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North Texcis St. 41 Utah - 14 Utah State - - - 34 Montana 30 Oregon 6 Wash. State - -- 1 4 Mew Mexico - - 8 28 Ohio State 7 Michigan BYU- -- lova ---- ---- 'i --- 7 California Alabama--'-- ''6' UCLAr----- .- Tulane -- --- ---- Wyoming- - 6 Notre Dame Colo. State - - - 6 Kansas 6 Oklahoma 9 Washington---2- 0 Stanford 0 Illinois-----,-- ;- 40 - Arizona State -14 7 --- ---- ----- " ' h " in , ii r c ' Oregon State - - 0 j i Ail ilvs iT) 20 6 U J I " t u 4 6 --- --- Mississippi Kentucky----- - -34 '. 19 i To North . 29 -!-1- -j-- Cfa. 'daGM'Ss Stab BYU Bovs 41-30- -- - 7 TCU s 5(Oj(y -- ) exas 1 Senior DENTON, Tex (UPD hplTjack Chuck Holloway sprinted for three v touchdowns to . boost North Texas State- to a 0 victory over, Brigham Young Satur . day night. 'Holloway was injured "early in the third quarter on the kickof f following , his final touchdown and wa carried from the field on a stretcher. He averaged 7.4 yards per carry in gaining 81 yards. . Wingback' Paul Allen scored 20 of the Brigham Young points on y I 41-3- - , A K ftft , . )f . w"fcy-l- ""I"1 4- - ...im,.ii. PRO VP, .i, n.. il I,.,,.,. , n.1, UTAH COUNTY,' UTAH SUNDAY, OCTOBER - 1361 1, - passes of and 80 yards, a 47 Redskin ( D In Final I vo Minutes Nets 14-- 6 Victory Over Ducks ' 92-ya- rd kickof f return and a two point conversion pass. ' Holloway got his scores on a 62-ya- rd' return of an intercepted pass and ; run., of 25 and 11 yards. , The Eagles, scored the win without throwing a single pass. They ground out 370 yards rushing. In addition, to the 81 yards, gained by Holloway, halfback Billy Joe Christie got 128 on 20 carries and fullback Arthur Perkins netted 52 yards on 12" carries. - The Cougars made only 86 yards rushing and completed only five of 12 'passes. However, three of the- throws were for touchdowns and they netted 167 yards in "the air. ': North Texas took, the lead five minutes after the opening kickof f on Holloway's pass interception return. BYU pulled ahead in the second period' to lead 5 at the half. But North Texas scored four touchdowns in the second half to pull away;. BYU's only second-hal- f touchdown came when tailback Bill Jackson passed 80 yards to Allen onr the final play of the . game. ' . i , f ' x - - i i . ' '4:41''.. C w, " i j(Jp , ' ' J&& ? ' - c i v v , " - v.v.v.'p.v.v.v.v.v:'.' BREAK. UP PASS : Utah State's Terry Cagaanan (27) arid La"rry Bfyan (42) break. tip Cougbr's pass ilay in 1st quarto as pass (from 'Washington. State's quarter : 24-1- - ; 8 16 0 630 BYU '. 7 8 6 2041 N. Tex. NT Holloway 62 pass interception Pappy 's Gang Buries OSU return .(Freeman BYU Frsntz 19 pass from Fortie (Fortie run) ? In 34-- 0 Upsef : " -- BYU Allen .47 pass from Fortie (Blackham pass from Fortie) NT Holloway 25 run (Christie '."". run) By HOWARD APPLEGATE StanCOBVALtlS, Ore. (UPI) two a. touchdown underdog, ford, put on a tremendous second half rally behind quarterback Rod Sears Saturday to bury; Oregon ; State under a September slaughter. It was the second straight victory for Stanford, which didn't win, a game last, season. A fourth down gamble by Sears' hearly in the- - second half with the score 0 provided the spark which set the the Indians aflame. Sears,, disregarding Oregon State's first . Statistics: half sneaked for a first NTS BYU downsuperiority, his'own 46. on j. 11 22 '"First downs After hat the jniood gates were .86 370 ? Rushing yardage Stanford scored- the! first five cpen. 0 167 Passing yardage . it had the ' ball, after the " times r 0 Passes intermission ' 0 Passes intercepted by 3 0 Oregon State had driven to the Punts line! twice in Stanford three-yar- d 0 4 Fumbles "lost the first haP and had a margin of 15 10 Yards penalized 269 yards to only 107 for the In: BYU Allen 92 kickof f return (Alle- 34-- 0 from Fortie) NT Holloway 11 run (run failed) NT Smith $ run (Moss kick) NT Christie 11 run (Price kick) .NT Littlepage 4 run (kick failed) BYU-All80 pass from Jackson ' ' pass failed) Attendance: 8,000. n;-pass , j en 0-- . : -- - 5-- 12 0-- . 0-- 4-3- . dianSi -'il The scoring went like this: halfback Tony Delellis plunged over from two yards out after; a pass from Sears to halfback gLarry Roy&e. End Steve Pursell caught "'.-''- Grizzlies Clobber Lobos 40-- 8 38-ya- rd z pass from Sears for another touchdown later in thei third 23-ya- rd period. -Score, by periods: 0 0 0 0 0 Oregon State 0 0 14 2034 Stanford Stf.n Deleliis 2 run (Run, failed) Stan Pursell 23 pass from Sears Stan Pursell 23 pass from Sears , . . "MISSOULA, MONT. (UPD Montana's ' Grizzlies snapped out of what appeared to be one of their most dismal seasons in history and humiliated New Mexi(Ilonore pass from Sears)' co's powerful Lobos . Saturday, ' 2 run (Lindskog 40-- 5 in a Skyline conference game kick) 7 000 hnmpcominff fans at Stan Thurlow 4 run. (Lindeskog ' Dornblaser Field here. , kick) It was Montana's first Skyline Stan Fitzmorris 29 run (pass failwin against two losses. For New ed) Mexico it was the first conference Attendance: 13,727. game. Montana 5 uarterbja c.k.'Bob 0'Bsillovich, playing with a char-le-y horse and sprained' ankle on the same leg, directed the Grizzly, attack, , threw two touchdown passes and intercepted two key - . Stan-rRabaji- an . . yard. drive in nine plays with 215 pound fullback Paul Duke bulling over from the three and Bob Jensen running the halfback j oxtra point. But from that point it was all Montana, with Dodson scoring at drive, the end of an O'Billovich thrdwing a 51 yard pass to' end Bill Bouchee, O'Billovich running another touchdown after setting it up with, a pass interception and Dillon's 68 yard pass to Dodson after he had momentarily fumbled the ball. " - strength in the third period with a 65 80-ya- rd . Statistics: . First Downs 'Kid' Paret Recapt ures Welter Title NEW YORK (UPI). Benny (Kid) Paret of Cuba, a perpetual motion fighter, won a sensational decision over upset split Emile Griffith Saturday night tt Madison Square Garden and recaptured the welterweight crown frofn the man who had taken t from 'him on a knockout last April 1. Paret, an; underdog at ZVz to 1, became the seventh man in ring history to win back the crown when the two judges voted for him Saturday night. The Cuban fought the last five rounds with both eyes almost closed, and vwith blood dripping, from a gash beneath his left eye and a cut inside bis lower lip.. 15-rou- nd 147-pou- ; '. Rushing Yardage Passing Yardage NMW MSU 12 188 ' 42 Passes Passes intercepted by . Punts. Yards Penalized 3-- 8 14 237 193 7-- 0 3-- 44 33 9 '2 3-- 39 S3 24-year--old pacK met ivieim JR.. . . XfrtW...'. to . .JMtiWft nd . . . .V.. . ,y. O. ' - - ' I iugn uampDeu tb) isknocked down in action. Utah State won (HeraldUPI Telepiioto). lmt-en- a 34-1- 4, ; 34-1- 4 j 17-ya- rd With Last Q uarret Surge United Press International SPOKANE, Wash. (UPI) Utah State's power asserted itself in the final period herej Saturday as the Aggies defeated r Washington State, 4 in a game marked by fumbles in thei first half and by penalties in 'the second half. . One Utah State man was evicted from the game for piling on and another was taken: from the field by ambulance, Held almost motionless, on the ground, Washington Stsite moved to a 3 lead early in the fourth quarter on the passing of quarterback Mel Melih but Ujtah Stae, staying almost entirely on the ground with the running of quarterbacks Jim Turner and Mel Montalbo and halfbac'ks Tom and ?erry Chagaanan move,d tofjhree tpuchddwns in the final Inine minutes. Scores First Larscheid scored first; for Utah State on a plunge from one yard out. The first touchdown was set up by Melin's fumble' oti the first play from scrimmage. Tlie Aggies took the ball on the 16 and scored five plays later. The Cougars held iniside their own 25 yard line most df the first period, stiffened their defense and took to the air in the second in a drive highlighted by Melin's passes to end Hugh! Campbell for 18 yards, halfback Jim Boy-Ia- n for 15 and to. Campbell again for 13. WSU moved to the one where fullback George Reed plunged over to score on, the ' eighth play of the drive. i : 34-1- 70-ya- rd - ojrd-setti- 14-1- Lar-sche- id . i 46-ya- rd . ' m Rain started to fall as the sec ond half opened. Utah state took the opening kipkoff on its own 30. Eleven plays later Larscheid scored for the second time and failed to run his conversidh into the end zone. Early in the final perioc WSU drive that endmounted a ed with Melin passing to Camp bell on the eight and WSUls recpass catcher running over tor tne score. Next Drive After that it was all Utah State. On their next drive frond their. own 23 the Utags moved to a touchdown in 10 plays and two 15 yard penalties, Montalbo scored on a run from 'the eight. The next time it took onljf three. plays after Melin fumbled on Ms own 37. Turner scored easily on a run from the three. In the final . minutes Melin's fourth down pass was knocked! down and Utah State took over on the MSU 25. Substitute qdar. terback Bill Munson passedlto end Roger Foulk to set up a sdore by halfback Roger Leonard three plays later irorii the one. I Shafer Ejected Quarterback S t Vv e Shaffer was By ROBERTA ULRICH ng ihet s?am I halfback Ron Prince had been knocked Unconscious and was taken from the field. Prince was taken to Sacred Heart Hospital here for ofan injured shoulder to determine the ' seriousness of the hurt. A crowd of 13,000 saw the jgame," X-ra- ys v (Munson run). Statistics: Wash State .12 First downs 4 Bushing yardage 180 Passing yardage 2 Passes Passes intercepted by 1 - for fourth and Eddie Robinson Chicago, was fifth with 3,593. Miss Daniels' total was 17 points short of, the record of points set by, Miss Terry in 4,-2- 49 i960. "' I' it' won Daniels the YvMiss run in 25.3 seconds. Miss Terry hui- placed first in the of a with time :11.7, and dles, "distance a with the broad jump, 10 17 of feet, - inches. f Delia Burchfield won the shot-pMiss with a heave of 40-- 5 .Everhart won the other event, the high jump, with' a leap of5-3- . Miss Terry and Miss Daniels were members of the U.S. Olym, pic team in 1960. I 80-met- Punts . Fumbles lost Yards "penalized 115 0 er . 5 143 er 0, 7-- 7' sals.. - 14-poi- nt - Missouri, ranked. No. 4 in the final United "s Press International ratings a year ago, gained its sec-en- d straight win of the 1961 season when halfback Bill Tobin plunged one yard following the Tigers' Ion pass completion of the from Mike a game Hunter to Cari Crawford. The game opened with the temperature at 44 The game of American football and a driving rain falling and by the time it ended the crowd of grew from the game of rugby. , ut 24-yard- er ' 6 0 1 Oregon Utah 0 8 0 7 14 run- - (kick Post Oregon failed). Utah Tines 2 run (Cravens kick). Utah Tines 1 run (Cravens kick). Statistics Utah Oregoa . First downs 12 85 11 152 24 Rushing yardage Passing yardage Passes Passes intercepted by, Punts Fumbles lost ' Yards penalized 146 2-- 7. 9-- 22 0. 5 4-- 41 4-- 39 2 0 . 2 . 15 7-- 6. " tJ.::a Z Sun Devils Whip Colorado Aggies In 14-- 6 Battle f FORT COLLINS, Colo. Nolan of 32 UP- I- Joes' sethimself a mark consecutive extra points week, Oregon piled Saturday asythe Su Devils de-ofup a record of 544?yards-tot- al feated Colorado State University, fense In scoringts first victory i4-v of the season against Idaho. The After, a stalemated first half, and Utes; picked up 152 rushing ' Arizona State broke through a '. only 24 on passes. CSU defense and "got Its stingy first score with 1:17 . remaining in the third period hen center Steve Fedorchak recovered, a fumble by Colorado Aggie quarterback Roy itutierrez,onxhis own ' Ycungstown 14 Toledo 12 '16.;;. ' Arkansas 6 Tulsa Fullback Dornel Nelson went Vanderbilt 21 Georgia 0 over the middle for seven yards Virginia St. 49 'Howard 12 and 'then, halfback Charles Taylor Delaware St. 22 Hampton Inst.- - 8 got the spore on a drive off left ' Notre Dame 19 Oklahoma 6 tackle. : Kent St. 32 Ohio U. 17 Jones' first conversion made Missouri 6 Minnesota 0 the score Iowa 28 .California 7 Arizona State m ade it 14-- 0 in Kansas 6 Wyoming 6 (tie) the fourth period, going, 45 yards ' Montana 40 New Mexico 8 in fouplays. Hiet: touchdown Montana, St. 17 South Dakota St. 12 play was pass from Colorado! '24 Oklahoma St. 0 quarterback Joeuger to halfStanford 34 Oregon St 0 back Ossie McCarty Jones again Utah St, 34 Washington St. 14. converted, - V r Colorado.. 24 Oklahoma St. 0 .Oplorado State; took the ensuing t uuire. passing. Last " 6. , II M By United Syracuse 29 3i f 0 I2l r Press International West Virginia 14 ' Brylorj 16 Pittsburgh 13 31 Boston, U. 44 Wm & Mary 6 Navy Ncrthwestern 45 Boston Coll. 0 Villanova 20 Holy Cross 6 ' Vermoii 28 Coast Guard 8 Yale 18 Connecticut 0 At-m- y , ( Penn 14 Lafayette 7 Dprtmbuth 28 Newj Hampshire Rutgers 16 Princeton 13 Lehigh1 22 Harvard 17 Columbia 50 'Brown 0 Delaware 36 Buffalo 12 Cornell 34 Colgate - 7-- 0. - . ; -4- 59-yard . Maryland 24Clemson 21 '' Maine! 22 Rhode Island 20 o Mississippi 20 Kentucky 6 South Carolina 10 Wake Forrest '7 Citadel 20 Davidson 12 Furman 1 Geo - Washington 9 Los AngelesMSt. '40 ,Univ Mexico 0 Texas 42 Texas Tech 14 North Texas St 41 Brigham "Young 30 kickoff and went. 64 yards for its touchdown in 12 plays. Halfback1 Alex llumackicil swung around left end from riine yards' out for the score, irumackicb picked tm most of the yardage in the drivel: CSU 'got another fleeting chance when it took the ball on! the ASU 42 after a punj. Quarterback Bill Berringer hit Humackich on passes of 15 and 18 yards to carry, to the Sun Devil 25 when the final gun "went off. j. '.u 0 6 0 Colo. St. Uj . Mississippi State 10 Houston 7 Friday's Games VMI 8 'Richmond 6 Detroit 34 Xavier (Ohio) 8 7 Chattanooga 27 East Tenn, St. 6 ; j Miami (Fla.) 25 Penn State 8 ""J 'tiei 14 20 Washburn 27 Central Mo. St. 15 Wesley'an Middlebury ' 14 Sou. Calif. 21 Sou. Methodist 16 Ariz. 14 Arizona (tie) Nebraska ! was buffeted by snow mixed with a heavy, rain.! Kermit Jorgehsen, a running quarterback, riddled the Illinois defense wih runs, through the middle and around the ends to score and halfback wo touchdowns Charlie Mitchell, added the third Washington score ;on a scr.mper. Illinois cut the visitors' lead in half before the intermission but never got close again. Stanford's Indians, gambling and making it pay off, literally ran Oregon State's favored Beavers into the ground with a crunching running game that added up to 262 yards gained rushing.. Five different Stanford players shared in the scoring, all of it coming in the final two periods. Lesesne," a junior passing whiz from Atlanta, connected on two coring tosses,. to end Bruce Hammer and halfback Jeff Starling on another to spark Vandy's surprise over Georgia, which for the second straight week was led by assistant rof ches in the absence of the ailing Johnny Griffith. Texas Christian got the equalizing TD against vaunted Ohio State early in the final period when quarterback Sonny Gibbs tossed a pass to end Dale Glasscock. Jimmy McAteer kicked thr extra point. Ohio State's TD came within the first seven minutes of the game with Bill Mrukowski passing to Chuck Bryant to com 58,840 66-ya- - j 12-ya- rd ' , I S. rd march. It looked plete a as if the Buckeyes would keep right on rolling, but T.O.U.- stiffened and held on each ensuing thrust, the last time on an inter56-ya- rd 0" 7 0 rid1 7; 6-- , . United Press International Missouri, Washington, Stanford and Vanderbilt turned in major upset victories in Saturday's packed and one college football program of the schools caught in the shuffle was defending national champion Minnesota. Missouri's Orange Bowl champions, : overcoming snow, rain and biting cold at Minneapolis, shocked Minnesota's Golden Gophers, ;. Washington's - Rose- Bowl champions, bouncing back from a humiliating loss to Purdue, ripped IlliStanford, which didn't nois, 20-win a game a year ago, made it two straight by beating Oregon State, a two touchdown favorite, 34-and Vanderbilt rode the passof Hank Lesesne to a"21-- 0 arm ing . of Georgia. upset Add to that, Texas Christian's tie with favored Ohio State and 6 tie with Wyoming's favorite Kansas, and it added up to a day of prominent form rever- . ' 5 8 4-- 31 6-- 0 Washington 20 Illinois 7 Michigan 29 U CLiA. 6; Michigan St. 20 Wisconsin 0 Ohio State 7 Texas Christian ' P psef s M . MCELIIENNY OUT BALTIMORE." (UPI) Hugh McElhenhy. a speedy halfback, will not be in uniform Sunday when his Minnesota Vikings meet the Baltimore Colts in a National Football League game. ommy Mason will replace Mc- Elhenny, ,who broke the small toe in his left foot last week. 5-- 15-3- 7-- 34 R st: 18 271 50 - City, Mo., scored 3,930 points to place third in the field of 14.! Leon-tyn- e Relf, Chicago, scored, 3,659 200-met- . Utah 23 where end Marv Fleming ended the threat by intercepting an Oregon pass. The. Ducks took advantage of a Utah fumble to take & lead in the first period. Tackle Steve Bar-ne- tt recovered a BilL Cravens fumble on Utah's second play from scrimmage von the Ule 25. In six plays, the Visitors crossed the goal with quarterback Doug Post plunging over from one yard out. The score came with 3f22 played in the;gameA Post to Mel Renfrom pass good, for '23 yards put the Ducks on ,the goal line. Utah marched 80 yards in 14 plays in the second period to tiy the score. Cravens' con'versioj gave Utah its first lead, Guard Jeff Jonas intercepted an Oregon pass in the end zone to climax a great Utah gaal line stand in which Oregon was un able to score from six yards out in four tries. Cravens then guided his team 80 yards goalward. Utah's forward wall held the . Duke 24 Virginia 0 . Geprgb Tech 24 Rice 0 North Carolina 27 North Carolina St. 22 ;'i : Aubuiln 24 21. Tennessee Utah 21 Coll. Carolina North Morgan State .6-0- . , , One 4)lay .earlier AA0 Award Pentathlon vV! FORT COLLINS, Colo. (UPD Brigham Young University freshman Pat IJaniels rolled up 4,232 points to win the National, AAU Women's Pentathlon championship at Colorado State University T Saturday. .Miss Daniels, the I960 runnerup, beat out defending champion Jo Ann Terry of Tennessee State Uni-ycrsity, who had 4,179 points, al-- , though Miss Terry won two of the five events to Miss Daniels one individual viqtory. Darlene Everhart of Kansas m the fourth period after a penalty BYU Coed Wins National , second defeat this season! for ' WSU and third straight victory for Utah State. Campbell who set a new n& tiorial pass catching record last year now has 11 receptions for 160 yards and one touchdown in two games this year. Last year after two games hehad caught 10 passes although he did not play in the opening game. 7 1 6 2134 Utah State 7 0 714 0 Wash. State Larscheid, 1 plunge Utag (Turner kick). WSU Reed1 plunge (Melin kick). Lafscheid, 1 plunge (run Utag failed). "WSU - Campbell, .18 p ass from ' Melin Melin .kick). tWg : Montalbo,' 8 run (run failed). Turner, 3 run (Turner tttag Kick). Leonard, 1 plunge Utag " cMrlv in AT, COLORADO iMEET -- New Mexico aerials. 'New Mexico showed its vaunted wwXj. A ggie$ Smash , , irt WVi ' 1 kick)-- I'WlWrttl gift By STEVE SMILANICII United Press International SALT LAKE, CITY (UPI) Utah's 'Redskins broke up an old-- l fashioned defensive duel Saturday with a touchdown in the final two minutes which gave the Utes a 14-- 6 intersectional football victory over Oregon. It was Utah's first victory over the Pacific Coast independents since 1954. A crowd of 26,578 saw the" bitterly fought contest in Ule Stadium.' The powerful Utah line played a big role in the victory, stalling the- speedy Duck backfield and forcing them to go to the air lanes. The alert Ute defenders then inT tercepted five Oregon passes. The Utes drov 49 yards in the final period with fullback Bud Tines IplunglJtgr'over from one tedskins out yard out to put t nf rparh. The score in. th4 "finalperiod followed a scoreless third periods in which both tealns threatened but were unable to punch the ball over the goal line. The key play in the final Ute end scoring march was a run bvi halfhack Gnrdv Ijpp. Even after Utah scored" its last touchdown, Oregon still threatened, moving all the way to the 66H 7- -f ol'5s to defeat North Carolina State, 27-- 22; Army made it by. beating Boston U., 31-- and Navy routed William and Mary, 44-- in two-in-a-ro- w t 7, 6, . j i. i it . .. l ri ' ' cance. ception by Gibbs, his second of the game, with the clock running Here is how some of the other games turned out by section: out East Pennsylvania" fought for ' Wyoming's Cowboys, operating all it wfs worth to turn back little without triple-threstar Chuck Rutgers, once the Lafayette, 14-Lamson, pushed Kansas' favored doormat in college football's oldest Jayhawks all over the field in their rivalry, made it four over bio' intersectional and gained "a Princeton, Cornell crushed hard-earne- d tie when Mike Walker Colgate, 34 0; Villanova upset Jloly toss from Andy took an and uoiumDia wnippca Cross, 20-Melosky late in the iird period. Brown, 50-Elsewhere around, the country, South Underdog Florida State, the form held up fairly as expected. tied Florida, Auburn recovered In the nationally-televise- d game, from some early fumbles to beat Notre Dame whipped. Oklahoma i Tennessee, John Hannigan's 19-o at South Bend, Ind., with enaoiea juary-lan- d licia goal Lind the Dabiero and-Miand , to nip Clemson, . scoring heroes. Duke derailed Virginia's comeback Iowa's race-hors- e backs over with an, easy 42--0 victory. ' came fumbles to beat California, Colorado passed Hi Midlands 24-- 0 23-anxisome to a survived way' Big Eight win over Syracuse ous, moments to beat West Virginia, Oklahoma State and Nebraska aad Michigan's balance proved Arizona battled to a, 4 tie." too much for visiting UCLA to Southwest Arkansas, defendovercome ac the Wolverines Won, ing Southwest Conference cham29-a persistent ground game pion, nipped Tulsa, f Montana ripped open carried Michigan State to a 20-- 0 Rockies Win over Wisconsin; two TD pas- a close game in the final -- period ses by Ronnie Stanley paced visit- to beat New Mexico,. 40-- 8 and 3 win over Montana St; shaded South Dakota, ing Baylor to a humbled Northwestern Pittsburgh; Boston College, 45-Utah State's power Far West Georgia Tech 24-in a game rated asserted itself for a SM4 vh ever j beat Rice, bounced back Washington State. Carolina . North even; . - at 7; in-a-ro- w 16-1- 3; 18-ya- rd 6, 0. , 3-- 3; 24-2- 1; An-gel- 6, 22-ya- rd ke 24-2- 1, 7; 29-1- 14-1- 4; 6-- 0. 6; 16-1- - 17-1- 0; 0, 2.