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Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, October 2, 1977
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Second Section THE SUNDAY PageFil October 2.1977 Serve Logansport's Jay Blackburn concentrates on hitting the ball while serving Saturday at the Logansport tennis sectional. The Berries won two matches to advance to the .finals against Northwestern Monday. (Staff photo) Logan In Sectional Finals Logansport and Northwestern advanced lo Ihe finals of thc'Logansport Tennis Sectional at the LHS Courts Saturday. Both learns won a pair of matches and will meet for the championship at 4 p.m. Monday at the LHS Courts. Logansport defeated ..• Harrison, 4-1,.in the first round "land Delphi, 4-1, in the semifinals. •. The top seeded player for the - 'Berries, Craig Billman, was the only Logansport player to lose'.in both matches. He fell to Chris - 'Appel of Harrison, 6-4 and 7-5, • <and lost in the semi-finals to ; - IDon Dickson of Delphi, 6-3 and ; Sean Smith, the second seed •; lor the Berries, handled Phil ' 'Dunn of Harrison, 6-2 and 6-2, and blanked Phil Brown of . Delphi, 6-0 and 6-0. • Keith London, the Ihird seed for ; -,Logansport. ripped .Stig • I'Hammond of Harrison. 6-2 and I -'6-0, and blanked Steve Johns of • >Delphi, 6-0 and 6M). '.'' In doubles play, the Berries' top seeded doubles team of Jay Blackburn and John Zimmerman stopped Doug White and Kurt Voigt of Harrison. 6-1 and 6-2, and then beat Tim Kingery and Bernic Wallman of Delphi, 6-3 and 6-2, The second seeded Logansport doubles team of Tom Herd^ and Jeff Botisum whipped Derek Dosial Each of the Northwestern doubles teams lost one match. Ed Perkins and Fred David beat John Barrett and Greg Reitel of Benlon Central, G-l and 6-4, but lost to James Elliott and Vince Perry of Twin Lakes, 7-6,6-2. John Vemuree and John Ellerman lost to .Benton Central's Brian Mclntosh: and frO -'and 6-1; and 'handledEd Fleck and Gary McLemore of Delphi, 6-1 and 6-1. "Northwestern whipped Benton Central, 4-1. in the first round and Twin Lakes, 4-1, in the semi-finals. The Tigers won all of their singles matches, Larry Reed handled Mark McKinney of Benton Central, £3 and 6-0, and beat Jerry Tolley of Twin Lakes, 6-1 and 6-2. Mike Harshman blanked Tony Burton of Benton Central; 6-0 and 6-0. and dropped John Phelps of Twin Lakes, 6-4' and 6-2. Dennis Ishcrwood defeated Shawn Findley of Benton Central, 6-2 and 6-3, and Kevin O'Farrcll of Twin Lakes, 6-2 and 6-3. Peter Arthur of Twin Lakes, fi-2 and 6-3. v . Delphi edged Carroll in the. first round, 3-2. The Oracles won all three singles matches and lost the doubles matches. Dickinson whipped Bret Rinehart, 6-1 and fi-0, while Brown stopped Carroll's Randy, McKenzie, 7-5 and 6-3. Johns handled Rick Helvie of Carroll, ,6-Oantf7-6. "...,-• In the only three set match of the day, Carroll's Steve Harvey and Jeff Richardson pulled out a 5-7, 7-6 and 6-2 victory over Kingery and Wallnran. Carroll's Gordon Jenkins and Brad Coble ripped Fleck' and MeLemore, 6-1 and«-2. Kats, Spartans Take Races BY DAVE LONG Sports Editor PORT WAYNE-URansporl nipped For! Wayne Wayne. UMi, here Saturday night. The Berries did il Ihe hard way and waited unlil less than I wo minulcs remained in the game to pull pul their fifth victory of the season against one defeat. Trailing 6-3 with five minutes led to play the Berries (urncd the ball over to the Generals at the Fort Wayne four-yard line after a fourth and goal play failed. : Wayne moved Ihe ball 10 its own 23-yard line before Ihc drive stalled and the Generals went into punt formation. Sophomore Sam Alfrey gave a hard rush and blocked Ihc pun! al the 10-yard line. Bob Dim- dcrnian picked it up al the four- yard line and carried it|in for the touchdown. Sieve Harris kicked the PAT and.lxipansporl had the lead. Hi-fi, with I :JK left on the clock. Tlie Generals moved from deep in (heir own territory to the Logansport :i">-yard, line with the help of three complete passes/ but (he game- ended there. ?- . ' Logansporl got a'lol-ot breaks in the game and (he Generals didn't/Wayne has had,trouble " with penalties and'fumbles-all season and il had Ihe same trouble against the Berries. Bob Beilo had a 74 vard (oucn- down run called back ^ in the fourth quarter because of a clipping penally which cost the Generals, -"A fumble deep in their ' own''territory gave Ihe. Berries the ball at the Wayne 10-yard line. lalejin'the game.' Even though 1,'ogunsport was slopped, the Generals had poor field position and thus when the punt was blocked Loganspori was able to score. Logansporl marched from its' own 22-yard line .lo the Wayne 10-yard line with the opening kickoft,before Ihe drive stalled. Harris came in and'booied a 27 yard field goal at the »:50 mark of the initial period to give the Berries an early ;i-0 lead. It was his second field goal of the year. The lead held unlil 3:211 was left in the half, when Bcito fielded a punl al (he Wayne 22- yard line and won! 7« yards for a score. The extra point kick failed. The game was very defensive minded us the statistics point out. "i : . Logansporl gained only 104 yards on the ground and 43 yards in the air lor. 147 total yards. The Berries had 13 first •downs. Wayne had 110, yards, rushing and *) yards passing for 199 total yards. The Generals gained only five first.' downs. •',• , Jeff Flowers was lops for Logansporl in rushing .with 41, yards in 11 carries. Kevin Lo/.ier and Kric Kinnaman each Irish Get Past Spartans SOUTH BEND. Ind. lUPIl Dave Reeye kicked three field goals, the longest 51 yards, and Dave Mitchell bolted nine yards for a touchdown Saturday to give Notre Dame a ic-fi victory over Michigan State in a game marred by frequenl turnovers. The Irish, who tied an NCAA Notre Dame started'from its own 18 to open the game and was en route to a touchdown when Mitchell fumbled and Kim Rowekamp recovered on the Spartan 3. Later in the contest, the Irish went from theirown 2i> .to the Spartan 8 and Joe Montana gained another five yards record by scoring in its I2:ird._-before he fumbled and Dan consecutive game, might have Bass recovered for the Spartans won by a much larger margin, but lost the ball three times on fumbles and three times on pass interceptions while Michigan State .had lerceoted. /our passes in- Alabama Beats Dogs TUSCALOOSA. Ala. (UPI) -Roger Chapman kicked three second-half field goals Saturday, two of them set up on fumble recoveries by Wayne Hamilton, to enable 12lh-ranked Alabama to score a hardcarncd 18-10 victory over Georgia. The Crimson Tide, favored by two touchdowns, was slopped three times inside the Georgia 10 in the third period. Chapman,' after missing t a ,S2-yard'field ; 29-"yard "kicks and ihen. in r the final period, when Georgia closed within five points on a •Tyard run by Kevin McLee. Chapman added the clincher with :i: 23 le f t i n the game. on the Michigan State 3. .Notre Dame also had a pass intercepted on the Michigan State 22, a fumble' lost oh the Spartans' 20, and passes'in- tercepted on the Spartans' 24 and 38 yard lines. The Spartans had passes intercepted on the Notre Dame 27, the Michigan State 27, the' Notre Dame 39 vand the Michigan State ,;16. Michigan State also was hampered by a strong Notre Dame pass rush as the Irish sacked starling Spartan quarterback Ed Smith four times for 42 yards and got to reliefer Marshall Lawson twice for 23 yards lost. Reeve's first field goal covered 42 yards after the.first pass interception by the Irish, the second went 40 yards after the second pass interception and the third 51 yards after a third pass interception. Mitchell's touchdown run wrapped up a 56-yard drive by the. Irish .which reqiiiredsix.p.raysV' yards passing with Smith completing 9 of 19'for 101 yards and Lawson 7 of 15' for 99. Montana hit B of 23 foc-105 yards for the Irish. Mark Anderson, a sophomore defensive back for the Spartans, was the Michigan Stale defensive standout, as he made.- all three passJn.tereeptions for the Spartans, f;.' •Frctti Rshs-yr Passing Return Passs , Punls Fumbls-lst Pnlls-yr MS '•' N0 ..< is ':•. W :' ! ;W-92 ""'38-315 'v'rds- . 201 IW v'ards .5:1 . , 97 lfi-35-4 (19-24-3 ' H-.16.1 - S-36.ll : , 1 T <> '3-3 , 4--I2 3— 35 38,.. Michigan State Noire Dame MS-FC Nielsen ND-FG Reeve 42 -.-', ND-Milchetl a kick) - : ND-KG Reeve 40- Nd—FG Reeve .i! • MS-FG Nielsen 3T A-5M75 3 030- 6 01060-16 i HiJeve Hans _ Nielsen booted field goals of 38 and :!7 yards and missed on two tries for Michigan State's only points. Boll State Victorious MUNCIE, Ind. (UPI) - Dave Wilson's first-quarter touch- downs'put Ball Slate ahead 14-p ,for an eventual 2«-i2,conquest of Central Michigan Saturday in Mid-American Conference football.- ' Wilson scored on a one-yard plunge and a five-yard run for the Cardinals, with Jim Nediff making the kicks good. George Jenkins arid Mike. Andress delivered the other Ball State touchdowns. The Ball Stale home opener was the Chippowas' first loss after four straight wins. . carried the-ball seven times for 21 yards. Harris rushed three times" for 13 yards, while Dundermari had 13 yards in one try. Randy Hughes ran five times for eight yards and Jeff Jones failed to gain a yard in his , one try. Eric Sweet lost 17 yards in five tries. Sweet-was six lor H in the .passing department. Jones had four catches for 34 yards and Kinnaman two receptions for seven tards. Chris Jackson was the 1- eading tackier", for the Berries ' with 10. IJarry -Baldwin' had • eight,-while-Lozier and Kelly Minnick,-- had' six and >fivc ;respectivply. • •'•..Jackspn.jLor.ier and Lindy Breedeii all , had fumble recoveries'for Logansport. Logansport fumbled four times aniJlost two. while Wayne lost ihree of six fumbles, the Berries .were penalized twice for 20 yards, while seven flags were thrown against the Generals for 95 yards. The Berries will return home next week to face New Castle in the annual homecoming game. The contest will mark the return of Mark Surface lo Logansport- He'll bring his Trojans into the game « : itli a 2-5 record. Surface and Richmond head coach Hub Etchison were al the Wayne game scouting the Berries. Summary Logan 300 "—10 FWWayne o 6 o o- 6 Slats FWW 5 110 Logan First Downs B Yds Rushing 104 Yds Passing 43 ToUlOlfense . M? Passes-Camp U-6 Intercepted By o rumbles-Lou 4-2 Punts-Avg. 5-33 Penalties-Yds 2-20 f - Scoring L-Harris. 27 Held goal. FWW-Bcilo. 7» punl return (kick failed! L—Dunderman. <j blocked punl I Harris kick! 199 li-6 -0 6-3 5-25 7-S5 Purdue Stops Wake Forest -; DELPHI-Kokomo and North . -\ Newton won the Delphi Cross ;'Country Invitational here -.'Saturday. ; • The invitational was split into : Braces. '• Kokomo won the first race -;with 53 points. Haworth was the I closest team with 75 points. v Cass finished fourth with a 131 J -total which was only four points •' in back of third place Harrison. ;• Rochester was fifth with 151. ; Logansport was eight with 182 . • points. Carroll. Delphi and Twin Lakes finished in the 10th. 11th . and I2th respectively. ; The individual winner of the ,'• first -race\ was Steve Hem• 'minRcrof Kokomo In 12:32. Ted Baker was tops for Logansport with a sixth place finish in 12:54. Gary Hudson was 38th; in. 13:51, while Matt Foreman and Steve Sims were 45th and 46th respectively wilh times of 13:58- and 13:5!). Joe Dague was 47lh in 14:02. Ken Bacr placed 50th and Mike ,Ginzel55th. North Newlon captured the second race with 72 points. Hanover Central was second with 8) points and Lafayette Jeff third with 100. Loganland teams running -included Maconaquah sixth 'with 147 points, Tri-County seventh wilh 368, North White eighth with 182. Peru lllh with Sports Menu FOOTBALL MONDAY - Logansport at Huntlngton (JV); Cass. at Delphi (JV). : TUESDAY - Logancport at Twin Lake*- (»); Maconaquah :atCa»(»). WEDNESDAY - Carroll at THURSDAY - NCC meet at New Castle; Midwest Conference at Frontier. . SATURDAY - Three Rivers .Conference meet. 320 and Frontier I3lh with 342 points. . ...•• Jason Mannes of North Newlon captured the second racein 12:11. , . Kokomo also won > the junior varsity race with 18 points.'Cass was second and I^ogansport third with 96 and 129 points respectively. ' Rochester was sixth. /Maconaquah eighth and Peru 14th, The individual winner was Kokomo'sBo"bStaton. FinlRace Kokomo S3, Haworth 75. Harrison 127, Cass 131, Rochester 151, Ulsyette Central CaUnlic 159, WeslfieM 172, loganAort IK, Ortgon-Divls 219, Carroll 234, Delphi 2B, Twin Lato 312, Rosaville 338, Olrrton Central 330, West Central 4S2. Hem- rainjer, Kokono, 12:32. SewndRace , North Newton 72, Hanover central (1, Lafayette Jell W;* McCulchton 116, Renoelaer 134, Maconaquah 147,.Tri- County 18, North Willie IB. Hamilton Heights 2U, Kankakee Valley 231. Peru m. Benlon Central 335. rronller 342, .South NewtaiMe; Mamies. North Newton. 12:11. ftejcrwRace Kokomo 11; Can 96. Loginsport 129.- Hanover Central 145, Haworth in, LINCOLN, Neb. (UPI) — Sophomore I-back I.M. Hipp scored only two points but rushed for a Nebraska school record 254 yards and Tom Sortey ran for two .touchdowns and passed for a third in a 31-13 Cornhusker vtctory - over a tougher-than-expected Indiana Saturday. _•'•• ' • In what was supposed to be a warmup for the start of" lothranked .Nebraska's Big Eight Conference schedule next week. Indiana kept the game in doubt until midway in the final quarter. Then, ; Sorley connected on a 6-yard pass to Tim Smith to stretch a 17-13 lead to , 24^17, with 58 seconds lefl In the game, Sorley scored on a lyard Hill; : : . ' ..,-- --' ' ' ' ",Until his six-point pass to Smith, the; -Hoosiers." whose offensive unit repeatedly ripped the center of the Nebraska line for steady, and occasionally large gains, had a chance to pull WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. lead in (fie second period, but penalty against Purdue. (UPI) —• Freshman quar- the Deacons rallied and at one Young set a single-game terback Mark Herrmann time trailed by only three points record for Wake Forest with 12, passed foVtwo-ifirst period; .before Sovereen booted the .\.pass v receptions for 108 yards u . . .,.-., - - , , . c touchdowns, but when hisaerial Boilermakers out.oC,danger. •-• anyone touchdown. However,,the.,standout,.Ir,ish ? - ^| rc -,j s «boggerj" down- -Spotty;:, Herrmann completed 22<of 37 "" was Jerome 'Sovereen kicked: a modern passes for 252 yards and touchdown throws of 12 yards to Raymond Smith and Reggie Arnold, giving him 1,224 yards passing in four games. Herrmann, who entered the game as the nation's major terception. Defender Rick Moss college passing leader in terms grabbed a McGlamry pass on the Purdue 19 yard line late in the fourth period to end the Deacons'final threat. John Skibinski netted . 70 yards rushing for Purdue while Bennie Lcverett added 62: For Wake Forest, tailback Jim McDougald was held to 47 yards 'ball carrier Heavens who .switched from fullback 19 halfback for the game and ran for 132 yards in 22 carries. , • ••Michigan State gained 200 school record four field goals to lead Purdue to a 26 ; J 7 victory - over Wake Forest Saturday ,. , -, Purdue, mainly on: Herrmann's passing, rolled to a 20-n • BobJiely kicked a 26-yard : field goald'to complete the Deacons' scoring in the third period. McGlamry connected on 21 of 37 passes for 218 yards, one touchdown and one In- Nebraska Handles Hoosiers an upset. Indiana's :T,ony D'Orazio rushed for 115 yards and Ric Enis for 1()6, with each carrying 22 times. . . Indiana showed immediately tl was to^ be reckoned with, marching 80 yards in 15 plays for^a touchdown after taking the opening kickoff. ••Quarterback -Scott.'Arnett' capped the long drive withal-yard run. •' Nebraska's first points were registered when Arnelt fell in Ills own end zone for a Nebraska safety. The fall followed • a Smith punt which was downed ontheHoosier,!'. The Cornhuskers got. their "(irst touchdown^'few minutes later on a .?6-yard drive that, ended with;- Randy Garcia flipping a 2-yard "pass to Ken Spaeth. II was-then that Hipp scored his only paints, scooting around end on a two-point conversion play. •/ A recovery of a Darrick Burnett fumble on the Indiana 20 set up Nebraska's second touchdown. Monsteri back Jim Pillen dropped on the ball after the Hoosiers had worked,their way to their 20 following another Smith punt that carried totheHoosierl. After the recovery, Nebraska scored in four plays withjSoriey running overfrprii a-yarrj-put.- Indiana's other points were scored on two field-goals by- David Freud, one 2o-yards and theotherSfryards. ,:, ' Indiana ' " 73~3 0-13 107 0 14-31 'I run (Freud Arnell tackled in of yards gained, also was' in ' tercepted three times and at least two of his passes were dropped as Purdue threatened to turn the game into a rout. . Purdue, 1 , now 2-2, was hit 124 yards in penalties. 90 of them in the first half to be bogged down Nebraska Irid-Arnetl kick) Nch-Safely end zone Neb Garcia iDipp Neb-Sorlcy kicki Ind-FG Freud '» Ind-FG Freud :I6 Neb-Smith 6 . Sorley iTodd kicki Neb-Sorley 5 kick) Spaeth run: 1 ' pass from .run •/ iTodd pass . from iTodd when it appeared the Boilers would blow the game wide open. It was then that' Sovereen stepped in and kicked field goals of 22 and 33 yards in the second period and adding boots of 28 and 29 yards in the third and fourth stanzas. Wake Forest; slipping to 1-3, scored its first louchdown in the second period when Gerry Vick . ran 48 yards with an intercepted pass from Joe Metallic who replaced Herrmann briefly: Moments later, the Deacons struck for their other touchdown. Mike McGlamry passed seven yards to Steve Young. . ,; The second Wake Forest touchdown' was set up by McGlamry's 26-yard pass to. John Zeglinski and a face mask in 16 rushes. Wake Pore* . Purdue . Pur-Smilh 12 Herrmann (Sovereeni Pur-mold 18 pass Herrmann (wvereen) Pur~FG Sovereen 22 Pur-FC Soverwrt 3.1 Wakc-Vick 48 pass tida (Helyi Wake-Young 7 McGlamry (Helyi Wakc-FG Hefy 26 (1430-17 14 633- 16 pass from from pass inlercep- from Pur-PG Pur-FG ' A-iH.060 Frstd Rshs-y Passing Relurn Passs Punls ' Furobls-lst-. Pnlts-yr' Sovereen 28 Sovereen 29 yrds yards . Wk 18 41-100 218 fil 2! -39-1 6— :i8,2 , 4-2 .«-:« Pr 2Sl u— in 267 I) 23-46-4 '3-37.2 0-fl 1C-124 Wolverines Rout Aggies ANN ARBOR, Mich. (DPI > Junior fullback Russell Davis scored "two Michigan touchdowns and the third-ranked Wolverines cashed in on five Texas A&M errors Saturday to hand the fifth-ranked Aggies, a 41-3 licking that snapped a 10-game winning streak. Michigan, which had showed little in the previous two weeks while falling from No. 1 in the VOLLEYBALL MONDAY,- Logansport at .Carton (f); Ptoowr at North Delphi; Kewanna at Carton, 'JiMhM(t). Ptoneer at Maconaquah: •Z FRIDAY - New Cattle at ----------Logansport; Cass at /; Maconaquah; Carton at Tippy --Valley;- Rochester at Nor. ' UwMtent; Wlnamac at Culver; -CamU at Tri County; Nor'• thfltM at Twin Lake*; Clinton : Central at Frontier; .WUtko at North Miami; i North White at IKnox; Wert Central at North Catholic at Logwaport. JudBpnjPeniatAtowndria. GOLF at at SATURDAY - Jtoneer Cohanbia (MS); Triton . Carton (JV). - "\ CROSSCOUNTRY . TUESDAY - rLogan^ort Lafayette: Rochester Ptene«r,MlCatKok«en>. WEDNESDAY - Logansport ^at Wlnamac; Cui- • t -;• caston; Twin Lake* at Ploi^r, • : THURSDAY '— Eastern at Can. SATURDAY - Logansport InviuOonal. SWIMMING 'TUESDAY - Lafayette MONDAY - Sectional at THURSDAY - Logansport at TwtoLakes. ; H TENNIS :, ' MONDAY- Sectional flnal* atLofantport ' *~ Rochetler ir. Harriwi», Maconaquah " ratings, spotted Texas A&M a J; M, McCutctan :u. Ulayette Jeff m, ~ 0 lead on a 24-yard field goal by Reutelaer fli; Hamilton-Heights'CT, junior Tony Frenklin in the first Orcgoo-Davts 330. Peru K, Clinton quarter - ' CetfnKH Stalon,**™ u-« But then they complelely shut down the high powered Aggie wishbone, not allowing a,first down in- the second half until, there was I1.--M remaining in the game before 104.802. the third largest crowd in Michigan history At that point the Southwest Conference 'team - got across midfteld on its own efforts for the.first time since'the Held goal." But sophomore tailback Curtis Dickey fumbled the ball away al.the Michigan 49. . • The Wolverines fumbled the ball on their own 36 but got It back four plays later on their 19 Michigan sophomore Texas Tech Wins, 10-7 CHAPEL HILL. NC iLPji — Sophomore Bill Adams, drilled a 35-yard field goal with 3:44 left to play Saturday to lift Texas Tech to a conre- frombehind 10-7 victory over North Carolina in an m- lersectional contest. - '"i The Red Raiders, trailing 7-0 at Intermission, .marched 'so .yards. With the second, hal(t, W nen micniun aopnumore klckoff/and 1 sophomore Mark s > linebacker?' Ron - SlmpUns Johnson scored from 3 ?ards recovered- quarterback DavW out to tic the game 7-7. ; : , Walker's bbWSIe.- '-^\T n ,-L Michigan drove 81 yards m eight plays; with Davis.bulling through the middle four yards - to give his team a lead it never relinquished The Hood of points started m the second half when senior linebacker Oom Tedesco recovered a tumble by 277- pound junior Aggie fullback George /Woodard, who gained 1S6 yards in 39 carries m a solitary effort to keep his team in the game. Davis capped a 40-yard drive with a 1-yard scoring dive on the fifth play'of (he series, and . Michigan turned a short punt into another "touchdown when junior quarterback Rick Leach gave senior walk-on" receiver Curt Slephenson his first career score, a 35-yard bomb. ' i Dwight Hicks intercepted a Walker pass when Texas A&M had to 'start. throwing, and junior, tailback Harlan Huckleby capped a 23-yard drive with an 8-yard scoring run In the fourth quarter.. . SlmpklnsTbfocked an Aggies punt near the end zone, and senior safety Jim Ptckens grabbed it for a touchdown just 2:27 after Huckleby's score, making»34-3. • Sophomore, Mike Jolly, completed the 7 rout with a 50- Baseball Standings yard intercept ion return for a score after Coach Emory Bellard Inserted freshman Mike Mosley at quarterback., Coach Bo Schembechler set the tone of the game from the beginning by winnjng the tois , and electing to kick off — a first for the, conservative coach — and his gamble for field position' paid off except for a fumble by • Davis on,his own 19. which led to Franklin's field goal Davis- atoned for that mistake, however, by gaining- 109 yards on 19 carries as the" San Diego Wolverines showed several new '" ' sets before settling on a" two tight-end formation that set up • ^ Yort , S| ^^ w its running game. a . i^,,, 4 _ New Vork o ^ • TeutAUl - J'.J, 0 '* Cincinnati6 Atlanta! •H**"" „ „ '., . - •' 1J ? 1 -«, lx» Angeles.4. IJwsion 3 • TAMI-EGFnmkllnW- - San Francisco .3.,San Djego 4 MKh-R DavmnmiWHtewUcKi , chicaRo al PitlstxirRh postponed, ram Mlcli-R.Oart.lra.,(T»'to.Ml - Monlr S|al PMadeSphia, wRhl Midi—StephenMo;* pas mm Leaen Svday's Garaa , Mi<:h ~SlS^lilS!Ll5 l L l i!fL U< *i'i Chicago (Bums 14-15 and Bonlum 10- Mlca-PKkem 'T'™*"^ ^ • n> at Pillsburgh iJooe, IW) and Whilson endn«(WBIi*rKick) ' HtilllBpm- - . re ™ n Montreal iRogere !7-l5i iLercti IMi. 1:35 p.m Nation) League American League By United Press Intenullooal By United Pass International (NigN games not included t (Nitjitfanw not Included) ' — '"• x-Philadelpnia Pittsburgh St. Uuis Chicago JMonlreal x-Los Angeles Cincinnati Houston San Francisco , San Diego Atlanta x-clinchcd dn few East r ' ^W L Pet GS 100 M ,SZ5 - x-NewYork W U m 6 Boston 83 it .5lii ITS Baltimore W 19 M6 19 Detroit • 74: 06 463 X OiWand O X Ml 37'; Milwaukee Wes , • Toronto W L Pet GB 98 63 609 88 71 .5*7 M x-KansasCily 80.81 .«7. in Texas 75 86 .466 23 Chicago SI 93 .422 30 Minnesota «o 101 .373 38 California mlille -Oakland 1 Saturday'* Hewitt - Seattle EMt W. L Pet GB 99 62 .615 97,64 ,9B 1' 97 « .«2 2 74 «7 .460 25 70 S9 4M 28 67 W .«« 32 aloe ,333 « West W L Pet GB 101 Ti9 .831 92 68 475 9 90 71 SM li'~ & n .5I»- IS 73 87 .456 2g 63 96 JJ6 37-3 " 0 98 JM,»j Midi-JoU) iWillner kicti A-104^B Frrstdoira Rushes-yank Passing yards Reium yar* Puses Puils '. . FumbK»4iBt PenalUes-yard* So ,, interception *-* TMUN - ~ ' - 12 ' ""I* , S 1-10-J 7 U-*U , 4-3 , t~W ' x-clinched divismo Ulle Sttudiy-i RetuKi • Delral W, New York 7 SeallteS. CBicaj».3.-lst Chicago 6, Seallle 1: ~M ' Baltimore 8. Boston 7 llinnesou 9, Milwaukee I Oeveland at Torato. I pntpoMd, rain Calitornia at Kamo City", night • . Oakland al Teutt. nlehl Sunday'i Games (All Tata EDIT Cleveland i Bitty 12-IJ and Hood'2-n at Toronto i I^manctyk 12-K and Qancy _^ Ailanta- <RuUiv« 7-13) al Cincinnati j-M^i. I'Mprn, .B'iNomum 14-12).2.15pm - • "» Banimoit <Palmer-»lI) at ijtadon 44-1*7 New York iZadaj Mfi al Si. 103 (Forscti2M). 2:lSpm H Houston i Richard 17-12> al Lo- \ngel«s 7-19-« iCatlilto l-oi 4:03 pm »-(U' San Dwgt> iShtrler n-l8i 31 .San " t~l Frandsco (Barr ll-lii. -cas p m ll-HB i regular season ends: .-^ iTiaM 12-1! or Aaw S-2i. J:«i p m \ Detroit iRdile 3-Si at Ne«r- York iTOrw 11-41. J DO p m Seattle i tttwit II IJi al Oiicagl 'Stone IS-lJi. 2:15 p.m. 'MinestHa 'Goltt 19-1H at Hihnukee (Salon io-i4>. 2:30, p.m. f

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