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EAST LANSING VP)-Gary Ball-
man, a sturdy Detroit sophomore
playing with a finger in a cast,
scored two touchdowns and kept
Michigan State in Big Ten conten-
tion with a 14-6 victory over In-
diana yestierday.
Ballmann, a right half who was
an uncertain starter because of
the painful injury, caught a 20-
yard pass from Dean Look for the
first score in the second quarter.
He bolted 25 yards through left
guard for the second touchdown
in the third period.
Art Brandstatter, another soph-
omore, kicked both extra points.
Indiana was put in position for
its last-period touchdown by a
49-yd. pass from big John Henry
Jackson to Ted Aucreman, who
escaped to the one. Three plays
later, Jackson passed to Earl Fai-
son for the score. A Jackson pass
for the two-point conversion failed.
Michigan State, an outfit with
alternate losing and winning Sat-
urdays the first of the season,
looked like a team that had finally
jelled to the 54,611 homecoming.
fans at Spartan Stadium.
Michigan State defenders were
forced to make a magnificent goal
line stand in the closing minutes
of the game.
The Spartan line held the Hoos-
iers on four plays at the Michigan
State four and took over the ball
on downs.
The Spartans now have won' two
and lost one in the Conference.
Indiana has won one and lost two.
* * *
Northwestern 30,: Notre Dame 24
SOUTH BEND P)-The talent
of Northwestern quarterback John
Talley; who threw three touch-
down passes and raced 61 yards to

score, overmatched the luck of the
Irish yesterday as the second-
ranked Wildcats defeated Notre
Dame 30-24.
This fifth straight Northwestern
victory of the season was the
Wildcats' first over Notre Dame
since 1940 and only their fourth
triumph against 23 defeats and 2
ties in a scrappy series which had
lapsed after 1948.
Talley, rangy, 175-pound senior
from Delaware, 0., hurled touch-
down passes covering 78, 54 and 18
yards. The only one of Northwest-
ern's five touchdowns in which
Talley failed to figure was the
second Wildcat score which came
on a 3-yard run by Ray Purdin.
Notre Dame's three touchdowns
-two of them scored by halfback
Bob Scarpitto-and Monty Stick-
le's 38-yard field goal, all came on
Northwestern miscues.
Wildcat fumbles on their own
2 and 12 yard lines were directly
responsible for Irish touchdowns.
And a 52-yard pass play, from
Notre Dame's Don White to Scar-
pitto worked for a score only be-
cause a Wildcat defender tipped
the ball into Scarpitto's hands.
After Northwestern took an 18-7
halftime lead, the Irish outscored
the Wildcats, 17 to 12 in a rousing
second half.,
Penn State 20, Illinois 9.
CLEVELAND (IP)-Quarterback
Richie Lucas shrugged off four
pass interceptions yesterday to
lead eighth-ranked Penn State to
a 20-9 victory over Illinois in an
intersectional contest.
The classy signal - caller from
Glassport, Pa. intercepted two
passes himself, scored a touch-
down, ran 16 times for 66 yards
and passed for 71 yards to ac-
count for more than half the Nit-
tany Lions' total yardage.
Illinois converted two breaks
into its scores. Turning a recovered
fumble into a 30-yard field goal
by Cliff Roberts in the opening
period and a pass interception in-
to a second-period touchdown by
fullback Bill Brown.
But Penn State went the long
way to get its first two scores. The
victors marched 65 yards in nine
plays in the first period with Lucas
going the last four on a keeper
play. In the second period, the
Lions went 51 yards in four plays
in a drive spanning the first-sec-
and quarter intermission with
halfback Dick Pae scoring from
the one-yard line.
The third score was practically
a gift. In the third session Gary
Kolb of Illinois intercepted a pass
on his own two and on the next
play Brown fumbled and Pat Botu-
la recovered for Penn State. The
Lions needed two plays before Dick
Hoak scored the final points.
Sam Stellatella, Penn State
tackle, booted his 12th and 13th
conversions without a miss after
the first two touchdowns, but a
pass, failed as the Lions went for
two points on the last one.

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MICHIGAN STATE HERO-Gary Ballman, sophomore right
halfback for the Spartans, scored both touchdowns yesterday
for the rampaging Staters. Since, his finger was ina cast he was
a doubtful starter for the game, but instead, ended up the, day's
hero.

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GAINESVILLE, Fla. (AP)-Louisi-v
ana State's alert defense pounced
on Florida mistakes yesterday and
the nation's No. 1 football team
whipped the stubborn Gators 9-0.
The hard-charging Tiger line,
led by guard Emile Fournet and
tackle Bo Strange, prevented Flor-
ida from getting a punt away and
set up Billy Cannon's touchdown
in the second quarter. A little later
end Gaynell Kinchen intercepted a
pass and halfback Wendell Harris
booted his fifth straight field goal
of the season.
Florida almost turned the tables
in the final quarter, snapping .up
two LSU fumbles and riding the
passing of Dick Allen and Jack
Jones into the shadow of the LSU
goal.
The victory was, LSU's 18th
straight and the Tigers still have
not yielded a touchdown this sea-
son.
-.. , *
Oklahoma 7, Kansas 6
NORMAN, Okla. (P-Oklahoma's
Sooners preserved their kingpin
pole in the Big Eight Conference,
with a squeakish 7-6 victory over
the stubborn Kansas Jayhawks
before, 50,000 fans at Owen Sta-
dium yesterday.
The Sooners' triumph enabled
them to vault into the Conference
lead with a 3-0 record and it was
their 74th league game without
defeat.
Oklahoma held the upper hand
after quarterback Bobby Boyd per-
sonally took command of the Soon-
er offense with 7 minutes remain-
ing in the second quarter. He re-
turned a punt 44 yards to the
Kansas 36 and seven plays later'
Boyd plunged over for a touch-
down going about a half-foot on
the third down. Boyd also ripped
off gains of 13 and 11 yards in
the drive.

Syracuse 44, West Virginia 0
SYRACUSE (A) - Sophomore
halfback Ernie Davis .led a devas-
tating Syracuse attack yesterday
that humbled West Virginia 44-0.
It was the fifth straight lopsided
football triumph for the unbeaten
Orangemen, ranked sixth nation-
ally.
The east's top team, geared byj
vicious line; play, exploded for 23
points in a big second quarter that
featured a 57-yard scoring run by
Davis.

terback Jim Maxfield sparked
touchdown di'ives of 70 and 74
yards to 'put the Middies ahead 22-
19. That set the stage for Shaw's
dramatic kick with just a minute
and 46 seconds of the game left.
Mississippi 28, Arkansas 0
MEMPHIS (A) - With power-
house fullback Charlie Flowers
ripping Arkansas' line to tatters,
mighty Mississippi man - handled
the Razorbacks 28-0 yesterday.
Flowers rammed over two Ole
Miss touchdowns in a bitter first
half scramble that left the Razor-
backs reeling. Halfback Dewey
Partridge and quarterback Jake
Gibbs also hit paydirt for the
Rebels.
The heavy but agile Mississippi
line kept the frustrated Porkers
bottled up most of the game. A
ferocious goal line stand late in
the game stopped the Hogs' best
effort on the Ole Miss five.

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Penn 22, Navy 22
PHILADELPHIA (P) - Under-
dog Penn restored some prestige.
to the Ivy League yesterday by
coming from behind twice to
deadlock Navy 22-22, on Ed Shaw's
24-yard field goal in the closing
minutes.
The unbeaten and fired - up
Quakers outplayed Navy for three
quarters until second string quar-

When it
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You Can't neat the New
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It's Available NOW at
MICHIGAN
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Headquarters for
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West Liberty, NO 8-8278. C93
UTILITY APT. with stove, refrigerator
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C92
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'55 Chevy ..........$445
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'55 Pontiac .........$425
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51 MG, new motor, excellent condi-
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'52 PLYMOUTH 4 dr., heater, radio, low
mileage.$175. NO 3-1857 after 5. N27:
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Openings for experienced,, qualified'
secretaries and stenographers in-
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challenge and opportunity for
growth. Excellent salary, fringe
benefits and good working condi-
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BENDIX SYSTEMS DIVISION
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3300 Plymouth Road, Ann Arbor7
H43
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FOR TODAY'S breakfast why not buy
'ome lox, cream cheese, bagels, onion
rolls, or assorted Danish pastry? Plan
ahead also . . . later in the week
we'll have smoked whitefish, gefitle
fish, kosher soups, pastrami, and
corned beef. Shop at Ralph's for these
delicious foods.
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709 Packard N02-3175
FAST, ACCURATE TYPING at reason-
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BUSINESS PERSONAL
DID YOU LOOK at your calendar to-
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might be around to take your finals
in February. Lumbard's, 1225 S. Univ.
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"THE CURRENT Impressionistic style
which is so preponderant in modern
analyzations, are, quite clearly con-
nected with stages: of fixa tions,- as
outlined in the latest edition of the
THE STUDENT DIRECTORY, which
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and careful. scrutiny on ,Wed."
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9 A.M. to 3 P.M. Pick up your petition
Oct. 19-23 S.A.B. P62
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which are Ford car keys. NO 2-478
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its sound. Anyone' know to whom1
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MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
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$79.95 UP
Revere. Telectro, Webcor and
others. Accessories.
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BANJOS, GUITARS and BONGOS
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NEW YORK (M)-- Fabled Wilt
(the stilt) Chamberlain made a
brilliant National Basketball Assn.
debut last night. He scored 43
points as his Philadelphia War-
riors turned back the New. York
Knickerbockers 118-109' at Madi-l
son Square Garden in the season's
opener for both teams.
* * *
Cincinnati 108, Detroit 103
CINCINNATI (') - A splurge
of 39 points by Jack Twyman
helped Cincinnati's Royals defeat
Detroit's Pistons, 108-103, despite
a fourth quarter Royal fade in a
televised National Basketball Assn.;
game yesterday.
Rookie Bailey Howell tops for
the losers with 17 points, scored
them all in a fourth quarter Pis-
ton spurt that carried Detroit
within three points of a tie -
106-103-with 17 seconds to play.7

kept the victory out of Detroit's
reach.
The Royals, last year's NBA
doormat, had' a 50-38 halftime
lead and stretched it to 86-68 at
the three-quarter mark. But then
-much like last year-the Royals
had a game-ending dull stretch.
Thek decision set both team's
marks at 1-1 in the young NBA
season.
* * *
Boston 121, Syracuse 109
SYRACUSE (P) - The Boston
Celtics uncorked one of their
typical fourth period surges to
make the Syracuse Nationals their
second srtaight victim in the new
National Basketball Assn. cam-
paign 121-109 last night. It was
Syracuse's first start.
Sorely outclassed in the first 25
minutes, the Celtics came from 14.
points behind in the third period
to within 87-85 at the three-quar-
ter mark.
With Frank Ramsey hitting for
13 points, the Celtics could do no
wrong while 'the Nats repeatedly
missed shots and mishandled the
ball in the fourth period,
* * *
New York 4, Toronto 1
TORONTO - Left winger Jim-
my Bartlett's goal midway through
the third period last night gave
the New York Rangers a .1-1 Na-

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tional Hockey League tie with the
Toronto Maple Leafs.
Bartlett scooted into the center
of a player jam in front of the
the third period and swatted the
Toronto net at the 9:05 mark of
puck through a maze of legs.
In the first period, at 16:50,
Gerry Ehman gave the Leafs a 1-0
lead when he took Billy Harris'
pass from the right boards and
fired 'a five-foot shot into the far
side of the net.
* * *
Montreal 5, Boston 1
MONTREAL (P) - The Mon-
treal Canadiens defeated the Bos-
ton Bruins 5-1 last night. A pair
of goals by Jean Beliveau shared
top billing with a wild tantrum
display by the Bruins' Bronco
Horvath.
The rampaging Horvath wound
up with a minor, a misconduct
and a game misconduct penalty
in one swoop for two automatic
fines of $75. He was ejected from
the game in the second period.
Horvath, after staging his out-
burst, was held by teammates
when he appeared on the verge of
walloping referee Eddie Powers.
Powers had imposed a minor
penalty on Horvath for slashing
at Montreal's Claude Provost. The
enraged Hrovath slashed at Pow-
ers, though several feet from him.
Powers added the 10-minute mis-
conduct penalty. Before Horvath
could be herded into the penalty
box he tried to break loose from
teammate Johnny Bucyk to get
at the referee. Powers added the

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