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PAGE TWO

T-8- MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 26.1954r

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Collegiate Grid Scores

Yale 27, Connecticut 0
Northwestern 27, Iowa State 14
Dartmouth 27, Holy Cross 26
Colgate 19, Cornell 14
Princeton 10, Rutgers 8
Navy 27, William and Mary 0
Defiance 7, Adrian 6
Arkansas 41, Tulsa 0
Washington (St. Louis) 58, Mo. Mines
14
UCLA 32, Kansas 7
Central Michigan 25, Western Michi-
gan 13
Louisiana 26, Albright 0
Tennessee 19, Mississippi St. 7
Memphis State 13, Tulane 13
Amhearst 32, Colby 12
Va. Tech 32, Wake Forest 0
Tennessee State 18, Va. State 0
V.M.I. 16, George Washington 14

North Carolina 20, North Carolina
State 6
Georgia 14, Clemson 7
Virginia 27, Lehigh 21
Auburn 45, Chattanooga 0
Colodardo 46, Colorado A&M 0
California 45, San Jose State 0
Brown 18, Columbia 7
Tennessee 19, Mississippi State 7
Kansas State 21, Wyoming 13
Northwestern 27, Iowa State 14
Boston U 33, Brandeis 0
Western Kentucky 24, East Tenn.
State 6
Boston 12, Detroit 7
Michigan Normal 32, Hillsdale 13
Cincinnati 42, Dayton 13
Miami (Ohio) 46, Bowling Green 7
Western Reserve 12, Toledo 7
Alabama 12, LSU 0
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Missourible
LAFAYETTE, Ind. (T)-Leon-
ard Dawson, a six-foot sopho-
more playing his first college
football game, rifled four
touchdoyn passes for a big, alert
Purdue team yesterday in a
31-4 rout of the Missouri Tig-
ers.
Sophomore end Bob Knoenle
hauled down two of Dawson's
touchdown passes and also dis-
tinguished, himself by recover-
ing a Missouri fumble that set
up Purdue's first touchdown.
It was Purdue's first opening
gave victory in eight years,

Penn State Surprises Illini;
South Carolina Stuns Army'

Sooners Win in Near Upset;
Irish Trounce Texas, 2 1-0

Illini Running Attack
By Nittany Lion Line;

Held in Check
Army's Kyasky Hurt

CHAMPAIGN, Ill. (P) - Penn
State, sharp defensively and with
a tolhado-like attack led by quar-
terback Don Bailey and halfback
Lennly Moore, subdued highly fa-
vored Illinois and its sputtering
runners to score A. 14-12 upset
Saturday.
Although J. C. Caroline and
sophomore Abe Woodson, the Il-
lini's heralded ball carriers occa-
sionally broke loose for good gains,
they were grounded by Penn
State's great ends and tacklers at
times when it would have counted'
most.
Arnelle Recovers Fumble
It was Illinois' first opening sea-
son loss since being whipped by
Camp Grant (Ill.) in 1943.
Jesse Arnelle, 6-5, 228-pound

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Duke Crushes
Pennsylvania
By 52-0 Count
PHILADELPHIA (P)-Byron Al-
dridge broke down the door and a
hard-hitting Duke poured through
to a crushing 52-0 victory over
Pennsylvania Saturday in an in-
tersectional football opener at
Franklin Field.
Coach Bill Murray cleaned his
bench of 40 men and finished with
third and fourth stringers in
handing Penn its first humiliating
defeat since Army's Doc Blanchard
and Glenn Davis rolled up a 61-0
trouncing in 1945.
It was a sad debut for Penn's
new coach, Steve Sebo, who
brought in a new regime from
Michigan State.
Aldridge personally marshaled a
76-yard touchdown drive which
broke a scoreless deadlock late in
the second period and set Duke's
awesome scoring machine into mo-
tion.
Then the Blue Devils pushed
over two more touchdowns in the
third period and five in the fourth.

junior end for Penn State, recov-
ered Mickey Bates' fumble on the
Illinis 28 in the first quarter and
Bailey eventually shot a 24-yard
scoring pass to Arnelle. Jim Gar-
rity booted his first of two critical
extra points.
The Nittany Lions added their
other seven points in the second
period. Bailey set it up with a 50-
yard run, longest of the day., He
then broke loose for six yards andi
as he was about to be tackled lat-
eraled to Moore ,who sped the fin-
al 12 to score.
Woodson Scores Early
Quarterback Em Lindbeck, on a
screen pass to Woodson, was good
for a 20-yard Illinois touchdown
in the first four minutes of the
game.
Illinois tallied again in the third,
Woodson zigzagging the final 17
yards to cap a 77-yard drive.
But after the first touchdown,
Caroline's try for point was wide.
And on the second, Bob Wiman's
attempt hit the horizontal bar and
bounced back.
Penn State Line Strong
Penn State displayed midseason
form and was so strong down the
middle that Illinois fullback Bates
seldom took a shot at it. The re-
sult was that the ends and line-
backers concentrated most atten-
tion on the flanks, and Caroline.
and Woodson usually found a gang
waiting to ambush them.
Penn State ...... 7 7 0 0-14
Illinois.........6 0 6 0-12
Penn State scoring: Touchdowns Ar-
nelle, Moore, Conversions, Garrity
2.
Illinois Scoring: Touchdowns Wood-
son 2.
* * *
WEST POINT (;P)-South Caro-
lina double-platooned a green and
undermanned Army football team
with a horde of fleet backs Sat-
urday and handed the Cadets a
crushing 34-20 defeat in their
opening game of the season.
Four of the five South Carolina
touchdowns were scored on the
ground and three of them on
drives of 96- 97 and 80 yards.
Kyasky Injured
Army suffered a crushing blow
when Bob Kyasky, heralded soph-
omore halfback who had done
much to keep the Cadets in the
game, went out with an injured
shoulder just after South Caro-
lina had tied the score 14-14 late
in the second quarter.
* * *
Kyasky's injury coupled with the
disappointing showing of the team
that was rated the best in the
East previous to yesterday's upset,,
considerably raises the hopes of
Michigan's Wolverines, Army's
next opponent.
Army, who has never lost to a
Michigan team will definitely be
on the rebound and looking for a
way to salvage its high national
rankings.

J. C. CAROLINE
.. failed to convert
Gators .Beat
Engineers
In Big Upset
ATLANTA (R)-Jackie Simpson
and Mal Hammack led a battling
gang of Florida Gators to a 13-12
upset victory yesterday over Geor-
gia Tech, the nation's fifth-rank-
ing football power.
The speed of Simpson and the
tremendous power of Hammack
was more than Tech's tackle-
weak defenses could stop. A dan-
gerous Gator passing attack kept
Tech off balance.
Florida drew first blood in the
third quarter, Simpson racing
around his own right end from
the four to climax a 52-yard
march. Dick Allen converted.

NORMAN (AP)-Oklahoma, the
nation's No. 1 football team, ex-
ploded with two touchdowns with-
in five minutes in the last quar-
ter to come from behind and whip
underated Texas Christian 21-16
yesterday.
The Sooners lost their star split
"T" quarterback, with a broken
shoulder just before the half and
sophomore Jim Harris took over
skillfully to direct OU to its 11th
victory and the second this year.
Time Runs Out on TAU
TCU was rated a three-touch
down underdog and looked like it
had the upset of the day in the
making. Sparked by its amazing
stable of sophomores, ,TCU drove
to the Oklahoma eight when the
fiinal gun went off.
Harris scored two of Oklahoma's
touchdowns, one on a 69 - yard
punt return. Bob Herndon added
the other tally on a 10-yard drive
through center after half back
Buddy Leake had set up the score
with a 50-yard punt return.
Calame May Not Play
The victory proved costly for Ok-
lahoma because it was learned aft-
er the game that Calame's injury
may keep him out for the rest of
the season.
With the crowd of 50,000 stand-
ing and screaming, the Sooners
came back fast for their two big
touchdowns. The tally that pulled
Oklahoma up to 14-16 came at the
end of a 75-yard march sparked
by fullback Bob Burris who made
smashing runs of 12 and 19 yards.
Harris then rammed two yards to
score.
* * *
SOUTH BEND (W) - sQuarter-
back Ralph Guglielmi scored two
touchdowns and passed to a third
as Notre Dame's fighting Irish gave
new Coach Terry Brannan a tri-

umphant sendoff 21 - 0 over the
stubborn Texas Longhorns yester-
day.
Guglielmi also made two great
pass interceptions to harass the
game Texans, who twice fumbled
the ball away within Notre Dames
10 when they were very much in
the game.
Leahy Looks On
With his former coach, retired
Frank Leahy, watching from a box
seat among the 57,594 fans, Bren-
nan uncovered an Irish team that
gave all the indication of living
up to its No. 1 ranking In the pre-
season Associated Press poll.
Notre Dame moved ahead 7-0 in
the second period on Guglielmi's
19-yard pass to end Dan Shannon.
The Irish made it 14-0 In the third
quarter with a 79-yard match in
10 plays, capped by Guglielmi's
one yard smash.
Gophers Rally,
Trip 'Hgushers
MINNEAPOLIS ()-Minnesta
stumbled through a maze of blown
chances in the first half to subdue
Nebraska 19-7 Saturday.
Quarterback Geno Cappelletti
lanced nine yards on a split 'T
keeper for a first-quarter touch-
down and sped 16 to set up the
Gophers' decisive score in the
third quarter.
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ONE-SIDED WINS:
Wisconsin Slams Marquette;
OSU Downs Hoosiers, 28-0

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Wanted!a
Assistant wrestling coach Bob
Betzig has issued the season's
first call for any University stu-
dent who would rather spend
his afternoons rolled, bent, or
folded than in an upright posi-
tion.
Anyone who has the slightest
interest in the sport is urged to
appear at the wrestling room of
the Sports Building, at 4:15 on
Monday. Experience is definite-
ly not necessary to attend this
meeting. Fifty percent of those
men who appear at these initial
meetings have never been on a
mat before.

MADISON (P)-A power-packedv
Wisconsin football team that scor-
ed in every quarter swamped Mar-
quette 52-14 before a shirt-sleeved
crowd of 52,819 in the season open-
er yesterday. f
The Badgers counted twice in
the early stages .to lead 13-0, but
Marquette snapped back spec-
tacularly to take a 14-13 lead.
After that, however, the Badgers
climbed ahead 20-14 and won go-
ing away.
Bratt Scores Three
Clary Bratt, tall senior halfback,
scored three times for the Badg-
ers. He opened the touchdown pa-
rade by taking a 29-yard pass
from quarterback Jimmy , Miller
and twice taking pitchouts to go
all the way-once from 17 yards
out and another time from the
five.
Marquette counted twice within

the spec of one minute in the sec-
ond quar~er to grab the lead mo-
mentarily.
COLUMBUS (') - Ohio State
turned loose its touchdown twins,
Hopalong Cassady and Bob Wat-
kins, for two scores each yester-
day to overwhelm undermanned
Indiana 28-0.
Cassady scored the first touch-
down on a four-yard pitchout
sweep around end with only sev-
en seconds to go in the opening
quarter. He raced 68 yards after
plucking a fumble out of the air
for the first of Ohio's two last-pe-
riod counters.
Indiana Leads in First Downs
Watkins scored on an eight-
yard sweep around left end in the
third period and on a 12-yard
dash through the middle for the
final score.
Indiana had 18 first downs to
Ohio's 15, but did most of its
gaining between the 20-yard lines.
The Hoosiers were unable to dent
the Buckeye defense when in scor-
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