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loica State Halts Scoring Threat, Ties Syracuse, 7-7 Cox-Sparked Gophers Crush Huskies, 46-7 (11 ) r = i UÎ • di .■ <n t* I ta, «ìth C X h a îin^ î :i^"-hí i ,* î>fo7 fc- tb; 'ì î»- h: . Oi od a iif vy of I, tUitl' jt r tt i'k rî- t Vt ]r . .1 : ' I il ïi m*;K ! . i.tin ti'# .sHvi*v fi*î H ■ kv .Ib -- “f7 1 i. thr ■ Ji-’h . -m» ♦ • ■ut tl e at It r .r i W d» V il ; • in ingî. n i th (h ftîv - n bitk‘= h-* Sparlans Shellaek Weak Indiana .Iiii .t I i \(*H Iloonier S¡dt‘->;uhllG-l \ttack Riîiis lîark%wird> lu Inaugural ^ If 1 K«. ^ «r- f .IV - =:.« \ V I»" r.is Il >rt ,ilr4 B» r....u I «mhlr. I it V.i; :r,f liiisl Stanza Rally Stons Pciiotratioii Nichols' Play Sparks Knot Of lùisicrn ( ¡lampión Squad rYIvACU^.E, N.Y. (AD—Iowa State scored a mild upset Saturday aa the Cyclones rallied from behind, held off hi ♦ fieriod se^'ting threat and held highly regardtd Syraeus. to a 7-7 tic. The pa.„ ing and running of ¿ophornore I m ight Nichols. Sa.^yL-ar-old lervirc vp er»n fr<»m Knoxville, Iowa, pi ov tied the ;p?irk the Iowan; needed n kng die defending champion* eastern football, A.trovai p Umated at 21,00«» c » • B in?» ftrund h“ fback lead hix 41 uphill battle w h Bt*av(‘rs Humble I 1 I T ^ T4Ü .^Ì^ *ie{wW",h#¡» 1 w* f r» « »»T.'ien lat* tn f i }.• à î<*»yaM dfî%e. Sttplèi* Ore,«« Roútp *2, gl 2*) iM luit f ,so¡i5i«^«* • m cVtUlt nf CasipVS, Chii^ ¿«di* Al IA\ IM. nd it- tor. d p MI fi n *- v-nir il .1 TlO Vl< r , 0 T 'irt in • *f. ♦ \ é • f » vMi p'ie y- d l.nr t'-“i iph ihe p;itu‘ì Miui ; a '•! traicncloVn NT nnr-=ota -'..’di ‘ M • ^'he li kic.s t l co • . le.iì. *: ci f. \ ai’ ' hi tlfcrn::.t“. Di.‘k Uar-r.n. la Î .1 ’ W -li * 1 4~- i for IhJ V •* od •' » ■ Ut : »(•>VV!'.' Í- 10*. Ho Î',. > • • • A \KMV iTRst >f3^s bi'lhagì; le« Ce^e*|?il 4 ^ ^hif !ueAh»‘i ». e ä*v! Ä*® ’é é*'* rei Tf,a â #*“46 •• Ite f^4 éatWiJéy. o - • • • fii«b «Uto fr'H’t’i» !*• ir fnîfiuift %%1 ", - ,it| €orn Îuiskei’s .Ïlmiïiwcd i» CridEi.-’I'Mrli Scities Reacival WitU ArmS'... Îlattfffii's. HatvJc(‘V4\s .Sliuiiililci* US. 70-U. • * *• ffiifvr I «r#ir#Ti Sutr* • • Mall'tic«» ’• t . *4 * 4 *. 4 I « o 4 I • ••• Í.* . 'îti-;*' raiiitch. fUi' T< ; k pa.-sot for fwi* ln*,V% fll'; Ifsf ^ !ew> I »11» »t *:riaie *i rv1 .'.'♦'ed »wasned Vt^h S’ate Tf»-H Aafur riay in the mo.'-* congested sfonni» qo rier t<Mtchf?i.m-ns, rrgy for an Iow a {,i.:=iba|I team Coach Duffy Daugherty *i itnce 1914 It was th h' ,h :C nnint-making >r Iowa n< e tbf U- k rouU'd i’. s li- .n .t; >me ■» • .«•<» «Ml* ^ ^ • I éê ♦ r^UT r av ir § rk’» * Ä • — ’ * • ’ w .1* ir ti«í.t m - ~ m • * rW f> • • * ;. • , ,,/7¿. . 4 «r-ed 4ir. la J»cae»u%i w t;« .’I f Vn« «♦ • «- • îü» n> iC a* ;• .* ... ^Vc‘ fir»t ♦e.o* .; •! ♦« ,* ••• • ttr.nje. . Wi* • as * Çamt • < . 4 ; >• » » . **. 4 f* * %?! 4 4 ft r Jîfard. AVi '•..•f ou r'» 4 .*-.u,? *«a\« % ****♦•* ‘Cl ,e *.M*t 4 is I'aTlfco».- »* il*"* fig*r*‘d f'r t>e **%, 1 . V'^i' *«//. « 4 « gfct Kiaj% #« •llteÇf '1 fV C%llOt#0 t fit ^ v«:»r TTtVn k«« H R/llff ‘ n*!!atit ^4 a:* 5 ^é»i:ií T« h*ve p vtfjl ♦^»î Ítt>r4 t*l ??4»fe jf « ^ni lined f»!# ^»«3* ______ ^ ^ * tV v»x-,e*1 -44i.f4 -I 1 *iv aâî .tJad*» fi»* Tenef H ;C’i 36*7 tid ffiir • oik I hr Buckeves OsaafU. !'»7 rNv.rti! ,>ephoi«! T* * •ifck go; the ün!¿’ p^'uch o * fr, f ,-0 d(^endii Bow’ cham low a fit T’ :v " ago Off to a siow’ fir ' q’l irtei .t Big Ten ari P pior • i.vis I * f, on ‘ the ■ iV * men from the R--.kv < ()«ntrv. Iowa ■’■ ;«» F ‘ e second »nd t’* -d per 'hÌ.s "d ished with _ 2 o-notn» Pot'r b low3 g-'» ^ solid pel f ’ f urn i‘S r* iiang veter^ 3’ o t me vD With ? »tent tkird tea n in before the close tne half but to.* frt h tro'-'p« ju. ki >t the ioore mounti’''» t>' ' 0 fl « 't^' 14 14 7 !<» Bv 18-11 âr f- Sliofner\s 9(t-Yanl Upturn Ppf)s I pset Slatislirs «• < ti d -’oui Mounta, - -n. e new m ■ Hr ' f , in G' Ml St's b3 fb>,. k ^roTT -f Tbr ^ » -.. -i< .- ; p . -. ; ; n d ’ e . t :, p ■ 4 —? fr,^ * 1 *= 01 .d a«! «. ■ fif a 1 . In ' d . r H r yard af’^r c ’ ' " and 'n tne fourth q -i.’cr rambled 80 vards -‘-n a pav " tha* w a nia.v!^rpiece ot b: ■-’■.rn maneoveuiig. Mitiii^iiii Rally Tips ISC. 16-6 s > -, ■ ■ I 1 <i). J JJ> 0 t ft ft 2 1 COLUMBUS. Ohf.ft 14» -Sparked by halfback Jimmy •bofner's f» 0 -yard punt return for I tourndown. Texa.s Christian's ser- I te wen* p.s I irv( iiimn, liti.h tiK 4 .»"•nK \ a-a,, I'd r- t‘d--., Intrri rwltfl M.» »■««Is » umlily- I ,,s| » drds I'rndli#,,« t il \||. h I I« t .'î I.: I Ml f II.'» 4. .. 1-.. - ! ' iU »nr*ti and tenar;-! Horned F »n ’ he: :nd fwire S • “d.i' , I» '(pf ‘ hi,‘h 'y fav: M o: =>* -7' i *' 18 4 ! : .re i Ci wd W : ' ]. gr ^ f-; 1 ng pv.-r t I ! Fd ' f t r e d 1 :au ft T 1 (dk Kirti» ’sionn«— (:>, . ), i lo»« Srartlii 1 ‘ ; n ri. : ( 111 hr in »M , itir Wi iscuiisin W ins. ()()-() 2nd If or.sf I mss F or Mar<inette Statistics LOS ANGELES ^ tieid '^bchigan ran mio Southern California Satur-d. y b - gri-ned momentum in the st ond t . half and won its debut 16-«. Michi,.an's quarterback Jim Van Pell and halfback.^ Jim Pace, Mike Shatii ,ky and Bradley Myers pui ked too much talent for the '; •niwr-!c*‘i T p jans The Wolveru. from the Bia T-n ot off to a 9-0 ir; d in the C'>na quarter »n a J yard touch- clt»wn march "^d a «»fotv. Blit Southern C l, wiii, a a; n.sa t: -:ial run md lat-riil by fourth dr,;,; halfback Rex n t.hc Fo't Worm t .,m in I and Shofner had h: great- day. He was the big differ- in the tit-for-tai conteTit in tiie two teams alternated in I. c toi .hdowns. aoduion to his great punt re- on tne first play of the sec• i period, which gave the Frogs a 1- 7 edge, Shofner recovered a fumbJe. pinned the Bucks in their; ^ yards in 8 plays own territory with two great punts ■ Keeper Play ♦ uen lie »lA'^und ♦or bt vofds t’» pay «I*r; m the ser«| •>nd »i’aarter. But an raltod; . ?he°play back and Nebraska dj»!nl ■ : have another j^Kid chance as thej nv-n ot Col. Red B!aik ripped fK* four fui.-'bdow.. in the frr*! h*‘U and coHAted to two more in ;e< ;. d hr’f . First Downs Scarce Nei.i, -Ka -.•oc’ldn’t chaik up a ft: » down until 2 4.j had been played in »be second quarter. The H’tskcrs didn’t complete a pass until midway in the fourth quarter. Aru.y, on the other hand, did buurd linle wrong in gaining victory in it>. opening assignment. Six different cadei handled ;he scoring for Army. It went like this. 1 Qi a. a k D. ve BourhrKi reiurned the i|i> nu‘i.g kickoff 44 y-:rd.= and then I d the Cadets 4.» yvn d in ‘ »cn ; - •»' the s-ore Bob Audi ■! ■ -red f''m the .six. 2 Ha "'.a k pcte Uawkir.; went one yard for tin •=core after a march of .Vi yard- in + . "A •. ìttrlìvìduttl Slathtîrs • I »è iTìf Im 4 iifctv 4 i torn c;»rttlage* . lm#e *:»♦•.' *tr«t {>vX #)4 a*ii ♦ T*fv*iablv fs ioF th# season, ♦ Ihe exAfiif of iVjrdcn*« ' was bo# imw^diateiy known. S m «««« • ’ «N4«« ftfH W«* f »»««fiékiMd I »«dt %*• -1 sR'ir RuthinC Tiirif V«rdt ('arrlfd íintnfd Y»rdr %»» % - : 13 il i h 4 » Or««on Ksnsas W 'til W ’ irop Mui- !«r •Oregon stair s. dm .2 run it rui Hramrr 4 r run ( finver- - ■ Kam.a >r.iu T S *un «Iti» ifiiitn« Hiiiiiin« «arda««" .. O 6 « M'«»««» . Va^st, int«rc«pird hy !*««»» r «mMf.* *>,t » ard« pmali^rd Urtckam tornii Kama« «l«i« 11 1 « » ft- « fur. Tout h<=--:‘-iTir H. rimai.k • i¿r . Ir'rancis ' I 4 t* IHft ♦ I', .1. T-.H I 132 Id »4.1 9» n-i*. s 3-ift X • H ! 3.0 rastini .4tt, ... . S .... l («mol. Tard- ■I R. .'land \ id li .^kin» Rude--!! Oouc':- R. U«r C«td»*rU .411 ( ompi __ U» S Vard- Mi«souri 'Triuiii|)hs Second Pfeifer LastMuiuleTouclidoivn Gires lin fis di)‘21 JT in Stalistirs v\ rirfh 4 olnrndi. I K r-t P-rt ; . 11 plays. Ruquni Vartaae 3-Fuliback Vince Barta crashed varda«« over from the one after a march «n'citrpted bv of 64 yards. Army had scored the Fumble* lou first three Utnes it got its hands, ''“’’‘i* ...... ■’flu« IT-.'d ■it I. . S M 3-34 0 S’ ’:i !ChV’-i fl'.i ' ;-i a I t\ ( ulorado unply roi’id not on tain the deaalv pai une of L e Grosscup, Utah'-i great quarterback. With Colorado leading midway in , MANHATTAN. Kan., string fullback Floyd -cored two touchdowns, one on a 24-yard return of an intercepted pass, as Kansas State defeated Brigham Young University 36-7 in an intersectional football game Saturday. Three of the Big Eight Team's pa.sses were intercepted by the alert visitors, and the Wildcaui » ' ' .... ' ' were penalized a total of 98 yards. ' , Bur for these errors K-State’s score j ^ .. •’ wuuld have been much higher. . K State tallied on three short ^ , plunges, a 12 -yard field goal and ' ■■ • ’ Pfeifer interception ^ Halfback Gene Keady scored the Ci)LU,MBIA. ,M ■ r ullback Wildcat. ' firut tuuchdown on a 5- Ha»ik Kuhlmann romped f »r vhree yard burrt with five minutes gone first half touchdowns, .seitinr a live- m the first quarter. K-State took ly scoriny pace as Missouri only six plays to score again, t' Ounced the Arizona Wildcats 35-13 | Pfeifer plunged over from the one. in a home football opener Satur- i Brigham Young, a Skyline Conference member, made it 14-7 at to the 6 and T yard lines, led the Frogs in partmen stal Behind the final period, a 76-yard pass ^^y* on the ball *------------ from Grosscup to Stuart Vaughan A crowd of 24.500 turned out in ; half-time when it recovered a K- 4-Bourland passed 17 yards to i BOULDER, Colo, .INS. - The! put Utah back into the ball game, ^rfect football wea'her for the state fumble on the three. Raynor end Dick Warner. This drive went' universily of Colorado barely up- f““derr'Toachmg orFranrLov' V’'' ^ # K ta IT Kf points. With .SIX minutes left in the coacmng ot irank Broy- on the first play. held the honor of the ig ig qyaj-ier Utah coach Jack Curtice ; Fullback Ray Glaze got K-State's Conference Saturday, edging Utah Grosscup vho held the ball Kuhlmann. a 186-pound junior. ’ third touchdown after six minutes 5-BourIand, a fine operator.; of the Skyline Conference. 30-24. by a 28-yard angled field goal by opened the scoring on a one-yard of the third quarter with a one- 1 -r. _ _ . . „i„.u --- midway in yard plunge. quarter. Charles Rash. j^j,d Don Zadnik kicked a 12- miss a kick all day, ygj-j fjgij goal in the same period. a ,„.y. ...va., ui nic oRjis- w . m %.* v...—---- joj- g ¿o-yaru aiig'fu neio goai oy gs in the ground-gainmg de- went 11 yards around left end on ; scoring a winning touchdown with George'* Boss, giving imem aiid was a defensive a keeper play. He was itopped only 40 seconds left to play. Redskin.s a one-point lead, 24-23, * . . ,, . completely twic^^^ by the Huskers with less than a minute showing that held until Siransky’s winning didn t m eserped to .score on the clock, Colorado’« Bob Stran- xd . Texans scopd the chnchmg touch- fjj-st touchdown in the second ^j^y went over from the one-yard down in the fir.t thr^^e minutes hi»u »_ Ar-u„> in caton re .i rvv Bill Howard Th“Tl, ' 5*1® fumbl-^ on the Butkeye 31 and the Frog; needed only five play; to . line to climax a 66 -yard drive in -aatorado O! the „i.lCl pî:r;--d. End vhico a Qri.-s-ilcKir. T.-mi \ 4 iin.:_.- nit». 1 *» nin.ic Tl-ia »nii/’hrlnu.'n »Fftisprl n Coloratjo scorirti;- Touchflown P 3 V-; run from CiMiko IKiwler Kngel ' li. λ. fiHin Stran*k.v 7 7 0 10-,o 9 7 Í» 14 30 I>ove 33. 1, uneak’-. Sir Mhkv vard. and six pi-oit. At the half Min .:.v:n M ■ xan -I'A-ed ,.p the m led 9 6 me with I'lrM HDwHinK V »Mita» »‘»««INK \ atlldlii l*,»y.« • I*.,.»,-. )n|. it.iitia K» I'unl- liiniltif' V drftK I't iiiiti/k-a H »>.5-yard ;''’irhdow"’hri «tin ..ip third oiiart^-r. Jo»i;. ;tiift h ‘f ^ f »VA 1 . ver‘^1 jt. ',5 k^iT- he ph'u __1 v.t .iuled ”'j -’■'t hi w t t' ,oi r. T'-- , " > M int .1 II D ke>. -, ,0 Ml. h,,,a . ' .{=■!• J ' 11. ' in ll t.he b..J ba k 6. H-.v( »rd h ; k 1 ip hit paydirt. Jack Spike.v, hu.ge full-! b'*"‘k. broke over left guard for the final 16 ond -he winnins inarRer. < ■ , ■ . . , - - M I! 1 ; line to climax a 66 -yard drive in 6 Speedster Tiam Munfet-i out- 13 plays. The touc.hdown erased a 1 deficit of 24-23. «T 4 I i»f 11 J rj- r:^ij «« H. run>. SniHs: Suba* Utah ftarkled in The Buffs Willked off the fielu I^y Sady». C't)nversionb. Indorf Z* halftime hanging on to a slim 16-14 -’hTk. Brown. COLUMBIA. S.C. f converted. A't i.ii'a ft ft 7 f* M •XlisHtHiri .. 7 14 11 0 :i,') \ri/i>n i ■„■iriiiB iDUi. hdt'Aiib 7 ,tt, • i.C run. («nnr-ili» Ij, rum conversion; llur..,)ki'r nrt"'i.sm V (tun« 0 7 0 ft 7 K.inv.t -uu . 1 1 ft ft i:i ;w lirlKtt.ini V o u n g vciirinu I'cnuhtlo»«: I’.ari • (4. nin) I'nnvcrsion: Balcbout Hrtiiviis Slat* veorlii«—Touchdnwn* Kc»(Iv I. >ard rum; Pfeifer 2 (1, plunge. 21 W olford la>s«*s .Misstmri s.onng - louehdown-. Kuht- pas- interreption relurn); (11 a z e (1. m.oin I '-I, run; 4. run :lft. .■■m, turi plunge): Lee (2, plunge. Field goal: Zad- rtalit (sl. run) (-'diiwk (n'eovered lumhle i nik <12 yards. Conversioni; Zadnik (2i in end zone* Conversion; R.ta.sh 5. ; (’.rosse. , ' I..-J „ivtiio. nf t’tati scoring Totiihdown.s Hil’j.m ’7 South ' iPSd, the two poins by virtue ot from tlrosscup); .Jensen < 1 . plun.iei; Carohna-i: football learn pushed a coffm corner kick by Boyd Dow^ ÆV™”’’’r. ovp»" three touchdown.; m the fi- ler and end Gary Nady’s tackle of 3 . nal period Saturday ni;:ht in beat- ^ inn littV Wofford ‘26-0 before a »'hilled, rain and wind ; wept ^rowd of ■ MADISON, W. ("P' Qi.-i.i.-r- Late m tl.- .t-.ond, on hi Ti'-back Sid W liian- pi-sed f"r two jan 33, Van Pell was h.ird hit. the long touchdown and ran for two boil plopped into th* air and 207- more to Iftftd Wi; t/n .in to a 60 6 p.nmd tackle Rod Humenuik of victory over Marquette So -irday. USC grabbed it and started off. tne second larve.vi maigm in th' pa^-e nailed him about the vlit hi .t game s. »’les octween the two gan 25. The referee ruled tb- schools. whi" If- fumble had sounded befor. tba 1 « i .ÿtrü i. fr Ji r » <1, plun*.- 1, plur.ïf :; Zi>UV 4ith bi.- . ,i PUH!.’. K i-. ■ K ( fr'Wt) 1 >•> 'i; M ■■ '11 piun,. . . •MriJ ium''.r m iir m • miÌ ïu:. i..’ plu • Tïül (Ift. pa , un fr un W il- 1 iir.' I -vig pUp' , fiinv.r- >i 7. m in; J, tiivfx» 2, IJi’lnv içth vt lüigms (run). \t i , 11 '-. 1 10, run p r*. «' im nn fr-mi J'-h . . . . i! u: H ft ü H t. u t .: l*^ y 4. p.» ;.......... :.ii: N ji .(■■ l'.r.iv - ..if bv I iillah ui ' hii. >»n; |i. wBrd (41 -i-im. EMERGENCY SERVICE Auto-Truck Repair Wrecker Service 7 Day Week 1821 -N” 24 hour* 2-5593 KAAR SERVICE Installed FREE on ail make cars MtFiLEKS Immediate Installation SINGER BOYS >000 •*N’ 23rd à .Adams SAVi! that trophy Don’t L«t an AMATEUR Botch it up. G«t A fob You'll Be Proud of Directions: 1. Stick Him Low 2. Cut Skin Around Neck 16 to 18 Inches from Head 3. Split Skin up Back of Neck, NOT FRONT. 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