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i $1; AY, QCTOBM 21,1956

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE SEVEN

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 21,1956 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE SEVEN

Penn State,
Lions Surprise Buekeyes
In Last Quarter Surge, 7-6

Upsets OSU; Minnesota

Trips Illinois

IOWA, INDIANA WIN:
Purdue Holds Wisconsin to 6-6 Tie

C O L U M B U S (JP)-Penn State
knocked much of the luster off
Ohio State's Buckeyes yesterday
as the three-touchdown underdog
Nittany Lions beat the two-time
Big Ten Champions at their own
game, and won a 7-6 football vic-
tory before a sell-out crowd of
82,584.
It was a game of lost oppor-
tunities with all the scoring packed
in a thrilling, final four minutes.
Ohio, which has featured con-
trol ball all season, lost out on that
Big Ten Standings
games
W L Tleft
Michigan State ...2 0 0 4
Iowa.............2 0 0 4
Ohio State .......1 0 0 5
Minnesota ........2 0 1 4
MICHIGAN ....1 1 0 5
Northwestern .....0 1 1 5
Wisconsin ........0 1 1 5
Purdue ...........0 1 1 5
Illinois ..4........0 2 0 5
Indiana .... ......0 2 0' 4
NEXT WEEK'S GAMES
Minnesota at MICHIGAN
Michigan State at Illinois
Northwestern at Indiana
Iowa at Purdue
Wisconsin at Ohio State

end, too. The Lions held the ball
for 75 plays to the Buckeyes' 58.'
After three quarters of frustra-
tions, in which Penn State lost
the ball. three times inside Ohio's
20-twice on pass interceptions
and once on a fumble-Penn State
struck suddenly late in the fourth.
A 73-yard punt by quarterback
Milton Plum died on Ohio's 3, and
the Bucks, unable to dig out of the
coffin corner, punted to the 45.
Thirteen plays later sophomore
Bruce Gilmore banged over from
the 1-foot line and Plum converted
to give the Lions a 7-0 lead.
The Bucks, noted for their
grinding ground assault, took to
the airways in the fading minutes
and Jimmy Roseboro and Don
Clark hit end Leo Brown with con-
secutive tosses covering 64 yards
to the Lions' 3. From there Clark
plunged into the end zone.
As the teams lined up for the
conversion, Brown dashed back on
the field and Ohio was penalized
five yards for having too many
men in play.
F r a n k Kremblas, sophomore
quarterback from Akron, who pre-
viously had missed an 18-yard
field goal attempt in the second
period, booted the c'onversion try
wide of the goalpost. That gave
Penn State its big upset.

MADISON, Wis., (P)-A Wis-
consin team unable to take ad-
vantage of many breaks that came
its way had to settle for a 6-6 tie
with Purdue in a Big Ten Confer-
ence football game here yesterday
before a capacity crowd of 53,044.
The Badgers scored the first
time they had the ball in the open-
ing minutes of the game, covering
68 yards on eight plays with the
payoff a 30-yard run around right
end by Danny Lewis.

either by bogging down near the
goal line, fumbling or having their
passes intercepted.
Purdue never threatened after
its second period march, although'
it always was dangerous with Daw-
son doing a masterful job of run-
ning the team to pull it out of
the holes.
* * *
Indiana Stops Nebraska
LINCOLN, Neb.,-Indiana roar-
ed back from a 14 point deficit to

games. Nebraska has a record of
two wins against three defeats.
Iowa Trounces Hawaii
IOWA CITY, Ia.-- Undefeated
Iowa, superior in skill, power and
numbers, bruised Hawaii 34-0 yes-
terday in a warmup for impend-
ing Big Ten football duels.
Stretching its winning streak to
four games-including two in the
Conference - Iowa took absolute
control of the situation in the
game after blowing a first period
scoring opportunity by fumbling
on the four-yard line.
The Hawkeyes scored two touch-
downs in each the second and
third quarters and added a fifth
in the final stanza. Coach Forest
Evashevski used 42 players in the
uneven contest, with Mike Hagler
scoring twice for Iowa.

--Daily-Dick Gaskii
JOHN HERRNSTEIN PLUNGES for the second of his three touchdowns against Northwestern y es-
terday. The Wildcats John Smith (left) and Stanl Dwyer are shown making the tackle In vain in
this second quarter action.
COX BAFFLES ILLINOIS:
Gophers Drop Illini with Field Goal

Purdue tied the score in the sec- post its first win of the season,
ond period, marching 80 yards on downing Nebraska, 19-14, yester-
Len Dawson's passes and Mel Dil- day.
lard's vicious running. The Pur- The second half passing of Chick
due touchdown was an eight-yard Cichowski and the running of
pass from Dawson to end Lamar Dave Witsell set up fullback Bob
Lundy. Fee for two scores to enable the
Both attempts for the extra Hoosiers to overcome a 14-6 half-
point sailed wide. The Badgers had time deficit.
five other excellent scoring op- This was Indiana's first triumph1
portunities, but muffed them all, after having lost three straight

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Pitt Slashes Duke, 27-14,
Georgia Tech Victorious
Or CC Ef~rEO.'

MINNEAPOLIS (R)-A field goal
kicked with only 2:41 remaining
in the final period gave Minnesota
an unexpected victory over highly
ranked Illinois yesterday.
Bobby Cox, a transfer quarter-
back from the University of Wash-
ington, put on a one-man show
in the first half, and completely
demoralized the Fighting Illini.
Cox Scores Two
Cox scored both of the Gopher
touchdowns on end sweeps, one
from the six yard line, and the
other from the twenty-three.
This sentrthe Illini into the sec-
ond half trailing 13-7, but they
came back with a surge in the
fourth quarter to tie the game up.
Sophomore back Dale Smith
streaked down the sidelines for
31 yards and the tying touchdown.
Only five minutes were left, but
the Gophers were not to be de-

nied. Cox raced 30 yards to the After three plays netted only
Illinois 34. Then he hit Dave Lind- two yards, first-string fullback
blom on the 23 with a pass. Soph- Dick Borstad was rushed into the
omore fullback Bob Blakely buck- game to kick the winning field
ed to the 7 two plays later. goal.

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HOURS DAILY 9 TO
terY

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NUMBER 4 MESSAGE TO FRESHMEN
HARD WORK NECESSARY
TO GET THE MOST OUT OF COLLEGE, one must put a lot of hard work
into it. Elbert Hubbard said, "Education is a conquest, not a bequest. It
cannot be given; it must be achieved. The value of an education lies not
in its possession but in the struggle to secure it.
To become a man of learning is the job of a lifetime. One goes to
college for intellectual discipline and moral enlightenment. He not
only advances his knowledge but also gains wisdom through experience.
These college experiences, well worth while for their own sake, may be
enriched by taking advantage of every possible opportunity for personal
conferences with faculty members as well as close association with fellow
students on every appropriate occasion.

By The Associated Press
NORFOLK Va.-Pittsburgh
emerged as the victor yesterday in
*the tenth and perhaps most ex-
citing of Norfolk's Oyster BowlI
Games with a 27-14 drubbing of
highly rated Duke.
Joe Walton, perhaps the best1
end in eastern college football
made two great catches to lead1
the victors.
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Georgia Tech Trounces Auburn
ATLANTA, Ga.-Johnny Men-
ger, Georgia Tech's great halfback
led the Engineers to a smashing
win over Auburn 28-7 with two
long runs.
Menger raced 60 yards on one
play, and then 87 yards and a!
touchdown on another. Auburn
matched Tech's first score, but
couldn't keep up with the nation's'
third rated team.
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Oklahoma Wins
LAWRENCE, Kan.-An inspired
Kansas football squad was simply
unable to handle the powerful Ok-
lahoma offense as the Sooners won
their 34th straight game, 34-12.
Nevertheless, Kansas claimed
the distinction of being the first
team to score on the Sooners in
their last eight starts.
Oklahoma halfbacks Tommy
McDonald and sophomore Dave
Baker shared the scoring honors
with two touchdowns each.
UCLA Down California
BERKELEY, Cal.-UCLA shock-
ed California with two touchdowns
in the first four minutes of play
and went out to a 34-20 victory
over California.
The Bears were able to rally to
tie the score, but after that the
Bruins ran away to win easily.

Army Bows to Syracuse
SYRACUSE, N.Y.-Army proved
unable to fight back from a second
quarter score' by Syracuse's Jim
Ridlon, as the Cadets dropped their
second game in a row, 7-0.
Before a recordbreaking at-
tendance at Syracuse's ; stadium,
Army's only drive was stopped on
the one yard line as the final gun
sounded.

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