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Nebraska Wins Opener Mighty Tigers Edged, 13 to 10 Fourot Men Lead Till Last Statistics Missonri Phft D owm ..................... 7 RMkint Yardam .................... 62 Paifiaa Yardaac ....................14.1 PaMca Attaoip<td .......... 24 PaMtfl Coaiplcttd .................... in 1'aitaa latercaptcd by ............ 2 P«rti ........................................... « PwMiBa ATcraga . ................ 49 Lost ........................... 2 Yanb Faaalizad ..................... 15 Maryland Has to Rally to Nip Mizzou Reynolds, Novak, Cifro Spark 46-0 Victory Over S.D. COLUMBIA Mo. (^—The University of Maryland’s proud 12- game winning streak and national reputation rode the pitching and passing arm of Jack Scarbath and{ the churning legs of Ralph Felton to a narrow comeback 13-10 victory Saturday over the Univer-! sity of Missouri’s supposedly out-( classed Tigers. i It was Felton who took a pitchout from Scarbath and carried it| 15 yards across the goal line early in the fourth quarter to givej Maryland its first touchdown. 1 It was Scarbath, calmly picking, his receivers under the pressure, of dying seconds, who spotted Lloyd Colteryahn on Missouri’s 26 yard line and opened the door for Maryland’s winning score with barely more than a minute re-: maining. • • • COLTERYAHN grabbed the pass, hesitated while Felton threw a key block that removed the only Tiger defender, and then raced into the end zone. Except for that brilliant comeback, Maryland looked like a fallen giant. For three quarters it, resembled anything but the team; that was rated 1-2 among the nation’s football greats with Michigan State. For three quarters the crowd of 18,000 sat in damp stadium seats, almost ready to believe they were to be in on the first major; upset of the 1952 season. They saw fumbled dispose of a terrific Maryland first _ half advantage, while Missouri playing as though It had never seen the team rankings, followed along behind Quarterback Tony Scardino and Jim Hook, and Fullback Bill Roekamp, the ex-West Point cadet. Missouri managed only four first downs to Maryland’s seven in the first half. And In rushing yardage the Terrapins ground out 125 yards to the Tigers* 45. Working half way through the second period Missouri opened up,.i.„.M c®mpuit 4 !!!!*.!! ......... out of a spread formation, that e***« tottrcemwi .............. left five men in the center of the «»«.»t !!!!!;!'.!!!!!!• — lino and scattered five eligible fhihmm iom ........................ J pass receivers. Standing deep, Scardino flipped CIFRA CRASHES OVER AS HALF ENDS—George Cifra, Comhusker fullback, crashes over right guard from the 6-yard line to score a bare 20 seconds before the end of the first half. (Husker Game Pictures by Staff Photographers Ralph Fox and Bob Gorham.) Reich Pilots Kansas to Victory Frogs Blanked, 13to0 Statistics Pint dowM ---- Kvilitflc ,ard««« Yards prnalized Kac. . 14 ,1HH . 91 22 S 1 s 34 «0 TCP ^ , . . LAWRENCE, Kans. (W—Kansas passes to End Jim Jennings andg stonewall line in front of Roekamp that carried the Tigers Texas Christian’s highly adver- 35 yards to the Maryland 5. Then spread formation Saturday fading deep, ^ardino sent another Quarterback Gil Reich sup- pass to Jennings that skipped off the offensive dynamite to his fingers and those of Mary- the Kansas a 13-0 victory land’s Bernie Faloney into the before millions of television view- hands of Buddy Makin. Makiniç^^ turoed on the three and wept into Kansas struck quickly in the the end zone with the Tiger |jj,gt period and again in the touchdown. Paul Fuch’s second jom-th. Reich figured in both conversion attempt was good* scores tossing touchdown passes after Maryland was offside on the ji^st to John Konek and then to first. This gave Missouri a 7-0 gob Brandeberry. lead. I Texas Christian, defending; • • • champion of the Southwest Con-i WITH A MINUTE remaining in ference, never got its attack off; the half, Fuchs shot a 13-yard the ground, though Ray MeKown' field goal through the uprights fired his mates to occasional bursts and Maryland trailed by 10. ¡of brilliance with his passing and' That’s the way it stood until ¡his running, late in the third quarter. Mary- • • • la^, finally alert, ,*^°ved on the KANSAS’ opening kick- offense as Dick Nolan off was called back for offsides, a ^ardino pass *"^,,^®turned it Clinkscale fumbled Kanto his 33. with Sca^ath ^^^, kickoff on the TCU keeping on the spit T. afd Full-jg^ ^ recovered for back Ed Barritt and Halfback javhawkpr* Ronnie Waller, Kansas moved to the Horned the line, the Terps made^ R one before Konek fumbled Bouri s 15 and Felton finally h Marshall Robinson recovered , V o Konc.r. ior TCU McKown’s punt carried Roekamp. who plapd a b ng^ 3 g yg^ds and Reich ran it XeiMUu 4 t game for the Tigers at fullback jg yards to put the ball on and defensive right end. smashed «fi - is By NGRRiS ANDERSGN Sunday Sports W’rller Nebraska’s 1952 football squadron, given a last briefing ¡before nine major operations, systematically tracked down the toothless South Dakota Coyote, 46-0, Saturday in a fumbly, penalty-infested inaugural. Amidst a deluge of officials* flags, the Huskers cleared a first foothill along a mountainous road back by matching a halftime output of 26 points with 20 more bites of pay dirt during the final two quarters. j An audience of 30,000 saw the Huskers exude crisp tackling and improved blocking this sunny day. They saw two fullbacks of old-time power proportions emerge in Ray Novak and George Cifra and, best of all. they saw All-American Bobby Reynolds in one of his heart-stopping touchdown gallops. • • • THEY SAW two new quarterbacks of high promise in Duane Rankin and Dan Brown and, amidst the symphony of flags, there beamed through a sock-’em determination that forbodes a longer days for future Husker foes. I Coach J. William Glassford- emptied his entire bench, 53 strong, on the Coyotes as the' Huskers piled up 29 f’rst downs and 516 net yards. Whether the Coyotes were woefully weak or Husker replacements are neck-deep, the real test still looms Saturday night at Portland, Ore. There the Huskers do battle with a major power. Oregon University, and the real proof will be in the pudding. When all was told, only one factor remained forever proven: That the Huskers can beat South Dakota. Reynold!, used largely as a decoy all day, turned on hla oi»en field naagle only once. That was enough. For Biasing Bobhy, Injury ridden In 1951 after a star- apangled sophomore season, looked every Inch his All- Amerlea self In faking a punt and rambling 62 yards for a touchdown In the third quarter. Reynolds, In deep punt formation on fourth down, starteci Hunting Bagf Possession Limits Listed See Back of Sports Section, Page 10-B Buffs Don't Impress BOULDER, Colo. W—Colorado unwrapped its 1952 model football machine, billed as a team to watch in the Big Seven this fall, with an unimpressive 20-14 defeat of San Jose State Saturday. Colorado Uirned on its running game to outpace the Californians in a costly victory that saw the injury of the Buffs’ pint-size wingback, W(K>dy Shelton. THE INJURY will deprive Colorado of Shelton’s valuable services in the Buffs’ crucial games next weekend against Oklahoma and the following week against Kansas. Colorado was unable to stop San Jose fullback Dick Stults, who scored both of the Californians’ touchdowns and ground out 177 yards in 22 plays. San Joie opened ttie aeortim In the first period when StuHs widely toward the west sidelines i Waited through the Colorado lured in the secondary, dodged* M**« and raced 79 yard! to aeore. aw«y Igom tafMl^ of Ihe JO A penalty on San Joae for and thiet on the fl\A and roughing set up Coldmdb’i open bounced across the goal. Seem-mg score five minutes later. Ralph ingly hopelessly pinned against the Curtis rammed it across from the sidelines on the five, Reynolds two-yard line, somehow tore through the trap In the second period Colorad as does this lad who deals in moved 40 yards in nine running miracles. i plays climaxed by a 12 -yard The scrimmage line wa.s the 50- ‘«uchdown run by Arroll Hardy, yard stripe, but Bobby actually franje Bcrnardi stored the final went 62 yards. touchdown for Colorado when he m m ¡returned a punt 53 yards down the « . ... . i sidelines. WITH THE crowd still on ita Following the kickoff, San Jose feet, Btibby kicked the extra point.^rove gj yg^ds In 12 plays for the boosting the Husker lead to 33-0 ¿•gjjfo|.j^jg„g. score. StuRz with 2:35 left of the third quarter.jg^t four yards. Two fourth-quarter touch- -♦ downs, both on pass plays, were encouraging, but anti-climatic. The flr«i found Duane Rankin, rapidly-improving Northeast sophomore, paulng to Bill Thayer, a fellow soph. In a 46- yard play. Thayer, kmesome aa Kefauver. fielded the pitch on the 20 and quickly negotiated the remaining yardage with luuy a Coyote on the lone prairie REICH PICKS UP THREE— Gil Reich, Kansas University quarterback and former Army star, picks up three yards around left end in the first quarter of the Jayhawks’ game against Texas Christian at Lawrence Saturday. Charles Rogers li blocked out of the play as TCU’s R. C. Harris crosses over to make the tackle. (AP Wirephoto.) fPOTBALV Yankees, Bi*ooklyn through to block the conversion attempt. M.YHYLAND Ksi*—Coluryahn, Nulor, lleuer, Albrecht. Wcldenwul, AWcrton. ^ , Tacklci— Breunkh, M odíele wikl. Jones. Mor«>n. idcl.uckr . „ <iure*—Navarro. Maletzky. Decker. Sian- kaut. Lattimer. Zirhun. _ CMtera—Coatrove. Bocri. Brouaher, Ir- '^aMrtartaeka—Scarbath, Deialelano. Hanulak. Fullerton. Felton, Cntier. Boiold Fallback*— Bamtt. Homina. MIHHOl'Rl FaSi Trnninr* Uoodwin, VVillaon, Vdell. Mantead 13 .., Iowa Hlatc 37 .. Colorado tU KaBM* Mate 21 Reich hit Jerry Bogue, Kansas end. for 12 yards and then banged the ball to Konek In the end zone. Konek’s try for conversion w’as wide. Late in the third period, Kansas set up its second score. Reich gathered in a punt on his 10 and wood 20 ¡returned 16 yards. Fiss, Brande- induaa <eatrai__32 mr- UH-VRW l,oiilitoiia Tteh 8 BIC. Kman aad Hear» 13 .................. Hoalh Dakote 0 j ................ Trr « Mlatoarl 10 Hoatk Dakota Stela 19 l^ter IT Me Nee»« Weid Viratela Tach Tro» Stele Teacher* 0 SOUTHWEST Wake Fores 14 I Protect Loop Margins Compiled From News Wires .Garcia, apparently to give Big The New York Yanks and the’Mike a resL N. Meako MUiter» 7 Brooklyn Dodgers both scored! *« *.*rir.o «r i? Hardte simaMtat 7i victories Saturday afternoon but! MEL PARNELL 8 string oi 17 KcM State 20 (Nilo Wctleraa 53 Farlfcaia 14 Carletoa 31 ........ ItelMtoa« 13 ,.... Fraaklte 3 ........ I.«wreBce 21 straight victories over Washington was snapped when the Senators defeated the Red Sox, 10-6. Hurle». Corpen», Tackte«—llora Waller, berry and Charlie Hoag moved the Jayhawks to their own 41 and l.awr»acc 21 . . then Reich directed the drive P.*'«« 2 » down to TCU’s 8 . raachuite. Phiiiip«, Bull. Fuchi. In the first 37 seconds of the Gejiman ^ „ t period. Bj andeberry hauled M.'ir*’“"’"“" ^ «ve-yard pas, (or the SSSXSr"sci;5l:;%0«». M'"''«'t ioonvertld“'’*‘'’ Halfbacka —( arra*. Roie, I-eialer, Milne TEXAS CHRISTIAN *"'*F'«inìaèkr'*^^'*RÓwekamp, Androlewelci.L, ■'I***'*' Dacu», CTiarlea, Roter*. n..r*k^ n>i.man iVouaht i roual. Burkhart. Bauman. n n fi it 11 Wjlllami. Maclin. R C Maryland .............................. 0 0 0 IX—Temple, MiiMmri ................................................ 0 10 0 0—10, lUm*«», Oknn, Umbert, Ram- Marytead icortea— Tmichdowni: Felton and lieio. leemv. Muck. Wallac« Colkrvahn FAT: Decker. Onler*-.Ucrurmick, McKachern, Sitton Miaaoiirl acorina- Touchdowns Makin Field Quartertuirk* I’linkscalc. .M. Robinson, .Me Goal; Fuch*. PAT; Fuch* (placement). Picture on Page 2-B Monmuttib 4<) •.. < Slc*eM FulM 13 .. tiantlne 21 Kma II ............ M (Micttr 28 .. Drake 11 Busto« l'«lv*r*it» ( Hutter 2.5 F.aMcm k*«l«ek> 7 Western Illinois 10 Kteun II ('tectewill 2.5 Kansas W**te»M tl 1.CWI* rolteae 12 . foe 21 ( aruil 21 .............. Bears Barely Win Opener Hnron 31 BAST Kovtn !«ortto«d StiNe Teackera 33 Rnftele Halfback*-R » McKonn. Fraley. Mere- Yale 34 U, af Ceni^t^l IS dun, Jone< Harxlle. Morrow, Watson Fean Slate 20 Tentate 13 l ullbacka Fowler. Dublin. T. Evans. Rhud* Island 32 k . vusm Fena Teachers 14 Edtabom Teachers Bs'tn.sn Bolltea 1.1 Syraente Fad*—Moaue. Kay, Taylor, Leon, Brace- indteaa (l*».l Te«ckf»» 12 t;ene»a 6 lin Patterson. Cleavenair. Ua»aesb«ra 27 West Liberty 12 Taeklee Mrkonic, Lundy, Spencer. Poppe, H'lttenhert 27 ... . Heldelben 34 .. (twirtn—Knowles, Fink. Rostman, Helm Tnflt 13 Städter. Ifantla, Armstron« West Va. State 0 San Joac I 4 ,fnterade Western SO Hmdler I Arlmna State 28 . MIDWEST tÄ2T^ ” M, ,1 • %OTSon IS Only the Bums gained ground. .. W'estmi MkhteM 13 Tesa* Tech 48 West Teaas Stala 7 New York topped Philadelphia, uSTpSte • S^esf-Ti^i'siii 1 * * 7 ( 2 - 0 , but Cleveland kept within ^ ^ 0 mdii^SL sr **.•.■ ..McSiSS iWvk games of the Yanks by club- Mickey Vernon blasted a three- Far*ona 0 Artewta 37 . liawaU » bing Detroit 11-3 ^un inside-thc-park homer to • MUw.iu?w^" 2 «'AR WEST In another night game the St. ieature • six-run Washington up- Hetet.%kForce 0 13 Louis Browns scored five times in'rtsing m the fourth inning. wsiif 0 •* »’ the ninth to top Chicago, 9-6. Satch Paige chucked a shutout Hui» 4 .te • *• ........ CoUe« m Ä *1 Washington drubbed Boston.ito give the Browns a sweep of Miiwankee state 0 ^ 14 ' ^ 7 iQ- 6 . lb« twin bill. Paigc pitched .an Anan^M 7 NEBRASKA HIGH SI HooLM • • • cight-hitlcr his tcammates • Mk^ '^ 0 NATIONAL League action cen- collected 10 to score four runs. is. (^ IS 48 ..V.V.V.V.'.V 7 tered on the Dodgers-Braves and BROOKLYN’S pennant-driving ; Hiram 14 Rosalie 24 Ra«doii»b 14 Qiants-PhilUes gamcs. Brooklyn Dodgers, thanks to the combined r.V.V***“’^ÄtoS;B”.‘’T*ow%« ik.j...«bfbrt.tJ mS; *S edged Boston, 1 - 0 , in ten innings,and ' - ' KvaasvUie 2 « STATE COLLEGES while the Philadelphia Phils took Jackie Kobinson and righthander »»„.Äff I* lithe Giants, 3-2, in a nocturnaliCarl Erskine. provided Manager p»o •' — HMitbwesieiB CoUm lat* bkat© CarNteals lo Dallas Tesaaa ...Z?. *?lFklte4elphte F.aaie» 38 Fort Jackso« IIUNOk mate i DetroS 14 mm 45 WaUitaMoa KatfsfciM 7 MaciS^ u C bkMO Baars 22 Flttsbarah U ■. ! '. ! Sio«i Falls u i; Heinrich Stars ,;In Hiiskie Win contest. Charlie Dressen with a most wel- • Chicago defeated St. Louis. 4-1, come 54th birthday present—a J in the other scheduled NL game, shutout over the Boston Braves. # • • Robinson’s fourth consecutive THE YANKS broke up a score- hit against I^fty Warren Spahn less battle between Lopat and drove in Billy Cox with the wm- Alex Kellner with two runs in the rung run with two out in the ex- eighth inning. In the first seven tra frame. As a result, Robinson innings Kellner allowed only two was credited with half of the eight singles. hits made against f Phil Rizzuto’s double with one league«’ strikeout king. Cyclone 11 Steamrollers S.D. State* i AMES Wi—Iowa State, led by Only 1:15 remained of the game,Quarterback Dick Mann and Full- when Dan’l Brown and Dennis {back Stan Cozzi, opened its foot(Mr. Twist) Korinek teamed for ¡ball leason victorioiwly Saturday a final pass play. This covered 10 walloping South Dakota State. 57- yards and was needed like the 19. Huskers needed a hole in their Iowa State pushed into a 9-0 respective noggins. Reynolds* lead in the first quarter, stretched placement was blocked. Jit to 23-0 by halftime and stepped Messrs. Novak and Cifra up the pace Iti the last half de­ boomed the Huskers to a 26-0 gpHe Coach Abe Stuber’s liberal ihalftime lead. Each scored a pair use of reserves lof touchdowns and. in general, goiith Dakota State raced for |dealt the Sodak line and line- hs three touchdowns in the last backers a bruising time. quarter, one on a 95 -yard run A 45-yard punt return by Dan Halback Jerry Welch. Brown launch^ r> V* ? MANN set the pace for Iowa first scoring drive. Bordognas through the air. tossin han^ff to Brown three touchdown passes—to End foxed the onrushmg who Hohwedder, Halfback Fran awoke to find p^®y;Congiardo, and Halfback Dick up on the South Dakota 46. from ^ * ‘I'ii'v’.M JírS¡?Í"b‘v'’‘'¿í,í; »‘“»»«X sun Cozzi Tzmmod for rtoKna, climaxed with Cifra bounc- down" for a A1 0 0 ^ ¡son scored on a pass from Quar- VB* u ■ M IT v r u u_HilFrback Bill Plantón, and Iowa TH SLVE MINUTES 1^’ stale scored a salety when Rollie elap.scd f '""«llArns blocked a South Dakota by a bad center pass to attempt ig “ .7;t‘i’„,"’,tn'’ter”;r»«‘.tvmled! i nllback Pete Reulaff alarted Aft center pssis Reynolds’ placement attempt. ^^e scoring for South Dakota Marching 71 yards In 11 plays, the Huskers scored again with 3:10 gone of the second quarter. Novak, looking like a swivei- hipped balfbaek, swirled 21 yards for the touchdown aa he slipped away from two secondary defenders and cut back. „ Reynolds’ placement was wide. I gyyyao^a lg% n-cg\\Arg Four minutes later, the Huskers A a llljLrgv- EjmFTf 3 in nine plays. Set up by Reynold’s COLLEGE. Pa. iJFh- the scoring for {state with a 12-yard TD run early •In the fourth quarter. Tackle ; Evans Alan added another by intercepting a Planton pass running 38 yards, and Welch finished the Jackrabbit scoring with nis long run. hits made aeainst the major again «m a 45->ard drive - Set up by recovery of a Sodak fumble, the march ended with Novak plunging ¡over right guard for the touch- idown. Reynolds WACO, Tex. (Ah — Baylor’s. Bears fought from behind ^ice Kte„«„ to tie the score, then beat Wake ___________ Forest 17-14 with only 14 seconds 20 Saturday. < tntcrv -WuoUy. GtW. Hobtrt* HalfbacK*-Ho«i. Clndrtch, Konek. Bf»u Gcoffte IS ... G«ona« Tack S4 .... IVPI 37 .......... amphcrd 7 ..... to go Saturday, Fairburyjuco C O. Brocato, the rugged Bay- / wimsTJii m.»» si lor linebacker, booted a field goal KlnstS IVBll§Bn§ >*«** « «mim« S 3 from the Wake Forest 11 -yard line ‘ to climax a story football battle in TOPEKA, Kas. <IB — Fairbury, , which long passes and long runs Neb., Junior College took its sec- ' mi n kept a crowd of 16,000 in pande- ond grid game this week from < oii««« 25 monium. Kansas opposition by defeating Ri«k «««8 34 It wag 92 degrees, so hot the Kansas Tech here Saturday, 25-8. * *• ** ;. people ftinned themselves in the Wednesday night, Coach Red vwisim »*« ts stands, and the game coincidediGrovert’s crew blasted out a 12-8 ■ 7 wi'ii the weather. win over Highland Junior College, Maryuii« at .......... SEATTLE (INS)—All-Ameri- out opened the winning spurt Ertklne, who has been com- Don Heinrich led Washington Hank Bauer’s single scored Riz- plaining about his pitching el* ■ HtrtM IS to an easy 39-14 victory over the zuto with the first run and Bauer bow for the past two weeks, tte K««twky iM«te «Idaho football team in a Pacific'took second when Dave Phil ley was highly effective. ^ j • oitb Coast Conference game at Seattle'fumbled the ball. Big Robin Roberts pitched his ..............• Saturday. j After Mickey Mantle was pur- 26th victory, top mark in ' DavMMMi 14 Heinrich passed for 287 of posely passed and GlI McDougald majors, topping the Giants in mt ;. . fourth Hus'.er 7 Washington’s 418 yards and madelflied to Gus Zernial, Yogi Berra process. ■ . u j ^ touchdown Three plays later. rwawis. «another seven by running with looped a double to left scoring v,or,. 4 ..H loucnaown.^ inree pi y> STATE Penn Slate came to life in the ^ ' fourth quarter to score two touch- «Î the ball once. He threw 27 passes. Baui'r, Y IS I__.____________ •_ au ^ 41-..4 Kl WnfinH A all but one of them in the first m. Frtwrt* A half, and completed 18- He played Prcshy^M M in only (»ne series of plays in Hx WUItem *mé Mar» 7 second half. *‘**“Ms2f?Litei 0 Heinrif h. who holds the na, RtuMiuteh Mkm 19 tional collegiate record for pas.s* .T«w eouma* 13 completed in one season, see me i KmmkIi» 8 to be in shape to repeat after sit- V--«. « ting out all last year with m"“ : «houlder injury. AI Roken unloaded his 26th homer in the fourth with two aboard to give (icve'and a 3-2 edge over Detroit and Luke Faster soon followed with a two-run four-bagger in the seventh. ciii aeu. recovery of Raloh^*^'*'”» defeat Temple. 20-13. ;|;,>ol,ni’. (urnblc’on Sodak "o»“ ?ourh5o’wn ' 'rhr« 'Tay, l.«7l Uonard'7i«nd placement Hoyt Wilhelm, the right handed;[®^ chugged nine yards up mid-^‘‘^‘‘ ®die or the 66»n f,he store RefrSds’ 25 seconds when was clubbed Bob S/ajna sneaked across with relief are came in for time this season, and for Smtikv liurge* ’ sixth run. which eveniually turned ou: ^anis and an 8 5 average Next Bailey, Penn State defeo ive half- to t>e the winning margin. Da-'v, . nroductivencss were mtci«’. pled a Temple pia«s Knslo also worked tor New York, ».. q .gu ^..u gi yard' in 10 carries ^n it 31 yard» to the Owi 16. WARRFN HAC KER, the Chi- JVho got 53 m V After Stale took a 7-0 lead in eago Cubs’ strong-armed right played two 1^** ^^® Six more Tribesmen crossed hander, checked the CardmaLs on « q - Nebraska before trans- fo score twice in the Burd a the plate in the wild seventh.jthree singles to earn his fifteenthj period to gain a temporary ad- iSteve Gromek relieved Mikejvictoiy before 14,081. See HUSKERS, Page I B ‘vantagt.

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