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THE MICHIGAN DAILY _ _UNDA3
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Y, NOVEMBER 1, 1959

)SU Tops

Is U,

30-24;

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Purdue

Tie,

77

SU Nips Mississippi,

7-3;

annon Scores Winning TD

Northwestern Trounces Indiana, 30-13;
Minnesota, Iowa Win Non-League Games

BATON ROUGE A) - All-
America halfback Billy Cannon
sprinted down the sidelines for an
89-yd. touchdown -run .last night
as Louisiana State's national foot-
ball champions stormed from be-
hind to trim previously unbeaten
Mississippi 7-3.
Cannon's almost incredible run
came with 10 minutes remaining
in the game an derased the 3-0
lead the Rebels hung on the score-
board in the first period.
Mississippi ,tackle Bobby Khay-
at's 22-yd. field goal had the Reb-
els in front until Cannon's blaz-
ing run sent the top-ranked Tigers
ahead to stay.
Rebel quarterback Jake Gibbs
boomed a punt 47 yards to Can-.
non on the LSU 11. Cannon flared
across the field to the sidelines,
slipped out of the grasp of three
Rebel tacklers and zipped down

the sidelines for the game-decid-
ing score.
His spectacular run brought the
partisan crowd of 67,500 to its feet
and the big Tiger stadium rocked
with cheers when Cannon trotted
off the field before sophomore
Wendell Harris added the conver-
sion.
But Cannon's run seemed to fire
up the Rebels and they roared
back with a 69-yard march that
ended on the LSU one. Substitute
quarterback Doug Elmore hit the
left side of the line in a try for a
Mississippi touchdown, but the
LSU forward wall stopped him
cold.
The victory was the 19th
straight for LSU, top-ranked team
in this week's Associated Press
poll. The loss was the first of the
season for Mississippi, third
ranked nationally, after six tri-
umphs.

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By The Associated Press

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FIND VICTORY ELUSIVE-The 13-year Big Eight undefeated string has ended for Oklahoma coach
Bud Wilkinson (left). After going 74 games without defeat, Wilkinson's team lost to Nebraska, 25-21.
George Pupich (right) of the Air Force missed a 21-yard field goal in the last minute as his team
tied Army, 13-13.

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CORNHUSKERS WIN, 25-21:
Nebraska Stuns Oklahoma, Streak Ends

COLUMBUS -- Quarterback
Tom Matte, who earned the start-
ing job just this week, threw three
touchdown passes yesterday as
Ohio State defeated Michigan
State 30-24 to blast the Spartans
Big Ten title hopes.
After completing five of eight
passes in the first period for 147
yards, Ohio State threw only once
in the last half, and it resulted in
a 13-yd. scoring effort from Matte
to Bill Wentz. Matte also passed
to end Jim Houston for 57 and 17-
yd. scores, and halfback Bob
Ferguson scored the fourth on a
55-yd. run near the start of the
final quarter to lock it up.
Michigan State scored in the
first few minutes on Gary Ball-
man's three-yard plunge after a
Dean Look-to-Herb Adderly pass
had covered 45 yards. Ohio came
right back with the two Matte-to-
Houston scores, and a 26-yd. field
goal by Dave Kilgore, to make it
16-7. But just before the half,
Adderley scored on a 11-yd. run
following an Ohio fumble.
They traded scores in the final
half, the Matte-to-Wentz score
setting it off, followed by Art
Brandstatter's 22-yd. field goal for
MSU, Ferguson's 55-yd. run for
Ohio and a Look-to-Fred Arbans
16-yd. pass for the Spartans.
* * *
Illinois 7, Purdue 7
CHAMPAIGN -- Sophomore
Johnny Counts' running and Bill
Burrell's remarkable line-backing
yesterday inspired underdog Illi-
nois for a 7-7 Big Ten football
deadlock with Purdue.
Each team scored in the second
quarter on a field veiled in fog,
leaving them locked in third place
of the conference title race with
2-1-1 records.
Guard Burrell, senior captain,
was credited with being in on 26
tackles in a phenomenal haunting
job of Purdue's ball carriers.
The great All-America candidate
was carried from the field on a
stretcher with four minutes re-
maining in the third period after
suffering a twisted left knee, but
he came back midway in the last

quarter to help blunt a Purdue
drive that carried 57 yds. to the
six.
Counts scored on a 22-yd. run
in a thrust that went 72 yds. in
nine plays. Counts accounted for
63 yds. in six times with the ball
during the touchdown frolic. Gerry
Wood booted the point and locked
the score 7-7.
Earlier in the same quarter Pur-
due went 33 yards in seven plays
for its touchdown. Joe Kulbacki
touched it off with a 13-yd. run
and Len Wilson set it up with a
14-yd. sprint.
Wilson eventually plunged the
final yard and Bernie Allen con-
verted.
* *. *
Northwestern 30, Indiana 13
EVANSTON -- Halfback Ron
Burton, sidelined for two weeks
with an injured ankle, teamed up
with fullback Mike Stock to lead
undefeated Northwestern to a 30-
13 victory over Indiana today be-
fore a homecoming crowd of 41,-
296.
Burton scored a pair of touch-
downs within a minute and seven
seconds of the second quarter to
wipe out a 7-0 Indiana lead. Stock
ripped off two touchdowns and
booted a field goal in the second
half.
Indiana couldn't cope with
Northwestern's quick-scoring abil-
ity. Three of Northwestern's touch-
downs were long gainers including
Burton's 63-yd. punt return which
capped a 7-7 tie and put the Wild-
cats ahead to stay in the second
quarter.
* * *
Iowa 53, Kansas State 0
IOWA CITY-Iowa, in the mid-
dle of a dismal season against Big
Ten rivals, found Kansas State a
softer touch yesterday and routed
the Big Eight conference team
53-0.

The Hawkeyes have won but one
of four games in conference play.
But a sparkling performance from
sophomore halfback Virgil Wil-
liams and Iowa's other fleet backs
was too much for Kansas State.
Williams, who had made only
brief appearances in previous
games, sprinted 41 yds. for one
touchdown and carried a punt 68
yds. for another score to erupt the
Hawkeyes into a 45-0 halftime
lead.
Iowa fumbled twice in the first,
half but scored the six other times
it had the ball.
Minnesota 20, Vanderbilt 6
MINNEAPOLIS-Joe Salem, an
obscure third string quarterback,
and fullback Tom Robbins pulled
Minnesota out of its scoring dol-
drums yesterday and the ponder-
ous Gophers smashed Vanderbilt
20-6.
Robbins thrilled a homecoming
crowd of 49,284 by picking off a
fiat pass by Vandy's Jim McKee
and galloping 62 yds. to score half
way through the second period.
Then, with Minnesota reverting
to form and floundering repeatedly
in scoring territory, Salem took
the controls and directed two
fourth period touchdown thrusts
that nailed down Minnesota's sec-
ond victory in six games,
Big Ten
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LINCOLN- Nebraska crumpled
Oklahoma's 13-year unbeaten rec-
ord in Big Eight football yester-
day, coming from behind in the
second half for a 25-21 upset over
the Sooners, who had been un-
beaten in 74-consecutive confer-
ence games.
A 22-yd. field goal by Ron
Meade in third quarter gave Ne-
braska a 15-14 lead and the Corn-
huskers then added a touchdown
and another Meade field goal in
the fourth period.
Oklahoma had won 44 in a row
in the Big Eight since a 1952 tie
with Colorado.
The Sooners hadn't lost a con-
ference contest since 1946, when
Kansas beat them 16-13.
It was the first conference de-
feat for Sooner Coach Bud Wilk-
inson, who took over in 1947.
Notre Dame 25, Navy 22
SOUTH BEND - With 32 sec-
onds left, end Monty Stickles,
booted a 43-yd. field goal, inching

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triumph over Navy before 58,652
roaring Irish fans yesterday.
Stickles held his hands over his
eyes immediately after he kicked
the ball and teammates had to
thump him on the back before he
knew he had booted the third
game-winning field goal of his
Irish career.
It was a/great day for the scrap-
py Irish, who had to score 11
points in the final quarter to win
from the inspired Middies, whose
quarterback, Jim Maxfield, near-
ly passed Notre Dame out of the
stadium.
Maxfield tied a Navy record
with 18 completions in 30 passes
and his 290 aerial yards set a
Middie school mark as he con-
nected on two touchdown tosses
and plunged one yard for a touch-
down himself.
The stage was set for Stickles'
dramatic boot when Notre Dame's
Bob Scarpitto slammed two yds.
to a touchdown and Don White
passed to Ray Ratkowski for a
two-point conversion to the score
at 22-22 midway in the final
quarter.
Army 13, Air Force 13
NEW YORK-The Flyboys from
the Air Force Academy came from
behind to tie favored Army 13-13
yesterday in their first meeting
and failed to win when George
Pupich's field goal try went wide
with 37 seconds to go.
Trailing 13-6 as the final period
started, the Air Force Falcons
slammed across the tying touch-
down after recovering an Army
fumble on the Army 33.
With the final seconds ticking
out, a tremendous fourth down
pass from Rich Mayo to Bob
Brickey brought the Air Force to
the Army 15. failing to gain, the
air boys called for the field goal.
Pupich who had faked a field
goal try just before Mayo's pass,
really kicked this time. The ball
sailed wide of the uprights.
* * * ,
Texas 21, SMU 0
DALLAS -- Texas shocked

Southern Methodist with a touch-
down in the first three minutes,
an electrifying 51-yd. pass from
Jack Collins to Monte Lee setting
it up, and went on its undefeated,
untied way with a 21-0 victory
yesterday.
Texas got its second touchdown
in the second period -with Clair
Branch leading an 80-yd. drive
and scored its third touchdown
late in the fourth period after a
blocked punt gave the Longhorns
the ball on the SMU 10.
SMU only twice got past mid-
field, the second time driving to
the Texas six on 80 yards of pass-
ing by Meredith.
USC 14, California 7
BERKELEY - Surprised by
rugged California defenses, South-
Sword Dancer
Wins Gold Cup
By The Associated Press
NEW YORK-Sword Dancer, a
hard hitting 3-yr.-old from Mrs.
Dodge Sloane's Brookmeade Stable,
nailed Horse-of-the-Year honors
yesterday with a seven-length vic-
tory over millionaire Round Table
in the $110,600 Jockey Club Gold
Cup at Aqueduct.
* * *
Warfare Wins
CAMDEN, N.J. - The Belle-
hurst Stable's Warfare won the,
$283,075 Garden State Stakes,
world's richest horse race, by over-{
hauling the Edgehill Farm's Bally,
Ache yesterday in the stretch at
Garden State Park. C. V. Whit-
ney's Tompion was third in the
field of 10 2-yr.olds.
* * *
Jamin Defeated
INGLEWOOD, Calif. - Senatort
Frost came back with a flourish
yesterday and dealt the greatj
French horse Jamin his first U.S.1
defeat by scoring a 21/4 length vic-j
tory in the second leg of the $75,-e
000 American Trotting Classic. I

ern California rallied for a final
period touchdown yesterday and
beat the Bears 14-7.
The Trojans ' remained unde-
feated and untied.
A crowd of 37,060 saw underdog
California capitalize on a third-
quarter fumble to take a 7-6 lead
over the highly-favored Trojans
in this Big Five conference battle.
But with quarterback Willie
Wood returning the ensuing kick-
off 30 yards to the Trojans' 48,
USC marched on down the field'
and Wood scored the winning
touchdown on a seven-yd. dash
around left end.
Southern California scored first
on a 65-yard screen pass play
from Wood to fullback Jim Conroy.
* * *
Syracuse 35, Pitt 0
PITTSBURGH - Fifth-ranked
Syracuse, geared by vicious line
play and the speed of a bevy of
offensive backs, smothered Pitt
35-0 yesterday for its sixth
straight football triumph.
The nation's No. 1 team on of-
fense an ddefense scored in every
quarter with the final touchdown
coming on a sparkling 100-yard
pass interception runback by Dan
Rackiewicz in the closing minutes.
Syracuse struck paydirt the first
time it got the ball, driving 37
yards for a touchdown in seven
plays. Captain Ger Schwedes
plunged one yd. for the score.
* * *
Penn State 28, W. Virginia 10
MORGANTOWN - Seventh
ranked and unbeaten Penn State
shrugged off mistakes with explo-
sive long gainers yesterday for a
convincing 28-10 victory over West
Virginia.
The Nittany Lions led 20-3 at
the half en route to their seventh
straight victory while setting the
stage for next Saturday's battle
against fifth ranksed and unbeat-
en Syracuse.
State lost three fumbles at most
inopportune moments. Two of the
bobbles set up a touchdown and
field goal for the losing Mountain-
eers. A third thwarted a possible
Penn State score.

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Wisconsin 19, MICHIGAN 10
Ohio State 30, Michigan State 24
Syracuse 35, Pitt 0
Duke 10, Georgia Tech 7
Illinois 7, Purdue 7
Minnesota 20, vanderbilt 6
Northwestern 30, Indiana 13
Notre Dame 25,, Navy 22
Air Force 13, Army 13
Iowa 53, Kansas State 0
Kansas 7, Iowa State 0
Texas 21, SMU 0
Auburn 6, Florida 0
Arkansas 12, Texas A&M 7
Colorado 21, Missouri 20
Alabama 10, Mississippi State 0
Tennessee 29, North Carolina 7
- LSU 7, Mississippi 3
Washington 23, UCLA 7
Washington State 14, Oregon State 0
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TCU 14, Baylor 0
Clemson 19, Rice 0
USC 14, California 7
Nebraska 25, Oklahoma 21
Penn State 28, West Virginia 10
Dartmouth 12, Yale 8
Harvard 12, Penn 0
Holy Cross 14, Colgate 12
Princeton 7, Brown 0
Cornell 13, Columbia 7
Villanova'22, Dayton 13
Delaware 34, Rutgers 14
Wyoming 26, North Carolina State 0
Georgia 42, Florida State 0
Houston 22, Tulsa 13
Wayne State 27, Western Reserve 14
Hillsdale 35, Hope 7
Ohio 12, Western Michigan 9
Utah 54, Arizona 6
Wake Forest 34, Virginia 12
Stanford 54, San Jose State 38
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