The Lincoln Star from Lincoln, Nebraska on October 14, 1951 · Page 11
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WE GOT IT! Dick Goll and Jim Levendusky sprawl on a ball bobbled by the Penn State backfield. K - State Broncos Batter NWU HASTINGS, Neb. Hastings defeated Nebraska Wesleyan 13 - 0 Saturday in a game marred by fumbles and called back touch downs. Penalties cancelled three long touchdown runs by Bronco backs end a long Wesleyan touchdown pass was called back for the same With just nine minutes eonp : the first quarter Chuck Stickles , . - wept over the right side of the; ,11 ne, evaded several tftdueri and' K - ored standing uu. A Weslevan mm T i nimble on the 24 set up the touch - I I J I JfM Pl tO.fi 19 down. In Top Upset ANOTHER WESLEYAN fumhlo in the fourth quarter set ud the; last Hastings counter. Ron Hughes LUBBOCK, Tex. (JP). Texas plunged three times from the one Tech arose from two straight de - SSA, " knock down Texas Chris - chance came shortly after the tian the Southwest conference, Btart of the second quarter. A 17 33 - 19, in one of the biggest foot - uk yard run by Larry Lewis sent ball upsets of the season. 5 gg. - a $ bans Bn;s stm i 5rs szstjsx ::i:,,rL dm the third quarter when they , i rtrhSnvm nin mimitM deep in the first quarter, punched r another nrst period score ana Cm tinued to turn the game into a Jy" IT rout. Coach De Witt Weaver 32 Corder in the second quarter; an - hi S , ct B y 8ijv f 2f M u.v nlgM Ult K Cookson. Saturday 's Grid Slate (Games of Oct. 20) Baylor to Win held for downs on their 3 - yard - line. Of the three Hastings touch - downs called back, one was a 65 yard punt return by Charity f ' HIT AND MISS Bob Smith, freshman back, hauls in a pass from Dun Nonas but dn.ps it a second later and Stew Scheetz pounced on it. NEBRASKA FIELD GOAL TRY FAILS B mpt at a Held Oal from the 21 - y..id line is blocked by Carl Pfirman. Picture on Page 10 - B AMES, la. () Iowa State': fense nroed its best offense ., Cvclones romped to a 32 - 6 football homecoming victory over Kansas State. Some 16,000 fans saw the Cvclones take their first Big Seven conference triumph and their ,,nd v. m in four tars this sea: The Iowans scored in every quar - d ter and by every route touchdown, safety and field goal. BOB OI;SO,N',.? l:.1Tr r,'S77 HIT AND MISS - Bob Smith, freshman back, ha start Iowa State toward its first touchdown in the first quarter. In the second period he blocked another punt off the toe of George Carter, Kansas State punter, for an automatic safety. Not only did Iowa State s defensive work against the Wild - eats' punting pay off with eight poinK but the Cyclone's own punting helped them to score. SOME OFFENSIVE ki.kir I t A 1 Save the Cyclones three poll) er after a Cyclone drive that ttarted on the '25 stalled on the Kansas seven. WACO, Tex. fP). C. O. Bro - touchdown 'late in the first cato, a little known linebacker, quarter when Carter's partially booted the first field goal he ever block kick rolled out on the Kan - tried in college to squeeze Baylor sas State 27. past Arkansas. 9 - 7. Its first push stalled with a nass Larry Isbell. Baylor's brilliant interception on the one - foot line, quarterback, fired' 31 vards to but after the Wildcats punted out, End Stanley Williams for a vital Iowa State went 30 yards in four six points in the second quarter. plays, scoring on a pass from Dick, pointer hard and high from a yards. Clendening converted and it HnL.! mSIrVlkS to Ka slight angle at the six in the final i neriod without knowing it would L" nrovide the vietorv ni.iri - m Ar - the second neriod made ;t 1 0 - ..;ch. Kansas State's only touch down followed quickly. Eldon i A Baylor fumble, recovered by Seller, playing his finst college 1 Arkansas End Bob Linebarier on Rmr. took the klckoff and gal - , Baylor's 37 started the Razorbacks lPd 89 yards to score. I; goal - ward in the ming minutes. ... ... VW. t. Lamar Mcllan shot a 17 - yarder to End Pat Summerall and hit the J other end, Bill Jurney for 18 Clendening's field goal early in I . W. - o - Kr Northeast high's reserves too 19 - 0 pasting from Waverly ii high school tilt. Waverly's Bill Mfocho lUrmrdd. - r. I Dick Lewis were outstanding. zu id?y Kentuek Wins Stickles and Bill Beck starred' a w t for Hastings In the backfield. i 1,0110 Lilst i'..ck shmed on defense. !' PJP"?" SL. Punting .of ' LEXINGTON. Ky. fo End Bob1 ,n ooo o o a touchdown that erupted Ken - : : - Touchdowns st.ckirs 2, tucky's long dormant scoring! am WHOMft i punch in a 27 - 0 football victory here. j Kentucky, loser of three straight i games by a total of 11 points. BCLA found its punch against the de - i fensive - minded Mississippians and' scored its other touchdown on drives of 59, 76 and 44 yards. Mississippi State, on the other hand, mustered only one serious threat, but it sizzled against a stout Kentucky defense at the Kentucky nine after a 39 - yard advance in the opening minutes. ! Babe Parilli, Kentucky's All - rterback candidate, . K....Nki. C.H.v. Wvly. Oklahoma! Pulls (iolfin Upset FORT SMITH, Ark. m. George Bigham, an unhearalded Oklahoma A. &i M. college student, upset National Amateur Champion two touchdowns and Don Pienirm Moroy in successive rounds to ad - added the third. Oliver Johnson vance to the finals of the 10th Wil - place kicked the only extia point lard Memorial Golf tournament. the Left Half Dean Pryor raced through his right guard from the two Standing up, and Georee ! Thomason kicked the extra point. 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