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Ili ' DAILY PRESS, KKWPOKT NEWS, VIRGINIA, MOMMY MORN PiO. DECEMBER 4, 1972' St Cleveland; eeiers w rv mmvm x jt"" iw d i phi ijw tmi i i nm hi i "I ' Halt '.V: K eng; ais Green Bav j PITTSBURGH (AP) Rampaging Franco Harris ran for 102 yards and two touchdowns as the Pittsburgh Steelers, hungry for the first title in their 40-year history, trounced the Cleveland Browns, 30-0, Sunday and seized the lead in the American Football Conference Central Division. Both teams entered the game tied for first with First dawns Rushrs-yands Passmt vrd Return yards Pass; Punts Fumb'ej-test Ptnalties-yard Browns Sltclers 11 19 299 27 6-41 S J-2 15 43-184 153 18 -17-0 3-40 1-1 -60 8-3 records, but the difference was Harris, who tied Jim Brown's all-time pro record of six straight 100-yard rushing games. The long-frustrated Steelers jumped to a 3-0 lead in the opening period on a 36-yard field goal by Roy Gerela that followed a fumble by Cleveland's Bo Scott. Harris, who needs just 40 yards to become the fifth pro rookie ever to reach 1,000 yards rushing, made it 10-0 in the second quarter on a one-yard touchdown plunge that followed a 57-yard drive. Harris added his 10th touchdown of the season in the third period on a bullish 11-yard run on which he broke a INDIVIDUAL LEADERS RUSHING Cleveland, Kelly 11-40, Scott 10-3H Phipps 7-29. Pittsburgh, Harris 20-102, Fuqua 12-31, Bradshaw 5-27. RECEIVING Cleveland, Hooker 3-22, Kelly 3-12, Morln 1-24. Pittsburgh, Harris 4-26, McMakin 3-113, Shanklin 2-23. PASSING: Cleveland, Phipps -20-l, 59 yards. Pittsburgh, Bradshaw 9-17-0, 162. 'V tackle and drove between two Browns into the end zone. Pittsburgh added 13 insurance points in the final period on a 78-yard touchdown pass from Terry Bradshaw to tight end John McMakin and field goals of 44 and 37 yards by Gerela. McMakin, a 238-pound rookie, took the pass from Bradshaw over his shoulder at mid-field and raced untouched into the end zone. The Browns, who edged Pittsburgh 26-24 two weeks ago in Cleveland, made their deepest penetration in the first quarter when they drove 52 yards to the Steeler 29-yard line. Ifowever, Don Cockroft missed on a 37-yard field goal that would have tied the game at 3-3, and the Steelers were off and running. Cleveland finished with just 126 total offensive yards, compared with Pittsburgh's 337, and the Browns averaged 2.4 yards per play. Cleveland quarterback Mike Phipps, who was thrown for losses four times, completed nine of 20 passes for 59 yards. One of Phipp's tosses was infercepted by Steeler linebacker Jack Ham early in the third quarter and returned 18 yards to the Qeveland one-yard line. However, Bradshaw roiled to his left on the next play and lost a fumble which Cleveland recovered The Browns then drove to the Steeler 45-yard line before Leroy Kelly fumbled and linebacker Andy Russell recovered for Pittsburgh. Cleveland 0 Pittsburgh 3 0 0 13-30 PITT FG Gerela 36 PITT H -Harris 1 run (Gerela kick) PITT McMakin 78 M from Brad thaw (Gerela kick) PITT FG Gerela 44 PITT Gerala 22 -1 New Kentucky Cage Era Dawns Right For Joe Hall; UCLA Tough As Ever By The Associated Press College basketball passed an historic milestone virtually unnoticed over the weekend. It wasn't the 48th straight victory for national champion UXA, either. For the first time in 42 years Adolph Rupp, the legendary Baron of the Blue Grass, was not at the coaching helm when the University of Kentucky Wildcats opened their season. Until Johnny Wooden and his: UCLA Bruins came to the fore in the last decade, Rupp and his Kentuckians domi nated the college 6cene. The Baron, a star player for Kansas 50 years ago, retired at the end of last season as the sport's winningest coach Under new coach Joe Hall, Kentucky opened on the road Saturday with a 75-66 victory over Michigan State after surviving a Spartan rally that cut a 14-point Kentucky lead to P2-6L "It feels good to have a winner," Hall said. "I may not have gone back to Kentucky with a loss." G u s Ganakas, Spartan coach, praised Kentucky as "one of the top teams in the country." The Wildcats were ranked 13th to UCLA in The Associated Press pre-season poll. "It seemed likt the more pressure we met, the better Miami Pads Chart To 12-0, Csonka's RushingHitslflOO FOXBORO, Mass. (AP) Rugged Larry Csonka went over the 1,000-yard mark in ground gains for the second consecutive year and Garo Yepremian booted three field goals as the unbeaten Miami Dolphins romped to their 12th victory with a 37-21 National Football League triumph over the lowly New England Patriots Sunday. Dolphins Patriots 29 14 51-304 15-110 197 107 49 59 11-21-2 15-20-2 1-tt 5-45.2 1-1 0-0 11-115 6-63 First downs Rushes-yards Passing yards Return yards Passing Punts Fumbles-lost Penalties-yards Csonka failed to score but picked up 91 yards and boosted his total for the season to 1,016 with a 45-yard third period burst which set up Yepremian for his third field goal cf the game and 18th of the season. The Dolphins joined the 1934 Chicago Bears and the 1969 Minnesota Vikings as the only Pro Grid Standings AMERICAN CONFERENCE EASTERN DIVISION W L T PetPtsOP X-M'ml J2 9 0 1.000 346 1J8 New York Jets 7 5 0 .583 341 274 Baltimore 5 7 0 .417 225 212 Buffalo 3 9 0 .250 212 3 new Engnna 210 0 .167 154 391 CENTRAL DIVISION W L T Pet Pts OP Pittsburgh 3 6 .75011021s Cleveland 8 4 0 .667 215 215 Cincinnati 7 3 0 .583 214 185 Houston Ill .088 144 310 WESTERN DIVISION W L T Pet Pts OP x-Cleveland 8 3 1 .708 313 211 Kansas Citv 4 i a .500 244 mo San Dieso 4 7 1 .375 249 282 uenver 3 0 .250 242 316 NATIONAL CONFERENCE EASTERN DIVISION W L T Pet Pts OP x-Washington 11 1 0 .917 295 160 DOIas 9 3 8 .750 282 193 New YOIK Giants .... 7 5 O .583 295 221 St. LOUiS 1 1 .208 145 266 Philadelphia 2 9 1 .208 110 317 CENTRAL DIVISION W L T Pet Pts OP Green Bay 8 4 0 .667 251 199 Detroit 7 S 8 .583 284 252 Minnesota 7 S s .583 277 209 Chicago 3 8 1 .292 183 235 WESTERN DIVISION W L T Pet Pts OP San Francisco 4 4 1 .591 297 206 Atlanta . 7 5 8 .583 253 237 Los Angeles S 5 1 .500 234 212 New Orleans 2 1 1 .208 185 314 x clinched division title RESULTS SUNDAY Baltimore 35, Buffalo 7 Pittsburgh 30, Cleveland 0 Kansas City 24, Denver 21 Miami 37, New Enqland 21 Oakland 21, San Diego 19 Minnesota 23, Chicago 10 Dallas 27, St. Louis 6 Green Bay 33, Detroit 7 Washington 23, Philadelphia 7 Atlanta 20, Houston 10 New York Jets 18, New Orleans 17 Cincinnati 13. New York Giants 10 All Times EST GAMES TODAY Los Angeles at San Francisco. 9 n.m.. national television GAMES SATURDAY Cleveland at Cincinnati, I p.m. Washington at Dallas, 4 p.m. GAMES NEXT SUNDAY Atlanta at San Francisco, 4 p.m. Baltimore at Kansas City, 4 p.m. Chicago at Philadelphia, I p.m. Detroit at Buffalo, 1 p.m. Green Bay at Minnesota, I p.m. Los Angeles at St. Louis, 2 p.m. Miami at New York Giants, 1 p.m. New England at New Orleans, 1 p.m. Pittsburgh at Houston, 2 p.m. San Diego at Denver, 2 p.m. GAME NEXT MONDAY New York Jets at Oakland. 9 D m., na tional television we played," commented senior Jim Andrews who led Kentucky with 20 points. UCLA enjoyed an 81-48 romp against U. of Pacific in chalking up its 48th in a row. If they keep winning the ruins can set an all-time record of 61 straight when they play at Notre Dame Jan. 27. That was the site of the Bruins' last defeat, 89-82, Jan. 23, 1971. Notre Dame absorbed a 96-87 defeat from Michigan at Rams Must Change Ways To Topple 49ers Tonight SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -The Los Angeles Rams will have to change their ways tonight when they play the San Francisco 49ers or they'll fade out of the National Football League playoff picture. "The teams we've lost to the first time around we've beaten the second time," Coach Tommy Prothro notes, "and vice versa." (The game will be nationally televised by ABC. Carrying it in Tidewater in WVEC, Channel 13.) The first meeting of the season with the 49ers resulted in an easy 31-7 victory that put the Rams ahead in the Na- Socks GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) Ken Ellis intercepted two passes to set up a pair of touchdown runs by John Brockington Sunday as the Green Bay Packers beat the bobbling Detroit Lions, 33-7, Sunday and took sole possession of first place in the National Football Conference Central Division. The Lions lost the ball six times, three on fumbles teams to win 12 games in a row in NFL history. Miami is bidding for the league's first perfect season since the Bears' 110 mark in 1942. As expected, Csonka, Mercury Morris, Jim Kiick and company wrecked New England with an awesome ground attack. However, Earl Mor-rall went to the air twice for touchdowns, passing three yards to Jim Mandich and 14 yards to Marlin Briscoe as the Dolphins broke open the game in the third quarter. Miami took a 13-0 lead on field goals from 36 and 10 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS kUSHIN G-Mlaml, Morris 15-113, Csonka 15-91. New England, Ashton 7-60, Tarver 5-26. RECEIVING Miami, Warfield 3-89, oriscoe z-33. New England, Windsor 6-54, Ashton 4-21 PASSING Miami, Morrall 11-19-1, 201 yarns; uei baizo 0-2-1, 0; New Enqland, nunHeri y-w-z, n; powling 6-11-0, 60. yards by Yepremian and Kiick's one-yard touchdown plunge which capped an 89-yard march. However, the Patriots closed the gap as rookie Tom Reynolds made a leaping grab of Jim Plunkett's 36- yard pass into the end zone just before the half. Defensive end Vern Den Herder intercepted a Plunkett pass and returned it to the New England 11 to set up Morrall's scoring pass to Mandich early in the third period and the Dolphins pulled away. After Yepremian's 18-yard field goal, Miami got the ball right back on Doug Swift's pass interception. Five plays later, Morrall passed to Briscoe in the end zone. Miami hiked the count to 37-7 on Hubert Ginn's eight-yard run early in the fourth period. Then, Brian Dowling, taking over for Plunkett, passed eight yards to John Tarver for one New England score and then scored himself on a one-yard sneak to close out the scoring. Miami J 10 17 7-37 new Eng ana a 7 a 14 ?i MIA FG Yeoremlan 36 MIA FG Yepremian 10 MIA Kiick 1 run (Yepremian kick) NE Reynolds 36 da mm Dinni,at! (Walker kick) MIA Mandich 3 pass from Morrall (Yeoremian kick) MIA FG Yepremian 18 MIA Briscoe 14 pass from Morrall (Yepremian kick) MIA Ginn 8 run (Yepremian kick) NE Tarver 8 oass from nnwlina iwal. ker kick) Nc Dowling 1 run (Walker kick) Ann Arbor as much-heralded Campy Russell made his varsity debut by scoring 21 points for the Wolverines. Tennessee downed South Carolina 55-45, Seattle beat Houston 65-61, the St. Mary Gaels humbled California 72-70, little Siena toppled Seton Hall 76-72 and Santa Clara edged Brigham Young 66-64. Vanderbilt's Commodores stamped themselves as a threat by whipping Kansas 72-64 as a follow up to their vie- tional Conference West. But a trend-following 19-16 loss to New Orleans last week dropped the Rams, 5-5-1, into third place benind the 49ers and Atlanta Falcons. One thing the Rams have going for them is an 8-1-1 record against the 49ers in their last 10 games. "I haven't been around that long," says second-year pro coach Prothro. "I can't explain it." The 49ers' Dick Nolan can. "They've beaten us because they blocked and tackled better than we did. It's as simple as that," says Nolan, whose team won a second straight NFC crown last year 8.7 Detroit Lions Packers First downs Rushes-yards Passing yardsqe Return yardage Passes Punts Fumbles-lost Penalties-yards 6 19 11-27 116 13 11 23-3 5-40.1 4-3 2-20 55-234 76 83 1-15-0 135 2-1 6-50 and three on interceptions, on stretched it to 30-0 on Bro-ball for all but three scrimmage plays in the first quar-a nine-yard run. Brockington, rivals since 1946 when Mun-son threw a 29-yard touchdown pass to Ron Jessie with three seconds to play. Detroit never got beyond its 32-yard line in the first half and failed to make a first down until the last play before intermission. Green Bay led 23-0 by that time and stretched it to 30-0 on Bro-ckington's second touchdown barely three minutes into the second half. Lion quarterback Greg Landry completed five of eight INDIVIDUAL LEADERS RUSHING Detroit, Taylor 4-12, Zofko 1-7, Farr 5-6. Green Bay, Brockington 25-86, P. Williams 11-57, Lane 11-48. RECEIVING Detroit, L. Walton 1-47, Jessie 2-33, McCullough 1-29. Green Bay Lane 1-23, Lammons 1-19, Dale 1-16. PASSING Detroit. Munson 6-l(U). in yaros; Landry 5-11-3, 68. Green Bay, numer o-ij-u, o, lagge i-i-v, za. passes with three interceptions before Bill Munson replaced him with 4V2 minutes left in the third quarter. The Packers controlled the ball for all but three scri mmage plays in the first qua-ter and jumped to a 9-0 lead on field goals of 24, 42 and 26 yards by Chester Marcol. The rookie sensation added a 36-yarder in the fourth quarter, giving him 27 field goals in 39 attempts this season. Quarterback Scott Hunter, benched last week because of poor passing, scored the Packers' other touchdown nn a nine-yard run. Brockington, who played only three quarters, gained 86 yards in 25 carries for a season total of 908 yards in 244 attempts. The Lions averted their first shutout to their neighborhood rivals since 1946 when Munson threw a 29-yard touchdown pass to Ron Jessie with three seconds to play. Detriot Green Bay 7- 7 3-33 GB FG Marcol 24 GB FG Marcol 42 GB FG Marcol 26 GB Brockington 1 run (Marcol kick) GB Hunter 9 run (Marcol kick) GB Brockington 8 run (Marcol kick) GB FG Marcol 36 DET Jesse 29 pass from Munson (Mann kick) Artificial Surface Scheduled At VPI BLACKSBTJRG (Special to Daily Press) Virginia Tech's Charles W. Rector Fieldhouse will get an artificial surface early next Spring. Tech President T. Marshall Hahn Jr. announced here Saturday. Dr. Hahn announced with obvious pleasure receipt of an anonymous gift for the speci fied purpose of installing a surface that will substantially enhance utility of the facility. tory over Louisville on Thursday. Elsewhere Purdue made Fred Schaus' coaching debut with the Boilermakers a success by whipping Indiana State 94-70, Minnesota routed western Illinois 111-66, Mar quette beat St. Thomas 66-42 and Memphis State trampled Missouri Western 108-74. Gale Catlett, new coach of Cincinnati, had a winner as the Bearcats whipped Cleveland State 113-85, How the Top Twenty teams In The As-7. preseason college basket ball poll did last week, the first full week Of the new season- i. 'l. uLA..3-0, beat Bradley 73-31, beat v. wt rowing Ol -4d, 2. Florida State, 1-0, beat Georgia Southern 109-97. 3. Maryland, 2-0, beat Brown 127-82, beat Richmond 82-50. inVwlnneso,a' 2"' W,,,ern llllno,, 5. Marauett. ll. hmt c timm... j 42. " """ Song Beach State, 1-0, beat North 1 CXOl 7. Southwestern Louisiana, 1-0, Nevada-Las Vegas 102-92. beat , 1-cv 5'?,e' bet Appalachian ijvjj, Dear Atlantic cnristian 110-40. 9. Pennsylvania, i-n. tMt vin' Da 10.' Ohio State, 1-1, heat Wls-Milwaukee Ml, lost to Washington e7-3. II. MemDh 9 StAt. 1-fl. ha AjUcinn! Western 108-74. 12. Brinham Youna. 1-1. h nta Clara 84-73, lost to Santa Clara tt-U. 13. Kentucky, 1-0, beat Michigan State 55 45 Tennessee' best Sou,h Carolina 15. Houston. 3-1. heat Sniith.m Ml.. stsslppi 104-77, beat Washinoton Stat n. ou, lost to aearrie 03-01. 16. South Carolina, 0-1, lost to Tennessee 55-45. 17. Kansas State. 2-0. beat oiaiw n-vt. Dear casTern rtenTUCKy 87-59. ib. urei KODens, u-u, aid not play. 19. Michigan. 1-0. beat Notra Dam 9A. 20. tie. Southern California, 14, beat Louisville, -i, ost io vanflerb i 4A.S9. h t ri-'"fa-wn Kv i.J7 665-7, beat Georgetown, Ky. 66-57. I !&4lts(tel " '' if ' ft ? 1 r 'V II 1 J " ! " Hi 'I'm Falling Head Over Heels For You' Green Bay's John Brockington lands Sunday NFL game in Green Bay. He on his head after being dumped by picked up nine yards. Detroit's Jim Detroit Lions' Lem Barney during Mitchell (83) moves in on play. RAIDERS COP Smith's Gives Oakland 21-19 Win SAN DIEGO (AP) Charlie Smith swept nine yards for a touchdown with 1:18 to play Sunday as the Oakland Raiders, taking advantage of a missed San Diego field goal, beat the Chargers, 21-19, and clinched a National Football League playoff berth. Smith burst around left and culminating an 80-yard Oakland march after San Diego's Dennis Partee missed a 33-yard field goal try with four minutes to play. Raiders Chargers First downs 17 26 27-W 53-233 20? 207 11 57 14-23-2 15-26-2 3-43.3 1-44 W 1-0 5-39 &55 Rushes-vards Passing yards Return yards Passes Punts Fumbles-lost Penalties-yards The Raiders, who hadn't scored since late in the second quarter, then came to life. Quarterback Daryle Lamo-nica got them moving with a 15-yard pass to Fred Biletni-koff, and three plays later Lamonica lofted a 40-yard pass to rookie Mike Siani, moving the ball to the San Diego 28. Another Oakland rookie, speedster Cliff Branch, caught INDIVIDUAL LEADERS RUSHING Oakland. Hubbard 15-68 Smith 9-22. San Diego, Garrett 28-145, Ed- waras 20-55, Hadl 3-27. RECEIVING Oakland, Slanl 4-71, Bi-letnikoff 3-63, Smith 3-33. San Diego, Garrison 4-79, Edwards 5-78, Williams 3-51. PASSING-Oakland, Lamonica 14-32-2, 223 yards. San Diego, Hadl 15-26-2, 221. the next pass for 19 yards and then Smith, a fifth-year pro from Utah, followed a wall of blockers into the left corner of the end zone, giving the Rai ders their fifth division championship in the last 6 years. The Chargers lost a final chance when Partee's 51-yard field goal try fell short as time ran out. The Raiders' fourth straight victory gave them an 8-3-1 record and a 2V2-game lead over Kansas City in the American Conference West with two games to play. The Chargers, who haven't beaten Oakland since 1968, fell to 4-7-1. The Raiders' rally erased a San Diego comeback which had been led by Mike Garrett, who rushed for 145 yards on 27 carries. Oakland 7 San Diego 0 721 3-19 OAK Chester 16 pass from Lamonica iBiiirna kick) SD FG Partee 15 SD Edwards 1 run (Partee kickl OAK Biletnikoff 36 pass from Lamon ica ibianoa kick) SD-Garrison 52 pass from Hadl (kick lucKeor SD FG Partee 18 OAK-Smith 9 run (Blanda kick) A 54,611. Athletes Receive 6-Sport Letters For Apprentice The Apprentice School honors its 1972 athletes tonight at the school's annual Monogram Banquet to be held at the Holiday Inn Restaurant on Mercury Blouvard at 6 p.m. Awards and presentations will be made recognizing participation in track, basketball, baseball, wrestling, golf and football. In addition to letter and certificate awards, a trophy will be presented to the outstanding athlete of the 1972 year. L. C. Ackerman, chairman of the board of Tenneco, is scheduled to speak at the banquet. DIVISION CROWN Touchdown Gallop Morton-LedDallas Subdues St, Louis Cowboys 18 48-209 140 4 11-23-2 2-39.5 4-3 8-68 Cards 10 19-52 89 25 14-36-1 8-31.9 7-4 4-81 First Downs Rushes-Yards Passing Yards Return Yards Passes Punts Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards ST. LOUIS (AP) - The Dal-1 a s Cowboys strengthened their chances for a spot in the National Football League playoffs for the seventh straight year Sunday with a 27-6 victory over the fumbling St. Louis Cardinals. Running back Walt Garrison scored all three Dallas touchdowns while kicker Tony Fritsch added two field goals, from the 29 in the first quarter and from the 42 in the fourth. Garrison scored on passes from quarterback Craig Morton in the second and fourth periods, and a three-yard run in the third quarter. Morton hit Garrison with a short toss from the 18 in the second quarter and Garrison aA proud past, a perfect present ill T"TrI t It lit .11 I irV I f1 lih f The worlds finest Bourbon is all GIVE THE mi LIGHTER AND EASIER TO HANDLE GALLON ' THE BTDEUJS nmSIBtHJEBOK $$$1 ;ffii (MlraRli 86 PKOOF KINTUCKf STRAIGHT 80UIB0N WHISKEY D1STIIU0 AND BOTTLED SV THE JAMES 1. 8EAM 0IS1IUINS CO, CU8M0NT, (CAM. KENTUCKY bulled his way through St. Louis defenders for the score. Morton passed to Garrison from 23 yards out early in the final period, five plays after the Cardinals had fumbled on their own 37. Gary Cuozzo started at quarterback for St. Louis, but was replaced by veteran Jim Hart midway through the second quarter. Cuozzo had completed only one of six passes for six yards and was far from the mark on most of his attempts. Calvin Hill, Garrison's running-mate in the Dallas back-field, went over the 100-yard rushing mark for the third time this season. Dallas 3 7 7 1027 St. Louis 0 0 6 06 DAL Garrison 18 pass from Morton (Fritsch kick) DAL Garrison 3 run (Fritsch kick) STL Smith 3 pass from Hart (kick failed) DAL Garrison 26 pass from Morton (Fritsch kick) DAL FG Fritsch 42 dressed up for the Holidays. So give. f Poll giants, Errors CINCINNATI (AP) Second-year quarterback Ken Anderson threw one touchdown pass and coolly directed Cincinnati's error-plagued offense while reserve linebacker Doug Adams intercepted two passes as the Bengals defeated the New York Giants, 13-10, Sunday in a National Football League battle. Anderson, regaining his starting role after re- Giants Bengals Flrst downs Rushes-yards 16 15 J9-1M -)"5 130 117 H 121 12-25-3 17-34-1 -47 4-3? 4-1 1-1 2-20 -71 Passing yard Return yards . Passes Punts Fumbles-lost Penalties-yards linquishing it to Virgil Carter for one game, completed 17 of 34 passes for 217 yards. His three-yard scoring aerial to Bruce Coslet late in the third period gave the Bengals a 13-3 margin and proved the insurance the Bengals - needed against a late New York rally. The victory lifted the Bengals to a 7-5 season mark and kept alive their hopes for a wild card playoff berth in the American Conference. The Giants, who scored 62 points against Philadelphia a week ago, were dominated by the Bengals. They dropped to 75 despite the 119-yard rush- INDIVIDUAL LEADERS RUSHING New York. Ron Johnson 19- 119, Clements 4-16. Cincinnati, E. Johnson 16-31, pnilllpS5-36. RECEIVING New York, Tucker 4-54, Ron Johnson 3-28, Herrmann 2-25. Cincinnati, Myers 5-73, Joiner 4 , Trumpy 4-39, Dressier 3-35. PASSING New York, Snead 7-16-1, 60 yards; Randy Johnson 5-9-2, 70. Cincinnati, Anderson 17-34-1,217. ing performance of Ron Johnson and saw their playoff hopes substantially diminished. The Bengals held a 6-3 half-time lead on the strength of two Horst Muhlmann field goals and started the clinching drive after Lemar Parrish returned a New York punt 28 yards to the Giant 39 in the third period. The Bengals needed nine plays before Anderson found Coslit all alone in the Giant end zone for the 13-3 lead. Quarterback Randy Johnson, who came on in the third period when Norm Snead was unable to move the Giants, directed New York on an 80-yard scoring drive late in the fourth period the touchdown coming on an eight-yard pass to wide receiver Don Herman. The extra point by Pete Gogolak, who had kicked a 15-yard field goal in the second period, brought the Giants within the final 13-10 margin. Cincinnati dominated the first half, particularly in the first period when they out-gained the Giants 137 yards to 30 and twice drove inside the New York 20 only to be forced into the field goal efforts. New York Giants 0 S 0 7 in Cincinnati Bengals 117 V-1I Lin i-o Muhlmann 27 Cln FG Muhlmann 18 NY FG Gogolak 15 Cin Coslet 3 pass from Anderuui (Muhlmann kick) NY Herrmann 8 pass from Panriv Johnson (Gogolak kick) A 3y,3Z3 We make loans in: Newport News and Hampton York County and Poquoson Williamsburg and Gloucester Smithfield and Windsor and all Monthly Amount Financed I Total of Payments Payment 84 mos. 60 mos. 84 mos. 60 mos. 39.95 2,339.84 1,825.59 3,355.80 2,397.00 99.95 5,854.00 4,567.41 8,395.80 5,997.00 159.95 1 9,368.15 7,309.22 13,435.80 9,597.00 FINANCE CHARGE 7 YEAR LOANS ANNUAL PERCENTAGE RATE: 11.0054 5 YEAR LOANS ANNUAL PERCENTAGE RATE: 11.25 A wholly owned bank subsidiary operating in accordance with Virginia State Banking Statutes. 13-10, Hurt BOXING ROUNDUP Chang Kil Lee, Buchanan Vie In Garden Bout NEW YORK (AP) - A Scot and an Irish-American, who have become Madison Square Garden regulars, and two South Koreans, who will be the first boxers from their nation to appear in the famed arena, will meet in a pair of 10-round fights tonight. The Scot, former world lightweight champion Ken Buchanan, will fight Chang Kil Lee, the Orient junior welterweight champion in the feature. The Irish American, Walter Seeley of Sayvile, N.Y., will oppose Hyun Kim, the Orient featherweight king who is a veteran of 111 fights. Monday At New York, Madison Square Garden, ChangKil Lee, Korea, vs. Ken Buchanan, Scotland, io, light; Kyun Kim, Korea, vs. Walter Seeley. At Woodland Hills, Calif., Art Havey, Nova Scotia, vs. Chamaco Castillo, Mexico, 10, feathers. Tuesday At Halifax, Irish Pat Murphy, New York, vs. Clyde Gray, Toronto, 10, welters. Thursday At Los Anoeles, Olympic Auditorium, Jose Rose, Padadena, Calif., vs. Benny Rodriguez, Mexico, 10, feathers. At Ba- yonne, NJ., Paul Cardoza, New Bedford, Mass., vs. Jimmy oupree, Jersey city, n.j., io light heavies. Friday At Syracuse N.Y.. Bill Backus. Canas. tota, S.Y., vs. Hedgemon Lewis, Los An geles, IS, welters. Gibbons Trips Knights, 62-55 PETERSBURG (Special to Daily Press) Dan Waddle scored 14 points and hauled down 20 rebounds, but Peninsula Catholic went cold in the fourth quarter and ended up losing to Gibbons, 62-55, here Sunday. After the Knights lost their shooting touch, Gibbons scored the last eight points to wrap up the victory. It was the opener for the vastly im-proved Peninsula Catholic squad. PENINSULA CATH. I GIBBONS G F T G F T McSherry 1 1-2 3Cun'gham 5 6- 16 Waddle 6 2-7 14; Raiford 3 2-2 8 R.Criner 2 0-0 4stech 7 6-7 20 Petruzzi 5 7-11 17i B.Ghidotti 0 0-0 0 Pincus 0 0-0 0' Woodson I 3-4 S Cherry 4 0-1 8 Worley 1 2-6 4 A.Devis 3 0-0 61 Brown 3 3-4 9 Stevenson 1 1-2 31 T.Grtidottl 0 0 0 0 J.Criner 0 0-2 01 C.Davis 0 04 0 Totals 22 11-25 551 Totals 20 22-31 62 Peninsula Catholic . 7 23 18 13 II 13 7-55 18-62 Gibbons PRELIMINARY Peninsula Catholic JV 4 3 10 522 Gibbons JV I it iim JL021irS surrounding areas. I

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