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TAE MICHIGWTAN DAMI

Purdue, 21-14, Remains

Unbeate

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Middies Shut Out Penn, 27-0;
Syracuse Wins 16th Straight

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By The Associated Press
PHILADELPHIA - Halfback
Joe Bellino, Nevy's highstepping
All-America candidate, scored two
touchdowns yesterday as the un-
beaten-untied Middies coasted 'to
a 27-0 victory over Pennsylvania:
The running of Bellino and the
passing of quarterback Hal Spoon-
er featured the sixth straight vic-
tory of the season for the nation's
fourth-ranked football team.
Navy took a 7-0 lead late in the
first period on a 10-play, 61-yard
march capped by Bellino's one-
yard smash into the end zone.
Greg Mather, who earlier mis-
fired with the first of two field
goals he tried during the after-
noon, kicked the first of three
conversions.
The Middies scored in the se-
cond period on a two-yard plunge
by Walt Strobach at the end of
a 41-yard drive. They scored in
the third quarter on a 26-yard
sweep by Bellino, and in the final
period on a one-yard burst by Joe
Matalavage.
/ * * *
Missouri 34, Iowa St. 8
COLUMBIA, Mo. - The Mis-

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MIDDIE STAR-Halfback Joe Bellino, Navy All-America can-
didate, scored two touchdowns to lead his team to a 27-0
victory over Pennsylvania yesterday. It was the Midshipmen's
sixth straight win this season, strengthening their position as
the nation's fourth-ranked team in last week's Associated Press
poll.

NFL ACTION:
Lions Host First Place Colts

By TOM WEBBER
The National Football League
moves into its fifth week of action
this Sunday with both divisions
displaying close title races.
The hottest battle is in the
Western Division where the Bal-
timore Colts and Chicago Bears
are currently tied for the lead
with 3-1 records.
In the East the Cleveland
Browns have opened up a half
game lead over the New York
Giants, who were held to a tie
last week by Washington.
Toothless Lions
The Detroit Lions, who will host
Baltimore this week, have had
considerable trouble on the of-
fense this year, scoring only two
touchdowns, one of those coming
on a pass interception. The tooth-
less Lions have now lost three
straight and even a promised of-
fensive shake-up doesn't brighten
the picture.
In contrast, the Colts, led by
Johnny Unitas, have averaged

over 28 points a contest while
their defense has allowed only
14 a game. Unitas will also be
trying to extend to 42 the number
of consecutive games in which
he has thrown a touchdown pass.
The Rams, losers of four
straight this season and 12 in a
row over a two year span, will
face a Bear team which has al-
ready beaten them, 34-27, this
year. The Rams have been im-
proving steadily, but still possess
a weak defense which will have
the task of stopping the break-
away threat of Willie Galimore
and Johnny Morris.
The big game this week in the
West is the Green Bay-San
Francisco tilt. The 49ers must
win this week or face extinction
in the title race. while the Packers
are trying to stay with the Bears
and Colts.
Running Attack
The Packers feature a powerful
running attack with Paul Hornung
and Jim Taylor doing the ball-
carrying. Hornung, the league's
scoring champion last year, has
scored 29 points this fall, and
WORLD'S
FAIR
Union Oct. 28-29

Taylor leads the league in rushing
with 381 yards.'
The unbeaten Browns will face
a stern test in their game with
the Philadelphia Eagles. They
beat the Eagles in the first game
of the season by a score of 41-
24, but since then the Eagles have
won three straight.
The Eagle pass defense is ac-.
knowleged to be the best in the
league, but whether they can
adjust themselves to stop the hard
running of Jimmy Brown and
Bobby Mitchell remains to be
seen.
In another battle the Pitts-
burgh Steelers will try to keep
their slim title hopes alive against
the Washington Redskins.
Offense Leaders
The Redskins are beginning to
develop offensively, but the Steel-
ers are second in the league in
total offense and the best in rush-
ing defense. Two-thirds of the'
Steeler yardage this year has been,
picked up by the passing of the
great Bobby Layne. So far he,
has 'completed 57.7 per cent of'
his passes for an average gain
of 10.58 yards.
In a battle of the have-nots,
the Dallas Cowboys will tackle
the St. Louis Cardinals.
Dallas (0-4) has made a very
unimpressive start in its first year.'
in the league, while St. Louis,
winner of one game out of four,
has the dubious distinction of
being the fumblingest team. The
Cards have lost eight out of 17
fumbles and have had thirteen
passes intercepted.

souri Tigers spiced a powerful and
methodical ground attack with an
88-yard punt return by Donnie
.Smith and made the Iowa State
Cyclones their sixth victim of the
season, 34-8, yesterday.
The Tigers, ranked fifth na-
tionally, whipped the Cyclones
with surprising ease in upping
their Big Eight Conference record
to 3-0.
Sticking to the ground the first'
half, the Tigers scored on a sus-
tained drive of 57 yards the f;rst
time they got the ball and counted
on an 80-yard march and Smith's
long punt return to make it 2,1-0
by halftime.
While Iowa State was unable
to move against Missouri's hard
line, the Tigers added.two more
touchdowns in the third quarter.
Mel West, a great halfback, who
gained 104 yards on 20 rushes,
got one that climaxed a 72-yard
drive and substitute quarterback
Jim Johnson sneaked one yard
for the other.
Syracuse 45, West Virgina 0,7
MORGANTOWN, W. Va., -
Syracuse unleased a corps of
hard running backs and a fierce
passing attack yesterday to belt
winless West Virginia 45-0 for the
worst defeat ever pinned on the
Mountaineers on their home field.
The third-ranked Orangemien,
defending national champions,
took the opening kickoff and
marched 78 yards in nine plays
to set the tempo for the one-
sided contest.
The Orangemen, heretofore re-
nowned for their running attack,
struck for three touchdowns
through the air enroute to their
16th straight victory. This is the
longest winning streak crrently
in college football.
Speed merchant Ernie Davis.
who picked up 125 yards in 14
carries, scored two Syracuse
touchdowns, and Art Baker, the
ramrodding fullback, also got two.
Washington 30,Oregon St. 29h
PORTLAND, Ore. - Washing-
ton, the Rose Bowl favorites, had
to scramble from behind to edge
Oregon State 30-29 in a spine-
tingling battle between two West
Coast football leaders yesterday.
Quarterback Bob Hivner, re-
placing the injured All-America
Bob Schloredt, scored the tying
touchdown with a one-yard plunge
that climaxed a 64-yard drive with
just 2:07 minutes remaining.
A standing-room-only crowd of
36.833 watched as halfback George
Fleming then kicked the winning
point squarely between the up-
rights.
It was the running of fleet half-
backs George Fleming and Charlie
Mitchell that saved the day for
Washington. Fleming scored two
touchdowns and Mitchell one.
Oregon State got off to a 12-0
lead 4n the first quarter and had
Washington in the hole through-
out that period. In the second
period fleming and Mitchell
finally got their chance. Fleming
ran 38 yards to a touchdown and

GRID PICKS
Minnesota 10, MICHIGAN 0
Illinois 10, Penn State
Michigan. State 35, Indiana 6
Iowa 21, Purdue 14
Northwestern 7, Notre Dame 6
Ohio State 34, Wisconsin 7
Mississippi 30, Arkansas 7
Auburn 20,; Miami (Fla.) 7
Duke 21, Clemson 6
Florida 13, LSUJ 10
Georgia 17, Kentucky 13
Georgia Tech 14, Tulane 6
Rice 7, Texas 0
Texas Tech 28, SMU 7
Oregon 20, California 0
Washington 30, Oregon State 29
Colorado 19, Nebraska 6
Missouri 34, Iowa State S
Harvard 9, Dartmouth 6
Maryland 14, Wake Forest 13
OTHER GAMES
EAST
VMI 14, Boston College 14
Navy. 27, Penn 0,
Holy Cross 27, Columbia 9
Yale 36, Colgate 14
Army 54, Villanova 0
Princeton 21, Cornel 18
Rutgers, 8, Lehigh 0
Brown 36, Rhode Island 14-
Coast Guard 26, Worcester Tech 1'S
Marshall 6, Delaware 6 -
Delaware State 38, Lincoln 7
MIDWEST
Kansas 14, Oklahoma' State 7
Vanderbilt 23, Marquette 6
Oklahoma 49, Kansas State I
Ohio U. 21, Miami (Ohio) 0
Tulsa 34, Cincinnati 3
Eastern 111. 8, Eastern Mich. 6
Western Mich, 7, Toledo 3
Alma 13, Adrian 0
Northern Mich. 34, Western DI. 20
Hope 26, Kalamazoo 14
Hillsdale 20, Albion 14
Mankato 16, Mich. Tech 0
Ferris 29, St. Norbert 0
Olivet 14, Lakeland 7
Chicago, I1. 12, St. Procopius 0
. North Dakota State 14, South Da-
kota State 14
Luther (Iowa) 40, Simpson 0
SOUTH
Virginia Tech 40, Virginia 6
South Carolina 22, North Carolina 6
Tennessee 35, Chattanooga 0
Alabama 14, Houston 0
FAR WEST
Wyoming 15, Air Force 0
Utah 49, Denver 16.
Brigham Young 7, Montana 6
Montana State 26, Arkansas State 7
Utah State 21, Colorado State U. 0
Idaho State 77, Colorado College 8
Washington State 51, COP 12
Colorado State Colege 20, Colorado
:Mines 112
Arizona 26, New Mexico 14
SOUTHWEST
Pittsburgh 7, Texas Christian 7
Baylor 14, Texas A & M 0
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then in later periods Mitchell
scored on a 36-yard run and
Fleming followed with several
fine runs, climaxed by a 12-yard
burst through tackle, cutting the
margin to 29-23.
Washington, which now has a
5-1 'record, went into the game
a six-point favorite but sophomore
halfback Terry Baker of Oregon
State almost pulled an upset all
by himself. He passed and ran
for 302 yards, scored State's first
two touchdowns, and set up every
State score thereafter."

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