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41 17 DJnnn? nn MMi Sunday DEMOCRAT and TIMES October 21, 1951 Sterns Coatta sin Iga State Goes, 32-21 Four First-Half Fumbles, Two Safeties Put Shackles On Harassed Boilermakers I- wjy Spartans1 Surge Penn State Fifth Makes Victim I vctf Jit i By 1IIT.II FI I.I.F.RTON. JR. STATE COLLEGE, Ta. (AP) Mighty Michigan State, in trouble for the third successive week, showed its class by coming from behind to give Penn State a 32-21 licking Sat LAFAYETTE, Ind. (AP) Wisconsin put together four touchdowns and two safeties to whip fumble-harassed Purdue Saturday, 31-7.

The safeties tied a Big Ten record held by Iowa. The hard-charging Wisconsin offensive was pointed by John Coatta's deadly passing. The veteran quarterback tossed for two touchdowns and threw another long one to set up a third. A homecoming crowd of 40,000 was subdued before half-time by four Wisconsin recoveries of Purdue fumbles. Purdue survived tht first three, but the fourth started a 16-polnt Wis- consin splurge in the second 9uar-'tV6rVbOClV TORN APART.

jrU.t-111 It- urday before 30,684 homecoming fani. The green-clad Spartans pulled their long gaining plays out of the bag in the third quarter after Penn State had taken a 14-13 lead. Sophomore Jim Ellis galloped 37 yards returning a Penn State punt for a touchdown; quarterback Al Dorow added another, by pulling in a 41-yard pass from Don McAuliff, and Leroy Boldon, the little fresh-. 1 Wisconsin's position in the Wigl3 11 N.D.33PittO Statistics NO First downt it 24 Rushing yardage SI 167 Passing yardage 35 55 Passes attempted 19 Passes completed 4 Puies Intercepted 4 1 Punts 4 Punting average 31 41 31 Fumbles lost 1 Yard penalized 2 269 It i i MT -t 'mP him till tjfh'iiamt. 'inmi'iiiniiwiat At Jii JANOWICZ OUT, ROBERTSON IN Bob Robertson plunges six yards for third Indiana touchdown Saturday with help of Mel Beckett (50), who blocks Ohio State's Vic Janowicz (31) out of play.

Pass by Lou D' Achille to Don Luf set up touchdown. Story: Page 39. (AP Wirephoto.) tut Loose, 39-, man sprinter, dashed 66 yards for the final score. RANKED THIRD. These three plays broke open a surprisingly close garna and Rave Michigan State its fifth strniKht victory.

The Spartans, ranked third in the nation in The Associated Press weekly poll, had barely eked out triumphs over Ohio State and Mar quette In its last two games. Saturday they outclassed Penn State even more than the score indicates. They gained 303 yards by rushing to Penn State's 67, and meir defensive platoon was so strong that the home team could score only on long runs and passes SPRINTS 64 YARDS. Providing the biggest thrill for the crowd, largest ever to see a game here, Bob Pollard sprinted Ii4 yards after receiving a punt for the touchdown that put Penn State ahead, 14-13, early in the third quarter. Long passes by Tony Rados, pitching from the quarterback spot in the winged formation, accounted for the other two Penn State touchdowns.

Michigan State 13 0 12 732 Penn State 0 7 7 7-21 Michigan State scoring: touchdowns Plsano, McAuliff, Ellis, Dorow, Iloltlcn. Conversions R. Carey, Serr. Penn State scoring: touchdowns Yanoslch, R. Pollard, UetU.

Conversions Leonard 3. Weather Troubles CLINTON, la, (Specialist. Mary's will try again today to get In their ball game with Community high of Sterling. The game is slated for 2 p. m.

on the Schick field. The game was originally scheduled for Thursday tils lit, was shoved back to Saturday because of the rain and because of more downpours Saturday It was postponed for the second time. Maryland Remains Unbeaten With 14-7 Win Over Carolina COLLEGE PARK, Md. struggle mightily Saturday to hard-socking North Carolina four games. The North Carolina Tarheels threatened to stage an uprising against the seventh-ranked team in the nation by gaining at least a tie.

They had Maryland's back to the wall almost the entire second half, which was scoreless on both sides. With only a minute to play they left the 31,237 fans in Byrd stadium Big 10 Standings 1. Prt. TP OP Michigan I0OO 54 14 Illinois 1 1-IHKI 14 1 Korthwettern 1 ItXNI 21 7 Wisconsin 1 I 1 47 27 Purdue 11 41 SI Indiana lit .500 44 4 Ohio Slat It 3S Minnesota 7 II Iowa tit It Si Football Scores (Continued from first sport page) St. Cloud Trchrt It, Winona Ttrh- r.

Indian Mate 0, Rail Ktnt Valparaiso 34, Carroll 7. Tlor 14, Franklin Hanover 12. Manrhrxlvr T. larlliam Anderson 28. Wabash 41, Ohvrt t.

Indiana Crntral 20, rdarvtlle (O (. Nt. JiiKrph't l- Htitler 6. ((nlnrv 22, ort llava 21. Northern Illinois J'J, llllnoli Nor-mal 11 Illinois Wetleyan 26, Mllllkln T.

Kipon 7, Knox 6. Wayne It, Emporia T. Krarnry 19, Peru 14. SI, Benedict' 31. Wakhburn 11.

Concordia 66, Tarklo I. EAST. I.ehi.h 21, Riietrri 6. Dartmouth 14. Syrai'tua 9, Cornell 27, Val 0.

Count Guard 2K. Amhtrit SO. Trinity 41. Colby l. I'enn 2R, Columbia II.

San Francisco 32, Fordham 26. Harvard Army 21. Colgala 12, 11 own 14. Maryland 14, North Carolina 7. Holy Crosi SI, NYU West Vlrslula HH, (ieneva 1'rlnrelon 60, Lafayette 7.

Ilobart -6, Kenyon 14. Maine 49, Connecticut 19, Worcester Tech 12, Itentsrlaer T. Weslevan 28, I'psala 14. Trenton Trhrg 47, New York Amies 0. Northeastern 41, Hales 13.

Williams 11, llowdoin 12. Norwich 12, Loyola (Montreal) 6. Massachusetts 40, llhode Island 7. Scram on 13, Indlantown Gap 1, Hli- tihepherd 1.1. Clarion 25, Ilrockport State 20.

Rochester 7, Vermont 0. Ilrldnwatcr 1H, Uallaudet 13. Westminster 27, tirove City 13. Indiana Teachers 12, Slippery Itork WavnesbiirK ISi'lhany a. Hider 27.

West Liberty (I. West Virginia Tech 19, Fairmont S. Kandnlph Macon 3R, Johns Hopkins 12. Concord 14, Potomac! Stale (W. va.) 12.

Hnr knell R2, HufMIo 32. Susquehanna 17, Wanner 2 Kings Point 35, Ilrooklyn Cll(ee 11. New Itrllnln 27, Mmitclalr 12. Mtddlehury Tu ft 13. New Haven 41, HrlrtRpport 0.

Fort Devrna 21, Holy Cross JV 14. Carnegie, Tech 39, Allegheny 6. Thlel 12, Kdlnhoro 0. Western Maryland 33, Dickinson 12. Hlnomsbura 40.

Shliinenslieri 14. Patuxient Naval 14. i(uoniet Point 0. Union 32, Chaniptaln 25. Holstra 41, tarkson 0.

New Hampshire 20, Springfield 7. West Chester 27, Rest Stroudshurg 13. Millersvllle 14, Cheyney 13. SOUTH. Kentucky 35, Vlllanova 13.

Louisiana NUte 7, Ueorgla 0, Louisiana Slate 7, Georgia 0. Virginia 34, VH1I 14. William tt Mary 35, North Carolina SUite 2K. Georgia Tech 27, Auburn 7. Florida 31, Vamlcrbllt 13.

Fort Jackson 34. llolllng Air Force 0. Mississippi 25, Ttilane 6. Tennessee 27, Alabama 13. Duke 55, VPI Camp Lejeune 69, Cherry Point t.

Kmory Ik Henry 3ft, Maryvllle It. Howard 20, Johnson C. Smith 0. Texas Southern 19, Kentucky State 14. Tennessee Tech 14, Western Kentucky Rewanee 29, Mississippi college SOUTHWEST.

Klce 28, Southern Methodist 7. Arkansas 16, Texas II. Texas Christian 20, Texas AIM II 11a lor 40, Texas Tech 20. New Mexico Western 6, New Mexico Highland 6 (tie). nrlgham Young 20, Wyoming 20.

Montana 1H, Montana Slate 0. UCLA 41, Oregon 0. Southern California 21, California 14 Stanford 21, Santa Clara 14. Utah State 20, Colorado A a 10. Washington State 26, Oregon Stale 11.

Colorado college 40, Western Colorado 19. Irinho 40, San Jose 7. Utah Stale 20, Colorado A. tt M. 20.

-Special! Perfectly Laundered MEN'S SHIRTS ONLY "1 09 CASH AND CARRY ft QualCititt fhttt laundertrt and Cioneri ROCK ISLAND Wn H.rrl.oa If, 1721 Ire Ae. 121 lre St. Call For FRtl Htk-up and Dtffvtry (AP) Maryland had to, wrest a 14-7 victory from a array and stay undefeated in Texas Knocked From Perfect List by 16-14 Arkansas Halts Skein For First Win in 13 Years Over Longhorns FAYETTEVILLE. Ark. tf) A hopped-up band of Arkansas Ra zorbacks, acting on orders of their governor, defeated Texas, the na tion's No.

4 football team, 16-14, for the first time in 13 years Saturday. Early in the week, Gov. Sid Mc Math issued a proclamation in which he ordered the Razorbacks to end the long drought in the South west conference series wth the Longhorns of Texas. Arkansas used a Texas fumble in the first period for its first touch down. A 67-yard sustained march for a field goal in the second, and a three-play drive of 60 yards for a third quarter touchdown gave it a margin it was able to hold.

The underdog Razorbacks held a slim 9-7 halftime lead and staved off a Texas rally in the last quar ter when Texas scored. By RUDY CERNKOVIO. PITTSBURGH. (UP) Notre Dame, making use of breaks denied in a defeat by Southern Methodist last week, timed its strikes effectively Saturday for a 33-0 rout of Pittsburgh before 60,127 fans. Iowa smacked Pitt last week, 34-17.

The game was a highlight of the "Pennsylvania Week" celebration and Notre Dame quarterback Johnny Mazur contributed mightily to his native state's observance. The Plymouth, native threw two touchdown passes to Billy Barrett and then scored twice himself on quarterback sneaks. The Irish proved they had learned a lesson in pass defense which they sadly lacked against SMU last week. Two scores were set up by pass interceptions and another started from a fumble recovery. HAYWIRE PASS.

Halfback Johnny Lattner intercepted a pass and recovered a fumble in the second period which led to a 20-0 Notre Dame hulA Lattner scooped Bill Reynolds' fumble on the Notre Dame 46 and the touchdown drive was capped by Mazur's 27-yard pitch to Barrett. A few minutes later, the Chi cago sophomore speared Blair Kramer's pass and Notre Damp began a scoring Dush on Pitt' it Mazur sneaked over from inside the 1 and Menil Mavraides added his second conversion. Notre Dame's first-neriorl tnnph. down came after a 32-yard drive ignited by a 15-yard pass from the I-formation. Barrett went over on a 10-yard pass from Mazur.

NO THREAT. Notre Dame's straieht attack in the third period brought a score in 13 plays. The 71-yard dirve was highlighted bv Barrett and freshman Paul Reynolds, who movea tne Dau to the Pitt 18. Neil Worden barbed On six rnn. secutive plays to the half-foot line and Mazur wormed over.

So effectively did the Irish line outcharge the Panthers that the home team did not penetrate enemy territory until the second period and advanced that far only three times in the entire game. Safety Means Margin In 22-21 Quincy Win Ouincv. Ill (AT a caM i uie final 30 sprnnHi nt th half provided the margin of vic tory oaturaay as Quincy college defeated Fort Havs (Kan T.k ers college 22-21. At half time Quincy led 15 to 0. Hays came back in th amn half, scoring two touchdowns in me tniro quarter and another in the second play of the final quarter.

Ouincv scored its last and tiriri- ning touchdown in tht fourth auarter. when it drove nn iv niawe from its own 35 yard line with going over from the nine-yard line. FANCY SYSTEM! EAST LANSING, Mich. Michigan State's press-radio setup at Macklin Field stadium functions on six levels from roof to press gate. No Honeymoon RUSH V1LLE, III.

(AP) Miss Helen Jakusa bet Calvin Hewitt that if Southern Methodist upset favored Notre Dame last week she would marry him. SMU won, 27-20. Saturday, Mlsa Jakuss paid off. The honeymoon will have to wait. Hewitt, 33-year-old University of Iowa student from Lewlston, N.

Buffered a broken back and a broken hip Oct. 1 In an auto accident near Rushvllle. Pbyalclana at Sarah Culbert-son hospital, Rushvllle, say ha will be In a east for quit a while. Davenport Wins State Cross-Country AMES, la. (Special) Davenport raced off with the stato Class AA cross-country chanw pionship here Saturday, beating out North and Dowllng of Des Moines by eight points.

The Blue Devils' Loren Wulf, Ira Dunsworth and Dick Kerr finished sixth, seventh and eighth in that order. The Class A championship went to Cedar Rapids Roosevelt, the title to Orlnnell and th Clas crown to Stanley, rnliit standings: t'lase A Davenport 21, nee Molne Howling lilt, Pes Moines North 2, West Waterloo 3ft, Dei Moines Kast JO, Dee muinc Lincoln bJ, cedar Raplde Franklin 64. lief Moines Terh Cotinrll Bluffs Abraham Lincoln 79, IX'S Moines Roosevelt SI, Oltnmwa int. Class A Cedar Kapldl Roosevelt 12, Charlei city 13, Cedar apldi McKln-ley 38. Class Grlnnell Marlon 24, Underwood 23, Garner 31 Class Stanley 13, Fremont IS, Oxford Iff, Ollie 40.

With Jacketsl MODELS 5.95 10.95 11.95 12.95 12.95 14.95 15.95 19.95 22.95 24.95 29.95 with Lining, ong Davenport, Iowa 411 Ten race was strengthened by the victory. The Badgers, pre-season favorites, were tied last week by Ohio State. But Indiana beat Ohio State Saturday, 32-10. The two Purdue safeties, one on a blocked punt and the other on Dale Samuels' fumble, matched the conference one-game record set by Iowa in a 1939 game with Purdue. Eugene Felkee, Wisconsin's defensive right end and offensive left end, was only one of a half-dozen slashing tacklers who tore apart the Purdue attacking platoon.

He forced Samuels' fumble for one of the safeties and consistently broke into the Purdue backfield. The second quarter broke Pur-j due. Coatta passed 42 yards to Gerald Witt to set up Alan Ame-! che a eight-yard scoring plunge. BLOCKED PUNT. Coatta hit Witt with a 47-yard pass for another.

In between, freshman Donald Voss of Wisconsin blocked Matt Werle's punt in the end zone for an automatic safety, Wisconsin picked up its second two-pointer early in the third period. Hit hard by Felker, Samuels fumbled in the Purdue end zone and Joe Wojtys, Purdue tackle, fell on the ball. Wisconsin wound it up with two last-period touchdowns. Coatta flipped the ball 12 yards to Ken Peters for one, and Rollie Strehlow dived one yard for the other. A 64- yard run by Ameche set up the ft nal score.

Wisconsin 16 1331 Pnrdua 7 0 7 Wisconsin scoring: Touchdowns Ameche, Witt 2, Strehlow. Conver sion, coatta 3. Purdue scoring: Touchdown Kai peran. Conversion Samuels. Safety tvene tpuni oiocKea Djr voss), Samuels (fumble).

Ollie Matson Paces 'Frisco to Victory Over Fordham, 32-26 NEW YORK. Ollie Mat-son, San Francisco's highly-heralded All America candidate, lived up to all his advance rave notices Saturday as he led the undefeated Dons to a dramatic 32- 26 football victory over the stubborn Fordham Rams at Randalls Island's Triboro stadium. The high-powered fullback raced for three touchdowns, two on runs of 94 and 90 to spearhead the Pacific Coast eleven to its fifth straight triumph. The winning touchdown came with a minute and 14 seconds left to play on some quick thinking by quarterback Ed Brown. Attempting to pass to Ralph Thomas from Fordham's three, Brown elected to run when he saw his receiver stumble and fall.

He found a big hole and swished through for the payoff tally. COACHES SUPERSTITIOUS. DETROIT. (AP)-Coaches in the National Professional Football League are just as superstitious as coaches and athletes in other sports. Take coach Buddy Parker of the Detroit Lions.

He always wears a clean, white shirt while directing his teams in league games. Assistant coach George Wilson of the Lions always wears a bow tie during the games. LAST DAY COUNTS. BROOKLYN, N. Y.

(AP)-The Brooklyn Dodgers, who lost the Na tional League pennant in a playoff hgainst the Giants, were in first plfe for i days of the season. Inched ws' stretch of 138 con- secutiv day in the top spot. On the other hand, the Giants were in last place May 15 and were still in the second division June 3. WRECKER DAY NIGHT Expert Braki Service ZIFFREN'S 'Dealer la Sinclair Products" 2-9307 DIAL 2-1233 4th and Pershing Its. Til w-V Jackets! Jackets! Jackets! breathless by.

barely missing the needed score. The game started with signs of a rout by Maryland. They went 79 yards in five plays the first time they got the ball with Ralph Felton dashing the last 28 yards. But North Carolina, beaten twice in four previous games, bounced back with the tying touchdown on a four-yard sprint around end by Gantt at the end of a 42-yard drive. Maryland went 76 yards in another play early in the second period for the winning, touchdown, UCLA Jolts Oregon, 41-0 "LOS ANGELES, Cal.

(AP) UCLA stepped up a notch out of the football doldrums Saturday by slapping down a green Oregon eleven, 41-0. A gathering of 14,495 witnessed the Pacific Coast conference game while untold thousands stayed home to listen to the big game at Berkeley between California and Southern California. UCLA, registering its second win in five starts, handed luckless Oregon its fourth defeat in five games. The Bruins rang up three touchdowns in the second quarter and toyed with the visitors from then on. vmm FJiniftr NUVE sW mechanics analyzer It's ophers Nebraska Flops With Reynolds In the Lineup By MAURICE PUTNAM MINNEAPOLIS.

(AP) Minnesota spotted Nebraska a one touchdown lead then exploded a score-getting running and passing attack for a 39 to 20 triumph over Nebraska's Cornhuskers Saturday. A homecoming crowd of 54,625 watched as the Gophers matched Nebraska's first-period touchdown and went on to victory with three touchdowns in the second period and two more in the third. Paul Giel, calling signals for Minnesota from the left halfback spot, was the hero of the first Gopher victory of the year. Besides scoring two of the touchdowns himself, Giel threw pass after pass to put the Gophers in scoring position. The game also revealed a hard- plunging back in Ron Wallin, 218-pound Gopher sophomore from Valley City, N.

D. THAT'S NUMBER 3. Wallin himself went over for the Gophers third tally late in the second period. That was one of three tallies punched across by Minnesota in two minutes and 38 seconds in the waning minutes of the second period. Nebraska's all-America back.i Bobbie Reynolds, saw quite a bit of action in the game, but out side of three or four sizeable gains, was pretty well held in check by the Gopher defense, much improved over previous games.

Nebraska was able to mount a scoring threat at the start of the third period, in addition to their touchdown drives. It fizzled out, however, when the Gopher line held and Minnesota took over on its own 27. From that point, the Gophers moved the ball downfield to send fullback Ron Engel over for their fifth touchdown. Freshman Cappelletti plunged over for the sixth tally just a few minutes later after Minnesota recovered a Nebr a a fumble on the Husker three. End Frank Simon got the first score of the game by taking a pass from quarterback Don Norris oo, Minnesota's 5 and going over.

The Gophers, apparently awak ened Dy tne drive, staged an 87 yard march to tie the score with Gicl's first touchdown. NEBRASKA 7 4 0 1J20 MINNESOTA I 19 13 039 Nebraska norlng: touchdown Simon, (iilea, Novak. Conversion! uecKer z. Minnesota scoring: touchdowm Giel 2, Wallin, Foil, Engel, Cappelletti. Conversion! Gregory 3.

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