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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 19, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta S TNI irrHMIDOt HERALD Monday, October 17, 1970 Vikings Hand Cowboys Worst Shellacking In History Kapp Kayoed In Debut As Starting Quarterback By KEN HAPrOPOKT Associate! Press .Sports Writer Tlicy all carao to see Joe Kapp's highly-touted arm and went home talking about Fran Tarkenton's highly-talented feet. Kapp's debut as starting quarterback for Boston Patriots turned inlo a bust Sunday as the scrambling Tarkenton ruined the Patriots' party by directing a 16-0 New Yorft Giant victory in National Football League ac- tion. "We had the opportunities but I didn't take advantage of said a disappointed Kapp, who last started with AFinnesota in the 1969 Super Bowl. Tarkenton's antics scrambled the Boston defence, offsetting the hard-charging Patriots' line while he riddfed them. with short, screen passes. He passed 14 times, completing eight, for 102 yards. Minnesota Vikings kayoed Dallas with a ferocious attack that left the Cowboys reeling on the end of a 54-13 worst defeat ever. Detroit Lions and Denver Broncos, who lost for the first time tin's season last week, got back on the winning road with victories Sunday. The Lions blasted Cleveland Browns 41-24 and the Broncos turned back At- lanta Falcons 24-10. Pittsburgh Steelers beat Hous- ton Oilers 7-3 in a defensive war; New Orleans Saints tied San Francisco '49ers 20-20; Los Angeles Rams whipped Green Bay Packers 31-21; San Diego Chargers downed Chicago Bears 20-7; Miami Dolphins belted Buffalo 33-14; St. Louis Cardi- nals cut down the doormat Phil- adelphia Eagles 35-20; Balti- more Colts avenged its Super Bowl defeat of two years ago by beating the New York Jets 29-22 and Kansas City Chiefs defeated Cincinnati Bengals 27-19. Coach dive Bush of Boston said the Patriots' game plan was to stop Tarkenton's screen passes. "We just didn't do it" Rush said. Said Kapp: "We were some- what disjointed. A quarterback's job is to Our entire offence had a little shaky. They're just not used to the quarter, back." LED BOSTON RUSHERS Kapp, ivho played in the Ca- nadian Football League before coming to the U.S., completed 10 of 22 passes. He also earned eight times for 41 yards, tops among Boston rushers. The Giants held Boston full- back Jim Nance to a mere 14 yards. "It's a blow, it really said Nance. "No team should be able to stop our rushing be- tween Carl Garrett and myself. I'm not boosting myself, but I don't think there's a better full- back-halfback combination in the league." Coach Tom Landry of Dallas was philosophical about the Cowboys' biggest loss since their inception in 1960. "We've the whole rest of the year ahead of said Landry Ed Sharockman, a defensive back, set the tone of the game as he ran two touchdowns on a deflected punt and an inter- cepted pass and set up another with an interception in Minneso- ta's first half. Bobby Howfield kicked a 51- yard field goal and Pete Liske a former CFL player I pitched a sis in the final six-yard scoring pass al quarter to break open a close game and help the Broncs beat the Falcons. Bill Munson fired two touch- down passes and Mike Weger scored another on an intercep- tion in a period.that shot Detroit into a runaway 38- 14 halftime lead. Terry Bradshaw tossed a 67- yard touchdown on the first play of the second quarter foi the only touchdown of the game and a victory for the Sleelers. Bill Kilmer pulled New 'Me- ans into a tie with the favored '49ers, passing 13 yards to Dave Parks for touchdown with 42 seconds left. Clarence Williams swiped a Bart Starr pass in the closing minutes and shot yards for a touchdown that nailed down a Los. Angeles victory over the Packers. John Hadl's two touchdown passes to Garry Garrison within a minute of the third quarter pulled San Diego to a triumph over the reeling Bears, who lost their third straight. Two pass interceptions led to a pair of Miami touchdowns and a fumble recovery set up one of Gary Yepremian's few field goals. MacArthur Lane hit paydirt four times rushing and the other a the St. Louis victory. Johnny Unitas whipped Balti- more into a 17-0 lead within minutes of the first quarter and the Colts hung on to beat the Jets, their conquerers in he 1968 Super Bowl. Injured quarterback Lcn Dawson came of! ths bench to lead Kansas City to a'corneback victory over the fired-up Ben- gals. WIDE MARGIN New York When Rogers Hornsby won the 192-4 batting title with .424, his nearest rival was 49 points behind. Penguins Sign Balhgate PITTSBURGH (AP) Pills- burgh Penguins of the National League have signed Andy Bathgate to Hockey veteran contract. Batligate, who will play cen- tre for the Penguins, started in the NHL in 1952 with New York Rangers. In 12 years with Hie learn he set single season rec- ords for goals and assists, as well as the all-time Ranger scoring mark. Bathgate was drafted by Pittsburgh in the 1967 expan- sion draft and set club records of 39 assists and 59 point! that year. He played his last two seasons on loan to Vancouver Canucks of the Western League, where he was named most val- uable player last year. Van- couver now has an NHL fran- chise. Bathgate needs seven more games marke NHL contest. He career totals of 334 goals and 595 as- sists roooBwrs Prices effective until closing Saturday, October 24th, 1970. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES TABLE RITE YOUNG SHOULDER PICNIC STYLE, HOCK ON ROAST Ib. TOP VALU Peanut Butter 16-oz. ___ Ow ROBIN HOOD Flour 20-lb. bag J.39 Chuck Steak Loin Chops SWIFT'S PREMIUM Wieners Mb. pkg. SUN RYPE BLUE LABEL k Table Rile Canada [OflCf Choice Red Brand xU'' fcVMJI Steer Beef _ _ UW Table Rite Canada Choice Red Brand Steer Beef Ib. 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