Sport: Upset Saturday

Elections might not be sure things any longer, but Notre Dame, Michigan and Army seemed to be. They had no trouble getting past another Saturday unbeaten. But a few really big toes were stepped on last week, relieving the monotony of what threatened to be a cut & dried football year.

Georgia Tech's pony backfield slipped and slithered in the mud at Atlanta, and fell before Tennessee, 13-6. It was Tech's first 1948 defeat. In a drizzling rain, North Carolina's undefeated Tar Heels (rated No. 3 in the nation) were held to a 7-7 tie by underdog William & Mary.

In Sacramento, Calif.,...

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