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Comeback Win to KC Yardstick Chargers Chiefs First down j] Passing yardage ,.?2S Return yardage 30 Passes 12-23-2 Punts Vards penalized 43 21 147 97 16-23-0 4-48 44 KANSAS CITY (AP) - Len Dawson fired two touchdown passes and little Warren McVea brokeout in a rash of running Sunday as the Kansas City Chiefs stormed back from an early 10-point deficit for a 31-10. American Football Conference victory over the San Diego Chargers. Dawson, the old man of the Chiefs, began to find Otis Taylor, his favorite receiver, with regularity soon after San Diego had jumped ahead by 10 points early in the second quarter. Dawson's payoff strikes were three yards to Jim Otis and a 15-yard end-zone shot to Taylor that broke a 10-10 half time! dead-clock la(e in the third period. Once the Chiefs gained the lead, the Kansas City defense pretty much took charge of the game as far as San Diego was concerned. J i m Marsallis promptly spiked any ideas the Chargers had of overhauling the Chiefs by intercepting a John Hadl pass on the Chargers' 49. Sec-' onds later, when San Diego With Bakken's Toe Cards Boot Falcons First downs Rushes-yards Passing yardaga Return yardaga Passes Punts Fumbles lost Yards penalized Yardstick Cardinals Falcons 16 42-151 112 159 12-27-0 60S 0 81 15 24-94 11? 214 13-27-4 4-34 2 46 - A ATLANTA, Ga. (AP) fumble recovery and pass interception set up a pair of touchdowns and Jim Bakken booted four field goals as the St. Louis Cardinals turned back error- prone Atlanta 26-9 in a National Football League game Sunday. The Cardinals tallied their first touchdown on a one-yard dive by MacArthur Lane two plays after Chuck Walker re­ covered Bob Berry's fumble at the Falcon two in the second period. t The other came early in the third quarter after Roger Wen rli picked off a Berry pass and returned it six yards to the Atlanta 43. Nine plays later Roy Shivers knifed over from the two. giving the Cardinals a 23-3 lead. A sellout crowd of 58,850 booed Berry and the Falcon offense throughout the game, but came to life when rookie cor- nerbaek Tom Hayes picked up a blocked punt and raced 25 yards for a touchdown with 11:30 left in the game, cutting the St. Louis lead to 23.9. The Cardinals secondary, however, intercepted two other Berry passes to kill any Atlanta hopes for a comeback. St. Louis also blocked Bill Bell's extra point attempt after the Hayes touchdown. St. Louis turned Jerry Stovall's 20-yard interception return to the Falcon 32 into a field goal by Bakken, a 45-yard- er with 42 seconds left in the opening period. tried again, Johnny Robinson picked off a Hadl pitch on his 39. McVea became a very big man at that point. The 5-9 speedster gained most of the yardage on an eight-play dive that ended with McVea ripping into the end zone from 15 yards away. Ed Podolak added the icing by rolling around right end from the seven, ending a 70- yard drive, with 16 seconds left The drive consumed eight and one-half minutes. Jan Stenerud who converted three times, tied the game late in the second quarter with his 29-yard field goal. 6 IS..?. 0..3..0. 3—2* *- » Sayers Is Back Bears Rout Saints Yardstick First downs Rushes-yards Passing yardage Return yardaga Passes Punts Fumbles lost Saints Rears IS 26 19-75 45-.'01 188 215 28 4V 16-33-3 16-27-0 *44 1-26 2 2 CHICAGO (AP) - Kent Nix, making his first National Foot ball League start since 1968, hurled two touchdown passes and set up others, and Gale Sayers added inspiration as the Chicago Bears walloped the New Orleans Saints'35-14 Sunday. The Bears, scoreless in the last half, stayed tied for first in the Central Division with 3-1. They took a 7-0 lead in the first quarter on Nix 's 25-yard toss to Bob Wallace and erupted fo 28 points in the second period to shear the Saints' record to 1-21. After New Orleans tied the score 7-7 on a 67-yard drive behind Archie Manning's 40-yard aerial to Al Dodd and Jim Ford's 1-yard TD plunge, the Bears uncorked scoring Thrusts of 77, 25, and 64 yards. They added another touchdown when George Seals recovered Tony Baker's bounding fumble in the end zone seconds before halftime. Nix speared Dick Gordon for a 35-yard touchdown, Don Shy hit George Fanner for 23 and another and Shy blasted from the one to score again after Nix set it up with a 31-yard toss to Gordon. Manning completing only two of eight passes for 46 yards was replaced early in the third by Edd Hargett. He herded the Saints on a 50-yard drive that was capped in the fourth by Hoyle Granger's 10-yard scor ing smash. Sayers, who underwent two knee operations since last fai carried eight times for 30 yards. Scoring New Orleans 0 7 0 7—14 Chicago 7 28 0 0- Scorlng St. Louis Atlanta StL—FG Bakken 37 StL—FG Bakken 45 StL—Lane 1 run (Bakken kick) All—FG Bell 15 StL—FG Bakken 33 StL—Shivers 2 run (Bakken kick) Atl—Hayes 25 blocked punt return (kick blocked) StL—FG Bakken 26 A—58,850 'Skins Still Undefeated Scoring San Diego 3 7 0 o — 10 Kansas City o 10 7 14 — 11 SD—FG Parte* (43) SD—Garrett 3 Pass from Hadl (Partee kick) KC—Otis 3 Pass from Dawson (Stene­ rud kick) KC—FG Stenerud (29) KC—Taylor 15 Pass from Dawson (Stenerud kick) KC—McVea 15 run (Stenerud kick) KC—Podolak 7 run (Stenerud kick) —50,154. Browns Strike Steelers Pro Football Standings pre Football At A Oler.ce •V The Associated Press NFL AMERICAN CONFERENCE Eastern Division .WIT P«t. PTS Op Baltimore 3 1 0 . 750 101 17 Miami 2 1 1 -M7 " 51 New England .... 2 2 0 .500 50 43 New York Jets .1 3 0 .250 2 4 69 BuHalo 0 4 0 .000 51 140 Central Division Cleveland 3 1 O .750 92 U Pittsburgh 2 2 0 .500 74 71 Cincinnati 1 3 0 .250 7 7 78 Houston ... .0 3 1 .000 42 86 Western Division Kansas City 3 l o .750 ll 50 Oakland 3 I 0 .750 101 So san Diego l 3 o .250 4» loo Denver 0 3 1 .000 42 - 87 NATIONAL CONFERENCE Eastern Division W L T Pet. PTS OP Washington .... 4 0 0 1.000 96 49 Dallas 2 1 0 M 107 64 New York Giants .2 1 0 M7 *» 90 St. Louis 2 2 0 .500 BO 64 Philadelphia ..0 4 0 .000 24 1 23 j Central DISN Chicago Detroit 3 1 0 .750 119 891 Minnesota 3 1 0 .750 6S 33 Green Bay 2 2 0 .500 122 103 Western Division LOS Angeles 2 1 ! M7 77 60 San Francisco ...2 2 0 .500 99 63 Atlanta 1 2 1 .333 87 1 04 New Orleans I 2 1 .333 71 106 Hutchinson News Monday, Oct. 11, 1971 Page I i Lions Nose The Pack Yardstick First downs Rushes-yards Passing yardage Return yardage Passes Punts Fumbles lost Yards penalized 37 Packers Lions 14 26 24-134 41-178 137 J87 46 59 11-19-? 18-29-1 4-42 1-48 3 94 -35 Chi—Wallace 25 pass from Nix (Per clval kick) NO—Ford 1 run (Durkee kick Chi—Gordon 35 pass from Nix (Perclval kick) Chi—Farmer 23 pass from Shy (Per clval kick) Chi—Shy 1 run (Perclval kick) Chi—Seals recovered fumble In end zone (Perclval kick) NO—Granger to run (Durkee kick) A—55,049 A Mile-High Upset Raiders Escape Yardstick Broncs Raiders First dawn* 10 11 downs 20 11 Rushes-yards 42-156 29-99 Passing yardage 113 220 Return yardage 103 33 Passes 11-28-1 11-24-2 Punts 5-46 4-49 Fumbles lost 0 1 Yards penalized 84 79 DENVER (AP) - Ken Stabler, subbing at quarterback for injured Daryle Lamonica, engineered two third-quarter scoring drives that sparked the Oakland Raiders to a 27-16 victory over the Denver Broncos Sunday in a National Football League game punctuated by numerous penalties. The first half scoring was a field goal duel between Denver's Jim Turner and Oakland's George Blanda, with Turner coming out on top 3-2 with and the Broncos leading 9-6 at the half. But Stabler, who entered the game early in the first quarter when Lamonica suffered strained right hamstring, took charge in the third period. After two Denver offensive holding penalties, he marched the Raiders 61 yards in 17 plays, skirting the left side himself for the first TD 4.37 left. Scoring Oakland 3.3 14 Denver 3 6 0 Den—FG Turner 43 Oak—FG Blanda 38 Den—FG Turner 10 Denver—FG Turner 24 Oak—FG Blanda 24 Oak—Stabler 2 run (Blanda kick) Oak—Chester 9 pass from Stabler (Blanda kick) Oak—Warren 55 pass Interception (Blanda kick) Den—Post 13 pass from Ramsey (Turn er kick) A— 51,200 7-27 7-16 Despite GabrieVs Injury Rams Butt 49ers Yardstick Rami 4*er» First down* 9 14 Rushes-yards 34-219 31-120 Passing yardaga -11 152 Return yardaga 30 14 Passes 2-12-1 17-34-2 PUnts 7-45 5-42 Yards penalized 3$ 90 SAN FRANCISCO (AP) The Los Angeles Rams, despite losing quarterback Roman Ga briel early In the game, came from behind on Larry Smith's 64-yard touchdown run in the final period Sunday and scored a 20-13 National Football League victory over San Francisco. The Rams, 2-1-1, took over first place in the Western Division of the National Conference by upsetting the defending champion 49ers, now 2-2, in the first regular-season NFL game at Candlestick Park. •The Iters limited the Rams to 30 yards on offense in the first half, and led 13-10 midway in the fourth quarter when Smith burst through a huge hole on the left side of the line and rambled for his touchdown. On the kickoff following the score, the 49ers Bob Windsor fumbled the return and the Rams recovered at the San Francisco 28-yard-Iine David Ray kicked his second field goal of the game, a 14-yarder, for insurance points. Scoring Los Angeles o 3 San Francisco 0 3 SF—FG Gossett 24 LA—FG Ray 12 LA—Howard 4 fumble return (Ray kick) SF—Kwallck 9 pass from Brodia (Got sett kick) SF—FG Gossett 31 > LA—Smith 64 run (Ray kick) LA—FG Ray 14 A—44,000 7 10 10 0 - Yardstick Oilers Skins First downs 13 11 Rushes-yards 21-46 40-115 Passing yardage . 146 136 Return yardage 1 138 Passes 16-35-3 10-21-0 Punts 7-45 5-37 Fumbles lost 2 2 Yards penalized . . 35 43 WASHINGTON (AP) - Curt Knight kicked five field goals and the Washington defense easily handled Houston Sunday as the Redskins downed the Oil­ ers 22-13 to remain the only undefeated team in pro football. It was the Redskins' defense, dubbed the Over-the-Hill Gang by one banner because of their relative age, that got Washington's only touchdown. j Defensive end Ron McDole intercepted a Charley Johnson pass and returned it 18 yards for a touchdown. The victory was the fourth straight for the Redskins and came before a home crowd of 53,041, the largest ever in the nation's capital, which endured rain for the first two periods. Houston has now lost three and tied one in four outings. PittsburghCleveland First downs . 11 20 Rushes-yards 20-110 40-131 Passing yardage 112 219 Return yardaga 112 148 Passes 13-28-1 18-27-1 Punts 7-43 4-45 Fumbles lost 0 2 Yards penalized 98 25 CLEVELAND, Ohio (AP) Tight end Milt Morin caught seven passes for US yards and a touchdown, leading Cleveland to a commanding 20-7 halftime lead and the Browns held off Pittsburgh in the second half for a 27-17 victory. The victory gave Cleveland undisputed first place in the American Football Conference Central Division with a 3-1 record, a game ahead of the Steelers. Sunday's Results Oakland 27, Denver 16 Los Angeles 20, San Francisco 13 Kansas City 31, San Diego 10 Washington 22, Houston 13 Baltimore 43, Buffalo O Miami 23, Cincinnati 13 Minnesota 13, Philadelphia 0 New England 20, New York Jels 0 St. Louis 26, Atlanta 9 Cleveland 27, Pittsburgh 17 Detroit 31, Green Bay 28 Chicago 35, New Orleans 14 Monday's Game All timet CDT New York at Dallas, 8 p.m., national television Sunday's Games All times EDT Buffalo at New York Jets, noon Cleveland af Cincinnati, 3 p.m. New England at Miami, noon San Diego at Denver, 3 p.m. Chicago at San Francisco, 3 p.m. Dallas at New Orleans, 1 p.m. Los Angeles at Atlanta, noon Minnesota at Green Bay, 3 p.m. St. Louis at Washington, noon Baltimore at New York Giants, noon Detroit at Houston, 1 p.m. Philadelphia at Oakland, 3 p.m. Monday, October II Pittsburgh at Kansas City, 8 p.m., na tlonal television DETROIT (AP) — Greg Landry fired four touchdown passes, two to wide receiver Larry Walton, as the Detroit Lions edged the Green Bay Packers. 31-28, Sunday in a National Football League game. It was Landry's best per formance as a pro, with his touchdown targets being running back Steve Ownes for 26 yards, Walton for 10 and 60 and wide receiver Earl McCullouch for 17 yards. The game featured several disputed calls, two in the first half, in which the Lions took a 24-7 lead by stopping the Pack- 0 10 3 0—13 6 10 0 6—22 Johnson return Scoring Houston Washington Wash—Knight FG 15 Wash—Knight FG 36 Washington—Knight FG 11 Hous—Sledge 5 pass from (Mosley kick) Wash—McDole It Interception (Knight kick) Hous—Mosley FG 42 Hous—Mosley FG 25 Wash—Knight FG 17 Wash—Knight FG 39 A—53,041. McComb Is Dallas Titlist John class al the in sixth Hutchinson's racing banker, McComb, won the A-Sedan Sunday afternoon in Sports Car Club of America races at the Dallas Internation- Raceway. McComb, who started from pack in the race, gained a Midwest Division Championship SCCA competition for the straight year with the victory. The victory also qualified McComb for the National SCCA races in Atlanta, Thanksgiving weekend. McComb was a national champion in the A-Sedan Class in 1967. Sunday, in Dallas, McComb drove a 1968 Mustang against a field of mostly 1970 or 1971 Mustangs Cameros, Firebirds and AMXs. U.S. Clinches Davis Cup Title CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) Army Private Stan Smith smashed Romania's temper- mental Ion Tiriac 8-6, 6-3, 6-0 Sunday and clinched the Davis Cup for the United States for the 23rd time. The victory sent the Americans ahead of Australia 23-22 in their 71-year rivalry for the big international tennis bowl. Britain and France are the only other nations to have won the trophy. Rallying Pittsburgh held the Cleveland offense in check in the second half until the final eight minutes when the Browns marched 85 yards and used up seven minutes to score the clinching touchdown on Leroy Kelly's seven-yard'run. Morin played a key role in the final drive by catching an 11-yard pass for a first down at midfield on a third down and nine situation. Morin caught passes of 18 and 13 yards on third down and long yardage situations on the first series after the opening kickoff as Don Cockroft kicked a 35-yard field goal to make it 3-0. Cleveland quarterback Bill Nelsen started the Browns' second drive of 54 yards later in the first quarter with a 16-yard pass to Morin and ended it with a 19-yarder to Morin for a touchdown to make it 10-0. Scoring Pittsburgh O 7 3 7—17 Cleveland 10 10 0 7—27 Clev—FG Crockroft 25 Clev—Morin 19 pass from Nelse.i (Cockroft kick) Clev—Scott 19 run (Cockroft kick) Pitt—Smith 22 pass from Bradshaw Gerela kick) Clev—FG Cockroft 20 Pitt—FG Gerela 33 Pitt—Shanklln 11 pass from Bradshaw (Gerela kick) ' | Clev—Kelly 7 run (Cockroft kick) A—83,391 • Colts Shatter Bills, 43-0 Colts Bills Rushes-yards 43-217 11-4 Passing yardage 187 45 Return yardage 103 55 Passes 13-26-2 10-21-4 Punts 4-44 7-40 Fumbles lost 1 • 2 Yards penalize! 71 67 Vikes Blank Eagles, 13-0 Yardstick Minnesota 3.10. .0. .0-13 Philadelphia 0 0..0 0-0 Mln—FG Cox 14 Mln—Osborne 2 run (Cox kick) MIN—FG Cox 17 A—65,350 PHILADELPHIA (AP) Quarterback Norm Snead came back to haunt his old team mates Sunday and the aggressive Minnesota Viking defense intercepted two passes and blocked a field goal in a 13-0 National Football League victo ry over the winless Philadelphia Eagles before 65,358 at rainswept Veterans Stadium. It was the first Eagle shutout since 1962 when they lost 494 to the Green Bay Packers and ended a string of 120 games in which they had scored. Scoring First Downs Rushes-Yards Passing Yardage Return Yardage Passes Punts Fumbles lost Yards penalized Viking* Eagles 15 9 43-135 25-50 60 122 106 7* 11-24-0 14-32-2 8-44.4 8-44 1 1 57 31 BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) - The rampaging Baltimore Colts completely smothered Buffalo Sunday, roaring to a 43-0 National Football League victory over the winless Bills. So powerful was Baltimore's defense, that it limited Buffalo to 41 yards, while the Colts offense scored five touchdowns and picked up six points on a pair of 42 and 28-yard field goals by Jim O'Brien. The Colts added two points on a safety when Buffalo was caught holding in the end zone. Two pass interceptions set the stage for two of the Colts' TDs and two more touchdowns followed Baltimore's recovery of Buffalo fumbles. Buffalo quarterback Dennis Shaw connected on only two of nine passes for 30 yards and saw his second passing effort fall into the hands of Baltimore's Mike Curtis who returned the ball 37 yards to the Bills one. From there Norm B.ulaich scored. Bulaich got his first TD less than two minutes earlier on a 30-yard pass from Earl Mbr- rall. The safety call against Buffalo was a rare play. Baltimore had moved to Buffalo's two on a pass interference call against Robert James. Bulaich got one yard, then the Bills took command. Jim Harris replaced Shaw and handed to Wayne Patrick for two yards. Dolphins Splash Bengals ers' running game and the passing of rookie Scott Hunter. Errol Mann booted a 12-yard field goal ten seconds into the second quarter, which gave Detroit 1 17-0 lead. On the pe- vious play, tight end Charlie Sanders caught what appeared to be a TD pass, but officials ruled he dropped it without having possession long enough. But that call was balanced on the 10-yard touchdown pass to Walton with 2:35 left in the first i half. Instant replay on television showed Walton did not land with both feet in the end zone. Green Bay, which scored in the second quarter on a two- yard halfback pass from Donny Anderson to rookie John Brockington, scored again at 5:23 of the third quarter on a one- yard plunge by Anderson. Detroit middle linebacker Mike Lucci was ejected from the game for bitterly protesting that Anderson was stopped on the one-yard line. Detroit led 24-14, but Walton grabbed a Landry Aerial at the Green Bay 43 and shook off fh*' tacklers to score and pull Dt»: troit away. ,': Scaring Green Bay • 7 14 Detroit 14 1* 1 Det — McCullouch IT past tram ( (Mann kick) Del — Owens 24 pass from UneY* (Mann kick) -.-i Oet — FG Mann it r.'t GB — Brocklngton 4 pasa from And** son (Michaels kick) Oet — L. waltan 10 pass from Landry (Mann kick) GB — Andersen 1 run (MIcheeta kick) Det — L. Walton to pass from Landry (Mann kick) GB - Bratkowskl 1 run (Michael* kick) GB — McGeorge 5 pat* from tret* kowskl (Michaels kick) A - 54,418. Fires 2 TD Passes Plimkett Rips Jets Yardstick First downs Rushes-yards Passing yardaga Return yardage Passes Punts Fumbles lost Yards penalized . Jels Patriots It t5 33-113 34-207 « 130 10 ?!> 4-25-0 1022-0 10-38 Ml 2 2 4? 102 Miami..Cincinnati First Downs 16 1? Rushes yards 34-131 33-214 Passing Yardage 1J1 114 Return Yardage 22 10 Passes 12-23-1 11-19-0 Punts 3-42 4-41 Fumbles lost 0 1 Yards p ileen2d »z 553. Yards penalized 55 52 CINCINNATI (AP) - Miami turned three Cincinnati mistakes into 17 points and Bob Griese picked apart the Ben­ gals defense Sunday, sparking the Dolphins to a 23-13 National Football League victory. Griese rifled touchdown pas scs of 43 yards to Paul Warfield and four yards to Howard Twil ley and Garo Yepremian booted a 19-yard field goal, all after Bengals errors. That boosted the Dolphins, 21-1, into a 17-3 lead late in the third quarter, spiraling the defending Central Division cham pions to their third successive loss for a 1-3 record. Scaring Miami 7 3 7 6—73 Cincinnati 0 3 3 7—13 Mia—Warfield 43 pass from Grlesa (Yepremaln kick) Miami—FG Yepremian 14 Mia—Twllley 4 pass from Frlesa (Yepr­ emaln kick) Cln—FG Mulhmann 9 Mia—FG Yepremaln 16 Cln—Trumph 11 pass trom Anderson A-60,099 GARDEN CITY - Garden City's nationally 20th-ranked Broncbusters erupted for 14 first quarter points and went on to score a 34-14 Jayhawk Junior College Conference football vie tory over Dodge City here Saturday night. Garden City, with Tim King and Clyde Russell scoring a to- al of five touchdowns, moved its season record to 4-1 while dropping the Conquistadors' mark to 2-4. King scored on runs of eight, one and six yards, while Rus sell's TDs came on jaunts of four and 12 yards. Dodge City scored in the third quarter when Bob Bailey ramb led four yards to paydirt, and in the final period when Bob Pride passed to Asa Jenkins to complete a 25-yard TD play, Clyde Wells ran a two-point conversion following the first Conq TD. Garden City had 369 rushing yards and 87 passing yards while racking up 22 first downs. Dodge City gained 133 yards on inson group was Anna Carol I the ground and 165 through the Swanson. 'air. Hutchinson Women Head for State Meet Eight Hutchinson women and a Wichita woman formerly of Hutchinson left Sunday for the Kansas State Women's Senior Golf tournament scheduled at Leawood Country Club near Kansas City. The women will fire a prae tice round Monday, and will enter tournament competition Tuesday and Wednesday. Hutchinson entries were Dorothy Graves, Millicent Mc- Leavy, Tink Crupper, Opal Corey, Neva Schmelzer, Thelma Bookless, Dowena Mendell and Becky Sims. The Wichita woman who traveled with the Hutch- FOXBORO, Mass. (API Rookie Jim Plunkett, a super marksman in a driving rain, fired touchdown strikes to Randy Vataha and Ron Sellers Sunday in leading the New England Patriots to a 20-0 National Football league victory over the New York Jets, Plunkett, the former Heisman Trophy winner from Stanford, unlimbered an unerring arm in the third period after the two longtime rivals had battled to a scoreless standoff in the first half. Then fullback Jim Nance became the 15th player in NFL history to gain more than 5,000 yards as he turned right end and raced 50 yards for nn insurance touchdown late in the fourth period. Nance finished the day with 94 yards for a total of 5.034 in six years with the Patriots. With Plunkett in fantastic control, the Patriots wrecked the New York defense for a pair of touchdowns and went on to defeat the Jets for the first time since 1965. Plunkett and company needed just three plays to soar 75 yards on the watery synthetic surfact. to go in front to stay while a soaked crowd of 61,357 cheered. Starting at his 25, Plunkett hit Sellers with a pass and the former Florida State star raced to the New York 26 on a 49- yard gain. Wasting little time, Plunkett passed 11 yards to Vataha, an old college teammate, for a first down on the 15. Then the former Stanford combo came right back, with Vataha making a shoestring catch of a low strike just across the goal. New York • 0 0 0— • New England 0 0 13 7—20 NE—Vataha is pass from Plunkett (pass tailed) NE—Sellers 6 pass from Plunkett (Gogolak kick) NE—Nance SO run (Gogolak kick) A—31,357. Saturday's Major College Grid Results Busters Rap Dodge Conqs Press ..14 8 ..0 0 from a 2I-4J 0 O— 0 Morrall Sports Results PRO HOCKEY New York 4, Boston 1 (NHL) Buffalo 2, Pittsburgh 1 (NHL) Los Angeles 4, Vancouver 3 INHL) Chicago 2, Detroit 1 (NHL) Hershey 3, Providence 1 (AHL) Nova .Scotia at Rochester, ppd. (AHL) PRO IASKETBALL New York, ABA, 121, Baltimore, NBA, 107 Milwaukee, NBA 129, Pittsburgh, ABA IIS Carolina, ABA, 124, Memphis, ABA, 111 Scoring Baltimore Buffalo •Bat—Bulaich 30 pass (O'Brien kick) Bal—Bulaich 1 run (O'Brien kick) Bal—FG O'Brien 42 Bal—Safely (But penalized for holding In own end zone) Bal—FG O'Brien 28 Bal—Nottingham 32 run (O'Brien kick) Bal—McCauley I run (O'Brien kick) Bal—McCauley 3 run (O'Brien kick) A—46,206. Series Came Washed Out BALTIMORE (AP) - The second game of the World Series between the champion Baltimore Orioles and the Pittsburgh Pirates was postponed by rain Sunday. It was rescheduled for a noon CDT, start Monday. I£ was the first postponement of a World Series game since 1962 during the series between the New York Yankees and San Francisco Giants. Commissioner Bowie Kuhn made the announcement after inspecting the uncovered outfield at Memorial Stadium with head groundskeeper Pat Santa- rone just shortly before noon. Kuhn then returned to the Orioles' dugout and said: "We have decided after checking the field and the weather forecast to cancel the game. The second game will be played tomorrow. We are eliminating the travel date. The third game will be in' Pittsburgh as scheduled (Tuesday). The News Football Quiz (Mark out team you believe will lose. Give margin for winner, not game score. Mark out — do not underline.) 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By The Associated East Albany St, NY 35, Niagara Unlv 20 Alfred 21, St Lawrence 8 Allegheny 21, Oberlln College 0 Amherst 39, Bowdoln 21 Boston College 23, Vlllanova 7 Boston Unlv 47, Massachusetts 21 Brldgcwat, Mass 37, Maine Maritime IS Brockport State 20, Plattstiurg St 0 Butler 14, Wabash 0 Clarion College 17, Lock Maven 7 Cornell 19, Princeton a Curry College 7, Trenton slate 0 C. W. Post 45, Cortland State 13 Dartmouth 19, Pennsylvania 3 Davidson Col 20, Bucknell I Dclawaro 4B, Lafayette o Dickinson Col 31, Haverford Col 32 Drexel Tech 14, Kings Point 4 Edlnboro Stale 79, Indiana U, Pa. 21 Franklin 8, Mar 31, Swarthmare 20 Gettysburg Col 42, Albright 13 . Glassboro State 21, Adelphl 12 Grovo City 21, Thiol College 14 Harvard 21, Columbia 19 Holy Cross 21, Colgata 14 Howard Unlv 29, Delaware State ] Ithaca 39, Fordham 0 Jersey City 31, Nichols Collage I Johns Hopkins 27, Urslnus 14 Juniata College 34, Georgetown 6 Lehigh 35, Rutgers 14 Mansfield St 45, cheyney State I Marlst College 23, Manhattan I AAontclair 2t, Central Conn St 7 Moravian Col 14, Wagner 12 New Hampshire 24, Maine 14 Northeastern 28, American Int'l 8 Pace College II, Hartford Unlv 11 Penn Slate 42, Army 0 Pittsburgh 36, Navy 35 Plymouth State 39, West Conn St 2T Quantlco Marine 23, Springfield I Rochester 21, Union College 13 Slippery Rock 34, Shippensburg 7 Temple II, Connecticut 0 Trinity College 23, Rensselaer 19 Tufts 4,4 Norwich Unlv 20 Vermont 32, Rhoda Island 24 Washingtn It Jaf 35, John Carroll 3D Wesleyan 35, Coast Guard 14 Wast Chester 41, Mlllersvllle St 12 West Maryland II, Lycoming Col 7 Westminster, Pa 34, Waynesburg 6 Wilkes Collage 1$, Delaware Val 30 Williams Col 33, Mlddlebury 21 Worcester Tech 31, Bates College IS Yala 17, Brown lo South Alabama 42, Vendor bill 0 Alabama ASM 14, Florida AIM I] Appalachian St 14, Lenoir Rhyne o Arkansas AMIJN 21, Southern Unlv 27 Arkansas Tech 31, Florence State 30 Auburn 27, South Mississippi 14 Bethune-Cookmn 41, Albany St, Ga o Brldgewater, Va 46, Gallaudet Col 0 Carson-Newman 11, Catawba Col 0 Centre College 27, Washington, Mo. 21 Citadel 25, Virginia Military 24 Clemson 3, Duka O Delta State 20, Tros State 14 Elizabeth City 27, Virginia Union 13 Elon College 19, Presbyterian Col 7 Emory <• Henry 28, Maryvllle Col 12 Fairmont 7, Salem College 1 Fayetfevllle 26, St Paul's Col 4 Flsk University 21, Alabama Stale 16 Florida State 27, Mississippi St 9 Ft Valley State 74, Knoxvllle Col 0 Fro&tburg Stata 20, Towson State 0 Furman Unlv 21, West Carolina 14 Gardner-Webb 42, Guilford Col 14 Geneva College 17, Bethany, W.Va. • Georgia 31, Mississippi 7 Glenvllle State 41, West Va Wesley 10 Hampden-Sydney 16, Washingtn 1 Lea 3 Jackson State 40, Bishop College 7 Jacksonville St 20, SE Louisiana 14 J.C. Smith 21, Morris Brown 6 Livingston State 28, Samford Unlv 1 Louisiana State 41, Florida 7 Louisiana Tech 35, SW Louisiana 15 Louisville 26, Memphis Stata 20 Maryland Slate 11, Morgan Stale 13 McNeese St 38, Lamar Tech 0 Middle Tenn St 31, East Kentucky II Mlllsaps College 27, Georgetown Col O Morehead State 22, Austin Paay o Nawberry Col 41, Concord College 0 No Carolina AIT 25, Norfolk State 1 No Carolina St 21, Waka Forest 14 NE Louisiana St 27, Chattanooga 2) Notre Dame 17, Miami, Fla 0 Ohio 35, Kentucky 4 Petersburg St 46, Shaw 0 Principle Col 29, SW Memphis 2( Richmond 14, East Carolina 7 Sewanee IS, Austin Collage 0 Shepherd Col 17, West Va Tech 17 South Carolina 14, Virginia 14 South Caro St 9, Tuskegee 7 Syracuse 21, Maryland 11 Tampa 47, Dayton 14 Tennessee 10, Georgia Tech 6 Tennessee State 41, Grembllng Col IS Tennessee Tech 20, East Tenn State 3 Tenn U„ Martin 41, Murray State 0 Tulane 37, North Carolina 29 Winston Salem 12, Livingstone Col 7 Concordia, St.P 25, Bethel, Minn, 4 ConcordlaT, Neb. 23, Dana College • Culver-Stockton 22, Lea College 1* Dakota St Col 14, Dakota Wesley 13 Doane College 24, Midland 14 Drake Unlv 28, Northern Iowa 0 East Michigan 17, West Kentucky 14 Elmhurst Col 44, North Park Cat I Eureka College 21, Milton College 1* Ferris Slate 57, Grand Valley * Flndlay College 19, Bluflton 4 Friends Unlv 34, Bethel, Kant. O Graceland Col 16, Emporia College 4 Gusfav Adolphus 44, Augsburg • Hastings Col 14, Black Hills St O Heidelberg Col 14, Capital Unlv • Hillsdale Col 44, Ohio Northern t Hope College 26, Albion O Illinois College 22, Concordia T, III. II Illinois St Unlv 17, Eastern Illinois 4 Illinois Wesley 25, Mllllkln Unlv 24 Indiana Central 27, Rote Polytechnic 1. Jamestown 44,,Dickinson State 4 Kansas 39, Kansas St Unlv 11 Kans State, Pitt 21, Missouri South 7 Kansas Wesley 14, Sterling College 1 Kenyon College 3V, cernegle-VWellon It Knox College at, Belolt College • Lawrence Unlv 30, Coe College II Lincoln Unlv 39, Kentucky State 14 Manchester 7, Hanover Col 4 Marlttta Col 24, Hiram College 23 Michigan 24, Michigan State 11 Michigan Tech 40. St Cloud State IS Minn Ouluth 22, St John's, Minn. 21 Mlnot State 45, Mayvllle State 7 Missouri Valley 21, Ottawa U, Kans. It Mlttovrl Western 21. 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Whitman Coll*** tt. Linnets Cat t Willamette 32, Lewis *> Clark V Wyoming 14, Arliena I • -.if

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