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r7. ,48 Imirt ienrnaf. Wilmington, Del. Thursday. September' 10, 1970 Chiefs Better Than Last Season, Strain Saysl KANSAS CITY (AP) - The rest of the National Footbal1 i League should take note of the fact that Coach Hank Stram believes the Kansas City Chiefs are a better team this season than last year when they won the world championship. - That doesn't mean that Stram thinks the Chiefs will be a shoo-in for another world title. He doesn't. "Everyone else is going to be better, too," Stram says. "Competition this year will be the greatest in the history of pro -" football." STILL, Stram and the Chiefs f have their eyes focused on an-other world crown and, to a -man, they believe they will win it when the next Super Bowl is played Jan. 17 in Miami, Fla. " - "To repeat as world champion .. . this is our goal this season," ; says Stram. . Stram speaks with complete confidence about his team and . points with particular pride to the Chiefs' defense, a grandiose Hank Stram "Repaet our goal" , collection of talent. He can start the same 11 rugged players who started every game on defense in 1969. That defense led the old season ready to harass the opposition. The linebackers- as usual, are Bobby Bell, , Willie Lanier and Jim Lynch. Jim Marsalis and Emmitt Thomas are the cornerbacks and Jim Kearney and Johnny Robinson at safety. , After the Chiefs lost a 17-3 ex-exhibition game to Baltimore, Stram praised the defense and said it "played well enough to beat anybody." The Chiefs', first offensive unit, likewise, will be a carbon copy of the one which led the AFL in rushing a year ago.. Len Dawson, regarded by Stram as "the most accurate passer in pro football," will be the quarterback. He has fully recovered American Football League last year in 18 of 29 categories and held Minnesota's high-scoring Vikings to a feeble seven points in Kansas City's 23-7 1 Super Bowl victory. . Kansas City's famous front four of ends Jerry Mays and Aaron Brown and tackles Cur-ley Culp and Buck Buchanan are back up there again this nUarrinngtomi Mamidiicaps 15T-SS00, PiCtl fP Horsa Driver List J Odds . 3 teah (V. VWiite) 3-8-8 5-2 I Aba Knight (Mitchell) 5-4-8 7-2 . J Steve's Ac . (A. Sieve Sr.) 4-4-2 9-2 1 'Senator Linda ... (Jackson) 5-2-2 5-1 2 Concord Critter (Manaway) 4-5-3 8-1 7 Iowa Time (C. Clark Jr.) 1-6-9 8-1 . 4 Blyth Gertrude (E. Long 5-5-6 10-1 5 Finita (Darling) 5-8-8 12-1 ID-45M, Pact: 1 Carry Crain (Porter) 1-M 3-1 7 Ken's Morey .... (Benard) 2-2-7 7-2 . i Packard Hanover (L. Episcopo jr.) 3-6-4 9-2! a Coeur D'Or .... (Pinder) 4-6-8 9-2, 4 Janet's Decision (Gravenor) 6-6-7 6-1 5 Hay Fever (Laws) 6-4-8 . 8-1! 3 General Armbro (J. King) 7-5-6 12-1 i 1 Royal Sylvia .. (G. Banks) 3-6-8 12-11 3D 85M, Trot: J Flying Rocket (J. Wilson) M-6 5-2 1 Lovely M (Porter) 3-4-5 3-1 t Alas (Pinder) 5-6-2 5-1 7 Tilly Wynwood (E. Long) 2-4-5 6-1 i Craft's Lori Ann (Venters) 6-6-3 8-1 . 6 Eric's Belle (A. .Sleva Sr.) 7-6-5 8-1 5 Harry Gallon .. (Hubbard) 5-8-7 10-1 4 Pierr .. (E. Crowson it,) 6-5-5 12-1 Harrington Results 4TH-$5,750, Trots 1 Mark Eden .... (Bowser) 1-6-3 7 Sporty Fourth (J. Wilson) 6-2-4 6 Holly's Champ (Hubbard) 5-5-7 3 Bugle Call .... (J. Myer) 4-4-3 5 Oak Grove Pixie (C. R. Clark Jr.) 7-5-4 2 Pinehaven Duke (Benard) 6-3-2 4 Catherine's Reward (No Driver) 8-3-4 lACarl Eden . (No Driver) dnf-2-1 5TH-S500, Pace: 4 Joralemon's Patch (Long) 8-3-8 2 Eddie York . (Robertson) 1-6-8 1 Ace Elkington .. (Floyd) 6-4-4 3 Sally Parker .. (E. Smith) 4-4-6 5 Fair Patch (Tishue) 3-7-6 7 Ring The Belle .. (Poore) 5-6-8 8 Success Irish . (Chandler) 8-3-5 6 Pud's Boy .. (Thompson) 7-5-2 (TH-S6M, Pace: 1 Chester Gene .. (Murphy) 4-1-1 4 Quaker Gal .... (Jackson) 4-1-6 6 Mike's Adios Lynn (Coverdale) 1-6-5 8 Dusty Dillon .... (Sheats) 2-8-3 3 Royal Big (Porter) 4-4-5 7 Nora's Flash (Robertson) 4-3-3 2 Mr. Joe R (Kemp) 1-1-1 5 June's Lady (Vincent) 2-1-7 7TH-J500, Pice: 2 Mar Con Minnie (Brock) 8 Steve's Bonny (R. Ring) 4 Gypsy Hill Way (Burton) 1 Hatcher's Boy .. (Truitt) 3 Tan Blade (Laird) 7 Andy's Boy .. (Robertson) 5 Diller's Reward .. (Milby) 6 Lucy's Demon .... (Case) TH $500, Pact: 3 Afton Forbes .... (Floyd) 4 Over The Top (Pillsbury) 1 Highland John .. (Weeks) 2 Mighty Bug (Episcopo Jr.) 8 Gypsy Hill Lady (Burton) 7 Tufty K (Porter) 6 Diddy Diddy Wah (Mclntyre) 5 Betty Waybill .... (Staub) 6-5 5-2 5- 1 6- 1 12-1 12-1 15-1 6- 5 3-1 7- 2 9-2 5-1 5-1 8- 1 12-1 15-1 3-1 9TH-J500, Pace: 7-2,3 High Hope Milaway (Brook) Mr. Showman .... (Hobbs) Rudagar Dee .... (Wilson) Lucky Smokey .. (Marsh) Camden Royal .. (Moore) Joan E. Lynn (No Driver) Flaming Message (Truitt) Bomb Captain .... (Ring) 9-2 5- 1 6- 1 8-1 1 6 8-1; 5 10-1 2 3-6-1 1-1-5 1- 1-4 4- 1-6 5- 4-3 2- 4-1 2-3-7 8-2-5 1-1.3 3- 3-5. 1- 4-7 2- 6-5 2-2-8 7-7-4 4- 4-5 4-4-6 1- 2-1 2- 6-3 1-2-1 6-7-8 4-5-5 4-5-4 4-4-6 8-2-2 5-2 7-2 9-2 5-1 8-1 8-1 10-1 12-1 M 4-1 9-2 4-1 8-1 8-1 10-1 20-1 5-2 3-1 5- 1 6- 1 8-1 8-1 10-1 12-1 i PIRST-Pace. Purse: $500. The Scotchman (Porter $9.60 $4.80 $4.00 Apollo's First (King) 7.40 4.80 Miss Melesty's Lady L (Episcopo) 9.00 Also started-Squire, Meadow Blaze, Confection, Snappy Dillon, Homestretch Chuck. Time 2:14. . SECON6-Pac. One mile. Purse: $500. , J R's Skyliner (Skinner) $6.60 $2.40 $2.60 .Just My MiHord (Kirby) 2.40 2.40 Pepper's Heel (Jackson) :' 2.80 Also started-Spring King, Ranger Harvest, Milford's Time, Color Me Noble, ' Becky Lin. Time-2:09. , DAILY DOUBLE (6-2) f IP35.aO THIRD Trot. One mile. Purse: $500. 1 Ciltu Tnj-n iKiwlV ' (Guy) 115.40 $31.20 $21.00 Hoosier Diplomat (Lockerman) 840 6.00 Suspicion (Crowson) 4.80 Also started-Hetma's Susie, Corn Flit- . ter, Blue Spruce Vickie, Bomber Morris, . Chockoyotte Scott. . Time-2:11. EXACTA (1-8) PAID $178.80 FOURTH Pace. One mile. Purse: $500. "Mr. Goal (Dolby) $4.20 $3.00 $3.20 Mont Eagle (Ring) 4.80 4.00 Craft's Argo (Venters) 71.60 Also started Russ's Joker, Whistle Bye, Afton Red Roan, Hal B, Sawmill Roy. . Time-2:12.4. FIFTH Pace. One mile Purse: $300. Amy Star (Legum) $10.00 $500 $3.20 Amber Gar .Shears) 8 80 3.20 Blazewyn (Wilson) 2.60 Also started-Blvthe Lorean, Deborah Lynn, Doctor's Girl, Haven's Jem, Fire Chief. Time-2:08.3. Tom Hamilton Sets Retirement SAN FRANCISCO m -Tom Hamilton, the executive director of the Pacific-8 Conference, announced today he will retire next June. The former Ail-American football player at Navy will be 65 in December. He became conference executive director in 1959 after serving as athletic director at the Naval Academy and the University of Pittsburgh. Hamilton, named last month to receive the National Football Foundation and Hall of Fame Gold Medal, will serve as a consultant to the conference for three months following his retirement. Yesterday's Racing By Associated Press NEW YORK-Taken Abaok, $4 charged from last place to win the $15,000 Oakland Purse at rain-soaked Belmont Park. ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. - Sadairs Diamond, $7.40, led virtually from the start to yin the Egg Harbor Purse at Atlantic City'. CHICAGO Plum Grey $3.80 set ttie pace to win the $17,475 TYO Tambien Handicap at Hawthorne. SALEM, H.H. Mountain Pine, t5, breezed to victory in 1ie $4,000 Nottino- ham Purse at 'Rockingham Park. DEL MAR, Calif. - Top Frolic, $4.20, captured the $6,000 feature at Del Mar. Fight in N.Y. NEW YORK (AP) - Welterweights David Melendez and Ricky Oritz of New York will meet in a 10-round bout Thursday night, opening the fall boxing season at Sunny side Garrien. American Association Finals Omaha 10, Denver 1, Omaha wins best- or- series 4-1. EXACTA (1-6) PAID $105.20 SIXTH-Pace. Purse: $500. The Gimp (Pil'sbury) $7.80 $6.40 $4.60 Georgana Mamie (Alexander) 12.60 3.60 Red Trotter. (Childress) 420 Also started-Irish Damsel, Napolad, Verna Bee, Dorie, Sistine Hanover. Time-2:07.3. SEVENTH Pace. Purse: $500. River Road Athione (Banks) $6.40 $4 20 $3.00 Donnie's Darling (Pitts) 3.40 2.60 Afton Grattan (Chindler) 5.80 Also started-Miss Concrete, Tuck Away Belie, Goldie Dean, Frosty Hope, Sumter Dale. Time-i: M.S. EIGHTH Pace. Purse: $503. Dr. Yorkwood (Lewis) $8.20 $4 90 $3.60 Bachelor's Debbie (Case) 6.40 3 80 Embassy's Belle (Miller) 4.03 . Also started Ellen's Signal, Whites Bowzo, Iron Yankee, Bobby Gardner Biythe Delilah. , ! Time-2:W.4. BIG "E" (3-5) AND (4-2) PAID $574.80 9TH-$500, Pace. Lucky Rocket ' ' (Wachter) $23.60 $7.20 $4.40, Cole's Hoss (Parker) 5.60 6.00 ! Herman Rodney (Laws) 7.60 i Also started Stormy Harvest, Emma's . Flash, Dottie's Flash, Gypsy Hill watson, Lottie A. Time 2:08.7. ' EXACTA ($-1) PAID $107.00 ATTEND. 1,504 HANDLE $66,904 Gate mid Ploy Attendance (5 mghts) 12,543 Handle (5 rights) $514,410 Red Sox Pick Boss For Fenway Park WASHINGTON (AP) - Joe Mooney, groundskeeper for the Washington Senators, will become superintendent of Fenway Park in Boston early next month. Mooney went to work for the Senators when the-, expansion t team was formed in 1961. He was ' a groundskeeper for the Red Sox before coming to Washington and also worked for Boston farm clubs. Fight Results By The Associated Press TOKYOKuniakl Shibata, 130, Japan, eutpolnted Kim Hyon, 129, South Korea, 10, LAS VEGAS, Nev.-ub Huntley, 161, Los Angeles, outpointed Charley Austin, 163, San Diego, 10. iffi) Iminut 5fS fCARl (-1: K-MOQID 72 hours to go on our bowling ball sale! Sale 17.99 Reg. 21.99 Regency 300 bowling boll Blue, red, gray, purple or avocado. 10 and 12 pound weights. f 4 ty Sale A J 16.99 y Reg. 19.99 Tornado bowling ball. Made by famous Ebonite for Penneys. 12 14, & 16 pound weights. Prices effective thru Saturday ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY. Prices Corner Only Phone 998-1 121 Open Mon. thru Sot. 9:30 A.M. 10 P.M. -'catalog Service Phont 999 091 1 from the right . knee injury which kept him sidelined for six games last year. Dawson completed 59 per cent of his passes in 1969, hitting on 98-of-166 tosses for 1,323 yards and nine touchdowns. Mike Livingston is the No. 2 quarterback. He filled in while Dawson was injured and the Chiefs won all six games. Livingston completed 84 of 161 passes for 52.2 and 1,123 yards and six touchdowns. MIKE Garrett, . seeking . to make what he calls his last year in pro football his greatest, and Robert Holmes, nicknamed "The Tank-' will be at the running backs. They were the team's two top rushers last season. Otis Taylor, one of the two top receivers with Garrett, and Frank Pitts are the wide receivers. Fred Arbanas is the tight end in Stram's version of the I formation. The rest of the offensive unit includes Jim Tyrer and Dave Hill at the tackles, Ed Budde and Mo Moorman at the guards and E.J. Holub at cen ter. Rookie Sid Smith, the Chiefs' No. 1 draft choice from Southern California, could get the starting nod at right tackle in place of Hill. The Chiefs have an abundance of standout reserves who are certain to see much action. Among them are running backs Warren McVea, Ed Podolak, Wendell Hayes and Curtis McClinton, wide receiver Glos- ter Richardson and rookie uyae Werner at linebacker. Jerrel Wilson, fresh from his 44.4-yard average in 1969, will do the punting. Jan Stenerud, the transplanted Norwegian whose 16 successive field goals last year broke Lou Groza's 16-year-old record, is the place- kicker. STRAM, an innovative genius- doesn't expect to unfold a vastly different formation or series of plays this season. "We" have a great variefjft plays," Stram sayi "Our pikers are capable of running-erything in the book. If one pity doesn't work, we have anoi&r that will work. TJS "We'll do Clings a little differently this year but basicaU' we'll be the same. You (tojft change the basic things yotreto well. Any change we make -Js for a purpose ... to win. ftSe only thing that 'counts is ffiSt score. 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