The Lincoln Star from Lincoln, Nebraska on November 25, 1951 · Page 11
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Valiant Huskers Fall, 27 - 0 RV WAIT harrivc Oklahoma's highly - touted gridiron machine sputtered on two cylinders through three quarters out finally went into high gear m the last period to mark up two ouchdowns and defeat our Nebraska Cornhuskcrs, 27 - 0, on: Memorial Stadium sod Saturday afternoon - Slightly over 30,000 of the faithful were on hand to see Coach Bud Wilkinson's efficient, precision - like OU squad romp off with its 26th consecutive conference triumph and salt away its fourth straight undisputed Big Seven conference championship. THE FINAL score doesnt tell story of Nebraska's valiant fensive stand through three periods while holding the husky young men from Norman to two touchdowns. Dennis Emanuel, Bob Mullen, Bill Schabacker, Jerry Minnick, Don Boll, Ed Husmann. Carl Brasee and Jim Yeisley all played brilliantly. They were in the Sooner backfield a rood share of the afternoon, often causing Quarterback Eddie Crowder to throw off balance. Several laterals went haywire but Sooner luck held up and the Oklahomans recovered a big majority of their fumbles. I Actually it was Oklahoma's i tight defense with big Jim Weatherall in his usual role of giant killer, that paved the way for OU's triumph. It was the first later game in the Huskers last 21 starts in its own territory, that NU failed to score. The Sooners marched 40 yards ' It was Oklahoma that last. for their second TD. ! turned the trick in 1949 by wal - j A Crowder - to - IIeatly pass for loping another of Bill Glassford'sj 12 yards and Buck MeFhftil'a clubs, 48 - 0, right here on Huskerj off tackle thrusts put the ball on sod. the Nebraska 9 - yard stripe. Nebraska ended up with a net Buddy Leake went over stand - loss by rushing of 17 yards and ing i from eight yards out. was outdowned, 16 to 2. Weatherall converted to make it I 14 - 0. The half ended without I OKLAHOMA scored fairly early j further scoring, in the first period when Larry! Meanwhile, Nebraska was at - Grigg, behind near - perfect inter - 'tempting an assault with Johnny ference, raced 72 yards to pay Bordogna and Ray Novak operat - dirt on a punt return. He was hit ing at the tailback post, but got as he caught the ball but shook only as far as the Sooner 38 m loose and then went all the way. the second period. The Huskers Weatherall converted to make it got exactly nowhere in the second 7 - 0. The quarter ended a littlelcanto, although Bob Mullen's in - they were finally stvmied on the H with fourth down and 11 yards to o. Eddie Crowder gambled an I leather on downs I the third period after for Nebraska mint which w turned by C.rlgg to the OC Leake, neatly and Mcl Oklahoma cot a break ment later when Georee Clin He ele, - t,Ml t.. ,..vs ami. finding' fumbled on the (ninth down arw ir 18 yards ami a first down on llusker LM. Three plays later ! '" te Nebraska six Dick Heatlyhad a touch hwn Crowder set l ampere,! thiooeh the middle on up with a IH - vaid gallop .c. - r th. ,e lust pla ioi the thud Sooner llusker left side Weatherall' mrhdoun third conversion ended the KOX Emmanuel blocked Weather - ing for the afternoon. 11 attempted kick from place - The tussle ended a few min ten but the Sooners were in utes later after Oklahoma ha , thrilled llusker Bir Ton Boid Nod Monday ffBStB iJW In JnMHj Slatislics SM ::::::. i .1 SHOVEL PASS GOOD FOR TEN Ray Novak picked up ten yards after taking this ibovt l past from John Bordogna. i Stall Photo by Ralph Fox.) f fci&lA fZmtsni Niudc lllinsic day night to have the match of - , final. ; Wilson sent telegrams to each of the ten Western conference I faculty representatives, asking Baylor Edges SMU Bears Want I Bowl Bid Methodists razzle - dazzle p; ind running attack, 14 - 13, n if the roughest games ever ,e that got its inspiration when flinging Freddie Benners was injured and removed from the game in the first quarter. Left Half Henry Stollen - uerrk rnt the touchdown on a 1 - yard plunge after setting the .Mustangs aflame with a 33 - yard gallop through right guard. His little brother, Sam, kicked the tra point. the trv average. Heatlv. Md'hail and Crowder each averaged four yards i or oeuer per try to ieau me Sooner offensive. And so ends a disappointing Without doubt the Huskers are a better ball club than their record shows but teams were able to. rash in on nearly every mistake. Injuries, especially to Reynolds and then Coach Glassford had switched to f rcj the H i J Spread" were heartbreaking To date the Huskers have beaten only lowi State and tied Kansas State while losing seven .'J Z TeT' iT'i "J?. : "'"1 touchdown wl ich - fter Baylor zoomed 63 yards to the two on a pass from Larry Isbell to Harold Riley, with Hiiey running mosi oi me distance. Left Half Don Carpenter crashed through left guard from the 1, and C. O. Brocato kicked the point. LOOK OUT BELOW!Bob Mullen grimaces as n is 205 pounds head turfward after he swiped a Field Goal Gives Illinois Big Ten Crown, Bowl Trip EVANS 1 UN. III. !'). Jllinois.i yards, then Norm Kragseth for Orange an - ) Blur its first unde - choking up completely deep in 22. Finally, from the Illinois M. (rated - rason siii. r 1027. tourlidown territory, won the Big Bur son hurled to Kragseth. Illinois, ranked - ivth nationally, jTen football title and the Rosei whose motor was running a step now got! to the Rofi Bowl for jBowl gratuity by squeezing past from the ffoal line. Kragseth. the WCO&d UWW Northwestern, 3 - 0, on Sam Rebec - the rangy end. stretched for it. In 1944 the llhni troUDCbdd jca's 16 - yard field goal in the sec - Then, in bolted Al Rrosky to Northwestern, I'u - o, to gain the rd period. snap it up for a touchdown - bowl amt ill Which they defeated Playing as if they were with - , saving interception one foot H.CL.A., 4a - M. to ta.t 6fl the lout anti - freeze in the 25 - degree from the pay off zone. Big Ten - fa - il'ic - oast conference temperature, the Illmi froze up The hard - earned triumph was howl series. Stanford appeals to after rampaging beyond the Illinois' first over Northwestern lie the likely Illmi foe New Year's Northwestern 8 - yard line four, in live years and provided the day. BAYLOR nitOVL 51 yards and Fullback Richard Parma tallied om the six to send Baylor ahead. Bill Forester, last week's na tional lineman of the week, scored S.M.U.' second touchdown, but Sam Stollenwerck s try lor poini was wide. Baylor helped S M U. to lt.s sec - The M ushers clo::e their heel ic ' " ' ' ! ' ' ' (' ' ; chartfedltha Oklahoma ihad get the UUy up with an jn. i hmwa. Kill terception, at Baylor's 3d. T - ki Jmm Nci..n, Wfihraii, itow - The victory, Baylor's first n,e liKJh, kept the Bears in con - , , ik, Mi i!lv . le.ion toi ma (aiiif.rcntt uue, tiaylor musi Deal nice next week and rely on S.M.U. to beat I'aynich, Knunurl. Mullen. Minnick. lUndnhy, Pro - Bowl host. T.C.U. in order to become Cottor U.'M, .,,, (,(.' Krnnedy. Lotim ftam WHttm at SJltft n m iM LndiTiduft Ststialiei M UK HK REBEC'CA'S three ooints crew to mammoth proportions as the M game proceeded, and eventually Nebraska College All - Star Teams Standout players of the Nebraska College, Central ( hureh. and 4 - JC conferences are honored In this edition. See the Sunday Journal and Star All Star squads appearing on Pftft !& Eliot Sings In Shower I EVANSTON, 111. Pj. Rose ! Bowl talk had been so hush - hush during Illinois' football campaign that the Big 10 champions waited a full 15 minutes in their dressing room before breaking loose with "California, Here I Come!" The strains of the song were sung with full - lung strength by Coach Ray Eliot's players only after they had peeled off their uniforms and jumped under the showers. bowl talk so thoroughly by the aurl(ella. a halfback with I anxious Eliot that it took them ""Khty wiggle to his hips and quite a timme to realize that "' - v'somc blocking made a T - n - the subject no longer was for - M"s"'' w"ltz "f lh(' ''"nual football bidden game with Kentucky, 28 - 0. Illinois began " klckine "on "third Li. . f.u:Wr . downs in a close - to - the - vest ef - tV - ,m uh - , - t(v d, - ',.re.ted tn hv Tennessee Whams Kentucky, Parilli Duke Rallies Late To Best Tarheels DURHAM, N. C. (UP). Fresh - j man Quarterback Jerry Barger, I guided his Duke Blue Devils from behind to win their "big game": J over North Carolina, 19 - 7, and. then, knocked out and exhausted,: , was carried from the field in his moment of triumph late in the I game. A capacity crowd of 50,000 J watched Barger, wonder boy from 1 Salisbury, N.C., spark drives by the young Duke team that tabbed Coach Carl Snavely with his sixth; straight loss and heightened speculation that the "Grey Fox" will lose his job. I Standings Teeh Subs Beat , Davidson, 34 - 7 fort to nreservp thp Northwestern, in the same luation as a year ago when it msed the Illini. 14 - 7. nearh ipeaiea a debacle which w Ihave kept Coach Ray Eliot's servative outfit from the coi ence crown and the Pasadena jket. How Top Ton Teams Fared ! ATLANTA. (UP). Undefeated Burson began a desperate North - s Georgia Tech tried to hide its western passing assault that car - 1 ' power on the sidelines, but two 2? WM.cafts 50 yards and t, , , across midfield for the first time ! enough out of the bag to swamp He hit Dick Alban for 4 'Davidson, 34 - 7. . . . j Facing a breather after going Lollegiate rOOtbal ' 'undefeated thus far this season ; - s n i ! with only the grudge game against 1 HOliy t UlDnght i Georgia to go, Orange bowl - bound WASHINGTON. (INS). Senator Tech fielded what probably will Fulbright (d., Ark.) Saturday1 be next year's team against Da - branded intercollegiate football ! vidson. Coach Bobby Dodd's ele - "phony" and charged it is "seri - J gant quarterback, Darrell Craw - "SSonoe a fStballtar' ; ford, sat out the entire game but at the University of Arkansas and ! freshman signal - caller Bill Brig - later president of that school, man mowed right in to keep called upon education groups toi j things hot with his passes. end commercialized football 1 45 - 7. 3) Stanford bowe (4) Maryland shell V i l i! Ma. 54 - 7. (5) Princeton defe mouth, 13 - 0. 6) Illinois the Kentuckians. who Van ''' are booked for the Cotton Bowl come Jan. 1. The blue grass team Hwdy now has tried in vain since 1935 gf for a vutory over its arch rival. LAI KB 1 I 1 A a Mi BUO for Tennessee although he didn't ",a"1' re. He receive) able aid from h other backs as ha rt Reehi - har, Andy Ko.ar, and Bill Bar - n - ed Kentucky passes. These players starred, but they uld have played in rocking lairs, so Violent was the blocking id taekling of the Tennessee ing lost j Oklahoma ts. Dur - !for a spot 1 Wild - Iteam. Cal Rips Indians By 20 - 7 PA LTD ALTO, Calif. (INS). ( Mihu nia's twiee - deh - ated (iolden Bears toppled the Stanford Indians from the ranks of the na tion's undefeated I 'ball teams, 20 - 7. A canacitv crowd of 90.000 in Stanford stadium saw the 54th renewal of the annual "bii? game" 11 between the old foobtll rivals i Touchdown wll01i0 gridiron battling started be - 0 I fore the turn of the century, g It was an upset win for the (, olden Bears who had been tabbed at least a one touchdown rarch Ama underdog. But as the old grads , i . of both universities well know, anything can happen in the far west s "biK came" traditional k aw.,J and U did today - NV a Stanford, with nine straight ;1 wins up until this crisp Novem - 7? 4 4 ber afternoon, will still get. the nod i 4 to represent the Pacific Coast con - ference in the Rose Bowl on New lncom Y.rd years Day . o THAT WAS a foregone conclu - . 1 9 sion even before Saturday's game, T hd since Stanford has only one blem - s o" ish on its PCC record its loss to j the Bears. A couple of senior left halfbacks, ydrd Average Don Robinson and Johnny Pappa, 40 did the scoring this afternoon for Robinson, on a 34 yard TD sprint, opened the scoring early in the first period. Pappa went 21 for the second TD two minutes after the second period opened. DRK. (INS) George Then in the fourth quarter rappa , ' ,nfi tanslK i,n7 sruted again, this time from three ues a euard berth' an vanis out and on the 13th play of .j();n! N,'v, Set - - a 7H - vard Bear drive, - rica football team. Ces Richter, California's All - was named on the American guard, booted two out even Jim Weatherall, of three conversion point tries. i That was enough to give Richter n the 11 - man defensive a new Golden Bear record of 40 out of 44 extra points, ites California and, Richter drew one of the greatest ia placed four nativeiovations ever given a football on the 22 - man squad, player in this traditional game i KT 'h Ahtol,r 11 was Rater's last game and ' ' ' the cheering bounced back and in. forth from both sides of the k: Hi!. '. .ir.i. M.uy Stanford's lone touchdown, tal - mela. Southern la . midway in the fourth period vi n Kr.jnc.seo; Pu - k after the Bears had a 20 point lead, '"rsV,vnd"' i '.re came on a perfectly executed pass back Gary Kerkorian l Dorow. M,ch..nitoEndSamMorley Kansan Makes All - Star Team

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