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College Scores Across the Nation
By The Associated Press
South Carolina 6, Marquette 3
Kentucky 21, Xavier (0.) 7
Cincinnati 34, Ohio University
Otterbein 46, Oberlin 26
Bowling Green 27, Kent State 6
Western Michigan 40, Butler 6
Kansas 27, Nebraska 13
Oklahoma 39, Kansas State 0
Tusa 13, Oklahoma A & M 13
BILL CONNOLLY, Night Editor
Army 35, Fordham 0
Brown 14, Yale 0
Holy Cross 35, Colgate 27
Boston University 28, Temple 7
Dartmouth 35, Columbia 14
Princeton 33, Harvard 13
Virginia 26, Pennsylvania 14
Penn State 34, West Virginia 14
Rutgers 14, Lafayette 0
Cornell 33, Syracuse 7
Florida 28, Georgia 7
Georgia Tech 30, Tennessee 13
Wake Forest 27, Duke 7
Boston College 40, Clemson 27
Maryland 40, George Washing-
North Carolina 20, William &
Mary 14 -
Navy 21, Tulane 21 (Tie)
Mississippi 47, Chattanooga 27
Rice 14, Arkansas 0
Southern Methodist 27, Texas
A & M 27 (Tie)
Texas 20, Baylor 0
Missouri 20, Colorado 13
Stanford 34, Southern Califor-
California 33, Washington St. 14
Second Quarter Splurge
Seals Wolverine Victory
Ortmann's 88-Yard Romp Paces Offense;
Dufek, Peterson, Allis Score Touchdowns
MICHIGAN .....3 1
Ohio State ......3 1
Illinois .........3 1
Wisconsin ......2 1
Minnesota ......3 2
Iowa ...........3 2
Northwestern . . .2 4
Purdue .........1 4
Indiana ........0 4
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the Wolverines a first down on
the Purdue 20.
* * *
BOB VAN SUMMERN and Don
Dufek combined to make the re-
maining yardage through the Pur-
due line. Harry Allis' first con-
version was made from 15 yards
out as the result of an off side
penalty against Michigan.
Coach Holcomb's team waited
until the middle of the final
period before collecting its final
Once again Gorgal took to the
air and consistently hit the wait-
ing arms of Bob Whitmer for the
majority of the 49 yards covered
by the touchdown drive.
* . *
THE PASSING attack carried
the Boilermakers to the Michigan
3 yard line and fullback John
Kerestes plunged for the final
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AERIAL DUET-The two Purdue players pictured above seem to be all up in the air about some-
thing-the something being a Michigan pass which fell incomplete in Boilermaker territory.
John Ghindia (23) is watching the dance steps, presumably in hopes of snatching the pigskin.
His quest was unsuccessful as the theatrics of Purdue's backfield deflected the ball out of his
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Other Big Ten Grid Battles
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University of Pittsburgh football
team yesterday held Ohio State
scoreless for the first half but
went down to defeat 14-10 under
the Ohioans' greater power.
Ohio State punched out two
touchdowns in a thrilling second
half to win the 14th meeting be-
tween the teams in the past 20
THE PANTHERS grabbed the
offensive early in the first quarter
and only relinquished it mo-
mentarily throughout the first
half. Sparked by the brilliant
Lou (Bombo) Cecconi, Pittsburgh
thrust to the Ohio State 13 yard
line in the opening period and
tried a field goal which failed.
After a scoreless first period,
the Pitts went into the lead a
17-yard touchdown forward pass
from fullback Carl Depasqua to
end Earl Sumpter, over the OSU
goal. Bolkovac kicked the extra
The game was decided in an
action-crammed third quarter.
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MINNEAPOLIS - (AP) - Min-
nesota, counted a dead duck so
far as Big Ten title chances and
Rose Bowl consideration go,
proved a screaming fighting eagle
yesterday by blasting Iowa, 55-7.
The Gophers exhibited a far
different brand of football from
that against Purdue a week ago.
They struck quickly with a tricky,
hard-driving offense to get their
first score in the first four min-
utes of the game.
* * *
THEY dominated the game the
rest of the way and held Iowa
well away from scoring territory
until late in the third period. The
Hawkeyes couldn't quite make the
goal in that quarter, but used a
pass play, quarterback Glenn
Drahn to Bob McKenzie, to go
over, early in the fourth period.
Fullback Bill Reichardt added the
point. That brought the score .to
First Downs . 16 15
Net Yards Gained
Attempted........ 21 14
Forward Passes 1
Completed........ 10 3
Yds. Forward Passing 162 67
Intercepted by ... 0 4
Yards Gained Runback
Interception .......0 86
Punting Average ... 37 34.6
All Kicks Returned 94 130
Recovered 2 3
By Penalties...... 15 70
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Illini Set New
CHAMPAIGN, Ill., Nov. 5-Illi-
nois' Sophomore terrors, led by
Johnny Karras, set a modern
Western Conference ground-gain-
ing record of 552 yards yesterday
in trouncing Indiana 33-14.
The output, which included 449
yards by rushing and 103 passing,
shattered the old mark of 531 set
by Michigan against Ohio State
* * *
IN A GAME of sensational runs,
which kept a "Dad's Day" crowd
of 40,457 cheering, Illinois won its
first home scrap of the season,
Karras personally accounted for
155 yards in 12 carries for a 12.9-
This boosted the rushing total
for the former prep quarter-
mile champion from Argo, Ill.,
to 624 yards in five games -
only 45 shy of the record punch-
ed by Ohio State's Les Horvath
in six 1944 contests.
Illinois still faces Ohio State and
Northwestern. Karras may yet
put the record out of sight.
The Argo Express, derailing
tacklers right and left, rumbled on
runs of 65, 26, 25, 20 and 15 yards
today as Illinois scored in every
quarter and zoomed onto a record
* * *
COACH RAY ELIOT'S Sopho-
more stampede now has a yardage
average of 334.2 in its three wins,
one loss and one tie in Big Ten
competition. This is ahead of
Michigan's 1943 full season offen-
sive record average of 320 yards.
Bad uers Knife
sin's brisk, business-like Badgers
put on two long drives yesterday
to defeat Northwestern, 14 to 6,
before a homecoming crowd of
The Badger's sharp, efficient
attack carried them 85 yards in
eleven plays for a touchdown in
the first period. They came back
for an encore in the final quarter
and moved 79 yards in 15 plays to
* * *
THE OLD GRADS in the throng
got one big thrill when Art Mura-
kowski, Northwestern's 1948 All-
America fullback, caught a punt
on his 21-yard line and galloped
down the west side for 79 yards
and the only Wildcat marker.
The defeat was the third in
a row for the 1949 Rose Bowl
champions. The triumph gave
the Badgers a conference record
of two victories one tie and a
Bobby Teague, swift, twisting
halfback, paced Wisconsin with
a net gain of 165 yards in 25 car-
ries. He shared the brilliant job of
ball carrying with Gwynn Christ-
ensen, who picked up 77 yards in
27 trips, and Lisle Blackbourn,
the hard running fullback.
But the final payoffs came I#n
the accurate passing of quarter-
back Bob Petruska. He pitched
passes for both touchdowns. His
first touchdown throw, good for 19
yards, was caught by Bob Wilson
in the end zone early in the first
Rudy Trbovich's attempt for
the extra point was wide.
Outside of the two minute per-
iod of rapid scoring and the indi-
vidual touchdowns, both teams
were unable to find a scoring
The two elevens were in scoring
position numerous times through-
out the game, but bowed to the
tightened defenses of the opposi-
MICHIGAN TOOK advantage
of a Purdue fumble to move the
ball to the Boilermaker 11 yard
line earlyhin the game only to
lose the ball on downs.
The Wolverines also moved to
Purdue's eight yard line in the
opening part of the second quar-
ter before failing to make the
necessary yardage. On two other
occasions the Michigan eleven
found itself within the Boiler-
maker 15, once having a first
down on the Purdue nine in the
last quarter. On both occasions
fumbles hampered the Wolver-
Purdue lost two scoring oppor-
tunities in a similar fashion reach-
ing the Michigan eight and twenty
The Wolverines held the Boiler-
makers deep in their own territory
until the later stages of the first
half. In the third period Purdue
retaliated allowing the Wolverines
possession of the ball for only one
series of downs.
ORTMANN, the "two Peter-
sons" and Wally Teninga stood
out for the Wolverines as they
won teir third conference victory.
Purdue found a pair of pass-
ers in Bob Hartman and Ken
Gorgal to offset the disappoint-
ing performance of Harry Szul-
borski, Boilermaker star half-
The Wolverines had a large sta-
tistical edge over the underdog
Boilermakers in yardage gained
by rushing. Michigan netted 237
yards to Purdue's 138. Purdue
gained one more first down than
Michigan, chalking up 16.
* * *
THE GAME WENT down as one
of the roughest played by a Mich-
igan team. The Wolverines were
penalized 70 yards to the Boiler-
Coach Holcomb repeated his
statement of last year, claiming
that the Wolverines were truly
a great team.
Bennie Oosterbaan preferred to
look ahead to next week's game
with Indiana, stating that the
Michigan team plays each game
as it comes. He praised Purdue
for their effort to knock the Wol-
verines out of their third straight
Western Conference Champion-
Here s a picture
of a man who
AP Sports Flashes
WEST POINT, N.Y. - Army's'
Loaded Legions marched relent-
lessly toward the conclusion of an
all-victorious football season to-
day, trampling previously-unbeat-
en Fordham into the cold, wet turf
of Mitchie Stadium, 35-0, as Ar-
nold Galiff a uncorked four touch-
* * *
NEW YORK-Dartmouth tuned
up for next week's clash with un-
beaten Cornell by scalping Colum-
bia today, 35-14 after a stutter-
ing start that fanned false hopes
among the 25,000 Baker Field cus-
* * *
LOS ANGELES-Stanford's alert
Indians blasted the Rose Bowl
dreams of the University of South-
ern California today and kept
their own hopes alive with a sur-
prising 34 to 13 triumph before
70,041 astonished onlookers.
A 20-point burst of scoring pow-
er in the second quarter blotted
the Trojans of USC out of the
Rose Bowl picture, leaving Stan-
ford with one lone loss in the Pa-
cific Coast Conference play and a
chance to knock off undefeated
* * *
NEW ORLEANS - Midshipman
Bob Zastrow matched his bullet
passes today against Eddie Price's
long, swift runs in a brilliant foot-
ball free-for-all today in which
Navy rallied to tie Tulane 21-21.
.LE ........ bland
. LG...... Murray
C ... Carnaghi
.RE ...... Whitmer
. QB ........Gorgal
Wisniewski .. .
Ghindia .. .. . .
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