House football playoffs


Lifted by a 20-point bonanza in the third quarter, the Dallas Cowboys but-chered the Buffalo Bills last night at Texas Stadium, 27-14. Quarterback Danny White combined with Tony Dorsett and Tony Hill for two touchdowns and Rafael Septien added a field goal and two extra points in the 15-minute rally.

The win moves Dallas into a tie with the Philadelphia Eagles for first place in the NFC East with a 8-2 record. The Bills dropped to 6-4 on the year and trail the Miama Dolphins by 1 1/2 games in the AFC East.


Cleveland 102, Chicago 101


Quebec 5, Detroit 3

Recommended Articles

Crimson Leans Toward Dallas
Come the night of January 31, the better part of America will be huddled around a television as the Buffalo
No Negroes Report Hotel Trouble For Alumni Meeting in Atlanta
No Negro alumni have reported objections to accommodations in Atlanta., Ga., the annual meeting of the Associated Harvard Club next
Kate Leist around the watercooler
Around the Water Cooler: Smart Kids Go to Harvard and Horses Go to Brown
Lilo and Zych
Long Road Ahead to the Dallas Cowboys
Lin and Knicks Falter Again
After a tough, overtime loss to the Boston Celtics on Sunday, Jeremy Lin and the Knicks were not able to bounce back against the Dallas Mavericks on Tuesday night.
Keith Wright '12 Joins Dallas Mavericks Summer League Team