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A ROUNDUP OF THE WEEK'S NEWS
October 31, 1955
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October 31, 1955

A Roundup Of The Week's News

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Sam Brown broke open close game for UCLA with 67-yard punt return, second of three touchdowns for day; Ronnie Knox passed and ran for two more in 33-13 defeat of Iowa at Los Angeles.

Michigan State's Earl Morrall executed specially rehearsed pass play, hit End Dave Kaiser for 60-yard touchdown to break 7-7 tie, sparked other Spartan scores in 21-7 victory over Illinois at East Lansing, Mich.

West Virginia , outcharged in first half by rugged Penn State, buckled down to beat Lions 21-7 at Morgan town, W. Va.

Notre Dame pierced heavier Purdue line with ease for 325 yards, rushed passing star Len Dawson unremittingly, drubbed Boilermakers 22-7 at Lafayette, Ind.

Ohio State's irresistible ground attack, guided by chance-taking Frank Ellwood, rubbed out 14-0 Wisconsin lead, produced 26-16 triumph over favored Badgers at Madison, Wis., kept Buckeyes' slate clean in Big Ten.

Southern California made up for sluggish start with three-touchdown last-quarter scoring romp led by Halfback Jon Arnett, as California's Bears succumbed 33-6 at Berkeley, Calif.

Texas A&M's lightweights held vaunted Baylor to 34 yards gained, thumped Bears 19-7 at College Station, Tex. to take Southwest Conference lead.

Army rebounded from Syracuse upset by smothering Columbia 45-0 at West Point.

Auburn remained undefeated with 52-0 breeze over little Furman.

Brooklyn College, blaming declining interest and injuries, dropped football after 29 years of participation.

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