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? Alan Ameche , Wisconsin fullback, gained 59 yards against Northwestern to run four-season total to 3,186 yards gained rushing, set new national collegiate record at Madison, Wis. Ameche broke record of 3,166 yards set by Ollie Matson at University of San Francisco.
?Huelet Benner, master sergeant and West Point pistol coach, set American record for international rapid-fire pistol event, scoring 590 points during try-outs for U.S. shooting team, at Fort Benning, Ga. Benner broke own American record of 587.
?Scotch Victor, five-year-old trotter owned by S. A. Camp Farms, set world record of 2:22[4/5] for mile and three-sixteenths, winning $32,500 Golden West Trot, at Hollywood Park, Inglewood, Calif. Driven by Joe O'Brien, Scotch Victor shattered mark of 2:25[3/5] set last year by Pronto Don at Hollywood Park.
U.C.L.A., ranked first nationally, displayed its defensive might while routing Oregon 41-0. Oregon Quarterback George Shaw, nation's leader in total offense (average: 178 yards a game), was held to 29 yards running and passing. Highlight of game was 91-yard touchdown run by Jim Decker of U.C.L.A.
Southern California, almost certain Pacific Coast Rose Bowl representative, defeated fumbling Stanford team 21-7. Favored by 14 points, U.S.C. was outplayed by Stanford in first half, scored two touchdowns after recovering fumbles by Indians deep in Stanford territory.
Ohio State , ranked second nationally, turned in impressive 26-0 win over Pittsburgh. Buckeyes did not allow Pittsburgh to get beyond Ohio State 40-yard line. Halfback Bobby Watkins scored twice for Ohio State, raised his season total to 51 points.
Arkansas remained undefeated after second-half drive to overtake Rice 28-15. Razorback Sophomore George Walker scored three touchdowns, completed 14 passes good for 118 yards, picked up 160 yards on ground, including 73-yard punt return for touchdown. Dickie Moegle starred for Owls, running for 111 yards in 21 tries, returning five punts 117 yards.