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THE MGHI+GAN DAILY

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 30, 195'5

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By The Associated Press
COLUMBUS, Ohio-Ohio State
buried Northwestern's winless and
crippled Wildcats under a seven-
touchdown avalanche here yester-
day, the Bucks remaining tied for
the Western Conference leader-
ship with a 49-0 victory.
The powerful Ohioans, grinding
out huge yardage with an unstop-
pable ground attack, had the ball
10 times and scored seven times.
All-America halfback H o w a r d
"Hopalong" Cassady, who saw ac-
tion in only a portion of the first
two quarters, scored two touch-
downs.
Ohio tallied twice in each of the
first, second and final periods and
once in the third. Second, third
and fourth stringers carried on in
the last half.
* * R
MSU 27, Wisconsin 0
MADISON, Wis.-Mi c h i g a n
State, with sophomore Walt Ko-
walczyk gobbling up more yard-
age than a runaway steam shovel,
smothered Wisconsin, 27-0, and
remained within striking distance
of t'he Big Ten football champion-
ship.
The heads-up Spartans scored
their four touchdowns-two by
Kowalczyk--on just 14 plays in
cold, stieady rain at Camp Randall
Stadium before a capacity Badger
Homecoming crowd of 53,529.
The victory gave Michigan State
a 3-1 conference record and vir-
tually eliminated Wisconsin from
contention. The Badgers have lost
two of four Big Ten starts.
Kowalczyk, a 5-11, 198-pound
back, accounted for 172 yards on
10 carries-including the fantas-
tic total of 140 yards in the first
half when he raced 72 yards with
a handoff for the touchdown that
put the Spartans out in front.
* * *
Minnesota 25, USC 19
MINNEAPOLIS-Weather-hard-
ened Minnesota reveled in a swir-
ling snowstorm to beat heavily-
favored Southern California, 25-
19, behind the sledgehammer
Big Ten Standings
W L T Pct.-
MICHIGAN ....4 0 0 1.000
Ohio State .....3 0 0 1.000
Michigan State 3 1 0 .750
Purdue .......2 1 1 .625
Wisconsin ......2 2 0 .500
Iowa ..........1 2 1 .375
Indiana ........1 2 0 .333
-Illinois .........1 3 0 .250
Minnesota ......1 3 0 .250
Northwestern ...0 4 0 .000

set up another to take the thund-
er from Southern Cal's great back,
Jon Arnett.
The Californians, beat previous-
ly only by Washington, couldn't
marshal a sustained drive until
deep in the fourth quarter and
stayed in the fight on the strength
of long touchdown runbacks by
Gordon Duvall and Ernie Merk.
Purdue 13, Illinois 0
CHAMPAIGN, Ill.-With their
beef trust completely smothering
Illinois' national-ranking attack
the Purdue Boilermakers hooked
up a pair of 80-yard scoring drives
to wreck the Illini's Homecoming,
13-0.
The Illini, whose total offense
average of 375.4 yards per'game
was fourth best in the country,
were stymied by Purdue's huge
line, averaging 220 pounds per
man.
Indiana 21, Ohio U. 14
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - M lit
Campbell, Indiana University's for-
mer national decathlon champion,
took turns giving a football to
Ohio Uiversity and then taking
it away Saturday as his Big Ten
team defeated the Mid-American
Conference eleven, 21-14.,

"HOPALONG" CASSADY
... another big day
blows of sophomore fullback Dick
Borstad.
A homecoming crowd of about
60,000, huddling in 33 degree
weather, saw the 10th-ranked Cal-
ifornians outpowered by a team
which had won only one game in
five tries but which was almost
faultless in the face of wretched
weather.
Borstad slammed for two touch-
downs and blocked a kick which

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In West Coast Conference

Same Location 25 Years
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By The Associated Press
LOS ANGELES - The UCLA
Bruins noved another stride to-
ward the Rose Bowl, using their
reserves in the main to smash
California, 47-0, in a Pacific Coast
Conference game.
Registering their fourth confer-
ence triumph against no defeats,
UCLA unloaded three touchdowns
in a big second quarter to clinch
the game.
Halfback Ronnie Knox, whose
transfer from California after his
freshman year stirred up an up-
roar, took the field for the first
time against his "alma mater"
and turned in a fine performance.
He scored two touchdowns and
was the passing star of the game.
* * *
Oregon State 13, Washington 7
SEATTLE-Fullback Tom Ber-
ry picked off a fluttering fumble,
galloped 72 touchdown yards and
before the stunned enemy could
recover Oregon state had carved

out a second touchdown and a
13-7 Pacific Coast Conference
football victory over favored
Washington.
The victory was wrapped up in
the space of 3 minutes late in the
Varsity swimming practice
will begin tomorrow. All men
interested in trying out for the
swimming team report to the
varsity pool, I-M Building any
time.
--Gus Stager
third quarter and it was Berry
who set up the second touchdown
by recovering Washington's fumble
of the kickoff that followed the
first OSC tally.
Up to the moment of the deci-
sion Washington had pushed the
Beavers all over the sloppy field
and scored its one touchdown on
an OSC miscue in the second
period.

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