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y 22 Lincoln Evening Journal Cavaliei Streak Still On By Associated Press The Cleveland Cavaliers are on a winning streak. Two in a row. That may not sound like a lot for most teams, but it is for them. "That's a heck of a streak for us," Coach Bill Fitch said Sunday night after his tattered expansion club beat the Philadelphia 76ers 114-101 in the National Basketball Association Sunday night. The victory was extra sweet, for it was also the Cavalier's first success over an established team. "We take all our defeats together and now we're going to take the victories," said Fitch, whose club's mark still is a painful 5-37. Chicago beat San Diego 110-101; Los Angeles belted Phoenix 128-110; Portland spilled Boston 135-123 and New , York tripped Baltimore 110-105 in Sunday's other NBA games. In the American Basketball Association, it was Utah 135, Virginia 119; New York 114, Kentucky 108; Texas 124, Pittsburgh 116; Memphis 109, Indiana 106 and Carolina 122, Floridians 114. ' In the . NBA Saturday night, Cleveland beat Buffalo 120-117; Detroit ' turned back Chicago 117-114; t; Milwaukee crushed San Francisco 131-111; Cincinnati trimmed Atlanta 130-118; Phoenix bounced Portland 115-103 'and Seattle ripped Boston 124-117. r 1 Fitch,' usually eloquent in defeat, didn't have much to say after Sunday night's .victory. He let his wallet do the talking instead. .-. :i The ; personable, good-humored coach, who fined the Cavaliers a dollar a point when the 76ers beat them 141-87 on Nov, 2, gave the $54 back Sunday night.- Joe Cooke, who had one of his worst games in that last Philadelphia flogging, came off the . bench and helped the Cavaliers win their latest. "I imagine he feels as good tonight as he felt bad the last time," said Fitch. Bob Love pitched in 32 points for Chicago, scoring 13 in the final quarter to keep the Bulls ahead, of San Diego. The Rockets managed to tie it at 94, but Love threw in 10 of the Bulls' next 14 to put it away. Jerry West led Los Angeles with 35 points and 14 assists and Wilt Chamberlain added 28 points and Happy Hairston, 22. Neal Walk had 20 for Phoenix. Portland hit 60 per cent from the field in the first quarter and rolled past Boston behind Geoff Petrie's 31 points and y Walt Frazier scored five " straight points in the final 90 seconds to break a tie for New York. ' Custardo Hurt In Accident Chicago ( Fred Custardo, Illinois quarterback in the 1964 Rose Bowl, was in critical condition in Mercy Hospital Sunday after falling from his third floor . apartment in suburban Forest Park. Police said Custardo was locked out of his apartment when he returned home early , Christmas Day. He slipped while climbing around the partition of a balcony trying to gain entrance and fell to the concrete apron of a swimming pool. Hospital attendants said he was in intensive care after brain surgery. He also suffered a fractured back. Sprint Queen Marries Coach Tokyo UP) World sprint queen Chi Cheng woke up Monday with a new name Mrs. Vincent Reel and, like a good wife, referred all decision-making questions to her husband. "He's the boss now," said the 26-year-old world record-holder from Formosa, referring to Reel, her athletic coach for eight years whom she married in Taipei Sunday. Rsl, 56, an American, jokingly said he wasn't sure about who'll wear the pants in the family. Omahan Among Golf Leaders Coral Gables, Fla. UP) Jim Bartak of Omaha, Neb., was listed among the second round leaders Sunday in the Orange Bowl Junior Golf Tournament Bartak had rounds of 77-77 154, 12 strokes, back of . the leader, Craig Stadler of La Jolla, Calif. & Nebraska State Tournal Itate Tournal Monday, Dec. 28, 1970 -P.M. ' May Be Wrong BIIIRII! Miami, Fla. As offensive linemen go, LSU guard Mike Demarie is a runt. As a matter of fact, the 5-10, 215-pound junior is a runt in his own family. "I guess I take after my mother's side," he smiles, "and my brothers take jJler my fatha's side." Older brother John, now in his fourth year with the Cleveland Browns, is 6-3 and 255 pounds. Younger brother Gregory, just 15 years old, is already a six footer. "He'll be the tallest of any of us," predicts Mike. Although he's not a physical giant Mike plays like one. He was on the all-Southeastern Conference sophomore team last year and a second team all-SEC choice this year. An even better indication as to his effectiveness is his finishing third in the balloting for the SEC's Jacobs Blocking Trophy, given annually to the best interior lineman in the conference. Tigers' Offense Coming Strong Demarie isn't a principal in the matchup of the explosive Nebraska attack and the stout LSU defense. He's involved in that other battle between the less heralded LSU offense and Nebraska defense. f In his mind, mat's as essential to the outcome of the game as anything. "Our offense jelled late this year. It was a lot different than last year,"Mike relates. ' " The Tigers, much like Nebraska a year ago, have a young , off ense. "We had a lot of squad ' men back, but none of us had played side by side," says Mike. ' v "Last year; when I started as a sophomore, it was easy for me to adjust to four men. This year four men ' had to adjust to me. 1 1 "The Notre Daime game had to be our worst exhibition on offense, but the last three games have been good ones for us. When you experience a lot of points you get confidence in your offense and we have it now," says Mike. A Calls LSU Defense Toughest 1 Demarie admits it's tough to get confidence when you have to practice against the LSU defense in spring practice and fall camp. "We scored just one touchdown against the defense during our two-a-day drills this fall," he relates. . Needless to say he figures the Tiger defense is the best he's ever played against. The heart of it lies in defensive tackles John Sage and Ronnie Estay, who Demarie has faced on countless occasions. ' "Sage has great quickness. Estay is quick, but his big asset is his strength," he indicates. Demarie isn't ready to put Nebraska's defense on the same level with LSU, but he says the Cornhuskers have "a fine defense." "They stunt quite a bit so I've had to study three players Jerry Murtaugh, Ed Periard and Larry Jacobson instead of just one. Most of the teams we've played I just have to worry about the linebacker," says the LSU right guard. Although he's seen more films on Nebraska than any other team the Tigers met Mike admits there's still more to be learned. "I'll just have to see what I can do best," he says. ' STANDINGS By Associated Press NHL East Division W LT Boston 74 6 5 New York 53 7 6 Montreal , 14 11 7 Pis. GF GA 53 159 89 52 121 74 39 116 92 31 114 lot 29 100 129 24 100 129 20 7128 Toronto .. Vancouver Detroit Buffalo .... 15 19 1 13 20 11 19 . 7 21 Wast Division Chicago 23 5 511 31 79 St. Loul 15 t 11 Minnesota 13 15 6 Philadelphia 12 14 5 Plttsburflh 9 17 10 Los Angeles 10 17 5 California 11 20 2 41 84 82 32 75 91 29 78 88 21 99 10S 25 97 118 24 80 113 , Saturday's Results . Detroit 7, New York 4 Pittsburgh 4, Boston 2 Chicago 4, Vancouver 2 ' Toronto 9, Philadelphia 1 St. Louis 1, Minnesota I tla Montreal 4, Buffalo 4 tie Los Angeles 9, California 3 , Sunday's Results New York '4, St. Louis 4 tla Montreal 4. Philadelphia 2 Buffalo 5. Detroit 2 Only games scheduled .Monday's Games , No games scheduled t Tuesday's Game California at New York . ' Only game scheduled , ;" CHL ' ' W L T PtS. 6 GA Omaha 19 7 5 43 123 89 Dallas 16 10 2 34 113 85 Oklahoma City 14 11 6 34 115 114 Fort Worth ., 14 14 4 32 88 88 Kansas City .. 13 13 4 30 82 103 Tulsa ... 10 18 3 23 103 127 AmarlHo' 19 4 16 80 125 Saturday's Results Tulsa 4, Omaha 3 Kansas City 3, Wallas 2 Fort Worth 4, Amarlllo 3 Sunday's Results Omaha 7, Tulsa 3 Dallas 5. Amarilto 0 Fort Worth 4, Kansas City 2 Monday's Games . No games scheduled. Tuesday's Game Kansas City at Amarlllo Only game scheduled. , Straub Still Tops Tourney Bill Straub retained his position on the top of the heap in the Plaza Bowl "Pick Your Pro" tourney despite the efforts of other high-rollers to knock him off his pins. The winner of the tourney will be decided after the United States Open Jan. 3-9 in St Paul, Minn. Local , bowlers pick the pro they wish to be paired with and the pro's first eight game series in the U.S. Open will be added to the totals of local bowlers scores. Bowler Series B. Straub ..745 J. Boyd ....614 Hdcp T Pro 42 787 J. Stefanlch 103 717 D. Weber 24 714 J. Godman 0 691 N. Burton Jr. 148 e91 W. Zalm 128 687 B. Cooper 0 685 D. Soutar 24 685 D. Ritger 103 684 D. Davis 117 679 D. Johnson 110 674 D. Glover 110 655 B. Hardwick J. Madsen M. Jensen R. Stapert C. Johnson M. Jensen .690 .691 .543 .559 ..685 J. Madsen ..661 J. Boyd ....581 W. Thompklns 562 C. Miller Jr. 564 R. Skaggs ..545 WE SERVICE ALL FORD PRODUCTS AT 14TH & M Nfonday, Dec. 28, 1970 P.M. ii;iininii!H!!niii:nininiii!iiiKiiii!i!iiiiiiiiiiimiuiiiuiiiiiiiiii!iuii By Don ForsytJte Journal Sports Editor Air Force New Orleans ($Air Force was "a bit rusty" and both the Falcons and Tennessee en-countered a troublesome virus Sunday as the two Sugar Bowl teams got down to serious business preparing for their battle here Friday. The two Air Force sessions were the Falcons' first practices in more than a week. Tennessee had resumed work Saturday shortly after arriving here. - , . "Our think intensity was good and the effort level was high," said coach Ben Martin of Air Force. "But from a football standpoint we were a bit rusty." , , However, Martin explained, "That is exactly what we anticipated after being off nine days and that's why we are having two-a-days." ' The Falcons practiced Sunday without reserve fullback Jim Johnson, 'who was hospitalized Saturday night , with an intestinal virus. A similar vims had starting offensive tackle Frank Howell and sophomore defensive back David Allen of Tennessee on the sick list. They were expected to recover in time for Friday's game. - The Vols definitely will be without the services ; o f defensive end Manley Mixon who was left behind in Knox-ville with mononucleosis. He was Tennessee's leading pass rusher. r ' - Bunny Bag Limits Change Cottontail hunters going out after bunnies after January 1 will do so under new regulations, as bag and possession limits change for 1871. Beginning January 1, the daily bag limit of cottontails will be 7, and the possession limit will be 21. During 1970, bag and possession limits were 10 and 30 respectively. And, on February 28, the season will close .for the first time since 1962. Since that time, hunting of cottontails has been open year-round. Y Bit Rusty 475-1071 GAITS Fni2) 'f MCCeSS By Associated - One of the four teams in the semifinals of the Holiday Festival Basketball Tournament is ICth-ranked Western Kentucky and no one's more surprised than Hilltopper Coach John Oidham. Oldham says the Hilltoppers don't belong on the same court with 19th-rated St. John's, N.Y., if they play anything like Saturday night's first-round game at Madison Square Garden. ' "St. John's will run us out if we don't play any better than this," Oldham said after the Hilltoppers topped smaller St. Peter's N.J., 108-97 to nail a semifinal berth in the 19th annual classic. South Carolina's second-ranked Gamecocks, an easy 83-60 winner over Cornell, in Saturday's opening round, opens Monday night's doubleheader against Providence, an 83-GS eonquercr of Manhattan, v St. John's, the backyard favorite seeking its third Festival title, won't be an easy mark for the Jim McDaniels'-led Hilltoppers, according to Oldham. "St. John's is a darn good team," he said. "I knew they were good when they beat Vanderbilt in the Vanderbilt Classic .earlier this year." Western Kentucky Jacksonville among its year and it could be lackluster Hilltopper performance Saturday night, Oldham reasoned. "The trouble was we knew that Jackson-1 ville had beaten St. Peter's earlier," he said, ... referring to the Dolphins runaway -152-106 First Round Play Resumes at Big 8 Kansas City (-Nebraska, with two big . scoring stars in Marv Stewart and Chuck Jura, and Oklahoma State, lacking a point-making specialist, tangle Monday night as first round play is resumed in the Big Eight Conference . preseason basketball tournament. ' Nebraska, 8-1, and Oklahoma State, 4-4, open the two-game program at the Kansas City Municipal Auditorium at 7 p.m. Colorado, , 4-2, and Kansas State, 4-4, collide at 9 p.m. The victors will join the eight-ranked Kansas Jayhawks and the surprising Iowa State Cyclones in Tuesday night's semifinals. Stewart ' and Jura are averaging more than 20 points a game for Nebraska, a team that may be the darkhorse in the tourney in which Kansas is favored. Leroy Chalk, the Cornhuskers' other top gun, is the team's leading reboun-der. : , ' .Y -; Y. Oklahoma State has four players, Tony Kraus, Mike Jeffries, Paul Mullen and Scott Alford, who pretty evenly share the Cowboys' scoring chores. Kraus is averaging 17.6 points, Jeffries 14.3, Mullen 13.3 and Alford 13. Colorado has a great star in Cliff Meely, who does everything well for the Buffs. As Meely goes, so goes Colorado, and this tournament is expected to be no : exception. ". -''' '' Kansas State, minus the depth and experience that won the Big Eight title a year ago, hasn't been setting the world on fire but still must be considered a threat in the tournament. Sophomore Ernie Kusnyer has rounded into form quickly. Kansas, 7-1, advanced to the semifinals Saturday night by mauling Missouri, 96-63. Iowa State, 3-6, got there by upsetting defending champion Oklahoma, 74-71. Kansas, after a close first TOP BOWLERS Men's 230 Games, 600 Series At Parkway Bill Swiler, 616. At Plaia Frank Faughu, 353-623; Jack Cofee, 610; Pat Sanburg, 242-608; Tom Aran, 233. ' ., Ladles 200 Games, 325 Series At Northeast Helen Stevens, 211-535! Barbara Sievers, 209. At . Parkway Susan Diamond, 548; Bert Meyers, 200-536; Marge Kropp, 201-S77. - - , . Junior Girls 185 Games, 500 Series . . At Hollywood Eva Schilke, 192. Junior Boys 185 Games, 500 Series At Hollywood Don Mlltner, 209-50S; Leo Gutt-.miller, 200-537; Roger Heffelfin-ger, 540; Ron Grass, 200. At Northeast Doug Holseck, 535-525; Greg Thurber, sot. for oil cart and trucks SPECIAL! Brake Shoes for any Chevrolet car $295 Only including parts. Special Offer Good through Dec. 31. f.HOLE CHEVROLET 50th & 0 & ' TfTf ; . burpriSSS Multopper Press blitz counts mighty seven victims this the reason for a half, left the floor at the intermission with a 44-38 advantage and promptly began to break the game open in the early second of the second half when Bud Stallworth ; hit. two quick baskets. Before four minutes had passed, the . Jayhawks had built a 5543 lead. " During that , spell, Missouri got only one field goal. Stallworth, with his clutch baskets, and Roger Brown, with his shooting and daring around the basket, were too much for Missouri, ' 7-3. Stallworth finished with ; a career high of 28 points and had 10 rebounds. Y Y: Y It was the seventh time in eight games that Stallworth has paced the Kansas scoring. Brown made 17 points and led the rebounding with 14.- He was one .of the big reasons the Tigers made only four field goals in the second half. Henry Smith made 17 points for Missouri.. Smith and sophomore John Brpwn rallied Missouri :' from nine points back into a momentary 26-25 lead at one stage of the first half. That was the only time the Tigers led. Coach Ted Owens of Kansas ' said he thought "our size would get 'em in the second half" if the Jayhawks had any kind of lead at the intermission. Missouri coach Norm Stewart said that "when you play a team like Kansas, vou have to have more patience. They had more firepower, and you have to wait for the goqd shot. I've been telling the team that all along but they're young, and when you're young and when you're winning, messages don't come across well. I think they got the message tonight." ifdoot mmm Wm OBQMODTO Your walls enjoy enduring beauty when covered with scrub-bable Sanitas . . , The "Child-Proof" well covering with the glamorous look . ; . the designer's touch. Sanitas is impervious to dust or staining and is economical to install. Many Sanitas designs feature companion fabrics. You must see these striking new 1971 patterns to believe their beauty. Exciting, modern designs and colors for the young at heart. Also see the new and beautiful Sanitas Wall Murals, designed to give lasting pleasure . . . lasting durability. Visit our showroom soon and see the' hundreds of new patterns, textures, flocks and foils for every room in your home. 1 . MORRISPM 19th &0 Phone 477-2272 of the Peacocks Dec. 3 at Madison Square Garden. . ' Despite a 27-poiht performance by the 7-foot McDaniels Saturday night, "he never played a worse game," said Oldham, t . Coach Frank McGuire of South Carolina wasn't too. pleased either with .his team's early efforts against outgunned Cornell. Despite the Gamecocks' 13-point advantage, McGuire. felt they looked like they were roding to sleep, n ' ; v ! ' ' What did he do? He had them spring into a man-to-man press from a deliberate zone. . . "I tried to get ; them out of their lethargy," said McGuire, who admitted South Carolina wasn't too excited about the opening-round game. "It's hard to play against a hungry ball club like Cornell," he said, referring to the Big Red's 2-7 record. - , ' Other teams in the Top Ten No. , 5 Pennsylvania and No. 8 Kansas also chalked up success in tournament play over the week-, end. . . ' Penn beat Syracuse 85-77 in overtime in the Quaker City Classic in Philadelphia; Kansas slugged Missouri 96-63 in the Big Eight Tournament at Kansas City and Drake whipped Canisius in the Queen City Classic at Buffalo, N.Y. ., , Washington State stunned No. 11 Indiana 83-80 in the Far West Classic at Portland Ore., No. 13 Villanova turned back Illinois 89-76 in the Rainbow Classic at Honolulu and Louisiana State stopped DePaul 91-72 in the All-College Tourney at Oklahoma City in other major tourneys. ' j ciim-wALL Eastern Conference Atlantic Division Won Lost Pet. GB New York ..30 11 .732 .... Boston ... 21 16 .568 x7 Philadelphia ...22 18 .550 7'i Buffalo R 29 .275 18'a Central Division Baltimore ; 20 16 .556 .... Cincinnati 16 19 .457 3Vj Atlanta .., 12 2S .324 m Cleveland 5 37 .119 18 Western Conference v ' Midwest Division ' Milwaukee ; . . . . .27 81 . ... . Detroit ............24 14 .632 5Vi Chicago 23 U .622 Phoenix 22 19 .537 9 . . Pacific Division Ls Angeles ., .21 14 , .600 San Francisco, ?..-.., .... 21 18 .538 ' 3 San Diego ....'.iv.;...,.21 19 J25 . 3Vi Seattle .,;.;. .....17 22 .436 i 6 Portland . 13 28 .300 Wa Sunday's Results Cleveland 114, v Philadelphia 101 " Chicago 110, San Diego 101 . Los Angeles 128, Phoenix 110 -Portland 135, Boston 123 New York 110, Baltimore 105 V ' ' "." "aba i EAST DIVISION Won Lost Pet. 6B Virginia 4 12 ,676 KewucKy 24 13 New York 16 18 Floridians i ..15 21 Pittsburgh 14!24 .649 t Vh 9'a 11 Vt -.471 .417 .368 .361 Carolina 13 23 West division Utah 24 11 .686 . .. Indiana 22 14 .611 ; 2vi Memphis 19 17 .528 5Va Denver ...V.13 22 .371 5' Texas. .... ..13 23 .361 ,11 Vi . Sunday's Results Utah 135, Virginia 119 New York 114, Kentucky 108 Texas 124, Pittsburgh 116 : s ; Memphis 109, Indiana 106 CaroWna 122, Floridians 114 K Knights Whip Oilers, 7-3 Omaha (fjPI) - The Omaha Knights ended a home ice jinx Sunday night by defeating Tulsa 7-3 in central Hockey League action at Ak-Sar-Ben. ', ; . Omaha's pnly three home losses this year had been at the hands of the Oilers. Y The win boosted Omaha nine points above Oklahoma City in leaSue standings, Fights By The Associated Press Woodland Hills, Calif. - ''Shotgun" Joe Shelion, 195Vj, San Francisco, stopped Aaron Eastling, 199, St. Paul, Minn., 7. . Taipei, Formosa Koichi Okada, 121, Japan, stopped Yun Sun Ok, 121, South Korea, 11. - , . Rome Bruno' Arcari, 140V4, Itaiy, out-poimeo Jose Dos Santos, 139'i, Brazil, 10. aniW VINYL COATED FABRIC WALLCOVERING The 1971 Collection is at Morris Paint! it's durable, washable, economical! The results set Monday night. , ' ' ' 1 Penn vs. Utah ami St. Joseph's Pa.; vs Temple in the Quaker City semifinals; -Drake vs. Niagara in the Queen City finals; Oklahoma vs. Nebraska and Colorado vs.r ; Kansas State in the first round of the Big Eight and Wichita State vs. San. Francisco and Utah State vs. Bowling Green in the All-Colleges' first round. Also, Stanford vs. Ohio State and Harvard vs. Oregon State in the Far West Classic semifinals and Michigan vs. St. Louis and Brigham Young vs. the Army service team in the Rainbow Classic first round. , . Top-rated UCLA, third-ranked Marquette, sixth-rated Southern California, No. 12 Ten-nessee and No. 1'5 St Bonaventure get into the tournament swim this week as college basketball unleashes more than 50 Christmas classics. ' ' ' UCLA meets William & Mary Li the first round of the Steel Bowl at Pittsburgh ' Tuesday; Marquette matches forces with Dartmouth in the Milwaukee Classic Tuesday; Southern Cal takes on Michigan State and Tennessee faces Houston Tuesday night in the Trojan Classic at Los Angeles and St. Bonaventure meets Bradley in the Gator Bowl at Jacksonville, Fla. Other holiday tourneys include ' the . Evansville Invitational; Las Vegas Classic; Motor City Classic at Detroit; Poinsettia Classic at Greenville, S.C.; Hall of Fame at Springfield, Mass.; Palmetto Classic at Charlestos, S.C.; Midwinter Classic at Santa Barbara, Calif.; and the Roadrunner Invitational at Las Cruces, N.M. ' , Y Baltimore Respects AFC Playoff Foe Baltimore UP) - - The Baltimore Colts have nothing but respect for the Oakland Raiders, their . opponents in next Sunday's American Football Conference championship game. Y ; j Speaking mostly in platitudes, the Colts nevertheless praised the Raiders after viewing their televised 21-14 victory over the Miami Dolphins in Sunday's playoff semifinals. The Colts, who will have the advantage of playing the title game at home, reached the championship round a day earlier by blanking the Cincinnati Bengals 17-0. , Don McCafferty, in his rookie season as Baltimore coach, had his entire staff at his home to watch the Miami-Oakland game after reviewing films of me Cincinnati contest. ; "We've had a lot of respect for Oakland over the years," McCafferty said. "They have a veteran team with a fine personnel." Oakland and Baltimore, in different , leapes until this season, have met only in exhibition games and the Colts have won all three by 24 and 12-point margins. : :: " "They don't count," McCafferty said. "This year, for in stance, we played the Raiders in our first preseason game and had only one week to get ready after the players' strike ended."'.. , .':,':) "The Raiders have good linebackers, so they may be hard to run against," said offensive tackle Bob Vogel. o o o d o o o o o o o o o o o o o Home Comfort Hints - - . , - , -It'';. ' Don't Let the Winter Drys Ruin Your Home This Winter by Mr. "B", Fred R. "Bob" Sikyta your inner space problem solver "Now Drv I Am" Is tint a your home. And if you're wondering how can the inside of your home (even when its snowing or raining) be so dry when it looks so wet outside, here's a point to remember:, o o When the air temperature outside Is 30 degrees Fahrenheit and the outdoor relative humidity is 80 percent, chances are your home's indoor relative humidity is only 17 PERCENT in a normal 72 degree indoor temperature room. . o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o That's what relative humidity is all f aDour. .. . , ine proper moisture relative to the temperature. For human health and comfort, 30 to 40 PERCENT relative humidity at 72 degrees Fahrenheit is the best comfort area. Chances are you don't have it in Nebras- f ka's climate without a power humidifier. Symptoms of improper include dry skin, static electricity when you walk on your carpet or touch door knobs and other metals, lots of winter colds, cracks in your wooden floors or walls. Your indoor air is just too dry. 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' - ' The Baltimore defense, at top strength again with end Bubba Smith and tackle Fred Miller recovered from leg injuries, manhandled the Bengals ' limiting them to 139 total yards and seven first downs as Cincinnati crossed midfield only , twice. ' , ' On offense, 3 7 - y e a r o 1 d quarterback John Unitas tossed a 45-yard touchdown pass, to Roy Jefferson in the first period and another for 53 yards . to Eddie Hinton in the final, quarter. Rookie Jim , O'Brien , booted a 44-yard field goal in the second period. Unitas completed only 6 of 17 passes, and instead of the usual 50-50 ratio called 47 running plays as Baltimore played ball control. Y FLY to th ORANGE BOWL (Commercial Pilot) With Interesting Stops In Florida ROUND TRIP $145.00 Phone 435-5354, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. cnnA f-hprriA nni fnr humidification Mr. 1' W "I 1 1 Call 467-1111 air conditioning & heating 6317 Havelock Ave.

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