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LSU Upsets 'Ole Miss;' Syracuse


By The Associated Press

BATON ROUGE-Jerry Stoval,
a 193-pound starry-toed halfback,
streaked 57 yards to set up a
touchdown and Louisiana State
smashed Mississippi's dreams of
a National Championship with a
10-7 victory over the Rebels last
Stovall's dart through the Rebel
line came late in the third period'
anw paved the way for a 7-yard
touchdown run by halfback Wen-
dell Harris.
Mississippi, ranked second in
this week's Associated Press Poll
to Michigan State, lost its bid to
take -over the No. 1 spot when
the Spartans lost to Minnesota
earlier yesterday. LSU was ranked
BOULDER - Colorado sailed
through the air for a touchdown
in the final minute of the first
half and fought off Missouri's
fourth-quarter comeback for a 7-6
triumph in a battle of Big Eight
unbeaten football teams yester-
Missouri gambled for victory

with a two-point conversion try
but the pass from halfback Mike
Hunter, who pitched the 10-yard
touchdown pass, lofted hamlessly
over the end zone.
Colorado's triumph in clear,
crisp weather before 43,200 fans
and a Western television audience
sent the Buffaloes into undisputed
first place and into top considera-
tion for a trip to the Organe
Bowl in Miami. Colorado entered
the game ranked eighth in the
AP Poll and Missouri was tenth.
TUSCALOOSA-Alabama's de-
fense, as alert and staunch as
ever, provided the openings and
the Crimson Tide whipped Missis-
sippi State 24-0 in the rain yes-
The running of fullback Mike
Francchia and the running and
passing of quarterback Pat Tram-
mell provided the spark on of-
fense when it was needed, running
unbeaten Alabama's string of vic-
tories for the season to seven.
The Alabama defense, rated
among the best in the nation,
grabbed a Mississippi State fumble

on the opening kickoff. The Tide SYRACUSE - Ernie Davis
scored four plays later, with the smashed Jimmy Brown's career
game less than three minutes old, record for scoring and rushing
and never was in trouble the rest yardage yesterday, gaining 119
of the way. yards and scoring two touchdowns

in Syracuse's 28-9 come-from-be-
hind victory over Pittsburgh.
A rain-spattered crowd ow 40,-
000 saw Pitt run up a 9-0 lead
inthe second period before Davis
and his Syracuse mates got start-
ed. At the end Syracuse was crash-
ing through the Pitt line for
chunks of yardage. Three lost
fumbles by Pitt in the third period
turned the tide in Syracuse's favor.
Davis' churning drives for 119
yards in 22 carries boosted his
career total of 2,143 yards as com-
pared to the 2,091 Brown totaled
at Syracuse in 1954, '55 and '56
before he joined the Cleveland
Browns in the National Football
League. The two scores gave the
Elmira, N. Y. senior a total of
194 points to Brown's 187. The
22-year-old halfback is expected
to be the No. 1 man in the pro
football draft later this fall.

Jurgensen's Passing Powers
Eagles in Contest with Bears"

... breaks Brown's records ... leads Alabama.

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of Appointments-Seniors & grad stu-
dents, please call Ext. 3544 for interview
appointments with the following:
MON., NOV. 6-
U.S. Treasury Dept., Internal Revenue
Service-Feb. grads. MEN with degree
In any field for the following: Revenue
Agent-must have 24 hrs. of Account-
ing or related subjects. Revenue Offi-
cer. Special Agent-12 hrs. Acctg. plus
12 hrs. in Econ., Bus. Ad. Law, Educ.,
or combination thereof. MEN & WOM-
EN as Tax Examiners-2 yrs. college
including 6 hrs. each yr. in Acctg.,
Econ., Bus. Ad. or Law--or-24 hrs. pro-
gressively advanced college study in
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The Upjohn Company, Kalamazoo,
Mich.-Location of Work: Mich., Ohio,
Ind. Feb.,June, or Aug. .grads. MEN
with degree in Pre-Med.,Pre-Dent.,
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Sales Representatives. Must be U.S.
Jackson National Life Insurance Co.,
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any field for positions as Agents. Agen-?
cies in all major cities in state. Feb.,
June or Aug. grads. No citizenship lim-
TUES., NOV. 7-
The Kroger Company - Location of
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other Kroger Divs. & Manufacturing
Nnits. MEN with degrees in Liberal
Arts or Bus. Ad. for Advertising, Re-

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Feb. grads.
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to the scheduled interview date.
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NOV. 7-
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27 yrs. of age. Prod. Training Program.
Ethyl Corp., Baton Rouge, La. & Hous-
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Mat'ls. BS: Sel. Engrg. Both Men &

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evaluation; Tech. Service to Mfg.
NOV. 7-8--
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& Women, Des., It. & D.
NOV. 7-
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U.S. Gov't.-Defense (Navy), Design
Divs. of Bureau of Ships, Wash., D.C.
& other activities on East & West
Coasts-See Bulletin-Board Notice -
All Degrees: EE. BS-MS: ME. BS: Naval
Arch. Both Men & Women. Des., R. &

* * van BirocKln coacned before fe
DALLAS - Skinny-legged Jim got his current job with the Min-
Saxton sped 79 yards for a touch- nesota Vikings.
down to break Southern Metho- Us ueceivers RICK CASARES WILLIE GALIMORE
dist's stubborn resistance and Uses eBear's s Mr. Outside
Teas' u r rol0i t o tan Making extraordinary use of ... Bear's Mr. Inside.. Bear
kept it unbeaten and untied in Tommy MacDonald, Pete Retzlaff but the passing has been definitely sorely in need of just that p
seven straight games yesterday. and Bobby Walston, the same three cular ingredient.
top-flight receivers of whom Von aided.
Texas, the nation's No. 3 team Bocklinha s od, Jr n Eagles Still Roll Colts Meet Green Bay
and leader of the Southwest Con- Boki a ofnJresnI te'tpgms h
currently leads the NFL in passing And the Eagles continue to roll. In other top games the I
ference race, found SMU a tough .more Colts host the Green
ference rac, feg oundMU d tough with a 58.1 percentage, 1724 yards Today's game with the Bears Packers and the Detroit Lion
nut to crack, being outplayed in Pcesadteeri in
the first half when the Methodists gained passing, and 14 touchdown will be the 15th between the two vade San Francisco to wage I
twice missed scoring by inches. as aOe o ag teams. The Eagles have managed with the Forty-niners.
But as soon as Texas, got the to win only one of the games, and A loss by the Packers and s
the flyrunning attack, to say the least, that was in 1948 when the Eagles by the Bears would deadloci
the lyin Saxon wngin aronds not thriving. On paper, a run-
ball in the third period, it sent n t bakield o Cae, Paks, won a world championship. A vic- two team for first place in
right end with the touchdown that ning backfield of Clarence Peaks' tory by the Bears would even the west with even 6-2 records.
killed the SMU fight. iy Ray Barnes, Ted Dean and 1961 inter-conference series. The if the Bears beat the Eagles
*Tim Brown looks almost as good East currently leads, 4-3. the Cleveland Browns, who
ATLANTA-Georgia Tech's de- managed to live up to its potential Wade Key at home against the Pittst
fensive forces smothered the Flor- only once this season, against The Bear's offense centers Browns and the Eagles would
ida attack and the Yellow Jackets Dallas two weeks go. around quarterback Billy Wade,Brnad th6Eagle ur
capitalized on Gator mistakes for be deadlocked with 6-2 recof
a 20-0 vitcory' yesterday in a Backs Slumping fullback Rick Casares an - Lions Face 49ers
Southeastern Conference football It is hard to believe that the back Willie Gallimor. The Lions-Forty-niners
clash. Eagles' four running backs have Casares had a field day two offers intresting possibilitie:
It/ (was Tech's sixth victory suddenly lost their ability to gain weeks ago against the San Fran- their game five weeks ago ag
gainst a single loss and added yards, but last week's minus 12 ciSCo Forty-niners and Gallimore, do no wrong, and the Lions, I
considerably to the seventh rank- yards rushing against the Red- considered a first-rate running the Lions, the Forty-niners t
ed Jackets' credentials for a bowl skins would seem to indicate that back, is becoming addicted to contrary-minded could o
trip, something is amiss. catching 74-yd. touchdown passes.
Tip.s~mehingis aissright.
The victory avenged an 18-17 Actually, the real reason fpr the That brings us back to Mr. Rounding out the rest o
upset loss of last year and gave poor showing is that Eagle head Wade. day's card, the Washington
Coach Bobby Dodd revenge over coach Nick Skorich has redesigned Acquired only this past winter skins are at New York, th(
his son, Bobby Dodd Jr., a Gator his running attack with the in- from the Rams, \Wade has been Louis Cardinals play at D
quarterback, and his former top tent of aiding Jurgensen's pass- doing some consistently compe- and the Minnesota Vikings t
assistant, Ray Graves, who now is ing. This strategy has hampered tent passing for the Bears, who, to the coast to meet the Los
head man at Florida. the ground attack considerably, for the past few years, have been geles Rams.
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Gamma Delta, Luth. Stud. Club, Sup-
per at 6 p.m., Nov. 5, 1511 Washtenaw.
Speaker at 6:45 p.m.; M. Heintz; "How
God's Bank Works."
German Club, Coffee Hour, German
Conversation & Music, Nov. 6, 2-4 p.m.,
4072 FB.
* * *
La Sociedad 'Hispanica, Tertulia, Nov.
6, 3-5 p.m., 3050 FB.
*« *
Lutheran Stud. Assoc., Vesper Serv-
ice of Abendmusik by Buxtehude in-
cluding Cantata by Chapel Choir &
Instrumentalists & Soloists, Nov. 5, 7
p.m., Hill & S. Forest.
Newman Club, Dunkers Hour - Ci-
der'n Donuts, Nov. 4, After Game,
New.man Ctr.

Wesleyan Guild, Nov. 5, 7 p.m.,
Meth. Church, Wesley Lounge. Speak-
er: Dr. R. Fox, Prof. of Ed., "Why I
Believe in God."
Congr. Disc. E & R Stud. Guild, Speak-
er-Trim Bissell, Nov. 5, 7:30 p.m., 802
* *
Eta Kappa Nu, Business Meeting &
Smoker (Notice: Not Nov. 6), Nov. 7,
7:30 p.m., Union.
Grad. Outing Club, Hike, Nov. 5, 2
p.m., Rackham, Huron St. Entrance.
* s
U. of M. Folk Dancers, Meeting, In-
struction & Ddncing, Nov. 7, 7:30 p.m.,
1429 Hill.

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