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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 7,1954 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGUil THRi

Notre Dame and Navy Romp Over Foes;

*INESi~r

'Army 1
Mark Irish,
Cadet WinRs
NEW HAVEN, (A'-Fleet Tommy
Bell burst 64 yards on Army's first
play fromn scrimmage yesterday
and then zing, zing, zing, went the
touchdowns as the Black Knights
Of The Hudson crushed unbeaten
J Yale, 48-7 before a sellout crowd
of 73,600 at Yale Bowl.
Bell, a high-kneed churner, ac-
opmor e oKakr eturn
Vann.
With the score 41-7-after two
touchdowns in each of the first
three periods-coach Earl Blaik of
;b Army called off his point-conscious
regulars and emptied his, ench,
letting reserves get into "the game.
Een that was not enough to stop
the massacre.
Irish Impressive
PHILADELPHIA (A--Ralph Gug-
lielni put on a spectacular show
yesterday, throwing for two touch-
downs, scoring one and setting up
a fourth as Notr;e Dame wore down
Pennsylvania 'and romped to a
42-7 victory.
The six-loot senior from Colum-
bus, Ohio, riddled Penn's leaky
pass defense, completing 13 of 19
attempts for gains of 260 yards
with accurate throws on perfectly
executed plays.
Penn, going down for its seventh
straight defeat, held the Irish
scoreless in the first period and
forced them to dig in deep to stop
* Quaker threats on the seven and
three. An interception by Gugliel-
mi and passes knocked down by1
Dick Szymanski and Don Schaefer
blunted the Penn drive.

outs

Yale; Arkansas Edges Rice
4'
Blast Duke;
Rice Ruined
~~ NORFOLK, Va., (A'-Navy shat-
tered Duke's big line and Duke's
Smorale with a furious first-half at-
tack yesterday, then stood off the
comeback kids from North Caro-
lina to win Norfolk's Eighth Oy-
ster Bowl football game 40-7.
The Midshipmen, playing as if
they were out to surpass Army's
28-14 victory over Duke, smashed
SThen fter qDuke fina l score
ond-string lneup drove t tw
shipmen today.
In addition to running Duke comn-
~. 'x~ ~::~a~~~ ~ pletely ragged with a great ground
-Daily-Chuck Kelsey attack, the Midshipmen handcuffed
Lou Baldaccl (27) fumbles when hit by Abe Woodson on last play of first quar- the Duke attack with seven pass
it up and dashed to Illini 2 to set up the Wolverines' first touchdown. Mich- interceptions.
s also leaping toward the loose ball. Arkansas Still Unbeaten
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (A--Arkan-
sas' undefeated Razorbacks drove
4 Ohio Upsets Indiana, 6-0; fro behind to two fin-quar-ter
touchdowns yesterday and smoth-
erdthe Rice Owls, 28-15, for their
Drub Oegon ta se4-enth staght football conquest
DrubOreg n Stte, 4-6The victory put the Porkers in
., IA - Mi- the position of needing no more
six Indiana the Hoosier's upset of Michigan Geno Cappelletti's three touchdown than a tie with Southern Methodist
them into a last week. passes, brought the Gophers their next Saturday to win their first
n, and main- Helinski blocked Bob Bronston's sixth victory of the season, 44-6. clear-cut Southwest Conference ti-
d with a 6-0 attempted conversion, but the feat IMinnesota, whipped to touch- tle since 1936.
made little difference to the fum- dw fuyb Bo Mcaa's While a capacity crowd of 38,000
unter of the bling Indianans. line smashes, scored the first looked on in War Memorial Stadi-
alfback Bob The Hoosiers were never inside hreimsthnddthbalndum here, the Razorbacks' great
Miamis 25yard ine.Henry Moore riddled the Rice line
donmaGopher Gallo rammed home three touchdowns and sophomore tailback George
yards. p r Pin the third quarter to turn the Walker passed with perfection.
, Mid-Amer- MINNEAPOLIS {A - Minnesota game into a landslide. DcMegeoRiewsbfa
ion, also in- leveled green and futilea Oregon Darrell (Shorty) Cochrane notch- the outstanding player on the field.
by Idiaa Sateyeserdy wth firceed three touchdowns and McNa- The big swift halfback never got
ski, star in ground attack that, spiced with mara two before coach Murray across the Arkansas goal line, but
Warmath, prodding Minnesota to he carried the ball 117 yards; re-
Iits most successful season since turned four punts for 73 yards, and
~ n E-mn 1949, went to his reserves, caught three passes for 27 yards.

OOPS!-Michlgan's
ter, but he scooped
igan's Art Walker i~
Miami c
Gop hers
BLOOMINGTON, Ind
ami of Ohio grabbed
fumbles, turned one of
third-quarter touchdowi
tamned its perfect recor
victory yesterday.
Quarterback Dick Hi
Redskins passed to h~
Wallace for the touch
play that covered 24
The alert Miami club
icnConference champ
quarterback Flo Helin

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F. E. Hendricksen wish to thank
all those students who tried to
rescue their mother and who assisted
the firemen in the fire which de-
stroyed the house at 508 Monroe. )31F

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MICHIGAN 14, Illinois 7
Miami (0.) 6, Indiana 0
Iowa 25, Purdue 14
Ohio State 26, Pitt 0
Michigan state 54, Washington state S
I'!i"*onsin 344, Northwestern 13
Mnnesot 4, Oregon Stt
Oklahoma 40, Iowa state 0
Nebraska 41, Kansas 20

EAST
Army 48, Yale 7
Notre Dame 4?, Penn 7
Harvard 14, Princeton 9
Cornell 14, syracuse 6
Dartmouth 26, Columbia 0
SOUTH
Navy 40, Duke 7
Georgia 14, Florida 13
North Carolina 21, South Carolina 19
Auburn 14, MIami (Fla.) 13
Maryland 42, North Carolina State 14
Georgia Tech 28, Tennessee 7
Albama o0, ln0
Arkansas 28, Rice 15
Baylor 13, Texas 7
SMU 6, Texas A&M 3
C.,,ad AFAR WEsT13
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LOS ANGELES (IP)-Half back
Jim Decker rolled around right
end and ran 91 yards for the
knockout touchdown and unbeaten
UCLA, the nation's No. 1 football
team went onto crush Oregon
USC Nears Bowl
PALO ALTO, Calif. (/)-Oppor-
verted two fumbles ad an tr
cepted pass into a 21-7 Pacific
Coast Conference football victory
over Stan"ord yesterda a vir-
tually clinched a bid to the Rose
Bowl before a crowd of 38,000.
Sooners Roll On
AMES, Iowa (IP) - Oklahoma
crumpled Iowa State's defenses
40-0 yesterday and bounced back
two Cyclone threats inside the 15
for its 16th consecutive victory'.
The victory preservet1 the Big
Seven champion's record of never
losing a conference game under
Coach Bud Wilkinson in eight
seasons.
Baylor Wins
WACO, Tex. (P)-Billy Hooper
ou tgroundth adfaked; feinted
and ran Baylor to a 13-7 victory
over Texas yesterday to keep the
Golden Bears in the Southwest
Conference football race.
SM1U Squeezes By
DALLAS (IP)-Southern Metho-
dist dug out of a 3-0 hole with
a desperate second-half touchdown
drive, then held off Texas A&M
for a 6-3 victory in a Southwest
Conference football game Satur-
day.
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Miami Upset
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (A)-The
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ranked Hurricanes today 14-13 in
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