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Major College Grid Standings M»|or Independents By The Associated Press W L T Florida State Notre Dame Penn State Boston College Houston Unlv South Caroline Utah State . . West Virginia Army Air Force Miami, Fla Colgate New Mexico St Cincinnati Villanova Georgia Tech Temple Holy Cross Syracuse Rutgers Marshall Unlv South Mississippi Pittsburgh Tulane Northern Illinois Navy Dayton Virginia Tech Texas, Arlington Xavier 1 l PtsOP 91 36 72 16 116 31 104 Si 86 62 67 44 77 56 91 46 41 57 44 41 j 87 45! 75 80 j 42 65 65 48 63 49 34 54 37 27 30 44 33 32 57 62 27 108 25 66 67 ICO 34 54 75 126 19 157 43 89 28 61 9 103 24 56 Western Athletic Conference Conference All Games W LTPtsOPWLT Pts OP Arizona St 2 0 0 65 28 3 0 0 83 45 Arizona 1 0 0 14 6 2 1 0 63 47 New Mex 1 0 0 14 0 2 1 0 47 54 Wyoming 1 0 0 17 6 2 2 0 91 113 How They Fared Hutchinson -News Monday, Oct. 4, 1971 Page 8 Brig Young 1 1 0 54 28 2 2 0 102 64 Utah 0 1 0 21 41 0 3 0 62 111 ColoSt Univ 0 2 0 20 71 0 3 0 20 81 Tex ElPaso 0 2 0 13 38 2 2 0 72 50 Yankee Conference Conference All Games W L T Pts OP W L T Pts OP Mass 1 0 0 13 0 1 1 0 20 31 Vermont 1 0 0 20 7 1 2 0 34 66 Conn 1 ! 0 35 41 1 2 0 3S 64 Maine 1 1 0 21 20 1 2 0 43 48 New Hamp 0 1 0 21 28 0 2 0 21 68 Rhode Isl 0 1 0 7 21 1 2 0 63 78 Pacific Coast Athletic Association Conference All Games W L T Pts OP W L T Pis OP S Barbara 1 0 0 21 7 1 2 0 3.4 120 Fresno SI 1 0 0 14 7 2 2 0 75 70 Long Beach 1 0 0 15 14 2 2 0 100 98 L.A. State 000 0 0120 42 64 000 0 011030 20 S Diego St San Jose St 0 1 Pacific U 7 14 0 3 0 37 82 0 2 0 21 36 0 4 0 34 74 No Carolina Duke Wk Forest Maryland Clemson Virginia No Caro St Conference All Games WLTPtsOPWLT Pts OP Atlantic Coast Conference Conference All Games WLTPtsOPWLT Pts OP 2 0 0 62 21 4 0 0117 21 1 0 0 28 0 4 0 0 77 21 1 0 0 18 14 3 1 0 75 59 t 2 0 63 60 1 3 0 76 88 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 24 65 0 10 0 58 1 3 0 33 117 0 2 0 14 62 0 4 0 41 109 Big Ten Conference Conference All Games V/ L T PtsOP V/ L TPts OP Michigan 1 0 0 21 i 4 0 0161 6 Mich State 100 10 02204338 Minnesota 1 0 0 28 0 2 2 0 93 86 Ohio State 1 0 0 52 21 2 1 0101 44 Purdue 1 0 0 45 13 1 2 0 8 7 59 Northwest 1 1 0 30 32 2 2 0 49 88 Illinois 0 1 0 0 10 0 4 0 14 117 Indiana 0 1 0 0 28 1 3 0 26 53 Wisconsin 0 1 0 11 24 1 2 1 90 82 Iowa 0 2 0 34 97 0 4 067 174 Cevert Wins Grand Prix 'Grizzlie' Bear Still Not Satisfied Big Sky Athletic Conference Conference All Games W L T Pts OP W L T Pts OP Weber St 2 0 0 43 14 3 0 0 63 14 Boise Stats I 1 0 49 34 3 1 0 84 58 Idaho It 0 35 54 2 2 0 52 78 Idaho St 00 0 0 0 2 1 0 51 36 Montana St 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 87 81 Montana 0 1 0 12 21 3 1 0 91 56 North Ariz 0 1 0 7 23 0 4 0 56 137 Ivy League Conference Conference All Games W L T Pts OP W L T Pts OP Columbia 1 0 0 22 20 I 1 0 22 23 Penn 1 00 17 16 2004530 Cornell 00000 200 69 37 Dartmth 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 59 16 Harvard 000 0 01103328 Yale " 000 0 01104428 Brown 0 1 0 16 17 0 2 0 37 51 Mid-American Conference Conference All Games W L T Pts OP W L T Pts OP Bowling Gr 2 0 0 43 25 3 0 0 90 46 Toledo 1 0 0 31 28 4 0 0 109 35 Ohio 1 2 0 84 72 1 2 0 84 72 Miami, Oh 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0114 23 Kent 0 1 0 21 37 I 3 0 78 117 W Michigan 0 1 0 6 23 3 1 0 77 47 Missouri Valley Conference Conference All Games W L T Pts OP W L T Pts OP Drake 1 0 0 10 7 3 1 0 85 44 Memphis 1 0 0 30 0 1 2 0 54 56 Tulsa 100 17 7 2104846 Nor Tex St- 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 13 71 Wichita St 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 59 89 Louisville 0 1 0 7 10 1 1 1 48 23 W Tex St 0 2 0 7 47 1 2 0 21 53 Ohio Valley Conference Conference All Games W L T Pts OP W L T Pts OP E Kentucky West Ky Mid TennSt Tenn Tech Morehd St Aust Peay E Tenn St Murray St 42 23 82 14 9 7 27 3 55 23 16 60 21 64 17 75 0 83 42 0115 21 0 46 72 0 64 27 0 84 29 0 50 60 0 55 109 0 49 82 Paclfic-8 Conference Conference All Games W L T Pts OP W L T Pts OP Oreawi St 1 0 0 34 17 2 2 0 106 123 Stanford 1 0 0 38 17 3 California 0 0 0 0 0 7 South Calif 0 0 0 0 0 2 Washgton 0 0 0 0 0 4 Wash State 0 0 0 0 0 2 Oregon 0 1 0 17 38 7 UCLA 0 1 0 17 34 0 0 98 29 0 77 106 0 82 50 0 199 82 0 93 105 0 67 136 0 52 129 Southeastern Conference Conference All Games W L T Pts OP W L T Pts OP Alabama 2 0 0 78 6 4 0 0 137 22 Auburn 2 0 0 48 15 3 0 0108 22 Georgia 10 0 35 7 4 0 0 136 39 Vanderblf 1 0 0 49 19 2 1 1 92 65 Miss 1 1 0 40 60 3 1 0118 94 Tennessee 1 1 0 29 23 2 1 0 77 29 Miss State 1 2 0 39 94 1 3 0 46 120 LSU 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 0 134 62 Kentucky 0 2 0 26 72 1 3 0 47 108 Florida 0 3 0 23 71 0 4 0 29 83 Southern Conference Conference AM Games W L T Pts OP W L T Pts OP Wil&Mary 3 0 0 103 52 4 0 0117 55 Furman 1 0 0 14 0 1 2 0 28 62 East Caro 1 1 0 41 53 1 3 0 62 145 Va Military 1 J 0 27 17 1 2 0 30 30 Richmond 000 0 0030 368 Citadel 0 2 0 53 65 2 2 0 135 138 Davidson 0 2 0 17 67 0 4 0 34 129 Arkansas Texas Baylor Rice SMU Texas A &M TCU Texas Tech Southwest Conference Conference All Games W L T PtsOP W L T PtsOP 1 0 0 49 15 3 1 0 151 66 28 0 3 0 0 0 12 0 0 13 0 0 12 0 0 13 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0. 1 0 15 49 0 28 91 17 25 63 38 96 40 79 48 95 83 93 32 66 WATKINS GLEN, N.Y. (AP) — Francois Cevert, a 27-year- old extrovert from France, passed team mate Jackie Stewart on the 13th lap Sunday and went on to win the United States Grand Prix for Formula 1 cars. The curly-haired Cevert, in only his second year on the world circuit, finished about 40 seconds ahead of Jo Siffert of Switzerland. Ronnie Peterson of Sweden was third, Howden Ganley of New Zealand was fourth and Stewart fifth. Clay Regazzoni of Switzerland came in sixth despite an early pit stop that took him out of eon-j tention. The race, ran in almost per feet weather after a dense fog that didn't clear until midday, drew a crowd estimated by police in excess of 100,000. They said it was a record for this event. Cevert, son of a Parisian jeweler, collected $50,000 from the record $267,000 purse. Siffert was paid $20,000 and Peterson $12,000. Cevert. who had started fifth on the grid, overhauled pole-sitter Stewart as they roared down the backstretch during their 13th circuit of the new 3.377-mile Watkins Glen Grand Prix circuit. He never was in danger of losing the lead, although Belgian Jackie Ickx kept his Ferrari in contention until forced into a late pit stop. Stewart, who added two points to his total toward the world driving championship, already had clinched the Grand Prix title with six wins before coming to the Glen. Peterson had clinched second place. Cevert covered the 199 miles distance at an average speed of 115.92 miles per hour. Ickx, who trailed Cevert by only 3 seconds when he was; forced to pit, turned the fastest lap of the race—117.495 miles per hour—and received a bonus; of $5,000. Cevert, a curly-haired bachelor, is the brother-in-law of Grand Prix driver Jean-Pierre Beltoise. He joined Stewart's Tyrrell-Ford team last year. In 10 events leading up to the Glen, he had finished second twice and had the Italian Grand Prix won until running out of steam on the last lap. This was his first victory, and the slender Frenchman splashed champaign over car owner Ken Tyrrell during an exbuberent victory lane celebration. 1. Nebraska, 4-0, beat Utah State 42-6 2. Michigan, 4-0, beat Navy 46-0 3. Texas, 3-0, beat Oregon 35-7 4. Notre Dame, 3-0, beat Michigan Stale 14-2 5. Auburn, W>, beat Kentucky 38-6 6. Colorado, 4-0, beat Kansas State 31-21 7. Alabama 4-0. beat Mississippi 40-6 8. Oklahoma, 3-0, beat Southern California 33-20 9. Penn State, 3-0, beat Air Force 16-14 10. Stanford, 3-1, lost to Duke 9-3 11. Georgia, 4-0, beat Mississippi State 35-7 12. Tennessee, 2-1, beat Florida 20-13 13. Arizona State, 3-0. beat Texas-El Paso 24-7 14. Ohio State, 2-1, beat California 35-3 15. Washington, 4-0, beat Illinois 52-14 16. Louisiana State, 3-1, beat Rice 38-3 17. Southern California, 2-2, lost to Oklahoma 33-20 I 18. Arkansas, 3-1, beat TCU 49-15 I 19. Duke, 4-0, beat Stanford 9-3 j 20. North Carolina 40, beat North Caro• lina Slate 27-7 Small College Top 10 Results 1. Arkansas Slale, 2-0; did not play 2. North Dakota State, 4-0; defeated Morningside, Iowa 62-0 3. Grambllng, 4-0; defeated Prairie View, Texas 30-7 4. Western Kentucky, 30; defeated East Tennessee State 36-7 .5. Montana, 3-1; lost to Idaho 21-12 6. Delaware, 3-0; beat Villanova 23-15 7. Louisiana Tech, 2-1; lost to AAcNeese State, La. 29-22 8. Eastern Michigan, 3-0; defeated Idaho State 23-22 9. Eastern Kentucky, 4-0; defeated Austin Peay 14-9 10. Tennessee State, 2-1; lost to Texas Southern 28-23 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Alabama, using a vicious and quick-striking ground attack, wasted little time' in crushing arc h-rival Mississippi, but Coach Paul "Bear" Bryant still wasn't satisfied. Asked why Alabama began the game by running a series of plays without calling a huddle, Bryant said: "We wanted to line up and go without giving them time to make a bunch of signals, changes and stunts. We probably made a mistake not doing more of it." Actually, Alabama ran two quick plays at the start of the game before Mississippi called time out to adjust to the speedup, and Alabama then reverted to huddling between plays. It really made no difference, even if Bryant appeared a bit displeased, as the seventh-ranked Crimson Tide scored without much trouble and amassed 531 yards rushing in mauling Ole Miss 40-6 Saturday in a Southeastern Conference clash. Only Indians While Alabama was boosting its record to 4-0, the other members of The Associated Press' Top Ten, except for No. 10 Stanford, remained unbeaten and untied. Alabama, avenging a 48-23 setback to Ole Miss last year, whers the Tide gained only 27 yards on the ground, shredded the Mississippi defense with its bruising ninning attack this time before a record crowd of 72,871 at Birmingham, Ala. Johnny Musso, who sets an Alabama record nearly every time he handles the ball, carried 22 times for 193 yards and scored once. The touchdown was the 31st of his career, tying an SEC record. Quarterback Jerry Tagge paced Nebraska's attack, throwing TD passes of 14 yards to Bill Olds and 36 yards to Johnny Rodgers and scoring twice on runs of one and three yards against Utah State. A disappointed but awed Utah State Coach Chuck Mills paraphrased Julius Caesar, saying: "We came, we saw, we were conquered. Tired Of Criticism Michigan Coach Bo Schem- hechler was a little testy despite his team's rout of Navy. "People should stop expecting us to win by 50 because we are not that good. Quit saying Michigan looks lousy and give that other team credit." he snapped. "They really took it to us and played a heck of a first half. I respect Navy. They couldn't |move on us at all, but defensively they hung in there." Alan Walker scored twice for the Wolverines, while Billy Taylor moved into second place on Michigan's all-time rushing list—305 yards behind Ron Johnson's record 2,440 yards and one yard ahead of Tom Harmon—by carrying 11 times for 78 yards and a career total of 2.115. Donnie Wigginton, filling in for injured quarterback Eddie Phillips, led Texas on four long scoring drives and ran for 116 yards and one touchdown in 13 attempts as the Longhorns manhandled Oregon. Phillips, bothered by a pulled leg muscle for more than month, was taken out late in. the first quarter as a precautionary measure, but is expected to be ready for next Saturday's game against Oklahoma. Bob Minnix slipped through Michigan State's defense for a pair of first-period touchdowns and Notre Dame made them stand up in a game in which Spartans' Coach Duffy Daugherty was highly critical of the officiating. "This was the worst officiated game I have seen in all my years of coaching," fumed Daugherty. Asked if he would make any formal complaints about the officiating. Daugherty replied: "No, but I'll criticize them publicly." Three Poor Calls? What drew Daugtierty's wrath were two calls against the Spartans for offensive pass interference and another play ha which he thought a Notre Dame player should have been called for roughing the kicker but wasn't. The passing combination of Pat Sullivan to Terry Beasley led Auburn past Kentucky. Sullivan riddled the Wildcats' defense for 16 completions in 25 attempts for 253 yards and two touchdowns. One TD strike was a 59-yarder to Beasley, who caught a total of rune passes for 194 yards. Beasley's touchdown was the 19th of his career, an SEC record. Cliff Branch returned a punt 49 yards for a touchdown and grabbed a 20-yard pass for another score in Colorado's victo- rv over Kansas State. "I still get excited whenever Branch pass against Southern Califor- takes the ball," said Colorado nia, but rolled up 516 yards Coach Eddie Crowder. "But rushing from its Wishbome-T of- that's because I don't know fence Greg Pmitt paced the whether he'll drop it or score ajSooners unstoppable ground touchdown." game with touchdown runs of Oklahoma tossed only one 75, 38 and seven yards. Saturday's Major College Football Results By The Associated Press East Alfred 35, Union College 0 Amherst 14, American Int'l 13 Army 22, Missouri 6 Bloomsburg 21, Mansfield St 20 Brockport State 27, Grove City 7 Bucknell 14, Gettysburg Col 13 Coast Guard 50, Norwich Unlv 14 Colgate 28, Yale 21 Columbia 22, Princeton 20 Connecticut 28, New Hampshire 21 Cornell 31, Rutgers 17 Curry College 7, Plymouth State 0 Dartmouth 28, Holy Cross 9 Delaware 23, Villanova 15 Delaware Val 19, Albright 15 Dickinson Col 17, Swarthmore 7 Edlnboro State 49, Slippery Rock 21 Federal Cily 25, Gallaudet Col 8 Fordham 40, St Peter's 0 Franklin & Mar 24, Johns Hopkins 0 Glassboro State 12, Trenton State 7 Harvard 17, Northeastern 7 Hobart College 28, St Lawrence 24 Hofstra Univ 30, Delaware State 0 Ithaca 21, Cortland State 13 Juniata College 10, Susquehanna 10 Kings Point 6, Adelphi 2 Lafayette 21, Drexel Tech 13 Lebanon Valley 21, Ursinus 12 Lehigh 49, Vermont 8 Lock Haven 26, Calif State, Pa. 7 Maine 21, Rhode Island 7 Middlebury 35, Worcester Tech 17 Montclalr 35, Paterson St 6 Muhlenberg 28, Haverford Col 0 Newark St 17, Brooklyn Col 14 Nichols College 10, Plattsburg St 7 Pennsylvania 17, Brown 16 Penn State 16, Air Force 14 Rensselaer 48, Hamilton Col 7 Rochester 49, Williams Col 25 Rochester Tech 41, Albany St, NY 21 St John's NY 40, Pace College 0 Shepherd Col 14, Mlllersville St 0 Shippensburg 14, Kutztcwn 12 Springfield 20, South Conn St 19 Temple 34, Boston Univ 10 Trinity College 17, Bates College 7 Upsala College 29, Wagner 14 Wesleyan 14, Bowdoin 13 West Chester 9, E Stroudsuurg 7 Westminster, Pa 18, Lycoming Col 0 Wilkes College 20, Moravian Col 2 CONSTIPATED 7 DUE TO LACK OF FOOD BULK IN YOUR DIET TRY South Alabama 40. Mississippi 6 Appalachian St 35, Davidson Coi 10 Auburn 38, Kentucky 6 Belhune-Cookmn 43, Alabama A8<M 0 Bluefield State 22, West Va State 20 Boston College 24, Richmond 0 Centre Colleae 17, Washingtn & Lee 7 C. W. Post 50, Guilford Col 16 East Carolina 31, Citadel 25 East Kentucky 14, Austin Peay 9 Elizabeth City 74, Hampton Inst 12 Fairmont 33, Glenvllle State 23 Fayetteville 27, Shaw 6 Florida A&M 28, South Caro St 7 Florida State 17, Virginia Tech 3 Furman Univ 14, Virginia Military 0 Georgia 35, Mississippi St 7 Georgia Tech 24, Clemson 14 Grambllng Col 30, Prairie View 7 Hampden-Sydney 21, Brldgewater, Va 0 Hope College 27, Georgetown Col 0 Howard Univ 21, Petersburg St 14 Jackson State 42, Kentucky State 33 Jacksonville St 41, West Carolina 14 John Carroll 28, Bethany, W.Va. 0 Livingstone Col 44, Knoxvllle Col 8 Louisiana State 38, Rice 3 J&tiPippif BUDS 5 What is a compact bank? It's where the emphasis is on service... not size. OMPJLCT BANK NG [NORTH NATIONAL GATE BANK C-01 Eos! -30th / 663-1201 / H'jlcm WRESTLING Convention Hall TONIGHT US Central States Title Match Champion Challenger Race Vs. Rnfus R. Jones T^^eaTiTMatch Chati Yokouchi and Yosu Fuji Vs Steve Bolus and Danny Littlebear GfriToirls Giris Galento Vs. Niccoli Yokouchi Vs Bolus Tickets On Sale At Duckwalls—13th & Main General Admission Tickets Go On Sale 6 PM The Night Of The Match Prices $2.00-$3.00 Sponsored by Hutchinson Jaycees Louisville 41, Dayton 13 Maryland State 0, Virginia Union 0 McNeese St 29, Louisiana Tech 22 Miami, Fla 41, Baylor 15 Middle Tenn St 23, Chattanooga 13 Morehead State 48, Murray State 14 Morgan State 23, No Carolina Cen 8 Morris Brown 46, Alabama State 33 Norfolk State 17, Winston Salem 14 North Carolina 27, No Carolina St 7 No Carolina AST 12, J.C. Smith 0 NE Louisiana St 15. NW Louisiana St 14 Ouachita 28, Mississippi Col 0 Randolph-Macon 22, Towson State 0 Samford Unlv 23, Florence State 7 Savannah State 22, Fisk University 21 South Carolina 7, Memphis State 3 SE Louisiana 31, Troy State 6 Southern Unlv 13, Mississippi Val 0 Tampa 49, Younqstown 0 Tennessee 20, Florida 13 Tennessee Tech 10, Tenn U, Martin 7 Trinity 27, SW Louisiana 21 Virginia 27, Vanderbilt 23 Wake Forest 18, Maryland 14 West Virginia 20, Pittsburgh 9 West Va Wesley 9, West Va Tech 0 West Kentucky 36, East Tenn State 7 West Maryland 38, P.M.C. Colleges 7 William 8, Mary 14. Tulane 3 Midwest Akron 10, Ball State 7 Alma College 31, Grand Valley 0 Anderson 29, Hanover Col 6 Ashland 14, Central St, Ohio 7 Baker Univ 6, Graceland Col 6 Baldwin-Wallace 20, Muskingum Col 7 Bethany, Kans. 10, Sterling College 7 Bowling Green 23, West Michigan 6 Butler 15, DePauw Univ 13 Carnegie-Mellon 35, Oberlin College 0 Carroll, Wise. 14, North Central 2 Carthage Col 22, Illinois Wesley 19 Central Col Iowa 29, Simpson College 7 Cent Michigan 21, Indiana Stale 6 ConcordiaT, Neb. 13, Hastings Col 7 Dana College 20, Westmar College 13 Denison Unlv 27, Capital Unlv 18 Eorlham Col 32, Franklin Col 20 Eastern Illinois 43, Ill-Chicago 21 Eureka College 21, Lakeland Col 21 Findlay College 15, Defiance Col 12 Ft Hays Kans 14, Kans State, Phi 14 END DENTURE MISERY BEFITS DENTURES BEAUTIFULLY Miracle plastic DENTURITE refits loose dentures in five minutes. This "Cushion of Comfort" eases sore sums.You eat anything. Laugh, talk, even sneeze without embarrassment. 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Geneva College 21, Adrian 20 Gustav Adolphus 40, MacAlester 15 Hillsdale Col 37, St Norbc-rt 21 Illinois St Univ 21, SW Missouri 18 Indiana Central 20, Manchester 0 Iowa State 17, Kent State 14 Iowa Wesleyan 21, Illinois College 6 Kalamazoo Col 21, St Procopius Col 14 Kansas Wesley 28, Tabor 6 Kearney State 7, Chadron State 3 Knox College 34, Coe College 22 Luther College 14, Buena Vista 0 Mankafo State 20, Lincoln Univ 13 Marietta Col 14, Kenyon College 13 Mayville State 14, Dickinson State 3 Miami, Ohio 66, Marshall Univ 6 Michigan 46, Navy 0 Millikin Univ 24, Wheaton College 19 Milton College 38, Northwest Wise 14 Minnesota 38, Kansas 20 Minn Duluth 13, Concord, Moorhd 0 Minnesota-Morris 17, Winona Stale 0 Minot State 40, Valley City 0 Missouri, Rolla 21, Culver-Stockton 0 Missouri South 18, Emporia St Col 3 Missouri South 18, Emporia St Col 3 Missouri Valley 27, Tarklo College 0 Monmouth Col 42, Lawrence Univ 0 Moorhead State 28, Bemidli State 8 Mount Union 24, Wooster 14 Nebraska 42, Utah State 6 Nebraska Wesley 19, Austin College 14 No Dakota St 62, Morningside 0 North Park Col 23, Augustana, III. 12 Northern lewa 8, South Dakota 0 North Michigan 24, Northwood Mich 0 Northland Col 24, Plllsbury Col 7 Northwestern 24, Wisconsin 11 NW Col, Iowa 26, Midland 6 Notre Dame 14, Michigan State 2 Ohio Northern 14, Taylor 13 Ohio State 35, California 3 Oklahoma 33, Southern Cal 20 Omaha 17, Wayne St, Neb 7 Ottawa U, Kans. 30, Cent Methodist 0 Principia Col 17, Rose Polytechnic 14 612 East First • Kitchen Cabinets • Plumbing Supplies • Electrical Supplies • Light Fixtures • Construction Materials • Hand Tools COATS Beautiful need expert cleaning care. 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Purdue 45, Iowa 13 Quantico Marine 24, Xavier 6 Ripon College 34, Beloit College 7 •St John's, Minn. 29, Hamline Univ 16 St Joseph's, Ind. 10, Valparaiso 6 St Louis 21, SW Memphis 0 St Mary, Kansas 29, McPherson Col 0 So Dakota Tech 17, Dakota St Col 7 SE Missouri 14, Evansville 6 Sou State, S.D. 34, Peru State 20 Southwest, Kans. 26, Bethel, Kans. 7 Syracuse 7, Indiana 0 Toledo 31, Ohio 28 Wabash 17, Albion 3 Washburn 17, William Jewel 16 Washington 52, Illinois 14 Wayne St, Mich 27, So Dakota State 8 Western Illinois 45, Wise, Milwaukee 14 Wichita State 26, Southern Illinois 24 William Penn 27, Wartburg 6 Wilmington Col 21, Bluffton 0 Wise, Lacrosse 31, Wise, Stevens Pt 0 Wise, Oshkosh 12, Wise, Eau Claire 6 Wise, RIv Falls 19, Bethel, Minn. 10 Wise, Whitewater 17, Wise, Plattevllle 0 Yankton 69, Sioux Falls 6 Southwest Abilene 14, Northern Colo 7 Angelo St 42, Tarleton State 13 Arkansas 49, Texas Christian 15 Arkansas St Col 34, NE Missouri St 0 Cincinnati 17, Texas A&M 0 Houston Unlv 34, San Jose State 20 Howard Payne 37, East Texas St 13 Lamar Tech 35, Cent Missouri St 6 South Methodist 28, New Mexico St 25 Sou Slate, Ark. 34, Harding Col 7 SW Texas State 42, McMurray Col 3 Sul Ross State 20, Sam Houston St 16 Texas 35. Oregon 7 Texas Col A8.I 22, Stephen F Austin 21 i Texas Southern 28, Tennessee State 23 Tulsa 17, West Texas State 7 Far West Adams State 21, West New Mex 3 Arizona State 24, Texas, El Paso 7 Calif Lutheran 21, Redlands 7 Cal U, SBarbara 21, Pacific Univ 7 Carroll, Mont. 6, Rocky Mountain 6 Chico State 27, US International 26 Colorado 31, Kansas St Univ 21 Drake Univ 38, Northern Arizona 13 Duke 9, Stanford 3 East Michigan 23, Idaho St Univ 22 East Montana 19, West Montana 14 East New Mex 14, Texas Lutheran 7 Eastern Oregon 10, Southern Oregon i East Wash St 26, Whltworth Col 9 Fresno State 19, Hawaii Univ 8 Fullerton State 13, Whittier Col 3 Idaho 21, Montana 12 Long Beach St 34, San Fernando 7 Los Angeles St 29, CalPoly-Pomona 25 Montana State 23, Portland State 8 Montana Tech 65, North Montana 0 New Mexico 14, Brlgham Young 0 Oregon State 34, UCLA 17 Pacific U, Ore. 9, Llnfield Col 7 Puget Sound 35, Pacific Lutheran 18 St Mary's. Cal. 13, LaVerne Col 11 San Diego State 30, Northern Illinois 10 San Francisco St 38, Azusa Pacific 8 Santa Clara 21, Nevada, Reno 7 Texas Tech 13, Arizona 10 Washington St 34. Utah 12 Weber State 20, Boise State 7 West Washington 23, Central Wash St 12 Wyoming 17, Colo State Univ 6 The News Football 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 Oct. 9 Kansas State at Kansas Nebraska at Missouri Oklahoma at Texas Colorado at Iowa State TCU at Oklahoma State Army at Penn State Navy at Pittsburgh Syracuse at Maryland Indiana at Wisconsin Michigan at Michigan State Minnesota at Purdue Georgia at Mississippi SMU at Air Force California at Oregon St Stanford at Washington 14 Name Address It is not necessary to use this blank. You may make as many as needed for the family, one entry per person. Clip and mail in envelope to Football, care of Hutchinson News. 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