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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - October 10, 1967, Darmstadt, HessePage 18 the stars and stripes tuesday october 10, 1967 Rookie s pass for 94-Yard touchdown helps Colts beat Chicago up Rick Pplk a Rookie no. 2 draft pick snatched a touchdown bound Rudy Bukich pass sunday and dashed 94 Yards for the touchdown that wrapped up a 24-3 Baltimore Colts runaway Victory Over the Chicago bears. Volk s fourth Quarter dash was the longest touchdown interception in Colt history an the longest in the National football league this came just As two of the bears forgotten men Buki Chand Ronnie Bull appeared to have put together a passing combination that might gain the twice beaten bears at least a tie with the unbeaten Colts. Bukich coming off the Bench to replace Jack Concannon had driven the bears 74 Yards to the Colts 6 mainly on passes to Bull a fullback who has Bee Bench sitting most of the running play lost two Yards. Then Bukich took a Bead Obrian Piccolo. Volk who did his defensive propping As an All big ten Back Colts bears first Clown Rushing yardage passing yardage return yardage passes punts fumbles los Yards penalized 15 70 149 162 19-37-3 3-46 1 50 1471 186 164 17-30-4 3-11 1 90 at Michigan leaped in front of Piccolo and took off. The frustrated Bukich was thelast Man to have a shot at him and when Rudy fell at the bear30, Volk waltzed into the end zone with nothing but his team mates around him. Ordell Braase completed the humiliation of Bukich and the bears when with less than four minutes left he picked off a Fumble from the harried quarterback and took it in nine Yards for another Colts had taken the Lead but by no Means control of the game in the third Quarter. Johnny Unitas finally Shookoff a Pesky Bear defense tha intercepted three of his passe and recovered one Colt Fumble and led his team in a Marc that ended when he caught red Mackey All alone for a 34-Yardscore. It was one of the bears interceptions that set up Mack Percival s 35-Yard Field goal mid Vay through the first Colt interception gave Lou Ali chapels who had missed a 35- Ard attempt earlier a Chance o Boot one from 47 Yards out Inge second Quarter. The bears Brilliant Gale Sayers was impressive but beleaguered and finished wit Only 40 Yards Rushing. Baltimore 037 1424 Chicago 300 0 3 Chi Fig Percival 35bal.tfg Michaels 47 bait Mackey 34 pass from Unitas Michaels kick balt Volk 94 pass interception Michaels kick balt Braase 9 Fumble return Mihael kick 49ers come Back to win snap ram Streak 2 7-24 los Angeles a Thesan Francisco 49ers, presented with a 20-0 Lead in the first half blew it in the third Quarter but came Back in the final period sunday to Belt the los Angeles rams out of the thinning ranks of unbeaten teams in the National football league 27-24.san Francisco took advantage of numerous fumbles and pass interceptions to build up their Lead in the first two quarters. First Down Rushing yardage passing Yard a Kab return yardage passes punt fumbles lost Yarda penalized 49era 14 66 260 135 rams 18 125 128 209 18-35-3 13-22-3 1-38 4-51 0 3 46 17 the rams As Boos turned to cheers scored three touchdowns in 10 minutes three seconds Togo ahead 21-20 after three quarters. The rams added thre e More Points on Bruce Gossett s 32 Yard Field goal Early in the fourth period. But quarterback John Brodie went to work on the rams and the 49ers stormed 69 Yards insight plays capped by a 28-Yard scoring strike to Sonny ran Lefor the winning touchdown. The rams had won three league games and six straight in the exhibition season. The defeat knocked them out of co leadership in the coastal Divi Sion with Baltimore who Defeated Chicago 24-3 sunday. Brodie s touchdown passes inthe first half were 59 Yards to John David Crow and 55 Yards to Bob Windsor. Tommy Davis kicked two Field goals from 10and 10 Yards out. San Francisco 3 17 0 721los Angeles 0 0 21 �24 of of Davis 16.8fcrow 69 pass from Brodie Dali kick of Windsor 56 pass from Brodie Davis kick of of Davis 10lapardee 2 intercepted pass Gossett kick la Gabriel 9 run Gossett kick la Josephson 12 pass from Gabriel go sett kick la Fig Gossett 32sfrandle 28 pass from Brodie Dave kick attendance 00,424. Packers overhaul Lions. 27-17 Detroit up Green Bay linebacker Ray Nitschke rum bled 20 Yards with a pass interception in the fourth period sunday to Lead the Green Bay packers to a 27-17 Victory Over the Detroit Lions. The mighty Packer defens allowed Only one lion score in the second half of the National football league game. Detroit held a 10-7 half time Lead. The Lions jumped to their first half Lead when linemen tipped Green Bay substitute quarterback Zeke Bratkowski Ray Nitschke key interception passes into the air to set up touchdown and a Field goal. Bratkowski who started i place of the injured Bart Starr slicked on five straight passes in leading the packers to their Only first half touchdown. His 19-Yard toss to halfback Donny Anderson with 6 46 left in the half went for the score. Bratkowski ended the Gam with 12 pass completions out of 19 attempts for 130 Yards. Green Bay clinched the Gamin the waning moments. Defensive halfback Tom brow picked off a pass by Detroit s substitute quarterback Karl scoring pass late in the fourth took Over in the second Quarter. The game was a near Carbo copy of the first lion Packer meeting which ended in a 17-17tie. Detroit again dominated the first half while the packers Packer Lions first Down Rushing yardage passing yardage return yardage passes punt fumbles lost Yards penalized 16 113 130 35 7 63 59 128 12-19-2 10-24-3 6-42 8-46 2 2 3-37 4-34 Sweetan on his own 40, and raced to the Lions 10. Two plays later Bratkowski rifled a 13-Yard scoring toss to end Boyd Dowler. Don Chandler booted a pair of second half Field goals one from 32 Yards and the other from the16. His second Field goal on the first play of the fourth period sent Green Bay into the Lead forthe first time 13-10. Sweetan who replaced regu Lar quarterback Milt Plum in the fourth period had two passes intercepted. But he hit lion end Bil Malinchak with a three Yard Kemp edges Buffalo past Denver 17-16 Denver up Quarter Back Jackie Kemp engineered two fourth Quarter touchdown sunday firing Buffalo to a 17-16 comeback american football league Victory Over the Denver threw a 5-Yard pass to split end Art Powell for the first Bill touchdown and running Back Keith Lincoln Pound Dover from the 4 for the winning score. Mike Mercer contributed3 Points with a 32-Yard Field goal in the first fullback Wendell Hayes punched Over from the 1for Denver s first to which was followed by flanker Al the Lions opened the scoring Early in the first period when Jerry Rush leaped in front of Bratkowski pass and batted it into the hands of defensive end Arris Mccord. Mccord galloped to Midfield with the Ball. Wayne Walker then split the uprights with a 38-Yard Field goal. Mccord batted another brat Kow sati pass attempt into the arms of defensive end Larry hands who strolled four years for the Victory left the packers on top of the nil s Centra division. Green Bay 0 7 3 1727 Detroit 3 7 0 717 Del Fig Walker 38rjethands 4 pass interception Walker kick go Anderson 19 pass from Bratkowski Chandler kick go Fig Chandler 32 go Fig Chandler 18gbnitschke 20 pass interception Chandler kick go Dowler 13 pass from Bratkowski Chandler kick Del Malinchak 3 pass from Sweetan Walker Uick attendance 57,877. First Downs Rushing yardage passing yardage return yardage passes punt fumbles lost Yards penalized Bills Broncos 21 13 87 83 210 10745 153 15-39-3 ll-in-0 5-43 5-48 1 1 89 66 Tarkenton Sparks comeback giants rally to topple saints 27-21 new York a Quarter Back fran Tarkenton threw two touchdown passes and set up two others with a pair of 44-Yard strikes sunday in pacing the new York giants to a 27-21 Vic tory Over the wingless new or leans saints in a fiery National football league game that ended in a near riot. New York and now Orleans players exchanged punches at Midfield and near the giant Bench after the gun sounded and spectators swarmed from the stands to get a closer look at the giants defensive Back Freeman White was involved Ina swinging skirmish with tackle George Harvey and end Jim Garcia of the saints before teammates rushed in to inter plating 18 of 28 passes for 348 touchdown throws were a 34-yarder to his favorite target Vene. Tarkenton the scrambling signal caller had one of his most productive Days com saints giants first clowns Rushing yardage passing yardage return yardage uses punts fumbles los Yards i 1 5 7.1 138 7fl 14-2s-1 4-44 0 42 28 187 348 99 1s-2s-1 0-0 0 95 Homer Jones in the third Peri Oil and an 11-Yard toss to Bob Crespino in the final period which pulled the game out of the , who has scored seven touchdowns and averaged closet 48 Yards on pass receptions pulled a muscle in his right thigh Early in the second half and was out of action through most of the latter period. It was the second Victory in four starts for the giants an the fourth straight setback for the first year saints who score Din each of the first three periods on Fine passing by quarterback Gary Cuozzo and led 21-20 going into the last period. Cuozzo passed for two ads to Dan Abromowicz of 13 and 21 Yard Sand scored the other himself. Dave Whitsell new Orleans defensive Back blocked two Field goal attempts by the giants and also blocked an extra Point attempt. New Orleans 7 new York 7 7 021 7 6 727 by Koy 2 run Murdock kick no Abramowicz 13 pass from Cuozzo Dulcee kick no Cuozzo 1 rom Durkee kick 2 run Murdock kick by Jones 34 pass from Tarkenton kick ailed no Abramowicz 21 pass from Cuozzo Durkee kick by Crespino 11 pass from Tarkenton Harris kick attendance92,970. Denson s contested catch of Ajim Leclair pass in the end zone. The Broncos other score came in the second Quarter when linemen Dave Costa and Richard Jackson trapped Kemp in the end zone for two s winning touchdown came with 3 37 left and Cameon the end of a 56-Yard drive featuring a 10-Yard scramble by Kemp a 13-Yard pass to Elbert Dubenion and a 14-Yard toss to Bobby Burnett putting the Ball on the 4.Buffalo s first touchdown was set up when Denver s Charli Mitchell fumbled the Ball and defensive Back Butch Byr scooped it up and squirmed to the Denver 9.on a fourth and goal to go on the Denver 5, Kemp hit Powell in the end zone. The win broke a three game losing Streak by Buffalo and stretched Denver s loss string to five. Buffalo 0 3 0 1417denver 2 7 716 Den safety Jackson tackled Kemp in end zone but Fig Mercer 32 Den Hayes 1 run Leclerc kick Den Denton 12 pass from Leclair Leclerc kick Biff Powell 5 pass from Kemp Mercer kick Bur Lincoln 4 a Mercer kick i attendance 35,183. Hodges eying mets Post Washington a Man Ager Gil Hodges of the washing ton senators is seriously weigh ing an offer to accept the vacant managerial Job of the new Yor Kmets and his decision is expected at any hour this week the Washington Post said sunday a Story from St. Louis the Post said the mets while officially denying they have made overtures to Hodges Are press ing him for an answer. Hodges is attending the world series at St. Louis As Are Bing Devine general manager of themes and George Selkirk Gener Al manager of the senators. Belgian Driver snares Rome race class title Vallelunga Italy up belgian Jacky icky drove his Matra Ford co Worth to Victory in the formula ii grand prix of Rome sunday winning the european formula ii Champion ship at the same covered the 186.9 kilo meters in 1 hour 20 minutes,27.8 seconds for an average Speed of 139.334 Kilometres an won both 93.454cilometer heats. Duncan on waiver Denver Colo. A the Denver Broncos of the Ameri can football league have placed kicking specialist Rick Duncan on waivers

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