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2 R TIIE KANSAS CITY STAR, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1962. BADGERS BAG BIG 1 0 FLAG Two Big Penalties in Closing Minutes Propel Wisconsin in 80-Yard Scoring Drive That Puts Skids Under Minnesota, 14-9, as 65,514 Look On. TO ROSE BOWL iiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii) When Conference Says Ye, No. 3 Power Will Square Off Against U. S. C. Madison. Wis. (AP) Rose bowl-hound Wisconsin captured the Big Ten football championship yester-j day by edging Minnesota..1 11-9. on an 80-vard touch-! down march helped by twoj 15-yard penalties in the J closing minutes. ! The Badgers, ranked No. 3. in the nation, completed the.ir f nest season since 1912 by earn-: mg their eighth victory in nine games in dramatic fashion be-, fore a crowd of 65.514 at Camp Bandall stadium. The University of Wisconsin was named officially last night as the Rig Ten representative in the Ro-e Bowl game in Pasadena. Cal.f.. New Year's day aga nt Southern California. The Badgers capitalized on a tVvard penalty for a personal font on a play in which a Minnesota pass interception was nullified. The Gophers then were penalized another 13 yards for unsportsmanlike conduct because of words from the bench. The two infractions against the Gophers gave Wisconsin a f;rt down on the Minnesota 13. I.ou Holland raced to the 9 and quarterback Ron YanderKelen skirted left end on an option play for a first down on the 2. Sophomore Ralph Kurek then hit right guard for a touchdown uch 1:37 left. Penalties plagued the Badgers after the ensuing kickoff and the Gophers moved from their t to a first down on the Wisconsin It with 1:09 remaining. However, Jim Nettles ended the threat by picking off a Duane F.a'ka pass n the end zone. Sporting,1 Comment iiiiniiiiiiiiniiiniiir VS tW. T r a - " r - C - ' I i A '"'M t4 'S r s s Buries Romp As Full Intel; Docs Big Job v . I 'o, umbus, O , i AP i h U'iback lt., p Fran us wound up his col Vgiate football career in star-sparged fashion yesterday as! State overwhelmed Michi-1 gan, 25 0. ,n a televised Western! conference content. j T.ne Columbus horn senior who: caned the hall only five times a-t year as all-Vnrr.ca B.h Fcguson's tinier-ru'ly, out-, ga red toe cni.ie Wolverine tun j n og and pac-mg orps as he a'e ur '.no vards n H arnes. s. orrv! t-vo t.' i.-hdowns and set! i : an. t.uer te :i a r I r : p en he .. t up was on a ,n on wbu h re fell of i isis n on the 6v.ini nand hemg put : -e vi t.nout a n-m Francs s'.m.si his heroics nr.y as he earned eight j suaghl times to take the ball j o .m ris own t.: into tne end, 7.me n tne pro pernd. i row i of 82.11 w itnes-ed I the game, hunting the 6 game j total to 4,:i,r:o -- t.ne ninth, ''-a:gh year Ohio h ts averaged, more than 80. ''On ;er game - .Mr - C - -vr U - V -"I, A C N R 1 - ,o GIANT UPSET BY ILLINOIS. Michigan State, 3 T. D. Favorite, Loses, 7-6. Champaign. 111. i AP ' Illinois turned .n the second quarter after recovering a fumble and hung on yesterday for a 7 6 upset of Micntgan State. The victory was the Film's second in 19 games and kept mem out of the Peg Ten cellar. By Ernest Mchl. (Tr $r Scor Editor ) ORMAN, OKLA. After the Oklahoma Sooners had assured themselves of a trip to the Orange bowl they did the proper thing: They hoisted their coach, Bud Wilkinson, on their shoulders. Whatever he felt in his heart. Bud's rival coach. Bob Devancy of the Nebraska Cornhuskcrs. stepped up close enough to the procession to be heard. "You deserve that ride. Bud. he grinned. It had to he a forced grin because m the Nebraska clubhouse a lot of healthy, physically sound but tired Huskers were in tears. Thnntler Thornton Speaks Up. The silence for a while was so profound a visitor hesitated to interrupt it but Thunder Thornton, Nebraska's fine fullback, finally made the venture. "Well. he said, "Let's forget about this one and think about next year. It was a welcome suggestion. The season was over, one of the finest in Nebraska's history and a tribute to its new coach. Fight victories and two defeats is profit in anybody's hook, but right at this moment the Huskers could think only of what had happened on the field here. "That's a real Rood team, this Oklahoma, praised Thornton. They've got a real good line and some good backs. We came down here to win but they caught us with some surprise passes. Monte Deere in for Praise. To Coach Devancy the play of the Sooner Quarterback, Monte Deere, was excellent and his sentiment was echoed by the big Husker guard, Robert Brown, a 259-pounder. "I like that quarterback." Bob stopped to say while on his way to the showers. "He was a darn good little guy. What is he? A junior? Senior? He reminds me a lot of Johnnv Hadl on ttat option play he used. He runs that option well. O most of the Huskers the Sooners won with surprise passes. They got the jump with the blocking of the punt, but that was attributed to aggressive defensive work. What they said was unbegrudging even though one of them. Denis Stuewe, admitted he was half-stunned with the result. He wouldnt have believed this could have happened. But in the Oklahoma dressing room, as might he expected the atmosphere was altogether different. There wax Coach Wilkinson, admitting he still was nervous, and his athletes who had only good words to say about the Huskers. They, too. agreed it was their success in throwing the hall which made the difference in the game. "We couldn't have scored nearly that many points on the ground. the co-captain. Wayne Lee, said "they're too hig and strong." Had the Sooners planned on that much passing? There was no alternative, Wilkinson said. Early in the game it was obvious that the Nebraska line would not yield too much if the Sooners remained on the ground. Aehraska's Passes ('tune (Tttse. "I was looking for a real fine Nebraska pacing attack. Bud added, "and when it didn't show in the first half I felt pretty sure we would see it in the second half. And to some extent we did. They had so many men open and either misses! them by half a step or the receivers droped the hall. The interview finally was hioken up hv a shout from one of the Sooners. "Here we go. hoys, to the Orange howl. That brought a barrage of oranges flying across the locker room and a hastv glance at the colorful hrochures the orange howl committeemen were passing out. fine game -till to go -that with Oklahoma State -hut there wa-nt even a mention of it. The Sooners already have the Big Eight conference title ttn ked away and no misgivings about next Saturday's affair at Stilwater. F the 611.000 in the stadium here about LOW were from Nebraska. A special train out of Lincoln carried 2,500, many more drove nr flew. One group of nurses, taking turns hehind the wheel, drove all n'ght in order to arrive here m time for the game . . . t laritlge I ttrgets Ill's Lenses. Dennis Claridge, the Nebraska quarterback, discovered, when the Sooner plane arrived here Friday, that he had left his contact lens in Lincoln Without glasses he would have been helpless throwing. A call wont out to his father and when the special tram arrived tho son got the lens. Mah.im.i writers were in the press box to get a comparison of the Sooners and Bear Bryant's team. Another pres box guest was To!. Farl Blaik. the former West Point co.ii h who writes the wecklv football features which have hern carried hy The Star. "I came here to see what should he quite a game. he remarked. Had the Huskers won a meeting of the Orange howl committee would have been held over the weekend and a decision announced tomorrow. Stumers Were Popular C.hoiee. Nebraskas only chance was to have scored a decisive victory over the Sooners, who aie the ones the Orange bowl group most wanted. For once there was hardly any wind at all It was measured at five miles from the north when the game began but the pennants hardly waved And the temperature was fil. In the matter of tackles made Melvin Sandersfcld and Wayne Lee led the Sooners with six oar h, while Dwam (arisen. I. any Donovan and Gary Toognod carh had five for the llii-krrs. Traci; Coalition Report Due. P V 4 n, Vt C 1 V?' . P M ' fr M.W S . k ; .-'j .. T: I n . n '.! V i ' IK 5 y - - T V - f ' , V3 . , Z'S ,- ' i y -S' 4 , Ktf , . M m ' ; 's v .. : I- THIS (INK'S INCOMPLETE Hie hard Rader. Northern Illinois end. missed this pass from George Bork. quarterback, in the first quarter of the Mineral Mater bowl game at Excelsior Springs. Mo. Rich Vivoda, Adams State halfback, closes in to break up the plav. flDflWIS STATE IN RALLY Northern Illinois Bows in Mineral Water Bowl, 23-20, as Dave Ochoa Boots Payoff 42-Yard Field Goal With 1:53 Left. ALL TOUCHDOWNS ON AERIALS Bork Connects for Three 6-Pointers for Losers, Who Own 20-0 Advantage in Third Quarter Crowd of 4,000 Watches. By William E. Richardson. I A '.rmfi" - T I Nft', f Adams St nit of Color ndo scored on n 42-yard field goal with li.Yt to play last night to write a come-ftom-bchind. 2J-2H victory over Northern Illinois in the Mineral Water howl in Excelsior Springs. A crowd of about 4.000 - - - - snu the Indians, lr a. lins ! NATS RUFFLE NEW YORK. 20-0 in the third uuai let. KnicWs' Winning Streak Ends pull out Ihe victory whenj n 137-126 Satback. Pave Ochoa hooted the hall I Syracuse, N. Y. APThe over the c rossbar. ! syraeue Nationals snapped the 'New 5'ik Knickerbockers Sooners' Passes Rout N. U. Continued From Page IB ) John Porterfield, who pulled in the ball over the head of a Husker defender. The first ot two third-quarter touchdowns had the crowd gasping. The Sooner began this drive on their 23. Deere heaved a 40-yard pass to Flynn, who was running down the sideline and reached up to take the ball over his shoulder before step-j ping out of bounds on the Ne-j braska 24. The next play wasi a duplicate except that this time1 it was Porterfield, alone in the end rone, who took the same sort of pass. Minutes later the Sooners began on their 45. were temporarily cheeked by a clipping ers even though it was too late penalty but reached the Nehras- .Claridge got off a 20 yard pass r. to end Bill Com'tock to tbe Oklahoma 35. one to Mike Eger for seven and then, from the 11 -yard line, a toss to Eger for the score. The Huskers tried for two points on a pass but missed. Reserves Score on Pass. The fourth period was one of those the players were impatient i to have end but bclore its enn-clusion the Oklahoma third ! stringers hurled the final insult, j Norman Smitn, whose name . - nt appear in the 3-dp ka 26 from whore Deere firvd line-ups, fired 14 yards in the fourth quarter to me right half, Gary Wvhe. and that made the ST. LOUIS BEST IN SOCCER Third N. C. A. A. Title Gained in 4-3 Match. St. Louis (AP) St. Louis university won its third N. C. A. A. soccer championship in four years yesterday by defeating j the University of Maryland, 4-3, in a thrill-packed game before 6,149 fans. Joe Henncssys head shot at 16:20 of the final period did the trick. St. Louis, winners of the national title in 1959 and I960, took a 2-0 lead in the first period, then Maryland came back with three straight goals to march off the field with a 3 2 lead at half time. That fourth score brought ! f.r0,e 34, 5 K0n. P'Y some retaliation from the Husk-rbk had U'l ' T. D. tna: was called back for ilk-gal proceduie. The impression was that Nebraska might have been too I keyed up for this one. but what-cver their mental state it pron- ably could have made no oJ-;?crence. The better team won and so convincingly that not even the considerable number , of Nebraskan here for the affair could thir.k of anything to sav. Jnliant-on. I.i-lou Talk of l ighting. Geneva, Switzerland (AT Ingemar Johansson, former world's heavywe.ght champion, said yesterday he was ready to fight champion Sonny Liston in the United States if the rules are fair. Johansson was commenting on news reports quoting Liston as having said he would l.ke to meet Ingo but not m Europe because they have funny rules there. Ingo said this was the firt lime Liston publicly offered to fight him. WORLDS FINEST PIPES outwit. cowor SAiltl rifts & LISHTISS KtfAIttD IV . QanA&C&L j im VOyJ one nr the other of the two or- AM six touchdowns in the gam came on parses. Gcotge Pork of Northern Illinois, the national all time passing record, holder, threw three T. D. passes. Two went to Hugh Rohr-i schncidcr for 21 and 69 yards, and he also pitched one to Jack Dean for a fi-yard seme. For the Indians Rob Hidalgo connected with Mike Rtuz for to yards and Leon Riddle for seven yards, both in the third quarter. In the fourth qua! ter he tossed n Dave Karim for a 7 ardor and touchdown Ochoa's kick was blocked and that left the seme tied. 2 20. with eight minutes an 1 -I seconds to go in the game. Then Adams Mate drove from its own 36 to the Northern Illinois 25 wheie. on fourth down. Oi hna k is ked his field goal fmm the 32. The hall was at angle to the right of the goal. Hidalgo was chosen Ihe out-1 standing hack of the game: Rohrsc hneider the outstanding linesman ancl Jim Fd w arils, i dams State middle linebacker1 from Columbia. Mo., was chosen the outstanding tackier. i Bork this year established himself in the recnid hook for most pass a'tempts, pass com pletions. passing yardage and accuracy. Hidalgo stayed right with him, however, in this game, with w inning streak at three last night with a 137 126 victory in a bruising National Basketball associa lion game in which five players were hanished on (H-rsonal fouls. S O A - F & r i K F .V O A 31 hv'. t fr ; ft f '.S , - I "t '? "V i S fs 5 ' 4 s I 4. c e ' e 4 A A S 4 I ft '" .. r 4-v.v i i' 1 4 J, C H SA 11 4 t ( Sr St A ' V r'i , e a (' 4 T. C SCfTfS P Sc-t't . R 4 A J ' I 4r-V I Pt ( j j , ,ev ' Hi q e S ..r S ic ' i .. ' f A Bull ' , 4 O'cen t 7 Ft yc'J'vrvvcr'k 4 rr ' e iv f -rr- U j. S ' American track and field will he announced Friday, a reliable source disclosed here . sidered it yesterday. i The U. S. Amateur Athletic ; Union and the National Collegi-I ate Athletic association reached; an agreement November 13 os ' tensihly nding their two and a half years fight for control of track and field Since the agreement there have been reports from various sources claiming victory for' ganizatioas, although Col. Don- j Ochoa also hurling passes for aid F. Hull, executive director (the Indians. The tremendous of the A A. U , stated he con !PassinK exhibition seemed to a Crest victory forlP,MS' llw at lh' lhr BEATY PICKS UP HAWKS. Late Shot Puvhe St. Louis by Celts, 97-95. St. Louis P i -Rookie Zclmo Beaty's layup basket with 24 seconds left to play i linched the St. lyouis Hawks 97-95 victory over the Boston Celtics last night in their National Basketball association game. RSSTCS (.OuAtf 4 sav1 rr Dsf K C C $ Pjur: (tAOpf'S t OvP ( 1 the crowd at this , ninth game in the college series , the athletes. I of the Mineral Water howl. i In connection with selection I Adams State, champion of the 1 of Olympic roaches and ath-! Faculty Athletic conference fin T T? letes. the source said this task remained the joh of the United isliod with a 9-1 won and lost record. It was Northern's sce- States Olympic track and field ond loss irJ I 10 rthern ' , , 1 is a member of the Interstate committee, composed of nine ' intereoMegiate Athlet.e members each from the N. C. A. A., and the A. A. U.. plus four from the armed forces. Ben Hogan Praises Big Red. N ORMAN, OKLV (Ari I was introduced to players by-Oklahoma Coach Bud Wilkinson Wilkinson, smiling Oranges, symbolic of the area broadly after his Rig! where the Sooners will display Fight champion Sooners smashed Nehra.-ka and w - another trip to the Orange bowl, ralmly told his players he had someone he warned them to m ee . Then he introduced another great i ompetitor Ben Hogan their talents New Year's day. were tossed around the dressing room. They had been distributed by Orange bowl committeemen Ren Benjamin and Jim Llwellyn. "We think we have another fine Oklahoma team. Benjamin son's wrap-up encounter against Oklahoma Slate Saturday. One of the happiest Sooners was Monte Deere, quarterback. "Roy, this really has been a great day, he said. "Nebraska is a fine team and I believe I got hit harder than ever before. he added. "We thought we could pass on them and also fig d we coiud cnee. rss.ifig vArflAO PiN M iPrr hv Ptih'v Pl'Th'M IfMt VA',CJ4. A rA V s SOPTHEPN N fir: Bnrk 'krk D-nrlArJ Dfdh, A PA'-N AeArri 4 ) 44 ) 3 40 0 0 14 0 '7 4 P4U ftSrN ST LQoiS 7"'CA V'OM HHvl-Cfh 4 Hf'hiorn K St I iNc I. F Arrnr A krP( 4 rprsooAl FchjI.- Breton. Couw T hav 'ek i h S K C 4 tHvf1 4 BjmveY ?, . SAHhc , 4 lrnj,s Rionbill Aaav 4 4 confer-1 HUSKIE POWER TOO MUCH but Campbell Hai Big Day Cougars Fall, 26-21. Spokane. Wash. (AP)-; brute power of the Washington Huskies pulled out a 26-21 foot-ft.ij ball victory yesterday over the '. Cougars of Washington State : despite an amazing display of N - Pqhricbftpiqpz r45 (rotm poii j TCCCIV illR bv llu&h CSHlp PM( from POrC ; h4I! mil A - Pi. i 10 r,t fmm H HAiqiN opa I4 V. OUJidr tnu. a r.ma f --'m h44 or i Duk Donovan, a 20 pa mo win 7. --v e.-ir,n . ..,ner for the Cleveland Iniians fc'Dc r-i A - fT. Oe hpa 4 4 time National Open golf cham p en : remarks "You know. I've been telling 1 plause. you hos that to win you havel Wilkinson had little to say to practice hard and eoncen-j about the game and was re-trate. and here's the fellow who luctant to talk about the possf- told the players who greeted the; use the trap on them and then is a perfect example. The rowdy jubilance in the Formers' dressing room suddenly turned into calm silence as lEgan praised the team and bility of Oklahoma meeting Ala bama In the post-season game. "We itlll have another game and thats what rountx. W ilkin-$on said, referring to the sea- hit hard up the middle. Thats what happened. 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