The Lincoln Star from Lincoln, Nebraska on September 30, 1956 · Page 12
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r TTVCOLN SPTOAT JOFRVAL A VP STAK Vptt - mher 30, 1958 Purdue Downs Missouri 16 - 7 In Coach's Debut Iowa 27 - 0 Victor antage. They added a i wild fourth period. Tiro Breaks Drub Indiana In Big 10 Test - rm mm MMMIM m , I, ill i i i i i ; BLOOMIXGTON. Ind. (UP - Iowa's football forces turned two breaks into touchdowns aiid then ground through the line for two more scores Saturday to drub Indiana, 27 - 0, in a Big Ten conference clash before 25,000 fans. It was a warm, sunny day, and the teams slowed perceptibly in the second half. But that was when the Hawkeyes put on pressure through the line and drove 82 yards for one score and 69 for another. But throughout the contest, Indiana's passing attack, led by Gene Cichowski, the Big Ten's third leading thrower a year ago, ! couldn't consistently pierce Iowa's j defense. Cichowski, who played about half the game, completed only four of 10 throws tor 39 yards j and a sophomore replacement, ; Steve Filipowski. hit on four of seven tries for 35 yards. Iowa's alert defenders turned two Indiana's passes into a Hawk - eye bonus. Center Charles Pierce j intercepted Cichowski's first aerial on the Indiana 25 and it took only nine plays before sophomore fullback John Nocera plunged for a touchdown from the one. Another pass by Bill Takacs was intercepted by Ken Ploen to break up what might have been Indiana's best offense of the day. Iowa 13 7 7 - 27 plunge). Ploen Illinois Comeback Stuns Cal : l " g 4 CHAMPAIGN, 111. ( - California rolled up a 20 - 0 half - time bulge Saturday and then rolled over and died as Illinois lashed across four touchdowns within 64 minutes of the third period en route to a 32 - 20, season - opening football victory. The Golden Bears, 13 - point underdogs, displayed such passing and running finesse in the first half it looked as if the Illini would be disgraced before 54,333 fans, a record home opening crowd. Then the Hum's ineptness turned key's poor 19 - yard mnTS tackled Ron Marquette be - ears was taken by j hlIld the goai fa the closing min - California 38. In ules Fullback Billy Prieer got Wisconsin Overpowers Rehn i Id i ii M arq ne tte PM 5 - 20 111 j , - ..s irt. - art., f . Vurnblu lt ....'.'.'.'.".'. 1 " 2 Yardi jriilliiil . 7i ? MADISON. Wis. (i - Wisconsin, operating without a grade A passer for the first time in many years, ' reeled off five touchdowns on the ground and one by air Saturday to including a 76 - yard touchdown trounce inexperienced Marquette, carter in the first quarter. 4J - 0. Five other backs broke into the A Camp Randall Stadium crowd scaring column for the Badgers, of 52.700 watched the Badgers, led wn0 handed Marquette its worst by dashing Danny Lewis of Free - ! shellacking since 1949 in the 32 - hold, N. J., score their 13th straight Sarre series. In 1949. Ivy William - victory over their intra - state rivals son hrke in a Wisconsin's head from Milwaukee. OOI ll with an identical score. GUESTS COMING! f' & V j I bvthe t5 - fo Oklahoma 36 No. Carol ina 0 OKLAHOMA TOUCHDOWN Quartei Sooners Raek Up Touchdown Volley Melts Tars NORMAN, Okla. I - National champion Oklahoma opened a new - football season Saturday but it was the same old story the Sooners won their 31st straight game by pummelling North Carolina 36 - 0. The triumph before a partisan sellout crowd of 60,000 tied Okla - homa's national college record of 31 straight victories set by the 1948 - 49 - 50 teams of coach Bud Wilkinson. It was an especially bitter defeat for North Carolina coach Jim Tatum coaching his first year for the Tar Heels returning to the gridiron where he gained recognition as the Oklahoma coach in 1946 when Wilkinson was his back - field assistant. Oklahoma started out Saturday 5 j0 256 216 playing sluggishly and could;, t Ptatiiu yrrtM .7.7.7.7.'. 11 N settle down until the last half of intercepted by'!"" 1 0 1 the second quarter. Suddenly the Punts. ...7.7." - M Mi.e Sooners exploded with three touch - vanis penalized 7.7.' 77.7.7 30 25 downs in four minutes and from VAMSTON III tfl Bob Mc then on it was all Oklahoma ex - mJz J Jjjjg t'own product who cept for one brief time in the third .J Evanston High School quarter. Scored two touch d wr" and' p'k'ed Wilkinson used all 61 of the play - i both extra points Saturday in leaders who suited up in an effort to j ing Northwestern to a 14 - 13 vie - kept down the so Oklahoma's two halfbacks, Ail - American Tommy McDonald and Clendon Thomas, did a terrific job of pilling up yardage when it counted as the Sooners made 344 yards rushng and added 61' McDonald mr.de two touchdowns Second quarterback Jay WowiM - ft ym ujnJ, tne Warrif who gets ! really clicl he hits t! chipptd III Detroit defeated last week. 53 - pound Negro j SiW Slart but, i ma - e. .16 - 0 Win power in the second quarter when it made three touchdowns in the last five minutes and 40 seconds to take a 21 - 0 edge at the half. The first TD came at the end of a 52 yard drive with Jay O'Neal going on a 17 - yard play after tak - lateral trom David Baker. Carl Dodd converted. Clendon Thomas made the second score Scrappy Iowa State Scares Northwestern Before Defeat Statistics tory over Iowa State in the Wild - cats's football opener. McKiever gained 120 yards in 22 carries and made Coach Ara Par - seghian's debut in Big Ten cir - successful one aithougn Iowa State battled down to the 7 as the final gi Kudlinski, a fc foiirth quarter rany Michigan Trounces Weak UCLA, 42 - 13 Smari Ball - Hawking Hip Factor Against Bruin's Inexperience piavlng behind an all - veteran line! ha(j a big parl in the Michigan j u.iumph in the wolverines' 76th opening game played before 67, - 739 tans It was i r Blue Rock Shoot Sun., Sept. 30 1 P.M. Ham, bacon, chicken and practice shooting OPEN TO PUBLIC Izoak Walton Gun Club 5100 No. 48th on a 12 - yard run through center and then with less than a minute left Ail - American Tommy McDonald scored from the three after a pass interception set up the touchdown. Neither team was able to scratch in the third quarter but North Carolina made its first serious touchdown threat. Taking a recov - with only nine seconds remaining in the third quarter. Iowa State came to life late in the third quarter. Trailing 14 - 0, the Cyclones punted to Northwest - ern's 32, but George Gondek fumbled and Chuck Muelhaupt recovered for Iowa State on the Wildcat 32. A 5 - yard penal' y and a I yard loss put the ball on the 38 from where Latting raced to his first touchdown. Late in the fourth quarter, McKiever punted 59 yards to Iowa State's 14. Fullback Marv Walter smashed 23 yards and two more running plays netted Iowa State a first down on its own 48. Kud - linski then whipped his 42 - yard pass to halfback Paul Shupe on North western's 15. Latting pow - ered his way into the end zone. :le Andy Cvciko of Nnrth - n fumbled the ensuing kick - and Kixilin Less than tw early favorites struck again. ' halfback, set u , ' :. S)A8T0 GLASS i Saturday against , , , M ed fumble on Oklahoma's 40 the larched to the Oklaho ma six. But a fourth down pass was intercepted by Oklahoma center Bob Harrison to end the threat. scoring - TniKhdn; - , r - r - B krr - . - rr M Dora'i f vard ri'ii mm iianr. H v .1 i mm Dodd. Pnccr I the next play as the game end - loua State Iowa Stat scoring Touchdown! Scheldrup ' Touchdowns: CM . tt Plunge; 26. Initial Spartan Warfare Nets Win Over Stanford First downi !.l7h'!u: .'.r! Pmm ','''7' s intercepted by . Jwogh ardj penalized 50 m ;elentleSs' run - tack, paced by 200 - pound Gophers I Whip Foe j to leave the score 14 - 7 at halfUme. j . Sub Minnesota quarterback Bobby I Cox. who was a varsity player at j Washington two years ago, engi - neered this drive and tossed the j counting three - yard pass to half - nd little Tommy Fleti Saturday, In - . cessful debut for new h Jack Mollenkopf. Colorado Shuts Out K - State tlurd - quarter touchdowns, one a 57 - yard pass - run play by quarterback Boyd Dowler, to open the Big Seven football campaign Saturday with a 34 - 0 victory. Sophomore halfback Howard Cook pitched the scoring pass to ! Dowler and hurled a b - yara toss q fnd Jerry Leahy in the end zone to highlight LOioraao s mira - quarter burst Another sophomore halfback Eddie Dove, set off the spree with a 27 - yard scoring run on an inside reverse. Midway of the fourth period. Colorado fullback Jack Becker broke over right guard and cut to the outside on a 28 - yard touchdown romp. Cook capped an outstanding performance with an 80 - yard quick kick after Colorado was shoved back to its 8 in the third quarter on a holding penalty. Fullback John Bayuk paved the way for Colorado's first touchdown in the second period by intercepting quarterback Dick Corbin's pass on the Kansas State 40. K.nka. gM o o e he Spartans a winning start on their 1956 season Saturday with 21 - 7 football victory over Stanford's Indians. An even 7 - 7 game at halftime, the battle turned completely in Michigan Slave's favor with two third period touchdownf, could run only five plays in the decisive charter. WRESTLE TUESDAY NIGHT October 2 Wrestling Starts 8:30 VERNE GAGNE BILL MELBY THE RUSSIANS Boris and Nicoli VOLKOV Ohio Stale Raps Huskcrs vay Final Fling In came the second unit and two Baa smashes gave the Bock - eves a first down on 'hf Nebraska Clark darted through a hole onLhmw); Pin ' CMvwtfaati the rieht side of his line and raced ' I SaWrs iane uaterai pu out for the The Buckeye seconds recovered a Greenlaw fumble on the NU 26 in the dying moments and got as far as the 16 but they couldn't register another score. Actually the statistics serve to tell the story. Nebraska was outdowned 30 - 4 in the first half, but only 9 - 8 in the second. The Huskers could net only 66 yards in the first half, but collected 1!9 in the second. One Sided And the final yardage figures serve to point out the superiority of the Buckeyes. They rolled up net total of 478 yards M 09 r ; ! the Cornhuskers. I With the knowledge that few Nttm n".'U meet this fall will have the awesome power that they faced here, the Hustling Huskers look forward to the Big Seven race with confident anticipation It was no disgrace to lose to Ohio State. Few, if any teams, will beat the Buckeyes this fall. pi'Vns?'." "l Statistics I'asv (nlrrctptioa n for Reasons why we have the best deal: Extra low pressure Nation - wide Guarantee Full lise Nationally Advertised Customer iatitfaetloa or your money back on a nationwide batii Sili rit tale tread design Better guarantee than tires eosting 1 tintei m nudl tr ounce first quality materials 8 months nationwide road hazard guarantee : NO MONEY DOWN I FREE FRONT END I pay as you ride ALIGNMENT CHECK ' lash Then Fletcher went to work in ernest. Purdue took over on its 37 core , following a punt exchange, and and four plays later Fletcher wiggled tne his way through half a dozen Missouri defenders for 35 yards and the score. Dawson again con - ' verted, P" PhSm 7 0 7 2 ' Mr - v.u.i I ill TMeMvwa: Lale Rally Gives KU 27 - 27 Tie LAWRENCE, K?n The Kansas' Jayhawks scored on Homer Floyd's 31 - yard sprint with a minute and seven seconds remaining to tie the College of the Pacific Tigers 27 - 27 in an interactional football thriller Saturday. An estimated 17.000 fans barely had time to sit down before College of Pacific opened the explosive contest with an 80 - yard scor. :ng pass from Quarterback Jim Reynosa to end Farrell Funston. Tom Green kicked tne point. Keeping ahead on its passing. College of Pacific led 13 - 6 at the half and at one time in the third quarter enjoyed a 2o - 6 fttfriBUfft, Late in the third, the Jayhawks pulled within seven points of a tie. 13 - 20. Mm they knotted the count at 2" - all when quarterback Dave Preston sneaked over from a yard out. and Galen Wahlmeier converted with four minutes gone in the fourth. College of Pacific lost little time getting ahead again, this time on a four - yard pass play from Tom Flores to Funston, but the Kan - sans had their prize lick yet Floyd's zig - zag spring down the middle. Wahlmeier's kick tied tht score. College of Pac:f:c picked up 237 yards through the air but was limited to 91 yards on the ground. 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