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O0klahoE
Sto ppe~d
NORMAN, Okla. {M) Oklaho-
ma's all-time record of 47 straight
football victories was shattered,
yesterday by, an underdog Notre
Dame team that marched 80 yards '

na Skein
by., Irish

Ohio State Downs

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on the ground :hn the dcl
utes for the all-importa,
down. and a 7-0 triumipl
As' the game ended wl)
homa's desperation, pass
was cut off by' an interce
ial, the crowd rose as one
denly gave the Notre DE
and its coach; Terry, Bi
'rousing cheer.
" Lone Score
Notre' Dame's lone tt
drive, biting off short bi
tent yardage gained ag;
Sooners alternate teami
from the 20 after' an t
punt went into the end;
Time' after time, Pi
Picked up the necessary y
he needed asp- the Irish
through the Oklahoma 1:
Dame moved to the 8
Sooner first team came
to make the third Sooner
stand of the day.
Pietrosante smashed ft
through center and Di(
was stopped 'for no gain
third down, .Williams we]
through center.
Then Lynch,' who had
score from the one foot 1i
second period, crossed
Sooners and rolled ar(
right end to score stan

aing min-
tnt touch-
h.
h~en Okla-
sing drive

!d entertainment .
- SPORTS.- SPEC rALTY

To'Cop Big Ten Tit]
Rose Bwowl Nominati

I NG COLOSSAL MAN"
"CAT-GI RL"

Iited Jewish Appeal
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Tickets at Box Office.
$1-00-$1 .30

Musket presents
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at the Michigan Theatre

BLOCK TICKETS
On Sale at Michigan Union

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8 A.M.-5'P.M.

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and sud- hox> Tid touchdown. White score the fine victory w tas Ohio's
strig fteack ob WiteledOhi winning marker on a five - yd straight in conference ,pat
rennan, a state to the Western Conference crash over tackle, but the five the defeat was Iowa's firsta
championship_ and~ the Rose Bowl Yards reached all the way to the four league wins and a ti.
yesterday. Big TFen throne room and Pasa- Ohio State got away to
The 207-pound sophomore from dena. lead in the first period or
outchon- Covington, Ky., gained 157 yards Clark Sits Out' Sutheri's 1-yard field oal°
ut consisin 22 tries and scored the winning Don Clark, Ohio's ace ball car- ended a 74-yard.march, all
'ainstth touchdown as Ohio came from be- rier and top scorer, did. not see ground. After that the two'
, 'carried hind twice" to dethrone Iowa's action, abut White more than took traded touchdowns,,:Ioa
Oklahoma Hawkeyes in a 17-13 thriller, up the slack as he thrilled a crowd ahead 6-3 in the first period
zone. With Iowa leading ,13-10 late in of 82,935, largest ever to fill the eight-yard scring pass fro
ietrpsante the final period, White carried the Buckeye Stadium, with, his tre- terback Randy. Duncan tnoe
azd when TERRY BRENNAN ball on seven of eight carries for mendous up - the - middle ball Prescott.° The drive cove
smashed .*,". mastermnds. upset 65. Yards in a 88-yard drive to the- carrying. yards in "10 plays. ;
ine. Notre r" SU1 Goes Ahead
and the PRO FOOTBALL, ACTION : A 16 -play,>79-Yard&
in to try macwt urebc
r goal line y #L T id y rnbascrn'fom.i
e l ga fe ~'made it O'£hio State1,T
LiosuE gaeYFrrdNser To ay earl in the second priodc.
ck LynchIn tethird, loa w ent 71
. On the BY DON DTRESCHER Thli plays with Duincan ply,
nt a yrd TheLions are only a game 'out ,sh'otlng for their seventh chain- a.Yard and then came Ohio
nt yrdLeading the Western Division of of ,first place behind the Forty- piship In eight seasons of NFL~ fourth-period splurge to%.wW
Ifailed to the NFL, the San Francisco Forty- upiners after beating Philadelphia football. U.'
ine n th Mier~swillmee up iththeDe- astSundy wile an FancsIowa*4fumbled away Ats 'c
me n te ine~ wllmee upwih te D. astSunaywhie Sn ranisc .Baltimore and the Chicago to win. In the, first sessioj
up the troit Lions in a battle of grid ti- wa, losing to Los Angees, 3 7-4. Beas will try, to virtualy elim-Haiwkeyes 'fumbled and,los
mind his tans this afternoon at Briggs Sta- Today's 'contest could tell a lot nate each other frgm .the 'Western bl nOi' 5adi h
tdlg u. dum.of the story in the Western Dvi- race at Chicago today. ond theyfumbled the ball aw
sion race. In the first dencounter T~a'~~raveljq Ohio's five. '
of the two teams, t he Forty-
iEATER TRIP -.- NOV. 26 iners came out on top, 35-31, on The Los Angeles Rams, who up-
R C. Owen's leaping .catch of set .the Forty-niners a week ago, 'BIG TEN STAN NGS
rp Y. A. Tittle's pass in the final sc travel to Milwaukee to attempt to W L T
tonc ~,.ad fplay, stop the Green Bay Packers ~Ohio" State . ....6 001A
od sesMe ~isk New York, trying desperately to Mic~igan State . .5 1 0
~a n ce BennettBrowns eet ft~d~ki~s overtake the Browns, play host to_ Iowa.....*.
in The Cleveland Browns will de- the Philadelphia Eagles this aft- . MCHIGAN.",*...3S2.
fend their Eastern Division lead- ernoon and the Pittsburgh Steel- Purdue........3 3 0"
~IT IE MA E ership against Washington. The es and Chicago Cardinals remain Wiscosin ....
Browns, with a 5-1 record, are idle. 7Minnesta, ....3 4 0
t Union Student Offices Illinos ......,...2 4 0s
3t P.M. DIAL I niana.......0 5 0
INorthwestern...or0
NO 2-2513 NEXT WEEK'S GAE
.0' fl~'.S'.''.WSV~' INII State at ICHIGA2I~ll
~l]111'DIAL 00NW, , ^Northwestern at llinqois
fI'lluh ~l~ti,..,..Wiscnsin at MVinnesta
With~ N0-64 Purdue at Indin
itELVIS HITS A NEW HIGH . ,. AN 95 Iowa at .Notre Dne
il 16ACTOR OF SURPRISING TALENT!Kasaw tateat Mc.i
09'C ~ELVIS PRESLEY ,U
RENDESICA AI
Mickey SHAUGHNESSYy,"""., n.
DeanSTOONETex.r-ARice'
fp~t!r i n .By - e Assoated Pes
Next HENRY FONDA in "THE TIN- STA" ombined a mghty defense
added enjoyment .. . ________________________________ the fancy work of two snior"
terbjacks, F8rank ;Ryan and
MENT, COLOR AND GLAMOUR OF ? Hil,. to upset ,Texas.A&M
CAPITAL DURING THE GALA:;" nation's number oe;teain
'VAL IN EDINBURGH" f. yesterday.
_________________________The ws, a sevn-point*
dog, drove 79°yards in'the s I
NetAtrcin9ERE" (the Sorceress) stopped three Agie treats;
te20-yad line befreyed
* ,. .. __________Texas tea° a screon th'
uin. Continuous from 1 P.M. ~ play of th ia erio.
9'Al
"Tonight"aQ4,8:'.00 Tg r
Friday at X8:30 P.M. ,"A SIGT"CO"MUS:Q :n
squeaked 'to a 6-0 Southey
fed British Actor CHARLES BOYER Conference victory yesterday:
!!+ // ww, UP I ID B ' ' AN ,A 5-'yard Penalty helpeda
r GROWING uINGR DBEGMA brnget its touchdownwi
JOSEPH, COTTEN than one minute left in thea
DAME MAY WH TTYhalf, After that a fere Bi
DAME M Y W HI TTYdefense stop ' AtAuurn at,
-turn.
* All-America end canddate
' ~~my Phillips, ,a stalwat all:
Architecture Auditorium noon got the touchdown tha
r 50: ents.Auburn unbeaten and t he le
50cet candidate for .the Soth '
DOES A COMIC DANCE. IT IS NOT _____________________________________
1INING, ITConference Champio"" s ip.
-ATKINSON, Times -
ROSE-COLORED, RUNAWAY PROSE OF F n fth oteecrfigpe'formers of our, time" When ou ° say
, MR. WILLIAMS IS TRIUMPHANT.tonofhemtelcryng.i

ELIGHYTFUL!" - KERR, Herald Tribune I
IRRESISTIBLE CHARM! Memorable for '~i A N R
humor it evokes. the Lnon epi- A N R
,fitfully lunatic fantasy."HPM:'es.S I T
WORLD OF WACKINESS! Thomas' de-, FOLK SONGS and BLUES and
Df the joy of life-'and Williams has
at joy in brilliant, measure. This is gmn htsol eetne O K M 5IC ('
N ETwho undoubtedly will want to atrtheVFW hai
- GILBERT, Mirrorat heVhe[.
Plausibly, briskly, 'pleasantly, ha Friday, Nov. 22, 8:30: P.M. Hundreds ot
ge for three 'acts' with these figures,
one of the better tricks of the cur- Admiss'ion $1,f50 Happy Students
- SOWrd~*TICKETS "at the Disc Shop, )Liberty Music, think
"if you have tended to think of the2
late Dylan Thomas as chiefly a Follett's, Music Center First of
rather esoteric poet, it may come
as a"laan-eelto-ta -the latest descendant of the line which
was also a fresh and delightful hu- - gave birth-to Ma Rainey, Bessie Smith, amJ Lead belly"

r IN ED
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Ohio I
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"IN THE RIBALD,
DYLAN THOMAS,
THOROUGHLY DE
"AN EVENING OF
the beauty and
sode is a deligl"
"A WONDERFULI
scriptions sing o,
perpetuated tha
one limited eng
for the throngs
savor it!'
"GOOD SHOW!
peopled his stag
thereby pulling
rent theatre."

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