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P&lm Beach Post, Monday, Nov. 1, 196887 I "" .: -if .V-' ' 3 Raiders Rip Chiefs Through Air OAKLAND (AP) Daryle Lamonica passed for two touchdowns and ran for another Sunday In directing Oakland to a 38-21 American Football League victory over Kansas City, putting the Raiders back Into the Western Division title picture. Before he left In the third quarter with an Injured left knee, Lamonica threw 18 passes for 352 yards, 297 of them In the first half as Oakland roared to a 31-7 lead. Lamonica was hit by Kansas City linebacker Jim Lynch as he passed and put out of commission. However, the Injury wasn't believed serious. Oakland, now 6-2 compared with Kansas City's 7-2. blew the game open In the second quarter with 24 points. In the first quarter, Lamonica threw 29 yards to Warren Wells for an Oakland touchdown, and Len Dawson threw 29 to Gloster Richardson for a Kansas City-score. Lamonica tossed 29 again to Wells on the Kansas City two. Jefjersons Catches Rip Falcons opening the second quarter, and Pete Banaszak scored on his second plunge into the line. Fred Biletnlkoff broke away on an 82-yard play after taking a short pass from Lamonica, but Johnny Robinson caught him two yards from the end zone. George Blanda made lt 17-7 with a nine-yard field goal. Banaszak scored again a few-minutes later on a one-yard plunge after Oakland's John Roderick recovered Nolan Smith's fumble on the kickoff return. A 41-yard pass play to Hewritt Dixon set up the score. Lamonica added another touchdown just before the half ended when he ran over front the four after dropping back to pass. Kansas City 7 0 7 7 21 Oakland 7 24 7 038. Oak Wells 29 pass from Lamonica (Blanda kick I KC Richardson 29 pass from Daw son (Stenerud kick I Oak Banaszak 2 run I Blanda kick ' Oak KG Blanda 9 Oak Banaszak 1 run (Blanda kick' Oak Lamonica 4 run (Blanda kick) Oak Cannon 17 pass from Lamonica (Blanda kick' KC Richardson 92 pass from Dawson (Stenerud kickt KC Pitts 61 pass from Lee (Stenerud klckl ATLANTA (AP) Pittsburgh's Roy Jefferson Jolted Atlanta's revamped defenses by snagging four touchdown passes Sunday which swept the Steelers to a 41-21 National Football League whipping of the Falcons. The 6-foot-2 veteran became the first player since 1963 to until the last two minutes of the third period, when Atlanta mounted a mild comeback. Quarterback Bob Berry, booed soundly early in the game, tossed three touchdown passes for the Falcons. He hit rookie Bill Harris with a 55-yard strike, tossed 29 yards to Ray Ogden and added a 24-yard scoring pass to Bob Long in the final minutes. Pktsburxh 14 7 13 741 Atlanta 0 0 : 1421 Pitt Jefferson 27 pass from Shiner (Lusteg kick A-47,727. catch four scoring tosses, and he came within one touchdown grab of the NFL record. Jefferson wound up with 11 catches for 199 yards, best in the league this year, as he baffled the shuffled Atlanta secondary. Three of the tosses were thrown by starting quarterback Dick Shiner, who found Jefferson open for scoring throws of 27, 61, and 9 yards, and Kent Nix added another late In the game on a 38-yard pitch. Don Shy and Earl Gros added Pittsburgh's other touchdowns, giving the Steelers their best point harvest of the season. The victory boosted Pittsburgh's record to 2-6 with the defense contributing heavily by intercepting a fumble that led to a touchdown. Atlanta, playing without four of its usual defensive starters, who were dropped from the squad by Coach Norm Van Brocklin early in the week, was never in contention. The Steelers bolted to a 14-0 lead In the first 12 minutes and led 34-0 before the Falcons scored. Pittsburgh never had to punt UPlTdeplwlo pass from QB Dick Shiner in end zone during first quarter of Sunday's game in Atlanta. Steelers won 41-21. TOO LATE A frantic Atlanta Falcon, Larry Suchy, reaches for Pittsburgh Steeler flanker Roy Jefferson as he grabs a touchdown Vero Leads Playoff Ratings Bob Six Jets FGs Beat Bills DeYoung Republican For State Senate Tensi's Tosses Spark Broncos Uist. 35 rf d by Camp Trt W YORK (AP) Jim Tur-nw kicked field goais of 35 and 27 yards, his fifth and sixth of the game, in the last 3 minutes Sunday, lifting the New YorH Jets to a 25-21 victory over tl,e Buffalo Bills. I'irner's kicks wiped out an 32-yard punt return by Hagood Clarke tnat gave the Bills a 21-W bad midway through the fourl'i quarter. The Jets' victo ry, their third straight, increased iheir lead in the American Football League's Eastern Division to 2',4 games. After John Sample's "6-yard touchdown run with a pass i:.-U"cep;ion early in the second qua' ter put the Jets ahear' 10-7, they held the lead until Clarke took Curly Johnson's punt at the BUls' 38 with eight minutes left in the game, and raced 82 yards mm itrni 1 CASH jTTTnriTTrJiira i a un carry! fMiKftj FULL QUART 86 PR. BLEND 100 GRAIN RELSKA Oilers Drill Bengals Seacrest and Vero Beach both unbeaten continued to move toward their all-important Nov. 15 meeting, which probably will decide the District 4-AA state high school football playoff berth. Vero Beach clobbered Cocoa, 55-0, for its 70th point, while Sea-crest belted Pahokee, 41-20, but was awarded no points because the Blue Devils are Class B. Once again a reminder of an important rule governing a district champion: The district football champions, all classes, shall be determined on the basis of eight regular season games. However, all losses and tie games shall be included in those eight contests and shall be counted in the final standing. In other words, despite Vero Beach's considerable lead In points over Seacrest, should the Seahawks defeat the Indians Nov. 15 and win their other two games, they would represent District 4-AA in the playoffs. DISTRICT 4-AA CINCINNATI (AP) - Don W wo pusses, good for 55 BOSTON (AP) Sore-shouldered Steve Tensl passed for two touchdowns and workhorse Floyd Little galloped for 147 yards and one score Sunday In leading the Denver Broncos to a 35-14 American Football League romp over the hapless Boston Patriots. Tensi, plagued by left-shoulder trouble and a doubtful starter the past week, passed five yards to Tom Beer and 50 yards to Billy Van Heusen for touchdowns In the first half. The victory avenged Denver's 20-17 loss to Boston early in the season. The Broncos have a 4-4 record, while the Pats are 3-5. Denver has won four of its last five games. Little, a former Syracuse VODKA MGuckenheimer tm lo score. But the Jets came right back. Jce Namath hit Pete Lammons with a 25-yard pass at the Buffalo '16 and then the Bills' Marty SchoHenheimer was called for pass interference at the Buffalo 29. The Bills held, but on fourth down Turner punted the 35-yarder putting the Jets back in front. Turner added the 27-yarder with 52 seconds left after Al Atkinson Intercepted a Key Stephenson pass at the Buffalo 18. The six field goals his others were from 32, 9, 32 and 27 yards tied the AFL record set by Glno Cappelletti in 1964. Turner also tied a record with eight attempts. The Jets led 19-7 until the fourth quarter when Stephenson threw a 10-yard touchdown pass to Paul Costa. Less than two minutes later, Clarke took Johnson's punt and scored. Buffalo 7 0 0 14-21 New York 3 13 3 6-25 Buft Moses 55 pass from Stephenson (Alford klcki NY FG J. Turner 32 NY Sample .'16 pass Interception (J. Turner kick i NY FG J. Turner 9 NY FG J. Turner 32 NY FG J. Turner 27 Buff Costa 10 pass from Stephenson (Alford kicki Buff Clarke 82 punt return (Alford kick) NY FG J. Turner 3 NY-FG J. Turner 27 A 61.452. fni 99 s 5)39 it Ff IUJ CASE 40.50 MS CASE 47.75 All-American, enjoyed his finest day as a pro as he set a Denver rushing record, carrying 30 times while breaking the club mark of 142 yards set by Cookey Gilchrist against the same Patriots a few years ago. After the Patriots capitalized on a fumble recovery and rookie quarterback Tom Sherman lobbed a one-yard scoring pass to Art Graham early in the third period. Little broke Boston's spirit by taking a quick pltchout and racing 55 yards for a touchdown. Tenzl's call of the play on a third down and tense situation caught the Patriots napping and Little's speed took care of the rest. Garrett Ford, a rookie from West Virginia, boosted Denver's advantage to 35-7 on a 17-yard run in the fourth period before Sherman passed the Patriots downfield to set up Jim Nance for a one yard touchdown buck. Denver 14 7 7 7 .15 Boston O 0 7 714 Den-Beer 5 pass from Tenzi (Howfleld kick I Den Lynch 3 run (Howfleld kirk) Den-Van Heusen 50 pass from Tenzl (Howfleld kick! Bos Graham 1 pass from Sherman (Cappelletti kick) Den Little 1)5 run (Howfleld klckt Den Ford 17 run (Howfleld kick) Bos-Nance 1 run (Cappallettl kick I A-18.304. (HEUBLEINS) t I KING GEORGE mlLdHInt GIN Trul! pasted for two touchdowns Sunday as the Houston Oilers turned back Cincinnati 27-17, handing the Bengals their sixth ?tright American Football tongue setback. TYu:i, tho former Baylor star, completed 13 of 20 passes for 181 yaris end fired touchdown passes for four yards to A! Reed and 10 j ai ds to Mac Halk. Houston, winning its fourth game against five aofeats, broke on top 10-0 in the first quarter whan Wyane Walker booted a 27-yard fieid goal and Trull found Reed in the end zone. The Bengals, now 2-7, got thi'ff- points in the second quar-tev v hen Dale Livingston kicked a 28-yard field goal. But with 2:13 remaining In the half, full-t'iik Hoyle Granger crashed across from the one-yard line, climaxing an 80-yard drive during which Trull hit Jim Beirne m SCOTCH 99 Cincinnati closed the gap to 17-10 in the third quarter when Paul Robinson scored from the four-yard line, ending an 80-yard drive. Rookie quarterback S-iri'i Wyche completed eight s'raiht passes for 64 yards in the thrust. Houston opened the gap to 27-10 when Haik caught Trull's touchdown and Walker added a 41 yard field goal. The Bengals scored on the final play of the game when Wyche connected with Robinson on a 68-yard screen pass play. Robinson was Ihe game's top runner with 156 yards In 21 carries. Wyche, who was promoted from the taxi squad last week to replace Injured Dewey Warren, had an Impressive performance with 20 completions In 25 attempts for 198 yards. Houston 10 1 7 31127 Cincinnati 0 3 7 717 Hou-FG Walker 27 Itou Reed 4 pass from Trull (Walker kick I Cine FG Livlnnslon 28 Hou (Jraneer 1 run (Walker kirk Cln Robinson 4 run (Livingston kick Hou Hail 10 pass from Trull (Walker kick i Hou-FG Walker 41 Cine Robinson 68 pass from Wvche (Livingston kick) A 24,012. 0 FIFTH CASE 47.50 FIFTH 3 FOR 10.00 5E3 Jr. Swimmers In Hialeah Special to the Post HIALEAH Eight-year-old Lois Hampson of the Knights of Columbus Swimming Club, captured the 50-yard breaststroke with a time of 45.4 in the Halloween Invitational AAU Swimming Meet here Saturday. Dan Howard, age six, took fourth In the 25-yard freestyle and Carol Rabe, nine, finished sixth in the 50-yard breast-stroke. A relay team of Hampson, Ann Kelly, Patty Ann List and Patty Smith garnered a fourth In the 200-yard medley relay. 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