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ftov. 23 1956 SAN BERNARDINO SUN-TELEGRAM 45 IOWA CITY, Iowa (B Iowa's j Rose Bowl-bound Big Ten football champions put a golden touch to the best Hawkeye season in 35 years with a spectacular 48-8 rout of Notre Dame yesterday. Iowa stabbed Notre Dame with dazzling long runs. A crowd of 56,632 huddled in slightly below freezing weather to watch Iowa's best offensive show of the season. The Hawks, headed for a New Year's Day Rose Bowl duel with Oregon State, ended their regular season with an 8-1 record and their first undisputed Big Ten championship since 1921. Iowa raced to a 28-0 lead over the Irish. Quarterback Kenny Ploen went 10 yards for the first Iowa touchdown and set up the second with a 32-yard spurt to the Notre Dame one. He scored again in the second quarter on a 41-yard run. Ploen' s advertised duel with No tre Dame's Paul Hornung failed to materialize because the Irish star was sidelined in the first period. Notre Dame didn't-score until Iowa had a 35-0 lead. Notre Dame 0 0 8 ft 8 Iowa 14 14 7 1348 Notre Dame scoring Touchdown: Ward, 14, pass from Cooke. Safety: Harris, Iowa tackled in end zone by Geremia. Iowa scoring Touchdowns: Ploen 2, 10, run, 41, run; Dobrino 1, plunge; Harris 2. 23, pass-run from Ploen, 61, run; Hagler S3, run; Walk er 8, run. conversions: Pr escort 6, Bears Favored Over New York (By United Press) The high-scoring Chicago Bears are seven-point favorites to defeat the New York Giants in a Sunday game that will go a long ways toward deciding National Football League conference titles. The odds-makers are giving the Bears the ed g e on the strength of a seven-game winning streak that boosted them into first place in the western conference. The Bears hold a one-half game lead over Detroit which lost its share of the top spot by losing to Green Bay on Thanksgiving day. A crowd of close to 70,000 is expected to witness a bruising struggle in Yankee Stadium. The Bears have scored 288 points-most in the circuit The Giants' key should be their crack defensive line. New York, the eastern conference leaders with a 6-2 record, will depend on the running of Frank Gifford and Alex Webster plus the passing of Charley Con-erly. The Giants, however, have no one to match the brilliance of Harlon Hill, the Bears' end. Hill will have two and three men on him which will open areas for Bear runners and other pass receivers. A Giant setback and a Chicago Cardinal victory over Pittsburgh would produce a dealock for first place in the eastern. The Cards lost to the Steelers 14-7 last week. but they'll be on their home grounds tomorrow. Chicago is favored by points. The streaking Washington Red skins take on the Cleveland Browns in another important game. The 'Skins are three-point favorites off their successive tri umphs over the Browns, Cards, Detroit and the Giants. Rounding out the five-game pro gram, San Francisco will be at Philadelphia and Los Angeles at Baltimore. Coach Sid Gillman's Rams are listed 3-point favorites over the Colts in the game that will be on TV at 11 a.m., PST. The Rams have Larry Morris on the injury list, but the rest are ready. Bill Wade will open at quarterback. TCU Edges Rice For Cotton Berth HOUSTON, Tex. (UP) Texasjfor 107 yards, scoring two touch- Hawkeyes Named to Rose Bowl CHICAGO WThe University of Iowa last night was officially designated as the Big Ten Conference representative in the Rose Bowl game at Pasadena, Calif., Jan. 1. William Reed, assistant Big Ten commissioner, said the choice was unanimous among the first six Big Ten athletic directors to submit their choices by telegram. The other four have not been heard from, but a majority is sufficient. Iowa won sole possession of the Big Ten crown yesterday when Ohio State was walloped by Michi gan 19 to 0. Iowa won a share of the crown a week ago. The Pacific Coast Conference will name its Rose Bowl represen tative tomorrow. Oregon State is the expected choice. Reed did not identify the six Big Ten universities which selected Iowa. Iowa's Big Ten title this year is its first since 1921. The team's only loss this year was to Michigan, 17-14. Iowa's trip to the Rose Bowl will be its first. In an earlier game this season, the Iowa Hawkeyes eased past Oregon State's Beavers 14-13. " -""- itMf. fj ' Bulldog Runner Wins NAIA Title OMAHA, Neb. (UP) Rayi Manion arrived without Coach Manion, 24, University of Red- Ted Runner and was the sole lands upset favored Bill Tidwell representative of Redlands. He of Emporia State (Kansas) yes-J entered the race specifically to terday and won the first annual, have a chance to race against DRAGS TODAY Bob Alsaenz, who had the top time in the nationals at 159.01 m.p.h., is entered in today's Southern California NHRA Championship Drag Meet at Morrow Strip west of Colton. Over 250 entries are expected for the day-long meet, which opens at 7 a.m and continues until top eliminator at 5 p.m. NAIA cross country race at Omaha University in 22:42.2. Manion led at the half-mile point on the four mile, 55-yard snow-packed course but relin quished the lead to Tidwell at the three and one-half mile mark, Tidwell was in front up to the beginning of the cinder path which starts about 30 yards from the finish line. It was here Manion made his kick and was pulling steadilvl away from Tidwell at the finish line. Bill Dunlap, Fort Hays State (Kansas), finished third. j Seventy-seven runners started the race but only 75 finished. Tidwell for the second time. Their first meeting came in 1954 when Manion was in the Navy. The two raced at San Diego but Manion admits "I wasn't in good shape. Tidwell beat the socks off me then. In fact, it couldn't even be called a contest." The time in yesterday's race was considered good by NAIA of ficials in view of the wintry conditions. South Dakota State won the team trophy with 77 points. Fort Hayes State. (Kansas) was second with 88 points, and Howard Payne (Brownwood, Texas), was third with 94. LOS ALAMITOS RACE RESULTS Christian University came from behind yesterday with three quick scoring drives to beat Rice Institute, 20-17, and cinch a sec ond straight post-season Bowl date. TCU, getting off to a fumble-rid- den start, came to life in the sec ond and third periods with touch down drives powered by quarter back Charles Curtis aerials to overcome a 10-6 halftime deficit. Curtis, a senior, completed 13 of 18 passes for 185 yards. Full back Buddy Dike carried 21 times downs. Curtis accounted for the other score TCU halfback Jim Swink con- Jalopy Racing on TV Starts at OSS Jalopy racing on television, orig-, slower drivers, with a '30-1 a p mating from Orange Show Ma- main at 5 p.m. highlighting the mum, comes to 6 an tsernarainoicar( toaay wnen tne circle city nac- Sporiswriters to Pick All-Eastern Conference tributed 69 yards on the ground Picking the 1956 All-Eastern Con- The Orange Empire Sportswrit- ers Assn. meets Wednesday nieht in Santa Ana for the purpose of, neimet aasn, aiso an B-iap- ing Assn. presents a 10-event card beginning at noon with time trials. The TV cameras start grinding at 2 p.m., when the trophy dash is held among the four fastest qualifiers. There will be four 8- lap heat races, with the two swiftest in each heat going in per. and snagged Curtis passes four cotton times for a total of 67 yeards. ! More than 43,000 fans who came to see Rice play its final home game of the season saw TCU boost its season record to 6-3. The loss gave Rice a 4- season record. The victory assured TCU a Cotton Bowl date Jan. 1 since Texas A&M has been barred from bowl competition by the NCAA for ille gal recruiting practices. Missile Streaks to Victory in $82,605 Pimlico Futurity Race BALTIMORE, Md., (UP) John, A. Morris' Missile, winner of three previous stakes, led all the way yesterday in scoring a two and one-half length triumph in the $82,605 Pimlico Futurity for two-year-old colts and fillies before a shivering crowd of 19,341. The chestnut son of War Relic, who accounted for the Dover, Flash and Babylon Stakes, moved in front by three lengths soon after the start in the mile and one-sixteenth fall fixture and never was seriously threatened. The Greentree Stable's Cohoes, who ran in Missile's wake throughout, finished second, half length before the rallying Ambehaving from the Bohemia Sable. Indian Creek, Cannon Fire and Jet Ex brought up the rear in the field of six. Missile, ridden by Pete Anderson, completed the run in 1:45 flat and rewarded his backers with an '$11.00, $5.20 and $2.20 payoff for his sixth win in 16 trips to the post. The victory, his most rewarding thus far, was worth $71,235 and boosted his earnings to $147,344. Cohoes paid $7.80 and $2.20 and Ambehaving the 1 to 2 choice, re turned $2.20. ference elevens, The meeting had been billed for Monday, but was postponed two nights. The teams will be released at the end of the week. A Class B 33rd semi-main has the 250 Entries For Drag Races The largest hot rod meet in Morrow Drag Strip's three-year history takes place today when the 1956 NHRA Southern California Championship Drag Meet is staged on the. track west of Col ton on old Highway 99. The gates open at 7 a.m., with runs commencing at 8 a.m. and going until noon. Eliminations lffi start about 1 p.m., with the top eliminator going off around 5 p.m. EXPECT 250 Around 2M entries are ex pected for the mammoth meet, with awards going to winners in each class plus the large trophy to the top eliminator. There is Bill Cantrell, point champion for the CCRA during the summer season, heads the big jalopy field. Cantrell totaled over 1,100 points, with Ray Furnal, Jack Johanson and Fred Tomlinson over 1,000 during the summer. j In addition to Cantrell and no advance in prices for the Johanson, other pilots are Valli affair, the Argonaut Club Timing FIRST MO yards. -year-olds ft up in Grade A minus. Purse S110U. Nona Bam 112 (Shaw) 50.90 19.90 14.30 utue Dave May lb (Armstrong) 12.30 7.00' Inchon 135 (Canchola) S.60! Time :23 710. Also ran Katie Bam. Vandy Jr.. Little Myrt, Johnny Rapid, Dunlap Kid. General Doug, Exchange. Scratched Roving Gamhler, L-D Joe Possum, Little Boots Cee, Mix Master. SECOND 330 yards. 3-year-olds & up In Grade A plus. Purse S1200. Mary Twist 113 (Garza) 21.40 10.50 5.40 uusif Parker 118 (Strauss) S.60 4.60 Lints Leota 118 (Chavez) 3.90 Time :13 110. Also ran d-Night Bar. Willy Win, Rebob, Liz Parker. Lady Chet. Scratched Rita Pockets, Little Drin. Laura Lou. d Finished 1st, disqualified and placed last. THIRD 350 yards. 3-year-olds & up In Grade A plus. Purse S12U0. Washo Queen 117 (Banks) 2L70 8 30 5.70' Gosee 316 (Ballou) 4.90 3.90 Little Dandy Snip 133 (Canchola) 7.80 Time :18 810. Also ran Little Bay Lady, Star Cat, Twist Duzzit Little Joe Dan, Quinea Pig Cee. Mucho Dandy. Dream Along. Scratched Captain Purvis, Notation. FOURTH 350 yards. 3-year-olds & up in! Grade AA minus. Purse $1300. Chief V. 118 (Salem) 9.70 5 40 3.S0! 9.90 5.10 Westward Ho 113 (Shaw) 3 SO Time :18 4 AO. Also ran Fly Bar, Mr. Cates. This Is It Bar Bob. Adios Jr.. Lewis' Miss Prissy. Scratched Clabber Bam FIFTH 549 yards. 3-year-olds & up. Allowances. Purse J1200. Vandy Zandy 116 (Lawyer) 25.60 8 00 5.4S El Unico 115 (Littell) 3.60 2.90 Cousin Twig 118 (Fishburn) 4.70 Time :28 410. Also ran Ariel Jeep. Rand Bam. Clabber's Ana Choppa Bam, La Bam, Black Dale. No scratches. SIXTH 350 yards. 3-year-olds & up In Grade AA plus. Purse $1500. Mr. Joe Big 116 (Brittain) 10.60 5.40 4.SJ Mr. Boo 117 (Chapman) 10.90 7.70 Chief Win 117 (Hetrick) 6 4 Time :18 510. Also ran Kid Viersen. Question's Gold, Dr. Two Bits, Maydeek, Davril, Pokey Clabber, Gray Bar. Scratched Connie Leo, Battle Rocket SL Louis Orphan. Cieneea. SEVENTH 350 yards. 2-year-olds. Allowances. The Preview. Purse $1500 Cute Trick 122 (Banks) 3.40 2.80 2.60 Mr. Mackay 320 iGuillory) 5.90 4.50 Hy Alwin 122 (Chavez) 4 20 Time :18 410. Also ran Lonsum Polecat Black Barred. Page Two, Pap. Vino Tinta. Top Socks. Brandycross. Scratched Blondy Bill. Nevada Regards. EIGHTH 350 yards. 3-year-olds ft trf. Allowances. The Hard Twist Purse $5000. Sure Now 119 (Salem) 26.60 8.00 4.50 Bob's Folly 122 (Armstrong) 3.10 2.50 Alfaretta 118 (Fishburn) 3.20 Time :18 310. Also ran Rocket Bar. Pokey Vandy, Diamond Mae. Vanetta Dee, Red Josette, Clab-Win, Bobbie Leo. No scratches. NINTH 350 yards. 3-year-olds & up In Grade AA minus. Purse $1300. Tinky Poo 118 (Chavez) 8.50 4.80 S.50 Mickey's Mack 115 (Ballou) 10.10 5.30 Cow Town 117 (Chapman) 4.00 Time :1S 630. Also ran Leo Nick. Lightning Streak Klamath. War Mon. Sue's Joela, Ariel Lisa. Tagaway, Burke's Gayle. Scratched Dan Black. Engelauf, Tom Guffy, Bob For-ster, Dave James, Allen Franks, through 4Sth fastest quali-;Bob and Jack Clegg, Marty and; by the Nesbitt's Orange Special, fiers, while the 17th through 32nd I Tom Artoff, and 80 others, will be threatened in the drag- go in the Class A semi. A Hooli- Bill Welsh handles the telecast- ster class. Maurice Richer, at gan takes care of the 49th anding. Jesters Win CSO League Title As Moreno Passes to Triumph Danny Moreno passed for all three touchdowns yesterday as the Jesters downed Security Title, 18-0, to win the West End CSO League title on five straight vie-: tories. Security Title ended with a 3-2 record. Moreno's passing has been the consistent scoring weapon for the undefeated Jesters. His receivers for TDs yesterday were Lupe Leon twice and Al Harris. The Knights blanked the Colton Lions, 20-0, in yesterday's second game. Ernie Pedroza ran 70 yards on a pass interception, Joe Perez Assn. states. The track record of 148.72, held turned 153 Race Results at Bay Meadows HEAVYWEIGHT TITLE FOES Donning gloves fop the benefit of photographers, Archie Moore (left) and Floyd Patterson square off at the Illinois Athletic Commission office where they appeared Friday for a medical examination in preparation for their heavyweight title bout at Chicago Stadium, Nov. 3D. (AP wirephoto) ran for another TD and Allen San chez flipped to Joe Acosta for the third TD. .Mario Arroyo caught Dick Colunga in the end zone for a safety. The Saints were tied with Security Title for second place with a 3-2 mark, while the Knights and Gents ended with 2-3 records. Colton had five consecutive losses. Next week, the Jesters meet the Saints and Security Title battles the Knights in the pennant play off.. Both winners will climax the day with a playoff championship game. BAYLOR BLANKS SMU, 26-0 DALLAS, Tex. (UP) Baylor's clinched the Cotton Bowl for TCU, bruising Bears used brute force but made Baylor a prime target GATE CITY PACIFIC TELCO W L Babettes 23 10 San Bdno. Rec. Center ..21 12 Team A 19'2 13j. Team B 18 15 Goodman Jewelers 17 16 Sport Togs 13 20 Edwards Diamonds 12! i 202 Dottie Lee 8 25 Hiahs: Pat Prescott, 517: Jean Bracken, 473: Marge Cleary, 437; Anna Hoff, 427; Nancee Phelps, 410. GATE CITY 860 MAJORS W Eson's Insurance 20 Bud's Brake Service .... 19 Hoak Bros 18 I Crescent Jewelers 17 Nickerson's Union Oil ... 13 A O I 1 ? ana an occasional pass yesterday lor an invitation rrom eitner tne: penny's Furniture 11 to ring up a 26-0 Southwest Con- Sugar or Gator Bowls. ference victory over Southern Buddy Humphrey, a budding Methodist and remain an enticing sophomore quarterback, engi- bit of bait for some New Year's neered Baylor's seventh victory in day bowl sponsor. jnine starts by passing for one The victory, coupled with Texas Christian's triumph over Rice, Bowhunier Club Changes Site of Archery Meet touchdown and running for another. Big Bill Glass spearheaded a smothering defense that amazed a crowd of 28,000 by the ease with which it kept SMU's nirining and passing attack ineffective. The San Bernardino Bowhunt- ers Club meet, originally sched uled for the Sepulveda Rifle Range, will be staged instead on the Arrowhead Bowman Club u 10 11 12 13 17 18 19 Twin Palms Dairy 10 20 Hiahs: Art Stahlheber, 580-213: RalDh Maver. 573-203; Chas. Him melreich, 566-209: Bill Lively, 565; Geo. Arnold, 541-202. UCLA Backfield Coach to Talk At Card Pep Club Fall Banquet Deke Brackett, backfield coach for the UCLA Bruins, will be featured speaker for the . annual Fall Banquet sponsored by the Cardinal Pep Club Thursday, rTesident Woody Newton an nounces. SBRC LADIES 730 SCRATCH Villanova Blanks VILLANOVA, Pa. (UP) Villa- jnova University, with halfback Rick Sapienza a busybody in all range on West Base Line at l! departments, marched for touch- T m torlav. downs thp first thrpp timoc it Korl Gabriel Bros. Last night's fire in northern San the ball yesterday to trouncelGdrnRoo'm"16''..::":: 11 Bernardino destroyed the Sepulve- Iowa State, 26-0, and gain its first Highs: Fiorine Dundas. 524; Helen fia RiCa Range, it was reported. I winning season in five years. JEdd.'aGuinnf1489iJpahyllibRabne: 8 YALE OVERPOWERS HARVARD, 42-14 CAMBRIDGE, Mass m Touch down twins Dennis (The Menace) McGill and Al Ward ended their college football careers in sensa tional fashion yesterday as Yale overpowered Harvard, 42-14 to win the first formal Ivy League League championship. McGill and Ward, elusive halfbacks seeking all-Ivy honors for the second straight year, turned in snarklintJ nmniiw performances . . ' i .... ceo mc . rr i - - - nignsi r r-rVu, "-!: u 77,-rl Valo-Haruaivl fntHoll 556: nicki Micnois, r tO-i"1 . - meeting before a packed crowd of more than 38,000 at the stadium. McGill scored Yale's first touch down on a two-yard buck and the second on a 78-yard sweep around! end. Ward returned a Harvard kick- off 77 yards for a touchdown and was a workhorse in Yale's all-senior backfield. The event will be at 6:30 p.m. in the SBHS cafeteria. Parents planning to attend must make reservations as soon as possible with Mrs. George Wilson at home or Larry Cook at SBHS Monday. Members of the Card football teams, cheer leaders, pom pon girls, majorettes and the High Steppers drill team will be guests, Newton states. w Babettes 23 Matich Bros 20Vi Gus Tonn Trailers 17ia Ousley'a Chevron Service . 15 Costume House 15 Jeanettes 15 Fooshee 1 Hudlow's Redlands 12 Emoev na, Mura, 512. GATE CITY LADIES LEAGUE L 10 12'2 1512 18 18 18 19 21 W Gail Stockton 25 Triangle Rock Products . 22 Babettes 16 Jeanettes 16 L.A. Times 15 15 L 8 11 17 17 18 18 21 22 the Nesbitt's wheel, at Bakersfield. Bob Alsaenz, in Kenny Lind-ley's dragster, went 159.01 m.p.h. in the national meet and is one of today's favorites. San Bernar dino's John Bradley, in the Gene's Brake Shop Special is a threat in the elapsed-time de partment. Sooners Roll to 39th, 54 to 6 NORMAN, Okla (3V-Unbeatable Oklahoma methodically rolled to its 39th straight football victory yesterday, overpowering Nebras ka 54-6 with an eight touchdown barrage that closed out a decade of Big Seven Conference domina tion. The No. 1 ranked Sooners lacked some of the razor-edged sharp ness that beat Missouri 67-14 for the Big Seven pennant last week, but team speed and a crushing line shattered the Cornhuskers of Pete Elliott, who was an assistant at Oklahoma last year. For the record book, the 39th consecutive victory tied the all-time college record of Washington back in 1908-1914. Since 1947 when Bud Wilkinson took over as Okla homa head coach the Sooners have not lost a league tilt. The Sooners with 53 boys play ing, scored in every quarter, going through the air and on the ground on long gains as they mixed their split-T attack with single wing and a back in motion flanker to gain 656 net yards. Tommy McDonald, Oklahoma s All America, quarterback Jimmy Harris and alternate halfback Carl Dodd each scored two touch downs with David Brown and Dale Sherrod each making one. Brown' came on a 53-yard run. 'Clear fast) FIRST $2000 Claiming. 3-year-olds. 1A miles. Steady Comrany 104 (DittfaeM 7.30 4 20 3.00' Hetty Joy 109 (Shoemaker) 4.30 3.0O1 Father Calip 116 (Beasleyi 2.S0 Time 1:47. Also ran Andy's Arrow. Gal lant Choice, Run For Cover, Early Ramb ler, Juliana 2nd, Caeser Red, Miss tjuiUo, Ali Miss. SECOND J2000 Claiming. 3-year-olds & up. b lurlongs. Half Caste 337 (Faulkner) Kosma 310 (wagner General K.. Better Not Bet Margaret Anne. Big Star. Daily double Steady Company te Half Caste paid S35.40. THIRD $2200 Optional claiming. 3-year-olds & up. 6 furlongs. Best Reader 111 (Shoemaker) 4.00 2.90 7MO Can't Pass Me 334 (Longden) 3.20 2.90 Skyworth 312 (Dominguez) 5.80 Time l:10i. Also ran Against Time, Lady Wampum. Moon Rage. Ingowa, Ses-perate Step, Deerwood Rose. t-ui k ih s '4 hi i Dunrau m m nr. . a. 7.60 4.50 3 70 vpar-olris 1 mile 6.su a st! Jackpot 330 (York) Native Skies 114 i Dominguez) 6.40: Dream Stnrv ir (Moreno) Time 1:11. Also ran Newsaway. Le.itsnotrouble 116 (Faulkner) Lia, f eace cornel, urmonay, xuarciii. Michigan State Tops Wildcats in Fumble Festival EAST LANSING, Mich. (UP) Michigan State, capitalizing on Kansas State fumbles and overcoming its own bobbles, packed four touchdowns into the third period yesterday to wallop the Wildcats, 38-17, before 31,115 chilled fans in snow-r 1 n g e d Macklin Field Stadium. The ball changed bands 13 times on 20 fumbles as temperatures well below the freezing mark numbed the hands of players on both teams.' The 13 fumbles by the Spartans was a new record for the season. Previously the Spartans' record number 4l fumbles was eight. Tulsa University Rambles to 14-6 Win Oyer Wichita TULSA, Okla. (UP) Tulsa University halfback Dick Hughes engineered a 14-6 victory over Wichita and a tie for second place in the Missouri Valley Conference in the final game of the season for Tulsa yesterday. A crowd of 13,000 saw Hughes race 39 yards for one touchdown and score again on a 30-yard pass play. The victory gave Tulsa a tie with Oklahoma A&M for second place and dropped Wichita to fourth. Houston won the league title with a 13-0 victory over Tulsa three weeks ago. Auburn Tallies 13-7 Over Florida State AUBURN, Ala. (UP) Auburn scored with its favorite long distance weapon, a 67-yard pass from Howell Tubbs to Jimmy Phillips, and on a 45-yard march to turn back scrappy Florida State yesterday 13 to 7. The visiting Seminles, who want a berth in the Southeastern Conference, made a game of it all the way and generated a 65-yard scoring march in the final period for their touchdown. (.10 4.20 3.18 4.30 3.30 3.90 Time 1:39. Also ran Speculative. Vic tory Ruby, Johnny Silver, Natay, Genteel. FIFTH 52200 Optional claiming. 3-year-olds & up. 6 furlongs. Heller 334 (Neves) 13.10 5.80 4.19 Third Down 337 (Longden) 5.10 4.00 Particolor 131 (Moreno) 5.90 Time 1:11. Also ran Atabee, Heada-vray. Verli McC, Maricon. Frappe, Mr. Bazooka. sixth $2400 Optional claiming. X-year- olds & up. lr miles. Banker Vic 114 (Shoemaker) 9.80 4.30 3.59 Parla 114 (Tanieuchi) 3.S0 3.30 Stafast 133 (Bidwell) 4.90 Time l:44s. Also ran Dark Khal. Mr. Bluebird. Sickles Hour, Annuit Coeptis, Count H. SEVENTH S5000 Handicap. 3-year-olds & up. l-ft miles. Posadas 118 (Shoemaker) 4.90 3.70 2.69 Covert 336 (Harmatz 7.50 340 Lucky G. L. 338 (Longden) 2.50 Time 1:42. Also ran Senor CoaU, Ola Travis. Fleet Charge. EIGHTH 315.000 Handicap. S-year-olda & up. 6 furlongs. Cardiff 337 (Shoemaker) 6.00 2.90 2.69 Johnie Mike 119 (Longden) 3.20 2. SO Battle Dance 116 (Ruggen) 4.1B Time 3:09. Also ran Arrogate, Bassanio, Grey Tower. NINTH $3500 Claiming.. 3-year-olds A up. I1 miles. Killorcure 116 (Lewis) 26.20 11.50 6 40 Bart's Rock 333 (Moreno) 8.90 4.50 Harmony Bell 116 (LonKden) 3.30 Time 2:33. Also ran Seventh Fleet. Native Isle, War Reporter. Tribal Warrior, Count Ivener, Black Rascal, Super Heels. Broad Bend. Quinella Killorcure and Bart's Bock paid 128.40. Boston Collge Crushes Brandeis Eleven, 52-0 :f BOSTON (UP) Sophomor quarterback Don Allard. scampered 102 yards to score a pass interception in the feature of a 52-0 Boston College runaway victory over Brandeis yesterday. Boston moved a staggering 513 yards on the ground and in the air to overwhelm the out-weighed, out-manned Judges before 5,458 shivering fans at Fenway Park. It was the highest point total for the Eagles since their 76-0 win over Holy Cross in 1949. Score by periods: Oklahoma 14 20 13 754 Nebraska 0 6 0 06 Oklahoma scoring: Touchdowns, McDonald 2 (8, run after lateral, 46, pass from Harris) ; Dodd 2 (32, run, 12 pass from Baker) ; Harris 2 (5, run, 31, run); Brown (51, run); Sherrod (2, plunge). Conversions: Harris 2, Dodd 2, O'Neal, Ballard, j Nebraska scoring: Touchdowns: Cook (5, pass from Englert). Oklahoma Nebraska First downs 24 14 Rushing yardage 506 172 Passing yardage 150 80 Passes 6-14 7-24 Passes intercepted by. 2 0 Punts 2-32 9-30 Fumbles lost 3 2 Yards penalized 45 36 Columbia Defeats Rutgers, 18 to 12 NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. CUP) Columbia, led by Claude Ben-ham, helped close out Lou Little's long career as head coach on a happy note yesterday by scoring twice in the final period to beat Rutgers, 18-12. The first quarter saw both teams making moderate gains but unable to penetrate deep. 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