Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 11, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
10 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Monday, June 11, 1973 Koosman appears alone, not getting any support By THK C PRESS Jfi'O Koosman is about to sue the New York Mets for non- support. 'Vou couldn't blame him. really. "I've bad only three luns to work with in "the last four said the Mets" left- hander. Sunday was worse and he lost I 4-0 to Los Angeles Dodgers. "I m having the same prob- lem that Tom Seaver had for us earlier in the said Koos- man. referring to a stretch this season when the Mets scored only two runs in four games for j their ace right-hander. Koosman started out as New ork s hottest pitcher with five straight but then cooled off with five straight losses In other delplua unleashed a 11-hit at- tack Sunday to beat San Diego. The pitcher also had three singles and a double- to end an O-for-30 drought at the plate "They just threw me fastballs and that's all I can said Twitchell, 5-2 -4- Ted Simmons drove in three runs lead St. Louis to its opening game victory over At- lanta. Roric Harrison allowed only one hit and slugged a home run before leaving for last inning relief help, leading Atlanta over St. Louis in the second game So just who is this Kemp? i MOSPORT. Ont (CP1 A virtual unknown in car racing League i Charlie Kemp of Jackson, games, Houston Astros whipped] MISS diove his turbo-charged Pittsburgh Pirates 7-1, Chicago Porsche to victory Sunday in Cubs stopped Cincinnati Reds 9- j the opening race of the Cana- 7. Montreal EXDCS tummed San Francisco Giants 7-6; Phila- delphia Phillies blanked San' Diego Padres 11 0 and St Louis Cardinals defeated Atlanta Braves 4-3 m the firs-f game of a double-header before the second. 5-2 EXPOS BEAT Satin day results weie- At-. lanta 8, St Loais 2 New York i 4. Los Angeles 2 Philadelphia i San Diego 1 Cincinnati S, j dian-American Challenge Cup series. Tne eld diiver, gave up the stock brokerage business for lacing, vicn 000 Accessory money added another to "his take It was an unspectacular lace and Kemp drove it in unspec- tacular stvle. Accidents and mechanical ninth place in an old McLaren. The only other Canadian starter, David Saville-Peck cf Victoria went out of the race early with a variety of mechan- ical troubles in his Olds-pow- eied Costello. Donchue, tipped to win the i ace with his well-prepared Porsche, exchanged the lead Scheckter during the first fne laps. Then he ran into ti ouble. Ke damaged his bodvwork when he collided with a McLaren duven by Jim Butcher of Kalamazoo, Mien. THEC6ILIN1 Brewers close, two games out By TI1E ASSOCIATED PRESS Del Crandall isn't a math- ematical wizard. But the man- ager of Milwaukee Brewers can add one and one and the result will come out two. Two games out of first place, that is. "We're getting much better pitching than we did at the start of the year and we're a'so getting the timely Crandall said Sunday. "When you put the two to- gether, it can add up to a win- 15 streak The Brewers' streak is a Sport of all sorts troubles plagued such favorites That t hlm m the pits bnefly as Mark Donohue of he cam0 Chicago -T Montreal 9, San Square. Pa George Follmei of, "spoiled" the aerody- T-I _ __ -I 1 i 1_ At _ 1- IT T__1. namics of his car and he was unable to regain the lead Scheckter was foiced out of i race about a third of the through when a tue went Francisco b and Pitlsbuigh 4, Houston 1 Kuosman gave up a home lun to Joe Ferguson in the second inning and it turned out to be aU the support Claude Osteen ncpfied Osteen set the Mets down on three hits the rest of the way to record his first shut- out of the season. I probably had my best con- tiol all jeai- today." said Os teen after improving his record to 1-" Fciguson drove in another run, his 46th Ui.s season, with a Arcadia. Calif, Jod> Scheckter of South Afuca and Jackie Oli- of London. England Kemp had little thought ot winning and actually cut the i boost on his turbo-chargci tn, gasoline and a pit'113-- stop. WANTED TO FINISH I v, as aware that I had enough gas for 88 laps" he said. "But I was conccrred about finishing so I turned the boost down But with Donohue sev- enth after starting at the pole SAVAGE STILL CRITICAL INDIANAPOLIS car driver Swede Savage re- mained in critical condition in hospital Sunday with burns and other injuries received in a fiery crash daring the May 30 Indianapolis 500 The Santa Ana, Calif, driver crashed against an inside re- taining wall on the 50th lap Another driver. David (Salt; Walthcr of Dayton. Ohio, who crashed in the fn st start of the ram-deiaved race 23, re- mained m serious condition at the University of Michigan burn centre at Ann Arbor. ginning today. Kansas City Royals' officials said Saturday. The 40th all-star game, match- ing the best players of the American and National Leagues as selected by a vote of the fans, is set for July 24 in Kan- sas City. single in a two-run ninth _ cruised gcross Cesar Cedeno knocked in five F v runs with two homers, leading Houston over Pittsburgh Ce- deno hit a two-run homer in the first innning and a three-run shot in the ninth Two home runs by Rick Mon- day and one each bv Pat Bourque and Ron Santo pow- nod Chicago past Cincinnati Monday, who hit only 11 homers all last year, hit a solo shoe in i treal in the fust' inning and a two-run McLaren and the finish line and was clocked at an erage speed of 108 645 miles an hour for the 197 miles, 80 laps of the 2 45-mile Mosport road track Only 12 of the 20 cars on the starting grid were still running at the finish. Two of the finishers were Ca- nadians, John Cannon of Mon- i place in a John Coidts. a Second place went to Hans Wiedmer of Hermosa Beach, Cahf, in a Porsche and Bob _ Nagel of Bethel Park, Pa took third place m a Lola. I PREPARE FOR ORDERS The lace was watched by a] KANSAS CITY (AP) Mail ciowd estimated by Leu Coates, i orders for resene ceats at ma- the ttack's public relations di-; jor league baseballs 1973 all- rector, at more than I star game will be accepted be RALLY FOR WIN TORONTO (CP) Wales de- feated Canada 58-20 in an inter- national rugby game before a crowd of 9300 Saturday. Can- ada led 16-13 at half-time. The game was played in 85 degree heat. It was the fifth and last game of a Canadian tour for the team which was undefeated. SIGN COLLEGE STAR PHILADELPHIA adelphia Phillies have signed college star Jack Don, the most valuable player at Temple Uni- versity the last two seasons. Don, 21, caught and played third base for the Owls, twice leading Ms team into the NCAA playoffs. He hit .376 and drove in 39 runs this spring. He will be assigned to one of the club's minor league teams, the Phil- lies said Sunday. SHOOTS FINGER ARLINGTON. Tex Relief pitcher Charlie Hudson of Texas Rangers was the victim of a freak gun-shot accident Saturday and is being placed on the disabled list, says the American League baseball club. Hudson, checking his pistol at modest threj straight games, but it has pushed them back into contention in the American League's East Division, tied for third with Baltimore Orioles rnd Boston Red sox iust two games off New York Yankees' prce ar.d 1% back of runner-up Detroit Tigers The Brewers got a Wtla of each Sunday against California The pitching was provided by Jim Slaton, the timely hitting by Bob Coluccio It added up to a" 15-hit, 8-6 victory, a sweep ot the weekend series With the An- gels and a .SCO record. In Sunday's other games, Kansas City Royals beat tre Yankers 7-4, Minnesota Twins mauled Baltimore 11-4, Oakland Athletics blanked Detroit 5-0, Boston blasted Texas Rangers 10-1 and Chicago White split a doub'eheader with Cleveland, winning 5-3 and then losing 6-5. Saturday. Oakland blanked Detroit 4-0; Chicago defeated Cleveland 63, Baltimore downed Minnesota 7-4, New York beat Kansas City 6-4; Bos- ton bombed Texas 12-1 and Mil- waukee nipped California 1-0. "Any time you get 15 hits off this kind of pitching staff, you around when the Brewers erupted for four decisive runs in the seventh inning. Dave May's single, a walk and Ellie Rodriquez' RBI single snapped a 4-4 tie in the seventh. That brought up Colucci, who said he was "just hoping to hit th? ball somewhere." He the California bullpen in left field for a three- run homer, his fifth of the sea- son. Kurt Bevacqua doubled home the Royals' tie breaking run in a five-run fourth, two innings after John Mayberry had col- lected his 14th homer of the year, to beat New York. Larry Hisle, Jim Holt and Bob Darwin each cracked two- run homers for the Twins. But the muscle Hexing wasn't all that necessary. They'd scored seven runs in the third inning to all but knock out the Onoles. his apartment, shot himself in know you're doing the ]0b, the right middle finger. The fin- Ci andall said of the Angels. ger was saved in an operation, but some bone was lost. S'aton, California meanwhile, long enough tamed to be Murdoch inks with Kings LOS ANGELES (CP) Los Angelas Kings announced Sun- day they have signed defen- ceman.Bob Murdoch to a five- year contract. The National Hockey League club did not dis- close terms Murdoch, native of Kirkland Lake, Ont, was traded to the lungs by Montreal Canadiens last month in ex- change for an amateur drafl choice and a player to be named later. In 69 games with Montreal last season, Murdoch had two goals and 22 assists. Kings' general manager Larry Regan called Murdoch "a good two-way defenceman" would add some offensive punch to the Kings. 591 blast in the second. BFACH ADDS TO LI Johnny Berch hit a homer for Cincinnati and laised his Na- tional League-leading RBI total to 48. Joe Morgan also had a home run for the Reds Boots Day drilled a tie-break- ing, two-run single in the eighth to lead Montreal past San Fran- cisco for a thiee-game sweep over the ML West leaders. Twitchell pitched a five-hitler for his second straight shutout and Phila- Donlevv Dalits all imports out SACKVILLE NB (CP> The coach of the Canadian col- lege football champions has called for an end to United States domination of Canadian professional football. Jim Donlevy of the University of Alberta Golden Bears said the Canadian Football League (CFL) should immediately in- crease the number of Canadian players on each team from the current minimum of 17 Canadian players could take Huntsvillc Ont, carpentct in Unser wins race event MILWAUKEE fAPj Bobby Unser drove his Eagle-Of- fenhau'-cr from the pole position to losing the lead for only 05 laps, in Sunday's Majs Alcmorial 150 lace for In- diananohs-type cars. Lnscr of Albuquerque, N M 103008 miles an hour. He finished 10 seconds ahead of Roger McCluskey of Tucson, Aru, who a McLaren- Offj Tnnd place went to Gan, Bet- tenhausen of Tmley Park, 111., also driving a McLaien-Offy. Dallenbach of East Brunswick. N J was fourth in an Eagle-Offy and Johnny Ruth- erford of Fort Worth, Tex was fifth Li a McLaren-Offy. The race had been postponed for one week after rain delayed until May 30 the Indianapolis 500 which was scheduled to be run May 28. 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