The Lincoln Star from Lincoln, Nebraska on September 30, 1951 · Page 11
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The Lincoln Star from Lincoln, Nebraska · Page 11

Lincoln, Nebraska
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Sunday, September 30, 1951
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fJlW JY rf ' I September 30, 19i1 LINCOLN SI NOW JOIRWL AND STAR 3 - B 1 he Horned Frogs Complete a Pass... But Fumble Nullifies Gain... And Nebraska Recovers SPREAD PAYS OFF Coach Dutch Meyers spread form KoDOy Jack h .,yl sra til pet s tor live d to bewilder the Huskers. Here Fullback led b y Ed Hugmann. Major League Box Scores American Thomas in 9th; Wood J Total ", 7. Ho'slon""" HII Srahn' L ' !ad ii!oii'. T - r'A - Vlwi'?' 1 AND MISS Tr Sunday Journal and Star cameras were trained on this play in the second quarter. The aerial view shows Mai Fowler pitching a strike to Danny Hallmark with Nebraska's Carl Bra - see seemingly out of the play. But the picture at left, made from tho irl Brasee hit Hallmark, the ball squirted into the air. Bobby Decker, who was out of camera range gobbled up the pigskin for a Scarlet recovery. Action took place near the Horned Frogs 35 - yard marker. Wayne To Meet Peru Huhb.rJ and' Mc T. 1 Jj CkveUad N.irajtnn. Mm:' .,.'. ,,, ' Baiter. HIU BuST . II. rMmrs,,n )' M,rnu, vSSR p 2 Totl . Al Fremont: M,dl.,nJ s IUmhiks (night I BY U N I BO RBOWER A Saturday niqht battle between Wayne State Teachers col - j lege and Peru is the tteadliner on this week's state college football ; program. The winner will have taken an important strike toward a possible Nebraska College conference KEARNEY invades Nebraska jWesleyan and Midland is at Hastings in Saturday night NCC tilts iDoane and Chadron face non - loop opponents this week end. I One league game is slated in , earn of the two smaller leas ONE THAT CLICKED The Huskers completed only 8 out of 18 aerials. This one, from Quarterback .John Bof dogna to End Frank Simon was good from the Nebraska 40 to the TCU 37. Wayne Martin made the tackle for the Frogs. Vols Sluggish In 14 - 0 Win knoxvili.k, Tma. 1 Rsj nessee stabbed quickly for two touchdowns in the first pe;io and then coasted to an unim - ressive 14 to 0 win over Missis - ippi State Saturday in a South - astnn conference football game. Tennessee, rated the nation's No. 1 team in the pre - season As - tociated Press poll, capitalized on Mattel to punch over both its scores in the first five minutes. But after those game - winning thrust, the Volunters' highly touted tingle wring offensive sputtered and fizzled against the Maroons" stubborn defensive wall. TOUCHDOWN' v - - JPp I i Ml 1 ''QytL - SCHABACKER. score SECOND TD Bobby Floyd icempen ecroti the I yard Una early m the a tackle - - but1 too late"8 ' " Jm f0rteS m I Ind thTJ - lc hurch fonf(,renc; Pick Men in Blue Peru Teachers Indiana Pressed 111., 4 Ue I M M PALO ALTO, Cal. (INS), Stan - , - - 1 fold .'.unci one ol t' - iii Midland I cam ftkftS a St. LouU 3 Bordy's ru.d Seottsbluff .1 (' CINCINNATI. (INS). outfit goes to McCook Friday .Denman, seeretary - treas ' night in a 4 - jc encounter. 'baseball, announced the t woyd Cardwelrs Omaha tihihiihi iciiii team is the second Nebraska I 'hp National le.,gue. they (A,,l A r... ,,.., Iv uuarte. back v Kerkorian squad to get a crack at an im - 'are Al Barhek and Lee I'.allan - ' ' v " " "t defeat a touah San Jose state J proved Washburn team. The In - fi - nt with Art Con - as the alter - that fired passes good for 173 ,,., ,,, 2n 'n 13. : go to Topeka Friday night. n;.'t' - tvr the American league, yards in gains defeated Midland The Spartans out - charged and deci - "imam u. Minmi. - rs and .loscph L7 to 6 m a Nebraska Colle. - .e oiitplavcd Stanford throughout the nteretKe game SatiiMlav night, tirst period and during suhstan Soph Stn Men Sparks Cornell i alternate. The altel nates probably w foul line, a pri during the regm National Coruin XJUU Colder Weather Ahead Is your car ready? Here's what our Fall tune - up will do. Special $J40 Corwin L. Hulbert C. L Hulbert er Svraci a of long runs. PEORIA, OL (API )ph, Bob Dobro - ! Bright, 205 - p LUld D oth of the losers' set a new NCAA indi The winners got only 140 yards tial portions of the ragged, fumbl - be m gaina on the ground ling game that followed. Midlands attack depended n the first period, the Spartana Ol meeUy on ,i fleet - footed back lunched out 7fl yards, but hobbled named Hot. S hropp. He ran a scoring bid on the Stanford six wild a Kood part of the eve - Howevei, minutes later they got Edna, bat picked up only one the setup for their Initial TO touchdown. That was on a when a weak Stanford punl tolled plnnffl through the line in the nut of hounds on the Indian 35 first period. yard line. ght Brighfs total to TCU - Nebraska Football MOVIES UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA COLISEUM Monday, October 1, 7:30 P.M. Admission 25 cents (tax incl.) N. I WINTER AUTO NEEDS Sea (., Sfefr !.. fir N - St. Auto Parts 2000 "V 9 ill 'IVai - hi - r .Named ght 1U6 pi Dogs Sel tor 1 1 OPEN ALLEYS Every Afternoon n and k - ': Sat., Sun. Nights Call J 2 - 7828 for Sf Reservations Lincoln Howling Parlors 2:17 Nm. 12 :bowl - mor: Nebraska's Finest I Open 9 m 09th & M i Fountain & Lunch SM F.""("'ori THE ROSEWHJDE 1126 - 28 P Street OPEN BOWLING EVERY AFTERNOON rvations Follow The Huskers! Gt On the Jaycei - Sponsored Train iU i. 29 NEBRASKA MINNESOTA $16.7$ uulude Round Trip J.r. - . Ticket In Came and Bum Pullman arrommodations available. Make rherks payable to Lincoln Junior (h amber of Commerce. e I.eaxc Friday night - baek By GEO H. LEMON GRIME NEVER PEERLESS 2719 No. 48th

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