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Navy Halts Pitt

Win Streak




By The Associated Press
NNAPOLIS, Md. - Navy
cked Pitt from the ranks of
eaten college football teams
2 yesterday on the passing
running of Roger Staubach
a sparkling defense that sput-
d only twice.
.itt's scores came in the
'th quarter on long passes
1 quarterback Kenny Lucas
Eric Crabtree and Paul Mar-
the last with 22 seconds left
he game.
hie Middies stopped the Pan-
s cold, otherwise. The Navy
nse picked off four Pitt passes
alt a Panther attack that had
ed through four straight op-
avy, winning its fifth game
ix starts, opened the scoring
i a 36-yard field goal by Fred
lin midway in the . first
aubach, the nation's offensive
nnesota 6, MICHIGAN 0
nois 18, UCLA 12
chigan State 15, Northwestern 7
lo State 13, Wisconsin 10
rdue 14, Iowa 0
liana 20, Cincinnati 6
vy 24, Pittsburgh 12
racuse 31, Oregon State 8
nn 7, Rutgers 6 -
rth Carolina State 21, Duke 7
uislana State 14, Florida 0
mphis State 17, Mississippi St. 10
ssouri 7, Iowa State 0
xas 10, Rice 6
shington 26, Oregon 19 '
Force 34, Boston College 7
anford 24, Notre Dame 14
xas Tech 13, So. Methodist 6
ylor 34, Texas A&M 7
'oning 26, Utah 23
rvard 17, Dartmouth 13
lahoma 34, Kansas State 9
ssissippi 27, Vanderbilt 7
stern Michigan 18, Toledo 7
aaha 28, Northern Michigan 17
braska 41, Colorado 6
w Mexico 24, Montana 6
kansas 56, Tulsa 7
troit 14, Dayton 14 (tie)
;ppery Rock 10, Indiana St. (Pa) 7
.mson 35, Virginia 0
Borgia 35, Virginia 0
ryland 32, Wake Forest 0,
io U. 13, Miaml (Ohio) 10
rth Carolina 7, South Carolina 0
ntral Michigan 24, Illinois State 22
ginia Tech 31, Florida State 23
le 31, Colgate 0
Lbama 21, Houston 13
my 23, Washington State 0I
nn State 20, West Virginia 2
inceton 51, Cornell 14

leader, then broke open what had
been a tight defensive scrap by
teaming with end Jim Campbell
on an 80-yard touchdown drive.
He hit the big left end four times
on plays over center for a total
of 59 yards in the drive. John
Sai leaped over the middle of the
Pitt line from one-yard out for
the sco e.
Navy's other touchdowns came
in the fourth period, one on a
line plunge by Staubach from a
foot out and the other on a one-
yard buck by fullback Pat Don-
nelly. Both were set up after in-
terception of Pitt passes. Bob
Orlosky picked off one at the Pitt
35, and Campbell gathered in the
other after it was deflected by.
Navy tackle Jim Freeman at the
Panther 25.
* * *
Texas Drops Owls
AUSTIN, Tex.-Nationally top-
ranked Texas scored early and
then fought off a frantic Rice
passing attack to edge the Owls
10-6 in a Southwest Conference
football game last night.
With Rice quarterbacks Walter
McReynolds and Benny Hollings-
worth each passing for 108 yards,
the game was in doubt until the
final minute when Texas defen-
sive halfback Joe Dixon inter-
cepted Hollingsworth's long toss
at the Longhorn 10-yard line.
Texas ran out the final minute
and then Longhorn fans began
screaming "we're No. 1.,'
The Texas win left; the Long-
horns and Baylor as the only
teams undefeated in conference
play. They will play in Austin
two weeks from now.
It was Texas' sixth victory this
season and 10th in a row, the
longest current major college win-

ning streak. Dartmouth's 15-game
streak was snapped earlier Sat-
Texas scored the first time it
had the ball, moving 73 yards in
10 plays. Co-captain Tommy Ford
ran 33 yards off right tackle for
the touchdown, and barefoot Tony
Crosby kicked the point with just
about six minutes gone in the
* * * '
Wolfpack Rolls, 21-7
RALEIGH, N.C. - North Caro-
lina State smashed Duke's vaunt-
ed offense and rolled to a 21-7
upset victory yesterday to knock
the Blue Devils from the unbeaten
ranks behind the running and
passing of quarterback Jim Rossi.
A capacity crowd of 21,500 saw
State outplay Duke's defending
Atlantic Coach Conference cham-
pions and score its first victory
over the Blue Devils since 1946.
State's tight defense shackled
Duke until midway in the fourth
period when sophomore quarter-
back Scotty Glacken fired a 37-
yard touchdown pass to halfback
Jay Wilkinson.
Rossi, 175-pound senior from
Asheville, passed 39 yards to half-
back Joe Scarpati for State's sec-
ond touchdown in the second
quarter. A 55-yard run by Rossi
set it up.
State's Wolfpack, beaten only
by North Carolina in six games,
rolled 80 yards in four plays for
its first touchdown in the second
period. Halfback Tony Kiszarsky
went over from the six.
Stanford Upsets ND
STANFORD, Calif. - Stanford's
Steve Thurlow, a 200-pound half-
back who throws well and runs

better, smashed over for two
touchdowns and passed for a third
yesterday, spearheading the In-
dians to a 24-14 victory over Notre
Dame in one of the year's biggest
collegiate football upsets.
As a nationwide television audi-
ence and a Stanford stadium
crowd of 55,000 watched, the In-
dians broke a four-game losing
streak at the expense of a two-
touchdown favorite Irish team
seeking its third straight victory
over California opposition.
A senior converted this year
from quarterback to halfback,
Thurlow scored twice on five-yard
runs and on a fourth quarter,
fourth-down gamble, he passed
seven yards to halfback Ray
Handley in the end zone.
Braden Beck, a left-footed
booter, kicked all three conver-
sions, plus a 30-yard field goal in
Stanford's first victory ever over
the Irish.
Notre Dame marched 53 yards
in 15 plays for its opening score,
with Frank Budka bucking over
from the one.
Stanford struck back 64 yards
in 11 plays with Thurlow power-
ing the final five on the first play
of the second quarter. Five min-
utes later, the upset-minded In-
dians went ahead on Beck's three-
Notre Dame wasted no time in
regarding the lead. Ron Bliey re-
turned the kickoff 38 yards, then
the Irish marched another 53 to
score-this time on a 17-yard
pass from Budka to Dave Pivec.
Sewing up the victory, the In-
dians went 85 yards in 19 fourth
quarter plays, with Thurlow
rushing for 20, Ragsdale for 26
and Thurlow passing to Patitucci
for 17, and finally to Handley for
the touchdown.



As the early fans arrive for the afternoon of football, the' pressbox dominates the scene.

Giants Bid for Eastern Title

) I I

The big game in the NFL today
will be at Cleveland, where the
New York Giants invade after
being set back by the Browns at
home two weeks ago, 35-24.
The Giants are now two full
games behind, and their hopes
rest with ace quarterback, 37-
year-old Y. A. Tittle, who leads
the league in passing. If they lose
the game, their chances of catch-


W Harriers Slip By
spring Arbor, 26-30


" -

Michigan's cross country almost
t sprung on at Spring Arbor
sterday but held on to take a
-30 win.
Wolverine Chris Murray placed
st in the race with a time of
:23 but Spring Arbor's Tony
fsud and Barry May, both vet-
ms of Detroit area high school

leagues, took second and third
respectively to keep the scoring
close. The Wolverines' Ted Bene-
dict took fourth in 21:54 followed
by Ted Kelly in fifth for Michigan,
Dave Martin, who has been
handling the cross country efforts
at Michigan, was not disappointed
by the closeness of the meet. He
had a number of reasons for the
distance men falling off form.
"They really had a wierd
course," he said. "We ran on a
gravel road, an asphalt road, thera
through a sort of swamp area
and finished up on the track.
"The hot weather bothered us
a lot, too. Both Benedict and Ted
Kelly had stomach cramps while
running. I've been working the
guys pretty hard in order to be
ready for the Big Ten meet and
we really weren't trying to pre-
pare for this one. 0
"We should be ready for the
Big Ten (at Illinois, Nov. 9) by the
time it gets here."
Running for Michigan besides
Murray, Benedict and Kelly were
Dorr Casto, Bob Bartels and Jim
Austin. Austin and Kelly have
both been slowed by injuries this
fall. Austin sprained his ankle and
Kelly injured his leg. This is the
first time either has run over the
full four-mile distance this fall.

ing up with the Browns in the
East will be almost nil.
Cleveland's Jimmy Brown con-
tinues to be a nemesis to the rest
of the league with 931 yards in
six games, and signal caller Frank
Ryan is rated second only to
Tittle. Both QBs threw four
touchdown passes last week. A
standing room only crowd exceed-
ing 84,000 will attend the con-
In the Western division, Green
Bay will play at Baltimore in a
game which may have effect on
the Packers' chances of winning
the title for the third consecutive
year. The Packers are currently
tied for first with Chicago, both
teams boasting 5-1 records.
Starr Out
But Green Bay will be without
the services of their ace quarter-
back Bart Starr, who fractured
his hand in tossing a winning
touchdown pass last week. The
Colts are presently on a two-
game winning streak, and would
like to get even with the Packers
after losing to them three weeks
ago, 31-20. Kickers Jerry Kramer
of GB and Jim Martin of the
Colts rank third and fourth in
NFL scoring, and could be im-
portant factors in the game. Mar-
tin was the key man in Baltimore's
win over Detroit last week with
four field goals and an extra
The Chicago Bears, playing host
to an injury-ridden Philadelphia
team, must come up with a vic-
tory to retain a share or all of
the leadership in the Western
division race. The Bears will be
up for the game after being upset
by lowly San Francisco last week,
but the Eagles will also be hun-
gry for a victory after being
dumped by Cleveland a week ago.
The Phil's quarterback, Sonny
Jurgensen, was injured last week,
so Chicago is not expected to
have too much trouble in picking
up a win.
Although the Lions haye lost
the services of four men on the
defensive team, including captain

and linebacker Joe Schmidt, De-
troit still leads the NFL in total
defense and pass defense as Min-
nesota comes into town today. The
Vikings and the Lions have iden-
tical records, and the winner will
move out of a fourth place tie in
the West.
Seek Key Win
St. Louis moves into Washing-
ton today where the Cards' pass-
ing star, Charley Johnson, will
attempt to find a victory which
will keep them in contention for
the Eastern championship. St.
Louis still has two games each to
play with New York and Cleve-
land, and is currently tied for
second with the Giants. The Red-
skins have been averaging 23
points per game, but are still def-
inite underdogs.
San Francisco plays at Los An-
geles today after both teams
emerged victorious for the first
time this season last week. The
teams are evenly matched, with
their defenses being greater as-
sets than their offenses. The 49ers
should have an edge over the
Rams in that they defeated a
stronger opponent in previously
unbeaten Chicago.
Pittsburgh is counting on the
return of John Henry Johnson to
full strength to beat Dallas today.
The Cowboys weak defense should
present no great obstacle to the
Steelers. Another standout is
place kicker Lou' Michaels, who
is second only to Jimmy Brown
in scoring.
In the AFL today, the San Diego
Chargers, who lead $he Western
Division, will take on the Oakland
Raiders. Featured in this game
will be the league's two top
ground gainers, Paul Lowe of the
Chargers, and Clem Daniels of
the Raiders.
At Houston, the Oilcrs will clash
with Kansas City, as they try to
remain in first place in the East-
ern Division. The Chiefs will be
without Abner Haynes, and will be
underdogs, as George Blanda has
been on a hot streak for Houston
of late.


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