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.SATURDAY, AUGUST 15. 1964 7 Orioles 1 - jr MARTIN LADES UP! Sports Writer Hank Bauer Isn't going to he wrong twice. The one-time Yankee who always gave It the old Oriole spirit oapraaeod Ilia aiocara opinion at tha beginning of tha aeaaon that hia Baltimore taam would flniah bahlnd tha Yankaca in tha pennant race. Maybe it came from being Yankee himaelf during many auccaaaful years, but Bauer couldn't aea hia former companion! failing n their bid for a OfUi straight American League Bag. NOT AWED Fortunately for Baltimora fans, few of the Orioia play-era had much to do with tha Yankee empire and they weren't too awed1 at the task that faced them. They took another atap to proving their manager wrong last night when they whipped the Yank-. est 5-4 In the opener of a big three-game aeries. " ' A crowd of 47.423. largest . hi modern Baltimore history, . aaw tha first-place Orioles maintain three-game edge '. over runnerup Chicago while . boosting their lead over the egging New Yorkers .to 4 K games. Bauer, who has maintained that 100 victories will be . enough to win tha pennant, wasn't about to make any - mora predictiona after his ; team bad recorded win NO. : ."W 27 mora wit? , ' I Bauer said, "but it could be .' a long way If they're as hard ) as thia one." x ; players orrmisnc - I f Most of tha Oriola players were a bit mora optimistic, . even though they didnt take ' anything for granted either. X Pitcher Harvey Haddis, who worked one .inning in relief " of -winner Stave Barber, aaid: "We've got a lot of battling to do but thia baa to be the j biggest ball game." c 5 " Brooks Robinson struck the big blow for tha Orioles, slamming a three-run homer' In tha sixth inning to put his aide ahead for good, 4-2. Tr ', .victory evened Barber's rao end at M while reliever I Steve Hamilton suffered his Second lose in nine dedsioai. m In other American Laagua spares, Chicago rooted ' tha : Boston Red Sox 11-1, tha v Minnesota Twins tripped tha Xleveland Indians 7-. ' the JUhsas City Athletics edged tha Detroit Tigers 5-4 and ; the Lot Angeles Angela beat '. Washington 7-0 attar tha "Senators bad taken tha opener of twi-night double-header 7-3. In the National Laagua. the pace-setting Philadelphia Chillies beat the New York Mats twice t-1 and 6-4, St Louis nipped Los Angelas - 4-3. San Franciaco defeated Milwaukee 3-0, Houston top- Light a cigarette V" at the airport bu can finish it at the Skyline ;,; l Kstst from dJ.SOwtiG 41 i equipped wKa TV and air :l pared by 2 ttm'sdaodngrilgMh'Intha " jpelagant Claud Room to ., " It Howard fofrty-i oreheetra , i and tang MytMVanda tunc , t for free reservations wttn Immediate confirmation I aatphaneToranlo244-I151. ' 4 Taiev 02.22SS. TWX 610.. . 492-2104. jjTORONTO v ' Dhoti W. A H'wy 27 J YlM-nMNIITpiMCinrlUJl - pad Cincinnati 3-2. and Pittsburgh sad Chicago split ; a double header, the Pirates taking the opener 3-2 and the' Cubs striking back ta the nightcap 4-J. SOX KEEP PACE The White Son kept pace ' with tha Orioles by slamming out 14 hits to back up tha strong four-hit , pitching of John Buihardt Ron Hansen blasted two homers for the White Sox, who also collected four doubles and triple. It waa, Busbardt's v ninth, victory against sis Harmon Killebrew clouted his 4 1st homer of the year and also, picked up bis Met snd 92nd runa-batted-in to help tha Minnesota cause. Joe Azcus hit. his fourth homer for Cleveland.) Jim Perry, pitching only two-thirds of an Inning in relief of Jim Kaat, boosted bis record to 4-2. Linescores AMSStKAN LSASUa, - Km Varil . MM aM 11 A ' hiunm . eaa' eta las a a a SMMoa. luiiM (S), rnmm rtt. FocS III uS Hnrara: Baiter, RmMIs (f). Hall a ana La. titn (S. 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" t 1 ; ' ' .-4. - ' . - BELINSKY AND WRITER HE SLUGGED Bo Bflinsky, temperamental Los Angeles Angela pitcher. Is pictured with B raven Dyer, Los Angelas Tunes baseball writer, whom ha knocked out Friday in n Washington) DC, hotel room. Manager Bill Bigney suspended Belinsky indefinitely. This picture waa made May . 1943, tha day after Belinsky pitched no-bit game against the Baltimore Orioles. Dyer was the official scorer of the fame. - ' (AP-Jaoraal Wlriakiln) ; : .V.-..I ; THE OTTAWA JOURNAL 15 li Superior Dale Captures Rideau Carle ton Feature v - .-, : Superior Dei, a five-year-old bay horse, owned and driven by Wilbur Ww Thompson of Weyburn, Sask., won tha feature race at Rideau Carleton tRecbrds inuoArs RESULTS ; Kansas City, I; Detroit, 4. Minnesota, 7; Cleveland, I. Washington, 7; Los Angeles, 3. Los Angeles, 7; Washington, I. ' Baltimore, I; New York, 4. Chicago, 11; Boston, 1. V :.g ,, w L PCT. Baltimore -TI 43 '. 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JM 14 Atlanta , 44 tt JUS MM Fine's Take Lead In Softball Series Fine's Rowers took 2-1 lead in the bast-of-five City Intermediate ' Softball ' Laagua esmi-nnat series . Friday night with 1-9 victory over Walax Bill Cooke singled ' home Gary Rawson In the first In ning to provide Gerry F artier with the only ran he needed to pitch the win. Earl Gadde waa Fortters caioner. ruiioraa and Goaaalm made np the ros ing battery.,. i t , .,-s Journal . Want Ads bring ajuick ramilte..-- "---' ' ; FOR ALL BALL Bad ball .'.. CENERAL - ' IEAKINC SERVICE LTD., nrLtiTIT. Bn-iM .. ,; : : J Raceway Friday by pacing the mile In J OB 25. The winner sat second unto the stretch and drove to finish a nose ahead of Brown Hope. It was Superior Dale's second win hi 14 starts. He paid $11.30. $7.20 and $4 40. ' Brown Hope paid 4.50 and $3.10. Wee La SsHe was third, returning S3. WINS TWO Gerald Johnston continued his winning ways with two vic- torl ea on the card and he was the only driver to hit the winner's circle twice. ' Ha picked up his first with Feme Johnston in the third race and repeated with Butch John ston in the eigntn. Three Ottawa area Bon made tt to the winner's circle over the night - Alton Chief, owned by Yves Laframboiae and O. Guindon of Maeson took the fourth. Doris Giera. owned by J. B. Watson Ottawa, took the aeventn Rideau POUT rase, aarse - e -Aartre Bap J B JO. 4 Cuaniatitar t J J - 5 Baa Chlaf ... 4 t W S Terrt-te.Aaa) .. T J I t Jtadal B. Caak . V S t 1 SMtcaas Oats tat t Xaaian CarUtk , -. a t a A. . tt. : 1 a 4 sacoxD Tret, wf sieti t BarpkaUj S S '.t S Capital St. -if J J a rjuatjr J. .....-. a s t 4 Little Daaaaa M a CmS ASaaa . S . Raaaaatratcfc BaaaV V a t AamUal tt. a a t a i a sitei law Sehnataa S a .1 BHly Beaa . - t T IUray'a Oram t S S Tka Oraat CkleC S T T Jar Walls a t s Draar ParaSa j.. 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V- and CBS should be ready to "give a public accounting" although he emphasised he did not mean the sale should not be permitted. Actually. Javits gava CBS a public pat 00 the back. He stressed the point that "strong ownership of distinguished character la a good auspices for continuing good, honest, ; clean sports" and further pointed out that CBS ia a "publicly owned company ... not operating in somebody's vest pocket or under his hat" SEES NOTHING WRONG ' Baseball commissioner Ford Frick also we on record as saying he 'saw nothing wrong with the deal yesterday but that didn't mollify either Arthur Allyn, president of the Chicago White Sox. or Charles -O. Finley, the fiery prexy of the Kansas City Athletics. . WheavTte heard Frick had defended the sale, Allyn snspped: , "When the hell did he ever take a position on anything? If you find one, let me know and I'll start the 'whistles blowing and the smoke flying." ' Allyn then directed hia at-' taction ' toward American Leaguge president Joe Cronin and fired off telegram to him saying that Thursday's league action approving the Yankees' tale waa constitutionally illegal and could not be-valid. . The White Sox owner demanded of Cronin that he call a regular meeting to approve the sale but admitted "he will probably rule me out of order." CONFERS WITH ALLYN Finley conferred with Allyn three timet yesterday and said, whatever the White Sox owner said in hia wire "goes double for me." Other American League owners weren't nearly as upset, however. "After our attorneys studied conditions of the sale, we saw absolutely nothing wrong with It," said Gabe Paul of the Cleveland Indians. President Lee MscPhsil of the Baltimore Orioles said essentially the same thing. One Major League owner aaid he would "bet anything that the sale would not be overturned. 1; Entries ." J. tttet " est aoatt aaa s 4 a .. . S S 4 a. o. v. S-t 4-1 t. Williams O. MchkUaa B. Bar aaa V. Ruakaa B. OaaamUl a-i Darkf 4 I a-i a-i lt-i IS-l s 1 T-I A. McDouaaB 4-1 B. Lene-tlle t-t r. Laacattar a-l B. MeLaaa . S-l B. Ranaa IS-l Taraatta Jr. IS-l T-a a-i a-i a-i a-i 10- 1 IS-l 11- 1 ... a r, . M. Collton t.j - a . . O. McMillan IS-l parse atSSi S 1 1 S I. Lack 1-1 1 a. t o LaKuak T-ti H. Baraa 4.1 A. at. Amour a-i B. aiUipkant a-l C. Mia a-l P. BalUirk - la-1 B. OaaiatiU 11-1 H. Pauaa - IS-l BXACTA C. Ooka ' . S-l B. WHUaiAa,.' T-S C. MMIM Ji 4-1 K. Rac I. Parr , S-l I I T RcrnMa Pride . t T S atcDouaaB I IS-l 1 Ry Wabiat ' T 1 t R. Carkaa .) IS-l 4 A lira Dodea ----- la 4 B. Scfula : IS-l "Don't forget, CBS and tha Yankees have some mighty fine attorneys, too," he pointed ' out-. "Don't you think they studied the sale from every possible angle before they went' ahead with it And who's going to come up with anything against CBS' character to show ,why- it should not own a ball club?" Meanwhile, other I a w -makers offered their views of the transaction. Fifth Annual GP Regatta Sailors from Canada and the United Stales are prepared to compete in the fifth annual Championship Regatta of the North American Branch of the G P. Fourteen Clan Association st tha Stormont Yacht Club, at- Long Sault, Ontario near Cornwall. The regatta la slated for August 29 snd 30. Last year an American boat from Stone Harbor won the top tropny to end a three-year monopoly by Canadians. , A total of four races will be sailed on Lake SL Lawrence. Eight trophies are up for - Lead Aroused Lawmakers Promise To Scrutinize Yankee Sale By MILTON RJCHMAN NEW YORK (UP!) Aroused lawmakers promised today to scrutinize the ssle of the New York Yankees but thef probably will And it was all perfectly legal even though two angry American League club owners still are hollering "foul!"' -Sen. James B. Pearson, R Kan., was among those in Washington who showed some concern over the sale of tha Yankees to the Columbia Broadcasting System for $11 J million. , NOAcnorr , . . - Like most of the other legislators, however, Pearson aaid the transaction should be looked into but did not call for any immediate action. Pearson told tha senate the sale "merits inquiry" but added it was not necessarily to be "condemned.' The likelihood that the deal would- stand was strengthened by the remarks of Sen. Jacob K Javits, R NY. . He agreed with Pearson that the Yankees with Ken Pritchard of Mario tick second with Jamie's Rose. Louis Chartrand won the 10th with Cheater Brown for the Wendover Farms. RACING TONIGHT . Racing continues tonight at Rideau Carleton with an invitation Handicap featured in the ninth race for a purse of SUMO. .-. v.'-The early favorite is Barbara Johnston with Garry Johnston driving, n winner the last three times out - ' However GuyLaRush will have Paramount Pick making hia first start at Rideau Carle ton and the five-year-old bay gelding has had an impressive 2.02.5 docking to Bis credit earlier this season at Vernon Downs. Highland Girl, Peter Bomb, Gina Guinea and Lucky Stone are the other starters. Post time Saturday at Rideau Carleton la scheduled for p.m. -r Carleton ENTRIES FOR MONDAY, QUtXlXLA kin s-t a Dtak Jakaataa S Daaataaea X. t mtiina 1 aaat Brawar DaforS - a-t P. Baituek a-l D. Braaaaa a-l a aiikakaat a-l t Tka UtUa B. t Mr. Zips - 4 Bandy Orattaa P. Bata . 1S-1 : SlUlaheat V. Haaaas S. Earoa . O. Kalskt W. Huaaagr -- a a 5 Battle Pick t S 1 aBVSKTaV-Paca, aarae SSMi OOTNtLLA " Chairman Emanuel Caller, D-N.Y., of the House Judiciary Committee and its antitrust subcommittee, snd Rep. Henry Reuse,' D-Wis., both said tha sale "indicates that, baseball is a big business snd always has been big business." Reusa sdded that baseball ' had forfeited ha exemption from anti-trust laws. Sen. Philip A. Hart, D-Mich., chairman of the antitrust subcommittee of the 5enste judiciary committee, said he had asked hia staff to gather facts about the sale to determine whether the entire subcommittee should look into the case. - Belinsky Suspended For Belting Writer WASHINGTON (UP!) , Pitcher Bo Belinsky, protesting he waa a "victim of circumstances," ' was suspended indefinitely without pay Friday by the Lot Angeles Angels on charges he beat up a 64-year- old sports writer. Angels Manager Bill Bigney aaid the Incident early, .yester day was "entirely unprovoked" and that Belinsky, 27, would return to Los Angeles "aa soon as we can get him out of Washington." Belinsky said it would be tomorrow. The sports writer is Braven Dyer of the Los Angeles Times, who travels with the team. He said it took six stitches to close a cut in hia left ear. and that be had a black right eye. a swollen left cheek end other bruises from his fight with Belinsky. . ! Both men admitted there was tussle but they differed, on how It got started. , , i Belinsky told linked Press International that be had not, as Dyer daimed, invited the writer to hia room to set tie a disagreement . over a story quoting Belinsky about leaving the baseball business ' "He told me on the phone that I didn't have any guts," Belinsky aaid.- "I told him, 'if you ever come close to me Til shower.' and he said, TU save you the trouble. ' "Well I was in the bathroom brushing my teeth when I heard a knock, on the door," the player aaid. "I opened the door and there was Dyer in huf shirtsleeves -- with his fists clenched like he. waa ready for a fight.U.i. :'.'' "'All riant show ma some ... ,k. .. was fwj aeuwm Mian airvw - er.' he said," quoted Belinsky. u, l" aa ma around like aome auv arauin with an umpire." . .T.-'.V Little League OVBRBBOOB ' Pavers aoi sea a a t Mssere aei esi-4 ' 4 I Oaorsa Leklaaa aaa Brisk Brumke; Andra Plow and Okrla McOee. Rltaors - aria kaat af-tkrae etml-aaal aeries S-l to Sanaa. Pint (aaw af taala: Bisters vs. Nationals (Monday, S PARKWOOD RtLLS Bastes lo 1st t 4 a svuvers lea tea a ia a Doa Waaaa and Boa Biekaiasaai Jack Martin and Mail Bateaua. Ia laa wla kaat af-dye Saal earlas. Belinsky said Dyer grabbed stick your heed under the something out of . his toilet kit and grazed hia cheek with It In defence, the pitcher aaid, he shoved Dyer away with the palm of his. hand but that Dyer, hit the bathroom wall and fell unconscious. This Suspension is a terrible thing, a disgrace," he said. -Tm a victim of 'circumstances. Never an my lift have I ever threatened anybody for any reason. I'm going to see my lawyer about an appeal." Dyer told UPI that aside from his cuts and bruises, "I dont feel too badly." GUN SIIOU WEDNESDAY1 AUG. 19th, 8 in wool dcput' ... in mvb - ' USTYIW IKBUTKI . ...ami a , t ' turn ton cosa , OTHORTVllilCiD - v Curte$y e . J ' CHEEN VALLEY LUL'EER LTD. t ! 1 l MB hioRtraa. Rd. ,74Mm I j 1 r-mz i- y i " . ajtlfA"." r It I Fran - 1 1 J!--- '' 34-9053 Para, laaat. lit- W.Basa S.SB - a Dadta. rtri tiaeat as) T.M 1 ' ' : ' "" ! 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