The Lincoln Star from Lincoln, Nebraska on December 17, 1961 · Page 37
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Hadl Signs With Houston terback John Hadl signed a prp iooiDau contract with the American Football League San Diego Chargers right Jfe . - . ... '4 ... Mrilta wurr jvansas Deat nice, ,J3 - 7, in me tfiuebonnet Bowl Satur day. ' , ; "It wasn't exactly under ine goai post out it was close. I signed at about the 15 or 20 fiu line, ne grinned in the Kansas dressing room. - Another Jayhawker, Curtts McClinton. a halfback, said he igned with the Dallas Tex - ns before he left the field. Detroit of the National Foot - ball League charged Friday that Hadl signed with San Di - ego before the game. The HuarteroacK, aenied that, as uiu aan uiego. Jan Diego is a young ball muu wiin more opportunity for me' Had! said. He, said he thought Hice ... - m. t.. .... .A. A W. W was aooui me oest team Kan sas met an season. 5 . "No, that faked kick wasn't planned that wav " ifarfi He gained 41 vard nn If h down when Rice expected him to kick. The run Kt un k . u ( nc Jaynawk touchdown that gave inriii a i4 - ieaa. "We went no to th 1 1 n planning to kick' Hadl said. i iiv ena came in real fast and J kind of fumbled the wai a minute; i knew I man i nave time to kick so I ran around left end." Ken Colrman f ha . V fuliback who was voted t h e Kmes outstanding back said he thought Kansas played ucat game or the season. It was my best game. We were sumrisprf at ih margin because wa HiHn' v pect that. They have a fine Coleman. th mg ball carrier ran ia t - - - f w villus for 107 yards. "I just don't know how to say what hannrnnrf . ru. coach Jess Neely said. "You belter go to the other dressing room. There's not much m - wi nere Kansas used a double re verse to score two of its Game Story Page 3I),r Col. 1. touchdowns and foar tha ni line. "We saw it nlnntv nf m the films and worked hard to defend it." Neelv just got out of position every nine uiey uscu It. "And we just let the fake Ml a At jl - 4 i l ft m. m. pum snp Dy us," he added. Coach Jack Mitchell of ivansas said the wide margin ;L vcirry man l make h i m uiiun. ivite was an easy team. "No doubt Kice is one of me soundest, hest r.afhi teams in the country n 1tnh. CI! Said. 'W int haHl o I w .v.v a will plete mental advantage. The loss to Missouri hurt our boys and they wanted to win this one." Mrtchell said h ried before thp ram cause Kansas had only two outdoor workouts because of bad weather in Kansas. The ft uornnusJ performance didn't change his mind. "I don't think that will ever become a fad," he said. "It makes the coach worry too Randy Kerbow. the ru Jb. . . . UX ft. .... 1 m MuanerDacK. said hA rnnMn'i explain the Owls second half slump. 'We just didn't play right, that's all." Kerb '.9i.V "Kansas just whinnpr! nc M w . mm Mill good." ""We were rpal nrH k. fore the game," Hadl said. We hadn't worked outside and we didn't know how that would effect us." He said the turmoil about the Detroit charge from t h e Lions general manager, Ed - win Anderson, didn't have any bearing on his play. "I knew it all wasn't true, so I just didn't worry about i, mc aemur irom Lawrence. Kan., said. . "Rice just had that feeling of security," Mitchell said. "It can kill you. "We adjusted at halftime for coverage on their man - in - motion and put on a bigger rush," Mitchell said. "We had been worrying about their halfback draw and it was giv - ins them mnr limn A Vlth the hptfpr rneh a, a better." V f f , ' J. i i iers Bomba IladI...on line. Tutors 58 - 36 Victor tui ticiory Of Season t By Mike Cooney University High, Lincoln's only unbeaten basketball team, ran its victory string to 4 Saturday night with an easy 58 - 6 win over Ashland at the Lni High gym. The Tutors galloped to 15 - 1 lead in the oneninp minnfoc and increased the margin steadily the rest of the way. Coach Dale Snook swept his bench early in the one - sided fray. tJim Dick, a 6 - 1 senior, supplied most of the early momentum. He notched the first 7 points in the contest before cooling off to finish with 10. The southpaw guard opened scoring with a driving layup wiui w seconas gone. A minute later he connected with a jumper from the top of the key, then added another acrobatic layin and followed with a free throw to make the icore 7 - 0. Husky Jim Butcher clipped the cords with a jumper from the side and Bob Diekman connect with a set before Ken Carpenter but Ashland on the score ooard with a free throw. From there on in it was clear sailing for the Tutors to victory No. 4. The taller Ashland quintet had trouble connecting throughout the ragged contest. A tight University High zone jorcea. me Blue ays to shoot from far out and they hit only 18 of their shots from the field. " Rick Olson, the Capital City's leading scorer, and hus - Uine Steve Butts divide th Tutor scoring honors with 11 apiece. Mick Washburn paced isniana wiin iu. UNI. HIGH m OUon 1 lMBWjw - imainroMM J rd Ohio University, 81 - 64 1 i 1 1 i ii "I i I, W J " ' 3rd Win of Next LINCOLN 1, NEBRASKA, DECEMBER 17, 1961 SECTION D 48HIAND Carpler 3 HMcman 0 L. Lydi't SUMvtrt Pollard a Rous 3 K. WVa M. WH'a t It 04 i f f 3 - 4 0 - 0 0 - 0 4 I U 4 11 4 O 7.anna 1 9 - 0 Ihckmjta 44 Butt 4 3 - 4 7 Ji B'h'r 9 0 - 3 4 0 - 1 4 J BUT t 4 4 04 0 Die 1 4 S 10 4 - 9 10 JobnMtt 10 - 3 2 Kcyaer 10 - 13 Coolajr 10 - 0 3 ViriJ 0 0 - i 0 It II 14 - 14 34 Tatalt 34 Ift - U M ANina , Sit Vmivrt.Hr Htn U 13 14 1151 LI IS Wrc8llen Kim Second Omaha L i n c o 1 n Highs wrestlers finished second in a quaaranguiar match at Omaha Westside Saturday. The Links were priori hv Omaha South. Council Bluffs ADe Lincoln and Omaha West - side followed. Lincoln weight champions were on unaegam, and reie rarampeias, 127. Arnold Jones drew in the 138 title scrap. JRunneruns were Mike Dis. ney, 103, and Willard Shep - , ara, iw. Gagne Wins " mmm . ",s,i jShS'Jks - 4 Lloyd's 27 Sparks Mates John Lloyd peppered in 27 points Saturday night but the Whites lost to the Reds, 89 - 80, m the freshman preliminary to the Husker - Ohio game. Lloyd was outdistanced by the 20 - point outputs of Reel cagers Larry BornschlegL Bob Cook and Gary Haas. Petsch . . . sharpshooter. WHITES Uoyd Kortut Moor Gauxhan Merwick Smagacx Total Re 4 Hhitfa . REDS " M 27 Bornartilel 8 4 - S 20 M 19 Penney 3 2 2 8 Cook 4 1 - 3 9 Haaa 7 0 - 1 14 Cramer 0 1 - 2 1 Otto WilhU 34 114 SO Tot.lt 1 1 - 2 t i 2 3 3 - 4 20 4 - 7 20 3 0 - 3 4 3 0 - 14 4 3 2 10 37 15?8S 41 4 3 4180 " ' . . . - - - ' - . 'v f&VVI. PUt,. n ' By Dick Becker Mar - sviIlc' Ka" - became the latest soph - PXUPX S55 - S into a sur - It was the 3rd home vi museum. for Coach Jerry Bush's sophomore - laden squad as against a pair of road losses. "The key game was against Notre Dame," Bush declared after the game. "That win hag given the kids a spark and as long as they hustle, they can hold their own with any team.' The 2.500 fans on hand would agree with that observation. Bush used 13 of his players and 11 of them scored. Seven of them were sophomores. Game experience is beginning to pay off. A good ex - ample would be that Nebraska opened with a 30 - point defeat at Wichita. This Ohio U team dropped a 3 - point decision to Wichita and Nebraska turned around and slapped the Ohioans by 17 points. There were the usual good performances from veterans like Tommy Russell (15 points), Rex Swett (11) and Bill Bowers (8). But it was exciting to see pig Bill Vincent, the outstanding prepper from Omaha South. tOSS in his fircf tu, ' - wr I, rf v conegiate field goals with a Beautiful hook shot and an un stoppable jumper. There was Chuck Sladov - nik, a bruising battler from Omaha Holy Name, coming through with 9 points and penny Puelz performing coolly under the fire of an Ohio U. press. Nebraska took the lead early at 12 - 10 as Petsch scored on one of Bush's favorite out - of - bounds plays. Ohio U. never caught un aeain It was 38 - 28 for NU at half - time and the Huskers made it easy in the second half. They even refused to get excited when Ohio, for some unexplained reason, went into a Continued on Page SPt Col. J. Nebraska Matmen Tie Maiikato, 12 - 12 Husker wrestling coach Bob Mancuso's debut at home ended m a 12 - 12 tie with Mankato State Saturday night . - - - ... w v v m lowed the Nebraska haslef ball win over Ohio University. NU's season wrestling rec - ura is now i - u - i. The next meet is against Adams state College Monday at the Coli seum. Starting time is 7:30 p.m. Nebraska was trailing Man kato until Jim Rasohke AAU regional champ, de - cisioned Dave Ahl. 5 - 0 to riv the Huskers the tie. Dick 123 - lbs Davit M.'iimeth Mt A - . v an mi - nie irtt, 4 - 0, Dnieaemulkr fM). 50. l j - io. Ai DeLeon M) dc. Jim 147 lbs Dave Cook (N) dee. Kea Fuchi ILf k AZ t 137 - Hw - ffarokt Thompoo (N) dec. Barokl Ptersoa CM). 7 - 4. Mooto Petmoa (AO) dec. Km Fox N), 2 - 0. l?74b - Dav AM (ill 40. Gotdoo Qupmaa CH), 5 - 2. Pius X Scores 74, Loses Bishop Ryan Counters 83 Utah State's Ralston Now NU's No. 1 Prospect Johrfnv RaUtn"kfCn , , u l.ito .Sndida vacated by Bill Jennings. Some nf th. rm.m.. .. Johnny Ralston of Utah State took over as the leading candidate for the University of Nebraska football job Saturday. However, the field was of alter Hank Foldberg ac cepted the athletic director - football coach post at Texas A. and M. Foldberg had been offered the Cornhusker job being Pro Rassle Omaha MPV Despite Ice and snow 2,132 fans turned out fcaturday n'ght to see Yarn Gagne defend his world's heavyweight wrestling cham - l . I - 1 - ! ....... ..... k. . P'.onMiip over uon ieo Jonathan. With the match even at a xau apiece, Jonathan was disqualified for upsetting referee Roy Collini with a flying tackle from the top ring rope. rIn the semi - windup. Killer j cok iook two of 3 falls from lhor Hagen. Football LIBKRTV BOWL Syracuse IS Miami (Ha.) 14 , BLUEBONNKT BOWL Kinsai 33 ......Rice 7 BtltWelH SanlYaoisoo Ralston, 34, Learned Under Pappy Waldorf Sunday Journal and Star Special Logan, Utah - Coach John Ralston has had 3 years as a head college coach, all 3 at Utah State University here in Logan. yearnLrrinJdthf With 6 f thfiu losses th firs year. During the past two seasons, his team has been de. feated onlv 3 times and tA At age 34, Ralston is a business - like organizer of talent and assistant coaches. He relies upon a teamwork of staff assignments and planning to mold squad unity The Aggies play a variable - !1 offense, an offense Ralston learned as a player and coach under Lynn Waldorf at California and later with Coach Pete Elliott Ralston was an assistant coach for 3 seasons at California and a member of the 1958 Rose KiitA f 0Wl. siau' a 3 vcar letterman, he played Ralston for the Bear8 ln 1950 an(J 1951'RoSfB games. After Graduating frnm PaUfn coached as an assistant for two years at Concord. Calif and then went to San Lorenzo i California) High School as a head coach and compiled a 14 - 11 - 1 record. . The Ralston family includes wife, Patricia: 8 - vearld twin daughters, Sherry and Terry; and son! Unyt T7 VpJ1?! coach has been named Coach of the thu y4can and Iast as l fit . . m.. . . nv Ainieuc director Tip - pe Dye Indicated he had 4 candidates at the present time, but he declined to name any of them. Reports from Utah indicated that Dye and Ralston might be meeting soon. Ralston's Utah State teams have lost just 3 games in the last two seasons, the latest a defeat in the Gotham Bowl by Bay - lor. There were no indications that Ralston was as strong a candidate as Foldberg had been. Dye said, "There are a lot of successful, good coaches and just because one goes by the wayside doesn't mean we won't get a good one." 4 Dye has indicated he wants a successful head coach, one not in the Big 8 Conference and one not from the professional football ranks. This would seem to eliminate many coaches. Some of the countrv's sur. cessful young head coaches besides Ralston are: Jim La Rue of Arizona U. Jim Miller of Detroit U. Bill Hess of Ohio U. Ray Nagel of Utah. Bill Eliai of Virginia. Bob Devaney of Wyoming. There are veterans from the East like Jordan Olivar of Yale and John Bateman of undefeated Rutgers. In the field of assistants would be men like Bob De - Moss, who was so successful at Purdue when head coach Jack Mollenkopf was hospitalized this year. There are also "name" coaches who have been let out this year. This list includes Harold Lahar of Hou - ston, Bill Meek of Southern Methodist, Jim Myers of Texas A. and M., Andy Pilney of Tuiane, Dale Hall of Army and Eddie Erde - latz of the Oakland Raiders of the AFL. Dye indicated he hasn't talked to all of the coaches he is interested in. He will not make the names public uuw auer me contract has been made. To make sure that Nebraska's recruiting activities continue until a head coach is hired, Dye has Cletus Fischer working along with George Kelly and Jack Bra - ley. A&M Gives Foldberg 5 Years at $17,000 Possible Candidates 't I jlw aw .! Foldberg Omaha Lincoln p!ii? h.ri for a whirlwind haskAthr.11 victory was cut short by vmana Bishop Kyan and center Chuck Shimerdia Saturday night, 85 - 74. It was the highest prep score of the season by two Class A teams. Both teams matnfafnit blistering field goal percent - age but Shimerdia tossed in 19 second half points to hold on ine Lincoln club. Pius X had 4 players ia double figures, with Tom Mc Govern's 16 leading the wav. The Bolts had no one to match Shimerdia' gamp tnta! est ti or Bob Cascio's 22, however. The Lincolnites trailed 41 - 4(1 at the half and took th ua in the 3rd period but Shimerdia led a 29 - point Bishop Ryan final stanza that titmf the tide. Pius X hit 55 of it fiolrt goal attempts. Ryan had an amazing 75 record for tha first half. fits x Mink Sawdua 1 t'Ka'pou S Knutht Sul'vaa 4 F'uaco 1 Ryan i Totals rttia x OnaaJu Bl M feiHHOF mrA.v f t g IS Caaeto 19 - a 10 Siu nia U 10 - tt M 0 - 0 9 Hlas t M St l - t H TotaJa M tt - tt 1 M I i HA ru ... :m I U GV1 College Station, Tex. un - Henry C. (Hank) Foldberg, coach of Wichita, was named head coach and athletic director of Texas A&M Saturday, thus returning to the school where he got his start in college football. The 38 - year - old Dallas native was picked to succeed w.... , ilv oTcut v Aiuauitiiijg years as headman of the Aggies and who was fired the day after he finished his last season. Three weeks later, Foldberg, who piayed freshman football at A&M in 1941 and then varsity football at West Point, was selected as the best prospect for pulling the Aggies out of the doldrums. Foldberg got a 5 - year contract at $17, - 000 a year and will come here to take over following the Sun Bowl game at El Paso Dec. 30 where his Wichita team plays VU - lanova. It was known for days that Foldberg would be the new lt"m mCia,S WUW TnntmZ V JlamPin on trict censorship of the news because of unhappy experiences of 4 years ago whent fllli lhe job vacated bv Beflr Bryant Bryant who built A&M back to a national power, left to coach l?haml Duffy Daugherty, Red Sanders, Eddie FMk$f& watte"' as cach nly t0 have "ffi . Myers first turned down the job then took it uoon receiving a long petition from the student body P roldberg will be returning not only to the seen of hi first collect football hut hi. MrfuT ...ff? Cene f.m I I'lriiiiiiiiMiMiiiifiiin'nuinnnmiifiiiiiiimiiintit Sports Slate Sunday Local No events scheduled. National Football Minnesota Chicago, TV - 6 St 10, 1 p.m.t Pittsburgh v, St. Louis, TV 3, 1 p.m.; New Yerk Titang v. Dallas, TV - 7, 2:30 p.m. Monday Local Wrestling Nebraska v. Adams State College, NU Coliseum, 13th & Vine, 7 30 p.m. Regional i

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