Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on August 15, 1970 · Page 127
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 127

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Saturday, August 15, 1970
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AffcflWft 13 exhibitions set with Kapp, Namath still out Associated Press Joe Kapp of the Minnesota Vikings and Joe Namath of the New York Jets still will be among the missing this weekend when the 26 National Football League teams engage in a full schedule of 13 exhibition games. Six of the clubs — San Francisco, Atlanta, Philadelphia, St. Louis, Boston, and Denver — will be seeing game action for the first time. The big football weekend began last night with Baltimore at Kansas City and Detroit at Buffalo. There will be a nine • game program tonight, an afternoon game at Boston tomorrow and a Monday night contest in Philadelphia. The Vikings, NFL champions last year, will be playing at home against the Pittsburgh Steelers in one of tonight's games. Gary Cuozzo is expected to start for Minnesota in place of the absent Kapp. Terry Bradshaw, who impressed in the Steelers' opener, probably will get some more game time. Al Woodall will be Na- math's replacement as the New York Jets face the Atlanta Falcons at Winston - Salem, N.C. Tom Nobbis, Falcon linebacker, is due to test his knee that underwent surgery last year. The Jets will be without Gerry Philbin, defensive end who suffered a shoulder dislocation in the opener. Other night games include Dallas at Los Angeles, Chica- Colts erupt late, whip Chiefs, 17-3 Associated Press KANSAS CITY - Corner- back Tom Maxwell pranced 28 yards untouched with an intercepted pass for a fourth quarter touchdown that broke a 3-3 tie and started the Baltimore Colts toward a 17-3 exhibition football victory over the world champion Kansas City Chiefs last night. With 12 seconds left, Tom Matte put the icing on Baltimore's conquest of the proud Chiefs in this nationally televised battle by bolting around left end for 28 yeards and a touchdown. Lou Michaels, who had kicked a 17-yard field goal in the opening period and put Baltimore ahead 3-0, converted after both tocudhwons. Kansas City's only fruitful effort came in the second stanza when Jan Stenerud kicked a 26-yard field goal that knotted the score. The victory was Baltimore's 10th straight in exhibition play since 1968 and ended the Chiefs' string at eight. An expected aerial show between the Colts' Johnny Uni- tas and the Chiefs'Len Dawson failed to materialize al- through Unitas, while h e was out there, had moments of brilliance. Dawson, who started out with his usual poise and success, had three inter- ceptions and finally departed for keeps in the third quarter. Baltimore .. K*nu> city I BalHmor*-FG, Michaels, 17. Kansas City— FG, Stenerud, 24. kick 3 ) r& ~ Matt "' A— 36,341. run (Mlch8el * Lions boot Bills, 22-6 BUFFALO, N.Y. <AP) Errol Mann kicked five field goals and Mel Farr scampered for a touchdown as the Detroit Lions rolled to a 22-6 victory over the Buffalo Bills last night in a National Football League exhibition game. Buffalo, a patsy of the American Football League the past three seasons, mustered an offensive only once, getting 6 points in the final minutes. Mann, from North Dakota and his third year of pro football, booted three-pointers from 24, 34, 20, 30 and 31 yards. go vs. Green Bay at Milwaukee in their annual Shrine Game, New Orleans at Houston, the New York Giants at San Diego, St. Louis at Denver, Cincinnati at Miami and San Francisco vs. Cleveland at Tampa, Fla. The Boston Patriots play their first and only home exhibition game tomorrow afternoon at Boston College Field against the Washington Redskins, coached by Bill Austin in the absence of the ailing Vince Lombard!. The Monday night game, first pro night game in the history of Franklin Field, will give Philadelphia fans their first look at the 1970 Eagles against Daryle Lamonica and the Oakland Raiders. Two opening game winners will meet at the Los Angeles Coliseum when the Cowboys, who beat San Diego last week, take on the Rams, winners over Cleveland. Green Bay, which came from behind to tie the Giants in its opener 31-31, takes on its old traditional rivals, the Bears, who knocked off Houston last week behind Bobby Douglass. The Packers think they may have found a replacement for the r e 15 r e d Boyd Dowler in ex-Miami receiver Jack Clancy. The Giants, excited about the fine start of the new middle linebacker, Jim Files, the club's No. 1 draft choice, have installed their new I-formation for San Diego. The Chargers, who failed to get Buffi * 'II >etro!t—FG, Mann, 24. Detroit—FG, Mann, a*, -•frolf—Fair, », run (Mann kick). Detroit—FG, Mann, 20. Detroit—FG, Mann, 30. Detroit—FG, Mann, 31. Buffalo-Simpson,!, run (bad pass from center, no attempt). A—31,610 untracked in a loss to Dallas last week, will give quarterback Marty Domres a chance to go all the way. The clubs never have met. New Orleans Coach Tom Fears plans to use many of his regulars for the first time after playing rookies against the Vikings at Canton, Ohio, last week. Houston hopes to get its offense clicking after being held to one touchdown and two field goals by the Bears. Willis Crenshaw, former We're -easys get to.; READ' MUUAN I'ore/- 16th Street & Camelback 40 JEEPS-ALL MODELS NOW IN STOCK . . . READY TO GO! Stock #233 Price 2695 JACK JOHNSON Chrysler-Plymouth-Jeep 3131 N. Scottsdale Rd. 946-3483 DAILY 8AM-5*>PM 9UN BATH-KITCHEN EXAUetT.- FAN ALL COPPgR CONDUIT 25O 1 REG ENTRANCE LANTERN 15" FIXTURE W/PRISMATIC L04S AN e.°» VALUE A 4.5O VALUE AM 8.O6 VALUE 3/4'UWM IN<U5R CAMUU PLASTIC PIPE 6* FT. 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