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They^re Still Talking About: Tommy McDonald’s Catcliiiiii Ability NORMAN, Okla.—Oklahoma fans had every reason to be proud of Tommy McDonald. The great All-American halfback is a magnificent runner, but Saturday they were talking about his pass catching. The little blond speedster put on a first half exhibition that left the Huskers reeling. He caught a 46-yarder from Jimmy Harris for a touchdown as he used his blinding speed to simply outrun the Nebraska defenders. Then as the clock was running out he made two other great tries. One he stretched out and dove for in a wonderful exhibition of the spirit and hustle that has made him an Oklahoma leader. Then on the last play of the first half he picked off another long aerial, leaping up to steal it away from the Nebraska defense which was right on the spot. The clock saved Nebraska that time. But the afternoon left no doubt about McDonald's rating as an All-American. Spartan TD Spree Hits K-Stale, 38-17 StatiiHics Mich. Hi. Kan. Si. F'lrst downs .... Rushin* J ifdajfe ... Passing yardage I’asses I’asscs intercepted by Funis ................... Fumbles lost Yardst penalired . n . . 313 1Ö9 10-1Ö 5 , 1-23 fl . 70 8 121 »>6 7-22 1 8-27 4 40 from the 30-yard line to give the riod Saturday to assure a 38-17 vic- Kansans their early three-pointer. Michigan State had only a slender 6-3 halftime lead, the touchdowii coming on a fourth-down pass from the 5-yard line by third- I string quarterback Mike Panitch ! to Larry Harding. EAST LANSING, Mich. .¿vfter a halftime scolding. Mich- trv—Michigan State knocked in jgan State started playing scormg four touchdowms in the third pe- football in the third period. The touchdowns in the third stanza came on a 39-yard, pass- run play from Don Gilbert to Sammy Williams, a 2-yard plunge by Gilbert, a 6-yard run by Dennis .Mendyk and a 41-yard, pass-run tory over Kansas State in a foot* play, this throw from Panitch to ball game marred by a rash of Harold Dukes, fumbles by both teams. In the third-quarter scoring, two The MSU Spartans, trailing 3-0 of the MSU touchdowns were at one point in the second quarter,; made after Kansas State fumbled fumbled seven times in the first and one followed a pass intercep- half alone and lost the ball on fjon. I five of the miscues. Bifi Seven Ini|)rovc(l Villanova W hi|)s Lycltmes, 26-0 Poloni (iffenso Scoimi the First Three Times il Held Possession Iowa stair \ illanflia . 12 ?0 flown* Rushing vartlag* Passing yardagr Pa.*.*rs Pa.sse* tntrrorpted by Punt.s Fumblrs lost ... Yards penahgrd ...... Iowa State ....... Villanosa Villanova sooring Touibdowns Sapien- 1 2 (1. plunge. 2R, pass from (ira/l­ one*. Magee (I. sneak): Halluan (.55, pass-run from Graiione). Conversions: Bauer, Sapienia, 74 K!) 6-18 0 5 .12 4 35 0 0 0 ■ 13 6 21.'» 149 »■17 0 2-25.5 3 Ml 6 0 0--26 VILLANOVA. Pa. '.4*-Villanova’s stout forward wall, the passing of sophomore quarterback Jim Grazione and the running of junior halfback Rick Sapienza overpowered Iowa State Saturday 26-0. The Wildcats scored the first three times they had the ball, moving 66 yards on 17 plays with Sapienza driving over from the one for the first TD. Starting quarterback Bill Magee, a junior, added the next six points sneaking over from the one to cap a 14-play. 60-yard drive minutes after the second period began. Coach Frank Reagan, getting came in the .second period. After sophomore Quaterback Phil HU! had four of his first six mishandled by receivers in the numbing cold, he completed a screen pass to Halfback Paul Shupe for 10 yards. He then threw again to Shupe for 29 yards. But Villanova’s line was immovable when the Cyclones reached the nine and End Gene O’Pella, who contributed 230 pounds to the 210 pound average of the starting VU- lanova line, recovered a fumble the 1.» to halt the drive for good In the third period, the red-shirf- ed lowans marched 6.) yards to the Villanova 15, with the help of two 15-yard penalties as.sessed against the Wildcats for personal fouls and a 13-yard pass from Quarterback Charley Martin to end Gale Gibs.>n. But here an off-sides penalty pushed them back to the 20, and Martin was thrown for a 15-yard loss trying to pass on fourth down. The scoreless fourth period was marred by three fumbles—two by Villanova inside the Iowa State 10. Iowa Stale 0 n fl o o Villanova 7 13 6 0- Villanova scoring Touchdown*: .Sapicn- la 2 (I, plunge: 28, pa.s.s from Grazioii. Arhansm By 21-7 Booming block TW T Continued from Page 1-B Ben Gra^e kicKed . field goal hurtfperi^®"' In the final period, with less than four minutes left, quarter- defenders. Okie Pair On INS Ton Team his first winning season (5-4» after: ':i. sneak); Hauigan ( 5 s. pas»-iun two sub-oar years, sent in his Grazione). conversions; Bauer. Sapi, ^ • enxa. reserves at this juncture. Grazione; directed the team 62 yards, climax-! IT O T 7 ¥ I mg with a spectacular 28-yard pass f ^ ff j I W ^ w'hile Sapienza took over his shoul- ^ I tZf der in the end zone between two Iowa State defenders. This rturd touchdown came shortly before the * first half ended and put Villanova in front 20-0. Grazione was on the throwing end of the final Wildcat touch-; down in the third period. He tossed j SHREVEPORT La m to junior halfback Billy Hallipn. ^ on the Iowa State 20. who grabbed rugged Louisiana State ground at- the ball over his head jugg ed it, Saturday that thrashed fa- then scampered into the end zone yored Arkansas 21-7 without com- to complete a 55-yard scormg pje^ing a forward pass . Englert kept three times and I winding up a 69-yard drive in five ers to strengthen his bid for All- play. | fourth year in a row got to the lour and Brown fought plays. His kick was good. 40 points; big Seven honors. Sooner Fullback Exeept for senior halfback Fred ‘ the Tigers upset a favored Razor! n^'"' IBilly Pricer gained only 28 yards. R.ppj,, a speedy, slashing runner back team, which hasn't beaten Minden junior almost bulled over, i Bill Brown, second umt full-. but turned in his usual brilliant fron, Galesburg, 111., Iowa State LSU since 1920 but missed by a scant half-yard. back, broke through the middle, Working game. had little luck against the heavier | It was the second victory Tor .’as slated to try once ^ to score. Jay ^ ppj. xebraska it was loss No. Viyanova line. Rippel was the LSU against seven losses, while sends Nebraskan somersaulting on end sweep play. Falls Before the MiMitiest j sas State was on ' consolation touchdown Pfiefer added another from the 4. • Kan.*a* Stale .................. t) -Michigan State ......... 0 6 26 Kansas State scorin* — Touchdowns; i Keady (8, pass from Corbin); Pfeifer (4. ® getting an easy score, made them ® ' fi A^r Considering the personnel losses third and final season at the off tackle .:d 0 the job against the Oklahoma «covering for the j iJj^Xfunrthe Seiners start institution with a 2-8 record, down and ’ "‘tS: first unib ■ i "Oklahoma's first eleven t h e n «rUmOTeT thrbalT tTtre'»^6 f'™d in a fine per-! Rippel nearly turned back the final tally. After the OU alternates scored , .7 .,,,4 4 ...„.,r 4 formance. not the least struck south on another drive and turned it over to the third bit dulled first Wildcat touchdown drive sin- The second LSU score came in NEW YORK (INS)-A power- S ^ the second touchdown, a 32-yard ^ “ibefo e umt. ¿uarierback Dale Sherrli ' ?'fandedly. thro, laden, versattle young teara, repre- :”S;,V.«‘-1.7r; Teuchd»,.. !Huskers tooK returned the IhirH mh engmeered the club the remain-7 ‘ irrr“Olo ‘or Wilkinson returned the third unit engineered glehandedly, throwing* Villanova s the second quarter when guard a six-yard loss Bob Ziegler snatched a wobbly can whip the Sooners—a fact that after the home club had marched pass by hard-pressed .Arkansas - * • miuniffiin aiuic sctirin« — luutnaowDS: < L,’ I j a a _i \ j sentmg virtually every section of Hardm* <4. pass from Panitch); Williams! tne kickort and started goalward, . t inn’s «harp ine distance and aot the final two the nation, was named Saturday; S'T.V I the ^ner : „„rk done the V 3 team !-Vards on a keeper The W'ilkinsons " OWahoraa team , inside the ten. But on a Magee pass quarterback Don Christian a,rf as the 1958 international New,;nvK-. * drove on m to scoieThe final tone™ . had covered 977vards in 16 .J frl Service College Football All-Amer- Players from five major confer- ]\ O CAilFolllltl ences and two leading independent • »4 teams comprise the top eleven compiled from recommendations of INS football experts from coast-to- coast with the assistance of coaches, scouts, broadcasters and sports editors. Big 7 Stand in 'Fred Ballard's was g«ll.-54 ^7^, to speak. NM 1 K\hK\ lanova receiver and the officials LSU awarded it to the Wildcats on the fourth scored a safety in the quarter when end Jonn Falls to Duke In 21-6 Match * OktaboRu 4 olorndo m ; bk 4sk V M i.vHiuri Kan*a* Kan«d] .State Ittwa Biatc W I. T Pit. I'l*. Opp « 0 tl l.flWI 292 jt 4 I 1 .7.5(1 .3 .3 (I ..5(itl 2 2 1 .5u(i 2 3« .lot) 2 4« ..1.1.1 « « » .«()« Oklahoma, perennial Big Seven! CHAPEL HILL, N.C. , ¿enied kingpin, heads the parade of talent struck for two second period touch ' _____________________ending a 78-yard march in nine " ! plays after the opening kickoff. the Eiliotts weren't going to be Thomas’ 54-yard run set up the tally, Harris kicked the point. 7 with two players. Sparkling Backfield The team features a glittering Englert down. Here's the way the Sooners ' 5:38 left in the game, strengthened Aeir No. 1 national I inierceptitjn In t e ying . Knds-iiuciiti^. cook. Howerter, Lm, . one, first down. Sapienza went over Wcxxi and Billv Smith nailed Chn.s- ranking and copped another B.g “ k ..„, | on the next play. Han in the end zone. LSU quarter- another march But this time Bud Guards-Torczon, Kiueiman, Rhoda, j Iowa States deepest penetration; back M. C. Reynolds had put Ar- kaasas in a hole by punting out on the Razoruack 1. After LSU jumped to a 13-0 lead, Arkansas took the next kickoff and marched 68 yards in seven plays for its touchdown. On tie 1 H 2 6 « «1 121 be ven crown 9« M2 M2 11.5 1. McDonald took a pitchout , , , . . e . - .v,.., , «.1 151 from Harris and ran seven yards, a little, leinng the fou»-th i, 3 \..'phcVrr Rirshman^^' ^^inn 4 .it VI 2 - a 7 R-vArd mnr.^h in nini« drive to the Hn.Srter 10 and NaV"Hauktn, rPor?r.Nanaux. OverpOWerS then shooiing in the fifth-stnngers. i«'*. Thomas. Rrown. Prusia Recovers t)KI. \RGM.4 Kndv—ritilkr, Coxle. Bu.k. Bill rilr“bthmf.te rviq=! backing of Sunny Jurgensen to de- ¡ Englert Dick Prusia prevented any fur- p M ^ ther Oklahoma scoring by recov- i jTackjesi-Gray. Searcy. Ballard, N>lson. Harvard Cluh. 42-1T CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (JV-Touchdown twins Dennis (The Menace)noint* with 11-4R Ipft in firct ntiar. uisianuma scoring oy recov-| JacKtes-oray. searcy, tsauard. yi-ison. OOWn IWins JJenniS ( ine Menace) ‘ , _ pointx 11.48 left m first quar- ^ ^ , fucs u«. | scormg play, fullback Jerry For a fmst on the OU 19 before Eng-, recovered, Dodd hit Long with - ! ,7^ j .It'S, ” wmning the firs, formaf l^y' gL ' !;i. -A .^^UhetTfot - ^ ................ 739 ya^s. with Rych'efy;;:^ t. backfield that includes Quarterback feat North Carolina, 21-6, Saturday John Brodie of Stanford, Jim and remain in the running for the Brown of Syracuse, Johnny Majors i Orange Bowl nod from the Atlantic of Tennessee and Tommy McDon- Coast Conference. yard pass on rtie final play of the ylrd^ “to^'Ic^r^BorTimberlaki ^ running out of gas. I aid of Oklahoma, A shivering crowd of 36,000 saw first quarter. i tossed the kev block on the 18. ‘ s running was the Husk- Two players on the big, rugged Duke draw first blood in the second Gordon then skipped for six and D idd’s kick was good 14 points running threat in their and speedy line are repeaters from quarter when halfback Wary Carl- t\ « . . - s . , .u. ,.v-,.---------- u . the 1955 All-America. ton swept right end from the 11 to stage for his TD flip to the glue- fingered Cook. Ron Kramer, brilliant Michigan rhmax a 78 vard drive, end. earned top recognition with another season o ma.steTf^ P""' Blaney romped over from the 7 formance; John W.tie of Oregon touchdown. final game of the 1956 .season, but si' A ■27-yaid"run' by ”.\lSona'id .'»«‘'í"'*' „fev. *...o ww-e xwp OU ouu ftiuu J. c/->aru run oy ivicuonaia ... i ii.rr. ■) c, rr 11 nf - ii.-jd - i vtiru looioau; , ci ,,'or v •cn.i.'hVfrvVn I'.ii, r igered (. 00 k. : wa-- t.he big play in a six-play Minden Mangier banged out .... run. : p.. « fr:.m Bak.r;. b iirtmn meeting before a packed crowd of ¡run, i.pitm'Pi; zifik-r .¿7 pas* in Early in the march, a 19-yard rj yard march. Harris went finai “«‘“"»'I “''«h Soon , j. n.';,,. un'i7,r ‘-1 mure than 33,00(j at the stadium. | ;i™Mrtw"sC.i, run by Naviaux got the Huskers five on a keeper. His kick was good, but holding Scoring Kamm.iry ! McGill and Ward, specdy, elusive ’ M-/ ■ U 20 n 7 ~ n halfbacks seeking all-Ivy honors for .xrk,m."a 5 ‘ pin o.. 7 Nfhius I vx-.vir» Touchiiosm i otii Ithe second Straight year, turned in 0 n h 2 - :m p. - I'. ¡1 K-J erri. . ’ , .\rkan.-:!* *cnrin? Tourhdnun- H -rhi l •ikli!:. p.i IT'": T. uvhG"\vn'i: M.Drn- . SparKling running performances in 1 t?.*.. mn ¡ifti'r t.nklnc pa*.* fnim fer- " ' '• the 73rd Yale-Hcirvard football -.I“!’:-.'I''' pas* inlert ip- t'hri*tia(i Z<BI€/ State repeated at tackle. North Carolina suarked bv the Elliott’s hustler.s got an- penalty nullified point. i>ed Bell The center^sition went to Jerp- i^gVf funnfng of ha^ Sut-' ft>^chdown in the f 0 u r t h tried from 17 but missed. 20 points, Tubbs of Oklahoma, trailed by h^t-d ru^ many experts “the outstanding ! the grade-thanks to the timely 4 . Steve Jennings blocked lineman in the nation, with quarterback Curtis Hathaway , gj.j.-^.gj Sooners’ No. 1 unit. George Harshman s quick kick on after the third Big Red club the Nebraska 27 and recovered goofed, the ball on the 12. On the next Bianev (7 run Ire, • I foot Leading, 47-6. Oklahoma’s No. 3 play, Baker tossed a soft, looping last years second team. Between ( niaar z iaJ/'^.team was ordered into battle once pass to Dodd in the end zone North Cantina rntt _ 1 uchaosvn; ■ again, but on the third play of the Dodd’s kick was good. 27 points^ Krueger Youngest sneaking over from the 1. Opposite Kramer on the line Is .North caroima o ” o Pitt’s Joe Walton, moved up from du R p ton«*; rou luown* Carimn (ii. these two sensational flankmen are Witte and Charles Krueger of Texas A. and M. Krueger, a 6-foot-4 218-pounder, is 19 and has the distinction of be- Hath*w«.v (1, piunjtf Ra|)i(l (.ily Mates , period Bob Derrick, the swift hurd- with 10:03 left in half, ier, fumbled on tne OU 44 and the 3 . With time running out in the ball shot up into the air. .second quarter, Harris fired a 46- is 19 and has the distinction |v»||I • ! Husker End Stu Howerter vard pass to McDonald, who took mg the youngest member of the Ocl-SeDclil lIlUMIllOII picked off the floating pig.skm and the ball over his head on the five team and the only junior in the j, ,pjQ ^ ,.p fbe Sooner goal line, and scored. The Sooners had cov- lineup. The other 10 players are, « afid u n. S. D. UP)-Rapid, ^.g^ seniors. ^ Cjty baseball fans will not renew overhauled him on the 18. ris’ kick was good S wints with The guard positions are capabaly , fheir efforts too get into the West- Huskers Fail i 1-43 left m the half ’ filled by Jim Parker of Ohio State frn League, but instead will con-: Bud waved m the first unit in an ^ 6 . Harris faded to' pass on the and Bill Glass of Baylor, a couple: fniue to try to enter the South effort to prevent another Husker NU 31 couldn't spot a receiver of big fellows who starred both on Dakota Basm League. 'score. It looked like Nebraska ' and set sail. Thomas threw key offense and defense. Black Hills Sport.s. Inc., at a could pull the magic trick again, In a year marked by the usual meeting this week, adopted a res- but the strategy finally worked, wealth of excellent and highly-pub- olution stating it has no intention licized backs, Brodie, Brown, Ma- of seeking a Western League fran- jors and McDonald emerged as the chise next year, cream of the crop. Oklahoma’s McDonald was by far the country’s best split-T halfback. block on the 18 and the Sooner quarterback went all the way, I Individual SI a t is t i t *s mentioned as a Western League prospect. NFHK \>h I Ituihinf , V .vi;,ut Times ( drried \ard« (•8 77,-^ : Bti wn ........... ................... 1250 Fng.crt . .. .16 Thom»i ..,, 5 17 h^tifincit .... ................. . 2 8 (.-ort« ..... ................................ 26 H.wKin* ... ............ 1 4 H.irvhman ................ 4 3 ! N’.inpi . ,. ............ ft -4 ' (,recniaw ... 2 -6 Passing .V ii . Pomp. Infd. ’ ’fl.tiiirit . . ... .5 1 FngUrt . !* 4 0 ( .r(C'--ni iw , . . . 4 2 1 N <ppi . :i 0 0 .■¡;hmin 2 0 n (.iwofge , .. .. I D 0 ukf> uioifA Kukhitag K9C(!ikina ('augbl Vd* 1 2 Niltaiiy Lions Surprise Favored Pitt in 7-7 Tie PITTSBURGH ’J*»—Penn State’s the Panthers took the next kickoff Milt Plum missed a 13-yard field and drove 75 yards in 10 play.s, goal in the fourth quarter and the with the clincher an 18-yard touch- Nittany Lions had to settle for a down pass by Salvaterra to Bob 7-7 tie Saturday with a fav’ored: Rosborough in the end zone. Bugs Pitt teara that had hopes for a Bagamery converted, bowl bid. j Salvaterra. with a key block 51,123, sitting in, from Jim Theodore raced 60 yards chilly 3^egree temperature, saw to Penn State’s 20 early in the u if : third quarter for the most sensa- -Milt Plum of Penn State and j tional play of the game. He cut! Corny Salvaterra—put on a run-¡through center and broke for the (' nmg, passing and kicking duel.' left sideline before Jack FarLs, a i» i» , l o i o Both figured in their teams’touch- junior end from Freedom, Pa. 'V «»t^ers 18-12 downs Both teams scored in the knocked him out of bounds! ’i NEW BRUNSWICK, N, J. (.fU- draw(ns‘’firsrblJ!d deadlock and ‘h« prospect of giving Lou scamoer offtacltle^v TnecHv Riliv '’'’I'*«“ two “'*'‘"8 scamper otltackle by speedy Billy , a gomg-away present after 27 years ' Kane that capped a 60-yard drive g^^^ Stadium in lo-’l ^ coaching at the school, the Co-' ari^ were t 16-yard toss by Plum , ft j ^ 2 rprnrH«! I termined 49-yard march m the to Doug Mechhng and an 11-yard ' « » « «7 ^ waning minutes to defeat Rutgers heavt to hi.s favorite target. Les ?,T . J J S I Saturday, 18-12, Walter*. Plum converted. c3'’7iL/er7o„TeS7‘"liiir"= The veteran coach paced the BatiaiTtm. I slogged up and down the field. Thom»* Ml Douald H.iiTia . ... Brown I)0(JJ ____ Pricer .... Rolle .N.ifirfi'fer .. Shffrt'd J ONeal Dcpue Holland Baker , n Derrick § I Peliow 0 I L.vlt Burrij ; i)a> Cr<'s4;»nd ., Brosvii ..... Look .......................... Naviaux .............. Puatinfl . 1 1 No. Harshman . , 1 Ram hies 44 14 Pa**er IQ , Hmu Pas.*lnc ® i ÜakiT ................ , t I Dodd ............................... 1 A». ; Holland ......................... 1 33.8 ■ Day 1 28.0 ¡ ^ ^ ' * 23.6 ( »*«l*(»« Time Vard* Carried Gained .. 8 100 .. . 11 91 .... 11 78 .... 256 1 .... 3 40 ■ .... 3 28 ! .... 3 22 .... 7 21 ! ... 3 21 j ... 4 14 ... 3 13 ... 2 .... 1 3 •' a ... 8 .1 ... 2 ft ... 1 3 ... 2 —6 'omp. lut’d Vd*. 2 (» 71 1 0 31 1 2 0 30 1 1 0 18 TOUCHDOWN! 4Í(' v«r if*' ■'vvr-' .a»? Seconii Oklahoma touchdown part of No. 39 victory for the Sooners. Harris He-Enlisls Grand Openings NEW YORK m - The National Golf Foundation reports that 155 BALTIMORE U^Luman Harris courses were opened in .McDonald Thomas Long Timberlak* Dodd .... Csutbi .. 2 .. 1 .. 1 .. I ,. 1 Vd*. 77 25 18 18 i2 PuntlBg No. f’ricer .............. i Brown .................... ..............,., ] 42.0 0 year as coach of the Baltimore Orioles and seventh season with Manager Paul Richards. Harris became an aide to Richards with the Chicago White Sox in 1951 after pitching for the former Philadelphia Athletics and bringing the total of golf courses of all types to 5,358. ■ ■ ■ ■ 22.0 ! Washington Senators. ^ With Salvaterra calling the option play with split-second timing, Í AUTO GLASS of oil shapes replaced. Prompt Service SINGER BOYS 2000 N 23rd & Adam« BLUE ROCK SHOOT Sun., Nov. 25 1 P.M. Turkey», ham, bacon, chicken and practice shooting. . IZAAK WALTON ■ GUN CLUB S 3100 No. 48th UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA 1956-57 Home Basketball Schedule Dec. 3—Iowa 8—Michigan 10—Wisconsin Jan. 7—Colorado Feb. 9—Kansas 11—Missouri 18—Kansas State March 6—Oklahoma 9—Iowa Stote Season Ticket (9 games) $13.50 Single game reserved secii 1.50 General Admission 1.00 Ticket Office—University Coliseum, Lincoln ON SALE MONDAY, NOV. 26

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