i ! J Belanger Hurls LL One-Hitter Danny Belanger hurled a one-hitter for Dodgers Wednesday to lead hia club to a 9-1 victory over Yankees and aze ft are mart In Ihe. addttlaa te Batk M. Oraan-s torfa Sxl el araaaa. als nranss ft rail. Bhat wttk tap to Bad M law Hitlateapadty. 4 m gos which opened the sea- . . . it's a snowing or Riders only loss and Argos only win this year . . . and in case you forget M, Clair has a reminder ... "it was a sorry sight' Argos haven't looked any part of Grey Cup champions In their last two starts . . . both of them loses to Montreal ... but Clair is not Uk-ing them lightly. "Don't forget" Clair stated "they lead the league In passing.-; I-.feel they have good running and then too they have that good defence." Chuck Killet will start at left half for Riders Tuesday. Ernie White is still on the injured list and his replacement for the first three games. Bill Harris, was found wanting and cut adrift A II Malta IiMtinitta M ' II at taaaamlhiei mm I II AO trses ef rtn II e CeaipMo MMbmcri II It Realal lerttos If I wa H Mimae Batter F'i I . w Carta laiaiaaiii , km aa i a . ' iJ phaae HUGH f.L GRANT Limited tZt Catherine St, Ottawa CE-7105-6-7 Baseball Records AMERICAN LEAGUE WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS Washington 2. New York 0. Los Angeles 5. Kansas City a. ' Detroit 4. Boston 1. Cleveland 3. Baltimore 2. Chicago 2. Minnesota 1. Standings W L Pet GB Baltimore . . 77 50 .606 Chicago .... 78 51 .605 New York . 72 53 .576 4 Detroit 67 63 JIS lift Minnesota .. 63 64 .496 14 Los Angeles. 65 66 .496 14 Cleveland .. 62 66 .484 15VS Boston 58 70 .453 19ft Washington . 51 79 492 27 ft Kansas City. 48 79 .378 29 NATIONAL LEAGUE WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS Philadelphia 8. Milwaukee 1. St Louis 4, Pittsburgh 2. New York 3, Cincinnati 1. Chicago 3, Houston I. Los Angeles 2, San Francisco I. Standings W i Pet. GB Philadelphia 77 49.611 Cincinnati .. 70 56 .556 7 San Francisco 70 57 J51 7ft St Louis Milwaukee , Pittsburgh .. Los Angeles , Chicago .... Houston New York .. 68 58 .540 9 64 61 .512 12ft 64 63 .504 13ft 62 63 .498 14ft 58 69 .457 19ft WJ 72 .438 22 43 84 J39 34ft INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS Jacksonville 8, Richmond 3 Jacksonville 1, Richmond 0. Syracuse 11. Rochester 4. Rochester 8, Syracuse 5. Toronto 4. Richmond 3. " Columbus 5, Atlanta 1. Jacksonville Syracuse .. Buffalo .... Rochester . Toronto ... Richmond Columbus . Atlanta ..- Standing' W L 81 55 80 58 70 59 72 62 70 64 58 77 58 77 47 86 Pet GB .596 .588 1 .543 7ft .537 8 -522 10 .430 22 ft .430 22ft J53 32ft MUST DRINK BEER LONDON (UP!) A new rugby union law was intro duced today by Osterley Rugby Club: All player and referees must drink a pint of beer before their match on the pitch. However, the rule is only applicable on Sept. 13, when ,v . i i m i I i . 24 THE OTTAWA JOURNAL thursdas, totrsT rr, row Riders Stress Defence for Arqo: -. Ottawa Rough Riden worked an liW and a half oa defence Wednesday in preparation for the Toronto Argonaut' visit to Lansdowne Park next Tuetday night.-i . Mike Motolf, a promising quarterback in pre-season was placed on waiver Tuesday and it'll be a while before Riders learn if another team picks up his services. The. boy mentioned that he was Interested in teaching school back in California" coach Frank Clair reported after announcing his placement Sa waivers. A new candidate for a berth at tackle, Monty Day. was also cut Tuesday. So too was Mike Brown, seek-" ing a halfback spot After yesterday's drill Clair bowed the team the movies of Riders last game against square their best-of -three Elm-vale Acres Little League final MrlM at Ann oama a niece. Belanger effectiveness was not confined to the mound as be was also responsible for two of the winner 13 hits. Belanger struck out 11 batters and did not ailow Walk In picking up the win. lAainff hurler Douc Mac Donald was responsible for the Yankees lone n ana nc came muml -to score on an error. rwMin same In the series is scheduled tonight at Vincent oodim e aeo- n Dmia- MacDoaaM aa4 Joey Sim- : ILLinescores Toronto SOO MO 000 13 J i BuVfli oio ooo oo a - Orba. tla . Nlachwtta ( fc, ; and SUna. IUcktl (21, . "Bairia (51. Blrrar "anS Cota- , i man.. WP - Orba. LP Balma. HR CrmL . ..... Roehaatar ' - 000 ". I ; Syracu 414 SOS IV Fnortua. Knechtaw lV. '. fj) and Oriffln: flahar. Duatal ft) ' ' w rtahar. U . Fvrtw. KXI Morthnm, Qmoii. 1 ' S2w eoo mo wo-4 M o H-- I : .... Syracuaa f 101 inO 010 JO 1 - Aoama (41. lean (7). Vvhanlck I f and Mmrrav I Foytaea. ' jtb-hiMmd too oao 0 I - .. Jadtaonvfll. SOS 01 a 1 - Horatara. Famaoa S and . Schmidt: Snlptev, Danrda ) and 1 , i t.HMkl. 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H "d Suten bland eliminated Wiesbaden, Germany, 1-1 to complete first-round play. : The winners, will meet m one semi-final today (Thurs day). The other semi final game will match Mobile, Ala., and Monterey, Mexico, which won first round victories Tuesday. Tachikawa came out on the long end of a tight pitchers' duel that saw the winning run cross the plate on a bases, loaded walk In the final Inning of the. six-inning game. VaUeyfield's Deal Mc Sween, playing for his second year in this series., pitched no-hlt baseball until Tomohiko Saekl singled to left with one out la the last of the sixth. SaeU went to third on a two-base throwing error, by left fielder Pierre Vian. After striking out the next batter, McSween ran into control problems and strategy by manager Roland Boyer failed. McSween walked opposing pitcher Nagatoshi Shimiw, batting third in the lineup, to put runners on first and third. At this point Boyer ordered hi U-year-oId hurler to give an intentional pass to clean up hitter Kunlo Salto to load the bases. .. - The strategy backfired, when McSween threw four straight balls to Siuwmu Koto to force In the game-winning run. - Winning pitcher Shlmru allowed three hit and struck out 11 without walking anyone. Valleyfield, making its fourth appearanceher In six years, failed to advance a runner past second base. Lawn Bowling OTTAWA CLUB Dave Maxwell, skip, and Dave McMillan won the Wednesday night double competition at the Ottawa Lawn Bowling Club. George Parsons, skip, and Ralph Linkletteer placed second while third prise went to Billy Allan, skip and Chip Seety. ON WAIVERS : EDMONTON (CP) End Larry Gergley from the University of Buffalo was placed on waiver Wednesday by Edmonton Eskimos of the Western Football Conference. He arrived here 10 day ago after a try out with Hamilton of the Eastern Conference. r Spedallsts In a Kawar sad Water ; the club holds a charity II NEW! aa aN II iexV mm r rm mm Paul Hamel Wins Stock Car Feature Paul Hamel, from Montreal, won the feature event at Capital City Speedway Wednesday night. Hamel piloted his car to a vic tory with another Montreal driver, Jean Paul Kavanagh, finishing second and Hans Fischer third. Hsmel also was the winner of the first beat finishing In front of Gerard Bellveau and Jean Paul Kavanagh fct that order. However, with only a few more nights of racing remaining, Ottawa's Keith James appears to have the fast Sports man s points title locked up. James didn't pick up any points NEW YORK (UPf) Willie Shoemaker was the leading money winner among jockeys; in 1963. earning more than $2 ft million to purses. UUllOXO)L 6) (pi Blacks. Decker DvmViV.idiDi VTA' Hi FACTORY SERVICE CENTRE IN OTTAWA AT 418 LAURIER AVE..VV. 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