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30, 1960

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

30, 1960 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

)WA, MINNESOTA ALSO WIN:
Ohio State Power Flattens MSU

For Direct Classified Ad Service, Phone NO 2-4786
from 1:00 to 3-00 P.M. Monday through Friday, an-d- Saturday 9:310 '11:30 AM

By DAVE ANDREWS
Special to The Daily
EAST LANSING . . . Crunch,
crunch, crunch went the Buckeyes
and. bobble, bobbletwent the Spar-
tans, as Ohio State ground out a
21-10 victory over Michigan State
before a regional TV audience and
record crowd of '6,520 home-
coming fans in sun drenched
Spartan. Stadium yesterday.
Two second period touchdowns'
and another in the third spelled
the end for the game, but luck-
less Spartans. They had three
drives halted deep in Buckeye-
land, twice on fumbles and the
other time by the agressive Ohio
Barly in the game, despite the
efforts of workhourse quarter-
back Tom Matte and bull like
fullback Bob Ferguson, the Spar-
tans held the Buckeyes in check.
Then with 5:56 gone in the second
quarter, Ulittle used halfback Bob
Klien broke through tackle and
sprinted 46 yards to score. Just

four plays earlier, on the same
play, he had ran for 13 yards
to the Ohio 36. It was the first
time someone other than Matte
or Ferguson had handled the ball.
Six minutes later the Buckeyes
had their second score, as they
moved 21 yards in five plays after
second string end, Tom Perdue,
had moved in untouched to block
Bob Suci's punt. Ferguson per-
sonally accounted for the last'
12 yards, going over from the
three.
MSU Inspired
The sudden Ohio surge seemed
to inspire 'the Spartans, who took
the ensuing kickoff and moved
67 yards to the Ohio eight. How-
ever two passes by Tom Wilson
fell harmless in .the end-zone and
they settled for Art Brandstatters
three pointer from the fifteen.
Following the third Buckeye
counter, coming on a 71 yard, 12
play drive, that ended with a 25
yard toss from Matte to Bob

Middleton, the Spartans bounced
back again. However this time
fullback Ron Hatcher fumbled
after rambling 17 yards to the
Ohio State 13.
Michigan State avoided total
frustration in the fourth quarter
with Just 4:17 remaining, when
Herb Adderley took Wilson's short
pass- on the sideline, bulled his
way past two defenders and
pranced 17 yards to score.
By The Associated Press
IOWA CITY -- Iowa's top-
ranked Hawkeyes easily defeated
Kansas 21-7 today without dis-
playing any of their usual razzle
dazzle football offense.
Quarterback Wilburn Hollis led
Iowa to its sixth straight victory
of the season. He scored in the
first quarter on a 30-yard run
and plunged one-yard for a third
period touchdown that gave the
Hawks a 21-0 lead.
Pointing to its crucial Big Ten
Conference game with undefeated
Minnesota next Saturday, Iowa
relied only on basic plays against
the Big Eight Conference team.
Kansas, suffering its second loss
of the season, was unable to move
into Iowa territory until the third
quarter. The Jayhawks turned
loose with passes in the final
period and scored with 1:52 re-
maining on John Hald's eight-,
yard run.
The defeat was the second time'
the Jayhawks were stung this
week. Earlier the football team
was put on one-year probation by
the NCAA for alleged illegal re-
cruiting.
MINNEAPOLIS - Undefeated
Minnesota, hurtling toward its
Big Ten showdown with Iowa
next week, mauled defenseless
Kansas State 48-7 today for its!
sixth straight victory.
With raw physical strength the
sixth-ranked Gophers turned the'
game into a routine workout for
their first place conference battle
and possible national title game
with Iowa.
State brought down a roar of
delight from sympathetic Gopher

partisans by hitting the scoring
column in the final 6 seconds on
a 40 yard pass from Johh Solmos
to Willis Crenshaw.
LAFAYETTE - Massive Illinois
shook loose halfback Marshall
Starks for two touchdowns, sent
in specialist Gerald Wood for two
conversions and took Purdue out
of the Big Ten football race, 14-
12, yesterday.
Illinois softened up the Purdue
defense with hard driyes of full-
back Bill Brown and crisp passes
from quarterback John Easter-
brook to end Ed O'Bradovich.
Purdue got off to a 6-0 lead in
the first quarter on a one-yard
keeper by quarterback Bernie
Allen. Brown blocked Allen's at-
tempted conversion kick.
The Illini, looking like the team
that was supposed to win the Big
Ten title, marched 70 yards with
the second half kickoff, with
Easterbrook completing passes to
O'Bradovich for 12 yards and to
Joe Krakowski for 10 and 8.
Starks zipped the last 11.
Illinois held for downs on its
3-yard mark in the third quarter,
then scored in the fourth on
Starks' 11-yard run, set up by
Easterbrook passes to O'Bradovich
and Starks.
* * * -
BLOOMINGTON -Mike Stock
drilled the uprights on two of
three field goal attempts, and the
Northwestern Wildcats went on to
score two touchdowns in the se-
cond half and beat Indiana 21-3
yesterday.
The first half was a 3-3 stand-
off although Northwestern had all
the advantage in the statistics.
Stock kicked a 20-yard field goal
in the second quarter, and Wayne
Nichols matched it for Indiana
from 31 yards out as the gun
ended the first half.
Stock kicked another field goal
from 21 yards in the third quarter.
The Wildcats converted, and In-
diana fumbled into a touchdown
in the same period and North-
western added another in the
fousth quahter against the tiring
Indiana defense.

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by The Associated Press
SYRACUSF,--Aroused Pittsburgh
shattered Syracuse's 16-game win-
ning streak today, whipping the
No. 3 team of the nation on a
14-yard touchdown by Jim Trafi-
cant and a 38-yard field goal by
Fred Cox.
Pitt, a 10-point underdog which
had won two, lost two and tied
two in six previous starts,
grounded Spracuse's air game with,
three alert interceptions and re-
covered three of the Orange's
fumbles before 41,872 fans, a rec-
ord at Archbold Stadium.
It was the first game Syracuse,
the No. 1 team of the nation last
yaer, had lost since it bowed to
Oklahoma in the Orange Bowl
after the 1958 season.
The last game it dropped in reg-
ular season play was to Holy Cross
in the second game of the 1958
campaign. It had won 23 of 24
since.
Pitt dominated play in this rug-
ged game, played in 60-degree
temperature and bright sunshine.
Twice the winners gave up the
ball on downs deep in Syracuse

territory in the fourth period,
passing up a field goal try to go
for a TD with a pass.
As the game ended, Pitt was
straining and clawing on the Syra-
cuse 13, still putting on the pres-
sure.
Traficant, a sophomore quarter-
back from Youngstown, Ohio,
faked a handoff to fullback Jim
Cunningham and ran 14 yards for
the Pitt touchdown early in the
first period. Pitt had grabbed the
ball when center Andy Kuzneski
intercepted a Dave Sarette pass
on the Syracuse 15.
The field goal by Cox came at
2:33 of the third period after he
had recovered Ernie Davis' fumble
on the Syracuse 25. Cox did a
tremendous job all day with his
punts, one a 54-yard quick kick,
his kickoffs into the end zone, his
field goal and his conversion after
the touchdown.
* * *
University, Miss.-Senior center
Allen Green kicked a 41-yard field
goa lin the final six seconds today
to give second-ranged Mississippi

a 6-6 tie with rugged Louisiana
State in a regionally - televised
Southeastern Conference football'
game.k
Green's second field goal of the
game erased the slim lead the
underdog Tigers gained on a sen-
sational fourth quarter touchdown
drive.a d
His late field goal gave the
Rebels a 10-7 victory over Arkan-
sas last Saturday and earned
Green lineman of the week honors.
A capacity crowd of 34,000 saw
LSU battle the favored Rebels off
their feet during the early stages
of the game as Ole Miss tacklers
seemed unable to dig in, except
deep in their own territory.
Green's tying field goad averted
a defeat which would have been
the first for the Rebels since they
lost to the Tigers 7-3 last year.
* * *
FORT WORTH, Tex.-Towering
sophomore Guy (Sonny) Gibbs
crumbled undefeated, untied Bay-
lor's hopes by running and passing
Texas Christian to a 14-6 upset
today.

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Gibbs, who operates better in
the daytime since he can't see
without contact lenses, passed to,
Buddy Iles for seven yards and
one touchdown. Then he ran for
21 yards and passed for 12 in
sending the Horned Frogs to their
second touchdown following a
costly Baylor fumble. He made the
score himself with a 2-yard blast.
Baylor, the nation's No. 7 team
and unbeaten through five games,!
was outplayed by a Texas Chris-
tian team that reached its height
of the season. It knocked Baylor
out of a tie for the Southwest
Conference lead and kept itself
in the running for the title.
PHILADELPHIA-Secood string
quarterback Harry Dietz sparked
a fourth - quarter touchdown
march capped by Joe Bellino's
second score of the day that gave
Navy a 14-7 victory over a sur-
prisingly tough, underdog Notre
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Bellino, whose fumble led to
Notre Dame's only touchdown, in
the second period, scored from 12
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The senior halfback from Win-
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Except for the early first quar-
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game ended by marching to Navy's
four-yard line where the Middies
held.
Late in the third period Notre
Dame moved deep into Navy terri-
tory but failed on field goal at-
tempts of 16 and 31 yards by full-
back Joe Perkowski. Halfbacks
Angelo Dabiero and George Sef-
elk sparked Notre Dame's running
attack.
LINCOLN, Neb. -- Undefeated
Missouri pounded Nebraska into
submission today 28 to 0 to run
its football win string to seven
games,
Scoring at a touchdown-a-quar-
ter clip, Missouri posted its points!
on a pair of short plunges by Don-
nie Smith, a brilliant 69-yard
sprint by Norris Stevenson and a
20-yard TD pass, Ron Raylor to
Norm Beal.

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