The Miami Herald from Miami, Florida on September 25, 1972 · 159
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The Miami Herald from Miami, Florida · 159

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Vern Den XZQ BUFFALO NY — (UPI) — John Braxton scored two fourth-quarter touchdowns one after a pass interception in San Francisco territory Sunday' to give the Buffalo Bills a 27-20 upset victory over the San Francisco 49ers The winning touchdown came at 13:57 after John Pitts intercepted a Steve 4 Daffy Duffy Cleveland’s Frank Duffy can’t avoid the tag of Yankees catcher Thurman Munson and fails to score in the sec- Team Canada Beats Soviets 3-2 MOSCOW — (AP) — Team Canada scored three goals in less than 14 minutes of the second period for a 3-2 victory Sunday over the Soviet Union in the sixth game of their eight-game hockey series After a socreless first period the Russians took the lead when Yuri Lyapkin scored with just 1:12 of the second period gone Dennis Hull of the Chicago A Herder (83) Ilarrasses Scrambling 9 Spurrier pass at the San Francisco 27 and brought it back to the 17 Braxton took it over from inside the one a few plays later THE BILLS had tied the game at 20-20 at 10:52 on a 58-yard drive highlighted by a 25-yard pass from Dennis Shaw to OJ Simpson which x ond inning on an infield hit by Buddy Bell In the 11th inning Duffy committed three errors to help New York to a 5-4 triumph in the first game of a Sunday doubleheader See Page 3C Black Hawks tied the score at 5:13 Then Yvan Courno-ver of the Montreal Cana-diens put Canada ahead at 6:31 and just five seconds later Paul Henderson of the Toronto Maple Leafs clinched it Yakushev scored for the Russians at 17:11 of the period Goalie Ken Dryden of Montreal turned in a fine game making some key saves in the final period from gave the Bills the ball at the 15 Braxton took it in from the two a few plays later Spurrier had given the 49ers a 20-13 lead with' a 20-yard touchdown pass to Ted Kwalick and set up a three-yard touchdown run in the second half Spurrier hit Kwalick with mrnMmm £l a'- && f 4 ' ' ' 5 ' ‘y ' rvuivlj - — United Press International Telephoto Team Canada comprised of National Hockey League players The Russians now lead the series three victories to two with one tie The Soviet Union won two and tied one of four games played in Canada earlier in the month and also won the opener of the four-game set here with a comeback 5-4 victory Friday The next game will be played Tuesday - 1 Pastorini in Second Quarter just a little more than a minute left in the first half to put the 49ers ahead 13-6 but Buffalo tied it up at 13-13 in the third quarter when Shaw hit Jan White for a 17-yard touchdown pass SPURRIER who replaced the injured John Brodie in the second period drove the 49ers to the Buffalo 22 on 29 American League EAST DIVISION W L Pet GB 89 66 548 89 68 541 1 77 69 527 3 77 79 524 32 67 82 450 1414 61 86 415 194 WEST DIVISION W L Pet GB 86 59 593 82 63 566 4 75 70 517 11 71 73 493 144 69 78 469 18 52 93 359 34 SUNDAY’S RESULTS California 2 Minnesota 1 New York 5 Cleveland 4 11 innings Boston 7 Detroit 2 Texas at Chicago incomplete Kansas City at Oakland two games incomplete Baltimore at Milwaukee incomplete SATURDAY'S RESULTS Minnesota 2 California 1 Milwaukee 2 Baltimore I Detroit 7 Boston I New York 5 Cleveland 2 6Va innings ram1 Oakland 2 Kansas City 1 Chicago 4 Texas 3 TODAY'S GAMES California (Ryan 17-15) at Texas (Bosman 7-9) 8:30 pm Minnesota (Corbin 8-7) at Oakland (Holtz- man 18-10) 11 pm National League EAST DIVISION W L Pet GB WEST DIVISION W L Pet GB xCincinnati 90 56 616 Houston 81 64 559 84 Los Angeles 79 67 541 11 Atlanta 68 78 466 22 San Francisco 63 84 429 27 y2 San Diego 55 89 382 34 X — Clinchd division SUNDAY’S RESULTS New York 2 Philadelphia 1 Montreal 2 Pittsburgh 1 Chicago at St Louis incomplete San Diego at Atlanta incomplete San Francisco at Los Angeles incomplete Cincinnati at Houston incomplete SATURDAY'S RESULTS Montreal 3 Pittsburgh 0 Chicago 2-15 St Louis 0-1 New York 5 Philadeloria I Los Angeles 7 San Francisco 4 5an Diego 4 Atlanta 1 Houston 7 Cincinnati 1 TODAY'S GAME San Diego (Corking 4-9) at Log Angeles (Osteen 18-9) 11 pm —Herald Staff Photo by MIKE O'BRYON and 17 yard pass completions to Kwalick Larry Schrieber took it in for the score from the two a couple of plays later Spurrier’s pass to Kwalick gave the 49ers a 10-6 lead The touchdown was set up after Bruce Taylor returned a Buffalo punt to the Bills’ 31 The Bills’ revamped defense kept them in the game all the way although they failed to get touchdowns in the first half after getting inside the 49ers’ 10-vard line twice settling for a field goal once Simpson brought the ball to the 49er six but had to settle for a 32-yard field goal by John Leypolt at :03 of the second quarter tying the score at 3-3 The Bills took a 6-3 lead when Leypolt kicked a 21-yard field goal at 4:54 of the second quarter After John Brodie went out with a sprained wrist in the second period the Bills’ Dave Washington recovered a 49er fumble at the 43 and simpson brought the ball back to the four but Buffalo was forced back to the 32 and a field goal attempt was no good Bulgarian Breaks Women’s IIJ Mark ZAGREB Yugoslavia — (AP) Bulgaria's Jordanka Blagoeva set a world women’s high jump record clearing six feet 44 inches Sunday The previous record of 6-34 was shared by Austria’s Ilona Gusenbauer and West Germany’s Ulrike Mey-farth '' & ' & "' & V- Y t& ? 4 r ’ ' 5411 'Jr? Morris Stretches to Elude Oilers After Taking Screen Pass Mercury gained 1 7 yards for first down on Boh Griese aerial c By BILL BRAUCHER Herald Sports Writer On a footloose and fumbling Sunday afternoon on Poly-Turf II the Dolphins dominated the inept Houston Oilers in a 34-13 romp before 77821 Orange Bowl customers sitting through intermittent rainfall The victory was Miami’s second straight without a loss in its drive toward another Super Bowl bid The bumbling Oilers dropped their second straight and were never really in it from the second quarter on Wet and slippery Poly-Turf proved treacherous to both sides from the start but the Oilers had an enemy more formidable than Poly-Turf namely themselves Two fumbles in the first five minutes led to two Miami touchdowns as the Dolphins built a 20-0 halftime lead JIM KnCK Mercury Morris and Larry Csonka scored the touchdowns from one yard two yards and four yards out respectively Kiick scored in the game’s second minute following Bill Stanfill’s recovery of a Hoyle Granger fumble at the Houston 14 and Kiick’s 13-yard smash to the one setting up his touchdown in his first start of the season Dan Pastorini a luckless quarterback in the first half muffed a high center in punt formation a few minutes later at his 30 The Dolphins scored in four plays three of them carries by Morris of 14 six and finally two yards for the score THE DOLPHINS settled for a 13-0 lead when Garo Yepremian had his second conversion try blocked his first miss as a Dolphin after 75 straight regular-season extra points Csonka’s touchdown came in the second quarter capping a smart 53-yard advance in four plays The highlight was a pinpoint pass over the middle from Bob Griese to Paul Warfield right between safetys John Charles and Ken Houston The play covered 30 yards to the Houston 10 Kiick made six on a cutback to his right before Csonka waded in behind the usual swath cut by guard Larry Little tackle Norm Evans center Jim Langer X ' 51 irs isVfvjr' EVEN CSONKA fumbled in the slippery going although rain fell frequently but not hard Larry’s muff at the Houston 20 in the second quarter was recovered by end Elvin Bethea and stymied another Dolphin thrust at the listless Oilers Pastorini’s first-half passing total was an unbelievable minus 10 yards on three completions of 10 attempts Griese was five for eight including a one-yard-line interception by Charles of a down-the-middle toss intended for Fleming near the end 5 Field Goals uhlmcinri ace CINCINNATI — (UPI) — German-born Horst Muhl-mann kicked his fourth and fifth field goals in the last quarter Sunday to lift the Cincinnati Bengals to a 15-10 victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers Muhlmann’s field goals rescued the Bengals who failed to score on three attempts from the Pittsburgh one-yard line just before the end of the half The Steelers who moved into a 10-3 halftime lead threw up a goal-line stand to stop two cracks by Essex Johnsonn and one by Jess Phillips from the one THE BENGALS recovered a fumble by rookie end Sherman White on the Cincinnati 35-yard line to set up the drive that culminated in Muhlmann’s winning field goal at 4:22 of the fourth quarter Muhlmann added an insurance three-pointer with 1:12 left to tie a team record Muhlmann’s five field goals came from the 42 32 20 32 and 34 yard lines After Muhlmann’s 42-yard boot opened the scoring in the first quarter Pittsburgh stormed back to take the lead on a 12-yard run by Terry Bradshaw climaxing a 45-yard march that began with a fumble recovery by linebacker Andy Russell Another recovered bobble by Steeler cornerback Mel Blount set up a 17-yard field goal by Roy Gerela in the second quarter to give the Steelers a 10-3 lead Cincinnati’s stalwart de mm -- mm f- ' I -i'-t O' —Herald Staff Photo by MIKE O'BRYON of the first quarter The only remarkable facet of the first half considering Houston’s ineptitude was that lead wasn’t larger It was 27-0 before six minutes of the third quarter had elapsed A 76-yard drive in nine plays was finished by a Griese keeper and sweep to his left for three yards behind a Csonka block that decked Houston and linebacker Floyd Rice THE OILERS came back on a third-down scramble by Pastorini after the quarterback escaped Manny Fernan- Turn to Page 3C Coi 1 fense led by Bill Bergey Mike Reid and White held the Steelers scoreless the rest of the way Pittsburgh had two chances to increase its margin on field goals by Gerela but Reid blocked one and Steve Chomyszak blocked another Ameiican Conference EASTERN DIVISION W L T Pts OP 2 Miami NY Jets Buffalo New England Baltimore 0 0 0 0 0 54 41 51 28 3 23 24 61 51 10 CENTRAL DIVISION WESTERN DIVISION Denver 1 0 0 30 17 Kansas City 0 1 0 10 20 Oakland 0 1 0 28 34 San Diego 0 10 0 3 34 National Conference EASTERN DIVISION W L T PF PA Dallas 2 0 0 51 20 Washington 2 0 0 48 31 St Louis 1 1 0 34 13 NY Giants 0 2 0 30 53 Philadelphia 0 2 0 23 55 CENTRAL DIVISION VV L T PF PA Detroit 1 0 0 30 15 Green Bay 1 0 0 22 10 Minnesota 0 10 0 21 24 Chicago 0 10 21 37 WESTERN DIVISION W L T PF PA Los Angeles 1 0 0 34 14 Atlanta 1 1 0 57 42 San Francisco 1 1 0 54 30 New Orleans 0 1 0 14 34 SUNDAY’S RESULTS Miami 34 Houston 13 New England 21 Atlanta 20 Cleveland 27 Philadelphia 17 Dallas 23 New York Giants 14 Cincinnati 15 Pittsburgh 10 Washington 24 St Louis 10 Buffalo 27 San Francisco 20 Oakland at Green Bay incomplete New York Jets at Baltimore incomplete Los Angeles at Chicago incomplete Minnesota at Detroit incomplete Denver at San Diego iacom plete TODAY’S GAME Kansas City at New Orleans NEXT SUNDAY’S GAMES Dallas at Green Bay Detroit at Chicago Los Angeles at Atlanta San Francisco at New Orleans Washington at New England Baltimore at Buffalo Cincinnati at Cleveland Kansas City at Denver Miami at Minnesota New York Jets at Houston Pittsburgh at St Louis San Diego at Oakland NEXT MONDAY’S GAME New York Giants at Philadel-Phi 4

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