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The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 16

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i m t m 9 w w "' V ' '' ' 16 THE OTTAWA JOURNAL FRIDAY, AUGUST 21. 19M w wm f f fi White Sox Gain With By CURT BLOCK t'PI Sponi Writer 1 They're number on in th second city and U couldn't have corn t a better tim. Th Chicago While Sox gained first place by a naif (am in the American League yeatcrday for the fir: tim ainc June 18 by completing four-game sweep of the tumping New York Yankee and tonight they play hast' to the Baltimore Oriole who hive hilt suffered their wont "break" of the season. -EIGHT "OtUCULS' In the next nine days, flrst - plac Chicago'' and second-place Baltimore face ' each other eight times to conclude their season serie. The Oriole yesterday lost 4-3 decision to theujfd So, but more important. .they lost Slugging John (Boog) Powell, who fractured a triangular bone in his1eft-wrUt while chaiing a fly ball. 'This I our worst break, yet." manager Hank Bauer aid. referring to Injuries earlier in the year to Luis Aparicio, Steve Barber and Milt Pappaa. "I dont think he (Powell) can come back to help ua thie year.1:.. Chicago, on the other hand, has a Tiealthy stabl entering the four-game sat with the Bird at Comiskey Park and corn a oIlM) blanking of New York, the team thy couldn't bet the first 10 time they met . The Yankee war 4-13 over the last two weeks while playing the two top club and have dropped 4V& games off the pace. Yesterday the Sox pecked way at long-time nemesis ' Whitey Ford for nine singles - and Bv run and broke the Yanke southpaw's kcorele Inning streak over - them, which spanned two seasons, at 48 with two 'runs in the second inning a skipper Al. Lopes celebrated his 58th birthday. STOPS YANKS Johnny Btuhardt, never beate by.th defending league champion, took hi fifth career decision over New YorlL and, raised hi season record to 10-6 with seven -hit route-going performance, 'r v-. Powell, th Oriole muscular. 22-year-old outfielder with 31 home runs under his belt, learned that Fenway Park' left field wall doesn't bend no matter how big you. are when be rammed Into it while in pursuit of pitcher Pave Morehead'a doubK in the second Inning when the Red Sox cored all their Th Anal run. which Oroved to be the deciding factor, crossed the plate on AparK do' throwing error. Fireman Dick Radatx saved Morhar eighth win of th campaign and wai credited with hi 21st save when he put the skids on an eighth ' inning Baltimore rally. I In the only other American League game. Kansas City downed Cleveland 7-4. and Los Angeles beat Detroit 4-3. In Thursday's . National League contests, Philadelphia took two from - Pittsburgh 2-9 and 3-2 to increase their lead to 7V4 game. Cincinnati 'defeated San Francisco 10-7. and Milwaukee drubbed Lot Angeles S-2. PHILLY HERO v" The latest hero for th pennant "hopeful Phillie is : Speedy Gonzaleav. , . . ' Formerly known a Tony i Gonzalez, the Philadelphia ' outfielder scored th winning run from second has last night and now. al far , as the Phil an concerned. ss-iai aoarkt aa. sia-iaai la RlOaaaad Boa lltMSll SlU iwani - FUEL OIL t RaBiaVamlal anal ComfatsretsJ 2912 Baaeiin RtL S2S-2711 ' l MUee Watt ot Pii awsif aJL-l paa. DAU.I Lead Sweep uver l anks it's call roe anything but second place. The hustling Phillies took two thriller ' from Pittsburgh 2-0 and 3-2 to increase their league lead 'to 714 games. In th second game, after Johnny Callison, often hero in the past matched solo home runs with Buc third baseman . Bob Bailey; Philadelphia . 'loaded the base on two singles and an error in the eighth inning against Pittsburgh' Don Schwal and Al McBean. ' Callison then lifted fly ball to deep centre. Pitcher Rick Wise tagged up and scored easily from third and Gonzalez, , on baa via Dick Schofield's miscue. never broke stride in the 180 foot dash and left Manny Mota astounded in centrefteld. fJ '..-. Callison thus drov in til Philedelphia's second gam s Sy United Prei International AMERICAN LEAGUE Baltimore at Chicago (night) Pappas (11-5) vs. Horlen (9-7) or Pizarro (16-6). Minnesota at Detroit (night) Stigman (6-11) vs. Wickers- ham (14 9). Kansas City at Washington (night) O'Donoghu (8-6) v. Osteen (U-). Los Angeles at Cleveland (night) McBrlde (2-12) or Latman (4-10) vs. Donovan (6-7). New York at Boston (night) Stottlemyr (2-0) va. Heff- ner (5-4) NATIONAL LEAGUE Chicago at New York (night; L. Burdett (9-5) vs. Fisher (6-15). Today runs while ex-Met Frank Thomas did the same In th opener. Rookie Rick Wis (5-1), went eight inning in th nightcap and was yanked in the ninth when the Pirates scored one in favor of veteran Ed Roebuck. ' , One again Callison showed why he is a prim can, didate for MVP honor. Roebuck got plnchhitter Jerry Lunch to lift fly ball to th Philli hghtf lelder, who grabbed it and then nailed Bill Mazeroski trying to move from second to third. AMERICAN LSAOUR New York ooo too ooo t a chimo , eai too ooy s t mm. mmmm (4. sudor a. Hamilton i arxl -Howard; Bus hard! no-ai and Carreoo. L Pnrd lll-W. Belllmora . . One lie t 1 Borton 04 OOO Ota 4 Vineyard. McNallr 111. Millar tSi and Orsino: Morahead. Radati ill and Tillman. WP Mnt-eBtad ia-ll. IP vineyard !-. Kansas Clljr , 011 OOO Ml T 10 1 Cleveland- ' 001 100 1014 7 I Meyer. Block T. Wyall f arm Pitchers Pittsburgh at Philadelphia (night) Veal (13-9) va. Short (126). Milwaukee at Houston (night) Clnninger (12-11) v. John son (8-13). Cincinnati' at Lot Angelea (night) Malonev (11-9) va. L Miller (2-4). Su Louis at San Francisco (night) Simmon (13-9) vt Hendley (10-8). JUNIOR OPTALli Ottawa CM IS: Mineral! Apart ments. 7. 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