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PAGE EIGHT THE PHAROS-TBIBUNIE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, 10GANSPORT, INDIANA SUNDAY, NOVEMBER JO. NSU THUMPS IRISH; PURDUE AND I.U. BEATEN Spartan Defense Too Much For Notre Dame EAST LANSING, Mich, an — Michigan State's rock - hard defense forced Notre Dame into a flock of costly mistakes and the Spartans rumbled to an easy 34-6 triumph Saturday before 75,'391 spectators, largest crowd ever to see a football game in Spartan Stadium. ' The quick - striking Spartans, fourth-ranked nationally in the Associated Press poll, over- plunge). Conversions: Kaiser 3 Poms 1. CINCY BLANKS I.U. BLOOMJNGTON, Ind. m- Barry Maroney, an 191 pound halfback with an infuriating change of pace, showed Cincinnati's Bearcats the way to a 21-0 victory over Indiana Saturday. The Missouri Valley Conference .ttssuuzuwiu -rrusb pun, over- inu :viissuun valley uomerence •whelmed the Fighting Irish with , team, invading the Big Ten for the .powerful assaults both on the;first, time in 10 years, held Indi- pronnrt flnrl in the air definite ann t.n fivo fircf Hrmme vn,r* nn -ground and in the air despite 'freezing temperatures and winds that reached ^45 m. p. h. " Held to ^ 7-0 lead through the first half, Michigan State recovered four Xotre Dame fumbles in .the second half and turned three of them into touchdowns. ' In one of the most decisive _contests in the long, tradition- packed series between these two . powers, the Spartans rolled up three third - period touchdowns "and let third and fourth stringers ana to five first downs—two on penalties—while racking up 19. In recovered for Ohio to halt the final threat. Don Clark, Ohio halfback, scored his ninth touchdown on an 18-yard run the second time Ohio hac the ball, but he was injured in the opening period and failed to return. In the first period, after Ohio had counted on Clark's dash up the middle, Purdue moved from its own 39 to Ohio's 11, losing the ball on downs and soon after recovering a fumble by Kremblas. Purdue surrendered'the pig skin again on the seven. Dick Lebeau, Clark's replacement, dashed 21 yards for Ohio's second score and Kremblas sneaked a foot for the third to Royals, Milers, Cards, Hatchets Notch Net Wins Royal Center had to call on its tall front line and a second half scoring splurge to turn back pesky Lucerne 62-39, the Galveston Cards spurted in. the fourth quarter to halt Tip6on Tp. 81-53, Washington Tp. blasted'Metea in a 7333 battle as an all-Ciiss. county flavor were staged Friday night in a second round of cage play. The Royals hit 28 of 91 from the field and only 6 of 16 at the char u"-_Mttuu « M. wu j.v.1. VMIU -n.*» •,« iiciu cuiu uiiiy o \ji J.O a^ tllC dlar- climax a 36- yard drive. Kenny ity stripe to is of 58 afield and -,. .-.. ,-. •=-•-"• - Miltes set tnat one U P tor ohio i 9 of 20 at the foul line for Lucerne diaia failed to make a first down when he fumbled a low pass from' in scoring Us win. Jerry Berk- m the first half in which Cincin- center on an attempted punt and s hi re hit 18, Bill Newcomb hit 16 nati took a 14-0. i was forced to run. He failed .to Maroney scored Cincinnati's | make the first down and Ohio first quarter touchdown on a short. took over on the 36. plunge, repeatedly made first! Purdue 0 07 0—7 downs that kept Bearcat drives' Ohio.State 713 0 0—20 alive and intercepted a pass that: Purdue scori _ Toucndown . thr^ts Ho0i5ler i Fletcher (26, pass from Fichtner) ] Conversion: Fletcher, .was State's sixth win in o^,^... years over Notre Dame and the . seconds traight setback for the Fighting Irish after four successive triumphs. Reserve halfback Art Johnson lit the fire under the Spartans •with a pair of sparkling touchdown runs. The lithe junior skirt- — quarterback Joe Morrison got the clincher with a five yard end sweep in the last quarter. Tom Smith kicked two extra points and Ron Franz one. ' Indiana, so riddled by flu and injuries that it had only one healthy quarterback, never got inside the Cincinnati 32. It lost the — .._, . _„._ .„ j„-..„„ w ....i „ oj.uti tjjc v^iinjuiiiaH ,>z JL lUSl lliG ed left end for ll yards and the i ball there-on downs in the third first Spartan score and helped: quarter and reached that point turn the game into a 'rout with! again only on the final play of the 50-yard scoring sprint in the third period. Penalties, pass interceptions and fumbles helped demolish Ter' ry Brennan's club, which was unable to punch beyond the Spar" tan 15 until the dying_ minutes of • the game. Notre Dame mustered just one other real threat. A fumble halted that one on the Michigan State 16 and the Spar' tans promptly turned it into an 81-yard touchdown drive in the third period, with Johnson breaking through tackle at mid - field and out-racing tho Notre Dame - secondary 50 yards to the end zone. . The Spartans themselves .had to overcome a rash of fumbles to ' come out on top. They hobbled the ball five times in the first two periods and lost it twice, once on the Notre Dame one-yard line. Quarterback Jim Ninowski, calmly directing State's first-line unit in this clash of Midwest gridiron powers, buckled the Notre Dame defense by mixing an occasional pass with the potent Spartan ground game. The senior set up one touchdown with a 0-6 yard pass play to end Sammy High School Basketball game, a 38-yard pass from Tom McDonald to Norm Craft. , „„ The result left Cincinnati with a j dence 51 5-2-1 record and Indiana with a 1-6 "' '" mark. Cincinnati in its last Big Ten invasion also defeated Indiana, stop ping the Hoosiers, defending Big Ten champions in 1946, 15-6. The Bearcats completely dominated Saturday's game, making 260 yards by rushing to Indiana's 54. Cincinnati passed sparingly but completed 5 of 10 aerials for 56 yards to Indiana's 2 of 15 for 49. The game was played in 34 degree temperature with gusts of wind up to 25 miles an hour thai produced some erratic punting. An Indiana punt that traveled only 13 yards against the wind started Cincinnati's first touchdown drive from the Indiana 38. The Indiana crowd had one change to cheer, when wingback Jim Yore ran 75 yards for an apparent touchdown in the second period. It was nullified by an off sides penalty. _ Maroney carried the ball 22 times for 114 yards and was never thrown for a loss. Gordon had 41 in nine rushes. Yore led Indiana with 18 yards Waterloo 58, Riverdale 56 (2 overtimes) Larwill 52, South Whitley 46 Avilla 54, Rome City 51 Angola 62, Berne 35 Harlan 75, Leo 68 Woodbunv 57, Elmhurst 48 Clear Creek 52, Rockcreek 50 (2 overtimes) Pendleton 65, Lapel 57 Scott'sburg 58^ Clarksville Provi- 54 31 five on a nifty bit of "sideline running. Michigan State roared to a 34-0 advantage before Notre Dame averted a shutout. Quarterback Bob Williams, under tremendous pressure all afternoon from the Spartan forward wall, finally put together an 81-yard scoring drive in the final minutes. He capped it himself by plunging over from the one-foot line. Notre Dame 0006—6 Michigan State 0 7 20 7-34 ; Notre Dame scoring — Touch• down: Williams (l foot, plunge). Michigan State scoring— Touch•downs: Johnson Brake Special Four different Indiana backs tied passes when the H o o s i e r ground attack proved ineffectual Only McDonald was able to hit his receivers and he completed only 2 of 10 for 49 yards. A crowd of 17,000 watched the game. Cincinnati 7 7 o _ Indiana o 0 (I n.— o •> Cincinnati scoring — touchdowns: Maroney (2, run); Gordon (3, run); Morrison (5, run). Conversions: Smith 2, Franz. BUCKS BELT PURDUE COLUMBUS", Ohio Uf) ~ Ohio State's defensive team won the credit Saturday as the Bucks defeated Purdue *>, .strai U.ltory. Conference vie. A $3.50 Value NOW . e Hera's Who* W« Dot It Remove front wheel* ond * inspect lining. M Inspect, clean and repqcfc " front wheel bearing*. '3 Inspect broke drums. jt Check ami odd brake ffefti ^ if needed. 1C Adjust the brake shoei lo 9 secure fuW contact with •drums. ' Carefully »est broke*. STORES Dial 3922 3rd and Eri Rivtr Av*. . _The conquest retained the un- 1 disputed Western Conference lead .for Ohio and moved the Bucks within a single step of a Rose Bowl bid. Purdue found the answer too late to Ohio's devastating ground attack, but when it found the answer, it had a complete solution. The Bucks moved 189 yards on the ground in the first half as they went 74 yards in eight plays and 91 in 13 for touchdowns and then mixed a couple of passes in a 36-yard, eight-play drive for a third to take .a 20-0 halftime lead After that, it was all Purdue Ohio failed to get out of its own territory in the last half, held the ball for only 17 rushing plays and gained only 12 yards in'the last two periods. In the fourth session, the Boilermakers zoomed to Ohio's three only to lose the ball on downs and they came right back to the Buckeye 16 where Ohio took the ball again. Late in the game, Purdue was back on Ohio's three, but Fichtner fumbled and Aurelius Thomas Kirklin 61, Westfield 60 Freelandville 51, Sandborn 48 Pittsboro 52, Lizton 25 Colfax 60, Thorntown 41 Morristown 58, Hope 50 Otterbein 41, Boswell 29 Idaville 48, Pine Twp. 32 Richland Twp. (Fountain Co.) 43 Dover 38 Brook 64, Brookston 48 Ambia 53, Earl Park 27 Goodland 07, Gilboa 41 Oxford 60, Fowler 44 Dayton 48, Pine Village 30 Wheatfield 71, Mount Ayr 45 Montmorenci 61, Freeand Park Washington'Twp. (Clinton Co.) 55, Jefferson Twp (Clinton Co.) 34 -New Market 65, Linden 54 Remington 84, DeMotte 52 Fair Oaks 75, Pulaski 50 Reynolds 48, Battle Ground 44 Mulberry 57, Monitor 46 Waynetown 53, Hillsb.oro 45 Attica 41, Rockville 36 Waveland 58, Kingman 27 Covington 46, Ladoga 36 Darlington 72, Russellville 35 Coal Creek 69,. Lauramie Twp t Pittsboro 52, Lizton 25 5 Tangier 42, Mecca 36 Reelsville 84, Roachdale 70 Marshall. 49, Montezuma 35 Alamo 58, Bloomingdale 38 Sheridan 64, Anderson St.Mary's Frankton 64,' Walnut Grove 51 Farmland 53, Parker 49 Whiteriver Twp. 56, Lynn 55 Ward Twp. 76, Stoney Creek 51 Whitewater Twp. 53, Orange 40 Star City 55, Monterey 49 Milford 95, Claypool 67 Pierceton 55, Syracuse 53 Chalmers 34, Francesville 32 Madison Twp. 51, Greene Twp. (S,t. Joseph Co.) 53 Monon 62, Medaryville 58 Morgan Twp. (Porter Co.) 60, Washington Twp. (Porter Co.) 52 Millersburg 73,\ New Paris 70 , Lakeville So, North Liberty 44 Baugo Twp. 45, Concord Twp. (Elkhart Co.) .43 (2 overtmes) Hebron 65, Kouts 58 Middlebury 46, Wakarusa 31 Boone Grove -64, Jackson Twp. (Porter Co.) 49 Cromwell 93, Topeka 59 Etna Green 68, Tippecanoe 64 Mentone 69, North Webster 67 Albany 64, Cowan 54 M-ontpelier 47, Warren 45 Harrison Twp, 78, Center 51 DeSoto 61, Gaston 49 Dalevllc 60, Selma 58 Dunkirk 66, Redkey 44 Muncic Burris 57, Yorktown 53 Pennville 54, Chester Center 30 Portland 54, Union City 50. Loogootee St. John's 54, Montgomery 46 shire hit 18, Bill Newcomb hit 16 and Gene Barr 11 for the winners. The Royals led by only 26-22 at half-time, then turned the three big .guys loose. Tipton's Tigers found the Galveston Cards a bit tougher than expected, had to battle hard for a 4040 draw in three periods and then the Cards-surged ahead to win as Baber led the attack with 19 points. route. Burlington also won the B game 43 to 22. Burlington — Williams 10, Johnson 12, Lowman 7, Hinkle 1, Ehrman 9, Bell, Oyler 6, Miller 6, Lytle 8. Young America — Segraves 8, Cole 2, .Trapp 5, McCoy 6, Swoverland l, Ennis 6, Martin 6, Harness 3, Turnpaugh. WADENA WINS CUTLER — Wadena nipped the Cutler Wildcats in a thriller here last night 67-64. Dagzman, who.is only 5'7", led the winners with 33 points while Mike Sheagley paced Cutler with 23 markers. Cutler got off to a slow start and was not able to catch up, trailing at each stop, 20-14, 35-31, and 51-48. The Cutler Junior high team salvaged the first game 25-17. Wadena: Poindexter, 2, Step, Holder, 4, Hickle 4, Dagzman 33, Gaylord 2, Ridberger 22, Brewster; Sheagley 23, Fry, Booher 9, Kelly, Fellows 9, Reef 9, Barnard 8, DePoy 6. Wooldrige, 16. Chades Hines scored 14 points for Burnettsville and Don Stroud, 13. The Burnettsville boys matched the winners at the free throw lane. They sunk 18 out of 25, against Buffalo's 15 out of 20. John Mills Named .. ... „ . :iwWf t Vf V' U'Wll ftV last night 67-64. Dagzman, who.is ppmr i,,- „ w i»-n <• ,- nnlv 5'7" 1»H tho ufinnor*unth , J _ PERU-Joim W. Mills, route 5, KEWANNA IS VICTOR CULVER—Kewanna tripped the Peru, was appointed full time golf professional of the Peru Municipal Golf Course for 1958. Mayor John Devine approved a recommendation from the Miami County Golf Association for Mills' appointment. He is expected to start his ivew duties in April. There were six full-time pro • applicants seeking the Peru job. Mills, who at the present time is in the well drilling business, won the county championship in 1955 and 1956. He took fourth place in the Indiana Moose Lodge Golf Tournament in Peru last auci JCTU WIG CH.I.CH.A wiLi.i iy yuinus. udy ingnc &i lo *tt in a nara lougnc Washington Tp. built up a 34-22 basketball game. Kewanna's big halftime lead over Metea and raced 'team led at each quarter stop . , Argos Green Dragons here Fri- : k^Ptemtoer. day night 54 to 47 in a hard fought; Mllls ' m turning professional, i i ii_ _it -rr i _ i • _ TYlllfih <!PT*VP fl fli/o-vflat* armrftrvfina- on to win as sophomore Tom New- porE hooked in 22 points, Dave Vance chipped in 18 and veteran Harold Howell added 14 more. That was too muctrfor trie Hornets. Twelve Mile, beaten twice, got off lo a fast start against New Waverly's Wildcats, gaining' a 25-15 halflime edge and then scored at will in hhe last half for an easy win. Dick Bookwalter led a balanced Miler attack with 16 points. Royal Center FG FT PF TP Barr Newcomb Berkshire flolcomb Lesher Benson Rhody Gray 66 Hendryx Totals Lucerne Burrough B. Cunningham Myers C. Newell Robinson Bridge R. Cunningham Totals Galveslon Baber Rodabaugh McCauley Dixon Scott Sullivan Freeman Totals Tipton Tp. Hammond Frantz Lake Hendrixson Helvie Brown Carey Totals Mctca Fowler Paschen Price G. Moss B. Wagoner T>. Wagoner Thomson D. Moss Totals • 5 7 8 3 1 2 1 0 1 28 FG FT 4 1 2 0 0 3 3 3 0 0 15 18-13, 31-23 and 40-33 as Ingram and Koebckc each hit 13 points to lead the way. Argos won the reserve game 30 to 29. Kewanna—Koebeke 13, Cox 7, Ingram 13, Harris 8, Good 10, Hiland 3. Argos—Zink 12, Thompson 6, Stults 7, Dunlap 7, Morrell 15, Leeper, Cook. FLORA DOWNS ROSSVILLE ROSSVILLE Flora's Badgers got the new cage season under way with a 62-52 victory over the Rossville Hornets here Friday after leading at the quarter by 15-13, 2522 and 45-33. Carl Wagoner hit 21 points to pace the Badgers while Joe Metzger got 24 to top the Rossville club. Rossville wo nthe reserve ,. game 42 to 28. 16 62 Rossville—Davidson 6, Thorpe 3, PF TP Metzger 24, Roth 7, Heckard 6, Marshall 3, Gottschalk 3. Flora — . Oyler 10, C. Wagoner 21, Eiken- 6 berry 7, Driggs 10, Essermaa 14, 4 2 2 2 1 1 2 0 2 16 2 2 2 3 2 1 0 12 FG FT PF TP 19 11 15 24 J3 17 61 FG FT PF TP 2155 0 4 4 1 4 2 2 6 21 10 1 1 • 4 4 3 2 12 20 53 Neff. PANTHERS TAG TALMA GRASS CREEK—Balanced scor-j ing turned the trick for the Grass' Creek Panthers here last night as they defeated Talma 62-59 in an over time. Dave -Huffman with 17, R. Fields with 15 and James with 13 points paced the winners while Chuck Coplen totaled 19 poitns for Talma. Grass Creek had to corns from behind to tie the contest at 57-57 at must serve a five-year apprenticeship before lie can become a full time professional. Presently he is considered a class "C" pro. He replaces Jack Craycraft, who tentatively held the job last summer. Stanford Keeps Bowl Hopes Alive LOS ANGELES Wi — Stanford kept a flickering Rose Bowl hope alive as quarterback Jack Douglas and fullback Chuck Shea led the Indians to a 35-7 victory over the University of Southern California Saturday. A Trojan home - coming day turnout of 51,923 saw Stanford in this 31st meeting between the two Pacific Coast Conference rivals roll up the biggest score in the history of the series. The Indians' well balanced attack opened the scoring in the first quarter with a 67-yard march that netted seven points. USC struck back 76 yards in 11 plays, 10 on the ground and the final a 20 yard pass from Willie Wood to substitute 'left end Don Voyne. From there on there was no stopping Stanford. The Indians scored two touchdowns in the second quarter for a 21-7 halftime lead. They took the third quarter kickoff and whipped 57 yards in six plays to sink any Trojan hopes. The Indians added another touchdown in the third quarter after a Trojan fumble on its own COLLEGE FOOTBALL SCORES three periods, 18-14, 32-31 and 5047. Grass Creek also won the Bee game 48-39. Grass Creek: Young 5, James 13, giR. Fields 15, Smith 2, J. Fields 5, Huffman 17, Dague 5; Talma: score of the game. FG FT PF TP 2 0 5 0 5 0 1 0 13 4 4 4 5 a i 3 0 24 12 14 41 Washington Tp. FG FT PF .TP BUTLER WINS INDIANAPOLIS !ffl — Butler's breakaway runners outraced De- Pauw on four.long scoring plays as the Bulldogs won a" football battle for second place in the Indiana Conference Saturday, 2G-13. The Tigers rolled up twice as many meaningless first downs and held at the goal line, but they couldn't cope with Butler's midfield explosions.. Electronic Bell Orgaq $12.98 Resonant Bell Tones. Makes learning music much easier. la/away Now SPORTLAND 315 Broadway phone 23TO Ttia largest Sporting Goodi and Toy Store In Logansport Leffert Miller Xewport HoweU Vance Martin Fiedler Wilson Bowyer Stewart Totals New Waverly Rogers Minglin Bowman D. Anderson Bowyer Hopper Carney R. Anderson Doran Myers Totals Twelve Mile Helms Moss S'hafer Rudicel Grabfe Beiden Babb Kantzer Nead Bookw alter Totals • 1 3 8 6 9 0 . 1 1 0 0 29 2 0 6 2 0 0 3 2 0 0 15 4 3 5 3 1 1 3 0 0 1 23 18 FG FT PF TP 1 0 1 0 6 0 1 0 2 0 11 1 0 2 0 2 0 4 0 0 1 11 2 0 1 4 4 0 3 0 4 3 19 0 1)5 FG FT PF TP 4 4 2 4 1 4 1 1 2 7 30 0 0 2 3 1 0 2 0 3 2 13 S 0 2 3 1 2 2 0 3 1 18 STARS TWINKLE STAR CITY - The Star City net- ters downed Monterey in a hard fought ball game here Friday night 55 to 47 after trailing 22-21 at the talf and then shooting ahead 38-28 in the third period. The Stars also won. the B game 34-28. Star City — Ray Brown 8, Roy Brown 2, Keough 10, Shidler 16,. rVentz 4, Lehman 15. Monterey — T. Keller 18, Bauer 3,.J. Keller 8, Minniear 6, Large, Davis 10, Masters 4. CUBS CUP YANKS BURLINGTON. — The Burlington Polar Cubs downed the Young America Yanks hefe Friday 59 to 39 after pulling away in the last half. The Cubs held a 31-22 margin at intermission time and then hit freely-the rest of the Kindig 3; Pfeiffer, Stinson 10, Gordon 12, Coplen 19, Deamer 9, Busenburg 6. LAST SECOND BUCKET FRANCESVILLE — Rod Nesius hit a fielder with five seconds left to play, and the Chalmers net snipers downed the Francesville Zebras here Friday night 34 to 32. Chalmers had led 9-6, 18-15 and 28-19 at the quarters before the Zebras rallied to tie the score at 32-all with less than a minute to go, setting the stage for the winning bucket. Francesville won the reserve game 28-27. Francesville — Gutwein 8, Von Tobel 7, Jordan, Robinson 1, Tanner, Boehning 12, Witt, Downes 4. Chalmers — Stradlin 9 Townsley, Wessel 1, Gallinger 6,'Nesius 12, Christopher 6. HIGHLAND IS WINNER FULTON — Richland Center had too much shooting power for tho Fulton Bulldogs here Friday nite and scored a 53-41 victory after leading at the quarter poles 16-8, 31-17 and 41-28. Jim Campbell pumped in 19 points to set the pace for the Wildcats while Dan Hauser and Dee Williams each got 10 points for the Bulldogs. Richland Center—Dean Sf.oafc- bfrger 11, Foor 6, Del Stocklber- ger, Campbell IS, Kistler 10, Walters 7. Fulton—Kingery 3, Pugh, Showtey 9, Heckathorn 9, Hauser 10, Williams 10, Spangler. RANGERS WIN AGAIN REYNOLDS—The Reynolds Rangers won their second victory of lie young basketball season here Friday night over Battleground, 48-44. They have lost none. Paul Buschman led the victors with 16 points and Larry Zarse scored 13. For the losers Hawk and Bales tallied 10 each. Reynolds beat Chalmers in the :irst game of the season, 48-40. BISONS BIFF BEgS BURNETTSVILLE _ The Bur- lettsville high school quintet lost heir, first' game of the season lere Friday night to Buffalo, 67-48. Pacing the victors were Hunt with 23 points, Han with 13, and Big Auburn Line Stops Miss. State BIRMINGHAM, Ala. I/PI — Auburn's murderous line brought the third-ranked. Tigers a 15-7 victory over highly rated Mississippi State Saturday after the victors overcame the shock of a 57-yard scoring pass. A Tom Miller to Ned Brooks pass put the winners behind 7-0 at halftime. But with Tommy Lorino doing most of the gaining, the Tigers took the second half kickofC in for the tying score, pushed State back to its end zone and got a safety, and then drove 10 in three plays for another touchdown after recovering a fumble. Both the latter tallies were in the final period. Indiana High School Football By The Associated Press Lafayette 26, Lebanon 20 Evansville Central 19, Evansville Memorial 14 Kentucky Deaf School 27, Ind. Deaf School 0 Indpls. Tech 12, Indpls. Shortridge 0 La Porte 13, Michigan City 6 New Albany 47, Indpls. Manual 0 Terre Haute Schulte 12, Terrc Haute Garfield 7 Brazil 13, Clinton 13 (tie) Vncennes «, Robnson,. Ill 14 South Bend Adams M, South Bend Central 7 North Texas 12, Chattanooga 0 Tulsa 3, Texas Tech 0 West Texas 12, Abilene Christian 2 Southwest Texas 9, Sam Houston 0 Akron 36, Mt. Union 7 0 Findlay 14, Wilmington, Ohoi 0 Wichita 14, Drake 7 Simpson 20, Wartburg 14 Grinnell 29, Monmouth o Luther 14, Buena Vista 6 Parsons 24, Upper Iowa 16 Coe 13, St. Olaf 7 Lawrence 46, Knox 0 Ohio Univ 7, Bowling Green 7 (tie) Wittenberg 20, Ohio Wesleyan 13 Hiram 14, Kenyon 12 Dayton 40, North Dakota State Alma 40, Ohio Northern 14 Capital 14, Wooster 7 Washington 13, Oregon 6 UCLA 19, Washington State 13 Idaho 35, Utah State 7 Western Colorado 20, Colorado Mines 20 (tie) Oregon State 21, California 19 Denver 26, Air Force Acad 14 Eastern Montana 37, Montana Mines 0 Cornell 13, Brown 6 Holy Cross 20, Syracuse 19 Colgate 32, Bucknell o Penn 33, Yale 20 W. Virginia 7, Pitt 6 Dartmouth 7, Colombia 0 Princeton 28, Harvard 20 Tufts 47, Rochester 13 Rutgers 34, Lafayette 18 VMI 12, Leliigh 7 Maine 19, Bowdoin 0 Boston College 27, Boston IF. 2 Army 39, Utah 33 Detroit 16, Villanova 7 Colby 20, Bates 19 Delaware 71, Temple 7 Indiana Tchrs. 15, Geneva 6 Juniata 14, Penn Military 0 West Chester (Pa) Tchrs. 16, Bloomsburg Tchrs. 7 Carnegie Tech 13, Franklin and Marshall o Allegheny 20, Case 0 Slippery Rock (Pa) 13, Westminster (Pa) 0 Moravian 21, Upsala 6 Lock Haveni Pa. 21, Lycoming 7 Williams 28, Wesleyan 13 Hobart 8, Hamilton 2 Norwich 13, Worcester Tchrs 0 Amherst 40, Trinity (Conn) 6 Springfield 28, New Hampshire 6 Susquehanna 20, Wagner 6 Albright 32, Lebanon Valley 8 1 Penn State 20, Marquette 7 Connecticut 48, Northeastern 14 Ohio State 20, Purdue 7 Mich. State 34, Notre Dame 6 Washington and Jefferson 20, Otterbein 13 Cincinnati 21, Indiana 0 Wisconsin 41, Northwestern 12 Illinois 20. Michigan 19 Iowa 44, Minnesota 20 Kansas 13, Kansas State 7 Oklahoma 39, Missouri 14 Iowa State 13, Nebraska 0 Heidelberg 31. Baldwin-Wallace 6 Western Michigan 20, Western Reserve 0 Kent State 13. Louisville 1 Denison 60, Oberlin 7 Tennessee 21, Georgia Tech 6 Wm. & Mary 7, N.C. State 6 Duke 6, Navy 6 Virginia Tech 10, Wake Forest 3 Clemson 26, Maryland 7 Richmond 13, Washington 6 No. Carolina 28, So. Carolina 6 Davidson 1C, Wofprd 7 Florida 22, Georgia 0 Virginia State 38, Fayetteville Tchrs 0 Citadel! 14, Presbyterian 0 Coast Guard 27, RPI 20 Auburn 15, Mississippi State 7 . Vanderbilt 12, Kentucky 7 Mississippi 14, Louisiana St. 12 Tulane 7, Alabama 0 Davidson 16, Wofford 7 West. Maryland 25,' Drexel 0 Hampton 19, Howard 6 Florida 22, Georgia 0 Rice 13, Arkansas 7 Baylor 7, Texas 7 "(tie) Colorado 20, Colorado State 0 E. Michigan 26, W. Illinois 0 Wheaton 47, Milliken 6 Augustana (111) 27, Illinois Wesleyan 20 111, Normal 39, E. Illinois 7 No. Central, 111. 32, Elmhurst College 0 E; Michigan 26, W. Illinois 0 Hope 47, Albion 7 Kalamazoo 13, Olivet 7 Stanford 35, Southern California 7 Whitworth 19, Pacific Lutheran 7 Whiltier 34, Pomona-Claremont 20 Williamelle 40, Pacific 6 Colorado College 34, Adams (Colo) 25 Oklahoma State 39. Wyoming 6 Hanover 28, Franklin 13 Ball State 20. Indiana State 0 St. Josephs (Ind) 25, Evansville 0 Taylor 13, Manchester 13 (tie) Butler 26, Depauw 13 Wabash 39, Southwestern (Term) 21 Ind. Central 53, Earlham IS Sooners In 39-14 Romp COLUMBIA, Mo. UP) — Sharp anc. alert Oklahoma stormed over Missouri 39-14 Saturday to clinch an Orange Bowl appearance and assure itself of at least a tie for the Big Eight championship. Coach Bud Wilkinson's Sooners sluggish offensively the past several weeks, struck for at least one touchdown in each quarter in scoring their 47th consecutive victory. It was Oklahoma's fifth Big Eight victory this year. The Soon- ers need only to beat Nebraska in their remaining league game .o clinch their tenth undisputed title. A record Missouri crowd of 39,500, sitting in clear, cold wea- .her, was treated to a fancy con- le.st for the first half before the Sooners broke it wide open. Trailing by only six points at .he • half, 13-7, Missouri's highly touted defense cracked under Oklahoma pressure in the third. The Sooners got only one touch, down in that period, via a one- yard keeper by quarterback Dave Baker, but they had opened the gates for three more touchdowns in the last quarter. Missouri 070 7—14 Oklhotna 767 19—30 Oklahoma scoring— Touchdown Carpenter (17, run), Boyd 4, run) Baker 1, run Dodd 2, run. Thomas (2, run), Gault (3, run). Conversions: Baker 2, Sherrod (placements). Missouri scoring— Touchdowns Snowden (I, run), Kuhlmann (32, run). Conversion: Rash 2 (placements). PrahhCagersJag Deer Creek 54-37 CAMDEN — Prairie township grabbed an early lead and Deer Creek never managed to catch them as the Eagles won 54-37 al Camden Saturday night. Prairie lead at each of the first three stops, 12-5, 24-15 and 41-20. Emmctt Herr poured in 15 points 'lo lead the losers while Carl Kinder and Richard Nash tallied 15 points each for tl^winners. Prairie also.took the Bee encounter 24-17. Deer Creek: Suavely i. Dillon 8, Herr 15, Packard 8, Baker 7; Prairie: Cardwell 5, Adams 6, Alder 5. Kinder 15, Nash 15, Ratcliff 1, Morrison 7. UCLA RALLIES • SPOKANE, Wash, wi — End Dick Wallcn ruined the Washington Slate Cougars Saturday with oass interceptions and brought UCLA from behind for a 19 - 13 Pacific Coast Conference football victory. LATE PASS WINS NASHVILLE, Tenn. wi-Vander- bilt came from behind with a late 'ourth quarter touchdown pass 'rom Boyce Smith to Bob Laws Saturday to defeat the underdog Kentucky Wildcats, 12-7, in •• Southeastern Conference football :ame. NEW LEAGUE An attempt to form a new independent basketball league in Logansport is underway. Any teams interested in joining such a league are asked to contact Joe Stewart at the personnel department of General Tire. ATTENTION MEN Qualify Easily and Quickly for Big Pay Jobs as: MECHANICAL DRAFTSMEN MACHINISTS-TOOL MAKERS TOOL AND DIE DESIGNERS Above courses G. I. Approved. REFRIGERATION AIR CONDITIONING- NO experience required. Free employment service. Bring Separation Report. See J. J. Baldwin, Barnes Hotel Wednesday, Nov. 13, 1 to 8 p.m. Watch for this Rear-Bumper Sign "ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR ABOUT" STATE FARM MUTUAL'S CAREFUL DRIVER INSURANCE IT AH FAUM INIUIANH HARRY "BUD" WATTS 302 W. Morktt St. Phon. 4420 BASKETBALL Marques Boom' HAYNES WHEELER FABULOUS MONTICELLO LAKERS WEDNESDAY, NOV. 13th MONTICELLO No fteterved : i - Students 90c

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