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Triumph Over Raiders in AFL;
red Musial Invited to World Series

NU Comes from Behind To Dump Indiana, 34-21


By ,The Associated Press

Yoho booted a 41-yard field goal.
The Bills tallied a touchdown 13
seconds later when Carl Charon
picked up Billy Cannon's fumble
off the kickoff and raced 19 yards
to the end zone.
Houston came back with two
touchdowns, one on a one-yard
plunge on a 15-yard pass from
Blanda to Hennigan. Cookie Gil-
christ struck for a Buffalo touch-
do'vn in between the Houston
scores with a one-yard dive
through the Oiler's line.
Musial Honored
NEW RORK-Stan Musial, re-
tiring all-time great St. Louis
Cardinals outfielder, will be the,
special guest of honor of the New
York Yankees and will throw out
the traditional first ball at the
World Series opener Wednesday.

EVANSTON - Northwestern
surrendered the ball to Indiana
six times on fumbles and pass in-
terceptions yesterday and then
came from behind on a 91-yard
touchdown kickoff return by Wil-
lie Stinson and a 34-yard field
goal by Pete Stamison to pull out
a 34-21 Big Ten football victory.
The heavily favored Wildcats
found themselves trailing Indiana
and senior halfback Mary Wood-
son 21-14 early in the third quar-
ter, when Indiana's sophomore
passing combination of Frank
Starvroff to Bill Malinchak click-
ed on an eight-yard touchdown
Stinson took the ensuing kick-
off and raced 91 yards for the
game-tying touchdown, and Stam-
ison booted his tough angled field
goal with 8:23 left in the game.

Northwestern then added an in-
surance touchdown in the final.
two minutes.
Until Stinson broke lose with-
his electrifying run, the seventh-
ranked Wildcats appeared headed
for defeat, although they twice
had led by seven points.
Tommy Myers, Northwestern's
passing ace, had three of his pass-
es intercepted. Nevertheless he
had a hand in each of Northwest-
ern's scores except Stinson's kick-
off return-.
Myers set up the Wildcats' first
touchdown with a 54-yard pass to
George Burman, who was brought
down from behind by Woodson.
Northwestern eventually scored for
a 7-0 lead. But early in the second
period, Indiana, after intercepting
a pass, went 33 yards for a score.
Woodson went in from the two-
yard line.
Myers hit Gary Crum with a
55-yard touchdown pass for a 14-7
lead. But Woodson set up the ty-
ing score with a 58-yard kickoff
return, and a 14-14 halftime tie.
After Woodson hauled down
Dick McCauley from behind on
the end of a 65-yard run, Indiana
gained control of the ball and
marched 80 yards for a touch-
down and a 21-14 lead.
* * *
Close Victory
SOUTH BEND - Wisconsin's
battering Badgers, behind all the
way, scored with 67 seconds left
on fullback Ralph Kurek's one-
yard smash to whip stubborn
Notre Dame 14-9 in the fighting
Irish football opener.
Notre Dame, under new coach
Hugh Devore, came out scrapping
and stormed to a 9-0 lead before
the Badgers, and particularly new
quarterback Harold Brandt, had
warmed up to the form that swept
them to the Big Ten title last
Southpaw Brandt, under great
pressure as the heir apparent to
graduated Ron VanderKelen, not
only took complete charge of Wis-
consin's closing 80-yard payoff
drive but also found a target rem-
iniscent of Pat Richter in rubber-
legged end Jimmy Jones.
Jones, 6-foot-2, 187-pound jun-

Ior from Washington, D.C., grab-
bed six passes for 100 yards, in-
cluding a four-yard shot for Wis-
Lconsin's first touchdown in the
second period and a one-handed
circus catch of a 16-yarder on a
key play in the Badgers' desper-
ate closing march.
That catch put the ball on
Notre Dame's 15. Then, the cagey
Brandt, who had passed on five
of the previous seven plays, faked
beautifully and sent Kurek dart-
ing on a quick opener 14 yards to
the Irish one.
On the next play, Kurek, a bull
for the Badgers with 21 carries,
clawed into the end zone for the
decisive touchdown with 1:07 left.
The Irish played Wisconsin off
its feet in the first period, march-
ing 86 yards in eight plays the
first time they had the ball for a
touchdown ' scored on halfback
Jack Snow's slashing 24-yard run.
Halfback Power
COLUMBUS-Ohio State threw
away its "three yards and a cloud
of dust offense" yesterday, turned
loose its halfbacks for the first
time in several seasons and defeat-
ed Texas A&M 17-0 in the Buck-
eyes' season opener before 81,241
The visiting Aggies, 14-6 losers
to LSU a week ago, were held to
a single first down in the first
three quarters, and made their
only spurt late in the game as
Ohio State's third stringers took
the field.
Coach Woody Hayes, who has
featured a fullback-up-the-middle
and a quarterback-rollout offense,
sent his scurrying halfbacks on 38
of the 58 rushes and they gained
183 of the 220 yards the Buckeyes
rolled up om, the ground.
Fullback matt Snell carried 13
times for 29 yards, but his big
efforts came on plunges for both
Buckeye touchdowns. He went a
foot for one in the first period,
and a yard for the other in the
Dick Van Raaphorst, who boost-
ed both conversions, kicked a. 37-
yard fourth period field goal to
end the scoring.


Paul Warfield gained 85 yards
in 18 tries to lead the Buckeye
assault, and Tyrone Barnett, his
halfback running mate, made 69
in 14 tries. The entire Aggie team
gained only 111 yards, 70 rushing
and 41 through the air.
Most of the Texas gains came
in the final period but three drives
were halted by a fumble, a pass
interception and a loss on downs
deep in Ohio State territory.
Fullback Jerry Rogers and quar-
terback Dan Mcllhany were the
leading ground gainers for the
Aggies, Rogers with 28 yards in
seven tries and Mcllhany with 42
in 11 attempts, most of them on
fake pass plays.
Ilini Wins
CHAMPAIGN--Sophomore Sam
Price of Toledo cracked nine yards
for a third period touchdown to
break a scoreless deadlock and
launched Illinois' football season
with a 10-0 victory over California.
Another rookie, quarterback
Fred Custardo of Melrose Park,
Ill., set up a field goal with his
passes in the last quarter. His two
aerials to Dave Mueller were good
for 24 yards, and he hit Jim War-
ren for 15 more.
It gave Jim Plankenhorn his
chance to boot a 28-yard field
Twice the alert Illini thwarted
the Golden Bears' aerial attack
in the scoreless first half by steal-
ing Craig Morton's passes. Mike
Dundy filched one on the Illini 13
to end a threatening 37-yard drive
in the opening quarter.
After California took over the
ball on the Illini 28 in the second
quarter, following a fizzled punt
by Mike Taliaferro, another inter-
cepted pass killed off what threat
there was.
Morton also was victimized con-
stantly attempting to pass by the
charging of such linemen as Bill
Kasko, Dick Butkus, Don Hansen
and Archie Button. He was spilled
for big losses just at times when
it looked as if the Golden Bears
were getting started.
Late in the fourth period, Dundy
stole another pass-this one by
Jim Hunt. He returned it 26 yards
to the California 10, but that was
as far as the Illini could get.
Price, Al Wheatland and War-
ren alternated hitting the line in
a 70-yard Illini drive at the start
of the third. But California held
for downs on the five and took
over. On the first play, Tom
Blanchfield's fumble was revover-
ed by George Donnelly on the 13.
On the second down, Price slanted
through tackle from the nine and
plopped across the goal line.
Plankenhorn booted the extra
x r a
Soph Quarterback
Daughterty's gamble on a sopho-
more starting quarterback and a
soccer-type kicker booting with
his instep paid off yesterday with
a 31-0 richigan State football vic-
tory over North Carolina.
Spartan signal-caller Steve Jn-
day, starting his first varsity
game, directed his team in a 73-
Yard touchdown drive as soon as
Michigan State got the ball at the
The scoring sequence was a
spectacular one. Juday passed
from the North Carolina 20 com-
plete to end Tom Krezemienski on
the eight. The big end saw he was
bottled up and flipped a lateral
to left halfback Sherm Lewis, who
went in for the score.
Lou Bobich, kicking soccer style,
made the extra. point.
Guard. John. Karpinski set up
the MichigannState three-pointer
when he intercepted a pass by
North Carolina's Junior Edge on
the Tar Heel 35. Bobich kicked
the 35-yard field goal in the sec-
ond period.
Karpinski put Michigan State in
position for a third period touch-
down when he recovered a fumble
on the North Carolina 26. Fullback
Roger Lopes ground out the big
yardage in the drive to the goal

Juday threw himself over from
the one foot-line for the score and
Bobich hit again on the extra
Lopes ran 76 yards through the
middle of the North Carolina de-
fense for a fourth quarter touch-
down that put the game away and
Bobich again connected for the
extra point.
Junior quarterback Dick Proeb-
stle scored a final Spartan touch-
down from the one and Bobich
kicked his fourth straight conver-
* * *
Tough Tie
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half Washington State surge
which erased a two-touchdown
deficit and gave the Cougars a
14-14 tie with favored Iowa in
their intersectional football battle.
Thy 19-pound junior sprinter
powered Washington State's 80-
yard scoring drive in the third
quarter, and then burst through
Iowa defenders for a 23-yard
touchdown with six minutes left
in the game.
The Cougars went for the tie
and Clete Baltes kicked the extra
point to spell Iowa's bid for its
10th consecutive season-opening
The explosive Cougar comeback
took the glitter off the showing
of Iowa quarterback Fred Riddle,
whose pin-point passing had push-
ed the Hawkeyes to a 14-0 lead
early in the second quarter.
Riddle, a junior who played only
five minutes a year ago, hit on
eight of 11 passes in the first half
for 112 yards, tossed for one touch-
down and plunged for another as
the Hawkeyes appeared headed
for an easy rout of their one-
beaten West Coast foe. Washing-
ton State gained only two yards
rushing in the first two periods.
Williams began ripping through
the Iowa line after the Cougars
took the second-half kickoff on
their 20-yard line. He carried eight
times to set up quarterback Dave
Mathieson's two-yard scoring toss
to end Denis Kloke.
Another Washington State drive
failed on the Iowa 15 early in the
last period before the final explo-
sion whih gained the Cougars a
Washington State took a punt
on its 36-yard line and halfback
John Browne burst loose for 40
yards to set up Williams touch-
down sprint which capped a two-
play, 64-yard drive.
Nebraska Sparkles
MINNEAPOLIS - Dennis Clar-
idge and fleet Tony Jeter teamed
up for a 65-yard pass-run touch-
down play early in the fourth
quarter yesterday as bruising
Nebraska defeated Minnesota 14-7
in an inter-conference battle.
Claridge, who passed sparingly
in a struggle of rugged defenses,
hit Jeter 25 yards upfield from
the line of scrimmage and the
lanky end ,outraced the Gopher
defenders the final 40 yards to
break a 7-7 tie that had held since
the first period.
Just to prove they had complete
command .of the windup, the
Cornhuskers of the Big Eight
stormed 82 yards in a clock-kill-
ing march. They barely missed a
third touchdown when Willie Ross
was stopped at the Gopher one
as the game ended.
Claridge's booming punts aver-
aging 44 yards kept the Gophers
in their own territory much of the
time. He throw only eight passes
-completing four for 89 yards.
Minnesota never got across mid-
field in the second half, with the
Gophers able to move the ball
only to their 45 in seven tries
after intermission.
Minnesota struck with surpri-
ing suddenness midway through
the first period for the game's
opening touchdown.
Quarterback Bob Sadek hit his
first pass attempt fr 12 yards to
Mike Reid, then connected on the
next play with a 44-yard pass to
Jerry Pelletier who made an over-
the-shoulder catch on the one.
Sadek carried over left guard
for the score to cap the 71-yard
drive in seven plays,
Purdue Outbooted
MIAMI-Miami pounced on ,a
Purdue fumble with less than four
minutes to go, turned the break
into a 24-yard field goal by Don
Cifra, and defeated Purdue 3-0
last night in a tough defensive
football battle.
It was fullback Gene Donald-
son's fumble, the second ..by a
Purdue player in a crucial situa-

tion, that set up Miami's victory.
Tony Sala dine pounced on it at
the Boilermaker 28.
Bob Barth, a Hurricane sopho-
more, crashed 21 yards. to the 7,
then surged to the 4. Miami's All-
America quarterback George Mira
hit Nick Spinelli in the end zone
but illegal motion brought a pen-
alty back to the 12.
Mira then threw to Barth at
the 8 and Cifra went in to kick
the goal.
Miami also 1ost the ball twice
on fumbles after marching into
Purdue territory. Bobbles by John
Bennett and Barth were recover-
ed by Lawrence Kaminsky and
Randall Minniear.
Before Cifra's successful boot,
each team had tried for a field
goal in the third period. After
Mira had passed the Hurricanes
down to the Purdue 19, Cifra's
kick from 34 yards out was wide.
A short.time later, Ron Di-
gravio directed Purdue from its
36 to the Miami 9, only to see
Hogan's boot from the 16 sail
wide to the right.
With about three minutes to go
after Cifra's kick, the Boilermak-
ers made a valiant effort to pull
the game out of the fire on Di-
gravio's passes to Bob Hadrick,
but a 54-yard surge.. died at the
Miami 25.

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