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October 21, 1962 - Image 8

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Upsets 0SL4


Tops Iowa

MINNEAPOLIS -Surprising Il-j
linois, riding the aerial thrusts of
quarterback Mike Taliaferro, kept'
the pressure on listless Minnesota
most of the way but the Gophers
had enough offensive punch to
grind out a 17-10 Big Ten victory
The Gophers marched 51 yards
in the first half for a touchdown
and then added a 27-yard field
goal by transfer student ~Conlin
Versich and a last second touch-
down in the fourth quarter.
Versich, not even listed on the

Minnesota roster, made his only
appearance in a major college
game after transferring from Hib-
bing, Minn., Junior College to boot
the field goal that gave the Goph-
ers a 10-0 cushion that put it out
of range.
Illinois stormed back to move 74
yards to the Gopher eight, only to
have a pass interception by Bill
Munsey thwart the bid.
The Gophers then took the ball
92 yards in 11 plays to score 42
seconds from the end on a ten-
yard pass from Duane Blaska to
Myron Rognlie.

Blaska had. scored the first
Gopher touchdown on a two-yard
keeper around the left side early
in the second period.
* * *
Saimes Old Story
SOUTH BEND-Michigan State's
fiery fullback, George Saimes, scor-
ed on slashing runs of 54, 49 and
15 yards as the reckless Spartans
spanked Notre Dame 31-7 before
60,116 rain-splattered football fans
Although the Spartans didn't
wrap up the game until the second

half, they ripped through the Irish
for a whopping 411 rushing yards
against only 31 net for Notre
It was Michigan State's seventh
successive triumph over Notre
Dame and the second straight year
the explosive 187-pound Saimes
personally wrecked the Irish.
A 13-point favorite, Michigan
State led at halftime only 12-7,
but broke the gam ewide open with
19 points in the third quarter.
Soaring Saimes
Saimes, who streaked 54 yards
to score on the fifth play of the
game, definitely iced the contest



All Subjects

tre Dame's middle and rambled 49
yards, making it 31-7 for Michi-
gan State.
Notre Dame's only score came
in the first quarter after Sherman
Lewis circled the Irish left end
and bolted 72 yards for a touch-
down to give Michigan State a 12-0
lead and the makings of an ap-
parent rout.
Shutout Scuttled
In the only sustained Irish
march of the game, 45 yards in 10
plays, fullback Joe Farrell plung-
ed over from the one-foot line.
After that, Notre Dame's best
advance was to Michigan State,
19 in the final period against Spar-
tan deep reserves.
Last season, with Notre Dame
ahead 7-0 at halftime, Saimes
scored two quick touchdowns on,
runs of 24 and 26 yards to rally
Michigan State to a 17-7 triumph.
s * *
No Giveaway
C O L U M B I S - Northwestern
spotted highly-favored Ohio State
a 14-point first period edge yes-
terday and then roared back for
an 18-14 victory over the Bucks
to retain undisputed first place in
the Western Conference.
Thus the Ohioans, rated No. 1.
in the pre-season poll, were en-
tirely deflated after their prestige
had been punctured two weeks ago
by UCLA in a similar upset.
Halfback Bob Klein returned
Northwestern's opening kickoff 90
yards for a touchdown, and late in
the period the Bucks marched 71
yards in 14 plays to send fullback
Dave Francis over from the nine
for a second score. At that point it
iooked like a rout for the Ohioans.
Air Raid
Then Northwestern uncovered
its vaunted air arm in Tommy
(Gun) Myers, sophomore from
Troy, Ohio, and the Wildcats mov-
ed on to victory. In the second
quarter after Chuck Logan had
hit quarterback Joe Sparma ,be-
hind the line, shaking the ball
loose for a recovery by Jack Cver-
cko, Northwestern moved 42 yards
in ten plays with Myers hitting
Paul Flatley with a nine-yard
scoring pass.
Late in the period, Roland Wahl
intercepted a Sparma pass and 11
plays and 53 yards later fullback
Bill Swingle was in Ohio's end
zone on a one-foot plunge. Both
attempts for two point conver-
sions failed, and Ohio clung to
a narrow 14-12 edge.
The payoff came with about five
minutes to go in the final period
as the 'Cats stole Ohio ground-

eating thunder and rushed 42 yards
in six plays with Steve Murphy
scoring from the one.
Two Bad
Ohio had two touchdowns nulli-
fied by penalties in the third quar-
ter. Bob Scott, sophomore full-
back, intercepted a pass and ran
62 yards for an apparent score only
to have it nullified by a pass inter-
ference penalty. Then Ohio moved
72 yards to the one from where
Bob Butts banged over only to
have a backfield-in-motion call
erase that score.
After Northwestern went ahead
Ohio had the ball twice on North-
western's 12 after pass interference
calls, but Northwestern halted
Sparma's late passing flurry and
took the ball on downs on the
Myers completed 18 of 30 passes
for 177 yards and Flatley caught
two of them for 97 yards and a
A crowd of 84,376, largest ever
to fill Buckeye Stadium, witnessed
the homecoming fray which wound
up with Ohio having a 2-2 record
and Northwestern 4-0.
* * *
Almost * *
SPOKANE - A 50-yard touch-
down pass from Dave Mathieson

to All-America candidate Hugh
Campbell with just 1:18 left
brought Washington State a 21-15
football victory over Indiana yes-
Campbell, who appeared to be
covered by Nate Ramsey, pulled in
the perfect pass on about the ten
and knocked over the corner flag
as he fell into the end zone.
Just moments before, Indiana
had also battled from behind and
gone into a temporary one point
lead on a gamble for a two-point
Campbell, who had a sore ankle
was sensational in the Cougars'
21-point fourth quarter outburst.
On the previous drive, he had
made a leeaping catch of a Math-
ieson pass on about the ten and
had fought his way inside the
four. Mathieson to Campbell com-
pletions also accounted for much
of the yardage on the first Cougar
Hoosiers Rally
After going behind by a touch-
down, as Washington State scored
the secgnd time in the fourth per-
ior, Woody Moore unwound on a
series of completions that carried
the Hoosiers 70 yards in eight
plays. The payoff came off on a
three-yard throw to Ramsey in the
end zone and then Moore hit Mary
Woodson with a two-pointer that
gave Indiana its last lead.
Indiana had scored the first
time| it got possession in the sec-
ond half moving 53 yards in 13
plays. The Hoosiers stayed on the
ground on the way except for a
key 11 yard pass from Moore to
Jim Bailey. Woodson finally went
over from the two.

. fierce Wildcat

Thousands at 19c and up


early in the third period. He in-
tercepted an Irish pass on Notre
Dame's 21 and four plays later
on a fourth-down-and-four situ-
ation broke loose from a scrim-
mage line jam and raced 15 yards
for an 18-7 Spartan lead.
In the third period on fourth
down and eight quarterback Pete
Smith tossed an 11-yard touch-
down passto end Dick Flynn. Just
before the third quarter ended, the
inspired Saimes broke through No-.

Scores Twice
Fullback George Reed
twice for WSU on plungesc
and two yards.

of one

I and ran for two other touchdowns
from nine and four yards out.
Iowa jumped off to a 7-0 lead in
the first period as Szykowny con-
nected with Cloyd Webb on a 56-
yard overhead maneuver. The
Badgers tied the count in the sec-
ond periodas Vander Kelen and
end Elmars Ezerins combined on
a 35-yard pass play and then went
inl front on Smith's nine-yard
However, Wisconsin quickly scor-
ed twice more on Vander Kelen's
pass to Smit hand a two-yard
dive into the end zone by sopho-
more Cal Silvestri.
Keeps String Intact
The Badgers added two more
touchdowns in the third period as
Smith cracked the line from the
four and Vander Kelen passed four
yards to All-America candidate
end Pat Richter in the end zone.
It marked the eighth straight game
since 1961 that Richter has haul-
ed down at least one scoring pass.
Vander Kelen, who is making
Wisconsin fans forget about the
departing Ron Miller, completed 18
of 28 passes for 202 yards and car-
ried the ball five times for 51
yards. At least four of his passes
were off the fingertips of intend-
ed receivers.
The Badgers, whose offense
sputtered in the opening period,
marched 71 yards in eight plays
for their initial touchdown. Then,
on the ensuing kickoff, Richter
recovered a fumble on the Iowa 14
and two plays later Smith burst
through tackle for another tally.
Iowa tied it up at 14-14, but a 62
yard march in five plays put Wis-
consin ahead to stay.
L ._-_
Purdue 37, Michigan 0
Northwestern 18, Ohio State 14
Michigan State 31, Notre Dame 7
Minnesota 17, Illinois 0
Wisconsin 42 Iowa 14
Washington St. 21, Indiana 0
Navy 26, Boston College 6
Harvard 36, Columbia 14
Dartmouth 10, Holy Cross 0
Penn St. 20, Syracuse 19
Pittsburgh 8, UCLA 6
Auburn 17, Georgia Tech 14
Duke 16, Clemson 0
Florida St. 18, Georgia 0
North Carolina 19, South Carolina 14
Oklahoma 13, Kansas 7
New Mexico 7, Utah 7 (tie)
Washington 14, Stanford 0
Penn 18, Brown 15
Rutgers 29, Lehigh 13
Colgate 1, Princeton 15
Army 20, Virginia Tech 12
ale 2f, Cornell s
Villanova 22, Delaware 10
West Virginia 27, Geo. Washington 25
Nebraska 26. Kansas State 6
Kalamazoo 19, Albion 12
Ohio University 12, Miami (Ohio) 6
No. Illinois 14, W. Illinois O
Western Michigan 21, Toledo 0
Iowa State 57; Colorado 19
Missouri 32, Oklahoma State 6
W. Reserve 0, Wayne State (Mich) 0
Xavier (Ohio) 23, Dayton 6
LSU 7, Kentucky 0
Virginia 14, Wake Forest 12
Florida 42, Vanderbilt 7
Alabama 27, Tennessee 7
William & Mary 21, Furman 7
VMII 20, Davidson 7
Wyoming 31, Arizona 8
New Mexico 7, Utah 7 (tie)
Southern Caligornia 32, California 6
Oregon 35, Air Force 20
Washington State 21, Indiana 15
Oregon State 40, Univ. of Pacific 6
Washington 14, Stanford 0
Texas Christian 20, Texas A & M 14
Southern Methodist 15, Rice 7
Texas 7, Arkansas 3

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After his second touchdown, it
appeared WSU lost a chance for a
tie when Campbell took Mathie-
son's two point conversion pass on
about the two but couldn't make it
The two point throw was good
after the second touchdown, how-
ever, to Campbell in the end zone.
Hoosier threats in the first and
second quarters ended on the four
and 10 yard lines. The first time a
fourth down pass by Moore was in-
complete by inches and in the sec-
ond quarter Luke George's field
goal attempt from the 17 was wide
to the right.
Indiana outgained WSU on the
ground 215 yards to 79 and the
Cougars had only a slight 134 to
126 yard advantage in passing.
* s *
Hawkeyes Bombed
MADISON-Undefeated Wiscon-
sin, the nation's tenth ranked
football power, rolled to its fourth
straight. victory by crushing Big
Ten rival Iowa 42-14 with the
help of a 28-point second period
The surprising young Badgers
survived an aerial blitz by Iowa's
Matt Szykowny and exploded with
an awesome attack engineered by
quarterback Ron Vander Kelen.
The slick Wisconsin signal-call-
er, a senior who had seen only a
minute and a half of varsity action
before this season, passed for three
touchdowns and set up the others
for his fleet of swift, hard-hitting
Pinto Prances
Sophomore Ron (Pinto) Smith
led the scoring parade with three
touchdowns. He caught a 10-yard
scoring toss from Vander Kelen

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