Sport: Scoreboard, Oct. 24, 1960

¶ Unimpressive all season and steadily slipping in national ranking, Syracuse finally showed some of last year's championship style, came to life in the second half to salvage its unbeaten record and set back a stubborn Penn State team, 21-15.

¶ Still hobbled by the loss of injured Quarterback Charles Ravenel, Harvard hung on until the last few minutes before it was able to push over a touchdown, intercept a last-minute pass on its own 4-yd. line, to squeak past Columbia, 8-7. ¶ After a frustrating, fumble-filled game, Michigan's Wolverines got off a desperation fourth-quarter pass that caromed off a couple...

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