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Monday, October 24, 1966 Saskatoon Star-Phoenix 21 4 4m HL Orr goal iWS'i Junior Blades lose, draw in weekend action Boston but eaten 4 71 before Boston hit the scoreboard. Defenceman Ted Harris and Bobby Rousseau scored the early Montreal goals. Rookie Boston defenceman Joe Watson narrowed the margin in the second period but Leon Rochefort got the clincher early in the third. At Toronto, the Leafs blazed into an early 3-0 lead but had to pull out all stops in handcuffing Rod Gilbert who scored three Ranger goals and nearly found the range with several other shots that had Toronto goalie Johnny Bower beaten. Rookies were prominent in the Toronto scoring.

Brian Con- goals late in the third period Saturday to highlight Canucks' victory before 500 fans. Bill Cromie, Reg Bechtold and Butch Henry shared the others. Calgary marksmen were Murray Heatiey, Ron Barkwell, Bob Liddmgton and Don Phelps. Weyburn marksmen were Doug Abel, Len Robbins, Wayne Wilson and Ken Silver as Wings led 2-0 and 4-1 by intervals. Gerry Pinder, Al Hebert and Ron Hopkinson replied for Blades.

Saskatoon goaltender Dennis Schneider blocked 30 shots. Weyburn rookie Doug Galenza turned aside 25 shots. Ed Kresanoski connected with less than two minutes remaining Sunday as Bruins managed their deadlock with Saskatoon. The first two Bruins' goals were notched by captain Morris Stefaniw. Hebert scored twice and Barry Clarke once for Saskatoon.

Blades led 2-0 after the first period and the clubs matched second-period goals. Schneider blocked 28 shots and Pete Neu-komm of Estevan handled only 16. By Tke Canadian Press Moose Jaw Canucks shared the Canadian Major Junior Hockey League lead this weekend for about 18 hours before Edmonton Oil Kings registered a 3-1 victory to regain sole possession of top spot. Moose Jaw opened its weekend with a 5-4 triumph Saturday over Calgary Buffaloes in Calgary. In other weekend games, Weyburn Red Wings edged Saskatoon Blades 4-3 before 1,400 fans at Weyburn Saturday and Estevan held Saskatoon to a 3-3 tie Sunday at Estevan.

The Edmonton victory was engineered by forwards Ross Hendricks, Jim Schraefels and Ron Walters, who scored a goal apiece despite a brilliant goaltending demonstration by Ken Brown. The Moose Jaw netminder blocked 37 shots compared with 17 by two Edmonton goal-tenders before about 1,500 fans in the first Sunday game in Edmonton since Sunday sport was approved by voters. Maurice Patenaude notched the only Moose Jaw goal Sunday. Lynn Powls scored two leadership Requires Boucher included on suspended list INTEGRITY AL HEBERT fine weekend Kii.ii: Junior summaries SASKATOON ESTEVAN First period 1, Saskatoon, Hebert (Hopkinson! 2. Saskatoon, B.

Clarke (Balicki, H. Plnderl 16:37. Penalties Nichols 7:33, Stefanew and Tronstad 0:32, Schock 15:02, Steffa-new 15:29, Hodle (bench penaltv) 16:58, G. Finder 18:24. Atchynum 18:51.

Second period 3. Estevan, Stefa-new (Mills. Kerri 4. Saskatoon, Hebert (M. Clark! 11:23.

Penalties Tronstad 6:17, Fairbrother 12:18, Mc-Leod 14:17. Third period 5 E'evan, Stefanew (Gibbsl 6. Estevan Kresanoski lAtchynumi 18:15. Penalties Hebert 4:44, Bloomquist 8:13, Hopkinson Saves Schneider 7 16 1136 Kettkemjn 4 8 4 16 SASKATOON WEYBURN 4 First period 1. Weyburn.

Abel (Wilson) 2. Weyburn. Bobbina (Beaudin, Horbul) 6:33. Penalties Bloomquist 3:10, G. Pinder 510, Sau-ter 10:47, Spooner 17:48.

Second period 3. Weyburn, Wilson (Spooner) 4. Saskatoon, G. Pinder (Balicki, Tronstadi 5. Weyburn.

Silver (Abel, Pearpoint) 15:22. Penalties Hopkinson 1:21, Redeen :03, H. Pinder 13:27, Pearpoint 15:48. Third period 6. Saskatoon, Hebert (G.

Pinder) 7. Saskatoon. Hoy-kinson (Nichols, Balicki) Penalties Abel 1:04, Spooner 11:58. Weyburn (bench) minor, served by Abel) 18:27. MOOSE JAW 1, EDMONTON First period 1, Edmonton.

Hendrlx (Birdsell) 16:03. Penaltiea McKay 3:32. Gilbert 6:08. Hodge 11:00. Second period 2.

Edmonton, Schraefel iBredonl, Perkins! 3. Moose Jaw, Pacenaude- (Comrie! 4. Edmonton. Walter (Head, Bailey) 15:56. Third period No scoring.

Penaltiel Birdsell 8:51. Myors 10:30, Ketter 13:54, Perrault and Birdsell. majors, 17:43, Hodge. 17:43, Perkins 18:36. MOOSE JAW 5, CALGABT 4 First period 1.

Moose Jaw, Bech-told (Long, Walker) 6 28, Penalties-Long 1:28. 11:24 Hodge 1:44. Blizuto 8:53. Thompson 8:53, Gibson Second period 2. Calgarv, Heatiey (Moftat, Richardson! 8:28.

Penalties-Hodge 5:30, 10:54, McKay 6:12. Long (misconduct) 6:12, Third period 3. Calgary, Uddington (Barkwell) 4. Moose Jaw. Henry I McKay.

Powisl 5. Calgary, Barkwell (Gibson! (. Moose Jaw, Powis (Booth. Henry) 7. Calgary, Phelps (Heatiey) I.

Moose Jaw, Comrie (Long( Rimitol Moose Jaw, Powia (Booth) 17:38. Penalties none. Baskelball NATIONAL ASSOCIATION Sstvrday St. Louis 133, Cincinnati 12j Philadelphia 141, Baltimore 112 Boston 126, New 7 Sanday TVtroit 119. San Francisco 110 New York 124.

Chicago 105 VOTE lsib i ii MAYOR Br The Canadian Press Bobby Orr. Bostons' prized rookie defenceman, scored his first goal as a pro in National Hockey League action but it was in a losing cause as the Bruins were edged 3-2 by Montreal Canadiens Sunday night. Jean Guy Talbot scored an unassisted goal while killing a penalty to lead the Canadiens to their second consecutive victory over the Bruins. shorts ball Conference opener before 3,500 fans. TORONTO (CP) Forward Frank Mahovlich has been suspended by Toronto Maple Leafs of the National Hockey League after he rejected a $5,000 raise in salary.

Punch Imlach, Leaf coach and general manager, said he offered Mahovlich a 20-per-cent increase in pay. DETROIT (AP) Veteran goaltender Glenn Hall has agreed to return from retirement to Chicago Black Hawks, the National Hockey League team's coach said Saturday night. Billy Reay said the 35-year-old Hall will report to the Hawks sometime this week. MEXICO CITY (AFP) -French swimmer Alain Mos-coni, 17, smashed the world 400-metre free style record in Aca-pulco Sunday. MEXICO CITY (AP) John Surtees of England, driving a Cooper Maserati, won the Mexican Grand Prix Sunday.

An estimated 125,000 persons saw Surtees drive around 6f laps at the five-mile Magdalena Mix-huaca Autrodrome course in two hours, six minutes, 35.34 seconds. He won the pole position in Saturday's qualifying for the 201-mile race. CARDIFF, Wales (AP) -Wales and Scotland tied 1-1 Saturday in a qualifying game for the European Soccer Cup of Nations. Saskatoon runners win SWIFT CURRENT Gail Russel and Logan Rodgers, both of Saskatoon, won individual titles in the provincial cross-country meet here Saturday. Russel, running in the women's open, completed the 1VJ miles in nine minutes, 56 seconds, while Rodgers placed first in the junior boys with a time of H'i minutes for the three-mile event.

Marjorie Born, also of Saskatoon, finished second In the girls' race. East Central's Cliff Hoseas-son won the second position and Bob Glazier of Saskatoon finished third in the junior boys' event. Russel and Rodgers each placed first in their respective divisions in the Saskatoon cross-country meet the previous week. In senior men's Wayrva Carefoot of South West finished first In the event with a time of 14:31. The closest Saskatoon runner was Boyd Stewart of Saskatoon with a fourth place finish.

Lawrence Koscdy, representing East Central, won the midget boys' title. In the team events, Saskatoon won the women's open, East Central the senior men's and Moose Jaw the midget boys. Saskatoon also won the junior men's team event, but was disqualified and the title went to East Central. WINNIPEG (CP) The Canadian Amateur Hockey Association suspended commissioner Frank Boucher of the maverick Canadian Major Junior Hockey League Saturday and amended regulations to woo the league's players back to its domain. The new staps to cripple the league were taken at a special CAHA executive meeting which upheld its earlier ruling that the CMJHL was unacceptable.

It also upheld the suspensions of the governors and players of the newly-formed league. President Fred Page of Vancouver said the CAHA voted 20 Varsity hockey A five-point performance by Ed Hobday sparked the Green team to a 9-5 victory over the Whites in the University of Saskatchewan Huskies' inter-squad game at Rutherford Rink Saturday. Hobday scored three goals and two assists, while line-mate Al Popoff picked up a goal and three assists. The Whites won the first inter-squad game Friday by taking a 6-2 victory. Tom Kellough fired two goals for the Greens, and Jack Statham, Murray Osborne, and Dave King shared -singles.

Defenceman Larry Hill contributed two goals in a losing cause for the Whites, while Marv Hunter, Doug Wass and Art Reil fired the others. Huskies travel to Kindersley for a game against the Klip-pers on Saturday. Andy Zwack new prexy REGINA Andy Zwack of Prince Albert was elected president of the Saskatchewan Baseball Association at its annual meeting 'here Sunday. He replaced Bob Lacoursiere of North Battleford. Zwack will also continut as umpire-in-chief, a position he has held for several years.

Seven directors were named as some 70 delegates attended the meeting from the province. Elected to two year terms were Harvey Arnold of Gull Lake; Harold Maxwell of North Portal; Bob Cnlliar of North Battleford, Howie Atkinson of Yorkton; and Fred Fawcett of Saskatoon. Harry Anderson of Craik and Stu Laatsch of Southey received one-year terms. Corj 2nd Ave. and 24th Saskatoon FOR THE FINEST IN USED CARS AND TRUCKS Phone 244-1536 acher, 24-year-old son of the late Lionel (Big Train) Con-acher who was voted Canada's outstanding athlete of the half century In 1950, scored two Leaf goals and Wayne Carleton, 20, got another.

Veteran Red Kelly scored the other Toronto goal. At Detroit, Eric Nesterenko and that other Hull, Dennis, sparked the Hawks with two goals each. Bobby Hull, who scored a record 54 goals and 97 points last year, Stan Mikita and Ken Hodge also scored for the Hawks. The Red Wings got two goals from Paul Henderson and singles by Alex Delvecchio and Floyd Smith. to 2 to uphold its decision although branches in Saskatchewan, Alberta and Quebec had indicated opposition to the league suspension earlier.

"There may have been differences of opinion but, as far as the future is concerned. I think they're pretty well agreed on this issue," said Page in an interview. He also said the executive had agreed to help players "as much as possible" to play with CAHA sanctioned clubs 'by waiving some regulations and that the officers were authorized to revoke suspensions at any time. These steps were taken to protect the "innocent victims" involved in the formation of the league this season which has teams in Edmonton, Calgary, Regina, Moose Jaw, Saskatoon, Estevan and Weyburn. Executive members agreed to welcome back the renegade clubs providing: Alberta teams play in the Alberta League and Saskatchewan teams play in the revived Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League; and that suspended governors and commissioner Boucher be no longer associated with the clubs.

The suspended governors are Bill Hunter of Edmonton, Scotty Munro of Estevan, Del Wilson of Regina, George Agar of Saskatoon, Brian Shaw (y. Moose Jaw and Jack Monteith of Weyburn. Page said two regulations were altered at the meeting. One permits the transfer of one additional player between East and West branch teams if he comes from the suspended league and the transfer is approved by both branches. The other permits any Saskatchewan team, regardless of category or league affiliation, to compete for the Memorial Cup.

Formation of the CMJHL killed the SJHL, the only normally-eligible Saskatchewan league. Saskatchewan's amateur hockey situation will be reviewed at the CAHA's semi-annual meeting In January, says Page. If it appears necessary to strengthen Saskatchewan junior teams, "we will help with the Boucher, in a telephone interview from Regina, said he was pleased to be suspended and accused the CAHA of amending regulations "in order to try and break up our league." "I can only say I was apparently suspended for attempting to prevent the CAHA from breaking its own regulations. I would not want to be a part of any organization that cannot live up to its own regulations. I don't want any part of it." He said CAHA regulations permit teams to operate outside their own branches if all branches agree.

There was agreement between Alberta and Saskatchewan for the Canadian Major Junior League. It was overruled by the CAHA. Vermont 43. Norwich 0 Maine 21, Rhode Island 8 Trinity 20, St. Lawrence 14 Middleburv 20, Bates 1 Worcester Tech 18.

Coast Guard 14 Northeastern 15, New Hampshire 14 Ktalns Maritime 13, Nichols 1 a. Roatk Alabama 42. Vanderbllt 8 Georgia Tech 35( Tulane 17 Plnnda 20 Louisiana Stat 7 Virginia Tech 24, Virginia 7 Penn State 38 West Virginia 8 Wake Potest 3, North Carolina 0 North Carolina Stat 33 Duk 7 Georgia 27. Kentucky 15 Tennessee 29 South Carolina 17 Mississippi 27, Houston 8 Auburn 7, Texas Christian 6 I'lorlda Slat 10, Mississippi Stat 0 Midwest Notre Dame 38, Oklahoma 0 Michigan State 41, Purdue 20 Nebraska 21, Colorado Michigan 40. Minnesota 0 Ohio State 24, Wisconsin i3 Northwestern 24, Iowa 15 Stanford 6, Illlnola 5 Oklahoma State 10 Kansas Iowa State 10, Missouri 10 Cincinnati 20 Kansas Stat Kent Slate 35t Bowling Green 13 Miami, Ohio 33.

Ohio if. 13 Drake 37, Western Kentucky 21 North Dakota State 18, North Dakota 15 South Dakota Stat 22, South Dakota 18 Far West UCLA 28, California 15 Southern California SO, Clmaon 0 Washington State 14. Idaho 7 Washington 10 Oregon 7 Wyoming 35 Utah State 10 Colorado State 41 Air Force 21 Brigham Young 33, New Mexico 6 ftenthwest Arkansas 41, Wichita State 0 Texas 14 Rice 8 Texas A and 17 Pavlor IS Southern Methodist 24, Texas Tech Oregon State Id, Aruona Stat 17 Utah 24, Arizona 10 other NHL action, first-place Chicago Black Hawks ran their winning streak to three games as they defeated Detroit Red Wings 4-1 and handed the Wings their third straight defeat, and New York Rangers shut out Toronto Maple Leafs 1-0 as Goalie Ed Giacornin posted his first NHL shutout. In games Saturday, Montreal downed Boston 3-1, Chicago whipped Detroit 7-4 and Toronto and New York played to a 4-4 tie. At Boston Sunday, Talbot stole the puck from Murray Oliver with just over two minutes remaining and roared in on goalie Ed Johnston to score with a 15-foot shot.

Claude La-rose and Bobby Rousseau also scored for Montreal. Orr scored for Boston on a 55-foot slap shot early in the third period to tie the score 2-2. He was given a standing ovation for a full minute by a capacity crowd of at Boston Garden. Pit Martin also scored for Boston. At Chicago, Ab McDonald's goal at 4:36 got the Wings out front in the first period but Doug Mohns connected on a pass from Stan Mikita at the midway mark and Dennis Hull scored on a 60-footer to give the Hawks the lead they never relinquished.

Kenny Wharram and Doug Jarrett scored the other Chicago goals. Wayne Hillman's third-period goal, a 50-foot slap shot with just under 13 minutes to play, gave the Rangers their victory over the Leafs at New York. Hillman broke a scoreless tie with a blistering drive from 10 feet inside the Toronto blue line that caromed off a Toronto skate before hitting the right corner of the net. In action Saturday night, the Canadiens used two power-play goals to move into a 2-0 lead BOSTON 1. MONTREAL First period No scoring.

Penalties Harper 7:47. Marott 18:21. Second Period 1 Montreal Hani 1 (Cournoyer Beliveaut 1:11: 2. Montreal. Rousseau 1 iJ Tremhlay) 8:18: 3.

Boston. Watson I (Connellvl 14:30. Penaltiei Orr 7:43. Harper 18:49. Third Period 4.

Montreal Roche-fort 1 Baekstrom) 5:25. Penalty Worslev. served by La rose. 15.52. TORONTO (, NEW YORK 1 First Period No scoring.

Penalties Ingarfleld. Fleming, Stanley 4:23, Pappin 5:44. Horton 17:17. 19:54. Second Period No scorinijf Penalties Howell 7:37.

Selling 16.58. Third Period 1. New York W. Hillman 2 iBerensonl 7:14. Penalties Douglas 15:01.

Gilbert 13 01. MONTREAL S. BOSTON First Period 1. "Montreal. Laros 1 (Ferguson Backstrwn) 2.

Boston Ma roue 10:28 Boston, Marotte 2 iMurphvl 18:02. Penalties Westfal 7:08, Marott 10:28. 15:33 Ferguson 17:01. Second Period 3. Montreal, Rousseau 2 Penalties Harrit 6:401 Beliveau, Marotte 18:13 Third Period Boston.

Orr 1 4 43; 5 Montreal, Talbot I 17:55. Penalties Rochefort 6:51. Roberts 17:27. DETROIT 1. CHICAGO 4 First period 1.

Detroit McDonald I iRathgatei 2. Chicago Mohns 1 (Mikita, Van Impel 3. Chicago, D. Hull 15:44. Penalties None.

Second Period 4. Ctitaago Wharram 1 16 48 Penalties Alarshail. EMxmfto 11:59. Third Period Chicago. Jarrett 1 rVIikita, R.

Hull I 1:58. Penalty Hodge 17:27. NEW YORK 4. TORONTO 4 First Period 1. Toronto, Conachef 1 iSelby Shack) 2.

Toronto, Carleton 1 iKeon. Douflas) 3. Toronto. Kelly Ellin. Slanlevl 4 New York.

Gilbert 1 iGoyette, W. Hillman) 14:47. Penalties Neilson 3.47, Brown 8:34 Second Period. New York, Gilbert 2 (Marshall, Govette) 4.10; S. Toronto.

Conaoher 3 (Shack) T. New York Gilbert 3 iGoyette) 12 52; (. New York. Hillman 1 (Gilbert, Govette) 16:48. penalty Stanley 8:53.

Third Period No corlng. Penalty Douglaa 6.27. CHICAGO 7, TIETROIT 4 First Period 1. Detroit. DelveecWo 1 (Smith L'llmnn) 2.

Chicago. Hull 3 i Mikita) 57. 3. Detroit, Smith 1 (Ullman, Delvecchio) 18 24, Penalties MacGregor 4 20; Watson 3 3(1. Slapleton 24, Hall 11:06, Chl-C'lgo bench penaltv (too many men on irei 18 01.

Hodge 111 03 Second Perlnd-4 Chicago. Mikita 3 i Mohns Pllotri 5. Chicago, Nrslcrcnko iKsposito. D. Hulh 6.

Detroit Henderson 1 lUllrnan) 15:51: 7. Chicago, Hodge 1 iMohns, Miklla) 15:51. penalties ft, Hull 3:00, Marshall 5:16 Third Period. Detroit, Henderson 3 (UUman. Smith (.

Chicago, Hull 1 (Nesterenko) 2.52; in. Chicago, Nesterenko 3 IR. Hull) 18 32; 11. Chi. cago.

D. Hull 19.50. Penaltie tsposito 13.45. Neil Weeketti Prltlsh Columlila vs Saskatchewan Manitoba vs Edmonton OTHER Resiil.TR Junior 8akatoon 0, Kniins 17 fRi'ifina wliii two-game, total-point series 38-14.) Alhrrta-R C. Junior Vinemiver 0.

ir.dmonton 23 (Edmonton wins tudden-death final) Intrrpreelnnlal Jinter Eastvlew 10. Ottawa 2 (Kaslview wins two-gam, total- point final 43-13.) Ranlor ff. VIUI 20. St. James (Best-of-thret) semi-final tied 1-1), tint -Qur.

Intercnlieg lata McOIII 10, Toronto 27 Western 0 Wueen 1 23 Ontarltt I ntereollerlata Carleton 13. Mi-Maitcr 24 Loyola 28 Montreal 42 Onrv Renlor Indon 12. i.t York lEast Voik wini two-gam, total-point final 0-2S.) OR Elf Junior prantford 24. Windsor S. iHitntrord wlna I wo-gain, total-point final 44-33.) U.S.

PRO NATIONAL MTAOTE Eastern Confrrnr A Pet. .11:13 .571 .571 Jf) .000 St. Touli ft 1 I 11,1 IlHiUa 1 I 24 ft leveland I'hllaurlphla Wshiimtnn IMIUhtirgh New Voik Atlanta IKS 157 147 151 112 l0 UK) 3:4 7 tTiO Western Cnf'rnc A Pet. Cwn Bay 1 0 74 Baltimei 4 0 li lit .007 B0S3Y ORR scores first Sports TRAIL, B.C. (CP) Canada's National hockey team chalked up another easy win in this Kootenay Smelter City Saturday night, skating to a 5-1 win over the Trail Smoke Eaters of the Western International Hockey League.

Bill MacMillan, Fran Huck, Terry O'Malley, Jean Cusson and Marshall Johnson were CALGARY (CP) University of Manitoba Bisons made a strong bid for the Western Canadian Intercollegiate Football League champions i Saturday as they defeated University of Calgary Dinosaurs 39-8. VANCOUVER (CP) University of British Columbia Thunderbirds defeated University of Alberta Golden Bears 17-0 Saturday in their Western Intercollegiate Foot- Harness results AT EDMONTON SATURDAY RACES Flrit 8 forlongi Silver Direct ISchedlosky) 3.60 3.10 2 50 Ronnie 'Cash (Goliton) 4.80 3.5o Skips Pride (Suruiala) 2.60 Time: 1:38 25. Also started Delli Mc I Win. Chicory, Border Bachelor. Clinker Scott.

Track (cratch: Blackie Richard. Second one mite Thunderbird (Patterson) 8.40 4.00 3.90 Jollfette (Eexson) 8 00 4.10 Don Baker B. (Gagnon) 2.60 Time: 2:13 J5. Aiso started Elder Hanover, Mr. P.

G. Rnya! Champ, Senga Blond. Daily double: $18.60. Third one mile Jessie Mohawk (Temple) 15.30 9.30 2.10 Enacted IRuttle) 4 90 3.30 Queen's Pride (D. Wilson) 2.90 Time: 3:11.

Also started Guy Kirk, Dan Rich. rd, The Shadow. Foirth one mil Border Bachelor (MacDonald) 11.70 4.70 3 SO Delia Mc I Win (Kohl) 5.70 4.10 Skips Pride IStramala) 3.30 Time: 2:10 45. Also started Clinker Scott, Bonnl Cash. Chicory, Silver Direct Track scratch: Blackie Richard.

Fifth fnrlonri Joe Richard (MacDonald) 41.20 14 SO 6 20 Brady Adlos ICIarkl 0.00 3 30 Senna Heme (Schedlosky) 5.00 Time: 2:09 25. Also started Thunderstorm, Judy Chief C. Hi Hematite. Exaeta: $236.40. Track (cratch! Queen Harvester Scott.

Sixth one mil Jessie Mohawk (Temple) 4 70 ISO 2.80 Enacted (W. Buttle) 3.70 300 Guy Kirk (Morriaseau) 4.10 Time: 2:10 15. Also started Queen' Pride. The Shadow. Dan Richard.

Seventh one nil Happy Newport (McNeil) J.10 J.50 2 10 Queen's Champ 'Oliver) J.80 2.10 Star Chief (Clark) 2.10 Time: 2:07 45. Aiso started Tempel McKJyo. Dickie G. EllhthJ-one mile Thunderstorm (Oliver) 13.00 1 20 4 50 Senga Hope (Schedlosky I .20 3.50 Judy Chief (Temple) 4.20 Time! 2:1125. A jo started Jo Richard, Brady Adlos.

Hi Hematite. Track gcraich; Queen Harvester Scott. Klnth ens nlta X-Hal Allen (R. Gagnnni (.10 8 00 5 20 x-Senga Lu Dean (Krtstensen) ii 4.60 3.40 Golden Woollen (McNeil) 4.30 Time: Also stalled-Mr, Glenwonrf. Amber Bars.

Swamp Gill, Joe Ve Key. dead heat. Tenth one mile Direct Kirk (Beyanl 8.60 3 50 2 90 Frosty Hour IK. Linton) 7.00 3.70 Dallas Direct Scott (Stoppler) 4.70 Time: 2.16 15. Also started Tsvlnr Tex, Master Dan Lee Patch, Linda'i Chief.

Jerry Thunderhlrd. Qulnellai $38.30. REGULAR and KINGS .) liiii Wrinkles are not in style, they are on their ay out. The reason: PERMA-IRON by ARROW of course. Sport shirts and dress shirts styled for the BOLD NEW BREED Football scores and standings Iri'Store Demonstration October 27-28-29 ARROW PERMA-IRON The fabric of the future Today! Fashion in Good Taste From San rranclico 3 3 1 17D 141 Ixa Angeie 4 3 0 120 117 .571 Chicago 3 3 0 77 flelroit 3 ft 0 104 1.19 Minnesota 1 4 1 122 128 JoO Randar's Rrorei St.

Ijouli 20. Washington Atlanta 3. Green Bay 56 Philadelphia 31, New York Pallas 21, Cleveland 30 Detroit 24. San Kranclsco 27 Jo Angeles 10 Chicago 17 Minnesota 17. Baltimore 30 AMERICAN LEAGUE Eastern Division A Prt, New York 4 1 1 14t 121 Boelon 3 3 I 127 J44 puffalo 3 3 1 1WI 14 .500 Houston 3 4 0 1H4 140 .429 Miami 3 I 0 118 185 .24 Western Division A Pet.

Kansas City ft 3 0 137 .714 Ran Diego 4 1 1 174 lo .67 Oakland 4 3 0 133 150 .571 Denver 16 0 1 240 .143 Sunday's Knnaal Cltv 50. Denver 10 Miami 20 Houatim 13 San Diego 17, Hoston 39 Oakland 24 New York 2l Continental Learns PJrhmond 21, Hrooklyn 20 Philadelphia 42. Norfolk 13 Charleston 13, Orlando 17 Wheeling 13, HarUord 24 V.I. COLLEGE East Armv 20, Pittsburgh 0 fivraru 2a. Holy Cross Navv 21, William and Mary 0 Colgate Hrown 7 Harvard 10.

Dartmouth 14 Cornell 18, Yale 14 p(inc-lon 30 Pennsylvania 13 Hutgeri 37, Columbia 34 Hmlcin College 22 Rulf.ln 21 Maa husrtts 10. Boston U. 7 Vlllanova 15 Wet Chester 0 Temple 33, Connecticut 23 CANADIAN WESTr.RN CONFERENCE A Pts Saskatchewan 8 Wmnu, 7 8 I CTM 17 7 1 2.17 317 15 8 1 2:15 200 13 8 1 172 213 II 10 0 241 242 10 Idrnnnton 6 algarr i British Columbia 3 Westera Srnrlni to croi pt Camphell, Sunk. IS 0 0 9 0 Alwnrtschan, 5nsk. 0 S4 11 9 7 Rohlnson, Calgarv 0 15 11 11 Winlon, Winning 1 23 1 1 Mitchell, B.C 0 2.1 10 00 Krtinnnlon 1 23 5 7 57

Winnipeg 0 0 0 54 EASTERN CONFEREVCI A Pt Ottawa 11 0 27S 17 22 Hamilton 4 0 2M 152 IS Montreal 7 0 215 115 12 Toronto 4 0 174 SMI Eastern Srerlnr 'I'D FO i Pt rWlnt. Ottawa 0 2H 12 1 71 Kemr Montreal 2 15 12 3 Butherfn. 0 25 12 04 Cirant Hamilton 0 0 0 4A Tucker, Otlawa 7 0 0 0 42 Dlilsid Ottawa 0 0 0 42 nnasT'l Krnrea British Columbia 7, Winnipeg IS Ottawa 12, Toronto 35 Saturday's Scares fdmonlon XI, Saskatchewan II Hamilton 11, Montreal 14 Taesdar't Gams Saskatchewan at Calgary. WESTERN INTERCOI.I.EOIATE 1. A Pt 4 0 HI 97 K.lmotiton 1 0 K4 42 f.i.kt.

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