The Kansas City Star from Kansas City, Missouri on October 17, 1965 · 147
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The Kansas City Star from Kansas City, Missouri · 147

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Sunday, October 17, 1965
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hrw- - v n- THE KANSAS CITY STAR, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1965 5 S g wwww-pwwys Tgr .&K o o , CAT IN A JAM Henry Howard of K-State hits the line of scrimmage and thats all as Nebraskas defense applies an effective clamp. Charlie Cottle (on his feet, left) puts a block on Mike Kennedy (69). Making the stop are Lynn Senkbeil (63) and Dick Czap (70). Huskers Maul K-State TV. U. Loses Only in Locker Room By (A Mmb M By Bill Richardson (A Member at The Star', Sports Staff) ANHATTAN, KAS. On their visit to the Kansas State stadium yesterday, the Nebraska football party exchanged $45 for 41 points. Two Cornhusker players, returning to the locker room, found they had been relieved of that much cash. Halfback Harry Wilson lost $40 and end Dennis Richnafsky had $5 stolen. Bat that was the only thing the Big Red from Lincoln lost, unless it was possible their No. 2 ranking in the Associated Press football poll. The Crimson horde played like nothing less than a No. 1 college power. Kansas State, battling determinedly against a superior foe, found die Huskers were deep in quality personnel and in ways to move the ball. N. U. Fires Ball K-State hoped it could stop our ground game, and for two-thirds of the game, it did, commented Coach Bob Dev-aney. They forced us to throw. When yon force this bountiful Nebraska team to do anything, it Usually backfires on you. It did on the Cats as the Huskers cranked out 13 of 25 completions for 184 yards. Added to 250 yards on the ground, the offense took on the aspect of being awesome. Nebraskas ability to pass opened the way for the running attack to go. The Huskers knew they would K-State-Nabraska Line-Ups KANSAS STATE END Matan, Nidiol, LEFT ducci. LEFT TACKLE-King. Alexander. LEFT GUAR D Beffa, Govne. CENTER Novosel, Nutter, Aubocbon, Stull. RIGHT GUAR D Wood ward, Klawlter, Patton. RIGHT TACKLE Salat, Langford. RIGHT END Grave, Rhodes, Perry, Pankratz. QUARTERBACK Ballard, Castillo, Grechus, Sinisi, Whita. LEFT .HALFBACK Borota. Howard, Murray. RIGHT HALFBACK Vrooman, L. Anderson, Cain, Strozier. Bolick. FULLBACK Cottle, Overton, Lankas, Kraft, J. Anderson. NEBRASKA LEFT END Jater, Casey. Patton. LEFT TACKLE C( Strohmyer, Narish. LEFT Coleman. CENTER Petersen, Murphy, Drum. RIGHT GUARD Osberg, Senkbeil, Meylan. RIGHT TACKLE Brown, Barnes, Taucher, Stith. RIGHT END White, Zimmer, Richnafsky. QUARTERBACK Duda, Wechholtz, Weber. Churchich, Poagemeyer. LEFT HALFBACK Tatman, Car-stem. RI&HT HALFBACK Wilson. V actor, Mueller. Gregory. FULLBACK Sollch. Kuehl, Johnson, Winters, Brunk, Janlk. Continued From Page lSi halfback with speed and everything else needed to be a great runner, and Duda were the only N. U; starters to score. Wilson blitzed over from the 11 for the first touchdown four seconds into the second period. Pete Tatman. No. 2 fullback operating at halfback, hustled over from the 1 in the second quarter and made it in from the 3 in the fourth. Duda sneaked across from the 1 in the second. The other two Nebraska 6-pointers- wore turned la by diaries Winters, a third-string fallback who goes like a regular. The 217-ponnd sophomore blitzed over from the 1 in the third, then dashed in from the 7 In the final stanza. .Kansas State, held to 72 yards rushing and 71 in the air, four times dented Huskerland, making its best threat late in the third. K-State Perks lTp But Barnes, who was credited with eight unassisted tackles, put the stop on Henry Howard with a third-and-4 at the Husk-eM 15. Howard picked up two yards. The Cats, trailing. 2M, heated up after the kickoff to fash ion the drive that started on the 3t. Charlie Cottle, hitting hard from his fullback spot, almost broke away on a shot around right end. But Larry Wachholtz, the Cornmens top-notch safety-man, made the save on the Cat 40 after a gain of 11. Cottle was flipped for a 2-yard loss on the first play of the sequence. Castillo sneaked for 8. then threw Into the fiat to Howard, who was stopped after a one-yard gain by Barnes. Howard moved to the 50. Then Castillo fired over center to Bob Nichols, who made a sensational, leaping catch amid a crowd of enemy on the 32. Cottle spun around the left flank to the 26, hit right guard for five more and first down on the 21. But Barnes and the other Huskers knocked the starch out of the push. Bob Ballard's lofty punting and the Wildcats coverage slowed Nebraska, which ran off 99 plays, 27 more than the victims. N. U. Uses Short Punt But one Ballard punt, a shorty, opened the door for one Nebraska T. D. The Huskers also rambled to scores after a fum ble recovery and pass interception. Speedy Lodis Rhodes often was the first man down with Ballards punts. And he made the tackles. In addition to Rhodes, Matan, linebackers Jim Grechus and Steve Overton, John Cairl was a terror on defense for K-State. Cairl, a 242-pounder, was moved to defense this week after working with the offense. Duda. at the Husker controls through the first half, completed eight of 15 passes for 103 yards and recorded 40 yards on eight carries. His running on the option was tough to handle. Wilson's 72 yards on 14 trips topped the list. Freeman White, a fluid end, and Solich, the lightning-fast fullback, were the leading N. U. receivers. White, often double-teamed, caught three for 33 yards. Solichs two catches went for 29. Rhodes was K-States leading catcher with three for 29 yards. Castillo, who did not enjoy the protection Duda and Churchich did, completed 3 of 15 tosses for 36 yards. Matt Sinisi accounted for 25 yards on 2-for-6. Soph Mike White had one completion for 10 yards. But he also com- RAIDERS RALLY TO BEAT (LS. U. In, Third Straight Game T axas T ech Comes From Behind Lubbock, Tex. (AP) For the third straight week, the Texas Tech Red Raiders turned defeat into victory as' they upended Oklahoma State, 17-14, last night. Alt America Donny Anderson, who opened the game with a 103-yard kickoff return, set up the winning touchdown with a 37-yard punt return to the O. S. D. 32. . . Four plays later, Tom Wilson 12 yards to Jeff White far too touchdown with 1:09 remaining. . Andersons kickoff return took over 14 seconds and not a hand was laid, on the senior as he down the middle of the field. However, Oklahoma State charged back to score twice and rub out the Tech lead and the CVwboys had the ball almost all of toe first half. Walt Garrison cracked over from the l-ysrd.line with 5:24 left in the first period, then the Cowboys took toe lead when Harry Chadwick intercepted a Wilson pass and ran it back 29 yards. ? Manama Stela 7 J axas Tach 7 S 717 Tati) Anaarson 1 toward kickoff return 06U3orrleo ana run (Durkaa kick) OSO Choacaoed J WM ln)er coot ion ,tSr i Tati) WMto II M kick) Attend once -?t lOO Wide Kicks Help Baker Win, 20-19 (Bv The Stars Own Service) Winfield, Kas. A pair of wide extra-point kicking attempts proved disastrous for Southwestern and its 19-point second-half surge fell short, 20-19, of Baker in a Kansas conference football game last night. Trailing 14-0 at the half. Southwestern roared back with a 12-point third period, only to have its two conversion tries wide of the uprights. Baker pushed across an early fourth-quarter touchdown to add insurance. Southwesterns final T. D. and extra point were to no avail. Another key play in the battle was Henry Perrys 26-yard touchdown run with a blocked Southwestern punt. Another blocked punt set up Bakers final T. D. Baker pushed its league mark to 4-1, compared to the Mound-builders 3-2 reading. First downs Rushing yardage Passing yardage Passes Southwestern Baker 6 14 133 191 38 54 7-14 5-10 ... 0 0 17 7---19 ...7 7 0 A 20 2 run (Roy Hum- southwestern . BAKER B Walter Pickett ahreys kick). B Henry Perry 26 run with blocked aunt (Roy Humahraya kick). S Mika Simmons I run (kick failed). S Mika Simmons 1 run (kick failed). B Lvle Chase 1 run (kick failed). S Don Reed 1 run (Billy Cox kick). RAMBLIN ROAD FIRST Chicago (AP) Ramblin Road caught toe front-stepping Killo-qua in the early stretch run and went on to win the $28,000 Mid-West handicap by three lengths at Hawthorne yesterday. Unbested was second and Killoqua took third in the O-furiong race. 'CATS SLAP S-M WEST Early 19-Point Load Propols Washington to 33-12 Triumph Washington built a 19-point first-half lead and went on to beat Shawnee-Mission West, 33-12, at the S-M district stadium last night. Dave Uzelac got the first two Wildcat tallies, and the third and fourth went to Garry Burgess, who galloped 140 yards on nine carries for the evening. West picked up 216 rushing yards in the second half and got several good gains on the passing of Bob Leever, but Washingtons ground game good for 353 yards over-all was too much for the Vikings. WASHINGTON t U 14 033 S-M. WEST 0 0 12 012 WDave Uzelac 16 run (kick failed). W Dave Uzelae 5 run (John Byrne k'w-Garv Burgess 64 run (kick failed). S-m W Bob Bridgemen 69 run (kick failed). ,, t W Gary Burgess 7 run (John Byrne W-Dennis Clauder 43 run (John Byrna kick). . . S-M W Dean Dawson 32 pass from Bob Leever (kick failed). JEWELL RUNNERS FIRST Parker Sparks Cross-County Trinmp Over Graceland William Jewell, led by Dave Parkers victory, defeated Graceland, 21-34, in a crosscountry' meet in Liberty yesterday. Parker, clocked in 15:53 over the 3-mile course, was followed by teammates, 13, BUI Stinson, Jerry Moss and Don Dessonnett to the tape. DO vou want repair work dona around tha house? Find reliable workers through tha Want Ads. pleted one to the Huskers Marv Mueller. Nebraska, stalled by the Cats on its first possession, slashed back on a 48-yard march that was stymied by a clipping penalty. Duda swept over from the 26, but the Ooramen were caught with the infraction. The Huskers didnt miss the next time as they maneuvered from their 37 to a T. D. Dudas slant-in pass to White pushed them to the 11, and Wilson did the rest on a move through a giant hole. Ballard's IB-yard kick set the stage for another Nebraska score. Ivan Zimmer, sophomore end, rushed Ballard into the desperate situation. Duda found Wilson for 1$ yards and Solich for 15 more. Then Tatman slanted in from the 1. Again Nebraska came back after a 40-yard Ballard kick to the Huskers 47. Dudas strike to Solich for 14 yards was the big gainer. Duda wedged in on third down from the 1. The Huskers cranked up again after a 53-yard, no-return Ballard boot. Rhodes nailed Wachholtz on the 15. The Huskers went the distance on 14 plays. Matan and Mike Beffa stopped Ben Gregory on the 1, but Winters dived over left guard for the T. D. John Strohmyer landed on a K-State fumble on the Huskers 47, and the invaders struck swiftly through the air. Churchich fired to White, and Mike Murray of K-State was tagged with an interference penalty. Churchich, throwing from the 3. found Larry Casey for a 23-yard completion to the 7. Chur-cdiichs pass sailed over Grego-rys head, and Gregory was stopped without a gain by Dan Woodward. Overton and Gre-chns. But Winters twisted through center for the touchdown. Mueller stole Whites pass on the K-State 30 and ran it back five yards on the first play after the kick-off. Wayne Weber, tile third Husker quarterback of the day, zipped around right end on the fourth play to the 3. Then Tatman socked over right tackle for the Huskers 40th point. Ted Vactor made it 41. COMPLETE COOLING SYSTEM SERVICE Radiators Heaters Gas Tanks ACME RADIATOR CO. M4 CmUTSAL K. C., K. DR 13 73 'JACKETS WHIP AUBURN Kings Passing Spurs Tech to 23-14 Victory Atlanta (AP) Jim King completed the first nine passes he threw and then broke away on a 31-yard touchdown run that started Georgia Tech to a 23-14 football victory over Auburn yesterday. Auburn 19 l 123 135 211 135 1734 13-17 2 3-54 3-34 2 1 0 40 .3 3 0 0 14 . 0 t 17 0-23 First downs Rushing y.rdooo Passing vardaga Passat . . Passes intercepted bv Punts , , Fumblts lost Yards penalized Auburn Georgia Tech Aub FG Ltwls 43 ,klrtr Tech Regers pass from Kings (kick felled) Tech King 31 run (Htm-v kick) Tecbaieidt57 pass Interception (Hen- rVAutvCemptoell 37 pass from Bowden (Bryan run) Attendance 50,164. 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K-State Offense Better Devaney said Kansas States offense, featuring the I-forma-tion, was better than what he had seen in previous game pictures. Walt Barnes, a 6-3, 252-pound defensive lineman, who, incidentally is considered a top pro prospect, . was impressed by K-States offensive leader, Castillo. Castillo gets up fast on passes, said Barnes, who admitted he worried too much about the outside rush while adjusting to the tackle position (he normally plays middle guard). Castillo didnt go all the way back to throw. If he had a little more height, hed be dangerous. The Huskers may have uncovered extra defensive help. They used Tony Jeter, normally an offensive end, on defense. Jeter liked it. Id like to play both ways all the time, he said. Devaney was impressed by Jeters work in the third and fonrth quarters. He came up with a couple of pretty good pass rushes. We may consider playing him on defense more often. Coach Doug Weaver of the Wildcats praised the Huskers. Weaver Lands Huskers Theres no question about how good Nebraska is. Its overpowering. Teams like that can cause you to make mistakes. Switching to his team, Doug added: Our offense was not clicking. At one time, there in the second half, we looked as well as we have all season. Were going to have an offense, but we must have a hot passing game. If it hadnt been for some miraculous catches, we wouldnt have completed any. Weaver praised the work of John Cairl, former offensive Nebraska-Kansas State Nebratka K-State 27 First downs Rushing yardaoe 250 Passing yardaoa 184 Passes 13-25 Passes Intercepted bv .... 1 Punts 7-33 Fumbles lost 0 Yards oenalized 45 NEBRASKA 0 ?1 KANSAS STATE D 0 NU Wilson 11 run (Wachholtz kirk) NU Tatman 1 run (Wachholtz zcfc) NU -Duda 1 run (Wachhaltz kirk) NU Winters 1 run (kick failed) NU Winters 7 run (Vactor kick) NU Tatman 3 run (Vactor kick) Attendance 20.000. r 72 71 6-23 0 10- 57 6 14-41 0 01 guard, who played defensive tackle. 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