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EUGENE, Ore.-(P)---Norm Van Brocklin's passes smothered
Washington State here yesterday, 33-7, to boost the Oregon Ducks'
stock in the Coast Conference Rose Bowl chase.
The Ducks were rated only a slim, one-touchdown favorite over
Washington State, but the cool Oregon quarterbacl took care of that.
HE PASSED TO END Dick Wilkins for two touchdowns, and his
tosses set up three Oregon scores.
For one period the game before an estimated 20,000 Homecoming
fans went as expected, with the Cougars holding the Ducks scoreless--
in fact outplaying them through the first quarter.
THEN VAN BROCKLIN opened up. His passes winged the Ducks
89 yards to the Cougar goal line and halfback Keith De Courcey
plunged over.
The Cougars had one big thrust'left. They shook halfback Don
Paul loose through tackle and he raced 73 yards to a tying TD.

'Cats Drub Syracuse*,_.48.0

EV NSTON, Ill.-(AP)-North-
western turned on. its power and
speed yesterday to crush a feeble
Syracuse tear,., 48 to 4.
Tlie Wildeats, still in the run-
ning for a Rose Bowl assignment,
despite their loss to Michigan,
scored in every period of the in-
tersectional contest witnessed by
The Orangemen, suffering their
'fourth consecutive defeat, were
completely overwhelmed and out-
classed. They made only one seri-

ous threat but lost the ball on the
ast down when the Wildcats held
on their own one foot line in the
final period.
Syruus.e lost the services of
their triple-threat star, Bernie
Custis. The flashy Negro halfback
suffered a leg injury early in. the
first period.
?northwestern, in running up its
fourth victory in five starts, made
through the air, compared to 42
yards on the ground and 76 on
gasses for the Easterners.

SEATTLE, Wash.-()P}-T1-ie Bowl-Bound Bears of California
crushed the Homecoming day hopes of Washington's Huskies yester-
day by racking up a 21-0 Pacific Coast Conference football triumph
on a rain-soaked field.
The crowd of 38,000 went home feeling the big guys from Berke-
ley could have made it five touchdowns instead of three in spite of
Washington's gallant defense. Once the Bears were checked when
they had four tries from the Washington one.
The Huskies stopped Jack Jensen, the hard running Bear full-
back, but couldn't cope with Capt. Jack Swaner. The big right half-
back tallied all three of his team's touchdowns and bootin' Jim Cul-
lom came through with all three placekicks.
Two threats, one a 64-yard hair-raising gallop by Roland Kirkby
with an intercepted pass, were all that Washington could muster. The
Huskies, in their only sustained offensive of the day, pushed to the
Bear eight, faked a placekick and lost the ball on downs on the 13.

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Army Whips

First Downs ......... 11
Net Yards Gained
Rushing ........... 22
Forward Passes Att. .. 24
Forward Passes Comp. 11
Yards Forward Passing 261
Forwards Intercept. by 2
Punting Average .,.. 42.2
Total Yards, All Kicks
Returned ..........129
Opponent Fumbles
Recovered .......... 0
Yards Lost by
Penalties .......... 25



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(Special to The Daily)
CHAMPAIGN, Ill. - It was a
great day for the Illini!
Foreshadowing t h e varsity's
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Illinois lightweight squad dumped
Michigan's defending champions,
13-6, here yesterday to make it a
perfect Homecoming weekend for
the Orange and Blue.
THE WIN MARKED the Illinois"
first triumph in seven games since
the Lightweight division was es-
tablished last season and threw
the title race wide open.
Illinois drew first blood in the
second quarter when halfback
Bruce Esmond circled left end
and raced 10 yards to paydirt to
provide the only excitement in
an otherwise dull first half.
The Orange and, Blue struck
again in the third period after
Bruce Bolton blocked a punt by
Wolverine end Frank Whitehouse
on the Michigan 47.
AN EIGHT YARD pass from
Dick Gibbs to right end Milt,
Hambalek was completed in the
end zone and John Marcus kicked
the extra point to send the Illini
ahead, 13-0.
1tilichigan finally carne alive in
the dying minutes of play.
Sparked by the passing of sub-
stitute quarterback, George
Sipp, the Wolverines put on a
sustained drive of 75 yards to
score their only points.
Fullback Bud Marshall smashed
across from the 1--foot line in the
last second of play to,' give the
Maize and Blue the consolation
touchdown. Johnny Wilcox missed
the try for the extra point after
the final gun had sounded.
It was a dismal beginning for
the Wolverines who had smoth-
ered the Illini 33-0 last season
but the greatly improved Illinois
squad were hepped up' for this
one and capitalized on the game's
one big break.

Iowa, 2742
In Rough Tilt
Ground Gatlale Used
As Green Wins 23rd.
IOWA CITY, Ia. .(I')--Notre
Dame's green-clad football legions C
slashed to 27-12 victory over stub-
born Iowa yesterday.
The Irish, swinging through
their 23rd game without a defeat,'
used their ground forces almost
exclusively against an Iowa team
fired with a determination to re-
peat Uawkeye triumphs here in
1921 and 1939.
1 dOTRE DAME, off to a sizzling
start on John Panelli's 34-yard
touchdown run on the first scrim-
mage play, struck in the air only
eight times and completed once.
The Irish actually had a net loss
of seven yards with aerials.
But their rugged thrusts behind
characteristic crisp Irish blocking
mowed down the Iowa defenders
for four touchdowns, one in each
IOWA LACKED the power to
successfully counter-charge but
the Hawks gave it a terrific try.
A capacity crowd of 53,000 saw
the Hawks, who ha.d split even in
four games this season and rated
a 20-point underdog, rip back for
a 6-all tie with the game only 31,2
minutes old.
IOWA DID IT on three pass
flays good for 59 yards, a John
Halliburton drive from the eight
to the one and Jerry Fsaske's
touchdown punch. Ron Heading-
ton missed the kick that would
have sent the Hawks ahead.

4T Jayvees llight hack.
To Whip Spartans, 21 -19'


ITHACA, N.Y. - (,?) - Army
packed too much power for Cor-
nell's sophomores yesterday and
the Cadets boosted their claim to
eastern football supremacy with
a 27-6 victory in a battle of un-
beaten teams.

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EAST LANSING-Spotting the I
Michigan State Jayvees 19 points,
the Wolverine junior varsity came
roaring back in the second half to
defeat the Spartans, 21-19, in.
Macklin Field Stadium yesterday
C afternoon.
Looking as if they were trying to
hand State the ball game on a
silver platter throughout the first
half, the Ja3wees played like a re-
juvenated team the second ram-
ming over three touchdowns.
The potency of the Wolverine
attack is shown in the statistics.
They amassed 17 first downs
while the Spartans could col-
legit only five, gaining 293 yards
to Michigan State's 259.
State scored midway in the first
period after a Bill Jennings' punt
was returned to the Woverine 35.
Dave Crego, State quarterback,
went over right tackle, cut to the
sidelines and scampered all the
way to pay dirt, behind beautiful
The conversion was good and
Michigan State led, 7-0. The Wol-
verlines, with John Obee, Norm
Jackson and Jennings toting the
pigskin, drove to the Spartan 31
before losing the ball on downs.
After a series of punts, State
scored on a 51-yard pass play
from Tony Giamnona to Bob
McManus. At least four Wol-
verines had clear shots at the
receiver and missed.
The extra point kick was
blocked. The Spartans, a few min-
utes later executed a flat pass that
was good for 60 yards and their
Kansas Air Fi.tr y
Hits Nebraska, 27-7
LAWRENCE, Kans. - (,1P) -
Strong armed Dick Gilman threw
three touchdown passes yesterday
as the high-strung Kansas Jay-
hawks surged to a 27-7 Big Seven
Conference football victory over
the Nebraska Cornhuskers. I
The Kansans were almost com-
pletely bottled up on the ground,
and a Homecoming crowd of 36,-
500 might have been disappointed
if it hadn't been for Gilman's
great throwing in the clutches.

final touchdown. John. Hess
I blocked the extra point attempt.
The Wolverines scored soon
after the start of the third pe-
riod when the Spartans were
forced to kick from their 1 yard
line. Irv Small went over on a
quarterback sneak from the 2 and
Hal Pink converted the first of his
three very important conversions.
After an exchange of fumbles, i
the Wolverines marched 54
yards for their second tally.
Obee scored on a T' formation
play over State's left tackle
from. the nine yard, line.
The clinching marker was set I
up by a 24 yard pass from Small to
Ros Tandourjian on the five.
Jackson hit the Spartan left tac-
kle for the score.
Justice Paces
Tar Heel Win
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. - (A') -
I North Carolina smashed Louis-
iana State, 34-7, yesterday for its
fifth straight victory and 12th
over a two-year stretch as tail-
back Charlie Justice scored once
and passed for two other touch-
The Tar Heels five touchdowns
were scored by as many players.
They opened with two tallies in
the first quarter, went scoreless in
the second and sewed up the game
with two in the third after L.S.U.
had pulled up to 13-7.



Before the sellout crowd of 34,-
000, the largest ever to jam
Schoellkopf Field, the Army rolled
to a fifth straight triumph but it
was a jolting battle.
Cornell's Hillary Chollet sprained
his ankle in the first half.



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