Sport: Scoreboard, Dec. 5, 1955

¶ After a so-so season, the University of Southern California Trojans made everything all right by scoring 21 points in the final quarter to upset favored Notre Dame 42-20. It was the first time U.S.C. had beaten the Irish since 1950, and the largest score they had run up in the 27-game-old rivalry.

¶ Texas Christian University's great junior halfback, Jim Swink, took three quarters to get started, then ran all over the massive Mustangs of S.M.U. to lead his team to a 20-13 victory and the Southwest Conference championship. ¶ Trying hard to...

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