The Lincoln Star from Lincoln, Nebraska on November 11, 1951 · Page 12
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The Lincoln Star from Lincoln, Nebraska · Page 12

Lincoln, Nebraska
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Sunday, November 11, 1951
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LINCOLN' SI N'DA V JOI RNAL AND STAR November 11, 1951 Mio, llllMIIM llll1' j Minnesota . . JIBn " I BBZZIZzl fljQ l PAIN IN Till M( K J cMt'r' Jf" I 'TrlL. J j NBRASKA LJ? I J role as he attempts to bulldog - - HMfback Jerry EHis to the tur in thehnM quarter "ska"1 7 n.Kf - svv j i azL,. mm fSZ I . 1 Aerials Aid Terps Over Navy, 40 - 21 hrill for Navy, which lost six games and tied the other, until hen game Navy had tne fourth quarter. Quarterback , M',rvianrrc BmnH at Mikc Sorrentino then pitched for Maryland s ground at - twQ Navy SCQres aftef Maryland lalfhme, Maryland held had run up a 34.7 lead - ncomfortable 14 - 7 lead Maryland came back for an - k Frank Brady kept the other tally to make its seventh 1 the ball game by run - straight triumph safe. g back a punt 100 yards for a Navy's rug: Red line forced " 000 fans. Maryland to go to the air for HAT WAS the only real of - the first time this season. The Tigers Trounce Harvard l. l "' IW 1 II DUdl 1" 'Ik - N.brMk. rl.r4.k. H. vuUh ..ft . .lr.,l d( StatiHc Plav - bv - Plav of First Hmker Victory Tmi K,.u,::,r,K j . 1 ui9u Levels K - State sk.," Ml.,:t What did you do when these stories broke? hMl I Pled Huik' " adh iilual StatU&i W - oill game nwiall total to 1.500 bfOM , retiring earlv in the finale, during 1 whieh Ins high - powered forces) Punched more than half of then , r 41. Kmanurl M..IM - ..I Sihnrll S.l.n.ll M inn t. ... Ih, iv l..r (,.,,,... s pul - mkied , on (he N. - hNnk.i s I ' hi.. k.l'J t,M.irn,,l .v.!, , d of 13,296 'I - . E the lopside.l 1 Kid I faulv hard ,,,,. I streak to I new E"j 1 inferior bu( itubbtrn mm KM Kill il RTKK am locked J ;uia.' - d to H. until 1h fatal 60 seeonds the TlgfTI MOf twice to break everv lhuvata heart in the Tl.MW gathenn - . rrinreton scored the third time it handled the ball after taking thr opening kickoff, and tins initial tourhdown resulted from a 11 vard iuhs from Ka, - maier to Harvey Mathis that nil M - yard dri 1,1 the UHm t.i'fhul , r.V. - .vff. r,.,Miv,i Is II. .1,1,. una hn.k. - Ihnmuli, MM IM kMM MgMlMl " , ,,,,,,,, of 1 1 nrrrnr.kv ho re ith just enough stair in jt unstoppable, ?PwdtTwtb! state's spectacul Yioier. th. iat . and gave the Gol "uZrior 7 Vara hn.ii ,V.;: - triumph, recus.r. - a hv s,.m,n.TH ..n the n u A homecoming saw the heavily favored Tutsans lead by only 21 - 13 at halftime ,HEA - .14; low (1 fter Kansas State's Georee Carter scored oti pass plays of 40 and 32 yards. , THE FRESHMAN end snagged - Mann parsed to Schmidt f r the second from Ted Maupin . .r.ts Man - s ra. was ,r mpi. ir HlS tWO tallies. Scored tWO ITlin - T" Mam,'1 p'.'aui ""hi ' - ' . in - utes before the intermission, left Hfea wf. one yard short 3 rm down the Wildcats only one point be - hncll ramtm - d I - s.t.N for a hrs. down imdi 14.13. Vmia''n moionTlS5w nmI to Vher' But their brashness stung Tulsa r.k for a wen v.r.i km Mmm.k t0 a fury that before the game's up on the ground. Only liberal substitutions from midway of the seeond half and frequent penalties, eostinic Tulsa 165 yards, held down the Iowa Nhrasti Hot donna MKomplete. Ilordonna was 1 , - derdahl .second la ' ' '.k.'"'umse" iroin THEN HNDIN. tie and in position to register ne S( ,,K1 : ,'nU, of the season's most shocking up - ;''''; c' sets. Harvard was inspired for the ,,K,; nMu x x next 14 minutes, until tvamaiei n dashed the.r hopes with sharp - H shooting teats that enabled Full - i, hack Kuss McNeil to end a 4! - ; yard thrust with a one - yard scoring plunge. I" Then, with only seconds to go ' bi'fore halltline. defensive Cllianl h. ,.n,a,do and Iowa ,v 'UU iT' , ' T . .. Svl.n. ll ran.M., ,1 ,,,hi Immm IwIWH WU nn - ai.d tor a donna Pass, ,1 I,. , - k:. ( on the L's Hot na I ot two. Bardoni ptmi.d to ll.vt - temrnrd Ml vards to the Nebraska II a Slnlc - svhnell pkked up (iw Cn ; Mann s Pass Iowa Slate w.M Mull, ii inlerlerred on Mann s Pas Nam, Ponsemo. Nehraska lten,.l e. kr' u.'ePl. d "TantCs pa"s and - SB;. ha'.'i ,;''";,,' Fullback Howard Waugh proas slopped hv ,n vided one of the contest's greatest n'a'" .wnVJ thrills with a 54 - yard scoring i touKht h,s over, romp and Sub Halfback Gene hk . si. iow Helwig dosed the Hurricane's :nt u nde. point - making with a 15 - yard AMKA - si. iowa scarnper ending a 63 - yard march. ,ff . i. ; rroekpr's touchdowns were from eight and two yards out after drives of 41 and 13. Parsons went over on 10 and one - yard rambles to climax 61 and 71 - yard nuv he' kns,.s s Tulsa right . Idaho Almost YMCA lo Conduct IMivsiral Exams Popples Cougai ' s'r ItWKBr' I .In N.hfask,." Ilordogna failing l ' - '.' ""sl Sehraska !:.... ,..,, , 1 Ion nor,,,.Ba s long ,o I' lorn Nor, is Pass otlj , Iho ,,m , S((U. , , ,u. pL( in, Jerdahl punted o Mi v tuh , ,,u ,,, u , ,lu. hillt , 4 "vis No - ,).....,, end ior eih. sar.K 11 .,... , , ed.ldahl was long Mordogn., Yank Pitcher Up ; Following Surgery v;' to take its 9 to 6 lead. .osi:whji 1126 - 28 P Street Bimi .INC. Ml Day vfir 30c per line Ilk OPEN J Call 2 - 7850 SLU WW Reservations All'IMOHK. (T'r Vie Raschi Washington State came fi,,: ced out of John Hopkins hos - behind 30 seconds before the half I minus the frayed knee ;e which had pained the big r York Yankee pitcher near the end of the 1951 baseball sea - A OPEN R ALLEYS Every (fffi Afternoon N Nights , .v Call IT 2 - 7828 for Reservations Unjoin Bowling Parlon 237 No. 12 gll AT prnfMmMfr :bowl - mor: Nebraska's Finest! 0 Lanes Fountain A Luneh It's No Military Secret! N - ST. Au,i:,Pasr,s HAND TRUCK This is an all purpose truck, ideal faTm,' deHverv trucks, jrrain where merchan dise is handled Also Other Type Trucks For All Purposes JUDAH DISTRIBUTING CO. 1609 N St. Lincoln. Nebr Phone 2 - 4252 Basketball Players Admit Bribes. You asked: What players? What teams? Anybody 1 know? What games did they throw? Who bribed them? How much money? leopard Escapes from Zoo. You asked: What zoo? How did he get out? Anybody hurt? Will they catch him? Maybe you heard a flash report on TV or radio. But the minute you got a chance, you grabbed for your newspaper. You knew it was the only place to get the whole story - fast. There in the paper was everything . . . facts you couldn't get in a hurried broadcast ... or couldn't wait for till they appeared in magazines. Every day dozens of stories are only half - told or not told at all - until you read your newspaper. Miss an issue and you feel like a hermit. For it always turns out that something has happened that everybody knows about but you. And everybody else feels the same way. Everybody reads the newspaper every day - for the new s on Tito ... or for prices on Hoprlong Cassidy shirts for boys. That's why, when you have something to sell, the newspaper is the place to reach all the people all the time . In advertising, why deal in fractions? Magazines reach only fractions of your market. Each one appeals to some people Record Snow Buries City. You asked: How deep is it? Traffic stopped? How will I get to work? Who's snowed in? Anyone frozen? - not to others. No magazine is read by everyone in town who can possibly buy. Radio and TV programs reach only fractions, too. Each one appeals to a limited audience - sport fans, homemakers, kids, etc. And how many of these can listen at the time you broadcast? The newspaper talks to everybody in town. It's created fresh every day for everybody. Just as you read the paper now, all of your customers and prospects read the paper, too - at the time they choose, for as long as they choose. Only the newspaper is first with th most news . . . first with the most people, first with the most advertisers. The newspaper is always "first with the most" Journal ant $lar

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