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Section Ar PAGE THE SUN, BALTIMORE, SUNDAY MORXLXG, SEPTEMBER 19, 1965 Army's First Road Opener In 76 Years Ruined By Tennessee, 21-0 SOPH FULTON SPARKS VOLS Quarterback Tosses Pair Of Scoring Passes Knoxville, Term., Sept. 18 fp Tennessee turned Army's first away-from-home opener in 76 years into a nightmare today as sophomore quarterback Charles Fulton completed two touchdown passes for a 21-to-0 intersectiona football victory. A sun-splashed crowd of 48,500 saw Fulton, a 185-poimder from Memphis. Tenn.. connect for a touchdown on his first collegiate pass. The game was barely five minutes old when Fulton hit wing- back Kal Wantland with a 23-yard scoring toss. David Leke made good the first of three conversions. Smith Goes fifi Fulton's second touchdown strike was a bullet up the middle to end Austin Denney in the second quar ter. The play covered 53 yards Safety man Jerry Smi!h added spice to the Vol victory by returning Tom Smith's kick 66 yards for a six-pointer late in the fourth period. Army had ample scoring opportunities but was never able to cash in on any of them. The Cadets moved inside Tennessee's twenty three times only to lose the ball twice on downs and once on an intercepted pass Twice in the first half Barry Nickerson failed on field goal attempts. The first was for 43 yards and the second 38, but both fell short. Has 13 Completions ft ff ' yv s , jt . fi HI 4k s Q MIDDIES BOW TO SYRACUSE Five Interceptions Help Orange Win, 14-6 "v. - - x FOl'ND A HANDLE North Carolina's Jay Malnvirky, right, prahs face mask of Michigan's Jim Detwiler, with hall, as he crashes the North Carolina line in game at Chapel Hill. 21-7 VICTORY FORCLEMSON North Carolina State Bows To Last-Quarter Surge Clemson, S.C., Sept. 18 iP Senior quarterback Tom Ray and so phomore fullback Bo Ruffner scored last-period touchdowns to Cadet quarterback Curt Cook 'lead Clemson to a 21-to-7 victory gave Tennessee trouble with pas ses in the first half, completing eight of sixteen for 82 yards. But Tennessee s pass defense stiffened after the rest period, and Cook wound up with thirteen completions for 137 yards. Tennessee's first TD drive covered 80 yards and was the longest of the game over North Carolina State Satur day in the opener for both Atlantic Coast Conference football teams. The 220-pound Ruffner bulled over from the two-yard line for the winning score in the opening minutes of the final period. Ray, with the help of a key block from GRID OPENER TO MICHIGAN North Carolina's Rally Falls Short, 31 To 24 After three running plays hader, sped five yards around picked up a first down, fullback enu " smnnvi ji-i icmy Stan Mitchell broke through right guard and raced 45 yards to the Army 23. Army s ta JNome caught the Sparta, Tenn., rambler from the rear or he would have gone all the way. The next play-Fulton passed to Wantland for the Vols' first score. Fulton's scoring pass to Denney was a beautifully executed play. Denney went down the middle, took the ball m full stride at the than seven minutes later. Mansfield Scores Prior to that Clemson "s I-for-mation debut was something less thana rousing success. The teams matched first half touchdowns under as trength-sapping sun that pushed the temperature into the 90s. Clemson had scored' the first time it cot the ball on a 75-yard 10 rl,.iirA Ihnt onHnrt U'ith half. 30 and. after one Cadet usnej back Hugh Mauldin covering the last two yards. N.C. State, defending confer him near the 20, went into the end zone standing. Statistirs Army Tennessee First downs 12 5 PuEhlns yarriase. . 69 ? Passing yardage. .135 Rl Passes 13-38 3-10 Passes Intercepted bv 0 . 1 Punts 7-3S 8-40 Fumbles lost ... 1 3 Yards penalized... 15 Armv 0 0 0 0 0 Tennessee " 7 " il Tenn Wantland, 23. pass from Fulton (Leake kick'. Tenn. Denney. 53. pass from Fulton fLeake kick . Tenn. Smith. 66. punt return (Leake kicki. Attendance. 48.300. Indiana Conquers Kansas State, 19-7 ence champion, tied the score in the second period. Halfback Sehl-by Mansfield raced four yards for; a touchdown to climax a zoyara drive set up by end Gary Whit-: man's recovery of Ray s fumble. Statistics N C. Slate Clemon First downs 12 14 Pushing varriace 121 204 Pasr.itm yardaee S3 61 Passes . 5-13 4-9 Passes intercepted by 0 1 Punts 9-34 8 6-40 Fumbles Inst 3 I Yards penallzecl 25 35 N S State . 0 7 0 0 7 Clemson 7 0 0 1421 Clemson Mauldin. 2 run (Pearce kir i N.C.S. Mansfield. 4 run (Andrews kick'. Clemson Puffner. 2 run (Pearce kick ' Clcmsnn Rav. S run (Prarce kick i . Attendance. 30.000. , Bloomington, Ind., Sept. 18 (Ji John Ginter led a crunching Indiana ground attack against a wilting Kansas Mate dcicnsc p i j-. 1 dav as the Hoosicrs launched; 1 1,1 (l 11 e lxcs their football season with a 19 to 7 victory. The visitors from the Big Eight Conference didn't score until the Chapel Hill, N.C, Sept. 18 WV-Michigan struck for three first half touchdowns and fought off a determined comeback by North Carolina to defeat the Tar Heels, 31 to 24, today in the football season opener before a sweltering crowd of 41,000. Halfback Jim Detwiler scored two touchdowns as Michigan, defending Big Ten and Rose Bowl champion, ran up a 21-to-0 lead. The 86-degree heat and high humidity appeared to tell on Michigan in the second period as North Carolina roared back with a quick touchdown and field goal to trail 21 to 9 at half time. Detwiler Scores Michigan, ranked fourth in The Associated Press pre-seasnn poll, scored midway in the opening period on a 31-yard end run by quar terback Wall Gabler. Rick Sygar kicked the first of four extra points. Michigan added seven points two plays later. North Carolina halfback Max Chapman fumbled and Dick Wells recovered on the North Carolina 28. Detwiler scored six plays later from the six. Michigan made it 21-0 in the second period when end Jeff Hoyne intercepted quarterback Danny Talbott's pass and raced 50 yards to North Carolina's six. Detwiler scored from the two. Heat Takes Toll The heat appeared to slow down Michigan at this point, and North Carolina began to move. The Tar Heels scored when halfback Billy Darnall intercepted Dick Vidmer's pass and raced 53 yards to score. The Tar Heels added three points as the half ended when Talbott kicked a 31-yard field goal. Statistics By JOHN W. STEW ART Continued jrom 1st Sportg Page) the Sailors were forced to hold once for four downs inside the ten after an interception; once at their own 26 and again inside the ten. Don Bullard punted on one of these fourth down situations and Smith missed on a field goal attempt from the 14. The 5-11 line backer had earlier missed one from the 29. Sophomore Terry Murray, re cently promoted to the No. 1 unit, carried ten times for 31 yards and senior Al Roodhouse netted the same yardage m six tries, to lead the Navy attack. Syracuse's first scoring march started on its own 31 midway in the second quarter. Quarterback Rick Cassata, a sophomore who alternated with Holman, passed 13 yards to end Dick Towne and 7 to Little for first downs and 11 more to Towne to put the ball on the 10-yard line. Oyer Gains Four Oyer went 4 for a first down, DUKE DOWNS VIRGINIA, 21-7 Blue Devils Rally For Two Late Touchdowns Charlottesville, Sept. 18 W uukes Blue Devils used a 55- yard run by sophomore fullback Jake Devonshire and a recovered fumble for two quick fourth quar ter toucnaowns today and defeated stubborn Virginia 21 to 7 in an Atlantic Coast Conference football opener, Devonshire's long run, which came only two minutes after Vir ginia had used Tom Hodges's heroics to score the game-tvinc touchdown, took all the wind out of Virginia, which had seemed intent on a comeback The 205-pound Blue Devil full back broke over right tackle, cut to his right and scored the touchdown that sewed up the game tor Duke after escaping the last Virginia defender, Paul Klingen-smith, on the Virginia 20. Moments later quarterback Bob Daws fumbled on the Virginia 22 and the Blue Devils scored again in four plays, this time on Scotty Glacken's 10-yard end run. Beath Intercepts Finally overcoming a rash of College Football Slate 14 Svraeuse Navy e 16 -MonLBomerv J f! Ralin .IP 0 21 Frostbure '. , Oallaudet 0 ii uainDnase Potomac St. 2 East 18 Boston Collese Buffalo 6 17 Oreaon Pittsburgh 15 ? Toledo Vilianova 7 35 HolFLla. nettvshnra 14 40 Colgate Lafayette 0 40 Bowdoin . Worcester 8 30 E. 8troudsbur S. Conn. 16 I Jinaca Clarion 0 17 Ohio Wesleyan . Grove City 13 13 Edmboro Hnlri -Wallarn -I t 38 C. Conn Trenton St. 0 6 Lycomma Del. Valley 0 z uei, state Mansfield 13 14 cam. iPa.) .... w. va. Wes. 7 10 Maine Massachusetts 8 18 Rochester Denison iO.) 0 42 Vermont A.I.C. 19 30 Springfield .... Coast Guard 14 20 Bates 61. Lawrence 6 34 Northeastern C. W Post 15 21 Colby Norwich 14 21 George Washington ..Temple 13 21 Geo. Wash Temple 13 18 waynesburK Geneva 0 Westminster Salem 12 Add South Al Kish was held without gain i costly errors and finding a leader and then Holman rolled in for the!'" Hodges, who understudies Da Amlover Eleven Whips Suitlanrf Bv 13 To 7 Suitland, Md., Sept. 18 Sala had the range so Andover defeated Suitland, 13 to 7, here today in football. Andover .... Oil Suitland .... 7 0 BcorinR: Suitland unnnonn Miami Team, 38-0 Lafayette, Ind., Sept. 18 W-Uuset-wary Purdue rocked Miami final period when Vic Castillo con- of Ohio the first time it got the nected on a three-yard pass to ; ball and rolled to a crushing 38-to- Art Strozier. 0 victory over the Redskins in tnc teams' opening football game todav. The Boilermakers, beaten by Miami in their last meeting three Mitp years ago. took no ciianccs, nui they also kept a lot ot ineir power under wrap for their big one with Noire Dame next Saturday. At halftime, the two teams acrced to 12-minute quarters in (kick eoodi. me mtimiu iictn in ' "i i"s Anaover-eener. jii yarn rasn unm usla 15 because Ot the htimiO Hi- Andover Northrop, 13 yard Pass .pr,rrp weather from Sala ipeilrr. nai '" 0 0 0 0-13 0 7 2 yard run ft -?...r ' m - 11 11 New '65 FAIRLANE 2-DOOR SEDAN 1 : A77" 1 lift m !r' " 1 $195 DOWN and this is your BALANCE a defroster; cruise-o-mafie. 6 eyl., heater jj f HUNDREDS and HUNDREDS OF NEW 1965 FORDS TO Hiiaacp kaii aii nnirf ni lit ft TITI r TAV inuim mum all mim tluj o o mill ima JJKVJ TV J .e'V ' J-t t mr i v. by L 1 H M Firt downs Rushina va rdaa Passins yarriaRp Passes tntercenied bv Fun.bles lost Yards penalized ... MICH. NC. 13 16 2SS 1 74 199 1 1 5 1 30 71 Michigan H 7 0 10-31 North Ca round . 0 8 7 R- 24 Mich. Gabler. 31. run iSvitar. kicki Mich. Detwiler. 6, run (Svear. kick).. .... ,. Mien. lierwupr- c iuii 'cvaT immv-n c Ddrnall. 53, intercepted pass (pass failed'. N C.r.U.. laiooi;. n. N c Atherlon. 12. pasi from Tal bott iTalbott. kick' MICH. t o b a r . .i.i Mich Clancv. 10, past from Vie- mer iSvsar. kirk. N C Chanman. 15, nass from Braver lAtherton. bass from Beaver' Attendance ii.iiiin. score. Smith's interception of Bassi's first and only toss of the long, hot afternoon, came at the Navy 20 and the Harrison (N.Y.) young ster brought it back to the 10. Holman skipped in on the first play from scrimmage. Navy's scoring drive actually started with defensive back Jim Angel's sparkling 31-yard return of a Bullard punt that put the ball on the Orange 32. Murray made 1, Cartwright rolled out for 14, Murray went for 7 and then Huey, who made it from fourth string to first string in tw:o weeks. jumped in front of senior George Fair for the touchdown. On the extra point, holder Cartwright and kicker Bassi missed connec tiohs as the ball was momentarily hobbled and sailed off the side of his foot. Earlier this week Elias said he felt his club would be a good defensive team before the season is over. Off its showing today, he can quit worrying about the de fense and concentrate on an of fense that netted only 83 yards rushing and 63 passing. Statistics SYRACUSE NAVY First down 18 7 Rushing yardaen 163 R3 Passing vardase 5 63 Passes 8-1R 7-21 Passes Intercepted by ... s 0 Punts 8-37 7-42 Fumbles lost Yards penalized . 0 4J Syracuse 0 ' 2 l i Navv .0 0 6 0 o 6 Holman . run (Smith klck. N Huey 10, pass from Cartwright (kick failedi. ,-nu i,i,i,i SHolman 10. run (Smith kick). Attendance -20 367. vis at quarterback, Virginia went 86 yards in fourteen plays just before the end of the third quarter to pull into a 7-7 tie. Duke had scored the first time the Blue Devils had possession on the opening period, going 72 yards in twelve plays only one a Glack- en pass. The pass was a key to the success of the push, however, coming on third down, going five yards to end Rod Stewart, and carrying the Blue Devils to a first down on the Virginia 23. Three times after Duke's two fourth quarter touchdowns had pulled the Blue Devils into a commanding lead, Virginia threatened the Duke goal once reaching the 7, then the 13 and finally the 9. But Duke dug in to stop the first drive. Andy Beath intercepted a Davis pass in the end zone to stop the second, and Virginia simply ran out of steam on the third. Statistics Duke Va First down 17 lfi Rushing vardaae 223 11R Passine yardaee 96 214 Passes ....10-13 14-29 Passes Intercepted by... 2 1 Punts 6-49 6 5-35.4 Fumblei lost 2 2 Yards penalized 50 81 Duke 7 0 0 14 21 Virginia - 0 0 7 07 Duke Chatham. 14, run (Caldwell. kicki. , , , U.va. Hodges, i. piunge inin. kicki. Duke Devonshire, 55. run (Caldwell, kiCDu'k Glacken, 10. run (Caldwell. kicki. Attendance Z7.iiu. Midwest 12 Oregon St Illinois In 38 Purdue Miami iO.i 0 7 VV. Texas St Ohio U. 0 17 W. Michigan Louisville 13 0 Colorado Wisconsin 0 24 Florida Northwestern 14 7 Wash. Sta'e Iowa 0 21 Bowling Green L A. Stale 0 13 Mich. St U.C.L A. 3 19 Indiana Kansas St. 7 34 Nebraska T.C.U. 14 7 Kentucky Missouri o 21 Iowa State Drake 0 14 Carthage Lake Forest 1J 17 Augustana (R.I.) .. Concordia 7 30 Deoaw Alma 6 26 Ball State Indiana iPa.l 14 14 Georgetown Hanover 0 22 N. Dakota . Augustana iS D ) 13 7 St. John a (Minn.) Bimid.ll 0 12 Earlham Franklin 0 21 Olivnt Anderson 18 14 Indiana Cent Otterbein 7 14 Evansville Bradley 13 41 Butler Taylor 6 21 Xsires (Oh o) Kent. Slate 14 28 Cincinnati Davton 0 21 W. Va. Tech. .. W. Va. State 12 1J is. Carolina citadel i 7 S M.U Miami iFla.l 3 12 Ark. St Tenn. Tech. 7 South OREGON TOPS PITT, 17-15 Trovato's Passes Spark Webfoot Comeback 21 Duke 12 VP. I. 56 W.Va. 32 W.A-M 23 Rand-Macon . . . Virginia 7 Wake Forest 3 .. Richmond 0 V.M.I. 21 Susquehanna 0 Pittsburgh. Sept. 18 Wv-Quar- terback Tom Trovato sparked an Oregon third quarter comeback with his Dassins and runnine to day as the Webfoots beat Pitt, 17 to 15, in an opening intersectional football game. Trovato. used SDarinclv in the first half, took charge immediately after the intermission and guided two long, sustained drives lor touchdowns. The Webfoots then fought off a Pitt fourth period rally with end Jim Smith breaking the Pan. thers' backs with an interception in the end zone. Eighl-Yard Pass Trovato gave Oregon a 10-7 lead by passing eight yards to Scott Cress with iust a liltlp over three minutes gone after tne second half kickoff. The next time Orecon eot the ball in the quarter they scored again, Cress taking a pitchout from Trovato and going into the end zone from six yards out. Lcn Scholl. who kicked a Sfi. yard field goal in the second period, converted after each TD. in the first drive which cov- 21 Tennessee Army 0 14 Baylor Auburn R 31 Michigan N.Carolina 24 18 Georgia Alabama 17 43 Ky. Slate Fisk 0 17 Le.ieune N.C. A AT 14 26 Blucfield St Concord 21 21 Clemson N C. State 7 35 Davidson Presbyterian 0 28 Guilford Hamp-S.vdney 3 40 Fairmont Shepherd 16 13 South Carolina . . The Citadel 3 Southwest Texas Southern 14 . , Prairie View 7 Kansas 7 . .. Okla. State 14 .. Miami fFla ) 3 . Texas A.&M. 0 Far West 14 Washington Idaho 9 15 S. Dakota Montana 14 31 Wyoming Air Force 14 16 Arizona Utah 9 26 Stanford Ban Jose St. 6 48 Notre Dame ...... California 6 Atlantic Coast 33 Pittsburgh Scranton--13 14 Southern U. 7 Jackson St. 26 Texas Tech 28 Arkansas . . . 7 S.M.U 10 L.S.U ered 72 yards in 11 plays, Tro- vatn rnmnleted four of six DasS- es for 37 yards. He completed two Masses for 57 vards and ran. for 15 more in the second march which covered 87 yards in 10 plays. ? Pitt's fourth-quarter TD came after Oregon punted, and covered 53 yards m three plays. HauoacK Bob Dyer passed nine yards to Milch Zalnasky for the score and then hit Eric Carbtree with a past for a two-point conversion. The Panthers then almost nulled the game out of the fire when de fensive back Joe Pohl recovered a fumble on the Oregon 37. They drove to the Webfoot's six but Smith then grabbed a Dyer pass m the end zone and that was it. Pitt, trailing 3-0, 'went ahead before intermission with Dyer cli maxing an 80-yard drive in thirteen plays by diving over from the 1-foot line. The Panthers got inside the Ore-gon 10 on two other occasions. A fumble killed one of the threats and a bad pass from center on Jim Jones's field goal tempt ended the other. Statistics Oregon Pitt. First dpwns 16 'J Rushing yardage.. 131 . 97 Passes 14-24 13-31 Passing yardage . 233 238 Tasses intercepted by 2 1 Punts 5-43.1 4-36 8 Fumbles lost . ... 2 0 Yards penalized . , 30 0 Oregon 0 3 14 017 Pitt 0 7 0 815 Ore. F.G., Scholl, 36. Pitt Dyer, 1. run iCIark. kick). Ore. Oressi 8, pass from Trovsts (Scholl. kicki. Ore. Cress. 6, run 'Scholl. kicki. Pitt Zalnasky. 9, pass from Dyer (Crabtree. pass Irom Dyer). Attendance 31.916. Auburn Errors Aid 14-8 Baylor Win Auburn. Ala. (ffi-Baylor capitalized on two fourth-period Auburn mistakes today and defeated the Tigers 14-to-8 in a steamy football opener. After three quarters of scoreless play, Baylor started a scoring march when Tom Lunceford's punt was partially blocked and the Bears took the ball on the Auburn 45. Richard Befee skirted the end for the final six yards. The Bears were back in scoring position later when Tom Bryan fumbled and Baylor linebacker Randy Behringer recovered on the Auburn 27. 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