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Wisconsin, OSU, Iowa, MSU Win; WtI~11I

I jhf

Army Subdues Notre

Dame, 14-2

Wildcats Stun Gophers
With Last-Period Score

~Texas Downs Oklahoma
iIn Last T hree Minutes

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By The Associated Press
MADISON - Wisconsin rubbed
out -Purdue's perfect record and
extended Its own yesterday with
a 31-6 Big Ten football triumph
made easy by a hard-nosed defense
led by Jim~2Eraser, Jerry Stalcup
and Dick Teteak.
SThe Badgers, in winning their
tlaird str'aight game, manufactured
two of their .four touchdowns and
a flpid goal on-a blocked punt and
two pass interceptions. It was the
Boilermakers' first loss in three
starts and the first time they had
been scor'ed upon this season.
The Badgers' first three touch-
downs came on one-yard plunges,
two by versatile Dale .Hackbart
-and the third by Jon Hobbs. Hack-
bart's second score, coming on
the payoff end of a' 66-yard drive
midway through the second quar-
ter, turned out to be the clincher.
CHAMPAIGN-Undefeated Ohio
State, scoring twice in the third
quarter, put down a last minute
Illnols rally yesterday and slipped
through to a 19-13 Big Ten victory.
With Illinois tr'ailing, 19-6, in
the last quarter, Bob Hickey came
off the bench, tossed one touch-
down pass and put another drive
in the last minute which nearly
pulled the Illini ahead.
With a minute to play, Hickey
threw a long pass to halfback Dick
McDade, who momentarily held
the ball and then dropped It on the
three-yard line.
Another Hickey pass was Inter-
cepted by Ohio State's Russ Bow-
ermaster and that was the end of
a hair-raising Big Ten opener for
a national television audience.
Northwestern Wins
MINNEAJ'OLIS -Brash, young
Nortwestrn, herded by sopho-
more quarterback Dick Thornton,
stormed 59 yards in the final min-
utes yesterday to whip Minnesota,
7-3, for Its third straight victory.
Thornton charged over from the
two-yard line with 58 seconds left
as a Minnesota crowd of 56,061
kroaned.
It was an ironic climax to a
game which Minnesota, favored by
one point and winless this season,
dominated almost from the start.
Ev Gerth's wobbling 23-yard
field. goal that limped over the
cross-bar In the second period
seemed good enough until North-
western's attack jelled dramati-
cally in the fourth period.-
* * *S.
Iowa Stops Indiana
IOWA CITY - Chastened Iowa ,
te Ar FonreAcademy, roaied
back to football respectability yes-
terday with a 34-13 victory over
Idana in othe opening Big Ten
Coach Forest Evashevskl, Irked
by Iowa's slopp showin in a
13-13 deadlock wth the Air Force
last week, had five new men in his
starting lineup and two-platooned
the Hoosiers into the depths of a
28-0 halftime score.
Iowa's first and second teams
eachi scored two touchdowns in
the half, and the second unit
BIG TEN STANDINGS

ended the Hawkeye point-making
in the third pe'riod.
, , , , ,
MSUJ Downs Pitt
EAST LANSING - Michigan
State scored on two short drives
and one long one for a 22-8 victory
yesterday over a hard-luck Pitts-
burgh team that twice lost the ball
within 10 yards of the Spartan
goal line.
Michigan State needed to punch
only 23 yards for one score and
travel 34 yards for another. The
final march in the closing minutes
was a 50-yard drive.
The jinxed Panthers twice blew
scoring chances and a third time
saw what looked like a touchdown
run called back by officials.

By The Associated Press
SOUTH BEND--Army's penalty-
plagued Cadets, led by amazingly
swift Pete' Dawkins, punched out
a 14-2 football victory over fayored
Notre Dame yesterday.
Dawkins, befitting a great per-
(ormance all this clbudy-wlndy
afternoon, scored the clinching
touchdown on a six-yard run with
seven seconds remaining.
Neither Notre Dame nor a rash
of penalties could stop unbeaten
Army from scoring its third
straight victory and handing the
Irish their first loss after two
triumphs.
Coach Red Blaik's team was
rated No. 3 and Notre Dame No.
4 in the current Associated Press
national rankings.

"RED" BLAIK
. ..wins big one

PRO FOOTBALL SCENE
Division Leaders To Have Easy Games
By ALI. SINAI ~

Pro football moves into its third
week of action, with the Cleveland
Browns at their usual position of
number one in the Eastern Divi-
sion, and the surprising Baltimore
Colts leading the Western Divi-
sion. - '
Both teams are faced with rela-
tively easy games, as the Browns
meet the Chicago Cardinals at
Cleveland, and the Colts play the
winless Green Bay Packers at Mil-
waukee.
The Browns have Improved in
each game thus far as they
trounced the Pittsburgh Steelers
last week, 45-12. Coach Paul
Brown seems to have finished the
rebuilding job he was faced with
when Otto Graham retired. The
Browns hold a lifetime 14-2 mar-
gin over the Cardinals.
Unitas' Passing Sharp
Baltimore, which has been get-
ting great passing from quarter-
back John Unitas,, has defeated.
two of the roughest teams in the
league, Detroit and Chicago. The
Packers, however, have looked
rather weak in losing to the Bears
and tying the Lions last week,
13-13. This game is one of two
Green Bay will play at Milwaukee
this season.
The Llo A host the Los Angeles
Rams in their home opener. De-
troit's coach, Gorg Wilsn is
on the spot after his surprising
trade of star Bobby Layne, who
has been Instrumental In the
Lons' grea play of te last few
Te hLion offenise has sputtered
to a total of 28 points In two
games. A pro football teant that
scores 14 points per game doesn't
win very often.
Can't Cash In'i
The Lions have, been unable to
cash in on their scoring oppor-
tunities. Layne missed three extra

The Cadets had the game in the
bag all the way, although they led
only 6-2 until Dawkins' touchdown
spurt. The first Army touchdown
came on a 16-yard pass from quar-
terback Joe Caidwell to end Jack
Morrison with two seconds left in
the first- quarter.
Texas Nips Oklahoma
DALLAS, Tex.-Substitute quar-
terback Vince TMatthews led a
dramatic Texas charge with only
three minutes to go yesterday to
fell mighty Oklahoma, 15-14.
Matthews passed the Longhorns
over most of 70 yards of a desper-
ate touchdown drive and Bobby
Lackey, the regular Texas quarter-
back, came in to pass for the
touchdown and kick the extra
point that knocked down the na-
tions' No. 2 team and gave the
Longhorns victory in this storied
game for the first time since 1951.
Auburn Tops Kentucky
LEXINGTON, Ky. - Auburn
found gaping holes in Kentuclty's
pass defense in the second half
yesterday and southpaw Lloyd Nix
pitched the nation's No. 1 team
to an 8-0 victory in the South-
eastern Conference football head-
liner.
* * *
A&M Edges Maryland
COLLEGE PARK, Md.-Charlie
Milstead, an all-around tailback,
poihd of a lng touchdown driv
yestrday anda then helped check
tory.
Maryland was in Texas territory
throughout the last quarter. It
was the second straight victory for
the Aggies, who lost their first two
under new coach Jim Myers and
his single wing attack.
* S *
Wyoming Romps
LARAMIE, Wyo. - Wyoming's
Cowboys, getting flawless perform-
ance from a host of sophomores,
bolted for two second quarter
touchdowns that deflated Oregon
State's favored Beavers and
cleared the way for a 28-0 upset
victory yesterday.
* * *
Georgia Tech Wins
ATLANTA-Georgia Tech rode
three big kicks-two of its own
and one by the opposition-to a
thrilling 21-7 football victory over
a fighting Tennessee team yester-
da y.
Frank Nix's explosive, 74-yard
punt return for Tech's first touch-
down set a pace the Vols couldn't
match.
After Tennessee scored, Tech's
Joe Delay broke the Vols' back
with a 72-yard quick kick that
rolled dead on Tennessee's eight.
The rest of Tech's scoring, al-
though resulting from some razzle-
dazzle play, was merely window
dressing.

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assorted danish pastry for breakfast
this weekend? We'll be open all day
RunAp LPH'S MARKET
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DANGEROUS SPEEDSTER-Fast moving Jon Arnett of the Los
Angeles Rams will add more worry to the Detroit defenses when
the west coast team plays the Lions 1today in Briggs Stadium. A
NFL sophomore, he is a top ground gainer for Los Angeles.

points before being traded, and
Jim Martin's field goal kicking
has not b oeen up topar.
On the other hand, the Ram
coach, Sid Gillman, was signed
to a new contract after Los An-
geles' impressive 33-3 win over
San Francisco.
"This is the finest and most
co-operative team I've had since
I came here," he has said. Gill-
man's Rams will be at full strength
for today's game with Billy Wade
calling the signals.
The Los Angeles backfield will
also have the speedy halfback who
starred for Southern Cal, Jon Ar-
nett. Starting his second year in
the NFL, Arnett leads the ranks
of ground gainers for the Los An-
geles club.

Pittsburgh, with Layne back
under Buddy Parker, will try to
get on the winning track against
Philadelphia at ,Pittsburgh. 1
Bears Host 49ers
The proud Chicago Bears take
on the San Francisco 49ers at
Chicago. Both teams are tied for
second place in the Western Divi-
sion with a 1-1 record. The Bears,
early season favorites to win their
division crown, ran Into the Colts
last week, and lost, 51-38.
In the other game today, the
New York Giants meet the Wash-
ington Redskins. Washington was
defeated, 37-10, by the Cardinals
last Sunday, and the Giants lost
to the Eagles. The teams split in
their two games last year.

SMIT H'S
CARPETS -RUGS
L INOL EUM - T ILE
SAVE on Carpet Remnants--
many sizes and colors.,
CARPET STORE--
207 E. Washington St.
--LINOLEUM STORE__
205 N. Main St.
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Delivered C.O.D. Also Cabbage $1.00
-. Onos De arco Produce. NO
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LOST AND FOUND
LOST: Black Leather Notebook con-
taining Zoology and History notes.
Contact Martin Zonis. 522 Williams
Hse. W.Q. )A27
LOST: Brown Wallet. Lost Thursday.
Call Richard Hulswit, 325 E. Jeffer-
son. NO 3-4738. Reward. )A26
LOST-MAN'S YELLOW GOLD WRIST
WATCH, from wrist unaccountably.
Hamilton watch with yellow gold
flexible link bracelet, snap fastening'.
ably on Huron Street btwee
Forst and Fifth Avenue, or South on
Fifth over from Huron to Washing-
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please phone NO 3-1511, Ext. 2887, or
phone Police Dept. or write Box A 21
in care of The Michigan Daily. Sub-
stantial reward when owner identi-
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FOR SALE
4 SPEED, 3 speaker Capitol portable
used player, green, genuine leather
case, original price $165.00, selling
price $100.00. Call NO 3-4320. )B30
SMITH-CORONA typewriter. Usually
$60. Phone NO 5-7711, Ext. 5434.
)335
BEAUTIFUL gray flannel suit, sie 40,
tailored by Hart Schaffner and Marx.
Purchased February at Baskins in
Chicago for $125.00. Will sacrifice for
$85.00. Call NO 5-7333. )B34
ARMY-NAVY type Oxfords -- $7.25;
socks 39c; shorts 69c; military sup-
plies. Sam's Store. 122 E. washington.
)B2
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WANTED-Couple to live in nice trailer
in exchange for services in 'orchard.
Ideal. HU 2-3797. )F49
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STUDENT wishes round trip ride to
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We specialize in good Lused cars from
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CONVERT your double-breasted suit to
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CUSHAMN - PARILLA Motor Scooters,
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)Z2
VESPA Motor Scooters, world's finest at
the slowest price. October Special -
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purchase. NO 8-8616. )Zl
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DICTAPHONE OPERATOR. Good com-
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at NO 8-9241. )AA1
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Phone NO 2-6058. )K4
WANTED -Lady's small; and man's
be in good conditionand o th~e 2s.
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By The Associated Press
DETROIT-The- Detroit Tigers
yesterday rehired coaches Billy
Hit ch ock, Willis Hudhin and
Tommy Henrich for the 1959 base-
ball season.
Don Lund, fourth member of he
coaching staff, resigned to become
baseball coach at Michigan. He

College Roundup

GRID PICKS SCORES
Navy 20, MICHIGAN 14
Ohio State 19, IllinoIs 13
Iowa 34, Indiana 13
Northwestern 7, Minnesota 3
Michigan State 23, Pittsburgh S
Army 14, Notre Dame 2
Duke 12, Baylor 7
CalIfornia 36, Utah 21
Georgia Tech 21, Tennessee 7
Kansas 7, Iowa State 0
Kansas State 23, Nebraska 6
Texas A&M 14, Maryland 10
Southerzg Methodist 32, Missouri 19
wake Forest 13, N. Carolina State 7
North Carolina 6, South Carolina 0
Texas 15, Oklahoma 14
Wyoming 28, Oregon State 0
Stanford 22, washington 12
EAsT
Princeon 20, Pen 14
Columbia 13, Yale 0
Penn State 40, Marquette S
Syracuse 55, Crel0
Dartmouth 20, Brown 0
Harvard 20, LehIgh 0
Lafayette 7, Delaware 6
Colgate 7, Bucknell 0

Rhode Island 52, Brandeis 22
Boston U. 36, West Virginia 30
Muhlenberg 21, Temple 13
MID WEST
Tulsa 24,Oklahom State 16
Miami (Ohio) 35, Kent State 0
Central Mich. 7, Eastern Mich. 6
Bowling Greien 40, Western Mich. C
Waye 233, Joh Carroll 20
Hillsdale 20, Albion 13
Alma 27, Adrian 12
SOUTH
Clemson 12, Vanderbilt 7
Alabama 29, Furman 6
Mississippi 19, Tulane S
Miss. State 28, Memphis State 6 -
Win. & Mary 6, VMI 6 (tie)
Auburn 8. Kentucky 0
Georgia 28, Florida State 12
SOUTH WvEST
Texas Chritia 26 Texas Tech 9
FAR WEST
Air Force 36, Colorado 6 -
Washington State. 8, Idaho S

will not be replaced. Hitchcock has
been third base coach of the Tigers
four seasons. Henrich has been
with the club one season and Hud-
uin two.
Tebbetts Won't Manage
WASHINGTON - Birdiie Teb-
betts, former manager of the Cin-
cinnati Redlegs, said last night the
aninouncemient he has .joined the
Milwaukee Braves as executive
vice-president means "the end of
me as a manager."
"I'll never manage a club again,"
he said.
S * *
Hutch Goes to Seattle
SEATTLE--Freddie Hutchinson,
fired by the St. Louis Cardinals,
will return again to his old home
town to manage the Seattle Rain-
lers of the Pacific Coast Baseball
League.
Owner Emil Sick, for whom
Hutchnsonhad een both school.-
boy pitching star and manager in
the past, made the announcement
yesterday.
Sick had made a determined
effort to obtain Hutchinson since
the close of the coast league sea-
son, after his Seattle Rainiers
finished last and Manager Connie
Ryan departed by mutual consent.
Hutchinson will act as both field

manager and business manager for
the Rainiers.
* * *
Blackhawks Win
TORONTO-The Chicago Black.-
hawks scored all their goals in
the final period, two of them by
Tod Sloan, last night to defeat
the Toronto Maple Leafs, 3-2, in
Toronto's National Hockey League
opener.
* * *
Rangers Tie Bruins
BOSTON - Andy Hebenton's
~tally with two and a half minutes
remaining boosted the New York
Rangers into a 4-4 tie with Boston
last night after the Bruins had
roared back from a three goal
deficit in a torrid third period'.
* * *
Montreal Blanks Detroit
MONTREAL - Goals by Claude
Provost and Don Marshall in the

first period stood uip last night
and the Montreal C ana diens
blanked the Detroit Red Wings
2-0, in a National Hockey League
game.
The Canadiens struck twice
within the first ten minutes to
get the jump on the Wings, but
needed great support from goalie
Jacques Plan1te to stave off rallies
by Detroit in the second and third
periods.
A crowd of 13,673 saw Montreal
rack up its second win in as many
starts in an open game in which
fast backchecking by both teams
played a big part in keeping the
score down.
* * *
Nats Triumph
NEW YORK-The Syracuse Na-
tioals defeated the New York
Knickerbockers 121-116, last night
in a National Basketball Associa-
tion exhibition game.

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