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Reynolds’ College Grid Career Ended By Shoulder Separation ---Glassford ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ NU Defeats ^ Cats, 27-14 Sooners Crush Texas 49-20 Win For OU 'IV Statistics - Texas Oklahoma PIrrt dowBS ............................ IH 13 Ruskina yardaac ......................... XM Passina yardaac ........................... 15 « 133 » S 1 5 27.3 1 60 tan Passes aMempied ..................... 1 r Passes completed Passes intercepted Pants ............ Pnnllna averaae Fumbles lod Yards penalized . 10 0 7 33.0 2 53 DALLAS (/P)—Oklahoma! shocked fumbling, bumbling Texas with four touchdowns in the first period and went on to win this' storied intersectional football, game 49-20 Saturday in one of the greatest offensive shows the Cotton Bowl ever saw. Eddie Crowder leveled the Texas defenses with slingshot passing and Buddy Leake, Billy Vessels and Buck McPhail riddled the Longhorn line as the Sooners slashed and tore in a display of power and finesse that awed the 75,504 fans jammed into the big saucer. Jumbles set up two Oklahoma touchdowns in the opening period and Crowder’s mighty throwing accounted for the other two. Texas came back gamely and actually dominated the second period but it was a foregone conclusion from the first six minutes that the Sooners were going to win. j "T” Jones rallied the Texas forces in the final period to pass' for two touchdowns but the Soon-; ers more than matched it with three. • • • I IT WAS the most points ever scored in a Texas-Oklahoma game and the most Oklahoma had scored* since 1908 when the Sooners beat Texas 50-0. It was the most decisive defeat suffered by a Texas team since 1944 W'hen Randolph Field beat the Longhorns 42-7. ' McPhail hammered and smashed through the big but futile Texas' line for 149 yards as leading ground-gainer of the day. Vessels made 106 yards and Leake 74. Texas couldn’t do anything in By WALT DOBBINS Sunday Sport* Writer All-American Bobby Reynolds’ spectacular career as a University of Nebraska halfback ended abruptly Saturday afternoon. Reynolds suffered a separation of the left shoulder as the Huskers defeated Kansas State, 27-14. NebrasKa Coach Bill Glassford“ Statistics FM (To«0 By Ruiihini .... By Pattini ..... By Pena Him announced after the game that Reynolds was “through for the season.” , That was tantamount to a statement that Reynolds has hlayed his last football game in a Husker RnbiM (Nawhw of roi *«« i uniform, since the Grand Island : ace is a senior. | ket Yard* Gained H H 0 iForww* Pauloi (N amber REYNOLDS receiv^ the injuir iS*Con,pieiea '' as he carried around left end in Number had intercerted the second «luarter for an 11-yard p , gain. Total !f« Y«r4s . .......... He left the field immediately ......... and minutes later headed for the had Blocked dressing room in the company of,KiAoff» .......... Dr. Frank P. Stone, team physi-|^4^‘ cian, and Assistant Trainer Jim " Deusen. Dr. Stone diagnosed the injury ___ as a separation of the ‘‘acromic-R*«ww clavicular joint on the left side.” y„d, Returat ...I! He said Saterday nifht that Pa»WM (X.mbtr) ....... the Injury Is “not quite as se- V.'. vere” as the right shoulder sep- ;pewdti« ....... aration which benched Reynolds ! "Vombor . 4 tii for the first six games last year. Number SuccMstuI The team physician concurred with Glassford, however, that the Husker backfield star will be “out for the season.” Yard* Pai*f Iteturni Number Kickoff Rclitfni N.r. EJE . 17M . 2 4 . 3 0 64» , 26» 113 40 ,,251 73 .. 11 SI 3IS . 1Î 74 » 75 325 7 S3 0 ¿ 3 » .. 3 4 IO .. 15 i 1 .. 0 1 .. 1 1 . . 4 40 ë 1) 00 00 COSTLY GAIN FOR HUSKERS— This gain by Bobby Reynolds was a costly one for the Huskers. The All-American halfback suffered a shoulder separation which ended his collegiate football career. (Husker Game Photos by Ralph C. Fox and Bob Gorham. I-State Mauled By KU BIU SEVKN Xeteatka 27 ColonMlo 34 Kama* 43 OkfarimoM 4» KMC 23---- lllllneli 4S ' Micfcina 2S K mhm State 14 ArizoUi 19 .'. Iowa State 0 ..... Texas 2n Miswtari 7 BIG TEN l*a.tte« cewleteS Paoscs iatereepteS Puat* PanrtRX aeeraio . Fambiee lost Yards oeaallzed . that disastrous first period while Kasklaa yardan Oklahoma could do nothing wrong. R«*»*"« »ardaae " Fatses attempted Oklahoma scored Its first touchdown in less than three minutes. Texas had taken the opening kickoff on its 36 and on the first play Jimmy Dan Pace fumbled and Sooner Larry Grlgg recovered on the Texas 26. McPhail and Leake plowed to the seven. Texas was penalized to the two for offside, then Vessels banged right guard for the touchdown. Leake converted as he did on the six other touchdowns. Statistics MiriiS« ìii-É- AM low. stair K»«s 2? . .......................... • *•’ (ibO. 9« 93 «6 14 7 1 % 44 3 e« îiîBXiT.“... *3 Ad«Md IS ....... 3 Aiw 37 3 IlaiUMd!« 34 ... Hloomtbort IS . , Kowduia SI ( amai* Teck 40. Haoiilloa 33 ___ Harvard 42 ....... MorekooM S Moriui Stale 34 . Morris Hrowa 12 . Morris llwyey 14 North f'aroilaa Hiala 28 Ozarks ColleM 39 Paiac 7 «. ... . l*fcHaoder HoiMi 12 .............. WaiAtaztoa H.HtwaOM 27 .........._ *»! Sooth Carallna Stale 3 ...........Texas A * M • Koalliwoslera Okla. 21 .............. Northwestaea 26 Hlctson 23 . . .................. WlicwsiB 14 Teaacttee 2« ............................... la Temiessee Slate 40 ... EAST Tennessee Tech 2S .. , ................... Brkkwwl 0 The Citadel 18 .. .. Ilnrtmata 7 ' Iralnla 50 __ .... Na*y Little Crcek!13 \ Irnlnl* Tech 14 TrcMon Tehrs. 6 WaUilBofon A Lee 21 ................ Amherst 7 nayensMin 41 ........... Johns Hopkins 0 Westminster 33 ... Wagner »t Winston Salem 27 . ^¡^¡Buckeyes Upset Wisconsin, 23-14 Lincoln t Bethnnc r^imaii 8 COLUMBUS, O. (IP—Ohio state sady, who got two runs of more itotidMn 6 came from behind to blast un-ithan 40 yards from scrimmage, Bobby stood back from the rest, rubbing his shoulder. • He left the game »nd B mo• B # ment Ister walked to the dress- IT WAS a rough game that sent Ing room with the team phyrfe* Reynolds to the showers for »a. .>• keeps. The Huskers looked like What the fans didn’t know wts anything but contenders for Big that they had seen Bobby mate Seven honors as tfiey copped their his last run as a Husker. fourth straight triumph before a In the dressing room after record crowd of 40,000. game Reynolds was reported te Several players on both squads have declared that he w'ould hii were ejected from the game forj back and made light of the In- illegal use of the hands and un-i Jury, but Husker Coach BUI nece.«;sary roughness. Glassford, after consulting team Glassford’s pass defense was doctors, sadly reported that Bobby was all through. • • • AFTER Bobby left the game, Bordogna and Ray Novak picted up four yards between them, the Omaha fullback going over for the score. Korinek’s conversion made it 14-7. NorikweMen,^'wîü 14 bêfôre 8()’,345Üns'. ................... daÿ,"w7re 'the"sS‘rk"''pÎugs of the effectively *th/ Huskem stmdi Fwma«i4 There could be no apologies for game. I 1 Johnny BordogM Anew l*alver2ita 7| Wisconsin as Ohio State went 90| OHIO. WHICH had beaten Ind|.|^°Nÿ^chmaxed^^^”50?ylrd^*^d^^^^^ Eafterw yards for each of its three touch- ana and lost to Purdue, refused to «vhe* Johnny .«rachoH George Wadiimitoa ii downs to knock the Badgers from fold befisrè the Badgers who had ovef from* thé Cat’s* î-yard stripe Impotent, except In the fourUi period, while the Huskers’ ground attack sputtered and almost fizzled out on several occasions during the two and one- half hours of play. Nebraska, due to Reynolds’ ex- out of se- .................x,,”*.'"’** i! beaten Wisconsin, 23-14, Saturday and Tony Curcillo, regular offen-, ,, ^ ^ „ u * V... ’"*R^ 7 for a major upset and one of Ohio sive quarterback last year who ki!T fK- *2 State’s sweetest victories in years stood out as a linebacker Satur- fu. k . u oam» antAK 40 .,« Ho« -rvrir « 1 ,,«« «4 4 K« utos of tho btU gamc afid scorcd, Rirh'JL'iS 2« leadership. The Ohio walloped Marquette and Illinois, ■ar Navïï “o defense was solid, too. as iti Taklne the ball on their 20 earl Cklacoltoga« Naval fl AMES, la. (W—The Kansas Jay- Hoixtra 28 hawks ripped Iowa State College _ ¡apart by ground and air Satur-ijMtau 38............ jdav to mark up a 43-0 triumph 21 . and hold their tie w’ith Nebraska uSUa Vaik* 19 for the lead in the Big Seven .Maiw* 24 football race. Playing before 12,500 fans, I Kansas struck for one touchdown Texas marched to the Oklahoma in the first quarter and two in the 31 but couldn’t budget further and second. Coach Jules V. Sikes then 49 had to kick. Then Oklahoma ram- threw all 36 of his men into the st. Miiki«iib«rg 8 bled 76 yards for another touch- game in the run-away second balf.iJJ^*^*"^ ** down, made on a 65-yard pass Several stars stood out in the Rif*«» *'» ■••• play. Crowder threw to I^ake on Kansas onslaught. Halfback H* ' •. .. WgshiiiKtoa Rates ..New Ywrfc U .... Edlabofo Haverford A I Arkawias 20 0 East Texas Htalc 48 « Hooatow I'. 33 8 (iklakwM ABM 33 BiaefieM‘iSII ts Spirited drivcs on the 14, in the final ¿eriod, the Buckeyes »laetieig Hiate 13, j 2 and 18 -yard lines. i . . , .. on a sneak. Reynolds’ conversion Taking the ball on their 20 early point made it 7-0. RiJl’THWEST scored in 14 plays with Bruney The speedster from Tnrfle Creek. Pa., reeled oft suceesitve run« of IS, 8 and 11 fards t* get up to the Wildcat 22. ^ Here a roughing penalty on the • . Manhattan Man gave the Scarlet UNABLE to gam on the ground, a first down on the KSC 6-yard MgnlaaS 37 .MillcrsvUla Htalc 27. Morgaa HItac 34 __ Maskiagam 27............ Na»» 14 ......... HkoSc IstewS 7......... .Maws^to 141 Texas rkrisliaa 47 *. PCWB ..New Hamp,hire Georgia .... Katztows ... IJwcola I'caH Hllpper Rock WUItawi A Marx i i ! ! • ! . f'hamplato 20 t**Merw .Mnntawa 19 u«.*t2S but running and Borton passing and Kansas State lost no time taking,Hn, »„d Johnny fought his w.y T.ta ?fThurlow Weed, the smallest player then going over on a quarterback ,o ,pe air lanes. With Carl Al-:,cross on two plays. Koringk Wisconsin got rolling a«“»« converted. Wkkita 2iiin the Big Ten, missed the try for sneak. “ Then Mteiitfa i^iTexas < lurlsttaa 47 Trtmitv a a» • ^ » i».» . - _ RPi 20 .Texas Hoatkcm 48 .V. ....... GramM^ 14 ^^6 point, and WlSCOnSin SOOn 2 Weta Texto Mata 4s‘ New Mexico AAM 7 forged ahead, 7-6, when Paul lae« «« Schwaiko, the only freshman op 3 the hefty Wisconsin squad, booted ” ittabo « T 2^ point after touchdown. w Mootaaa T 1 tah 34 WyooiliHl . Meatana Htate ... I'tah Htate Deaver Rrlghan Yoaog Kastera Moatana laafwHte 0 FAR WEHT HwartkBHiie 20 ( gf * Ä' .S l ottwraa 14 lanv I. I'uiietvoaad 34 %V«kc Eiiwit 0 Haa Fraacisco Htalc 14 Oreaoo Wkttworth Eastcra Wasklnatoa * The Buckeyes hit the victory 8 trail for keeps at the start of tho ^ last half when little Fred Bruncy second half kickoff to score. . returned the kickoff to his 37. Wisconsin tried desperately The Badgers went 39 yards for a touchdown In seven plays with Gerald Witt skirting wide four yards around end to the end zone. The Buckeyes moved from the to the Texas 40 and he ran across. Gib Dawson fumbled the kick- Charlie Hoag scored three touch- We»tciie»tef 21 downs—one on the ground and ................... off on the Texas 29, Gene Calame two on long passes from Quarter- ’ midwest recovered and Oklahoma had an- back Jerry Robert.son. Quarter- Aisioa 14 « ................. other score shortly afterward. Ves-back Gill Reich sprinted 75 yards Wallace tt ........... sels crammed into right tackle tfor another tally. BowHaa*’Gre«i ti from the Texas 12, made seven; • • • .............. and lateraled to McPhai who ran HALFBACK Bob Brandeberry ¡t'S^e^ss.......................... over. ■ ‘ Picture on Page 2-B and Halfback John Simons scored*® •••;; the other touchdowns—Brande-i<'**aeo«ita tin.» ss berry on a one-foot plunge and • • • • • • ...................... Simons on a 21-yard pass from Evaawiiie is Vaiwu«ito Quarterback Archie Unruh. itoiSvif'ASolrtMia is........... hl ^ tii SSSS Kansas opened the scoring mid- HeWei^ra tn wineaHcra 7 Quarterback John Borton com-¡come back but Bruney closed the 0 pleted a couple of short passes, dof)r by grabbing Jim Haluska’s Hamiitfia 20 HTaarriN” 4 T" Ofcgoa Huto 2 « ^^011 passed to ireshman Howard pass, intended for Witt, on Ohio's Bctto* 0 ir, ,1 • n Hopalong Cassady, who grabbed 11 and returning it 34 yards. roiMmhia 2 N vfcMttaJita pigskin on his 27 and roared Borton, Bruney, fullback John Bciiwo^ .35 d"iA a^^ 21 Uke a veteran for a touchdown. S*"“ .L‘ ** FU««» *» The second half was dramatic *"<-."2!!'! ?:c!s;.Vi ,“"““¿SS’to ’Ii “ Wt«con.ln fought to cot b«lt in the game—u s u a 11 y letting Allen The Horae Ameche carry the ball till safety man Bruney Hradkx 14 |»««|itar 7 BaU Htato 8 Koala S3 MarMla 12 (.«¡dc K»ck 40 CalvM Htocktoa 7 ,Milfar4 34 .. Xavier to.» IS'i^rchvS 32 W ateta 27 M. BoMvrator« Colaoitet 32 Edoor 0 .I’akw 8 Ktaiiiiatea. Koa. o , I'lXMM 1« McoSovr Grava 13 Hlay and Cassady began clicking 'again. They scored in 12 play.*; with Hluy going over from the three. Weed converted. • • • Itall Jack McShulskis, the ex- Army wingman, doing the catching the Wildcats swept down the field for a su.stained drive of 58 yards. The TD was aet up on At- backer's 31-yard flip to Mc- Shuiskis which gave the Invaders a first down on the Nebraska 31. Veryl Hwitzer aided the cause with a 10-yard scamper to the NT 9-yard line and a moment later Dig Mae plucked the leather out of the air for a 6-yard gain and the touchdown. Lane Brown’s point after touchdown knotted the count at 7-all. One of the best rum of the ball game, Dennia Rorlnefc’a razzle-dazzle rntback for 46 play Cederdahl muffed a long pass after outrunning the *C«I secondary. Bordogna did hi* best to make it up on the last play of the quarter when he tore through the nnlfl- dle for 25 yards. • • • AFTER watching the 63 high school bands and the Nebraijta ROTC musicians put on their cal- orful and delightful halftime show, the fans .settled back hoping An interference call on to see the Huskers move on to» f n Towers put the Huskers back in easy triumph. Buffs Batter way“ through the Hrst period on;JJ^»i xm 1 J.^xylaC«^ a 53-yard pass play from Robert-iisStaaa ('cotni InNijshtTilt MlMkM Hnavt .... l4iwrtaca 8 AtataoS 13 Ttluiauh 20 Try«« 40 W altMU 38 SI. JoMita*» Otoote 8 .............. Vollt» 18 ..........................Artter 8 ..............PeMa « 7 0 NKBRASRA COLLEGE 0 Hullotoi 21 D oom HUlMiate 0 Ktmrmtf 10 CtetaroN Stata HoaNi Dakota Wavlaxia 13 Hoatb Ooltota 27 ................... «»mate 13 7 Aaterioa 0 W'axM 21 .......... Iowa Htat« Ttackm 27 North Dakota 14 ;j. MUIIkla 23 ..................... Elioharvt 7 a {Kataioazoo 3S ............................... .%8riaa 0 Cyclone pass that went into Kan- , (^i^*2rtaia *o » • /»V -v^v. TT..S sas hands set up a pair of Jay-;i^wr«K# 3S ............................ toroaii o TUCSON, Ariz. The Uni- hawk, scores in the second quarter. son to Hoag. An Iowa State WISCONSIN came back to score, the bail game, giving Johnny Bor- ‘*hid^*the'*^hJd“^l)ertod pulled him down. Ameche had s the climax of a passing drive that dogna credit for a 32-yard eom-, ,,ndo>r wav when Kanaas 40-Dound weleht edce but ttie paid off with four minutes left pletion to Dennis Korinek on the uncorked its bottle of tricks when Haluska pa.ssed from Ohio’s Cat 16. jThe Cats moved fast on a sormi 9 to Harland Carl who skipped a • • • Lf short passes from their own 26 few yards for the touchdown. REYNOLDS slashed off f«e. . «rored 11 olavs later wten Schwaiko converted and Ohio Albacker hit McShulskis with a pay^^dirt perfect flip near the last chtlk- The Huskers called time. 40-pound weight edge but Die 170-pound B r u n e y—who dug graves during the summer to get in shape—d u m p e d him time after time. ^ There could hardly be an in- led 20-14. mmimmi * 1 « dividual star. But Bruney, Cas-, Picture on Page 2-B fumble and versity of Colorado parlayed three fumbles into touchdowns in the first half Saturday night to lay, the foundation for a 34-19 victory over the University of Arizona be-i fore 24,500 fans. ' Colorado used single-wing power to pu.sh over five touch-: Iowa State made ita greatest threat minutes before the half ended by driving to the Kansas four yard line, but Halfback Bo Walker fumbled there and Kansas led at halftime, 20 - 0 . Exit Boh Reynolds perfect See HUSKERS. Page S-B i Mlanil to.» 33 Mkkioaa Normal 13 . Miekisaa Teck 33 : MarataavMe 33 ! Norta Dakota Htate 4« N'ortkera ill. Htate 21 . Nortkera Mkklsaa 34 l»teriia 2« ................ 4»kto Nortlier« 21 ......... IMil« WeUoaa R Reich broke loose from his long I'lttvtera ík .» 17 W cvteni Mickisaa 8 llllaolt Eatlera 7 Mlnnetota Dalulh 7 .Saeavtaoa 0 Houtk Dak. Htalc 14 . Ho. 111. Noroul 7 ........... Eerrtv 19 ............ DeFaaw 8 rcSarvlllc 14 ................ I aM 7 .......... „ Watatero 7 downs in its first night game since Ht‘”?S£Í u ‘Ó a, ^ ond half. Tackle Bud Bixlerihi. oiai 20 Grtaneii 14 Jim Dalthorp flopped on g^^^^ End Barnie^]^'jf\.‘ Arizona zon^ Alleman behind the Iowa State u like* 27 '! , iiteca 0 and Wendy Shelton skipped ^ ^ minute Deaivmi 14 around right end for first period Robertson passed to Hoag scores. Zack Jordan flipped a ggajn tbis time 54 yards, for a xoT (oiiesa t8 HaaiNoa is screen pass to Ralph Curtis in the 3 ^,^^ Aiitema m , . second. Curtis ^c«rert again on a ^muh intercepted a Dick Mann :Í*£ÍSLJ®a a m 32 ArkíLtíJ^^í^i « power play tp the third quarter. ^ fourth period and put Aatem S 4 wonors 7 And Don Shelley dived over fr^ a 21-,, ....... 8 yard, yard throw to Simons. t%tatte“H ** ,V.V.V. . WeMera ('arollu n Roger Williams kicked four con- Kansas smashed for a total of ................... ‘í , V, a iw 23 first downs to six for Iowa ts........... I Don Beasley shoved Arizona in gt^tg Kansas outgained the Cy- Temttüje Htate 33 ... M«r»vuie jj front in the first period by plung -1 gjongj, ground 268 yards ^evlik^s ing over from two yards out for 93 through the ^»»rite 54 the first score of the game. End gg FoB^m^kii« Will Gonzal'’s intercepted a lat- kanhah Ge«f*k tÍS 14 eral pass and ran 55 yards in the Ewta—Hoeu«. Taxior, Fink. Uon», Pai- 1 » With only 10 sec- tcruvn. U I nruh I * M Tackiev A Colorful Football Cai;eer Enel» E W orttUn Tack 33 Malae Marlllaw HOrTH %AT 4 oHeaa 28 .. third quarter onds of the game left. Bruce Me- poppt. nracrim. ii*«on Cauley heaved a 34 yard pass to Guard» Knowle», qo*»man, Armstrona. Parrlnlla fnr a touchdown .RuHhard Helnnt.vder- Hanila. WooHolk Ken Caraeua ror a roucnaown. ,Woodr. Gn.h, Roben». And«-r»on Jim Donarski kicked one conver-, Back». Clndrtch. Murphy, Konck, Brandcbcrry, Clea II Q g 7 '«nxer, Supmon», Hatetini, Fi»a. Colorado .............................. 14 1 ®lOU A HTATE kriznaa »coriM! Tmahdown»- Be»»lcy. W. i Eada^ AUeman, Hrmin(r»By. Tuid. Tha- Goflzalci. Cardella, PAT-Donarxki. ilaikcr, Rohwedder, Swale, Ltndttrom. Cun Lundy. Mrkonic. BIxIcr, Martaall. H^c»lera 39 l,«Ml»iaM Tech 34 Marta« ln»tItale 23 Memphit Hlalf 34 Ml»»l»»lppl t oHeae 7 Gailfurd 7 Morrt* 8 riemkOR 13 F«rt X alley » BH» l.ele«aa A Talaoe 0 . .Viratala Valoa » ., Ht. AaaNkttae n Mmrektad 7 Kepturkr 7 I'tairal <»kla. Hi. A HiawaMee •> Marray Stale 7 Howard a Sion. Arizona Mi»»ii»ippl Htate 14 North Texai Htate 0 Moataoawry JC IS Htepherd 8 I oloradu «corlaa: Touchdown» Dalthorp, ShcltoB, Curtl* 2. Shelley. PAT—William» 4. nina ham. Tacktaa—Brown, Tho«p«on. Mafhrion. Ryrua, M«tar. Coey. _ _ . A • 1 Garia—Kowalaki. Wilton. ChaJspUn. Hof- Navv Defense Aids los angeles ( insi - ucla , V' Baeka -Mann. Melltren, Shibley. Bum», followed the suggestion of the Stli: B^ilXshute.’“a^deaV famed student card stunts ,iowa State ... a 0 ft 0-ft Saturday by “making a puddin ANNAPOLIS, Md. (INS) K»n*a» 7 13 18 7—43 out of Rice, 20-0, m an inter-sec- Navy’s great defense checked „ I* tional football game at Ltrs An- xifit* 1 Rif «e 4rk Hftifliif HffTV» SilfMIHS. P A X K OHfflt & ^ _ i K/ff jpxi»S ev 1 »rv\ i William and Mary from start to nuirr geies Memorial Coliseum. finish Saturday, and the un- — A crowd of 30.926 watched the beaten Middies drove 71 and 88 gig t^eveil StandinffB Bruins score in each of the first three periods by making capital Lettin , Mckk. Defense Aids In 14-0 Victory UCLA Cooks Rice With Aerial Attack vards for two touchdowns and a! ^ H-0 victory. nebr \ hb .% ........... z Frank Brady ripped 17 yards j;;”".;: f for one Navy score and Fred ttauteott "I • Franco bulltd threo yards for thg % oth«r. ikoMtt» Htata ...... • T Pel. PI». I A l.tMHi 43 • i.mw A l.AIMi t .ita» 1 .ita» • mo • .M« S8 tl ss • 14 14, use of the forward pass. The ‘I; Bruins scored midway in the first period after Rice Quarterback Dan Drake's pass was intercepted by Jack Ellena on the Texas 29. ONE LAST, LONG LOOK—All American Bobby Reynolds, whose collegiate playing days tndtad Saturday when he suffered a shoulder separation, louses to watch Bit action in the Husker-Kansas game. EscorUng Mr. Touchdown to the dresaing room are Dr. Frank P. Stone, tea m physician, and AasMtant Trainer Jim Van Deuaen.

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