The Lincoln Star from Lincoln, Nebraska on October 5, 1952 · Page 16
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Sunday, October 5, 1952
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4-B LINCOLN SUNDAY JOURNAL AND STAR October 5. 1952 NV’Cyclone Flay-hy-Play Chart O raffi ËE ffi ffi] tE E2 S] ra © uiHffi&iocsEscsEaffira o n ra ffi ffi _ © ra ffi: ffi ! Li ili C l ffi ffi ra © H CMJfA FüMßUS iiy^ \k fS o jfiìWócm ÆfYAfMi mwsoékt. T^KoHifYUmR /êfTéCiPTS Rem rntfAun |6"---"-® ì R555SÌ msk. ûefsm ^Ì00CPS Rem'e c e ss inae SCORE NEBRASKA - 16 »WA8WE— 0 -m--Q) ucdffifficifficiffiffira This Weekend’s Major G)lle«e Grid Siate Huskers Win Opener Continued From P»fe 1-B three against the wind, Alleman still averaged 39 yards. Evidently aroused by Tackle Jim Oliver’s expulsion from the game, (for fighting) the Huskers| started the third quarter in a; fighting mood. With Reynolds' starting the march with a nine- yard slash, the Huskers drove 41 yards to the Iowa State 26. There, the march ended when Bordogna, failed to find a receiver on fourth down. , ^1 It took a remarkable bit of bmte-powerlnf by Clfra five minutes later to rectify this missed opportunity. Starting on their »own 40, the Huskers drove to the Iowa State 42 in four plays. From there, Cifra boomed through center like the circus guy out of a cannon. As a defender named Bob Mellgren loomed in the secondary Cifra literally ran over him, knocking the Cyclone down and outrunning the secondary for the touchdown. Reynold’s placement flew wide. Six minutes remained of the game when the Huskers, electing to play for a safe lead, let Reynolds attempt a field goal from the 11-yard stripe. Aided by a 10-mile LOS ANGELES (A*)—A spirited northern wind, Reynolds’ boot but outmanned Army team held skimmed between the uprights. ; Southern California to a two-point Iowa State’s passing attack, with halftime margin Saturday but sur- Mann doing most of the throwing, rendered before a crushing attack moved the ball to the Husker six and miscues in the final stages to with two minutes left of the game, give tl* Trojans a 22-0 victory. Mann’s last pass to pick Cox, a blocked kick that bounded however, fell short of a first down out of the end zone gave USC an and the Huskers took over and | automatic safety, and an Army held possession until gamers end. | fumble on its own 7 donated the Only an opportune piece of de-i Trojans a touchdown—more than fending by Verl Scott prevented! enough for the once mighty war- further Cyclone damage in the horse to subdue the stubborn mule JAUNT BY JOHNNY—Quarterback John Bordogna goes from his own 22 to the 46 before being knockrt out of bounds. Trojans Blank West Pointers NU Football Seats Are Going Fast Bleacher seats are all that are left for two of the three remaining home games on the University of Nebraska schedule. Business Manager A. J. Lewandowski announced Saturday night. There are no tickets at all for the Kansas State-Nebraska game next Saturday, he said. This is Badgers Batter Illinois by 20-6 MADISON, Wis. W —Wisconsin shattered Illinois’ string of 11 games without defeat, 20-6, Saturday with crunching running by Alan The Horse Ameche, dancing Band Day when more than 3,000¡dashes by Harland Carl and pin- high school music makere provide passing by sophomore Jim the most spectacular halftime dis- ® play of the year. third quarter. Scott’s tackle of Dick Cherpinsky on fourth down gave the Huskers possession on their own 42. NEBRASKA MISSED chance at the start of the from West Point. • • • Marching to their third straight win of the season and No. 2 in a row over Army, the heavily-gun- Indians Edge Michigan, 14-7 pitch to Jerry Witt accounted for the other Badger tally. His only fanlia eame In the second half when two of hb throws were Intercepted, one by A1 Brosky and the other by Andy Wodslak. Haluska, j These bobbles were not enough A record crowd of 52,071 turned g^jn^d most of out m sunny, 54-degree weather to the time by Wisconsin’s surging watch the battle between the de- defense. Illinois managed to run fending Big Ten champions and a pjgyg vvhile Wisconsin was mostly likely to J’e- go dominant it had possession for team rated the mini as the representatives Big Ten gg efforts. next: place ; Rose Bowl - • PALO ALTO, Calif. (A*)—Stan -1 Wisconsin hardly gave the Illini^ another I ned Trojans. The final score came I ford capitalized on the breaks ’ The Badeers controlling Illinois also fell short of his usual fourth I through the air. The last two, Saturday to rack up a H-7 vic-.f^ftaTmost o??Sft5L sc3"* He hit on • • • TOMMY O’Connell’s passing for quarter when a 48-yard march (in tallies came in the fourth quarter, tory over Michigan in a nationally^^ird and fourth periods,>® - - —- - . Scoring hero was Tailback Jim-televised football . M inn iTherpinsky Rurkett . . Co» .... Cozzi .... I Mann . I runUM six plays) ended with Cifra fumbling into the hands of Iowa Stater Bob Mellgren on the 11. Mellgren caught the ball in midair and moved to the 17. Thayer’s interception of Mann’s pass four minutes later led the drive that set the stage for Reynolds’ field goal. Sparked by Reynolds, Korinek and Novak, the Huskers went from the Iowa State 29 to the 11 where Bobby booted. Although piling up 12 first downs, the defeat marked Iowa State’s first shutout since Harry Meginnb’ long run gave the Huskers a 7-i victory in the last game of the 1949 season. The streak had carried 22 games. Alert Cyclone line play, backed by a sturdy Job of line- backing by Carl Brettschnelder, limited the Husker. ground game, especially daring the first half. Nebraska tackling was below' ¡Oregon par, particularly in mid- nordot«« line. The Huskers’ pass defense Honoid» leaked badly, yielding 12 com- '^,1% pletions for 124 yards in 18 tries, cifr« mostly by Mann. Korinek If there was to be a Husker line standout, that gentleman ^ nordoma would have to be End Bill Scha- H czbow . backer. The Minden junior spent considerable time in the Cyclone mi Individual Statistics ... and held a 20-to-0 lead before end my Sears. He passed for ^wo|tersectional ^ returned touchdowns: a 10-yard throw to ¡of 35,000 high-lighted smashing gg ya^ds for the only Illi- left end Ron Miller, a 7-yarder to I offensives—and a lot of fumbling marker. Aarmais Dandoy—and sliced twoj^y the Indians. , ♦ : • • • . yards on a rushing play for the I The Indians turned a pass inter-; «HEN it was too late intzw » ference penalty m the fourth per- THEN it was too late, other coumw. winning touchdown.'Ameche, a 220-pound sophomore The foul was called on Michigan’s fullback, crashed for 116 yards, Igreat IOWA ^ATB land Stanfords _______ ____ ___ Si^Gain L«t Net avt after the ball in the Michigan end pound junior halfback with plenty 4 5 20 -15 -3 S zone. of speed, picked up 116 yards in 41 0 41 4 5 Stanford had recovered a £um-;16 carries, including a two-yard 18 I 17 24 ble on the Indian three-yard‘touchdown dash and downfield 12 0 12 3.0 marker late in the third period to runs of 35, and 34 yards. stave off what appeared to be a, Haluska, discovered last week 102 sure scoring charge by the Big as the Badgers beat Marquette in 22 1 Ten team. The ball was advanced ; his first college game, connected to Michigan’s 33. Stanford’s sharp! on six of his 14 passes for 100 oui was caiiea on ivncnigan s iuuuatn., vzaoiicu Tiis_j end, Lowell Perrv. while he including a one-yard touchdown Stanford’s Bob Mathias went plunge in 32 attempts. Carl, a 176-f— Witt ranked with Ameche, Carl Badger and Haluska as a star. He caught four passes for 76 yards and he made 97 yards on 14 rushes. Wisconsin amassed 334 yards rushing compared to only 60 for Illinois and had overall yardage of 434 yards to only 127 for the 12 9 7 4 11 1 ( herpiMkr ' T1<M ........... Co* AUciMa ■ Kokweddcr Alltman At 17 1 C«uitit 1 1 1 ..... * rom Int I k Ydi Yard* 1« t 69 13 1» passing quarterback, Bob Garrett.!yards gained and his 36-yard 0 then threw the pass intended for 0 Mathias. 0 The ball squirted off Mathias’ _ fingertips as the officials in the No. Total Yii. Aaa- end zone signalled pass interfer- 8 186 87 Perry. That gave the de- 1 fending Pacific Coast Conference Carrie» Gain Lort Net An champions the ball on Michigan’s 19 90 15 76 3.9; one-yard line. 17 88 3 A5 .... 8 38 0 38 4.7 .... 8 31 2 29 3.6 12 106 3 103 8 6 4 21 0 21 5.2 PaaUM At Com Int I k Yds 4 2 6 2 39 ink 1 0 BacalsiM Cau^t 1 0 0 backfield. Cifra led the Husker attack with 106 yards in 12 tries for an 8.6 average. Reynolds, although held to a longest gain of 11 yards, managed 88 yard* in 17 trips for a 5.0 average. lOUA HT.ATK IC m I*—T h«tnp»on. Kwele. Tidd. Hemina- i*a», Allrnian. Hrettsthneider. Hohwcdder, ; IThalackif TKklt» — M(4»r, H e i c k. SchiUmocller. : .Maiheasun, Rfown, lisrus. tiaard^—Wilton. McMxman, KowaUkl, OI> tun, .Sicboli. llorras. | CMiltn—Ams, Ilawler _ BKka—To*. Shupe. Burkett. Oierplnaky. Eichorn. Wnlktr. Shibley. Mtlltrcs. Mann, Cout, riaotan. NEBRASKA Ee*t—Schabackef, Emanuel. Coanor. Mink. Tacklaa—GUvar. HusmaaB, Miaaick. BoU. Klt/flin*n. Evans. Goth Gnaréa—Brataee. Curtia. 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