Oakville-Trafalgar Journal, 30 Nov 1950, p. 11

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ursday, Nov. 29, 1950 THE OAKVILLE-TRAFALGAR JOURNAL ER I FRIDAY accept. ee Dt 'What promises to be an out- Sit ow anding hockey season for Oak- SIL will intermediate Lakeshores S. ler ne 1231 | while Burlington and Dun- will ice the group's new star- Brs. It is expected that as many fay games as possible will be hted for Lakeshores before the AGES fEors end, when the new arena their wares before town ile coach Bert Peer will into his 1949-50 lineup, there fill be plenty of familar forms the gold-and-blue Lakeshore ery Friday night. Gary Legear back between the pipes, with or grad Roger Tuck standing reserve goalie. Kevin Speck ropping back to a defence post season, while George Ken- is also back for another Bliciine patrol. Burly Bill Currie fla gridder Bun Cooke, are other Brence candidates. Jp front, the No. 1 line of Jack ison, Hank Galbraith and Ray terson is again shaping up | in practice, while Joe Law- ce and Giggs = Watson, both fiich improved players last sea- re going great guns. Black- raham may centre this latter Caught as usual without fit ctice ice, Peer is still not in-a tion to designate a full line- however, and early games SHIP 1 AM LD focess of experimentation. Scots Drub (Continued on Page 11) Scotts vs. Foot- 9 p.m, 12, 8 pm, Football vs. ; 9 pm, Teachers vs. . 19, 8 pm, Jaycees vs. ; 9 p.m, Teachers' vs. Foot- PLAYOFFS eb. 26, 8 pan, 1st and '4th floce teams; 9 p.m. 2nd and 3rd fice teams. [March 5, 8.30 pm. Bove games. [March 12, 8.30 'p.m, Winners If above games. [March 19, 8.30 p.m., necessary. Winners of 3rd game WATCH FOR THE NEW FORD STIRLING-DYNES LTD. AKESHOES OPPOSE MILTON GROUP OPENER Hows Your Eye? Bring your 12 gauge shotgun or 22 rifle to the Oakville re- reation commission's first Tur- key shoot on Saturday if you fancy -yourself as a marksman. Even If you dont rate yourself that highly, you'll find a lot of fun being enjoyed on the vac- ant fand just 100 yards west of the Queen Elizabeth-Seventh Line stoplight. Shooting begins at 2 p.m, ammunition will be supplied, and there'll be fowl a-plenty for prizes. All proceeds will go to the Oakville-Trafal- gar Memorial Community Cen- tre Arena committee. @ [ arortq | HORT | OHO of the Oakville Baseball association and the Oak- ville Orphans | Intermediate club met Wednesday night to dis-4 cuss playing plans for next sea- son. The Halton County Base: ball assn. orgaiization meeting is close at hand, it having been decided that early planning would be undertaken well in advance of the advent of baseball weather. Bud Corbett fs still busy seek- ing to arrange a well balanced group in which his juvenile hock- eyists can display their wares, and hopes to have a definite line- up shortly. - Meanwhile, Bud is chasing his charges through a lively series of practice sessions, and reports his squad will be well worth watching come competition time. asses The youthful bowlers of Ted Kennedy's recreation commission sponsored Saturday morning lea- gue are entertaining young visitors from the Forest Hill Village this week. Ted re- ports the kids. are taking to the sport in a big way, while Oak- ville Bowling Lanes' Frank Rus- sell declares his part of town be: comes a convincing replica of bedlam every Saturday morning. "These youngsters really go for the game, and they make very sure that everyone knows about their enthusiasm," grins Frank. cesae Tta Johnston had the high score for the 9th week of the Canadian Legion cribbage tournament, not- ching up a five game total of ten points, The ten high scores to date are as follows: A. Carney, 62; A. Eastwood, 56; C. Beauchamp, 56; W. Farr, 53; H. Leaver, B. McArthur, 50; A. Mutch, 50; F. Pexton, 48; P. Best, 48. SEX ORGIES! GET STEADY FLOW SOCIAL LIFE IN BASEM WINE, WOMEN AND RE EXISTENT, JURY REPO PARTY (Chicago) "SO YOUN @ Startin, IF YOURE A PARENT READ THESE HEADLINES TAKEN FROM THE COLUMNS OF TODAY'S NEWSPAPERS . . . 17 FACE TRIAL IN TEEN (New Orleans) HIGH SCHOOL GIRL FREED IN KILLING OF LOVER, 53! DOPE USE UP 25 p.c. ... TEENERS TEENAGERS" NON VIRGIN CLUB t 37 FOUND-INS AT TEEN SEX WHAT MADE THEM THIS WAY? See . . . And "FLAME OF YOUTH Two Shocking Revelations GREGORY - Oakville (Chicago) (Detroit) ENT ... EFERS (Los Angeles) RTS! 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