The Lincoln Star from Lincoln, Nebraska on September 30, 1951 · Page 9
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Frogs Stun Green Huskers Chips Jansen, Roe Set To Hurl Newcombe, Maglie Win ompiled from Press DUpatche The curtain rises today on the last act of the most dra - league history. Deadlocked in first pi Larry Jansen, a 21 - Bame winner, will start for the Giants. Brooklyn will bank on their are. Preacher Roe C'2 - 3). If both teams win - or lose the race will be decided by a best two - out - of - three series starting Wednesday at Ebbets Field. If today's games decide the pennant the World Series will begin Wednesday at Yankee Stadium. THE AMAZING Giants took Over undisputed possession of first place for a few hours Saturday in the pennant race and then settled for a deadlock as the Dodgn also came through with a victory in a night game. The Giants blanked Boston's Braves 3 - 0 at windswept Braves Field as Sal Maglie spun a brilliant five hitter for his 23rd victory of the season. The victory, New York's sixth straight and its 36th in the last 43 games, climaxed an irrepressi - sible surge that began Aug. 12 when they trailed Brooklyn by 13':; games It marked the first time the Giants ever had first place all to themselves. But it lasted only until the Dodgers whipped the Phillies 5 - 0 under the lights at Philadelphia. The Giants solved Southpaw Warm Spahn for only five hits in eight innings, but broke through for single tallies in the second ad fifth innings to whip the crafty lefthander for the sixth time this year. They added an insurance run against Reliefer Vern Bickford in the ninth. It was Spahn's 14th defeat against. 22 wins. THE BRAVES staged OBly one other real scoring threat. That came in the ninth when 34 - year - old Maglie issued his only pass. Earl Torgeson received the free ticket after Sal had retired lead - olf Batter Sam Jethroe. Sid Gordon, one of the four ex - Giants in the Boston lineup, singled to right sending the Braves' first baseman to second. Maglie then got Cooper and Marshall to tap weakly to First Baseman Whitey Lockman. Cooper bounced into a force play and Marshall raised a soft pop to end the game. Maglie'a record la now 23 - 6. the best mark racked up by a Giant pitcher since Carl Hubbell registered a 26 - 6 ligure in 1936. He is the Htst 23 - game winner in the majors. The embattled Dodgers crushed the Phillies, behind Big Don Newcombe's fiery fast ball pitch ing. I Billy C( solid backing of ten hits teammates including a two - run homer by Andy Pafko. The Dodgers got off to an early lead and this time they held it. hammering Robin Roberts hard and taking advantage of every Philly miscue. There were plenty of these as the Phils made four errors and gave up three unearned Huskies Nudge Gophers, 25 - 20 Holme' plunge from the Are lourlh Hii iHHHiflHBl?& ft p Brook - iBHjja HUHBHMISIkV 1 ii nMrrtHMLU UIMLY UNlfc. fcullback Nick Adduci Mighty Oklahoma Shellacks NORMAN, Okla. (INS). Okla - homa's powerful Sooners rolled to six first - half touchdowns and e rancoup, 361 yards then called on reserves to take';1' ,,;e ? for the a 49 - 7 victory from the William ?ans .and lX or 4 ya,r,d".via and Mary Indians before 38.000 hi 'tv m,lte to 71 for William football fans. and Ma The Sooners scored three times in each of the first two periods, with two of the touchdowns coming after William and Mary fumbles deep in the Indians own ter - Right Halfback Frank Silva ored twice and passed for a ird marker to Halfback Billv essels to pace the 1950 national illegiate Rrid champs in the sea - n's opener. er touch - lone TD Saturday's Gomel Football Di - Fiiibasis ay. What'stVbe done about it? Is the Hnv.Mlu: 'en conference the worst offender ? See Page 10 - B Down W&M on a pass - and - run play that rii - d 46 yards to paydirt. Missouri Edges Aggies COLUMBIA. Mo. (TV Missouri Twice Missouri came from be hind to take the hih - seorinu af fair and give it a victory after 34 - 20 loss to Ford - wrni FOUR minutes to play, Oklahoma A. & M. held a 26 - 20 lead and had the Tigers backed to their own 20. Missouri got the ball there after Skippy Warren's attempted field goal from the 17 was short. Nine plays later Missouri had pushed over the necessary touchdown. The pay - off play was a 1 0 - yard pass on lourth down from Junior Wren to Harold Carter. If bothered him, Fuchs he booted the extra point over Although Missouri had a big edge in statistics in the first half, it was Oklahoma A. & M. that left the field with a 13 - 0 lead. Whatever Coach Don Faurot .Id th - - Tmers at halftime proved They oiled Today for ' lB The II TOUCHDOWN ,,: I 6 There crosses from the 1 for the Buffs Lashed S." Wildcat leaiii 3ftg v rvanstom in j. a Nrrth torn mi, irterha.k with an arm hopPed coio - ehOl to pieces and ran Kai,ss fumbled its way to a 21 - i powertul Wildcat 26 delict at halft.n.e, but Coach to a 35 - 14 victory Jules V. S.kes. sent the Jayhawks J - back fichtine after interim, m,, for No , whose brother Don a (piartei nack star 1 three toUChdoM D passes. ado team off balance u ith ' lead sharp - shooting most of , itternoon and ran the Wild - t efficiently. NORTHWESTERN, magnifi - st(,am(.(j 7( y;',ls to tlu. the first four plays. The touch - down came on a pitch from Bur - But it was a dazzling, double - son to Sophomore End Joe Col - barreled assault that led Kan - her. sas to victory when the Javhawk Norm Kragseth added the first contraption finally Kot into high of five conversions. ; r. Northwestern had another touchdown before the opening: period ended. Burson s pMfOf carried the Wildcats from mid - field to the Colorado two, Freshman Bob Eauter roin over from there. The second period was score - less with neither learn able to get beyond mid - field . lone Husker touchdown. (Staff Jay hawks Rally To Drub y.mi'l.'t,' jaSL ::r j..n rmmMmi LAW HKNCK. Kan (UP), The r.,r.,, o, ,,, Kans., - , up off the floor ,,, i 7,..,,'.. . ',,""t - h.df P - u. hd - .v. n spl.ue.e to 1::?$ and they punched and passed then way to five touchdowns. surprising Iowa State, which lack m tall but still Wi th touchdown IN THE OPENING Iowa s - t V l' . J ! . Vt V , thaYd.m IiVtV.V n 17 Jerry Robertson, sophomore sensation of Kansas' wi Tevas Christian a week ago, sparked a lot of the att.u k Sat urdax. But he had good help from raoraiini Bud Laochlta, Orb, m Tier and Bob Bianden - John Konek, who kicked font naming individual standout - extra points, also got into the though he did nolo ihe hard touchdown acd. nmg of Boh Smith, Grand I 2.x00o' 'Vlocked to' Um'hip of ' M He 'thought, the Husker Brooklyn, Giants Photo by Ralph C. Fox.) l - State i Sfl JS&lr "v hm"u'r' Kht I'.'.V'l.ii'l - M ull. son. I Hon, In.h, 1 s - s ,s. i ; ,. iiaifMchv - ,;,. M,,ii;;: (, ll.'l.l....k. t, lta corinK .,,., , m . "ntKPAV; PuuSSflSS " - .".o nvrnm.i. r r i, n.i. ,... A Long BY NOKRIS AMU IX.s "You b;. names with fro bin. - n ai sophomores." Tha did Mentor .1 Wilha d., - had urn up his Cornhuskei 28 - 7 loss to the hard Horned Frogi of 1 Saturday. Pb 1 ' I " "ir fun.lai ' - v'eak, ' aud. - d tlu'. he i haj a line team and deserved GLASSFORD, coffin at the ight - point margin of favoritism liven his team, had said earlv in he week the Horned Kings should be Cavored by 20 points." i well as some of Giassford's un TCU Wins, 28 - 7; Adduci Produces Lone NU Marker oik coKMirsKKKs ,ha!k.,. Up Hi. ,i !..Hf t. - l. ,..1 i'A !i : .1 ;... ""' tiu niinntt - s ol play nuduay in the opening quarter. An inter - fei enee penalty aiainst TCU called on Halfback Ray McKowiP in the end tout, provided the "break" that gave the Scarlet ir seorine chance. The penalty gave Nebraska a t;v,n - who were visibly disap - first down on the enemy 1 - yard pointed in the tmal outcome, stripe, and Nick Adduci plowed On the other hand Nebraska's lor the marker. Huh lie, kri split the uprights on his con - version attempt. NetMRMka had tbrced a TCU punt and gained nomciiiem on fcta 42 - yaid linr. loin C nod, - ,. ittrd thromd, io, three ai ds on tw" ines and Johnny ?ordou'.i i. . hit End Frank Simon with a 14 yard pass that gave the Scarlet a Mist down on the Honied r ro W, sophomore Don Vogt and Ad - duci ripped Ihmuuh on a series of off - taekle thrusts to the '.M - v.ud - this point I'.oi h :!,, t shot a lonu pass intended tor over - shol bii mark but ' ' ' ' ' ' ' lli'll srni in - chain e Uon Vot went ( . play but the ball was called bark wnen ILU was otlsido and Ne - jhraskas backs were caught in 9 0 0 LESS THAN a ball minute had elapsed in the second (piarter when Texas Christian knotted the M'ore. it ;,H eaine about when Johnny Bordogna fumbled and uuara Uon Martin recovered in the end zone for the first of four WWUmmm. Keith Flowers V,,rlvL,t j.4,,.S4 . formation, and an inadequate defense on the riRht side i tu, ii.,L..r.' (l.vul.dl 'ivp ala me effeel Way to TOO BAD. GEORGE' C - th card section. Statistics ' Tj;r ,:.T,,lHr' ! ; I..M mi d..n I yJST mSSSSS 4o m hm i ftfrf iemprdi I N um,,vr pWch - OUte and hand - offs, which mixed with their aerial fireworks. '.tunned the HH.tHH) Nebraska par - m ., kmc ,,,,1 ..ki wa raioH and it , doubt ful if even Reynolds ,,,uld have pulled his males out ot then - quaojary. . . l - 'ir '! , , , ,,m 11 w;,s Bobby J;tck Hoy. I. '' , . iA1'.' h:', totor an , . , . f ,. ' ' Shortly after T(T had evened the count at 7 - all. the invaders forced a Busker punt and then 4s - ard - iine. ,','",'"' f "f 'r. 13 , . ' 1 the i. i Vi . v. Floyd crashed through for ' ''" vaids and then Fouler ,li,,,KJ,i Ha 1 1 hack Danny Hall - mark for II and first the Nebraska 3 - yard - line. Flovd counted on an off - tackle thrust and again Flowers booted the tra point. WHAT wai geteg OB here? Those national experts must be off the beam. What was wrong. . Hns tune Heib Z.mmerman V'ok,. through and blocked Ton. carodine'i attempted mint and ttempted punt see pMfl Stun. Page 2 - B. (ol - s 4 and 5. Co - Bill

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