Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida on November 6, 1972 · Page 9
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Panama City, Florida
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Monday, November 6, 1972
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j*age 8B NEWS-HERALD, Panama City, Florida, Monday, November «, Wit Dolphins Beat Bills, Extend Winning Streak To Eight Games YARDSTICK First Cowns Rushi^ards Passing- yords Return yards Posses Punts Fumbles-lost Penalties-yards Mia 21 45-254 73 13 5-14-1 3-44.0 0 5-35 Buff 12 25-73 99 :2 12-23-2 5-28.3 0 •V-35 BUFFALO (UPI) — Mercury Morris ran for two touchdowns and Garo Yepremian kicked three first half field goals to lead the Miami Dolphins to a 30-16 victory over the Buffalo Bills' Sunday and extend their winning itreak to eight games. Morris ran in from the 22 in the first half and from the four late in the final quarter. In that final drive he caught a 26 yard pass from Earl Morrall to set up the score. 1 In all Morris ran for 106 yards, the second time he has passed the century mark in his pro career. But it was Morrall's TD pass early in the third period that helped wrap up the game for Miami. The Dolphins lead only 16-13 lead at the half on Yepremian's kicks but Morrall's seven-yard pass to Marv Fleming at 6:41 of the third quarter made it 2313. The Dolphins had driven to the Buffalo seven with their powerful running attack and an unsportsman-like conduct call against the Bills. The Bills threatened to tie th<; game or even take the lead at the close of the first half but a pass interception by Tim Foley of Miami deep in Dolphins' territory halted the Buffalo drive. The Dolphins led 10-6 at the end of the first quarter and took a 16-6 lead in the second on Yepremian's 16 and 17-yard field goals, but Tony Green intercepted a Morrall pass at the Miami 39 and ran into the Spurrier Foiled NOTICE BAY COUNTY COMMISSIONERS ARE ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR: TWO SEPTIC TANK LABORERS APPLICATIONS MAY BE PICKED UP AT: COMMISSIONERS ROOM COURT HOUSE ANNEX 301 McKENZIEAVE. YARDSTICK SanP Oram Bay First downs 16 13 Rushes-yards 19-21 41-197 Passing yards 306 146 Return yards 68 « Passes 19-37-1^-16-0 Punts 7-41.0 9-43.3 Fumbles-lost 2-2 3-0 Penalties-yards 8-45 8-51 MILWAUKEE, (UPI) —John Brockington ran for 133 yards and scored three touchdowns as the Green Bay Packers held off Steve Spurrier's second half comeback effort and beat the San Francisco 49ers, 34-24 Sunday to retain a share of the lead in the NFC Division. Brockington, who had his best day of the year, scored on runs of 30 and 14 yards and caught a 48-yard touchdown pass from AUTO PAINTING SPECIAL DELUXE PAINT JOB R «g. $39.95 WITH COUPON * • ANY SINGLE ORIGINAL tOLOR • jjjjjfjjj 5 AK HAND AND MACHINE SANDED TO REMOVE RUST AND CHIPS # «!S££&£3L£?flffiJS ALL NKESSARY PLACES TO HELP PREVENT RUST > ^™? 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He hit Washington with touchdown passes of 62 and 34 j yards and for the day, completed 19 of 37 .passes for 315 yards, suffering only one interception—the one by Ellis. Green Bay scored first on Hunter's pass to Brockington and the 49ers tied it late in the first quarter on Vic. Washington's two-yard run. Brockihg- ton's 30yard scamper with 2:27 left in the second quarter gave Green Bay a 14-7 halftime lead and the Packers raised it to 21-7 on the first series of the third quarter when Brockington's 14- yard run climaxed a 77-yard drive. After an exchange of field goals by Marcol and the 49ers Bruce Gossett, Spurrier opened the fourth quarter with his 62- yard pass to Gene Washington to narrow the gap to 24-17. Marcol then kicked his second field goal, but Spurrier came back with his second TD throw to Washington to pull the 49ers within three points with 4:18 to go. San Francisco 7 0] 14—24 Green Bay 7 7 10 10—34 GB—Brockington 48 pass from Hunter (Marcol kick) SF—V. Washington 2 run (Gossett kick) GB-Brocklngtbn 30 run (Marcol kick) GB-Brocklngtoh 14 run (Marcol kick) GB-FG Marcol 35 SF-fg Gossett 50. SF-G. Washington 62 pass from Spurrier (Gossett kick) GB-Ellls 23 Interception return (Marcol kick) A-47,897 end zone at 12=59 to close it to 16-13. The Bills moved to the Dolphins 20 but Foley's interception halted the threat. Yepremian kicked a 33-yard field goal at 4 : 44 of the first quarter to give the Dolphins a 3-0 lead. The Bills, however went ahead 6-3 when Dennis Shaw hit Randy Jackson for 13 yards at 11:08, the extra point attempt being blocked. But Morris broke several tackles and twisted up the right side for his 22-yard TD run at Mia 10 6 7 7 —30 Buff 6 7 3 0 —16 Mia—FG 33 Yepremlon. Butt—Jackson 13 pass from Shaw. (Kick blocked) Mia—Morris 22 run. (Yepremian kick) Mia—FG 17 Yepremian. Mia—FG 16 Yepremian. Buff—Green 39 Yard Intercetion return. (Leypoldt kick) Mia—Fleming 7 pass from Morrall. (Yepremian kick) Bulf—FG 28 Leypoldt. Mia—Morris 4 run. (Yepremian kick) 14:59 to put the Dolphins! John Leypoldt kicked a 28 -|for their final score at 10 back in the lead to stay. I yard field goal for the BBillslthe third quarter. 24 of Chiefs Clip Raiders, 2714 YARDSTICK First downs Rushes-yards Passing yards Return yards Passes Punts Fumbles-lost Penalties-yards oak ke 20 ' 22 23-73 50-190 220 181 9 46 23-38-1 10-18-0 4-43 3-39 3-2 2-1 1-5 6-62 Win Turkey Shoot CARYVTLLE — Winners in the turkey shoot conducted by Caryville Recreation Club at Choctawhatchee River Campsites included 12-year-old Doyle Bateman, John Hawkins and Herman Cooper, Caryville, Phil Harris, Panama City, Billy Myers, Tallahassee, and Jabo Williams, Westville. KANSAS CITY, Mo. (UPI) Veteran Len Dawson, seemingly rolling back the years, tossed three touchdown passes Sunday and Jan Stenerud kicked a pair of field goals as the Kansas City Chiefs erupted for 17 points in the second quarter and a 27-14 win over the Oakland Raiders. The victory elevated the Chiefs (5-3) to a half-game lead over the Raiders (4-3-1) in the American Football Conference's Western Division. The game was witnessed by a record crowd of 82,094 and a national television audience. Still, the Chiefs were forced to stop Oakland after quarterback Ken Stabler guided the Raiders within 20-7 and a first down on the Chief's 10 in the fourth quarter. Oakland Kansas City KC—Hayes 29 (Stenerud kick) KC—West 42 pass (Stenerud kick) KC—FG Stenerud 31 KC—FG Stenerud 40 Oak—Hubbard 4 run (Blanda kick) KC—Podolak 27 pass from (Stenerud kick) Oak—Chester 13 pass from Stabler (Blanda kick) Time Special 29995 Credit terms available Even this low priced No-Frost 2-Door has an automatic ICE MAKER Model EWT13JM pass 0 0 0 17 from 7 7—14 3 7—27 Dawson from Dawson Dawson 13.1 cu. ft. 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