Pirates, Orioles Win Giants-Pirates SAN FRANCISCO (AP)-Bob Robertson rocketed three home runs and Pittsburgh clawed six San Francisco pitchers for 15 hits Sunday, ripping the Giants 9-4 and squaring the National League championship playoff series at one game apiece. The third game of the playoff is scheduled for Tuesday in Pittsburgh, Robertson, who also doubled, drove in five runs as Pirate power asserted itself against the second line Giant pitchers. The red-haired first baseman was ending a-month-long dry spell. He slugged 26 homers during the regular season, but had not connected since August 25. The Giants, riding an emotional high after Saturday's opening game victory, nicked Pirate starter Dock Ellis for a run in the first on Willie Mays' RBI double. But Ellis escaped further damage, pitching his way out of a bases-loaded, one- out jam. In the second, Pittsburgh tied it on Robertson's double and a single by Manny Sanguillen, but hits by Chris Speier and Ken Henderson restored the Giants' edge in the bottom half of the inning. It stayed 2-1 until the fourth when Robertson, leading off lofted a long fly to right field. Dave Kingman, playing in place of injured Bobby Bonds reached over the eight foot-high fence but the ball glanced out of his glove for a home run, tying the score. Then the Pirates took the lead when Manny Sanguillen singled, stole second and rode home on Jackie Hernandez hit. Pittsburgh added another run in the fifth when Gene Clines who had only one home run, during the regular season, socked a shot over the left field wall to make it 4-2. 49ers Clout Eagles, 31-3 First downs Rushes-Yards Passing yardage Return yardage Passes Punts Fumbles lost Yards penalized 49ers Eafllcs 21 17 31-202 28-89 308 172 34 12 15-30-0 17-JO-O 3-4 6-40 2 2 60 37 PHILADELPHIA (AP) Quarterback John Brodie threw three touchdown passes, two of them to tight end Ted Kwalick, as the San Francisco 49ers defeated hapless Philadelphia, 313, before a sellout National Football League crowd of 65,358 in Veterans Stadium Sunday. It was the third straight lopsided defeat for the winless Eagles. The 49ers now are 2-1, the lone setback being an upset by Atlanta. Boride was sharp with long strikes that tore the Philadelphia secondary apart. The Eagles were kept off balance with a successful running game paced by rookie halfback Vic Washington and veteran Ken Willard. San Francisco 314 7 7—31 Philadelphia 0 0 3 0—3 San-FG Gossett 3i San-Kwalick 3 pass from brodie (Gossett kick) San-Kwallck 42 pass from Brodie (Gossett kick) San-V. Washington 15 pass from Brodie (Gossett kick) Phi-FG Feller 50 San-Wlllard 1 run (Gossett kick) A-65,358. Saints Tie Oilers, 17-7 Orioles-A's BALTIMORE Blair's two-run (AP) - Paul double in the 7)70 5131 5000 PITTSBURGH ab r h bl Cash 2b 5130 Clines cf 3111 AOllvor cf Clemente rf Slargell If BRobrtsn Ib 5 4 4 s Sangullln c 5121 Pagan 3b Hcbner 3b JHerndz ss Ellis p BMiller p Giusll p 1000 3000 •(Oil 3000 1000 0000 SAN FRANCISCO ab r h bl Hendersn If 3011 Fuenles 2b 5220 Mays cf 5123 McCovey Ib 3010 Rosarlo pr 0000 Kingman rf A 0 i o Dletz c 4000 Gallagher 3b 4 0 0 0 Speier ss 3120 Cumbrlnd p 0 0 0 0 Barr p cl 0 0 0 McMahon p Duffy ph Carrthers p Bryant p Hart ph Hamilton p 0000 1000 0000 0000 1000 0000 seventh inning put the finishing touches on a four-run Baltimore uprising and Vida Blue's attempt to still the Orioles' bats as the defending world champions belted the Oakland A's 5-3 Sunday in the opening game of the American League playoffs. Blue, the moody, silent left- hander whose confidence had been questioned prior to the opener, breezed into the seventh inning with a three-hitter and a 3-1 lead, raising the specter of the Orioles' first defeat in playoff history. But the world champions, winners of all six of their previous playoff games over two seasons, struck decisively in their half of the seventh and took a 1-0 lead in the best-of- five series to determine the American League representatives in the World Series. Frank Robinson, who had struck out twice previously, opened the Baltimore seventh with a walk, and one out later Brooks Robinson singled him to second. But Blue bore down and got "Andy Etchebarren for the second out on a fly to right that enabled Frank Robinson to move to third. OAKLAND BALTIMORE abrhbl Campnrls ss 4 0 1 0 Blair cf abrhbl 4012 Total 41 9159 Total 34 4 9 4 Pittsburgh 010 210 401 — 9 ; San Francisco .. 110000002—4 DP—Pittsburgh 1, San Francisco 1. LOB—Pittsburgh 7, San Francisco 12. 2B—Mays, B.Robertson, Speier, Cash, Fuenles. HR—B.Robertson 3 (3), Clines (1), Mays (1). SB—Henderson, Sanguillen. •Cumberland. Ellis (W.l-o) ... , B.Miller Giustl . . . Cumberland (L.0-1) Barr McMahon .... Carrithers Bryant Hamilton Save—Glusti. First Downs Rushes-Yardage Passing yardage Return yardage Passes Punts Fumbles lost Penalties Saints.. Oilers 16 13 36-184 26-107 79 154 40 8-20-2 8-45 2 70 15 9-25-3 6-44 0 33 HOUSTON (AP) - Charlie Derkee, released earlier this year by the Houston Oilers, took his revenge Sunday by kicking a 37-yard fild goal with nine seconds remaining, to give the New Orleans Saints a come-from-behind 13-13 tie with the Oilers in a Natonal Football League thriller. Darkee's kick came only seconds after the Oilers' placement specialist Mark Moseley had kicked a 44-yard field goal with 59 seconds left in the game to give the Oilers a momentary 13-10 advantage. New Orleans 7006—13 Houston 30010—13 NO—Abramowlcz 63 pass from Manning (Derkee kick) Hou—FG Moseley 22 NO—FG Derkee 14 Hou—Joiner 70 pass from Johnson (Moseley kick) Hou—FG Moseley 44 NO—FG Derkoe 37 A-47,966 IP . 5 3 . 1 3 1 . 2 . 0 . 2 . 1 R ER BB SO 2241 3 HBP—fay (Gallagher), by Bryant (Hebner). Sanguillen. T—3:23. A—42,562. Ellis PB- Rudi If 4010 DJohnson 2b 4 i l.o RJackson rf 4000 Rertenmd If 4011 4110 FRoblnsn rf 3100 4120 JPowell Ib 4010 4122 BRoblnsn 3b 3 1 1 0 3021 Etchebrn c 3000 1000 Belanger ss 2111 TDavIs Ib Bando 3b Mangual cf Duncan c Epstein ph DGreen 2b Blue p Fingers p 1000 McNally p 3000 Molton ph 0000 Palmer pr Walt p 2000 1 0 1 ! 0100 0000 Total Oakland Baltimore E—D.Johnson. 32 3 9 3 Total 30 5 7 5 020 100 000—3 000 100 4 0 x— 5 DP—Oakland 1, Baltimore 2. LOB—Oakland 4, Baltimore 3. 2B—Rudl, Bando, Duncan, Mangual, D.Johnson, . Rettenmund, Motion, Blair, Campanerls. 3B-~Mangual. S—D.Green. IP H RERBBSO Blue (L,0-l) 7 7 5 5 2 8 Fingers 1 o 0 0 0 1 McNally (W,l-0) ... 7 73315 Warl 2 2 0 0 0 1 Save—Watt. T—2:23. A—42,621. Mark Bel anger, the Orioles' shortstop, then singled to center, scoring Frank Robinson, and Baltimore Manager Earl Weaver went to his bench, sending up reserve outfielder Curt Motton to pinch hit for starter Dave McNally. Motion, a .189 hitter during the season, lashed a liner to the left field corner that drove in Brooks Robinson with the tying run. Jim Palmer went in to run for Motton, and scored behind Belanger when Blair stroke a liner down the third base line for two runs and a 5-3 lead that put it out of the A's reach. Colts Gallop Past Patriots First downs Rushes-yards Passing yardaga Return yardage Passes Punts Fumbles los Yards penalized Colts Patriots 24 9 36-136 222 17 19-24-2 2-47 0 10 25-89 6 44 9-20-1 6-36 0 50 FOXBORO, Mass. (AP) The Baltimore Colts sent Tom Matte and rookie Don Nottingham crashing for first period touchdowns and Jim O'Brien added three field-goals Sunday in a 23-3 National Football League romp over the New England Patriots. Baltimore's tough defense led by Bubba Smith applied heavy pressure on rookie quarterback Jim Plunkett and the only Patriots score was Charlie Gogolak's 34-yard field goal late in the opening half. Veteran Earl Morrall, continuing to start at quarterback ahead of Johnny Unitas, picked apart New England's defense, completing 13 of 17 passes for 162 yards. However, he had two tosses intercepted. Baltimore New England .14 ..0 3 0 3 0 6-23 0- 3 BA-Matte 2 run (O'Brien kick) BA+Nottlngham 1 run (O'Brien kick) NE-FG Gogolak 34 BA-FG O'Brien 42 BA-FG O'Brien 41 BA-FG O'Brien 50 A—61,232 Chiefs In 16-3 Win Pro Football Standings By The Associated Press National Football League AMERICAN CONFERENCE Eastern Division W L T Pet. pts.. Op. Baltimore Miami New England . New York Jots Buffalo . , , Cleveland Pittsburgh Cincinnati Houston Kansas City Oakland San Diego Denver 2 1 0 .667 1 1 1 ,500 1 2 0 .333 1 2 0 .333 0 3 0 .000 Central Division 200 1.000 2 1 0 .667 1 2 0 .333 0 2 1 .000 Western Division 2 1 0 ,667 1 1 0 .500 1 2 0 ,333 0 2 1 .000 58 49 30 24 51 45 57 64 29 50 40 38 26 NATIONAL CONFERENCE Eastern Division W L T Pet, Pts. Op. Washington .... 3 o o 1.000 74 36 Dallas ... 2 I 0 .667 107 New York Giants. 2 1 0 .667 66 St. Louis 1 2 0 .333 Philadelphia ... 0 3 o .000 Central Division Chicago 2 1 0 .667 Detroit 2 1 0 .667 Green Bay 2 1 0 .667 Minnesota 2 1 0 .667 Western Division 64 90 54 55 24 110 40 49 88 61 72 33 94 52 San Francisco Atlanta Los Angeles New Orleans 2 1 0 .667 1 1 1 .500 1 1 1 .500 1 1 1 ,500 86 78 57 57 Sunday's Results Baltimore 23, New England 3 New'York Jets 14, Miami 10 San Francisco 31, Philadelphia 3 Pittsburgh 21, San Diego 17 Minnesota 19, Buffalo 0 Green Bay 20, Cincinnati 17 Washington 20, Dallas 16 Houston 13, New Orleans 13, tie Detroit 41, Atpanla 38 New York Giants 21, St. Louis 20 Kansas City 16, Denver 3 Los Angeles 17, Chicago 3 Only games scheduled Monday's Game Oakland at Cleveland, 8 p.m, CDT, national TV Only game scheduled Sunday's Games (All times CDT) Baltimore at Buffalo, noon Houston at Washington, noon Miami at Cincinnati, noon Minnesota at Philadelphia, noon New York Jets at New England, noon Pittsburgh at Cleveland, noon St. Louis at Atlanta, noon Green Bay at Detroit, 1 p.m. New Orleans at Chicago, 1 p.m. San Diego at Kansas City, 1 p.m. Denver at Oakland, 3 p.m. Los Angeles at San Francisco, 3 p.m. Only games scheduled Monday's Game New York Giants at Dallas, 8 p.m., national TV Only game scheduled Purple Gang Blanks Bills First down Rushing yardage Passing yardage Return yardage Passes Punts Fumbles Lost Yards penalized Chiefs Broncos 11 9 33-93 27-60 66 160 165 57 9-21-1 12-28-4 4-55 6-43 2 1 55 85 DENVER, Colo. (AP) - Kansas City, helped by four pass interceptions and some costly Denver penalties, rode the toe of Jan Stenerud to a 16-3 victory over the Broncos Sunday in a National Football League contest here. The victory moved the Chiefs into first place in the American Conference's Western Division with a 2-1 record. The Broncos fell to 0-2-1. On the first play of the second quarter, Denver quarterback Don Horn was hit by Chiefs linebacker Bobby Bell just as he released a pass. Kansas City end Aaron Brown picked off the aerial and loped 68 Lions Fight Off Falcons Chargers Held Off First downs Rushes-yards Passing yardage Return yardage Passes Punts Fumbles lost Yards penalized Falcons Lions 16 23 21-47 57-233 295 95 28 81 13-23-3 7-12-1 1-37 3-17 2 33 1 72 San Diego Pittsburgh 28 16 39-169 27-125 258 157 31 64 25-36-2 15-24-0 2-43 6-45 2 1 83 85 First downs Rushes-Yards Passing yardaga Return yardage Passes Punts Fumbles lost Yards penalized PITTSBURGH (AP) - Pittsburgh turned two 1 San Diego mistakes—a fumble and an interception—into touchdowns, and the Steeler defense stopped three scoring threats in the waning minutes to give the Steelers a 21-17 victory over the Chargers Sunday. Quarterback John Hadl ripped apart the Steelers' secondary, but his two mistakes were the Chargers' downfall. San Dleflo 7770-17 Pittsburgh • 7 0 7 7-21 SD-FG 21 Partee Pitt— Fuqua 5 run (Gerela Kick) SD—Parks 16 pass from Hadl (Partee kick) Pllt-Fuqua 1 run (Gerela kick) SD-Garrelt 4 run (Partee kick) Pitt—Bradshaw 3 run (Gerela kick) A— 14,339 DETROIT (AP) — Detroit scored five different ways and look advantage of numerous Atlanta mistakes Sunday as the Lions outlasted the Falcons 4138 to knock them from the unbeaten ranks in the National Football League. It was a wide open game from the outset, with Detroit safety Mike Weger initiating the scoring circus by grabbing Falcon Jim Butler's fumble in the air and racing for a 52-yard touchdown with the game three minutes old. Moments later, the Lions' Wayne Walker recovered Art Malone's fumble at the Atlanta 25. Four plays and a 14-yard Atlanta penalty later, Steve Owens bulled over for a two- yard touchdown. Atlanta 7 17 7 7—38 Detroit ,.14 14 10 3-41 Det—Wager 52 fumble return (Mann kick) Det—Owens 2 run Mann kick All—Mitchell 13 pass from Berry (Bell kick) Atl-FG Bell 36 Det—Jessie 97 kickoff return (Mann kick) Atl-rMalone 1 run (Bel) kick) Det—L, Walton 56 pass from Landry (Mann kick) 'Del—Sanderi 16 pass from Landry (Mann kick) Del—FG Mann 18 All—Burrow 25 pass from Berry (Bell kick) Det-FG Mann 13 All—Hayes 20 blocked punt return (Bell kick) A-i-MU. yards for the game's only! another Horn pass and returned touchdown. Later in the period, a pass from Len Dawson to Morris Stroucl clicked for 50 yards and a roughing-the-passer penalty against the Broncos on the play moved the ball to Denver's 13 yard line. When the Denver defense stiffened, Stenerud booted a 20-yard field goal. Stenerud kicked a 26-yarder with 5:55 left in the game after Johnny Robinson intercepted at midfield and a Denver personal foul had moved the ball to the Broncos' 37. On the Broncos first play following the field goal, Chief safety Jim Kearny intercepted to the Denver 17. With 2:58 left, Stenerud split the uprights from 16 yards out. The Broncos had 220 yards First downs Rushes-Yards Passing yardage Return yardage Passes Punts Fumbles lost Yards penalized Bills Vikings total offense in the game against a grudging Chief defense, while Kansas City managed only 159. But Denver was able to get on the Scoreboard only on Jim Turner's 37-yard field goal after 2:14 in the first quarter. Kansas City < 01006—16 Denver 3 0 0 0—3 Den—FG Turner 37 KC—Brown 68 pass Interception (Stene- rud kick) KC—FG Stenerud 20 KC—FG Stenerud 26 KC—FG Sfenerud 16 A—51,200 To Rams, 17-3 Bears Lose First First downs Rushes - Yards Passing yardage Return yardage Passes Punts Fumbles lost Yards Penalized Bears Rams 10 21 16-18 44-252 45 159 26 18 9-38-4 13-30-2 9-40 7-37 0 2 20 51 LOS ANGELES (AP) Lance Rentzel sank the hopes of Chicago with a spectacular 50-yard run on a reverse in the fourth quarter Sunday as the Los Angeles Rams handed the Bears their first loss of the season, 17-3, for Tommy Prothro's first win as a coach in the National Football League. A crowd of 66,957 turned out on a day when the temperature on the field in Memorial Coliseum was over 100 degrees at kickoff time. And until Rentzel took the ball on a double reverse, the fans reserved cheers for the Rams defense, which snappd out,of a two-game lethargy. The defeat for Chicago, after upsetting Pittsburgh and Minnesota, was doubly tough. The Bears' No. 1 quarterback, Jack Concannon, suffered a severe knee injury one minute after the second quarter opened and will undergo surgery Monday. The back-up signal caller, Kent Nix, whose heroics led Chicago to victory in the fading moments twice, was unable to keep it up against the fired-up Ram defense, which intercepted four passes. Los Angeles scored its first touchdown in the opening period as the roundly-booed Roman Gabriel steered the team 47 yards In four plays. Gabriel passed 20 yards to Jack Snow, then Rentzel scampered 23 yards on a reverse to the Bear six. Les Josephson carried it over for a 7-0 lead. Chicago's only score was a 36-yard field goal by Mac Percival. It was set up when linebacker Dick Butkus recovered a Ram fumble on the Los Angeles 36. • David Ray's 23-yard field goal with one second remaining in the half gave the Rams a 103 lead. The third period was scoreless, while Rentzel's run 7 2-56 8 13 23 59-193 133 60 12-20-2 12-21-2 5-42 4-31 1 1 8 47 MINNEAPOLIS - ST. PAUL (AP) — Minnesota's Purple Gang defense, with Dave Osborn supplying the offensive spark, frustrated Buffalo's Dennis Shaw as the Vikings hammered the Bills 19-0 Sunday in a national Football League game. The Gang, fired up by the mad rush of its front four, slammed quarterback Shaw seven tunes for losses of 59 yards; held Buffalo to 12 yards in the first half, and powered the Vikings to a 12-0 halftime lead. Defensive tackle Alan Page smeared Shaw for a safety in the second period, Noel Jenks recovered a kickoff fumble to set up Fred Cox' 40-yard field goal and Charlie West intercepted a pass to start the Vikings toward their first touchdown—a one-yard run by Osborn. Osbom caught five passes for 65 yards and rushed 19 times for 93 yards, most of them in the second half, quarterback Norm Snead plunged a yard for the second Viking touchdown in the fourth period. The Bills did not get past Minnesota's 48 until late in the third period when 0<J. Simpson was the only scoring in the I carried 10 yards to the Viking fourth quarter. -hlcago 0030—3 Los Angeles 7307—17 LA—Josephson 6 run (Ray kick) Chi—FG Perclval 36 LA—FG Ray 23 LA—Rentzel 50 run (Ray kick) A-66,957 33. Buffalo o 0 0 0—0 Minnesota 012 0 7—19 Minn-Osborn 1 run (Cox kick) Mlnn-FG Cox 40 Minn-Safety Shaw tackled In end zone Minn-Snead 1 run (Cox kick) A-47,900, Hutchinson News Monday, Oct. 4, 1971 Page 7 By the Skin of Their Teeth KANSAS CITY (AP) - Four Big Eight Conference football teams are still undefeated and untied but two of them, sixth- ranked Colorado and unrated Iowa State, survived just by the skin of their teeth. Colorado drove 80 yards on the daring of sophomore quarterback Ken Johnson to come from behind in the third quarter and finally defeat aroused Kansas State 31-21 Saturday at Boulder, Colo. The victory gave the Buffs, 4-0, the Big Eight lead. Iowa State, 3-0, had to call on Reggie Shoemake for a 36-yard field goal with 1:14 remaining in order to beat Kent State 1714 at Kent, Ohio. Huskers Sail Nebraska, 4-0, and Oklahoma, 3-0, secored decisive victories. The top-ranked Cornhuskers thrashed previously unbeaten Utah State 42-6 at Lincoln, Neb., and eighth-ranked Oklahoma used its crunching ground game almost exclusively to outscore Southern California 33-20 at Norman, Okla. Kansas and Missouri both lost. The Jayhawks couldn't contain Minnesota's rushing attack and bowed to the Gophers at Minneapolis 38-20. Missouri, after leading at the half 6-3, yielded to Army 22-6 at West Point, N.Y. Oklahoma State was idle. Johnson was very much Colorado's big gun. With the Buffs behind 21-17, Johnson engineered the 80-yard march that put Colorado ahead for good. He started it off with a 20-yard thrust on the keeper. The other big plays were Johnson's 31- yard pass to Clifford Branch, a 14-yard sprint around right end by Charlie Davis that put the ball on the 20. Johnson hit Branch with an end zone pass on second down. Johnson set a school record with 276 yards passing and rushed for 56 more. Dennis Morrison, ineffective in earlier games, made 178 yards passing and rushed for 34 yards for Kansas State, 2-2, He threw a 16-yard pass to Fred Merrill for a TD that put the Wildcats ahead with 5:25 left in the third period. Branch Explodes Again Branch got the game's first score with a 59-yard touchdown punt return. The Buffs, who averaged 333.5 yards rushing in their first three games, managed only 97 against the Wild- BIG EIGHT STANDINGS Conference All Games W L T Colorado 100 Nebraska 000 Oklahoma 000 Iowa State 000 Oklahoma State 000 Kansas 000 Missouri 000 Kansas State 0 1 >• 0 W L T 400 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 3 4 3 3 2 2 1 2 Pts. Opp. 138 69 145 118 0 0 0 0 2 0 85 60 83 36 70 27 49 41 54 68 60 58 cats' gutty defense. Coach Eddie Crowder of Colorado tapped Herb Orvis, injured defensive tackle who wasn't supposed to play, for action in the second half in an effort to bolster the Buffs' pass rush. Quarterback Dean Carlson socred both Iowa State touchdowns, running five and two yards. He passed for 207 yards and found Willie Jones with a 20-yard pass on the drive leading to the winning field goal after Kent State had deadlocked the game early in the fourth quarter. George Amundson, the Iowa State tailback, collected 118 yards on 27 carries. Nebraska scored against Utah State on its first two possessions. Quarterback Jerry Tagge threw for two touchdowns, 14 yards to Bill Olds and 36 yards to Johnny Rodgers, and scored twice himself on runs of three and one yard. Dave Mason ran 53 yards for a Cornhusker touchdown with a pass interception. GARY PLAYER'S GOLF CLASS: Don't obscure the ball MAKE THE LEFT SHOULDER TURK! UNDER THE CHIN AND KEEP THE ClUBHEAD CLOSE TO THE GROUND THIS ENABLES YOU TO WHEN YOU RAISE YOUR LEFr SHOULDER ON THE BACKSWING, 1QM, \T OBSClflffS YOUR VIEW OF THE BAIL vv AND ALSO MAKES YOU \\\ COCK YOUR WRISTS TOO EARLY BALL MORE EASRVANDVOU GETA BETTER POSITION WITH YOUR HAMDS MORE UNDERNEATH THE CLUB 'Skins Startle Pokes First Downs Rushes-yards Passing Yardaga Return Yardage Passes Punls Fumbles Lost Yards Penalized Redskins..Cowboys 20 29-82 175 14 41-200 85 45 6 5-10-1 17-35-0 3-51 5-42 15 35 DALLAS, Tex. (AP) - Washington shocked Dallas on Charley Harraway's 57-yard touchdown gallop and a 50-yard scoring bomb to Roy Jefferson Sunday, giving the Redskins a 20-16 victory over the Cowboys and sole possession of first place in the National Football Conference's eastern division. It marked the first tune Washington had won its first three regular season games since 1947. Curt Knight kicked field goals of 25 and 32 yards as the salty Washington defense withstood a late Cowboy rally. Harraway burst over left tackle on Washington's third offensive play and sailed down the left sideline to give the Redskins a quick 7-0 lead at 11:43 in the first quarter. Mike Clark kicked field goals of 22, 9 and 27 yards as Washington led 14-9 at halftime. Knight kicked field goals of 25 and 32 yards in the second half and a rout appeared in the making until Roger Staubach replaced starting cowboys,^™....i::::::::;:::::::;90? quarterback Craig Morton in the fourth period. Staubach drove the Cowboys 69 yards in nine plays, capped by Calvin Hill's one-yard touchdown run with 3:08 left. Washington, behind the running of Larry Brown, used valuable time in the waning moments as the Cowboys defense couldn't keep the Redskins' from making three first downs. It was Dallas' first loss this season after six preseason victories and two in the regular season. It was only the Cowboys' second loss in the last 17 games. Washington is 3-0 in the NFC East. Washington Rookie Leads Way Pack Flips Cincy , , „ cinn. Green Bay p ac k er 15 on the next play and First downs 10 IB * J Rushes-yards 24-86 50-256 Passing yardage 88 62 Return yardage 65 36 Passes 11-22-1 4-12-2 Punts 7-43 4-35 Fumbles lost 1 1 Yards penalized 44 35 GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) Rookie John Brockington sparked a powerful ground attack with 120 yards in 18 carries and Lou Michaels kicked two field goals, including a decisive 14-yarder with 8:45 left, to lead the Green Bay Packers to a 20-17 National Football League victory over the Cincinnati Bengals Sunday. Rookie quarterback Ken Anderson, replacing injured Virgil Carter, almost pulled the game out when his five-yard touchdown pass to Eric Crabtree lifted the Bengals to within 20-17 with four minutes left. Fletcher Smith recovered a Dave Hampton fumble at the Anderson scrambled seven yards to a fourth down and two situation at the seven. Cincinr nati sent its field goal unit on the field, then pulled it off and decided to try for the first down. Willie Wood and en Ellis then nailed Anderson for no gain with two minutes left. Carter, the American Conference's leading passer suffered .773 3—20 -16 Wash—Harraway 57 run (Knight kick) D/il-FG Clark 22 Wash—Jettorson 50 pass from Kilmer (Knight kick) Dal-FG Clark 9 Dal-FG Clark 27 Wash—FG Knight 25 Wash—FG Knight 32 Dai-Hill 1 run (Clark kick) A61,554 Jets Dump Miami 14-10 First downs Rushes-Yards Yards passing Return yardage Passes Punts Fumbles lost Yards penalized Jets Dolphins 13 14 42-127 32-158 87 134 68 39 9-21-I 9-22-1 7-45 4-42 0 75 50 MIAMI (AP) - George Nock bolted in for a touchdown from two yards away in the closing minutes and gave the New a shoulder separation in the Yo rk Jets a comeback 14-10 Giants Trim Cards Giants Cardinals Irst downs 16 14 Rushes-yards 42-81 30-129 'asslng Yardage 220 170 Return yardage 34 43 20-32-2 10-22-1 Passes Punts Fumbles lost Yards penalized 5-65 5-41 .0 6-41 3 3-45 ST. LOUIS (AP) - The New Quarterback Fran Tarkenton, long a St. Louis nemesis, then dispatched the New Yorkers on drives consuming 58 and 70 yards for their biggest lead of the game, 21-3. Tarkenton, who completed 14 York Giants spurted to three -»J his first 17 P asses - whi PP«l a '10-yard touchdown toss to tight touchdowns in the first half, one on rookie Rocky Thompson's 93-yard kickoff. return, end Bob Tucker and skipped two yards into the end zone for and held on to upend the St.| another score before st - Louis Louis Cardinals, 21-20, in a televised National Football League game Sunday. The Giants, moving at will during the offensive surge, glided to a 21-3 lead after Thompson, the club's first-round draft choice, took the kickoff at his own seven yard line and dashed untouched down the right sideline. battled back. The Cardinals struck on quarterback .Pete Beathard's 64- yard touchdown pass to Mel Gray as the second quarter ended. In the third period, beginning at their 18, the Cardinals again got on the Scoreboard via a Beathard-Gray bomb—this covering 60 yards—as the first- year wide receiver from Missouri outran Giant defenders Willie Williams and Joe Green. St. Louis mounted a drive at the Giants 48 following Mike McGill's pass interception late in the third quarter. The Cardinals pounded 33 yards to the Giant 15, then elected to send in Jim Bakken •or a 22-yard field goal, which ;rimmed the New York lead to 21-20 with 5:48 remaining. >4ew York 14700—21 Sf, Louis 3773—20 StL—FG Bakken 14 NY—Thompson 93 kickoff return (Gog lak kick) NY—Tucker 10 pass from Tarkenlon (Gogolak kick) NY—Tarkenton 2 run (Gogolak kick) StL—Gray 64 past trom Beathard (Bakken kick) SIL—Gray 40 pass from Bealhard (Bakken kick) StL—FG Bakken 22 A-49,571 second quarter. Cincinnati safety Ken Dyer was taken to St . Mary's Hospital, Green Bay, with what was described as a contusion of the spinal cord at the neck suffered on the game's second play. Green Bay took a 3-0 lead when Michaels kicked a 15-yard field goal after Hampton had returned the opening kickoff 80 yards to the Bengal 25. The Packers went 63 yards in five >lays, including a 32-yard Scott Hfunter to Carroll Dalpass, to a our yard touchdown run by Donny Anderson to make it 10-0 at the half. Horst Muhlmann got Cincinnati on the board with a 26- yard field goal set up by Anderson's 44-yard pass to Bob Trumpy in the third quarter. The Bengals gained a 10-10 tie moments later when Lemar Parrish intercepted a Hunter pass and raced 65 yards for a touchdown. The Packers took a 17-10 lead on the first play of the final quarter when Hunter, passed 19 yards to Rich McGeorge for a touchdown. victory over Miami Sunday in a National Football League game. The winning touchdown for the twice-beaten Jets was set up when the ball took a New York bounce with five minutes remaining as Miami sat on a 10-7 lead before an Orange Bowl crowd of 70,670. The Jets' Steve O'Neal punt- Hutch Dog Wins Trials A recorl number of dogs from all across Kansas were entered n the Salt Plains Pointing Dog L'lub trials at the club grounds, Sunday. Gen, a female English Pointer owned by Johnny Bridges, 12 Sunset Drive, was the winner in the talent-filled Gun Dog Class (24 months and over). Red, a Vlzla owned by Vern Simmons of Dodge City, was the winner in the Derby Dog Class (15-24 months) and Lord Gunner, a German Short- hair owned by Larry James, Hutchinson, was the winner in the Puppy Dog Class (14 months or less). Younger dogs were allowed to compete in an older-dog 3racket. Dogs were judged for their hunting ability in the bird field for a period of eight minutes. The next trail trial date Is Sunday, Oct. 31. Anyone interested in joining the club is urged to attend a club meeting, held the last Thursday of each month at the Reno County Courthouse, 8 p.m. All of the dogs that placed Sunday were Hutchinson entries except the dog owned by Simmons of Dodge City. Following are placings In each class with name of dog, )reed and name of owner: GUN DOG CLASS Gen, English Pointer, John Bridges* Duke, Brittany, Pat Koehler; Toby, English Pointer, Fred Gilbert,- Misty, English Pointer; Gary Bracn. DERBY DOG CLASS Red, Vlzla, Vern Simmons; English Pointer, Gary Stewart; Duk« (lie) Rues, English Pointer; Lloyd Kelsey (handled by Ray Brooks) and Bud, English Pointer, Georga Bleythlna. • PUPPY CLOSS Lord Gunner, German Shorthal, Larry James; (lie) Buddy, English Setter, Herb Bryant and Boone, English Setter, R. O. Dlxon and Sis, English Pointer, Lev/man. Cd and When the ball Struck the! Ken Bankoy; Buck, English Pointer, tUl'f, Dolphin players SCam-j Geor Oo Baize; Joe, English Pointer, Jim pered to avoid being hit by it." An official ruled that the ball knicked a Miami man and the Jets' Paul Crane recovered at the Dolphin 37. Emerson Boozer ignited New York's drive against the deflated Dolphins, sweeping the left side for 14 yards and thej KANSAS CITY (AP) right for eight to set up George'Satchell Paige's secret is out. Satch Paige Reveals Age Cincinnati o o 10 7—17 Green Bay 37010—20 GB—FG Michaels 13 GB—Anderson 4 run (Michaels kick) Clnn—FG Muhlmann 26 Clnn—Parrish 65 pass Interception (Muhlmann kick) GB—McGeorge 9 pass from Hunter (Michaels kick) GB-FG Michaels 14 Clnn—Crabtree 5 pass from Anderson (Muhlmann kick) A-56,263 Nock's winning score from the two at 1:55. Miami's fans booed constantly during the winning march after watching the Dolphins nurse a 10-0 lead through most of what had been a dull game. The Dolphins now have a 1-11 record and the Jets are 1-2. Miami scored all its points in the opening five minutes. Tim Foley intercepted a pass by Jet quarterback Al Woodall on the very first play to get the Dol- phins'rolling at the New York 18, New York 00014—14 Miami 10 0 0 0-10 Mia—Csonka 16 run (Yepremlan kick) Mia—FG Yepremlan 43 NY—Nock 1 run (Howfleld kick) NY—Nock 2 run (Howfleld kick) A-70,670 He's 65 years old. 01' Satch, whose age has long been a mystery, revealed Sunday night at a testimonial dinner for the baseball Hall of Fame pitcher that he was born July 7, 1906, at Mobile, Ala.: Satch had the proof, a vprl- fication of his birth from the Mobile County Health Department. The birth record had Paige's name: "Leroy Page" without the "i." Paige could have put a stop to all of the guessing about his age more than 2& years ago if he had so desired but he liked to keep people wondering. The birth verification was dated Jan. 7, 1969.
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