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Wisconsin State Journal from Madison, Wisconsin • 23

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DfAL 256-3111 SECTION 2, PAGE 3 i WISCONSIN STATE JOURNAL, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1965 Fields Foof all Coffee Thrills, Chills on Associated Press Wirephotos in WHY 5 'EIp i cRw viu 1 ft ft! feAlX ill VlV.r'X- in A. 4 "II 1 Nebraska's Fred Duda Takes Off on 59-Yard Touchdown Gallop Against Wisconsin Badgers' Tom Schinke Gets Short Yardage Up the Middle SShW LAca mi )x vt) i lvi Wm ulli lH) V' Vtxa 3 4r atmMWWlllmi 1 4 Cyril Pinder (42) Races Four Yards for Illinois Score at Ohio State Indiana's Tom Ginter (45) Tripped Up Inches From Minnesota Goal Tennessee Trounces Practice Opens Friday South Carolina, 24-3 KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (Pi Tennessee blended the running of. Duke Hangs 21-13 Loss on Pittsburgh DURHAM, N. C.

(tfMDuarter- sophomores Charlie Fulton and Texas Snares 19-0 Edge Over Sooners Wisconsin Hockey, Cage Clubs Report Walter Chadwick with a tight de fense and whipped South Caro-" Una, 24-3, Saturday before a homo. coming football crowd of 38,519," Wisconsin's hockey and basket Chadwick scored the Vols' first; ball squad that posted a 9-13 record and placed eighth in the Big California Shows Defensive Power, Downs Air Force COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (AP) California's alert defense had its day Saturday as the Golden Bears, getting stronger each week, swept to a 24-7 football triumph over luckless Air Force Saturday. Every California score, Including three touchdowns in the second period, was made after Bear linebackers or defensive backs grabbed Cadet fumbles or stray forward passes. Air Force marched 80 yards late in the game for its only touchdown, with Paul Stein throw back Scotty Glacken scored one touchdown and passed for another as Duke exploded for all its points in the second period to defeat Pittsburgh 21-13 Saturday.

A crowd of 25,000 and a national television audience saw two touchdowns and set up tlw Texas completely dominate the secutive triumph this season. third with a 33-yard sprint to the 10 with a 4-10 record. The returning lettermen are ball teams open practice for their 1965-66 campaigns Friday. Coaches John Riley and John Erickson are looking forward to Oklahoma got past i 1 Id only twice under its own power game. And except for a hard-bitten defense that often stopped Carolina 25.

Texas surges, the Sooners had From that point, Fulton and made only five first downs, Glacken complete 16 of 24 passes paced by forward Ken Barnes of Decatur, 111 a senior who set a modern single game scoring rec greeting squads mixed with prov little to talk about. end David Leake with a pass in' en talent and outstanding David Conway of Texas tried one on a penalty. Except for a recovered Texas fumble, Oklahoma got no farther than its 27-yard DALLAS (ffl Marvin Kristy-nik's passing and running, the passing of sophomore Regg Lott, and an opportunist defense carried Texas to a 19-0 football victory over impotent Oklahoma Saturday. It was eight in a row for the Longhorns in the 66-year-old series, tying the all-time record held by Texas. Texas racked up its fourth con ord of 42 points in tho season's four field goals and cashed in on the end zone for Tennessee's third TD, which put the contest, out of reach of the Gamecocjts." finale against Indiana last March.

Twelve lettermen return from line in the first half. for 165 yards in leading the unbeaten Blue Devils to their fourth straight victory. The game turned into a passing battle between Glacken and Pitt quarterback Ken Lucas, who com two. Kristynik passed for 41 yards and ran for seven in a 60-yard Other senior lettermen are Leake made good the third of three straight extra points. Ken Gustafson of St.

Charles, 111., and Dave Roberts of Wauna-kee, forwards; center Mark Zu- A crowd of 75,504 paid with hundreds of fans not using their tickets but watching the game on television in Oklahoma saw last year's hockey team that posted a 14-9 record in the second year of competition for the Badgers since resuming the sport on an intercollegiate basis in touchdown drive in the second period. Kristynik scored the touchdown himself with a one-yard plunge. pleted 18 of 26 for 239 yards. Pitt lost its third game in four ing a 23-yard pass to Mike Guth bor of Cicero, and guard with 56 seconds left. starts.

Paul Morenz of McHenry, 111. Oklahoma was twice penalized The business of turning Air Summary: 1963. Senior Ron Leszczynski, top Three junior lettermen return for offside to put the ball on the Force miscues into California ing are forward Keith Stelter of one. scorer two years ago and third Van Galder Directs Cyclones to 21-7 Verdict Over Kansas First downs 18 Rushing vardsq 85 Passing yardage 774 scoring opportunities began late Rockford, 111., center Tom 189 165 With less than two minutes last year with 41 points, heads the in the first quarter when line Passes 21-34 18-24 Passes Intercepted by 2 0 Schoeneck of Itasca, 111., and guard Dennis Swscney of Madi left, Lott led a charge that ended with his 11-yard touchdown backer Steve Radich pounced on Princeton Records 12th Straight Win ITHACA, N.Y. (AP) tailback Ron Landeck for one touchdown and passed for three more Saturday while, leading the Tigers to a 36-27 Ivy.

League football romp over Cor-, nell. It was Princeton's 12th straight victory third this season. Charley Gogolak kicked twO'i field goals, one a record 54-yard. er, for Princeton. list of returning veterans.

The Mosinee wingman has scored 75 points in his career. son. strike to end Eppie Barnie who toss to end Kelly Baker. a Cadet fumble. California rolled 53 yards entirely on the ground, Zubor stands lfilh on Wiscon Ted Parks running the last five.

sin's all-time scoring list with 632 points while Gustafson is Punts t-M 5-50 Fumbles lost 0 Yards penalned 21 35 Pittsburgh 7 -U Duke 11 121 Pitt Crabtret. 8, run (Jones kick) Dukt Wilson, 1, run (Caldwell kick) Duke Drulis. 17, pasi from Glacken (Caldwell kick) Duke Glacken, 2, run (Caldwell kick) Pit! Zalnasky, 1, pass from Lucas (pass failed) Attendance 25,000 Navy Sophomores Spark 42-14 Romp 13th with 583. Zubor set last took the ball on the Kansas 10-yard line and galloped in to complete a 53-yard scoring play. Kansas drove 56 yards in 11 plays to get its lone score early in the fourth quarter on Bill Fen-ton's one-yard run on fourth down, but Van Galder, a 173- years scoring pace with 34j Harvard Whips Columbia, 21-6 points in 22 games and Gustaf son was the top Badger scorer CAMBRIDGE, Mass.

Grant tallied twice and the Junior center Jim Petruzates of Eagle River was second in scoring last year with 43 points, while top defenseman Don Addison of Winnipeg, rated fourth with 36. Other returning lettermen include goalie Gary Johnson of Roseau, the team's most valuable performer last year; wings Chuck Alward of Eagle River, Rick Rahko of Eveleth, and John Riley, Dick Whipple, and Chan Young of Mad two years ago with 359 points in UW Soccer Club Glenn Cunningham Speaks at Platteville PLATTEVILLE Glenn Cun 24 games. pound passing specialist, led the The hockey team will practice Plays Marquette LAWRENCE, Kans. (UPI) Quarterback Tim Van Galder ran for one touchdown, passed for another, and set up a third Saturday to lead Iowa State to a 21-7 Big Eight Conference football victory over Kansas. Van Galder, a junior from Madison.

put the Cyclones in front to stay in the- first quarter with a 12-yard scoring run. He had put the Cyclones in scoring position with a 44-yard aerial to halfback Tom Busch two plays tarlier. That was all the scoring in the first half and it looked as if the teams would settle down to a defensive duel. But in the third quarter with third down and 25 jardj to jo, Van Galder threw a Cyclones to an insurance touchdown. On third and four at his at the Madison Ice Arena each The University of Wisconsin ningham, one of the country's Harvard defensive secondary all but smothered Columbia Saturday as the Crimson won its Ivy League football debut, 21-6.

Grant, a senior scatback who has led Harvard in rushing for aftemoon, while the cagers will work in the field house. own 45, Van Galder tossed to halfback Le.slie Webster who twisted his way to the Kansas ANNOPOLIS, Md. UP) Sophomores John Cartwright and Terry Murray set a spark to Navy's sluggish offense Saturday and led the Middies to a 42-14 football victory over William and Mary. Cartwright completed 16 of 22 passes for 199 yards, including a 35-yard touchdown toss to Steve Shrawder. He also ran four times for 40 yards, including a 31-yard scamper which set up Navy's first touchdown.

Murray scored three touchdowns on short yardage. most renowned athletes, will speak to the Platteville High School student body Monday. A doctor of philosophy from Soccer club will travel to Mil-. waukee today to meet Marquette. University at 2 p.m.

at the Mar--', quctte field. It will be Mar- ison; detensemen Dick Kceley of two years, had Sfrints of 63 and three-yard line. Webster plunged frnm ta nna Ths Crimson, leading first game in the Mid. six yards Auburn Rolls, 30-7 AUBURN, Ala. (AP) Alex Bewdcn threw two touchdown passes Saturday, leading Auburn Madison and John Russo of Sault Ste.

Marie, and goalie Qkl IHO IIUIll HIV Tna St.ilp has Inst nnlv In Ne New York University, Dr. Cunningham has been working with youth from troubled homes in ground-gaining team in the na- west College Soccer Conference, tion a week ago, struck twice in St. Louis U. leads with a braska in four games. 3-0 record.

Wisconsin has a 1-1' Kansas. He is one the greatest Ben Hall of Huntington, N.Y. Erickson will welcome eight lettermen from last jear'j basket van uamcr compiciea seven oi 1 orcn fin 1TA infe to a 30-7 football victory over Chattanooga. the first quarter and once in the third. mark.

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