The Kansas City Times from Kansas City, Missouri on December 20, 1969 · Page 49
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with purchase ot HICKS BROS ’ CLOSEOUT SALE OF 1969 MODEL C hevrolet : continues HOME tNIHIMKMEin CHTtM tar Tenus available DOWfcTOWN ÍO HÁI JQOO OFFICIAI MISSOURI JN&fCTlON STATION AU MISSOURI STORES ARE APPROVED INSPECTION CENTERS Tiratone Saturday, December 20, 19Ä9 THE KANSAS CITY TIMES Chiefs By Bill Richardson (A Member of The Star's Sports Stall) New York—For the first time since their last visit here, the Kansas City Chiefs face a must game when they face the New York Jets in the opening round of the American Football league’s play-off tournament. The winner advances to meet the survivor of tomorrow's Houston-Oakland contest in the A. F. L. championship game January 4. Thus, all four teams, champions and runners- up, are potentially two games away from the Super bowl on January 11. Odds here are that the Chiefs will defeat the Jets in the 12:30 o’clock (Kansas City time) meeting in Shea stadium. The Chiefs are favored by four points. Oakland rules as a 2-touchdown choice over Houston. Kansas City defeated New York, 34-16, here in November to lock up a spot in play-offs. The Chiefs came will be carried by channel 4 in Kansas City ana broadcast by radio station KCMO. Weather outlook for today is cold, cloudy and windy. Shea rates as the windiest park in the league. Sudden death rules apply in the play-offs. If the teams tie at the end of a regulation game, there will be an overtime with the first team to score by any means being the winner. With the game rated so close, the field goal kickers could play an important part and the wind plays an important part in how they perform. Jim Turner, New York specialist and the league scoring champion, has adapted his style to the wind currents here. Jan Stenerud of Kansas City has done some thinking on the wind in the last week also. Stenerud, who drew his first scoring blank in three years as pro last Saturday in Oakland, says he will have to compensate for the wind in his kicks, which have a natural hook. Jan agrees with Turner that this is the toughest park in the league in which to kick, especially on the goal toward the scoreboard. That’s the open end. Primarily tfee Chiefs will be seeking touch­ downs. Only two touchdowns have come from their offensive impetus in the last 10 quarters. And after last week’s slowdown in Oakland, the Chiefs are certain to put their game on a more high-powered note. Len Dawson is expected to fire often to Otis Taylor, three T. D. hero of the Chiefs* triumph here in November. After getting virtually no business in Oakland, Taylor should be well rested and ready. He said he was well rested as he had been shakffag off a virus. New York, which scored a clean sweep <#-0) in the East while going 2-4 against the Western division, may modify its defense to get a better job from its secondary. Peppered by the Chiefs before, the Jets may go to a 44 coverage (four rushers, four linebackers, three deep men) instead of the conventional 4-3-4. Jim Richards, the strong safety who haitia mistake-filled game against Kansas City, \#e**kl be pulled with Randy Beverly, Cornell Gordon and Bill Baird filling the deep roles in the 4-4 alignment Kansas City’s defense, of course, has the task of getting to Joe Namath. If the New York quarterback gets hot, he can turn the whole game and the odds around. Namath can be deadly in the big g&ffies as indicated last year when he spurred the Jefts io the world’s championship. The Chiefs believe they can stop the Jets and move up in the tournament. With the teams-tfjjjjy two games away from football’s top prize, tWe incentive for both will be tremendous. The Ifs of Title Game Pending the outcome of the play-off games today and tomorrow, Kansas City stiU has a chance to be host for the American Football league championship game. The title game will be held here January'* if the Chiefs defeat the Jets today and Houston upsc ts Oakland tomorrow in Oakland, Calif. If, however, both Oakland and the Chiefs should win, it will be played in the Oakland coliseum January 4. If New York and Oakland win, thiy Will meet in Oakland for the title January 4. If New York and Houston win it will be played in New York January 4. as the Chiefs relax after arriving for today’s A. F.L. play-off game with New York. Watching the horseplay are Chiefs’ left guard Ed Budde, second from left, and tackle Dave Hill (right)—(Wirephoto). PHONE BOOK IN PLAY—Mo Moorman, Kansas City Chiefs’ right guard (second from right) makes a playful pass with a telephone book to tight end Fred Arbanas (left) in their hotel in New York Chiefs-Jets Rosters NEW YORK No. Name Po*. 11 Turner k-ob 12 Namath ob 15 Paridi qb 18 Woodall ob 2n O'Neal p 26 Richarde cb-s 29 Turner wr 31 Mathis rb 32 Boozer rb 34 White rb 35 Joe rb 37 Nock rb 40 Battle s 41 Snell rb 42 Beverly cb 43 Dockerv cb 46 Baird s 48 Gordon cb« 51 Baker lb 52 Schmitt c 55 Carroll lb 56 Crane Ib-e 60 Grantm lb 61 Finnic de-ta 62 Atkinson lb 63 Neidert lb 64 Perrault • 65 Jones lb 66 Rasmusen • 67 Herman g-t 72 Rochester dt 75 Hill ♦ A i U ¿¡SÄ d. R6 Bias* de 4 87 Lammorts ta 89 Stewart te ___ KANSAS CITY No. Name Pos. 3 Stenerud k 6 McVea wr-rb 10 Livingston qb 12 Flores qb 14 Podolak rb 16 Dawson ob 18 Thomas cb 20 Sellers cb. 21 Garrett rb 22 Mitchell cb 24 Belser s 25 Pitts wr 30 Richardn wr 32 McClinn te 38 Haves rb 40 Marsalis cb 42 Robinson s 44 Wilson d 46 Kearncv s 51 Lvnch lb 55 Holub c 60 Danev a 61 C u I d g 63 Lanier lb 65 Prudhme dt 66 Stein lb 71 Budde o 73 Hill t 74 Trosch dt 75 Mavs de 76 Moorman • 77 Tvrer t 78 Bell lb 82 Lothamer dt 84 Arbsnas t 85 Hurston lb 86 Buchanan dt 87 Brown de 89 Taylor wr EXTRA CHRISTMAS BONUS front RCA gap»lipqHpa«i«Ba Offer good till Dec. 24 BlueS'Dallas Box Score Dallas Line-Up Goal—Bob Champoux, Ken Brown. Detense—Kerry Bond, Barry Lons» Dave Burrows, Paul Shmyr. Forwards—Brian Bradley» Tommy Services. Larrv Tomachvch. J. P. LeBlanc, Oscar Gaudet. Rick Morris, Jean Pierre Bordeleau, Garth Rizzuto, Jim Stanfield, Don Gordon. Kansas City Line-Up Goal—Gary Edwards, Robbie Irons. Defense—Jim Pritchard, Gerry Lemlre, Gordon Kannegiesser, Dick Proceviat, Murray. Fleget. Forward»—Gary Veneruzzo, Ron Buchanan, Skeeter Teal, Brian Glenwright, Norm Dennis, Ralph Stewart, Phil Obendorf. Tommi Salmelianen. Jaroslav Jlrik, Terry Gray. Referee—Wally Harris. Linesmen—Harry Dick, Jack Jackson. First Period SCORING K. C.—Dennis (Obendorf, Jirikl 7:04. D—Gaudet (Bradley, Serviss) 12:10. PENALTIES Veneruzzo (Tripping) 1:47; Long (holding) 9:46. Second Period SCORING K. C. (Jirik, Buchanan) 19:05. PENALTIES Gray (hooking) 5:06; Long (interference) 17:31. Third Period SCORING D— Bordeleau (Serviss, Morris) :17. K. C.—Jirik (Dennis, Flegel) <15.10. PENALTIES None. SCORE BY PERIODS DALLAS ........................ 1 0 1—2 KANSAS CITY ........... 1 1 1-3 SAVES CHAMPOUX (D) ......... 6 5 8-14 EDWARDS (KC) ......... i 11 10-27 Attendance—3,145. includes PARTS & LABOR Bulletin Tempe, Ariz. (AP) — Unbeaten Missouri took advantage of two Arizona State cold spells to win its sixth basketball game of the season, defeating the host team in the Sun Devil basketball tournament, 67-57, last night. It was Missouri’s sixth straight victory. NEVELE PRIDE IS TOPS Columbus, Ohio (AP)—Nevele Pride, a 4-year-old trotter, was named Harness Horse of the Year for 1969 by the U. S. Harness writers association. It was tie third straight year the honors went to the Nevele Acres rofr. ONE FULL YEAR of worry-free viewing Offer good on all models and Furniture styles! MORE THAN 80 NEW AND NEAR NEW CHEVR0LETS . OVER $$$$ IN SAVINGS UNITED APPLIANCE COMPANY K.C., Mo., 5550 Troost, DE 3-3538 So. K.C., 8437 Wornall, EM 3-2270 Indep., Mo., 124 S. Main, TE 3-1177 (1 block S. of the square) Tali Hilltopper Sharp half and five out of six In the second half when Western Kentucky took charge in decisive fashion. 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