SQUEAKERS—Alan (the Horse) Ameche slammed his 210 pounds through stubborn Rice line twice to score both of Wisconsin's touchdowns and earn Badgers tight 13-7 victory.
•Highly rated U.C.L.A. squeezed out 21-20 win after spirited University of Washington team scored three times in second half on passes by sophomore back Bobby Cox.
•Six fumbles stymied powerful Oklahoma attack, limited the Sooners to a 14-7 triumph over Texas, which recovered five of fumbles.
PROCESSIONS—Halfback Bobby Watkins scored twice to lead hard-running Ohio state in 40-7 rout of Illinois. Strong Buckeye line limited Illinois to 83 yards on ground.
•Notre Dame bounced back from last week's stunning defeat by Purdue with 33-0 win over hapless Pittsburgh.
•Army quarterback Pete Vann threw three scoring passes which gained 67,61,44 yards as Cadets crushed Dartmouth 60-6. Although first team left game permanently in third quarter, Army still accumulated 600 yards rushing, passing.
•Navy line gave away nine pounds per man, consistently outcharged opposition while quarterback. Dick Echard threw for two scores, fullback Joe Gattuso bulled way for another to lead Navy to 25-0 win over Stanford.
STAND-OFF—Purdue and Duke, ranked fifth and sixth nationally, battled to 13-13 tie. Duke defense bottled up Purdue passer Len Dawson, but Boilermakers came through on ground after being down 13-0 at half time.
SURPRISE—Michigan, unrated, upset fourth-ranked Iowa 14-13 after spotting Hawkeyes two touchdowns in first quarter. Second-string quarterback Jim Maddock rallied Michigan, directed 58-yard scoring drive, passed for another touchdown.
PRO—Detroit Lions, defending National Football League title, throttled Los Angeles Rams' passing attack, limited Ram runners to only 61 yards, won 21-3.
•Revamped Cleveland Browns gave Otto Graham enough protection for him to complete first 10 passes in row, three for touchdowns, to give Browns 31-7 win over Chicago Cardinals.
•New York Giants passed way to 51-21 win over Washington Redskins.
•Max Hempt's three-year-old trotting filly, Stenographer, set 11th world record with time trial mile of 1:59[1/5] at Lexington.
•Sol Camp's Scott Frost trotted mile in 2:00 in second heat of Cimarron Ranch trot at Lexington to set new world's record for two-year-old trotters in competition.
•Willie Shoemaker booted home 300th winner at Tanforan, Calif. to become first jockey to ride 300 winners for four seasons. Only jockey to ride 300 winners for three seasons: Willie Shoemaker.
CUP WIN—Bill Cantrell of Louisville won Indiana Governor's Cup Race, averaging 91.556 mph in Gale IV on 15-mile course on Ohio River near Madison, Ind.
MIDGET RACE—Duke Nalon won 100-mile A.A.A. midget race at Terre Haute, Ind. Runners-up: Roy Newman of Hammond, Ind. and Jack Turner of Seattle. Turner's second place gave him enough points to clinch National A.A.A. championship.
STOCK CARS—Buck Baker, ex-bus driver from Charlotte, N.C., drove 1954 Oldsmobile at average speed of 88.83 mph to win 250-mile NASCAR Grand National Stock Car Race at newly opened Memphis-Arkansas Speedway, Lehi, Ark.
CHEERS IN BUDAPEST—Navy Journalist 3/C Norman Brinker suffered broken collarbone in fall during horse riding event of modern pentathlon at Budapest, won the cheers of the crowd by remounting, making three more jumps. Brinker's injury ended hopes of U.S. team to win pentathlon. Swiss team led 13-country field with Hungary second.
CHAMPIONS—Gustav Scholz, German middleweight titleholder, floored Scottish champion Willie Armstrong ten times to register TKO in eighth round at Berlin.
•Philippine featherweight champion Benny Escobar, deaf mute, stopped Japanese-Hawaiian Roy Higa in sixth at Manila.
•European heavyweight champion Heinz Neuhaus of Germany retained title with third-round KO of Kurt Schiegl of Austria at Frankfurt.
SPOILERS—Veteran heavyweight Charlie Norkus of New York TKO'd Charlie Powell, former San Francisco '49er football star, in seventh round at San Francisco.
•Boardwalk Billy Smith, New Jersey prison guard, knocked out No. 1 light-heavyweight contender Harold Johnson in second round at Philadelphia.
CHALLENGERS—Lulu Perez, 21, fifth-ranking featherweight contender from Brooklyn, decisioned Bobby Woods, 20, of Spokane for 38th win in 41 fights, at Brooklyn.
MONEY MEN—PGA listed leading 1954 money winners: Bob Toski, $65,891; Jack Burke Jr., $20,213; Marty Furgol, $19,909; Jerry Barber, $18,885; Cary Middlecoff, $17,593.
ABROAD—South Africa's Bobby Locke finished with 291 to win Dunlop Masters Professional Golf Tournament at Sandwich, Eng.
•Shirley Dommers of Savanna, Ill. won Italy's amateur golf title, beating W. Gosa of Italy 3 and 2 in final round at Como.
FUTURITY—Belair Stud's Nashua, 13-20 favorite, Eddie Arcaro up, beat Summer Tan by head to win Belmont Futurity. Win gave 80-year-old trainer Sunny Jim Fitzsimmons first victory in Futurity, earned Belair Stud $88,015, made Nashua leading candidate for two-year-old of year.
•Earlier same afternoon at Belmont, King Ranch's High Gun won mile and half Manhattan Handicap with Arcaro up.
UPS AND DOWNS—Willie Hartack, sensational New Jersey jockey, got set down for 10 days for careless riding at Atlantic City.
HARNESS—Charles Provost's "unsound" three-year-old trotter, Harlan, won $64,410 Kentucky Futurity in two straight heats.
ABROAD—Georges Wildenstein's Beau Prince II won France's top race for two-year-olds, the Grand Criterium, at Long-champ track. Beau Prince II's victory was worth $17,150.
REDS WIN—Russia successfully defended team title in World Weight-Lifting Championships, beating U.S. team which entered only four of seven events, 29-23, at Vienna. U.S. out-lifted Reds in actual competition, winning three of four events entered.
LITTLE SERIES—Louisville, American Association Champions, defeated International League Champions, Syracuse, 4-2 in final game to win Little World Series four games to two.
SWITCH—Frank (Pinky) Higgins, former big league third baseman and manager of Louisville Colonels (see-above), replaced Lou Boudreau as manager of Boston Red Sox.
TRACK AND FIELD
STELLA STILL—Former Polish Olympic champion Stella Walsh, 43, won her fifth U.S. pentathlon championship against field of 38 women at Cleveland.
TOKYO MEET—Fourteen-man German track team defeated Japan squad 104-75.
PEKE BEST—Mrs. Richard S. Quigley's three-year-old red Pekinese Ch. Kai Lung of Orchard Hill won best in show in 745-dog event of Devon Dog Show Association at Devon, Pa.
CLEAN SWEEP—Bermuda took best-of-seven series for International One Design yachts from Norway, winning four straight races, at Bermuda.
NAMED—Vic Seixas, Tony Trabert, Ham Richardson and Bill Talbert were named to represent U.S. in attempt to win back Davis Cup from Australia in December. Taibert captains U.S. team which will face Lewis Hoad, Ken Rosewall, Mervyn Rose, Rex Hartwig.
RED WINGS FOREVER—Detroit Red Wings aimed for seventh straight National Hockey League title by opening season with 2-1 win over Toronto, 4-0 shutout over Rangers. Montreal also got off to fast start, winning first two games.
DIED—Josh Devore, 66, National League outfielder 1908-1917; after long illness, in Chillicothe, Ohio. His best year was 1910 when he hit .304 for Giants. In 1914 he was member of "Miracle Braves" outfield.
HONORED—Nat Fleischer, 66, publisher of Ring Magazine; as a Companion of the Most Exalted Order of the White Elephant, fourth class, by King Bhumibol Adulyadel of Thailand, for bringing to Thailand two world's bantamweight championship fights.
DIED—Mario Verga, 44, Italian motorboat champion; of drowning when Laura xxx sank while traveling 185 mph. Lake Iseo, Italy.
HONORED—Late football coach Glenn Scobey (Pop) Warner; and former Stanford football star Ernie Nevers; with membership in National Football Hall of Fame.
OTHER RESULTS FOR THE RECORD
Frank Schneider, Lamrbertville, N.J., 100-m. Natl. Sportsmen's stock car championship, in 1:29:30.21, Langhorne, Pa.
Johnny Thomson, Springfield, Mass., Bill Schindler Memorial Trophy race, in 43:57.14 (new record), Reading, Pa.
Ed Sanders and Burt Whitehurst, 10-round draw, heavyweights, Boston.
Moses Ward, 10-round decision over Billy Kilgore, middleweights, New York.
Charlie Salas, 10-round decision over Chico Varona, welterweights, Miami Beach.
Cisco Andrade, 10-round decision over Henry Davis, lightweights, Rochester, N.Y.
Ch. Brando Von Aichtal, best of breed, German Shepherd Dog Club of America show, Darien, Conn.
Edmonton 16—Winnipeg 5
Calgary 13—Vancouver 6
Hamilton 34—Toronto 6
Montreal 25—Ottawa 11
Chandler Harper, Portsmouth, Va., over Ralph Beach, in playoff, Mid-Atlantic PGA, Virginia Beach, Va.
COLUMBIA HANOVER: $16,157 Hanover Filly Stake, 2-yr-old trotters, in 2 of 3 heats, Lexington, Ky. Johnny Simpson, driver.
PHANTOM LADY: $13,236 Hanover Filly Stake, 3-yr.-old pacers, in straight heats, Lexington, Ky. Frank Ervin, driver.
TURF SUN: $30,150 Jersey Belle Starts, 1 1/16 m., by 1½ lengths, in 1:44, Garden State Pk., Camden, N.J. Ray Broussard up.
FISHERMAN: $27,950 Lawrence Realization, 1 5/8 m., by 3 lengths, in 2:44 3/5, Belmont Pk., N.Y. Headley Wood-house up.
CUP MAN: $24,700 Absecon island Handicap, 1 m., by½ length, in 1:38 2 /5, Atlantic City, N.J. Jack Westrope up.
(World outboard championships, Knoxville, Tenn.)
David Livingston, Lake Village, Ark., Class C hydroplane; Class C service hydroplane; Class C service runabout.
Orlando Torigiani, Bakersfield, Calif., Class A hydroplane.
D. A. Martin, Jackson, Mich., Class B hydroplane.
Hap Owen, Bedford, Ind., Class F hydroplane; free-for-all runabout.
Bill Tenney. Dayton, Ohio. Class C racing runabout.
Dorothy Mayer, Long Island, N.Y., midget hydroplane.
Dallas, over Old Westbury, 6-4, Autumn Plates 16-goal. championship, Westbury, N.Y.
NEJI: $17,700 Brook Steeplechase Handicap, about 2½ m., by 1½ lengths, in 4:39 4/5, Belmont Pk., N.Y. Frank (Dooley) Adams up.
U.S., over Mexico, 4-1, American Zone Davis Cup, Mexico City.
(World championships, Vienna)
Norbert Schemansky, U.S., heavyweight title, with 1,074 lb. lift (new world record).
Arkadin Vorobyev, Russia, middle heavyweight title, with 1,014 lb. lift (new world record).
Tommy Kono, U.S., light heavyweight title, with 959 lb. lift (new world record).
Pete George, U.S., middleweight title, with 891 lb. lift.
Dmitri Ivanov, Russia, lightweight title, with 808.5 lb. lift.
Fedor Tshimishkian, Russia, featherweight title, with 770 lb. lift (new world record).
Bakit Fadkhoudinov, Russia, bantamweight title, with 693 lb. lift (equals record).
FOOTBALL (Week ending October 10)
How 200 U.S. college learns fared last week
Alfred 7 —St. Lawrence 6
Amherst 25—Bowdoin 19
Army 60—Dartmouth 6
Boston Coll. 44—V.M.I. 0
Boston U. 55—Fordham 20
Brandeis 20—Bates 0
Brown 35—Rhode Island 0
Bucknell 48—Lehigh 46
Carn. T. 25—J. Hopkins 0
Coast Guard 6—Wesleyan 0
Colgate 26—Rutgers 14
Delaware 51—Temple 13
F. & M. 21—Dickinson 14
Geneva 21—W. & J. 0
Gettysburg 28—Albright 0
Hamilton 25—Wagner 6
Harvard 13—Cornell 12
Hobart 45—Buffalo 0
Hofstra 45—Bridgeport 14
Kings Pt. 25—R.P.I. 20
Mass. 20—Conn. 13
Middlerbury 19—Williams 13
Moravian 7—Upsala 6
Muhlenb'g 27—Lafayette 0
N. Hamp. 21—Maine 10
N'eastem 26—Amer. Intl. 7
Notre Dame 33—Pitt 0
Penn St. 34—Virginia 7
Princeton 13—Penn 7
Rochester 26—Union 0
Springfield 26—Colby 18
Swarthmore 27—Susque. 0
Thiel 19—Allegheny 6
Trinity 27—Tufts 6
W. Va. 13—G. Wash. 7
W. M'yland 32—Lebanon V. 0
Wor. Tech 35—Mass. Marit. 7
Yale 13—Columbia 7
SOUTH & SOUTHWEST
Alabama 40—Tulsa 0
Arkansas 21—Baylor 20
Clemson 14—Florida 7
Fla. St. 52—Villanova 13
Georgia 21—N. Carolina 7
Georgia Tech 30—L.S.U. 20
Miss. Coll. 13—Howard 6
Miss. State 14—Tulane 0
Miss. South. 23—Ab. Ch. 7
N.C. State 26—W. & M. 0
N. Texas 20—Hard.-Simm. 7
Oklahoma 14—Texas 7
Houston 10—Texas A&M 7
Kentucky 21—Auburn 14
Lincoln St. 19—Ky. St. 13
Maryland 13—Wake For. 13
Memph. St.34—Murray St.6
Miami 26—Holy Cross 20
Miss. 22—Vanderbilt 7
Presbyt. 10—Davidson 7
Richmond 26—Citadel 0
S. Carolina 27—Furman 7
Tampa 67—S. Georgia 7
Tenn. 20—Chattanooga 14
Texas T. 55—Texas West. 28
Virginia St. 20—Shaw 0
Ashland 21—Slippery Sock 6
Cinn. 30—Marquette 13
Dayton 27—Louisville 7
Drake 14—Iowa St. T. 12
Duke 13—Purdue 13
Great Lakes 32—C. Mich. 28
Iowa St. 33—Kansas 6
Kansas St. 7—Nebraska 3
Kent 52—Bald. Wall. 7
Miami(0.) 42—Xavier(0.) 7
Michigan 14—Iowa 13
Michigan St. 21—Indiana 14
Minn. 26—Northwestern 7
N. Dak. 27—S. Dak. 21
Ohio N. 25—N. Michigan 7
Ohio St. 40—Illinois 7
Ohio U. 37—W. Reserve 0
Prairie V. 26—Jackson 6
S.M.U. 25—Missouri 6
Toledo 7—John Carroll 6
Wayne 27—Wash. (St. L) 0
W. Mich. 20—Bowl. Gr 15
Wichita 22—Okla. A&M 13
Wisconsin 13—Rice 7
Colorado 40—Arizona 18
Idaho St. 28—Colo. St. 13
Mont. St. 34—Colo. Coll. 6
Navy 25—Stanford 0
Oregon 33—California 27
San Jose St. 19—Ariz. St. 12
T.C.U. 20—S. California 7
U.C.L.A. 21—Washington 20
Utah 12—Brigham Young 7
Wash. St. 34—Oregon St. 6
NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE
2. New York
5. Chicago Cards
2. San Francisco
3. Chicago Bears
4. Los Angeles
6. Green Bay
FOOTBALL'S TOP TEN
(Verdict of the Associated Press writers' poll)
Team standings, with points figured on a 10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1 basis (first-place votes in parentheses):
4—Ohio State (14)
8—Notre Dame (2)
9—Penn State (3)
RUNNERS-UP: 11, Minnesota (2) 347; 12, Arkansas (1) 126; 13, Iowa 116; 14, West Virginia (6) 112; 15, Rice 84.
NATL. HOCKEY LEAGUE
3. New York