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State Gets 9-3 Victory At Houston Furlow-To-Burrcll Pass Saves Maroons By LEE BAKER Dally News Sports Editor RICE STADIUM, Houston, Tex. Overcoming everything the elements, the breaks and most important of all, the Houston Cougars Mississippi State slashed from an 0-3 deficit with just over two minutes of play remaining to a 9-3 victory. An estimated 15,000 turned out Here -Saturday night to see the Cougars try to check a two-game losing string against Southeastern Conference opposition. Not nearly that many were around at the finish however, when State staged its fantastic comeback to apply for a third straight S.E.C. setback on Houston for a terrific rain-storm washed over the stadium in the second half. A Houston field goal early in the first half, coming after recovering its own punt that had bounced off a Maroon, held up almost all the way. Not until Cougar Coach Bill Yeoman elected to give State two points on a safety with Bobby Brezina kneeling in the end zone on a punting situation did State score. STATE TALLY" But that tally with 2:10 left was immediately followed by a touchdown thrust from a free kick with Quarterback Charlie Bob Furlow passing long through the drizzle to Halfback Odie Burrell covering 24 yards. First downs were even at 10 apiece. Houston had a 161-131 rushing advantage led by Joe Lopasky's 94 on 17 carries. Mack-ie Weaver led State with 53 on 10. State hit only eight of 20 passes with three intercepted for 79 yards to Houston's 2 of 10 for 10. Furlow completed only five of 15 for 58 yards and Sonny Fisher three of five for 21. Burrell, held to 24 yards rushing, had three catches for 32 yards including the game winner. Despite a heavy rain only a couple of hours before game time, the field was in excellent con First down Rushing vardaae Passing yardage Passes Passes intercepted Punts Fumbles lost Yards penalized Stat Houston 10 10 131 11 79 10 -20 110 3 0 8-38.9 11-27.6 1 0 45 45 Ole Miss Shuts Out Tulane In Main-Swept Stadium 210 dition from the protection of a taip, but that didn't help the Maroon passing game. The State coaches had been concerned that their aerials might be hampered if the deluge continued. PASSING DANGEROUS Instead it was quite as dry as a passer might want but it was Cougars doing mast of the catching. Furlow had two intercepted, the first setting the stage for Houstons early field goal and the second stifling a Maroon threat near the ougar goal line, and Fisher had one picked off that killed a scoring chance just before the half. The first Houstori interception by Paul Reinhardt near midfield put State on the defensive only three plays from the opening kick-off. The Maroons held after the Cougars worked in as far as the 30 so Brezina lofled a punt that in a melee at the State 1 1 bounced off State's Howard Benton and was convened by Houston End Hoi st Paul. Three plays gained a scant yard but the Texans were so close that Bill McMillian had no task kicking a field goal from 25 yards out. That 3-0 Houston edge held up down the halftime as State either faltered on its own or was rebuffed by interceptions or penalties. Furlow had great difficulty, - - Continued On Page 3B Dabbs Scores Two Tossed By Griffing By WAYNE THOMPSON Clarion-Ledger Sports Editor Handicapped by a rainy night, a slow start and perhaps memories of another such evening here in Jackson against Tulane, the Ole Miss Rebels took to the air Saturday night and defeated the Green Wave 21 to 0. Quarterback Glynn Griffing passed twice to end Woody Dabbs, for 10 and 21 yards in the second and third periods, and soph quarterback Jim Weatherly tossed 15 to soph end Billy Carl Irwin in the fourth period for the scores. Halfback Chuck Morris ran for I a two-pointer after the first touch-1 down, following a wide snap from ! center, while Wes Sullivan boot-1 ed a one-pointer after the second. ! Tulane whose moniker of Green Wave seemed apporiate for this damp evening, never got any sort of real threat going after the First downs Rushing yardaae Passinq yardage Passes Passes intercepted by Punts Fumbles tost Yards penalized Mississippi Tulane l IS K4 7?0 0 1-3? t I ? started falling some 45 before the kickoff and 1?3 31 0 3 54 minutes raincoat opening minutes of play when the ; salesmen did a booming business. ureenies crove irom meir own , So did the Tulane offense, in 31 to the Ole Miss 14 before a GALLOPING REBEL Ole Miss Rebel Fullback Freddy Roberts (42) speeds past a fallen Tulane defender, guard Mike Calamari (64), as other Greenies, Sammy Camp (22), back Larry Mclntire (24) and guard Buck Landry (60), move into the play. Rebel guard Rodney Mattina (64) is on the ground, left, along with teammate Tommy Lucas (69). Action came near the end of the first quarter. Staff photo by Perry Nations. FOOTBALL SCORES Southerners Stomp 'Pack By ROBERT FULTON Clarion-Ledger SportR Writer LADD STADIUM, MOBILE Second string Fullback Gerald Wilson is usually called upon by Southern Mississippi to get long'yardage with his booming punts. Last night he came through with a pair of clutch one-yard touchdown smashes to get the Southerners off and running to a 30-0 victory over North Carolina State. The game, the only college at Sip (Dmir fumble on third down killed the threat. Otherwise the Greenies showed the same lack of finesse as they had in four previous games, all defeats at the hands of such clubs as Stanford, Texas, Alabama and Miss. State. FANS LEAVE One quick oddity comes to mind and that is: more people were in the stands before the kickoff than at the end of the first period. The rain started falling about 45 minutes before the kickoff but did not really pick up in intensity until the second period. By then many fans had already left. A crowd estimated at 23.000 was present, at odd times, while it tftc ClacionLcDgcr Jackson daily news i Sunday, October 21, 1962 SECTION B those opening minutes of play. After a penalty killed any Reh hopes on their first chance. Tulane mixed its plays beautifully between the shotgun and straight "T", between runs and passes, and moved In the Rebel 14 from its own 31 in 12 plays. But, a Miller handoff was fumbled and Dabbs recovered for Ole Miss at the 19. Ole Miss made just one first down in the initial period, this on the final play, but Roberts ! fumbled after geeting 13 and Mc-! Intire recovered for Tulane at ;the Rebel 43. j REBEL MARCH j Tulane quick-kicks from the I spread and booming big kirk punts by Dunn marked time as was the opinion that certainly the rain started falling appreci VAUGUT RELIEVED STATE Ole Miss. 21. Tulane 0 Miss. Stat 9, Houston 3 Miss. College 23. Jacksonville 0 Delta State 15. Howard 8 U. Southern Miss. 30. N.C. St. 0 LSU Frosh 13. Ole Miss. Frosh 0 Alcorn 39. Texas Southern 15 Miss. Vocational 43, Jarvis 15 Southern U. 19. Jackson St. 14 JUNIOR COLLEGE Northwest 7. .lones 0 Pearl River 2fi. Holmes 7 HIGH SCHOOL Murrah I, Tuoelo 6 (Tie) SOUTH LVJ 7, Kentucky 0 Auburn 17, Georgia Tech 14 Alabama 27, Tennessee 7 Florida 4J, Vanderbilt 7 Virginia 14 Wake Forest 11 Duke 16. Clemsnn 0 Florida State IB. Georgia 0 North Carolina 1?. South Carolina 14 William Mary Jl. Furman 7 Florida St, 111, Georgia (1 Chattanooga 34, Middle Tenn. 13 Arkansas Slate 14. The Citadel 7 Virginia Military JO, Davidson 7 West Virginia 77, George Washington 75 Sewanee 30. Randolph Macon 8 N W. La 19, La Tech 7 La. College 12, S.W. La. t SE. La. 13, N.E. La. U Tampa 10, Presbyterian 0 Favettevllle St. 14, St. Augustine College i Flsk 16, Howard 12 East Tennessee St. 29. Wntlnrd 14 Johnson C. Smith 33, Shaw 6 Washington & Lee 22. Johns Hopkins I Florence St. 27. Troy St. 6 Alabama A.&M. 26, Knoxvllle College 0 Biuetieid St. 24, West Virginia St. 19 Concord 13, Sheoherd 12 Savannah St. 33, Benedict College 14 Emory & Henry 20, Hamorlen Sydney 0 Ft. Campbell 17, Camo Leleune 0 Guilford 19, Frederick 10 North Carolina A&T 32, Winston Silem Tchrs. 6 O SOUTHWSST Tas 7, Arkansas 3 Snuttiern Methodist 11, Rice T Texas Christian 20, Teaj AM 14 Bavlor 28, Texas Tech 6 East Texas 2. Howard Payne 0 North Texas St. 14. Cincinnati Gramhllnq 23, Prairie View A.&M. 15 Arkansas A M 9. Wiley 7 Central Oklahoma St. 42, Northwest Oklahoma St. ft teste New Mexico JJ, Cola. Western 7 Terletnn 14, Henderson 12 New Mexico Highland 26, Ahllent Christian ?0 Trinidad 14 Mesa I) Eastern New AAexlee U. J3, Colorado Western 7 West Texas St. 20. New Mexico St. 13 Tarieton St. 13. Hendesron St. 1J Arlington St., 25. McMurray U MIDWEST Northwestern 18 Ohio St. 14 Michigan St. 31 Notre Dama 7 Purdue 37. Michigan 0 Iowa St 57, Colorado 19 Oklahoma 13, Kansas 7 Wisconsin ,12, Iowa 14 Missouri 23, Oklahoma St. 4 Tulsa 75, Louisville 7 Nebraska 26. Kansas St. 4 Minnesota 17, Illinois 0 John Cflrro'l 26 Ailcohenv 0 Baldwin-Wallace 3. Kenyon 14 Youngstown 16. Albright 7 Akrnn 42, Wooster 0 Dpnison 7 Wt. Union 6 Depauw 30, Centre 8 Indiana Central 47, Franklin 42 Drake 10, Wichita 0 Emporia 34. Bfthel (Kan.) i Coe 18. Cornell College 0 I Grinnell 22, Beloit 0 Western Michigan 21, Toledo 0 j Kalamazoo 19, tf.oion 12 i Southeast Missouri St. 21, Southwest Mis- ! souri St. 0 Valparaiso 7. Evaosville 0 Illinois St. Normal 4, Northern MicW- I gan 0 Wayen St. 0, Western Reserve Milhken 21, North Park 0 i Xavier (Ohio) 23, Dayton 6 Central Michigan 24. Eastern Michigan fl Illinois Wesleyan 10, Augustana 7 j Concordia 7, Illinois (Chicago! U. 7 I Carroll (Wise ) 19, Lake Forest 7 Rowling Green 45, Kent St. 6 Ohio U. 12, Miami (Ohio) 6 Whitewater St. 38, Wisconsin (Mil. Branch) 6 Omaha 35, Emporia St. 7 Ripon 15, Lawrence 14 Warrensburg 13, Northwest Mo. St. 0 Hope 26. Eastern Illinois 7 WEST Brioham Young 27, Montana t Washington 14, Stanford 0 Utah 7, New Mexico 7 Washington St. 2'. Indiana 15 Montana St. 33, Idaho 15 Wyoming 31, Arizona 8 Snuthern Calif. 32. Calif. 6 Oregon 35, Air Force 20 Arlrona St. 21, California Polv JO Oregon St. 40, Univ. of Pacific 6 San Francisco State 14, Nevada 14 Lewis S, Clerk 28, Oregon Education 0 Utah State 21, Colo. State Univ. 0 Redlands 22, Pomona 12 Carroll Monf, 22, Northern Montana 4 Whitworth 32, Central Wash. 0 Puget Sound 19, Eastern Wash. 0 Sacramento Slate 40, Chlco 23 Snuthern Oregon 39, Eastern Oregon 7 Rocky Mountain 74, Montana Mines 13 Western Montana 26, Eastern Montana a Ulah St. 21, Colorado St. 0 Llnfield 28. Whitman 7 Callt. 28, Whitman 7 Calif. Aggies 7, Humboldt St. 0 Sacramento St. 40, Chicago 23 Laverne 48, California Tech 0 traction of the season for Ladd Stadium, was witnessed by a disappointing 10.502 fans. It was a close 7-0 affair through two quarters, but Tie Vann's Southerners turned it into a runaway in the second half. Aside from scoring I'SM's first two TD's. Wilson booted a 29-yard field goal, kicked two extra points and intercepted the pass which set up his fourth quarter 3-pointer. After Sonny Holmes had directed the second unit on the first two scoring marches, starting Quarterback Billy Coleman cracked up and threw- for the second two, pitching 11 yards to End Billy Lyons for TD No. 3 and 44 yards to Tommy Walters for the fourth tally. TOP RANKING The Southerners insured their No. 2 small college ranking (UPI poll) by copping their fifth win in six starts. Southern wasted little time staging the game's first threat, moving 60 yards to the NC State 20 where the drive was stopped on a fourth - and two play. Coleman's 16-yard pass to Billy Lyons and a 20-yard pass interference penalty on another Coleman toss were the big plays. Linebacker Shelby Mansfield broke through to trip up Sklopan on the crucial fourth down play. F,nd .Jim Barbaree figured prominently in Southern's The second unit, which had arrived on the scene a couple minutes earlier, went to work. On second down. Sonny Holmes fired a pass to Ben Willoughby which covered 40 yards and attained a first down at the nine. Willoughby got five, Wilson one and Coleman (who had just re placed Holmes) got another, mov-1 ing to the one. It was fourth and ; goal and the Southerners called j on Wilson. He rammed over left I Wet Rebel Win Was Below Par By CARL WALTERS Clarion-Ledger Staff Writer "Man: I'm glad that one's over," said Ole Miss Coach Johnny Vaught as he shod his dripping-wet clothes in the Rebel locker room following their 21-0 win over the Tulane Greenies at Memorial Stadium last night. "I couldn't help but think back to 195fi when Tulane beat us 10-3 on the same field in another rainy-night game," he added. tack e. orappinp 115-nnnnH Ravi Barlow with him into the end: "We s1tarted f ful , slow'" lle zone ! continued, "and Tulane was Wilson added still another point I P!ayinc some real S,)od footbal1-with his foot and USM had ! t0- Thfy ma(,e jt Tm"h an1 a scratched first with 2:22 loft in rollP,e of fine quu-k-kicks set us the first period. NC THREAT That was Southern's last sign of a threat in the first half. The woiipacK, nowever, stagpd one win by 35 points or more and the opposition has an 0-4 record." The Ole Miss head coach singled out Jim Weatherly, sophomore quarterback, for special praise, saying, "He looked real good. He's coming along fine and is going to make us a good quarterback." Weatherly rushed for 43 yards on three carries, and completed two of three passes for 30 yards and one touchdown. Quarterback Glynn Griffing was definitely not "on target" with his throwing, but hit on five of 12 passes for 54 yards and a pair more tickets had been sold. It was Ole Miss' fourth victory in as many starts and the first time this season that the Greenies had been blanked. A.s the rain started to fall and people started scurrying for cov et, press box inhabitants were la":ing of that W56 game when the highly-favored Rebs played a "weak" Tulane team in Jackson. Rain started falling that night in sheets but Tulane Halfback Gene (Fig) Newton failed to get the word, racing 87-yards for a touchdown late in the game for a 10-3 victory. SUPERIOR TEAM Such wasn't the case here Saturday as Ole Miss' superior talent and depth paid off in victory. Rain, that great equalizer, ably harder. But, on a break of sorts, Ole Miss finally started a scoring march late in the period. Beginning at their own 49, the Rebs went downfield with the big gainer a 26-yard pass from Griffing to Davis with Graves guilty of interference at the Tulane 15. Griffing got five in two play before passing to Dabbs who made a "reach-back" catch while falling into the end zone. On the attempted conversion Morris fumbled the wide snap but quickly recovered and outraced the Greenie defenders into the end zone for a two-pointer with 1:17 left in the half for an 8-0 Ole Miss lead. Despite holding just a three TD Continued On Page 3B of its own, but it was more of a gift. With USM in possession, on its 18 (3rd and 4) a punt was called for. Wilson, for the moment, went from hero to goat as his kick sailed crazily out of bounds at the USM 35 - good for 17 yards. NC State couldn't capitalize, however, on fourth - and - one at the 2fi, Ben McLeod and Lyons nailed Rossi for a three - yard loss and USM took a 7-0 lead into intermission. Southern narrowly escaped dis aster twice early in the third pe of touchdowns, both scored by back on our heels and it looked S End Woody Dabhs. i for a while that we were not Tl'LANE LAl'l)KI j going to get started. ! Vaught said he wanted to give j GIVE BOYS CREDIT j credit to Tulane for "playing a 1 "Rut uoii have to nive thp hovs VCrV Cood Came." S credit. Thev cot organized and 1 Line Coach Bruiser AUSTIN. Tex. (UPI) - Tailback Tommy Ford plunged over from the three yard line with 36 seconds left Saturday night to give No. 1 ranked Texas a 7-3 victory over the dangerous Arkansas Ra-zorbarks in a fierce defensive battle. The undefeated Lbnghorns boosted their season's victory string to five but their efforts appeared doomed until a desperation passing attark, led by quarterbacks Duke Carlisle and Johnny Genung, drove 85 yards downfield for the last-minute touchdown. Arkansas seized a 3-0 lead in the second period when Tom Me-Knelly kirked 41-yard field goal, the first of his college career, and an upset appeared in the making m the Razorhacks kept Texas bottled in its own end of the field. s touchdown. He made it possible ! nod. Halfback Tommy Walters by jarring the ball loose from intercepted a 13-yard Rossi pass NC Quarterback Jim Rossi who in the USM end zone and ran it was about to fling a pass. Cen- out 21 yards to halt one threat, ter Larry Ecuyer recovered for ; Another short Wilson kick cave Continued On Tage. 3B j USM on the NC State 43. the Wolfpack another crack mo- menls later, but Harold Hayes (Winced upon a Rossi fumble at the Southern 19 to cancel this threat. Late in the third, Wilson whammed a towering 50-yard kick taken on the NC eight by Tony Koszarsky who fumbled at the 18. Sonny Holmes recovered at that point. Herman Nail got 13 yards on two carries, Holmes sneaked to the one, on the first play of the fourth again Wilson was called upon for a vital yard. He got it on a dive over left guard and kicked the extra point for a 14-0 lead. On the ensuing kickoff. a lat eral backfired and John Sklopan No. 1 Ranked Texas Beats Arkansas 7-3 But Texas, backed up on its own 15, finally mounted a drive with 7:32 left in the game and it ended in victory with Ford's three-yard plunge with only 3fi seconds left in the final period. Arkansas, co-champion of the southwest conference last year, saw its fourrgame undefeated string ended. The victory left Texas in good position to retain its No. 1 national ranking and its strongly favored position foe an-other conference crown. The game was a defensive struggle all the way. Texas was held to 120 yards on the ground and Arkansas had 149 yards rushing. It took the Longhorns until mid-wy in the second period before they could manage a first down. But by that time Carlisle, who took over as, the starting quarter back Saturday night, got enough steam generating to drive to the Arkansas 9 just before the half ended. Texas stopped what appeared to be a sure Arkansas touchdown midway in the third period when the Razorbacks drove to the Texas 3 only to see Danny Brabham turn-1 recovered for USM on the NC ble and Joe uixon recover in cue stte 18. Coleman's irm went end zone for Texas. Texas bottled up the running attack of Arkansas' speedy quart-terhack Billy Moore much of the night. Moore carried 18 times for a net of 37 yards, and completed six of 11 passes for 55 yards. . Tat Arkansas rirsl (town Rushing yardage Passino, yardaaa Passes Passes Inte, ceded by Punts Pnmhles tost Yards penelisM i:i 120 84 Hi 1 45 8 1 0 12 a e-m 1 714 1 1 M into action. He completed a 10-yardrr to Lyons, an eight-yarder to Lyons and then the payoff pitch for 11 yards and a touchdown, It was a lob pass into the end zone. A pass for the two-point conversion failed. Tlrst Onwns Buthlnq Yards Peslna Yards Passes Passes Intercepted bv Punts Fijmhlet tost Yards Penal'tee NC TAT8 USM in n inn 17? 44 14 411 10 1' 0 1 1-37 5 7 35 " t 0 71 lit played good football the last part of the second quarter and for the remainder of the game." Vaught did not say so, but it was generally agreed that the Rebels were not "sharp" and the pressbox crew ww also unanimous saying that "you can't get a team 'up' when it's favored to Wisconsin Roars Past Iowa 42-14 MADISON, Wis. (APi Undefeated Wisconsin, the nation's loth-ranked football power, rolled to its loiirth straight victory bv crushing Big Ten rival low a 42-14 Saturday with the help of a 28-point second period outburst. The surprising young Badgers survived an aerial blitz by Iowa's Matt Szykowny and exploded with an awesome attack engineered by quarterback Ron Vander Kclen. The slick Wisconsin signal-caller, a senior who had seen only a minute and a half of varsity action before this season, passed for three touchdowns and set up the others for his fleet of swift, hard-hitting backs. Iowa jumppd off to a 7-0 lead in the first period as Szykowny connected with Flnyd Webb on a 5fi-yard overhead maneuver. The Radgers lied the roimt in the second period as Vander Kelen and end Elmars E.erins combined on a 35-yard pa.s play and thrn went In front on Smith's 9-yard dash. IOWA WISCONSIN Tlrst downs It ti Pushtna yardaoe se in Pes--ino yarda-ie ?s ?i Pa-.--es 130 J5 34 Passes intercepted hy 1 J Punts J M J 31 J flimhles lost J 0 Yards penalized eS JO Kinard of the Rebels said he was "not too impressed by the play of the Ole Miss forwards," though he said that linebacker Fred Kim-brell "did some good work on defense." The Rebs came out of the game in good shape, physically, and will start work Monday preparing for their next game, against Vanderbilt at Memphis Saturday night. Vaught said that End Wes' Sullivan and Fullback Buck Randell should be ready for that one, though he is not yet sure about Dave Jennings, sophomore tailback who suffered a badly sprained ankle in the Houston game two weeks ago. LSU GETS PAST KENTUCKY, 7-0 LEXINGTON, Ky. (UrD Uu-( downs to Kentucky's four, but isiana State's Jerry Stovall found a Wildcat line led by tackle slashed his way to a fourth- Hershel Turner unyielding in the period touchdown Saturday night ; clutch, until finally overwhelmed that gave the unbeaten Bengals j by sheer force of numbers, a 7-0 victory over outmanned ! The first half saw Kentucky'! Kentucky. j meager troops halt LSU's open- For three periods Kentucky's i ing thrust on the 6-yard lin heroic handful battled LSU to a 1 where Turner recovered a fum-scoreless standoff, three times ble, then almost scored thenv stemming the Tiger tide deep in selves when halfback Bob Kosid their own territory by recovering recovered. Another bobble on the fumbles. ; Tiger 18. A pass from Elmer After a fourth LSU onslaught ; Jackson to Darryl Cox carried to had been halted and Lynn Ame-; the LSU 10, but Tom Simpson's dee's field goal attempt from ; field goal try failed when it was the 24-yard line had gone awry, ! partially blocked by Louisiana Stovall started another drive by ! State renter Dennis Gaubatz. returning a punt 11 yards to the' Twice in the second period LSU Kentucky 32. j sallied deep into Kentucky terri- The 195-pound senior halfback, : lory only to be frustrated when carrying the hall on ripping Kentucky scrambled and knocked slants and cutbacks on five of down fourth-down "go-for-broke" ; seven plays, then drove Louisiana passes by Amedee. State to the winning touchdown, going over guard for the wore from one yard out. Amedee's conversion kick was good. Louisiana State rolled up 319 I yards by rushing and 23 first First dnwns Rushina yardage Passinq yerdaae Passes Passes Intercepted by Punts Fumbles lost Ya.ds penalized Kentucky LSU 23 40 an 4n o 141 0 JO 3" u J-U 4 3 40 t n tmmmmm..wmtf n m m , m in u n . r mrnm i m " . , ,', V tjx ; , v-w4, 'Asv ' " it " , , v ,, t - i ' s 4 rf' ' ' . " 4' .., , , V 4 , " . J-f NO ROOM AROUND END Louisiana Stale's nee back Jerry Stovall (21) is grabbed by Kentucky's Rob Kosid (25) and Perky Bryant (i'i) after taking a pitch-out and racins out around right end. The Tigers Inst two yards on the play. LSU finally managed to defeat the Wildcats, 7-0 AP Wire-photo. J. , -.. j - N.irrM --ir-- - - - - -. - - Wtjilstit rt tft A ' -' - - r. -i -''' - - - - - - - - - - - - - e- - - - - ..-. - - - - -

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