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PAGE TEtf THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA SUNDAY, OCTOBER 20, 19W Marion 11 Nips Zebras ROCHESTER—Marion's Giants made good use of breaks here Friday night to score three touchdowns in the first half and then held on grimly to whip the Rochester Zebras in a Homecoming football attraction 18 to 6..' Marion scored the first time with a minute left in the first period after being aided by a costly 15 yard penalty against the Zebras, Dave Scott going 35 yards for the TD. The Giants got their second tally late in the second period when Lowell Shafer plunged over from one yard out. ' ' " Rochester then unleashed a drive that started when Ken Miller ran the kickoff from his own 15 to the •Marion 44 and in eight plays had reached the Marion 2-yard line. There a fumble was,recovered by Marion to stop the Zebra drive. Two line plays by the Giants moved It to the 10 and Dave Scott then took, a pitchout and raced 90 yards to a touchdown. - With Marion leading 18-0 at the half Rochester came back fighting, pulled an onside kick they recovered on the Giants 40 and then moved swiftly to a TD with Tim R'avencroft passing to Phil Coplen for the last two yards and the TD. That was aU of the scoring although Rochester threatened twice more, only to be balked by costly penalties. A third period 55 • yard gallop by Wayne Daniels of the Zebras was caUed back, for iUegal motion after he had been stopped on the 17. In the fourth quarter Rochester reached the Marion 21 before losing the' baU on downs. It'was the second loss of the year for Rochester and only the second win for the Giants. Rochester outgained Marion 204 .to. 9' yards and had the best. of firsl downs 10 to 4. The Zebras com pleted 9 to 17 aerials and Marion failed to connect on four .tries. Ro Chester was penalized 50 yards ' Marion 20. Summary: Marion 6 12 0 0-lf Rochester 0060-6 High School football Frankfort at Kokomo, postponed to Oct. 26 Indpls. Tech at Shortrid-ge, postponed to Nov. 8 .. Lafayette at Logansport, postponed to-Nov. 6. Indpls. Scecina at Indpls. Howe, postponed to Saturday Indpls. Attucks at Indpls. Wood, postponed to Nov. 8 Indpls. Manual at Broad Ripple, postponed to Nov. 8 .Decatur Central at Lawrence Central, canceled. Plainfield at Speedway, postponed to Oct. 28 Warren Central at Anderson Madison Heights, postponed to Oct. 25 - . FrankUn Twp. 14, Indiana Deaf School 6 South Bend Adams 26, Indpls. lathedral -0 Warsaw 20, Auburn 7 Nappanee 19, Garrett 6 La Porte 58, Washington-Clay 0 Mishawaka 7, ElMrart 6 Hobart 22, Michigan City 18 , Terre Haute Schulte 33, Linton 4' Marion 18,'Rochester 6 Connersville 27, Martinsville 25 Elwood 20, Hartford City 6 Indpls. Washington 53, Ben'Da- vis 14 ' Anderson'47, ShelbyviUe 0 Tipton 13, Alexandria 0 New Haven 28, KendallviUe 13 Baugo Twp, at New .Carlisle canceled . . CrawfordsvUle 20, Greencastle 7 New Albany 53, Seymour 12 Fort Wayne CathoUc 13, Fort Wayne North 6 Fort Wayne South 12, Fort Wayne Concordia 7 Decatur 26, Columbia City 8 Brownsburg 40, Pike Twp. 20. Fairmount 27, Western 0 Winchester at ' Mississinewa, postponed Eastern at Portland, canceled Franklin 34, Greensburg 12 Gary Roosevelt at Gary Froebei; postponed to Saturday East Gary at .Gary Mann, post- 'oned to Nov. 8 Gary Ernerson 25, Valparaiso 14 Gary Wallace 18, Gary ToUeston 12 WABASH NIPS TIOGANS WABASH—The Wabash Apaches came from behind twice to defeat the steamed'up MonticeUo Tioga Indians in a rugged Central Indiana . Conference football game here Friday night 14 to 13. All of the scoring occurred in a sparkling first half. Monticello tallied on the first play of the game when Ted Lane raced 74 yards for a TD and then converted. Seven plays -later Wabash tied the score ( when Jim Ridenour ran 37 yards to the goal and J. D. MiUer kicked the extra point. .. . MonticeUo took the next kickoff and marched 59 yards for a second score with Jerry Chapin going the last two yards. A bad pass from center kiUed any chance for an extra point. \" • Then midway in the second period .Wabash got its winning- TD as Jim Gray plunged four yards and 'J. D. Miller again converted. 'The rest of the game .found both teams-, continually threatemog but neither coulc score. MonticeUo had a wide edge in statistics, getting 12 first down to 10 for Wabash and leading in yards rushing 276 to 197.-The Ti ogans also completed 5 of 1 passes while Wabash connectec on one of two tries. Jt. was the first loss 'for MonticeUo in tw East Chicago Washington 21, Hammond 0 East Chicago Roosevelt 26, Whit- S 7' Hammond Clark 6," Hammond ech 0 ~~ Gary Wirt 28, Griffith 6 Edison.at MerrUMUe post- oned to Saturday Dyer 25, &ete (ffl.) 0 Crown Point 25, Lowell 0 Hammond NoU 53, Calumet Twp. 21 . Lawrencebung 32, Batesville 0 North Vernon 18, Bloomington Jniversity 14 Richmond 34, Fort Wayne Central 13 . Southport 13, North Central 7 . Muncie Central 30, New Castle 0 Wabash-14, MonticeUo '13 South Bend Central 48, South Bend Riley 7 • EvansviUe Mater Dei 45, Evans- irille Central 0 -.. East St. Louis HI. Lincoln 66, EvansviUe Lincoln 0 CIC tries. Summary: Wabash MonticeUo 7700-1 13 0 0 .0-1 DELPHI GAME DELAYED DELPHI — The scheduled fool baU game between Delphi's -Ora cles ' and . West Lafayette at th Satans field was postponed Frida when influenza made inroads i both squads. The contest has. bee reset for Monday night, October 28. tiefmis Purdue Gridders Whooping It Up On Spiffing MSU EAST LANSING, Mich. UP) — Our''boys were really .'ready for this game," said burly Coach ..Jack MoUenkopf -Saturday after his Purdue Boilermakers • had turned in a stunning 20-13 Big Ten footbaU upset over top-ranked Michigan State. "They really wanted this game and they-went after it," Mollen- copf said. Newsmen -,who crowded into the Purdue dressing room where the team was whooping it up in a'wild celebration of its first, victory asked Mollenkopf how he managed to tumble the Spartans. ,got a secret, I'll say no more," answered MoUenkopf with a grin. . Michigan State defeated Purdue 12-9'last year in Mollenkopf s first season as head coach. But Purdue came through with upset -victories over MSU in two of three previous encounters' while MoUenkopf was head linccoach with the Boilermakers. In the MSU dressing room, Coach Duffy Daugherty blamed the upset on fumbles. 'Of course Purdue played •heads - up aggressive football today," Daugherty said, "but if anything beat us it.was the fumbles." "We didn't lose the ball once in winning our first three games," Daugherty pointed out.-.,"Today we lost the ball five times. You just can't do that when you are playing the aroused Purdue team we met today." Mollenkopf singled out a fumble by half back. Blanche Martin in the second quarter as the turning point of the game. Guard Fred Brandel recovered for, Purdue and fuUback Bob Jams crashed into the end zone a few minutes later, throwing the game into a 7-7 tie. "After that we knew we could play them on even terms," Mollenkopf said. > At the same time, the Purdue coach lauded the Spartans as "a I better team week in and week out) than we are. FRISKY COLT COtLf GE FOOTBJUl SCORES Brown 20, Penn 7 ' - ; Harvard 19, Columbia 6' . "Yale Ifl, CorneU 7 Colgate 12, Princeton 10 Army 29, 'Pittsburgh 13 Vanderbilt 32, Perm State 20 Dartmouth 14, Holy Cross 7 ' Boston CoUege 12, ^illanova 9 Hofstra Ifi, Northeastern 6 Morgan State .43; Howard 0 •Boiling AFB 28,-. Shaw'AFB 0 Delaware. 59, New Hampshire 6 -.-..'• Hamilton 21, Swarthmore 6 Wagner 19, Kings Point 0 .Gettysburg 37,' Albright 13 Amherst 42, Coast-Guard Academy 0- Temple'18, Lafayette 12 Lehigh 13, Rutgers 7 Muhlenberg 18, Lebanon Valley ° Rhode Island 27, Massachusetts 18 - ,-.-•• Connecticut 19, Maine 0 New Haven Teachers 27, New Britain Teachers 0 Buffalo 14, St.' Lawrence 6 Virginia .38, Virginia Tech 7 . Auburn 3, Georgia Tech 0 Duke -34, Wake Forest'7 Maryland 21, North ..Carolina' 7 Michigan 34, Northwestern 14 Purdue 20, Michigan State 13 Illinois 34, Minnesota IS • Heidelberg 17, Denison 14 Lock .Haven 27, Ithaca CoUege 13 Bethany CW.-.Va.) 49, Marietta 6 Midland 6, Wayne (Neb.) 6 (tie) Millikih 28, Lake Forest 14 ^ North Central Bl. 6, Carroll (Wis) 0 Wittenberg 51,'Mt. Union 7 Muskingum 16, Weoster 0 Capital L3r Akron IS (tie) Otterbein 13, Hiram 7 Ohio Wesleyan 26, Qber in 0 Coe 26, CorneU (Iowa) 13 Buena Vista 14, Dubuque 0 Kenyon 6, Wilmington (Ohio) 6 (tie) Western Michigan 25, Youngstown 14 Albion 57, Olivet 0 HiUsdale 31, Alma.7 Central Michigan 52, Northern niinois 12 Hope 12, Adrian 0 Northern Michigan 20, Ferris 7 Ottawa (Kans.) 13, Sterling 0 St. John's (Minn;) 23, Ausburg i" .' North Dakota 9, North Dakota Aggies 0 . ,.. South Dakota State 21, South Da kota 13 South Dakota Tech 34, Siouj Falls 0 Jamestown (N.D.) 6, Valley Ci Tchrs 0 Wartburg M, Iowa Wesleyan Luther 27,: Beloit 13 Baker (Kan) 4 , Bethany (Kan "They were down after meeting Michigan last week," he said. "If Muncie Cenl WCC Cross Cowrf r y Muncie Central's Bearcats won we had to 'play them next Satur- j- ne annua i North Central Confer- day—look out, They'll probably ence cros s country meet at South Grove golf course in Indianapolis Friday with a low score of 29 points whUe second place Anderson tallied 38. : They far outclassed the rest of the field as Kokomo had 102, Jeff of Lafayette 132, Tech of Indianapolis 154,'Marion 155, New Castle 174, Richmond 210, Logansport 221 and Frankfort- did not bring a team. The meet was run in a cold, bitter rain over a two-mile course. It was the next to' last meet for the Logansport Berries, who will next, enter. the IHSAA. sectional at Mishawaka on Tuesday at 3:30 p.m. Anderson Ray ens DNDIAWAiPOLiliS (fl> — Anderson scored three touchdowns in the ,ast quarter to break up'a close game and -beat Indiana Central Saturday, 36-7, in a Hoosier Conference football contest. The Ravens led 6-0 in the first quarter and -12-7 at the half and went for an insurance field .goal in the • third. Gordon Taylor passed to Bob Stone for two touchdowns on plays of 10. and 27 yards . and scored two himself on runs of 7 and 33 yards. Gus Carlson scored a touchdown in the second quarter on an 8-yard run, kicked the field goal, wUd against Illinois." f _..„,., • i-—- — DePauw Tigers Jag Ball Slate MONCIE, Ind. UP) — Resurgent DePauw pounded Ball State Saturday; 40-14, and took , second place in the Indiana .Conference footbaU standings away from the Cardinals. • The Tigers took a 27-0 halftime ead and coasted home. Dick Hackenbur.g scored' twice for De- Pauw and Morrie Goodnight threw wo touchdown passes, one of them to ; Hackenbur.g. BaU State got a safety on a blocked punt, that Hackenfourg cnocked out of the- end zone to prevent a 1 touchdown. Ed Corazzi ?ot both Cardinal touchdowns on plunges. The Tigers' third touchdown came as . a gift. The snap from center on an intended punt sailed into the end zone- untouched, and Ron Galieni covered it for the score. . DePauw roUed up 228 yards by. rushing and 196 by. passing. BaU State netted 58 by wishing and 141 by passing. Ball State 00212-44 DePauw ..'. 7 20 18 0-40 Ball State scoring — Touchdowns: Ed Corazzi 2 (1,. plunge; I," plunge). Safety: Hackenburg, DePauw (covered punt blocked by Livengood, Ball State). DePauw scoring — Touchdowns: Hackertburg 2 (30, pass-run from ma St. Joe Crushes' Ind. State42-0 a 16-yarder; and booted aU three extra points in the fourth quarter. The Greyhounds got their touchdown on a freak play, as the half ended. .Quarterback Artie Shaw ATLANTA (0-Auburn, a ----,_ bering, punchless giant on offense ma but the nation's best on defense,. . won its big one Saturday using turned, as if to hand off and was struck by an Indiana Central back and knocked three yards into the Anderson' 6 6 3 21-^6 TO 35- •^.Afc*W»»WW»'-*' ••-•O «••-!*. .-, Goodnight; 16, run); Modzelewski (18, pass-run from Goodnight) Galieni (covered missed center snap) Mace (42 run-); Evans (2, plunge) Conversion's: Lewallen, Livengood 2, Dillman. • Missouri Rambles field goal to beat Georgia 3-0. - , , The Tigers, ninth ranked Central. 0 7 0 0-, 7 Anderson scoring—Touchdowns: Stone 2 (10, pass from Taylor; son (8, run); Taylor 2 (7, run; 33, irun). Field goal: Carlson (16). ^'Conversions: Carlson .3. Indiana Central scorings-Touchown: Shaw (1, plunge). Conver- in* aU season on onense-™- Jji! d»:' Maciejewski. their stingy, defense ..they don't need to score often. The victory over Tech was an- -* , -Sr "Sch ttS £S±;*°' Cohmbia m 7-0 and Kentucky 6-0, and gave CAMBRI § GEi Mass. ffl-Har- -AMES, Iowa «)'- Three.Mis- souri fuUbacks alternately slashed the Iowa ' State lb e in vicious bursts'Saturday, and brought the Tigers .a 'hard-earned '35-18 Big Eight conference football victory. The .Tigers, 4n .their conference. | moved-52, 53 and 77 yards Ind. UP) — St. Joseph's powerful' football 'machine spiittered_,at the start but picked up momentum to crush Indiana State, Saturday, 42-0. State recovered a Puma fumble on the 28-yard line early in the .game and moved to -. a.first down on the 3, but'St.. Joseph's held and the .Sycamores "never 'threatened again. The Pumas scored once in the first quarter and then puUed, away with' two more touchdowns in the second. 'The second .'half was a replay of the first. Les Klein and Norb Daiglescored two touchdowns' each and .Ralph .Tite and Keith'-. Fipgerhut ;ohe each. • Ed - Latobe . kicked'. six" extra points- without: a, miss, St. Joseph's operated without its leading scorer, .Mikei,Murphy, out with a 'leg; injury. '.' The Pumas stayed on the ground molt of the time; rolling 'up 413 yards by'-rushing'-and. 48 yards on three of six'passes;-Indiana held to a: net of_.36 ishiag and 4 by passing. Indiana--State ~..:.'..>0 00 0-0 St. Joseph's .7 M ^ 7 14-4? St.. Joseph's'scoring —'Touchdowns: Tite (1, plunge).; Fingerhut .'(7' .run);'Daigle .2 (3,,run; Maryland In Upset Win Over 1 wheels As QueenWafches COLLEGE PARK, Md. (/Pi-Maryland upset North Carolina 21-7 laturday, giving Queen Elizabeth H of Great Britain a much more thrilling show of American foot- baU than had been expected. North Carolina was favored by two touch'eowns but an 81-yard touchdown run by Ted Kershner broke a 7-7-tie in the last quarter and then Maryland added a third touchdown on a 67-yard march down the field. . The capacity crowd, of 43,000 L went wild in the last half to'.pro- vice a background of enthusiasm that appeared to delight the Queen and Prince Philip.- THE game, selected for viewing by the royal visitors as being typical of American footbaU, started tamely enough with, the officials, carrying the ball as much as the, players. This kept the governor of- 1 Maryland, Theodore R. McKeldin, and the President of the Uni- Wesleyan 36, Worcester Tech 9 Shippensburg 20, Bloomsburg 19 . Virginia Union 43, Lincoln (Pa.) 6 Clark 25, South Carolina State 19 Randolph Macon 33-, Washington &• Le e: 6 .Southwestern Memphis 32, Aus- tfn 7. • •'. Wiriston-Salem Tchrs 32, Hampton 6 •Hamipden-Sydney 34, Western Maryland 6 Tennessee Tech 27, Wesern Kentucky 9 Xavier'CNew Orleans) 47, Alabama A&M 0 '' Louisiana -CoUege 26, Texas Lutheran 20 Marray (Ky.) 21, Morehead (Ky.) 7 Florida A&M 27, Morris Brown 0 Missouri 35, Iowa State 13 Oklahoma 47, Kansas 0 'Carleton 20, Grinnell 7 Southern Illinois 28, 'Illinois Nora 21 Wheaton 10, Kentucky State 13 AU'g-ustana (Rook Island, IU.) 20 Elmhurst 12 Culver Stockton 25, Principia (111.) 20 John CarroU 32, Findlay 18 ;Blulfton 58, Ohio Northern 13 21 ; Bethel (Kan) 21,- Friends (Kan 7 Southwest Missouri 32, Nor-theas Missouri 26 -Phi ander Smith 21, Tougalo 6 Stephen F. Austin 20, Southwes Texas -13 ihio State 56, Indiana 0 Iowa'21, Wisconsin 7 Colorado * 42, Kansas State 14 Syracuse 26,^, Nebraska 9 Bowling Green 29, Toledo 0 Miami (Ohio) 26, .Ohio Univer- ity 0 • Detroit 30, Xavier (Ohio) 2Q Texas A & M 7, Texas Christian Texas 17, Arkansas 0 Bradley .IS, Colorado State U. 0 Ripon 28, Lawrence 7 . River Falls 18, Stevens Point 14 Vhitewater 13, Oshkosh 6 PlattevUle 7, Wisconsin - Milwaukee 0 Taylor 14, Central State (Ohio) 7 Hanover 47, Earlham 3 Butler 27, Valparaiso 0 Anderson 36, Indiana Central 7 Franklin 21, Manchester 14 St. Joseph's (Ind.) 42, Indiana State 0 . -° Wabash 38; Sewanee 21 DePauw 40, BaU State-14 Eastern Michigan 39, Eastern lUinois 0 Dana 18, Tarkio 7 Standford 21, Washington U 13 13 California 12, Southern California 0 Oregon .14, Washington State 13 College of Idaho 18, Lewis & Clark 13 • ' Colorado State CoUege 20. Colorado College 14 'Western (Colo) State 48, Adams (Colo) State 6 Arizona ' State (Flagstaff) 13, New Mexico Highlands 7 LSU BATTERS KENTUCKY . 'BATON ROUGE, La. Iff)- Louisiana State ' battered the Kentucky line with its-one-two punch of Jimmy-Taylor and Billy Cannon Sat- Arkansas State College 32, South urday night, mauling the hapless _ ' - - _. , _ . TTT.MJ-«,*« 01 A P/M* fhaii* firrn eastern (Ark.) State 7 UCLA 26, Oregon State 7 Brigham Young 0, Wyoming 0 (tie) Denver 12, Utah 7 Montana 35, Utah State 25 . Puget Sound 20; Whitworth 12 Tufts 14, Franklin -and Marshall Wpkes 39, Ursinus 0 Rochester 14 Vermont 8 Bates 13, Middlebury 7 , Norwich 14, Uipsala 13 Waynesiburg (Pa.) 13, Edinboro (Pa.) Teachers'13 ' Penn Military 6, Moravian 0 " Boston University 28, Bucknell 0, Geneva (PAO 34, Westminster 12 •Grove City 14, AUegheny 0' Navy 2T7, Georgia '14 Virginia Military 14, William and Mary 13 Tennessee M, Alabama 0 DavMson : 33, West Virginia Tech 14 Wildcats 21-0 for their fifth straight Southeastern Conference setback. , . _ A happy homecoming crowd of 50,000 saw LSU win its fourth straight after an opening loss to Elice. It was the first time LSU las won four in a row since 1949. NURSES ELECT LAFAYETTE, Ind. <#>•— Miss frma Bolte - .of, EvansviUe . was elected''first' vice president, of the Indiana State Nurses Assn. at its 53rd annual meeting; Saturday. Mrs. Opal Crume of Kokomo and Sister Mary- Francis of ,Jasper were named directors. U. S. NATIONAL PARKS The National Park system of the United States is in charge of the National Park Service, a bureau of the Department of the Interior. HIGH FIDELITY TV s PICTURES and SOUND yersity of Maryland, Wtison Elkins, ••' very busy explaining things to .-the queen.-. franklin Surprises Manchester 21-14 'NORTH MANCHESTER, ind. UP> — Quarterback Max -Glenn's six- yard pass to halfback Dick Kendall in the final quarter .gave Franklin's Grizzlies a 2Mi4 victory over the Manchester Spartans Saturday in a 'Hoosier Conference football game. Manchester led- M-7 at the half but-went scoreless in the last two quarters while-Kendajl^ was scoring twice. His.first touchdown was on a -3-yard end run. .. ' • Jim Ea'ston scored both' of .Man- chester's' touch'downs- on •' short runs. •..''.. -' '',•'" It. was Franklin's first conference-victory: in three starts';,and Manchester's - fourth) straight HO. Marvard Rallies To j w *»" — " • - l't-1 V-'lV 1 '' 111 *' \.ri^r\.r±2Jj IVXUi^hJi tti I *»™. its Southeastern -Conference uue yard , s young backfield, directed hciss a tremendous boost. --• -•-' • ' the.legs.of fullbacks Hank, Kuh-lmanh, Roger McCoy and Frefl Henger. • Three of Missouri's touchdowns came 1 on plunges of-a 7 yard, with quarterback Phil Snowden- getting a pair.: Kuhlmann got.the; other. : Until':-Snowden found- .Charles 5, run);'Klein 2 (5,' run;' 16,.'run) Conversions: .Laibbe 6. Franklin . ..........0 7_ 7 7-21 Manchester FrankUn scoring 7 7' 0 0—14 -Touchdowns: Glenn-'(l,sneate); Kendall 2 run; ,6... pass from Glenn). Conver sions:^ Glenn, 3. . Manchester -scoring — Touch downs: Easton '2 (!4, ;; . run; • 2, plu-nge). Conversion's:'.'• K'innison 2. FIDELITY PICTURES THE HOLBROOKf Model A2359 High Fidelity lo-Boy TV. 21* dlag.meas.262sq.in. rectangular picture area. In grained Mahogany or Blond Oak finlshe*. James unprotected in the end zone • -,., . ,--,,. T ' t, Jate in jhe fourth quarter and hit by workmanlike Dick McLaugh- thp halfl>ack - with a pasSi Iowa ry Wilson and center Jackie Bur- . touchdowns and a 19-6 Ivy League Icett, twice stopped Tech msrte ' the 10. A- Tech fourth down pass • from th'e four fell' incomplete just before the half. LONG RUN S a t u r d a y on' a .ran- field halfback chefc B oul- fjjfSf ' ris banged his way into ' 'the . end, LOS ' ' . 6 LOSCS . 10 UC14 _ UCLA from the i blasted Oregon State . late in the third quarter to pro- ranfes of thg , nation ,' s unbeaten ,^_ un - Charley Jackson vide Harvard its first, home teanis '26-7; Saturday, ran a pass interception back 102 triumph over Columbia since 1948. Ore g on state went into the game yards for a spectacular touchdown I McLaughlin, eievateu to the ranked No 7 in the weekly ratings Saturday night but it couldn't off-'.starting quarterback post l^ j and was : solidly favored to win set an explosive .offense along the week,., was the big gun in a 56- its fi{ t h , straight game, ground and in the air and Rice yard .drive which dissolved a 6-6 UCLA - loser to Oregon in i ts won a 27-21 ' Southwest Confer-halftime deadlock, ,.--.. ence \actory over Southern Metho- .. . tld» wlngt fold In, trop mon tnglni hia» to worm' body « wtll 'at , f«tfc WINGS OPEN WIDE U|> to 20% Htavl«r Cov«rontl war*... W«Igh Th«m orict Compar* dist. BUS MAN DIES STANFORD VICTOR SEATTLE W— Stanford's In- lone defeat but holding a spark ling' victory over Illinois, took- the opening kickoff and. paraded by land and air 67 yards for a^touch•-. P diahs handed Washington its.'down. 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