Sport: Scoreboard, Nov. 12, 1956

¶ For the first time in twelve years. Navy's football team was better than Notre Dame's in virtually every department. The middies smothered the green Irish squad, 33-7. Oklahoma's national champions took a long while to get started in the thin air of Boulder, Colo., finally whipped Colorado, 27-19. Minnesota needed a last-minute field goal to remain undefeated and beat Pitt 9-6. In the Ivy League, Columbia made retiring Coach Lou Little a present of his last home game by upsetting Cornell 25-19.

¶ Lingering doubts that America's track and field team was in top form for the Olympics were...

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