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THE MICNIGAN DAILY

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oilermakers Halt Spartan Offense;
flini, Buckeyes Topple Big Ten Foes

Georgia Tech Strengthens Defense
To Hold Unbeaten Auburn to 7-7 Tie

By The Associated Press v
LAFAYETTE -Purdue's Boiler-
nakers, perennial spoilers of
vichigan State football seasons,
irtually knocked the Spartans out
f the Big Ten race today, 14-6.
Snarling back from a defeat by
Visconsin last week, Purdue upset
Michigan State just as it did last
ear with ferocious line play that
eld the Spartans to a miserable
8 yards by rushing and only 65
1 the air.
Purdue stymied the varied Spar-
an offense so completely that
Michigan State failed to capitalize
n five recoveries of Boilermaker
umbles. The only Spartan touch-
own, a beautifully executed 11-
ard pass from Larry Bielat of
)ick Barker, however, came as the
esult of a Purdue error. It came
n the second quarter after Purdue

lost the ball of its 12 on a fourth
down bad pass from center. ,
Purdue immediately drove 59
yards for a touchdown, halfback
Leonard Wilson going the last five
yards, and the teams carried a 6-6
tie into the second half. Michigan
State missed on a conversion pass,
but its Ellison Kelly blocked Bob
Spoo's extra-point kick for Purdue.
The Boilermaker's wrapped it
up in the third quarter, blasting 53
yards in spite of a fumbled punt
and a 15-yard penalty. Bob Jarus
plunged the last foot, but the big
gainer was a 30-yard pass from
Ross Fichtner to end Dick Brooks.
Purdue has beaten Michigan
State four times in their last six
meetings, cutting a 28-game win-
ning streak for the Spartans in
1953 and knocking them out of
No. 1 national rating last year.
Yesterday's loss left the Spartans,
who were already tied by Michigan
this year, with little chance of
taking the Big Ten crown.
Illini Win
MINNEAPOLIS-Bob Hickey, a
rifle-armed quarterback who once
appeared headed for football ob-
livion; hurled two mighty touch-
down passes and guided Illinois to
a. 20-8 victory over Minnesota
yesterday.
Hickey teamed with end Rich
Kreitling on identical-play touch-
down passes that covered 83 and
66 yards, the first giving Illinois
a first period lead and the second
rubbing out an 8-7 Gopher advan-
tage.
It was a weird homecoming bat-
tle, played before a crowd of 58,174
that saw the officials march off
155 yards in penalties in the first
half. Despite Illinois' first period
touchdown and offense-k lling
penalties, Minnesota looked cap-
able of handling the Illini until
Hickey's passing arm and a pro-
cession of errors caught up with
the Gophers.
Minutes after Hickey's second
touchdown pass, the Illini applied
the crusher by sending sophomore
Dick McDade over from the eight.
Guard Bill Burrel intercepted a
Gopher pass and carried it back to
Minnesota's 20, setting up Illinois'
final score.
White Stars for Buckeyes
COLUMBUS-Blockbusting Bob
White scored four touchdowns to-

day to lead Ohio State to a 49-8
victory over an outclassed and out-
manned Indiana team in a Big Ten
game before 82,964 fans.
The 207-pound White bulldozed
his way to the first four scores, two
of which were set up by intercepted
passes and another by a fumble.
Indiana's misplays also gave the
ball to Ohio twice for the other
scores,
The Hoosiers only entrance into
Ohio territory came against the
fourth-stringers when Norm Mac-
kin passed six yards to Dick Brad-
ford for a touchdown with only
four seconds to play.
Indiana was unable to contain
the devastating Ohio ground at-
tack and could make little head-
way against the huge Buckeye for-
ward wall. Beset by fumbles, pass
interceptions and penalties, the
Hoosiers never had a chance as
they lost their seventh straight
game to Ohio State.
Buckeye Coach Woody Hayes,
who set up a furore early in the
week by charging that laxity of
officials was condoning dirty play,
created the game's big diversion in
the fdurth period when, leading
35-0, he shed his hat and coat and
rushed onto the field to remon-
strate with the arbiters. His only
reward was a 15-yard penalty
against the Buckeyes.
White carried the ball 29 times
for 116 yards in his four-touch-
down splurge and then sat out
most of the latter part of the
:game. The red-haired fullback
who wears contact lenses went for
no long gains, but was a steady
performer.
The victory was the fourth of
the year and the 13th straight for
Ohio's Big Ten and Rose Bowl
champions. The loss was Indiana's
11th in, a row in the conference
and gave the Hoosiers a 1-3 record
for the season.
BIG TEN STANDINGS
W L T Pet.
Ohio State ..... 2 0 0 1.000
Northwestern .. 2 0 0 1.000 -
Iowa ......... 2 0 0 1.000
Wisconsin .... 1 1 0 .500
Illinois ........ 1 1 0 .500
Purdue ........ 1 1 0 .500
MICHIGAN .... 0 1 1 .250
Michigan State . 0 1 1 .250
Minnesota ..... 0 2 0 .000
Indiana ....... 0 2 0 .000

By The Associated Press
NORFOLK - Spearheaded by
Quarterback Richie Petitbon, Tu-
lane chalked up its first victory of
the season, 14-6, over Navy in the
Oyster Bowl yesterday.-
The loss, Navy's first of the sea-
son, was no fluke. Petitbon mixed
his plays and ran and passed well
in leading the Green Wave on
touchdown marches of 66 and 83
yards.
The Middies came within a point
of tying the score late in the
second half on a 25-yd. pass from
Joe Tranchini to Joe Bellino, but
Tulane's defense held and its 83-
yd. march in the final quarter put
the game on ice.
* *
Tech Ties Auburn
ATLANTA -- Georgia Tech
matched Auburn's highly-rated de-
fense with a strong defense of its

AVERAGE DROPS-Doh Clark, Ohio State's flashy halfback who
has averaged better than 100 yards rushing for three games, was
held to 13 in five tries yesterday. The Buckeyes, though, went on
to gain a 49-8 victory over Indiana.

PRO FOOTBALL SCENE:

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own to hold the Tigers to a 7-7
deadlock yesterday.
The tie ended Auburn's streak
of 17 straight victories.
Auburn dominated play in the
first half and scored first on a.
two-yd. plunge by fullback Ed
Dyas early in the second quarter.
Georgia Tech scored its touch-
down in the fourth quarter after
quarterback Fred Braselton inter-
cepted an Auburn pass and re-
turned it to the Tigers' 36.
Braselton's passing set up a
quarterback sneak for the score
on third down from the one-the
first time since 1956 that anyone
had scored on Auburn on a run
from scrimmage. Tech elected to
kick the extra point, settling for
a moral rather than actual vic-
tory.
* * *
Oklahoma Swamps Kansas
LAWRENCE-Oklahoma's Soon-
ers, edged 15-14 by Texas last
week, bounced back to whitewash
the Kansas Jayhakers, 43-0, in a
Big Eight conference battle yes-
The Sooners looked no better
in the first quarter than they did
last week, but they eventually
rolled up a whopping 507 yards
rushing and passing to record
their 66th Conference game with-
out a defeat.
Tennessee Beats Alabama
KNOXVILLE -Tennessee used
the single wing exclusively to grind
out a 14-7 victory over Alabama
yesterday.
Tailback Bill Majors gained 56
yards rushing and scored the Vol-
unteers two touchdowns. Ala-
bama's score came on a pass play
in the final quarter.
* * *
Cadets Win
WEST POINT -- Quarterback
Joe Caldwell, who played only two

minutes last year, and halfback
Bold Anderson passed and ran the
top-ranked Army football team to
a 35-6 victory over Virginia at
fensive team, put together drives
of 51, 65 and 50 yards for its
three touchdowns.
* *
Penn Tops Brown
PHILADELPHIA-Pennsylvania
utilized the arm of quarterback
Larry Purdy to defeat Brown, 21-
20 syesterday and gain its first
victory of the season.
Purdy passed for two fourth
quarter touchdowns and a two-
point conversion to pull the game
out of the fire for Penn.
Michie Stadium ytsterday.
The Cadets -were hampered by
fumbles in the first half, but, led
by Caldwell, they outscored Vir-
ginia, 21-0, in the final two quar-
ters. Caldwell scored one of Army's
five touchdowns and played a big
part in three others with his ac-
curate passing and clutch running.
Anderson's brilliant ball-carry-
ink took up the slack left by in-
juries to star halfback, Pete Daw-
kins, and fullback Harry Walters.
Virginia's lone TD came in the
second quarter on a seven-yd. pass
play. The Cadets' defense pre-
vented two later scores when it
stopped Cavalier drives to the
three and the five-yd. lines.
. * * *
Harvard Trips Columbia
NEW YORK - Four Columbia
fumbles, three of them leading to
Harvard touchdowns, helped the
Crimson to a 26-0 victory over
Columbia yesterday.
Colorado Downs Iowa State
AMES --Colorado overcame an
early attack of fumbleitis to turn
back Jowa State, 20-0, yesterday,
and thus remained undefeated.
Colorado, the nation's top of-

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High Riding Colts Face Lions Today

By CHUCK KOZOLL
The Detroit Lions open the gates
of Briggs Stadium today to wel-
come the Baltimore Colts, West-
ern Conference leaders, who
threaten to hand the Motor City
football team their secondstraight
defeat.
Riding the crest of a three
game winning streak, the Colts
entered 'Detroit yesterday, fresh
from their comeback victory over
the Green Bay Packers.
Morrall Unleashed
Today's game will also reveal
the true character of Earl Mor-
rail and his ability to integrate
into the Wilsonian method of
operation.
The Cleveland Browns, perenial
leader in the Eastern Conference,
will be in a strong position to jar
Buddy Parker from his throne at
Pitt Stadium when they seek their
fourth NFL win against the Steel-
ers. Bobby Layne has hopes that
his protection will withstand the
relentless pounding of the Brown
line, but unless the Cleveland for-;
ward wall undergoes an extreme
change, the Pittsburgh passing de-
partment is in for a bad afternoon.

Paul Brown and his puppets in
the Browns' backfieled boast too
much strength and diversity for
the Steelers to turn in a repeat
performance of their victory over
the Eagles.
Tied for second in the Western
Division, the Bears and Los An-
geles Rams will settle the ques-
tion at Wrigley Field. Chicago,
with t~vo top sprinters, Willie CGali-
more and J. C. Caroline, in the
backfield complimenting the
charging of Rick Casares, is rated
a six point favorite.
The Rams place their trust in
Billy Wade and Jon Arnett to
make life miserable for the Bears.
If the men from the West Coast
can continue their "shock troop"
technique of quick scoring, they
could surprise the Bears with a
mild league upset.
Hoping to impress the Brown's
with their ability are the second
place New York Giants who enter-
tain the Chicago Cardinals in the
Polo Grounds today. With a double
wing offense to confuse Charley
Conerly and his New York friends,
the 'Cardinals will aim for their

second league victory and a chance
at third place.
Moving away from home where
the fates have been against them,
Green Bay aims for their first
NFL victory when they face the
Washington Redskins led by the
wee wizard of the Eastern Divi-
sion, Quarterback Eddie LeBaron.
Need Ground Game
If the Packers can unleash a
ground gaining offense to match
their passing ability, they will
spoil many a football parley card
besides awarding Scooter McLean
his first victory as a pro coach.
Penn's Franklin Field is the site
of San Francisco's bid to bounce
back from their lose to Chicago,
by downing the Philadelphia
Eagles.

RAY ELIOt
victory smile
WANTED
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a United States Senator believ.-
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CHARLES L POTTER
Republican State Central Committee

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GRID PICK SCORES
Northwestern 55, MICHIGAN 24
Illinois 20, MinnesotaS .
Ohio State 49, Indiana 8
Iowa 20, Wisconsin 9
Purdue 14, Michigan State 6
Tennessee 14, Alabama 7
Auburn 7, Georgia Tech 7
Penn State 34, Boston U. 0
California 14. Southern California 12
Harvard 26, Columbia 0
Notre Dame 9, Duke 7
North Carolina 27, Maryland 0
Tulane 14, Navy 6
Wm. and Mary 13, N. Carolina St. 6
Washington State 6, Oregon 0
Pittsburgh 15, West Virginia 8 -
Air Force Academy 16, Stanford 0
UCLA 20, Washington 0
Oklahoma 43, Kansas 0
Vanderbilt 6, Florida 6
EAST
Army 35, Virginia 6
Syracuse 38, Nebraska 0
Villanova 9, Wake Forest 7
Penn 21, Brown 20, -
Holy Cross 14, Dartmouth a
Cornell 12, Yale 7
Princeton 40, Colgate 13

Connecticut 21,. Malne i6
Rutgers 57, Bucknell 12
Lafayette. 35, Temple 0
MIDWEST
Defiance 21, Wilmington 12
W. Mich. 34, Wash. (St. Louis) 6
Akron 28, Wooster 20
Heidelberg,26, Denison 6
Bowling Gieen 31, Toledo 16
111. Normal 21, Southern Illinois S
Missouri 32, Kansas State 8
Colorado 20, Iowa State 0
Tdlsa 59, Drake 0
Miami (Ohio) 14, Ohio U. 10
Wayne 21, Case Tech 6
Carroll 12, Lake Forest (Ill.) It
Kent State 24, Marshall 0
Wabash 24, Hanover 7
U. of Detroit 33, Xavier 6
SOUTH
Mississippi St. 38, Arkansas St. 6
Mississippi ,24, Hardin-Sinmons ;$
SOUTHWEST
Baylor 26, ,Texas. Tech 7
Texas Christian 24, Texas A&M 3.
FAR WEST
Oregon State 20, Idaho 6
Wyoming 7, Colorado state U. 6
North Texas 12, Brigham Young 6

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By The Associatedl Preiss
CHICAGO -- Alex DelVechio
scored the three-goal hat-trick as
the Detroit Red Wings snapped
the Chicago Black Hawks un-
beaten string, 3-1 here yesterday
afternoon in the opener of the
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The loss was the first -of the
season for Chicago in five games.
The Hawks had played one tie.
All three of DelVechio's markers
were set up by his linemate, Gordie
Howe,
Sawchuck Stars
Detroit goalie Terry Sawchuck,
playing particularly bright in the
first period turning back 18 shots,
played the final 30 minutes with
12 fresh stitches over his right eye-
brow. He sustained his injury mid-
way in the second period when a
flying puck came out of a scramble
in front of his nets, catching him
over his right eye,
* * *
Rangers Tie Canadiens
MONTREAL Andy Hebenton

whipped in a 10-foot shot on Larry
Popein's pass at 18:15 of the third
period last night to give the New
York Rangers a.2-2 ┬░NHL tie with
the Montreal. CanAdiens in a
spectacular, battle of goalies.
New York twice came from.be-
hind to get the tie. Andy Bath-
gate shot the 100th goal of his
career to match an earlier second
period goal by Montreal's Bernie'
(Boom Boom). Geoffrion.'
S * *
Toronto Wins .
TORNTO-Right winger Ron
Stewart's pair of goals tonight led
the Toronto'Maple Leafs to their
first win of the young National
Hockey League season as they de-
feated the Boston Bruins 3-2.
The win was the Leafs first in
four starts. It was the second win
for the Bruins.
Defenseman Carl Brewer scored
the other Leaf goal, the first of
his big league career. Jerry Top-
pazini got both Boston goals, the
first coming in the first period at
4:02 giving the Bruins a'1-0 lead.
Goals by Stewart and Brewer
gave the Leafs a 2-1 lead in the
second period. Toppazini, however,
tied the score at 1.:35 of the third
period when he tipped Jim Mor-
rison's long shot past Leafs' goalie
Johnny Bower.

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