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U. Navy Ties Pensn, 17, eriod uaryjand Bucknell Yard 94 First-Quartei Fumble Recovered on Foe's 3 Racing Sports Financia I Via II WIUI I An Indepehfrfe Sets Up Quakers' TD SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 26. 1952 94,677 See Trill 1 S. Calif. Win 'Unknown' Middie Sparks Comeback; Fumbles, Interceptions Foil Red-Blue Illustrated on Page 6 By ART 3IORROW Pennsylvania beat Navy at Franklin Field yesterday-but Navy also licked Pennsylvania.
The result was a 7-7 tie in a swirling battle of contrasting halves, and wild surges of emotions that fluctuated between hope and despair among 65,000 sun-basked spectators. It was Penn's second tie of the season. I Mich. Staie's Passes Jar Penn State, 34-7 Spartans Capture 20th Straight; Yewcic Pitches 3 Long TD Aerials Illustrated on Page 5 California Upset As Sears Makes 69-Yd, Punt Return Temple Drubs EAST LANSING, Oct. 25 (AP).
Tom Yewcic, brightest sparkler in Michigan State's 17-jewel backfield, flung 61, 56 and 45-yard touchdown passes today to push top- LOS ANGELES, Oct. 25 (UP). The Southern California Trojans punctured the myth of California's invincible backfield today by bottling up the great Johnny Olszewski and scoring a 10-0 upset victory before So dominant were the Quakers in the first two quarters that not once did they have to punt. At 10:52 of the initial period, on the second play after recovering a fumble, they sent burly Don Zim-mer barreling over from the two-yard line for a touchdown, and kept Navy penned if you'll pardon the nun within its con ranked Michigan State from behind to a 34-to-7 victory over h.f -I'v" kr fi' i 4 NYU, 34-7, as previously unbeaten but once-tied Penn State. Penn State meets the Univer sity of Pennsylvania at Franklin 94,677.
It was the unbeaten Trojans' sixth victory and the first loss for Calif orr in six games. Pour minutes after the game M'Kernan Stars fines until the final minutes of the half. started, tailback Jim Sears raced Field next Saturday. Quarterback Yewcic, unperturbed by a first period Penn State touchdown, calmly pegged Michigan State to its 20th straight victory longest winning streak the Nation's big colleges. But it was a cast iron Spartan line that gave him the protection he needed.
a punt back 69 yards and that was Colgate Halts Bucknell 28-0, After 17 in Row HEMPEL CONVERTS POINT But the Midshipmen recovered a Penn bobble on their six and the game, although the Trojans Illustrated on Page 2 By JOHN DELL Paul McKernan, sure-shot passer, added a field goal in the same per iod for protection. promptly marched 94 yards on a dozen plays late in the third stanza. and a pair of swift running backs In shutting out Calaornia for the first time since 1946, the Trojans At 13:16 fullback Fred Franco Iff 'VK' 1 stepped into the end zone to climax kept the Bears from crossing the 30- the drive's final maneuver a 3J yard stripe during the entire game despite their own failure to show a yard pass play engineered by a vir ground-gaining drive for a score. tTTWiiht imn r.TWTTO-TimmmiiniMWBMMM itmbimiiiiiii iiiiiiinri Tf i r-miniTr aiirrr tual unknown named bteve tcno derbek. BEARS LINE STRONG REVERSE SCORES 3d TD The sellout homecoming crowd of 51,162 saw the five-foot, 11-inch Yewcic a product of Conemaugh, Pa throw to end Doug Bobo and end' Ellis Duckett for 45 and 56-yard touchdowns in the second quarter.
And they saw him toss a 61-yard over-theshoulder scoring pass to Don McAuli3e in the fourth period. Michigan State coach Biggie When reserve end Bob Hempel, Tex Robinson and Ed Charters made homecoming an- enjoyabl occasion for 5000 yesterday in Temple Stadium. McKernan fired three touchdown passes and Robinson and Charters each scored twice as Temple trampled New York University's somewhat wilted Violets, 34-7. NYU TALLIES NEAR END Temple's better ground attack and Three times Southern California marched to the Bear five, or better, a one-time little All-American at Texas' Wharton Junior College, du By TSANK O'GARA Inquirer Sports Reporter LEWISBURG, Oct. 25 Bisons are not an extinct species, contrary to the opinion of many, but their long winning st reak today became a thine of ie past.
The only to have California stiffen and hold in the Golden Bears' best de plicated the feat of Penn's Carl Sempier by bisecting the uprights for the extra point, he became a big fensive effort of the season. But when it came to turning on an All-American in the eyes of the Navy Munn didn't get a chance to use all of his 17 backfield stars because of Penn State's stubborn play. Only even though he was simply acting in offense of its own, California couldn't get past Southern Califor 4 'rir-Lr Zrn behalf of injured Ned Snyder, who usually handles Annapolis' place- half of them got to run, right half' back Billy Wells scoring the third nia's defensive wall which stopped not only Olszewski, but also nullified the efforts of Bill Powell and Don Michigan State touchdown on a 26 vastly superior, air maneuvers ran the score up to 34-0 ore. the inferior, but dead game, visitors were permitted their touchdown with less than three minutes left in Temple's yard reverse around left end in the kicks. HERO FROM HERO AVE.
But the day really -belonged to Schoderbek. The 23-year-old first Johnson to get rolling. And only third period. twice was quarterback Billy Mais able to get off long passes that were Late in the fourth period Michi gan State second string quarter classman once intercepted seven fifth straight victory the five- complete. back, Willie Thrower, another Penn SEARS SCOOTS OVER sylvania product, hurled 26 yards to passes in a single game and turned in two successive no-hit baseball performances at Duquesne (Pa.) High School, but at the Naval Acad 17-game skein of triumphs owned by the Bucknell Biso is, that is.
The substantial sue cession of successes, built up over three seasons by the Thundering, Herd, was sent to the 'WTapped-up museum" by the crashing platoons of Colgate, 28-0, to the keen disappointment of a Homecoming Day audience of 12,000 "in sun-pain red Memorial Stadium. ZERO NET IX RUSHING So completely did the Red Raiders dominate the game after they took charge at the ginning of the second quarter that Bucknell, the East's record-breaking groundhog, netted exactly no yards rushing. Its advance of a mere 52 ards on terra firma was matched by' losses and it Sears electrified the huge' crowd as he took Tommy Keough's punt on the Southern Cal 31, sidestepped through the converging Bears and emy he had accomplished little to game series. McKernan, senior quarterback from gave one of his finest passing performances. He tossed 25 times and completed 14 for 215 of the 242 yards Temple made overhead.
The difference was made up by two connections by prove his. right to uve oil Hero ave where his parents' home stands in raced 69 yards to the touchdown, Leroy Bolden for a touchdown. Evan Slonac, who converted the first four times, missed this one. PENN STATE LINE HOLDS Michigan State, No. 1 in the weekly Associated Press poll, saw its vaunted offensive crumpled in the first period by the Penn State line.
Not until the very end of the first period did Michigan State get be the western Pennsylvania metropo lis. Until this year he ranked as a The little tailback picked up his blockers at the midstripe and by the time he reached the 30 he was in the clear. mere jayvee, and in Navy's four previous games this season he carried Carmen, Piccone. the ball iust 12 times for a total of Late in the period, wingback Al CHARTERS SNARES TWO yond midfield. Continued on Page 7, Column 3 McKernan's scoring strikes were Meanwhile, Penn State, ranked 17th in the Nation, popped into the 47 yards.
In short, there was nothing in the records to lead Penn to fear Schoderbek. The Quakers were watching Bob Cameron, the regular Navy quarterback, and prepared to stop for 34, 21 and 20 yards. The long one went to Duke Wuzzardo while Charters caught the other two. lead after recovering Wells' first per iod fumble, Dave Simon leaping on Robinson scored the other two Sports Blvsnits failed to make two first downs in any period. The Ferd's total of three stick-moving acts was split among running, passing and penalty advances.
It took Colgate until the last second of the first ha to cash in on a debatable touchdovm after a long succession of Alphonse-Gaston acts on fumbles and interceptions. Then Temple touchdowns on runs of 17 and four yards. Lee French con the ball on Michigan State's 26. The simplicity and the suddenness of the score stunned the crowd. It came on the first play, quarterback Tony Rados, of Steelton and a Notre Dame transfer, faking to throw Princeton Deals Cornell Eleven 5th Loss, 27-0 verted after the last four six-pointers.
NYU's touchdown came on a 28- it got in complete charge early injto the right, suddenly whipped the College FOOTBALL LOCAL yard connection from Ray Cadieux to George Boeschner, an end whose ball far to the left, where end Don seven receptions accounted for 103 Malinak waited all alone with no Randolph-Macon 13 Dresel 21 of NYU's 147 passing yards. TEMPLE SCORES EARLY Spartan within 15 yards. It was an easy trot to the end zone. Bill Leon Hamilton 32 Haverf ord 13 By JACK HAND National Aggies 38.. L.
I. Aggies 13 NavT 32 (150 lbs.) Penn 0 the third quarter on a strange safety for an 8-0 advantage. A TD interception against the gambling Bisons made it 15-0 shortly thereafter, whereupon ti game broke wide open. NO QUESTION OF SUPERIORITY There was no question of the superiority of the invaders from the Al Kawal's underlings made mo ITHACA. N.
Oct. 25 (AP). him from the tight-T and box-formation plays he favors. They did such a good job, in fact, that Navy had to turn to a split-T offense, and that's what brought Schoderbek into the game. 100 YARDS IN 21 TRIES He took the Red and Blue by surprise.
His touchdown pass to Franco was the only one of five aerials he completed, and he had one intercepted. But as a sliding quarterback using the pass as a threat, he wrought consternation in the ranks of the Quakers. He reeled off 100 yards in 21 carries, holding his own every time until on his 22d rush, and Navy's final offensive, gesture Ed Surmiak and Jack Shanafelt dumped him for a two-yard loss. Schoderbek. was the day's big ground-gainer, and almost alone he came close to beating Penn.
It was he who put Navy in position to try for a fourth-quarter field goal, and ard converted. Michigan State completed only two of its 10 first half passes, but both went for touchdowns. On the first, Bobo streaked down- Fullback Homer Smith, a line hur tions toward their second victory in six 1952 games in less than three minutes. Robinson glided off right Navy JV 28 Penn JV Penn 7 Navy Princeton 27 Cornell Princeton lbs.) tackle from NYU's 17 for the first dling junior from Omaha, scored three touchdowns today as Princeton's powerful single wing machine score with 3:44 gone. field beyond defender Don Bailey and tucked in Yewcic's pass on the Chenango Valley of New York, who Temple 34 1 NYU His romp ended a four-play, 47- Ursinus 6 Swarthmore sent Cornell reeling to its- fifth yard advance the first time the Owls 14.
BotD raced into the end zone, the play covering 45 yards. Then 4. minutes later Wells rac- got the ball. straight defeat, 27-0. Once again fumbles plagued The drive stemmed from the point STATE Allegheny 13 Grove City 12 Bloomsbur- 0 California STC 0 Boston U.
29 Lehigh 20 Continued on Page 5, Column 2 CorneU's sputtering offense while where Frank Sauchelli's poor punt angled out of bounds. Robinson started the move with a seven-yard burst off right tackle on a play Princeton drove for a score in each period in complete mastery of its old rival. frjA if A had lost only one previous game a 21-20 defeat by Harard last week. Eut it was only by th barest margin that they acquired the beachhead from which they oirated so successfully. It was Colgate which handed the Herd its last defeat.
23-12, in 1950, a week after Lehigh had dealt Bucknell its last prior home loss, 27-6. The debacle was a severe blow to the records of Bucknell's "Touchdown Twins," both of whom had broken the Eastern Football Association ground-gaining marks last somewhat similar to the one on except for the Quakers' superlative Carnegie 10 Case 0 Cheyney 38 Miner Tchrs. 6 Clarion 21 Indiana STC 12 Colgate 28 Bucknell F. M. 20 Albright 13 Gettysburg 32 Muhlenberg 7 Johns Hopkins 48 Susquehanna 20 which he later scored.
John Hadley hit the opposite tackle for 22 and SCORES IN SIX MINUTES Despirito Pilots 2 Victors, Raises Year's Total to 303 Charters picked up a yard before Robinson took off for the first score end, Eddie Bell, the Middies in the person of Hempel probably would have made it. "Bell," said Navy Coach Eddie Erdelatz afterwards, "was great." Lefty Bob Unger pitched a wobbly forward to Smith on a 16-yard scoring play after six minutes of play. Juniata 10 Dickinson Kutztown 28 Mansfield Smith dove over center from the one SALEM, N. Oct. 25 (UP).
Lebanon Valley 20 Moravian The incandescent double-platoon wingman, who played the entire in the second and again in the fourth Tony Despirito piloted Larry Ellis to Continued on Page Column 5 game both ways except for brief re victory in the $10,000 Rockingham from point blank range after George Lincoln 26 Delaware State Michigan State 34 Penn State Shippensburg 28 Slippery Rock W. J. 33 Thiel Kovatch recovered a Cornell fumble Park Handicap today and also booted Continued on Page 6, Column 6 in NYU's second defeat in four games, one of which was tied. 64-YARD TD MARCH Dick Stolte, Temple's kickoff specialist, booted wide on his conversion attempt. But Temple was off onto a whirlwind first period, which would boost it toward its highest scoring romp of the year.
The Owls scored again the next time they gained possession. And it was in this 64-yard, eight-play march that McKernan's Turning to its tricky buck lateral home two other winners to run his Waynesburg 36 St. Francis series in the third period, Princeton Westminster 7 Geneva total for the year to 303. The Nation's leading jockey turned Rich Race Taken By Straight Face LEXINGTON, Ky Oct. 25 (AP).
West Virginia 16 Pitt broke Earl Byrne into the clear for a fine 21-yard scoring run while In a strone stretch ride aboard Larry Braun Winner Over Deputy in 10 Yale 47 Lafayette Ellis as he hustled the lour-year-oia gelding to a three-quarter length Cornell chased the wrong man. TALLIES 20 FIRST DOWNS EAST Intercollegiate League victory over U. S. Navy in the feature. Straight Face, a biy son of Count Fleet, picked up the lead midway down the stretch and raced to a one Harvard 26 Dartmouth 19 passing began.
This was hardly as devastating as Princeton 27 Cornell 0 Larry Ellis raced in fourth place until turning for home. Then, the big gelding swung to the outside and last year's 53-15 thumping by Dick m. JMBi iimii iihii HTimnn iidirfm urn iifiinii Hig OTHER EAST Kazmaier and company but it was and three-quarter le ngth victory in the rich Breeders Futurity at Keene- American Int'l 41 New Britain 6 convincing in the statistical depart wore down U. S. Navy, who had set the pace all the way to the stretch.
Pictus finished third while Heutel, i Don Braun, 147. Baltimore, won the unanimous eight-round decision over Pottsville's Harry Deputy, 144 V4, last night in the weekly pro boxing feature at the Cambria. Braun was the aggressor throughout and had Deputy groggy in the third aad sixth rounds. Braun's nose began bleeding in the seventh. Referee Pete Pantaleo scored 7-1 ment.
Princeton rolled un 20 first Amnerst 0 wesieyan 0 land today. Second was Wood ale Farm's Jim Army 14 Columbia 14 downs to six and limited the Cornell ground game to a meek 26 yards. The Shadows Start and Royal Duke Arnold 18 Bridgeport 6 He threw to Charters from a third down and six situation to keep alive the drive with a 17-yard gain that-gave Temple a first down on the NYU 44. Then, when holding set back the Owls to their 40, Paul pitched again, to Robinson for 32 yards and another first on the Violets' 27. CIRCLES END TO TALLY From there on Temple stuck to brought up the rear of the small field.
miny Baxter by a neck over Dixiana Big Red lost the ball four times on Bowdoin 12 Colby 6 Brandeis 31 Wayne 19 Farm's Spy Defense. The choice for Despirito guided Larry Ellis over fumbles. Princeton had another touchdown The play that gave Navy its tying touchdown is caught by Inquirer Magic Eye Camera. Navy was on Penn's 33 when Steve Schoderbek hurled a long pass which (1) is coming down, with intended receiver Fred Franco waiting. Franco has gotten behind halfback Ken Smith (20).
Also shown are Navy end Jim Byrom and Penn safetyman Gary Scott (44). Now, (2) Franco is. about to catch it as he hits the five-yard line. (3) Smith has fallen but Scott leaps on Franco, hoping to dislodge the ball. (4) Franco falls across with Scott on his back.
for Braun. judge Joe Sweeney 6-2 Bridgewater 28 Gallaudet College 21 Champlain 21 Loyola of Montreal 6 neat pass from Unger to Frank the distance in 1:10 3-5. The winner, owned by Mrs. J. M.
Lingle, was the odds-on choice of a. getaway crowd of 18,367 and paid $3.80 for $2. and judge Bill Yancey, 4-2-2, McPhee in the second period nulli Cortland 45 Brockport 6 In prelims: BoDoy Brandt. 171. Fnuaaei- RD'ri nan Alvn 17(1 fled by a 15-yard penalty for holdine FMiaacipma.
1:4 Connecticut 25 Delaware 13 the 2-year-old classic, Mr. Paradise, was never better than sixth and finished in that posititn. The 13-horse race grossed $51,560 With the winner pick ng up $31,801.50. Straight Face pa $31.80, $16.60 and $11. He was timed in 1:23 3 for the seven furlongs.
(4); Bolden, Abrims. 133. Chester. TKOd.the ground. Robinson slipped It also missed fire on a 27-yard field Hobart 13 Union 7 Despirito also won the fifth race with Wild Fox at $3.40 and captured 13 to the goal attempt by Jack Newell who Earl Clemora.
132. Baltimore, deeisioned Mack through lei guard for t.ii. i t3 1. i i -t V. Hintinn 1 Maine 62 Bates 6 the seventh event with Eight Bells Montcl'r Tchrs.
45 Bayonne Navy 122. Ptiiiaaeipma, Tku i aweii. newer. 118. Continued on Page 2, Column 6 at $7.80.
Continued on Page 6, Column 5 Pennsgrove. K. 1:39 New Hampshire 28 St. Lawrence 19 New Haven Tchrs. 13.
Kings Point 7 Northeastern 40 Massachusetts 26 Rochester 41 RPI 14 Choice Armageddon Wins Maryland Jolt sLSU NX. Rutgers 19 Brown Springfield 35 St. Michaels 20 Purdue Jars Mini, 40-12, Passer Ties Big Teh Mark CHAMPAIGN, Oct. 25 (AP). Purdue's perfect-pitching Dale Samuels hurdled four touchdown passes three to glue- By a li' -Length at Camden For 18th Straight Victory Syracuse 20 Holy Cross 19 Trinity 41 Middlebury 14 Tufts 20 Williams 19 To Notre Dame Upsala 20 Adelphia '7 USCGA 10 WPI 2 Vermont 27 Norwich 26 COLLEGE PARK, Oct.
25 (UP) Mighty Maryland Louisiana State with pulverizing precision today as the un- Illustrated on Page 7 By FRED GALIANI Armaeeddon. the horse who entered yesterday's Garden State SOUTH BEND Oct. 25 (AP) fingered end Bernie Flowers to match a Big Ten record and crush Deaien Terrapins swept to a 34-6 triumph before 30,000. Wagner 40 College 14 favored Illinois. 40-12.
a Na- Stymied on many occasions by al Western Reserve 35 Buffalo 13 Fourth-down gambles by Ralph Guglielmi, a sophomore quarterback, tionally televised game today. bristling Tiger line, Jim Tatum's Texas Rolls Over Park's Benjamin Franklin Handicap with the highest amount of money earned ami was topweight, came out of it a half length on (top in one of the most thrilling The mini helped spoil tneir own MIDWEST Western Conference Terps rode to their onesided victory paid ofl on a game-turning touch homecoming before a capacity 71,119 Iowa Surprises Ohio State, 8-0 down today that opened the flood Iowa 8 Ohio State 0 at Memorial Stadium by pressing the versatile Boilermakers with a vir races of the season and $21,850 richer. The Cain Hoy Stable representative lugged his 122 pounds around 'Mississippi Trounces Arkansas, 34-7 gates for a 34-14 Notre Dame sweep over North Carolina. tual 8-man line that left. Illinois' IOWA CITY, Oct.
25 (UP). Rice Eleven, 20-7 HOUSTON, Oct. 25 (UP). Paced by the drives of fullback Richard Ochoa, Texas knocked Rice out of the. Southwest Conference contention today with a 20-7 victory be tneir 18th straight mainly on the cream-smooth pitching of quarterback Jack Scarbath.
Scarbath fired three touchdown passes, two of them to his giant end, Lloyd Colteryahn, as Maryland stormed to a 20-0 lead at halftime and buried LSU for keeps with two secondary a bewildered victim of Samuels' aerial wizardry. Michigan 21 1 Minnesota 0 Northwestern 23 Indiana 13 Purdue 40 Illinois 12 Big Seven Missouri 19 Iowa State 0 Nebraska 16 Colorado 16 With the score tied 7-7, Guglielmi Thinly manned Iowa, fighting like LITTLE ROCK, Oct. 25 (UP) the mile and a sixteenth and fought off repeated challenges to" come on began an aerial race with the clock Samuels, directing, a brilliant game the iron men of 13 years ago, battled to an 8-0 UDset triumDh over Ohio nd score after it looked like he was The passing of Lear and Tommy Spiers slasr ed Arkansas' de- at quarterback, completed 12 of 14 beaten. Only a length and a half just before the first half ended. He completed six tosses in a 75-yard scoring surge capped by a spectacu Oklahoma 49 Kansas State fore 66,000.
Ochoa was supposed to be slowed by injuries but apparently passes for 179 yards in his riddling of Illinois' air defense. more touchdowns in the third flense to ribbons today for a 34-7 separated the first five horses. State today in a Big Ten football battle before 44,659 homecoming he wasn't aware of it. Mamtaining their undefeated lar 10-yard touchdown toss to end Mississippi victory before 25.000. fans.
The Bengals were trailing by 34 Second was Belair Stud's Golden Gloves and a neck in back of him was Max Kclbaum's Jampol. Apheim He plowed through Rice's line Art Hunters stride in the Big Ten race with co- It was the worst eating Mississippi points when they finally scored In with the determination of a bull Iowa took a 2-0 lead with a safety in the second quarter and' plunged for a touchdown early in the fourth "ever administered 'hejrazorbacks in leader Michigan, the Boilermakers struck for two touchdowns in each During the drive he brought rounds of cheers from 54,338 fans Missouri Valley Conference Oklahoma A. M. 21 Detroit 6 OTHER MIDWEST Adams State 13. New Mexico MIL 13 Akron 14 Wooster 14 Albion 41 7 Alfred 34 Hofstra 21 Alma 37 Ferris 7 tne last quarter.
Al Doggett, a mighty figure in defeat, set it up Stable's Quiet Step was fourth, only a nose away and three-quarters of a length before Brandywine Stable's 16 meetings of the two teams. of the first two periods and had the as he twice decided to gamble on to down the Nation's loth-ranking with a 61-yard sprint to the 18, and Arkansas 7 7 fourth down with one yard to go. 14 13 34 game in hand at 27-6. It was a third straight league vic Referee team and perform what fans con sidered a near-miracle. second-string quarterback Cliff Fullback Neil Worden made good on ARKANSAS SCORING: Touchdown Jum dozer, usually ending his drives by draggins two and three tacklers for an extra yard or two.
Rice 0 i 0 1 Texas 7 13 0 0 20 RICE SCORTNO Touchdown; DnnieJa. Point after touchdown Fenstemaker. TSXA8 SCORING Touchdowns Dawaoo, Qutnn. Graham. Point titer touchdowns Uiwos a.
Armageddon was the favorite and Stringfleld tossed a seven-yard pass Chan. Point after tcucidown Mazza. MISSISSIPPI SCORING: Touchdowns Howell, tory for Purdue which next Saturday one try and Gugielmi, a 180-pounder, low OS 8 0 -Vesterman. DiUard. Bridges.
Points Ohio SUte IOWA BCORINO): Safety indsej. Touchdown Breeder, Continued on Page 7, Column 7 Continued on Page 5, Column iter toucnoown Lear 4. Continued on Page 2, Column 2 Continued on Page 2, Column 2 Continued on Page 2, Column 7 tav i w-.
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