The Lincoln Star from Lincoln, Nebraska on November 2, 1952 · Page 14
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The Lincoln Star from Lincoln, Nebraska · Page 14

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Wliere^s That Goal Line? ISIJ Drives ... And Passes . . . And Drives To ISo Avcdl iCTIII'. ('ORNIIl’SKKRS LOOKFD GOOD—Thayer’s runbark oi the second half kickoff had the Scarlet partisans screaintng. He went from his own 10 to the Mi/./.ou 25. TtVO VIEWS OF THE SAME BAD BREAK— These pictures, made an instant apart, show Ray Novak unable to field a pass on the goal line from Bobby Reynolds mmm ^ ■ .MP' 7 :rr .-tÄl ,î>- . ;• - , Ä"«.- ’ . ,.4*,* *\VIHJIE ARE THE III'SKEKS? Ed Mornfield has only three Tigi r in ttes for company a:; he stie.iks for the goal line after swiping a Nebraska pitchout. 'd¿é^ Sudakx Whip Iohu 'I'lilorH CEDAR KALI.S. la. npi—South Dakota exploded for four touch- • • downs in the third period -**•> day and whipfa’d unbeaten Teachers. 34-20. Iowa Teachers scored m all but '4 the third period, and it was in that quarter that South Dakota slammed over 27 points to add to a seeond-ix riod lou< hdowii. four touch- • • g* eriod Satur- beaten Iowa ■ I À'JiHIk ~^’i./<àÌL f'I’.MHLE ON THE UVE—One of thè c<jstlier hohhles was this one by Cifra when it apiavired he had a first and 10 on about thè Tiger 5« Stefanides ntiiveied. (loriK'll li|)M‘lK Coliitiihia hv 21-14 NEW YORK i/V>—Cornell’s win- nimble In h crumbled less football tearr, brun.ed and Navy’s vaunted defer es Saturday beaten in fjve .'■trau'ht Rames, ¡j^d rleteated the Middies, 17-0, in Nc»lrt‘ Dame Sinks iNavy, 17-6 ¡Alaliama Whacks CEEVEI.AND —Notre atten^pted pass play. (»t'Orjilll liullclOgS in .stru'k for tbrei tom ho'iV.'ri, fourth no I SaMrdav and C( : aid. :íu;4. { -ifii ii^ fir-d tuitierl 7 . 1 :'.* . dl.ih ÍÍ Ui.e int.; lI-'A'i of 22 - J In that or.e gamed leveng» in the >h •JO uninter- I i.efoM the 2htti gam* ufiset 01.027 I f. i . rrer exp'-H,n Mi -0; . vn i ti- ‘d to hi = K* d like a f|f,v. r, H.'j .,nl n uno » thnlUr I'll a ¿I as they t- .v.o i . _ ,, to the Irish t'a the .eventh period, Cornelh^^raight Until the Navy touchdou n, which ranif after Capt. John l.urski had rrco\ered a funihle hv .Notre Oame's Ralph Gug- liehni, the Middies had iieen iinalile lo get heioiid Notre Datiie’s tK ,\ard line. I'oe In. ii, in winning their 7âtn vi‘tory toi Coaf'ii ^■rank la ahy, again .t 10 losses and eight ties, lifoke from the harrier as if to Starting to Navy’s one- en plays. But a moved them back HEYi HALLOWEEN WAS FRIDAY NIGHT!—Tiger Back Jim Hook presents a spooky appearance as a gang of un-fright<ued HusKers converge on him. The plastic mask protected the Missourian’s face. for the two make it a runaway m the opening . , r. I r Notre Dame r>oured through the startinv from their own J^rds. traighf one-rointlo' ex Columbia j,,, 20!» yards and ; had inflicterl in the past two years. overhead for 125 for an la- ^ ‘ ^ m It .still war. a triumph for defense Hr.ton int;.i rather than offen e r*"d'i'to tne ifi-yard line from (’cite l-'iflli Will 'kf ^ r**ih i^dey had to settle for the l.dltffiU I*» I mil M 111 when the Middies :;tiu(k for their . . Arrix HAMJI.TfoN', .N Y. '/I' -Cnlg;i»e p.rie touriidown on a 2.'»-yaid par.-. ' “ ■ „ rornjie ! to it . fifth footlj.-'l vk - fi i-ni (¿uarteidia.* k Ste'-e SclioTler- tojy Saluii!- V W'dfi ,i j .i de of I-■ k to End Jim I’yron. toucfidov.n ie-i I, Al SiniinoiiS {ly Ur.t time, tiowevei. ttie li *^! :.rid I I erf 'D->t't*n to down M; i - t-ad ttie game v.rat-ped up on a .‘ijipl CyUf ee, 5:i-rj. fn t fa rio-d, 16-yaid field gocd !»> A erowd of about a.000 saw tiie l.oi; Arnx, two siioit-yard: Ciu:,ader.s Kill up their he iviest lou« iidowns by one-sided conquest in a five-game Worden, and a BIRMINGHAM (A*i — Corky Tharp and Bobby Marlow, Alabama’s two great running back.s^ were t-»o mueh for pass-minde't (ledgia a: 'Bdiua took a 34-14 de<d, ¡till .hciturday. -f Zeka Bratkowski, Georgia’s de* luxe p... er, kept Alabama parti» .'Un.‘> among the 30,000 fans on th® anxious seat until the final whisle; He completed 17 of 26 throws lor iMissiAsippi State Topped hy Tulane Detroit I FortUluiil r. series with the Chocktaws. Col- Notre Dam«’s End grite had won all five. jtaught SchoderiHk NEW 0 RIT:ANS (INS)— a bat- ti red atul bi uibed Tulune teaio : ame iium behind Saturday to de» feat Mi.'.sissippi State, 34-21 ig .New Orleans beiore 25.000 fanu. The Green W'ast defense felj hall after six injured, including McGee and Tackle Bob O’.Neil triurnpii over favored Eordham at .Albert Hobelot, and Tulane trailed in the en i Triboru Stadium. »J4-13 at the half. .NEW YORK :.d*; Ted Murchi- ijidtia V.a fimgmg fiiiid Satur- ilay, t<m» 4 »letmg 11 of 22t pa»hes OI' 252 yards lo set up all four apart in tlie first Eullbaik Neil Detroit touchdowns and lead the players were safety — when Titans to an upset 28-2 hKitball F’ullback Max

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