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THE WONDERFUL WORLD OF SPORT
October 01, 1956
A TONGUE-BITING UPSET
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October 01, 1956

The Wonderful World Of Sport

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A TONGUE-BITING UPSET

For 28-year-old Coach Terry Brennan (left) it was a distressing Saturday night: jittery Notre Dame, 14-point favorites over SMU in the packed, 87� Cotton Bowl, got upset in an opener 19-13, for the first time in 22 years. For the green but steamed-up SMUs (right) it was a night of glory and discovery as Quarterback Charlie Arnold, a junior, emerged as a spanking new Mustang hero (see page 52)

TONGUE-BITING NOTRE DAME COACH TERRY BRENNAN PROWLS SIDELINES

A QUARTERBACK'S NIGHTMARE

The camera off Photographer Bob Tamaska off the Dayton 'Daily News' catches a classic example of frustration: like a man in a bad dream who is unable to free himself from the awful clutches of a bogeyman, Quarterback Tom Dimitroff of Miami ( Ohio) cannot shake off the grapples of Tackle Bob Jewett of George Washington University in Miami's 7-6 defeat

QUARTERBACK DIMITROFF FADES BACK TO PASS—ONLY TO FIND HIMSELF CLUTCHED, NO MATTER HOW HE TWISTS, BY PERSISTENT TACKLER

WHOOPING SOUTHERN METHODIST SUBSTITUTES COME TO THEIR FEET TO CHEER TEAMMATES ON TO HARD-FOUGHT VICTORY OVER THE IRISH

WHO GRASPS HIM BY WAIST, THEN BY IRON HOLD ON SHIRTTAIL UNTIL HELP ARRIVES. PLAY LOST HAPLESS DIMITROFF 14 YARDS IN ALL

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