The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada on July 2, 1975 · Page 37
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The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada · Page 37

Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
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Wednesday, July 2, 1975
Page 37
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Bombers blast WINNIPEG (CP) - Winnipeg Blue Botnbero were held in check for 30 minutes Tuesday night before inundating Saskatchewan - Roughriders with five second-half touchdowns to score a 41-8 Western Football Conference exhibition victory before 18,105 fans. The only" thing notable about the .Roughrider performance was that Ron Lancaster and George Reed still are the mainstay - of the offence. "" ' ' - Bombers got a couple of gifts in the second half and used . them to deflate the Roughriders. One was a fumble recovery by fullback Phil Polak who ran in for a touchdown. The other was a thrilling 105-yard interception Golf roundup HYLANDS Rocky Rockburn fired a hole-in-one on the 170 yard 1 6th hole on the south course during the weekend a the Hylands Golf Club. Witnesses were Ted Russell, D. Reid and Martin McDonald. . CEDARBHX Jean Whitfield and Helen Todd combined to win the women's title in the mixed four ball best ball with a low net 58 during the weekend at Ce-darhill Golf Club. Jackie Lane and Miriam Redshaw were runners-up with 60. Flo Moore and Audrey HewftLwere third with 62., Lil Porter and'Vicv McKeane and Kay Hase and . Hilda More carded 63s. Ernie Butts and Art 'Cook won trig men's crown with a low net 53 while Glyne Moore and Bill Alison finished second with-55. . Fred Horton, Jack Wright, Maurice Brad-shaw and Gerry Walls scored 56s. Bill Whitman and Jim ' Bohanhad57. MANDERLEY Fred Jepson scored a hole-. in-one on the 205 yard sixth hole with a fourwood, Phil Dawson was the witness. v Derek Binkley and Ken Vargo fired net 64s to tie for the professional trophy. The pair are scheduled to meet in a playoff to decide the win- -nen . . AT CHAUDIERE Julie Cherry won the CLGA pin round with a 68. At the Chaudiere Golf Club. Runner-up was Marie Kolar. Qualifying in the club handicap championship were: Class "A": Marie Kolar, Joyce Williams, Marion Greenwood, Madeleine Dube, Gloria Gorman, Helen Cluff. Class "B": Fran Barrett, Dorothy Good, Ruby Tahwell, Marg Gerard, Marg Bruce, Mary Noram, Pam Jones, Marg Rowe. Class "C": Sonia Ferries, Janet Van Cleaf, Sadie Rossy, Jo Elias, Leah Gillespie. , JOINS HARTFORD HARTFORD (AP) - Italian soccer star Giaccomo Bulgarelii signed a contract. Tuesday to play with Hartford Bicentennials for the remainder of the North American Soccer League season, a team spokesman said. Bulgarelii, 34, scored 100 goals in more than 700 games played with the First Division Bologna Football Club of Italy. He has also played 34 games with the Italian, national team. CHINESE FOOD BUFFET $2.75 - PER PERSON 12 NOON 1.30 P.M. Monday to Friday ;' "(Including HiilittJYi) In the MING ROOM. A OOU CHIP ASSOOATt return by Paul Williams who salted the wound by running backwards the last 10 yards. Riders scored early under the direction of Lancaster who drilled 'a seven-yard pass to k Tom Campana and then fired a two-point conversion pass to Steve Mazurak. . The m o s t the Bombers1 could do behind - the sign a calling of Chuck Ealey in the first half was get within range for two field goals by Bob Macorrittl., He hit from 14 and 44 yards out as Riders held an 8-6 lead at the half. Then the coaches, turned to their backup strength in the last half with RandyMat- tingley taking over . for Lan- Sports Shorts ' " " Kuhn to discourage attacks on writers ' Baseball commissioner Bowie KuKn said Tues-, day he will take whatever, steps are necessary to discourage major league baseball coaches and players from harassing or attacking writers. ; The Associated Press Sports Editors Association and the Baseball Association of America herve filed protests with Kuhn following recent verbal and physical assaults on two writers. .' : - - . -Detroit ' Tigers' manager Ralph Houk was charged with one- count of assault Saturday after allegedly slapping Phil Hersh of the Baltimore Eve ning Sun prior to the-Tigers' Friday night game in . Baltimore. On Saturday columnist Bob Ryan of the Boston Globe was jostled by. a Boston player and chased out of the Red Sox locker room. ' Both incidents resulted from critical stories by the writers. , ., ... ...i : .... v. ' V Set deadline for COJO Broadcasting unions covering most of the world said they want to provide television coverage of the" Olympic Games in Montreal but refuse to meet the financial demands of the organizers. The European broadcasting organizations set the end of September as a deadline for reaching agreement with the Canadian Olympic Organizing Committee COJO on the price for television rights to the Summer Olympics in Montreal. After September, they said, it will be impossible to secure satisfactory technical and organisational arrangements for television transmission of the games from Montreal to east and west Europe. Seeks Penguins' franchise A prospective purchaser was to. meet today with several local businessmen to discuss acquisition of the debt-ridden Pittsburgh Penguin hockey franchise, a reliable source disclosed Monday. It was also learned that Equibank, which holds five million ' dollars in loan notes to trie' Penguins, lent the club an estimated $80,000. in order to meet player salaries and other expenses. Cancel hoop tourney V - A six-nation. basketball tournament scheduled Aug. 4-5 as part of a series of international competi- tions in preparation for the Olympics has been cancelled. The Canadian Amateur Basketball... Asso ciation and the co-ordinators of International competitions were unable to obtain confirmation from the Soviet Union, the United States, Czechoslovakia, Yugoslavia and Cuba. In addition, plans for a Canada-Cuba match-up as a replacement for the original tjumament, remain in jeopardy. FOR A TROUBLE FREE SUMMER! CHECK OUR HOLIDAY SPECIALS: Pressure test cooling system. Check radiator and heater hoses. Clean radiator. fins. Check fan belt and tension. Check charging system. Service battery. Adjust - clutch and check transmission operation. Inspect tires. 14.95 plu ports PAINT SPECIAL . Complete Pain Job 1 75 (oMsut&'oNir) OFFER EXPIRES AUG. 15 CALL TODAY FOR AN APPOINTMENT 233-9345 BWfWtSfi- I I MVUi II I motor sales limited 'caster and sRalph Brock, taking the reins for Winnipeg. Brock won the battle of backups early by shooting a 24-yard touchdown strike to ; Gord Paterson and later' carrying one in himself from seven yards away. . The final nail'was driven in ' " by Jim Washington who bowled over tacklers for a seven-yard touchdown near ' the end of the game. - -Regular Winnipeg kicker Walt McKee, sitting it out with an injury, could . have , trouble regaining his old position. His replacement, Macor-rltti,- was deadly in kicking bis two field goals and five converts. , . Check wheel alingment. Repack front . wheel bearings. : Remove all wheels . inspect brakes. Pressure test cooling . system. Check radiator and heater hoses and all connections. Clean radi ator fins. Check fan belt and tension. Check charging system. Service battery. Adjust clutch. Inspect tires. Road test and report , general condition. f 29.95 plut DATSUN vour -xsr-. datsun mann S60 rideou it., Ottawa Argos HAMILTON (CP) One of Russ Jackson's first innovative moves as head coach of . Toronto Argonauts gets its test tonight when the Argos- start their Canadian Football. 'League exhibition schedule against Hamilton Tiger-Cats. Jackson says he is looking to take advantage of the new rule that allows for restricted blocking as opposed to no blocking in previous years ' and plans to use three deep backs to handle the punt returns," - In fact, Jackson has schooled two three-man teams winch he will experi- inent with tonight. 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Veteran Jim Etter will start . at q u a r t e.r b a c k for the Ti-Cats. .- ' , . And while Jackson will be testing his kick return, crews. Ti-Cat coach Jerry Williams says he'll be giving particular . attention to his- kickers. ' Ian -Sunter appears likely to re- ' Wednesdoy, tain his place-kicking r job but rookie Gerald Kunyk, a draft choice from University of Alberta, is fighting Ken Clarke for the punting chores. Both coaches said they plan to use as many players as possible in the game. "I want to give everybody a fair op Lumberman defeat Cormvall V Nepean Lumbermen came from behind, to defeat Corn- wall Township Patriots 16-11 in junior Interprovincial Lacrosse League action Sunday ' night at Bell arena. .- . '.; - - Cornwall led 64 after the July 2, 1975 portunity to make the club," said Williams. Ti-Cat middle safety John ' Kruspe, a newcomer acquired , from Ottawa Roughriders in the trade for tight end Tony Gabriel, says he'll be watch-ling out for changes in the Argo offence since Jackson took over the Toronto club. . first period and Nepean took over 11-9 after the second. Denis Partsien and Bill. Marecbek paced the winners . with three goals each, while Dave Hogg, Mark Fabri and Andrew Mutch scored two The Ottawa Journal 37. "I don't" expect anything'! special but I would think his offence would be well balanced and directed like it was " when be was playing for Ottav- -wa," said Kruspe. "We're just going to have to sit there . . and read it. There are only so . ' many wrinkles you can. put , ," goals each. Derek Hartwig, Peter Kenny, Shane Jordan and Ron7 Cameron added one goal each. ' '. 4V;. Nepean's next home game i against Valleyfield is next , ,. Monday at the Bell arena at 8 - ,-. p.m. (

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