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- - WEDNESDAY. AUGUST M, 19M TTtE QTTAWA JOURNAL 23 Sports of the Times ' ! 'i '. ' . ? .r ' r By ARTHUR DALEY I CI MM Mw Ia TM Km lin( TfcE Ottawa Jo NEW YORK "Off with their head" Mid th Red Queen, i allocking Alice by tie indiscriminate ruthlesshet of the order. ; Allie Sbennen doe not live in eny Wonderland at the Giant : trainlnt base on the Fairfield University campus. He mede weep with .hit axe Tuesday and fevered lot of head. Although he did it reluctantly and with deep regret, he none- theteae shocked an awful lot of wild-eyed Giant fan by the way he cut hi squad. Dropped or traded away were such name operatives a Phil King, Joe Don Looney, Hugh McElhenny and Glynn Griffing,, plu si leaser lights. Gained In the shufflfe were Andy RoourteUi, reactivated a status, a well a Andy Nelson, a solid defensive back from the Colts. snd S. C Owens, who famed Alley Oop pass-catching of Y. A." Tittle's tone one were spectacular touchdown-producers with the Forty-Nmer. This is s startling amount of manipulation and was spawned partly out of necessity snd pertly out of desperation. An unparalleled series of injuries had painted the Giants Into a corner as the deadline for the 45-player limit arrived.' It prevented Sherman from "making judgment with technical realism' this is his fancy phraseology and left him far behind schedule. Now he's gambling that he's made the right gusset in an effort to catch up. ': .! RETVtN WAS APPARENT That Robuitelli would rejoin his' troops in the battle line became increasingly apparent over the pest week. It reminded observers of the time Tuffy Leemsnt retired as a player tome ' 20 yeert ego but agreed to tuy on as a coaching assistant to Steve Owen. ; -.. O'V, !; "Don't assign Tuffy" uniform to anyone else." the shrewd itout Steve ordered hie equipment men, : "Sooner or later heU get the itch. Hell play." j . Tuffy got the Itch. He played. It was the, same with ..; Robustelli. especially when be sew on linebacker after another crippled. Only by resuming his defensive end position in place , of a green pea could he ease the strain and the pressure. Once , it s relieved, later in the tea son, , not having to act. ( It's natural to shed a tear , running back of his era, There's regret st the departure of the injury-prone King, the untried Looney and the disappoint-, ing Griffing. But Sherman has winner in Dick James, - secured from .Washington in the Sam Huff deal, fnd ht't high .. on the potential ties of three rookie backs, Steve'Thurtow, Ernie Wheelwright and Clarence Child. - " Somewhat obscured In the tremendous shsuffle .it the acquisition of Owens, the pass-catcher with the kangaroo spring. He and Tittle combined to make the Alley Oop pass : famous when both were with Sen ; by accident One day when Yat was trapped be launched a . high arching throw far downfield,.Even if intercepted it would 1 be the equivalent of a punt. It wasn't Intercepted. Owens went ; approximately 10 feet in the air and hauled it iiy s 1 . ' THUS JT WAS NAMED ' i ' t "! "What a play!" said the coacn. "it was a regular Alley t .When the play was moved into the repertoire, lr didn't , get a number at all plays do. It went by it name. The 49ert ; were trailing the Detroit Lions. 24 to 21, and had the ball on the 41-yard line with lee than San Francisco swung into the huddle. The next play," barked Tittle, will be the Alley Oop.1 "I'll be there." said Owens. Yet took the hand-off and aucxea to give l tun to get - back lofted a gentle fly ball away. In the end tone stood David and Jack ChrittUnsesn. in the league. All three Jeaped But Owens leaped highest. Hit bands wrapped around th ball and the touchdown won the game. Eleven seconds remained on tne clock. Owens is a reformed bssketbaB slayer from Idaho Stat. Although he's a midget of only feet 3 inches, he can Jump higher or so they say than either WOt Chamberlain or Bill Russell. It also is said that he can dunk a ball into a basket easier than either. At the sge of 29 this pass-catching wizard may not have at much bounce In him at formerly but be should be ing to watch. Besides, his acquisition enable the Giants to return Joe Morrison to the beckfield. adding atrength to that position. Making a good trad oesy. last's wny King went for Th Giants baye taken a calculated risk In yesterday's shuffles. If they continue to stay lucky, most of these gambles wtu pay orr big. a player from his coaching he can Return to thinking and . . , , s , for McElhenny, the greatest Francisco. It was discovered admiring Red Hickey, th 49er OopT thus was it named. 20 seconds left in tl faded beck. He dodged and oownfieia. Taen th quarter- downfield to target SB yards Owens. Guarding him were Jim the two best defensive becks upward as the bell it . thit lata m the game is far from a high draft choice. V i. ; " i V y,- ...... , f (3V i Dodgers Deal Waning Giants For NL Flaa a Staggering Blow By FRED DOWN UF1 Sports Writer Having already seen to It that there'll be no World Series m Los Angeles this year, the Dodger are out to make sure there'll be none In Ssn Francisco either. ' After losing II of 14 games to their traditional rivals, the Dodgem turned on the Giant Tuesday night to cor a 3-1 victory that dealt San Francisco's waning National League, flag hope a staggering blow. The loss not only prevented the Giants from picking up on the first-place Philadelphia Phillies who bed lost. but also dropped, them into third place behind the' persistant . Cincinnati Reds. FIRST BY SIX . As a result, the Phillies bold first place by six game over th Reds and by V4 over the Giants. It was a particularly bitter .lost for th Giants because It ruined the return to action of 15 - game' winner Juan Marichat. who had been aide lined for a month, arid also ' McGill 5 In another week th college football season arrive.' Next Tuesday the camp open for Ottawa University of th Ontario Intercollegiate Conference and McGill Red-men of, th Senior Jnttrcot-legiat League.;. 'i ''V v J And of msjor Importance to the coaches in th early drills win b getting reedy for th exhibition meeting at Las down Park Sept. 18. Yesterdsy th Ottawa University Booster Club announc ed th Redmen would be at LansdowM- on th 18th to provide the opposition in their second exhibition game pro-motto Last year the Booster Oufc brought in th Toronto Vanity Blue to play Ottawa University and that proved to be aa entertaining evening for a 'turnout of ,000 fans. . Th Booster Club, which last year used proceeds from the Septe 1! 1 ,1 . .0 C.VITS NOT. A SECRET .T.V. McGill aitlaunt coach Tom Moran. seated, talks footbaU strategy during yes-terday't gathering td announce th exhibition gam between McGill Redmen and Ottawa University. He's not giving away any secret becaus looking i are left to right. Fred Kijeck. Otuwa U assisUnt coach. Vine Thompson, Ottawa U beck- fielder and McGill ouarter Glenn SL John. ' " ' ' 1 ' . v ' U-mwm I Hie Wr BiliS e Wt.) cam et the hands of Howie Reed, who won his first ma-jor league game for the Kansas City Athletics in 1958 nd hadn't won another one since. . Reed couldn't quite go ell the wsy but. manager Walt Alston called on Ron . Per-ranoskf to retire Ron Lamer' and Bob Miller to strike out Willi Msys for the final two outs of the gam. Marichal. who yielded ell three Los Angeles runs snd seven bits In five Innings, suffered his sixth loss. Tommy Davis led th Dodgers' 10-hlt attack with three hits, including a sing! that drove in the decisive run In the third inning. LOSE TO BRAVES The Phillies had given the Gisnts a chance to gain a full game by dropping a T-S decision to the Muweuke Braves, the Rede whipped the New York Met 7-2, th St. Louis Cardinal scored a 7-0 13-inning victory over th Pittsburgh Pirates end the Houston Colts nipped the Chicago Cubs 5-w In other National League action. In' the American League, Redmen 4 u Ottawa mber 18 gam to provide student loans to athlete a well a special tuition, expects an even more successful operation this year. Ottawa University, a strong dub last season, will have 22 players back from last year's squad Including all of last years beckfield. Redmen, senior champion 10S2 but hit hard by grado- atkmt since, expect a turnout of 70 under bead coach Bill Sew ley and assistant Tom Moran. '? i . They will have en Ottawa flavor with Glen SL John, th former standout quarterback with Ntpean High School. k tot his second year first string signal-caller. St John, called th bsst iseer in McGUl't history in cluding th America star Tom Skypeck, Is expected to be one of th mainstays of th McGill attack. Baseball AMERICAN LEAGUE Los Argetes. St Kansas City, Chicago. 1; Minnesota, 0, Cleveland, 5; Baltimore, 3. New York, 4; Washington, 1. Detroit, 1.1 r Boston, 6. " " W I- Pet GB Baltimore ... 77 49 .611 Chicago .... 77 SI .602 1 New York . n u mi Detroit 66 63 JJ12 11 Minnesota .. S3 63 .800 14 Lot Angeles 64 66 .482 IS Cleveland .. 61 66 .480 16V, Bottoa 58 60 .457 19 Washington SO 79 .388 28 H Kansas City . 48 78 MX 20 NATIONAL LEAGUE ancinnsti. 7; New York. 2. St. Louis, 7; Pittsburgh. 6. Houston. 5; Chtcsgo, 4. Lot Angeles, 3; San Fran cisco, 1. Milwaukee, 7; Philadelphia. 9-W L Pet. GB Philadelphia . 76 49, .608 Cincinnati .. 70 SS JJ60 Sea Francisco 70 56 .858 6ft St. Louis ... 67 58, .836 Milwaukee ..' 64 60 .516 11 Pittsburgh .. 64 63 JOB 12yj Los Angeles . 41 S3 .492 MM Chicago-.. 37 69 .452 19ft Houston .... 56 71 .441 21 New York . 42 84 .333 34 H INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE - Rochester, ; Syrcas'$4. . V Chicago . shaded Minnesota 1-0. Cleveland topped Baltimore 5-3. New York defeated Washington 4-1, Los Angeles best Kansas City 5-3, snd Detroit out-slugged Boston 11-. Ask Chicago White Sox pitchers to name their best friend and chance are they'll select e OSO-hltter named Ron Hansen. Linescores AMIMCAN LKAOUB WtaMnftoa t e Maw Vac eoeeooeta t e Oetaea, ie, Kim ( rat. Dnmiat ( an Hewar. wr rot (IS-SI. L ottmn (U-tei. ' ctawiaa ... see ess s s i Btiumon . eosiooooo a i Salwil. in I. KeSUhw ) a4 nwiiann; rappu, Haedlx ei aa nmrn, taa S). WP naaw I SUdeUi (3-41. sm Aarie (SUtl. Chaaca (ISthi. WaeMt,tseth. Datrait aeseessee it ie el Swaa .. seeeeseoe e it s MaLaia. 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W L Pet GB Syracuse ... 79 55 ,390 , Jacksonville 79 53 .590 Buffalo .... 70 58 .547 6 Rochester .. 71 61 .538 7 Toronto .... 69 64 J19 t Richmond .. 56 75 .436 20 y, Columbus .. 57 77 .425 22 Atlanta .... 47 85 356 31 Ladies' Team Golf Thursday The annual team matches for the Ethel Ferguson Trophy are acheduled Tbursdey at t b Chaudiero Golf Club. . ' A total Of M swlngeis from Ottawa and area dub will take part m the ladle' matches. The first match is slated to tee-off at I.M a.m. and the final match wlH leave at ll.U a.m.'.-,.'')" Gclf Fqs2rters SPALDING CLUBS of fteduett1 Prcts Hansen is the wide-ranging, 28 -year -old shortstop from Oxford, Neb., who is the backbone of the classy White Sox defence. For thet reason slone, Hsnsen would rate high with Chicago hurlera. . , But there's another reason, too, because Hansen It on of those rare .230-hitters who connects in the clutch snd drives in key runs. He's been doing it all season for the White Sox and he's doing it now in the stretch run of the three-cornered Americsn League pennant race. DRIVES IN WINNER Hsnsen drove In the winning run for the White Sox for the 12th time this season Tuesday night when Al Lopez' popgun bitten shaded the Minnesota Twins 1-0 and crept to within one game of the first - plscs Baltimore Orioles, who bowed to the ' Cleveland Indians 5-3. The New York Yankees also gained ground on the front-runners with a 4-1 triumph over the Washington Senators. Hansen, acquired from the Orioles in early 1963. dealt his former taammstet' pen- nant hopes heavy blow when ' be singled off Al WorthingUM with two out In the -ninth inning to drive in ' Jim Lsndis. Landis and Floyd Robinson had singled off loser Dick Stigman before the right handed pitching Worthington was brought in to face righty-hlttlng Hansen. Juan Pizarro pitched a five-hitter and struck out four for the White Sox to win his 17th game tops in the league. 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