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mi a w t - - 'I '.. V ,' . - " J SATURDAY, AUGUST 22. 1964 1 14 THE OTTAWA JOURNAL - . Orioles Have Ex - Hoyt By CURT BLOCK UPI Spoits Writer ' The Baltimore Oriolet teem to have ex-teammate Hoyt Wilhelm'i number. The first game of the year for the two club on April 14 went to Baltimore on Boog Powell' three-air) homer off Wilhelm. On June 11. Brook Robinson repeated the procedure, beating Hoyt with a two-run blast. ' Last night the Birds moved back Into first place in the American League by a half game by beating the knuckle-bailer for the third time, 4-2. SUMMONS ACE Chicago manager Al Lopez summoned hia ace reliever in the ninth inning. After Wilhelm retired the leadoff batter. Litis Aparicio singled and Earl Robinson drew a walk. Brooks Robinson, whose 21st home run in the fourth inning opened the scoring, singled to right driving in Aparicio to make the score 3-2. Sain Bowens, who followed Robinson In the third with his lTth homer of the season, then provided an insurance tally with s run-scoring . Texas leaguer to centre, j Chicago scored single runs in the sixth and eighth innings, i The victory went to Harvey . Haddix ' (9-3), who entered the game in the eighth in relief of starter Milt Pap-pas. ' ' Baltimore manager Hank Bauer probably will gamble with rookie Frank Bertsina (0-0) today while Chicago will send righthander Joel Horlen (9-7) to the mound. In Friday's, other American League contests, Boston blanked New York 7-0. Detroit downed Minnesota 4-1. Kansas nipped Washington 3-2. and Cleveland and Los Angeles were rained out In the National " League. Philadelphia edged Pittsburgh 2-0, Houston beat Mil-. waukee 3-2. New York Linescores AMMUCAN LBAOtTB Baittmor eoo eoe oca l auaaso .. eoeeoi eie s e Pappas, fUddlx (C). and fcwm: terra; WlUxtm ). Warn () nthmr (SI and Starua. WP Maddlx" IS-S). IT WIIMbn e-T. nk (lit). 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YANKS DROP ANOTHER Boston home runs by Dick Stuart (28), Eddie Bressoud (12) and Bob Tillman's grand' slam (12) helped the Red Sox hand the Yankees their fifth successive loss end drop New York Ave games behind Baltimore. Righthander Bob Heffner went all the way for, the Bosox yielding six singles. New York starter Ralph Terry (5-11) took the defeat Don Demeter singled, doubled and belted his 16th homer to lead Detroit and Dave Wlckersham into fourth place in the Junior circuit. Wickersham picked up his 15th win of the year, scattering six hits. ' SUrter Dick Stigma (6-12) waa the loser. Rocky Colavito's. 30th homer highlighted s three-run rally in the fourth inning as th A's downed Washington. Moe Drsbowsky picked up his fourth win in 17 decisions working in relief of starter Joe O'Donoghue. Claude Osteen (12-9) went the distance to take the loss for the Senators. Acting Cincinnati manager Dick Sisler knows how to get the most from his pitchers. Sisler. manager while Fred Hutchinson convalesces from a cancerous condition, called on rookie southpaw Bill Mc-Cool to replace starter Jim Maloney last night when the litter's shoulder stiffened . . . bis choice couldnt have been batter. DRIVES IN TWO Before he left the game Maloney drove m two runs with a third Inning double that scored Deron Johnson and Steve Boros. Maloney then crossed the plate with what proved' to be the winning rui'on ChVco Ruiz' bunt single M the Reds gained sole possession of second place in the National League. McCool, 20-year-old lefty from Lawrenceburg, Ind., toiled for, 6 innings and allowed just one hit and fanned nine while winning his fourth against only two defeats. The S-foot-2 southpaw, who was 5-13 for Tampa in the Florida Stats League but year, lowered his earned run average run average to 2.47. bettered on his club only by Jim OToofa and reliever Bill Henry. However the Reds remained 7'i games off the lead as Philadelphia downed Pittsburgh 2-0. Ken Venturi And Collins Share Lead AKRON. Ohio (UPI) Ken Venturi I continuing his sensa tional comeback and Bin Collins is trying to get into the act. The pair, back in the lime light after experiencing the drudgery of losing ' golf, are tied at 137 heading into to day's third found of the ISO,' 000 American golf classic. The 33-year-old " Venturi, who has swung a hot dub since his surprise victory in the National Open, fired a four under-par 66 yesterday after an opening round 71. Collins, starting to play well again after undergoing a back operation about a , year ago, added a three-under 67 to his first round 70 to gain share of the lead. , Mason Rudolph carded a 68 and was only one stroke behind while Champagne Tony Lema was throe shots back at 140 after. shooting a 71. ax". VSraK If'. . "tt-. V BUDDIES Phil Unz (left), NY Yankees tnfielder, and Yankee manager Y"ogi Berra, who were involved in a heated row, following the team's fourth straight defeat last 1 Thursday, seem to be buddies again prior to their game with the Boston Red Sox at Fenway Park Friday night. Linz upset Ber ra by playing his harmonica on a bus while the team was travelling from Comiskey Park to O'Hare Airport. . . " - AVJonraal Wtraphotai Firefighter Gary Moore Wins Last B Field Day of Season Firefighter Gary Moor a credited a. red-hot putter and 'good chipping" for his victory in the . final PQGA B Cass Held day of thd season at his home Gatlneau Club layout Fri day. - The handsome, '29-year-old father of throe daughters led a small field of 37 sbotsmiths by two strokes for Brst .ow gross honors and his first tournament triumph. PLAYING LONG Moon's 39-3776 wai con sidered a fine round on Gati- neau's 6.380-yard par-72 course which was "playing long" Fri day. Moore bad two birdies on his card. He canned a 1 0-foot er at the seventh for a four and ram med a 12-footer down the pipe on 13 for a birdie three. Wlaaaro card and par: oora Out: 45S 4JC Par Oat 44S 44S Today's Pitchers ly UntteeT Press Tntcrnational AMERICAN LEAGUE Baltimore at Chicago Bet' taina (0-0) vs. Horlen (9-7). Minnesota at Detroit Grant (10-9) vs. Aguirre (2-7). . Los Angeles at Cleveland Chance (14-5) vs. Ramos (6-10) or Donovan (6-7). Kansas City at Washington Pena (10-12) vs. Narum (8-9) New York at Boston 2 (day- night) Terry (5-10) and Down ing (10-5) vs. Monbouquette (6-11) and UMab (8-8). NATIONAL LEAGUE Chicago at New York Jack' son (14-10) vt. Kroll (0-0). Pittsburgh at Philadelphia Bork (1-0) or BUss (5-7) vs. Bennett (9-10). C Milwaukee at Houston (night) Lemaster (13-8) vs. Brown (2-12) or Bruce (11-7). Cincinnati at ' Los . Angeles (night) Jay (9-8) vs. Drysdala (13-13). St Louis at San Francisco Sadeckl (15-9) vs. Marichal (15-5).,.; -.y ,- ' ' " 'NAMED GM ' - i St' Paul. Minn. Jake C Milford of Brandon, Man., was named Friday as general manager of St Paul Rangers In the Central Hockey League. FASTEST SERVICE IN TOWN .IS-Mtouto Frto ImtallatrM WORK FULLY fillAIAMTFFfJ Mufflers Initsllei Whils-U-W.it by Expert! ' . 428 KENT ST. Dial 234-S053 - Teammate Num IPP"lB'f4kWprB ' 1-i a w Moora la: MS 48S JT-OS W Par In: 04 4JS W SS.M IS SONBS SBCOttP Pat Jones, of Chaudiere, took second low gross with a 78. Moore used up 30 putts for his 18-hole tour which in cluded one three putt g when sn 18-inch stroke failed to drop on the 14th green. John H. Johnstone.' another Gatineau Club member, was third with an 80. - Ha was 44 strokes at the turn but charged home in 36 Mows even par. Chaudiere's Don Cable took the top net prize shooting an; 81 to his 13 handicap for a 68. Though the Held was not a bulky one, K was a fairly representative collection which Included Dr. John Laurin and' Clark Coldie, winners of other v rJ"J" . NT-": . "V t -.i.-V.-j e , , ' ' ' V. . - ' '';-' t HOT FIREMAN :;.V.-..; . Gary Moore, right, checks over his scorscard . 1 with Gatineau Gotf Club professional Eddie Dunn after winning the PQGA Class "B" field day Friday at the Gatineau with a four-over 76. Fireman Moore, shown . t hen hi uniform ready to report for duty, had a hot putter going for him Friday with only SO shots on ' tha greens over the 18 holes. V (Journal Photo hf Dominion Wldal PRCFESSlCm L.ER (Nmltsci mi liDaaWrf Uaea-lt Autos raapooalbUlty for ulntaaanea. tiras, fraaaa, etc. eve aa daaradattoa. Ms Ms eaaa aotUp Is asnaaiaiy. Why Bop Was Toe Can tanas A Car. . ',-.v.- - .. Cal) 232-9837 LEASE-IT AUTOS " tACaSNTUN Ukaa alt ft 391 Albert Street ber v -jt.r.:z N y events 4s wasoo. And it took a commendable score by Moore to bead the list PaUowine ai and arias list: Oerr Moor. Gat .. TS P. Jonas. Clt TS I. H Johnatona. Oat SO W. Bartow, Oat 01 D. Cable. CH . 01 Dr. 1. C. Laurin. Khr SI B. Garland. CH OS O. Karr. OH .. ' 03 J. toblaty. CH S3 r. bius. cm at B. Joffrtae. Up .... OS pbizb lsst Fin lew araaa,,' Gary T0 oat. to. .... , . Saeoad (raas. Pat Janaa. CH. TS. Third sraaa. Joha H. Johnstone, Oat.. SO.- v rourtk anas. John Law. Stand. rtrst law aat. Don CaSle.r CH, as. Saeoad aat. John SaMatT, CH. 00. Third not. Dr. J, C. Uorha. BIT TO. rourfk ant, BUI Barlow, Oat, n Merivale Wins :;; Ruth Title Merivsle defeated Manotick 11-4 to win the South Carleton Babe Ruth League champion ship Friday night Barry Morris was .the Win ning pitcher with Dave Orme-rod cstchtng. Merivale took the best-of-three series in straight games. HOME IMPROVEMENT SPECIALISTS Baseball Records AMERICAN LEAGUE Friday's Rosults Boston 7, New York 0. Kansas City 3. Washington 2. Detroit 4, Minnesota 1. , Baltimore 4. Chicago 2. Los Angeles at Cleveland, postponed, rain. SUadiags W L Pet. Baltimore ... 75 47 .615 Chicago .... 75 48 .110 New York,v 69 51 .575 Detroit ..... 64 62 .508 GB Vt 5 13 ! Los Angeles . 63 62 .504 Minnesota . . 61 61 .500 14 Boston ..... 57 66 .463 18 Cleveland ... 56 66 .459 19 Washington . 49 76 J92 27 Kansas City . 46 76 .377 29 NATIONAL LEAGUE Friday's Gaines New York 7, Chicago 0. Philadelphia 2. Pittsburgh 0 Houston 3, Milwaukee 2. Cincinnati 3. Los Angeles 2. St. Louis 6, San Francisco 3. Standings W L Pet. GB Philadelphia V 75 46 .620 Cincinnati . . 68 54 .557 7U San Fran'co . 67 55 .549 8U St. Louis .... 65 56 .537 10 Pittsburgh. .. 63 39 .516 12 Milwaukee .. 62 58 .517 12 Los Angeles-. 59 61 .493 1SV4 tnicago ..... 56 63 .463 19 Houston.... 52 71 .423 24 New York . . 40 82 .328 35 Vi INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Friday's Results . Columbus 9, Rochester 2. Richmond I, Syracuse 1. Jacksonville at Toronto, post poned, rain. Atlanta at Buffalo, post poned, ram. Standings W L Pet GB Syracuse ... Jacksonville . Buffalo Rochester . Tfvfwit. 76 S3 .589 76 S3 .389 67 56 .545 6 67 60 .528 8 67 61 .523 Stt RfcnmomI . . irniumhua ... 07 70 .448 IB 54 75 .419 22 Atlanta 46 82 .359 29 Len Cowden - . ' , . Loses Playoff KINGSTON CP) Barney Prichard, 51, of Toronto, won the third annual Eastern Ontario senior golf tournament oa the first hole of a sudden-death playoff at the Cataraqut Golf Club Friday. , Prichard defeated defending champion George Hevenor of Toronto and Lea Cowden of Ottawa when he sank a 22-foot chip shot on the 357-yard par-four first' hole for a birdie. The three had tied with 77s In regulation play over 'the par-70 course in the 50-to-54- yearld class. m uowoen or utuwa naa an 80 to take the 55-59 age class, three strokes ahead of Art Doherty of Toronto who came la with an 83 Hevenor's 77 in regulation play gave him the win in the 60-64 group, well ahead of Leslie WHmot of the host club who turned In a 91. , In the 65-69 age group. Ed. Martin of Ottawa led Lloyd Cross of Kingston with an 81. Crass had 93. Dr. Jack Walsh of Perth. Ont, had am 85 to down Floyd Douglas of Water-town. NY, with a 92 In the 70-74 group. ' ' HELD TO DRAW NEW YORK (UPD In the last nationally' televised fight at Madison Square Garden, veteran Henry Hank of Detroit held fifth-ranked light heavy weight contender Johnny Per' sol of Brooklyn to a surprise 10-round draw Friday pight : . Journal Want quick results. . Ads. bring Sports By MILTON NEW YORK (UPI) Yogi but whether he'll continue to be next year or not oepenae solely on whether his club winds up looking like the Yankees of old or like Borah Minnevitch'a Harmonica Kascais. In other word.. Bern's future will be determined entirely by the kind of showing the Yankees make from here to the finish wire. If the Yanks continue poorly and come in Is bedragjled . third. Yogi undoubtedly will go, On the other hand, should together and make a strong run ... . ... . ... , most llaeiy wui oe reiainea The front office isn't about because he fined Phil Linz 1200 for pUyin a harmonica on the team bus. Club president Dan Topping even laughed about the incident, when he discovered all the fuss .it had caused. All the publicity bothered itself. "From what the papers throwing punches at each other,' he said. "They c n A d the story." Not reellyv - . NO MOOD FOR CONCERTOS Essentially, the facta as reported were, correct. Unz felt like playing his harmonica after straight to the White Sox and any mood for concertos. The same thing has happened before on other ciubs and probably will happen again. Not too long ago, a major on a bus after his team dropped The manager, who was also boiled inwardly. That guy doesn't know it the fellow sitting alongside him. And the coach was let out "I know things like this said, "but you know how it is, this the Yankees do alwayj makes headlines." J Deep down. Yogi didn't really want to fine Linz He knows the utility inflelder makes only bucks isn't exactly hay to him. Besides, Bern never bad realized he bad to do something. ' - NO OUTSIDE HELP 1 . Yogi ' may never nuke anyone forget John McGraw as s manager, but to his everlasting credit it should be said he made the dec is ion to fine Linz outside help. ... He wrestled with -the idea on the traditional baseball line Berra was. honest la admitting he would occasionally go to Ralph Houk for help or advice last year when both shared the secret that Yogi would manage the club this year. This time be didn t go to fact that Houk had sped to Boston from New York, the assumption naturally being that be bad done so to restore peace and harmony.- - X . The truth of the matter is primarily to get in some Ashing "Phil took it real good.'' aaid Yogi, about the fine. Berra himself was fined 81.000 by the Yankees some years back over a nightclub incident back later. Any chance Linz might get his money back? "WeH." sighed the soft-hearted Yogi, "you never can teU." Wesldck, Coigan In Amateur Golf Final ' ' SASKATOON (CP) Nick Weslock of Toronto and Gary Cowan ' of Kitchener, Ont, earned the right Friday to meet in today's 36-hole final of the 1964 Canadian Amateur Golf Championship, : v ' Cowan ployed bis best golf of the tournament when be rapped Doug Silverberg of Calgary 6 and 4. Weslock, less steady, edged Keith Alex ander, i960 amateur champion from Calgary. 2 and 1. It will be the fourth ap pearance in the national nna for each of the Ontario stand outs. . Defending champion Weslock has won the touma ment twice. Cowan won, it in 1961.. - '; Cowan was approximately three under par when his match ended on the 14th green with a curl lag 30-foot putt to eliminate Silverberg. His approximate modal round over the 2S-yard, par-70 Saska toon. Riverside Club course was highlighted by a stunning three on the par-four 12Uv 316-yard test. In the morning round Cowan battered John Kilbum of Edmonton 6 and 5. Weslock tripped Johnny Johnston .of Vsn- " j, - ' 232-2606 LTD.' GOLDEN LAKE. ONT. " , UNTIL LABOR DAY -." -,v va TamUln mnd Slnglt AdtdU ' $37.00 Weekly. Special Chlldreii'i Batei OTTAWA YM-YWCA PRE-CAST COIICRETE SEPTIC OTS . ' (Coaerete Never Raats) f ; " !; IMMEDIATE DEUVERT CAU . . ' ' FRAZER DUWTILE CO. Maaataarams at Vleraaae Caatrata Btocki, Caasiita Brkka, .Craaaad asaaa, pa Caat CaaaraU Oaatia Tanks,- IMatrlkalara ' tot C-l-t. Baalaarraa aad Mota-Mla CNtnU. parade RICHMAN j' Berra showed 'em who's boss. perhaps even voluntarily, n the . Yankees pull themselves during the next six weeks, be im .t :i . in even ii may iau tu win. . to tie a can to Berra sunpiy Berra far more thaa the episode said, you'd think everyone was v - I the Yanks dropped their fourth Yogi didn't happen to be in league coach led the singing a tough one. on the bus, ssid nothing but yet. the manager confided to "but he has hist loot hia Job." shortly thereafter. have happened before.' Berra is- the Yankees snd whatever 114.000 a year and that 200 fined anyone before. But he all by himself without any for quite awhile, then decided 1200. - Houk. Much waa made of the . r that Houk went up to Boston with the Jim Hogana. and he received soma of it indat" couver 3 and I, - AJexa downed John Sirmaa of Fresno, Calif., 5 and 4 and Silver berg- ousted Ron Folk 3 and 2 to enter the semi-finals. Alexander's medal ecore, an approximate three under par for the 14 holes of bis match with Sirman. was the most Impressive of the morning round. 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