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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 28,1956

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College Football Scoreboard

BIG TEN
*Minnesota 20, MICHIGAN 7
*Illinois 20, Michigan State 13
*Indiana 19, Northwestern 13
*Iowa 21, Purdue 20
*Ohio State 21, Wisconsin 0
EAST
*Colgate 14, Yale 6
*Navy 54, Pennsylvania 6
*Pittsburgh 14, Oregon 7
Penn State 16, West Virginia 6
Harvard 28, Dartmouth 21
Princeton 32, Cornell 21
Syracuse 21, Boston Univ. 7
Army 60, Columbia 0
Lehigh 27, Rutgers 13
Brown 27, Rhode Island 7
Connecticut 26, Delaware 14

SOUTH
*Wake Forest 6, North Carolina 6
*Tennessee 34, Maryland 7
*Kentucky 14, Georgia 7
*Duke 42, North Carolina State 0
*Georgia Tech 40, Tulane 0
Virginia Tech 14, Virginia 7
Auburn 12, Houston 0
VMI 13, Davidson 13 (tie)
Vanderbilt 23, Middle Tenn. St. 13
* * *
MIDWEST
*Oklahoma 40, Notre Dame 0
Missouri 34, Iowa State 0
Miami of Ohio 14, Kent State 0
Xavier 26., Dayton 13
Wayne 10, Western Reserve 7
Eastern Mich. 65, Eastern Ill. 0
Great Lakes 13, Western Mich. 0

Cen. Mich. 67, Milwaukee St. 12
FAR WEST
*Stanford 27, Southern Cal. 19
*California 16, Washington 7
*Oregon State 21, UCLA 7
Idaho 27, Utah 21
Wyoming 27, Kansas State 15
Colorado 16, Nebraska 0
Colorado A&M 34, Montana 20
* * *

SOUTHWEST
Arkansas 14, Mississippi 0
*Rice 28, Texas 7
*Texas A&M 19, Baylor 13
Miami (Fla.) 14, TCU 0
Florida 21, Louisiana StateI
Tulsa 27, Hardin-SimmonsI
*signifies Grid Picks

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Iowa Stays
Undefeated;
Wins 21-20
LAYFAYETTE, Ind. ()-Iowa's
Hawkeyes kicked three extra
points, Purdue only two out of
three, and the Hawks won their
fifth straight football victory yes-s
terday, 21-20. .
It was a case of Iowa's brilliant
broken field runners, especially
Bill Happel and' Don Dobrinoi
against the pinpoint passing of
Purdue's Lenny Dawson., who had
the misfortune to miss the extra,
point that made the difference.
Iowa gained 290 yards rushing
to Purdue's 163. Purdue gained 242
yards passing to Iowa's 59.. But the
loser had 21 first downs to the
winner's 17.
Happel scored twice in the sec-
ond quarter on runs of 6 and 30
yards after a 14-yard pass from
Ken Ploen to Jim Gibbons gave
the Hawkeyes the opening touch-
down.
Dawson threw two touchdown
passes, 18 yards to Tommy Fletch-
er and 20 yards to Lamar Lundy.
Mel Dillard had scored Purdue's
first touchdown on a 1-foot plunge.
NFL Schedule
.TODAY'S GAMES
Chicago Bears at San Francisco
Detroit at Los Angeles
Green Bay at Baltimore
Philadelphia at New York
Pittsburgh ataCleveland
Washington at Chicago Cards
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CHAMPAIGN, ILL., (R)-Abe
Woodson scored three times, in-
cluding touchdown sprints of 70
and 82 yards in the last quarter
to lead Illinois to a fantastic
homecoming 20-13 upset yester-
day over Michigan State, the na-
tion's No. 1 football team.
The victory for the 21 point
underdogs, conjured before a yell-
ing, sellout crowd of 71,119, goes
down as the one of the gr.eatest
surprises ever pulled in the Big
Ten.
Spartan,-Defense Falters
The Spartans, absorbing their
first defeat in 13 starts stretching
back to last season failed to con-
centrate enough defense to stop
Woodson's game-breaking' runs.
In all he streaked 116 yards and
82 more with a pass.

-Daily-Harding Williams
BOBBY COX GALLOPS into the Michigan secondary in the first
quarter of yesterday's game before being brought down by Jim
VanPelt, with an assist from Jim Orwig (72). Coming up too late
to help Cox out are Bob Schultz (21) and Dave Burkholder (67).
Al Sigman (70) pursues the play.

Illini's Surprise Attack
Led by Woodson's TD's

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Hoosiers Contain McKiever;
Overcome Northwestern, 19-13

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. ()--In-
diana's Hoosiers were just enough
hungrier yesterday to best North-
western in a battle of victory starv-
ed Big Ten football teams, 19-13.
Halfback Dave Whitsell scored
two touchdowns for Indiana, get-
ting the payoff score with two
minutes and 40 seconds to play in

Stanford Battles from Behind
To Hand USC Initial Defeat

PALO ALTO, Calif. ()-Stan-
ford's Indians survived the shock
of seeing two of their passes con-
tribute to Southern California
touchdowns and surged back to de-
feat the Trojans 27-19 before 70,-
000 fans yesterday.

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Quarterback John Brodie, his
poise unshaken by two intercep-
tions which paved the way for a
13-0 USC lead, tallied once him-
self and passed Stanford to three
more touchdowns.
Southern California's Jon Ar-
nett, winding up his collegiate
career along with six other penal-
ized Trojan seniors, turned in a
great game and became the sec-
ond leading rusher in USC history.
Oregon State 21, UCLA 7
CORVALLIS, Ore. (;P)-Oregon
State snapped UCLA's string of 19
consecutive Pacific Coast Confer-
ence victories and boomed into the
Rose Bowl picture with a 21-7 tri-
umph yesterday.
Oregon State ran its conference
record to 3-1 with four games re-
maining.

the fourth quarter as he carried
several tacklers in a final 6-yard
drive.
The Hoosiers kept Northwest-
ern's ace halfback Bob McKiever
tightly bottled up through most of
the contest.
With Chick Cichowski benched
because 'of injuries ,it was a test
of Indiana's sophomore quarter-
backs and they came through. Tom
McDonald and Steve Filiposki each
guided a touchdown drive in the
same quarter, and McDonald threw
a key pass in the final scoring
drive.
Jim Yore, a fullback shifted to
halfback to add power to the In-
diana backfield, rar well and also
blossomed as a passer. He hit Brad
Bomba in the end zone on a 34-
yard play in the third period, but
lost the touchdown on a penalty.
Tennessee Downs
Maryland, 34-7
KNOKV.LE, Tenn., (P)--Hit-
ting his receivers with the accuracy
of a Mountaineer rifleman, little
Johnny Majors threw three touch-
down passes yesterday to pilot un-
beaten Tennessee to a 34-7 foot-
ball victory over Maryland.
His chief target was end Buddy
Cruze, who grabbed three passes
for 32 yards and a touchdown.

Michigan State turned two re-
covered fumbles deep in Illini
territory into touchdowns in the
first half for a 13-0 margin, then
watched the aroused Illinois team
comeback from a half-time pep
talk by Coach Ray Eliot to blast
across the goal behind Woodson's
bolts.
The Illini drove 77 yards in 11
plays in the opening five minutes
of the third period, with Wood-
son ramming over from the two.
Mendyk Fumbles
Dick Miller's conversion attempt
was wide and Illinois trailed 13-6.
Then at the outset of the fourth,
Dennis Mendyk's fumble was cap-
tured by Jerry Francis on the
Illini 10. After three downs, Wood-
son broke through the Spartan's
right tackle and with Rod Han-
son throwing a key block, raced
70 yards to score.
In the last five minutes of the
game, Woodson took a gambled
screen pass from rookie quarter-
back Bill Offembecher-playing
his first collegiate game-and sped
82 yards for the clincher.
OSU Rolls;
Clark Stars
In 21=0 Win
COLUMBUS, O (JP-Sophomore
Don Clark, operating from the
left halfback spot vacated by two-
time All-America Hopalong Cas-
sady, tore Wisconsin's line to
shreds yesterday as Ohio State
defeated the Badgers 21-0-the
15th straight Big Ten victory for
the Bucks.
The conquest tied Michigan's
long win record and sent Ohio
State another long stride t6ward
its third consecutive Western
Conference championship, a goal
no team has ever reached.
Clark Scores
Clark, a 19-year-old 188-pound-
er from Akron, rushed for 151
yards in 21 tries, scored the open-
ing touchdown and completed
Ohio's only pass for 28 yards.
He was unstoppable during the
early portions of the game and
when Ohio State marked up its
14th first down early in the
third period, Clark had rushed for
12 of them and thrown a pass
for another. He played very little
after that.
Clark scored on a 23-yard das
over tackle in the first period to
climax a 56-yard, 6-play drive,
after a poor punt had given the
Bucks the ball. The Oioans
marched 86 yards in 12 .plas in
the second period after halting a
75-yard Wisconsin surge to the
Buckeye 14.
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