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THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sunday, Septemnber 7, 1975
Cincinnati whips bumbling Lions 22-14

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PONTIAC - Rick Forzano,
his face mirroring the sadness
of the Detroit Lions, ripped his
football team yesterday for its
shabby performance against the
Cincinnati Bengals.
Cincinnati easily squared its
National Football League exhi-
bition record at 3-3 by whipping
Forzano's Lions, 22-14. Detroit
has now lost four of its five ex-
hibition games.
"It was efforts," Foranzo
said. "There was none. There
was poor, shoddy tackling.

"We don't need any ex- entire defense came in for a
cuses," he said. "The other share of Forzano's wrath. The
people aren't excused for their only player he excused was the
performances. Some people are one who looked the worst -
going to be in trouble. cornerback Charlie West, who
"I'm not excused either. May was playing out of position and
be I'm in trouble, too. "did extremely well under the
"I'M TIRED of their playing circumstances.
football like that. You don't ",We HAD NOBODY else to
play football like that in the put there," Forzano said. "Ev-
National Football League," he erybody else was injjured."
said, the anger still showing on Because of the shabby play of
his drawn face. "Penalties? the offensive line, Forzano said,
They're just carelessness on "Greg Landry was fighting for
our part." his life out there."
The offensive' Lions, and the The fourth quarter was tak-

down was a freak.
Defensive end Larry Hand,
35, lumbered 57 yards after
recovering a fumble by second
string Bengal quarterback John
Reaves. Cincinnati's score inI
the half was a 19-yard field
goal by Dave Green, his third
of the game.
A CROWD of-58,307, many of
whom were delayed getting into'
the $55.7 million stadium by!
the expected traffic jam out-
side, b o o e d sporadically
throughout the contest.
They had little reason to cheer
from the start.
Rookie Marvin Cobb of South-
ern California intercepted a
Landry pass and Cincinnati,

turned it into a touchdown. The
clincher came when another
rookie, Stan Fritts of North
Carolina State, took a handoff
and flipped a 9-yard TD pass to
eight end Bob Trumpy.
GREEN kicked field goals of
35 and 37 yards before Detroit
scored. Altie Taylor went one
yard on fourth down to give the
Lions a touchdown with only
1:35 left in the first half.
Again, to Forzano's dismay,
Detroit' broke down and six
plays later, quarterback Ken
Anderson put a screen pass into
Bobby Clark's hands and the
giant fullback went 14 yards to
score, the last five with a Lion
on his back.

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sterious new subatomic particle,
the latest in a series of recent
discoveries challenging tradi-
tional concepts of how matter
is constructed.
Stanford University Prof. Mar-
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