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Appleton Post-Crescent (Newspaper) - November 2, 1959, Appleton, Wisconsin Vv V" V" Cannon's Run 7T> -3 Victory Sooners' 34-Game Big Eight Victory Streak Is Broken By The Associated Press It's been a bundle of Mon- days since any Eastern col- lege team excluding the ser- vice academies had any tions about a national foot- ball championship. y But Syracuse and Perm State have 'em today, es- pecially the former, and the hunch is it'll take a strong man to talk down the winner even granting the obvious claims of Louisiana State, Northwestern and Texas after these two unbeatens tangle next Saturday. The big game at Universi- ty Park, Pa., is the second in a row matching two section- al titans coming on the heels of defending national champ LSU's 7-3 squeaker over third ranked Mississip- pi last Saturday night Straight Wins This one tries Syracuse, No. 5 nationally in the last Asso- ciated Press weekly poll, and winner of six straight, against Penn State, with a No. 7 na- tional ledger and seven con- secutive victories. Meanwhile, LSU tries to run its winning streak to 20 at tough Tennessee, North- western (No. 2) is home to tenth ranked, once beaten Wisconsin in the Big Ten showdown, and Texas, rank- ed fourth, entertains Baylor Appleton High Halfback Marv Hietpas, arrow, gets good inter- ference during this second-quarter run-in Saturday's game with Fond du Lac. Among the Terrors pictured-are: Dave LaViolette, left; Jerry Gendron, to the left of Hietpas; and Cal Kluess and Ed Photo Felauer, running side-by-side at center. Among the Cardinals are: Larry Olsen (16) Rodney Brajdic (24) and "Chuck" Bloedorn Appleton won, 13-7, in the last 25 seconds. Wildcats Stay Unbeaten, 30-13 Wisconsin's Size, Ppwer Will be Pitted Against NU's Speed, Agility in another step toward the Southwest conference title and the Cotton bowl. "Now we find out if we're a football said Syra- cuse coach Ben Schwartzwal- der after the Orange had crushed Pitt, 35-0, Saturday. A crowd of roared as All-America Billy Can- non's 89-yard scoring punt return in the fourth quarter BY JOE MOOSHIL Associated Press Sports Writer Undefeated Northwestern, the nation's No. 2 team, and once-beaten Wisconsin will try to solve the question of the Big Ten football championship this Saturday at Evanston. The Wildcats posted their sixth straight victory with a stunning 30-13 triumph over Indiana Saturday while Wis- consin escaped from Ann Ar- bor with a 19-10 win over Michigan. Purdue and Illinois had their title hopes dimmed by playing to a 7-7 tie and Ohio State eliminated Michigan State from championship con- sideration with a 30-24 decis- ion. Outside League Outside the league, Iowa pounded Kansas Sate, 53-0, Minnesota dumped Vander- beat Ole Miss after LSU hadkflt, 20-6, Notre Dame edged been outplayed and outgain ed. With 10 minutes left in the game, Mississippi quarter- back Jake Gibbs soared a punt deep into LSU territory. Cannon took the ball on the LSU 11. He cut toward the sidelines, shook off one tackier at the 10, wiggled free of two oth- ers at the 15, but almost lost his balance when a fourth Re- bel whacked him. But at the 25 he was running in full cry and at midfield he was alone, save for a quickly formed screen of LSU blockers trail- ing Nails SMU Texas, 7-0, closed in on the SWC championship after nail- ing Southern Methodist, 21-0, Southern California, ranked sixth nationally and 6-0 after rallying to-beat California 14- ordinarily would be the Western Rose bowl team but the Trojans are 'ineligible. So Navy, 25-22. Seldom is the Big Ten cham- pionship decided before the fi- nal week of the season but should Northwestern defeat Wisconsin the Wildcats would need but-one victory in their last two games to seal the is- sue. Should Wisconsin stop Northwestern, Illinois then would become a key team since the Ulini face Wisconsin and Northwestern in their last two games. Northwestern's ability to score quickly rocked Indiana after the Hoosiers had moved to a 7-0 lead in the first quar- ter. Northwestern tied it in the second period when Ron Bur- ton scored after the" Wildcats had recovered a fumble and a minute later Burton broke it's Washington (6-1) in the lead for the host spot at Pasa- dena. Post-Crescent Photo Back Jim Schulze (11) Waits to plug up a hole in the Lawrence defense Saturday at Whiting field. Steven Dickinson Carleton's leading rusher, car- ries the balL The Vikes won, 14-6. To heat your home Without a care- Order your heating oil From SINCLAIR! H IT'S PREMIUM QUALITY AT REGULAR PRICEI CALL REgent 3-6024 or nearest Sinclair Supplier Sinclair Refining Company the game open with a 63-yard touchdown run on a punt re- turn. Fullback Stock then took over in the second half with touchdown runs of 28 and 24 yards and a 19-yard field goal. Stock, who played mag- nificently on defense, finished the day with 18 points. Big Game Indiana coach Phil Dickens said "Northwestern had too much speed and Mike Stock, too." Saturday's big game will pit Wisconsin's size and power against Northwestern's speed and agility. Purdue fumbled away two opportunities in the last quar- ter while Illinois tried to pull the game out in the final sec- onds on a missed fiekLgoal at- tempt by Gerry Wood. Quarterback Tom Matte hurled three touchdown pass- es in Ohio State's victory and Iowa scored 45 points in the first half in smothering Kan- sas State. Third string quar- terback Joe Salem picked up floundering Minnesota by di- recting a pah- of touchdown drives in the final period. Monte Ttickles' 43-yard field goal with 32 seconds to play carried Notre Dame to vic- tory. Whitewater Wins WSCC Grid Crown STATE COLLEGE CONFERENCE (Final Standings) W La Crosse Superior UW-Milwankee Stevens Point Oshkosh River Falls Ean Clalra Plattevllle Stoat not fliated In By The Associated Press Whitewater reigns disputed 1959 football cham- pion of the Wisconsin College conference with victories in as many games. The Warhawks clinched the title Saturday in the league finale by defeating Eau Claire, 19-0, while La Crosse Monday, November 1, 1959 Appleton Post-Crescent BIO overcame-Ri- ver Falls, 22-14; and Osh- kosh downed winless Stout, KC. Wayne Belke scored over from one yard'out in the final period for Oshkosh. n suffered its first loss of the campaign in a 16-7 upset "at the hands of University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. In other windup tilts Sup- erior beat Stevens Point, The Piaoe to Go In Kankatuia NOW SHOWING Starts At KRKDOUGHS mmm LAST TRAIN .PROM GUNHiU. TECHNICOLOR And Starts at i 1 College Football University of CroHxc 7. Lakeland 20. .Northwestern 0. SU Norbort 8. Central'14.- J. Viking Neenah LAST TWO NIGHTS BKToF EVERYTHING HOtUMCt SJtrHENtOVD suamtax MunuHm BtUMAMOC lOWXJUHOAN nut I PLUS NEW AND NOVEI NOAH S ARK ftAVE ROCKET, WILLTRAVEL LAST TRAIN FROM GUNHiUJ THUR. and FRI. TEACHER'S CONVENTION MATINEE PJVL Full-Length Feature! The newest member... 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