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ofre Dame Snaps INTER CAKE THE IN i ER LAKE, November 17, 1957 5-16 ONES COLORADO STATE .... 19 GRIZZLIES 7 s ARIZONA STATE 53 BOBCATS 13 * * PACIFIC 'COAST CONFERENCE on Will Represent LOS ANGELES (UP) -- Oregon captured the right to represent the West in the Rose Bowl Saturday wheh fullback Jack Morris led the a total of 218 yards passing and running, and was key defensive cog In defeating an Idaho team labeled the best in 20 years. 7--21 Q--13 UCLA 21 COLLEGE OF PACIFIC 0 NOTRE DAME 7 OKLAHOMA 0 OHIO STATE ;. 17 Ducks to a 16-7 Victory over South- Washinglon Slate em California. | Idaho Oregon's victory before 30,975 j CORVALLIS, Ore. (UP) - Sen- fans in Memorial Coliseum, com- j or haif^c^ bined with Oregon State's 24-14 ,,,,,, , ,, ,, . . , ' Oregon State's 24-14 and , d ' * win over Stanford left the Ducks ; n ] O s t b r l n i a n t p e r f o n n a n c e Satur . with but one defeat in conference .,, to , ead de£ £ d , Pacifeic Coast play and one game remaining while Conference champlo £ Oregon State Stanford ended up with -three de- to a 2 £ s feats in conference play. i Stanford Morris earned the individual, n ,.__ .', ,, , _ u - j n -i .. · , . H J S , X T A T K T? .. « 41. * u ' Operating behind Oregon States ».».tiiV/ ai/i.Aii ................ H honors of the contest by running ,,,,,,.·_:,,, n -c- · * ·,*, IOWA .............................. 13 up 212 yards In. 15 times he car- $TM sing l . lne ' F TMTMf ran for(161f 'ried the ball to set both an Oregon %£* TM* C ° mple edf n] " eflout ° f WISCONSIN ....... '. .......... 24 and a Southern California's op- hlST . 10 P«s attempts for 128 yards L r u i p TM wa s the sixth win in eight ponent mark for rushing. I t ^ f « s Oregon s scoring margin was not .,.,,, ,. ,, ° , . " % reflected in the statistics which saw ? llv " th « Beafve .^ s p hP °P e f., 1for * l , - . ., ,,,,. , , 00 r r leas; a share of the PCC title. The 14 hem run up 334 yards to 332 for. d e f e a t their opponents. The Bucks march- _ . . _. ' . - t . i t ed 295 yards on the ground and **$ h °P es St » nf « d . m 'f * hfave made but 39 passing while South- h . eld ' " was t h e thlr ? defeat in em California was held to 156 ^conference games for the In- yards rushing and had 176 yards Ore £ OR Sla(( .......... _ ',, u Tf T T-vra-M-c- ILLINOIS -. .. 13 OREGON STATE .......... 24 STANFORD ....... STATE ·» IDAHO ........................... 13 MICHIGAN STATE 42 MINNESCOTA 13 MICHIGAN 27 INDIANA 13 passing. Morris' yardage surpassed the Oregon one-game individual rec- .......... _ ( Stanford . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 0 0 14-7-14 BERKELEY, Calif. (UP) -- A inning Streak Last Period Score Wins Bruiser, 7-0 EYEFUL--When Sally Kumpf watches Minnesota play football she looks for a lot more than the average fan. For, as Mrs. Bobby Cox, she'hangs on every move made by her husband, All-America prospect quarterback for the Gophers. It's either nail-biting or smile. ord of 1G7 yards set by George Bell! trio of fancy-stepping University : in 1947 against Oregon State. The | of Washington backs, sifting 27 former USC opponents' record of through a porous California line, NORTHWESTERN 0 17Sl yards was set by Jim Morse woij a battle of fumbles from the Sophomore halfback Frank Gupton (UP) ~ quarter-back Lou rAHOJ.TNA ST. 12 iSouJhern CaHJomia VIRGINIA TECH 0 ° re9 ° n '-- of Notre Dame in 1954. a o 10 B ; Golden Bears, 35-27, Saturday be- 7 -- 7 ! fore 38,000 chilled fans in Me- 0 0--16 PULLMAN (UP) -- Quarter- morial Stadium. With Don Millich, Mike Mc- JT IJ LjLlLVlJ^L** \ V J A / - V^IACII L C A - . ^ V back Bob N e w m a n pass ed for two Clusk f a " d Dick Paysano romp, 11 ^ at TM u - Huskies pushed VANDERBILT 7 auchdowns, intercepled two passes. . 4 . , , ind recovered a fumble to leadi 8 TM thr " touchdowns in the r» Tr7? - Washington State to a 21-13 vie- second Barter for a 21-7 CLEMSON 6 yy over Idaho Saturday in the SOUTH CAROLINA .... 13 SeLTihe b °tJo°"paclfkf^oaBt exciting, if unskillful, game , «»TM he d °« a s P lrited VIEGINIA 0 Conference archrivals. Newman, a 190 pound ARMY 20 junior .Mi-American candidate, played TULANE .......................... 14 ,one of his best games as he com- It was California's eighth loss in nine contests and Washington's third win against five losses and a tie. CaU , ornJa ' _ 7 0 is 7--27 NAVY ,,.. GEORGE WASH 0 SYRACUSE 34 COLGATE G BROWN 33 HARVARD 6 DARTMOUTH ..:.... 20 CORNELL I....: 19 ROSTON COLLEGE .... 19 MARQUETTE 14 YALE , ..'.. 20 PRINCETON 13 WILLIAM. MARY 38 RUTGERS 7 PENN STATE 14 HOLY CROSS ! 10 KENTUCKY 27 XAVIER ,,. 0 AUBURN 6 GEORGIA 0 WASHINGTON 35 CALIFORNIA 27 RICE ...: 7 TEXAS AM (i UTAH 34 AIR FORCE 0 a _ _ _ -- 'pleted 15 of 23 passes, racked up '. Washington M.7Z.. o 21 o it-- as spearheaded the Colorado State University Aggies to a 19-7 Skyline Conference victory over an first touchdown. Dame In the opening minutes. The first Oklahoma drive fizzled on the Notre Dame 13 when guard Allen! Ecuyer broke up a fourth down pass: from quarterback Carl Dodd to Okla-! homa's Dennis Morris, The drive had started on the Oklahoma 42. carrying 45 yards. Notre Dame could not set out o£ its own territory, and a fumble by halfback Patrick Doyle was recovered by Oklahoma guard Dick Corbitt to spoil the Irish attack. Late in the period. Oklahoma marched 20 yards to Notre Dame's 23 after a short punt went out of bounds at the 43. Dodd threw a five-yard screen pass. and halfback Clendon Thomas swept eight yards. The perjod ended: Oklahoma 0, Notre Dame 0. ZND PERIOD Notre Dame missed two scoring opportunities in a quick change of position, prompted by Dodd's fumble in the fumbled a punt on his own 10 yard' the first play of the period with Nick NORMAN, Okla. (UP) -- Notre Dame, a three-touchdown underdog, toppled once-mighty Oklai homa, 7-0, in the final quarter Saturday and cut off the nation's longest college football winning streak at 47 games. The Irish, the last team to beat the Sooners, in 1953, scored in the final three minutes and 50 seconds on halfback Dick kynch's three-yard run, capped by Monty 39 Stickle's conversion. A national television audience plus 62,000 fans, most of whom had come to celebrate Oklahoma's 50th anniversary of statehood, witnessed the upset of the second-ranked Soon- ers. 1ST PERIOD Oklahoma threatened twice after two 15-yard penalties against Notre Scores Bowling Green 14, Marshall 1 New Hampshire 7, Massachusetts T Williams 39, Amherst 14 Tufts 39. Norwich 13 Connecticut 0. Rhode Island 0 Gettysburg 42, Temple 1 Delaware 34. Bucknell 13 Trinity (Conn.) 20. Wesleyan (Conn.) 9 Lafayette 40, Western Maryland 13 Western Reserve 19. Case Tech 6 Denlson 40, Ohio Wesleyan 14 Lehigh 27, Buffalo 7 Davidson 23, Richmond 19 Morgan State 25, Hampton lust. 6 John Carroll 13. Bethany 0 Hope 21. Beloit 0 Drake 20, West Texas State 19 Davton 13. Miami (Ohio) 7 Grinnell 6, St. Olaf 0 Butler 41. Washington (Mo.) 13 Augustana (III.) 13. Carthage 0 South Carolina State 0, Morrit Brown 0 Hainpdon Sydney 32, Washington i Lee 13 Louisville 40, Ohio U. 7 · Iowa State 33. South Dakota 0 Texas Tech 26, Hardin Simmons 21 Florida A4M 42, Allen 0 Tennessee Tech 7. Arkansas St. 6 Memphis St 17, Louisiana Tech 7 Murray St. 33, Evansville 21 Depauw 31, Wabash 6 Colorado St. 19. Peru St. 3 Sewance 34. Southwestern (Tenn.) 17 Alabama State 20, Fisk 6 Abilene Christian 40, Trinity (Tex.) 12 Bradley 14. Valparaiso 14 Western Kentucky 28, Wittenberg 13 Arkansas St 20, Langston 20 Whitworth 9. Eastern Washington 6 Rochester 25, Washington Jefferson 12 I line which was followed by the injury-riddled and fumbling Mon- Schneider. The Aggies scored in the first Gupton to White touchdown pass, quarter on a 71-yard pass playj O n the following kickoff, John- from White to halfback Wayne son fumbled again on'his 29-yard 111 ne. On the next play Long tana State University Grizzly squad Montana, trailing . 19-0, came p j tc hed to Gupton and Colorado j back in the closing moments o f ; state had scored two touchdowns here Saturday. The game was played before a scant crowd of 4,000 spectators at Dornblaser Field. All of the scoring took place in the first half and the first half on the throwing arm in eight seconds of playing time. of sophomore quarterback Bruce , The second h u ^ ColQ . ^ A 7 rac!o State ' but the , Gupton figured m two of the Ag- yard line and then pitched to end * v A 7 ' , Everson, halfback, on the Aggie 7| lhrowi an alternate eight and gie touchdowns. Terry ln the end zone for defense, man- The classy halfback threw a ten- the tally. yard pass to halfback Bart White | Two of the Aggis touchdowns for Colorado's second, score and were set up by Grizzly fumbles, caught a 29-yard pass from) Halfback Ho wa r d J o h n s o n A from Tops Hawkeyes By 17-13 Score o Earn Trip Wallop MSC, 53-1 aged to keep ing again. The game completed the season for the Montana Grizzlies with a record of two wins and seven losses. Their conference mark was 2-5. ' Colorado State has two games left, one of them' a conference game with BYU. They now have a season mark of two wins and six losses and a conference mark of 2-4. Pietrosnnte recovering on the Okla homa 43 Notre Dame ran and passed in 10 Dlays to the Oklahoma onerfoot line. In three plunges there, Pietro- sante anci halfbacks Jim Just and Frank Reynolds couldn't take it across. Nolfe Dame started another oromls- iti" drive from Oklahoma's 46 after Thomas punted from under his own goal cost. Oklahoma quarterback David Baker cut H off at the five-yard line by intercepting Reynolds pass tt end'Montv Sickles in the end zone. The last four minutes of the period proved indecisive. It was the first lime in. 29 games Oklahoma _had__not scored in t ended: 0-D. games Oklahoma naa not the first half. The period 3RD PERIOD Four accurate punts by Oklahoma kept Notre Dame against its goal line through most of the scoreless Period. (Thomas punted from his 46 and the ball went out of bounds on the ID. and from the 50 on the next exchange, the ball rolled dead at the four. Baker, Oklahoma's alternate quarterback, punted 27 yards with it rolling dead BY SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT! The Sun Devils had built up a! Arizona was leading 46-6 -when Arizona State College of Tempe'ae-O lead before Bob Rudio took a the Bobcats scored for the second scored twice in each period Sat- Outstanding players of the game by vote of sportswriters and sportscaster were Gupton and Montana's as out- Stan Renning. Renning was chosen time, this one by quarterback 'standing lineman in every Skyline COLUMBUS, Ohio (UP) Sophomore Bob White, in ' greatest individual show ever seen j in Ohio Stadium, Saturday p o w r » - ecl Ohio State to the Big Ten championship and the Rose Bowl with a 17-13 victory over Iowa before the biggest official crowd ever to see a football game in Ohio. White carried the ball 64 yards 5CULCU IwlCtJ 111 eauu penuu oai,- . ~ -,· . , . . -, *··'."-, -...« «..*. ~^ -i awajaums -mitiiiun AH *~ * *-* j »-".7ii*»%- urday night to completely out-, pass from George Marmkovich and Loren Sax on a keeper play. Ron Conference game in which he play,,!-,.,, ft,., ·n«iTM=t I . ~f i\*nv,f=na cfato scored in the second quarter. The Harcharik converted for the Bob- art this soacnn -- class the Bobcats of Montana State. scores in the second quarter. The h e -College in posting a 53-13 victory.'pass play covered five yards. I cats. '· ed this season. n saven By uniied Presi ' 14, and Duke made a strong bid when it scored a third-period a i l « u »» m » - .,«« Notre Dame ended the longest for an Orange Bowl bid with a 7-6 touchdown on a four-yard pass jet-like rushes through winning streak in college football; win over Clemson in other top from Lloyd Nix to end Jim Phil- J CT . . . I ll^r. nnrl +l-»rt« fl-lT»oll* ,,»A fi nr,*iml»f 11 I The Grizzlies were without the services of star quarterback Earl last week and Kelley, injured tackle John practice. . On the kickoff play they lost tackle Gary Kennedy and on the first play from scrimmage they lost halfback Joe Pepe and min- uies later tackle Karl Benjamin, at the three, and 35 yards bounds at the Notre Dame out of seven. oun Notre Dame's Pietrosante tried to quick kick after -the Irish's third series with the ball bogged down at the 17. But Sooner alternate halfback Bobby Bovd caught it on his 45 and returSed.it to.. the » to ^ keep the Denver Edges Aggies, 21-19 DENVER (UP) -- Denver University, strong and dogged, defeated brilliant but undermanned Utah State, 21-19, Saturday in freezing weather to retain a slim chance for the Skyline Conference football championship. The game just lasted too long for Uta State. Quarterback Bob Winters generalled the Aggies to a 19-7 halftime lead. But Denver in the second half was far the better team, offensively and defensively. Denver --._ UUh SUt* play .y i"n~th¥ visitors 1 end of the field tre Dame tried four passes but completed only one, for a yard. But Oklahoma's great halfback, Thomas. found halfback , and other one drive Dixon, injured in incompleteTM oun a . Notre Dame linebackers unyielding in the indecisive period, which ended with the «o« i .«l^ b Notre Dame shattered Oklahoma's 47-game winning streak with an 80- vard drive in 20 plays. Lynch, on a fourth-down play, took a high pitchout around high right end four yards to score standing up, and Stickles conversion was good. Oklahoma.? first unit fought back desperately in the four minutes which remained after the time-consuming Irish campaign. in one drive they last the ball on injuries. he Iowa line as Ohio marched 67 j history when it upset Oklahoma,; games. | lips and then threw up a powerful yards for its winning touchdown 7-0, Saturday and Rice Institute| A crowd of 72,000 at Houston,' d e f e n s e that "irouieci ^ e o -jf'' , late in the final period. toppled the nation's top-ranked-Tex., saw quarterback King Hill attempts to rally. Tne Bulldogs[ The crowd of 82,935, including powerhouse when it edged out'score Rice's touchdown and kick made onlv ^ hree first downs and Monlana -- ^.....-.-.- 8 a total of 97 yards against bruising Auburn defense. ^72 Vice President Richard M. Nixon, i Texas AM, 7-6, in the two most the extra point that eventually stood breathlessly as the 212- j noteworthy triumphs of the 1957 brought Texas AM tumblin'down] .12 pound Covington, Ky., husky plow- season. ed through the line that until Sat-i The'two big upsets highlighted ,, U 1 , ,, . . ,, ,, ,, ,, , urday had been No. 2 in the coun-' , Qn w ] i h Q .^ o gtate cllnched yard march to put Rice ahead, 7-0, half time in its whopping triumph try in defense against rushing. | | h n R I t j l n hir1 - t n f h p ^^ flowl; at the half. -The Aggies scored in over Minnesota; halfback LeRoy Oh'o SJaie 3 3owa from the spotless list. Hill plunged over from the one after a 79- yards rushing and led, 35-0, 0=13 via a 17-13 victory over Iowa and ther fou ^ th P eriod af l er recovering Reed ran 41 yards with a punt for MISSISSIPPI TENNESSEE 14 7 EAST LANSING, Mich. (UP) -Michigan trounced Minne- Oregon won the pacific Coast Con- 1 . , ference Rose Bowl invitation wlthj^P 0 '^?'!TM; a 16-7 win over Southern, fornia. a fumble deep in Rice territory | one touchdown and started Missis- the ex'ra sippi on its way to the other as "1 point that would have produced the Rebels scored a victory that a tie. ! could put them in the Sugar Bowl A crowd that included Vice Jan. 1; heavily-favored Navy ein- Montana scoring: Hurley (pass from Olsonj. Conversion: Gorsich 1. Colorado scoring: Schneider (71-pass from White),' White (pass from Gup- 1. at | Conversions, Gupton THE YARDSTICK i sota 42-13 Saturday to Close its ._ WEST VIRGIN T 4 27 ;Big Ten season with five victories]' They also left the country with' President Richard Nixon watched ployed'second"" and third-stringers j WAKE FOREST 14 in six games, but lost its chance only one unbeaten and untied ma-'as sophomore Bob White hammer- most of the way in running it up' at the Rose Bowl when Ohio State jor college team: Auburn, which e d out 64 yards in seven fourth- on hapless George Washington; OREGON . 16 beat Iowa. j remained spotless with a 6-0 con-. per i 0 d cracks at the line to bring Army rallied in the final 4Vi min- Ohio State from behind and clinch utes as halfback Bob Anderson the Rose Bowl bid. The Buckeyes : gained 145 yards to better Davis' csu First downs ,,_ _ 20 Rushing yardage 203 Passing yardage _ 296 Passes 31-11 Passes intercepted 1 Punts : _..- 5-37 Fumbles lost _ _ 1 Yards penalized 90 MSU . 8 ·llo 133 21-6 2 8-35 3 15 SOUTHERN CAL ......... 7 GEORGIA TECH 10 ALABAMA 10 MADISON, Wis. (UP) of Georgia. Fourth-ranked | Michigan State walloped Minnesota, 42-13; Mississippi upset sev- Wis- enth ranked Tennessee, 14-7, in a consin's young football team c KANSAS 13 bined rugged defense and a fast 14 2 27 0 23 OKLAHOMA STATE TEXAS . TEXAS CHRISTIAN COLORADO NEBRASKA .,, KANSAS STATE MISSOURI : 21 SMU : 27 ARKANSAS 22 WYOMING ... 20 NEW MEXICO MISSISSIPPI STATE LOUISIANA STATE VMI THE. CITADEL'...: TULSA 12 CINCINNATI 7 HOUSTON ......: 27 WICHITA 6 DENVER ,..........:...,,,,.....- 21 UTAH STATE 19 The Little One SLIPPERY ROCK ........ 12 WEST LIBERTY -,. 0 7 running a't'ack Saturday to roll feat Nebraska, 27-0. The Buffs, now 2-3 in conference play, handed Nebraska its eighth loss in nine games. Colorado, with an overall 5-3-1 rallied twice to hand the fifth- West Point single-season record o f j STOCKTON, Calif. (UP) -- The recor d -- including three hairline ranked Hawkeyes their first de-^30 yards; and half Wray Carlton UCLA Bruins whipped the College |i osses to Big Eight foes -- dorrtln- ' caught a 35-yard pass and booted'of Pacific Tigers 21-0 last night in atec j play throughout and never UCLA Wins Ragged Tilt Over COP, 21*0 Wyoming Cowboys Rope Lobos, 20-13 ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. (UP) -Wyoming's football team, held to short gains on a muddy field, whipped New Mexico 20-13 Saturday hi rain, snow and finally sunshine. Despite the wet and cold, quarterback Larry Zowada completed six of nine passes, and teamed with fullback Greg Maushart to engineer the win. The Lobos entering the game as the Skyline Conference's best rushing team, were held to a season's low of 54 yards on offense. They were forced to use then- lightly- regarded aerial arm to make it a close game. Wyoming « New M»xlco . 0 B--28 --IS Oklahoma misred another scoring attempt when Williams intercepted a nass intended for Joe Rector. In a Notre Dame thrust. Reynolds gained a first down on an 11-yard run and Williams threw a jump pass to end Richard Royer on the Oklahoma 1(. Lynch, on a draw play, slashed seven yards to a first down on the OWa- hdrna 8 and the drive ended with his score to give Notre Dame its iifth victory against two defeats this season. Huskers Shelled By Colorado Buffaloes, 27-0 LINCOLN, Neb. (UP) -- Colorado, driving hard to post a respectable Big Eight Conference! . , . , . , . ; . , f · i r j'« n ,.n^,f V,-,/A-C again utilized its vaunted aerial showing, sent four different backs "f f-i ^_ across. the goal Saturday to de- Grosscup's Passes Grounds Air Force In 34-0 Display SALT LAKE CITY (UP) -- Daring Utali£ with junior quarterback Lee Grosscup at the controls, once game with Sugar Bowl overtones; I feat. .,,.,, eighth-ranked Navy c r u s h e d ! Auburn became the last surviv-. the George Washington, 52-0; ninth-'ing perfect-record major team|victory. over Illinois, 24^13, for its first]ranked Army downed Tulane, 20- -Big Ten victory at home since 1955 before a homecoming crowd of 52,384. ;xtra y. i point in Duke's key a ragged game before 23,000 fans here. ANN ARBOR, Mich. (UP) -Michigan, held scoreless in the first period, scored twice in the second and third period Saturday to defeat Indiana, 27-13, before back Bob Laraba passed for five Arizona Loses By 5M4 Count TUCSON, Ariz. (UP) -- Quarter- 56,254 fans at Michigan stadium. LAFAYETTE, Ind. (UP) -- Pur- touchdowns last night as Texas Western whipped the University of Arizona 51-14 for the Wildcats seventh straight loss and their 13 i d u e ripped Northwestern Saturday, worst defeat in 27 games with the 14 27-0, .in a Big Teh clash before m iners. 32,000 fans for its fourth victory i ** i against as many losses. It was 33 I Northwestern's eighth straight lo$s 7 of the season. Drake Keeps Bowl Alive,^0-19 DES MOINES, Iowa (UP) -Drake scored two touchdowns in 1:49 minutes of the fourth quarter Saturday to overhaul West Texas State, 20-19, and keep alive its ; Cropper for the touchdown. Twelve thousand fans looked on as Laraba pitched three touchdowns in the first half, hitting end Jack Gothard twice for 6 and 85 yard scoring plays and halfback Don Maynard for a 79-^yard touchdown. The Wildcats scored their only ·touchdowns in the fourth period. After halfback Warren Livingston had made the Wildcats first 20r yard'penetration to the two yard line on a' screen pass. .Quarterback Jim Mason passed to Gary hopes for a post-season bowl In? vitation. Drake ._.., 0 7 0 IS--20 T«K«« 8t«l« ,__ ...; «,.,7 ( 0-- II Halfback Jim Tale scored the other Arizona touchdown on a three yard run. ,· let t i, e Huskers get closer than the 34. N«br««k» _ - 0 Colorado _ ... 13 0-- 0 7--27 Cyclones Blow Over Dakota AMES, Iowa (UP) -- Iowa State, jwith -sophomore tailback D wight Nichols leading the way, steam- rolled over South Dakota, 33-0, Saturday before the smallest crowd to watch a football game here in more than a decade. Nichols .passed for two . touchdowns, scored one and set,up' another to give the Cyclones their:D«4« f fourth victory of the'year 1 against'""' four losses and a tie. The win assured Iowa State, which has one more game to play, of its best finish since 195i. lowm SJBt*'.... * ' I J M2 Souih Dakota ,_ 0 0 0 9 -- 0 LAW AND DISORDER--Eddie LeB«ron gets no cooperation from his 2 A-year-old son. Wayne, as the little Washington Redskin quarterback tries to cram some studying while the missus prepares dinner at their Alexandria, Va., home Professional football's lending passer i*^ takings a night law course «J George Washington University. Says it sharpens play. Force Academy and gain a 34-0 football victory. Utah's fifth win of the current season was achieved before 11,440 fans in Ute stadium. The game was played in freezing weather. Grosscup, who only a week ago passed for 316 yards against Army, hurled the pigskin for 249 yards, including two touchdowns. He completed 13 out of 16 while play- Ing less than half the game. Little Stuart Vaughan, Grosscup's favorite target, broke a Skyline Conference record by grabbing eight passes to run his total for th« season to 49. The old mark of 46 passes caught was set by Gordon Cooper of Denver in 1930. 7 is 14 e--1« Utah _.. Air Force Academy -- o o o o -- o Duck Hours HOUR SCHEDULE ZONK 1 This schedule applies to the follow* ing counties: Lincoln. Ftathead, Sanders, Lake* Mineral, Missoula, Grartite and Ravalll. . PRINCETON, N. J. (UP) -- Underdog Jale plunged Prinietpn to its first Ivy League football da- feat of.the season Saturday, 20-13, when burly end Mike Cavallon hauled down three long t uchdown passes from two ; dlffar'ent thrower- befor* a capacity crowd of 46,000. NOV. 18 , Start . 7:19 a.m. . 7:20 a.m. OOOM i«*»on' aadi W*li ai Contlnaiiiai Stop 5:01 .p.m. 5:00.p.:m Divide . Nov. 19 ^.. 7:22 ».m. Nov. 20 _- __ 7:23 a'.m. Nov. 21 . 7J4 am Nov. 22 .^ . 7126 a.m Noy. 2* ~ - 1-Zl «-m. Nov. 24 ,, 7 28 a m. Nov 25 M - 7 JO a m. Nov. 26 . 7:31 a.m. Nov 27 * 7Jit am. Nov. 28 7 31 a m. Nov. 29 _ __ 7.35 tm. jjov 30 7 36 a m ~ . _ 7 36 a m _,, 7 37 a m, Dec D :. Dec 1 2 __ 3 7 M a h i 4:59 p.m. 4 5 9 pm, 4 58 p.m. 4:57 p.m. 4 56 p.m. 4 35 p.m. 4:54 p.m. 4^4 p.m. '4:53 p.m. 4:53 p.m. 4 52 pjn. 4 51 p.m. 4 49 p.m. 4 48 p.m. 4.48 p.m. Coon Mtfcm widi »Mt «4 CmUamtal Decs'" 4 _ 7 3 » a m . 448 pjn. r*el s »--_ ,,. 7:48 am. -4:4 -.»c. t .. 7:U am, 4:4

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