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8-Santa Cruz Sentinel - Monday, Oct. 13, 1980 Raiders Trounce Scoreboard Chargers, 38-24 FROM PAGE 6 Munciel. added. "I saw him (Muncie) on the ground and he didn't have the ball. I dove on him and saw the ball between his legs. Then I saw Christensen grab for it right away." The Chargers were then in a tight corner, needing to score quickly. But, with quarterback Dan Fouts, who set a team record for passing yards with 388 (his old team mark was 387 in the last Raiders' game), San Diego came right back almost. In three plays, Fouts had the Chargers on the Oakland 34-yard line, but was stripped of the ball by blitzing Raider linebacker Ted Hendricks, who also recovered the fumble. The Chargers had the ball only twice more the next time getting to the Raiders' 28 before Fouts threw incomplete to wide receiver John Jefferson in the end zone; and, finally, being intercepted by Mike Davis at the Oakland 10 with 48 seconds left. Despite the yardage, and a 25-yard scoring play to Jefferson in the third quarter, Fouts was pressured throughout the afternoon, with Raider Willie Jones credited with three of the team's seven sacks. That's quite a difference in the teams' first meeting, when Fouts was sacked only once. "Considering the amount of times they have to pass rush," said Oakland Coach Tom Flores of the defense's repeated efforts, "it puts a lot of pressure on them. We knew we had to get to Fouts, to pressure him and to make him hurry his passes." On the other hand, Oakland's Jim Plunkett, starting for the first time since 1977 (with San Francisco), had solid protection and was sacked only once. But Plunkett, playing in place of injured Dan Pastorini, had to scrable a little and in the first series of the second half was knocked out briefly by Charger linebacker Woodrow Lowe. Lowe was hit with a roughness penalty for the forearm he delivered to Plunkett on the Oakland 37, and Plunkett left the game for four plays as rookie No. 1 draft choice Marc Wilson directed the offense for the first time during the regular season. Plunkett said he probably got hit on the side of the head because, "My ear hurts." He acknowledged the fact that he was knocked out in that he recalled going down, "But the next thing I remember was being helped off the field." But he shook off the hit, completed a 14-yard pass as soon as he returned and the Raiders went in for a touchdown on a 3-yard van Eeghen run for the 24-10 cushion. Plunkett finished the day with 164 yards, including a 43-yard TD to wide receiver Cliff Branch in the second period that was straight out of the play book: perfect protection, perfect route, perfect pass, perfect play. "It was perfect execution," Branch said. "That's what they pay me for, to get open. I split the zone like I was going to the post. The back (King) was in the flat so. I had the corner to myself." Defensive back Glen Edwards was there, but about eight yards behind Branch. An Embarrassing Defeat For 49ers FROM PAGE 6 Dallas Coach Tom Landry was miffed at the outcome. "The whole outcome was a surprise," Landry explained. "From what I saw on film, they have an excellent offensive team and I expected we would have to score 28 or 30 points to win." One play on Dallas' first possession really set the tone for the game. The Cowboys faced a third and seven situation when White, out of the shotgun, scrambled to recover the low snap from center John Fitzgerald. He retrieved the bouncing ball, eluded two 49er linemen and completed a 43-yard broken play reception to tight end Jay Saldi. "The first touchdown didn't make any sense," Landry said shaking his head. "We weren't executing, but when something like that happens (White to Saldi) then you begin to think things will go your way. We played better after the first touchdown." The Cowboys didn't have to worry about field position because every time they got the ball on a turnover it was inside the 49er 40 yard line. Like Fitzgerald said, "It's pretty hard not to score when you've got that type of field position." It was obvious White felt very comfortable against the 49er defense which couldn't stop the run, failed to rush the passer and had a secondary that played five or six yards off the receivers. "They were very easy to key defensively. They didn't do anything different to confuse us like other teams," White said. Pearson, who was the topic of discussion when he felt he wasn't being used enough in the Dallas offense, went a step farther in evaluating the weak 49er defense. "They use a lot of single coverage and if you can't beat one on one coverage you shouldn't be in the league," he said. "You've got to give credit to Danny because he threw three perfect balls and I just caught them. I'm satisfied because they used me in the game plan. II feels good to be back in the offense and a part of it." Once Dallas jumped ahead, there was no stopping the aggressive Cowboy pass rush and that forced DeBerg to unload quicker than he wanted to. He had little time to set up, little time to find his receivers, especially with people like Harvey Martin and Ed "Too Tall" Jones putting their hands in his helmets. "I would compare their rush with that of the Rams." DeBerg said. "They might be a little better because there guys are taller and they bunch together when you're trying to throw the ball and you can't see much area." The only other time Dallas scored 59 points was in 19fi8 when the Cowboys beat Detroit, 59-13. The only larger margin of defeat for San Francisco was a 56-7 whipping bv the Rams in 1958. r I A 1922 . ' Baseball m N I 1919 Phillies, 8-7 PHILA GAME FIVE HOUSTON abrhbi 3 0 11 Putllcf 3 0 0 0 Cabell 3b 10 0 1 Morgan 2b 0 10 0 Lndesty 2b 0 0 0 0 JCmz If 1 0 0 0 Walling rf 0 0 0 0 LaCorte p 5 0 0 0 AHowe lb 3 0 10 Bergmn lb 0 0 0 0 PuMs c 0 0 0 0 Asnby c 0 0 0 0 ReynkK s 2 2 2 1 Ryanp 5 13 2 Sambito p 4 111 KForsch p 5 12 0 Woodsrf 3 12 2 Heepph 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 110 39 S 13 a Total Rose lb WcBrkJ rf Worlnd ph Aviles pr McGraw p GVkvh ph Ruthven p Schmdt 3b Luzinskl If LSmith pr Chrstran p Reed p Unserrf Trillo 2b GMddx rj Bowass Boonec Bystromp Bnjislarp Grosslt Total Ptwadephia Houston E Trilla Lwlrskl. DP' abrhb 6 3 4 0 5 0 10 4 0 0 0 10 11 3 12 2 5 2 11 0 0 0 0 4 0 2 1 1000 1000 3 0 11 5 12 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 10 0 0 43 7 Mi 030 (BO 059 I B W0 DDI 320 0- J Houston 2. LOB Philadelphia 5, Houston 10. 2B JCrm Reynolds. Unser. Maddox. 3B AHowe, Trillo. SB Puhl. S Cabell Boone. IP H R ER BB SO Philadelphia Bvstrom 5 1-3 7 2 1 2 1 Brusslar H 0 0 0 0 0 Christnsn 2-3 2 3 3 1 0 Reed 1-3 1 0 0 0 0 McGraw 1 4 2 2 0 2 RuthvenW.lO 2 0 0 0 0 0 Houston Ryan 7 16 6 2 1 Sambito 1-3 0 0 0 0 0 KForsch N 2 1 10 1 LaCorte L,l-I 2 3 1111 Ryan pitched to four baiters In the eighth Inning. WP-Christsnson. T-3:3B. A-44,802. Playoffs At A Glanot By The Associated Press Best of Rv American League Championship Series Game One New York 033 000 000-2 10 1 Kansas City 022 000 12x-7 10 0 Guidry, Davis (41, Underwood (8) and Cerone. Gura and Porter. W Gura, 1-0. L Guidry, 0-1. HRs New York, Cerone (1), Plniella (1). Kansas City, G Brett (1). Gam Two New York 000 020 000-2 I 0 Kansas City 003 000 OOx-3 6 0 May and Cerone; Leonard. Ojlsenberry (9) and Pater W-Leonard, 1-0. L-May, 01 . H R-New York, Nettles (1). Game Three khkm r imn mn mA n l New York 000 032 000 J i 0 m' Spllttorff, Qulsenberry (6) and Porter; John N Y JeIS &senrmy!l-0,L-GosiaoiOAHRs-Konsas S?51?-? uty.wniteui, G.Brett U). - New York (NU 4, New York (AL) 0 - New York (NL) 5 New York (AL) 3 - Cleveland I AL) 5, Brooklyn (NL) 2 - Cincinnati (NL) 5, CNcaoo ( AL) 3 - Boston (AL) 4, Chicago (NL) 2 . - Chicago (AL) 4 New York (NL) 2 - Boston ( AL) 4 Brooklyn (NL) 1 - Boston (AL) 4 Philadelphia ( NL) I - Boston (NL) 4 Philadelphia (AL) 0 - Philadelphia ( AL) 4 New York ( NL) 1912 - Boston ( AL) 4 New York (NL) 3, one tie 1911 - Philadelphia (AL) 4 New York (NL) 2 1910 - Philadelphia (AL) 4 Chicago (NL) 1 1909 - Pittsburgh (NL) 4, Detroit (AL) 3 1908 - Chicago (NL) 4 Detroit (AL) I 1907 - Chicago ( N L ) 4 Detroit ( AL ) 0, ore tie 1906 - Chicago (AL) 4 Chkago (NL) 2 1905 - New York (NL) 4 Philadelphia (AL) 1 1904 -No Series 1903 Boston (AL) 5 Pittsburgh (NL)3 ( American League has wn 45 Series) ( National League has won 3) Series) Past Work) Serin MVPi By The Associated Press 1979 - Willie Stargeli, Pittsburgh 1978 - Bucky Dent, New York Yankees 1977 Reggie Jackson, New York Yankees 1976 Johnny Bench, Cincinnati 1975 Pete Rose Cincinnati 1974 Route Fingers, Oakland 1973 Reggie Jackson, Oakland 1972 Gene Tenace, Oakland 1971 - Roberto Oemente, Pittsburgh 1970 Brooks Robinson, Baltimore 1969 - Donn Oendenon, New York Mets 1968 - Mickey Lolich, Detroit 1967 - Bob Gibson St. Louis 1966 Frank Robinson, Baltimore 1965 Sandy Koutax, Los Angeles 1964 - Bob Gibson, St. Louis 1963 Sandy Koufan Los Angeles 1962 Ralph Terry, New York Yankees 1961 - Whitey Ford New York Yankees I960 Bobby Richardson, New York Yankees 19W Larry Sherry, Los Angeles 1958 - Bob Turley, New York Yankees 1957 Lew Burdette, Milwaukee 1956 - Don Larsea New York Yankees 1955 Johnny Padres, Brooklyn RECEIVING San Francisco Clark H Cooper 2-13. Dallas, Saldi 3-77, O.Pearson 55. Raiders, 38-24 San Oego 7 3 7 7-24 Oakland 7 7 M 31 Oak King 31 run (Bahrkick) SD Cappelletti 5 run ( Benirschke kk) Oak-FG Bahr42 SD FG Benirschke 25 Oak Branch 13 pass from Plunkett (Bahr kick) Oak Van Eeghen 3 run (Bahr kick) SD Jefferson 25 pass from Fouts (Benirschke kick) , SD Fouts 1 run (Benirschke kick) Oak King 89 run ( Bahr kick) Oak-Christensen fumble recovery In end HmelBahr kick) Pit-FG Bahr 35 A-5i6 First downs Rushes-yards Passing yards Return yards Passes Punts Fumbles-tost Penalties-yards A-44826 First downs Rushes-yards Passing yards Return yards Passes Punts Fumbles-lost Penalties-yards INDIVIDUAL LEADERS RUSHING-Cincinnati, Atexander 12-72, Johnson 11-24 Anderson 2-13. Pittsburgh, Harris 1347, Thornton 841 PASSING-Cinclnnatl, Anderson 17-32-1-179, Thompson 140-15. Pittsburgh, Bradshaw 135-1-237. RECEIVING-Cincinnatl.BassSSaMclnal-ly 3-J6. Ross 3-25 Johnson 1-28 PittsOurgti Smith 5 Grossman 34& Sweeney 244. PASSING-Chicago, Phlpps I2-I9-W Evans 0-I-OO. Minnesota Kramer 13-32-1-155, Semer 0-1-00 On Pit RECEIVING Chicago, Wafts W7. Scott 17 15 2-31. Harper 2-8 Minnesota Rashad 44S Brown 32-120 28-123 4-25. S. Write 2-3 184 208 ni i" Colts, 17-12 643 6-36 M ! Baltimore 10 7 0 0-17 5 4-35 Buffalo 0 9 0 3-12 Bal Siani 38 pass from Jones (MikeMayer kick) Bal-FGMIkeMayer21 But Leaks I run (run failed) Bal-McCauley 1 run (MikeMayer kick) Buf-FG MikeMayer 49 Buf-FG MikeMayer 20 A-73,634 New Jersey Philadelphia Washington SO X 2840 345 27 ZWM 2-34 54 645 Oak 14 38-214 160 45 12-160 640 2-1 11-123 Jets, 14-7 First downs Rushes-yards Passing yards Return yards Paes Punts 7 7 Fumbles-lost Penalties-yards 7-M INDIVIDUAL LEADERS RUSHING San Diego, Muncie 709, Williams 9-27, Cappelletti 10-23. Oakland, King 12-138, van Eeeghen 1948 PASSI NG-San Diego, Fouts 2J39-2-388. Oakland Plunkett 11-140-164 Wilson 1-2O-I0. RECEIVING San Diego, Joiner 8135, Winskw 7-91, Jefferson 5-1 14. Oakland, Chandter 4-54 Casper Ml, van Eeghen 3-11 Branch, 141 Rams, 21-13 f" I V Football H i Buffalo New England Baltimore Cleveland Houston Cincinnati National Football Uegua At A Glance By The Associated Press American Conference East W L T Pet. PP S I 0 833 134 S ) 0 4 2 0 3 3 0 1 5 0 Central 4 2 0 3 3 0 3 3 0 2 4 It Los Angela 0 14 0 7-31 St. Louis 0 0 7 6-13 LA Miller 9 pass from Ferragamo (Corral kick) LA Ferragamo 4 run (Corral kick) SIL-Harrell 2 run ( Little kick) LA Guman 6 run (Corral kick) StL-Marsh 22 pass from Hart (kick failed) A-50,230 LA sn. 24 18 55-244 2442 91 152 28 20 12-230 17-381 304 606 53 00 643 S-S New York Jets 7 0 0 Atlanta 0 0 0 NYJ-Dierking I n- " -hykick) Atl-Cain I run (Mauettl kick) NYJ Long 1 run (Leahy kick) A-57,458 First downs Rushes-yards Passing yards Return yards Passes Punts Fumblefrtost Penalties-yards INDIVIDUAL LEADERS RUSHING New York, Long 25-101 Dlerk- ing 12-38 Atlanta Cain 1566, Andrews 7-31. Montreal PASSING-NewYork,Todd8-lOI04.Atlan- Ottawa ta Bartkowski 20-31-2-168. JamesO-l-lO. Hamilton RECEIVING New York, J.Jones 2-Z3. At- Toronto lenta Andrews 7-56, Francis 557, Miller 4-16. Bal 22 42-149 206 4 10-21-1 240 3-1 604 But 24 39-162 201 6 17-36-1 6-33 00 1066 NYJ All 19 18 46-190 2347 89 143 40 17 8190 20-3W 643 5-39 10 4-1 535 405 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS RUSHING-Baltimore, Washington 22-74 Franklin 13-57, Jones 9, McCauley 3 Buffalo, Cribbs 1874 Brown 12-56, Leaks 7-17. PASSING-Baltlmore, Jones, 10-21-1-206, Buffalo Ferguson, 17-36-1-210. RECEIVING-Battimora Slanl 491, Carr 1 0 I Central Division 2 0 I 0 I t 0 I 0 2 0 2 Western Conferenct Midwest Division I 0 1000 2 I 1 I I I 0 2 0 2 Pacific Division 2 0 2 0 1 I I ) I I 0 2 Sunday's Games Utah 125 Denver 121 Los Angeles 1 14 Houston 103 Portland 107, Seattle 9S Phoenix 109, Kansas City 100 Monday's Game Detroit at New Jersey Tuesday's Games Philadelphia at New York Boston at Atlanta Detroit at Cleveland Seattle at Dallas Kansas City at San Antonio Indiana Atlanta Milwaukee Chicago Cleveland Detroit Dallas Utah Kansas City San Antonio Denver Houston Los Angeles Phoenix Golden State Portland San Diego Seattle torjo 1000 so 000 rat 000 .677 .500 SO 000 .000 1000 1 00 500 500 SO OOO i, Doubles y, Paula Smith. La Jolla Calif, and Pam Vj Shriver, Luthervilte Md, del. Ann Kiyomura San Mateo, Calif, and Candy Reynolds, Knox- ville. Tenn. 60 64. f mi Boxing By The Associated Press 'i TOKYO (AP) - Yo Gushikea 107V y Japan, outpointed Pedro Flores, lOT3- Mexico, Vi IS to retain his World Boxing Association junior Y7 flyweight title. ( i V cl? Transactions Weekend Sports Transactions By The Assonatsd Press BASKETBALL National Basketball Association PORTLAND TRAIL BLAZE RS Signed Kelvin Ransey, guard f" Briek Chiefs, 21-20 3 7 3 0 0 M .833 170 .667 132 SB 82 .167 97 National league Ovsmrionship Stria Game une . . Houston 001 000 030-1 1 0" Die9 Philadelphia 000 002 10x-3 8 1 Oakland 3 . 3 K Forsch and PuWs; Carlton, McGraw (8) Seame 1 3 and Rnw w Tarltnn W I K Firsrh 0,1 Denver 2 3 HR-PhilaoMDhia. Luzinski (I). Kansas City 2 4 Game Two Houston 001 000 110 4-7 I 1 667 154 500 121 500 94 333 94 tO 166 .500 137 530 104 400 93 333 102 Philadelphia 000 2D0 010 Innings) 1-4 14 2 Ryan, Sambito (7), Smith (7), LaCorte (9), Dallas Philadelphia St. Louis ArvlolvMniwviAchhu Oi rthuon UWlrauWfll WaShingTOn Reed (9), Saucier (10) and Boone. W-LoCorte N v- GianR 10. L-Reed, 0-1. Game Three DHmt Philadelphia 000 OOO 000 00-O J I Minnesota Houston 000 000 000 01-1 6 1 Green "l (11 (rings) Tampa Bay Chrlstenson, Notes (7), McGraw 18) and Chicago Boone, Moreland (II), Nlekro, Smith (11) and Ashby. W-Smlth, 10 L McGraw, OA " Angeles Game Four Atlanta Philadelphia 000 000 (DO 25 13 0 Francisco Houston 000 110 001 03 5 l"ewurieans ( innings) Carlton, Noles (61, Saucier (7), Reed (7), Brusstar (8) and Boone; Ruble D Smith (8), Sambilo(8)andPuols,Bochy(8).W-Brusstar, WL-Samb.10,0-1. Gam Fhv Philadelphia OED 000 S 1-t 13 2 Houston 100 001 320 0-7 14 0 in innings) Bystrom, Brusstar (6), Chrisfenson (7), Reed (7), McGraw (8), Ruthven (9) and Boone, Ryan, Sambito (8), Forsch (8), LaCorte (9) and Pujols, Ashby (7). W- Ruthven, 10. L-LaCorte, l-l. National Curffj ut East S I 0 823 176 S I 0 833 173 2 4 0 323 140 1 4 0 2)0 61 1 5 0 ,167 91 Central S 1 0 .833 169 3 3 0 .500 102 2 3 I .417 75 2 3 1 417 85 2 4 0 333 75 West 4 2 0 667 177 3 3 0 -500 147 3 3 0 500 144 0 6 0 .003 88 Sunday's Games Baltimore 17, Butlalo 12 Cincinnati 17, Pittsburgh 16 Green Bay 14 Tampa Bay 14 OT, tie Philadelphia 31, New York Giants 16 New England 34 Miami 0 Dallas 59, San Francisco 14 Minnesota 13 Chicago 7 Los Angeles 21, St Louis 13 Cleveland 27, Seattle 3 Kansas City 71, Houston 20 Detroit 24 New Orleans 13 New York Jets 14 Atlanta 7 First downs Rushes-yards Passing yards Return yards Passes Punts Fumbles-lost Penalties-yards INDIVIDUAL LEADERS RUSHING-LOS Angeles, Bryant 20-1H E Hill 16-71 Guman 1241. St. Louis, Anderson 1542 Morris 6-18 PASSING Los Angeles, Ferragamo 12-23099 St. Louis Hart I6O4-I-I90 Loyd 1405. RECEIVING Los Angeles, Oenrord 321, Hicks 220. St. Louis, Tiilev 40s Orgy 30) Anderson 243, Marsh 201, Bell 2-26, Houston Kansas City Hou-FG Frltsch 41 Hou-Campbell 3 run ( Frltsch kick ) KC-Marshall 31 pass from Fuller (Lowery kfck) KC-Spanl 47 pass Irrtecepftan (Lowery kick) Hou-FG Frltsch 46 Edmonton Winnipeg Br Columbia Canary Saskatchewan Canadian Football League At A Glance By The Associated Press East W L 8 6 6 8 5 6 5 8 West 10 2 9 4 6 S 6 4 2 12 PP PA 317 319 J Golf Sports IX Assooana Brier Press By The TENNIS BARCELONA, Spam (AP) - Second-seeded Ivan Lendl of Czechoslovakia won the $175,000 Barcelona Count of Good Tennis Tour- Sundays Games Montreal 34 Ottawa 17 Winnipeg 39, Saskatchewan 16 Monday's Games Calgary at Hamilton British Columbia at Edmonton 403 Lyn Lott, 47,875 Tom Kite, $7,1)75 Mike Gove, $7,875 Miller Barber, $6,000 Don Pooley, $6,000 Chip Beck, 44,150 Gibby Gilbert, $4,150 Jon Chattoe, $4150 SAN MATEO (API-The weekend's Call- Tim Simpson, $4,150 Hou-8arbsr 26 pass from Stable (Frltsch fomia lunkr college football scores as cjompi ted Mark MrCumber, $4,150 kick) KC-Fuiier 39 run (Lowery kk) A-75,0 lions, 24-13 First downs Rushes-yards Passing yards Return yards Passes Punts Fumbles-lost Penalties-yards Hou 21 45199 131 8S 11-17-2 10 H 214 KC 14 30-147 134 173 11-18-1 341 00 1-5 by the JC Athletic Bureau Goioen Valley toiSranoi Sierra 31 Butte 26 Siskiyous23 Redwoods 0 Yuba 7, Shasta 6 Carrtno Santa Rosa S, Delta 17 Sacramento 21, Solano 12 Contra Costa 33 Marin 13 0 3 0 1 ? 3-13 7 H-24 New Orleans Detroit NO FG Rkardo46 Det-FG Murray 31 Det-Scott 48 run (Murray kick) NO Chandler 4 pas from Manning (Rlcardokick) Det Sims 9 run (Murray Wok ) NO-FGRIcerdo22 Det Sims I run (Murray kick) A-78,147 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS RUSHING-Houston, Campbell 38-178, Wilson 3-15. Kansas City, McKnight 1241 Fuller 845 PASSING-Houston Stabler 11-17-2131. Kansas City, Fuller ll-IB-l-tJa RECEIVING-Houston, Barber 442 Coleman 446 Kansas City, Roed54, Marshall 2-51. American River 54 Napa 27 Golden Cats Cal Pee SZi Conferenct George Cndle. $1,760 Foothill II De Anza 3 Bobby Mitchell. $1 7(0 Laney 21, West Valley 9 Mike Donald, $1,760 San Jose 25 San Mateo 9 Stan Altijett, II. 360 Diablo Valley 19, CC San Francisco 15 Jim Thorpe $1, W Western State Conference Grier Jones, II W) Ventura 21, Glendale 21 Mike Rnid. II,.M Hancock 24 Anteioiie Valley 3 Gary Kan, SI ,W) ComptDnv, Canyons6 Bill Kratzol, $1 J40 Mcorpark 21, Wpst t.os Angeles 14 Mission Howard Twitty, SI JCO trfi 340 PENSACOLAFIa.lAPt-Flnalscoresard ramert.dttirqtopseededGuillermoVilasof 282 money-winnings Sunday In the $200,01) Pens Argentina 64 57, 64, 44 6-1 290 colaOrwGollTourrmentonthe7,l33yard,par BRISBANE, Australia (AP) Topseeded 72 Perdxti Bay Golf Clubcourse. John McEnroe won the $50,000 South Pacific t9S Dan Halldorsori $32000 6847-)-775 Tennis Classfc beating defending titleholder and 283 Mike Sullivan, $17,600 69-7246-70-277 No2 seed, Phil Dent of Australia 64 64. 256 Gary Hallherg, $17,603 6847-70-71-777 TEL AVIV, Israel (AP) - Top-sreded 262 Dave Eicrdborgr, $7,873 744649-W-279 Harold Solomon won the $50000 Israel Tennis 6949-71-70 27B Classic using a narrHiming oaseiine airacn 10 65-7049-74-278 de)oatsecorheledShlonioGlcksteinolisrael 70474S-73-278 6-2 41 69-71-71-68-279 PHOENIX, Aril (AP) - Flfttvseeckxl Re- 71-71-484979 olna Marsikova of Czechoslovakia upset serond- 66-72-72-)O-280 seeded Wnndy Turnbull ol Australia 74, 74 in 69-71-70-70-280 74-704749-280 67-7O7449-280 66-71 70-73 280 724849-71-280 7245-72-71-280 (87143-78-280 74704949-281 714848-74281 71-7247-71-281 71-77-71W-2B2 71-7049-72-282 69-7349-71-282 two tiebreakers cop the $100000 Phoenix Classic women's professional tennis tournament Mark Hayes $4,150 Lanny Wadkins $4,150 Bob Mam U150 Frank Conner, $2830 Tom Jenncfte, $293) Scott Simpson, $ZBX Bunky Henry, $2240 Morris Hata'sky, $2240 Rec Leagues J Flag Football Patriots, 34-0 First downs Rushes-yards Passing yards Return yards Passes Punts Fumbles-lost Penalties-yards NO Det Miami 0 0 0 0 0 21 18 New England 10 7 0 17-34 2140 34-226 NE-FG Smith 30 273 154 NE-Calhoun 1 run (Smith kick) 0 0 NE Jackson 33 pass from Grogan (Smith 25360 13190 kick) 4v37 3-37 NE Francis 12 pass from Cavanaugh 3-2 3-2 (Smith kick) 641 7-50 NE -FG Smith 36 NE-Clark l4run(Smlthkick) A-61,297 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS RUSHING New Orleans Strachan 826, Holmes 8-18 Galbreath 4-17 Detroit, Sims 2MI, Scott 14a Danlelson 546, Bussey 541 First downs PASSING New Orleans, Manning Rusrrs-yards 25-360-314 Detroit, Danielson 13-190186 Passing yards RECEIVING-NewOrleansOwndkjrfrlOS, Return yards Galbreath 551, Williams 546 Holmes 4JI, Passes Strachan 341 Harris 2-37 Detroit, Scott MA. Sims Punts t-ummps-last Penalties-yards World Series At A Glance By The Associated Press Best of Seven Tuesday's Gam Game One Kansas City at Philadelphia, 5:30 p.n Wednesday's Game Game Two Kansas City at Phiksdelphia. 5:20 p.m. Friday's Game Game Three Philadelphia at KansasCity, 5 30p.m. Saturday's Game Game Four PhiladelphB at Kansas City, K) 45 am Sunday's Game Game Five Philadelphia at Kansas City, 12:30 p.m. If necessary s," Cowboys, 59-14 Kansas Liry at pnuaoeipnia, i ll p.m, it Oakland 3a San Diego 24 Monday's Game Washington at Denver Sunday, Oct. 19 Buffalo at Miami Dallas at Philadelphia Green Bay at Cleveland Minnesota at Cincinnati St Louis at Washington Seattle at New York Jets Atlanta at New Or leans Detroit at Chicago Kansas City at Denver New England at Baltimore Los Angeles at San Francisco 1 p.m. New York Giants at San Diego Tampa Bay at Houston Monday, Oct. 20 Oakland at Pitlsburglv 6 p rrt 442 Hill 221, Bussey 218 Thompson 1-19. Browns, 27-3 Cleveland 7 6 7 7- Saattle 0 3 0 Cle-M. Pruitt 2 run (Cockroft kick) Sea-FG Herrera 29 Cle-Wright 39 pass trom Sip? (kick tailed) tie-White 3 run (Cockroft kick) Cle-M. Pruitt 22 run (Cockroft kick) Mia NE 8 21 201 44-180 27 180 35 176 14154 15240 1044 44 40 l-l 3J9 5-J5 I Conference Southwestern 17 CitniS J SaoMirtw-k 22 San Diego 14 Riverside 11 Palomar 9 NonConferenot Meripd 77, Ohlone6 Cabrillo 17. MernttO Monterey Peninsula 77. Los Medrtnos 14 Kings Riverfl, Gavilan 7 WpstHilH26Menlo6 Mciiestn 17 Harmell 3 BakcTstield 27. 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M Pruitt, 24-116. White 10-37 Seethe, Moore 607, 2ornl34 PASSING-Cleveland, Sipe 1220211. Seattle Zom 23-290222. RECEIVING-Cleveland, M.Prmtt 111 Newsome 240 Logan KB Seattle, Moore Irii McCullum 541, Doornink 439. INDIVIDUAL LEADERS RUSHING Miami, Hcwll 724 Williams 7-16 Nathan 115 New England, Fenjuson 1482 0 j Clark 7 .17 Calhoun I2JI, Foreman 824 PASSING-Miaml, Struck 17-216 Woodlcy ll248 New England, Grugan 1I-I8MI71 cavanaugh wkmo. RfcCEIVING-Mlaml, Giaiiuinto 9, Williams 114 Nathan 215 Robiskie 25 New England, Jackson 492 Morgan HO. Froncls5l. Eagles, 31-16 Philadelphia 0 3 H M 31 N. Y. Giants 7 9 0 0161 NYG Simms I run (Danekikirk) NYG Perkins 15 (Mss trom Simms (kick I lailedl Ptii-FG Franklin 41 NVG-FGOanel0 42 Phi - Giamrmna 1 nm IFranklin kick) Phi -Harrington 19 run iFranKlinkick) Phi Giammona 3 run (Franklin kick) Phi - Kreptle6passtrom Jaworski t Franklin kick) A-71.051 r 1 l r Basketball fT 1 ) , Tennis v I Youth Leagues National RaskethaN Assooation At A Glance By The Associated Poms Eastern Conference Atlantic Drvisjun W Boston tw York Pet. KID 1000 PHOINIX.Anz (API - Final round orr in the slUOiin Ptvx Classk womens professional tennis tMrrwsment Sng Roijirv) AAafsiknva, CzechrRtovakla, def Wendy rurnbull, Australia, 74 74 POP WARNER FOOTBALL Monterey Bay Ljwyuo Northem Division Mxkjet Hollistrr ZB Sin'.i Lfu; 17 Si litis V.nk-y i7 Paiarn Valley 0 MmnnHill S. Vt( unity 0 PeeWM Hnihsler 11 Santa.ruz6 Warvmvilk' U Suits Valley 0 MuK'.nnty 77 Wl;inHiil 12 1979-1978-1977-1976-1975 1974-1973-1972-1971 -1970-199 -1968-1967-1966-1945-1964-I9U-1962- 1961 -I960 -1959-19S8 1957-1956-1955-1954 1953 -1950- 1949- 1948- l47 1946 IV45 1914 1943 15142 1941 IH) IVD I9fl 1937 1916 19 1934 I9H 1932 1911 I9B 19fl 1928 1927 1926 1975 1974 I9Z3 San Francisco 0 7 0 7-14 Dallas 14 24 14 7-59 g . A . . M-D.Frsonl6rHSSlromWhite(SeptWt DUCS, I I kick) Oal Springs I run I Septan kick) Dal FGSeptien26 Dal D Pearson 22 pass from White (Septlen kick) SF -Clark S2 pass trom DeBerg (Wersching kick) Dal Dorsett 2 run ( Septien kick ) Dal D BBarson 17pass from WhifelSeptien kick) Dal DuPree 12 pass trom White (Septien kick) Dal Springs 20 run (Septien kick) Dal Newhouse3run (Septien kick) SF-Clarkl9pass trom Deberg ( wersching kick) Green Bay 110 0 0-14 Tampa Bay 0 7 0 7 0-14 GB-MiddleTon 3 run I Blrney kick I TB-Wood 55 interception ( Yepremlan) GB Cotfman 6 pass from Doiey (Blrney kkk) TB Williams 5 run ( Yeoremian kick ) A-64H4 - New York (AL) 4 Cincinnati (NL) I - Pittsburgh (NL) 4 New York (AL) 3 - Los Angeles NL) 4 Chicago (AD 2 - New York (ADA Milwaukee (ND3 - MilwaiAee l NL) 4 New York (AL) 3 - New York (ADA Brooklyn (NL) 3 - Brooklyn IND 4 New York (AD 3 - New York (NL) 4 Ck?vcland IAD 0 - New ork (AD 4 Brooklyn IND 2 -New York IAD 4 Brooklyn (NL) 3 - New York (AL) 4 New York (NL) 2 - New York (AL) 4 Philadelphia (NL) - New York (AL) 4 Brooklyn (NL) I - Cleveland (ADA Boston (ND2 - New York IAD 4 Brooklyn (ND 3 - St Louis (NL) 4 Boston I AD 3 - Detroit ( AD 4 Chicago l NL) 3 - St Louis (ND 4 St Louis (AL) 2 -New York IAD 4 St Louis (ND I - St Lmis ( ND 4 New York ( AL) 1 - New York I AL) 4 Brooklyn (ND I - Cincinnati (ND 4 Detroit(AL)3 - New York I AL) 4 Cincinnati (NL) 0 - New York ( AL) 4 Chicago (NL) 0 - New York (AD 4 New York (ND I - New York (AD 4 New York IND I - Detroit i AL ) 4 Chicago ( NL) 2 - St Louis (ND 4 Detroit (AD 3 - New York (ND4 Washington (AD I - New York (AD 4 Chicago IND 0 - St Louis I ND 4 Philadelphia (AD 3 - Philadelphia ( AL) 4 St Louis (ND 2 - Phil,Klelprna (AL) 4 Chicago (NL) I -New York (AD 4 St Louis INI )0 - New York ( ALI 4 Pittsburgh (NL) 0 - SI Louis l NL 1 4 New York I AL) 3 -PitisnrghlNLH Washington I AL) 3 - WasniKfton ( AL 1 4 New York I NL 1 3 - New York (AL) 4 New York (ND 2 A-63399 SF Dal First downs 14 28 RuslBS-yards I17B 59-2)4 Passing yards 147 226 Return yards 22 14) Passes I2-3M 16-230 Punts M 4-34 Fumbles-lost 44 00 Penalties-yards 872 995 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS RUSHING San Francisco Cooper 749, Elliott 2-12 Dallas Springs 1881, Dorsett 19-75. PASSING-San Francisco. Deberg 12-35-5173. Dallas, White 1622239, Carano, OIOO RECEIVING San Francisco Clark 814a Cooper 2-13. Dallas Saldi 177, D Pearson 155. INDIVIDUAL LEADERS RUSHING San Francisco, Cooper 749, Elliott 2-12 Dallas, Springs 1881. Dorset! 19-75. PASSING San Francisco. Deberg 17-355-173. Dallas While 16-220-239. Carano, O-IOO. Packers Buo First downs 32 15 Rushes-yards 47-154 35-180 Passing yards 415 82 Return yards 47 127 Passes 35-51-2 6-250 Punts 8J7 11 Fumbles-lost 10 10 Penalties-yards 870 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS RUSHING -Green Bay. Ivery 1874 Adkins 1644 Ml0leton 6-21, Tampa Bay, Bell 2185, Willams 548 Eckvrod 842. PASSING - Green Bay, Dickey 3541-2418 Tampa Bay. Williamsfr24O101 Eckwood 0-1-00 RECEIVING - Green Bay, Ivery Il ia Coftman 9109, A Thompson 7-102 Tampa Bay, Giles 245, Bell 217, Eckwood 1-12 Bengals, 17-16 Cincinnati D I I 0-17 Pittsburgh 0 0 16 0-16 Cin-Alexander 1 run (Sunter kick) Cin-FG Sunter 24 Cin Johnson 28 pass from Anderson ( Sunter kick) Pit Davis 1 run (kick blocked) Pit Smith 13 pass from Bradshaw (Bahr kick) First downs 21 I I Rushes-yards 39-124 3H Passing yards 705 TV Return yards 51 0 Passes 18280 14-.C-? Pools 4-.fi 7Jv FumMeMosf 42 II Penalties-yards 445 7-79 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS RUSHING-Philacteiphia, Giammona 1642 Camptiek) 11-28 Harrington 4-24 New YorK. Taylor 129 5imms57l Matttiews82l. At PASSING-Philadelphia, Jaworski S3 18780-212 Pisardk OOOfl. New York, Simms I4-2M41 RECEIVING-PhlladelohlaCamplleidMI, Giammona 452 Carmichael W0 New York. 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