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The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 16

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r""r - . - .. - v - : . . 16 ; - ' : .... Dodder Sor Run Twins , For Victory By TIM MORIARTy t IfPI Sports Writer".. Are ie'Loji Angeles Dodgers ' trammgijor' the start ot another baseball "season or for the Olympic track team? . 'That's what the-Minnesota Twins were asking-.yesterday after the world champions literally ran circles around them in scoring a 7-3 victory at Vero BeachrFta; ; -.,. The Dodger "sprinters" collected five of -their 15 hitsori drag bunts, stole four bases and clicked off five successful hit-and-run . p i a y s. ' Dashman Maury Wills was in mid-season form . as he awed the Twins with a double two bunt singles and a stolen base. '':. ". A three-run -burst by the Dodgers ' in ,. the third , inning featured .a successful drag bunt bV Wills,- a sihg,lebv Tommy Davis, a sacrifice fly by Ron Fairly and three stolen bases. Three bunts, .including a safety squeeze by . pitcher Larry Sherry, helped the champs add a pair in the sixth. - Sherry turned in his top performance f. lhe Spring b limiting the Twins, to one .hit -over-the final fouMnmngSri- Tracy Stallard.of the New' Yurk Mets turned in the Spring's first victorious com-' ptete game by blanking the Cincinnati Reds. 3-0 on six hits. The . fast-balling ."- righthander struck out eight, walked only one and didn't allow a '' : . Exhibition . . i ' y AT " VSRO BEACH. rL.. Minnesota . 001 I tO 0OO 3 I Loa Angelea 023 03 00x1 1J 3 - Stanfe. Siebler (' and Battey. McCabe (4i; Miller. Sherry (8i and Camillt Vkr Miller . U-Sung :. AT T. PEILRSBI RG. I LA. Philadelphia 000 500 000 T - 1 1 St Lou i (WO 10t 40x a I oooer. ureen. - Klippiein (ii and Dalrvmpie. Corralea 18' Taylor. Huniphnea (4i. Lemav i and Rickeit . W -Humphries- L . Green. HRa Herrmtein. Lan 8i T FORT .MYERS. Fl.A. Baltimore : 010 000 003 4 9 Pittahurgh 000 000 800 O 2 0 . Robert. Haddix (S and OrUmo 'Brown' it: Friend and Pagliaronl W Roberta L Friend. HR Brandt. . . . , . . AT -LAKELAND. FLA. , . New York . 000 400 000 4 4 Detroit 100 000 010 3 ' Daley. Meyer (Si and Blanchard; ! Regan. Egan i8) and Fwhan W j uaicy . Lr negan. nna: ivudck Blanchard.. .. -: .- i. AT WEST PALM. BEACH. FLA Chicago tAi V10J 000 0003 3 Milwaukee 0I0 04O00X 5 7 1 . Mottle. Golden 4, Eatavia 7i Greenwood Results TORONTO Trot reauiU Irom Greenwood Raceway. First SoOO. Trot, 7 furlongs: Elvis iPalmert, 1 3 00 OO,-a 00; Bishop Song Varcoei. 4 50. 3 30; Victoria Van iHiU). 3 80 Time. 154 Stormy Lee C. Intrigant. Avon. Van Bara, Gar Frisco also started. Second t-MM). Pace. 1 furlongs: Dartes Patrick iL'Heureuxi. 3 70. 3 80. 3 10: Duchess Canuck iDami, 8 40. J40T Tar Chips (Lockharti. 8 00 Time. IK Dell Humea.' Ambrose Abbe. - Fedor a Boy,- Gold Chipv Pinetree Dale also started. Pally Double: sod 4. I4.J. Third O0. Paoa. 7 furlongs: Meadow Harvester (Well wood i. 4 10. 3 40. 3 70: Betty Ogden iThompsom. 14 80. 8 10: Alex Smith -1 Oswald i, 3 80. Time. 158 1-? " i - 3 ''.J- rn's Memory. Ma 1.1-1. r . Murdock. Betty Be'h, I alx tartrd . Fourth $800. Pace. T furlongs: Baron-Adtoe iMunroei. 14 60, 3 70. 4 0. Fatherland iGordoni. 3 30, J70: Henra Volo C iHayesi. 4 80 Time, l S3 Blonde Lady. Patriotic, American Girl A . Irish Direct C . Rita M Reno also started " -Fifth fion. Trot, T fttrmngst Whiaby Pat (Madilli, 37 60. 13 10. 6 40. Rascal Sandy (Coket. 3 00. 3 30. Tonto Ranger iBettlich. 3X0 Time. 1 58 3-3. Lusty McKinney, Pnde s - CmMinf . Denny Barnes. Dervish, Bud Phonograph also started: . Sixth ' 81.000. Parc. miktn'dh Tom Tally iHaeai. 4 30. 4 lp, 3 30; dh-Sllver Laird- Holmesi. ' 4 00, 4 30. 3 90: Mighty Stein McNiitti. 4 10 Tim. 3.10 1-S Armbro-Ada-nac. ' Pinel Ridg Danny. TopHeel. Brother Dillon 8. also staffed dh dead heat for first ' f Qnlnrila: 1 and 7, ll i 1 and I, ll St. Seventh 00. Pace, -1 furlongs: Pat Forbes i Holmes . 4 40, 3 30. 3 40: Gay Aiteen (Wellwoodi, 4 00. 3 30: Mr O Baninn '(Beltlirhi. 4 30 Time. 1 W 3-5 Union Chjef. Holly-rood Richard. Prince ' Cannon. Nancy Scott, Donna a Frankle also atarted ' Eighth 1. 000. Invitation Pace, mile; Billy Bayama (Fllloni, )0 80. 4 70. 4 00; a-June Dale China (Harvetti. 4 70., 9 70: a-Dox Dal (Crrmai, 4 40. 8 70 Time, 3 00 3-3J. Judy Chief O. Angelic Wick, Sto- ,iim Burke. Highland Girl. Ben Canuck. Armbro Elaine,' Juliana Herbert also started .a Dr. L. K. Karyett entry. Ninth 4600,- Pace. 7 furlonce-Direct Johnny TllionK 8 00, 8 00. 3 20; Roberta Teas Cokei. 8 00. 4 30: Sam Hy C i Wellwoodi.' 3 30. Time. 1 54 1-5: Dickie B. Indiana-tion. Rpft're Grattan. Direct Saint. Ruth Hal S . also started , Attendance 5.336; mutuels 1280,-31 ; . r r j jS I inters Picking by Pin Works Fine LOMDOry W Ten men shared $112,000 Wednesday thanks to a 16-year-old girL The money came from a (.winning one-penny (1.6 cents) "bervon the British soccer The men were searching for the teams to name rm the-coupon when Arthur Drain, 37-year-old bachelor, suggested: "Let Brenda pirklhe-Jeams out with .a pin.' So Brenda -. Van. I-eeri Drain's. 16-year-old piece, tabbed away with the pin. Result:, $112,000. . ; The men work at a power; station near London. They average $70 aweek.' Said Drains-Well. Brenda won for us so we'll have to give her a share." pr- : T THE OTTAWA JOURNAL THURSDAY, APRIL 2, 1954 - I fter yesterday play . 22 teams are nnu priivfltp into frim events to; (eminence knock out, competition fta - four; trophies. '.-.'-.. WKSTijSGHOt Sli Cilln. Oil ' l$-ei: Thomas. Oil 14-lc; Cray. Victoria 4-li; Amos. Churchill i4-t-i. Aou.Ott (4-1; Turner. Victoria 4-li; Denney. pit. 3-3i; Salmon. Ott. i3-i.; , , , Journal . . ' " T , mmm n .11 r . . i i WEIGHT . , 1 1 Evant. jfrn (il-3; Hahkon. , ; gg : -v. . v .-. . . c- s -a. v.-xa.. . i i i r t e i : . '64 Comet - for people who " ' I J ' - - : s- v- :.. - ;- ,,......, - ' - -': ...v.. . : -' :.--..-''., - i . . ; -:- :'r w ' " , - - - . - - .1 ; - -. '-Lr , V- ' " : -- 1 ' 1' y . i - jr.. - ... ... ' S VJV f ' -'.'' V f'S .. ; : : ' . t vCvW- ' ' ' :? 'v Vvr .' ' ; " v.- ; ti Y. .njfjpv7 , v.-.V : " .. .. Cincinnali runner to reach sec ond base. V; ' The Mets scoied all . their runs in the 'first five innings off rookie' southpaw John Fla vin. It was the Reds' fifth straizht loss and their. 10th in 17 exhibitions. , , Bob Friend also, went the route for the Pittsburgh Pirates but dropped a 2-0 verdict to the Baltimore Orioles. Robin Roberts faced only .22 batters over' the first seven Innings and stoBtied the-Pirates with two ' singles. Harvev Haddix Blanked his old Pittsburgh mates iri the last two frames. The Milwaukee Braves won their 10th straight game against Americaa League opposition by riding Hank Aaron's fifth home run. of. the training season to a 5-3 triumph over the Chicago White Sox. 1 - r Hwever, the other half of the. White Sox "split.', squad j emerged with a 12-7 victory j nver the Washington Senators.) on a seven-run rally in the eighth inning. Charlie Maxwell drove in . four . Chicago ' runs with a tnpleand a single. ' In other exhibitions, the St. Louis Cardinals.' etteedthe Philadelphia Phillies. 6; the New York. Yankees downed the Detroit Tigers. 4-2; , -the. .Los Angeles Angels scored a come-back-I-7 victory over the San Francisco Giants, and the Chicago Cubs .turned .back the Boston Red Sox. 8-7. . Baseball and McVtrtne'y: Lemaater. Hoeft (3i. Nierko and Bailey. L'ecker ,7,. w Hoeft. L Golden. KR-r-Aaron AT TAMPA. FLA. NY (M - t no 030 0OO 3 10 0 Cincinnati :.. 000 000 0000 S J gtallard and . -Taylor; -Flavin.! Worthington i. Formclea if . and EdwaTda W . SUIUrd L Flavm A-r POMPANO BEACH. FLA'. Chicago -(At '00 030 070 J 11 3 Washington 420 000 001 T 11 I ' Talbot. Howard 3i. Locker Fither iBi: and Carreon: Ducl6' worth. Chenev (8i.i Ridslk, )! Rudolph, (ft and- Brumley. ' w aon. Hunt. i .- , , . . AT iStlA. ARIZ. ; . Boaion . -r 003 100310-T II 3 Chicago iTii 400 031 OOx 13 ' 1 Morehead. Heffner it. Radatl (Ti. Lamah (i and Tillman; Norman. Toth.di and Ranew W Norman L M or ahead. HRa Stuart. Ranew. ., AT PHOENIX.: ARIZ. Trtnciaro 141 001 000 1 11 1 Bellmky. Dultba 7 and Rod- Jr'eawins Campus y. Collection Here'a arnart, aiWk gtylin that Him any calmpua ward-, rohe. Wear Vm'for drea or m r 'em to fJaaa . . . thsjy'M" lightweight and handaotna. Pedwtn hringa ymt th kind ' ci anoaj aeaign uii aeey ""i I growing- in popularity, nrofrrp hy and aa aD oar Pdwin v!el. IHOI STORES . Avallakla Only at 142 SPARKS St. -BILLINGS BRIDGE and CARUNGWOOD ' SHOPPING PLAZAS iki ." 004 001 4iiwia io l grrs: nenniev. ursen '71 ins nil- . ler W Belinskv. L Larsen. HRal Thomaa 1 3... Simpson, Deea.'Ca-; IPeda. - ... .AT COCOA, FLA. . - Oklahoma ' C. 000 000 000 0 -'t-3 Houston 00lOAO3x I 31 ' 1 I' Hickman. Droit 1 3 and Davis; Johnson. Bohannon i9 and Grot.' W Johnson. L Hickman. ' SCARBOROUGH Maine (UPDr During the 1963 meet- in the order of their, post post- tions. It was the first time It happened at the track in 13 f ..'T.2-99-- f AV. ' v ; ' "S, v HRs Robin-1 1 ; 1 4 ' . '' - -'- :; i .:-;:; v ; - - '- I ' ' 'v . -- -i-.wv. -T i -y-?- . ' J ' " 1 i i ' " " ' ' n " ' - I .. ' . ' . ' ' ''. ! '.'."? . I l i M TTsaajgaisaiii i, mi ' j ' ;' '"'' ? " ' ' -4 " j iS" ' ' " 'aifrtf ' '. SSIaBaW.-'-- -C ': "'"Vv; i'. "-'"--'':: ;t---.."i ' j I f iis';'',iliiii,. ' "''''-'- t; V ',..' V- .. ?-. 1 , I S &Ty-X''--k , h'.l.:;.; VVV . '.- v-f-- J . Tf fi- - , fa.rT7 q-' 'V-- v H . '" -' 'C"-f "ri--f. ing.t.rtoroughDowMthe:-- ! fc tU IvJ I ctTvuVrrV- t .1 V. . -V ' -v-::,Wl3fn ' ; . U; - J-fV .r rSSr ' ; :J 4UvVi:i- - ' - ( 'w- ' ' ' ' sw'lo- . .1 k..- . v vwA ' '-A': : , "f " x.. . : f '!T'J'HWto ' " tiCa-Jl. : : - - - b -. , pje : sa I 23 " illustrflted Qi heme ComrtiMc. : " ' I ' ' i "'' ' ' -'- " - ""i '"" jj ' " Fun; is . Appreciating (Thtf-spirfted .styling enthusiastic.) the-sleek lines and proud stance of a thoroughbred. of Comet reflects the personality of its owner active, Fun is ajlull-gallop across the country-side (Give a spirited Comet its head youye teyer experienced so much verve with so little effort.) " . Fun is giving free-rein to your impulses and just going anywhere, anytime. (The eager Comet is always ready to go, a most care-free compjmion.) ' 'v - Fun is the exhilaration' of a magnificent horse responcting -loyour.ftyry" whim and command. (Comet's -power is immediate Comet's handling, obedient.) ttH . - r" - " Fun is a visit to fun can be). 4S GillisWinsSixthStm Doug - Gillis of Ottawa, remained unbeaten after-the.third day's play in the eighth annual RCN bonspiel. f. . .. ITS "came up5 with wins 'asainst previously undefeated; Bob Gray, of Victoria 10-6, and also Norm Denney of Ottawa. 10-8jtosjrjcjL-hts-string to six straight. With his victory over Ga'y, Gillis won the Lavallev Trophvrf It will be'presentefl annually to the unheal 'temrrvat the; conclusion of the. ive-game pre-limmarv round 'robin. . '; LEADS 1L , , CLEVELAND (UPI) Cv'e- land-utficlder Vic Dawialilo led tKe "Iniei hdTTpnal l eague in hitting ;in 1062 with - a J16 average. ; . , ; 1 ;;'. X,Pr I 7 af - . . . - . .-..v'- ' -e. -----..v.'.V-"?-s--:.,-'-vr.v your Mercury dealer (to discover how economical ROSS' ' CanSeron. Hal; Trepanler air this "IGlnue Corn: Harper, pit; MacGillivray, Olt; Baldwin. Church; Crai. Win; Huff. Church.' '.Maynord, With. 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