Sport: Scoreboard, Oct. 11, 1954

¶ At South Bend, Ind., Len Dawson, a 19-year-old Purdue sophomore, fired four touchdown passes for a total of 156 yards, as the Boilermakers beat highly favored Notre Dame, 27-14. The upset, which ended Notre Dame's unbeaten streak of 13 games, was a repeat performance; in 1950 Purdue won 28-14, after the Irish had survived 39 straight. Other notable results: Army bounced back from last week's whipping by South Carolina, overran the Michigan Wolverines, 26-7; U.C.L.A.'s single-wing overpowered Maryland's split-T, 12-7.

¶ In Sofia. Bulgaria, after breezing through the early rounds of an East European tournament, a team of undefeated Polish pugilists...

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