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SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 23,1956

w'HE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE SEVEN

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 23,1956 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE SEVETf

Syracuse Upsets Highly-Rated Maryland

NEW SHIPMENTS of

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Pitt Defeats West Virginia;

Georgia Tech Wins, 14-6

By The Associated Pres
COLLEGE PARK, Md. (M) --
Syracuse used Jim Brown to rip
along the ground and scored twice
on passes and a '11-yard return of
a fumble by end Dick Lasse to beat
Maryland's mixed up football team
26-12 in their season's opener yes-
terday.
Brown, a bruising 212-pounder,
caught one touchdown pass from
Jim. Ridlon, blasted four yards
around end for another, and
zoomed 78 yards to set up a third.
Syracuse, beaten 34-13 last sea-
son when Maryland was coached
by Jim Tatum, practically gave

COACH TOMMY MONT.. .
sad Maryland debut

Green 13ruin
Team Beats
Utah, 13-7
LOS ANGELES (M)-Utah failed
to get its attack rolling Friday
night and bowed to the UCLA
Bruins, 13-7, before 37,000 foot-'
ball fans in Los Angeles' Coliseum.
UCLA used only two seniors in
downing the Utes. Four other
UCLA four-year men, who. suf-
fered a five-game restriction pen-
alty at the hands of the Pacific
Coast Conference, were saved by
Coach Red. Sanders for tougher
* assignments.
The Uclans took advantage of
Utah mistakes to score their first
touchdown, added another in the
second, and were held scoreless
from there on. Utah, the 15-point,
underdog, scored its lone touch-
down early in the fourth quarter.
Aussie, Flam.
Vie in Finals
LOS ANGELES (M)-Australian
star Ken Rosewall, with a straight
set victory over Gilbert Shea, and
Herbie Flam, with a surprising
triumph over Vic Seixas, won their
way "into the singles finals of the
30th Annual Pacific Southwest
Tennis Tournament.
Australia's recent winner of the
United States singles title disposed
of an oft-threatening Shea of Los
Angeles 9-7, 6-3; 6-4.
Flam, of Beverly Hills, repeat-

Maryland its second touchdown
just before the game ended with
third stringers playing on both
sides.
Terps Open Well
Maryland, started off impres-
sively for the first time under
Coach Tommy Mont by taking a
6-0 lead soon after the opening
kickoff. But Syracuse marched
right back to the tying touchdown
and leading extra point by Brown
to take charge the rest of the
way. John McVicker, Tery half-
back returned a punt 67 yards to
put Maryland in its early scoring
position.
« * *
Fumbles Hurt West Virginia
MORGANTOWN, W. Va.-The
University of Pittsburgh converted
two costly fumbles by the West
Virginia Mountaineers to edge
out a 14-13 victory here today in
a rip-roaring football game which
saw the favored Panthers out-
played.
The sellout crowd of 34,800
watched unheralded West Virginia
dominate the game throughout
against their arch rivals.
Pitt, trailing by six points going
into the third quarter, struck
twice in lightning like succession
to win the 49th meeting in the
series starting in 1895.
A punt by Pitt fullback Tom
Jenkins rolled dead on the WVU
3. On the first play, Mountaineer
fullback Larry Krutko fumbled
going into the line and Pitt re-
covered. Two plays later fleet
Ray DiPasquale went around left
end for the Panthers' first touch-
down. Mabrose Bagamery's
placement was god for a 7-6 lead.
On the kickoff, West Virginia's
Ralph Anastasio was hit hard by
a mob of Panthers and fumbled at
the 20. Pitt recovered. Ray Pas-
sodelis scored from the 5. four
plays later. Quarterback Darrell
Lewis tacked on the 14th point,
with 5:19 left in the period.
A quarterback sneak by Mickey
Trimarki accounted for both WVU
touchdowns.
* * *
Tech's Volkert Stars
LEXINGTON, Ky. - Swift
George Volkert exploded around
Hoosier Stricken
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (P)-
Guard Mert Hoagland of Indi-
ana University's football team
was hospitalized Saturday with
an illness diagnosed by the
team physician as polis.
His illness raised the ques-
tion whether Indiana will be
able to open against Iowa Sat-
urday.
his left end for a 54-yard touch-
*down sprint to seal Georgia Tech's
14-6 fotball victory over Ken-
tucky Saturday.
Volkert's dazzling third-period
run behind the protection of tackle
Ormond Anderson provided one of
the few . offensive thrills for a
shirt-sleeve crowd of 30,000 and a
national television audience.
Reserve Strength a Factor
Tech, obviously attempting to
take advantage of Its superior re-
serve strength, kept reasonable
control of the ball the opening
half, marking 80 yards in 19 plays
for one touchdown.
Kentucky penetrated midfield
only five times, giving the Tech
defense only one anxious moment.
The key in Tech's first touchdown
was a 20-yard dash around left
end by Volkert that carried to the
Kentucky 31, and a fourth-down
12-yard pass from Vann to half-
back Paul Rotenberry to the Ken-
tucky eight. Two plays later, Vann
umped and passed to end Ted
Smith in the end zone.
TCU Routs Kansas
LAWRENCE, Kan. - Halfback
Ken Wineburg reeled off three
touchdowns, one on an 80-yard

run to outshine teammate Jim
Swink in leading Texas Christian
University's Horned Frogs to a
32-0 victory over the Kansas Jay-
hawks in a football season opener
today.

Tarheels Lose
To N.C. State
CHAPEL HILL, N. C. (AP) -
Quarterback Tom Katich and
Billy Franklin each threw two
touchdown passes as North Caro-
lina State upset North Carolina,
26-6, to spoil the start of the new
regime of coach Jim Tatum.
A crowd of 37,000 saw the foot-
ball season opener for the two
Atlantic Coast Conference teams.
It was sweet victory for State,
which had not beaten the Tar
Heels since 1942 when, ironically,
Tatum was serving his first hitch
as coach at North Carolina, his
alma mater.

SMU Upsets
Irish, 19-13
DALLAS (AP)-Green as grass
Southern Methodist, led by Char-
lie Arnold, who collected numer-
ous splinters on the bench last
season, mocked down the nation's
No. 3 team-Notre Dame--19-13
last night in one of the major
upsets of college football.
It was the first time for Notre
Dame to lose an opening game
since 1934 and a Southwest Con-
ference team beat the Irish then-
Texas.
Arnold faked, passed and ran
Notre Dame dizzy while his mates
thoroughly outplayed all of the
Irish except Paul Hornung, the
All-America quarterback.

COLLEGE, FOOTBALL
Detroit 20, Marquette 7
Oregon State 19, Missouri 13
Central Michigan 14, Western
Michigan 7
Texas A & M 19, Villanova 0
Baylor 7, California 6
Oregon 35 Colorado 0
Rice 20, Alabama 13
South Carolina 7, Duke 0
Vandebilt 14, Georgia 0
USC 44, Texas 20
SPORTS
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