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12 Th* „ WTY. jRcj)llDIlC O , Man., Nov. 3. 1969 Undefeated Rams overpower hapless Falcons Scoreboard ~GoTf MESA CC—(Mixed Team Event) best bails per foursome—133, Don er, Joyce Fuller, Al Wadded, Bea dell: 134. Jerry Sufer, Wlr" •••— Culllns, Llla Turner; 133, Mary Ann Steele, Bob *.-¥« Steele, Mary ARIZONA CC — (mixed best ball) 59 —• Mr. & Mrs. George Chipman; 60 — George Chlpman-Mrs. Howard Fulk, Mr. 8. Mrs. Bill Blrks; 41 - Mr. i Mrs. JVtervln. Egeland, Gil Stevenson's. Bill. I Mrs. rgelan., McLaughlin. THUNDERBIRD CC - (Foursome Best Ball) — 62 — Joe Van Ness, Carl Anderson. Jane Males, Butch Carrigan; 65 — Gary .Pratt. Korse Hamlin, Judy Spear, Joe Shaugnessy. ..LAKE HAVASU CITY-Partners Best Ball Invitational — Low net — Chuck Abbott, Merle, Smith, 122, 1st flight (130, 3-way tlel-^Paul _McKosky, Joe Croman; Jack .Rlggfe, Felix Romlnesj Henry Menke, Don Reese; runnersup— James Sterling, Blm Collins, 131; 2nd flight—Lee Ammerman, Red Sollars, fcm«, ?-*•*•"'• Erlc -- svyl Frank GrziowskT, L_ ._. George Llnclcum, Jim Price; Bill Guard; Stew Sayre, Mutt Jizasrancic;. fiuK,"Bud"'Su8r8; slew Sayre,' M 1 Cude. Trap Shooting PHOENIX TRAP & SKEET CLUB (final day of two day shoot) Handicap champion — Nancy Place 93 (Phx); runner : yp.—. Charlotte _Finlcal (Flagstaff] 91; High Lady - Grace Youngklr (Buckeye), 87; High Junior — Dela Coursey (Phx) 91; Doubles race — Champion Dale Grantham J - Pat Phx) 192; errv~(Scottsdale) 177; • Bart (Yuma) 17' Class A — Jerry Houser "' ~ — •-Terry (Sco... i-, 1 ." 03 *i- — Yinllard Bart (Yumaj i". High Overall — Dale Grantham (Phx) 470. Auto racing O e Class — FT'— Scott Ramey; Trophy Dash — Chuck Haynes; Heat Race — Sylvia Chilton; Main Event — Bill Al- vln;. Junior Stock — FT — Randy Bean; Main Event — Greg Wheeler; Senior Stock — FT — Ann Butts; Tro- phv Dash — Jody Cherry; Heat Race— A. J. Geyer; Main Event — Ann Butts. Republic Photo by Forrest Slroup Mike Harden college women's winner Pain Richmond Jets come from behind, squeak by Miami., Nordstrom captures will in n^t finals Associated Press NEW YORK - Jim Turner's 36-yard field goal with less than three minutes to play capped a fourth period comeback and carried the New York Jets past Miami's aroused Dolphins, 34-31, yesterday for their fifth straight American Football League victory. Joe Namath led the Jets from behind with scoring passes to George Sauer and Don Maynard in the final pe- riod before John Elliott blocked a Miami punt and Turner, the AFL scoring leader, snapped a 31-31 deadlock with his 20th field goal of the season. Bob Griese, whose fourth touchdown pass of the game, had sent the Dolphins ahead, 31-24, with 9:22 to play, then combined with reserve quarterback Rick Norton to lead the visitors back to the Jets' 35-yard line. But Bill Baird intercepted Griese on. the 17 Stenerud kieks 5 goals; Chief s sail to 29-7 win in the final minute of play, sealing New York's : sixth vic-> •tory in eight starts. Griese, on a rainy day, fired three first-half scoring passes as Miami overcame a 10-0 deficit and Karl Kremser's third-period field goal helped the Dolphins take a 24-16 edge into the last quarter. / : ;: But, Namath threw a 15-yard pass to Sauer and the pair .clicked again for a 27-yard payoff'; pitch > with;tl2 seconds gone in the filial period. ' Miami ...... ... ............. 714 3 ! 7— 31 New York ... .' ...... . ..... 10 0 618—34 NY— FG.J. Turner 14 NY— Maynard 42 pass from Namath (J. Turner kick) •( : '' , "•: pass from • Griese Associated Press BUFFALO, N.Y. - Len Daws>on's quarterbacking, Jan Ste'rierud's five field goals and a feugh Kansas City defense carried the Chiefs to a 29-7 American Football League * victory yesterday over the ; Buffalo Bills. The 34-year-old Dawson, who missed five games because of a knee injury, came FRO GRID STANDINGS NFL Eastern Division Century Division W L T Cleveland - . - — New York 3 4 o .429 St. Louis 2 4 1 .333 Pittsburgh S 1 1 .833 207 150 - - - - 99 146 140 187 136 185 . 191 103 150 143 138 195 142 195 207 79 153 1 131 1.. 69 149 ?i 1 6 0 .143 Capitol Division Dallas 6 1 0 .857 Washington 4 2 1 .667 Philadelphia ...... 34 0 .429 New Orleans 1 6 0 .143 Western Division Central Division Minnesota 6 1 0 .857 Green Bay 5 2 0 .714 Detroit 4 3 0 .571 Chicago 0 7 0 .000 Coastal Division Los Angeles 7 0 0 1.000 Baltimore 4 3 o .571 Atlanta 2 S 0 .284 San Francisco .... 1 5 1 .167 Sunday's Results. Baltimore 41, Washington 17 Cleveland 42, Dallas 10 Los Angeles 38,.Atlanta 6 _ Green Bay 38, Pittsburgh 34 New Orleans 51, St. Louis 42 Philadelphia 23, New York 20 ~~troit. 26, San Francisco 14 nnesota 31, Chicago 14 AFL Eastern Division W L T pet. OP 2 0 .750 206 160 off the bench in the third period to put Kansas City into ' field goal position four times. Until Stenerud connected on his third three-pointer, from 37 yards, the Bills were hi front 7-6. Stenerud also booted field goal's from 47, 34, 44 and 18 yards. Kansas City wrapped up the game with less than two minutes to play when Mike Garrett went through the Buffalo, line for a 34-yard touchdown and a five-yard jaunt. Three seconds showed on the clock when he scored the second TD. Dawson clicked on seven of 13 passes for 94 yards. Mia—Clancy S (Kremser kick) Mia—Seiple 29 (Kremser kick) Mia—Csonka 11 (Kremser kick) 3NY—Snell 1 run (pass failed) Mia—FG Kremser 22 NY—Sauer 27 pass from (Maynard pass from Snell) Mia—Seiple 9 pass from Griese (Kremser kick) '' NY—Maynard 25 pass from Namath (J. Turner kink) NY—FG J. Turner 36 A—61,761. pass from Griese pass from Griese Namath First downs Rushing yardage Passing vardane Return yardase Passes Punts Fumbles lost Yards penalized Dolphins Jet* 73 IS 185 85 236 221 20-30-1 13-26-1 4-44 4-46 40 17 Kansas City Buffalo 033 23—29 700 0—7 188 99 171 164 99 147 102 150 Buf— Brlscoe 14 pass from Darragh (Alford kick] Kan— FG Stenerud 47 <an— FG Slenerud 34 <an— FG Stenerud 37 <an — FG Stenerud 44 <an— FG Stenerud 18 <an — Garrett 34 run (Stenerud kick) an— Garrett 4 run (Stenerud kick) First downs Rushing yardage Passing yardage Return yardage Passes Punts Chiefs Bills 14 14 147 105 - 98 39 89 7 9-22-1 10-25-4 3-46 5-42 New York Houston . Buffalo .. Miami ... Boston ... 1 KansasClty Oakland ... Cincinnati . Denver S< 0 .500 125 6 0 .250 134 225 6 1 .143 147 167 7 0 .125 111 186 Western Division 7 1 0 .875 215 85 6 11 .857 214 155 4 4 0 .500 182 191 4 4 5 .500 "~" " 4 4 0 .500 an Dieso • •. Yesterday's Results Cincinnati 31. Oakland 17 New York 3^ Miami 31 Kansas City 29, Buffalo 7 Boston 24, Houston 0 Denver 13, San Diego 0 175 130 Agreement reached-— no jockey strike SUNLAND PARK, N.M. (AP) --The Jockey Guild and the New Mexico Horseman's Association reached an agreement yesterday, averting a possible Joqkey strike at Sunland Park Nov. 9. Hockey Broncos record first shutout ever in AFL Associated Press DENVER - Steve Tensi's long, accurate passes and a hard-striking defense gave the Denver Broncos a 13-0 victory over the San Diego Chargers in an American Football League game yesterday. This was the first time that Denver ever has shut out an opponent in the AFL going back to the league's start in I960. ' The Denver secondary defended smartly against Charger passes and the Bronco forwards continually harried the San Diego quarterbacks, John Hadl and Marty Domrefi, a rookie from Columbia in the Ivy League. Pats enter win column NEWTON, Mass. (AP). • -. Rookie Ron Sellers grabbed a pair of scoring passes from Mike Taliaferro and the Boston Patriots shocked the Houston Oilers, 24-0, yesterday for their first Ameican Football League victory under new coach Clive Rush. The Patriots, who had lost nine straight dating back to the final two games of the 1968 season under ousted coach Mike Holovak, threw up a mighty defense in dealing Houston's hopes for the Eastern Division title a sharp blow. Boston assumed command at the outset, taking the opening kickoff and rolling downfield only to be stopped inches from the goal. A few minutes later Gino Cappeletti's 31-yard field goal attempt sailed wide. The Patriots finally broke the scoreless deadlock on Cappelletti's 30-yard field goal early in the second period and were on their way. The sixth .annual Mike Harden 'MemorialTennis Tournament was nearly a^ carbon copy of last year-in the college division with Hans Nordstrom and Pam Richmond 'again prevailing. . Top seeded .Nordstrom, a senior at Arizona State, beat Arizona's Eric Evett 62, 6-4 in a rematch of last year.. Miss Richmond rallied to upset Peggy Michel 3-6, 6-1, 6-2. Peggy is ranked 17th in U.S. women's play and Pam : 18th and'were'seeded;:that way "for the;tourney;::''" ::'. ; ' •'' In college men's doubles, • Evett gained some i', measure of revenge in teaming with Craig ; Hardy of UofA for a 6 : 1, '5-7, 6-4 triumph over Nordstrom and Bjorn Alven, both formerly of Sweden. •.'Miss Michel: then decided if you can't beat' 'em, join 'em, in the women's doubles as she and Miss Richmond combined for a hard fought'8-6, 1-6, 7-5 victory over Carolyn Clarke and Barbara Wroten. All four players are from ASU. The Wroten - Clarke team were members of the 1969 United States Junior Wightman Cup team. FINAL RESULTS College Men's singles — Nordstrom def. Evert 6-2, 6-4; College Women's sinnles — Richmond def. Michel 3-6, fc 1 '-, 6 ^' .CoMege Men's doubles — -Hardy-Evetf def Nordstrom-Alven 6-1, 5-7. 6-4; Col ege Women's doub es—Rich- mond-Michel def. Clarke-Wroten 8-6, 1-6, Junior Men's singles — Hoshaw def. Bartalozzi 6-3, 6-3; Junior Women's singles — Kable def. 'Farmer 7-5, 6-3; -Junior Men's doubles —-Hardy-Hoshaw , def. RprbaclvNIchols '.4-4, 6-1; Junior Women's doubles — Kable-Mallamo def. Mann-Farmer 13-11, 6-4; Boys 16 singles — Keller def. Gibson 6-3, 6-4; Girls 16 singles,— Bell def. Sommers 6-0, 6-3; Boys 16 , doubles — Marshall-Gibson def. McGlamery-Pq lack 6-4, 6-3; Girls 16 doubles — To leson-Lent def. Me- Mlllen-Bell 8-6, 6-4; Boys 14 singles Johnson def. Bendheim 4-6, 6-0, 6-1; Girls 14 singles — Tolleson def. Lane 6-4. 6-3;' Boys 14 doubles — Kunde-Johnson ,def.. Kerr-Palmer 6-4, 6-4; Girls 14 doubles — School-Lent, def. Sattenspiel- Dlamond-6-1, 6-3; Boys 12 singles — Tolleson de . Pa rner_6-4, 6-0; Girls. 1.2 Gabriel's 3 TD passes lead win Associated Press ATLANTA — Quarterback Roman Gabriel passed for three touchdowns yesterday and led undefeated Los Angeles to its seventh straight National Football League victory, a 38-6 triumph over Atlanta. Gabriel hit on 18 of 25 passes for 236 yards, including the scoring tosses of 22 yards to Wendell Tucker, 21 yards to Jack Snow and 33 yards to Larry Sith. Gabriel, who engineered a pair of 80-yard touchdown drives in the second half, left the game after hitting Smith for a score with 13:06 remaining. Gabriel's replacement, Karl Sweetan, quickly struck for the Rams' fourth touchdown in the air by hitting Tommy Mason in the right flat on a 67-yard scoring play with 9:47 left to give Los Angeles a 38-6 lead. Meanwhile, an awesome Ram Defense had made it easy by limiting the Falcons to -only six yards net offense in the first half, with quarterback Bruce Lemmerman at the controls. ' The Falcons went to reserve Randy Johnson in the second half and finally got some offense generated. But they could add only a 22-yard field goal by Bob Etter in the third period that came after Atlanta moved from its 29 to the Ram 15 on 11 straight running plays. Etter, who had hit only 3 of 14 field goal attempts in the first six games, kicked a 16- :yarder in the second quarter. Los Angeles' first touchdown came on a 24-yard pass interception return by Ron Smith late in the first period. Colts stun 'Skins* 41-17 Associated Press BALTIMORE - Baltimore's revamped defense Intercepted three passes that Tom Matte turned into touchdown runs and the Colts scored another after a blocked punt to blast Washington 41-17 in a National Football League game yesterday. It was the Colt's 18th straight victory in exhibition and regular season play over the Redskins. Baltimore's fourth victory in seven games kept alive flickering hopes of catching unbeaten Los Angeles in the Coastal Division. The Redskins are 4-2-1. y terback John Unitas completed 10 of 20 passes for 139 yards. Earl Morrall relieved Unitas after the Colts rolled up a 3417 lead and took the Colts in for another touchdown on a 44- yard pass to rookie Ed Hinton. and a 10-yard run by another freshman pro, Sam Havrilak. ..307 7-17 .. 3 10 14 14-41 Wash—FG Knight 34 Bait—FG Michaels 49 Bait—FG Michaels 12 Bait—Matte 7 run (Michaels kick) Wash—Taylor 19 pass from Jurgensen (Knight kick) Baft-Hill 1 run (Michaels kick) -a t-Matte 2 run (Michaels kick) alt—Matte 6 run (Michaels kick) Wash—Dyer (Knight kick) 69 pass from Jurgensen Matte carried, the brunt of Baltimore's offense with 21 runs for 117 yards and quar-' Yards les pen 8s ii z ed Balt-Havrilak 10 run (Michaels kick) A—60,23B. Redskins Colts 21 23 45 187 312 172 26 19 28-38-3 10-20-1 3-» 2-44 S? 35 First downs Rushing yardage Passing yardage Return yardage Passes : Punts Williams, Barney set up Lion victory Associated Press SAN FRANCISCO - Detroit kick return artists Bobby Williams and Lem Barney set up 10 third quarter points DETROIT SAN FRANCISCO 6 7 10 3—26 070 7—14 Lloni First downs 13 Rushing yardage 124 Passing yardage 1 Davis kick , , Det—Watklns, 2 on long runbacks yesterday M £ r f r }-^f ic iJ ders ' " enabling the Lions to pull away from San Francsico and beat the 49ers 26-14 in a National League football game. The Lions," now 4-3, led 13-7 at the half; Williams started the third quarter fireworks when, unmolested by 49er tacklers, he took the opening kickoff of the second half 71 yards to the'San Francisco 17 before Roosevelt Taylor ran him out of bounds. . Three plays later, Detroit quarterback Greg Landry hit Bill Sanders on a 13 yard touchdown pass. ... Det—FG Mann 31 Det—FG Mann 37 SF—Williams, 18 past from Spurrier . run Mann kick 13 pass from Landry- Snead aerial lifts Eagles over Giants Associated Press NEW YORK - Norm Snead's second touchdown pass to Ben Hawkins gave the Philadelphia Eagles a 23-20 Upset National Football League victory over the New York Giants yesterday before 62,962 fans in the rain at Yankee stadium. The winning score came with one minute and six seconds to go. Al Nelson intercepted a Fran Tarkenton pass at his own 32 on the final play of the game when the Giants threatened to get within field goal range in the final seconds. Snead, who had been intercepted four times, clicked with a 24-yard toss to Hawkins for the winner at 13:54 of the final period after the Giants had rallied to take the lead. Sam Baker had kicked three field goals of 45, 32 and 38 yards and Hawkins had taken a seven-yard pass from Snead in the second period. The Giants scored in the opening half on two field goals by Pete Gogolak of 40 and 33 yards and then surged back in the second half to take the lead on Scott Eaton's interception and 23-yard run in the final period. Det—FG Mann 12 pet—FG Mann 27 SF—Thomas, 51 pass from Spurrier- Davis kick A—35,190 Philadelphia ............... 310 3 7-23 New York ................. 3 3 7 7—20 U 86 Return" yardage '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.. !!'i52 0 Passes 3-14-0 20-32-4 •Junts, 4-42 6-40 -.umbles lost •. _* NY—FG Gogolak 40 Phil—FG Baker 45 . Phil—FG Baker 32 Phil—Hawkins 7 pasi «eri (Baker from Snead Punts Fumbles " lost' Yards penalized' ".'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.36 NY—FG Gogolak 33 Phil—FG Baker 38 NY—Coffey 1 run (Gogolak kick) NY—Eaton 23 Interception (Gogolak kick) Phil—Hawkins 24 pass from Snead (Baker kick) A—62,962. Kapp's/aerials doom Bears to 7th setback Los Angeles .......... .... 710 Atlanta .... ........... .... 714—38 3 30-6 LA—R. Smith 24 pass Interception re- '-.pssett kick) _ .-G G( Atl-FG' El... .. LA—Tucler 22 pass from Gabriel (Go»- LA—FG" Gossett" 11 Atl-F -- turn. (Gossett •FG Gc •FG' Etter 16 _ -Tuc *etf' kick) Atl—FG Etter 22 LA—Snow 21 pass from Gabriel (Gos« sett kick) , LA—L. Smith 33 past from Gabriel (Gossett kick) LA—Mason 67 pass from Sweetan (Gossett kick) Tanaka decisons Tiger l,ee in bout First downs Rushing yardage Passing yardage Return yardage Passes Punts Fumbles lost Yards penalized 17 134 296 95 TOKYO (AP)—Shiomi Tanaka, Japan's fourth-ranked- flyweight, won a unanimous" decision over Tiger Lee, No. 4 Falcon* South Korean flyweight, in a 10-round bout yesterday. Tanaka weighed 112% pounds, and Lee 113. 107 172 12 touchdown passes, Saints prevail^ 51-42 Associated Press Bill Kilmer's viously was 37 against Wash- MINNEAPOLIS-ST. PAUL The Minnesota Vikings, riding Joe Kapp's two touchdown .passes and a punishing defense, sent the luckless, mistake-bitten Chicago Bears to their seventh straight National Football League loss, 31-14, yesterday. Kapp passed for 133 yards HOW TOP TEN FARED Associated Press and touchdowns of 20 and 13 yards as the Vikings stretched their winning streak to six games and Central Division- leading record to .6-1. Chicago Minnesota 0 7 7 10 7—14' 7—31 Here's how the Top Twenty teams In Passes .'he Associated Press-malor college foot- Punts ball poll fared Saturday: Fumbles Lost , - — Tolleson def. Palmer 6-4, 6-0; Girls 12 singles — Hamilton def. Smldt 8-6, 6-4; Boys 12,doubles — To leson-Kunde def. Roberts-Vlllalantl 6-4, 6-1; Girls 12 doubles — Smldt-Mann def. Marshall- Souer 6-1, 6-0; Boys 10 singles — Roberts def. Smldt 6-3, 6-3. Houston Boston BoSt-FG Capclettl 30 *A-f!9,qo«. First Downs Rushing yardage Passing yardage Return yardage Punts Fumbles Lost Yards penalized riERICAN LEAGUE _„-,- -. Hershey s Juffato 5, Prov denct ? Sprlnsf eld {/Rochester 1 San Dleso fc e Denver 130=13 DEiJ-Llttle 2 run DEN-Densen 24 Howfleld kick) (run failed) pass from Tensl A-45,S11. Clurgeri Broneoi First down* ....10 19 Rushing y«rd«g» jo 11 Passing yardage 20 v 22, Mwitrml 18 Foster scores TKO victory NEW ORLEANS (AP) Light-heavyweight ^champion Bob Foster used hijs' awesome punching power to register a technical knockout over Chuck Leslie of New Orleans in 2:58 of the fifth round here yesterday. The non-title bout was scheduled for 10 rounds. Foster, 180, of Washington, D.C., knocked Leslie, also 180, between the ropes with a looping right just before the third round endedii- ; ; from taiiaferro The final secqnds of the fourth round- saw 1 Leslie go down twice more, The game Leslie was flat again in the fiftji after a long, jj clean right.-from Foster. ST. LOUIS six touchdown passes led New Orleans to its biggest point production ever yesterday and the previously winless Saints whipped St. Louis, 5142, in a National Football League game. Charlie Johnson of the Cardinals also threw six touchdown passes in the wild offensive show, but the Saints added scores on a short run and a field goal for their margin. 1. Ohio State, 6-0, best Northwestern Yards Penalized 35-6.. .,. . .'-.. -: 2. Texas, 6-0, beat Southern Methodist 45-14, ' 3. Tennessee, 6-0, beat Georgia 17-3. 4. Arkansas, 6-3, beat Texas A&M 35-13. 5. Penn State, 7-0, beat Boston College 3B-16. •6. Southern California, 6-0-1, beat California 14-9. 7. Florida, 6-1, lost to Auburn 38-12. 8. Louisiana State, 6-1, lost to Mississippi 26-23. 9. UCLA, 7-0-1, beat Washington 57-14. 10. Notre Dame, 5-1-1, beat Navy 47-0. 11. Georgia, 5-2, lost to Tennessee 17-3. 12. Kansas State, 5-2, lost to Missouri i.3.'Purdue, 6-1', beat Illinois 49-22. 14. Missouri, 6-1, beat Kansas State 41- Minn—Washington 20 pass from Kapp (Cox kick) Chi—Piccolo 7 run (Percival kick) Minn—FG Cox 48 Minn—Beasley 13 pass from Kapp (Cox Minn—Osborn 1 run (Cox (tick) Minn—Jones 80 ruit (Cox kick) Chi—Savers 24 run (Percival kick) A—47,900. Chicago Minnesota 14 15 . 185 192 ' ' 26 104 ' 46 29 10-16-1 9-21-1 5-42 4-42 . ' 1 1 83 69 First Downs Rushing Yar Passing, Yardage R 1 " 1 ushlng Yardage assing Yardage eturn Yardage ington last yar. Kilmer had 22 completions in 32 attempts for 345 yards and the six scores. He had one pass intercepted. New Orleans .............. 71621 7— 51 "15. Wyoming, 6-1, lost to Arizona State St. Louis , ................. 7 7 721—4230-14. J6. Stanford, 4-2-1, beat Oreqon State 38. NO— Parks 25 (Dempsev kick) ST— Williams 32 (Bakken kick) illi kick NO— FG Dempsey 43 STL— Williams k) (Bakken kick) pass pass 14 pass from from from Kllmer Johnson Johnson 17. Auburn, 5-2, beat Florida. 38-12. 18. Colorado, 4-3, lost to Nebraska .19, Air Force, 5-2, beat Army 13-6. . a 20-7. The game's 12 touchdown passes erased the old NFL record of 11 set by the New York Grants (7) and Washing- ( R?fl p *8Llf' cr !' ) ' ,, i T*I it* / 1 \ • rf AAn *' i-~~"VV in idms Ji ton Redskins (4) in 1962. ^Y^'^ 24 fRalsban HrU\ The 51 points represented the most ever scored on a Cardinal team since it moved First downs tO St. LoUiS from Chicago in Rushing yardage — , . NO— Wheelwright 20 pass from Kilmer (Dempsey kick) NO— Abramowlcz 5 pass from Kilmer (kick failed) NO— Shy 28 pass from Kilmer sev kick) NO— Wheelwright 1 run (Dempsey kick) STL— Gllliam 28 pass from Johnson (Bakken kick) NO— Abramowlcz 11 pass from Kilmer STL-Williams Bakken kick) _ru—Sh vers (Bakken kick) pass pass pass from from from B S a T kL A-46,718. 14 pass from Kilmer Johnson Johnson Johnson locn 19oU. 17 0—24 . . 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