The Kansas City Star from Kansas City, Missouri on November 26, 1965 · 26
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Friday, November 26, 1965
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Vn U V 4 s ' 1 v - -' r -r .- V - - V V . - i t " ' 9 - v gr w V ' D ' ' - . - v - t ;i tl f ff . I 2t THE KANSAS CITY STAR, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1965 Bob Devaney Says Huskers Are No. 1 GOING OUT IN STYLE Bob Devaney, Nebraska football coach, is carried out of the stadium on the shoulders of Nebraska players after the Huskers defeated Oklahoma, 21-9, yesterday to complete a perfect season (Wirephoto). K-State Comeback Hinges in Pino (Continued From Page 22) consistent outside shooters. Barnard was running as a starter until suffering a broken finger last week. George Could Help The junior college transfer is 5-11 Boh George, who came from Hutchison, Kas. George was in school at K-State last year hut was ineligible because he did not graduate from Hutchinson. A good outside shooter, George figures high in Winter's . plans. Up front. Winter feels he can go a couple of ways with his reserves. Because of his experience and size, the 6-10 Smith ' will spell Pino at timos, but Winter also is thinking in terms of. Roscoe Jackson as his reserve center. Winter smiles when he thinks ot the contrast the nimble 6-5 Jackson would present for opposing centers. Others who are prominent are 6-6 Jim Hoffmann, 6-3 Larry Weigel and 6-4 Galen Frick, another junior college transfer. Hoffmann, a 2-letter winner, is a strong rebounder, Weigel can do many things well and is pushing for a starting spot, and Frick has been impressive with his steadiness and versatility. After 'suffering an eye injury early this week, Weigels status is in doubt. The major disappointment thus far has been Mike Williams, a fluid 6-8 sophomore who has not yet displayed the competitiveness Winter de-: mands. With this kind of depth. Winter will be able to do a considerable amount of maneuvering without much subsequent loss of effectiveness. With this talent, he will be able to play a control game as well as a free-wheeling one. He could substitute by pla- Kansas Stale Roster Pliuer and Hometown Galen Frick, Durha Ian Gaskin, Derby, Kas. Roscoe Jackson, Roy Smith, Grandview, Mo Roy Teas, Manhattan, Kas Larry Weigel, Hays, Kas Mike Williams, Phoenix, Ariz Denotes number of letters won. Kansas State Schedule Site Date Opponent Dec. 1 Creighton Omaha Dec. 4 Tulsa Manhattan Dec. 10 St. Johns Lawrence Dec. 11 Maryland Manhattan Dec. 13 Indiana Bloomington Dec. 16 Texas Tech Manhattan Dec. 18 Stanford Manhattan Dec. 27-30 Pre-season tournament Kansas City Jan. 3 Missouri Columbia Jan. 8 Oklahoma State Stillwater Jan. 15 Nebraska Manhattan Jan. 22 Kansas Lawrence Jan. 29 Lovola of Chicago Chicago Feb. 5 Oklahoma Manhattan Feb. 7 Oklahoma State Manhattan Feb. 12 Colorado Boulder Feb. 14 Iowa State Manhattan Feb. 19 Colorado Manhattan Feb. 21 Missouri Manhattan Feb. 26 Oklahoma Norman Mar. 1 Nebraska Lincoln Mar. 5 Kansas . Manhattan Mar-. 7 Iowa State Ames Denotes conference games. Last Year's Results 94, CreqMon 82 I 74, K-SW 70 K-Sa 61, Southern Illinois 48 K-Sta 77. Lovoia of Chicago 67 Penn Stat aO. K-Sae 5 K-Sate 71, WaTqton 4 Wi'b nqton 71, K-Sarn 42 -$ 92. Oreqon 58 K-StV 75, Oklahoma 65 Kasa 54. K-Vate 5? K-SMa 90, Missouri 62 K-Stata 71 Oklahoma 69 Cnlnraoo 90. K SMt 77 Missouri ?0, K-Stafa 68 71 Kansas 61 Inaa 91, K-Vata 74 K staa 8? Iowa Stare 71 Nebraska 62. K-Stata 57 Okinoma Star 5?. K Star 49 Oklahoma 80 K-Stata 65 Kansas 84, K-StVe 66 K-SMa 65, Colorado 50 Oklahoma Staa 69. K State 60 Missouri 47. K-Stata 58 k Sfaa 70, Nebraska 67 Won 12. tost 13 -Morra qamas Nutrl sit toons, although he says he probably wont. But this should be an interesting Kansas State team, if nothing else. It has size, speed, experience, depth and competitiveness, although Winter must do a certain amount of juggling to come up with those ingredients. Big Front Line The size is imposing. The front line of Pino, Smith and Seyfert averages 6-10 and 240 pounds. The speed and quickness of Robinson and Jackson cannot be questioned. The experience of Berkholtz, Weigel. Barnard and Hoffmann is certain to be a steadying influence. The depth represented in a player of Paradiss ability is formidable. But its still a puzzle for Winter. The pieces have not yet fallen in place. For instance, hes not sure his big front line is his best at present, but he feels he Si. Louis Pushes tree at Home Spi To Six Straight St. Louis (API St. Louis posted its sixth straight home court National Basketball association victory last night as the Hawks withstood a fourth quarter rally by the San Francisco Warriors. The Hawks pulled out the verdict, 119-113, in the only N. B. A. game played. Guv Rodgers led the Warrior uprising that almost caught the Hawks. San Francisco came from 21 points down early in the third period to within three halfway through the fourth stanza. Rodgers scored 37 points. T h e v were unbelievable shots, Richie Guerin, Hawk player-coach, said. They were poor percentage shots and the kind we would have liked them to shoot but they just went in. Guerin said he didnt think the rally was a reflection on the Hawks. He just thought the shots w ere unbelievable. j Guerin added 18 points to the , Hawk attack as did Bill Bridges, j Len Wilkens led St. Louis scor- ers with 29. has to give It every chance because of its unusual potential. Says Winter: If we can have a little patience, and give these guys a crack at it, give them a chance to play together for a period of time for the next several weeks, and if they blossom, then we have a chance to have a great ball club. But thats a big if. We dont know that theyre going to blossom at all. But when you consider that those guys on that front line average 6-10 and 240 pounds, then youd feel at least pretty secure about going against any ball club in the country. If Nick Pino develops rapidly enough to be a factor, and if we can stay with the big front line, then I think we can be real good. Even though we are big, were young and inexperienced, and it would appear to me that we have too many problems to resolve to be considered too serious a threat for the championship . . . A pause . . . . .this season . . Another pause . . . . . but look out for next year. Lincoln, Neb. (AP) Nebraskas immensely talented team has given Bob Devaney his first perfect season in college football, and the nations winningest coach made it clear he considers his team No. 1, no matter how the national poll voting goes. This is the high point of my career, he said Thanksgiving day after his Big Eight champions rallied to whip stubborn Oklahoma, 21-9, before 52,865 and a national television audience. The normally unemotional Huskers tossed Devaney and his assistants under the showers. This is the best team weve ever had and these boys are as good as anybody, Devaney said. The 1963 team (10-1, Orange bowl, Big Eight champions) was good but it lost one. This years team maintained its poise in tough situations. Depth Is Better It has better personnel, more talent, more depth and its more explosive. Many times its harder to win 10 when everybody expects it than when you sneak up on it. Nebraska locked up its first perfect season since 1915 and will take a 10-0 record against once-beaten Alabama in the Orange bowl. Devaney thinks this one may be the best of all the bowl games this season. Just look at Alabamas great bowl record, he said. Devaneys 73-15-5 record for an .812 percentage leads the nations active college coaches. He is 38-5 at Nebraska with four bowl teams and three straight Big Eight crowns. At Wyoming his record was 35-10-5. Jim Ross still on Staff I havent had an undefeated team since 1946 at Alpena, Mich., high school, he said. Jim Ross (Husker assistant) was with me then, too. I dont remember if they threw me in the shower. Thats a long time ago. Hauback Harry (Light Horse) Wilson led the way with a great 66-yard touchdown run and raced befiind the secondary for a 38-yard T. D. pass from Bob Churchich, both in the third quarter. The Huskers gained revenge for Oklahomas season-ending 17-7 upset last year that spoiled a perfect record. But they had to do it the hard way. The fired-up Sooners hit hard, blocked a punt and pounced on three fumbles for a 9-0 lead. Charlie (Choo Choo) Winters made it 9-7 at halftime with a 29-yard T. D. blast, running over two men. Wilson Is Praised Wilson was the outstanding player on the field, Devaney 'USINtSS IS SINS AT ANDY KL1IN" Groat Deal! i Groat ( nr! A Great, Guy! ? see : HUFFMAN WALKER 5 CLOSEOUT DEALS 2 ON 1965s 5 z For The Best Deal S 371th A t Hwv., Ovarian Park, Ka. ! Nl. 2-5050 Open Nitas "1USINISS IS SINK AT ANDY KLIIN" SAN FRANCISCO ST. 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Seal belts. BP1803. CHRYSLER 2-Dr. Hdtp. 1965 Few Miles 2595 Radio, heater, automatic. Power steering, and many other extras. Stock - C 1904. powsr brakes, white sidewall tires FURY III 2 Dr. Hdtp. 1965 Few Miles $ 2195 Factory air condition, automatic, radio, heater, vinyl lights, clock, os mirror. Many ether extras. RP1I05. reef, vinyl intarior, backup THE ABOVE PRICES INCLUDE ALL DELIVERY FREIGHT & HANDLING CHARGES OVER 300 MORE SIMILAR BARGAINS TO CHOOSE FROM AT $TTE$ C325 TR00ST CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH-VAUANT said. The 196-pound junior from Steubenville, O., showed great speed, power and balance on the sweep play for the go-ahead touchdown. He finished with 160 yards on 19 trips. Walt Barnes, all-America candidate at defensive tackle, and middle guard Wayne Meylan were standouts on the defensive unit, which drew high praise. There were many others. When Fred Duda got off to a shaky start Devaney had only to call on Churchich, the 1964 league passing champion while Duda was hurt. Husker fans have sent Devaney thousands of lucky pennies the last three seasons, but the coach doesnt believe in luck. He said: TTieyre lucky only if you have a lot of good kids playing for you. Earlham Moves To Final Berth In Soccer Two goals by Steve Worth put Earlham (Ind.) college in the final of the N. A. I. A. soccer championship a s Earlham blanked Lincoln (Pa.), 2-0, in this mornings semifinal match at OHara stadium. Trenton (N. J.) State plays Quinnipiac (Conn.) college this afternoon. Worth scored mid-way through the first period and then again with about two minutes left in the contest. The winners, working carefully for shots, launched only 12-most of them in close. Lincoln got off 16 shots, but mostly from long range. Bowl Picture By Th Associated Prill Tomorrow Mineral Water Bowl, Excelsior Springs, Mo. North Dakota vs. Northern Illinois. Dec. 11 Tangerine Bowl, Orlando, Fla. Maine vs. East Carolina. Pecan Bowl, Abilene. Tex. North Dakota State vs. Undecided. Camella Bowl, Sacramento, Calif.Los Angeles State vs. California Santa Bar-bar. Junior Rose Bowl, Pasadena, Calif Fullerton Junior vs. Henderson Countv Junior, Dec. It Liberty Bowl, Memphis, Tenn. Auburn vs. Mississippi. Dec. 31 Bluebonnet Bowl, Houston, Tex. Tennessee vs. Tulsa. Gator Bowl. Jacksonvltle, Fla. Georgia Tech vs. Texas Tech. Sun Bowl, El Paso, Tex. Undecided. Jan. 1 Rose Bowl, Pasadena, Calif. UCLA vs. Mlchioan State. Cotton Bowl, Dallas Arkansas vs. Louisiana State. Orange Bowl, Miami, Fla. Nebraska vs. Alabama BILLS GET PURDUE PICK Sugar Bowl, New Orleans, La. Missouri vs. Florida. Charli King, Choico in '64, Signs With Buffalo Buffalo (AP) Charlie King, Purdue defensive back from Alliance, O., who was picked as a future draft choice last year, has been signed by the Buffalo Bills, the American Football league team announced yesterday. The 6-foot, 188-pound King will be assigned defensive back or flanker back duties with the Bills next season. TABLE TENNIS TEAM TOURS The Kansas City Table Tennis association is sending three of its members to Detroit today to participate in the 1965 Interna-1 tional Table Tennis Team cham-1 FEBEE . . . win a Fabulous Miaaii Woakaud for - two. Includes TWA Saparjat. Hotel Accommada-tioa and 5100.00 Speeding Monay. Hundreds of Other Prizes. Register Today at your STORE Dial BA 1-5500 to place your Star Want Ads. Save 5 cents a ads for 3 or more consecutive! -.- i line each day by placing the j Pionship. The marathon plaj-off , TWA, Afrmvd 01 days. Adv. is expected to take two days. You dont have to be a bom rebel to enjoy driving a Corvair. But, on the other hand, we dont have any high hopes of winning you over unless you like to do and own unusual things. This is no usual car. Its the only one built in this country with the engine in the rear. And if thats more of a departure than you care to make, its a pity. Because how else are you to know the delights of a car that steers with Corvairs agility? (Less weight on the front wheels.) Or grips the road even in snow, slush or mud with Corvairs sure-footed traction? (More weight on the back wheels.) With the exception of Corvette, Corvair is the only American car with the even-keel ride of four-wheel independent suspension. (And to go through life without feeling what this does to an S-curve would be a pity, indeed.) Corvair even economizes in unusual ways. (Its air-cooled engine, for instance, never needs antifreeze.) So if theres a flicker of the nonconformist in you, you really shouldnt put off getting down to your Chevrolet dealers any longer. After all, there are one and a half million Corvair enthusiasts out there on the road already. If you wait much longer, it may look like youre just following the crowd. Sedan New Standard Safety and Convenience Features. Seat belts, front and rear Padded instrument panel and sun visors Outside rearview mirror (always use it before passing) e Shatter-resistant inside rearview mirror Windshield washers Two-speed electric wipers for better visibility in heavy rain or snow Back-up lights. Plus these you can add: Traffic Hazard Warning System (flashes both front and rear turn signals as a warning in emergencies) Positraction Rear Axle (for better traction in snow, mud, gravel and sand) 9, ft Corvair by Chevrolet i r 6ee t&s net? 66 CLsmlet, CheYeUe Chevy n, Corvair apd Corvette at your dealers ! J

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