The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah on October 4, 1971 · Page 14
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Redskins Lone Unbeaten NFL Team, Edge Dallas United' Press International" Washington fans may not recognize that strange group that comes home finally next Sunday to play Houston but they -will .know one thing — master builder George Allen has put together the National Football conference's only unbeaten team. : -Allen made over 20 trades • after 'taking over the Redskins last winter and ; has put together a veteran unit that does not include one rookie. The 'Skins, •on the road for their first three games, moved into sole possession of first place in the National Conference East Sun. 'day by stunning the Dallas Cowboys 20-16 in a battle of unbeatens. Charlie Harraway ran 57 yards for a touchdown on the third play of the game and Bill Kilmer, subbing for the injured Sonny Jurgensen, threw a 50- jard TD.pass to Roy Jefferson irr a 14-0 halftone lead and Curt Knight added field goals of 25 and 32 yards in the last two .quarters to hold off the Cowboys. , • - • * Harraway ground out 111 yards-and Larry. Brown rushed for 81 more as the Redskins • tore holes in the Dallas line and gained/over 200 yards rushing. "We gave them two easy, touchdowns for'lack of quick movements," said Cowboys Coach .Tom Landry. We weren't : moving quick enough into the holes. It is a simple case of knocking them out or getting .knocked out and we got knocked but. I .just didn't see anyplace .that Washington didn't move the ball well." Allen, who has yet to lose to Landry's Cowboys in regular or post-season play,: was overjoyed "at seeing the : Redskins win their first three games for the, first time since 1943. "Our guys were in like New Year's Eve, he said. "We had to make up for the (Washington) Senators' coming to Texas. We had.--to. make the folks back home, proud of us." •' In other National Conference play, Detroit outlasted Atlanta 41-38, San Francisco -ripped Philadelphia 31-3, the New York Giants edged St. Louis 21-20 and Los, Angeles downed Chicago 17-3. The New . York. Jets rallied past Miami 14-10, Baltimore blitzed New England 23-3, Pittsburgh beat Sari Diego 21-17 and Kansas City whipped Denver 16-3 in American Conference .-play while in.'.. interconferenee play, New Orleans tied Houston 13-13, Green- Bay stopped Cincinnati" 20-17 • . : and Minnesota walloped Buffalo 19-0. ,.-••• . .Cleveland takes on Oakland tonight. . Errdl Mann's 13-yard field goal with 4:35 left in the game .proved decisive as the -Lions - topped Atlanta. A 52-yard fumble return for a score by Mike Weger, Ron Jessie's 97 yard kickoff .return and a 56- yard TD pass from Greg Landry to Larry Walton on the last" play of the half helped Detroit take'.. a 28-24 : halftime 'lead. - .-, -•;••- „„ ...Landry.. thre^' another TD pass to" Charlie: : Sanders; and Mann^ kicked two: field goals in • • the second half: to -offset ."Bob • Berry's 25-yard touchdown pass , : to Ken Burrow. Tom Hayes 1 :20-. . yard/run wit(v.a: blocked punt ;• for .another Falcon.'score.' / John Brodie- threw two TD passes to Ted Kwalick and one •: to Vic- Washington .to lift San Francisco' over the Eagles and rookie Rocky Thompson returned a kickoff 93 yards for one' score and Fran Tarkenton passed for two others to lead the Giants over St. Louis. Lance Rentzel's 50-yard touchdown run on an end around play.helped the Rams beat Chicago for their first .victory of'-.the -season and -George .Nock's second TD of the period—a two^yard run with two -minutes left., t<r -play— : ' boosted the Jets over Miami for their first triumph. - : . • .Jim O'Briea kicked afield goals of 42, 41 and'50 yards and Tom,•''Matte and Don Notting- .ham. bulled over for scores to pace Baltimore .over the Patriots while Terry Bradshaw ran five yards for a last period score and Pittsburgh stopped San Diego three times inside the six-yard line in the last five minutes to beat the Chargers. Aaron Brown plucked Don Horn's fumble out of the air and raced 68 yards for a score as Kansas City beat Denver •and Charles Durkee, released by Houston last month, kicked a 37-yard field goal with five seconds left to help New Orleans tie the Oilers. Rookie John Brockington ran for 120 yards and Green Bay- halted a fourth-down ^Cincinnati 'gamble in the last two minutes : to enable the Packers to defeat the Bengals. Dave Osborn and Norm Snead scored on short rus to lift me Vikings over Buffalo. Standard-Examiner, Monday, Oct. 4, 1971 BSAC Teams Knocked From Undefeated List Associated Press Three key big sky football games are on tap this weekend ^-all of which "could have a hand -jn determining the conference Championship now that some of just about dash the Bronco's i title hopes, too. Other games this week match Idaho State.at Idaho to open the Vandals' new stadium; Montana State and Northern Arizona; and Championship now that some or g currently the con- the lustre has been wiped oil j ference lea( } er , at Portland State Montana's record. • -• ] for a non-league game. ••• -Hie Grizzlies were upset 21- L Q ST CLOSE O NE 12 -'by IdaBo Saturday, snap- Threg Big gky teams _ Mon•ping a victory skein of 23 regi!-.^ Boise sta te and Idaho : lar'season games and threaten-; state were knocked.fromL the •ing Montana's hopes to. win. a|ranks of^f"'- last Satur third consecutive championship, day. Tdaho St rvrt v"i_:.i.»i:nn «-r/\ +rt Rftl^f 1 The Grizzlies go to State next Saturday, and a loss 'to the Broncos; which rudely jolted Idaho 42-14 earlier this •Season,, would-virtually end Montana's chances for another title And a Boise State loss would NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE Baltimore Miami New England New York Jets Buffalo. Cleveland Pittsburgh Cincinnati Houston Kansas City Oakland San Dies« Denver American conference East W L T Pet 210 .667 58 17 1 1 1 .500 49 38 1 2 0 .333 30 63 1 2 0 .333 24 49 030 .000 51 W Central W L, T Pet. PF PA 200 1.000 45 13 2 1 0 .667 57 44 1 2 0 .333 64 55 021 .000 29 "64 West 2 1 b~467 50 V40 1 1 0 .500 40 201 _.iground to completely dominate * their game -with the Broncos. Weber .State is 2-0 in conference T Pet. PF UOJ. -i.t^*""»«"' ^ - — . Eastern Michigan and Boise State fell to Weber State, 20-7. In other Big Sky action Mon- AN OFFICIAL tana State beat Portland State AiN '-'"^'V 23-8 and Northern Arizona lost its 12th straight game — 3&-13 to Drake. It counts as a confer- lence loss for the Lumberjacks Weber State, only undefeated Big Sky team, didn't gain a single yard by passing for the second straight week. Bufthe Wildcats piled up 421 yards on the t , _-.l —inlvi- y^r»minarA This Week's Prep Play Moves Up to Wednesday This week's round of' prep [continues its bitter fight with |but is still a good club. Clear, n th a i1 «mp S will he moved UD Viewmont for the lead in the field is capable of getting a win football games will be moved up to Wednesday because of the Utah Education Association convention in Salt Lake City. In Region One, following five rounds of play, both division titles are still up for grabs. Bonneville, with a key victory over. ; Sky View last week,;heads the race in Division TWO _w,ith a _ „„ are \at home Wednesday- against the Ben Lomond Scots in a 3:30 p.m. game. -. . Ben Lomond knocked over Division One race. Both Viewmont and Layton are 4-1 following victories last 4-1 record. . The Lakers, Ogden^Jast week to claim its first league win against four losses. The Scots could be at a •high emotional pitch against Bonneyjlle, but the Lakers appear to have grooved themselves toward a division title and should get past the Scots. Roy High, which is .nipping on Bonneville's heels -with a '3-1 record, goes against winless the' field is capable of getting a win over the Eagles, however, and a shot at the division title should week. Layton has the best of it in as far as the schedule is concerned Wednesday. -The Lancers play iiost to a winless South High team .in a 3:30 p:m. game, while Viewmont is 'at home against a dangerous West High eleven. . Clearfield High, still very much in the running for the Division One title with ,-, a '4-2 record, has a tough assignment Wednesday as it must travel to Salt Lake City for a 3:15 p.m. game with. Skyline. Skyline is 3-3 on the season provide the incentive. Davis High, 2-3 in the Division One race, but looking tougher every week, should pick up victory number t hree on the season against Bountiful High Wednesday. The two teams square off at 7:30 p.m. on the '"Bountiful High field. The other Region Two encounter Wednesday finds East High at Olympus, while Highland draws a bye. Region Five will be idle this week, but Morgan will travel to St. George Friday for an 8 p.m. non-league game against Dixie High. - . Craig Ridd's Final 64 Good For Victory in Idaho Open TWIN FALLS, Idaho (AP) recora, 6 wes «s<«"»'- w-uucao, J/WIIN r^juus, iuauu (,nr j — !Ogden in a 7:30 p.m. game in c ; Ridd st Ge orge, Utah, Og_den City Stadium Wednesday J fnar .under Dar 64 Sun- Ogden just hasn't put it together this season, while the Royals will be playing it tough prys y Chicago Bears' Dick Butkus (51) and Rams' snpted a)ass intended ^^^ 5un ' day's NFL game in Los Angeles. — Standard-Examiner UPI Telepnoto. _ __ in an attempt Bonneville. to overtake PRO FOOTBALL STATISTICS 1 I 0 021 National Conftrtnc* . .333 38 000 26 60 5 Washington Sew York Giants St. Louij Philadelphia Chicago Minnesota Detroit Green- Bay L T Pet. Pf PA 210 1647107 « 210 -*67 «« 90 : T 2 0 ,333 54 5S 0 3 0 .000 K.110 Central . W L T Pet. Ff~ PA 210 .667 40 '& 21 0 .647 52 33 2 "I 0 .467 8» 210 9472 Sa»«Fr»nefsco, Atlanta. Htw Orleans l.os Angeles West W L T Pet. ff PA 210 M7 84 43 11 1 .500 78 7S 1 1 T 500 57 Tl 1 1 1 -50B 57 47 Sunday's 'Results Detroit 31 "Atlanta 38 Minnesota 1» -Buffalo 0 Baltimore !3 New England 3 ' Green Bay 20 Cincinnati 17 'Houston 13 New -Orleans 13 New York-Jets 14 Miami. 10 "Pittsburgh 21 San Diego 17 ' -San Francisco 31 Philadelphia 3 •Wa»hlngton-.20 Dallas 16 ' •New -York Giants 21 St. Louis 20 •Kansas City Iff Denver 3 •tos Angeles 17 Chicago 3 Sfonly games scheduled) :~- ••-. . Monday's Games Oakland at Cleveland (night) (only game .scheduled) ; .: "Next -Sunday's Games ". Baltimore »t Buffalo. • Denver at Oakland Green' Bay at Detroit Houston -at :Washlngton Lcs Angeles at San Francisco Miami: »t Cincinnati Minnesota- -at Philadelphia '- -,. New Orleans »t Chicago . New' York Jets at New England Pittsburgh at Cleveland St. Louis at Atlanta Diego at Kansas i-ity First downs play and 3-0 for the season Idaho, which was the pre-season Jpick to give Montana ate stiffest run for the title, trailed the Silvertips 12-7 midway., in. the third period, but came to; life when sophomore quarterback Rick Seefried /scampered 64 vards for the go-ahead touchdown. Minutes later the Vandal defensive unit- forced, a Montana fumble which -set up the nsurance touchdown. LATE TOUCHDOWNS Idaho State rallied for two fourth quarter touchdowns on passes from quarterback Dan.-.-. Halt to sophomore end Tom ™»* Hoffman. The last — a 41-yarder ——came in the final minutes of play and the Bengals .gambled for a two-point conversion which ^" would have ' put them HI -the- =—'•»•• ' First downs Rushes yards Passing yardage Return yardage Passes Punts Fumbles lost Yards penalized Chicago Lot Angelet 51 10 1»-68 45 26 44-252 159 18 Passing yardage Return yardage Passes Punts Fumbles lost First downs Rushing yardage Passing yardage Return yardage Passes Punts Fumbles lost Yards penalized IB pumoies IOST 9-38-4 13-30-2 Yards penalized 9-40.1 7-37.1 j First downs — Rushes-yards New York St. l-ouis Passing yards •• Return vards Passes Punts Fumbles, lost Yards penalized Kansas City 33-93 Rushes yards Passing yardage Return yardage Passes Punts Fumbles lost Yards penalized Atlanta Detroit First downs Rushes yards Passing 'yardag» Return yard«g« Fumbles lost- Yards penalized game: Cincinnati Green Hay I First downs* Rushes-yards Passing yardage Return yardage =umbles lost Yards penalized =lrst downs Pushes yards lead. •But "halfback James Jackson bobbled a pitchout from Halt and the Bengals were tagged with their first loss of the season. Web^r leads the conference with a 2-0 record. Idaho and Boise State are both 1-1. Montana 0-1 and Northern Arizona 0-2. Idaho State and Montana State will see their first league action this weekend. •• Standings: Passing 1 , yardage Return yardage Passes , Punts." • -r"- Fumbles lost Yards penalized F!rst downs Rushes-yards Passing yardage Return yardage Passes Punts • Fumbles lost Yards, penalized Weber;. St Boise State •Idaho Idaho St Montana St Montana North Ariz Conference All Games W LTPtsOP.. W LTPtsOP -2 0 0 4314 300 6314 1 1 04934 3 1 08458 1 1 03554 2 2 05278 00000 210 51 36 00000 220 37 81 0 1 0 12 21 3 I 0 91 54 0 1 0 7 23 0 4 OBI 112 San Fran. Philam 21 -17 31-202 28-89 303 172 34 12 15-30-0 17-30-0 3-34 6-40 2 2 60 37 San Dleso Pittsburgh Passes Purtfs Fumbles lost Yards penalized 12-20-2 5-41.6 12-21 -2 4-30.8 1 47 Two Shooters Perfect in Gun Club Event i s ; Othel.Hampson and John Pe- NewYorK Miami't ers0 n;broke 25 straight in 1J singles' Sunday .to lead trapshooting at the-.Og,den Gun Club. •. .,••"• " •• • Other good scores were: Singles, 25 birds—Jack . Lynch, 24; Amar Ateb=y, Lee Johnston, Park'e Lowe, 23; Joe Leavitt, Pst Mitchell, 22; Bob Farrell, The Royals, with speed and plenty of desire should notch another win, but Ogden ! shouldn't be taken for granted. Up north, the Division One lead goes up for grabs when Sky View and Logan tangle in the Utah State University Stadium at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday. FAILS TO CLICK Both teams go into the game with identical 2-1-1 records, and in this' traditional battle anything can happen. Box. Elder, meanwhile, has a Passing yardage Return yardage Fumbles lost Yards penalized First downs Rushes yards Passing yardage Return yardage Passes Punts Fumbles lost Yards penalized First downs Rushing yard: Passing -yards Return yardags Baltimore New England 9 2i-89 24 36-136 222 17 19-2:-2 2-47 0 10 62 44 9-20-1 6-35.6 NO 16 36-184 • 79 40 8-20-2 8-45.4 0 70 . Hou 13 24-107 156 IS 9^25-3 6-44.0 . 0 33 Buff*la Minnesota •7 23 52-193 oe e, , Dave Smith, Ron Skinner, 21. Singles, 50 birds—Don .VsnCamp, Tom Williamson, 47; Deb Teeter, _46; Clarence Slarkey, George Sawyer, Sterling Lyon, 45; torin Colvcll, Vsrge Lowe, 44; Jerry Hclner, Hank ' Powers, 43. -....' .Handicap, 25 birds-Clarence SMrkey, 24; Deb Terter, Tom Williamson, 23; Jo Lea- vit-t, Otticl Hamoson, 22;-Jerry. Hcincr, 21; Jack Lynch, Dave Smith, Don VanCamp, 20. Doubles, 24 ~ b'rrdv-Othol Hampson, 22; Hank powers, 20; Don .Pence, John Peter- 2-2 record and could move back into contention .in the northern race with a-victory over Bear River Wednesday. Bear River and Box Elder will tangle in Treinonton 1 under the lights in a 7 p.m: game. " Bear River is 1-2-1 on the season, but always gets up for its traditional game against the Bees! Wednesday. The Lancers play following it s tie against Logan High last week, draws a bye in Region One this week, but will keep a keen eye trained on the outcome of Bonneville's and Roy's games. • • • Over in Region Two,, Layton fired a four-under par 64 Sunday to capture first place in the Idaho Open Golf Tournament. He finished with a one-under- par 203 for the 54-hole tournament. Ridd won ?700. John Kinsey, Boise, and Joe Bonsignore, American Fork, Utah, were three strokes behind with 206s. They each won $537. Jim. Baker, Salt Lake City, the leader after two rounds, came .with a 207 and finished fourth, good for $300. Tied at 208 were Tommy Williams, Brigham City, Utah; Carl Allen and George Schneiter, Jr., Billings, Mont.; Ernie Schneiter, Ogden, and Dick Kramer, Salt Lake City, each won $225. Paul Davids, Soda Springs, Idaho, was the low amateur with Salt Lake City, and Joe Thomes, Billings, 212. Dick Kramer, Salt Lake City, won the senior division for golfers over 50. He had a 208 and won $150. Arnold Haneke, Boise, was second, ' and Clyde Thomsen, Twin Falls, and Earl Schneiter, Tooele, Utah, tied for third^ Phoenix, Lakers Snare Twin Bill PHOENIX, Ariz. (UPI)—A hot-shooting Phoenix Suns team defeated Milwaukee, playing without star center Kareen Jabbar (Lew Alcindor), 110-93 in a National Basketball Association exhibition game Sunday night. 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