Sport: Shakedown

With the college football season a third complete, national and regional pictures began shaking down: ¶ The game of the week was at South Bend, Ind., where Army used its famed "lonesome end" chiefly as a decoy to loosen Notre Dame defenses, sent Halfbacks Bob Anderson and Pete Dawkins slashing downfield in a 14-2 victory that established the Cadets as the class of the country.

¶ Texas struck a blow for the underdog by unhorsing mighty Oklahoma 15-14 on Bob Lackey's extra-point kick after Substitute Quarterback Vince Matthews mounted a fourth-quarter touchdown drive to tie the Sooners.

¶ In the South, a new...

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