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SIX WIN, TWO PLAY TIES:
Big Ten Teams Have Impressive Day

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By The Associated Press
Who says the Big Ten is going
downhill?
On a Saturday reminiscent of
past days of glory, Western con-
ference teams swept through eight
intersectional clashes with a six
win, two tie record.
In the only game matching
league teams, Illinois justified its
favorite's rating with a 17-6 vic-
tory over Indiana. And the game
doesn't count in the standings
due to the Hoosier's conference
suspension.
Recording wins were Michigan,
Northwestern, Minnesota, Wiscon-
sin, Ohio State and Iowa. Michi-
gan State was held to a 7-7 tie
at Pittsburgh and Purdue came
from behind twice to deadlock
UCLA, 27-27.
Illinois received a stellar per-
formance from 5-8 quarterback
Johnnie Easterbrook in opening
its campaign on a winning note.
Easterbrook scored twice himself

and completed a 52-yard pass to
set up a third-period field goal.
The Illini fell behind 6-0 when
the Hoosiers drove 74 yards in 12
plays the first time it gained pos-
session. But Easterbrook brought
the home squad back with a four-
yard run in the first period. Gerry
Wood's conversion made it 7-6.
In the third quarter Wood
added a 25-yard field goal and
Easterbrook capped the scoring
with an 18-yard dash in period
four.
Michigan State, rated with the
Illini as the loop's top team,
needed a freak pass play to sal-
vage its tie at Pitt.
The home squad counted with
two minutes remaining in the first
half on quarterback Dave Kraus'
six-yard pass to end Mike Ditka.
66-Yard Pass
Then, with only five seconds
remaining in the period, Spartan
quarterback Tom Wilson lofted a
long aerial to end Jason Harness.
Pittsburgh's Ed Sharockman de-
flected the ball into Harness'
hands, and the latter went all
the way to complete a 66-yard
play. Art Brandstatter kicked the
conversion.
Tempers flared near the end of
the contest and erupted into a
fist fight which included several
members of both squads.
Northwestern, the first Big Ten
team ever to invade Oklahoma,
came off with a 19-3 decision.
LeAding the Wildcat attack was
fullback Mike Stock, who kicked

two field goals and picked up 86
yards in 12 carries. Northwest-
ern's two touchdowns, in the first
and fourth quarters, came on
passes by quarterback Dick Thorn-
ton.
Coach Woody Hayes' Ohio State
crew added some frills to their
"four yards and a cloud of dust"
offense and treated a capacity
home crowd to a 24-0 win over
Southern Methodist. The Buckeyes
converted two pass interceptions
and a fumble into scores. They
mixed their basic ground attacks
with the passing of quarterback
Tom Matte, who hit six times in
13 attempts.

Defending conference champion
Wisconsin got its offense rolliig
in the second half for a 24-7 vic-
tory at Stanford. Sophomore sig-
nal caller Ron Miller passed for
three touchdowns and set up a
24-yard field goal. His scoring
heaves were to Ron Stanley
(twice) and Tob Anthony. Erv
Kuensh kicked the field goal and
added three conversions.
Halfback Larry Ferguson cracked
open a tight game by sprinting
85 yards for a fourth quarter score
is Iowa downed Oregon State.
22-12 at Iowa City. The visitors
had overcome a 9-0 deficit with
two second half touchdowns be-

fore Ferguson's run put the Hawk-
eyes out of reach.
Minnesota rolled up a 13-0 half-
time lead, then hung on to top
Nebraska, 26-14, at Nebraska. The
Gophers drove 49 and 64 yards to
score early, then capitalized on
a fumble and intercepted pass af-
ter the break.
And Purdue, featuring a sopho-
more-laden lineup, scored on, a.
28-yard pass from Bernie Allen
to Joe Harris with 2:58 remaining
to gain its tie with UCLA at
Lafayette. UCLA tailback Bill Kil-
mer was the game's individual
star, passing for three scores and
counting once himself.

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By The Associated Press
Syracuse, the colossus of college
football last year, opened defense
terday by rolling to a 35-7 victory
of its national championship yes-
over Boston University.
However Mississippi, the na-
tion's top team in the current
Associated Press poll, won their
second game in a row, beating
Kentucky last night, 21-6.
In other top games of the day,
Washington crushed Idaho 41-12,
Kansas swamped Kansas State
41-0, Clemson downed Wake For-
est 28-7, Texas beat Maryland
34-0, Notre Dame topped Cali-

fornia 21-7, but Alabama had to
settle for a 6-6 tie with Tulane,
The powerful Orangemen
romped to a 28-7 halftime lead
and then coasted home to victory.
Ernie Davis, compared in many
ways with great Jimmy Brown,
now with the Cleveland Browns,
gained 121 yards in five carries
including an 80 yard tie-breaking
touchdown sprint in the first quar-
ter.
Syracuse rolled up 451 yards
while holding the Boston attack to
a mere 27, two on the ground.
Washington's Rose Bowl win-
ners cruised through their second
straight game without working up

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a sweat, as they scored all 41 of
their points in the first three
quarters. Sophomore halfback
Charlie Mitchel scored twice, once
on an 85-yard gallop with the
second half kickoff.
The mighty Rebels were ex-
tended by Kentucky, but scored
twice in the second half to post
their second straight win.
At South Bend, Notre Dame
made a successful debut before
nearly 50,000 fans. Senior Bob
Scarpitto put the Irish ahead to
stay early in the third quarter'
with a 35-yard sprint to pay dirt.
He also scored Notre Dame's first
touchdown.
Kansas, the first Big Eight team
to be ranked ahead of Oklahoma
in many years, had.an easy after-
noon against arch rival Kansas
State as they scored in every
period. Bert Coan scored twice as
the Jayhawks warmed up for its
clash with Syracuse next week.
Texas rebounded from last
week's 14-13 upset at the hands of
Nebraska to easily outclass Mary-
land. They rolled to a 21-0 half-
time lead, And then after a score-
less third period added 13 more
in the final period. Jimmy Saxton
started the Longhorn surge with
a 69-yard touchdown return of a
Maryland quick kick .in the first
period.
Clemson- lived up to their rank-
ing by - topling Wake Forest, but
Alabama had to come from behind
to gain a,6-6 tie with unsung
Tulane.
Quarterback Pat Trammel cap-
ped a 55-yard desperation drive
in the closing seconds, cracking
over from the four-yard line after
Tulane had an upset in the mak-
ing for the better part of 59 min-
utes.

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