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16, 1960

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Wins; Purdue Upsets OSU

COLLEGE ROUNDUP:
Huskies' Schloredt Injure

rhe Associated Press
ITY, Iowa-Sophomore e
ei
Sammie Harris made a
tch in the end zone of '
Iollis' 39-yard pass with '
s left to give Iowa a 28- R
en football victory over a

Wisconsin's Tom Wiesner recov-
Bred.
It took the Badgers only six
plays to score with lterritt Nor-
vell diving over from the two.
Ron Miller pitched a strike to
end Pat Richter in the end zone
after the touchdown for two ex-'
tra points which tied the score 21-'
21 with five minutes left and set
'p the thrilling finish.

a junior quarterback,
Hawks into a 14-7 lead
iird period by crashing
consin's defenders on a
touchdown run, and
r put Iowa out of reach
line-yard scoring sprint
he fourth period.
Badgers drove 75 yards
' the game to 21-13. Then
sley fumbled the follow-
ff on the Hawks' 19, and
LORESI

GRID PICKS
MICHIGAN 14, ,Northwestern 7
Iowa 2, Wisconsin 21
Indiana 34, Marqette 8
Minnesota 21, Illinois 10
Michigan State 21, Notre Dame 0
Purdue 24, Ohio State 21
Nebraska 14, Army 9
Oklahoma 13, Kansas 13
Syracuse21 Penn State 15
Nvy 35, Air Force 3
Arkansas 24, Texas 23
Tenniessee 2, Aabama 7
Duke 17, North Carolina St. 13
Washington 10, UCLA S
Maryland 19, Clemson 17
Wake Forest 13, North Carolina 12
C~oloado 21, Iowa St. 6
TCU 14, Texas A & M 14
Holy Cross 9, Dartmouth E
Tugaloo 6, Philander Smith 0

* * * -
PURDUE 24, OHIO STATE 21'
LAFAYETIE, Ind. - Purdue's
productive Bernie Allen kicked a
32-yard field goal and three extra
points, passed brilliantly and ran
the clutch yardage yesterday in a
24-21 upset of previously unbeaten
Ohio State, the nation's third
ranking team.
Willie Jones, seiior Purdue
fullback, scored two touchdowns
on short plunges, then got the
third quarter clincher on a 26-
yard sprint.
The Buckeyes caught up 14-14
in the second quarter on a five-
yard plunge by massive Bob Fer-
guson and Tom Matte's 31-yard
pass to Tom Perdue. Matte also
set up the first one with a toss to
Charles Bryant for 47 yards.
Willie Jones' clincher touchdown.
came in a 32-yard drive that in-
cluded a 23-yard pass from Allen
to sophomore Dave Miller.
* * *
MICH. ST. 21, NOTRE DAME 0
SOUTH BEND, Ind. - Senior
quarterback Tom Wilson passed
for two touchdowns and Ike
Grimsley, who calls defensive sig-
nals, scored on a 35-yard runback
of an interception as Michigan
State yesterday handed Notre
Dame its third straight football
defeat, 21-0.
Grimsley, a senior and an out-
side linebacker, scored the first
touchdown of his career by steal-
ing sophomore Norb Rascher's
pass in the second period. Art
Brandstatter place-kicked the first
of his three extra points.
Minutes later Wilson hit junior
halfback Don Stewart on a screen
pass that was good for a 52-yard
touchdown, In the fourth quar-
ter, Wilson passed 23 yards to
Herb Adderley for another.
. * * *
INDIANA 34, MARQUETTE s
BLOOMINGTON, n d. - Indi-
ana's victory-starved Hoosiersy
battered Marquette, 34-8, yester-
day behind the relentless running
of 160-pound tailback Joe Maroon
and a surprise passing attack en-E
gineered by Willie Hunter.
Maroon lobbed a 35-yard touch-
down pass to end Earl Faison the
first time Indiana handled the
ball.
Minutes later Hunter tossed 20

yards to Nate Ramsey and Jack
Holder bowled over from the 5
for the score.
* * *
MINNESOTA 21, ILLINOIS 10
MINNEAPOLIS WP) -- Unbeaten
Minnesota survived wave on wave
of Illinois assaults and rallied be-
hind the three-touchdown salvo
of Sandy Stephens for a 21-10
Homecoming victory ,Yesterday.
Mauled and bewildered for.three
periods, the Gophers stormed for
two touchdowns in the fourth per-
iod for their fourth straight vic-
tory and second in the Big Ten.
Stephens, a churning 215-pound
quarterback, delivered the knock-
out with less than three minutes
left when he rifled a 41-yard pass
to Bob Deegan and then scored
moments later on a twisting, dodg-
ing run from the 18.
It was a remarkable flipflop
for Minnesota, a six-point favorite
that seemed at times to be on the
verge of being overrun by the nim-
ble quarterback option sprints of
little Easterbrook and the fullback
hammer blows of Bill and Jim
Brown.
But a weak, 20-yard punt by II-
linoi's Mel Meyers to the Illini 43
early in the fourth quarter lit the
flame to Minnesota's comeback,
Quarterback Larry Johnson, at
the controls of the Gopher second
team, herded the Gophers to the
8-yard line where Stephens took
over at quarterback and went in
from inches out for the go ahead
touchdown.
Minnesota's Jay Hook and Tom
Hall smashed Illinois' bid to coun-
ter attack and Stephens and John-
son drove the Gophers 74 yards in
six plays for the clincher.
Illinois grabbed a 7-0 lead on
Joe Krakoski's forward sweep
with 16 seconds left in the first
period. Stephens raced over froo*
the nine for the tying touchdown,
but Illinois seized a 10-7 halftime
lead on Gerry Woods' 33-yard field
goal.
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By The Associated Press
SEATTLE - Washington's All-,
America Quarterback Bob Schlo-
redt suffered a broken shoulder
yesterday but Bob Hivner took
over and piloted ,the iron-muscled
Huskies' to a. 10-8 football. victory
over the Bruins of UCLA.
Neither made any headway un-
til Schloredt was hurt breaking
up a UCLA pass late in the first
half. He crashed into the intended
receiver and was taken out.
The shock of his loss seemed to
spur the Huskies. They powered
from their 27 yard line to the
UCLAN 19. George Fleming, Wash-
ington's kicking star, dropped
back to the 28 and booted a per-
feet field goal to give his team
a 3-0 lead.
Carrying their momentum over
into the second half, Washington
hammered and slashed 81 yards
in 12 plays for a touchdown, send-
ing Don McKeta the final yard.
SYRACUSE 21, PENN STATE 15
SYRACUSE - Hobble -kJneed
Mark Weber, relegated to a de-
fensive role because of injuries,
intercepted a ,desperate Penn
State pass in the third quarter
yesterday and raced 60 yards for
a touchdown that led fourth-
ranked Syracuse to a 21-15 victory.
For Syracuse, Ernie Davis score
first on an 18-yard run and Don

King smashed over for the third
tally.!
* * *
NAVY 35, AIR FORCE 3
BALTIMORE -- Navy's gyro Joe
Bellino whirled to three first half
touchdowns while quarterback Hal
Spooner completely stole the pass-
ing thunder of the Air Force for
a 35-3 Navy victory.
Bellino, matching the three
touchdowns he scored against
Army last year, broke the un-
defeated Middies' first game with
the Air Force wide open before
the interml sion.
NEBRASKA 14, ARMY 9
LINCOLN - Nebraska's Pat
Fischer turned the tide with a
bull's-eye pass to Bennie Dillard
for a 57-yard third quarter touch-
down yesterday and Nebraska won
a football victory over Army 14,
to 9.
Army grabbed a 3-0 lead in the
first quarter on Tom Blanda's 27-

-AP Wirephoto
BREAKS UP PURDUE PASS-Ohio State's halfback Ronald
Houck (49) goes into the air to break up a pass intended for
Purdue end, John Elwell, (in black jersey), partly hidden be-
hind Houck, in the first quarter of yesterday's game at Lafayette.
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Michigan Dtai ly Classif ieds

yard field goal, and led, 9-7,
into the third period. Rec
the ball on its own 32, Nel
advanced to the 43. Then Pi
senior quarterback, got of
long toss. It fell squarely
Dillard's arms and the s
scatback scored untouched.
* * *
TENNESSEE 20, ALABAM
Knoxville - Unbeaten Te
see quickly converted two
quarter Alabana mistakes
touchdowns yesterday and c
Alabama from college foc
undefeated ranks, 20-7.
Alabama halfback Ray .
zese fumbled on the first p]
the game an Tennessee linet
Jim Cartwright recovered o
visitor's 18.
Five plays later tailbacl
Majors passed eight yards to
back Charles Wyrick for thi
of three Tennessee touchd
all of which cane in a 1
packed first half.

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CHET, SA4MPSON
Invites you to a program on
Tuesday, October 18
Room 3-G, Michigan Union, 7:30 P.M.
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OTHER GAMES
EAST
Pittsburgh 42, West Virginia 0
Penn 36, Brown 7
George Washington 0, Boston U. 4
Detroit 19, Boston Col. 17
Yale 22, Cornell 6
Harvard 3, Columblia 7
Princeton 36, Colgate ?6
Rutgers 23, Buckneli 19
Coast Guard 14, Amherst 7
Tufts 14, Lehigh 0
Massachusetts 34, Rhode Island 16
Rochester 20, Vermont 8
Slippery Rock 14, Indiana (Pa.) 14
New Hampshke 31, Delaware 14

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MIDWEST
W. Michigan 43, Washington (St.
Albion 27, Adrian 12
Central Mich. 29, Eastern Mich.
Michigan Tech St. 13, St. Cloud
Kalamazoo 12, Alma 9
Ferris 1, Indiana Central S
Hillsdale 39, Olivet 0
SOUTH
VMI30, Virginia 16
Georgia 2, Mississippi St. 17
Florida 12, Vanderbilt 0

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Oregon State 28, Idaha
Montana 26, Denver 12
San Jose St. 34, Stanford 24
So.California 27, Calfornia 1
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