THE MICHIGAN DAILY THV
U. S. National 5, Michigan Tech 0
Army 81, Rutgers 60
St Joseph's (Phila.) 81, Delaware 65
Air Force Academy 73, Col. Mines 60
Maryland 63, Virginia 56
Princeton 90, Temple 54
Purdue 89, DePaul 71
Syracuse 90, Columbia 59
Manhattan 75, Wagner 56
Providence 72, Brown 48
Scranton 61. Seton Hall 58
LaSalle 84, Lafayette 77
Detroit 2, New York 1
Chicago 2, Toronto 2
Detroit 89, St. Louis 82
Syracuse 97, Cincinnati 94
Boston 100, Philadelphia 97
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MONTREAL tom) - Light-heavy-
weight champion Archie Moore 41-yr.-old champion when the Archie let loose with both b;r
came from the brink of defeat lst$muscular Durelle nailed him with rels. He belted away and then
bDuefea a left and right to the jaw to drop finshed off the reeling Durelle
nght to knock out Yvon Durelle him for a nine count in the first with a lightning fast left and right
of Canada in the eleventh round round and then decked him twice to the jaw.
of a dramatic title fight. more in the round. As referee Jack Sharkey, the
Moore, sensing he had his man Archie was down for counts of former world heavyweight cham-
on the way out, stormed out of nine, two and seven in that round pion, started to count, it seemed
his corner to start the eleventh. and was floored again for five in everyone in the Forum knew it was
He dropped Durelle with a left and the fifth. He was in real trouble all over. Durelle slumped on his
right for a count of nine. Then until that round was over. side then tried to pull himself up
Moore punched Durelle to the Turns Tide as the count reached 10.
floor for keeps with a left and But in the seventh the master- Leads on Points
right to the jaw at 49 seconds of ful champion turned the tide. He Archie's amazing comeback from
the round, felled Durelle for a two count in
It looked like curtains for the the seventh, for eight at the bell disaster was so complete that the
- inthetenh ad ten inihedthree judges had him leading on
inthe tenth and then finished onsathedof1rud.
him off with a terrific series of points at the end of 10 rounds.
- Call A Vet" barages in the eleventh. Judge Rene Ouimet had it 46-45,
Moore, who set, an all - time Lucien Germain 44-42 and Harry
" I knockout record of 127, seemed to Shulman 44-42. The judges do the
sense he was going to get DurelleI voting here. The five point "must"
in the 11th. He stormed across the system was used, with the winner
=4407 NO 3=580 iring and smashed the bleeding getting five points a round and
challenger to the canvas with a the loser getting four or less.
CE TO left and a right to the jaw. Yvon, It was the seventh title defense
blood streaming from his nose, for Moore and his fifth straight
AYNE MAJOR Airports tottered to his feet at nine. knockout victory in a title defense.
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By The Associated Press
NEW YORK - Paul Dietzel,
coach of the all-winning, nation-f
al champion Louisiana State foot-
ball team, yesterday had anothert
prize to add to his personal be-
The 34-yr.-old Dietzel wast
named "Coach of the Year" byC
his fellow members of the Ameri-r
can Football Coaches' Assn. He
scored the greatest sweep in the
24-yr. history of the award, made
by the Scripps-Howard news-
Closest to Dietzel's 312 first-
place votes was Forest Evashevski,
with 58 votes. In order behind
them were Phil Dickens, Indiana;I
Ben Martin, Air Force Academy;:
Ara Parseghian, Northwestern;
Earl Blaik, Army; Pete Elliott,t
California; and Abe Martin, Texas
Bennie Honored Again I
retiring coach of Michigan's foot-
ball team, was honored last night
by the Detroit Sports Broadcasters
The popular Oosterbaan was
presented a life membership in the
DSBA and a plaque for outstand-
ing service to athletics.
For Big Ten
CHICAGO (A-There was an
indication today that the Big Ten
may he hard pressed in renewing
any Rose Bowl football contract
beyond the New Year's game of
Some officials of the Big Ten.
which opened its annual winter
meetings yesterday, were hoping
future Rose Bowl contracts with
the new California league and
Tournament of Roses could con-
However, Dean Robert Browne
of Illinois, new chairman of the
Big Ten faculty representatives,
threw another light on the matter.
If future Rose Bowl agreements
are made based on the ones of the
past with the PCC, they still
would have to come before faculty
men. A majority'vote is needed.
In the past, the Rose Bowl mat-
ter barely made it. One highly
placed Big Ten official said at
best a 5-5 tie would result, auto-
matically killing it, he guessed.
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sports broadcasters, was given the
first life membership in the or-
ganization. Oosterbaan received
'Cup' Hopes Darken
MELBOURNE - The elimina-
tion of Barry MacKay and Alex
Olmedo from the Victorian Ten-
nis Championship has darkened
the U. S. Davis Cup picture and
posed a king-sized problem for
non-playing Captain Perry Jones.
"I am no farther along in the
selection of players to face the
Italians next week than I was
when I first came to Australia,"
Jones said. The Americans meet
Italy's European champions Dec.
19-21 for the right to challenge
Australia again for the Interna-.
MacKay, a former Michigan
star, who was the sensation of
America's spirited bid a year ago,
lost his quarterfinal match here
to Andres Gimeno, fast-rising son
of a Barcelona professional, 6-3,
6-4, 10-12, 13-15, 6-1.
Purdue Wins, 89-71
LAFAYETTE - Jake lson
scored 32 points as Purdue
whipped DePaul, 89-71, last night
in the Boilermakers' home basket-
It was the Blue Demons' first
loss in three games, Purdue's sec-
ond victory in three starts.
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