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I i es THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER SunoV, October 21, 19M Pape 70 Sporli Section Kentucky Blanks LSU, 14-0, In SEC Contest BAMA EASY Line Too Tough, Cadets Bow, 7-0 Syracuse Army's Terps Are Beaten By Tarheel Club; Pitt Defeats Duke ByAUe Alexander CHAPEL HILL, N. Oct. 20 (AP) Sophomore quarterback Dave Reed gave the University of North Carolina an explosive scoring punch today as the Tar Heels defeated Maryland, 34-6, in an Atlantic Coast Conference foot Statistics ttratuM A'T Firit 4twnt 11 II Kushini yardaeo 336 15 Pissinf yareet 7 4J Passes attemptee I I PatKS CMipitttf 1 1 Passes intercepted fcf I tints Puntine everaee "I Fumbles last I Tarda Penalised Statistics Ml firs dawns It shint yardeia US 14ft Peinttt yerdeee ft 117 Passat attempted ft Passes completed ft Passes Intercepted ky 1 I Punts 4 3 Piinthtf averaie ...33 13 NmHes last I ft Yards penalised ft asky, was taken out of the game two minutes before the halt ended and Bourland played the remainder of the game. Ky-aky was severly jarred by a Syracuse tackle, although apparently not seriously injured. Jyrecuse 0 7 0 0-7 Syracuse Scoring: Touchjdorfns Ridion (5, run).

Conversion: Brown. Houston Is Winner As 13-0 Loss Falls To Oklahoma STILLWATER, Oct. 20 (UP) Houston University scored two first-half touchdowns, then held Oklahoma to a draw the second half for a 13-0 Missouri Valley Conference victory today before 23,000 rain-soaked home-coming fans. Fowrrefu! Houston scored its first tally with 3:40 gone when fullback Bonnie Caraway plunged over from the two. The touchdown was set up by an SYRACUSE, N.

Oct. 20 "(UP) A rigid Syracuse line held Army to a fourth-period standstill on the one-foot mark today to preserve a 7-0 victory before a record crowd of more than 40,000 at Archbold Stadium. Hard-running Syracuse halfback Jimmy Brown set up the only score on a 36-yard second-period run, and the evenly matched teams staged a battle of rock-hare lines throughout the remainder of the game. Army threatened only twice, in the third period and again on a 67-yard drive to the Syracuse one-foot mark with less than three minutes left to play. The Orangemen took the ball on downs and ran it to Army's 41 as the game ended.

The Syracuse line crumbled only once, in the third period yards to the five-yard line. Army quarterback Dave Bour-land flipped a hark ward pax to halfback Bob Monger, who missed the ball. Munger picked it up back on the 20 and was downed on the 31 for a 26-yard loss. Brown, U.e Syracuse workhorse, gained 125 yards in 22 carries to lead the ground-gainers on both teams. His 30-yard run took the ball to the Army five and on the next play halfback Jim Ridlon carried over for the score at 8:21 of the second quarter.

Brown converted. The touchdown came at the end of an 80-yard march during which not a single pass was thrown. Brown gained 51 yards, Ridlon 10 and fullback Coffin 19 as the three shared ball-handling equally. The Army threat in the final period started when halfback Oil Rocsler broke loose on the Cadet 44 and ran the ball 39 yards to the Syracuse, 17. Army worked the bait to the Syracuse one In four carries.

However, the Syracuse line held for three downs and then took possession. Army's halfback Mike Morales fumbled on the kick-off opening the game and Syracuse recovered on the Cadet's 30. The Orange was unable to gain any more than seven yards dur-ing the next four plays and a series of six punt exchanges, throe by each team, followed. Although most of the first period was played in Army territory, both teams were evenly matched and 13 minutes passed before Syracuse made the Initial first down of the game and the only one of the first period. Army's quarterback, Bob Ky- 1 Aggie fumble on the 22, and Houston required only four plays to snore.

Quarterback Don Flynn converted. The Cougars scored again late in the second period after Intercepting an Aggie pass on the 37. Four plays later, In a downpour, quarterback Sammy Blout passed from the 8 to right end Buddy Boek for the score. p.m. I 8:30 Shop Monday END RUN BUT WRONG END UP Two Illinois tacklers Bent Minnesota back Ken Bombardier head first into the turf on an end run try in the first quarter yseterday.

Bombardier made-four yards carrying the ball to Minnesota's 43. Tackling Bombardier were Dale Smith (44) and Paul Adams (72). AP Wirephoto. 0x30 a.m. to Ohioans Lead Tigers Sale! Men's Sim tex To 28-20 Triumph (7, pass from Benham); Snraker 2 (13, run; 69, pass-run from Benham); Senium 2, piunge).

riadge, Ott. Just ami dry! FENX TAKES BROWN PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 20 CT) An alert Penn team turned loose an unexpected aerial attack today to beat Brown 14-7 in an ivy league football game before 15,716 fans in Franklin Field, racking up its second victory in four starts after a 19- game losing streak. Capt. Pete Keblish was th? man of the hour for Penn along with pass-pitching quarterback Rich Ross and jack-of-all-tradei Frank Riepl, the halfback who romped for a breathtaking 108-yard opening i score against Notre Dame last year.

Ross submarined over for the payoff score in the third period Riepl scored the other on a 18-yard pass from Ross. For Vol Squad Majors and Carter Stand Out As Tennessee Is Victor By 24-0 LEXINGTON, Oct. 20 JF) Louisiana State gambled twice and lost both times tonight when its misfired daring set up scoring drives that led to a 14-0 Kentucky football victory. The winless Bayou Bengals twice went for first downs they couldn't achieve and Kentucky wrapped its first opportunity into a 54-yard scoring drive and its second into a 60-yard touchdown excursion. Statistics LSU 102 7S 24 0 7 45 4 0 10 Kentucky 12 )M 13 1 3 te 37 1 100 irit down! tiihini yardaee Psisine yerdae Pastes attempted Puses completed Pesies intercepted br fvnH 7T.

Puntlne averaie Fumbles lost Veres penalised It was a bit of darinsr bv Junior quarterback Kenny Rob ertson, too, that kept Kentucky's first hope alive. Faced with a fourth down and five situation at midfield, Robertson passed 4 yards to halfback Billy Mitchell to keep the threat going and later set up the score with a 17-yard throw to Jim I'rbaniak at the 10. Woody Herznc went three yards around his right end for the tally, and Delmar Hughes converted for a 7-0 half-time lead. The scoring march material ized after LSU, needing only inchps for a first down, sent Jimmy Taylor into the line and missed. Trying desperately through the air in the last period, Louisiana State failed at the Kentucky 40 and surrender the ball, igniting an 11-play Ken tucky march that ended with Mitchell going over from the four.

Hushes a train converted, this time with only 52 seconds left. LSU had only one real opportunity, getting to the Kentucky 10 in the last round. But three successive passes by M. C. Reynolds fell incomplete and Kentucky took over.

Strictly a ground team up to now, Robertson put some spice In the Kentucky attack by completing five of IS passes for 66 yards, nearly twice what Kentucky had gained through the air in Its four previous Southeastern Conference games. Louisiana State gave Kentucky's pass defenders a real wnrkniit, throwing 24 times, but completing only six and losing three more by interceptions. isu o-o Kentucky 0 7 0 7-14 Kentucky Scorinai Touchdowns Hcrioa (3, end Mitchill (4, end run). Conversions! Hushes 2. KNOXVILLE, Oct.

20 Johnny Majors and Al Carter, Tennessee's talented tailback two-some, treated 27,500 fans to some dazzling running today as the Vols defeated Alabama 24 to 0 in a Southeastern Conference football game. The fleet little halfbacks ac-counted for 183 yards rushing and passing to pick up seventh ranking Tennessee's fourth victory of the season and hand Alabama its 17th loss in a row. Statistics lhme Tennessee first downs 11 luihine yardaee 11 Passim yardeae 8V 15 70 13 7 4 13 4 0 10 Pisses attempted 31 Passei ctmpletet Pisses intercepted by Punts Puntint aertee Fumbles lost Yards peraliied 0 7 0 1 10 Majors, showing no ill effects from a shoulder Injury that had sidelined him a week, Faced 43 yards for one touchdown and engh.eered another while playing less than 20 minutes. The 162-pound All-America candidate ran nine times for 59 yards and completed three of five passes for 32. He averaged 45 yards on four kicks.

Carter, Majors' understudy, sped 44 yards for one touchdown and knifed from the one for a second. He netted 54 yards on line runs and connected with four of seven passes for 38. Fullback Tommy Branson plunged from the two to complete the Vols' scoring. As usual, Alabama's spit-T-offensc ground out plenty of yardage, but Tennessee's defenses stiffened once in sight of the Vol goal. Alabama, which hasn't won a game since it whipped Tennessee 27 to 0 here two years ago, drove down to the Vol two in the second period but lost the ball on downs.

Alabama 0 0 0-0 Tennessee 6 6 6 6-24 tennesse Storinji louchdowns-Bronson (2, olunse). Carter 2 (44, run; pluntje); Mniors (43, run1. Rough Riders Win OTTAWA, Oct. 20 (UP) The Ottawa Rough Riders just about clinched their first Big Four Football League play-off spot since 1931 today by downing the Toronto Argonauts, 37 to 2G, at I-ansdouiie Park. The victory gave the Rough Riders a four-point lead over Toronto with two games remaining.

It meant that Toronto would have to win both its remaining games while Ottawa was dropping a pair to gain a tie for the third and last playoff spot. ball game before 21,000. Reed had a hand in three touchdowns in the romp that gave coach Jim Tatum his first victory in his innitial season as North Carolina mentor after leading Maryland to the Gridiron Heights. The loser was Maryland coach Tommy Mont, a Tatum pupil and former assistant. Reed passed for a touchdown in the first period, plunged over from the one for another in the seeon quartei, and tossed a 17-yard pass to end Charlie Robinson in the third quarter for his third tally.

Another Tar Heel sophomore, Emil Decantis, finished off the scoring with a two-yard end run in the first period, and a 7-yard scoring jaunt in the last quarter. Maryland's scoring resulted from a passing offensive led by quarterback Fred Petrella who found Chuck Beck and end Al Beardsley his favorite targets. The Maryland touchdown dr've featured a 9-yard run by Ralph Hawkins, Petrella passes to Beck and Hawkins for seven yards, and a 17-yard toss from Petrella to Beardsley. That put the ball on the Tar Heels 30. Petrella then tossed a touchdown pass to Beardsley in the enr zone.

Maryland ..0 0 0-6 North Carolina ..13 7 7 7-34 Maryland 5coringi Touchdowns-Bcardsley (27, pass). North Carolina Scoring: Touchdowns-Jim Jones' (22, passjj Decantis 2, runi 7, run); Seed (I. run); Robinson (18, pass). Conversions: Blazer 3, Vale. NORFOLK, Oct.

20 Big Joe Walton, tabbed for two seasons as the best end in eastern football, made two great catches of passes today and led Pittsburgh to a 27-14 victory over Duke in the tenth and perhaps the most exciting of Norfolk's Oyster Bowl games. Although Corny Salvaterra was awarded the trophy as the game's most valuable player, it was Walton's catching that provided the deciding points and the biggest thrills for a sellout crowd of at B'orman Field. Walton, son of an old-time Pitt star, grabbed one on the four-yard marker and slashed his way across the goal for a 28-yard gain that put the Panthers ahead. Just a couple of minutes he made a beautiful catch and fake on the Dukq 46 and left the Blue Devils defense almost flat-footed as he raced for the deciding touchdown. I Duke, dominating the game through most of the last half, HADY.TO.IN5TALI CHUU VISTA AND ill Cf ft got its two scores on long runs, then yielded a final insurance touchdown in the last period as Pitt smashed its way 73 yards down the field in a belated display of power.

tuke 7 0 7 0-14 Pitt 0 20 0 7-27 Duke Scoring; Touchrjowns-llenay (97, run); Rushton (77, run). Convtrsionsi lass, Rusnton. Pitt Scorinj: Touchdowns-Salvattfrt '(7, run); Walton 2 (28. pass-run from Salve-terra; S9, pass-run from lewis); OiFasaualt (I, run). Conyersionsi Bagemery, lewis, Salvaterra.

Hayes Takes Blame For Bucks Defeat By Penn Staters COLUMBUS, Ohio, Oct. 20 (UP) -Coach Woody Hayes of the Ohio State Buckeyes, after his team's 7-6 upset loss to Penn State today, said "Don't blame the kids I lost the game with my dumb decisions." Hayes had reference to sending 12 men onto the field for an extra point try that could have resulted In a 7-7 tie with the Nittany Lions. The Bucks drew a five-yard delay-of-game penalty and the important conversion kick went wide of the goal post by-a foot V'vt Another costly delaying penalty was stepped off Earlier In the fourth wl.n the Buckeyes had the ball on the 24 in a fourth and one situation, and had to punt out. Penn State marched the Hick, which only went to the Bucks' 43, back to score their only touchdown of the game. "Both teams had chances," Hayes said.

"They took advantage of theirs." Coach Rip Engle, bubbling over with joy, pointed to his heart and said, "Here's how we won it, on heart." TEA COCKTAIL CANAPES and HORS-d'oiuvrsi DECORATID SHEET CAMS LAYER CAKES CAU far further infermetian Gwendolyn Goodc PL 1-8141 OWH PACKAGES FOR AIMLANII RIVtKSIDI, CALIFORNIA PRINCETON, N. Oct. 20 iP) Tailback Tom Morris ran for three touchdowns passed for a fourth on a spectacular 53-yard play today to cany Princeton to a 28-20 football victory over Colgate before 32,000 at Palmer Stadium. The 183-pound junior from Columbus, Ohio, wearing the "49" jersey of Kojce l'lippin, after his own was torn from his back, also made a dramatic "save" with a goal-line Interception in the fourth period and set up the final, clinching score with a punt which fell dead on the Colgate six. Princeton, fighting back from a 20.14 half-time deficit, scored in each of the four pe-riods eti the individual brtt- liance o( their talented tailback, who brought back memories of the great Dick Kaz-maier and Glippin, both graduated.

Morris hit end Bob Kent with a 53-yard pass in the first period to start the Princeton scoring and then climaxed touchdown drives which he himself spearheaded with touchdown runs of 5, 12 and 3 yards all on wide sweeps. He hit on nine of his 13 passes for 97 yards and rolled up 63 yards in 16 carries Coloele 7 13 0 0-20 Princeton 7 7 7 7-28 Cotot Scorini Touchdowns-Call 2 (1, plunge; 3, run); Randall (10, pass from Merlin). Conversions; Martin 2. Princeton Scoring; Touchdowns Kent (53, pass-run from Morris); Morris 3 (5, run; 12, run, 3 run). Conversionsi Nystrom 3, tiley.

YALE BEATS CORNELL NEW HAVEN, Oct. 20 CD-Unbeaten Yale moved to the top of the Ivy football league by halting winless Cornell 23-7 in the bowl today. The triumphant Ellis appeared to apply the pressure only when necessary. Some 32,000 persons saw Yale, paced by fullback Steve Ackerman, who tallied twice, score in all the second quarter. Cornell's only touchdown was registered midway in the final period by Art Boland against Yale subs.

Vale struck early in the first and third periods and again late in the third quarter for its first three touchdowns. Ackeman and Boland registered in the final. The Elis went in front early in the pening quarter when Denny McGill raced 23 yards for a touchdown. Yale rolled up two more scores in the third period. The first came when A) Ward plunged over from the one and the other when Acker-man climaxed an 87-yard drive, also by crashing over from the one.

Cornell 0 0 0 7-7 Yale 6 0 12 7-25 Cornell Scoring; Touclidans-Boland (6, run). Conversion; Dolsnd. Yale) Scorlno; Touchdowns; McGill (23, runl; ward (1, plunge); Ackerrgen 2 (1, plunge, 4, run). Corry. LIONS MOKE VPI'LI) NEW YORK, Oct.

20 Claude Benham was the near- or' thing to a one-man gang today as he passed, ran or set up all four touchdowns In Columbia's 26-20 upset victory over favored Harvard in an "fvy League football game today. The victory, first for the Lions this season, snapped an 11-game losing streak. Benham climaxed a brilliant all-around performance by completing a 89-yard touchdown play to Kd Spraker In the final three minutes, enabling the Lions to overcome a 30-19 Harvard lead. Harvard 11 0 0 7-20 Columbia 0 13 6 7-26 Harvard Scorinj; Touchdowns liken-berry (35, interception); Stehure (14, pen from Simourian) Simoufien (10, run). Conversions! Stehure 2, Columbia Scorirw Tsucbdowni-Siwp- Here's the Career with Challenge and Reward DESIGN ENGINEERS TOOL PLANNERS TOOL DESIGNERS LOFTSMEN JIG I FIXTURE BUILDERS TOOL I DIE MAKERS Because of new, long-range commercial and military contracts, Rohr in Chula Vista and Riverside, California, offers permanent career openings to qualified men with aircraft experience in the above fields.

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