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By The Associated Press
NORMAN, Okla.-Mighty Notre
Dame slammed into Oklahoma
with a crushing football defense
and an opportunistic offense and
butchered the, previously unde-
feated Sooners 38-0 yesterday.
A partisan Homecoming crowd
of 63,439-largest ever to see a
football game in Oklahoma-sat
in dismay at Ara Parsegian's No.
1 ranked Irish exploded after a
scoreless first quarter.
The Notre Dame first string did
not play after the third quarter.1
Oklahoma, ranked 10th nation-
ally after winning four for new
coach Jim Mackenzie, was beaten;
into submission by a vicious Irishl
The Notre Dame offense didn't
get uncorked until the second
quarter, but when it did it ripped
into the Sooners for 17 points in
the second quarter and 21 in the
* * *
Uclans Bruise Cal
BERKELEY - T h i r d ranked
UCLA, behind the quarterback
wizardry of Gary Beban and the
elusive running of Mel Farr, beat
California 28-15 yesterday for the
Bruins' sixth football victory with-
out a defeat.
But a fourth-quarter Bear up-
rising for points gave the Bruins

a few uneasy moments in the
Pacific Eight Conference game.
Beban passed for two touch-
downs and repeatedly penetrated
Cal's defenses with his roll-outs.
Farr atook one of Beban's passes
for a touchdown and got another
in a 22-yard burst through tackle.
Behind 28-0, Cal quarterback




Barry Bronk celebrated his 19th.end Chuck Weber's leaping catch 1938 and first in the series since vis pass and scrambled 40 yards
birthday by rallying the Bears of a 15-yard touchdown pass by 1955. for an easy touchdown.
to two quick last period touch- Danny Sharp with 4:19 left in the The 1950 game here was a 20-20 Contrary to recent Alabama-
downs. tie. Vanderbilt games, the Tide rolled
* * * Big Eight Conference game. * The tie marred 'Missouri's per- to a convincing 21-0 advantage
issouri Tied Until the Sharp-to-Weber soph- fect Big Eight record, leaving the in the first period before the
omore passing combination jerked Tigers 2-0-1 in the league and Commodores struck back.
COLUMBIA. Mo.-Favored Mis- Missouri to life, it appeared the 4-1-1 for the season. Iowa State * * *
souri had to fight for its life yes- underdog Cyclones would get their is 1-3-1 in Big Eight play and B
te day to tie Iowa State 10-10 on first victory at Columbia since 1-4-1 for all games. Auburn Boots T CU


Cazzie Hits But Knicks Miss

Tide Washes Vandy
bama Crimson Tide sent six play-
ers crashing across the Vander-
bilt goal line yesterday and whip-

By The Associated Press
NEW YORK-The Boston Cel-
tics put on one of their patented
scoring bursts, ramming in 141
points in 3% minutes, and wenti
on to an easy 126-97 victory over
New York in a National Basket-
ball Association game last night.1
The unbeaten Celtics weathered
a Cazzie Russell-led New York
rally late in the second quarter to
take a 59-54 lead off the court at
the end of the half. The rookie
from Michigan poured in eight
points in the brief New York spurt
to bring the Knicks within two
points of the Celts at the close of1
the half.
But at the bell before intermis-
sion, Wayne Embry worked a
three-point play to give Boston a
five-point edge at the half. Then
in the third quarter the cham-
pion Celtics put the game out of
sight with their 14-point burst,
giving them a quick and decisive
75-58 lead which they never re-
Hawks Bury Wings
DETROIT-Two goals by Erik
Nesterenko and Dennis Hull led1
the Chicago Black Hawks to a
7-4 NHL victory over the Detroit
tRed Wings last night.
The Black Hawks carried a 4-3
lead going into the final period.
But Detroit's Paul Henderson
converted passes from Norm Ull-
man and Floyd Smitl just 351
seconds into the period for the
tying goal, his second goal of the

ped the Commodores 42-6 in a
Canadiens Trip B ruins tional Hockey League season with Southern Conference football
MONTREAL-Bobby Rousseau'sI a 3-1 victory over Boston. game.
power play goal midway through l Boston's Bobby Orr was off the Substitue Alabama quarterback
the second period was the winning ice with a minor penalty when Wayne Trimble threw two touch-
marker last night as the defend- Rousseau broke through against down passes-a 35-yarder to flak-
ing Stanley Cup champion Mon- Boston goalie Ed Johston for a 2-0 down passes - a 35-yarder to
treal Canadiens opened their Na- lead. flankerback Richard Brewer and
an 18-yarder to halfback Dennis
Homan - scored himself on a
Pro Standings one-yard plunge.
NHL NBA End Ray Perkins scored Ala-
W L T Pts.GF GA Eastern Division bama's second touchdown on a
Cnhteal 1 0 0 3 1 Boston 0 1t00. GB 29-yard pass from fullback Kelley,
Boston 1 1 0 2 10 5 Philadelphia 3 0 1.000 - the first time the Tide has used
Toronto 0 0 1 1 4 4 New York 2 2 .500 1Y/ this play this season.
New York 0 1 1 7 10 Cincinnati 12 .3332 penalties killed any chance the
Detroit 0 2 0 0 6 13 Baltimore 0 4 .000 3Y2 ealiskildan hnch
Western Division underdog Commodores might have
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS Chicago 4 1 .800 - had, and the opportunist Tide-
Chicago 7, Detroit 4 San Francisco 2 2 .500 1l> men were quick to take advantage
Toronto 4, New York 4 (tie) St. Louis 2 2 .500 1i1
Montreal 3, Boston 1 Detroit 1 3 .250 2/. of every break in the ragged
Los Angeles 1 3 .250 2 f2 game.
TODAY'S GAMES YESTERDAY'S RESULTS The game was only three plays
Montreal at Boston Boston 126, New York 97
Toronto at New York Philadelphia 141, Baltimore 112 old when Alabama defender Bob-
Detroit at Chicago St. Louis 133, Cincinnati 123 (ovt) by Johns intercepted a Gary Da-

AUBURN - Texas Christian;
placekicker Bruce Alford, with a
string of 65 extra points without
a miss, finally booted one wild
yesterday and Auburn came from
behind for a 7-6 football victory.
.The Tigers were held scoreless
by the tough TCU defenders un-
til sophomore quarterback Larry
Blakeney connected with a 37-
yard pass to Freddie Hyatt In
the end zone.
Jimmy Jones' conversion gave
Auburn the game winning point.
It was Hyatt's first appearance
as a wingback after two years as
an end.
Alford, a senior from Fort;
Worth, had an almost unbeliev-
able record of 65 conversions in a
row, dating back to his days as a
high school player.
The string was broken in the
second period when, kicking into
an 11-mile an hour wind, he sent
the ball off to one side.

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MICHIGAN 49, Minnesota 0
Auburn 7, TCU 6
UCLA 28, California 15
Nebraska 21, Colorado 19
Florida 28, LSU 7
Notre Dame 38, Oklahoma 0
Northwestern 24. Iowa 15
Ohio State 24, Wisconsin 13
Texas 14. Rice 6
Stanford 6, Illinois 3
Virginia Tech 24. Virginia 7
Brigham Young 33, New Mexico 6
Iowa State 10, Missouri 10 (tie)
Miami 14, Indiana 7(Fri. night)
Michigan State 41. Purdue 20
SMU 24, Texas Tech 7
Western Michigan 14, Toledo 13
WRutgers 37, Columbia 34
Mississippi 27, Houston 6
Marietta 6, Otterbein 3
Navy 21, Win. & Mary 0
Boston College 22, Buffalo 21
Georgia 27, Kentucky 15
RPI 57, Haverford 0
Penn State 38, West Virginia 6
Texas A & M 17, Baylor 13
Harvard 19, Dartmouth 14
Army 28, Pittsburgh 0
Syracuse 28, Holy Cross 6
Slippery Rock 25, Glassboro 0
USC 30, Clemson 0
North Carolina State 33, Duke 7
Alabama 42, Vanderbilt 6
Colorado State 41, Air Force 21
Tennessee 29, South Carolina 17
Georgia Tech 35, Tulane 17
Washington 10, Oregon 7
1 Wyoming 35, Utah State 10
Washington State 14, Idaho, 7
Oklahoma State 10, Kansas 7
Drake 37, Western Kentucky 21
Miami (0) 33, Ohio U. 13
Arkansas 41, Wichita State 0


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