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THE MCMGAN DAILY

SU"1' ')AY. OCTOMM 1:19M

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College Football Scores

BIG TEN
chigan State 9, MICHIGAN 0
ishington 28, Illinois 13
lane 20, Northwestern 13
io State 32, Stanford 20
wa 14, Oregon State 13
,thern California 13, Wis-
sin 6
inesota 21, Purdue 14
tre Dame 20, Indiana 6
EAST
in 14, Dartmouth 7
iceton 39, Columbia 0
my 14, Penn State 7
ts 19, Harvard 13

OJSU CONQUERS STANFORD:
Gophers' Rally Nips Purdue, 21-14

*Yale 20, Brown 2
Navy 14, Cornell 0
MIDWEST
*Nebraska 9, Iowa State 7
Oklahoma 66, Kansas State 0
Colorado 26, Kansas 25
Southern Methodist 33, Mis-
souri 27
SOUTH
*Baylor 14, Maryland 0
*Tennessee 33, Duke 20
Kentucky 17, Florida 6
*Virginia 7, Wake Forest 6
*Texas A&M 40, Texas Tech 7
*Vanderbilt 32, Alabama 7

SOUTHWEST AND FAR WEST
*Texas Christian 41, Arkansas 6
*Southern Methodist 33, Mis-
souri 27
*West Virginia 7, Texas 6
*California 14, Pittsburgh 0
UCLA 6,)Oregon 0
* denotes gfid picks contest
games.
NFL SCORES
Detroit 31, Baltimore 14
Cleveland 14, Pittsburgh 10
Philadelphia 13, Washington 9

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MI NNEAPOLIS (M)-Minnesota's
brule strength offense overcame a
halfUl ile Purdue lead to subdue
the B cdlermakers, 21-14, yesterday
in a battle of massive lines.
1 e hind the straight line blasts
of tO1 ck Borstad, Ken Bombardier
ane Zob Schultz, the Gophers
rubbe .d out a 14-7 Purdue margin
with two third-quarter touch-
down s, then stood off Len Daw-
son's eleventh-hour aerial strikes
in th ° final period.
* * *
OSU 32, Stanford 20
CC UMBUS, Ohio ()-Ohio
Sti ~e turned loose two terrific
groin -ad-eating halfbacks yesterday
to d efeat Stanford, 32-20, in an
into .-sectional football contest, but
the ,.ob'ust Bucks needed two last
per Iqi breaks to conquer the air-
minded Indians.
'USC 13, Wisconsin 6
MAI )ISON, Wis. ('P)--Jon Arnett,
as cor Usistent a runner as there is
in cql Iege football, averaged seven

yards on 25 carries and scored the
deciding touchdown yesterday as
Southern California defeated Wis-
consin, 13-6.
* * * .
Washington 28, Illinois 13
SEATTLE (P)-Red-haired Dean
Derby slashed through the line for
Armchair
Quarterbacks:
There will be two showings
of the Michigan State game
pictures tomorrow at 7:30 and 9
p.m. in Room 3R-S of the
Union. Former Wolverine full-
back Dick Balzhiser will act as
narrator.
a,92-yard touchdown run to start
Washington on the trail to a 28-13
victory yesterday over favored
Illinois.
Iowa 14, Oregon State 13
IOWA CITY ()-Iowa, sloppy

and ineffective for more than
three quarters against a stubborn
Oregon State defense, struck
quickly through the air for two
fourth-quarter touchdowns and a
14-13 victory over the Pacific Coast
conference team yesterday.
* * *
Notre Dame 20, Inidiana 6
SOUTH BEND, Ind (P)--Notre
Dame marched 99 yards for an
insurance touchdown in a 20-6
victory over stubborn Indiana,
which threatened all the way in
the 1956 home football opener at
Notre Dame Stadium yesterday.
* * *
Tulane 20, NU 13
EVANSTON, Ill. (P)--Tulane's
small, speedy backs were like a
swarm of hornets yesterday as
they punctured beefy Northwestern
for three touchdowns in the second
period and held threatening con-
trol throughout )the game to gain
a 2O-13 intersectional football tri-
umph.

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-Daily-Dick Gaskill
LOOK OUT BELOW-Michigan halfback Terry Barr (41) 'skirts
left end as Michigan State center John Matsko, in hot pursuit,
hurdles a pile of players.
Turn M iscues into Vict ory;"
Mendyk Scores Lone TAD

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With seven yards to go on sec-
ond down, Bob Ptacek completed
an over-the-line aerial to Kramer,
but S backfield in motion penalty
pushed the Wolverines back to
the 43.
Van Pelt's pass intended for,
Shannon was incomplete and the
quarterback was thiown for an
eight-yard loss on the next down.
This forced Michigan to punt for
the first time from its own 49.
The Wolverines' last and deep-
est penetration of the half came
midway in the second period on a
drive beginning on the Michigan
47.
Passes Continue To Click
Van Pelt continued to click on
short passes to Kramer and Capt.
Tom Maentz and Barr made im-
portant gains on the ground as the
Wolverines reached State's 14 for
a first. down.
Michigan gained only, one yard
on the next three plays and was
thwarted again when Barr's pass
to Ptacek on a fake field goal play'
carried the ball only to the 10.
In the second half, the Wolver-
ines connected on five more passes
to give them an 11 for 21 comple-
tion record for the day, but the
jump pass-their early specialty-
backfired to give Michigan State
its first scoring opportunity in the
third period.
Herrnstein's first collegiate aerial,
fell right into the hands of Spar-
tan guard Arch Matsos who
brought the ball to the Michigan
43 before Dick Hill tackled him.
Halted on 13
MSU's attack rolled up two first
downs before being halted at the
13. It was from there that Matsko
booted his fourth-down field goal
from midway between the sidelines
on the 20.
A revised and revitalized Spartan
defense bottled up Michigan's
rushing attack for the rest of the
contest.
Using what Michigan State
Coach Duffy Daugherty called a

"pinched defense" to stop the
Wolverines' thrusts in to the cen-
ter of the line, the Spartans pre-
vented any further Michigan,
drives.
Wolverine Line Stays Strong
The Wolverine line continued its
stout defense, but gradually lost its
advantage to its fresher Spartan
counterpart. While Michigan State
substituted often in its fine, Michi-
gan center Mike Rotunno played a
stalwart 60-minute game and the
rest of the starters had less than
10 minutes relief in the fierce
battle.
The "clincher" came in the final
period when State recovered .a
Herrnstein fumble on the Michigan
21. The Wolverines gave ground
grudgingly, but six plays later
Mendyk dove into the end zone
from the four-yard line to- make
the score 9-0.
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