The Lincoln Star from Lincoln, Nebraska on October 7, 1951 · Page 13
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Husiters Tied, 6 - 6 (Continued from page 1 - B) I completely outdid the Nebraska in It to the two. ho handed' lulTT fnfZZiSZ lto.A?? ZT 1 outrushed UNJ'OI.N SI MIW .11)1 RN1, AMI vrR I B O - State Dumped By Spartan Rally down 6 lue loucn" It was in the airways that the End Dick Goll burst in and SP really ed' their, ha"d blocked Brown's placement trv hey hl J4 Pass,es for lE Hi, seorinjr with 6:03 nail'nnlv two of 11 for 14 miHr elapsed in the first quarter, the yards the Ohio hio ahead iZTlnZ ilrhe remainder of "the THE TIE marked the first time mJSr i. , . Kansas State has beaten or tied a Errant ball handling; and r. Seven team ineo thp 1Q4Q shoddy taekjing by the lluskers vTveldo. K,a"sas Statp (lrivps State hadn't beat or tied Nebraska ""i1 1,1 Hariri territory. The younr; Glassford wards simply couldn't cret out of th At all times the Huskers were outrharged. out - tackled and out - Five times did the defens: platoon blocked. ditch! Oop nrP hnv nhilnsnnW aM Wild t ' 1 sornelhing aDout 1 remember two i " j it""" 1U D and just read where Nebraska was HErZT ner picked to defeat Kentucky in the You caught a collective gasp of Orange Bowl in Colliers' when the pass irom Carl: came in. Little Cincinnati had Ljninger m the beaten Kansas State 34 - 0,' seconas De - ; drawled the Manhattan sage. How times do fly. Albacker to J Husker end zc fore the half time gun barked. NEBRASKA marched the opening kickoff back 65 yards in 12 plays, sparked by Tom Carodine1 and Don Vogt. Carodine capped v the drive threading a path around left end to the goal from the 12. A wild pass from center nul - lified Decker s chance for the extra point. From there on the Husker de - 8 fensive platoon saw most of the first half action. It all started with Carodine's fumble, recovered by Hatshorn ,. on the Nebraska 37. k Aided by Maupin's 15 - vard burst, the Wildcats moved to the! 18. Decker then intercepted Tow - g ers pass in the end zone and ran to the two. Switzer, brilliant Negro sopho - more, returned Carodine's kick to: the 27 via some slipshod Husker . tackling. The Wildcats drove to If the six where the drive ran out J of downs as Towers was trapped on the six. After Novak punted out to the 25, the Wildcats moved in six i plays to the nine. From there, on fourth down. Towers passed to Maupin who was hit hard by Brassee and Schabacker short of a first down. Bordogna's fumble gave the Wildcats the ball on the Husker , 17 three minutes later. In six plays the K - Staters drove to the 1 - yard line. The drive subside, i Individual Statistics v'jj Tackled Here Vols Shellack Duke bv 26 - 0 Tackle - - H.unman, DellmaUi. VOGT SETS UP TOUCHDOWN Don Vogt runs his 'J H S., uV thei Towers hit a stonewall fourth down. Again Novak punted out, this trip to the 3K and again the Wildcats threatened in a hurry. The first play. Starns fielded Towers pass on the seven. The Wildcats couldn't score from there, however, as two Albacker passes failed in the end tone and Boll nailed Albacker for a six - yard loss. The single wing off a balanced line offensive, generated by Bill Meek, 30 - year - old Kansas State coach, , scoring: Touchdown - CarixJine. v - d Mm Miii. Late NWU Bobble Aids Kearney Win Penalty ardue 65 55 BY WAYNE PANTER Nebraska Wesleyan had thei game with Kearney State Teach ers S. - ituniny night all wrapped and tne string then handed the Antelopes kniie. Kearnev could thank the breaks of the game lor its 20 - 19 victory. LEADING. 19 - 13. with some four and a half minutes left in the game, Dick Lewis. Pla Frosh halfback attempted i capped a 52 yard drive by going ' over from the 10 - yard line. Placement attempts by Dick Grell and Earl Butrick were wide after the touchdowns, but it didn't appear that the Plainsmen would need j them. Kearney, however, struck back with five minutes gone in the second heat as they began a march from the Plainsman 48 , after a pass interception and, relying principally on the pass - " ing of Ed Staab, pushed Full - ied - and latk h,m '.M.u ki t MiT ol i - ilusker lM.fi Dab's l - Iock on Win Switzer failed to The Blue Devils fumbled seven times and five times alert Tennessee players recovered. Miss. State Whips Unbeaten Georgia STARKVILLE, Miss. (INS). back from stopping Vogt. keep the Wildcat Stanford Raps Wolves, 23 - 13 Finn Breaks CroM - Country Re , LAFAYETTE, Ind. (UP). Den - : the nis Johansson, a Finnish fresh - t man, running for Purdue, broke try BUILD YOUR OWN BOAT! $42 and up GIBSON SERVICE & REPAIR 12 So. 9th 2 - 621 Uo'Zsur 21 eral pass within his own five yard p from the 3 - yard line. Stut.m; tn's kirk was no good. After a 36 yard kickoff return moved to the Kearney 40. u here '' Larry Lewis passed to Roger tec Kosi)ender on the 16 to set the i'1 at - Pins tor Taylor's sweep around left end to ua.ake it 18 - 6, hue This tin Butrick's kick be a costly one as Doyle Fyfe, Thp remainder of the third and ewtwhlle David City basketba thp f()urth nod found eacn dufe mm ace knifed in to cover the ba manufactunng sustained drives r,, and Rive Kearney a first down on wh,,.h stop)(l(i short of the the 'ne - , , , . goal. But the Plainsmen's ability Br Three plays later the Ante - , Ko,,rnPV thrust w,.nt ii lopes Dick Baker puncnea for nauht witn their fatal across from the one - foot line, ( ,up Cecil Stutzman's kick was good h,.,n,f. and the Plainsmen had lost Knd, Brettti. stmman. H l their fourth game in as many SI - rki. luckmu Skaffei Ettodc sUrts. FrUj. Wesleyan looked like a brand person iv'wV ',r''',fU'r' game under way with a 65 yard' Slaht;Kni jum.Ktviigtr'iklC'i.in march that produced a tally in euu the first four minutes of the game. k - wuiii. SS2 creii ( () ( II ROV 1UBI RTSON S work of the past week, devoted to tryTJ , ?.vMt' Bar,M' improving blocking, paid big ;Urtrd V),nm. Cecil, 1 dividends as the Plainsman for - RlfcJtSjttaker QMnr Rhodei ward wall opened gaping holes Backi Taylor. Crikcr. iiuii i ' through which Hanson Taylor and !" k t t,l T V ' """ v!. Larry Lewis romped repeatedlv w'u,.tn "nntn' ' '!Y : o with Taylor crossing the double K"rnt o. . TH,111,'V, ',, stripes on the sixth play after the n i ,,r'!'?s1u,'k"'.ri!u',,n - nt ' kickoff. Kearnev scorlnit: Touchdown. Eli Ten minutes later Dick Lewis fii - lJo' ' Midland 12 period passing attack led by Quar - Iterbaek l,.rv Kerkorian 10 upsei Kearney 6 Michigan, 23 - 13, in rain - soaked il Michu:..n Stadium Saturday, wd Lake More than 57,000 fans saw the 'handsome Armenian set up every Franco 14 Stanford touchdown with his radar - accurate arm, and then top off his day of glory by kicking a last - period field goal. Tho Wolverines loss followed closelv on the heels of a 25 - to - O defeat bv Michigan State last week. It was the first time since lf49 that Michigan, its gridiron empire crumbling, had lost two games in a row. Kerkorian passed with un ArcnAcv in a .econd - period seur - ' Nc n..mph,re o CHAMPAIGN, 111. UP). Illinois ing demonstration that netted all iu - hen surKed from behind for a fourth three of Stanford's touchdowns. I'h. fl period touchdown to defeat Wis - Kerkorian missed a conversion sh. - Ph.Td n ,.(1nsin 14 - 10, in a Big Ten game trv after the second touchdown 1 lrtoBdtab23 6 of tuck breaks and hot tempers. but split the uprights on the last ... MuhienburB .j while 56.207 watched in the one. . ! f;;;,(;',i , - . stadium's murkv gloom and mil - Michigan rallied briefly in the I'..: HmN 0 Uoni of others looked on in a third period, but never could "" P,nKu'rs 5 ' coast - to - coast television hookup, catch the west coast team. Hill V..u - u the infer confereiire rivals plaved f'utich gave tne woiv Fordh.rn i!o bruising, ragged battle that second touchdown m e.rKe w ..,ivnwt..n n(i;n lv ,.,,.. ,ud band to hand com - period, going 19 yard.' AT miLLER'S Warm up your night life. . . with MUNSINCWEAR'S Hot Tempers Mark Mini 14 - 10 Win ny the third FOt'R PI.AYKRS each team were ejected before they could take pokes at each other. All four were key men who might have swayed victory either way had they been permitted to As it was, Illinois barged ahead, 7 - 0, in the first four and one - half minutes of the game on a 71 - yard drive capped bv Johnny Karras, who stabbed across from the six - Wisconsln tallied at the outset of the second period and added a field goal for a 10 - 7 half - time at SUHNYBR00KE: DeftcJmii lanehcoai and dinner nerved A.M. to 8: SO P.M. Daily except Monday - M O T l - C - l SUNNYBR00KE , ARE YOU A FOOTBALL? Consolidate all your bills and reduce your present payments the friendly way! CALL 0 IS FOR Auto Financing Auto & Furniture Loans Auto In "Your friendly loan Man" rlothf Kxperir hundred eleamiu: - , will take less strength away from woolen fibers than the sharp cutting edges of unnoticed dirt." . . . yes, TO CLEAN IS TO CONSERVE, ( older days just around the corner. Are your heavier wraps ready? 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