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October 25, 1953 - Image 7

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UnbeatenStreaks End for Spartans,



Boilermakers Stop MSC
Win Skein at 28 Straight

Notre Dame Triumphs
Over Engineers, 27-14

Packers Fall



To Steelers
In NFL Tilt

(Continued from Page 1)
a member of the conference, had-
n't been beaten since it dropped
a 34-7 decision to Maryland in
Michigan State's best drive
ended with Froncie Gutman's
snatch of a Yeweic pass on the
Purdue 28. Michigan State had
reached the Purdue 17, largely
on a 26-yard pass from Yewclc
to end Bill Quinlon. It never
again came so close except on
Boldon's nullified long run.
Rex Brock played the best game,
of his career, gaining 82 yards in
18 rushes.
unsuccessful field goal attempts
for Purdue from the 20 and 15-
yard stripes before the Boilermak-
ers hammered over their big touch-
Ehrman's interception of Yew-
cic's pass intended for end Don
Dohoney started Purdue's win-
ning drive from its 22-yard line.
The Boilermakers pulled a pen-
alty for an illegal formation and
Brock punted from his 30, only
to get the ball back on Michi-
gan State's roughing.
Soccer Club
Defeats Ohio
Wesleyan. 5-2
Playing irr a semi-drizzle and on
a muddy field, the Wolverine Soc-
cer Club downed Ohio Wesleyan
University, 5-2, yesterday morn-
All of the goals were scored by
one player, Hank Reichart, who
booted them in during the first
half of the game. The first was
kicked in after seven minutes of
the first period with the second
coming two minutes later.
* * *
REICHART gave Michigan a 3-0
lead when an Ohio player touched
the ball with his hands and the
Wolverines were awarded a pen-
alty shot.
Ohio Wesleyan came back with
a goal with five minutes to go in
the second period. The Michigan;
team then rebounded with two
more goals near the end of the
second quarter. The Ohio aggrega-
tion scored its final goal with 30
seconds to go in the third period.

Pobojewski, Neves and Brock al-
ternated in the 12 plays climaxed
by Pobojewski's touchdown. It took
the Boilermakers three smashes
from the Michigan State 1 and the
victory-hungry Purdue crowd was
in such a frenzy that the players
could not hear the signals.
* * *
IT WAS the second time in re-
cent years that Purdue ended a
great winning streak. In 1949
Purdue upset Notre Dame 28-14
after the Fighting Irish had won
39 straight games.
Michigan State 0 0 0 0-0
Purdue 0 0 0 6-6

. . 94-yard run wasted

SOUTH BEND, Ind.-(P)-Notre
Dame, the nation's No. 1 team,
survived a tooth-and-nail second
half without stricken Coach Frank
Leahy yesterday to shatter Georgia
Tech's vaunted 31-game unbeaten
streak 27-14.
It was a dramatic, bitterly
fought game that really started
after Notre Dame left the field at
halftime leading 7-0, but came
back without Leahy who collapsed
with a "muscular spasm" in the
lower chest.
LEAHY WAS TAKEN to a hos-'
pital in the third quarter about
the time Tech bounced back with
a 70-yard scoring drive before
Notre Dame with lightning swift-
ness scored two touchdowns on a
short pass and a bad pass by
Tech's third string center into the
end zone.
Georgia Tech, last beaten by
Alabama 54-19 on Nov. 18, 1950,
made one more comeback, scor-
ing in the third two minutes of
the last quarter on a pass cov-
ering 53 yards, from brilliant
freshman quarterback Wade
Mitchell to halfback Billy Teas.
Crumbling under the bruising
Irish attack as the end neared,

first six-pointer against Tech in
22 games.
The aerial score was Notre
Dame's second touchdown which
broke a 7-7 tie in the third quar-
ter and capped a 56-yard drive.
It came on a nine-yard shot
from quarterback Ralph Gugliel-
mi to halfback Joe Heap.
Only a few minutes later, the
Irish scored the clinching touch-
down, a "gift" from Jim Morris,
third string Tech center. Snapping
back for a punt, Morris centered
the ball high over punter Jim
Carlen, a thirdvstring guard,
standing in the end zone.
* * .*

USC Drubs California, 3-
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TACKLE Art Hunter fell on
ball midway in the end zone
the Notre Dame touchdown.


PITTSBURGH - (W) - Half-
back Jim Popcorn Brandt, making
his first start of the season, and
fullback Frank Rogel powered the
Pittsburgh Steelers to a thump-
ing 31-14 victory over the Green
Bay Packers last night in a Na-
tional Football League game.
Brandt, an understudy all sea-
son to Ray Mathews, scored two
touchdowns on short line plunges.
Rogel's bull-like thrusts helped the
Steelers to two others.
* * *
sneaked over for the first Steeler
touchdown and Lynn Chandnois
skirted left end for six yards for
the other score. Tackle Nick Bolko-
vac booted a 45-yard field goal
and kicked four extra points for
Quarterback Babe Parilli scor-
ed Green Bay's first touchdown
in the third period from one-
yard out after the Packers had
recovered a fumble by Chand-
nois on the Steeler 43.
The Steelers' rock-ribbed de-
fense bottled up the Green Bay
attack completely in the first half.
The Packers got only one first
down, that on an offside penalty.

Minnesota 22, Michigan 0
Purdue 6, Michigan State 0
Illinois 20, Syracuse 13
Ohio State 20, Wisconsin 19
Iowa 19, Indiana 13
Northwestern 27, Pittsburgh 21
Fordham 40, Rutgers 13
Colgate 7, Yale 7 (tie)
Army 40, Columbia 7
Penn 9, Navy 6
Cornell 26, Princeton 19
Delaware 30, Connecticut 14
Maine 37, Bates 7
Brown 6, Holy Cross 0'
Penn State 27, Texas Chris-
tian 21
Harvard 20, Dartmouth 14
Lafayette 7, Bucknell 6
Amherst 20, Wesleyan 20 (tie)
Notre Dame 27, Georgia Tech
Marquette 20, College of Paci-
fic 20
Missouri 23, Nebraska 7
Drake 12, Iowa State 7
Butler 47, Indiana State 12
Rose Poly 27, Illinois College 0
Indiana Central 18, Hanover 6
Wabash 28, Sewanee 7
Camp Atterbury, Ind. 26, Xa-
vier Ohio Freshmen 13
Earlham 18, Taylor 13
Anderson 12, Manchester 8
Albion 19, DePauw 0
Georgia 27, North Carolina 14
Tennessee 59, Louisville 6
West Virginia 52, VMI 20

Virginia Tech 32, Washing-
ton & Lee 12
William & Mary 12, George
Washington 7
Alabama 7, Mississippi State
7 (tie)
Mississippi 28, Arkansas 0
Auburn 34, Tulane 7
Duke 31, North Carolina State 0
Florida 21, L.S.U. 21 (tie)
Furman 34, Davidson 0
Vanderbilt 28, Virginia 13
Tufts 12, Williams 9
Kansas State 21, Wichita 0.
Oklahoma 27, Colorado 20
S.M.U. 14, Kansas 6
Baylor 14, Texas A&M 13
Rice 18, Texas 13
New Mexico 41, Montana 13
Washington U. 18, Western
Mines 7
Oregon 26, San Jose State 13
Utah 13, Wyoming 12
UCLA 44, Washington State 7
Southern California 32, Cali-
fornia 20
Stanford 13, Washington 7
Oregon State 19, Idaho 0
Detroit 18, Oklahoma A&M 14
Wake Forest 13, Richmond 13
Kentucky 19, Villanova 0
Brandeis 6, Wayne 0
Houston 24, Arizona State
Tempe 20
New York Knickerbockers 81,
College All-Stars 71

Guard Menil Mavraides con-
verted after the first three Notre
Dame touchdowns, missing his
fourth attempt.


By The Associated Press
BERKELEY, Calif. - Southern
California's mighty Trojans de-
livered a smashing blow to Cali-
fornia's Rose Bowl hopes yester-
day when they thundered to a
32-20 victory over the Bears in
their annual football thriller.
The game was witnessed by 78,-
000 persons-the largest crowd for
a Pacific Coast Conference game
I so far this year.
THE TROJANS, defending PCC
champions, winners last New
Years in the Rose Bowl and in-
eligible to return, sidetracked the
Bears on a field cluttered with
fumbles by the home team.
Southern California went 58
yards almost on sheer power to
score in the first period. Three
more TDs followed California
fumbles in the second period.
One was from the Cal 7, another
fronm the 5 and the last from
the 4.
The Trojans pulverizing defen-
sive charges had a lot to do with
the Bear miscues. A third period
touchdown by USC climaxed a 66-
yard thrust.
* * *
LOS ANGELES -- Washington
State annoyed UCLA for the first
five minutes of ° their Pacific
Coast Conference game yesterday,
then absorbed a 44-7 whipping.

aged to travel 37 yards in nine
laborious plays and two UCLA
offsides to score the touchdown.
Then began a nightmare under
the sun for the visitors, featured
by a 68-yard run, plus another for
38 by UCLA All-America candi-
date halfback Paul Cameron.
IN THE final seconds of the
game, halfback Don Stalwick in-
tercepted a Washington State pass
and raced it back 70 yards for the
seventh and final touchdown for
Cameron led the Bruins as he
gained 121 yards running, passed
for 47 and scored two touchdowns.
Beavers Score ...
MOSCOW, Idaho -- (AP) - The
Oregon State Beavers broke a sea-
son-long touchdown famine Satur-
day with three for a 19-0 victory
over Idaho in a slow battle be-
tween two Pacific Coast Conference
also rans.
The Beavers, blanked five
straight times before, scored in
the first 3% minutes and then put
together two long drives in the
second half.

The roaring partisan crowd of
58,254 was convinced after full-
back Neil Worden pierced seven
yards for the first Irish score that
the befuddled Southerners were
due for a sound trimming.
*, * *

Tech yielded the fourth~Notre ruIT WAS bang-bang-bang by a
Dame touchdown on a two-yard! ruthless running attack 'which
smash by halfback Johnny Latt- swept the Irish 80 yards to their
ner. 7-0 lead in the game's first 10
* * jplays.
THE ever-exploiting Irish, in Georgia Tech 0 0 7 7-14
smashing to their fourth victory Notre Dame 7 0 14 6-27
of the season, scored the most
touchdowns in one game against NHL HOCKEY
Tech since the Engineer streak Montreal' 1, Detroit 0
began. They also passed to the' Boston 3, Toronto 2


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