. Hallowell, of the Brookline, MatS Country Club, 31XX) miles a?o pa my taxi ... in use 24 hours a day la haary traffic. Life of aft 77). 12-9, In the second round; V. E.J.O Toronto., The previous Mont ordinary rlreted linings used previously was lroxn .12,000 to 14.033 mil a. : Reports from coaal-to-coast in Canada tell the same story ; . . Chryco Cyclabond Brake Linings give UQcmsTmtswi I MM jp tor three timea the wear under Qher-than-ordinary uael - -: v - CLAD THAT5 SETTLED f rVE Hqckey.pictore. 2tryeo Cydabond Brake linings are rlvetleea, wesi longer, giro more ef. Jcvcllcnj 5ctting 254 with out cup.'. f active braking, practically eliminate ' drumaccain .. ' . 7 Saa yoor ChrjttrP7rwsnfk-rrrj or Dotf7 Scully, of Montreal St. George, 167, in the third round, and N.'B, PCTUR.C VltL I VTAR IN MV TIB-CUP ? Grmmmr Yaal s s1 , f sat tia si" at U kJ.a akf aUyar. 71 m laa ae KN.L player aw !P af mn aanta "d ae'aVets edoa 35 i I i y i i Zoto dUt fodry w 1st flirt crTsp! 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