The Lincoln Star from Lincoln, Nebraska on September 25, 1960 · Page 39
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Pirates Walk Plank to National League Pennant Tie Iowa 22‘m' N. Dame 21 Ore. St' Texas . . 34 Maryland. 0 Page SD . . 20 ' Boston .. 7 Pag0 $D 0 Talk About Beef!¡...Gophers Had .Number .Now 2 For NY Itoth Teams Can Cinch Titles Today Siiuiinp Juiirnal anii 9tar ^ Lime Burns \ Nu Kally Provides Trouble NU I Thrills in Setback By the Associated Press Pittsburgh clinched a tie for the National League cnampionship despite a 2nd straight loss to Milwaukee and New York reduced its American League magic number to 2 Saturday. The results set up the possibility of a pair of pennant-wrapups in major league baseball today The Pirates, although beaten by Milwaukee and Lew Purdcttc 4-2, were assured of no wor.se than a tie when the 2nd place St. Ix>uis Cardinals lust to the Chicago Cubs, 5-4. Pittsburgh has 5 games remaining, St. Ixouis 7. .Vny Pirate victory or St. Louis loss the rest of the way closes out the first National I.eague championship for the i*irates in 22 >ears. It’s nearly as conclusive in thi' .vmerican League, where the Yankees have 7 games to play t( 6 for runner-up Chicago and hold a 5^2 game lead The Yanks, running tneir winning streak to 8, beat Boston 6-5 Saturday on Mickey Mantle’s lOth-inning homer and cut their magic number to two when t h e WhitL* Sox lost to Cleveland 6-5 in 12 innings. Third place Baltimore es- raued elimination but stayed 6 games back with 5 remaining, beating Washington 10-9. The best the Orioles could do is tie for the pennant and New York would have to lose all its remaining games for tiiat to happen. In other Saturday games, .lim Maloney pitched a 4-hlt- ter and fanned 11 as Philadelphia hlaiiheri (’ineinnati .5-0; ar i pinch hitter Mar\ Thrdiii>herry’s grand s 1 a m noiuf'r carried Kansas City to a 6-.2 victory over Detroit. San Francisco and Los .\nge- les were idle. Lew Burdette, beating thej Pirates for the first time thisj season, was clubbed for 11 hits, but hung on for his 18th victory against 12 losses. A 4-run burst off starter-loser Bob F'ricnd put it away for the Braves in the 1st. A walk,! Hank .Aaron’s double and Wes Covington’s single produced the first 2 runs and Joe .Adcock’s 25th homer added th< final 2. Double plays chopped off Pirate rallies in the 1st, 6th. 8th and 9th innings. A J-run Cub rally in the 4th beat the Cards. Bob Will.i who had a run-scoring single! in the 4th, led the Chicago attack with 2 hits and 3 RRl.i Don FJlsworth was the winner over Rob Miller. The Yanks, trailing 5-2, tied fne Red Sox in the 8th on 2 walks, a single by Yogi Berra and an infield out, and won, when .Mantle led off the 10th with his 28th homer. Luis .Arroyo (5-1) won over Ted Wills (1-1), both in relief. Frank Malzone drove in 4 Boston runs with 2 hits, including his 14th homer. I Flag Races | I Al a Glance | 3 , s Rv rhf Aftsociatfd Pm.» .N ATIONAL LKVC.I F W 1. Pet r.B TP Plttsburrh >7 .«n ,s St Lout» HS S2 .H7M « 7 Remainui« games Pittsburgh; At Home <4t v» C»n- rinnatl d), Sept. 37: vs. .Milnaukee t.1>. Sept.* .70. t)ct. 1. 2. Aoav tit—.At .Milwaukee, Sept. 35. St. Loui»; at home (nonet. Awar (7)— At rhlracfl tit. Sept 35: at Los Angeles <3). Sept 27. 3*. 7»; at San FrancUro <3), Sept. .7« Ort. 1. 3. AMFRICAV I FACil F H I. Prt (VB TP N>w York 00 .57 .«12 7 Chirago k.S fi.7 ..57> ,V j B Rattimore 8.5 «4 .770 « 5 Rematntng game» New York at home t7t—»■» Bohton 13, .Sepl. .70. Oct. 1, 2. A wav <41—at Bos ton < 11 , Sept. 25: at Washington i.7i Sept. 3«, 27, 38 fTtlcago: at home (5)—va Detroit ( 2 t, Sept. ‘3fi. 27: va Cleveland (3>. Senl. .70- Oct. 1, 2. Awar (1)—at Cleveland .Sept 3S. Baltunoro: at home (noae). Awav (5t— at Waahlttftan (.7). Sept. 3S. Oct. 1, 2t at Sept. 27. 38. I Nebraska’s Cornhuskers took a terrible physical beat- I ing in their game against Minnesota Saturday. I The list of injuries was long. n T TVPOT V N’TTR QTTVTTAV QTTPTTrxTT^TTR 1 QAA = But the biggest woes wereii t inflicted by the Gophers. SEC. D LINCOLN. NEB., SUNDAY, SET TEMBER 2o, 1960 | activated = lime in the field markings. I Don F’ricke, Don Purcell, Ron McDole, George Haney rwil 1 rk 1 and Bill Comstock all suffer- Inunder Bolls ed burns. Trainer I* a u 1 By Don Bryant Beef State football fans got to see some prime stock Saturday afternoon at Nebraska’s Memorial Stadium, but the choice herd bore a Minnesota brand. In what was almost a carbon copy of Nebraska’s 1959 win at Minneapolis, the Golden Gophers thrashed the Cornhuskers, 26-14, to knock the Scarlets off the lofty station they held after last week’s upset of Texas. By winning, Minnesota maintained a legend of never losing twice in succession to Nebraska. which now trails m the series, 29-6-2. And the Cornhuskers once again found it Schneider impossible to put two rousing up.'Cts back-to-back. NU’s Thunder Thornton breaks: awav at midfield „S' -V ^ . _____ ÄEV*'#- -••“V 01 ^. j- -ti: rí 4 ^ '■0tf\ 0 ♦ Runs into trouble Spins away from a tackier. said .McDole’s burns were the worst and probably would keep him out of pads all next week. Team doctors said they w'ould make a check to see if the lime was activated. One theory was that the water brought to the surface by the field cover had caused the problem. Other injuries were numerous. The Gophers haven’t lost at Lincoln since 1939. While Minnesota was a slight favorite, few of the Link Passes Bury North Platte, 26-7 By ('oiMle Sargent .\ Marc Danekas-to-Gary Haas combination for Lincoln High Saturday night buried .North Platte's hope.s for an upset Darrell Cooper — sprained squarely into llhe mud at the Oval. Quarterback Danekas hit end Haas 3 times for 3 quuk touchdowns in the third period that enabled the Links to pull to a 26-7 triumph—their second m 3 games. Lincoln High’s running game rolled up the good yardage all night but penalties and poor footing had limited the scoring to a single touchdown until mid-way in the 3rd period. Lincoln High led 6-0 when coach Jim Sommers directed - .sprained “> "■>' showed ^ ing with 4 touchdowns — one rr D K ♦ ■ ,4 ^ 0 ^ ' Fir»t Down» Tyrone Robertson-sprained the next 7 mm- Kin* varda«» utes. Kr' Guard Randy Achen recov- intvrrrpt.d by ered a North Platte fumble umhif» I.OKt one of 3 he fell on for the night to give the TJnks the ball on the .\P 27-yard line. ■ Danekas found Haas for a More Stories^ Pictures I’a».-- :u>. »I) x-rays showed no wrist, break. Dick .McDaniel e I b 0 w\ x-rays break. Al Fischer — knee strain. Tyn ankle. Bob Jones—hip bruise. Bill Thornton — stiff neck. Doaiic Gloi)l)ors W esleyan Slati'itips Yards IVn<ilirrd Nvb. Wrsifvan Doani* IS .7,>8 3-13 1 3-3« .5 1 75 12 1,%8 4.5 »•Id 3 4-34. ! 4 M N vh W (“ars Fiiifoniis Nebraska was togged out in new uniforms Saturday. The bright red shirts were minus the old shoulder stripes. There were just white numbers front and back and small numbers on the shoulders Coach Bill Jennings rails the Hiisktr uniforms the lightest you can buy. W iil<* Minnesota .surprised the Cornhuskers with a wide open attack, almost like a spread, NU coaches said the formations were a close slot and a wide flanker. .M Di^s Deep In Sr<nin<^ lint Nebraska is in a scoring rut. The Cornhuskers have made 14 points in each of their last 4 game- Nebraska 14, Colorado 12. Nebraska 14, Kansas State 2i) Nebraska 14, Texas 13. Nebraska 14, Minnesota 26. 38,(MM) assembled on this perfect football afternoon came prepared to see the giants of the north demonstrate complete superiority in almost every phase. It wasn’t that Nebraska playcG badly, it was a case J the Cornhuskers not being able to plav verv much at all. The reason was simple enough. .Minnesota’s huge line was vastly superior, offensively and defensively, until the Huskers were far out of contention. These bulky bulls from Gopherland were impregnable when Nebraska had the ball: they tore gaping holes in the Scarlet line through H h 1 c h big. hard-running backs galloped with ease when .Minnesota had possession, .Any hopes of a wide-open NU attack washed out early, with the Gophers putting a heavy rush on passers, j swamping inside feints and 1 lamming the few attempts to I go w ide. , Slick-footing took much of j ihe sting out of the Hus'.er outside game, which didn’t get much attention and didn't function when it was used. Shorr of this one phase Statistics By Armiind .Sch'^r'der D>.ane College's Tigers came to O.N. Magee Field first down on the 7 and du-; Saturday night and chawed ■ - .....■■■■■■.............................. - ! up the pore little Plainsmen; where they had hopes of suc- of Nebraska Wesleyan, 66-0,1 cess, the Scarlets were nev- in what could laughingly be or able to display much of- called a football game. fense. It was the first Nebraska^ ^his, plus Gopher pass College Conference game for interceptions and fumble re- ho’h teams. covcries. as well as the .Min- Then was little dmiht. line, add-d up to more Ironi the first time Duane ' ^ *. nhuckers could uot its hands on the hall, as n uiii! tt» which was the better team. The Tigers took the initial First Downs Rushing Yardagf Passing Yardage Passes Passes Inlerrepted Punt*. fumble- l,o-t Yards Penaliied North Platte 3 3-9 1 4 it 7 r» I.HS 17 381 S8 «12 3 3-21 1 t.t play •ibc'ded Hie feat two later for the TP Two minutes later North IMatte made its onl> score , . , . when speodv Terrv lliscoc ?"'• •><'Eiin a siorinE took a l.iiik'punt Oli his o»n l'io« «"h a one-varrt plunsf. 5-varrt line .ind rated »5 'he (irsi of .5 touch- yards up the sidelines (or Ihe tlo«ns lor the Tiger halfhack. scorp By the time the fir.st half It wa.s Daneka's turn toi^nficd, things had really got- spot Haas cutting across the of hand middle a minute later for a ^he half ended with Doane 16-yard TD completion. The ahead. .54-0, and the Wesleyan Links marched from their hand brought the 2,200 spec- own 47 on that series with talors out of their daze. Bobby William.- and Dave I^'>ane went ea-y on the Collingham lugging it to the ''^d’bly Wesleyans in the sec- 16 in 3 plays, setting the halt, scoring only twice stage for the scoring pass. Bu* iKinan, got both oi North Platte fumbled on them, the first a 48-yard jaunt the ifrst play after taking inside reverse and the WIi p N e b r a s k a duu in thwart a ground-gobbling SlalisliiLs D«.<n«- 31 3:: o 12—«« iH -.n.- TD .»-Barker 5 2. 1. «1. 19. !., runt-'. Bi ;'kwith (2, pa>;s from (;r;iv.''si. Met )y -48, pu:,s interreptioni Isenharn »•••n (t, run'. Rob Buchanan 2. (14. 48 ! the punt and again Achen P^'her a 14-yard dash 1 ^ r t lies spb Hetlevjin BOB ' recovered for LHS. ; .\fter Williams lost t w o yards on an end s w e e p, Danekas whipped one down ihe sidelines lo Haas who walt/.ed in for the IJnks’ Ith Newest thing for Nebraska ; touchdown, football rooters is a big how-i Leroy Hunter, who replaced clever running of halfback itzer which is fired when the Wilham.b as the ball-carrying Fred Brown and (iuarterbaek workhorse for the L i n k s,, Francis Tarkenton featured scored the first TD on a 7- Georgia’s 18-7 victory over Boom. Boom (»Gorbia S<*or«‘>^ Na.^hville. Tenn. ,P 'I'he Huskers score. It is red and white and is pulled into the stadium on a fancv earner. Sports Slate Siiiiduy Baseball — Pittsburgh v. .Milwaukee, TV-3, 12 noon. Football — Chicago v. Green Bay, TV-6 & 10, 1 p m.; Los .Angeles Chargers V. Dallas, TV-7, 2 30 p.m. yard jaunt in the first period., Vanderbilt .Saturday night in Williams wasn’t used as i a Southeastern Conference A andrrbilt heavily as usual because I football game. North Platte had a linebacker! Geor«ia birddogging the swift f u 11- back all night W’ i 11 i a m s carried 19 time for 91 yards but had only one run over 10 yards. \orih l*I.BIf it 0 7 0—7 l.tiKOin Hlih « It 2it 0—28 Noith '.tit* TD‘ Fei'ty Itf-iot' lO, puri' i:*luiTT PM Kcsiirf' , ki. ^ ' I,in i'oln HiKh rii- t;ai> i 4 In, 42. pa -.es irnm Dfneka* iiuntcis '7, runi « 0 12 t>—18 0 0 (> 7— 7 FIRST DOWNS (T«UU Alinn. Vebr 14« B' rushmit 11 4 B» passine e I Bs prnaltiPk Í1 RI SHIVfi (Nn Rush<*»l «3 ,;i So. sards caiirrd 27.5 No yards lost 24 3* Net Taréis eainod 21110* FORW ARO PA-.-,I\r. (No attfmplPii)t « No, e omplrte*d ,5 4 Vo had Intrrrpptfd 0 2 Not sards tainrd 84 72 TOTM PI VY*- tRu.hos .met pa-sos1 70 40 TOI %I, vr I 5 5KI»S 110 I'l NT-i tNumhrr» T 5vt-i,tite* s,«rri- t(. ! 4'( ' No iî.fi hiorkr't (1 kit KOFFS iN'umbftl 5 7 Asorage* sard- ,2 53 KH h Rr It KNS N«». punt rrturn- i 3 Vards punt returns 13 77 Yards kirkoff returns«1 77 INTI R{ FPTIOV RFTI BN« (Number*3 1 Yards return7« 7« Ft 51RII > (Number) 1 2 B.H1 lost 1 ' » riNAirils (Number» *> 4 A ards penrali/ed 105 40 HT I n «'.list s, (Vo. attempted) 00 No, surresstul • • runnuig game, the Gophen look to the air w 1th preci Sion There were lew bright moment .s for the out-manned Cornhubkers, but the ones that c a m e w'ere dandies. Only trouble was that the Scarlets were down 26-0 be­ töre tncy could manufacture two spectacular scoring plavs PM- Haas Williams trun? ' pass from I Tigers. V.*»*. Manfiiettp fl ins Stockton. Calif. The grinding line plunges oi ' wiihm a minute and a Maiquette University W’ar- riurs Saturday night gave During the first 3 quarters, them a 20-0 football victorv Nebraska rooters were eri- over the College of the Paeilie terlained solel> by the tre- iUoiitinueri on Page 81). Col. 1. - ShoAA’s his heels to Gophers . . • Dives as he is tackled . , . .Vnd lands safely after 57*>ard run. I

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