13 Penn......... ..14 Pittsburgh.......34
7 Columbia...... .13 So. Methodist . . . . 7
Notre Dame ....
Northwestern . . . 13 Michigan State °. . 19 Colgate
Illinois......... 0 Syracuse...... ..12 Iowa . .
. . . . . . 14
.. . . 0
13-0; O.S.U. Routs Chicago, 42-7
Blocks Yale's Hopes Ohio Out ained
But Posts Win
Three Sophs Supply Most
Of Scoring Punch As
63,000 Watch Game
COLUMBUS, O., Oct. 22-(W)-Chi-
cago's Maroons out-gained Ohio
State's husky team, 401 yards to 381.
today, but lost a Western Conference
contest to the Bucks, 42 to 7, as Jim
Langhurst, 187-pound sophomore full-
back, put on a one-man show.
A crowd of 63,069, which boosted
the Buckeye attendance for four
games to 231,044, saw Langhurst score
the first three touchdowns for Ohio,
Don Siegel blocked an attempted two in the first five minutes and one
Yale punt in the first period, the early in the second period, before he
ball roiling through the end zone for went out of the contest until the clos-
an automatic safety. These two ing minutes.
points ultimately proved to be the Bucks Score Early
Wolverine's margin of victory over The Bucks, clicking on ground
the Elis, as they later scored two plays and taking advantage of pass
touchdowns to win, 15-13. interceptions, madeatwo touchdowns
_____________________________in the first period and three in the
second, despite the fact the field was
Kfansas State flooded with substitutes in the latter
session. Both teams went scoreless in
the third stanza, but both counted in
Trips Indiana the final.
_ _ The Maroon touchdown came on a
50-yard pass from quarterback Sollie
Powerful Big Six Squad Sherman to Robert Wasem, senior
end, who became eligible just in time
Sinks Hoosiers, 13-6 for today's game. Wasem also added'
the extra point on a placekick.
BLOOMINGTON, Ind., Oct. 22.-(P) Thirty-four of Ohio's points were
-Kansas State's powerful Big Six registered by sophomores, Don Scott
football machine, sparked by the bril- and Jim Strausbaugh adding touch-
thant passing of Melvin Seelye and downs to the yearling total, along with
the long range punting of Bob Briggs, two points each after touchdown.
rode triumphantly over Jndiana's Ohio used 47 players and the
Big Ten outfit, 13 to 6, here this af- Maroons 33.
ternoon before a homecoming crowd Sherman Stands Out
It was a homecoming in reverse Sherman was a continual threat for
for Alvin "Bo" McMillin, Indiana's the invaders, standing out as one of
head coach. McMillin coached at the best on the field. Alongwith Capt.
Kansas State before taking over the Hamity. he engineered the Chica-
Hoosier cause. go aerial atta dwhich y gained 134
Seelye, 170 pound substitute quar- yards, and he did practically all the
terback, drew first blood in the sec- n n the ground for the Ma-
ond quarter when he fired a bullet- The husky Ohio fullback, Lang-
like pass into the end zone to Don hurst, carried the ball 12 times, gain-
Munzer, substitute left end, for a ing 61 yards to hold his average of
touchdown. Jim Brock, substitute five yards per try this year; ran an
halfback, placekicked the extra point. intercepted pass back 23 yards, re-
In the third quarter, Tim Bringle, ceived a 20-yard pass, and returned a
sub Indiana halfback, tried to punt kickoff 22 yards for a total gain of
out of danger from his goal line, but 126 yards for the day, along with his
the ball went almost straight up and 18 points. He has gained 376 yards
came down on the Hoosier 5. Jack this year, while playing about half of
Blanke, Kansas State quarterback, each contest.
sped around right end into pay dirt. Ohio made 16 first downs to Chica-
Brock failed to convert. go's 9, but the payoff came as the
Bucks intercepted eight of the 30
SSeMaroon passes, while the invaders
d y1 completed but nine.
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Boilermakers I Late Trojan Rally
Wins Over Indians
1 PALO ALTO, Calif, Oct. 22-(R)-
Byelene Leads Seconad Half Southern California had to come from
March To Victory, 13-7 behind to defeat Stanford, 13 to 2,
today but when the Trojan Horse
LAFAYETTE, Ind., Oct. 22-(A)- started galloping after the intermis-
Wisconsin's Badgers looked like win- sion there was nothing the Indians
ners over Purdue this sunshiny after- could do about it.
noon until a young sophomore from Thirty thousand spectators, includ-
Massillon, O., named Mike Byelene, ing James Roosevelt, son of the Presi-1
got into the football game in the dent, sat under a warm sun to see'
second half. Thereafter, with the the home team- take an early lead.
Massillon Marauder at large, it was-
a different story, and the Boilermak-
ers emerged on top, 13 to 7.
A homecoming crowd of 21,000 saw For That
Purdue win its first Big Ten Con-
ference game of the current campaign.
The Badgers couldn't stop Byelene.
He passed and he ran and two Purdue
touchdowns were the result. WithoutuD inn
Byelene the Boilermakers were .just
another football team. With him theyEat
looked like two other teams.
Wisconsin capitalized in the first the SUGAR BOWL
period on a fumble by Lou Brock and
Howie Weiss swept widely around end COMPLETE DINNERS
'for a touchdown that kept the Bad-
gers in front until Byelene entered the f rom Soup to Nuts
In the fourth period Byelene shot
off tackle ant raced 73 yards for the CHICKEN DINNERS
winning marker. ROAST DUCKLING
Oregon State Rally Nips
Washington State, 7-6
PORTLAND, Ore., Oct. 22-()P'-
Oregon State College came from be-
hind today to edge out the oft-beaten
Washington State Cougars, 7-6, in a
Coast Conference football game.
Prescott Hutchin's successful try
for point after touchdown left the
Beavers with an outside chance of
winning the Pacifiq Coast Conference
The Cougars had allthe best of it
in the first half.
Norm Purucker played a major
role in Michigan's win over Yale
yesterday as he scored the first of
the Wolverines' two last half
touchdowns on a plunge from the
one yard line. Norm also caught
the pass which set up the winning
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 22-()-
Undefeated, untied University of
Santa Clara, one of the two great
football teams of the West Coast,
strengthened its bid for national
recognition today with a smashing 21
to 6 victory over the University ofj
From the opening kickoff until the
final.gun barked it was the wildest
game seen here this year as the ball
changed hands time after time on in-
tercepted passes, punts and recovered
The Broncos, two-time Sugar Bowl
champions and rolling ahead behind
a finished, powerful club again this
year, moved into a lead in the first
period, scored another touchdown in
the second quarter and piled up its
margin with a third counter in the
final fifteen minutes of play.
Arkansas made its lone touchdown
shortly after the second quarter got
under way after a 75-yard advance.
The Broncos scored their first
touchdown on a forward lateral play,
sub left halfback Clark tossing to
right end Anahu and the latter flip-
ping a lateral to John Schiechl, center
who sped some 20 yards to cross the
goal. It climaxed a spurt of 76 yards.
California Beats Fighting
Washington Eleven, 14-7
SEATTLE, Oct. 22-U)-The Uni-
versity of California's marauding
Bears, heading for a second Pacific
roast Conference football champion-,
ship and the Rose Bowl, dumped a
fighting University of Washington
eleven, 14-7, before 25,000 spectators
The Huskies, seeking their initial
win of the season, made a battle of it
in all but the third quarter, when
California pushed over two touch-
downs in quick succession.
After fighting off a Washington
attempt at a field goal, and getting
nowhere, in the first half, California
finally got its trick reverse functioning
in the third period and rambled away
for two touchdowns. All-America
candidate Vic Bottari scored the first
Iand Louis Smith, the second. The
touchdowns were made in two long,
Colgate Whips Iowa, 14-9
IOWA CITY, Ia., Oct. 22-P)-Col-
gate's Red Raiders, football aerial
artists from New York State's Chen
ango Valley, struck twice with their
favorite weapon today to humiliate
Iowa, 14 to 0, in an intersectional
game before 10,000 shivering fans.
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