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_UNDAY, OCOBER 24,C185it llZEZ i ~ E.FiILY. ..



Rugged Razorbacks Roll, 55-20


AVI,4' T l



By The Associated Press

Texas Beaten
BULLETIN: Texas was upset
20-17 by Rice in a. late night
game yesterday. The loss was
the fifth-ranked Longhorns' see-
ond consecutive defeat as they
lost to top-ranked Arkansas last
LITTLE ROCK - Swift, power-
ful Arkansas, playing for the first
time ever as the nation's No. 1
team, made out-muscled North
Texas State its 18th straight vic-
tim, 55-20, last night.
Tailback Bob Burnett scored
three times on runs of one, 11 and
two yards and wngback Jim Lind-
sey bulled one and 15 yards for
touchdowns as Arkansas continued
Its winning streak, longest in the
. land by a major college team.
Wingback Harry Jones, a 195-
pounder speedster, galloped . 83
yards for another Arkansas score,
but later was injured and taken
to a hospital for X-rays. His In-
juries were not determined.
The Razoibacks rolled up 533
f yaids in total offense, and Eagle
quarterback Vidal Carlin hit on
32 of 54 passes for 306 yards, four
intercepted. North Texas flanker
John Love; third in the nation in
pass receiving, caught 14, setting
a school record, for 167 yards.
After Jones' long scoring run,
and a one-yard scoring dive by
quarterback Jon Brittenum, the
Eagles, trailing ,14-0, made a
comeback bid.
A missed etra point left the
Razorbacks in front, 14-13, and
they piled up ,a 55-13 advantage
before the Eagles scored again.
Nebraska Victorious
LINCOLN-- Third-ranked Ne-
braska bombed Colorado with long
gains and scoring spectaculars
yesterday including a 95-yard
pass-run touchdown, and whipped
the previously undefeated Buffa-
loes 38-13.
The big thriller for a homecom-
ing crowd of 54,110 came late in
the first quarter of the Big Eight
Conference game after a- Colo-
rado punt had put Nebraska in
the shadow of its own goal. Quar-
Wings Lose;
Hawks Roll
By The Associated Press,
MONTREAL -- Jean Beliveau
and little Bobby Rousseau led
Montreal's stand-pat Canadiens to
a rollicking 8-1 victory over De-
trot last night in their National
Eo~keyLeague opener.
Beliveau, the big, veteran cn-
ter, scored both his goals and
Rousseau one of his while the
Canadiens had a man advantage
in the rough game.
" The Canadiens romped out to a
3-1 lead in the first period, made
it 6-1. after .two and coasted in
against the 1964-65 regular-season
TORONTO-Bobby Hull, Chica-
go's blond bombshell, struck for
three goals last night, pacing the
Black Hawks and goalie Glenn
Hall to a 4-0 victory over the
Toronto Maple Leafs in a Na-
tional Hockey League season open-
Hull, the dynamic left wing who
flirted with the NHL single-sea-
son scoring record last winter be-
fore being slowed by leg injuries,
fired two goals in the opening
period and completed his hat trick
midway through the third period.
Hall, beginning his 12th NFL
season, held the Maple Leafs in
check td post his 63rd career shut-

out. He was ably assisted by an
alert, hard-hitting defense, that
kept the home club, off balance
Henderson Ford Soles, 662-3261

terback Fred Duda hit end Free-
man White with a pass, and White
outhustled Colorado defenders to
It was the season's sixth straight
victory for Nebraska. For Colo-
rado, it was the first loss after
three victories and two ties.
* * *j
Irish Rollj
SOUTH BEND-Battering Lar-
ry Conjar's four touchdowns swept
Notre Dame to a crunching 28-7
football victory yesterday over un-
beaten. Southern California whose
heralded Mike Garrett was al-
most completely shackled. Con-
Jar's feat tied a modern Irish
single game scoring record.
The Trojans and national rush-
ing leader Garrett never had a
chance against a devastating Irish
attack in the nationally televised
Conjar spearheaded the relent-
less Notre Dame ground game, pil-
Harriers Win
Michigan's c r o s s country
team, under the guidance of
track Coach Don Martin, won
its fourth consecutive meet
yesterday. The harriers defeat-
ed Spring Arbor College 20-37.,
Michigan's first place finisher
was Jim Dolan, who knocked
three seconds off'of the course
record as he toured the U.
golf course in 20:13.
ing up 116 yards on 25 tries, in-
cluding his four scoring smashes
of two yards or less.
Garrett, who took a five-game
total of 852 yards into the game
for nationally fourth-ranked USC,
wound up with only 43 yards on
16 carries, most coming after No-
tre Dame had swept to a 28-0 lead.
* s * .
Tigers Win, 51-0
PRINCETON-Charley Gogolak
kicked three field goals, break-
ing a national collegiate season'
record, and Ron tandeck passed
for three touchdowns and ran for
another as unbeaten Princeton an-
nihilated Penn 51-0 yesterday in
an Ivy League football game.
The victory was the fifth for
the Tigers this season and their
14th in a row overall. Only Ar-
kansas has a longer winning streak,
among major college teams.
Auburn Upset
AUBURN - George, Sumrall's
26-yard field goal gave Southern

Mississippi a 3-0 upset victory over
Auburn yesterday, but it was Tom-
my Brennan's three pass intercep-
tions that really made the differ- By The Associated Press
Brennan, a 5-10 junior fullback LAFAYETTE - Second-ranked
from Savannah, Ga., stopped one Michigan State scrambled back
Auburn drive within scoring dis- from the brink of extinction on
tance early in the game and an- the running of Bob Apisa and
other near the close of the first Clint Jones and beat Purdue 14-10
half. yesterday on two fourth-quarter
* touchdowns.
Clemson over TCU i The victory moved the Spartans
along toward the Big Ten football
CLEMSON-A 26-yard second championship and a Rose Bowl
quarter field goal by Frank Pearce trip as they ran their conference
stood up for a 3-0 Clemson vic- record to 4-0.
tory over Texas Christian yester- The rugged Spartan defense
day in a defensive football game kept Purdue in the hole through-
studded with 23 punts, 12 by TCU. out the second half after the
The Texans managed only two Boilermakers had built up a 10-0
first downs and ran and passed halftime lead on the deadly short
for only 72 yards. Clemson had 18 passes of Bob Griese and the hard
first downs and gained 302 yards. running of Randy Minniear."
* * * Forcing Griese to punt from
near his goal line in the second
.Ole Miss Wins half, Michigan State finally start-
E ed clicking.
OXFORD--Mississippi's hungry The first Spartan touchdown
Rebels used devastating line play was all Jones and Apisa except
and an aggressive defense yester- for one carry by Dwight Lee.
day to batter game Vanderbilt Apisa went the last few inches,
2417 in a Southeastern Confer- and Jones got a two-point con-
ence football battle. version on a pass from Steve Ju-
The victorious Rebels capital- day from a fake kick formation.

State converted three Wisconsin Burt, and the Buckeyes recovered With a first and goal situation on
fumbles into a touchdown and two on the 11 to set up Sanders' second the Iowa three, the Wildcats
Bob Funk field goals and rolled touchdown. needed four plays before McKel-
to a 20-10 victory over the * * vey plunged over from the one.
Badgers in a Big Ten football'IowaShutout Early in the fourth quarter,
game yesterday. EVANST N DennisBootheNorthwestern pounded- its way to
Two of the fumbles came in the the sophomore quarterback withbolstered the20,a shaky leanDickie
second period as the Buckeyes, a reputation for passing, kept clinching 38-yard field goal.
rebounding from a 32-7 pasting at Northwestern on the grouid yes- n - .


Mhe hands of Michigan State a
week ago, scored 17 of their points
on, the first of two Will Sander
touchdowns and Funk's first field
goal, a 19-yarder.
Their only untainted tally came
at the start of the crucial second
period. Down 3-0, the Buckeyesa
mounted an 85-yard drive sparked
by two key runs of 24 and nine
- ...........-.... .........-.--_-.-

terday and guided the Wildcats to
a 9-0 Big Ten football victory over
A homecoming crowd of 45,129
saw Boothe attempt only two pass-
es, of which he completed one for
nine yards. However, the 2Q-year-
old from Mundelein, Ill., engineer-
ed a powerful ground attack led
by workhorse Bob McKelvey to


ized on a bad break for Vandy, Winning Drive
a long pass and a pass intercep- The winning touchdown drive
tion for their touchdowns after a washelped by 20 yards of Purdue
scoreless first period.wsheedy20yrsfPrde
s f p d penalties for offside and .a per-
sonal foul. Jones went from the
.Tulsa Romps eight, getting a fine block from
TULSA-Quarterback Bill An- Purdue got its points in the
derson passed for six touchdowns first half on a 20-yard field goal
and end Howard Twilley shatter- by the versatile Griese, a seven-
ed another NCAA pass receiving yard touchdown pass from Griese
record yesterday as Tulsa hum- to Jim Finley and Griese's con-
bled Cincinnati 49-6 in a Missouri version kick.
Valley Conference football game. I Griese stayed with the short
Twilley caught 14 passes for jpass most of the time in the first
226 yards to rush past the career half, hitting end Bob Hadrick and
yardage mark of 2,453 set by Hugh flanker Finley with bullets over
Campbell of Washington State in the line. He did not call on his
1960-42. line to hold the Michigan State
line for long ones.
Navy Crushed Hadrick caught two passes in
the first quarter drive that put
ATLANTA--Sophomore sensa- Purdue in a position for Griese to
tion Kin King fired three touch- kick the field goal. Minniear broke
down passes to shaliter Navy's de- away for a 23-yard run on a
fenses yesterday, and Georgia fourth - and - one situation. The
Tech added two long punt returns BoermakerouedstoThe
to win its fourth straight football secnd period in the touchdown
game 27-16. drive that carried from their own
King's pinpoint passing and dev- four after they had held the Spar-
astating speed: boosted the Yellow tans for downs.
Jackets to a 23-0 halftime lead. He The seven-yard toss to -Finley
pitched scoring strikes of 18, 17 put the ball in the end zone, and
and 10 yards and set up a 31-yard Griese kicked the extra point.
field goal by Tommy Carmichael.* *
Tech put the game out of the
Midshipmen's reach in the first OSU Rolls
five minutes of the second half. MADISON-Opportunistic Ohio

Indiana Loses, .8.7
time left on .the clock, Washing-
ton State passed for a 2-point
conversion and defeated Indiana's
Hoosiers 8-7 yesterday. It was the
fourth time -this season the Cou-
gars had won with late rallies.
The favored Cougars moved 62
yards in eight plays for the score
after they got the ball with 1:31
to go on their own 38 after an
Indiana punt.
Tom Roth led the drive which,
ended in the Hoosier end zone on,
a 5-yard pass from Roth to Doug
Flanburg as time ran out. Roth
then threw to Al McWashington
for the winning two-point conver-
Indiana's Glenn Holubar had
intercepted a Roth pass on the
next to last play of the game but
the theft was nullified by a
Hoosier offsides.
The Cougars' furious finish was
similar to those in which they
beat Iowa, Minnesota 4nd Villa-
nova in the closing seconds of
earlier ganes this season.d
* * *
IMini RompI
CHAMPAIGN -- Sophomore Cy-
ril Pinder's 80-yard touchdown
run in the second quarter broke a
7-7 deadlock and opened the way
for a 28-14 Illinois victory over
Duke yesterday in an intersec-
tional game.
Sophormores scored three Illini
touchdowns, two of them growing
from recovered fumbles, while

quarterback Fred Custardo tallied
one, passed for another and boot-
ed all extra points.
It was a raw, windy day and
Duke, suffering its second straight
loss after four victories, had trou-
ble battling the elements as well
as the alert Illini, who boosted
their record to 3-3.
The Blue Devils lost quarter-
back Scotty Glacken and end Rod
Stewart, both starters, with in-
juries in the second quarter.
Custardo c lo s e d a 75-yard
march with a seven-yard scoring
sweep after Illinois took the open-
ing kickoff.
Duke tied it 7-7 in the opening
minutes of the second with a 64-
yard trust set up by Glacken's
19-yard toss to Chuck Drulis to
the Illini one. Jay Calabrese rip-
ped over from there and Mark
Caldwell converted.
Minutes later, Pinder broke off
tackle and through the secondary
-for his 80-yard touchdown bolt.
Later, Calabrese's fumble was re-
covered on the Duke 10 by Ken
Kmiec and on third down Cus-
tardo speared rookie Ron Bess for
a six-yard TD and a 21-7 halftime

Neither rain
nor snow
nor heat
nor Liz{

yards by Tom Barrington. Sander
crashed over from the one for the
Then the fumbles started, punc-
turing the Badgers' dream of a
homecoming upset over a rival
that has defeated them 24 times
in 35 meetings. There have been
four ties.
After the kickoff, Ike Kelley
jarred the ball loose from Chuck


Northwestern's second Big Ten
triumph in three games.
Northwestern was in complete
command from the opening kick-
off but left the field at halftime
with nothing better than a score-
less tie.
The Wildcats took the second
half kickoff and finally moved to
a touchdown with a 69-yard drive,
aided by 35 yards in penalties.

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