THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY,
MSU, OSU, Iowa, NU, Purdue Triumph;
Indiana, Minnesota, Illinois Lose Openers
By The Associated Press
EAST LANSING - Michigan
State combined crunching ground
power and the liberal use of some
sparkling sophomores to overrun
California, 32-12, yesterday.
Coach Duffy Daugherty used
his first two elevens as a one-two
punch as the Spartans stuck to a
methodical grind-it-out ground at-
COLUMBUS-Ohio State's top.
ranked Buckeyes survived one of
the greatest aerial barrages ever
seen here to defeat Southern
Methodist, 23-20, yesterday.
Even in defeat, the star of the
game was Don Meredith, the Mus-
tang quarterback who completed
19 of 28 passes for 213 yards.
IOWA CITY - Iowa tossed a
versatile offensive barrage, trig-
gered by the razor-sharp passing
of Randy Duncan, at Texas Chris-
tian University for a 17-0 victory.
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SOUTH BEND-Notre Dame's
vaunted football machine collided
with a granite underdog, Indiana's
inspired Hoosier's, and needed to
pull out all stops for a 18-0 win.,
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SEATTLE - A gang of point-
thirsty Washington sophomores
rolled up a 24-14 half time lead
and, helped by a last minute fum-
ble recovery, pasted a 24-21 upset
football victory over the favored
Minnesota Gophers yesterday.r
a Big Ten doormat which failed
to win a game last year, opened its
season- yesterday with a 29-28
victory over Washington State, one
of the leading contenders for the
Pacific Coast Conference title.
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CHAMPAIGN-A 98-yard scor-
ing runback of a pass interception
by Phil Parslow touched off an
18-14 victory for UCLA over I111-
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LAFAYETTE, Ind. - Purdue's
veteran Boilermakers unleashed a
little sophomore rocket named Jim
Tiller yesterday and overwhelmed
the Nebraska Cornhuskers, 28-0.
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COLLEGE FOOTBALL ROUNDUP:
Oklahoma, Navy, Army Earn Decisive Victories
the top of the national rankings
for a decade.
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ANNAPOLIS --- Sophomore Joe
Matalavage, a third string full-
back, came off the bench to fire
Navy to a 14-0 victory over William
and Mary in a football opener
played in a driving rain. .
The speedy 195-pounder entered
the game late in the second quar-
ter to set up Navy's first touch-
.down. He sparked a 61-yard drive
in the last period which he cli-
maxed with a diving catch of a
goal line pass from' quarterback
Joe Tranchini for the second
G WEST POINT -- Pete Dawkins
scored four touchdowns and Bob
Anderson passed for two yesterday
as Army uncovered an eye-popping
offense to clobber South Carolina,
45-8, before about 20,000 rain-
Pitt Triumphs /
PITTSBURGH - Pitt quarter-
backs Ivan Toncic and Ed Sha-
rockman, a pair of, winged-T ma-
gicians, reached deep into their
bag of tricks and with the help of
two alert fumble recoveries pulled
a 17-0 win over Holy Cross.
Penn State Eases
PHILADELPHIA - Penn State
walloped Penn with such ridiculous
ease it was difficult to decide
whether the Nittany Lions were
living up to their lofty pre-season
ratings or this was the worst Penn
football team in Coach Steve
Sebo's sad five-year regime.
The final score was 43-0.
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STANFORD, Cal. -- A' rugged
band of Rice Owls exploded for
three second-half touchdowns yes-
terday and spoiled Stanford coach
'Jack Curtice's home debut, 30-7.
Rice backs Jon, Schandle, Ray
Chilton, and Bill Bucek starred for
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Virginia Upsets Duke
ginia's winged-T attack became
airborne on its first play and
stayed that way as the Cavaliers
scored a 15-12 upset triumph over
The Cavaliers discarded their
ground attack in favor of Reece
Whiteley's expert passing until
they held a 15-6 advantage.
Yale Edges Foe
NEW HAVEN, Conn.-A 79-yd.
touchdown run by Herb Hallas
paced Yale to an opening 8-6 Vic-
tory over a stubborn University of
pi State came from behind to a
14-7 victory over Florida yesterday
in a battle of two vicious lines.
In the rough and tumble con-
test, Mississippi State picked up
the winning touchdown inspite of
a penalty for unsportsmanlike con-
CLEMSON, S.C.-Clemson sur-
mounted a major obstacle in its
drive for national and Atlantic
Coast Conference football honors
with a stirring 26-21 victory over
The lead in the hard-fought
contest changed five times with a
80-yard drive in the final quarter.
quarterback Lloyd Nix injected
some second half zing into a slug-
gish Auburn offense and the Tigers
whipped Tennessee, 13-0, in a na-
tionally. televised game.
Buffalo recovered a blocked punt
for a touchdown, then made, a
great goal line' stand for a 6-3
upset victory over Harvard.
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