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Badgers Edge Gophers, Clinch
Big Ten Title as Wildcats Lose

UCLA, Pittsburgh Pull Upsets
Over Southern Cal, Penn Stat

of Ted Aucreman, the other Hoo-
sier end. Ron. Miller kicked the
extra point.
Purdue marched back 73 yards
to score from the next kickoff.
Clyde Washington went the last
four yards ,and Allen kicked the
The last game to be played in
old Memorial Stadium, to be re-
placed next year by a 47,000 seat
structure, was a bitter disappoint-
ment to the Indiana section of the,
sellout crowd of over 35,000. The
Hoosiers had their best chance to
win since they last downed the
Boilermakers in 1947.
* * *
Notre Dame 20, Iowa 19
IOWA CITY - Notre Dame,
struggling through one of its worst
seasons, upset Iowa 20-19 yester-
day on the long-range passing of
senior George Izo.
Izo, whose passing tormented
the Hawkeyes in past seasons, ex-
ploited Iowa's defense with scor-
ing tosses of 29, 45 and 56 yards.
The longest of -the three, to
George Sefcik, came with 3:25 re-
maining in the game and featured
a brilliant comeback after a great'
defensive effort by Iowa stopped
the Irish inches from a potential
Monty Stickles, who caught a
first quarter touchdown toss of 29
yards, kicked the extra point which
won the game.
Izo's second touchdown pass-
one of 45 yards to Pat Heenan,
brought the Irish up to 19-13 at
half tirpe;.
The second quarter was less than
three minutes old when Iowa burst
into a 19-7 lead on an 80-yard
punt return for a touchdown by
Jerry Mauren and a 14-yard scor-
ing run by Bob Jeter.
Pon Horn opened the scoring
with a one-yard plunge after Ray
Jauch brought back one of Izo's
passes 61 yards to the Notre
Dame 22;,

CAUGHT FROM)I BEHIND-Northwestern halfback Mike Stock
leaps upon Illinois speedster John Counts to bring him down in
the first quarter of yesterday's contest which saw the Illini blast
the Wildcats right out of the Rose Bowl and Big Ten title
Wi sconsin, Washington
Missouri, TCU in Bowls

By The Associated Press
LOS ANGELES-Underestimated
UCLA shocked Southern California
yesterday with a field goal and a
touchdown in the fourth quarter
- blasting the heavily favored
Trojans out of the nation's un-
beaten ranks with a 10-3 victory.
Halfback Bill Kilmer electrified
most of the roaring crowd of
85,917 as he led UCLA 87 yards,
winding up with a 31-yard field
goal by Ivory Jones to -tie the
score at 3-3.
Then the aroused Bruins put on
an 80-yard drive, steered by Kil-
mer and won one of the sweetest
triumphs in UCLA history. Full-
back Ray Smith smashed through
the right side of the big Trojan
line for the winning touchdown.
* * *
Pittsburgh 22, Penn State 7
PITTSBURGH - Fred Cox, Bob
Clemens and Jim Cunningham-
Pitt's three "C" boys - wrecked
bowl-minded Penn State 22-7 yes-
terday with their hard running. .
The Panthers dominated the
game from the start, jumping off
to a 9-0 lead in the first period on
a safety and a touchdown by quar-,
terback Ivan Toncic on a one-
yard plunge.
Clemens then scooted 35 yards
in the second quarter- and Cox
raced 86 yards in the third for
touchdowns Cunningham, a work-
horse the entire afternoon, missed
two chances at the Penn State
goal line from the three in the
fourth period.
* ** *
Washington 20, Washington St. 0
SEATTLE - The musclemen of
Washington, brilliantly quarter-
backed by one-eyed Bob Schloredt,
overpowered Washington State
20-0 yesterday almost certainly
clinching the Western bid to the
Rose Bowl.
Coupled with Oregon State's de-
feat of Oregon, the Huskies tri-
umph left the Rose Bowl selection

vote by Western Athletic Directors
a mere formality.
Fifty-six thousand fans over-
flowing in Washington's 53,000-
seat stadium watched the power-
ful Huskies completely squelch
their old cross-state rival. Only
twice did the Cougars threaten.
Missouri 13, Kansas 9
LAWRENCE - Missouri snuffed
out a Kansas 'drive on the one-
yard line in the last two minutes
yesterday and cashed in on strat-
egy for a 13-9 victory that gained
a berth in the Orange Bowl.
Missouri scored first, gave in to
a tie in the third quarter, got
ahead midway in the fourth, but
didn't have it won until 1:11 re-
mained in the bitterly-played con-
With Missouri leading 13-7 late
in the game, the Jayhawks staged
a furious drive that wilted on the
Missouri one-yard stripe with 3:53
* * *
Syracuse 46, Boston U 0
BOSTON-Mighty Syracuse con-
vincingly backed its top national
rating by rolling over Boston Uni-
versity 46-0 yesterday for its ninth
straight football victory.
While' German-born Ger Sch-
wedes and sophomore Ernie Davis
sparked the Orangemen's blitzing
attack with three touchdowns, a
pulverizing defense ruined BU's
upset plans
* * *
LSU 14, Tulane 6
BATON ROUGE - Louisiana
State, led by All-American Billy
'Cannon barely beat surprisingly
strong Tulane, 14-6, yesterday and
won an invitation to play again in
the Sugar Bowl at New Orleans on
New Year's Day.
The victory gave LSU, ranked
third in the Associated Press' poll,
a 9-1 final record for the season.
The only Tiger defeat was a 14-13
setback by Tennessee.

The 210-pound Cannon, plat
his last regular season ga
pushed LSU in front midway
the third quarter with a 45-y
touchdown run.
* * *
Oklahoma 35, Iowa State 12
NORMAN-Oklahoma's brui
ground game carried too m
power for out-manned Iowa S
yesterday and 'the Sooners ro
to an easy 3 5-12 decision toc
ture their 12th straight Big E
Conference football champions
The Sooners struck for two fi
period touchdowns and this set
pattern for the rest of the af
noon. Iowa State's single-wing
tacknled by fullback Tom Watk
was contained by the Soon
sturdy delense.
CalIfornia 20, Stanford 17
STANFORD - California's
derdog Bears struck for' a tot
down in the final four minutes
held off a last-second Stan
challenge yesterday for a 2
victory in their 62nd "big gami
A crowd of 90,000 saw J
Scattini cap a 63-yard Califo
drive with a two-yard smash
guard with 3:21 remaining.

By The Associated Press



Wisconsin, Washington, Mis-
souri and Texas Christian all
clinched bowl berths yesterday as
the football season raced to a cli-
max with at least two startling
Here is how the rapidly devel-
oping bowl picture stands now:
R o s e B o w l - Wisconsin vs.
Washington. The Badgers wrapped
up the Big Ten title by defeating
Minnesota 11-7, while North-
western, . which also was In the
running, got clobbered by Illinois.
Washington had no trouble with
Washington State, 20-0, to gain
the West Coast nomination.
Orange Bowl - Missouri vs.
probably Miami (Fla.). Missouri.
wrapped up second place in the
Big Eight by whipping Kansas,
13-9, and nailing down the berth.

Miami will get the host spot if
the Hurricanes get past Florida
next week.'
Sugar Bowl - Probably Louisi-
ana State vs. Mississippi. LSU,
which swept past Tulane, 14-6,
has been offered one spot and will
vote on it today. The unofficial
word is that Mississippi has been
invited as LSU's opponent..
Cotton Bowl - Syracuse ac-
cepted a week ago, and it will be
Texas if the Longhorns polish off
weak Texas ;A & M Thanksgiving
Bluebonnet Bowl-Texas Chris-
tian slaughtered Rice, 35-6 and
promptly was tapped for the
Houston game on Dec. 19. Specu-
lation now is centering on Georgia
and Georgia - Tech, which play
each other in the regular season
finale next week. Georgia is South-
eastern Conference champ.

'U Li


Illinois 28, Northwestern 0
CHAMPAIGN -- Inspired Illi-
nois scored in every period to shat-
ter Northwestern's Big Ten Title
and Rose Bowl bid 28-0 yesterday,
climaxing the 18-season Illinois
coaching career of Ray Eliot.
The Big Ten Title went to Wis-
consin with its 11-7 victory over
Fullback Bill Brown scored two
touchdowns in a one-sided victory
which marked Illinois' second suc-
cessive triumph over a conference
championship contender. Last
Saturday, the Illini scored on the


Purdue 10, Indiana 7
Bernie Allen kicked a 39-yard
field goal, his first in five attempts
this year, and Purdue defeated its
ancient football rivals at Indiana,
10-7, yesterday.
So Purdue, which finished Its
season with a record of 5-2-2,
keeps the Old Oaken Bucket for
the 12th straight year. Indiana
finished 4-4-1.
The game was a standoff except
for Allen's fourth quarter field
Indiana too - a second quarter
lead on John 14enry Jackson's 18-
yard pass, intended for huge Earl
Faison but deflected into the hands
Big Ten Standings
W L T Pct.
Wisconsin 5 2 .0 .714
Michigan State 4" 2 0 .667
Illinois 4 2 1 .643
Purdue 4 2 1 .643
Northwestern 4 3 0 .571
Iowa 3 3 0 .500
Michigan 3 4 0 .429
Indiana 2 4 1 .357
Ohio State 2 4 1 .357
Minnesota 1 6 0 .143
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Michigan 23, Ohio State 14"
Illinois 28, Northwestern 0
Purdue 10, Indiana 7
Notre Dame 20, Iowa 19
Wisconsin 11, Minnesota 7
Oklahoma 35, Iowa. State 12
Missouri 13, Kansas 9
Kansas State 29, Nebraska 14
Pittsburgh 22, .,Penn State 7
Dartmouth 12, Princeton 7
Harvard 35, Yale 6
Kentucky 20, Tennessee 0
South Carolina 12, N. Carolina St. 7'
Clemson 33, Wake Forest 31
SMU 30, Baylor 14
TCU 35, Rice 6
California20, Stanford 17
Oregon State 15, Oregon 7
UCLA 10, Southern !California 3
Washington 20, Washintgon State 0
Columbia 26, Rutgers 16
Maryland 55, Virginia 14
Florida 18, Florida State S
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