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12 The Casper Tribune-Herald Sunday, Oct. 14, 1951 QdlntiinV -' " II II.- III.. -I t Collegiate Grid Scores CONTEST SCORES Rapid City 26, Casper 6. Colorado A & M 14. Woming 7. Colorado 34, Missouri 13. Denver 33, New Mexico 7. Kansas 26, Utah 7. California 42. Wash. State 35. Idaho 12. Montana 9. Washington 63, Oregon 6. Southern Calif. 16. Oregon State 14. Stanford 21. UCLA 7. Bavlor 9. Arkansas 7. SMU 27. Notre Dame 20. Texas 9, Oklahoma 7. Dartmouth 28. Army 14. Columbia 14. Yale 0. Cornell 42, Harvard 6. Tulane 20, Holy Cross 14. Maryland 43, Georgia 7. Princeton 13. Penn 7. Iowa 34. Pitt 17. Michigan 33, Indiana 14. Iowa State 32, Kansas State 6. Northwestern 21. Minnesota 7. Penn State 15. Nebraska 7. ROCKY MOUNTAIN Colorado A & M 14. Wyoming 7. Denver 33. New Mexico 7 Colorado State 24. Montana State 0. Idaho 12. Montana 9. Colorado 34. Missouri 13. Idaho State 20. Colorado College 12. SOUTHWEST Texas 9. Oklahoma 7. Oklahoma A t M 43. Wichita 0. Rice 21. Navy 14. Tulsa 46, Houston 27. Texas A & M 53. Trinity 14. Louisiana Tech 40, Southeastern Okla. State 6. Hardin-Simmons 39. Arizona State (Tempe) 14. Arizona 19. Texas Western 15. Texas Tech 33, Texas Christion 19. Bavlor 9, Arkansas 7. FAR WEST Washineton 63, Orepon 6. California 42, Washington State 35. Southern Calif. 16, Oregon State 14 Stanford 21. UCLA 7. College of Pacific 21. Clemson 7. SOUTH West Virginia 24. Richmond 0. North Carolina 21, South Carolina 6. Wash, ife Lee 42. Virginia 14. Tennessee 42, Chattanooga 13. Oporcia Tech 25. Louisiana State 7. Kentucky 27. Miss. S'ate 0. I);:ke 27, North Carolina State 21. William fc Mary 7, Wake Forest 6. Presbyterian 14.. Davidson 12. Tu'.ane 20, Holy Cross 14. Auburn 14, Florida 13. Vanderbilt 34. Mississippi 20. Maryland 43. Oeorna 7. MIDWEST SMU 27. Notre Dame 20. Mirhiaan 33. Indiana 14. Michisan State 20. Marquette 14 Determined Rams Hand U W First Loop Loss in 3 Years By GIL RUSK FORT COLLINS, Colo., Oct. 13. (P) Colorado's A&M's determined, hard-socking Rams took advantage of faulty Wvoming punting to hand the Cowboys their firt Skyline conference loss since 1948 here today, i4-7. The Accies' line outcharged the Wvoming forwards, bottling up triple-threat Tailback Harry Celdien. A.&M narlaved a stiff breeze and the passing and quarterbacking of lanky Don Burroughs for the victory, first bv a conference team over Wyoming since Denver won, 13-0, on Thanksgiving Day. 1948. The spirited Rams drove 72 yards for a touchdown in the first period. They added another in the third after Geldien punted hig:h into the stiff wind from his own 19. The ball rolled dead on the Puncher 5-yard line for a minus 14-yard kick. Except for the final period, the Cowboys showed little in the way of offense. Onlv twice In the first i half did thev Denetrate nast the 50. i First downs 9 once to the A. & M. 43 and again Rushing yardage 105 final effort by Wyoming, which last year went to the, Gator Bowl with a perfect record. This year Wyoming lost its opener, 13-0. to Florida, then defeated Idaho, Denver U. and Utah State. Wvomin 0 0 0 77 Colorado A. & M. 7 0 7 014 Wyoming scoring: Touchdown Geldien ; conversion Covington. Colorado A. & M. scoring: Touch' downs Mohorcich, Reichert; con versions Reichert (2). The Statistics: Colo, Wyo. A&M 12 to the 38 as the half ended The Rams' 72-yard drive for their first touchdown came in the initial Ik nor1 COWBOY IS EJECTED Burroughs pitched 14 yards to Jim David to start the march. Other key plays were a 16-vard dash through rieht tackle by Wilbur Mik-kclson and a 5-yard pass on third down from Burroughs to Mikkelson for a first down on the Wyoming 25. Passing yardage 88 Passes attempted 17 Passes completed 11 Passes intercepted 0 Punts 9 Punting average 26 Fumbles lost 1 Yards penalized 40 The lineups: WYOMING Left end McConnell. Pilling. Left tackle Tech, Martin. Schild- Wyomir.JT linebacker Dale Haupt 1 gen it fJvX - s , 7- 1 If -tJf 0 .Jff"' X ! ! I ! hJ y 1 llwl " '-J-LJ f,L:"-z was cnugnt siuesmg ana ejected from the game. The penalty moved the ball to the Wvoming 10. Burroughs then handed off to low-slung fullback Joe Mohorcich who ex-nloded through the left side to score. Don Reichert converted. Geldien downed his own fourth-down punt on Wyoming's five, giv-ine the Rams a gold-plated opportunity they didn't miss. The kick went off GeldiQn's toe straight up into the bree?e. It bounced nearly at his feet and rolled to the five. On the first scrimmage play, Reichert took a hand-off from Burroughs and snrinted over from five yards out with three minutes and 47 seconds played in the third period. Reichert's place-kick gave the Rams all the edee thev needed, 14-0. SPAl'LDING STOPPED Chuch Snaulding took over the Punchers' final tailback duties for Geldien during part of the third period but had little success, the Pokes getting A. M. territory only on the last play of the quarter. Geldien engineered Wyoming's lor.e touchdown with five minutes. 45 seconds left to play in the final quarter. He passed to end Dewey McConnell from the A. & M. 45 to the 30 for a first down. Three ground I plays failed to gain. Geldien then j pitched asrain to McConnell for a ' first down on the 19. He carried It i Ohio state 6. Wisconsin 6 (tie 1. 'over from the nine on a sweep Ohio University 28, B o w 1 i n a ! around left end two plavs later. I Coving- Left guard Lutterman ton. Coulter. Center Reeves. Hileman, Haupt. Right guard Baker. Right tackle Lucas, Harp, Zell ner. Right end Layman, Viner, Han ken. Quarterback Dunn, Pederson. Left half Geldien, Spaulding, Preslev. Rieht half Manchak, Jones, Pederson. Fullback Sedar. Peters. COLORADO A. A M. Left end Stanko, Davis, McWil-liams. Left tackle Sanders, Wilson, Benton. Left guard Binkley, Anderson. Center Weber. Risht guard Koehler, Tavener, Pitcher. Right tackle Achziger. Sanders. Right end Spencer, Glick, Hin- derlider, Patton BUFFS BLAST MiZZOU, 34-13 BOULDER, Colo.. Oct. 13 Ph-1 Colorado's explosive outfit, set oil by Fullback Ralph Curtis, blasted out three touchdowns in seven minutes of the second quarter to power the Golden Buffaloes to a 34-13 lootball triumph over Missouri to- cay. The wm snapped Missouri s 10 straight victories over Colorado and kept the Thundering Herd atop the. Big. Seven conference with two wins and no losses. Excpt for two lapses, Colorado's defenders stopped Missouri's Junior Wren, a classy tnple-threater and mainspring in the Tigers attaxk. FUMBLE OPENS DOOR Colorado, trailing 7-0, broke loose on its scoring spree forty seconds after the second quarter opened when Curtis drove over lrom the one His plunge capped a march that started on Missouri's 27 when Tom Brookshier caught Wren's fum ble. Missouri failed to gain on the following kickoff and Wren punted out of bounds on Colorado's 38. Two plays later, Curtis rocketed through left guard for 51 yards and a touchdown. Missouri took the kickoff on their five and after ringing up two lirst downs, Wren fumbled with' Colorado's Tom Cain recovering on the Missouri 17. On the first play. Woody Shelton took th ball on a reverse 22-yard pass from Bill Horton to and darted 17 yards for the third I Eill Venzski was the big gainer as Buffalo score with seven minutes 35 seconds remaining in the second j period. Sloppy playing the rest of the quarter stalled Colorado's scoring drive and set up Missouri's second touchdown in the last 35 seconds in the half Paul Fuchs, Missouri tackle, punched on Shelton's fumble on Missouri's 46. Wren lofted a 30-yard pass to Bill Fessler, who scampered 13 yards to the Colorado 11. Wren's pass into the end zone was incomplete when Harold Carter tumbled just as the ball reached him. Ed Merrifield, sent in for the injured Carter, snagged a pass on the identical play for a touchdown with five seconds remaining. Colorado nailed down the victory in the first four minutes of the fourth when Cliff Vandeventer grabbed a Missouri fumble on the 50. Two 12-yard dashes by Shelton, mixed in with a 17-yard pass from Zack Jordan to Chuck Mosher, were the long gainers in the Buffaloes' 10-play drive to their fourth touchdown. BUFFS INTERCEPT Colorado spurted for another score midway of the fourth when Vandeventer intercepted a pass on his 30 and rambled back to the 43. A the Buffaloes drove to a touchdown in six plays. Mervin Hodel scoring from live. Quarterback Rogr Williams of Colorado missed his first point after touchdown in 16 tries this season when Bill Suntrup jumped over the line and blocked his placekick after that score. Fumbles and penalties nulified Colorado's offensive drives in th iirst quarter and set up Missouri's first score. Bill Cornelius recovered a Colorado fumble on the Missouri 49. Bob Schoonmaker connected on a 38-yard passto Bob Spoeneman. Wren ran his right end for 13 yards and, a touchdown. Curtis, a 185-pound junior fullback, turned in a spectacular performance by gaining 121 yards in 14 carries better than eight yaids a try. BOULDER, Colo., Oct. 13 JPy-Bobbie Harris, 20, Missouri university halfback from Lockwood, Mo.,' suffered what his doctor called a severe brain concussion in today's Missouri-Colorado football game. He was knocked unconscious in the first quarter and was out for an hour. Lockwood was taken to a Buulder hospital and his physician said he would be there for several days. THAT'S STENGEL'S BOY: Casey Stengel (left), New York Yankees manager, lets loose with a whoop as he hugs Hank Bauer in Yankee stadium dressing room after World Series final game, won by Bauer's triple with the bases loaded and saved by Hank's great cctch in ninth inning. (AP Wire- - photo). Spartans Rally' Ige Marqyee EAST LAXSIXG. Mich., Oct. 13. (;p) Michigan State's "pony" backfield pulled one out of the fire for Coach Biggie Munn today by scoring two touchdowns in the final quarter to quell an upset-hungry Marquette football team 20-14. The sneedv voung sophomores and freshmen did ail the Quarterback Reichert. Burroughs, scoring after Marquette took a 14-6 halftime lead over the Randall, Mikkelson, Green Northwestern 21. Minnesota 7. TTvier 43. Younwtown 0. Ohio Weslevan 17, Case 14. Iwa 34. Pitt 17. Inwa S'ate 32. Kansas State 6. Pern State 15. Nebraska 7. South Dakota State 21, North Dakota 12. Kansas 26. Utah 7. Coleate 28, Western Reserve 7. Buckne'd 13. Kent State 7. Oorctown 13. Wilmington 0. Miami Ohio 34, Western Mich igan 27 Lyle Covington kicked the extra po;nt. The aroused Rams broke up a l!!eh Beaten by Kansas, 26-7 LAA'RENCE, Kan.. Oct. 13 '.P Kansas mixed a concoction of run- Baldwin-Wallace 26. Mt. Union 21. i Ring plays to score all its points in Denison 28. Wooster 6. Dayton 47. Toledo 7. Peru tNeb 28. Chadron 0. Beloit 34. Carroll 7. EAST Cornell 42. Harvard 6. Illinois 41, Syracuse 20. Princeton 13. Penn 7. Dartmouth 23. Army 14. Columbia 14. Yale 0. Rutsers 55. New York University 0, the first halt and beat Utah uni versity, 26 to 7, in an inter-conference rnpaeement today. Utah never threatened the Jay-hawk lad but did retaliate in the second half to score one touchdown and ontbattle the Bie Seven team. That old bugaboo, fumbilitis, hampered Kansas in the second half. Three of its drives were stopped by misrues. Two of them were re- Callahan Left half Wilhelm. Rifrht half Rice. Dorsey. Fullback Zaleski, Mohorcich, Moore, Chochran. USC Rallies LOS ANGELES, Oct. 1. .-P Frank Gifford's third-quarter field coal broueht the Southern California Trojans from behind to a 16-14 victory over a stout Oregon State eleven today in a vital Pacific Coast conference game. Dreaming of the Rose Bowl ever since last week's upset triumph over Washington, USC left the field at halftime trailing by a 14-6 count. But the Trojans came back with a rush in the second half to hold control of the ball almost completely, and despite their own miscues. staved off the Beavers' bid for a coveted triumph. The loss left Oregon State, unbowed until today in conference plav, still with such formidable foes ahead as California, Washington, and Stanford. surprised Michigan State team. Quarterback Jim Leahy made both the Marquette touchdowns with passes to End Jim Tobias in the end zone. And for a while it looked as if Michigan State, top-rated team in the Associated Press poll, was in for a humiliating beating. Michigan State's only score in the first half came in the second quarter when Billy Wells, a sophomore back ran hhe a scalded cat 69 yards through the Marquette defense for a touchdown. Guard Gordon Serr missed the extra point and for a while that one point looked mighty important. Michigan State started its victory drive from its own 14 in the final quarter and scored with three minutes and five seconds gone in the frame. Leroy Bolden, a freshman contributed a 34 yard run for the lousiest yardage as MSC worked down to the Marquette 40-yard line. Quarterback Al Dorow threw a long gambling pass to Wells that traveled about 50 yards through the air and Wells, in the clear on the Marquette 14. pulled it down and scooted over. , A 50-yard- pass from Dorow to End Paul Dekker set up the winning tally with less than eight minutes left to play. Bolden went over from the Marquette 13 for the touchdown. QUICK TOUCHDOWN Marquette struck its big blow for an upset try by scoring three minutes and 32 seconds aftei the opening kickoff. After penalties stalled MSC's open ing drive, Marquette took over on the Michigan State 44. Two runs by Fullback Frank Kopenski good for 19 yards added up to the best yardage as Marquette got down to the Michigan State 14. From here Leahy connected with his end zone pass to Tobias and Marquette was ahead and all fired up to knock off the Spartans, Leahy also kicked the extra point for i Marquette. Cougars Scare Calif. Before Bowing, 42-35 PULLMAN. Wash., Oct. 13-n-Pt Matched and checkmated through a wild first half by the Cougars of Washington State, Johnny Olszewski and the California Bears exploded for 21 third-period-points today and hung on grimly for a 42- 35 Pacific coast conference football victory. A lot of the gilt had been rubbed off the Golden Bear ranked second in the nation when it came back to start the second half all even with the Cougars at 21 to 21. A crowd of 22.000, huddled in The intermittent rain, saw its hopes for the upset of the day in the nation fade suddenly as Olszwski romped 80 yards to the tie-cracking touch-down on the second play of the half. SMU Aerial Attack Strafes Irish, 27-20 SOUTH BEND, Ind., Oct. 13. Fred Benners, a human windmill, hit on 22 passes in 44 attempts for 336 yards and four touchdowns today to pilot Southern Methodist over bewildered Notre Dame 27-20. The six-foot, three-inch shattered all of his own aerial records in unharnessing the most furious passing game ever fired at a Notre Dame team. The Irish, unable to pierce the SMU defense that shielded Benners like he was a hunk of uranium, bowed to their first defeat in three starts this season. HARDLY RAX AT ALL The Mustangs were up in the air from the start and did not call more than a dozen actual running plays in winging to their first; victory in four games with the Irish. The score was identical, only reversed, of the great Notre Dame 1S49 triumph, the last time the two intersectional rivals met. But the young Irish made a battle senior of it w ith a last-quarter touchdown Favored Buckeyes Outplayed AndTied by Wisconsin, 6-6 Maine 0. New Hampshire 0 tie). covered by Utah's Jim Dublinski to' Coast Guard 28. Wesleyan 14 Connecticut 7. Springfield 0. Kings Point 27. Rensselaer 13. Brown 20. Rhode Island 13. Boston University 16. Camp Le jeime 0. Western Maryland 13 and Marshal! 7. P.othester 21. Union 7. Swarthmore 20. Wagner 15. Trinity 26. Hobart 0. Tufts 13. Bates 13 tie. Williams 14. Massachusetts 7. Northeastern 33. Colby 0. St. Lawrence 42. Middleburv 35 rninws scours EAST Fordham 35. Boston College 19. Temple 47, Alhrioht 6. SOUTH Villanova 41. Alabama 18. George Washineton 38, Virginia Tech 13. Stetson 21. Furman 20. The Citadel 41. Newberry 7. Miami Fla 7. Purdue 0. MIDWEST Drake 26. Detroit 6. South Dakota 18. North Dakota Aceies 0. Millikin 21. Illinois College 6. York iNeb. 14. Dana 0. Kearney iNebJ 21. Midland 13. Fittsbureh Kan 23. Washburn 0. SOUTHWEST Colorado 7, New Mexico A A M 0. FAR WEST San Francisco 42. San Jose Stat? 7. . Santa Barbara 23, Fresno State 22. aid the Ute cause After being riddled by Kansas running plays in the first half, the Utes used the same maneuver to erind out their touchdown v ith only five minutes played in the third Franklin i quarter. With Jack Cross. Kay B"rnson and Phil Ramsey totine the ball, Utah marched from its 22 to a first down on the K. U. 11. Ramsey ran to the 3. and on two plays Quarterback Tom Dublinski went over converted. Penn State Beats Nebraska 15-7 LINCOLN. Neb.. Oct. 13 W Penn State recovered from a rough break today to beat Nebraska on a field goal kicked into the teeth of a stilf wind from the 15-yard line. TtiP fiplrl coal, and a last-minute Charles Kalani con- touchdown, put renn fataie in lrom. ! 15 to 7. Twice in the fourth quarter the Utes paraded deep into K. U. territory but lacked the punch. One drive reached the 20 and the other the 15. Ralph Kiner Married to Net Star Nancy Chaffee Texas Tech Upsets TCU LUBBOCK, Tex., Oct. 13 fTi Texas Tech arose from two straight defeats tonicht to knock down Texas Christian of the Southwest conference 33-19 in one of the biggest football upsets of the season. Tech roared to a third quarter 33-0 lead and coasted in to its amaz-inc victory as 19.000 fans looked on. The Tech Red Raiders tallied their firt touchdown nine minutes deep Jin the first quarter, punched over another first period score and con tinued to turn the game into a near rout. Coach DeWitt Weaver finally made things even by using his third string. Tech's vicious blocking and hard chargine line took the Horned Frogs by surprise. Before the startled vis- SANTA BARBARA, Calif , Oct. 13. 1 'or-s: tK 10fr a Iiisu e u me (.V-Tennis Star Nancv Anne "V'" 1 - J V v; 6 Chaffee and baseball luminary Ralph j sanized. the Raiders had the game MrPherron Kiner were married l011, today. j The mid-afternoon ceremony in j nnMOCCflfl C Trintty Episcopal church, performed I WllllwdaCv Id 1 oy ,tne Kev. Kicnara nagg Ayres.j united two of the nations top sports personalities. The ceremony was delayed about 10 minutes by the size of the crowd, more than 1.000 crowding the church and sidewalks. Mis Chaffee, 22, is the daughter nf Mr. and Mrs. Harold Scott Chaffee of Ventura, Calif. Her father is a tennis coach who started her on the road to net stardom as a child. Kiner, 28, is the son of Mrs. Beatrice Kiner of Alhambra, Calif. The bride is the nation's sixth-ranking woman tennis player and has won the national indoor title the last two years. Kiner is the slugging outfielder of the Pittsburgh Pirates who two years ago hit 54 home runs, only six short of Babe Ruth's record. MADISON, Wis. Oct. 13 OP) A favored Ohio State football team had to settle for a 6 to 6 tie today with a Wisconsin eleven that outplayed it most of the way. Ohio State, ranked number nine The storv of Penn State's ' bad luck" in the third period started with a Nebraska punt. Jim Pollard fielded that punt on his own 25 and made a dazzling 75-yard run for what appeared to be State's second touchdown. But State had been offside on the play. That not only cost Penn State Pollard's fine run but it save Nebraska a first down on the Nebraska 46. On the very next play, John Bordogna, broke loose and ran to the Penn State one. then scored the touchdown himself. When Bob Decker kicked the point, Nebraska led 7 to 6. Statae took the ensuing kickotf and pounded down the field to Nebraska's 4 from where, on the next play. Ed Shattuck fumbled and Nebraska recovered in the end zone lor a touchback. Nebiaska moved cm down to the State 16 wher the Easterners held and started out all over again, with Shattuck, Pollard and Pete Shopa hammering down to the Nebraska 7, where it was fourth and goal to go. Then Bill Leonard, standing squarely on the 15. booted his game-winning field goal. Penn State scored an unneeded touchdown in the final minute of the game after Nebraska had fumbled on its own 4. 0 Aerials own Lobos DENVER. Oct. 13 (.? Outplayed the first two quarters, Denver's Pioneers struck through the air in a glittering 10-point third period surge that boosted them to a 33-17 football victory over New Mexico tonight. in the Associated Press Poll, was an odds on favorite over the 33rd place Badgers but in this game it was Wisconsin that looked best most of the time. The tie game clouded the western conference championship hopes of both teams but it hurt the Badgers the most. It left Wisconsin with a defeat and a tie in the first two encounters of its seevn-game conference schedule. Ohio State, previously beaten by Michigan State in a non -conference contest, plays five more Big Ten games. Bob MatEiias Stars As Stanford Scores Upset Over UCLA PALO ALTO. Calif.. Oct. 13 Staniord's Indians, with Olympic decathlon champion Bob Mathias in one of the starring roles, scored a spectacular 21 to 7 upset victory over the UCLAN Bruins today to stamp themselves as Coast conference title challengers and contenders for the Rose Bowl. A crowd estimated at 35.000 saw the contest. Mathias, 203 -pound fullback, playing his first year of college football, this season, scored two cf his team's three touchdowns on short plunges. He also got olf longer gains of 14 and 27 yards. Stanford, hitting with tremendous j power on the ground and completing ! thrilling passes in the clutches, shoved ovr touchdowns in the sec- j ond. thjird and final periods. UCLA's i Brunts powered 81 yards in the third i quarter to giin a momentary tie I with their rivals but succumbed be- ; lore a Stanford comeback. Tigers Whip Penn Extend Streak to 16 13, on a passing attack of their own. In all, 89 passes were tried by both teams. SMU wheeled into a 13-6 first quarter lead, was ahead 20-13 at the half and then boosted it to 27-13 In the third period. Benner's previous single game records were 39 attempts against Texas last year, 20 completions asainst Texas and Ohio State in 1950 and 306 yards gained against Ohio State, last year. IRISH FRESHMEN SCORES In the first half, SMU caUed only one play for an actual run as Benners struck on 12 tosses out cf 23 for 224 yards. He spiralled 11 passes in the first 10 minutes and his fifth connection in that span resulted in a 57-yard touchdown to Benton Musselwite. Sam Stollenwerck placekicked the first of his three extra points. Later Notre Dame, ranking fifth ,P i nationally, pulled up 7-6 when PHILADELPHIA, Oct Dick Kazmaier passed unbeaten j Freshman Paul Reynolds of Spring-Princeton to a pair of second-quarter ! field. 111., rocketed 29 yards off the touchdowns and then the Tigers J novel "I" formation which the Irish hung on for dear life to defeat a ' used nearly as much as the "T". rallying Pennsylivania eleven, 13 to j Then before the first quarter 7, before 60.000 fans today. The vie- i ended. Benners made his ninth com-tory was Princeton's 16th in a row, pletion in 18 heaves good for a 38-over a three-year stretch. ' yard payoff to Rusty RusselL Easy Winner KNOXVILLE. Tenn. Oct. 13 W Hal Ledyard. a passer with the marksmanship of a frontiersman, gave Tennessee a real scare today, but the Volunteers had too many weapons and defeated Chattanooga, 42 to 14. Lrdyard, Chattanooga's 180-pound Iowa State 'Defenses' Kansas State, 32-6 AMES. Ia. Oct. 13 P) Iowa state's defense proved its best offense today as the Cyclones romped to a 32-6 football homecoming vic tory over Kansas State. Some 16,000 fans saw the Cyclones take their first big seven conference triumph and their second win In four starts this season. The Iowans scored in every quarter arid by every Maryland Slams Georgia, 43-7 ATHENS. Ga., Oct. 13 (.Pi Mary land, lOth-ranked team in American football, launched a campaign for hieher recognition tonight by turning loose a split "T" attack with live great backs who ran completely away from a good Georgia team, 43-7. quai tgei back, put on one of the, route touchdown, safety and field finest exhibitions of passing ever : goal. seen on Shields-Watkins field. Bob Olson, a junior reserve guard. His bullet-like tosses completely j partially blocked a punt to start befuddled Tennessee secondary fori Iowa State toward its first toucti- mree quarters, mit in me nnaijdown in the first quarter, n the Aggies Wallop Cowboys In Cross Country, Too FORT COLLINS. Colo. Oct, 13 (Pt Sweeping the first three places, Colorado A. and M. trounced Wyoming. 89-41, in a two-mile crosscountry meet yesterday. Marvin Sackschewsky was first with a time of 10, minutes four seconds. His brother, Don Sackschewsky, was second and Charles Miller was third. Miller is from Craig and the Sackschewsby brothers from Fort Collins. ' Don Kurtz, who , placed fourth, was the highest finisher for Wyoming. Other finishers: 5. Lewis Madrid, Wvoming; 6 Ron Lewis, A. & M; 7. Bill Maroney, A. & M. Rice Sinks Navy period, two fell Into Vol hands and one was run back for a touchdown. The interceptions were the first against Ledyard in five games. second period he blocked another punt off the toe of George Carter Kansas State punter, for an automatic safety. Huskies Slash Oregon, 63-6 PORTLAND. Ore., Oct. 13. '.Pi Washington's Huskies, burning from last week's upset at the hands of Southern California, slashed through Oregon today to inflict the worst defeat in the 51 years the two schools have been playing football. The final of the onslaught was 63-6. A crowd of 30,414. predominantly Oregon fans, suffered as the Huskies charged to depeated touchdowns, brushing aside Oregon tacklers as if they were Cub scouts. Fullback Hugh McEnhenny led the rout, ripping off Ions runs until Coach Howie Odell pulled him to the bench early in the second half. McElhenny went back thereafter oiuy 10 kick ine conversions, ana he booted nine in a row, tying a Coast conference record establsh-ed by the late Stan McQuire of Oregon State three years ago. Kentucky Wins One LEXINGTON. Ky., Oct. 13 0P End Bob Fry blocked a Mississippi State punt in the first quarter to set up a touchdown and erupt Kentucky's long dormant scoring punch in a 27-0 football victory here to- nignt. Kentucky, loser of three straight games by a total 11 points, found "its punch against the defensive-minded Mississippians and .scored its other touchdowns on drives of 59, 76 and 44 yards. Mississippi State, on the other hand, mustered only one serious threat, but it sizzled against a stout Kentucky defense at the Kentucky Tech Defeats LSU in Battle Of Unbeaten ATLANTA. Oct. 13 iVP Ignited by their sensational sophomores. unbeaten Georgia Tech scored on the ground, in the air, by safety, field goal and extra point today to shove Louisiana State from the unbeaten ranks. 25 to 7. Ranked eighth nationally by the Associated Press, Tech kept its record spotless with a convincing superiority in all departments. Sophomore running aces Leon Hardeman and Glenn Turner combined with Seniors Darrell Crawford and George Maloof to raise the Yellow-jackets' power to the season's peak. Dartmouth Hands Army 3rd Loss in Row, 28-14 WEST POINT, Oct. 13 (,Pv Dartmouth scored in the first two minutes of play and went on to humble Army, 28 to 14. before 20.242 in Michie stadium today. It marked the first time the Cadets had suffered three straight losses in a season since 1940. HOUSTON. Tex.. 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