turned two Southern California fumbles into touchdowns, powered way to 20-7 victory in Rose Bowl game played in drenching downpour. Quarterback Dave Leggett went over from three, passed 21 yards to Bobby Watkins to give alert Buckeyes 14-0 lead before Southern Cal's Aramis Dandoy got away on spectacular 86-yard punt return. Winners marched 77 yards for clincher in last period, Jerry Harkrader scoring from nine-yard line.
Navy completely outclassed Mississippi, hammered out 21-0 win in Sugar Bowl. Fullback Joe Gattuso scored twice for Middies, shared offensive honors with Quarterback
and Halfback Johnny Weaver.
Duke exploded in second half, romped over Nebraska 34-7 in Orange Bowl. Duke's hard-hitting halfbacks, Bob Pascal and Nick McKeithan, and Quarterback Jerry Barger broke game wide open in third quarter with sharp thrusts through Cornhusker line, accurate passes.
scored twice in last half, defeated Arkansas 14-6 in Cotton Bowl. Trailing 6-0, Tech turned loose three crashing fullbacks, George Humphreys, Johnny Hunsinger and Dick Mattison, who ripped Arkansas line, paved way for touchdowns by Paul Rotenberry and
Auburn set new Gator Bowl rushing record of 423 yards, drubbed Baylor 33-13. Fullback Joe Childress scored twice on short runs, kicked three extra points, gained 134 yards to pace Auburn attack.
East scored tying touchdown on pass from Notre Dame's
in last quarter, won 13-12 decision over favored West on conversion by Penn State's Jim Garrity in Shrine game at San Francisco.
Texas Western's Jesse Whittenton
ran for two scores, passed for three more, kicked five extra points, led his team to 47-20 win over Florida State in rough Sun Bowl game.
, Calif. scored in first three periods, trampled Fort Hood, Tex. 36-0 in Shrimp Bowl at Galveston, Tex.
two-man team of
won first three matches, regained coveted Davis Cup from Australia 3-2. Playing beautifully, determined Trabert whipped Lew Hoad 6-4, 2-6, 12-10, 6-3, sharp Seixas drubbed Ken Rosewall 8-6, 6-8, 6-4, 6-3 in singles, then teamed to trounce Hoad and Rosewall 6-2, 4-6, 6-2, 10-8 in doubles, clinched Cup for U.S. With pressure off, Australia took last two singles, averted humiliating shutout. Rosewall upset Trabert 9-7, 7-5, 6-3,
replaced injured Hoad, trimmed Seixas 4-6, 6-3, 6-2, 6-3.