On Sept. 14 I was at a Seattle Mariners baseball game and was hit in the eye with a fast flying foul ball. There was a man behind me who immediately came and put his arm around me to comfort me. He was wonderful. He was an angel in disguise. Unfortunately, I don't know his name. All I know is that he is a chemical engineer at Hanford. Because I do not have a name and address, I cannot write a thank you note. I think that if he sees this, he can know how grateful I am for his concern.
MARY SONTGERATH, Seattle