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i± LINCOLN SUNDAY JOURNAL AND STAR Soptcmber 81, 1958 Follow The Buskers to Victory: Play-by-Play Chart O ca BS EE CE as CE EE B3 ta Q SUitlstics Total flrti ............... Total »« n U . ........... ?itl »Mil »taoi »1^ . ■. >’•« Yards taloed outtai ... PaiMS alttiRpttai ................ PaiiM coowlHfd ............ P mi * i Mcrc«atad kr ........ Nomb«r of ooota .............. A*t»m »«lit »erttaee ........ roots Mockod %f ........ Total oooikor of fooiMot .. Owo hoiklei TocoYorod _ ■ • Tfoiiilwr of »oiioHlo» oootait i arda lota hr oomMos .. Wtta«»a OoMlw 19« IftO M IS 5 S « « 3.0 0 t 0 1 lOVk S84 Sift 74 IS s 4 « «7.1 0 4 5 • 00 Naw York ......................*• iToYelond ....................... Cbicaao ........................ II Fhitadclpliia .................... H WadUMtoo ....................Î* Bortoo ......................74 8t. Lools ..............................«I Uctrott .......................... NATIONAL LK.VtilE lA Id Pet* BrooklYO 94 N«o York .................... 00 St. lAioU ...................... 0.1 Pkiladalplita .................. 02 Ckkaao ........................ 7 » Cioclonatl «J Bouton .......................... St 59 «2 63 T« 62 84 P’ttsbortk 41 109 .633 .509 ..178 .5.18 .4»;l .442 .429 .273 «B S 8 11 20's 28 30 U'» Snnday Journal A Star SpMial OMAHA — Omaha University used a beefy line and a potent Saturday’s Results WEATKRN LEAtil'B (Pinal ITajoff) D miyw 3. Omaha 4 AMERICAN LEAGUE Ntw York 2. Pbliadtlpkla 0 Waahingtoo 10, Boitoo 6 SI. Looii 9-4. Chicane «-0 CICYClaod 11. 9. NATIONAL LEAGUE Chicato 4. St. Loaii 1 running attack to scuttle Nebraska ® Phlladalphia .3, New York 2. „ AMERICAN ASSO( lATlON Final PlaYoHs Wesleyan here Saturday, 14-7. The Plainsmen, seeking -their ^ «ii.-i..« a first win over an Indian team *^““* ixxernational league since 1947, were ineffective most Rochester 5 . Montreal 3 rtf th#» wav asainst the stout In- p.Ycikic coast LEAGLB of tne way agamsi me sioui xn Krancbco 4 dian forward wall. ' Oakland «. Sacramento 5 The winners tallied first with ; Loc Atweies s. san nieto i less than five minutes remaining; in the first quarter, after a fumble by Wesleyan Fullback Sanford Nelson ha<l set up the pins. THE PLAINSMEN had halted an initial Indian thrust on the Sunday’s Garnet one-ywd stripe when Linebacker Walter Garner twice halted goal- ward thrusts by Omaha Fullback i Marrero au7c AMERICAN LEAGUE PhlladclphU at New York-Rrrd (IS-18) m Rcynelta OS-S). Detroit at CICYcland.HoiittcBMn (S-191 ea. Lemon (20-6). I blcato at 81. Lonli-Plcrca (14*13) ». Ptilctte (10-13). Boston at M'adilntton-Klnder <5-5) ». ational league Brookbn at Bo»ton-Ru(herford (6-7) or Btock (14-3) »». Wilson (12-12). New York at Phlladclphia-Janscn (11-11) Y*. Meyer (12-13). CInclnnall at Plttsburtfc-Podhtalan <2-5) or Perkowski (12-9) ys . Necclal (1-4). 8t. Lonis at Ckkago-MlicU (10-7) ». Rnsb (15-13). _________________ Kentucky U. Drops Opener To Yillanova <>2*!5aQ2Zi2? t) na tài LL-J CE 13 CE fc2 ii] CU Go. Tech Swamps Citadel Major League Box Scores American League ATLANTA, WV-GtorfU Tech, third best team in college football loolced like an underrated club Seturdiy when a fleet of backs piled up a 54-6 score over Boeton rhroneb’ry l( Lxxlman 2h (RríU«.c( Terncrt Ib Rcphcne rf Wilbur c Klafhos c L«pcie3l» Bolling eg ParneUp Nison p Schmaag » Waihtagtoa 10. Betao« ab h o a Wesh’ioo 4 2 7 0 Yoit 3b 4 10 0 Butby c( 4 14 0 Jmten rf 4 0 9 0 Wood M 3 12 0 Vernon Ih 2 0 3 1 Taylor lb 2 12 0 Runnel« m 3 10 1 Hodcflcta 2h 2 1 3 M. l.(Wta 4. ( Meat» « (Sad) St T.OUÍ« Chkaao abb o a Carawucl» 6 4 2 1 4 16 0 Miranda M 5 110 Fos 2b 5 aOOiMim^lf .116 2 Robinson Ih 1 O 2 O 3 2 2 5 4 iLotlar c 4 O 2 S Gramo e 1 0 0 0 Shca» 10 0 1 Mataanoa p 110 2 5 1 4 a 1 o Krsnkb» Grliaom p Stawait Doriihp KennodyP Total* 83 «3410 Tol^ 311^14 BoMoa ....................... 000 000 0«0— 0 WaahingUMi ........................ 031 000 OOi—10| R—Tbionebem. Goodiaan. Zarllla, Ste- 1 phene, Lrpclo. Schmeti. Yota. Bu«by. jcnKn, the I Wood 2. Vernon 2, Runnek, Hodetlrin. iGra««» E—Lcpclo. RBI—Shea 2. Yo«. Run- Clt.d«l In weathir b.ttn for a swimming meet. !2W—G Stcphroi. 3B—Wood, hr —V emon, Dl'-Hoderlcin to Runnr»« Landen ber*er 10 0 0 ab h o a .Manh 1b tb h o a Kryhmki Ih 3 0 11 Dyck c( 110 0 Wert* rt tool Cokm«n rf 8 16 1 Nieman If .8210 Courtney c 4 3 4 1 Young 2b 4 0 10 DemacelrlM 2 0 5 0 Palla P 3 1 • 0 2 0 10 2 0 0 3 10 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 Huskers Win Opener Aksel Schmidt. The Plainsmen moved the ball out to the 14 when Nelson hobbled. Keith Christie, the Omaha bright light through most of the afternoon, flipped a 14 yard strike to End John Maseman who dove into the end sone. Schmidt had three attempts at the conversion and ■eored a strike on his last try. i The Wesleyan defense stiffened! throughout the remainder of thej half and it was Lloyd Cardwell’s Indians who fought off two Meth -1 odist flurries* near the goal line.' Once the Indians stiffened on the 17 to stop a 54 yard advance. And Bob Schropp’s end zone intercep- LEXINGTON, Ky. (JP) — Gene tion of a Marv Macy aerial at- piiipski and Ben Addicgo, two tempt thwarted the only other jjggt runners, iound gaping holes Wesleyan thrust. j,^ Kentucky’s defense Saturday • • • . nifiht and helped Villanova win an OMAHA MARCHED 58 yards ¿ntersectional football game, 25-6, at the start of the third quarter piiipski, a former West Pointer for its final tally, with Schmidt Sacramento, Calif., who re- bulling his way oyer from the one-Academy’s cribbing yard stripe. Tony Roth squirmed and slashed his called in to convert and he hiti^^y ^2 yards on a reverse in the squwely between the uprights ¡opening minute of the third period Wesleyan’s Wes Hultquist, who^pr a touchdown which clinched averaged five yards a try m eightvictory, running attempts and added 80, villanova. touted as a possible ¡more in pass receptions, turnedpowerhouse this year, 'in the game’s top thrill early »n;punched away at a weakness in Continued from Page 1-B Statistics 10 27 7 LOS ANGELES (INS)—UCLA»« Bruin«, itultifled at first by lear- ing 112-degree field temperature, I came to life in the last half today Totato 34 8 34 9 Totaig 3110 Stawart popptd out for Grluom In 9tb _ _ _ (Tiicago ..................... 000 000 000—0 the University of Oregon on the four first downs. ferring to the Sodak school, man-! aged only 15 yards in five carries, first downs (T oud # • # By Rufhint................ ,! By 1‘RHing .................. REYNOLDS, who set a national! By PcnaitiM collegiate scoring record in with 157 points, added four placements to his touchdown for a total of 10 points. South. DakoU was heavily swarmed all day by Husker defender!, led by Linebacker Verl Scotty End Andy Lochr snd Guard yards “ “ ■ produced only punts (Number) Average Yard« So. Nebraska Dakota 20 21 6 0 1050 RVSHING (Number «rf Rushea) 8« Number Yard» Galne« .............440 Number Yarda Lota .............. 42 Net Y«r«ta Gained ............... 398 FORWARD PASSING CNuinb« Attempted Number Completed , ... Number had Intercepted Net Yarda Gained TOTAL PLAYS (Ruih« and topp: _ Hardeman, Dick Pret*, and Glenn Turner. That wa«n’t all the runner« Tech could count on. They just looked the best Saturday. A crowd of 16,000 watched the track meet. It ha« been 16 game« iince Tech last lost and In that string is HBP—Barneil (Hodertein). (ButaJy). WP— Schmeet. Winn« — She* (11-8). Lcwnr— Pnmell 03-11). U—PM»««lta. Dufty, Rommel. McGewui. T—2:30. A—8.965 St. i.ouit ... 000 100 03»—4 phurnins less of tiny Teddy Nar- Runa-Dyck. W'ertr, Nieman. Cwtriney. E— ^ Loll«, Rivera. RBI—Courtney 2. Nieman, leskl. Wrnofl 2B lloblnson 2. .IB—Mino»o S—, lariiin« wnn thpir Pacific Wert* DP—Marsli t«* Krvhoiki Left—! The BruinS WOn incir racilic Chicago 12 : St. i.,oui* 0 . BB -Pal« 4. Gri*- Coa.st Conference debut before ^^tanliLi^D^rllTs ta 24,587 fans in Los Angeles Mem- R and ER Grissom ennedy CM): Psige 0-0. _ Wianep—Paige (13-9). Loa«—Griiaom (U-IO). Ü—So«, iiubb. Froem «id Berry. T—2:23. A—3.041. Detroit GroOicf Kuenn a» .IHMfieldlb ___ - i ■ Dropolb victory in the Orange Bowl over Baylor. Omsbcrg c • • • Federiirf2h . , Pevky 2b TECH’« first two touchdowns c.r»y p showed the one-sidene»s of this almo.^t pointless game. Madmm» Ru(iin went around the Citadel’s left end for 32 yards for the first score. Five plays later Teas took in a punt by Paul Chapman and ran it all the way—68 yard»— without a Citadel hand touching him. Bruner took the Tech I White p tl. DtaraM « lb h o * Cleveland 5 2 3 0 Mitchell If 4 13 3 Avita 2b 4 0 13 Dtaiycf 5 19 0 Easter Ib 4 2 3 0 Glynn Ih 4 10 0 Riwen lb 114 0 Simpsfl« r( 1 0 2 6 Hesan c toon Strkkl’d ta 2 0 0 2 Garcia p 110» Mulcvkl 0 0 » 0 Grumrk p I) 0 0 0 1 i) 0 0 0 0 0 U •bh o » 4 110 6 3 2 4 4 3 I 1 Phil*. *b h o ■ Jooat m 3 0 8 1 Pain If2 17 1 Phlllercf 4 110 IZemial t( 4 12 0 1 Clark rf 4 0 3 0 Michael* 2b4 0 11 3 0 0 4 I Hitchcock 3b 1 Asircrth c 3 0 6 0 1 Kellner p.1111 orial Coliseum against a surprisingly strong Oregon crew. « . __________. NARLE8H, a 155-pound mite, H#w Tmk s. njBiiimi e scored both the UCLA touchdowns cintai 1 ?^ 4 11 « O'on off-tackle bursts of five and Kizzutom 3 11 7 i seven ytrdis in the third and Mwfklf 3 0 3 0 fourth quart«™, respecUvely. si Narleski’s punting was excel- Uerrac Martin 2b Six clipping penalties stopped further Nebraska damage, especially a 45-yard punt return by Thayer and a 50-yard Interception of a pass by Novak. Rankin, a cool customer for an' pas ’ s 18-year old, hit three of five passes for 66 yards. Nebraska lost 120 yards on 10 penalties. The Huskers leave Friday night by plane for the Oregon test. “We’ll know much more after that,’’ said Glassford. Glassford didn’t let much out of Number had Blocked ... KICKOrrS (Number) .... Average Y'arUv ............. KICK RETURNS Number Puni Itclurna , Y’ards Punt Returns Number Kickotf Returns Yards Kickoff Return* . INTERCEPTION RETURNS (Number) ... Yards Returns .................. FU.MBLES (Numb«) ................ Ball Ixtit .......... BALL LOST ON DOWNS........ PENALTIES (Numb«) . Yuda Penalucd ........ IS 7 1 lis 104 51« . 3 . 38 . 0 ! 55 . 7 119 . 3 60 1 8 . 8 . 4 . 3 . 10 .120 4 3 0 1 43 m 41 85 6 0 1 0 the middle of the Kentucky line and ran it.s ’oacks through sizeable holes to pick up most of its yard!age on the ground. I THE PENNSYLVANIANS scored one in the first period, twice in the third and again in the fourth. Kentucky’s little Harry Jones shook loose for a 73-yard return of a punt which enabled Kentucky to score first in the first period. it was un- Individual Statiitict the fourth quarter. Httitquist fielded a 21-yard paM from Macy and threaded his way for 46 additional yards and the lone Plainsman marker. Hultquist added the extra point from phMHinwnt to monopolise Wesleyan scoring. Hultquist added to his laurels with a 43-yard punting average in eight tries but it was Omaha s Keith Christie who kept the Therêaftcr, however, it was Plainsmen in hot water with a'able to get up a full head of of- beautiful kicking exhibition in thcjfensive steam, dying moments. Christie booUd The setback, received before a 63-yard quick kick that set the 33,000 spectators—K c n t u c k y’s 2 1 Plainsmen back deep in their largest opening game crowd—was 53 ' territory, and added a 44-yard the worst Kentucky has suffered 2 boot out of bounds on the six and in a season opener in 46 years, ola 52 yard beauty out on the four Villanova supplemented the to stifle any Plainsman hopes of flashy running of Filipski and Ad•a game tieing score. diego with effective passing by t| Ineffective work by the Plains- Bill Brannau, its quarterback. 61 man forward wall, both on of-sBrannau’s 10-yard pass to Ray Sjfense and defense, apelled doomjRigney set up one touchdown, lolfor Roy Robertson’s youngFiUpski picked up 112 yards in charges. 14 tries and Addiego added 68 on Schropp, the tx-Midland back- Schmidt and Christie 1 0 f jlent, too, as three times he kicked'his ¿ag of tricks, as the Com-j 4 0 I ©¡dead inside the Oregon five-yard hu.skers used the straight T-for- Bordugna “** to keep the Webfoot crew nation throughtout the game. Not Nebraska BUSHING Timra *. . . Cnd. Gain L«»« Net Av*. ... .14 :.8 10 4« 3 4 Allen _ kickoff and immediately dropped the ball cm his 23. Tech’s uwYwa«* ............ R uns — Drop*. E Debp a. Bgta«. H«*ul K—Bata«. 3 0 5 2 30 4 24 8 2 0 12 I’hiUUvlplvia 1 0 0 0 New \ttrk 000 000 02»-2 0 0 0 0 itunv Hi/iuto. Hauer, E —UmhctH;k. I’hil , lev, .VUrtin HHI Hauer, Heria 2H Hujuio. CODVCrSlon. I Herr*. SH Zernial. S- .rfartin. DP .I« hmi 11«> Fata. Hiuuio to Collins. Led—I'hiU- t TT o TT y «letbhta 6. New Y'ork 9. BB-Keltacr 3, I,«34 9 27 13 p„ so „Kellner 3. Lopat 5. R and ER - i Kclln« 2-2 HBP-Kclln«—Manta. Rtuuto. Itarra. Winner—l4>p«i (1-6). Loier-Kallnet (12-13). U—Paaaartita. HurUry, Napp and Grtavt. T—2:21. A—34.82S. Ttaaia 28 5 27 13 wallowing deep in ils own terri- once did the Scarlet unveil their 1,,*,',',^ 000 000 ( 8)0 0 tory. Halfback Pete Dailey missed winged T or spread formations. No'aY the first but kicked the second Chicago Tad Shular racoverad and away the Yellow Jackets went again. Threa plays laier Hardeman banged across from the one. Another long run — Dick Pretx's 34-yard ramble—«cored tha final Tech touchdown before the intermisidon. The Citadel got Into the scoring “ act against Tech third stringers Mine»« it late in the second quarter.. R«wns«m Quarterback Buddy Friedlin went.hivrrt ct over from the one-foot line on * antak. The Soldiers’ push covered fj™ » 35 yards. Aiomg » The score mounter In the second half. Defensive end Cecil Trainer slammed Chapman hard- in the end sone for a safety. Hardeman scored on a 30-yard run and after a good block by Jake Shoemaker. Turner got his on a six-yard buck and then Tech finally scored a pass—from Rpdgers to Pretz Natíonal tal Leagut 8. M. L m C I )k'hu’n4'i .Muaial c( Htauihler if I^awrtr 3b Ltaii* . *b h « • CM»*» Ha«itg gg 4 0 « I Sialkup gg 0 0 0 0 Bgumboitt SI 2b 4 0 a 2 f«Mta 1« 4 0 3 0 ÌM*r U 4 12 0 Atwgll c 3 0 0 « ttarepg 2b 3 15 1 Jackson 3b .3 0 13 0 JcMcoat cf 3 0 10 Hacker p 0 0 10 2 0 0 2 110 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 •bb e » 4 3 0 3 -lètî 2 0 3 0 4 0 3 0 Totals 35 9 24 12 Totali Map« atagled lor Gray in 7ili. Hopp popPMl UP (« • Dtlioit ............. WO 000 010— 1 CteYtaa»« ..............................000 302 «Of—11 Dclgtat a, Mitclwl. Avtta 2. S3T œSThS: R omm , Btuicr. Delaiii«. *B—Kutma. DP-Dn^ uaaaakM*«. Left—IHtroH 10. <^ta*8 «. BB— Gray 5. WIgbl 3. G*rcta 4. Or^k 1. 80—Gray 2. Wight 1. Ogrcta 3. HO—Grgy 4 to « inntaga. Wight 3 In ta. Madlaon O to ta. While 2 ta 1 Garcia 7 in 7. Grornek 2 in 8. R and E'R (iray 5-5. Wight . Madison 0-0 While 0-0. Garcia 3-0. Gromrk M. Rke II i-1, PH -Ginsberg Winner—GaK'ta (22-10)-' ^l»l« lb looser dray (12-1«) U Summers, McKtn- i> Rke c ley. Hcmochkk. Hlevcn* T 2:13. A-20.878. Euvselman _ . . — Staley p at. I.nul« 9. ('htc«gp « (Itl.) HoyeV ab h n a St l.«ula ab h o * « hambers 5 2 10 M«»h 3b 5 2 0 1 5 2 0 4 l,.il.l%K rry lb ! » 1 0 j,,,,,, .j„ ^ 4 10 0 Krybnaki lb 4 2 « 0 Stankey singled lor Kuley in 8th. 4 I 10 0 Dvck cl ***15 Boyer ran foe Sianky In 8ih, 4 12 0 Wcrtf rf 4 I 3 0 St. I ahum OOO 010 4 110 Nieman If 6 2 10 I'hicago 000 Oil 11s . 4 2 10 0 K- -SIsugiil«. Brown. Foody. 8«ena. J«k- feated 4 2 13 *«n, E Lowtev. Brown, hWetmaa. RHI— 4 3 2 3 II. Rice. Jetlcoal, Atwell. Brown. Sauer. I t 0 0 21) Serena SH -Fondy, II—Ixiwrey. Foody. Perhaps the o u I«t anding player on the field was 6-foot 5-ineh Emory Barnea of Oregon. The famed Negro high-jumpcr, pUylng hi« first eoUcfo foot- tMkll gune «loppod the UCLA •tiaek itagtoluuidod time after ttmo. a—. a • w* a l_ i’udkrduhl Charlie Bryant, sop h o m o r e uo,*ion guard from Omaha who stood out defensively in the late stages of junk'n the game, was stunned and ' ried from the field on a stretcherj in the fourth quarter. | Bryant was held overnight the University student health center for observation. He was conscious when brought to the in-1 11 10 b 10 « 7 3 0 4 1 3 116 53 t) R1 10 23 3 54 2 3 4 2 0 o I) 0 0 1!> 0 11 0 0 8.5 5 3 5 5 8.1 3 I 3.3 -53 6 1.3 Rankin Brosra Thay« Oregon’s lone score cirae when ffrmflrmary, according to a health Brunick. Hefui. Mink .. Hawitt Thay« . Korin*k Full«. CcdrrdaU Quarterback Hal Dunham passed center attendant. S8 yarcls to Halfback George Shawi ìouth daeota on the third play of the 1 i .5 a ¡quarter for a touchdown. Emer- Tncu«—Jennin», Ru«a Tarv«, 2 12 0 ***77 Harvey's conversion attempt 3 10 0 was blocked by Jerry Debay. uruw ------------ - t'«M«a—Htctsop, \^lt*CFI IIIH Tlltiii Itncka—Vogt B. Rawlings. M Rawlinf.. Y A C^CIl mmiaO Koplin. Rovere. Puct/ Polen*. Haak« cwp* 1 A takon, Verone. Hauck, Waggoner. Vogt llaviclsotl» Z7-14 NKBRAMKA M Rawltaw ^ Ends—Emanuel. Connor, ikhabgcker. Mink. . Hewitt. .Moiwe. Radik. Reiners. » Rawlinr PASSINO Ati. Com. Int. In. Yds. 2 0 1 1 0 • 2 0 4 5 3 0 2 4 2 0 2 I 0 0 I .................... 3 34 1 • 2 «6 I 11 FINTINO No. U 30 0 TDg 0 0 I 1 Ydg. 113 Busktrk. DeKs. Fucehk Day. Kinsman. Rlfen- M Polen» Pare./ 28 • 2? 8 DAVIDSON. N. C. (INS)—Vlr- 4 0 9 0 Courtney • 112 1 Young 2b 4 10 1 Dym«»tri gg 0 0 0 0 Utlledfld P Coleman Harrist » Crawlurd Hogue p Stuart P Bearden 1 «IU I ®®*^ 4 iginia. Polytechnic Institute Davidson College Saturday. Halfback Gene Beard j- Tnchta*—Oliver, Girth, Minngck. Husmann. Yerone QC- Boll. Evans. KiUeiman. Bingham, Glantz, South Dakota Rl SUING Times Crrd Gain Irtws Net Avg ............... S 5 30 -25 -.3.1 14 «4 2 «2 4 4 ............... 8 '27 0 27 3 4 ............... 5 15 0 15 1 1 2 0 2 2 ............... 3 2 9 -7 -2 1 ............... 3 10 0 10 3.3 110 11 27-14 McConnell, Holliwan Guari»—('urtis, I’aulaon. Braaee, Machistc, , Bryant, Grles.«, Krtpat. Morgan. W’agner. scored Ca»t«»-^berlin, Scott, R Coll. Whitney 10 0« Jetfcoat. UF Lowrry to Schoendtrnal to for VPI while oasses from „ Bncka—-nordoana, Reynold«. Smith, Clfra. 0 0 0 0 l^isler U(l St. Ixnits 37 Chicago 4. BB—■ , V u « *w Brown. Crderdahl. RolMon, Novak. Thayer. 1 0 0 0 Staley 3. Chambers I. SO Chsmher* 1. Quarterback JaCk Rutn accouniea Kormek. Veiiley. Gctade. Rankin. Sommer*. Polen* B. Rawting M. Rawlingg PASSING Att. Com. Int. In. Yd*. 2 0 0 2 0 10 12 0 PUNTING No. Yds Av! .......... 11 305 field itar, Schmidt and paced the Indian attack with Larry Johnson, Maseman and Bob Rose standing out in the line. Nebraska Wesleyan F-NDS Rarry, Mart*. .Vatele, Schlichie- mcitr, Shaw. Wiltfant. T.YCKLF.S Barger, Carnker. Hunt. Thurston, Unvcrt. Van Cleave. GUARDS Hcckcr, Durham. Keiler. Unke, Lund. Nelson. Rieke, Witham. I CENTERS—Higby, Garner. Thompson i U.VCKS—Bowmaitcr, Hultquist. Nelson. ' Reed. Buck. .Macy. Story. Washington. Kghl. Uwis, W’khcrt, Keefer, Lawson, Minchow, Knopp. Omaha Unlveratly ENDS—Maggggaa. Row. BcU. Rotb. Gib- bmu. Baktr. „ TACKLES — Martekovlch. H. Johaao*. m«da. JaekaoM. GUARDS—Hopkina, Edgertoo, Btkgc. Adam«. Spenc«. GtKta. CENTERS—L. Jobwon. Lawaou. Scbfcpp. BACKS—Chrlftk. SchmitR. Bglwiigky. Mo- nw. TgaaghlU. Welltag. Ncbraakg Wegltyan ............ 0 0 0 7— 7 Omaha U...................................... 7 0 7 0—14 Wesleyan gcortag: TD—Hultquita. PAT— Hultquist (placement), Omaha «coring: TD—Maseman, Schmidt.' PAT -Schmidt. Roth (placement). OHfcials: Versll Deskin. (Drake): Me Y’oung. (Colorado); Ray Beck. (NebiaRta); Bob Adwer*. (Colorado). iCub» Buy Pitehen CHICAGO (m—The Chicago Cubs Saturday announced the purchase of pitchers Joe Hatten and Richard Verhic, both of whom are to report next spring. 11 tries. Each made a touchdown. TUESDAY EVE.UPT.23.em EXCLUSIVE ON EG SCBEDl THEATBE TELEVISION @>ß«r LiiOe«. I JERSEY IDE WALCOTT ROCKY MARCIANO WORIOS HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP FIGHT Mrwl km Mlkù$/PÊ miépum Tag Wilt Rgl Ste Ito micoTî mRctm fiCM gg Teleyisif« et 8adit la Ttai Horn« «< Anfuliert Else' At 10« Plu Sgfutar Scracu Prufruaa JOM^ WAYNl I* “BIO JIM MaLAtN" gad Umgn« O’M*» tu “SILVBB CITT' on good for 26 yards. Tech’s Rodgers (Jhic««t kicked a 19-yard field goal lest than a minute to go. Totals 37 10 25 « Total* 40 15 27 « t int loan Hu d ou. lor I iiiU-Held In .'»th. Crawford Mnuk oot for liarriM In 7tb. Hearden singled for Stuart in tali. I'ofter ran for lUaiden in (Hh one «Hit when winning run »ofvd 0 0 0 O Haiker 1 H(k- .Stale» « in 7 innina*. ' fn,* both Duvidson SCOres. 0 0 0 0 ‘ bamberi 0 in 1 inntag It and EH Staley,*”*^ Dciviunuu 110 0 -**9. Chamber« 1-0. Ilackcr 1-1. Winner 0 0 0 0 <>* •*>• k***».. « Rol'- rt* I.eft New York «. Philadtl- ■Nebraska U arnekr Goel*. Dass.ill and Sec.vry. T 2 05 7. HH—Corwin 1. Kotio 1 Huh.n* 1 Kennedy. Chamley. Ga/intki, Allen. S<Miih Dakota Uvendusky. L. Goil, *l^uK, 0. JC OfiaAedtohA. A 11081 New York Mueller rf Dark s* I .ockman lb Phltodelpbta a, New Vorli S with *'*' Urtii* Marsh. Kfytauki I. MJU safé Wt TkM ttFrttHirt ftr tilt Stoitii C. L. Httlberl 004 lOt) 100—6 U iltTlf otrt) mi 02.5-;!. 2. ^ert» 2. Nieman i. T-herttii>*.)n 3b ('(Hiriney, Porter E—Wert*. ( «»urtney HH* Y*ar«c ho». Hobinsofl 3. Carrasuwel, Nkman 8. \villlam»2b Young 2. Wert/ 2. 2H Krsnich, Foi. De- C'eu^wta p maestri. Courtney. Mlnoao HR — Nlemau . Rhode« SH Mwih. Rivera, UR—Chlcaao 9: Ht Wesiium c IxMita 7. HR- Littlefield 3. Rogovln 1. Hogue Wilhelm p 2, .HO Rogovin to In 7%I Atoma 5 In (i Spencer Sb 0 0 0 1 taf Uttlefield 7 In 5i Harrist 2 In 2; Hogue Rigney 10 0 0 I In Ita; Stuart «* jb ta. R and EH Kosiop 0 0 0 0 Uttlefield 5 4; Harrlat Mi Hogue 0-0; Rogo- Irvin } 0 0 0 vin 4-4: Aloma .5-5: Stuart 0-0. Winner - Ellu»« 19 2 9 Stuart (4-4); Uwe-r Aloma (1-1). U- Herry. Katt 0 0 0 0 Soar. Rohb and Fore**- T-- 2 31, ah h o a PhH'phla 4 2 0 0 H>»., 2b 4 13 2 .A-hburn c( 4 17 4 N leholktvn rf 4 110 Ennis If 4 0 11 llamnerss 2 110 Hiiiie-we 1 0 2 2 Jone* lb 4 0 3 1 Watikus lb 2 0 2 0 Roberta» 10 0 0 10 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 O— n 20 7 11—4« - .... r *u .1 rnf .»!MUi aattmiai ('lira 2. Novak 2. SI) toiwin 2 Uoheru 3 IK) Reynold*. lha,er, Korinek. PAT Reynolds 5 ? innmiPi. U ilhuliti 2 in I l-.i. Knslo i , _ Î H ani KH 2-2. Wilhelm Ì-Ì. William and Mary ¿¡fuuuinoL ... Wallops VMI ab h n a n,,b. rt* 2-1 Winner Itolvcru t‘.’t.-7) l.oM r ■* ' * i t’orwin tH-ll I' tii'finan. Di»n»ie!li, Ual- 4 I ' 0 * -Z Ih A 2l.il2. i n 1 Br*M.kl»u I, Host«» « (K) taulngt) A 1 T II Hrooklyn ah h o a Uo«<*n 1 n ‘1'1 Furillo rf 4 0 1') Jethro* cf 2 9 o ft fieese ss 4 0 14 Logan ss toot Robinson 2b 5413 Mathew* 3b ampaneita o 3 0 8 0 ( ooperc Pafko If 5 110 Gordon l( .Snider cf 4 12 0 Ciiclck Hod«» lb 4 I 14 2 Tnrgenson lb t (placeinentii Dffklalv! HobMiller. Mi*»ouri. Nrbr.tkiui teortagi TD RO.XNOKF.. Va. (INS)—William e. . X, Marv’s Indians permitt»*d Vir- F. u UosrnKriivr. Mornimftaulu. umpire; ^ • VI i*.« y a K «^ (Jerry nNrwir. I'riikhtan, Unuihmani Bili giniH Military Institute tWO IirSl '‘litlJ'''**-'’'**“*' _____ pcritxi touchdown.s Saturday night and then rallied to beat the t'o* 3b F;f»kine p 3 10 1 2 0 2 4 Diitmer 2b Daniels rt Hpahn p f • Woodorafteri EIe(*l Prexy ^^ 1 ^ 34 . 13 : Don Damonde, of 1026 So. 3ist Quarterback Ed Mioduszewikl 2 0 2 0 Street, has been re-elected com- .starred for the winners scoring 3 I 1 i mander of the Boys of Woodcraft two touchdowns in the third ^ Sportsmen's Club No. 623. period. 3 13 0 3 13 0 3 0 13 30 4 .10 7 O' Winterize Yavr Car Now Tour (taf e»B‘t function properly In geld t«mp«8lurgg unlggg It'g proparly protoetgd. S097 I b ^ Ti««*«| Wlator UkrlsiNts Irik« áiÍ«stM«iti âitt'irNM Mutertgi« extern Corwm L Hulbei4 lUISRN-raASBR 11M P Bi. MENBV J t-«819 BONDED FOR QUALITY EVERVESS ÀT yOLR NEXT PÀRTY THE BIGGEST «BUY" Sparklinf Wûtêr FI LL 32 OZ. BOITLEN 15« AI mi HANDY 7 OZ. BOTTLK8 KPSI COU BOTTLINO CO. LINCOLN, MBSBASKA ' Totals .15 8 30 14 Total* *------------l iisKk rsn for Gordon »n lüth. 31 9 27 7 HrookDii oOO trtiO Otxi 1-1 lU,,uin 000 IMH) tHMl 0 0 It Cot E Miiituw*. CfHiptf KHl Hts bin*i>ii. 2H Ui'biiiktiii. H**dsi- b Li»g. ii. I rskini' DP Hoda«* l ni».*i»t»’d, Urskmt Rii o liv Hovi*!- Losan Io Duuncr lo '1 »»r Uli Hriitikbn iO II.- ;on ■■ LI! 7, Ivpibn 5, Krvkm*' 2 St) Spahn I!, Ervkine Total» 14 « 2t 12 TotsI» IlhiHtc* gfoun.k'd t>ut f»>t Vvai» In 5ih 1) Sp«ncrr ran for ’rhoinpmn in 7th Itisruv fllid nul fi»r Wiihttin in hib livin itiuik out for D Sm. -.r in Oih F’.lurt »all- on »rror for W,vtriim in 9th K dt ran (or Ellurtt in f)ih N. w 5ork 000 010 010 - 2 I Thomp».vn, Ry^n.’*^'^ .Àthburn! 7. R «nO k lluiK«*» K-Athburn Koslo. Ilammr Rill- ‘‘■V, 1-«^^ i'W'»" l*»»- S ~ Wiüism*. l-inn » 2 Hurge»* 2H Í nin*. ;J*vkow*ki. l ineiti, Engeln. Bosse*». 1- Nubulson 3B Thtuupgun. IIR Burse** ' «.0 1» PRACTICE SHOOT SuiHioy, S«pt 21 1 :iO P.M. 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