The Lincoln Star from Lincoln, Nebraska on September 30, 1956 · Page 11
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Ohio State 34 Purdue . . Nebraska . 7 Missouri . . Col. 5, Below V" 211 16 North nes n 14 Michigan . 7 Iowa State 13 UCLA . . . Page 2 - 1 J Page 2 - B 42 Oklahoma 36 Mary land , 13 N. Carolina 0 W. Forest , J W 2 - P Page 6 - 11 6 Kaiwos . . 27 Pitt 14 0 COP . . . 27 Syracuse . 0 Page 2 - B Page 6 - B Rugged Ohio State Halts Slow Starting Huskers, 34 - 7 TVt Evens Second Half Score Blocked Buckeye kick . . . bouncing into end zone. Standings Eagles Fly By Weslevan Mmil "HHRM COLUMB - !)ha:,t r.r. . . . . Which one made the touchdown? ...the scorers gave it to Peterson. ers. 34 - 7. here Saturday. With 82,153 roaring fans probably the largest crowd to watch a game anywhere Saturday on hand, Woody Hayes and his Buckeyes served notice that they want consideration as one of the top football teams in the nation. They certainly do. Sift Attack Striking with rugged swiftness, the Buckeyes tallied twice in the first quarter and two more times in the second to leave the field at halftime with a 27 - 0 lead and the game had all the promise of But Pete Elliott's Cornhuskers came back to stage a fine second half performance, playing Ohio State to a draw. It was the Nebraska second team that supplied the Husker touch down in the third period. ing his first appearance) drove from their own 35 to the Buckeye 25. Ohio State took over on downs But the Husker line, now manned by the second unit forced a punt situation fourth down on the Ohio State 21. Petersen in Nay Frank Kremblas never got his kick away. Husker Tackle Jerry Petersen led a trio of linemen through a gap in the State defense and Kremblas booted the ball off Jerry's chest. The ball bounced 10 yards back into the end zone where the Cambridge junior wrapped around the ball to score the Husker's lone; touchdown, George Harshman kicked t h e extra point to make it 27 - 7. Some sensational punting by Buck Halfback Don Sutherin kept; the Cornhuskers in a hole in the J early moments of the fourth pe - riod before they launched their best drive on the day. I Sutherin's first boot rolled dead I 'Huskers forced another kick he ; drove the ball out of bounds on the three. NT Plays Click Fine running by Larry Naviaux and Jerry Brown and a wayward 1 pass from Quarterback Roy Stin - ! nett to Bill Hawkins ate up ground as the Huskers marched 88 yards ,; .... : :.. Or., i sm - .o ' But the drive stalled on the State 10 when Greenlaw elected to pass on a pttchout and fourth down the ball was knocked down in the end zune. It was in the first half that the Bi:ck - ves showed why thev are favorites to repeat as Big Ten champions for the third straight year. Howard (Hopalongi Cassady, their great All American, was gone. But the fellow who killed the Huskers in 1955 wasn't even missed on this sunny afternoon. There were six minutes and 13 seconds left in the first quarter when the Buckeyes capped a 77 - yard drive with a touchdown. Xever - Say - Die Redlegs Dead Bums Wear Pennant Tie as Braves Lose Saturday's Results Chadron Spoils NWlPs Rid M By 19 - 7 Win Compiled From News Wires What started out to be a beautiful fall day in Milwaukee turned out cold and gray Saturday night. The St. Louis Cardinals upended Milwaukee, 2 - 1, in 12 innings at St. Louis to push the Braves a full eame behind Brooklyn in the torrid National League pennant race. The Braves' setback coupled with Brooklyn's twin victory over Pittsburgh, clinched at least a pennant tie for the Dodgers. If Brooklyn loses its game today with Pittsburgh and the Braves ' stop St. Louis, the two teams will enter a best of three playoff ser - ! ies with the winner facing the New York Yankees in the 1956 World Series. The Dodgers, all but dead just 24 hurs ago. arose from the grave Saturday afternoon and killed; j Pittsburgh in a rhubarb - filled dou - bleheader. 6 - 2 and 3 - 1. By winning the doubleheader. ! I the Bums also eliminated Cmcin - j nati from the National League pen - 1 nant flag. A Thriller .$uii Dan Journal anii far Section B tember 30, 1956 sixth for the Cardinals. Don Blas - ingame belted a double between Bruton and Hank Aaron for the first hit off Spahn. Alvin Dark, the next man up, caught hold of a pitch and drove it off the left - center field wall at the 400 - foot mark to score Blasingame with the tying run Brooklyn's old pros battled back to within reach of their second , third - base dribbler for a singli but then was called out at second on a force play when Labine fol - i lowed With a bunt. I The Brooklyn argued that short - I stop Groat had left the bag to ! grab a high throw from catcher ! Hank Poiles, but Umpire Vic Del - nvre r, - A nrm. The Cincinnati Redlegs went : down to the final wire m the Na - : tional League pennant race with ; a 9 - 6 victory over the Chicago i Cubs on a five - run, nintn inning attack. Ties Record It was Ko. 221 for the Redlegs, tying the season mark established by the New York Giants in 1947. Frank Lary pitched his 21st victory cf the season behind a 15 - hit attack Saturday as the Detriot Ti gers hammered the Cleveland Indians, 9 - 1, only hours after AJ Lopez announced he was retiring as Cleveland manager at Cleveland. Mickey Mantle virtually clinched the American League batting title as an all - time record for players used in one game was set Saturdav Jimmy Roseboro bucked over j from the one - yard line with th tally. Fred Kriss' kick was partially blocked by Husker Left End Marlm Hilding. It was purely a case of the State backs picking up short gains as the Buckeye line, with big Jim Parker, Aurelius Thomas, Dick Guy and Bill Michael blasting the holes, paved the way. The Big Ten club needed 12 plays to break the ice, but the second touchdown came much easier. A minute after the Huskers failed to move, George Harshman dropped back to punt. On his own IS State Right End I.eo Brown blocked the kick, scooped up ball and raced into the end zone. This time Kriss made good on the PAT. Second quarter action saw the Buckeves turn on a deadly display of power around the Husker ends and then take to tne air. Nebraska got its initial first Individual Statistics M U SK V ill BH1NG lime Wrds Net ,,rrud Oa.ned d. At. .mn im MM nvivr. ' At romp, mt'd Vd. ; down by rushing midway in the I quarter, but the drive was stalled when Roseboro intercepted Stinnett's long pass on the Buckeye Quick TD In hist ninA nlovc fV,a V . crowd was on its feet to cheer her tally and the Nebraska must have thought they'd led with Hurricane Betsy. i th I Bos i Rec Western Loop Chiefs Meet To Clear Soos' Position Football Raseorbacks a 7 Clip AjH estern 14 . . . IoJ LITTLE ROCK nrk. i Little fe Kansas State 0 Rers PerhaP V i tie) Col of Pacific 27 the smallest Players in major col - tnt 36 North Carolina "o ege folnaM - sparked the Arkan - Bv ,iim RAG14N Staff Sports Writer estern League baseball is far as the 1956 pennant c concerned. ut directors of the loop i 19 - ersectK lal trii Oklahoma A&M here 6 put it over," said Stoddard. jjj "Stock will cost $10 a share and ; Mi ' DO individual or company will be j allowed to buy more than 100 Ch shares. St :'higan 42 . . . . UCLA 13 iconsin 41 Marquette 0 ; Udy a 27 Indiana 0 Overbey, a 146 - pound senior. 10is 32 California 20 grabbed a lateral and zipped 46 higan 42 UCLA 14 'yards down the sideline to set up STATE COLLEGE ! Arkansas' first touchdown. idron State 19 Wesleyan 7 He fired a long pass to Teddy rling 32 Dana 7 j Souter, a play that covered 42 stints 32 Wayne 0 ' yards and carried to the Okiah "p.j THER COLLEGES j Nesbitt went over from pi 37 Kentucky 7 1 the first TD and dived d 6 Wake Forest 0 ; for the second. 2 VMI 12 William & Ma MMr. Gm Beats lirliriiiji Nashua i Waener. Cincinnati 7 . field pavilion. Tie fuss with the umps began the Chicago White Sox beat the But with two men out in the in the fifth. Campy beat out a 'Kansas City Athletics, 5 - 1. ur" . i DODGERS IN HAPPY MOOD Roy Campanella puted possession of first place in the hot National j Labine off .his leet in the dressing room of the to just seven hits m winnm - the second game of Brr.ur.ivi. Dodkerj, afrr t'e lean t - - k o.v: .... , Sa..;;ia'i deuriheadcr x - P) ' 1 the middle of the field by himself and uncorked a 27 - yard touchdown pass. Kriss added his third extra point and the Buckeyes got a big ovation when they jogged off the field leading 27 - 0. M Fights Back Nebraska recovered from the first half onslaught and carried the fight to the Buckeyes in the second luled him down f Nebraska 19. The Husker line the: the Bucks. against the touted Buckeyes' afte halftime intermission. But the tremendous second - hal battle waged by the Huskers tool its toll in physical strength. : a Nebraska drive died ci the State 10, the Big Ten cham Continued to Page ' - B, Col. I

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