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SUNDAY, NO"V"EMBER., 4,1958

TlHE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE 8E

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 4,1956 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE SEVE!~

UCLA, Oregon St.
Capture PCC Tilts

NF L Standings

College Football Scoreboard

By The Associated Press
LOS A NGELES - The UCLA
Bruins smothered the nations
leading passer, John Brodie, to
upset favored Stanford 14413 in
a Pacific Coast Conference foot-
ball thriller yesterday.
Brodie was rushed for repeated
losses before 76,505 in Memorial
Coliseum. Only once, in the third
quarter, was he able to get Stan-
ford's passing attack into high
gear to score one of the Indian's
two touchdowns. And then UCLA
blocked the conversion to prevent
Stanford from gaining a tie.
The alert Bruins took charge in
the first period and kept the
pressure on Stanford and Brodie
throughout.
UCLA recovered a Stanford
fumble on the Indian 20 in the
opening period and turned ti into
There will be a meeting of
the M-Club Tuesday, Nov. 6,
at 7:30 p.m. In the 'M' Room.
It is important that all M-Club
members attend this meeting.
-Tom Maentz
President
Quarterback films of yester-
day's Michigan-Iowa game will
be shown at the Union Tues-
day, Nov. 6, at 8:30 p.m.
a touchdown. Next the Bruins
blocked a Brodie punt and end
Pete O'Garro picked the ball out
of the air and ran 42 yards for
the second UCLA score.
Oregon StateRolls
PORTLAND, Ore-Oregon State
powered past Washington 28-20
yesterday to set up a Pacific
Coast Conference showdown with
Stanford next week.
The Staters drove 83 yards to
a touchdown the first time they

got the ball, pushed over another
first-period touchdown and then
maintained a touchdown margin
the rest of the way.
Washington once cut the mar-
gin to 21-13 but State's slippery
Earnel Darden, who scored three
touchdowns, put the game beyond
recall by breaking loose on a 44-
yard scoring run midway through
the fourth quarter.
* * *
Oregon Surprises California
BERKEIJEY, Calif. - Halfback
Leroy Phelps' 39-yard scoring run
the first time he carried the ball
started Oregon's light brigade to
a 28-6 football victory over Cali-
fornia in a Pacific Coast Con-
ference upset yesterday.
Oregon's speed and California
errors led to three quick touch-
downs from which the Bears never
recovered.
A crowd of 32,000 saw the Ducks
take a 21-0 lead before the second
quarter was six minutes old.
California produced its only
scoring drive early in the third
quarter, going 83 yards in 15
plays with Jack Hart tallying on
a 4-yard buck.
* * *
Roberts' Run Leads Trojans
PULLMAN, Wash--The South-
ern California Trojans, came from
behind on a 96-yard kickoff re-
turn by C. R. Roberts and stayed
ahead on the running of reliable
Ernie Zampese for a 28-12 Pacific
Coast Conference football victory
yesterday over Washington State.
Roberts, a bruising junior, took
the second half kickoff on his
four, brushed through a cluster of
WSC players on about the 30 and
sped untouched to the goal..
Zampese, who scored twice for
the Trojans, carried the ball eight
times straight in the fourth quar-
ter, as the winners were content
to eat up yardage in small chunks.

EASTERN CONFERENCE
W L T
New York ............4 1 0
Chi. Cardinals....... 4 1 0
Philadelphia ...........2 3 0
Pittsburgs ......... 2 3 0
Washington ...........2 3 0
Cleveland ....1..... 4 0
WESTERN CONFERENCE
W 1, T
Detroit...............5 0 0
Chi. Bears............4 1 0
Baltimore............. 2 3 0
Green Bay...........2 3 0
Los Angeles........... 1 4 0
San Francisco.. ...... 1 4 0

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BIG TEN
*Michigan 17, Iowa 14
*Michigan 33, Wisconsin 0
*Indiana 19, Marquette 13
*Ohio State 6, Northwestern 2
*Minnesota 9, Pittsburgh 6
*Illinois 7, Purdue 7 (tie)
EAST
Yale 19, Dartmouth 0
Princeton 21, Brown 7
*Syracuse 13, Penn State 9
Holy Cross 21, Boston U. 12
Conn. 0, New Hamp. 0 (tie)
*Penn 28, Harvard 14
Columbia 25, Cornell 19
*Navy 33, Notre Dame 7
*Army 55, Colgate 46
Slippery Rock 16, Clarion 6

MIDWEST
Tulsa 14, College of Pacific 13
Cincinnati 33, Detroit 7
Kansas 20, Kansas State 15
Nebraska 15, Missouri 14
Houston 41, Wichita 16
Omaha 21, Wayne 0
SOUTH
*Georgia Tech 7, Duke 0
Vanderbilt 6, Virgilna 2
W. Virginia 14, Geo. Wash. 0
*Tennessee 20, North Carolina 0
*Kentucky 14, Maryland 0
Clemson 21, VPI 6
South Carolina 13, Furman 6
*Mississippi 46, La. State 17
Wake Forest 13, N. Car. St. 0
Florida 20, Auburn 0

Davidson 7, Richmond 0
VMI 20, William Mary 6
Tulane 20, Mississippi State 14
Georgia 16, Alabama 13
SOUTHWEST
*TCU 7, Baylor 6
Rice 27, Utah 0
*SMU 20, Texas 19
*Texas A&M 27, Arkansas 0
FAR WEST
Oklahoma 27, Colorado 19
*Oregon St. 28, Washington 20
Southern Cal. 28, Wash. St. 12
*UCLA 14, Stanford 13
Oregon 28, California 6
Wyoming 21, Utah State 0
AF Academy 21, Colo. St. 0
* Denotes Grid Pick games

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TODAY'S GAMES
Chicago Bears at Los Angeles
Cleveland vs. Green Bay at Milwaukee
Detroit at San Fracisco
New York at Pittsburgh
Philadelphia at Chicago Cardinals

MIKE SHATUSKY-third string
senior right halfback from Me-
nominee stepped into the shoes
of injured Terry Barr yesterday
and proved- his right to fill them
as he scored both Michigan
touchdowns in the Wolverines
17-14 victory over Iowa. Up to
yesterday's game Shatusky had
seen little action.
Detroit Wins;
Montreal Tops
Chicago, 6-0
By The Associated Press
The Detroit Red Wings took
sole possession of first place in
the National Hockey League last
night by beating the Toronto
Maple Leafs 2-1. The two teams
had been tied for the top rung.
Metro Prystai's goal midway
through the final period gave the
Red Wings their victory.
The spine-tingling game was I
thrown into an uproar when offi-
cials disallowed a Leaf goal scored
a split second after the final bell,
Canadians Rip Chicago
The Montreal Canadians caught
fire last night, scored five goals
in the first period and went on
to shut out the lowly Chicago
Black Hawks 6-0 in a National
Hockey League game.
It was goalie Jacques Plante's
third shutout of the season.
Maurice (Rocket) Richard and
Bert Olmstead counted two goals
and Bennie (Boom Boom) Geof-
frion and Dickie Moore one each.
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