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PAGE 34 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N MONDAY, NOVEMBER 14,..1966 29 FIELD GOALS BOOTED NFL Clubs Go Kick Happy ; ·' · " ' ' · JL. JL V · CarmichaePs Crash Landin --Cltlien Photo By Mark Godfrey Washington State sophomore fullback Del Carmichael l'(22) is turned upside down by an unidentified Arizona itackler in the first period of Saturday's game at Arizona Stadium. Other members of the Wildcat posse are defensive backs. Wally Scott (40) and Phil Albert (19, lying atop Cougar halfback Larry Thatcher), linebacker Abe Johnson (67) and middle guard Roger Myers (62). Carmichael gained two yards. COLLEGE FOOTBALL SCORES 14 WAC Arizona State 14, Oregon 10 Arizona 28, Washington State 18 . Brigham Young 35, Utah 13 Wyoming 31, Texas Western 7 New Mex, St. 47, New Mexico 1J STATE SCHOOLS ASU Frosh 16, Eastern Ariz. 7 Arizona Western 27, Tail 14 Northern Arizona 21, Eastern New Mexico 14 EAST Holy Cross V, Rutgers 12 Ctomson 14, Maryland 10 Dickinson 14, Johns Hopkins 14, tie Maine S2, Vermont 7 Bucknell 45, Lehlgh 0 Bridgeport 28, American International 'sprlnsffeld 29,. Tuffs 0 · Susquenanna 27, Hooart 14 SWppenhjrg State 17, Brockport State 9 Boston U. 42, Delaware 14 Swartnmore 7, Penn Mil t*ry 6 Adelphl 21, Maoist 1.5 Gettysburg 21, Temple Clarion 40, Sllopery Rock 0 Muhlenberg 10, Franklin and Marshall ' UrsfnM. IS, HBverford 13 Princeton 13, Yafe J Drexel 27, Western Maryland 14 Rhode Island 0, Connecticut 0, tie ^inss Point 41, Coast Guard 4 Montclalr State 31, Glastboro State Grovt City 31, Hiram 6 Columbia 22, Pennsylvania 14 ,. Dartmouth 32, Cornet! 23 Irginia " West Virginia 21, George Washington Harvard 54, Browr "" Colgate 20, Lafaye Harvard 54, Brown 7 Colgate 20, Lafayette v Vlllanova 19, Boston College 0 Syracuse 37, Florida State 1\ Amherst 54, Williams 21 C. W. Post 23, WaBner 14 Muskingum 27. Hofstra 19 Indiana, Pa. State 14, Lock Haven * East Stroudsburg 18, Bloomsburg 6 Junlata 30, Moravian 22 Delaware Valley 34, Lebanon Valley 0 Renssolaer Poly 36, Rochester * Hamilton 30, Union 13 Al'egheny 19, Tnlel 8 California State, Pa. 35, Edlnboro 7 Ursala 42, Albright 41 Mansfield 20, Kutztown 17 Wavnesnurg 14, Westminster, Pa., 13 Tampa 27. Buffalo 8 SOUTH Georgia Tech 21, Penri State 0 Air Force 20, North Carolina 14 Southern Mississippi 7, North Carolina Virginia Tech 20, William and Mary 18 Tuskegee 38, Hampton 34 Western Kentucky 3S, Butler 7 South Carolina State 30, Morris Brown Albany State 20, Savannah Slats 13 UT Martin 24, Florence S ate 18 Georgetown. Ky. 37, Franklin 13 Morehead 21, Eastern Kentucky 19 Centre 18, Hampden-Sydrtey IX Brldqewaler 14, Shephard 3 Citadel 30, Virginia Military 4 East Carolina 28, Rlphmend 14 Florida.31, Tufane 10 . , Louisiana Slate 17. Mississippi State 7 Navy 30, VandVbllt 14 RandolPh-Macon 54, Gallaudet 4 Concord 83, Wast Virginia State 7 North Carolina College 12, Vlnlnla Uiv ion 6 Alabama 24, South Carolina 0 Georgia 21, Auburn 13 Houston 54, Kentucky 18 Misjlsulppl 14, Tsnnesjee 7 Wake Foreit 21, Memphis State 7 Northwestern Louisiana 71, Southwest. ern Louisiana 8 McNeese 28, Southeastern Louisiana 12 Northeast Louisiana 14, Delta Stata 10 Ouachlta 21, Mlllsaps College 13 Arkansas Slat* Teachers 19, Henderson, Ark 7 Harding, Ark..12, Arkansas Tech JO Morgan State 34, Norfolk State '0 Edward Waters College 34, Kentucky Stale Co.lege 14 Lenolr Rhyne 22, Elon 14 East Tennessee 12, Middle Tennessee 0 Maryland State 52, Delaware Stale 6 Southern U., 17. Florid? A8.M 13 Wofford 40. Oavidsan 28 Emory Henry 21, Appalachian 0 Elizabeth City 22, Livingstone 17 Western Carolina 4D, Newherry 0 Mars Hill 20, Frederick 19 Auslln Peay 20* Tennessee Tech 15 Samford, Ala. 17, Furman 7 MIDWEST Michigan State 37. Indiana. 19 Notre Dame 64, Duke 0 Michigan 23, Northwestern 20 Nebraska 21, Oklahoma State 6 Missouri 10, Oklahoma 7 Oberlln 14, Wooster 13 Evansvllle 14, Murray 12 Marshall 16, Kent State 7 Illinois Wesleyan 42. Mlllikln 7 Drake 31, South Dakota 14 Central 34. Wlnona State 7 Rock Island 31. Carroll 4 Bowling Green 2B, Ohio U. 0 Cincinnati 17. Louisville 3 Illinois 49, Wisconsin 14 Ohio State 14, Iowa 10 Colorado J5, Kansas 18 Iowa Slate 30, Kansas State 13 Miami, Ohio 38, Dayton 4 Purdue 16, Minnesota 0 13 Wichita State 13 _ . _. Illinois, Chicago, 24 Iowa 20, St. Mary, Kansas North Texas State 30, muma iime Concordla 34, U. of Illinois, Chicago, 3uena Vista ' " 1 " Tulsa U, Montana Slate 10 Gusravus Adolohus 13, Luth Ripen 21, Cornell, Iowa, 12 Gusravus Adolohus 13, Luther 0 Ripen 21, Cornell, Iowa " Coe 41, Monmouth 13 Weslmar 40,-.Huron 7 Slate College of Iowa 41, North Dakota Stall 14 Parsons 13, Idaho State 8 Carthage 42, Elmhurst 26 Auguslana. III. 31. Carroll, WIs. 4 St. Ola) 41. Knox 0 SHOWDOWN ON SATURDAY Cougars Now Set Sights For Upset Over Wyoming By Associated Press . j a t Provo Saturday, and Wyo- Brigham Young knocked off t£h, 35-13, to move into second place in Western Athletic Con- fei?ence football and a chance.to tie' for first, All . the 1 ' Cougars haye to. : do is beat Wyoming. BYU is 4-1 in conference play. Wyoming is 4-fl. The two play I * · · * · · * . BYU 35, Utah 13 Flrjt downs Ruining yardage Passing Yardage Passes . Raises Intercepted by Punts Fumbles lost Yards penalized Utah BYU 24 104 ·69 2-3S 7-37 7 0 7 21 Utah 90 45 7-25 2 9-44 2 1 . 108 6 0--13 7 0--35 rn 24 pass from Carter (Lav- 11 pass from Blgelow BYU-Obo city kick) Utah-- Driggs (Pullman kick) BYU-- Odle 11 pass from Carter !Lav- ertv kick) Byu-- Oborn 74 punt return (Loverly BYU-- Boyett 42 pass from Carter (Lav Utah-- Woodson 40 run (pass failed) BYU-- Carter 1 run (Laverty kick) Attendance-- 28,776 N.M. State 47, N.M. 12 NMS UNM First clowns ................. IP Rushing yardage ........... 173 Passing yardage ......... 27) Passes ............. W-20 Passes Interceded bv ...... l Punts .................... 3-25 Fumbles lost ............. \ Yards penalized ......... 77 N. Mex. St. 6 1« N. Mex. 3 3 UNM-- FG Seiders 30 NMS-- Bohl 7 pass from Ollvss failed) UNM-- FG Seiders 43 MMS-- Bohl 3 run (Bohl kick) NMS-- Bohl 1 run (Bohl kick) NMS -- Carroll 44 pass from Dllvas (ro driguez kick) UNM-- Beitler 3 run (run failed) NMS-- Catalina 6 pass from Olivas kick) NMS -- Cirroll 57 pass from Olivas (Soh 'NMS-- Bohl 33 run (kick failed) Attendance-- 12,272. ming-Coach Lloyd Eaton won't deny he's glad the Cougars already have one loss against them. Earlier in the season he commented that the perfect way o wind up the circuit would be for Wyoming and BYU to be undefeated when they meet each other. But he added at the time, "I am selfish enough, however, to lope someone knocks them off before that." UTAH, NOW 3-2, was unable to cope with Cougar quarterback Virgil Carter, even though Carter wasn't up to his five-touchdown pass performance against Texas Western. He connected on only three touchdown passes, for 24, 11 and 62 yards, and had to carry the ball himself for a 74 8-20 0 H5 04 7 20--i t 0--1 (kick 31, Texas Western 7 T7 0 7 7--31 . . . , 0 7 0 0-^ 7 55 punt return De- WYCWUNG TEX. WESTERN v/YO--Washington Poyster kick V/YO--FG DePoyster 41 WVO--Davenport 1 run DePoytter kick TEX--Karns 62 pass from Stevens Wad- rflej kick WYO--Llndsey 8 pass from Eeloff De- Poyster kick WYO--Davenport 42 run DePoyster kick Attendance--29,174. Wyo. Tex, First downs 18 e Ru«hins yardaae 194 --71 Passing yardage 216 126 PB»MS 14-27 10-29 Passes Intercepted by 1 2 Puhts 5-39 12-42 Fumbles losf 0 2 Yards penalized 133 52 fourth TD. ft was the only conference game of the weekend. Wyoming stopped Texas Western 31-7; Arizona, 1-3 in conference play, defeated Washington State 26-18; Arizona State, 1-2, ended a two- game losing streak by defeating Oregon 14-10; and New Mexico r-4, fell ignominiously to New Mexico State University, 47-12 Wyoming rolled up 422 yards 266'of them in the air, in shel acking the Miners at El Paso Texas Western, which had baen averaging 33 points a game licked up only 95 yards agains Wyoming. The Miners had mi nus 31 yards on the ground. New Mexico State quarter Dack Sal Olivas completed 1 passes in a row and tailbac! Jim Bohl scored four touch downs as New Mexico, fr«d u; in the first half, lost its steari in the second. The Lobps ha taken an early lead with She man Seiders' 30-yard field goa in the first q u a r t e r . Afte NMSU scored its first Olivas-to Bohl touchdown combination Seiders kicked another fiel goal, this one for 43 yards, t tie the game. BUT IN the second half it wa all Bohl and Olivas as the Lobo fell to their seventh straight los DO YOU R K M R M B K R ? 10 YEARS AGO TUCSON, Nov. 14, 1956 -Halfback Gary Noyes was named the offensive high school Back of the Week by -tiie Citizen fo' his play in Am- phi's 26-13 win over Cataiina. The 145-pounder gained 217 yards, caught two passes for 40 yards and scored once. 15 YEARS AGO TUCSON, Nov. 14, 1951 Halfback Joel Favara, Arizona's top scorer with 90 points, is expected to pace Tucson High's football team past Douglas tonight. Billiard Tables for your home by BRUNSWICK, FISCHER, ALL TECH The Nation's Very Best Home Billiard Tables. Over 16 Models to choose from -- from 514950 to $119500 Easy Terms SPEEDWAY BOWLING BILLIARD SUPPLY 4656 E. Sp««dwoy (1 Blk. I. of SWAN) Ph. 325-3481 this season. Besides the Wyoming - BYl game Saturday, Arizona play host to Iowa State, Arizona Stat meets New Mexico in a con ference game, and Utah is hos to Utah State. North central 27, North Park 25 Bradley 32 UW Milwaukee 8 Cape Girardeau State 41, Klrkville ale 19 Springfield, Mo. State 10, Warrensburs jte 0 Hanover 45. Earlham 25 Dep£uw 9, Wabash 7 Whealon 20, Valparaiso 14 Manchester 12. Indiana Central 3 Rose Poly 58, Culver-Stockton 28 Capital 32, Otterbeln 0 Ohio Weslnyan 7, Mount Union 6 Denlson 63, Kenyon 0 Akron 20, Heirtleberg 0 Younastown 27. Baldwin-Wallace 14 AsMand 7, Marietta 7, lie Ohln Northern 37, BMfton 9 Defiance 33. Anderson, Ind. 0 Cas» Tech 7, Western Reserve 4 William Jewel 14, Missouri Valley 13 Whitewater 23. Oshkosh 21 Lacrosse 20, Eau Claire If River Fails 28. Stout 7 Stevens Point 35, Plattevllle 21 DuBuaue, Iowa 40, Northwestgrn, WIs. Lawrence 43, Beloit 7 St. Norbert 34. Hlllstla e. Mich. 7 Upper Iowa 39. Milton 4 Bethany, Kan. 49, Bethel, Kan. 0 Sterling, K»n, 23, McPherjon, Kin. 21 Collepe of Emporta 28, Souwieaslern, Notrhern Illinois *4, Western Illinois 6 PlHsburg State 35, Northeast Oklahoma Emporia Slate 12, Washburn, Topeks i Friends 14, Kansas Wesleyan 0 Todo 14, Quantlco Marines 14, tie Xavler, Ohio 21. Western Mlchlqtn i Mlnnesota-Dululn 40, Superior 0 St. Cloud 29, Milnnftsota-Morrls 15 Mankato I?. Illinois State Normal 19, Grlnnell 17, Carleton 14. Dakota Wesleyan 20, Sioux Falls 2 Kearney 34, Northern, S.D. 13 Fort Hays, Kan, 19, Omaha 0 Nebraska Wesleyan 54, Concordla, Neb. Bali State U, Southern Illinois 14 Washlnaton U., Mo, 38, Sewanee 3 Northwest Missouri State M, Missouri SOUTHWEST Arkansas 22, Southern Methodist 9 Texas AM 7, Rice 6 Texas 13, Texas Christian 3 Baylor », Texas Tech 14 Arkansas AMN 15, Texas Southern- U. TartetonSlate 44, Anselo Slate 8 tamur Tech 31, ' ' ' Aicarn 19, Pralr grBmbllns 4S, l ' View 10 28? Texas Lutheran 27 Trinity 37. AbUerie Christian 27 Howard Piyrie 15, Su! Ross I East T«x»s state 14, Southwest Texas 26 Stale 14, till lam Houston 10, Texas A8.I o Southeastern, OIKa. J9, Panhandle AIM Arlington State 14, Arkansas State 4 New Mexico Highlands 27, Colorido Stale College 23 Northern Arizona U. 21, Eaitern New Mexico U . FAR WEST Army 4, California 3 Colorado State 35, West Texas State U Idaho 40, Montana t Oregon Stale 24, Washington 13 UCLA 16, Stanford 0 Yankton 48, Southern South Dakota State 26 Fresno 5»ate 14, Pacific, Calif. 14 Pacific 47, Oreqon Tech 0 Northwestern, Okli. 14, Hastings, Neb. Llnfleld 44, Whitman 0 Puaet Sound 43, Whltvyortti 0 Western Washington 37, Central Wash- Innlon 28 North Dakota 62, Mornlngstde 0 24, R. Lewis Col- By Associated Press " The Washington Redskins missed upsetting the Dallas Cowboys by a foot--Danny' VII- lanueya's right one--and the Detroit Lions get their kicks from Garo Yepremiari. In fact, National Football League Clubs really played football yesterday as 29 'field goals were kicked, the most of any weekend this season. · Viilanueva kicked only} one field goal, but it came with just 15 seconds remaining and gave the Cowboys a 31-30 victory, a 62-1 record and moved them to within one-half game of first place St. Louis in the Eastern Conference. ON THE other hand, Yenremi- an booted six field goals for an NFL single game record as the Lions nipped Minnesota 32-31. His eight attemots also tied a single game mark set by Baltimore's Lou Michaels when he was with Pittsburgh. Still .another single game record--11 three-pointer tries by two teams--was set in Pittsburgh's 30-9 upset of St. Louis. Pittsburgh's Mike Clark made three and Jim Bakken booted a like number for the Cardinals, 7-2-1, playing their firs' o a me without quarterback Charley Johnson, who ir through f f^e season because of an ankle injury. in other games, Baltimore tied idle Green Bay for first 1 place in the West with a 7-2 mark by taking a 19-7 victory o v e r Atlanta; Cleveland whipped Philadelphia 27-7 to move within a game of St. Louis; San Francisco tied Chicago 30-30 snapped a streak by trouncing New York 55-14. ALTHOUGH VILLANUEVA'S field goal won't put him in the record book, it could help put the Cowboys in the book as conference or even league champions. Dallas, with no time outs left, started the drive for Villanueva's winning 20-yard boot from their own three with only 59 seconds left. Viilanueva also converted after four TDs--two of them bv the oassing combination of Don Meredith to Bob Hayes for 53 and 95 yards. The Redskins had gone ahead on an 18-yard pass from Sonny Jurgensesi to Charlie Taylor. Jurgensen also hit Taylor for a 78-yard TD, and Charley Gogolak kicked three field goals. "After a while, I think I'll be a good kicker," Yepremian said after breaking the old record of five field goals held by Ernie Nevers of the Duluth Eskimos, Bob Waterfield of the Los Angeles, Bakken of St. Louis and Michaels of Baltimore. THE 22-YEAR-OLD, left-footed, soccer style kicker from Cyprus had never sera a professional football until he suited up for the Lions' contest with Baltimore five weeks ago. Yepremian--w h o s e three- pointers traveled, 33, 26, 15, 20, 28 and 32 yards--also converted after the Lions three touchdowns. The last one followed a three-yard run by Bobby Felts and gave Detroit a 32-24 lead. Pittsburgh, which upset Cleveland last week and gets a shot at Dallas next week, took, advantage of three interceptions oft Terry Nofsinger to beat St. Louis. The Steelers' Clark kicked three field goals ' and quarterback Ron Smith and halfback Dick Hoak threw TD passes. Bakken kicked for all of St. Louis', points. , : . ' Baltimore's Michaels kept the Colts within one point, 7-6, in the first half with two field goals.. Then after Lenny Moore put the Colts ahead on a one-yard run, Michaels added two 'more three^ pointers. · FRANK RYAN passed for two scores, Ernie Green.ran for one and Lou Groza kicked a pair of field goals for Cleveland, now 63. - . ;A 44-yard field goal by Tommy Davis with nine seconds remaining--his third of the game --gave San Francisco its tie with Chicago. A bad pass from center on a conversion attempt after Ed O'Bradovich ran 11 yards with a fumble for a TD cost Chicago a victory. Bruce Gossett also kicked'two field goals for Los Angeles, but the Rams didn't need them as Roman'' Gabriel rushed for' two TDs and completed 24 of 35 ' passes for 298 yards and two scores against the . hapless Giants. One of New York's touchdowns came on a lob-yard return of a pass interception by Henry Carr. PRO FOOTBALL ROUNDUP NATIONAL LEAGUE Euttrn Conference W L T Pel. PU. OP 1 .778 221 '" St. Louis ......... 7 2 . Delias ..... : ____ 4 J 1 .750 Cleveland ........ « 3 o .6(7 hrnaton . . . . . . . 5 5 0 .500 J20 247 W»s . Philadelphia Pittjburah New York Atlanta 3 5 ) 7 1 .12 Green Bay Baltimore San Francisco Uo* Anodes .. Chicago Minnesota ..,; Minnesota .... Detroit 0 9 0 . Western Conference 1500 ?M .375 179 .125 131 .000 - - 177 18 2; 23! ... 289 102 31B 7 2 0 7 2 0 1 I 3 S 1 3 « 101 U? ,778 233 .778 232 ... .57] 183 212 0 .500 199 169 2 .429 134 · .37 1 ; 201 .375 201 .... _ 1 .333 1'3 211 Cowboys 31, Redskins 30 Cowboys Redskin; First downs Rushing yardage 132 Pav-Tna vardage 383 Passes 21-31 D as5;es intercepted 0 Punts 5-38 Fumbles lost 2 -ds penalized 25 Dallas 7 7 Washington 6 0 17 Wash--FG Goqolak 35 Dall--t, 24-44 7-4J 1 '?=a and Los Angeles foiir-game losing __. Meredith 1 run (Vlllanueva'kick) Wash--FG Gosolak 31 Dall--Haves 52 pass from Meredith (Vi'V-iunva kickl Dall--Hayes 95 pass from Meredith (Vl'lanueua kick) Wash--Smith 4 pass from Jursonsen (tln^o'ak k'rkl 11 Dall--Reeves 1 run (Vlllanueva kick) Wash--Taylor 18 (C-"iolaX kick) Wash--Taylor 18 pass from jursensen Dall--FG Vlllanueva 20 Attendance 50,«7. Steelers 30, Cardinals 9 Cardinals Steetprs First downs 14 6 Rushlnq yardage 56 X8 Passing yardage 195 108 Passes 14-47 9-24 Passes Intercepted bv 1 3 Punts 8-24 8-34 Fumbles lost 1 2 Yxrds penalized 55 35 St. Louis » 0 0 0 -- ? PitlsburSh 310 3 14--3D CARD -- FG Bskken 37 Card -- FG Bakken 17 Card -- FG Bakken 12 Pitt -- FQ Clark 40 Pitt -- Russell 14 run (Clark kick) Pitt -- FGCIark 33 Pitt _ FG Clark 22 Pitt _ Hilton 11 pass from Smith (Clark kick) Pitt -- Jefferson 42 pass from Hoak Attendance 28,5S2. Ram- 55, Giants 14 Glints Rimi First downs Rushing yardaqe Passina yardage Pisses Passes Intercepted by Punts , Western New Mexico lepe 18 . Eastern Washington 75, Southern Ore- 9 °Ut«h State 27, San Jose State 7 Adams State 16, Southern Colorado Pomona 40, California Lutheran 14 Cal Poly, San Luis Oblseo 34, Santa Clara 32 Sacratnento State 13, Nevada 8 Chlco State 28,. Hay ward Slate t Westminster. Utah 26, San Francisco 25 State S), Portland State 6 · 1 Oregon 17, George Fox 12 California Poly, Pomona 35, U. of Cali- Weber State S fornla. Davis 13 San Francisco State 22, Humbolt State Willamette 27, Pacific Lutheran 20 Bakersfield 24, Elcnmlno 12 17, 15 3! 47 223 54 349 9-24 28-4; 3-42 l-5 Fumbles lost 0 . o Yards penalized 54 74 New York : 0 7 o 7--1 Los Anaeles 14 10 19 21-tt LA--Moore 11 pass from Gabriel IGos- * e LA--Gabriel 1 run (Gossett kick) NY--Cflrr 100 pass Interception {Goso lak kick) LA--FG Gossett 12 LA--Gabriel 1 run (Gossett kick) LA--FG Gossett 15 LA--Cross 40 Pass Intersection (Gosset kick) LA--Moore t nass from Gabriel (Gos sett kick) . NY--Morrison 55 pass from Kenned (Pooolak kick) LA--Josephjon 4 oass from Munson (Gossett kick) LA--Pore 14 pass from Wvunson (Gos sett kick) Browns 27, Eagles 7 Etilis Brown First Downs 17 17 Rushing yadraqe 115 149 Passlno yardage 175 174 Passes 18-31 15-32 Pasres Intercepted 0 2 Punts 3-41 3-41 Fumbles lost 2 Yards penalized 4X 25 Philadelphia 0 0 0 7 -Cleveland 0 7 713--1 Cleve -- Green 27 run (Orozo kick) Cleve -- Morln 16 pass from Rya (Grozs kick) Clev -- FG Groza 22 Clev -- Warlleld 28 pass from Rya (Groza kick) Clev -- FG Groza 29 Phil -- Gros 1 run (Baker kickl Attendance 77,949. Bears 30, 49ers 30 4)ers Bear First downs Rushing yardaae Passing yardage 28 112 311 12 If, 120 asses assts Intercepted by 1 unts 5-42 umbles lost 2 ards penalized 124 a n Francisco ... 7 3 hlcago 8-22 B-44 o 77 7 1 3 -- 3 0 . 7 3 0 20--30 . . hi-- Kurke 3 run (Lederc kick) F-Willard 1 run IDavisTcick) Chi-- FG Lec!erc 1? SF-- FG Davis 13 SF-- Willard 1 run (Davis kick! Chi-- Savers 43 pass from Bukich (Leler kick) . Chi-- Jone 23 pass from Bukich (Leoler Ick! SF--FG Davis 17 Chi--C'~ ' ' O.'Bradovlch 1) recovered fumble SF-w'lHard 1 run (Davis kick) SF--FG Davis 44 Attendance 47,078. Colts 19, Falcons 7 Cr'ls Falcons 17 89 168 14-29 2 5-40 2 37 3--19 0 7 0 0--7 : lrst downs i 11 lushing yardage 9S asslng yardage 121 asses 10-25 asses intercepted S unls 3-42 -umbles lost ' Yards penalized . 25 Baltimore 3 n 10 Atlanta Bait -- FG Michaels 45 Atla -- Colley 3 pass from Johnson CTPuac kick) Bait -- FG Michaesl 45 Bait -- Mcore 1 run (Michaels kick) Bait -- ,FG Michaels 34 Bait -- FG Michaels 13 Attendance 58,850. Lions 32, Vikings 31 LI-u Vlklnss 14 15 SO 149 218 63 24-42 11-24 5 2 2-33 5-40 2 0 45 Fumbles lost Yards oenallzed Oakland 0 t 38 5 . , ............ 7 2 1 7 4--41 San Diego .. . _____ 10 1 3 4--19 i.ak-- Powell 8 pass from Flores (Els- cheld kick) SD-- Garrison 2 pass from Had! (Van Rp'onorst kick) SD-FG Van Raaphorst 38 cheld kick) 1 pass from Ffores (Els- ld kick) 8 ak-- Powelf ak-- Dixon 3 run (Eischeid kick) Oak-- Daniels 2 pass from Flores (Eis- chejrt kirk) Sb-- FP Van Raaphorst 39 Osk--- Dlxon 2 run (Eischeid kick) rak-- FG Eischeid 22 O?k-- FG Etschelcf 23 S 1 }-- MfKlnnon 34 pass from TensI (pas- fsiled) Attenr!---re .26,2.30. Patriots 27, Oilers 21 I Oihrs Patriots 20 149 242 12-30 0 6-31 0 20 72 329 23-46 0 . 6-39 0 : Irst downs lushing yardage "asslng yardage 'asses 'asses ilntrcepted by unts fumbles lost 0 12 - ., .. 10 0 14 7-31 pass interception Yard? penalized De.troll Minnesota . ... Minn--FG Cox 15 : Minn Hacxbart 41 Cor kick) 8 et --FG Yepremian 33 et--FG Yepremian 26 Del -FG Yeoremlan 15 Del--FG Yepremian 20 Minn---Osbarne 2 'uti (Cox kick) Minn--Brown 17 run fCox kick) Del-- FG Yeoremian 28 Del--FG' Yeoremlan 32 Del--Luccl 53 pass interception 'Yenremian kick) Det--Felts 3 run (Yempremian kick) Minn--Barnes 3 run (Cox kick) Attendance 43.939. AMERICAN LEAGUE Pet. Pts. OP Eastern Division Buffalo 6 3 1 3oston 5 3 1 York 4 4 1 -louston 3 7 0 Miami . . . . 2 7 0 .667 244 .625 IBS .500 17i -3QT 251 .222 132 Flrsl downs Rushing yardage Passing yardage Passes Pns'es Interceded by Punts Fumbles lost Yards penalized Houston Bos'on ... Bos -- Whalen 42 (CsopBiielli kick) HDUS-- Elklns pass from Trull (Blanda Br.5 -- FG Cappellelti 28 Hous -- Frazler 42 pass from Trull (Biinda kick) Bos -- Canpellelti 63 pass from Parllli (C-D-iellelll kick) Bos -- FG Cappellelti 44 63 45 .... 7 ' 0 7-21 ... 7 1 1 7 0--27 pass frrm Parllll Attendance 23,426. First downs Rushing yardage Passing yardage Passes Passes Intercepted by Punti Fumbles lost Yards penalized New York Buffalo NY--FG Turner 42 Bills 14, Jets 3 Jtts Buffalo 15 10 55 92 274 132 19-3' 10-23 · I 4-3S 0 20 Western Division Kansas City 8 2 0 .800 343 Oakland . 4 0 .600 232 San Diego 5 4 1 .556 231 Denver 2 7 0 .222 125 Raiders 41, Ch-rgers 19 Raiders Ctiaraers Flrsl downs 20 16 Rushing yardage . 219 151 Passing vardaoe 2J8 147 Passes 14-30 16-37 Passes Intercpeted by 1 0 Punts 2-34 2-41 5 Major Teams Remain Unbeaten By Associated Press F o u r t e e n college football teams, including five majors, remained unbeaten and untied after last Saturday's games. Nine Games Michigan Stale 2J3 Gtorole Tech 234 Nebraska WJ Clarion ;°' Wa"iesburg 231 Central, Iowa . 247 EI9M G«m«s Noire Dame TM Alabama 202 Whitewater '72 MusHnsum *.* NW Louisiana 509 Defiance . _ .... 107 Seven Garnet Wllkes . 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Final Tucson High Palo Verde ! 1 1 · 1 I ! 1 I 1 1 Name Address Phone .. CONTEST RULES Score each quarter individually, including the final score of the game. Contestants must follow the above designated style to be eligible for prize awards. In order to win, contestants must pick final score. In case of ties, prize winners will be determined by comparative point totals of quarters. Write your score in the boxes. Example . . . Home Visitors 1 1 o 7 2 14 0 3 7 7 4 o 0 Final 1 21 1 14 Entries for this week's game must be deposited in entry boxes located in the Teen Men's Dept, on the Main Floor at Jacome's, by Thursday, Nov. 17th, at 6:00 p.m. No mailed entries will be accepted. The contest is open to everyone. Employees of Jacome's, or their families, are not eligible for this contest. Contestants may bring' in as many entries as they wish on the official entry blank printed in this paper, but no more than one exact-size hand-drawn facsimile can be entered additionally. No mechanically produced copies will be accepted. Deadline: Thursday, Nov. 17th, at 6:00 p.m. Win These Wonderful Prizes! First Prize: 15.00 Jacome's Gift Certificate i Second Prize: 10.00 Jacomc's Gift Certificate !, Third Prize: 5.00 Jacome's Gift Certificate '

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