The Lincoln Star from Lincoln, Nebraska on November 25, 1951 · Page 13
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The Lincoln Star from Lincoln, Nebraska · Page 13

Lincoln, Nebraska
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Sunday, November 25, 1951
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November 25. 1951 LINCOLN SLNDAV JOT'RNAL AND STAR a is the same play from the stands before Heatly was forced out of bounds. 01 IT, OKLAIIOMX STYLL Tins is the p play A CORNHUSKERS EYE VIEW This is how Oklahoma looked to the Huskers as they rolled back with a kickoff. A FAN'S EYE VIEW Thi; Bruins Batter Trojans LOS ANGELES, UP). Led by tWO hard - hit1ing sophomore half - hacks and a brilliant display of defense, UCLA blocked and rocked favored Southern Califor - nia into submission by a and v.i I . - ! Ha' Me morial coliseum turf with thej juiciest victory plum of the sea - i Thus the underestimated Bruins earned runner up title laurels in HOPHOMOUi and Don Stalwick were the big' eons of the UCLA attack, while the outweighed UCLA defensive! line held the vaunted J roj; well in check until late in ' i final quarter. UCLA thus wound ud the sea - t PITCH) three defeats and one tie. The' lone Bruin conference loss Stanford. The Bruins struck lust when the I si star. Frank Clifford, lun.bled on his own 42. Stalwick ruced 16 yards, and four plivs later from the 24, Cameron passed to Stalwirk in the end by NOKKis ANDBMON The closest the Trojans got to tho Bruin eoal in thp first half Stalwick. a 170 - pnuiider Bi nin, great delensi ve game. Theilu:k - reeled off a 4(5 yard run on the ers hit us as hard as we've been orient "Statue of Liberty" play bit all year. l the third quarter to put the, Thus did Bud Wilkinson, the 35 - all r.n thP TTSr T) Then Ike vear - old Oklahoma uridin.. lei .lota - , an end, on fourth down sum up his team's 27 - 0 victory came - ftfOimd ofi R dOUbla rever e over the Nebraska ( !ej ubuskers ut'.NLK KtiUKiM5 Mrui - i - tsoooy uecKer got oacK to me nusKer wnn mis uKianoma kickoii yvincn ne mg up. Iieldea in tne end zone. NU Better Than Expected, Says Giant Jim Weather all TBI: ;,!.::: backer Donn Moomaw intercept the third touchdown. CSC went to the ;,,! w retiiovc some glory and managed to cov - bb yards in a doen plays Reichal, the former Husker, and 22 members of his Bayard high jteam which lost only one game. Oklahoma used its first defen - ve and offensive units the entire 'game. Wilkinson showed treat resDect to for tbc Busker line, repeatedly nuntmir on fourth down with less n. arlifv than two vards to no. Once the "Oklahoma has a rieat learn." n' l.. - ..iii. - .,.l ... .nvrv Cooneis minted with six inches replied M ,. tin .1 William (ila hm,. ,,, ,,, ,,,, to . ford of the Nebraska Cornhutkera I would have to kM an nkle Press box conclusion: This was "Thev huslle all the wav and ulav. ..; it... a i 'ehi aska's best .defensive ffame of Clean, nam rnrmu. rjed the hall ' he "(iee, wish I could have run bet - Cifra and the line - backing of Sen - i LOT Hob Mullen. - That taint letu.n in 'he first (jiiartei he)ed out spirit a lot." commented Wilkinson. "We needed that one." He admitted the Soonet s did not ko "all out in their otp - risr d. but that they bad Johnny Bordogi ALL WAS SMILES in the Sooner dressing roon though the Oklahoma! Even Southpaw Dean Schneider did the hustling to catch a a:.'i) pi; s got in - throwing until the Troji M Then Halfback Jim Sears bulled 18, four and one the last plunge there was considerable towel - ipping and horseplay. Bov. Nebraska was a tougher than we expected," Cougars (Haw State Rivals i SEATTLE, Wash. (INS). Wash - the third Quarter - 10Ue Mown halltime delu it lee." 4 Nebraska reallv knows how to i tackle," said Comer Jones, Sooner line coach who tutored the Husker I forwards in 1946. "I think Bill! will be awfully tough next year. the veai. All - American Bobby Reynolds, his left eye heavily bandaged, watched the game from the east stands. It is doubtful whether he will bo able to pl.iv against Mi ami because of the burned cornea i' b red against ( oiorado. d Jim Weatherall, the Soon - . ' ffV,m r's big all - America tackle. "I bey th(l IKls1v brujs(. ordoi;nas. ilayed awfully bard e peciallv on ,,nJ!(, .,,,hn ls expected p, ,. ,r) lefense. 1 thought Minmck was a ,h;i) fr 1(. Ml.,nil ,,.,mL, Fnday eal gOOd boy. in"ht "I think you inii l.t h ive been f()f the end right With us if Bobb .Reynolds ... Soplaanor - s Dennis could have pUred MM Bwf j . ,, : , Shabacker. i M , - lI" ' . ' : r 1 who has been out ot action the (,,1)llshd little around th - se nc defied ,!:s, r .7 ,. u": ; "Ph wings. . . . d defeat Washington. 27 - 25. be - "J. 11 Wnpn hmanUfl blocked re 52,000 fans in the traditional j"'''' , u' 1,h" lament at - A game" at Seattle. haS y trmvt. it marked the first time Washington State took the lead K AniKT ! ill carrying of freshman George the first play oi tin; second fuiarter when Halfback Bud Roff - ler climaxed a fiO - vard drive bv plowing over left tackle from two yards out. Bis kick was wide. A iew plays later Hdlhack h ir Pitt Win I III 1 III ?f III yarns irorn his own 42 to the piTTSP.l 'I' i If I' Fullback i, narntoered o die p;i,, (;,,s broke ( lliess Gallops in three years that the huge Ail - American had suffered a blocked hoot. Scouting the anie were (.eorge Trogdon of Miami and Harry IQamafe, South Dakota coach. wnote u m mean toe tiusKers in ithe 1952 opener. ! Carnage said he intended to use Don Voet. an early - season Busker 7 dearllock who tratv f. - rred to South Dakota, OPEN ALLEYS Every Afternoon and - V - c' Sat, Sun. V Nights SIS Call ; 2 - 7828 for Reservations Lincoln Howling l;ii8or 237 o - 12 ALL AMERICAN TACKLE A couple of small fry besiege Oklahoma's great tackle, Jim Weatherall for his autograph after the fame. Weatherall was a major factor in the Sooner defense which held the Scarlet scoreless for the first time in 21 games. a touchdown. His kick was fourth quartet to give the of polish com bined, i - niverctv nf iv i.,; - h a 1 3 - 7 rented Hai ry f halm me lean. State rallied cV - 'te - .n? " had showed this tough a defense m 1 bo third nertod With two TBi iE ' ' , p,.,. St. - .te bottled nt Nrman last year, I think and a brace of extra nomi - .. Each eor.l d '", would have ! Washington' drive mwrbif 7 1 1 . . ' , r...L. fr, With the students on Thanks - yards in eight plays. o,b;u - k i'nb Siajna to End pVtofi vai at, on. there w stands were Coach Hank THE ROSEWILDE 1126 - 28 P Street BOWLING TOT All Day VWI Sat. & Sun. Jin 3Uc per line JJ j L Reservations P' SAVE THE TAX WE HAVE SEVERAL NEW KAISERS and HENRY J 2a300RS 4ax0RS IMMEDIATE DELIVERY These Cars will be sold at the Old Low Prices. CORWIN L. HULBERT MOTORS Yale, Harvard Fight to Tie NEW HAVEN, Boh Bestwick, 170 - pound quarterback, accounted for i Pitf first, tmichdimu with a :, - yard heave to End Chris 1 NEW YORK. (JP). Fullback varrinrr whs : Howie Hansen and Halfback John ,n tne, first haIf rftw Valuska ea. - h cracked Brown' ' ' , "' ' ,n f r 'i,no for f,f, tuiZn. 1J ai for the Panthers and the fourth Lions Top Brown, 29 - 14, In Windup I an - Ray Powell of the Providence LO li !r 1875, Reds in the American Hockey period, Colt rowd league scored a penalty shot goal contro'l froi , the recently against Syracuse. It was team that c j the league's first this season. - 'half time. FREE Windsor ;jP :bowl - mor: Nebraska' Finest! 0 J Open J m Ever, Aft.a Z Fountain & Lunch m 9 Open DUy - e AM - Mldirtt W 9tK & M S. E. Corner

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