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The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 12

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7ff 12 THS OTTAWA JOURNAL FRIDAY, AOOCST 38. liM 15 Magic Number for Phils To Win 1st Flag Since '50 By FRED DOWN ' UPI Sporti Writer Eighteen shapes up today' ha maair numttfr which will nbl the Philadelphia PhlV1 let to win their first National league pennant tine 150. Just U victories in their renaming 31 games ' a mere MO pare will five th Phillies IS wins. for the season and mean that either the second-place Cincinnati Reds or the third place San Franc 1 s c o Giants would have to play better than .709 ball to. win tha flag. Assuming the Phillies wm half their Reds remaining games, the will have to take 2 of Linescores NATIONAL I.CAGt'I rranctoeo DOR ono 0 S3 Miiwauk eoe eo in u te t B1H ahaw (It. Rregenser ie and Haller. Crandall S. fltcher le-i and Rail. L HAin HRS Carty iltthi, Maya itthi. AMERICAN LIACtlt Dttrsit on i ooo iso-nS. e I Baitnn . eol Its one 4 l t Sparma. Tax it). Navarre . Gladding (St and Freehan: La mah.. Redatz t and Tillman. WP fiw IS-Ji. 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I 3BI Laorier Av. W. !. . asx-iTts ' S White Dress, V shirts! :r" 3.79 a v I far 1IJB ' I Tip Top I rartR -.-l'" ; let Saarks Stfaat '''f I Westfate Skasatag Ceatra I SAVE -SAVE SAVE 1 LUMBER t Preacott Hwy. at Clearvlait ly' v OBALTTf their Isyt 31 av bristling .722 pace to reach M victories. The Giants' chances would be even more remote because they would have to win It of their last 34 game a .7U pace to edge out the Phillies. LACK DRIVE National League history Is filled with glorious -garrison finishes but the fact of the matter is that neither the Reds or the Giants look like they can stage a late drive. The Reds are a .sm team as they head into the final phase of the campaign and he Giants are no better than .547 club. The Giants lost another op portunity lo gain ground, on the Idle Phillies Thursday night when ihey were smothered, 13-0. by the Milwaukee Braves and suffered their third straight defeat. Beaten by the Dodgers in Los Angeles or Wednesday night, the Giants played like team that had travelled halfway across the country overn I g h t as they were overwhelmed by Hank Fischer's three-hit pitching and a It-hit attack. Rico Carty and Woody Woodward, two rookies who are giv Jane Richardson Tops Junior Field Young J ant Richardson, a toller with only three years ex perience, captured 'her second straight girl district golf title yesterday at the Royal Ottawa Golf Club. . wa.- ' . ' 1 ?" 2S .JANE RICHARDSON The 17 year .eld Mitslsjippl Golf Club iwinger carded 03 to lead tha field in the annual Ottawa District. Junior G I r I Championship. Runner up was Colten Stimp- son of tha MandSrtey Golf Club with an even 100 blow Mit Richardson had nine of 47-W over the par 71 Royal layout. First low net honor went to Ruth Derrick, a 15-year-old Royal Ottawa belter who had a net 71. ' Low gross in the 14 and under class wa won by Alison Murdoch of tht Larrimac with a 114. -- , ;. --J And low net in the 14. and under went to Kay Clalrmonte of Gatineau with an St. Following the tourney there was a putting and driving contest. Rot Ann Maley from Smith' Fall won the putting title and Miaa Richardson, dis playing some of the talent that earned her the loumameat title, won (he driving contest. Mrs, G. Hutchison, t egt r n a- ment chairman, also announced he winner of the teem title in junior this year. It went to Larrimac followed by Gatineau. SPEED-O-MATIC CAR VASII MARINE DIVISION END OF THE SEASON " CLEARANCE! ' BOATS K0T0nS BOAT TRAILERS MERCURY and WEST BEND MOTORS Big Reductions! !68 Montreal Rd, Eastview 743-2133 , BALL or ROLLER BEARINGS , , . availaM ta Ottawa at . SCSIF CAPITAL BEARING & TOOL SALES LTD. TBI Somerset St W. 133-1748 Will ing the Braves their impetus too little and too late, each drove in four runs to make it easy (or Fischer to score lilt loth win of the season. Lee iMaye and Hank Aaron each had three hit for lh Brevet. The San . Frnrisco-Milwuke game was -the only scheduled Nttonf League game. In the only American League games the Minnesota Twin downed the Chicago White Sox S-2. the Detroit Tigers topped the Bos- ton Red Sox M and the Lo Angeles Anels defeated the Kan sas City Athletic 7 1. Baseball Records AMERICAN LEAGUE THURSDAY'S RESULTS Lot Angeles 7, Kama City Minnesota S, Chicago 3. Detroit S, Boston 4. (Only games scheduled.) Standings W .L Pet GB Baltimore . . 77 90 .60 Chicago .... 76 S7 .600 V, New York .. 72 S3 .578 4 Detroit 68 3 .SIB 11 Minnesota ..MM .SIM WA Lo Angeles . M .500 I3U Cleveland ... S3 88 .484 IStf Boston.. 09 II .SOU ZD. Washington . SI 7B J92 37 Kansas City . 48 80 J7J 29 , NATIONAL LEAGUE ' THURSDAY'S GAME Milwaukee 13. San Francisco 0. . . ' Staadint ':.; W L Pet GB FhiUdtlphia 77 48 .811 ' Cincinnati .. 70 58 .55d T San-Francisco 70- SB M7 B ' St. Louis ... 88 SB -50 B Milwaukee .. 85 Bl Jilt 13 Pittsburgh .. 84 83 .504 I3U Lot Angeles . 3 83 .498 14 U Chicago .... SB 89 .457 ltd notutoa .... sa 73 .438 23 New York .. 43 14 J38 J4tf INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE THURSDAY'S RESULTS Buffalo II, Toronto 3. Rochester 3, Syracu 0. Atlanta 3. Columbus 2, Jacksonvill 4. Richmond I. i SUadiag . W L Pet GB JackaonvlII , 83 53 -.589 , Syracuse .... AO 57 .584 2 Buffalo 71 SB .MS 7 Rochester .. 73 62 Ml 8 Toronto .... 70 65 .518 II Richmond .. SB 78 .426 2314 Cofumbu ... SB 78 .426 23 1 Attanta 48 84 J57 32 V4 Brennan's Enter Softball Finals Brennan't Hilt won the deciding gamet of their bt-f- threa Senior Ladies Softball Leagut semi-final series by a IB-1 acor ever Policewoman at MeNabb diamond Thurtday i nignt. ' Tha victory tend Brennan't into tha finals against Reuben's in a best-of-five series for the large till which opens Monday Bight at Fisher Park diamond, Lynn Nelson pitched the win for Brennan't last night with Gayle Foisy tha catcher. Jean-ett Dumals was the losing hurl- er and Carol Abel the catcher, Taste the difference... ' : , I: Costal ?; " , , DT Dlttllled tor Crystal Clear Purity and Smooth nsa . Delicious m long, coot cotlint and tonics. '. '"v t ' -,! FJtrs vnooth, t-ven in the driest martini. Enjoy Crystal Ola M tonight a London Dry of extra ran ne ment. i HIRAM WALKER A BOMS UMITED WALKERylLU CANADA , WAlKEItS ttmnt KnwtKAU Ex-Cowboy Leads In $200,000 Open Fires Record 65 George Archer, a ' lis-foot-lix ex -cowboy playing his first year on tha pro tour, uncorked a record flv - under par 6S Thurtday and took a thre-ttrok lead in th opening round of th 3200,000 world golf championship. Th game's greatest players were left in hi wak at tha grinning itringbean from Gil-roy, Calif., knocked la five birdie over th final nine hole for a finishing 31 that erased th Oakland Hill course record of 7 set by Ben Hogao 13 year ago. Only four player were abla to crack the 33-35 70 par of the rugged course on th outskirts of Detroit It was generally a bad day for tha big nam stars favored to grab th S3S.O00 flrtt prize. Bruce Devlin, a skinny professions! from Melbourne, Australia, wat In second place with a 68. followed by Richard Sikes. of Springdale, Ark., another rookie pro, and 41 -year-old Jack Burk. tied at 88. . Matters champion Arnold Palmer slammed out of th rough and sank a 20-font birdie putt-on th final i hoi to gain a tie with a cluster of nearly a dozen at even-par 70, v Other prominent . in the International Bald of 1SS from 14 countries didn't far so well. - . British Open king Tony Lenta,, sneezing and w hearing from', a bad cold, registered a 72 and finished almost In a state of cetlapee. EDMONTON (CP) - Saskat chewan ' Roughrlders and Edmonton Eskimos wilt both attempt ' to end thrts gam losing streaks tonight will they meet in a Western Football Confaronc gam war. . RoughrMars have been de feat twka by British Columbia Lions and. one by Calgary Stampeders after two quick victoria. Edmonton has lost all three of its 1N4 game two to Calgary and one to Win nipeg Blue Bombers. Despite a dismal Edmont a record, Saskatchewan ctck Bob Shaw was careful Thurt day not la underestimate k i t opposition. 'Wa don't like to look mort than (am ahead." b taid. They (Eskimo) will b bun- I-7- . i- But Shaw predicts kit c I a b will mtrga from Hs slump. $150,934. Awarded - Sports Bodies (By TV CP) GrsRtt to-ulling $15,J4 hav been awarded to 13 national sport organizations under th fitneet and amateur (port program, H wa announced Thursday Right Th Canadian Amateur H o c k y Association received 131.171 toward eh cost of send ing a team to th world hockey championship . in Finland la March, INS. ' . Th Canadian Amateur Ski Association received S3M4 to assist in holding alpine en country and Jumping school and clink, and to send a team to the 1HI U.S. ski champion ships, i.:.. . Other major grants Include The Canadian Soccer Football Association, I11.3M lor coach ing clinics and for a national championship: Canadian Ama teur Basketball Association, SMM to conduct .Ht Canadian senior A mea't and women's championship; Canadian Olympic Association, M.S0 to fi nance th cost of a national sports medicin committee. , SETS RECORD SARATOGA SPRINGS. NY CAP) - Kelso, th U.S.' hers of th year for th last four years, tied th U.S. record for I'i miles on grata Thursday ta galloping to a I'i-tentth victory hi the f,SM Mechanicvill purse at Saratoga. " OU!NCAlLLCR!C HAR0VYARC COMPANY . ClOltB MOKDAT mm August 8.M A.M. to IM 9M. FRIDAY NIGHTS TIL 8 Tkt Staea at awraaaal Semce" 122 IMbi Jt 233-5601 , , , FRIZ PARKING aae. Beaeeeer aa Mtckataa Bobby Nichols. U S- PGA champion, shot a 73, while Jack Nicklaua, th year's leading money winner, scrambled in with a 73. First-round leader at Hills Country Club course: ' Gor Archer .... 34-3163 Bruc Devlin 33-33-68 Jack Burks 33-3368 Richard Sikes .... 36-3368 Jerry Steeltmith , . 33-3570 Bob Harrison 48-3470 Jo Campbell .... 36-34-70 Kal Nagl .k 37-3370 Howi Johnson . . 34-3670 Ed PurgrJ 36-3470 Dsv HiU ........ 36-3470 Arnold Palmar .... 33-3370 Bill Caspar .. 36-3470 Don January 38-3470 Kermtt Zariey .... 33-3671 Donald Sawetens .. 36-3571 Mason Rudolph ... 33-3671 Juan Rodriguez ... 33-3671 Pet Brown ....... 36-3571 George Baver 33-3871 Peter Butler 34-3771 Canadian acores: ' Al Balding, Toronto 36-3773 Wilf Homenuik, Winnipeg, 37-3774 Alvie Thompson, Willowdale. Ont. 39-3873 George Knudson, Toronto ,A 33-4073 Prank Whlblay. ' Waterloo, Ont ..'38-38 76 Nick Weslock. . , " .Burlington, Ont. 37-4171 Mo Norman. . - Kitchener, Ont V 37-44 Bl Bin Wright Jrv j " Edmonton - .'. 42-41 M Eskies and Riders Seek to End t Streaks "1 said at the start of th season I'd be happy with three wint and three lossat after playing tig games la tht Brat 14 days." Final gam la that strtoh la tonight's. . ' , ; Eskimo coach Neill 1 A r av strong has spent several day trying ta locate "toopnoles la a Saskatchewan defence a I i g a-ment that ha remained rugged despite three recent lot sea. Eskimo hav scored only 7J point la their three loaaa. That's not enough," said Armstrong, who will insert three new face into th lineup. S . IITAILISHID IN 1B0B r ER. FISHER LTD. I 113-118 PAKKS STMIT C I S OTTAWA CANADA f I t tRANCH 8TOt8 S I S tRAjaRMaooO BtLLReoB Benooaj AWNAAAAAAAA,AAAAA . Wi Invite Yea to Hjyi a Niw S1C0 Fall Salt Mada-to-lliasuri F011 JUST $79 NOW! 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