San Antonio Express And News Newspaper Archives Aug 5 1973, Page 48

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San Antonio Express and News (Newspaper) - August 5, 1973, San Antonio, Texas Toros win 31-24 Sal Olivas in pass Mijc Redby 1 1 Oro Sal Ely Jesse Slokus intercepted deflected pass staff photo by Pat Hamilton by Harry Page staff writer san Antonio Toros Rode the Arm of quarterback Luz pct Raza arid Rookie running Back Royce Johnson to a 31-24 Victory Over lie new Mexico thunderbird a before 6.027 fans saturday night at Northside stadium. The Toros Victory put a Damper on former san an Tonio quarterback Sal Olivas Homecoming. However Sal did not fail to do his thing Podraza and Olivas put on a tremendous Aerial exhibition which literally ended in a stalemate. Podraza hit 15 of 33 passes for one touchdown and had one intercepted. Olivas found lie Mark 19 of-10 times for three touchdowns and had two intercept go. Johnson led san Antonio s newly discovered Rushing at which was virtually non existent until saturday night. The sex Texas lutheran great had 90 Yards Rushing in 12 totes and scored two touchdowns while teammate curly Walters garnered 87 Yards in 11 attempts. All to Geller san Antonio had 180 Yards on the ground Joe Hartshorne s 23-Yard Field goal with left in the new Mexico Toros first Downs 20 20 Kus Tung yardage 8g 180 245 253 is 15-331 passing yardage Clurn yardage passes pulls fumbles lost cards penalized 19-40.2 5.368 0 third Quarter was the spark that ignited the Toros. The 3 Point Boot narrowed san Antonio s advantage to 10-9. The bulls led at halftime 10-6. The Toros took the ensuing Kickoff and drove 76 Yards in six plays to get some breathing room from their visitors. Pedraza s 30-Yard to pass to wide receiver Don Burrelli who seven passes for 108 Yards capped the March with left in the Quarter. Cooper booted the first of three successful conversions in he second half. Johnson danced 19 Yards for another score in the fourth period to Cap a 75-Yard drive and Reserve halfback Roy Myers on Yard plunge Only minutes Lacr closed out sail Antonio s scoring. Myers touchdown was setup when free safely Alfred Avila returned an arrant express k h m h k la Bowling baseball 9 i m. Outdoor i sunday August 5, 1973 h part i Page k Trevino n by one shot Over Weaver Weiskop Harrison . Tom Weiskopf grimly tight lipped after an encounter with an Amateur photographer managed a 69 and Clung to a of upstroke Lead saturday in the rain delayed second round of the West Chesler coif classic. Weiskopf who has collected five lilies in his last eight slants 1ms a iwo Ruid total of 133, 11-Umlcr-Par for iwo trips Over the waterlogged West Chesler country club course. The Winner of the British and Canadian opens in his last iwo starts and now seeking a rare Bird consecutive Victory Weiskopf ran afoul of a Spectator with a noisy camera As he played out of the rough on the final Hole. I told a marshal the same Guy had been bugging me with hat camera for several Weiskopf said. Tasked Hie marshal id get him off the course. He Weiskopf wound up making bogey six on the relatively easy Par five Hole. Still he held a one stroke margin Over new it Weaver going Inlo sunday s double round of 36 holes. The two rounds on the final Day were forced when rain washed Oul thursday s scheduled first round. Weaver who has collected a Lour Victory in each of the last two seasons had a second consecutive 67 for a Frank Beard Rookie Tom Kile and pc Loran Dan who Miami ekes by bengals leade on cd. 4 a . Liar a season s Besl string of consecutive tied in 135, just iwo strokes Back. Kile and sikhs matched 65s, while Beard took a 67. Leading Money Winner Bruce Crampon of Australia remained in position with a 69138. Defending Champion Jack Nicklaus improved to a 68 and was five strokes behind at 138. Ill have to play Good win bul at least i m not in a pc Siton where i m looking at a 10 Shol Nicklaus said. South african Gary player was Well Back at 140, while Arnold Palmer and . Open Champion Johnny Miller were another shot behind at i. Weiskopf who has had several incidents with photographers in his fall aspic string emphasized that his problems Sutar Day was not with a press Fine. The problem is elsewhere. It s nol Only with me. It s everybody. Spectators Aren t sup posed to bring cameras on the course. If officials Fiji Oinui with one they ought o be thrown off the Golf he played the Hack nine first bogeyed one Par five and birdied the Oiler and got two under Par for the Day with a couple of pulls in the 12-15 Range. Turning to the front nine he three putted the first for a bogey pitched to .10 inches on the third made in from 15-on the fourth Gol s Deuce from six feet on the sixth then bogeyed his last Hole Afler twice exchanging words with the Amateur photographer. Actually i played pretty he said. I m just kind of disappointed i played the Par fives so he was one Over Par on those four holes for the Day. Miami a Southpaw quarterback Jim Del oaten threw a four Yard touchdown pass to Charles Leigh with left to play saturday night giving the Miami dolphins a 14-13 National football league exhibition Victory Over the Cincinnati he i gals. The Triumph boosted Miami s All games win Ning Streak to 20 in a Row beginning with the final exhibition of last year and including All 17 regular season and playoff games and last week s College All Star contest. The super bowl Champion dolphins trailed throughout the Gnu Joe until Del Galzo s pass to Leigh which completed a 73yard drive. Rookie Speed scr Charley Wade the final player chosen in ibis year s nil draft went 52 Yards Wilh a Del Garni pass to Cincinnati s five Yard line to set up the score. Vel ran backup Quarter Back Virgil Carter had Given the bengals a 7-0 halftime Lead Wilh a seven Yard touch Down run on the a Cal to last play of the first half. Rookie Dave Green kicked an eight Yard Field goal in the third Quarter to make it 10-0 before Miami got on the scoreboard with a 73-Yard drive capped by Hubert Ginn s one Yard plunge Over the Middle. Green kicked an 11-Yard Field goal in the final Quarter to Complete the Bengal scor ing. Each team failed to convert Goldart scoring opportunities. The dolphins the Ball at 64 69-133 Phil Rogers "140 bengals dolphins first Downs 15 13 rustics Yards 34-126 39-117 passing Yards 116 159 Clurn Yards 91 lie passes 11-2j2 11-150 pulls a it 5-44 fumbles lost 3-0 Beard 68 67-135 Larry while 7614-140 ssi is 70 135 of Ute Courtney 7169-140 i01" k e 70 65-135 Kcal still 69-71-140 Brume Crampon 67-69-136 Date Douglass 71-69-140 j m 67 37 Jim Colb Crl 49-71-140 Gene Milller 68 137 Gary player 71 140 Bob Murphy 67-70-137 Bruce Dullin d k 68 137 Charles Cody 69 7j-i41 Bob Nichols Johnny Miller 70-71-14 Rio Ard Crawford 6869-137 Pel e Brown , i Cincinnati s 45-Yard-line in the first Quarter when linebacker Nick Buoniconti deflected a Ken Anderson pass Inlo the hands of safety Dick Anderson. The dolphins then drove to the Bengal 15 where Rookie Jeff White missed a 22-Yard Field goal attempt. Del Gaizo being showcased in the game by coach Don Simla in an Effort to inner Cal some learn in a Trade drove the dolphins from i hair own 44 to the lie Gal 13, bul on fourth Down Leigh was slopped for no gain. The bengals who heal the dolphins in the opening exhibition game for both teams last year took Over at the Miami 1 2 in the third Quarter when defensive end Leo Thomas fell on a Ginn Fumble. Bul on third Down at the one Dave Lewis fumbled for no gain and a fourth Down Field goal try from the eight by Green was wide. Del in in who rates behind Bob Greisch and Karl Morrill and asked to be irad cd to a team Wilh which he could play More completed 11 of 14 passes for 167 Yards Greisch and Morrell were a sled in the game. Conc Connall 073 Miami 007 7 Carler 7 run Muhlmann kick Fig Grem 8 my Oino 1 run Ismie kick Fig Green 11 Milf Velsi 4 from whoa let 1 will it Bie Algol Burger 69-72 141 Lanny Wadkins 69-68-137 Arnold Palmer 71-70-14 Bob Lum 7l67-13s Rod curl 7? 69-141 68-70-138 Jerry Barber 67-74-141 Mason Rudolph 6969-138 . Snead 74-67-14 George Johnson Orville Moody eds need 70-71-141 Hill Collins Carl Lohren Romcro of Ancas Art Wall 75 143 Dwight Nevil Curtiss Silford 71-71-141 Jack Nicklaus 70-68-138 Dave Arr 7171-14 Vernii Zarley Ray Floyd 69-70-139 Tommy Jacobs 7073-142 Lee elder Warlin Boner. 7171-142 Bobby Mitchell 7j-67-i39 Jerry heard 7-71-142 Gabby Gilbert 67 139 Steve Melnyk 143 Jim Jameson Gardner Dickinson Bob e. Smith Jimmy Wright 73 143 David Glenl Bob Wynn Tomalson Dave Stockton Pai Lmoran Leonard Thompson Larry Slub Byefield Sam Snead Tommy Aaron 70 139 Gene Borek Dob Eastwood Wayne Yates by 34-7 score de Sec clerk scored first Downs two touchdowns in the first in four minutes Wilh the help of a Jujj cards of u 69 and 39-Yard dashes by Preston Pearson Natl i vent in Ironce the Baltimore Colls saturday night in the firs p a Froni scrimmage National football league and ran 60 Yards

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