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THE KANSAS CITY STAR SUNDAY OCTOBER 8 1967 10 Husker Shakes Loose From K-State Defenders BRUINS COME TO LIFE Penn State Is Fourth Straight Victim as Undefeated A Scores All Points After Half in 17-15 Triumph NITTANY LIONS 7-0 IT BREAK Andrusyshyn' Field Goal and Tackle Hal Griffin's Recovery of Blocked Punt in End Zone Do It for Visitors i jap tti '4k mm University Park Pa Third-ranked CL A came from behind scoring all its 17 points in the second half yesterday to overcome stubborn Penn State 17-15 for its fourth straight victory A capacity crowd of 48 -4 233 fourth largest in Penn State history saw the scrappy Nittany Lions fall after taking a 7-0 half-time lead A managed only one touchdown from scrimmage a 3-yard rollout in the fourth quarter by Quarterback Gary Beban whose 184 career points is an all-time high for the Bruins In the third quarter soccer-style kicker Zenon Andrusyshyn booted his seventh field goal of the a and tackle Hal Griffin recovered a blocked punt in the end zone for the score that put them ahead to stay Penn hard-running tailback Bob Campbell was punt ing from his own 26-yard line when defensive end Vic Lepisto shot through a gap and batted as he was the leading rusher with 95 yards on 15 carries Penn State did not tally its second touchdown until there was 1:08 left in the game A was penalized for pass interference on its own 2-yard line and halfback Tom Cherry replacement scored from there UCLA Penn State It 14 179 151 108 73 97 60 10-16-1 7-23-2 6-39 8-37 1 1 7t 37 0 0 10 7 0 0 run (Abbey kick) FO Andrusyshyn 37 Griffin recovered blocked In end zone (Andruayshyn kick) Beban 3 run (Andrusyshyn kick) Cherry 2run (Sherman run) Attendance 48233 KEY PLAY TURN TIDE Bowling Green An alert Western Michigan defense stopped Bowling Green inches mm v'Wv-M-: IlD PATRICK NU-I NEBRASKA GOES THROUGH AIR FOR Bill Kennedy (83) of Kansas State is in pursuit as quarterback Frank Patrick of the Huskers rolls to his right and guard Mel Brichacek moves up to block In the middle picture Wildcat defenders Mitch Borota (11) Mike Duncan (20) and Danny Lankas (50) rush toward the goal line with the ball thrown by Patrick On the right Dennis Richnafsky hauls in the pass for the 5-yard score as the play second fiddle The second-quarter reduced margin to 14-7 It a Loss but What a Loss It Is Bomberger kicked a 27-yarder the ball into the end zone where short of the goal line in the first Griffin fell on it Campbell who scored Penn State's first touchdown left the game with a knee injury and his the opening game against Washington and now stands on attempts this season Frank Patrick the period and then came up with two key interceptions in the fourth quarter for a 10-6 MidAmerican conference victory K-State-N Individual Statistics loss was sorely felt by the Lions yesterday RUSHING Nebraska Davis 19-59 Orduna 10-10 Kansas Davis 23-34: Brown 1-3 Lawson 3-3 Cain 5-minus 2 Nossek 6-mi- nusM- passing Patrick 19-33-193 Kansas Nossek 9-19-104 RECEIVING Richnafskv 13-137 Davis 5-21 Penney 1-20 Orduna 1-8 Toollff 1-4 Morrison 1-3 Kansas Jones 6-76 Balducct 1-15 Strozier 2-12 punting SteDhenson 7-347 Kansas State-Coble 10-43 Bv Del Black (A Member of The Star's Sports Staff) Manhattan kas -Coach Vince Gibson yesterday struck another 1 in getting Kansas State off the deck and into football prominence Gibson has vowed that i Wildcats will compete And compete they did in pushing powerful Nebraska to the limits before losing 16-14 Not that Gibson is satisfied with playing the No 7 ranked team to within two points Nor will he admit that this loss proved something about his fast developing program of revival Pride Victory in Defeat this game could have meant so much for our he snapped in his gruff Then Gibson turned to one of his favorite post-mortem topics: How games are won and lost He has maintained the philosophy that games are lost rather than won Yesterday he hedged while exploring this topic and said: wasn't a game where we beat they (Nebraska) beat us with execution It was just a case of them being a well-coached team with a Their program is and poise of the four straight years Eight conference-in the Cornhusker Photographs From Manhattan by John Vawtcr and Bill Radford jr in 2-for-5 sophomore quarterback who clicked for 19 completed passes for 193 yards praised the Wildcats and cooled any notions that the Huskers were taking the game lightly coaches kept telling us all week that this would be our toughest game so he said (K-State) hit better than Washington but have the size or weight to hit like Devaney said he called about half of the plays on drive which started at the 15 for the field goal He said that the muddy field forced both teams to abandon the running game And while the Huskers drifted toward their chartered bus Vince Gibson sat alone in his locker room quarters He was still voicing praise for his defensive warriors Lankas Salat Kennedy Austin Haney and Goyne shut off running game dad-gummed-good Gibson reflected Lankas is an all-America Haney played well after Marn was hurt in the first half And that Goyne He played real well after being criticized in the first two games both teams played a heck of a And you could guess that the K-State coach was thinking of the remaining seven games And the ever-developing possibilities of victories Like Patrick of the Huskers said: (K-State) going to upset somebody before all southern drawl could have put us over the hump But I told the kids they have anything to hang their heads about know we out-personnel people But told our was evident fine lot of pride The pride in the Big dressing room Coach Bob De-vaney emphasized this fact when he said it was a great comeback I never thought they (the Huskers) were out of it because they play that way pulled them out kids all along that we going to be ashamed of ourselves in any Gibson continued tell yon one thing coached a long time and never had a team give me four quarters of effort like Devanev compared thriller with the 16-14 Husker victory at Missouri in 1965 In that one Mizzou bolted to a 14-0 advantage on its first two possessions But rallied for 12 first-half points and Larry Wachholtz kicked a game-winning field goal in the waning minutes for the Husker escape Then Devaney switched his discussion to K-State team was ready to play I thought they were going to run us out of the park They have good football players and are weU-coached They played real tough all the Devaney like Gibson agreed that the wind from ihe north-northwest at 12 miles an hour was an advantage for the team jwith it to its back team with the wind to its back seemed to have field Devaney noted was more of an advantage than I thought it would be If I would have realized this before the game I'd have gone with the wind instead of Devaney revealed that he gave the game ball to Dennis Richnafsky his senior split end who caught 13 passes for 137 yards Richnafsky agreed that the game resembled the clash two years ago but then made a point: think our drive (for the field goal) was a little better today because we were going against the Star to Catch One to Kick Richnafsky said he knew he could get open because his defender was playing off him (away from) by as many as 15 yards simple hooks and outs worked We worked on No 20 (Mike Duncan) more because he played off me more than No 21 (Lodis He said the Wildcats used double coverage on him only five or six times Devaney reasoned that Richnafsky was the target more than Dennis Morrison and Paul Topliff who alternated at tight end because K-State double-covered the Husker long side or tight end Bill Bomberger the culprit to K-State hopes when his 31-yard field goal narrowly tucked inside the right upright said he was scared to death was just the sophomore related was scared because I had time mod and wind against me I look up after the kick But it felt good and when I turned (after kicking) I could see out of the corner of my eye some commotion on our bench so I figured it was Headquarters Department of the Army Kansas City Interviews Monday and Tuesday October 9 9:00 A till 11:00 PM October 10 9:00 A till 11:00 PM Department of Army Washington Needs COMPUTER PROGRAMMERS COMPUTER SYSTEMS ANALYSTS PAWS Dong Jones of Kansas State makes a (great catch of this pass from quarterback Bill Nossek late in the first quarter to pick up a first down for the Wildcats on the 11 Defending on the play is Dana Stephenson Looking on are Art Strozier (left) of K-State and Adrian Fiala (32) of Nebraska LATE KICK BEATS RING TOURNEY IS SET Youngsters Will Engage in 2-Day Memorial Hall Meet Gloves will fly from all directions when the Midwest Coaches and Trainers association stages its annual Silver Mittens boxing tournament at Memorial Hall in Mason of Fort Hays (Kas) Kansas City Kansas Tuesday State held the pace all the way and Wednesday mghts Made up from boxers in the 9 to 15 year age group the box against boys of their own weight in classifica-from 55 to 105 after the first mile to capture the 11th annual cross-country jamboree in wet windy weather yesterday morning with a time tions ranging SPECIAL! HAND WIRED PORTABLE (Continued From Page 1S Davis lost two yards before After each team failed to Nossek hit Strozier for a 3-yard move the ball on its first two completion After an incomplete pounds pass Bruhin was sent into ac FULL YEAR GUARANTEE tion to try a field goal from the of 19:468 for the four miles left hash mark 17 yards out It Abilene Christian college led skimmed off barely wide to the left This seemed to i by Albert Vantroba and Kenny revive the i Link who were sixth and sev Local Servica BARGAIN CITY TROOST possessions Nebraska took over on its 11 following a 51-yard punt by Bob Coble Patrick threw incomplete Ben Gregory gained seven yards and the Huskers were penalized for offsides On the next play tackle Bill Salat slammed into Patrick forcing a fumble and Eckhardt recovered for the at the 11 Cornelius Davis carried four straight times to get a first down at the 1 Ossie Cain was stopped for no gain but the Huskers drew a roughing penalty to the half -uwy to Llic Huskers and they picked up three first downs before a 5-yard penalty and an excellent defensive play by Ron Bowen cost Nebraska seven more yards and forced a punt The Wildcats move and Nebraska went at it again from the K-state 48 following a punt It took the Huskers only seven plays to travel the dis- A I EVERYTHING TO DRESS UP YOUR CAR i GOODYEAR TIRE STORES 4318 TRUMAN RD Bouts are scheduled to get under way at 7 both nights The public is invited and there is no admission charge Youngsters interested in competing are requested to report for weigh-ins and physical examination at the Argentine Parish house between 6 and 9 tomorrow night The Coaches and Trainers association is made up of individuals working in the Golden Gloves program Bubble Klice director of the Gateway Boxing club is president of the group Other officers include Joe Amayo sr of Argentine Parish house and Joe Rima Whatsoever Community club fast! easy! Save 5 cents a line each day by placing your Star Want Ads for 3 or more consecutive days Dial BA Adv enth nosed out Kansas by a single point in a hot scrap for the team championship Gerry Garcia of Eastern New Mexico and Pat McMahon Oklahoma Baptist battled Mason through the first two miles but the Fort Hays strider pulled away before the 3-mile post and won handily Garcia finished second leader was Glenn Cunningham jr who finished eighth Team scoring (low scores win): Abilene Christian college 77 Kansas 78 New Mexico 96 Oklahoma State 140 Emporia State and Wichita 143 Fort Hays State 146 Harding eollege 149 Eastern New Mexico 204 Oklahoma Baptist 221 Oklahoma Christian college 268 Openings for qualified personnel to participate in an extensive program which includes the design testing implementation operation and maintenance of Automatic Data Processing systems to provide vital support to Headquarters Department of Army for manpower and personnel management functions tanee with the big play coming yard line and Davis plowed a ftvarl1 nae8e PafrirV on a 20-vard from Patrick pass to Tom Penney for a first down at the 7 On the second play Patrick fired to Richnafsky in the end zone and cut the lead to 14-7 with Computer Sales over the touchdown Mike Bru km added the extra point with 6:23 remaining as the K-State fans cheered wildly That din was nothing though compared to the deafening roar that went up on the fourth play 5 aoain fi- i iL rtrr N6ur2SK3 11116216116(1 Ifn frS his late moving from the Wildcat 47 when Borota came up from his safety position to hit Gregory so to Pattinv violently that the Husker sma shed halfback lost the ball Again it was Eckhardt the junior nose guard from St Louis who was Johnny-on-the-spot and pounced on the ball at back on the 23 Then Bomberger was called on for a field goal but his kick from the 30 was short 1 1 i the second-half TO BE SOLD AT AUCTION AMARILLO TEXAS CalComp the leading manufacturer of digital plotting systems has 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and Coble finally had to punt into the gusty wind from the end zone A1 Larson returned it from the 40 to the 33 and the Huskers promptly marched to a first down on the 9 Patrick hit Richnafsky for a 2-yard gain and Gregory drove to the 5 before a piling-on-penalty placed the ball on the 3 Patrick then fumbled and Mel Brichacek recovered for the Huskers for no gain Then pass intended for Richnafsky in the end zone was incomplete and K-State took over Playing conservatively the Wildcats gain and exchanged pnnts with the Huskers kick put Nebraska in business again at the K-State 38 This time it took the Huskers seven plays to go in for the touchdown with Gregory finally diving over left tackle from one yard out at the 1:17 mark Then came deflection of extra point try and considerable sparring by the two clubs before the Huskers got their winning drive under way the Nebraska 39 This time Bill Nossek who had disdained the pass on the first scoring drive stung the Huskers through the air 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