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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - October 19, 1970, Florence, South CarolinaRams Down packers Green Bay wis. A Clarence Williams intercepted a Bart Starr pass in the final min utes of play and scooted 65 Yards for a touchdown to give the los Angeles Rains a 31-21 National football league Vic tory Over the Green Bay pack ers sunday afternoon. First Rushing Yor doge passing yardage return yardage passes punts fumbles lost Yards penalized Regmi pickers ii 19 142 137 135 lit 19 11-2so 16-29-2 7.41 545 0 1 97 15 with the score 21-21, David Ray booted a 36-Yard Field goal with remaining to put the rams on top 24-21. Minutes la Ter As the packers tried to race the clock downfield Williams stepped inside Green Bay re receiver Jack Clancy then raced Down the left sideline for the clinching score. Alvin Raymond the rams exciting return specialist set up one touchdown and the winning Field goal with two jazz Elm after Starr s pass to tight end John Hilton had tied the score at 14-14, Haymond streaked w Yards with the ensuing Kickoff to give los Angeles excellent Field position on the Green Bay 38 it took ram quarterback roman Gabriel Only three plays to move his team to a touch scored on a six Yard run by Larry Smith. 14 0 i 17-31 get Tel boy 070 14-11 la Snow 25 Pau from Gobry my la cobra 1 run Ray Wem g6-t. Williams m pm from Starr Livingston kick go Hilton ii Post from Starr livings la so hit run Roy kick i get. Williams 1 run Livingston Ucko lat Croy 36 la Williams 65 pass interception hit kick diving for touchdown Macarthur Lane St. Louis cardinals running Back dives Over goal line for second period touchdown in sunday s Cardi nals Philadelphia pro football game in Philadelphia. Eagles linebacker Adrian Young 35 grabs for Lane at left As tight end Steve Zabel looks Down at right. De tails on Page 9 new Orleans tie of 20-20 in final seconds of game the loss ended a three game Packer Victory Streak and spoiled Bart Starr Day for Green Bay fans. Los Angeles took a 14-0 first period Lead then watched the packers come Back twice to tie it up. Chargers Wallop bears Chicago a John Hadl triggered third Quarter touch Down passes of 14 and 33 Yards to Gary Garrison three minutes apart sunday to lift the san die go chargers to a 20-7 Victory Over the Chicago bears. San Francisco a Bill Kilmer passed 13 Yards to Dave Parks with 42 seconds to play sunday for a touchdown that brought the new Orleans saints a 20-20 tie with the san Francisco 49ers. Tom Dempsey kicked the extra Point that knotted the score and knocked the 49ers out of first place in their division of the National football league. Kilmer and Parks Are former 49ers. Quarterback John Brodie of san Francisco who went Over Yards passing for his Ca reer in the game had Given the 49ers a 20-13 Lead Early in the final period with his second touchdown pass to Gene Washington. Kilmer and Parks combined Houston a the Pitts Burgh Steeles crossed Midfield Only three times sunday but used a 67-Yard touchdown pass from Terry Bradshaw to Ron. Shanklin on the first play of the second Quarter sunday to defeat the Houston oilers 7-3 in an 7-3 american conference Cen trial division game. Steeles oilers Host Downs ii 17 Rushing yardage 55 135 passing Yor doge 181 124 return yardage 73 61 posset 9-21-4 21-36-3 pulls 7-45 7-43 fumbles lost 0 1 Yards penalized 5-70 8-113 it was the first touchdown pass in five league games for the Rookie Bradshaw Hie no. 1 j College draft Choice who had led the Steeles Bril want la in exhibit for the touchdown to end a 46-Yard new Orleans drive. On the play preceding the touchdown Parks caught a pass for 22 Yards. An interception by the 49ers Rosey Taylor with two minutes to play gave san Francisco at its five Yard line. I seemingly ended the saints chances for Victory but they held the 49ers on Downs and got the Ball Back with 90 seconds to play. San Francisco add Fig Dempsey 40 to Gossett 21 no Fig Dempsey 24 Washington 46 pass from Brodie Gossett kick Fig Gossett 46 Abramowicz 7 pass from Kilmer Dempsey kick n Washington 9 pass from Brodie Gossett kick Parks 13 pass from Kilmer Dempsey kick Francisco 3 010 Dawson Cincinnat Cincinnati ten Dawson came off the Kansas oily Bench in the second Quarter sunday and threw two touchdown passes rallying the sput ering chiefs to a 27-19 National football league Triumph to 27-19 the Cincinnati bengals. Dawson who sat out last week s game against Bosto with strained knee ligaments replaced Mike Livingston with 14 minutes to go in the first half and triggered a second past n 2 70s Field goal and Bruce Coslett s seven Yard scoring pass from Virgil Carter sliced the Kansas City Lead to 24-19 with to play. The biggest crowd Ever to see a Cincinnati sports to life in riverfront stadium but the enthusiasm was Short lived. Muhlmann missed a 35-Yard Field goal with to play and Stenerud was successful on his from the 24 about 4% minutes later to insure the chiefs Triumph. The bengals vaulted to their Early 9-0 Lead on a 50-Yard-Field goal by Muhlmann and a five Yard run by Essex Johnson. In oilers Ishaw pass Las Cowboy and Cleveland Brown came off the Bench to replace Johnson and utilizing he Power running of Rookie Joe Jawkins Cut Loose with a 68-Rard surge that carried to the Teeler ten before Rhome Fum led and Chuck Allen recovered t the 14 on the last play of the Hird bengals first Downs 14 15 Rushing yardage 116 82 passing yardage 148 174 return yardage 41 101 passes 9-22.0 23-17-1 pulls 9-41 7-47 fumbles lost 0 0 Yards penalized 44 Veteran quarterback drilled a 59-Yard scoring pass tend Podolak and a 26-yarder to Fred Arbanas. Jan Stenerud added a 40-Yard Field goal to wipe out a 9-0 bengals margin sending Kansas City into a 17-9 halftime Lead. Wendell Hayes bulled two Yards for a fourth Quarter Kansas City touchdown that swelled she chiefs Lead to 24-9. Before a fourth period rally by the bengals. Horst Muhlmann s 36 Fig Muhlmann so Johnson 5 run kick foiled Fig Stenerud 40 Podolak 59 pass from Dawson Stenerud kick Urbanos 26 pass from Dawson Stenerud kick Hayes 2 run Stenerud kick Fig Muhlmann 42 Coslett 7 pass from Carter Muhl Mann kick Fig Stenerud 24 Hou Fig Ercla 34 Pitt Shanklin 67 pass from Bradshaw Wingo Diego Chicago nil game first Downs Rushing yardage passing yardage return yardage passes punts fumbles lost Yards penalized Charters bears 30 is 83 100 274 117 30 18 17-27-0 17-34.1 6-40 6-46 0 1 96 92 it was san Diego s first Deci Sion after three losses and a tie in the Western division of the american football conference. The bears sagged to 2-3 in the Central division of the National. Hall who replaced starter Marty Domres just before the first half ended in a 7-7 dead lock hit four of of five passes for 67 Yards in an 83-Yard drive at the Start of the third Quarter. It was capped by his 14-Yard shot to Garrison. Three minutes later Ron Smith fumbled on a Lunback of the chargers Kickoff and Jeff lock hit four out of five passes 33. On the first play Hadl speared Garrison for another payoff. The bears playing without injured Gale Sayers sprung new. In signed free agent Don shy on an 83-Yard scoring March that was completed in the first five seconds of the second period when Jack Concannon hit Dick Gordon for 11 Yards. Shy Cut adrift by the new or leans saints gained 24 Yards in six carries during the thrust our times bulling for first Downs. Son Diego 0 713 Chicago 070 Chi Gordon 11 pass from Concannon Percibal kick . Smith 1 run Mercer kick 14 pass from Hadl Mercer Dick 33 pass from had kick ailed Petty owes Plymouth to easy Victory in old Dominion race Minnesota humiliates ram s Kermit Alexander sweeps feet out from under Donny Anderson Anderson picked up a first Down on the Power sweep around left end sports 8 monday october 19, 1970 giants mar Kapp debut patriots Defeated 16-0 Cambridge mass. A scrambling fran Tarkenton at the giants 28. The patriots went to the 12 before Kapp was after Hazeltine s key play and Gogolak added the final six Points. Passed for one touchdown and dropped for a 12-Yard loss Cap Pete Gogolak booted three Field i Pelletti then had a Field goal at goals As the new York giants i tempt blocked at the 36. J second in a Row after three loss spoiled the starting debut of the patriots had. Only one oth is. The patriots have lost four. The Victory bras new York s the touchdown pass overcame an Early 3-0 Houston Lead buil on a 34-Yard Field goal Roy Gerela after Jery Levias Hac returned the opening Kickoff 35 Yards and a 25-Yard pass interference penalty gave the oilers a first Down at the Steeler 41. It was a costly defeat for the oilers in that Charley Johnson the 10-year Veteran quarterback obtained from the St. Louis cardinals last Winter broke his left Collar Bone that will keep him sidelined six to eight weeks. It was a Raggedy played Astrodome game in which a pass interception one of seven for the Day and a Fumble halted Long second half threats by both teams. Jerry Rhome the former a. A incomparable Richard Petty drove his Plymouth to an was Victory in the old Dominion 50 Stock car race sunday and raised his Money total for the year to tops among Lascar s grand National Drivers. Petty led All but 20 of the 500 laps around the .525-mile Martinsville Speedway and posted a record average Speed of 72.235 Mph. It was his eighth Triumph at Martins Ville and his 17th of the season. His domination of this late summer classic was so Complete that he flashed across the finish line in a Lap by himself. Only Bobby Allison s Dodge was even close. All the Broncos t Denver a a 51-Yard Field goal by Bobby Howfield and Pete Liske s six Yard touchdown pass in the final period broke up a close contest and sent the Denver Broncos to a 24-10 National football league Victory Over Atlanta Falcons pass at Midfield and ran to the Falcon 38. The Broncos went the rest of the distance in seven plays with fran Lynch diving the final Yard. The Falcons with Berry flinging a 14-Yard touchdown pass to Mike Donohoe tied it at 7-7. Early in the second Quarter a 31-Yard Field goal by Kenny Vineyard made it 10-7 Atlanta but after the next Kickoff the Broncos rolled 70 Yards mostly on Liske s passes to Al Denson and Whalen. Clem Turner former Cincinnati Back playing his second game for Denver smashed two Yards for the touchdown. It was the Bronco s fourth Victory in five outings while Atlanta has won two and lost three. Falcons Rushing yardage 76 91 passing yardage 140 Yards penalized 32 with Denver leading 14-10, to afield booted a 51-Yard Field goal Early in the fourth Quarter following the Kickoff Atlanta quarterback Bob Berry fumbled and Fred Forsberg recovered or Denver. A six Yard pass rom Liske to Jim Whalan brought the clinching touchdown. Denver got a break on Atlan a s first play of the game when Charley Greer stole Berry s t run Howfield kick 14 pass from Berry tart kick at Fig Al Neylord 31 2 run Howfield kick Howfield 51 iced kick other finishers were at least two laps in the rear. Allison who started on the pole and led the first 17 laps was second and was paid boosting his 1970 take to of his 16-Yea driving career. Third place went to Cale Yar Borough in a Mercury. Bobby Isaac finished fourth in a Dodg and took a firm grip on the Raci for the grand National driving title. Isaac now leads Allison in the Points Battle to margin of 81 with Only three races left. Donnie Allison was fifth in a Ford behind Petty. Dick Brooks wrecked his Plymouth against the fron straight Barrier and claimed that Leeroy Yarbrough a fore 1. Richard Petty Randleman Lymo utri 500 laps 2. Bony Allison Hueytown Dodge 4w laps s617s. 3. Cole Yarborough Timmonsville . Mercury 498 laps Bobby Isaac Catawba ., Dodge 98 laps 5. Donnie Allison Hueytown ala., Ford 97 inns. S2125. 6. David Pearson Spartanburg . Ord 496 laps 7. Leeroy Yarbrough Columbia . Ord 490 laps 11875. James Hylton Inman .i 87 lops 5925. 9. Benny Parsons Detroit mich., 85 lops 10. J. D. Mcduffie Sanford Mercury 467 laps 5875. Ford bulletin Santa Rosa Jack Lewis beat George Archer in a tight rundown to win the Redwood tournament at Santa Rosa hooting a 65-71-136 at 9 under Par. Lewis won for the weekend tournament and in winning is exempt from hav no to qualify for this week s Kaiser tournament at Maple California. Team Driver forced him into the Wall. Yarbrough denied he was responsible and went on to Fin ish seventh behind another for Driver David Pearson. The race one of the mos grueling on the Lascar big car circuit took its toll of most o the starters before the Halfway Point. Only 10 cars in the Origi Nal Field of 30 were running Al the finish. Jacklin wins tournament of champions Park a Tony Jacklin of Britain Eagle the 17th Hole and then dropped a 10-foot Birdie putt on 18 sunday for a 4-un Der Par 68 and a one stroke Vic tory Over Arnold Palmer Anc Ramon Sota of Spain in Golf tournament of champions. Jacklin the 26-year-old . Open Winner posted a 206 for he 54-Hole tournament to win the first prize. Palmer already had finished he Day with a 68 and 207 after starting the round one stroke behind Jacklin. But Jacklin s Eagle three at the 501-Yard 17th pulled him into a. Tie with pal Ner with Sota one stroke behind in the same twosome with Jacklin. Sota Sank a 12-foot Birdie putt at 18 for a 66, lowest round of he tournament but Jacklin broke the three Way deadlock with his 10-footer. Ray Floyd of the United talks with a final round 67, and Gary player of South Afri a 68, tied for fourth at 210 and Job Charles of new zealand As sixth at Robert Bernar in of Italy seventh at 211 and Ean Garayalde eighth at 223. Of France aped Sharockman Duel of punch less rivals Sola s very offensive Back ran Back two pot lots first Downs 13 14 and set up a third sunday yardage 122 93 the Vikings handed the yardage 102 62 return yardage 7 0 cowboys their worst 8-14-0 10-22-1 football league humiliation 2-24 4.38 fumbles lost 0 2 penalized 50 59 cowboys Viking Hirst Downs in making his first Start Rushing yardage 160 11 passing yardage 126 he played out his option return yardage 14 the Minnesota Vikings in posses 14.28.0 13-2w pulls 4-27 super bowl led the patriots fumbles lost into new York territory Yards penalized times but the giants de Sharockman returned a proved Tod Tough. Fleeced punt 23 Yards and an intercepted pass 34 Yards for first half touchdowns. He took Back another interception 4 Yards before a second kicked a 14-Yard Field goal in the first period and then added a pair from 18 and 22 Yards out in the fourth Quarter. Who kept the a the cowboys who had off balance with his lost to the Vikings in four tactics and his Short Vious regular season against a Strong Rush were beaten 48-7 by an 83-Yard March with in their first season in i960 touchdown pass in the 52-20 by St. Louis the period. Eluding Boston season for their previous he spotted Clifton in the end zone and fired the Vikings did not take 28-Yard scoring strike. Nand immediately As the took the game ? opening Kickoff and a 3-0 Lead on the first of two first half Field goals y Mike patriots moved from their 35 to the new York seven the first time they had the Ball. However the drive stalled and the Vikings took the ensuing Tickoff and drove 79 Yards Cappelletti s 14-Yard Field goal attempt sailed wide to the set up Dave Osborn s touchdown that put the in the third period a ahead for Good 7-3. Osborn gained 49 Yards in the entering pass on a new York punt gave Boston the Ball with a pass catch and four is. Dallas 3 13 Minnesota 14 20. 17. Downs Fig Clark Osborn 1. Run Cox kick Sharockman 23 punt return 3-0 Fig Clark 43. Fig Cox Sharockman 34 pass interception Cox continued their Winn Jones 2 run Cox Streak As they put Down Mann Fig Cox 31 Fig Cox of Summerton 3-0 in a 2 Post from Cuozzo match yesterday. Ick Jones 1 Cox Houston Matthews Fig Cox 34 dal Hlll 11 run Clark kick the first goal and Larry weeks the final two. Boston quarterback Joe Kapp Jer solid crack at the giants de by belting the patriots 16-0 Sun a sense. Boston went from its 28 to National football a first Down at the new York 18 Matt Hazeltine intercepted a jump pass thrown by Kapp. The giants were in command straight since an opening upset against Miami. York Boston ny-f5 Gogolak 14 by Mcneil 2s pass Gogolak kick by Fig Gogolak in by Fig Gogolak 22 39.091 370 6-14 o o a no from Tarkenton acc action this week by the associated press Maryland football coach Roy Lester will have another help ing of Crow but it will be All his pleasure. He has changed his menu slightly since his fired up terrapins brought mighty South Carolina to its Knees 21-15, sat urday in the biggest upset in the Atlantic coast conference this Eason. Before saturday every Previ Ous saturday for Lester had been like the end of the work As he saw his team Fumble stumble and Bumble its Way to five defeats without a Victory. Last week Lester groaned and muttered to reporters think it s just a matter of peo ple being inept in a lot of he was of course talking Aboul is team. Next tuesday Lester will hold another weekly news Confer there is Little Chance that hell still be sounding like he d prefer to have the cheerleaders slaying in place of his team. For it was South Carolina defending Champion of the acc Victor Over previously unbeaten North Carolina the week had had the Best shot at the acc conference title this year. Now the gamecocks have a shaky conference record of two wins one loss and a tie. So if Lester pulls his the boys arc inept line again be fore next week s game with North Carolina state it might appear to be a psychological trick on his changes. In saturday s game South Carolina s Tommy Suggs completed 20 of 40 passes for 294 Yards including two touchdown tosses. But the boy with the Golden Arm was t enough. The Maryland defense led by John the burglar Dyer repeatedly forced the gamecocks into turning the Ball Over. Dyer snatched a blocked punt for one Maryland touchdown and intercepted a pass with left in the to halt a crucial Gamecock drive. Each time Maryland scored it was after a Gamecock error two of South Carolina s fatal mistakes came in the fourth Quarter the Duke Blue devils now holding the conference Lead with a 3-0 record turned Back the State Wolf pack saturday 22-6. State had scored first on a 47 Yard Field goal in the first period but that was the end of the fairy tale that the Wolf pack might upset the Blue devils. Yellow jackets to show film the Mcclenaghan yellow jackets will present a Fame film of their match against Conway tonight Al 7r30 in Mcclenaghan cafeteria Booster club members parents Are invited. The a11 and the yellow jackets scored a 10-6 upset against third ranked Conway

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