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John Miller Takes Title In Southern COLUMBUS, Ga. (AP) -| John Miller almost didn't make| it to the $100,000 Southern Open j Golf Toumament at Columbus.; Ga.. where he won his first major title Sunday. He had a date to go fishing. John Miller The 24-year-old Californian had made plans to go fishing in Montana wth fellow golfer Jer, ry Heard but the persistent pleas of PGA tournament director John Montgomery finally persuaded me to enter the Columbus event. "He (Montgomery) beggedj me to go," .said Miller. "He said I had done so well previously in Georgia, T should come back down here again." Earlier this year, Miller finished in a second place tie with Jack Nicklaus in the Masters at Augusta and later wound up fifth in the Atlanta Classic. So Miller bypassed his fishing trip and fired a 67 Sunday over the 6,685-yard, 3,S-3S—70 Green Island County Club amrse for a 267 total and won the $20,000 first prize by a a)mfortable five-storke margin. Trailing Miller in second place was veteran Dcane Beman who could manage only a 66 and earned $11,400 for his 272. In third place, one shot back, was Bobby Mitchell who set a course record Saturday with 62 but Sunday suffered a streak of straying tec shots for a 71. Coming in fourth, behind Miller, Beman and Mitchell, was Tommy Aaron with 67 for 274 while Frank Beard finished fifth with 67 for 275. The trio at 276 was Kim Colbert, Gay Brewer and Larry Ziegler while Pete Brown, John Schroeder and Jack Ewing tied at 277. LSU Finds Out Buffaloes Aren't Extinct By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Tlie buffalo, especially the species that makes Boulder, Colo., its natural habitat, is far from extinct, as the Louisiana State Tigers found out Saturday night. "Did you ever sec such big backs with such great speed?" marveled IJSU Coach Charlie McClendon after the Colorado Buffaloes bowled over his ninth-ranked Bengals 31-21. "Coloi-ado will be one of the top offensive teams in tlie country." lySU was one of tlu-ce members of The As.sociated Press' presea,son Top Twenty to bite the Saturday night as the college football season got under way with a rash of upsets. Pitt stunned No. 15 UCLA 29-25 and .south Carolina bested 17th- i-ated Georgia Tech 24-7. The big Buffaloes McClendon was raving about were Charlie Davis, a 198-pound sophomore who sliredded the vaunted LSU rushing defense for 175 yards and two touchdowns, and 220- pound John Tan'cr, who bl.'isted away for 92 yards. Davis' tfluchdowis caine on gallops of three and 47 yard.s. "There weren't many bright spots for us," said McClendon. "We dropped some touchdown pas,ses and you can't do this against a good team like Colorado and win." "This was really a big win for us," said Colorado's Kddie Crowdcr, whose midweek remark that he had a "gut feeling" his team would win was taken rather lightly. "Wc beat a very good foolbrill team, one which v/ill jell later and will give a lot of folks .some problems later in the ,sea.son." A lO-yard touchdown pass from reserve quarterback Dave Havem to I^slie Block in tlie fourth period enabled Pitt to topple UCLA and .stamped the Panthers as a team to be reckoned with. Great Team Effort "It was a great team effort and we had to go with a lot of syphomores," said Coach Carl DeF^isqua. "but during the fourth quarter we had to come up with the big play and we constantly got it." Havem dhected Pitt to a pair of second-half touchdowns after .starter John Hogan ran for one score and passed 21 yards to Doug Gindin for another. South Carolina managed only one scoring drive against Georgia Tech but blocked a punt for one touchdown, sprung Dickie Harris on a 77-yard jaunt with an unblocked one for another and picked up two .safeties when the Tech snapi)er sailed the ball past his punter out of llic end zone. In the only other Saturday night action involving a ranking team, eighth-ranked Arkansas leveled California 51-20 as Joe P'erguson passed for 228 yards and two scores, Jon Ricliardson and Dicky Morton combined up for 202 yards on the ground and Bin McClard booted a .52-yard field goal. No Letdown "We needed to have a good first game very desperately," said Coach Frank Broyles, "and I told them before the game that I don't believe I've ever had a squad that I wanted to go out and win a first game more thrm this one and they didn't let me down." In the afternoon, .second-ranked Nebraska, the defending national champions, crushed Oregon 34-7 with junior college halfback Gary Dixon scoring three times. Fourth-ranked Michigan overcame a slijggish first half and turned back No. 20 Northwestern 21-6 in a Big Ten opener. The defending Big Ten champ, Ohio State, got four touchdowns from cornerback-' turned-quarterback Don Lamka and walloped Iowa 52-21. Buzy Piosenberg broke two long punt returns and soph QB Andy .lohnson also tallied twice to lead IBth-rated Georgia to a 5625 drubbing of Oregon State. Stanford, No. 19, eased past Missouri 19-0, Started Friday Two members of the Top Twenty got things rolling Friday night as 16th-ranked Alabama surprised No. 5 Southern California 17-10, making Bear Bryant the sixth coach in history to achieve 200 victories. "I think we're on our way back," said Bryant. "This one meant so much to us. We put so much into it. You could tell it on the bench ... we used the same approach as guys like Jordan and Stabler did—winning isn't the only thing; it's everything." In other games, West Virginia shellacked Boston College 45-14 with Pete Wood rushing for a record 214 yards: Joe Schwartz rambled for 206 yards as Toledo extended the nation's longest winning streak to 24 games by drubbing East Carolina 45-0; Duke stunned Florida 12-6 behind the 204-yard loishing of Steve Jones and Dave Wright's four field goals; Tulane held off Texas Tech 15-9; Larry Russell scored four times iji the last period and paced Wake Forest to a 27-7 triumwph over Davidson; Michigan State blanked Illinois 10-0, Minnesota whipped Indiana 28-0, Oklahoma State's group of veterans and rookies downed Mississippi State 26-7 and Houston won the championship of that Texas City, defeating Rice, 23-21. Page 8 The Hutchinson News Monday, September 13, 1971 Bowling Beats the Derby NEW YORK (AP) — llicrc was more money bet through New York's Off Track Betting windows on the Preakness than on the Kentucky Derby. The Preakn&ss attracted .$1,151,686 \vithout the benefit of exacta or place and show wagering. The Derby 0TB win liandle was $727,642. 0TB made $196,953.20 on the Preakness, less employee siila- ries, rent and advertising. Sixteen per cent of the pool was deducted. Breakage to Uie city amounted to more than $12,600. Shifts Test Site ..TAMPA, Fla. (AP) - The Marine Department of Underwriters Laboratories, formerly the Yachte Safety Bureau, has moved to new quarters here from Westwood, N. J. The shift makes it possible to test marine products the full year. The new site is adjacent to Gandy Bridge in Tampa Bay. COUNTRYSIDE LANES Sunset Dodgers LoaguD T(Mm hi fjame dnd ^crios Jonei Tnjck- ing 753 and ?,209. Women's Hi 10 Deanno Drach 201; hi 30 Djn.i Von Gotlen 510. Viaior Splits Converted Pouleno Dolev/ 5.6-10 Alice Ebel 5-10. Cessna Sundov/ners Lcnguo Tenm hi game ond series UFO's 679 iind 1974. Mens' lii 10 Jim Kennedy 203; hi 30 Mel Schrock S'iS. Womon'r. hi 10 <ind 30 Eileen Na.isi 188 ami 512. Maior Split Converted—Jim Kenfiedy 5-7. Friendship League Team hi gamor Keesling-Jenl<s 70O, series Poor 4 20O5. Mens' hi 10 Neai Dflker 235: hi 30 Roy Jenks 554. Worn- en's hi 10 and 30 Shirley Dellinger 193 and 493. Friday Night Men's League Team hi game and serle-i Arrow Ma chine 917 and 2685. Men's hi 10 and 30 Mike Minor 218 And 542. Stumblers League Team hi game and series Dutchmen 672 and 1890. Men's hi 10 and 30 Jim Colfman 200 and 516. Women's hi 10 and 30 Lynda F^liiolt 175 and 484. Day Breakers League Team hi gnme Hi Lo'.s 494; series Harts IGA 1412. Women's hi 10 and 30 Penny Alien 107 and 498. Ma\or Splits Converted Gerry Cowardin 5-6-10, Belly Rooncy .1-6, Virginia Decker 5-*, 5-7 Margaret Williams 5-6. Industrial League Team hi game and scrie-. Reno Co, Ahslratl Co. 915 and 2635. Mens' hi 10 Henry Wiebe IJii: M 30 Louis Marrs 593. Ladim Classic League Team hi game Relfrvors 844; r.orlcs Countryside Lanes 2390. Women's hi 10 ond 30 Jean Huntinglon 234 and 545. Pleasure League Team hi game and series Decry Plumbing 1012 and 2920, Mens' hi 10 George Suggs 242; hi 30 Dan Fleming 604. Olh- er features—George Suggs 603 and Walt Eborhardt 601. Dillons League Team hi gome and series Oldo Time; 979 and 2444. Mens' hi 10 John Car- michaol 274; hi .10 Dale Shoffler ,«4. Women's hi 10 and 30 Frankio Ellis 216 and 531. Original Mixers Longue Team hi game 3-U's 669; series Al's Finn 1852. Mens' hi 10 Ben Zerger 200; hi 30 Polo Hiobert 555. Women's hi ID Norma Bruor 170; hi 30 Shori Sliov/ailor 4/4. Countryside Classic League Team hi game and series Riverside Lanes 981 and 2781, Mens' hi 10 Mike Bay 242; hi 30 Jim Goering (t'n. Olhor loaluro.s—Mike Bay 608 and Terry McCue 607. Sunflower League Team hi game and scries Sommers 978 and 27.16. Men's hi 10 and 30 Darrcll Monlel 21B ami 564. Ma|or Split Con- verled Darrell Monlel 4-10. OoKcttcs League Tenm hi game and series Poor Putters 494 and 1357. Women's hi 10 and 30 Jan Crigger 183 and 463. Major Spills Converted Jan Crigger 5-10 and 8-10. Silver Toppers League Team Mi garnu Slickers 734; series Bull Dogs 7.0.10, Mens' hi 10 Baker McDill 211; hi 30 l-liii Royco 56V, Major Splils Converted Locke Hershburger 4-;!0 The News Footbowl Quiz (Mark out team you believe will lose. Give margin for winner, not game score. Mark out — do not underline.) Example: XXXXXX at Upset U Games for week ending vScpt. 18 Baylor at Kansas — 14 Minnesota at Nebraska . Missouri at Air Force SMU at Oklahoma ... Wyoming at Colorado .... Idaho at Iowa State Stanford at Army Wiscoasiii at Syracuse .. Kentucky at Indiana Iowa at Oregon St Mich. St. at Georgia Tech Purdue at Washington .. Tulane at Georgia Texas at UCLA Pin Ups League ; Team hi game and series BLO .181; and 1279. Women's hi 10 ancl 30 L,-i-] Donna Champino 188 ond 491. Maior | Splits Converted Zola Westover 5-7-9. j Solt Clly League Team hi game and .series Stiles & Son's 999 and 2839. Men's hi 10 and 30 Jim Plros 7.4; and 652, Countryside League Team hi game and series CK.CU. 1041 and 3051, Men's hi 10 and 30 Claude Brummeft 234 and 598. Bruttswick Belles League Team hi gamo Coberiy's 7B3; series Foy's 2207. Women's hi 10 Betty Tyler 190; hi 30 Roma Apps 535. Gay Niners League Team hi game and series Hutch Burger 671 and 1857. Women's hi 10 and 30 LaDonna Champine 222 ond 523, Major Splits Converted—Agnes Classen 3-7-10, Etna Goering 5-10 and Barbara Swan 5-6. Sandhill League Team hi game and "series Danny's Place 1003 and 2960. Men's hi 10 L, Wagoner 216; hi 30 Al Robol 577. Beta Sigma Phi League Team hi game Tau 484; series Alpha 1355. Women's hi 10 Velma QucrlcW 176; hi 30 Sue lllll 478. Major Spills Converted Carol Bruogger 5-10 and Stiai- on Lacoy 5-7. Early Birds League Team lii game and scries Jones Truti(- Ing 497 and I40I. Women'.'; hi 10 ond 30 DarlMra Si5.son 191 and 514. Major Splits Converted Gerry Cov/ardin 5-6-10 and Gone Mayes 4-5-7. Wednesday Wonders League Team hi game and series Wash Ouls 443 and 1271. Women's hi 10 Lii Day .ind ftAario Hulus 178; hi 30 Lit Day 473. Major Split Converted Mildred Wicks 5-10. Coodv Captures 'Series' .-VKRON, Ohio (AP) Charles Cootly, who had to hold off Jack Nicklc 'ius to win the jknuckleballing reliever-turned Blue, Lolich Have Company • By THE ASS0CIATP:I) PRESS I Vida Blue and iVIickcy Lolich I have company. ; The Ajnerican League's Cy Young .sweepstakes is now a three-way affair—and nobody is knocking Wood. Wilbur Wood, the veteran RIVERSIDE LANES Non Strikers League Team hi gaino and series Alle/ Kittons 478 and 1278. Women's hi 10 and 30 Kay Dar.o 176 and 4'74. League leading team Stinkers. West Virginia at California Name. Address It is not necessary to this blank. You may make as many as needed lor the family, one entry per person. Clip and mail in envelope to Football, care of Hutchinson News, Hutchinson, Kan., 30O West 2iid, 67501, not later than Friday noon. You may copy and mail on postcard, but do NOT clip and pasta or staple on postcard. Clly League Team tii game and series M<>rh)n Salt 934 and 2532. Men's 111 10 and 30 Doy Wilson 234 and iU«. American Girls League Team hi game and scries Weeks Drug 861 and 2310. Women's III 10 Doris lloc-fer 736; hi 30 Phyllis Ui Munyon 559. Major splils converted Sherric" Bailey 5-lo, Cotfeo Breakers Team hi game and series Marlanns Beauly Sliop 481 and 1341. Women's hi 10 and 30 Eva Groon 197 and .'-39. Major pills todverlcd Margaret Starr 5-;-a, Kathy Keen 2-4-10, Velm.i Symonds 2-10, Nile Shifters League Team hi gamn Picans 592; serlos A-Edltion 15311. Miens' lii 10 ,1. L, Beaslcy •709; hi 30 Woodard SUV. Riverside League Team hi game and series Bai/e Jesvolry 839 and '/532. Mens' hi 10 AAarvin Huxman 221; hi 30 Joel Crupper 594. Thitr. Fun League Team hi gamo and series King Bros. 011 1107 and 2980. Men's hi 10 and 30 Virgil Tyson 245 and 4-11. Other features Virgil Tyson 265, Bill Parlridgo 2,13. Thur. Mixers League Team hi gamo and scries Dai?e & Son 855 and 24-19. MetK' hi 10 Joo McLeianil 92; hi 30 Cliutk lliilendor 5.16. Womon'r, III 10 and 30 l.urene Wren 1119 and 525. Olher features Lorcno Wren all spore lino score of 179. Cutter Dusters League Team hi game ami f.orii Devils ill and 12,1(1. Women's lii 10 and 30 Maryio 7nn;.en IS3 ami ,166, Nito Owls League Team III ganio and series lio/d Motor!", 1031 and 291/. Mens' hi 10 Bob Kuhns 216; hi 30 Bob Kuhns and G. Gardner 551. Friday Trio League Team hi game ami series Almosts .'*0 and 1417. Women's hi 10 VI Hawkins 191; hi 30 Dorothy Baldant 489. Liiaguo loading tenm Econo Wash, Self Service DrU(|, Howard's Laundromat & Alniosls 8-4, Major spills converted Poley Parks 9-1(1. Sundowners League Team hi game John Miller 792; sorion llio Jots 7310, Men's hi 10 and 30 Joo Rflwul 224 and 5i6. Women's til 10 Pelo Relioul 218; hi 30 Kay Base 529, Major splits cunvnrled Carol Minor 3-6-2, Ulll Morciaii 't /. Pauline Eniery 5-10. Sporlsinen League Team 111 gamo and series Gravo', Truck Lino 918 and 25.10, Mens' 111 10 Dave Clark 215; hi 30 Teal KIcNuie 566, FrI. Twisters League Team hi gamo M. W. Y. 934; sorlci Gol)le 2447. Mens' hi 10 Louis Mnrlinoz 236; hi 30 Teal Kienzel 446. Wonwii'.'i III 30 Fran CiarK 209; hi 30 Dorocn Martinez S'77. Major splits converted Brigllto Sholton 6-7-10, Doroon Marlino.- 3-4-4-10, Goidie Brndtield .V7, Helen Tliels .5-7, Nova Wiilborn 5-8-10, Falloul Special League Team hi tiame and series Bosliers 871 and 2500. Men's hi 10 and 30 Paul W.i(l- ler 225 and 600. Major 5|)lits convcrh'd llni Uostiears 2-5-7, Jerry Brnwner 6-7-10. 2-9. Cessna 7nd Shillors League Team hi game and series RntHolf i33 and 1417. Men's hi 10 and 30 Dan Lock- v/o<xi 209 ond 560. Women's hi 10 and 30 Lorono Wlsiion 167 and 422. Factory-trained Service on these Component- Stereo System: Scoll • Marant?: F^ioncer • Kenwood Sansui • Panasonic . , , • Harmon • I-->fayette , K^^den LETT TV 508 E. 4th MO 3-1181 World Series of Golf, was talking about the near - disastrous loss of four strokes on a single hole. "I't ff.'eling too good when it was over and I wasn't thinking good,'' said the 34-year- old Masters champion who took a double Iwgey seven m the .second hole while Nicklaus made an englo three. 'riuit gave llu; feared Nick- lau.s a share of the lop s [X )t in for the $50,000 priz« in this four-man fouma- mont. "I'm not a .superstar," the soft -S (x>kcn mmi from Abilene, Te.\. said. "I'm not going to be playing this tournament every year like .lack. "I'd just hlowii four strokes and lost any advantage I had. Now I'm even with one of the g )-e <'ite .st. players in the game and on a course that he plays exceptionally well. Bad Tlioiighls "I can't ,siiy my thoughts were very good right then." Bvit Nicklaus, playing errali- cally, couldn't take advantage of his opportunity, handed back the lead on a string of bogeys and let Coody claim his second title of the yenr niid third of his .seven-year jiro career. Me won with a three-over-par V.'i for Ml on the 7,180 yard Firestone Country Club course. Nicklaus, the PGA cha,mpion, was next with a 71 for 142 with A, u s: t r a 1 i n n veteran Bruce Crampton one more stroke back at 14.1 after a fijial 70, the best roimd of tiio cool and cloudy day. Cra.m|>ton got into the elite field a.s an altcniatc off his Western Open title when I^e Trtwuio made his sweep of the U.S., C'lnadiaii and British Up(ni crown.s, Trovino, .still on the mend fi-om a recenl nppendectoniy, was last in tlic field witli a 74 for I'lfi. He hadn't been a nuajoi' factor since getting up.sct al a television director on the I.1th hole of Saturday's round. Nicklaus picked up $1.5,000 for secorul, pusiiint; his career oarninps from this course alone to $.30.1,7,')0. 'riirce-,Siroke Lead Coody, a i'ui ,'Rcdly-hancl .some former Air I '^orce officer, had a three stroke lead starting the day'.s pl.'iy :iiul piLshcd it to four with ;i bii'die oil the first hole. But then Nicklaus reached the g-reen on Ihe ."iOO yard, par five .second with a six imn shot and made the eagle putt from .seven feet. (!ootiv wa .s ill the rough near an adjacent fairway, put his second in the rougii, found 'a trai> with his third, blasted on aiul thi-eo-putted. That put tliem even, and Nicklaus look a sliort-livod lead when Croody bogeyed the fourth, mi.ssing th,e green. 'Starter who has been the mainstay of the Cliicago White Sox pitching staff this .season, became the AL's third 20-gamc winner of 1971 Sunday by five- hitting the Kansas City Royals The .shutout by Wood, 20-11, lowoi-ed his earned nm average to 1.97 over 292 mnings pitched. By comparison, Lolicli has a better rex;ord—2.'M1—and has pitched more innings—.^SS—but has a much higher ERA, 3.05. And then there is Blue, who started for Oakland Sunday, gave up five nuis in eight innings and was not involved in the decision as Minnesota defeated the A's 7-5 in 10 innings. Best StaUstics On .statistics alone, Blue would have the award locked up. He has the best record of the trio. 23-8; the lowest earned nm average, 1.80 over 295 in- nmgs; and the most strikeouts, 291. liigh in the majors. He has not won a game, however, in the month of Septem- lx!r, ha.s lost four of his last five decisions and has compiled only a mediocre 6-6 record since the All-Star gaine. All of which leaves Wood as a legitimate contender for the honor fis the AmoricEin League's outs-tanding pitcher. ELsewhere in the AL, Detroit Irimmed Boston 3-2, Cleveland beat the New York Yankees 5-2 and Milwaukee downed CaUfor- nia 4-3. The doublehejider between Washington and Baltimore was i-ained out. Wooti, a relief pitcher until tJiis season, was turned into a starter by Chuck Tanner, who is in his first full year as manager o£ tlie White Sox. Chuck The Boss "At first, I was reluctant alwut coming out of the bull|)en," Wood declared. "I had been quite successful over the last three or four years in the bullpen, but Chuck is the boss, so I went along with the starting deal 10O per cent." Wood went along with Tanner, and the manager reciprocated. "I've had the opportunity to pitch twice a week, and this has helped me," the 2^year-old knuckleballer said. "I've had some bad games, but haven't hact any bad stretches, times when I got mto a real slump." Wood conceded that his 20th victory was somethmg special. "Winning 19 isn't too far away from winning 20—but 20 is 10 times belter." Blue, meanwhile, is feeling the blahs. "I feel physically hurt," he moaned, after going eight m- nings against tlie Twins. "My body is tired, not my arm. 1 feel I can go a strong six innings, but that's about all." Would an extra day's rest between starts help? "I don't know—I'm just tired." Oakland Manager Dick Wil- Uams said if Blue was leading in the fifth or sixth inning of his next start he would take his ace out for a rest, but made no mention of ciianging his pitching rotation. "He hasn't told me he's tired." Wilhams stated. "I will not have him skip a turn unless he asks." Wood was not the only pitching star in the American League Sunday. Detroit rehev- er Tom Thnmennan, 6-5, pitched one-hit ball over the final 5 1-3 innings as the Tigers edged Boston. Home runs by Tony Taylor and Al Kaline ac- coimted for the Tigers' scoring. Two home runs by Graig Nettles and one by Roy Foster provided the batting support for Cleveland's Sam McDowell, 1214. A three-run outburst in the sixth uming, plus clutch rehef pitching by Ken Sanders, who came on to replace Marty Pattin m the eighth inning and recorded his 28th save of the season, highlighted Milwaukee's triumph. Patek, Otis Running Wild KANSAS CITY (AP) - Fred Patek and Amos Otis of the Kansas City Royals became the American League's best ba^e stealing combination smce 19t7 Sunday. Patek got the pair's 96th steal in the third inning against the Chicago White Sox to put tliem on ahead of Chicago's 1956 twosome of Don Buford and Tommie Agee. Patek's third inning steal was his 49th, high in the AL. Otis stole his 48th later the same inning, giving the two Royals 97. Ray Chapman and Braggo Roth swiped 103 bases between tliem for Cleveland in 1917. Revson Wins Title At Donnybrooke BRAINERD, Minn. (AP) Peter Revson chased down and caught world driving champion Jackie Stewart of Scotland on the tliird lap and then roared away to victory Sunday in the Canadian-Amei-ican Challenge Cup road race at Etonnybrooke Speedway. • Revson, half of the Gulf McLaren driving team, charged by Stewart comuig out of corner No. 4 and averaged 119.137 miles per hour around the winding three-mile coui'se. Revson, commanding leader in the Can-Am point standings after his fourth victory of the series, won ?17,00O in the 90,000 race. Stewart ran into mechanical problems and finished sixth. GARY PLAYER'S GOLF CLASS: The waggle How They Fared Top Twenty Al A Glance By The Associated Press Mow the Top Twenty loams In The As :ioci<ite<l Press pro-sc.ison college foolball poll did on the first weekend of the 1971 sc.ison, Inst year's won-lost records listed. I, Notre Diinie, 9-1. did not pl.iy. ?, Nobrask<i, 10 01, Oregon State 3.1-7. 3., 10-0, did not piny. •1. Michlflnn, 9-1, licnt Northwestern 21 6. .S. Southern CnlKornin, 6-4-1, lost to Ala. bnmn 17-10. 6. Auburn, 0-7, did not piny. 7. Arkiinsjs, 9-3, bent CnlKornin JI-M. 8. Tennessee, 10-1, did not piny, 9. Loulslann Stnte, 9-2, lost to Colorado 31-21. 10. Oklnhomn, 7-4, did not play. II. Ohio Stnte, 9-0, beat Iowa 52-21. 12. Penn Stnio, 7-3, did not play. 13. Syracuse, 6-4, did not piny. 14. Arlronn Stnte, 100, did not piny. 15. UCLA, 6-S, lost to Pitt 29-25. 16. AInbnmn, 6-5, bent Southern Calllor- nl.i 17-10. 17. Gooroln Tnch, 8 3, lost to South Cnrolln.i 2,|-7. 10. Georgia, 5-5, beat Oregon State 5625. 19. Stnnlord, 8-3, bent Missouri 19-0. 20. Nortliwesturn, 4-4, lost to Michigan 21-6, AUTOMOTIVE MACHINE SHOP Cylinder Head Work • Cylinder Boring Crankshnl't Grinding • Valve Guide Knurling . . . Wc do it ail! .AUTO, TRUCK, TRACTOR PARTS Some Foreign Cars, too. ROSE MOTOR SUPPLY, INC. 50 Years In Thi.s Biisine.s.s 109111 E. Sherman MO 2-1254 FOR \ bank The First National Bank now comes in two's! 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