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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 18, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THE IETHBRIDOC HERALD Monday, June 18, 1973 Expos' winning ways are brought to a halt By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Roger Metzger's .249 batting isn't impressive, but then most baseball fans weren't looking at his numbers a few weeks ago. The first number then was a zero. Metzger ripped four straight singles first perfect day in the major leagues, help- ing Houston Astros to a 7-3 vic- tory over St. Louis Cardinals. The Astros' shortstop also scored two runs and drove in another. "He's been hitting about .400 the last six said Leo Durocher. manager of the As- tros. quite a jump for the kid. He was hitting .075 at one time." Elsewhere in the National okav after fall CINCINNATI fAPl Seven- year-old Mike Bowman said Saturday he's feeling much bet- ter after plunging 40 feet out of the upper deck of Riverfront Stadium Friday night. Mike and 39 other youngsters from the Fairfield. Ohio. YMCA vent to the Cincinnati Reds- Pittsburgn Pirates National League baseball game. Mike said he was just coming out of the men's room when he saw a foul ball coming up into the stands. I went for a ball." Mike said. "I got my hand on it but it pushed me the wall. I don't know what happened then." Witnesses told police the boy fell 40 feet to the plaza level concrete outside the stadium by a concession booth. The boy suffered a con- cussion, a broken finger and broken right arm and was in serious condition A concession workei sent the coveted ball and a Red5: pen- nant to the boy in hospital. But first. Reds pitcher Fred Norman, who hit the ball, and other Reds signed it. AOKT WIN'? TOMAKOMAT. Japan (AP) Osso Aoki of Japan slumped to a final-round two-over-par 74 Sunday but held on for a one- stroke win over Lu Liang Huan of Taiwan in the Sapporo Golf tournament League Sunday, Los Angeles Dodgers took over first place in the West by beating Montreal Expos 3-2 in 12 innings while Philadelphia Phillies were out- slugging San Francisco Giants 11-7. New York Mets beat San Diego Padres 3-1, Cincinnati Reds swept a double-header from Pittsburgh and 5-1. and Chicag9 Cubs split a doubleheader with Atlanta Braves, winning the first game 9-3 but dropping the second 8-5. In Saturday contests, Chicago nipped Atlanta 4-3. New York drubbed San Diego 10-2. Phila- i delphia edged San Francisco 5- .4, St. Louis took Houston 5-3, Los Argeles doubled the Expos 6-3 and Pittsburgh blanked Cin- clnatti 5-0. MAY CRACKS 3 San Francisco is at home to 1 Cincinnati in today's only rnati- nee game while the evening tlate includes New York at Philadelphia. Chicago at Pitts- burgh. Montreal at St. Louis, Atlanta at Los Angeles and I Houston in San Diego. i Lee May had three hits and drove in three runs for the As- Ires, who took control with three runs in the sixth. Vullie Montanez also had four hits against San Francisco, pac- i ing P'nialdelphia to its ictory i over the Giants. Montanez drove m four runs, three of them with his fifth homer. Bob Boone and Tom Hutton also homered for the Phillies. Dave Kingman had a grand slam homer for the Giants, who have dropped seven of their last nine games. The Dodgers, limited to a scratch single for eight innings against Montreal's Mike Torrez, scored the tying run in the ninth and then battled into the 12th to beat Montreal. Von Joshua scored the win- ning run, singling and then circling the bases on Bill Rus- sell's hit when right fielder Cljde Mashore threw the ball away trying to get Joshua at third base. Rookie Ron Hodges drilled a tie-breaking home run in the inning, helping New York defeat San Diego. Tom Hall retired 11 straight baiters in relief, saving Jack Bilingbam's ninth victory of the season and Cincinnati de- feated Pittsburgh in the first game of their doubleheader. In the nightcap, the Reds packed all their runs in the third inning with Johnny Bench and Bill Plummer contributing key doubles to the rally- Carmen Fanzone and Jose Cardenal ripped a pair of two- run homers, helping Chicago defeat Atlanta in the first game of their doubleheader. In the second game, Marty Perez sin- gled home the go ahead run and then Dick Dietz delivered a pinch single for two more, giv- ing the Braves the victory'. SPORT Umpire took quite a jjoll INDIANAPOLIS fAT) An umpire at an amateur baseball game was severely injured Sat- in c" ay night when he was struck 1 by lightning. Authorities said Donald Toon. 40. of New Palestine, Ind. was [umpiring a baseball game at Butier Unuersity when a bolt of j lightning knocked him out of has 'shoes. Witnesses said the man l moaned and fell over. Thomas i Warner. Butler athletic director and coach of one of the teams, 1 ran to Toon and started mouth- jto-mouth resuscitation. 1 Toon is in critical condition in I hospital. ims has high blood pressure CALGARY fCP) About 2.000 rain drenched Calgary Stampeder fans left the ooen- ing of the Western Football Conference c 1 u b's training I camp Sunday without seeing the 38 rookies attending strut their stuff. I "It's a damn said head coach Jim Duncan, "be- cause you could tell a lot about some of these new people even in a 20 minute work out." All 69 hopefuls showed up for the opening, but three of them may not be participating in full scale workouts depending on further medical checks. The failure of Jesse Mims, starting halfback with the team for the last two seasons, to pass his medical due to high blood pressure created some worries for the coaching staff. He won't join in training until further tests are conduct- ied. 1 Craig Koinzan, a veteran de- fensive end and middle line- backer, isn't expected to work out full time for at least an- other two weeks. An off sea son knee operation prevented him from getting into peak physical condition. Rookie John Farlinger, a de fensive back from the Univer- sity of Calgary, pulled knee ligaments a week ago while playing fastball and isn't ex- pected to be in best form for awhile. He took part in the British Columbia Lion's cainp last season. The big name missing from the roster was that of four-time Schenley Award winner Wayne Harris, who for 12 years had been the scourge o every Canadian F o o t b a 1 league team's offensive back field. The 35 year old mid- dle linebacker announced his retirement recently on the rec ommendation of team physi- cians. All of the Brewers getting into the act By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS light-hitting Joe Lahoud 01 dcked his first two home runs of the season Sunday, one of them the first grand slam of his career, drove in six runs and scored three times to power Milwaukee Brewers 15-5 over Chicago White Sox for their ninth consecutive victory. The little-used 202-pound La- Houd, pronounced La Hoo, jumped his .137 batting average to .156 and almost doubled his runs-batted-in total to 13 from seven. "Lahoud has felt left out." said manager Del Crandall, "and it's tremendous for him to come through like this when he gets the opportunity." "I just hope I can produce ev- ery time I play so that I can force them to play me every Lahoud said after doing just what a designated hitter is designated to do. Elsewhere in the American League, Detroit Tigers blanked Minnesota Twins 6-0. Kansas City Royals took two from Cleveland Indians, 6-3 and 6-2, Baltimore Orioles edged Texas Rangers 5-4 in 16 innings, New York Yankees downed Califor- nia Angels 5-1 after dropping the opener 8-0, and Boston Red Sox defeated Oakland 'A's 4-2. The Brewers dropped Chicago 4-1 Saturday while the Orioles, who remained one game off the pace in the East, drubbed Texas 9-1. In other games, Cali- fornia trimmed the Yankees 5-2, Kansas City beat Cleveland 5-2 and the A's edged Boston 4-3. Texas is at Minnesota and Detroit at Cleveland in today's Swede Savage loses ground INDIANAPOLIS (AP) Race driver Swede Savage has apparently lost some ground in his fight to recover from a vio- lent crash at the Indianapolis 500-mile race last month. Dr. Thomas Hanna, In- dianapolis Motor Speedway medical supervisor, said Sun- day that Savage's condition "can no longer be accurately described as stable." The 26-year-old Santa Ana, Calif., driver is still listed as critical, Dr. Hanna said, but his condition has worsened slightly in the last week. Hanna said Savage is contin- uing to have kidney and respi- ratory problems. Savage's legs are in casts be- cause of multiple compound fractures. He was also severely burned in the crash. afternoon encounters while Oak- land visits Kansas City, Califor- nia is in Chicago and Mil- waukee entertains Boston at night. Lahoud wasn't the only Brewer to unload a grand slam Sunday. Darrell Porter got things started in the second in- ning with a bases-loaded shot. Porter had been the Brewers' designated hitter lately but got a chance to catch with Efiie Rodriguez nursing an injured knee. That made Lahoud the designated hitter. It was the Brewers' second three-game sweep of the White Sox this month and their 14th victory in the last 15 games, keeping them one game ahead of Baltimore in the East. The slumping White Sox have dropped 10 of 15 but maintained a half-game lead over Min- nesota and Kansas City in the West. Mickey Lolich spaced seven hits and struck out 11 in pitch- ing the Tigers over Minnesota before a Bay Day crowd of 662 in Detroit. Kansas City parlayed home runs by Amos Otis, Fran Healy and Lou Piniella and the strong pitching of Dick Drago and Ken Wright to sweep Cleveland, which has lost five in a row and 15 of 17. htv Hawk, mighty quick CALGARY TCP) Mighty Hawk, last in the six-horse field and six lengths behind the leaders turning for home, charged to the lead and drew off to win the Millarville-High River Purse Saturday by two lengths. The nine-j car-old son of Bernfield ran down Co-Exis- tence in heavy going to finish in one minute 30 seconds. Rid- flen by Del Rycroft, Mighty Hawk collected S1.134 in his first triumph of the vear. The fans turned out 6.735 strong to wager in the nine-race program. Alberta Brier, winning of the first race, combined with Star Trip, winner of the second for a S102 60 daily double while Kyed I and Asu'O Prince won ?23 20 i for quineEa bettors in the third. In the fifth race. Mink's Six- ter and Sabbie's Blue paid a S227.80 exactor and the ninth- race quinella on Monta's Gem and Indian Lake paid S29.20. RESULTS FIRST 3 year-olds, 7 fjr- Something Is Happening At MKUIOK Olympic Stain 1 Gal. Free with the purchase of 4 gallons Olympic! STRin WOOD 1602 3rd Ave S. Phone 327-5777, 327-5888 Open Mon., Tues., Wed., Fri. ond Sat. a.m. to 5-30 p.m. Thursday Only 8-30 a.m. to 9-00 p m. FREE DELIVERY "CHARGEX" COMPANIES LTD. SI lonqs Alberta Brie' Wiseman 1310 i 60 320, Cotton Tom (Parsons) 280 240, Glo'y Day (Giesbrecht; 2.70. Time- 1 33 3_5 Shushwap Sam Yale, Top Chief Ag- nichlons, Joey Sometimes also ran. SECOND claiming, 4-year-clds and up, 7 furlongs. Star Trip 'Stadnyk) 1400 8.10 6.00; Pleasant Mistress (Phelan) 6.40 440, Tole Johnny (Whittle) 8 00. Time- 1-30 3-5 Blue Mustango, Island Master, Twins Pride, Joanme Pie, Davey's Hope also ran DAILY DOUBLE: SIM 60 THIRD claiming, 4-year olds ana up, 7 furlongs. Kyed (Giestrechti 1320 670 Astro Prince (Parsons' 510 490, Lus- trous Star (Phelan) 710. Time. 1 32 3-5 Shady Rrauest, Noble Ccne, Silent Forest, Feathers Inn, Tall Ridge also ran QUINELLA: FOURTH claiming. 4-year-olos and up, miles Roar Of Mirth 'Hedgel 15 80 610 360, Nova Fols (Wiseman' J 60 3 Let's Get Going (Watson) 3.10. Time- 01 3-5 Fast Friday, War Bridle, Easter Haig, Boulmido, Prim D'Avrii also ran. FIFTH claiming, 3-year-oids, 7 fur- tones, M.nit's Siste- (StadnyM 79 10 1030 530 Sable's Blue (Parsons' 7 M 410, West Wind Guy 'Gold) 350. Time 1 32 3-5 Mis Vi, My Meteor, What A Btenrf Cariboo Chief, Joy's Premium also EXACTOR: SK7 80 SIXTH claiming, 3-year-olds, 7 fur lonos White Rose Erli 'Phelani 710 3'0 370, Win A Point (Whittle' 290 2 .'.0, Hylo (McCauleyt 2 50 Time 1 3? Tudor Tart-; Star P ne also fan SEVENTH SI 600 claiming. 4 year-olds flnd uo 7 turlonqs Fc- Rex (Inda1! SCO 340 980 An other Bomber (Hedqei 570 340, Brown Marine (Shields) 330 Time- T30 Day Will Corns, Atlantic Star, Spppd also ran EIGHTH M POO, chiming, 4 year-fids onrl ur> 7 fnrlrnqs Hawk 'Pycroft) 940 W J 90, Co-Existence (Giesnrecht) 470 330, Air Strike (Shields) 330. Time: Blue Pines, HI? World also ran. NINTH 400, claiming, 4 year-olds and up, 1'n mile1! Monla Gem (Whittle1) 1130 500 Induin Lake 'Hed'ei i 70 360 Hnr Of Hn-e (Phelan) 00 Ti- e 1 Km V. MCJ l-lnrl Prinre Iro Alley Behi i -in QUINELLA m And for menthol, get pack. WARNING: The Department of National Health and Welfare advises that danger to health increases with amount smoked. ;