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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1962

THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAt, NOVEMBER 12, 1961

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OLORADO, GEORGIA TECH BEATEN:

Upsets Spark College Grid Action

Michigan

at Midnight

Arkansas Tops Rice
HOUSTON, Tex - Arkansas
permitted the Rice Owls to cross
midfield only once yesterday as
the Razorbacks defeated the Owls,
10=0, on a slippery field.
The victory kept alive Arkansas
the Southwest Conference title
hopes for at least a share of
should someone trip undefeated
Texas.
Showers fell during a major
portion of the first half but there
was little rain as the Porkers
struck for a third period field goal
and a final quarter touchdown.
* * *
Duke Shocks Navy
NORFOLK - Underdog Duke
shocked Navy with lighting touch-
down strikes of 77, 45 and 54 yards
yesterday and won the Oyster
Bowl football game 30-9 behind
the sparkling play of quarterback
Walt Rappold.
The Blue Devils shot off to a
16-0 yead in the opening period
on two long distance shots by

blanking the Bears until the fourth
quarter. The Longhorns pounced
on Baylor's fumbles and snagged
the Bears' passes in every quar-
ter for touchdowns.
James Saxton, back of the week,
added his bit to the Longhorn
cause with a 66-yard run in th'
third quarter. He set up another
touchdown by grabbing a fumble
by Baylor halfback Tommy Minter
in the air and running it down to
the Baylor 11.
* * *
TigersRomp
CHAPEL HILL - Halfback
Wendell Harris scored two touch-
downs and kicked a 35-yard field
goal yesterday as mighty Lousi-
ana State routed North Carolina
30-0 for its seventh straight foot-
ball triumph.
A homecoming day crowd of 28,-"
000 and a regional television au-
dience saw Harris take a pass
from quarterback Jimmy Field
early in the first period and race
56 yaids to score.
LSU, 7-1 and roaring toward a
bowl bid, scored again in the first
period when halfback Bo Camp-
bell went off right tackle, cut to
the left and raced 54 yards.
* * *
Easy Victory
TUSCALOOSA - Pat Tram-
mel and his mighty Alabama col-
leagues, No. 2 in the nation, ran
up a quick three touchdown lead
then retired yesterday to watch
their understudies continue the
gridiron slaughter in a 66-0 vic-
tory over Richmond.
Trammell, the senior quarter-
back from Scottsboro, Ala., scored
one touchdown and passed for
another to run his season's rush-
ing and passing total to 1,089
yards before leaving the game in
the second quarter.
Alabama, completely dominating
the outclassed Spiders even with
untried sophomores in the lineup,
scored virtually every time it got
possession of the ball.
* * *
Ole Miss Wins
UNIVERSITY - Seventh-rank-
ed Mississippi methodically punch-
ed across two touchdowns each
quarter and overpowered little
Chattanooga 54-0 on a rain-
drenched field yesterday.
The winning Rebels were in
command all the way, thrusting
through, over and around the
Chattanooga line almost at will.
The Mississippi defense was
equally effective as Chattanooga
failed to make a first down from
scrimmage. The Mocassins had
one first down on a penalty.
S CORIES

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MUG-Behind the thousands of students, faculty, and alumni who use the
Union Grill every day lies the task of restoring the littered tables and floor to
order.

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JACK WILSON
... sparks Duke
Rappold-a pass to Jay Wilkinson
good for 77 yards and a 45.-yard
scoring run-plus a 31-yard field
goal by Bill Reynolds.
Then, when Navy was making
comeback gestures in the third
period, Duke's Jack Wilson inter-
cepted a pass by Navy's Ron Klem-
ick and ran 54 yards for the
moral-crushing final sco :e.
* * *
Notre Dame Recovers
PITTSBURGH - Sophomore
quarterback Fred Budka's spark-
ling all-round play led Notre Dame
to a 26-20 football victory over
Pitt yesterday as field goals of
45 and 52 yards by the Panthers'
Fred Cox went for naught.
Charlie O'Hara's 47-yard touch-
down ramble in the fourth quarter
turned out to be the winning play,
but Budka stood out throughout
the entire, wildly played contest.
Budka teamed up with end Les
Traver on passes that scored Notre
Dame's first touchdown and set
up the second. The young quarter-
back also intercepted two passes
and recovered a Pitt fumble on
defense. His first interception
started the Irish off on their sec-
ond touchdown drive and his sec-
ond interception halted a Pitt
march late in the fourth quarter
on Notre Dame's six.
* * *
Still No. 1
AUSTIN - The Texas Long-
horns lived up to their No. 1 na-
tional ranking yesterday by roll-
ing over Baylor's Bears 33-7.
The Longhorns stretched their
string of victories to eight by
Committee

FAMILIAR LANDMARK--Looming austerely in
the frosty night, Burton Tower keeps lonely
vigil over the darkened campus.

UGLI-At twelve o'clock the lights dim, the final books are checked out, and the
last student leaves as the Undergraduate Library lapses into a peaceful silence.

GRID PICKS SCORES
Michigan 38, Illinois 6
Minnesota 16, Iowa 9
Purdue 7, Michigan State 6
Ohio State 16, Indiana 7
Wisconsin 29, Northwestern 10
Notre Dame 26, Pittsbui;h 20
Columbia 35, Dartmoutn '14
Duke 30, Navy 9
Arkansas 10, Rice 0
Southern California 30, Stanford 15
Harvard 9, Princeton 7
South Carolina 21, Clemson 14
Tennessee 10, Georgia Tech 6
Texas A&M 25, Southern Methodist V
Nebraska 16, Iowa State 13
Maryland 10, No. Carolina State 7
Oklahoma 7, Missouri 0
Kentucky 16, Vanderbilt 3
Oregon State 3, Washington 0 /
Texas 33, Baylor 7
OTHER SCORES
Penn State 20, West Virginia 6
Rutgers 27, Delaware 19
Yale 23, Pennsylvania 0
Syracuse 51, Colgate 8
Cornell 25, Brown 0
Army 48, William & Mary 13
Kansas 34, Kansas State 0
Florida 21, Georgia 14
LSU 30, North Carolina 0
Wake Forest 24, Virginia Tech 15
Mississippi State 11, Auburn 0
Mississippi 54, Chattanooga 0
Alabama 66, Richmond 0
Air Force 15, California 14

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MIAMI (AP) - Utah's upset of
Colorado, 21-12, and Tennessee's
AJSTE 10-6 triumph over Georgia Tech
shocked the Orange Bowl Com-
122 E. Washington mittee yesterday at a time when
Cke yBR/EFS Sam J. Benjamin, it thought it was all set for the
OoPa SN c. NO s n, w I s. 27 LS&A, Owner New Year's Day game.
P____________C. ____K_____N______A,__WColorado generally was consid-
ered to have the bid sewed up as
Big Eight representative and had
Tech won it would have been in-
Jockey T-Shirts vited to the Bowl.
Now the committee doesn't know
what it will do.
and Jockey Shorts daW s o
"We'll just have to meet Mon-
featured at day and discuss the situation,"
said schedule chairman Van C.
Kussrow.
Kussrow said earlier he figured
the Sugar Bowl had Alabama and
S'C8 84 Louisiana State in the bag and
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Texas and Mississippi.
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Utah 21, Colorado 12
Soccer. Game'-
To End Week
The International week closes
today with a display of soccer at
its best as the St. Andrews Scots
will take on the Wolverine Soc-
cer club at Wines Field starting
at 3:00 p.m.
The Scots are rated as one of
the top three amateur teams in
the country. They were United
States amatuer cup finalists and
U.S. Open Cup semi-finalists in
1960 and '61 respectively.
The Wolverine Club has in ts
ranks players that are well known
in their home countries. The stu-
dent team represents 14 nations
and is under the leadership of the
experienced Venezuelan interna-
tional player, Augustus Matson.
Their captain is Mitch Oprea, an
ex-Rumanian and he will be as-
sisted by Nour-Eddin Aitlaoussine
of Algeria.
The most notable of the Wolver-
ine team are John Lees, of Eng-
land, and Rudi Dozaurer of Ger-
many.
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STUDY-For some, midnight is just a short break in the long
ordeal of studying for a bluebook or preparing a term paper.
Photography
by James Keson

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TOGETHERNESS-Mindful of the 12:30 per, a couple stroll
casually back to the Hill.

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