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College Footba

It

K.

in Practice Tilt

*Oklahoma 26, Pittsburgh 0
*Navy 46, Boston College 6
*Virginia 6, West Virginia 6
(tie)
*Detroit 14, Marquette 0
*Wash. St. 34, Nebraska 12
*Iowa State 10, Denver 0
*North Carolina State 7, North
Carolina 0
*Georgia Tech 13, Kentucky 0

*Texas A&M 21, Maryland 13
*SMU 13, California 6
*Colorado 6, Washington 6 (tie),
*Oregon 9,. Idaho 6
Stanford 46, San Jose State 6
Wyoming 12, Kansas State 7
George Washington 7, William
and Mary 0
Clemson 66, Presbyterian 0
Bradley 13, Butler 0

Western Michigan 33, Central
Michigan 0

*Texas 26, Georgia 7
*Duke 26, South Carolina
*Missouri 7, Vanderbilt 7
*Baylor 7, Villanova 0
*Houston 7, Miami 0
*Rice 20, LSU 14
*Kansas 13, TCU 13 (tie)
*denotes Grid Picks game

14
(tie)

who completed a 1
open and $50,000
championship doub.
was named winner
prize in the S. Ra
athlete of the year
The St. Petersburg
thus became the firs
ner in the poll this
chosen in June for
Open.

led his team the rest of the way,
taking it over ihmself from the
five.Gordie Morrow made his con-
version good and the score was
14-13, enough for a Blue victory.
Insult was added-to injury, how-
ever, and the Blues went in to
score again, this time with half-
back John Zachary carrking be-
hind some beautiful blocking.
Though apparently ineffective
yesterday, the White attack did
have its bright- moments and its
outstanding persoinel.
On the ground sophomore half-
bask Myers was' very impressive.
He grounded out several long
gains, setting up both White Shirt
touchdowns. His speed showed up
best, however, on a defensive play,
wheni he raced across the field
and cut down a blue-shirted pass
receiver who was on his way to a

End Gary Prahst did not partic-
ipate in the contest as the coaches
and trainer Jim Hunt felt it would
be better to let his 'healing leg
rest. End Chuck Teuscher and
Guard Alex Callahan were shaken
up a little, but Hunt reported after
the workout that he knew of no
one who was badly nurt.
As a finale,. coach Bennie
Oosterbaan's reaction.to the pro-
ceedings was well exemplified.
The White shirts ran through
pdst-scrimmage windsprints, the
blue shirts went home.

I

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JIM VAN-PELT
.. . passes well

EYES PATTERSON:

1

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tie

ag department, both
second stringer Stan
ed deadly accuracy.
urprising in that )he
a great deal of poise
rid of the ball. On
is it looked as if he
eat the ball', but
got his pass away
'tacek 'Solid'
,nd Bob Ptacek also
all for the Whites-
)me shifty running
iled into his tacklers
;antial gains.
e Whites general
urt them most were
eking and excessive
linemen andi block-
weren't opening up
ng room, and five
es were given the

Ageless Art
Seeks Fu'.
LOS ANGELES (P) - Archie
Moore, the old pappy of the fight
game, faced the future with the
brimming confidence of youth fol-
lowing his thundering victory Fri--
day night over Tony Anthony in
defense of his light heavyweight
crown.
They call Moore aging, but age-
less would be a better tag for the
over-40 fighter who crumpled the
strong, young challenger Friday
night with a barrage of blows that
had even the ringsiders cringing.
Someone said Archie crashed
home 58 consecutive punches to
Anthony's head and body in the
final seconds of the sixth round.
That was, really the end although
Anthony made a game try in the
seventh before Archie's. sledge-

ch Yd OOT
re Matches
hammer blows sent him sprawling
for keeps.
Moore talked expansively of his
willingness to,"mieet practically
anyone, up to, and including heavy
weight champion Floyd Patterson.
"I'd like to knock over a few
fighters-a cotiple of light ,heavy-
weights- and a couple of heavy-
weights-and force Patterson into
a rematch," said :Archie, who was
knocked out by the heavyweight
champion last November.
The only prospective opponent
Archie named was Yvon Durelle,
Canadian light-heavy who held
Anthony to a draw. Moore said
tentative plans call for him to
meet Durelle in either Toronto or
Montreal, probably in November.

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September 23rd to 28th

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