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t I - 14 THE OTTAWA JOURNAL TUESDAY, AUGUST 18, 1884. Phillies Stealing Night Victory I Bobsts By GEORGE C. LANGFORD UPI Spans Writtr The Philadelphia PhUHei arc stealing away with tH National League pennant under Vhe cover of .darkness.-..' V . Manager Gene Mauch s moon-; tight operators opened the big gest lead any team has enjoyed this season (live games over San Francisco) when they bat- tared the Chicago Cabs last! Bight 8-1 The victory was the 49th after dark for the Phillies this season against only 22 night-time losies for a percentage of .CM. The Phils have been praying less than .MO during the day with aj 73-11 record. Chris Short, Tony Gonules and Johnny Catllson led the PhUfles to their Latest vicjpry. WINS UTH Short limited the Cubs to five hits to earn his 12th victory and lowjr his earned run average to below making him second only to Dodger great Sandy Koufax in that department It was the first time in s five big league seasons that be has won 12. , Gonzales contributed two doubles and a single, good for two runs, and-Calllson slammed two triples, drove in two runs and scored twice In the Phils' IMiit barrage against starter Ernie Broglio and three Chicago .relievers. The St Louis Cardinals rallied in the ninth inning to down Houston S-1 and the 'New York Mets blanked Pittsburgh M In the only other National League action. ''.."' With superior pitching the White Sox took advantage of a coa try error by sure-handed Bobby Richardson to defeat the New York Yankees 2-1 In the opener of their crucial series In Chicago In the lone American League contest. ., ." The victory -moved the sec ond-place White Sox within V4 games, of the league leading Baltimore Orioles and dropped the Yankees three games off the pace in third place. " Chicago needed a brilliant re lief effort from .. 41 year old . knackleballer Hoyt, WUheha to 1 get the win. " ' ; Wilhelm entered the game m the eighth inning with, one. run in. the score 2-1, two Yankees on base and Roger Maris at W i -Wilhelm struck -out Maris and got Els ton on an Infield grounder o end (he inning and mtiiari tha side In order in the ''ninth. '. '. ifm-i-- The relief ace, who threw 12 knuckle balls, credited catcher 1 1. C Martin with his -success. EST CATCHER I Ha at to be the best Vatrha hi baseball." Wilhelm drawled. "Some .of them, I ieWt know how" he stops." ( Martin drove m the first rua toff loser Ralph Terry with a sacrifice fly In the sixth tanki The other WhHe Sox run was unearned off reliever. Wmtey Ford m the seventh. ' I Fkrtd Robinson walked, after Ford had him picked off first base, reached second when Richardson dropped the ball on 'a tag attempt, Pete . Ward jamgled Robtnaon home with the winning run. I ' The Cardinals capitalized en !two ninth . tntring errors by I Houston and four singles to score three runs and ruin It-year-old Hal Brown's excellent pitching performance Brown bed shut out Si. Louis lor IVi Innings on four singles. Dick .Groat singled home Ken Boyer wtta the tying rust and Mike Shannon drove home the win ning tally. Rookie Dennis Ribant, obtained from Milwaukee II days ago la trade for Frank Lary and cash, hurled a , foor-tth shutout for the Mets over .Pittsburgh. - i . f It was RlbnTs second major leago. start and first victory. Charley Smith drove in four of the Mets runs with pair of 'horn runs. I AMBB1CAN ttrbtTBv ww Tarav . eeo s oto i f Chtnea . .'000 Ml ! e 0 Tarry, rvra ivk Jlinaaia v. 'ai FURNACE SERVICE Sa an owr fuel Ml auetofaors. naniro' aHoat parts reatecement son tract. 211 Preatoa 84. : ; 233-5431 I U I ,t: 1 and Howard. Piiarro. Wilhelm ft) and Martin WP Pitarro (1S-Si. LP Tarry (S-lOi. ' NATIONAL llAOtll Ptttaburah . 000 000 000 4 t New York SOO Ml OlK t II 1 Veal. Gelnar iii and Pastta- rant: ftibant rl-l I and Canntazarra. lp vaai ii3-s hr smith 1 I lth and IJthi Chicago 010 000 0001 S S Philadelphia Oat 101 OOx I II a Broflto. Elaton lit, Gregory IS). r. Burdette (7) and Schaffar: Short anil n.Wn.i. in Broaiio ts-ioii si- loju . vuw ow inj a io o Houaton 000 Ml 000 I 4 S Craia. Cualiar' tsi. Schulta li. and McCarver: Brown. Owens (SI and Grata. WP Cualiar (4-li. LP Brawn ll-lll. HB Bond ilSthk Baseball Records AMERICAN LEAGUE MONDAY'S RESULTS Chicago 2; New York 1. Only game scheduled. STANDING W L Pet GB 14 3 Baltimore 73 43 .619 73 47 .60S 69 47 .595 61 60 .504 Chicago New York Los Angeles Detroit Minnesota Cleveland I3U 60 60 .504 1314 59 60 .496 14 54 64 .458. 19 Boston 54 65 .454 19 49 73 .402 26 43 74 368 29'$ Washington Kansas City NATIONAL LEAGUE MONDAY'S RESULTS New York ft, Pittsburgh Ov Philadelphia 8. Chicago 1. St Louis 3, Houston I. .. Only games scheduled.. . STANDING W L- Pet GB Philadelphia ' 71 45 .612 San Francisco 67 51 .568 5 8 Cincinnati 64 54 .542 63 54 J38 63 55 .534 Pittsburgh St Louis . Milwaukee V4 9 60 56 J17 11 58 58 J00 13 55 83 .466 17 50 70 .417 23 Los Angeles Chicago . -, Houston New York 37 82 Jll 354 ToddyV Pitchers By Ualted Press Intenutisnal (Won-knt records in paren theses.) AMERICAN LEAGUE , New York at Chicago (night) Downing (10-4) vs. Peters (14-4). ... ' 'i Minnesota '. at Washington (night) Pastniet (12-9) vs. Ridzik (J-3). BaUimore at Boston (night) -Rcberta (114) vs. Monbou-queote (fcU). . v i Los Angeles : at ' Detroit 2 (twl-night)-Chance (12-5) and Newman Vs. Lolich (12-7) or Sparma ( J-S) and Aguirra a). , . Kansas City at Cleveland 2 (twim)-64aatiago (1-1) and Pena (le-ll) vs. Tiaat (S-1) and Kralick (M). , rsAllunjAI. U.AQUE Pittsburgh , at New - York (nighD-Gibboa (s-4) vs. Jackson (8.12). . Chicago at Philadelphia (nlght)-Buhl 12-1 vs. Bennett OW). ' , St. Louis at Houston fnlehtl - Sadecki (144) vs. Bruce (H-7). :i" , -Mllweukee 'at tos Angeles (night) Leemsster (12-m a Drysdale (12-12). ' '-Ctactanaa-M SanTranclsco (night) Makmey (11-) , Boltn (4-4). . Mongione Wins Distanct Swim ' y Mike Msngione was declared winner of the long distance swim, sponsored by the Bara- Kuoa Diving Club, which start. eo irom the Hull Pier at 1.13 a.m. Saturday. ' Mangkme covered 27 miles tn 12 hours and 41 minutes to lead a Held, of five. r 'A storm apparem.Joc&imd aoont 3.19 sxin. which forced aoata to shore. Mangione stroked one mile past Rockland and then swam the mile beck. .'-'.' - - - - , . Ron - , Clarmont and Lyrni Hyndman tied .for second place. Malcolm Warner and Andy La- tonoa also competed. PICniC TABLES . CALIFORNIA REDWOOD . nil, so- tap, aaae aa Platlls Varatkaaa Sin ( ttalik. Ceuaaelele V,lJ'ni W00DR0FFE V. HOBBT SHOP' -f TS BICBMOND aon ttS-4M 1 111-IS44 ' ' opaa Sarardayt 4 .' 1.. .-fc ... . w V ..ui--j -v. i ".I ... ' Vi J t i . - : - Centrefleiaer Bill Viraon of the Pittsourgn ' Pirates faces . agamsi wall and watches flight of ball.. upper right, m first inning of Monday game at Mew York's Shea. Stadium, Vtrdon raced back to the wall in uaeless pursuit of a three-run homer by Charlie Smith of the New York Mets. Smith also hit another homer fas the eighth Inning to bring his season total to 15. ' The Met defeated toe Pirates, 5-0. - , . ' , - . Uownal AP Wtrapbotol Sports of the NEW YORtt The sports-writing dodge is getting to be a dangerous way of earning a living even though insurance companies still dont consider it quite as hazardous an, occu pation as : ateeplejacking. test nllntlna .tia 'Amti i. i n KwriKe The temperamental Bo Belinsky .was suspended 1 the other day Joy the Los Aa 7 geles Angels for 'putting the slug "jon a baseball writer. . This isn't the first time that (he unpredict' able Belinsky wt. taaia- bas been haukd , ' on the carpet by the Angels. Not being too angelic by nature, . the brash Bo has been involved in off. tne-field escapades as well, one being so serious that the front office tried to peddle him down the river to Kansas City. Because the baseball rules were circumvented in the swinging of the deal, it wu nullified by Commissioner Ford Flick. So the Angels were stuck with him. In mid-season last year. Bo wss exiled a lot fur ther away than Kansas City. He wss dispatched to Hawaii and . the . minor league farm there In the hope that the enormousiy talented Belinsky would Improve his behavior. At Spring training this year ha announced his platform. FOR CLEAN LIVING ., '"My campaign this year is for clean living." be said. "ItH either kill ma or make ma lot of money, I'm not a m Belinsky but a smarter one." , If that be true, it's a cincn that he displayed no smartness in blackening the eye. and knocking out Braven Dyer of the' Loa Angeles Times after 1 wordy altercation. Bill Rigney, the Angel manager, promptly J;liJ;t;l;tW: flli fit ... 11 1 Facr Under Caver tf Barkmss yw-.wetfrf' '. i;''iim.iiiii '. . -, ; . BACK TO WAUL By ARTHUR DALEY C ISSI Br Tark suspended Bo without pay. To Rig s way of thinking, hitting a spoftswriter is akin to hitting a cop. No one should get away with It. , a Although there have baa a several rows between ball play ers and scriveners in the past few years, comparatively little damage has been done. Frank Thomas, then with the' Mats, swung and missed his target tly. A year ago Vada Pin son of toe Reds bad a scuffle with a Cincinnati writer. Earl Lawson, who pre viously had won a Purple Heart when' he was slugged by Johnny Temple, another Red- leg. Poison wu sued but the case eventually wu squashed. A fist fight almost chanted the entire history of the Yan kees many years ago. Strangely enough, it Involved Ed Barrow, the founder of the mighty Yankee dynasty as the front office genius. The burly Bar row raised objection to something written by Bill Slocum and punched the writer. Colonel Jacob Ruppert owned the Bombers then and ha sent for Slocum. ' : "This is outrageous," fumed the. colonel. T can't permit anything like this to happen. If you ssy so, I II fire Barrow right now." .. "Forget ft. Colonel." said Slocum, too big a man to seek vengence. "Ed merely ; lost his head. He s too good a man for you to fire him." So Barrow staved and built an empire. If be had been dismissed, there's no telling what a lesser man would have dona in his Job. Nor was Barrow the kind of guy who v would pick on a soft touch like a sports- wrtter. When ha wu managing the Red Sox, ha got so fed up with the misbehavior . of his star pitcher. Babe Ruth, that he cleaned out the dressing room except for the Bae and locked the door. ; . no fight . : , -"Let's settle this between us. Babe," uid Barrow, peeling D. KEF:? EDVAf.SS , LIMITED : , t ' 2$ ttnwATa irax v 726-t63 OTTAWA Lumber tn4 BmiUing :.L v Smppltet ........ v- . . ........ .. J , j iaS4SJS-avas. -V- 'tt . , -t. ' . '-.' - -1 asye-nv''' - - 1 ' aSsH - swawaa 4 v" - - . .- ' " ' -I 4NM, - J 1 l Times off his coat' i . ' i" "We don't have to fight, Ed," said the Babe, edging toward the door, "nl obey training rules for the rest of the year." He did, too; k v . .1 When Bob Kuark, the novel ist, wu a baseball writer in Wuhirfgtoo, be wrote unkindly of Bobo Newsom, the colorful pitcher, and then deliberately sought out Bobo hi the Senator dressing room when, be heard that Bobo wu gunning for htm. Tbcy exchanged not words at close range because the mas sive Newsom always believed in nose-to-nosa shouting even when arguing with umpires. Ruark stepped back,' fists up raised, and . toppled over' a bench. '-'1 ' . ' . ' "You hurt Bobor said Bobo, -who addressed everyone u Bobo. He picked up the writer and dusted htm off. Newsom once " tried that nose-to-nose business with At Simmons, a teammate. Sim mons' took no chances. Ha bit him.,: . ... - The unfortunate part of the Belinsky . affair is that Bo wasn't having a bad .seat and it began to look u though ha wu approaching a maturity be lacked tn 1962 when be pitched a no-hitter as a rookie. Now heU have ta be traded and a forced deal rarely brings proper returns. Nor does this latest sign of instability make him too attractive to whatever club might be' interested In him. ' .. ... : - For the most part the mod em ball player Is far m sensitive about what appears In prim than were the old-timers. In fact, soma of those old-timers that Ring Lardner wrote about ".couldn't reed. The modern can. They never seem to remember the nice things written about them. only the bad. They should do all their hitting on the ball field, however. Hitting 'writers doesn't count because they get no credit for it In the box score nor in tbekv batting averages, , '. '. f PGA CHAIRMAN - DUNEDWC ria..- (UP!) Dave Marr. 30-year-old veteran golfer, from Texas, yesterday was elected chairman of the Prof saslonal Golfers Assecia- I lion tournament committee tori I a one-year term. Wet Courts Pu t Damper Oh Junior Tennis By JEAN SOUTHWORTH of The Journal . Wet courts put a damper on the first full day of play in the Canadian Open. Junior Tennis Championships at the Rideau Lawn Tennis Club yesterday, Play proceeded, however, ai officials made use of the all' weather courts at the Ottawa- New Edinburgh Canoe Club as well as those at Rideau and by the end of the day soma 73 matches had been run off. Some 60 American players are entered in the competition as well as two New Zfeolandera and two Mexicans. Most oil the young players from across Canada, who competed In the closed Canadian section of the tournament are also taking part in toe open events. Armlstead Neely from Tam pa. Florida, it the top foreign Hamilton Makes Changes, Add Two, Cut Easterly .HAMILTON (CP) Hamilton Tiger-Cats, the .1963 Grey Cup champions, losers of their only two starts of the season, have made some personnel changes in hopes of adding some power to both offence) and defence,. The sudden developments , on the Eastern Football Con-ference club saw Dick East-arty, a three-year matt with the Cats, cut from the roster, and the acquistioa of former National Football League players Bob Gaiters, a 210-pound runniigback. and Sam Tittatore, a linebacker with Cleveland Browns the last two years. ,., - -; -Easterly's place - on the team will be taken by Johnny White Sox, Athletics Still Protesting Sale of Yanlcs i Wed SAiNsauRY V .- Un 8erU Writer - CHICAGO (UPI) Chicago White Sox owner Arthur Ally Mid today ha is "willing to bat" that American League club owners will meet for a "good look at the Yankee-CBS deaL" v Allyn cornmented after be Bred off. formal. chaUsngt to the validity of the American League vote transferring the New York Yankee franchise to the Columbia Broadcasting Syttarn. .: . ;; AUva acted after league attorney Benjamin Fiery said last Thursday's telegraphic vote of 8-2 wu "sufficient and legal.". ; Ciirado Scores Three' Goals Foiusitanio;- Anibel Cure do hooted three goals to lead Lusitania to a 8-0 shutout win over Northern Electric ta sa ODFA "B" di vision soccer match, at Brewei Monday night. Carlos Garcia and Angeio Garcia alio scored for the winners. Manuel Med-eroe recorded the shutout. Three soccer matches were played Sunday. St. Anthony's, of the odfa A", division, were in Montreal to meet the Greek stars and the Ottawa Club scored a 1-0 victory on a goal by Malta Florin in an Eastern Canadian amateur semi-final game. Klcard Pueyrredon 'and Sa. batino Cantucd scored goals for Olympia in their 2-1 .decision over Goya in "A" section action at ' Brewer. ' Steven Bencsica was the Goya marks man. ."''.' An Ottawa team will play Montreal Cantalia, a professional club, in an, exhibition match Monday, September at. Rideau High School Held at 3 p.m. ODFA schedule resumes tonight with Concordia playing Holiandia In a "B" snatch at 6.30 p.m. at Brewer. ' seed in the boys' 18 singles and Susan Dykes, one of the 13 players who have come from Mrs. Jean Hoxie's tennis school In Hamtramck. Michigan, hat No. I foreign seeding m the girls 18 singles, i Top seeds in the under-16 singles are John Mainline, another! Hamtramck representative, and Pixie Lamm of Oakland, Calif. Prizes for the Canadian Closed championships, which wound up Sunday, art to. be presented tomorrow at 3 p.m Following are some of Mon day's scores: setr is srxoLis " first . ratine: .Blake Dunloa, Ottawa. Saf. Hlthaallatt, Toron- i. e-4. e-e. OVS 14 SINdLCS Tint round: Joha McrarUnd Klnaaton. eat. Blake Dunlep, e-S. a-a; 41m staiaui. Toranao, Murnay Monres. Ottawa e-S. I Soou Ounlap, Ottawa, aaf. Hanry iuus. Hamtnuacn. S-4. s. Counts, who came here from New York. Giants last weak. Gaiters and Tidmore can stay with the Cats for Ave days before coach Ralph Sazie d ' cides what to do. Easterly wu scouted by Sazio after ' his impressive performance ' for the University of Syracuse in 1962 Liberty Bowl, when he won , the most valuable player award over team-mate Ernie Davis, the promising Cleveland halfback who died from a blood diaease last year. With Willie Bethea out of the lineup with a fractured ankle, Sazio said his club needs help In the tackfleld. Ha decided km Counts, who great speed, in "Fiery wired me that there I a degree of conflict of Interest but that this did not come up to that degree," Allyn Mid.' "Fiery Is wrong, and 1 told him so." . Only Allyn and Charles 0." Finley, lUnsas City Athletics ' owner, voted against the sale. 1 The vote of three owners would be . required to force league president Joe Croniit to call a meeting. , Allyn said , he is confident a third own- . er will Join Finley and him in demanding the meeting..' "After the fuss that has Men raised about this thing." Allyn Mid. Ta sure well i get thru votes." A , . AUyn's telegram to Fiery quoted the league constitution u to conflict of interest.' It reads: vj.'T : i ;, "No member of the league, whether owned by a person or persons, . trust, firm,' or corporation, either by itself or through such person or persons, trust, firm, corporation, or the officers or stockholders of such corporation, or otherwise, shall be or become tatereeted by moans of stock .ownership or ether-wise in any other member of the league, or in the conduct or operation of mora than one baseball dub' iaV the .league.",; ,yt u J-.; Allyn Mid H was "Inconceivable" that Fiery could take a position that the degree of ownership has anything to do with interpretation of the constitution. Allyn also pointed out the commissioner, Ford Prick, hu forced. the-Mia of oao holding or another tn multiple ownership,; irreepective of the degree of ownership. Finley still sirmnered over (ha CBS-Yankee deal. Ha Mid , be andersteod Cronin gained REJECT REQUEST HELSINKI, Finland (UPI) The Finnish boxing association yseterday iwjected Johnny Biz- wros psquest for, a second aostpc4iernent of bis Aug. 24th lightweight nght with Olli Makl of Finland. . Vicente Derado of Argentina will sub for Bizzarre. RE-ROOF " '.;fpeasTSMa' am 1 "' isma jiKsuj ' J tu ia em roiir GEitiV :- ;.,,;.; -cut B aaaska . , , laWvTKI .tm IS Western . m479S Play Vf 1 aovr is SINOLBS Flrat round Orag nm, Edmonton, daf. Pa tar Warran. Ottawa. S-O. S-S. Mattaaw Ball la. PhUadalphui. daf. Jhn Maanlne. Ottawa. S-1. S-I. Anus Maefear. Waiunaunt. daf. Nail Lanfluirat. Ottawa. e-S. e-S:' Daae Barry anaau Burllntoa. Sinclair PtcSian. atontraal. S-S. S-4- SaeanoT round: oaot Oyor. Winnipeg. aX. Brian Ooltfrtad, Cap Coral, ria.. e-S. 0-4.. t . BOYS' tS SINOLXS Pint round: Mlka Bolasa. Van-couvar, daf. JHn Hannlnt. Ottawa. S-O. S-0. Staphaa Vaaina. Montreal, eal BUly Gordon. Baltimore. S-S. S-4: Graam BaHott. Now Zaaland. daf. Oove Br an. Ottawa. S-e. S-1: Mlka Hammaa. Ottawa, aaf. Brian Stan. Vancowrar, S-S. S-S; Tarry lacb. Ottawa, aaf. Lan Tibbltta. atontraal. 0-1. S-1. Saeand round: O. glMott ant. S. Vazlna. C-S. t-1. OIBLS' IS SINGtBS ' ' ' ' ' rtral round: Nancy Orson.. Ta. ronta; "daf. Down Parraat, naaka-tosn. s-r. S-1: Uadaay Wntla. Vancouvar. aaf. Sua Power. Ottawa. T-I. S-O; Baaawiarlo Pwarnar.. Ottawa, def. Beetty Salr, Wmnt-pas. S-e. S-4; Andrea SaVtln, atontraal, a.- Maura Waahlncton. S-O. e-S. favor of Easterly - .:' ,The coach hopes the "big back" be has been searching for will emerge in the parson of Gaiters, a New Mexico State grad who was the number two draft choka of the Giants In 1961. He was traded to ' San , Francisco 49ers the following year asnt to Baltimore this season, r-" Tidmore, 223 pounds and six-feet, one-inch. Is expected to provide strength on defence. Ha , attended Ohio State . prior to Joining the Browns.;'. ' '.', Sario said the changes made on the team during the last week are "part of our ; long rang planning for the rest of the season.?, 'approval because it wss all in the family.' ' Cronin'i son "works In in executive capacity for Washington,, bis brother-ia-law Is the owner of Muinesota, and his ex -boas owns Boston." Finley Mid. ' r 7 4 t. ftp t;500 ' ,UIVIVba. , ' ... Now, 29,98 BO ... Secoad Hand, 913 up . 1 Best rarrss lit towlV ' TBADB IN TOUB OUt B1,B OYLES&Co. 33-3r7 Baak St. 238-WI1 Batana Saatara aad , 1,32 .... COLORS m ail na r, 11 ); RENT A NEW -CAR ANNUALLY Me oaafe laraatmant renUI rataaf Beatal ineludaa Uoanao, lnaaraac, oil and Oreeaa. .Tlras and :Car atalaSs- a A a. LEASE.IT AUTOS LAURENTlAN LTD. . 4m 40 Otftuoa Company SSt Alaart Street tlS-Mlt "Stores for Mei" IS . Wemngtoa at Holbuad O. Rideau 1 BICYCLES Pried ; n-r aB aa f 1 ;'!tTm:i mT3' ' rx ' I. F. COODRICH STORE 404 BAWK ST. ttl-IHI

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