Army's Don Holleder had his greatest day at quarterback, ran for one touchdown, passed for three others to lead rejuvenated Cadets to 27-7 trouncing of Colgate at West Point, N.Y.
spotted Holy Cross first-period score, roared back on running of husky
to batter previously unbeaten Crusaders 49-9 at Worcester, Mass.
West Virginia's powerhouse rolled up 438 yards on ground, punished Marquette 39-0 as Freddy Wyant, Bob Moss, Jack Rabbits, Joe Papetti and Roger Chancey broke away for long runs at Milwaukee.
kept No. 1 ranking as fast-moving Ed Vereb tallied three times to set new Atlantic Coast Conference record of 66 points, led Terrapins to 27-0 whipping of South Carolina at College Park, Md.
Georgia Tech's hard-charging line opened gaping holes for George Volkert and other backs, helped Engineers to 27-0 win over slumping Duke at Atlanta.
Gene Newton's quarterback magic and skillful passing guided red-hot
to 27-13 upset of Auburn, handed Tigers first loss at New Orleans.
moved 79 yards in final minutes, earned 7-7 tie with favored Texas A&M at Fayetteville, Ark.
rocked and rolled over helpless California 47-0 at Los Angeles, moved closer to Rose Bowl.
scored twice against former alma mater, shared honors with substitute Fullback Doug Peters.
parlayed 60-yard punt return by
, occasional passing sorties by able
into 26-20 victory over Chicago Cardinals in mud at Chicago to move into familiar terrain—undisputed possession of first place in Eastern Conference of National Football League.
Ted Wegert, burly rookie fullback in lineup after month's absence while nursing broken foot, scored twice to lead
to 24-0 shutout of Pittsburgh at Philadelphia, pushed Steelers into second place.