The Lincoln Star from Lincoln, Nebraska on November 5, 1950 · Page 16
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l - B LINCOLN SUNDAY JOI RWL AM) STAR i Mav Be, Wrong By Walt Dobbin Going into the final stretch, except for the various bowl games that come during the holidays, King Football still offers some top attractions this week end in the form of traditional contests, renewed rivalries and battles tinged with an intersec - tional flavor. Here at home Coach Bill Glassford's Cornhuskers will he hosts to Ralph Graham's Kansas State Wildcats in a loop battle that usually develops Into a torrid contest before the final gun. Altho the Ifuskers will be top heavy favorites, the Manhattan eleven steams up for Scarlet and often makes it a rare gridiron treat. Last fell at Manhattan Ron Clark's 100 yard opening kickoff return took the heart out of the Cats but Nt was barely able to squeeze out a 13 to 6 triumph. Elsewhere in the conference the fans will be looking down Lawrence, Kas., way where Jules Verne Sikes Kansas Jayhawkrrs Will be entertaining highly regarded Oklahoma U, the loop's defending champions. Colorado takes on Missouri at Columbia and Iowa State meets an ancient Hawkeye state rival in the Bulldogs from Drake. In the Big Ten there will be action on all fronts with the Wisconsin - Ohio State tussle ' probably commanding the most attention. Indiana travels to Ann Arbor for a skirmish ' with the once mightiy Wol - . verines and Iowa takes on the lighting Iilini at Iowa City. Dernie Bierman's not so powerful Gophers will be underdoes again, this time against Biggie Munn'i Michigan's Staters at East Lansing. Over at Lafayette I'urdue is (dated for an interesting contest with Northwestern. In the east the fans will be flocking to the Harvard - Princeton tussle pt Princeton and at Baltimore the Tulane Green Wave will take on Navy. The Colgate - Cornell scrimmage is always an interesting affair and there is nothing wrong with the slate that brings Columbia to Hanover to meet Dartmouth. Clemson faces Boston College and Boston U tackles the NYU Violets. Some of the other top games in that sector include the Brown - Penn tilt at Philadelphia end the Bucknell - Temple affair, also booked for the Quaker City. Down a little farther south all eye will be on the Wake I - orest - Duke battle at Durham and the Maryland - North Carolina scrap at Chapel Hill. Probably of leaser Importance are the So. Carolina - Citadel. William and Mary. Virginia games and West Vir - , ginia's annual clash with I'rnn State. And lest we forget, in Yankee territory, if you please, Notre Dame will be host to Pitt and Marquette to Holy Cross at South Bend and Milwaukee, respectively. Top attraction on the Pacific satiox wt:.. INSURED RECAPS Guaranteed in Writing 800x1 G F. Price Guaranteed 10 Months or 10,000 lilies Low Pressure Caps a Specialty Come in or call and get the facts about the ration wide guarantee card given with every u. - cd tire or leap. We welcome your inquiries. OK it your guarantee iht hrt in rapt. T. O. HAAS 113 R 21678 iith A C mjtittker Hay, t;4? 12 & P Sfs. As illustrated, of Pacific Mills hatin with genuine Mouton collar. Wool quilted rayon lining, fiood Hrctiun of rotor. All nixes, (tegular 1 16.0 5. f or Monday only MB5 8lsH&jSEji U Hassle Cancelled For This Week Promoter Adam Kreiger has announced that there will be no rassle program on Tuesday due to the cementing of the floor of the 4 - H building at the fairgrounds. Kreigcr so id the rassles will resume on Nov. 14 with a card of girl rasslers. Navv Makes Irish Work !ln 19 - 10 Win CLEVELAND. (UP). Out of the despair of one of their bleakest s - ensons, Notre Dame and glory Saturday became working partners again at wind - swept Municipal stadium where the Fighting Irish rose in their best tradition and twice came from behind to sock down high - pitched but luckless Navy, 19 - 10. Beaten three times by Purdue, Indiana, and Michigan State, the Iii.h were not to be denied as 71.074 rain drenched fans cheered them on. ALL - AMERICA Quarterback Bob Williams. Notre Dame's "passing fancy" came thru with two touchdown passes with a wet ball on the rain soaked field to c.irect the forces to victory. The battle was bitterly waged all the way as both teams fought to salvage something out of their poor seasons, and it erupted into a fist fight before the final gun. With the score 1() to 7 against them, the fired - up Irish put on a 78 yard march to a touchdown early in the third period to go ahead for the first time. Williams threw three passes m the down - field parade, wafting the last one to End Chester Ostrowski in the end zone on fourth down from the 12 yard line. Spartans Win jDcspitcSnow Bv 35 to 0 EAST LANSING, Mich. (JP), I Snow, cold, mud. and Michigan lius were too much for Indiana's Hoosiers here Saturday, and they were thrashed by the Michigan State college Spartans, 35 - 0. Grandeiius, a roaring terror thru tackle and around end, scored three of the Spartans' five touchdowns. He rolled to more than 180 vards in 25 tries. THE HOOSiKRS, with the passing arm of Lou D Achilie shackled by the wet and cold, fumbled away what few chances they had. An alert, hard - hitting Michigan State line again and again proved their undoing. Michigan State's other tourhdowns were scored bv Le Roy Crane and defensive Fullback Ed Tiinmcrman, the last on a 60 - yard return of a pass interception with 46 seconds remaining. Timmerman recovered tuo key Indiana fumbles. The statistics showed that Indiana fumbled eight tunes and Michigan State recovered six. The Spartans lost only three of eight with the ball slippery and wet. Michigan Statu atao had four pass interceptions. Coast will be the U.C.L.A. seriin - with Pappy Waldori's Berkeley Heats, Next in line are the Stanford - Washington State and Oregon - Washington U battles. The Wyoming Cowboys wlio are "loaded" this season, travel to nearby Provo, Utah for their annual scuffle with Brigham Voting. Saturday wilt be a big day r1! over the country with conference titles u stike in nearly tnciy sector. Havlor Surprises Texas Christian FORT WORTH. Tex. (1NS. Baylor's up - and - coming football team flashed a surprising running .mack to defeat Texas Christian. :!0 - 14, in a Southwest conference foot bail game Saturday at pott Worth. The Bears, who formerly relied chiefj.v on the .;svin.'; iu.il of Lurry isUM. ground out 300 yards with running plays, and added another 84 thru the air. The win gave Baylor a conference record of two wins and one dt feat. Across from Nebraska Theatre 1 USINESS Special For MONDAY ONLY! Fur Collared SURF COATS $16.95 Value S Q 49 m Sizes 1950 The Firing Line By Norris Anderson THERE was something un - earthly gentle about the sky at Lawrence. It was like an indelible memory of four years ago. So softly azure was the overhead, so piercing bright was the sun, you forgot about the harsh doings on the field in the first seven minutes. Kansas led after that short span, 12 - 0, and clouds of gloom enveloped that hardy migration of 5,000 Cornhuskcr partisans. Our high - octane Ifuskers then bit, like fury itself. By halftime the Nrarlet led, 20 - 19, and all the blue seemed transformed from those partisan hearts up to the azure above. Surely, those hearts not In the mouth at that thrilling moment must have been higher than that brief, wispy cloud above. There was all the glorious panorama of a football Saturday. The bands played like never before. The cheerleaders leaped like never before. And the crowd went mildly insane over all the joy of Homecoming. Oh, the backslapping and proud joy was something fierce. On every lip was a shout of praise for Adduci, Reynolds, Nagle and the heroes of the day. WHEELING our way for dressing room chats with Coaches J. V. Sikes and Bill Glassford, - we bumped into Sammy Varanti, the ex - Huskcr quarterback. "Swell game," said Sammy, ''Something like that one here four years ago. Remember?" We did remember that startling 16 - 1 1 Hunker game of 1916, all right, and in the remembering we thought of a bright new Nebraska star Mho zoomed on the liig Seven horizon that day. The Great Little Guy. How he zipped and skittered through the Jnvhawk defenses that day! The Great Little Guy was away to long gains all afternoon, his speed was breathtaking nnd Kansas simply never did catch up with him. He was the talk of the press - box that day, he and a pass - slinging quarterback named Vacant!. A sports writer from the Kansas City Star was quite impressed by The Great Little Guy's performance. He requested we take him to the Husker dressing room after the game for an introduction. By the time we had fought our way to the dressing room, the HuskerV new star was not to he found. Someone said he had dressed in a hurry and left. He was never an athlete to stay around for plaudits. WE glanced out at the team bus. There sat our modest new star, nil by himself, studying a ciassbook. "He's sure a lot smaller than he looks on the field,' commented our newspaper cohort. "He doesn't look like he could hurt a flea." His performance that day was the stepping stone to unanimous AU - l'ig Seven honors. Ju.st like the Reynolds, Ad ; ducis and Nagles of four years later, he was on every tongue a household word, an idol to the kids, Some folks said he was the fastest back Nebraska ever had. The Great Little Guy went on through three long years with the Hunkers, Those were years when blocking, Glassford style, was not in evidence and a breakaway back usually bad to break away all by himself. Despite a terrific pounding, he was forever his teams touchdown threat. He won countless races for Prof. Ld Weir's track team. At times, he breathed hard on the world's record for the (SO - yard dash. At all times, he was the most modest, self - effacing athlete we ever knew. AS we write this, we see it picture of The Great Little Guy inning a race. It's a heart - stopping scene, every muscle exerted to the zenith, his face a map of straining veins and cords, leaned desperately toward the tape. There's another picture, too, of just a shell of The Great Little Guy in a bed at the Lincoln General Hospital today. Those sinewy muscles wasting away and, possibly, that unforgettable speed gone forever. You sec, The Great Little Guy is fighting the greatest battle he ever knew, a battle for his life. We know of no human being w HAVE New .lf Jlaudl Super Master m METAL EX A full loO'o more protection against overcharging today'! No. I battery killer. Greatest Battery Improvement in 25 years iHtm a WILIARD DEALER NtA YOU J 1JI1 it II DISTRIBUTING CO. UitU.d lltavtrttfttaitfi November 5, BIFF CALLS THE PLAY Biff Jones, center, who coached Nebraska's only Rose Bowl team poses with four of his Rose Bowl backs, left to right, Herm Rohrig, halfback, Vike Francis, fullback, Harry Hopp, halfback, and Roy Petsch, quarterback, during homecoming get - together. (Staff Photo.) Rose Bowlers End Session At Banquet Rose Bowl days returned to Lincoln Saturday night as the University of Nebraska football squad of 1940 held a 10 - year reunion at the Cornhusker hotel. Coach J. William Glassford of the current Nebraska Cornhusk - ers told the gathering of 29 Rose Bowl squad members, their wives and guests that the Missouri - Nebraska game Saturday "was like a horse race." "Just one race after another, said Glassford. "We were lucky to win the last one. CHANCELLOR R. G. Gustav - son told the gathering to keep on thinking of Nebraska's interests and that the university was proud of their achievements in the business world, as well us their football achievements. Col. L. McC. "Biff" Jones, coach of the Rose Bowl Huskers, compared the game Saturday to a ping pong match. "You were turning your head back and forth all day," said Biff. "It was certainly a thrilling and great game. The gathering stood in silence for a moment in honor of the five squad members killed m World war II. They were Wayne Sindt, Burdette Wertman, Walter Luther, Student Manager Jack Meyer and Bob Bonahoom. John Bentley, university sports publicity director, served as toast master. The squad met at a noon luncheon, sat in a special section at the game and wound up the festivities with the evening banquet. Col. Jones suggested the squad "meet every live years." Members of the Rose Bowl squad and their wives present included: Mr. Mr. Ooorgt A 11, Mr. nd Mr. Warwi Altoit. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin AUiy, Mr. wd Mr. !! Brat ! - , Mr. and Mr. Vuw.Mjnt Krr"ti, Mr. ami Mm. Frartci ;reerilif, Mr. mwl Mr. Ciarwe ilrnrton, Mr. autl Mr. Rri;l Kihlt'r. Mr. and Mm. Rfrrt KVttler. Mr. an.l Mm. Or&ld Kuthn). Mr, "J Mm. Howard Kelly. rr. and Mr. Kotxrrt TahIwii k, Mr, and Mrs. Krancl Iik. Mr. nd Mm. Robert Mo NuM. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Prnlwi. Mr. ami Mm. Roy f'et'h, Mr. and Mm. Henry Kohn, Mr. and Mm. Vic Hrhleich, Mr. u.ni Mr, hd S'liwrtxkr', Mr. ml Mr. Kenny gimmes, Mr. and Mrs. M.irv Th(.tnt'iin, Mr. and Mm, Jaclt m vent, Mr and Mm. At Zikmunrt, Mr. ttttd Mrs. Hrry Ji"pp, Mr. and Mrs. l.'.i - ird Bunker, Mr. and Mm Bus KjmkM, Mr aid Mm. K.y Pruchaaka and Mr aiid Mm Herman R"hrtt5. Mctniiers f tl.a Kmw Bowl ejachin(? psfty; Cl. J.inco. Mr, and Mm. Kiwvu Iea. Mr. and Mr. Link Lyman, Mr. nnd Mm. W H. Browne and Mr. and Mrs. Kloyd Botturff. Clemson Keeps Record Clean CLEMSON, S. C. T. Clemson college kept its undefeated record clean Saturday with a classy 53 - 20 running and passing football conquest of Duquesne. Scoring almost tit will. Clemson added stature to its 12th national ranking and its high rating m the Southern conference. Halfbacks Billy Hair and Jackie Culvert did the winners' running and passing, with Ends Glenn Smith and Bob Hudson their favorite receivers. Pittsburgh Posts Initial Win, 2L7 Pittsburgh. up). The University of Pittsburgh won its first victory in six starts Saturday beating West Virginia, 21 - 7, before 6,125 fans in Pitt Stadium. Sparked by Fullback Joe Capp who raced 57 yards thru a sea of mud for one score and plunged over lrom the three - yard line tor another, Pitt kept command of the game until the closing minutes when West Virginia's attack began to click too late. so equipped in unquenchable spirit for such a battle, so quietly humble and so completely devoid of pity for himself. He's still thinking of the other guy. Cheer for the current Huskers ell you may, toss up your hats, whoop to the heavens and bathe in their glory. We ask you only one favor. Just give a thought, a prayer, or maybe a note of cheer to Dick Hutton, who is fighting the hardest battle of all. ItOAHB II I Oil At Your Next Forty Th$ Biggest "Buy" In Sparkling Wofer and HANDY 9 - OZ. Bottles in 11LL yl'ABl Bottles PEPSI - COLA BOTTLING CO. MNCO'M hIKHRAHKA I VB. a I IT WAS A GREAT YEAR, TOOThat's what this group of Rose Bowl players have to say s they talk over old times days when Nebraska met Stanford in the 1941 Pasadena classic. 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NorUiratrrn 81, Cat duard 7, Fi nn atata 20, Bo ton t uilrar 18. I'ttikburtcn 21, Unl llraini 7, I'riiii rtun 4&, laata 7, Bidrr 24, Adrl4iia 0. Btittrrm I ft. Brown 12. Nrrunto at. Albrlaht 10. KtiitHM'ntlturK 27, MllliTuvlllr 0. huriiiNflrid Hi. Hnoda I Hand Mat 0. M. traiui ila 91. Mount Ml, Mary 0. M. laMrmr 10, Alfrrd 0. HI. Mirharl 41, lliifatra 0. hyrarir 34, I atafltr 0. Trntfttr 89, Hrlawara 0, DOUBLE 1 1 E ADE R MIDGET FOOTBALL Sherman Field TODAY2:00 P. M. South Street vs. Northeast Roberts vs. Downtown AdmiiiUuB - I nlidrrn aader 10 .......... .Frrrn 14 to 18 faara nauita BUC Ta liMiaaX I EI to right are Vic Trmtoa S3, laarr 0. Waynrsbura 19, Wrwtmtntr 9. Wrtttrhrstrr 20. Moravian 0. Urmtrrn Man land 29, llmrl 28. Uorrmtrr Irrh 19, lwrll Textile 9. Uilliatita 14, InloB 13. BOl'TH A 'aha ma 14. Ceiri 7. Albany H,a. 31. Knoxville O, Alinrn 45. l.lnrnlB I. 0. Brnrdict 7, Allrn 0. t'rntrr. 24, liiitlirtrm (Trna.) 0, offrjvlllr JV 14. Joftlia IS. 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KlrantotMl 0. Hot on um Mat 4a, alm a. Banduiuh Mron 20, Atlantlr f hrtatian 0. Buxt 10, Millman 18. Mrwanr 20, Mabah 0. Nouthrrn I . l i, BIMtop 7. Slw - itbrrd 7. t'alrmnt 0. SoitbratrB l(Hiilana 21. Prna)ila 18. Srinatirld Mo. 27. W arrranbtirg 12. Ii - nmnirr 1H, North 4 aniitna 0. Virginia 31, f'lta.lri II. V..M.1. 48. laudan 0. WachlnKtoa Md - 82, Hainpdra Bydnry 27. a - dilnKtn I 23. Virginia Trrh 7. MeMrrn Krnturky 27, lKlta Mat 7. HOI THW K!T Abilrn hrttln 20. Traa A. I. 8. Arizona &. Nrw Mti O. Aruona Stat 31, Hta Itaa Rtat 13. Hajlor 2. Trn 4 hrl - tlaii It. laotrrn Nrw M.lro la, M. MIrharU f. HUhlaiida 21, 1'anbaitdla A. A M, tkia.) 13. I ttiiKion 53. Uilry 41. MiUwrttrm I, 23. tarn Huuktiw Tchn. 2l. I'ralrlr iw A. M. 13, Trkaa Collrgt 0. Mir IS, lfa Trrh 7. Kill Has 84. atridtra V. 4 nut In 7. Tfa A. ti M. 4i, Arkaji.a. 13. 7Vva 23, Soiithrra M'tnodUt 2U. Tuia 27, Oklaboma A. M. IS. HIM KV Mlil NTIN' adatna St a I 18. 4'alorada Stat 10, Hrttfham oun 34, I tab Stair 13. I oiorado ollrif 27. Mrxtrrn state 18. Irtahit stat 31, Idaho tullrje 7. HMnln 14, Idahu 1. WKST California H - Wahlti(toa 7. tral Mahiaio It, Mbltwarth 10. San I ranriM - w 24, Ui - nvrr a. Stanford 1, Sotithrra 4 a II Torn la 7. I t .1. 4. 10. Orr(fi Stat 13. MaahlnatOB Stat 21, Omoa 13, WolfpackKkesPust Richmond by 7 - 0 RICHMOND, Va. (INS). The North Carolina State Wolfpack defeated a strong Richmond football team Saturday at Richmond 7 - 0. Jim O'Rourke scored from the three in the second stanza and Ray Bakouskie converted. For all intents and purposes, that was the end of State's offensive punch. The rest of the way, 7,000 rain - drenched homecoming fans saw their heroes hold back against a feeble Wolfpack, which, only two weeks ago, managed to upset Maryland. Dartmouth Blasts Yale Eli, 7 - 0 NEW HAVEN, Conn, (INS). Dartmouth struck for a touchdown on a 57 - yard march in the first 10 minutes of play Saturday and then held on to defeat Yale, 7 - 0, in the rain. The outcome was a mild upset as Yale had Ibst only to Cornell previously. Ih EE! kfL sP2! sN . A TRADE Stale Approved Auto Body & Fender School Da or Night classes. This course or the one below available to Veterans under the G. L Bill. C Write ar f all fat rait Drtalia iKrltuui, llay Union Airport Game Like Says Tired BY WALT DOBBINS "All you gotta' do is run when you get the blocking and a couple of the boys really took 'em out of there for me in the last quarter," Bobby Reynolds declared as his mates surrounded him in the Husker dressing room after NU's torrid triumph over Old Mizzou. "This game has turned out to be basketball," Husker coach Bill Glassford told this writer a few moments after the final fun. "The boys were ureat it was a team victory but I don't know whether I can stand an - Jf - Schleich, Al Zikmund, Hank Rohn, Royal Kahler, Bob McNutt and Clarence Herndon. (Staff Photo.) Bucks Stifle Wildcats By 32 to 0 EVANSTON, 111. (UP). Ohio State and its one - man grid gang, Vic Janowicz, stifled Northwestern, 32 - 0, Saturday in near freezing weather for its fourth straight Big Ten victory. The Buckeyes, with Janowicz leading the way even as a blocker for two long runs by Teammates Karl Sturtz and Walt Klevay, proved their superiority in the opening 2Vi minutes. From then on, it was only a question of how big a score Ohio State might run up. But even tho losing, Northwestern found some glory. The Wildcats rushed thru the Buckeye line for 163 yards, a stellar performance against a group which had allowed five previous opponents to gain an average of only 42 yards per game. THE WILDCATS were good in the air too, as Dick Flowers and Bob Burhon, combined to complete 20 of 32 throws for 209 yards. But one of Flowers heaves was intescepted by Sherwin Gandee and returned 30 yards for the Buckeye's fourth touchdown. Janowicz, as usual, was the Ohio State standout. He converted successfully after two touchdowns and completed four of 12 passes for 61 yarns and one touchdown. He handled the bail on 39 of Ohio State's 77 plays from scrimmage and on his 19 rushes gained 53 yards. As usual he did all the Buckeye punting, averaging 48.9 yards on eight tries. But he had one Quick kick of 83 yards which was called back and his aver - ! age could have been far greater j had he not been booting for the ! sidelines most of the time. Bruins Swelter To 2043 Win LOS ANGELES. (INS). The UCLA Bruins, battling a stubborn band of Oregon State Beavers and a thermometer reading of a 100 - plus degrees, outlasted the North westeners, 20 - 13, Saturday in a Pacific Coast confer ence grid joubt at Los Angeles. A slim Memorial Coliseum crowd of 15,323 sweltered under temperatures of 104 degrees and watched the Bruins do all their scoring in the first half and then stifle a desperate Oregon State last half challenge. Pint - sized Teddy Narleski was the Bruins man of the hour. The 162 - pound tailback threw two touchdown passes and ran the Bruins to their narrow victory. GET YOUR SHOT GUN SHELLS AT BILL MURRELL'S DRIVE - IN HARDWARE 15th at P St. SAVE 10 CASH and CARRY BRIGHAM'S CLEANERS IT 40 O 81. AIM Dihrrf fcrvlea a Oor Matr Avlattaa Mcraanie !( Only. J Aviation Institute Phone 6 - 2909 Basketball Glassford other one like it. First Kansas and then Missouri. I'm all in. "The boys rose to the occasion and they came back just as they did against Kansas. They were magnificent." "WELL THAT was really some ball game," Don Faurot smilingly declared as he walked to the center of the field to congratulate Glassford. "Both offenses were terrific. I don't know whether we are going to beat anybody but I guess we can make it an uncomfortable afternoon. "No I wouldn't single out any players. They all did their best." When the two coaches met, Faurot said, "Bill, that victory is a tribute to you. You did a grand job getting the Huskers up' for our game." THERE were no casualties on the Husker roster altho Bill Mueller reinjured his ankle. He got back in the game for a few minutes in the last half but was limping noticeably, after the battle. Dick Ortmann, Missouri reserve fallback, was the only Tiger casualty. He suffered a broken arm and was taken to the hospital. He will be lost to the Tigers for the rest of the season. ON BOBBY Reynolds, 7ig - zag ' touchdown gallop, it was Art Bauer who took out two Tiger j tacklers to start the Grand Is - I land jack rabbit on his way I and it was Don Strasheim who put an effective block on a Mizzou player around the MU 20 yard line. Reynolds1 22 points boosted his seasonal total to 103, which, even eclipsed Johnny Bender's oldtime mark of 94. It was Ideal football day and the colorful Homecoming Day ceremonies at halftime will long be remembered. The University of Missouri band and Don Lentz's Husker musicians went all out to put on an interesting spectacle. Chancellor Gustavson presented the 1949 homecoming queen. Miss Shirley Allen, with the Innocents and Mortar Board taking part. And the Tiger - Husker bell comes back to NU for the first time since 1944 when Ad Lew - ami ow ski's kids upset the Tigers, 24 - 20, here in Memorial Stadium. Col Biff Jones thanked the fans at halftime for the honor - spot saved for his 1940 Rose Bowl squad. Thirty - five players were on hand along with Line Coach Link Lyman. Only three officials were on deck to handle the game. Referee A. L. Haskins failing to put in his appearance. THE STATISTICS showed that Reynolds was the busiest back of the afternoon, carrying the mail 25 times for a net of 175 yards. His average was seven yards. Several of Bobby's best runs were nullified by penalties. Ron Clark averaged 14 yards , per try and Nick Adduci av - erneed nine yards. Bill Mueller picked up 28 yards on the two times he lugged the leather. Wren and Stephens were the main cogs in the Tiger offense, the former picking up an 11 - yard and the latter a nine - yard, average for the afternoon. Kay Curtis and Ron Clark made most of the Husker tackles while Moon Mullen contributed with his usual stellar performance. Paul Fuchs was Missouri's outstanding lineman. Maryland Rambles, 23 - 7 COLLEGE PARK, Md. (INS). Favorite Maryland lived up to expectations and trampled George Washington, 23 - 7 Saturday on a slippery, rain - swept field. M r Ml JUST YOUR TYPE U Amazing new Royal Portable let you choose your own type face! mm me1 ROYAL PORTABLE! It's that great new Gray Magic Royal Portable personally your with any type face you choose. Dish tinctive ones like these; Dear Buth Dear Joan Dear Nina Drop In today! Choose your own persona! type face! 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