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The Atlanta Journal from Atlanta, Georgia • 54

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IRISH SUBDUE OKLAHOMA 13 7 Gamecocks 21 8 A YARDSTICK Downs A A T'J end of a 58 a a Alert Army Hands Syracuse Second Straight Loss 9 2 YARDSTICK Mountaineers Lumber To 14 0 Win Over VPI Missouri Minnesota Tie In Defensive Struggle Down A A the on 3 Our Own Label GARBARDINE SUITS OHIO STATE POWER in a year round weight CRUSHES TAR HEELS it YARDSTICK Attendance B40OT A A The "CLYDE1 felted in Great Britain dangerous Jay Billy utrell its stable of by Mis the three thwarted spent the rest of the after fighting off aroused Virginia for a 14 0 Southern Confer football victory here Satur AMERICA'S LARGEST SELLER NOTRE DAME drove for touch downs after receiving the opening and second half kickoffs Halfback Ed Rutkowski capped the 69 yard opening drive with a burst into the end zone from the seven Rutkowski also kicked the extra point The Irish gave Oklahoma a les son in ball control after receiving the second half kickoff using 11 minutes and 35 seconds to go 89 yards ullback Bill Ahern scored the clincher from the nine yard line but Rutkowski's kick was wide to give Oklahoma hope Invincible Deluxe 2154 Imperial 64 Cigarillo 5204 field goal and Cammy Lewis hit Bob Bedell with a 32 yard touch down pass to make those fumbles pay off The Cadets then com pletely contained Syracuse except for one aborted drive as the half ended and a safety relinquished when Cadet Ken Waldrop caught a punt on the one yard line and 140 143 15 24 2 6 41 1 43 A 0 4 2 2 was dropped in the end zone by Gene Stancin Syracuse drove 53 yards to the Army 17 in making its only major bid but center Lee Grasfeder in tercepted on the seven yard line in a game slowed by numerous penalties One of the liveliest mo ments came when a Syracuse back was driven out of bounds in front of his own bench and a Ca det tackler piled on They both were inundated by the whole Syracuse bench Lenox Square Open Nights 'til 9:30 Monday Thursday and riday was Notre Oklahoma in THE RESPONSE WAS beauti ful It was not the infantry how ever but rather the air force which cranked the Duke scoring machine Beginning at his 36 Walt Rappold who shares play calling responsibility with Gil Garner Augusta Ga kept for three yards then sent fullback Mark Leggett scrambling seven vain yards This was erased with a five yard penalty and despairing of the delay sent utrell cruising far downfield Rappold fired a beauty which utrell and Sammy Anderson went up for fighting It appeared Anderson had it but utrell liter ally took the ball away from him and Duke was in business at the SC 27 after a 28 yard move Picketing lonely ends Pete Widener and Stan Crisson left and right Rappold fooled the defenses with a keep left for eight then legged for five before utrell slammed off guard and scored standing Bill Reynolds booted true Duke 7 SC 9 4:50 deep into the third With quarterback Dan Reeves the dandy Andersonville Ga boy leading SC on a retaliating march Duke got another break when Anderson couldn't catch a swing pass and Berry fell on it at the Duke 23 just before the third quarter died si NEW YORK Sept 29 (UPI) football forces capitalized with toe and arm on two second period fumbles and then threw up a rock ribbed de lense to topple Syracuse 9 2 before a crowd of 29 500 at the Polo Grounds Saturday Dick Heydt kicked a 20 yard MUNSEY WAS stopped at the line but Jay Sharp broke through for 4 and Blaska made 4 more around end Then on the fourth DIKE 20 258 101 9 15 0 4 35 1 75 OKLAHOMA M6 2A 4 10 2 2 375 2 30 54 Ctjr Atlanta Journal and CONSTITUTION SUNDAY SEPT 30 1962 AN souri's Vince Turner on with six seconds left final drive as Duane Blaska fired a long pass intended for Munsey near the goal line first golden oppor tunity came in the opening period when Paul Benson recovered fumble on the Missouri 21 Munsey and Jerry Jones punched the line to the Missouri 3 where on fourth down Munsey tripped and could gain only one Missouri took over on its 2 A second Minnesota drive that failed started in the second peri od from the Minnesota 11 at which point Daryl Krugman had punt ed out of bounds A 13 yard run by Jones and a 30 yard pass from Blaska to Jim Cairns were the longest offensive thrusts in a steady march down the field that finally reached the Missouri 10 and a first down AND THE MEN from the Pal metto might have earned it all off had it not been for a tre mendous Duke defense which drove them back three times in the first half But each time gal lant guard Jean perhaps the best north of Georgia and his merry gang of tacklers drove then back Duke with the Wilkerson and among others in heavy and fast horses gained a respectable 82 first half yards rushing Yet this drew the ire of Murray in the dressing room at halftime want you boys to run the football all got to or get beat Now get out there and dp Halfback Paul Lea scored Okla homa's lone touchdown on a one yard plunge seconds before the first quarter ended touch down came at the yard drive in All Amenca Gambrell of Athens Ga and Sammy Anderson of North Au gusta SC was the darkest of dark horses this fall in the ACC until this sun soaked Satur day A A A RICHMOND Va Sept 29 LP West Virginia's big slow moving Mountaineers powered their way to a pair of first half touchdowns then noon Tech ence day The ease with which the Moun fumbled a 50 yard Jack McCathem punt on his 14 and Reeves two plays later fired a pass to Gam brell who missed at the two But interference was called and Reeves scored on a swing inside tackle Reeves pitched to end Ken Lester for two points SS 0 0 0 Duke 0 0 7 uttrel! 14 run (Reynolds kick) Leggett 6 run (Reynolds kick) Curtis 4 run (Reynolds kick) Reeves 1 run (Reeves pass to Lester) 24500 it it it or QUALITY irst Rusbine Yardage Passing Yardage Passes Passes Intercepted Punts umbles Lost Yards Penalized it down Blaska was stopped a yard away from the goal by Jim Johnson Missouri also had threatened in the final minutes when a rough ness penalty against Minnesota on a punt gave Missouri the ball on the Minnesota 29 it Heydt Kick Lewis Pass Top Orangemen team's only score in the second period after Ohio had taken a 14 0 lead on touchdowns by Mum mey and fullback Dave rancis Other Ohio scores as the Bucks turned it into a romp with a 27 point last half were by fullback Dave Katterhenrich a pair by Warfield one on pass from Mum mey and one on a four yard run by Bob Scott sophomore fourth string fullback Carolina 7 0 Ohio State 7 7 14 134) rancis 1 plunge (Van Raap horst Kick) Mummey 9 run (Van Raaphorst kick) Edge 1 kick) OHIO Katterhenrich 1 plunge (Van Raaphorst kick): OHIO warfieW 42 pass from Mummey (Van Raanhurst kick): Warfield 4 tun: (Van Raaphorst kick) OHIO Scott 7 run (kick failed) irst Downs Rushing Yardace Passing Yardage Passes Paws Intercepted Punts umbles Lost Yards Penalized it irst Rushing Yardage Passing Yardage Passes Passes Intercepted Punts umbles Ln st Yards Penalized AAA THE VICTORY Dame's fifth over six meetings It was Notre Dame's first game of the season while Oklahoma opened last week with a victory over Syracuse Both teams moved the ball well on the ground but Notre Dame's superiority in the air couplcdwith Lamonica's rollout threat kept the Oklahoma defense spread wide And the Irish line was especially tough in third down situations stopping Oklahoma repeatedly on crucial plays Lamonica completed five of five passes for 26 yards and added 37 yards running However he lost 12 yards when caught behind the line attempting to pass rank Budka Notre Dame's alternate quarterback completed one of three passes for 16 yards Notre Dame 7 7 Oklahoma 7 0 0 Rutkowski 7 (Rutkowski kick) Lea 1 run (Jarman kick) Ahern 9 run (kick failed) Attendance 60500 Associated Press Wirephoto NANCE HAULED DOWN AT 80 ON KICKObT RETURN That's McMillan (80) Hanging On Center Lee Grasfeder (5G) Diving In taineers scored before intermis sion belied their lack of speed and that became apparent in the second half as the lighter Gob blers fought them to a standstill before 19000 fans in the 14th annual Tobacco estival game West Virginia 7 7 0 Virginia Tech 0 0 0 0 WVU Yost 56 run (Bennett Clegg 23 pass from Yost (Bennett kick) 19000 Associated Press Wirephoto DARYL KRUGMAN BLOCKS PASS Carl Crawford Helps Cover Myron Rognlic TIGERS STOP GOPHERS AT GOAL This front center crease felted in England for elegance and comfort Colors: London gray bark blackamber Sices: $1500 MISSOURI 7 94 71 3 8 3 8 335 1 26 MAKE RESERVATIONS EARLY and ENJOY THE WORLD SERIES IN COLOR Large TV Excellent food and beverages served in our HOLIDAY HOUSE RESTAURANT or in your room EXPENSIVE? 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DAY RATE $600 PER ROOM DOWNTOWN MOTEL 330 Peachtree St NW JA 2771 YARDSTICK NOTRE DAME 1 202 78 6 8 1 2 265 1 40 Blue Devils Trim ACTION GOES BOTH WAYS IN RUGGED MATCH BETWEEN Leu is St iclnveh Recover Orange umble (left) Giardi Splits Army Line Oil XJ Notre Dame Scores on Kickoffs Stops Last Minute Sooner Threats NORMAN Okla Sept 29 (P) Notre Dame beat off a pair of late Oklahoma challenges here Saturday and defeated the Sooners 13 7 in a nationally televised football game The Sooners drove to a first down on the Notre Dame three yard line late in the first quarter but the ighting Irish yielded only two yards before quarter back Monte Deere's fourth down pitchout was wild Notre Dame recovered on the 12 But the Irish gave the Sooners another chance a minute later when quarterback Daryle Lamon ica fumbled and end John lynn recovered on the Notre Dame 30 Lamonica redeemed himself quickly picking off Norman first down pass at the 15 Idaho Wins Thriller MOSCOW Idaho Sept 29 i UPI Sophomore halfback Rich Naccarato ran from the three for a touchdown with 33 seconds re maining Saturday to give the University of Idaho a 9 6 football win over Idaho State College Naccarato also picked up two first downs as Idaho moved 56 yards in 15 plays in its last minute drive to victory Idaho 0 0 3 Idaho State 6 0 0 0 6 Jencks 3 run (pass failed) Siath 28 Naccarato 3 run (kick failed) 8500 DUKE SWUNG SMARTLY 77 yards in 18 plays to win it with utrell a 200 pound junior smash er from Lynchburg Va and Jim Curtis Rockville 209 pound sophomore fullback doing the big ground damage Leggett got the score from six yards away Duke was back knocking momentarily with Cur tis carrying eight times for 32 yards in a JO play 61 yard pay dirt punch Curtis carried half the left side if the Carolina line from four yards out for the score Reynolds was true for the third time and it was 21 0 Carolina countered with a minute left Duke's Bill Baird zl fine quality gabardine suit that was made expressly for us by one of America's finest manufacturers and to our rigid specifications A 55 Dacron polyester) 45 worsted to give lon wear and real comfort Your choice of Navy Black and BlackBrow'n Downtown or Lenox Square $75 the 26 and tried a field coal A 5 yard penalty for delay of the game forced Tobin to kick from the 38 His attempt fell about seven yards short Associated Press Wirephotos ARMY SYRACUSE END BILL Chcscavage set up the first Army score when he threw Bob Lelli for an 11 yard loss on the Syracuse 46 and then recovered Lelli's fumble on the 48 Army banged to the three yard line and then Heydt booted his ice breaking field goal from the 10 On the succeeding kickoff Bill Hunter fumbled the second play and John Johnson recov ered for Army on the Syracuse 32 On the first play Lewis led Bedell perfectly and the big end took the ball in full stride goal line Army 0 9 Cvrar)lito fl ft 20 Heydt Bedell 32 pass from Lewis (kick failed): Safety Waldrop tackled in end zone 29300 King Edward Parks Chambers ESTABLISHED B93 '43 Peachtree at Jive Points Ik By RILL ROBINSON Atlanta JournaLConititution Staff Writer DURHAM NC Sept 29 A determined and sometimes dashing Duke team dangerous and smarting from an opening loss to Southern Cal Saturday sohed 'South bitter defenses to roll to a resounding 21 8 triumph before 23000 fans in Duke Stadium i lie conquest was a vital one for Coach Bill Murray's Blue Devils who are seeking an un I11 ct (X'cnet' Lhird suaigni Atlantic coast contercnce title and their 16lh football title in a long and honorable his ton' Coach Marvin game Gamecocks full of fight and own ing long distance scoring threats candidate Billy COtUMBUS Ohio Sept 29 (TH Ohio high ly ranked Buckeyes interspersed a sprinkling of passes with a devastating ground attack Saturday to over whelm undermanned North Carolina 11 7 A crowd of 84009 largest Buckeye history and the 24th straight over 80000 throngwatched the Buckeye juggernaut pile up 31 4 yards on the ground and 110 in the air in its six touchdown splurge The Ohio defense expected to be leaky due to seven sophomores in the starting corps allowed the Tar Heels to reach Ohio territory only twice in 12 tries each com ing on a recovered fumble in the second period Ohio intercepted four passes Three of the Buckeye passes were captured by the visitors The Bucks fumbled away the ball twice and the Tar Heels once NORTH CAROLINA held to 58 yards rushing used the flare pass as its most potent weapon but Ohio stuck mostly to its full back plunges and quarterback rollouts Quarterback John Mummey was the big ball carrier with 110 yards in 15 tries one for an eight yard touchdown He also made his only pass good for a 42 yard touchdown to Paul Warfield Junior Edge Tar Heel quarter back plunged a yard for his Parks Chambers ESTABLISHED IBM 43 Peachtree at i ve Palate YARDSTICK MINN )3 139 106 8 17 1 7 34 1 35 MINNEAPOLIS Sept 29 (W Minnesota and Mis souri battled to a scoreless tie Saturday before 60133 in a football game highlighted by goal line stands on its two and again on its one The tight defenses bottled up both Johnny Roland and Bill Munsey The Minnesota Gophers had the edge statistically but Missouri got off the longest play of the game a pass from Jim Johnson to Bill Tobin in the third period good for 55 yards Munsey hauled Tobin down from behind on the Minnesota 30 Missouri's Tigers then pushed to iiw k'AW 4 ifes i 9 sA nr si raNinw fe ya 4 vm7awv WAt' WMMI ''KO MUk'Xtt Iv'XvW eW 4 fc' a '5 a wtr jrt uiniwt jet Wk I infl 7 JMl 1 Jfr PT I 41 XT" Jr 1 1 wiB 11 imr a tz A a a (JBaSmRVwVHt 3 1 Rubmbon 5 MP 13 I Kssa 'x 1 4 4 4 a 1 YX? 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