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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 8, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta I THI ItTHMIDOE HIRALD August 1973 The scoreless battle that is Morgan simply broke it up By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Joe Morgan just Irving to get on base somehow and hoping we could score a but he ended up in the Cincin- nati record books Don Gullett of the Reds and Chicago Cubs' Rick Reuschel were locked in a scoreless duel Tuesday night when Morgan strode to the plate in the sev- enth inning. Morgan said he knew Reuschel would be throw- ing a and when it came he smashed it over the right field fence for his 17th homer of the season. That was all Gullett making the run stand up with a two-huter for a 1-0 over the Cubs Morgan's blast tied him with Alex Kamouris of the 1937 Reds for the most homers by a Cin- cinnati second baseman Elsewhere in the National Houston Astros blanked Pittsburgh Pirates New York Mets downed St. Louis Cardinals Los Angeles Dodgers pummeled San Diego Padres 6-1 and Montreal Expos edged San Francisco Giants 2-1. checked Chicago on singles by Don Kessinger in the fourth inning and Jose Car- denal in the seventh. Like Don Wilson of Houston was almost untouch- hurling a four-hitter in the Astros' 2-0 triumph over the Pi- rates pitched a great ball said Nelson who took the loss for Pittsburgh by giving up Roger Metzger's double and Cesar Ceueno's single in the fourth the Martin played under protest Who's on What's on sec- I Don't Know's on third. Detroit Tigers manager Billy Martin could have been part of that famous Abbott and Costello comedy routine as he scanned the Oakland A's lineup for the second game of their American League doubleheader Tuesday eight. didn't know who was scheduled for any of the Oakland defensive or who was the designated hitter. It wasn't a tnck on his said Tricky Dick the Oakland pilot who has been known to play musical chairs with his line-ups just forgot to put the posi- tions said who has been putting positions down on major league line-up cards since 1967 After one Martin marched out to inform the um- pires he was playing the game under protest because there was no way he could tell the designated hitter. Alou came up to Ldndblad was being pinch hit Martin said rule states that the DH has to be announced before the game. I have to know who he is. I can't guess Lindblad could have been the DH. He's a good hitter. Would that make Alou the DH hadn't come to bat so it wouldn't have held Wilhams said of Martin's protest. would have taken my chances on a but Jim Perry pitched a 2-0 shutout against so it doesn't make any difference Perry and John Hiller combined on the shutout. That earned the Tigers a having lost the opener and kept them atop the American League's East Division by a half game over Baltimore Ori- one game over New York Yankees and over Boston Red Sox. only run Wilson needed. Hous- ton added an isurance run in the eighth. The Expos climbed into a vir- tual second-place tie with the Cubs in the closing to within five games of St. Louis and a scant one percentage point of runner-up Chicago. It was Bob Bailey's bat that brought them there. He lined a seventh-inning tie- breaking homer off Tom Brad- snapping a 1-1 tie to give Montreal its fourth straight vic- tory. Steve Renko went all the way for the permitting only three San Francisco one of them Willie McCovey's 19th homer. Rusty Staub singled and John Milner setting the stage for Cleon Jones's two-run single in the third inning and starting the Mets on the way to their victory over St. Louis. The loss prevented the Cardinals from widening their five-game lead in the East Division. Los retaining its four-game West Division lead over the resurgent did all its scoring hi the first two in- nings against the Padres. Steve Garvey drove in three of the Dodger runs with a single and a double. San Diego finally broke a 26-inning scoreless drought in the ninth when Leron Lee hit a bases-loaded averting a third straight Padres shutout. IfllCIQIAC F- fWtr Here's More of our stf Back-to-School Woolco Values Two-Tone Buys Men's Fashion Shoes Walk tall in good looking platforms 4 eye tie Blucher Oxfords feature genuine leather uppers and Vi inch that put you one step ahead in covered sole with fashion heel. 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IF YOU TAKE AWAY OUR LOW PRICES ANDY CAPP TMIS'LL PRI9HTIN THE UIFC OUT Of ITHEONJPlNT'P ff Rodgers' heroics thrill Montreal Als' gathering MONTREAL Ber- was descending the steps rom his box seat at the Autos- ade Tuesday naght after his earn had won its second traight Eastern Football Con- ereuce game to move into sole possession of first place. that Rodgers something verytime he touches the Berger asked a companion Well if you asked most of the fans attending Montreal uettes 21-14 victory over Tiger-Cats what they tiought of they could eply that he was the greatest hing to hit Montreal football nice Sam Etcheverry and Hal 'atterson. Rodgers scored what proved o be the game-winning touch- own in the fourth get- ing in behind defensive half Tim Beamer and grabbing qua- erback George Mira's 45-yard oss. a former winner of Trophy as the best ilayer in U.S. college caught three passes for 90 ris and also ran eight times or 44 yards. SMITH GETS TO His touchdown at 8 39 came ust over four minutes after the Alcuettes had taken a 14-7 lead when Larry their No. 1 ianadian college draft pick two years caught Mira's throw for the first touch- down of the game. Don Sweet converted both TDs and added a pair of field goals and a single. Both field goals came in the first half which ended 6-6. Ian Sunter accounted for all Hamilton's points in the first three quarters with a pair of first-half field goals and a single in the third to tie the score at 7-7. Their lone TD came late in the fourth quarter when Garney Henley grabbed Chuck Ealey's six-yard pass. The which was converted by was set up by Smith's second fumbls of the game. But the fans were willing to overlook the generally dull foot- ball m the first 45 minutes and content to rave about Rodgers. They gave Mm a standing ovation when he bounced up after being tossed rather unce- remoniously in the end zone by defensive half Tim Beamer on the touchdown play. enthusiasm of the fans makes up for the big crowds I was used to when I played col- lege football at Rodgers said. don't have time to count the fans when you're out on the field but cheering sure lets you I know they're there. 1 know there were some of my fans from Nebraska here as well There're real true fans so I expect there may be some of them at every game I play this Rodgers had to share some of the spotlight with John a man Winnipeg Blue Bombers let go and the Als quickly snapped up. Harvey carried the ball nine times for 107 yards and ran 66 yards in the first quarter on the first play after Sunter's opening field goal to set up Sweet's first three-pointer ALS HOLD EDGE Montreal had a huge edge with 420 yards total offence compared with 290 for the visitors. Montreal gained 225 yards rushing and Mira clicked on 11 of 22 passes for 195 yards. Hamilton's Chuck Ealey -was good on 17 of 30 passes for 222 yards but the Cats could only muster 68 yards along the ground. didn't execute said Hamilton coach Jerry Wil- liams before hopping on the team bus. that The loss was the second in less than a week for the defend- ing Grey Cup champions against who play their next game against the Ar- gonauts in Toronto next Wednesday night. which has never been able to win a game in 11 appearances at the including an EFC playoff game against Ottawa in play the Rough Riders in Ottawa next Monday. MONTREAL 11 HAMILTON 14 HAM 15 48 First downs Yards rushing passing Net offence Passes made-tried Interceptions-yards Punts-evg yds Fumbles lost Penalties-total yards 290 1730 1-14 0 0 1-40 4-40 MTL 19 225 420 1122 22 5-28 7 M McQuay wants trade TORONTO Leon controversial but tal- ented running back who was suspended Saturday by Toronto Argonauts of the Canadian football said Tuesday iie would welcome being traded. Toronto would be like breaking chains that are weighing me down. I told Elauch coach John he can trade me if he doesn't understand the way I McQuay said I want to find out is if I'm suspended just to keep me from playing somewhere else in Canada. I'd go out west to play Rauch wouldn't elaborate on his statement that McQuay was suspended for i n- His place in the Argos lineup will be taken by Marv Kendricks in Toronto's opening home game of the Eastern Football Conference against Ottawa Rough Riders tonight. The suspension of the Argos' star stemmed from an incident during practice last Saturday when McQuay had a brief fight with linebacker Dick Aldridge and cursed offensive Una coach Rod Homenuik. whole thing has been blown out of McQuay said. was like a fight during practice that can happen to anyone. said something to me and started moving at me. I didn't wait. I let him have one in the head and that was it. Nothing Who else but PRAGUE The U.S. Collegiate selection Tuesday won the fifth international bas- ketball tournament for the Let- na Cup when it defeated Czech- oslovakia 102-81 in their last match Canada beat the Moscow team 87-75 in the second game Tues- day and placed second in the over-all standings. Czechoslovakia was third and the Moscow team fourth in the final classification. Phil Tollestrup of who finished third high- est scorer in the again led the Canadians to vic- tory with 22 points. Lars Han- sen of B.C. had 16 and George of Toron- to 12. 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