The Lincoln Star from Lincoln, Nebraska on November 11, 1951 · Page 13
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The Lincoln Star from Lincoln, Nebraska · Page 13

Lincoln, Nebraska
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Sunday, November 11, 1951
Page 13
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HMHHppMMHMg November 11. !i LINCOLN SINOAY JOT'RNAL AND STAR 5 - ft Tlm Decker's after the SHMBf HF mBBB HERE COMES TROUBLE! Dick Mann, Iowa State's passing fancy, faces a horde of Nebraska defenders. He called MSHH '8 MONTHS FO PA1T.' I I 7 lt TP f : jJ&jSglfa, ' ,11 IMAGINE! A full - size General Electric "Speed J; v 'fe4afc' ' y.vt Cooking" Range with automatic oven at this kw, IflllMMflKSBMllHRLw "'BriSBR''7 'W' - " - r HIHwPOH v low price completely installed! BlBMBBlflBHBfr VHy HHL iHlr .m The price shown is the complete Hi TTWflPliK ..W IHl BHBBjBB fltlvJ V. flfllll no no transaction for ,i lHjjjjjHHf mB&L. i rT HhKVI J''M BLW JgjB.. installation. I he range is yours when you order it, WKL .mm SffTf 'Sg iKCf " v.SHCBBBVI SB Come in and see it today! Bi jBBwa ..1 ml iiHPMo BPjL nwSk FULLSIZE AUT0MAT,C ' V' - fc ''if j VmmI 1 A FULLY AUTOMATIC lw y m m - ' 4 vSlOy KDnUE ( oven and other great l ' ' ' g, w . i i I 1 Eaasgni I - n I m AUTOMATIC OVIM NfW EXTRA H1 - SREED OVERSIZE OVENI Holds S ROOMY ORAWERSI RUILT - IN IAMPI Lights TIMER! I - ett dinner cook CdnM hearting dojU 30 pound tax key with !. and kits of txtm op the enuio working br iteetf! cud siorag space! surfaeei HERE HE COMES! Johnny Bordogna displays determination as he heads for a five - yard gain. Clemson's Tigers Crusaders Top Marquette U. (Placement Gives 1UJ UUMUU VUllCC CLEMSON, S. C. (IP). Left Half Billy Hair passed for two touchdowns and ran for a third as his favored Clemson college football Tigers whipped Boston college, 21 - 2. Hair passed both times to Right End Glenn Smith in the first period to put the Tigers ahead, 14 - 0. Then in the wild final stanza, he ran wide for one yard to score the last touchdown. Boston college avoided a shutout with 10 seconds left in the game when End Bob Flanagan tackled Clemson Fullback Larry Cressette in the end ron. WORCESTER, Mass. OF). The once defeated Holy Cross Crusaders completely dominated the first half when they they scored five of their six touchdowns in whipping Marquette university, 39 - 13. It was the sixth triumph for the Crusaders and was achieved quickly, before 18,000 Fitton Field fans. Charlie Maloy, deft Crusader quarterback, scored three touchdowns and speedy Johnny Turco, who played only in the first half, scored a pair. The other was reg - iistered by Bob Doyle. It was an Holy Cross In the I first half when the Crusaders netted 299 yards, 189 aground, 19 I J IClUry westerners' 40 vards net. di - PROVO, Utah. (INS). Brigham vided equally over ground and Young took to the air in the through the air. jing moments of a Skyline con - And it wasn't until late in the ference game to gain 70 yards and third quarter the Milwaukee hill - tne winning touchdown against toppers crossed midfield against lno Utah Agg4 Holy Cross. The final score was BYU 28, A pass from Don Leahv of Utah State 27. Omaha to Edgar Mixan was good The one - point margin which tor 30 yards in a coring irr.. - . - .nd Vive BYU. its five home game and tackle for 36 yards on another screaming fans resulted from a : scoring play. penalty against Aggies during the! first placekick attempt. Jim Gar - DURHAM The 1942 "Rose rett, on his second try from 15 Bowl" game was played here as yards back, missed and lost the a wartime measure. J ball game. by I ll THIS M mm

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