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?UPSETS?Piling up awesome 446 yards on ground, South Carolina handed Army its third opening-day defeat since 1890 with 34-20 upset at Michie Stadium.
?Quarterback Jerry Reichow sneaked across on fourth down with less than six minutes left in game to give Iowa 14-10 victory over Michigan State at Iowa City.
?Penn state's stout defense contained Illinois stars Mickey Bates and J. C. Caroline as State upset Big Ten contenders 14-12 before opening-day crowd at Champaign.
?Florida rolled up 295 yards on ground, completed nine of 14 passes in beating Georgia Tech 13-12 at Atlanta.
PROS?National Football League opened season with all 12 teams in action. Biggest surprise of day: Philadelphia Eagles, 28-10 over once mighty Cleveland Browns. Biggest scores: Los Angeles Rams, 48-0 over Baltimore Colts; San Francisco 49ers, 41-7 over Washington Redskins; and Detroit Lions, 48-23 over Chicago Bears.
PACIFIC?Tony Trabert of Cincinnati broke service in first game of final set, went on to beat Vic Seixas of Philadelphia 6-3, 6-8, 6-4, 6-3 for Pacific Coast singles title at Berkeley, Calif. Trabert previously teamed with Seixas to win doubles crown 6-1, 6-4 from Eddie Moylan of Trenton, N.J, and Bernard Bartzen of San Angelo, Texas.
BOGEYS?Marty Furgol of Lemont, Ill. won "world" division of National Celebrities tournament with 72-hole score of 273 when Bo Winninger of Oklahoma City, even-up after 71, took bogey five on final green.
?Patty Berg of St. Andrews, Ill. won women's Ardmore open with 72-hole score of 299 when Jackie Pung of Honolulu, even on final tee, bogeyed last hole for 300.