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Dudley Doust
September 23, 1957
On a sunburned football field in Salina, Kansas one day last November, a slim halfback dressed in the white jersey of Kansas Wesleyan burst over his own right tackle, swung toward the sideline and sprinted 35 yards to Southwestern's end zone. At this, some 2,500 students and townsfolk flung themselves into the air, hooting with delight. Larry Houdek had scored his 114th point. He was the nation's top college scorer for 1956.
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September 23, 1957

Small Colleges

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Puget sound: The Loggers tied their season's opener with Pacific Lutheran last season, then ran seven straight games to win the Evergreen Conference. They should win it again, led by option-running Quarterback Dick Jarvis, Halfback Bob Austin and a pair of the biggest tackles in the country, 245-pounders Jack Bolton and Daun Olson. Coach John Heinrick's biggest worries are over Central Washington College and Eastern Washington College.

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