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Page 10-The Michigan Daily- Monday, September 8, 1986

JONES RUSHES FOR 174 YARDS

Lions claw

Vikings in

opener,

13-10

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -'
James Jones rushed for a career-
high 174 yards and scored his
team's only touchdown yesterday
as the Detroit Lions spoiled the
coaching debut of Minnesota's
Jerry Burns with an NFL eason-
opening 13-10 victory over the
Vikings.
Jones, running most
effectively behind left tackle
Lomas Brown, left guard Chris
Dieterich and center Steve Mott,
surpassed his previous high of 116
yards set on Oct. 20, 1985. Jones
tied a team record with 36 carries.
MINNESOTA led 3-0 after one
quarter on Chuck Nelson's 35-
yard field goal that ended a 55-
yard drive highlighted by
Tommy Kramer's 34-yard pass to
Darrin Nelson.
But the Lions then launched a
10-play, 76-yard touchdown drive
with Jones picking up 45 yards to
take a 7-3 lead with 1:56 left in the
-first half. His career long 39-yard
cut-back run set up his own two-
yard scoring plunge.
Eddie Murray added field
goals of 33 and 44 yards in the
second half as Detroit snapped a
seven-game road losing streak.
Kramer tossed a five-yard
touchdown pass to Jim Gustafson
with three seconds to play to close
the scoring.
The quarterbacks were never
much of a factor in the game.
Kramer completed 21 of 38 passes
for 223 yards; Detroit's Eric
Hipple was 8-of-15 for 95 yards.
Bears 41, Browns 31
CHICAGO (AP) - Dennis
Gentry returned a kickoff 91
yards for a touchdown and

Walter Payton rushed for 113
yards and scored twice yesterday,
leading the Chicago Bears to a 41-
31 season-opening victory over
the Cleveland Browns.
The game was marked by the
first use of the NFL's new instant
replay official when, on the third
play from scrimmage, the
Browns' Al Gross was credited
with a touchdown after a bad snap
from center by the Bears bounded
into the end zone.
THE OFFICIALS on the field
did not call a safety or a
touchdown until they got word
from the replay booth that it was a
touchdown.
Payton scored on a two-yard
run and an 11-yard touchdown
pass from Jim McMahon, and
Wilber Marshall returned an
intercepted pass 58 yards for
another Chicago touchdown.
But the tenacious Browns
defense kept the outcome in doubt
until Chicago's Matt Suhey scored
on a six-yard run with 2:01 left.
KEVIN BUTLER kicked his
second field goal of the game, a
19-yarder with 7:55 left in that
opened a 10-point lead, but the
Browns cut into the lead again on
a 15-yard touchdown pass from
Bernie Kosar to Brian Brennan
with 5:55 to play before the Bears
wrappedit up.
Cleveland's Kevin Mack
scored on runs of three yards in
the second quarter and 14 yards
in the third quarter, and Matt
Bahr kicked a 22-yard field goal
in the fourth period.
Payton, the National Football
League's all-time leading
rusher, registered his 74th 100-
yard game. He needs one more

rushing touchdown to become the.
third NFL player with 100
rushing touchdowns.
Jim Brown, with 106, and John
Riggins, with 104, are the leaders
in that category.
Broncos 38, RaIders 36
DENVER (AP) - John Elway
threw two touchdown passes and
caught one from running back
Steve Sewell, leading the Denver
Broncos to a 38-36 NFL season-
opening victory over the Los
Angeles Raiders yesterday.
Elway's seven-yard pass to
running back Gene Lang with
9:49 left proved to be the clincher,
giving Denver its first lead since
the opening minutes of the game.
DENVER capitalized on three
critical Raider turnovers in the
second half to get back in the
game after trailing 19-7.
Raiders running back Marcus
Allen scored his second
touchdown of the game on a 2-
yard run early in the third*
quarter, putting Los Angeles
ahead 29-21. About four minutes
later, Allen was stripped of the
ball at the Raiders' 12 by Denver
linebacker Ken Woodard, who
raced in with the fumble recovery
for a touchdown that made it 29-
28.
Los Angeles countered
immediately as Marc Wilson
fired his third TD pass of the day,
a 57-yarder to Rod Barksdale for
a 36-38 advantage.
Oilers 31, Packers 3
GREEN BAY (AP) - Warren
Moon tossed touchdown passes of
29 and 44 yards and ran three
yards for another score yesterday,
leading the Houston Oilers to a

Detroit Lions' fullback James Jones soars past Minnesota's Chris Martin (57) and Mark Mullaney (77) en
route to a second-quirter touchdown. Jones racked up 174 yards on 36 carries in the Lions' 13-10 win yesterday.

31-3 NFL season-opening victory
over the Green Bay Packers.
The Houston quarterback
completed 14 of 21 passes for 218
yards to complement Mike
Rozier's 83 yards rushing on 23
carries.
MOON threw a first-quarter
interception, but came back to toss
a 29-yard touchdown to running
back Butch Woolfolk in the
second quarter that helped the
Oilers to a 14-3 halftime lead.
His 44-yard TD pass came with
9:52 left in the fourth quarter and
put the game out of reach of the
Packers.

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By ADAM SCHEFTER
Two wins over the weekend is
nothing unusual for most teams.
But for the Michigan field hockey
team, two wins is twice as many
as last year's total.
The Wolverines opened their
season on Friday with a 2-0
victory over Ohio University. For
ar encore, they won a second
game yesterday, a 1-0 shutout over
York University - quite an
accomplishment for a team that
has gone 2-27-7 the previous two
years.
BALL STATE, however,
defeated Michigan, 3-2, in
overtime.
"We are extremely pleased to
be 2-1 at this point of the season,"
said head coach Karen Collins.
"The girls have been working
very hard and we are just thrilled
about the wins."
Friday's win came against a
team that had started practicing
only four days in advance
(Michigan has been practicing
since August 20).
SENIORS Joan Taylor and
Lisa Murray, who have both seen
more than their fair share of
losses, provided the scoring punch
needed, while another senior,
Maryann Bell, turned away 10
shots.
"Friday's game was a good
game to start with because it
helped us get rid of the opening
game jitters," said Collins.
Saturday featured a tough loss
to the indoor national champions,
Ball State, a loss which revealed

just how far this team has come.
Judy Burinskas, one of fiv4
newcomers, was a bright spot,
scoring both Wolverine goals.
TO CLOSE the successful
weekend, Taylor scored the lone
goal in a victory over York
University. The win gave the
team a big boost of confidence and
some much needed preparation
for the upcoming Big 10 season.
"The Canadian teams are
known for their physicalplay.
York was a good test for us so
early in the season. We were up
for a hard fought game and we got
one. The girls are improving
with each game."
Just look at the record.

SCORES
NFL Footbafl
Detroit 13, Minnesota 10
Atlanta 31, New Orleans 10
Houston 31, Green BayS
L.A. Rans 16, St. Louis 10
Washington41, Philadelphia 14
Sun Francisco 34, Tanmpa Bay'7
San Dieg 50, Miami 28
New York Jets24,Buffalo 17
emar 38, L.A. Raiders 36
New England 38, Indianapolis 3
Kansas City 24,, Cincinnati 14
Seattle 34, Plttdiangh 0
Chicago 41, Ceveland 31
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Oakland 4 Detrot4
Boston 9, Minnesota 0
ChIcago 4,Toroato 3
Baliumm 8, Seattle 0
Milwaukee?, Cleveland 2
California?7, New York 2
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New York 6, San Diego 5 (#2)
Bai Francisco 1, Montreal 0
Philadelphia %, Los Angeles I
Pittsburgh 3, Atlanta 1
Cicago 11, Cinainnati 3
Husoa 6 St. Louis 3

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