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The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 14

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f"i rni r r t w t'I'I'tt'T'" w-i t n n i wm www wi i 1 . .. . ' . . f 1 ' 14 THE OTTAWA JOURNAL THURSDAY. AUtJUST IS. 1M4. - r : "It 41 1 I'. , AND THAT'S WHERE IT WfiNT Gone Stephens, Chicago White Sox center lielder, watches ipot where tremeo , dous hit by Yankee slugger Mickey Mantle tailed over acreen in- center- field , bleachers in Yankee Stadium Wednesday.' The fourth-Inning homer by Mantle cleared the screen above the 461-foot mark for what is believed to be the longest ball ever . hit to that part of the stadium. Batting left-handed, Mantle got the hit oft right bander Ray Herbert. .Yankees won, 7-3. ' ' , ' :. ' ' '., (APJournal Wlrophoto) 11 Ml, I a. li.tl FUEL OIL Owr 29 Tears' Experienct tiMiut iiinnr ' Within 14 Hnn ' T IllTry Truant Saiy Payatant TirM -. - FREEI ,....,. - V. e smitt cn. Faraftr one iimr S Ctoaaiai ay Exaartt D. GRANDMAITRE ..: LIMITED ,-' tit Xnltnl Road, BuItUw 4Sw' ' A i ' 'II! P. D. Ross Race Saturday . . r - .... ..5 - l -. i The annual Ottawa Rowing Club, invitation Regatta . is scheduled for Saturday, ; Feature race on the sever! race program will be the P. D. Ross Memorial race for eight-oared shells over a distance of one mile, 550 yards. ;. t Crews from Toronto Argonauts, . Hamilton Leanders, Brockville, .Chomody and St. Catharines are. expected to com-P- .'v. . ;,f.lt;. ' Journal Want Ads: bring quick results, v, Wajax Squares Softball Series Wajax defeated Fine's l410-S Wednesday night 4o square their . best-of-flve City Intermediate, Softball League semifinal series at 1-1, Glen Woodcock pitched the win and Doug Bradley end Berni Casey shared pitching duties for th losers- Tom Kealey, Gerry tarkin and Woodcock, homered for. the win ners. ':.'-,'.:-;.v; , DETROIT (UP1) Ty Cobb managed the Detroit Tigers for six years from 1920 to 1926 as a player-manager." ' . $7,500 a Keeping By MILTON RICHMAN UP! Sports Writer For a guy they're paying the minimum, the Baltimore Orioles sure are eettint the ""maximum out' of slugging Sam Bowens. , Bowens is working for about 17,500, which is pretty close to the lowest figure a major leaguer can be paid. ' Moat 1 rookies draW that same salary and since the 25-year-old Bowens also is a rookie he didn't raise, any fuss at contract signing time. He'll have a much better talking point this coming Winter, , though. - v -v. , If things get little sticky, he : can tell the Baltimore front officChow his bat kept the club atop the American League during those August dog days . when both - the White Sox and Yankees were breathing down the Orioles' 'backs.; Bowens will be telling the gospel truth. , . POWERS ORIOLES ' iHe now f has belted four .'homers In the past five days and his 15th and 16th of the season not only powered the Orioles to a 7-0 victory over the Boston Red Sox last night but also stretched their league lead to two games. Bowens' pair . of homers were more than enough for Milt Pappas, who set down the Red Sox on five hits and never permitted '. Boston base-runner past second ' In turning in his 11th victory, against five defeats. Ed Connolly (2-9) was the loser. The Yankees, who meet the Orioles for the last time this year in three-game series starting tomorrow- night at Baltimore, beat the White Sox 7-3 yesterday, Detroit da feated Minnesota 6-2. Washington downed Kansas City 4-3. and Los Angeles topped . Cleveland 4-2. : -:fv'''v ', In the National League, the Philadelphia Phillies padded their margin to four game with a 6-5 victory over the Chicago Cubs while St. Louis beat San Francisco 6-4. , The Los Angeles Dodgers stopped . the Cincinnati Reds 4-1, Mil waukee hurdled Houston 8-1, and the Pittsburgh Pirates de feated th New York Mets :,':Slr'i & ' . MANTLE SLAMS TWO ' ' Mickey Mantle slammed his 24th and 25th homers, one of which was a 500-foot tape measure Job, as Mel Stottle-myre made his major league debut with fine five-hitter, for the Yankees over the White Sox.' Manila's big blow came off loser Ray Herbert (5-4), the ball landing 13 Year Rookie Orioles in Front rows up In the centrefield bleachers at Yankee stadium. Clete Boyer and Roger Maris also hit homers. " ' Sandy Koufax has a shot at becoming the National League's first 30-gsme ner in 30 years but all he wants to do is talk about his hitting. That's precisely what he did last night Immediately after recording his 18th victory by pitching the Los Angeles' Dodgers to' a 4-1 1 victory over the . Cincinnati Reds. - , .. , Sandy calculated he has 12. more starts left this season and that naturally raised the question, of whether he felt he could match DtzzyOean't 30 victories of 1934. 5 -, v , - Koufax replied "no predictions," then promptly th conversation toward, his bitting. To keep the record straight, when, it comes to pitchers there are none better than the dark-haired Dodger' lefthander; but when It comes to hitting, there are tew worst, Nevertheless, he loves to dwell on his hitting. ...... "I really thought I had it tonight;" he said smugly. Baseball .1 AMERICAN LEAGUE ; WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS Mew York 7. Chicago 3. Washington 4, Kansas City 3. petroit s, Minnesota 4. - Los Angeles 4, Cleveland 2. ' ' , . W L Pet. CB Baltimore . . 71 43 .623 Chicago .... 69 45 .605 . 2 -New York ..-66 43 .596 3i Los Angelea . 60 57 M3 12 Detroit ..... 59 56 M4 MV, Minnesota ... 55 60 .478 164 Cleveland a 54 61 .470 17 Boston ..... 53 62 .461 1V4 Washington . 46 72 J90 27 Kansas City . 42 72 .368 29 NATIONAL LEAGUE - WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS ' Philadelphia 6, Chicago 5.. Pittsburgh S, New York '4. ' St, Louis 6, San Francisco 4. ' Los Angeles 4, Cincinnati 1. Milwaukee 5, Houston 1. . '..n, .. W L.Pct. GB Philadelphia v 64 43 .60 r- Sn Francisco 65 49 J70 4 Clnclhnati 63 52 MS 6Vi Pltuburgh ... 60 61 .541 7Vi St. LoulS ... 60 53 Ml H Milwaukee .. 58 54 .318 10 Los Angeles . 56 56 JSM 12 ' Chicago .... 52 59 .464 15' Houston . w 48 68 :414 22 : New York 35 79 J07 34 INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE -4 WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS i Jacksonville 9. Buffalo 4. ' ; . . . i : . : : : " - -He was talking about his-' hitting, not his pitching. 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