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t - B LINCOLN SUNDAY JOURNAL AND STAR Missouri ' Waltz' Hits Sour Note Full Game Effort Pleases Host of Happy Huskers By JIM RAGLINf Staff Sports Writer Early in the first quarter Missouri' football forces were mustering a potential scoring drive. "Drive all the way to Florida, shouted a Tiger on the sidelines. Shut up!" several teammates yelled. Even a coach turned to the spirited sub and frowned. But it was apparent the Missourians had a wee bit of Miami on their minds. After the game ended, dejection and bitterness, sorrow and fury masked the Tiger players' faces as they trudged to the dressing room. You, Too An assistant coach was shouting invectives against the officials, bemoaning the "bad breaks' and giving vent to his disappointment. This time the "shut up" was yelled by a raft of Husker fans in the vicinity. Across Memorial Stadium the Huskers whooped it up. Yoo can't beat a good team all the time, said Fullback Jerry Brown, fighting back a more enthusiastic appraisal of the triumph. There were some bone crunching bear hugs being applied by the NU coaches and players to one another. 'Portland Day' Frank Nappi and Willie Greenlaw, the Portland, Maine, products who teamed up for the winning touchdown, were on the receiving end of many a whack on the back or other convenient parts of the anatomy. . ' 'The ball was thrown (by Greenlaw) just right. I had made up my mind I was going to catch it when the play was called. "There were a couple of Missouri guys around me, but it was right at me and I got it," said Nappi. It rates as one of his top thrills in football, as well it might. Other NU player comments: Center Bob Berguin "We kept going good all four quarters this game. Their quarterback Jimmy Hunter is a fine player and Paul Browning, their right guard, is tough." Tackle LaVerne Torczon "They had as good a defensive linebackers as we have met. Hunter is the best passer we have played and a good runner on the option. They are better than Colorado offensively. "It was the best four quarters we have played all year." Quarterback George Harshman "All field goals count three points, but it sure was nice to get another one." (Harshman booted the winning field goal against Iowa State earlier in the season and added one against the Tigers Saturday.) Tackle Jack Fleming "We fought all the way. One point may not look like much, but we beat those guys!" On that happy note, we go to press. f T ' I I - - I t a Oregon Speed Spills Favored Bears, 28 - 6 Ducks Hold Early Lead For Coast Loop Upset BERKELEY, Calif. OPI - Halfback Leroy Phelps' 39 - yard scoring run the first time he carried the ball started Oregon's light brigade to a 28 - 6 football victory over California in a Pacific Coast Conference upset Saturday. Oregon's speed and California errors led to three quick touch downs from which the Bears never recovered. A crowd of 32,000 saw the Ducks take a 21 - 0 lead before the second quarter was six minutes old. Despite a 20 - pound per man ad vantage along the line, the Califor - Oregon State Hits Huskies, Smells Roses PORTLAND, Ore. (INS) - Ore gon State's Rose Bowl - hungry - Beavers unleashed a powerful task force of jet - legged running backs in Portland's Multnomah Stadium Saturday to defeat the Washington Huskies, 28 - 20, in a Pacific Coast Conference football game. A crowd of 32,890 fans roared their approval as the well drilled Beavers of Coach Tommy Pro - thro set tbe stage for a show - down battle against Stanford in Palo Alto next Saturday which may decide which of those two teams will represent the Coast in the annual Rose Bowl classic. The talented Beavers took command over Washington early, punching over two touchdowns in the first period and one each in the third and fourth quarters. Washington, held scoreless in the frist quarter, chalked up a touchdown in each of the last three periods. " Oregon State drove 83 yards in sixteen plays for its first touchdown. The drive was a beautifully executed combination of end sweeps and power plays through the middle of the Huskie line that ground out gains of 5, 6 and 7 yards at a crack for the Beavers. The drive included one pass play, good for 22 yards from Tailback Joe Francis to Halback Earnel Durden. The Beaver's 183 - pound senior fullback, Tom Berry, drove over the goal line on a one - yard plunge for the score. In the closing minutes of the second quarter the Huskies finally got their attack moving and they powered 58 yards in ten plays for a touchdown. Halfback Jim Thomas rambled eight yards around OSC's right end for the score. Oregon State scared again in the third quarter with an end sweep by Durden to climax a 76 yard drive in fourteen plays, Washington" struck back quickly after the following kickoff with a 65 - yard pass play for a touchdown. The Huskie quarterback, Talbot George, although severely rushed by the charging Oregon line, spotted his hilfback, Mike McCluskey, all alone in the Beaver secondary. George flipped the ball to McCluskey who gathered it in on the OSC 35 and ran it into the end tone for a touchdown. In the final quarter Durden put the fame on ice for OSC as he burst through the right side of the Huskie line, cut to the sidelines and raced 44 yards to score. nians could not stop the thrusts of Oregon's fast backs. Halfback Leroy Phelps started the scoring fireworks in the opening quarter when he burst 39 yards Pacific Coast the first time he carried the ball. Early In the second period, Don Gilkey lofted a punt that carried only 13 yards. Taking over at the California 38, Oregon scored in six plays. Quarterback Tom Crabtree went over from the 1. California, emulating a giveaway program in this contest before rgional television audience, gave up another second period score. Quarterback Joe Kapp fumbled and Chuck Austin pounced on the ball for Oregon at the Bear 21. Califor. nia gave up J5 on a holding penalty and Fred Miklancic rammed f .... ! yarns over his right guard to score. California produced Us only scor - ing drive early in the third quarter, going 85 yards in 15 plays with Jack Hart tallying on a 4 - yard buck. The Ducks wasted no time getting the touchdown back, going 67 yards in 10 plays. The finale was a 28 - yard dash by halfback Jim Shanley. Fullback Jack Morris converted three times to run his consecutive points after touchdown to 18, an Oregon record. r?tm , t M 7 flu - aa Cljfrn! 0 0 6 0 S Oregon acwmg Touchdowns: Pttelpa J3. run); Crabire u, run); Mlkllancic w n); - Sh8nl'v 2, run). Conversion!: Morn 3; Fhelps I, California gcoring Tuochdown (4, mm. Hart USC TJlllIlips Foe, 28 - 12 PULLMAN. Wash. tf) - The Southern California Trojans, came from behind on a 96 - yard kickoff return by C. R. Roberts and stayed ahead on the running of reliable Ernie Zampese for a 28 - 12 Pacific Coast Conference football victory Saturday over Washington State. Roberts, a bruising junior, took the second half kickoff on his 4, brushed through a cluster of State players on about the 30 and sped untouched to the goal. Zampese, who scored twice for the Trojans, carried the ball eight times straight in the fourth quarter as the winners were content to eat up yardage in small chunks. Bearcat Underdogs Komp Detroit, 33 - 7 CINCINNATI CP - Three explosive plays produced first - half touchdowns Saturday as the University of Cincinnati, regarded as only a slight favorite, romped to a 33 - 7 football victory over the University of Detroit. The Bearcats killed off the Titans early before about 18,000 fans. KEEP FABRICS REFRESHED Send MEN'S Suits WalT. LAUNDRY & November 4, 1950 Pass jspf - jiysl ? . &h"?&:tef&&$& W&J?xbm&? fea . vVlV fs They're Still Talking About: NU 'Owen' Excites Followers You'd have to run a full - fledged poll to determine what the 35,000 fans who watched Nebraska's football team whip Missouri Saturday were still talking about. It could be the successful Husker passing attack in the final quarter. It could be George Harshman's successful field goal. It could be a lot of things. But you can be sure that there were plenty of spectators reviewing the "open" offense the Huskers unveiled. For, Saturday, the Nebraska club went outside tackle. The team went around end. It passed or tried to more frequently than in previous games. There were still plenty of shots down the middle, but they were not the only method of attack the Cornhuskers used. This was a change from the past patterns when NU ground out its yardage on smashes inside the tackles. It produced some of the more drilling moments in the contest. And it caused Missouri to alter its defense. The Tigers couldn't concentrate just on stopping Nebraska in the middle. All in all, the more wide open Husker offense contributed greatly to both the victory and to the happy Homecoming. TOUCHDOWN! f "?'f 1 Mich: State 33 fcSil 1 PASS NETS TD Michigan State End Tony Kolodiziej catches a pass in the first period from Back Pat Wilson on the Wisconsin 35 - yard line and then ran for State's first TD of the game. The Wisconsin defender is Halfback Earl Hagberg. (AP) Straws Texas Razorhaclis9 Bid, 27 - 0 COLLEGE STATION. Tex. tfi - jback, played only the first half, Ground power under the pound - terroried the Arkansas line with ing feet of Roddy Osborne, John his bull rushes and played a Crow and Jack Pardee and the passing finesse of Osborne and Jim Wright carved a 27 - 0 victory for unbeaten Texas A&M over Arkansas Saturday night. The Aggies, the nation's fifth ranking team, remained at the head of the Southwest Conference football race. This was supposed to be a bit - a uit - w .HUM,. uut Ai - nansas never . . . . I was in the game and only three times bit into Aggie territory, being foiled by a fumble once, pass interceptions the other times. Osborne was the top ground - gainer with 90 yards and he also passed for one touchdown and scored one. Crow, the big jolter from Louisiana, scored the other two touchdowns. Pardee, the great Aggie full - CLEANERS piT 5 - 3505 Ths Huskers take to the air.... Attack 1 'aS if v. - rf .v V5 A&M Dulls mighty defensive game. The field was heavy after day long rains. A chilledj crowd of 27, - 000 watched the Aggies win their sixth game against one tie and project a showdown for the conference lead in a battle with Southern Methodist at Dallas next Saturday. SMU beat Texas 20 - 19 Saturday to remain undefeated in conference Dlav. but the Method - - - lef ksvs wnn rum crampc whit IU.H . v V ....... tne Aggie$ have taken three. Pro Basketball Minneapolis 05, Rochester 85. Philadelphia 116, Fort Wayng SI. Hew York 113, Bostoa 107. Syracuse 75. St Louis 73. POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT I - We're Voting For EDWIN F. DOSEK FOR MUNICIPAL JUDGE Bob Reynolds and Bill King A Vigorous Qualified Community Leader The Lineups Ends McKinney, Boucher, Crit Al - burti. Plumb, Hopkins. Tackles Johnson. Czapla, Chadwtck, Mehrer. , Guards Jensen. Fischer, Bash, Browsing. McMichael. Martin. Center Osterloh, Schutz. Hacks Hunter. M one II, Kuhlmann, Stringer, James, H enter, Cramer, Wyna. Nebraska Enda Hildint. Cook Howerter, Lee. lack let Petersen Kampe. Fleming, Wheeler. Guards Tofczoa Kitzelmaa, Raoda, Murphy. Klein. Centers Bcrsuia. McCashland. Lyall. Texas Christian Defeats Baylor, 7 - 6 Winners Keep Hopes Alive For Repeat Conference Title FORT WORTH, Tex. Texas Christian smashed its way to a 7 - 6 football victory over Bay - lor Saturday to keep its hopes climbing for a repeat victory as Southwest Conference champions. Harold Pollard kicked the crucial extra point shortly after the fourth quarter began in drizzle - drenched Amon Carter Stadium. The touchdown that evened the score 6 - 6 before Pollard's kick was made by Chuck Curtis on a 6 - inch quarterback sneak. . " The six points climaxed a 10 - play drive that covered 67 yards and spanned the third and fourth quarters. . Baylor struck like lightning with SMU Edges Fired - Up Texas, 20 - 19 AUSTIN, Tex. W) Trailing 20 - 0 at the half, a fired up Texas football team roared back in the sec - end half to come within on eyelash of upsetting Southern Methodist before falling 20 - 19. The Mustang's fine quarterbacks Charlie Arnold and Lary Click shot three first half touchdowns while the hapless Longhorns were held to only three first downs. But a spirited gang of Texans almost pulled the game out of the fire as quarterback Joe Clements and halfback Walter Fondren ran the Ponies silly in the second half. Fondren's failure to convert more ! than one of three placement tries was the difference. SMJ 7 13 0 O20 Texas (J 0 13 19 tsMU scoring Touchdown: Gentry 2 tl3, Pass. 11, pass - run) Bowden (35, pass), lacemems: Gentry 2. Ttxas scoring Touchdowns: Wilson tfl, pas?), Fondren (1. plunge) Clements (5, run) placement: Fondren. Vols Trounce N. Carolina KNOXVILLE, Term. (UP) With Johnny Majors on the bench and Georgia Tech on its mind, Tennessee found North Carolina a scrappy handful Saturday before rolling to a 20 - 0 victory behind sub tailback Al Carter. The victory set the stage for one of the football season's classic games next Saturday when Ten - nesee, rated third in nation by the United Press coaches board, plays second - ranked Georgia Tech in Atlanta. Tech beat Duke 7 - 0 Saturday. i Tennessee started slow before 1 some 27,000 fans until Carter, sub - ! bing for the ailing Majors, picked j up speed for a second period score, j The Vols added touchdowns in i each period of the second half to insure their sixth straight victory without a loss. POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT ...And a leaping receiver makes the catch. Backs EnRlert, Harshman, Nappi, Hawkins. Naviaux. Greenlaw. Brown. Thomas. Officials Referee: Bob Finlcy. South - em Methodist: umpire. Bud Knox. Des Moines: head linesman. Earl Schlurp, Colo - nolo; field judte Alex George, Notre Dame. Beoriag Bnnimary Missouri O 7 714 Nebraska 8 0 3 6 15 Missouri acorinr touchdowns: Cramer 2 (3. run; 1, plunge). Conversions: Hash 2. Nebraska scoring touchdowns: Brown 1 .plunge); Nappi (25. pass from Greenlaw). Field goal: Harshman (33 yards). only 55 seconds remaining in the first half on a 32 - yard pass and run play from Bobby Jones to Jerry Marcontell to score. Arthur (Junior) Beall's conversion attempt was wide. The drizzle made the ball slip pery and unpredictable. Fumbles Southwest and missed pitchouts marred the game. It was strict on - the - ground ball control plus Pollard's kick - that gave the Horned Frogs the victory. For Baylor it was the second conference loss Texas A&M took the Bears last week and washed Baylor out of contention for the conference crown. It was an elimination garne. Had TCU lost, it would have been its second conference defeat too many to repeat as conference titlist. Texas Tech Ties Raiders, 13 - 13 LUBBOCK, Tex. W Texas Tech spotted Oklahoma A&M a 13 - 0 lead through the first 16 minutes of play before roaring back for two touchdowns before the half as the interstate rivals fought to their second successive 13 - 13 tie Saturday. Halfback Duane Wood raced 15 yards in the first with a punt return to open the scoring, but M. C. Odell missed the extra point. Quarterback Johnny Allen capped a 33 - yard Aggie drive after 45 seconds of the second quarter, plunging a yard and Odell added the extra point to insure the tie. Unable to get past their own 33 in the first quarter and completely stymied by the Aggies, the Raiders suddenly came to life. Halfback Duke Frisbie sparked the Raiders with a 72 - yard touchdown sprint and quarterback Don Williams added the point. . Late in the same quarter, the Raiders marched 53 yards on seven plays to tie up the game. Quarterback Buddy Hill's 43 - yard pass play to halfback M. C. Norths m featured the drive. Northam was in the clear on the Aggie 20, but slipped and fell at the 11. Four plays later, fullback Gene Bentley, whose 245 - pound bulk shredded the Aggie line, plunged over. BONDED FOR QUALITY EVERVESS THE BIGGEST "BUY" In Sparkling Water AT VOIR NEXT ' PARTY Full 22 et. Bottiee 15 Also Bandy 7 es. Bettlea PEPSK0LA BOTTLING CO. LINCOLN, MUBmAWUk It! iiitmiii b3 i m n in i MMUfliimUJMMIIIiii. 1 1 I - State Crushes Drake Long Runs Mark 39 - 14 Victory Statistics Drake First downs IS Rti.shms yardate 127 Pawing yardage 1 W Passes J 2 - 27 Passes intercepted by ... . 0 Puntx 6 - 27 Fumbles lost 4 Yards penalued 20 la. State 11 231 42 2 - 8 - 2 7 - 32.9 S 78 AMES, Iowa Iowa State crushed Drake 39 - 14 Saturday in a non - conference football game featured by touchdown strikes from far out, Iowa State Sophomore Bob Harden raced 70 yards on a punt return for one score and galloped 73 yards with an intercepted pass for another. The Cyclones' Jack Hansen also scored two touchdowns, one on a 5 - yard plunge and the other on a 15 - yard run. It was Iowa State's first victory in five starts after a season opening win over Denver. After the game the Cyclone players carried Coach Vince DiFrancesca, who resigned earlier this week, off the field. The Cyclones moved 36 yards on six plays in the first quarter, and added two more touchdowns in the second on Harden's pass intercept tion and Marv Walter's plunge from the 6 that was set up by a 36 - yard toss from Charlie Martin to Brian Dennis. Harden's long punt return and Hansen's 15 yard run after a short kick gave the Cyclones the ball on the Drake 26, accounted for two more scores. The last Iowa State touchdown was in a four - yard pass from Bill Hill to Ron Pohl. - Drake winged 68 yards in six plays in the second quarter, Roger Labrasca's 35 - yard pass to Jerry Mertens planting the ball on the one. Labrasca plunged from one foot out for the touchdown. Drake ft 7 7 814 low State 7 12 14 8 ay Drake senrtnj: Touchdowns Labrasca fl foot, plunge): Lind (42 pass from La - braca. Conversions. Bill Leemsn 2. Iowa State scoring: Touchdowns Hansen 2 (3 plunge. IS run); Harden 2 (73, pass interception, 70 punt return): Waiter (6 plunge); Pohl (4 pass from Hill). South Dakota Halts , Iowa Teachers, 20 - 19 VERMILLION, S. D. (UP) - Ray Schamber reeled off touchdown runs of 55 and 25 yards and hauled in a pass covering 45 yards for a third touchdown as South Dakota squeezed by Iowa State Teachers, 20 - 19 Saturday. BRING IT TO STEVEN'S 9 2 Day Service 1 Reasonable Prices All Work Guaranteed replaced while you wait Crystal All Shape R0NS0N LIGHTERS REPAIRED . Engravings - Ona Day Sarvict jflHS ' WBkMak - lSi4'ai Opr Thurt Till 9 P.M. I mi i Kansas Defeats K - State 2 Fumbles Mark 20 - 15 Win Statistics ' ' Eansaa X - Ststa 11 in 40 HJ ft SIM i SO First downs I? Rushing yards it ...... 2.11 Passing yardage - ...... 75 Passes - U Passes intercepted by.. 0 Punts - 33. Fumbles lost ......... Yards penalized 45 MANHATTAN, Kan. B Kan - sas, harrassed by its own mis - takes in the first half, came from behind twice Saturday to defeat aroused Kansas State 20 - 15. The Jayhawks, favored by two touchdowns, fumbled the ball away five times in the first half to open the way for two K - State touchdowns. But the Wildcats couldn't stand prosperity, and erred twice at crucial times to lose the game. Kansas got a first down on the K - State 3 in the third quarter to set up the Jayhawk second touch Big Seven down and tie the game at 13 - 13. A K - State back tried to wrestle the ball from Kansas Bob Marshall after a 16 - yard pass from Walljr Strauch to State's 18. A 15 - yard penalty for unsportsmanlike play moved the ball to the 1, and Strauch sneaked over two plays later. The winning Kansas touchdown came early in the fourth quarter after K - State Kenny Nesmith was called for pass interference. The penalty gave Kansas a first down on the 1. Fullback Homer Floyd, who had raced 59 yards to the K - State 16 two plays earlier, scored on a 1 - yard plunge. Kansas State took the lead in the second quarter when Floyd fumbled on the K - State 34 and Wildcat quarterback Dick Corbin recovered. Corbin scored three plays later from the 30. The Wildcats got their second tally two minutes later when Marshall dropped the ball and K - State's Ray Glaze recovered on the home club's 11. Nesmith hit Gene Keady with a running pass for the touchdown. Kansas cut State's half time lead to 13 - 6 with an 80 - yard drive. Charlie McCure scored from the 3. Kansas 0 7 720 Kansas State 0 13 2 0 IS Kansas scoring touchdowns: McCue (3 plunge); Strauch (I. plunteK Floyd (It plunge). Conversions: Strauch 2. Kansas State scoring touchdowns: Cor. bin (30. run); Keady 00. pass from Nesmith). Safety: Rhode (punt blocked by Meier), Conversion: Nesmitb. Rice Scores 27 - 0 Win Over Utah HOUSTON, Tex. (ft Buddy Dial, 175 - pound sophomore end, made a pair of beautiful catchei Saturday while taking two touchdown passes from quarterback King Hill as the Rice Owls took a 27 - 0 intersectional football victory over Utah. Dial ran his touchdown recep tions total for the season to five by taking a 47 - yard toss in the first quarter and another for 3 yards in the third. Halfback Ken Williams followed minutes later with a 8 - yard scoring run, and quarterback Frank Ryan climaxed a 73 - yard fourth - quarter drive by passing 5 yards to end David Man - tor for the final score. Fullback Jerry Hall kicked the first two extra points and Hill converted after the third touchdown. A crowd of 22,000 saw Dial receive five passes for 113 yards. The Owls fielded three teams that on defense prevented the Skyline Conference team from moving inside the Rice 26 - yard line. A light rain fell in the first quarter and the weather paused Rice's smallest home crowd in six years. WRESTLE TUESDAY NIGHT November 6th Wrestling Starts 8:30 Fairgrounds Arena. Lincoln TWO CHAMPS! "WW - "WW HANS SCHMIDT ROY McCLARITY for U.S. Championship JUNE BYER V.A, hampioa FENNY IaNNER ANGEL0 P0PP0 SAMMY MANACHER FREE, PATROLLED fARKINO Children under 13 Gen. Aden...... PRE AdNlts Oen. A dm. ............. .1 1 Kmnro Rincside ...Now ONLY fi.ftt (fn. Adflw, on savir at Area 1 p.m. 1 ura. Reserved Tteketg T4w Bala GERRY'S I GREENWICH Sport Shop I Drive In 1321 MP" I inb "O" ,

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