THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Pitt Ties Army, 14-14;
Tifers Rebound 20-7
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By The Associated Press
PJTTSBURGH - The Army
football team, rated first in the
national rankings and the na-
tion's leader on offense. turned
into a stubborn defensive squad
yesterday and barely escaped with
a 14-14 tie against a fired-up
Pittsburgh team rated second only
to the Cadets in the east.
Pitt, trailing. 14-0, after nine
minutes and 36 seconds of the
second quarter, came back to get
one touchdown just before the
half ended and another with an.
all-important two-point conver-
sion just after the third quarter
started. From there on, it was a
battle in which neither team
could get the breaks it needed to
Auburn Overcomes Maryland
fumbling Georgia Tech yesterday.
It was the first time SMU has
beaten Georgia Tech in eight
Syracuse Breaks Jinx
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. -
Syracuse shattered a 24-year jinx
at Beaver Field yesterday by out-
p l a y i n g and outmaneuvering
Penn State's football forces, 14-6,
on a rainy afternoon.
Chuck Zimmerman and TomF
Stephens provided the scoring
punch to back up a superior;
Orange line that controlled the
play most of the way.
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Cal Downs Oregon
BERKELEY, Calif. - Joe Kapp
engineered two touchdown drives
and raced 92 yards for the third
yesterday as California beat fa-
vored Oregon, 23-6, to remain un-
beaten in Pacific Coast Confer-
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Navy Swamps Penn
ILADELPHIA - Joe Mata-
,e. a hard-running sopho-
.ore, led a corps of second and.
third string Navy Midshipmen to
a 50-8 victory over Penn yester-
day on rain-soaked Franklin Field.
Quarterback Joe Tranchini, suf-
fering a lame left shoulder, and
his first-string mates played only
20 minutes of the one-sided game,
a warmup for Navy's game next
Saturday with Notre Dame.
* * *
Oregon State Wins
PORTLAND, Ore. - Oregon
AUBURN - Maryland out-
played Auburn for 15 minutes
yesterday, then paid the penalty
as a rugged Tiger defense pounced
on Terrapin fumbles and inter-
cepted passes to open the way fr
a 20-7 victory.
It was the 19th game wit)
defeat for the fifth-ranked T .
who bounced back with a ven-
geance after last week's 7-7 tie
with Georgia Tech.
, * *
Tech Fumbles to Defeat
DALLAS - Southern Methodist
got the breaks and followed the
passing of Billy Dunn, the run-
ning of Jim Welch and a grand
exhibition by end Henry Christo-
pher for a 20-0 victory over
GRID PICKS SCORES
Michigan 20, Minnesota 19
IliUnois 16, Michigan State 0
Iowa 26, Northwestern 20
9Ohio State 7, Wisconsin 7
Purdue 29, Notre Dame 22
Army 14, Pittsburgh 14
Mississippi 14, ,Arkansas I? '
Alabama 9, Mississippi State I
California 23, Oregon 6 t
Duke 20, North Carolina 13
Southern Methodist 20, Ga. Tech 0
North Carolina 26, Wake Forest 7
Oklahoma 40, Kansas State 6
Indiana 12, Miame (Ohio) 7
Harvard 16, Dartmouth 8
Oregon State 14, Washington 12
Syracuse 14, Penn State 6
California 14, Washington st. S
Kanfor 21, TUCLA 19
Lasas 14, Tulane 9
State slipped by Washington.
14-12, today in a crucial Pacific
Coast Conference football game..
State dominated it through
three quarters but won only on
the conversion points. The victory
kept OSC's Rose Bowl hopes alive
with a 3-1 PCC record.
Twice W a s h i n g t o n grabbed
fumbles deep in OSC territory and
converted them into touchdowns.
The Staters. on the other hand.
went the hard way, moving from
their own 21 to their first score
and from their 11 to the other.,
By The Associated Press
MONTREAL - The Boston:
Bruins gave up two early goals
while shorthanded and then blast-
ed their way to a 5-2 win last
night over the National Hockey
League-leading Montreal Cana-
TORONTO-The Toronto Maple
Leafs, taking advantage of an
inept Detroit offense. scored a goal
a period last night to defeat the!
Red Wings, 3-0, giving Johnny
Bower his first shutout of the Na-
tional Hockey League season and
the Leafs their second win.
* * *
NEW YORK-The New York
Rangers defeated the Chicago
Black Hawks, 6-2, in a fast and
rough televised National Hockey
League game at Madison Square
SYRACUSE, N.Y.-Tom Gola's
two free throws with only two
seconds left enabled the Phila-
delphia Warriors to defeat the
Syracuse Nationals, 110-109, in
their NBA opener last night.
DETROIT-Phil Jordan led the
Detroit Pistons to their first NBA
victory of the season last night
scoring 33 points in a 117-112 vic-
tory over the St. Louis Hawks.
OTHER NBA SCORES
Cinciniati 110, Minneapolis 9j
New Yorkt 127, Boston 125
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Munn Boosts New Substitution Rule,
To Appeal to College Football Fans
By CHUCK KOZOLL
Two platoon college football may s
return via the encouragement of
Biggie Munn, Michigan State Ath-
Looking to the pro's crowd ap-
peal as a result of their high speed
game, Munn claimed, "the NFL's
exciting brand of football keeps
the fans in their seats until the
final whistle," I
The Spartan official went on to
say that 60 minutes of both offen-
sive and defensive play slows down
the game in the second half. "A
dull climax," he went on, "puts the
college games at a distadvantage
as far as paying customers are
In Munn's eyes, it also hurts the
pro-minded college player who is
forced to tone down his specialty
work, As a result, top flight punt-
ers or offensive halfbacks are
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they lack ability.
Announcing his platform for
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for a free substitution rule and
moving the goal posts back to the
college game "more wide open;"
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Viewing the attendance problem compiled. Many of the college
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Michigan State, USC, UCLA, Min- once existed between the NFL and
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Western teams is attributed to the stars to college as a stepping stone
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