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Sunday, September 22, 1957
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t.B UVCOI.V SIMMY JOI RVAf AND RT^R v.W'*' i-Shu«' siun^ om I)<‘iivor Bv 10-0 .1 ii<v ^ (lyrloties Mfihf» Mvers^ Dehiil Siirross As Slcliols Sparkles StfitintirH I ifdi 111»««* ItMihmg \ »téma* > mréaa* I'«'»»* Iniiffrptid hf Í MWhl»* l.i»‘l Viirii* li«nt*r l««i HI#«* fl I» III« 1*2 fi* I« I'» *, %n 1 4» ■ 12 SOON t K s( OKI - Joe Rector, Oklahoma end, goes high into the air in the Pi isburgh end zone to catch a pa vs thrown by Cari Dnjij for the Sooners’ first ore of the game Saturday. The defender is Pitt quarterback Bill Kaiiden <19'. 'AP*, J avliitwks (Idlltrl Tii* illi IVxas Chi isliaii Sla!i!»lic!s Myers, IcKiked like a much different | team than the one which finished | with a dismal 2-8 record last year as It scored its first shutout in | three years. Kieiri (•oat The cyclones scored in the first' half on a 37*yard field goal and AMES. Iowa tUPi-Iowa State then iced the game in the thu-d mad, ita debut a.-, a s.ugU-wini! *' >"'*» Pl’J» team a succeiw Saturday with a score. I 10-0 victory over a fumblin}: Den- Tailback Dwight Nichols, a IWt* ver University team before 12.500 pound sophomore rated behind fam^ at Clvde Williams Field here, starter Terry Ingram, sparked Im.-, Stata. making its firal start ^tali’a touchdown drtve with under former UCLA .Iirn *" ti«Pl«y »< passing and signal calling. He maneuvered the ball from his own 38 and then turned end behind four blockers to score from ' .SIX yards out. IH Rngh Down Denver’s attack, carried mostly by third-string halfback Mel Johnson, threatened to break open throughout the game but fumbles 1 on crucial plays stopped two ■ drives inside the Iowa State 29. Another Denver drive died on the 5. A pair of Denver fumbles in the .second period ended one promising drive and gave Iowa State its field goal chance. Denver halfback Ev Newman fumbled the ball away on the Iowa 29. State kicked out and swarmed down under the kick and knocked the ball loose from the receiver. The Cyclwies attack stalled on j the 20 but tackle Lyle Carlscm bocHed a 37-yard field goal on his collegiate attempt to give Iowa State » lead it never re- • linquished. It was Iowa State's first shutout since it blanked Drake, 35-0, in 19,54. The Cyclcme attack really began ZiHvada Toj)s In /2-7 Win StfItisi irX rir»t llown» Hnwhln* V tréag* Caoilnc \ aré at* I'»- «■« ir» Inirrrrptrd H» I’unt* I iirnhir* l,n«t l ard» IVBrfltird K Hutp Wrominf U to r?7 IS n:. 1 ;•» S-41 ■S 4.1 S IS ' fl J-lfl 3 LARAMIE, WYO. uP-Quarter- back Larry Zowada scored one touchdown touchdown and set up the other .SIDELINED ALL AMERICA\-An injury has prevented End Bill Steiger from action for Washington State this year. But the flanker made the trip to Lincoln as an assistant trainer. Here he cheers his teammates on to victory. Hr»! 14o» B» Flr»l l)«wB* Rnthlnc Vardate ea««ing Yardatf ea«»r» Pa«»p» Intrrrrpt^d B» fiiiit» Fumblrt l,«»t Yard» Prnallfrd i The other Kan.saf K»«»»» 1 «f fame from a pass. Marshall to Saturday in leading Wyoming over functioning in the third period Charles McCue, .'tood for 34 yard.s. Kansas State 12-7 and making Bob when Nichols took command, at 2 .« Barnes converted this time—in the oevaney’s coaching debut at Wy- Halfback Jim Lary started the C li 1 1 third quarter. i . , , , Iowa State touchdown drive when • ‘ " '» ,K ^ • » 7 ,-n oramg a ..uccessful one. < h., „,u„ed a punt from the 15 Tou< hJwnf :%ecu.’ ^he viclory extended the Cow- to hi.s» 38. Two short plunges and — f'.M. run FORT WORTH, Tex. The oium . v K.insas Jayhawk^r.s smanhed hack with the clock showing no lime left to tie Texa.- Chri.stian. th.; Cotton Bowl cln^sic champim.b 13-13 Saturday night with a deluge pouring down on a soaked field. Jim Leicaviu tucked in the slippery ball on a pass from Bob Mershall—a spectacular catch with a hard-to-handle pigskin — on the Texas Christian 8 and trotted over. The play covered 24 yards. The scoreboard clock showed no time left. Ray Barnes, with a chance for an upset victory, kicke.l the ball wide and short of the goal, and the game ended in the tie. ft-1* i 4-.14 » Ti l 3 2 Kan-'*:» •.citrin» — 44 *0 <14. psAhfun irom»h»ijt. !,i>(paviis boys victory String to 12 over a Nichols’ run off a trap play put iin-p*», from M.irxhaii convcrxi.M j^rce-year Span. They won the the ball on the midfield strip. Polen I Cougai* Passes Sink Gi’eeii (^ornhiiskers Conference title last year. Nichols hit end Jim Stuelke on rnntinued from Page l-R, In the most bruising play of the game. Brown tore dowmfield on Jeiuiiiigs Displays j Little Lniotioii Jliixker }ionlor Kt-mains Cnlin Di'spilo /Vo/m/i/e Inner Tnnnoil By JIM RADLIN Staff Sport* Writer Bill Jennings chewed gri.s.s, chewed gum and chewed paper. At times he looked like he wanted to chew nails. But the greying University of Nebraska football coach resisted. As he walked the sidelines while the Hu.skers were losing to Washington State, Jennings displayed little emotion. The raltn surface was maintained, hut sign* of strain showed through at times. Once, in the third quarter, Jennings tore the neat hrown hat he was wearing off his head In disgust. Quickly, he regained his composure and conversed briefly with assi.stant coach Don Strasheim. II#* S#'I<h)ni Spokr Most of the time Bill paced up and down a small area in front of the NU bench, taking time out now and then to sit down. Seldom did he speak on the field phone to the NU assustant watching from the box. When NU .scored its second touchdown. Bill kept calm. He just pointed to the field as though signaling someone. IIix conferences with subs were calm and collected, just as were his movements throughout most of the tilt. But you got the impression that there was plenty of turmoil inside and that Bill Jennings suffers just ax much—and maybe more—than some of his more excitable coaching cohorts. PlayiT (jHiiiiH'iils A joyful Washington State dressing room was quieted down for a short talk by Coach Jim Sutherland, but the thrill of winning soon brought the din back. Players on the WSC team had these comments: Boh New man, ace quarterback—“We looked lots better than we d^ a year ago and are starting to jell. We will keep it up and surprise some teams.” !Ma(le MiRlakes Dan Verhcy. tackle—“We made mistakes—at lea.M I did—but we were sharper than they were. We were in better shape than Nebraska.” Angelo Brovelli, guard—“We beat them in the line by outcharging them.” (iary .Morrell, halfback—“Our passing game was real good and we thought they never could stop us.” He and Newman thought Nebraska's Bennie Dillard was the top Husker offensive threat. Lavish Praise for WSCl In a different atmosphere and under different circumstances, the Nebraska players were lavish in their praise of the WSC passing attack. (Icorge (lira, fullback, .said: “The only team that I ever played against that could compare In passing was the Texas Christian club in 1951 and they used the spread formation.” Roy .Stinett, quarterback-“They had lots of speed and protected Iheir passer well.” Gene Sandage, halfback—“Their quarterback (Newman) was very good, just as good as Bill Wade, an All-American I played against in service ball.” Toii"li lo Slop Co-captains Bill Hawking and Marlin Hilding agreed that Waxh- ington State’s passing game was tough to stop. Both stated that the Colorado In 6-6 Deadlock BiifG Outplay Favor#*#! Iliiski#?* Slali"lif*4 Idaho Stale W liiteuaslies 1 tr»t liuwn« Kuxhtni: >«r«lae« Pa»kin{ vjtdaCr !•*»*»••. 1 PaiiKP« InlKfCfPied I»» j Punì» Fumhir» l«»t Yard» p^Balited < ilo. 1' ztn Ha»h^ lis 2* 1 T-4'.'.S ss nich converted. The Wildcat', threatened again a few minule.s later when they recovered flunble on the Wyoming hi by the ground, however. ” Kansas State scored in the first ^2 period when Keady intercepted a 34 Zo#ada pass on the Wildcat 12 and i H * r»..r returned 15 yards. Two plays later, imtmtrs SEATTLF, '-^™e Colorado B if- pilehout and ran 70 tlMlllaloes ontplayrf L.vored Wa-shmK- J ton in an intersectional football , ______ POCATELLO, Idaho .T - opener Saturday and settled for a opening period touchdown march f»-6 tic when dri'"*.s in the tlur'i of 8.5 yards, completed by fnUhark and fourth quartc-'S collapsed George Komr. *wo-yard sin.ash Colorado got n! to a tas; .st ir* over right lackl-* to r,cnre. start cl with a touchdown in the firi l q i.v the Idaho Slate Ben,gals on a 72-0 ter. set up by Bovd Dowler s pmi‘ victory over the ilasting,- I’-rnncho.s which hopped cut of bound.s on Saturday in the football sea.son the Wa.shington 5, opener for both. Washington punted weakly it. The Bronchos .allied twice in return and a clipping penalty the second quarter but were moved Colorado to the Washing- twv < r*ion .ankh , , .1 W v.»muiE MOrmv! 1 ouchtlown* Stopped on the Id.iho Slate 19 and ■ ton 38. The Buffs drove to the n. piumii.. M.tu!.h:«ff no, rum. 23-yard lines. And in the second touchdown in .seven plays. l./eroy -------------------------half Hastings got to the Bengals Clark dodged through the middle i 17 but fumbled. Hastings gamed of the line for Hie last 12 yard.s ! 149 yards on the ground compared and the tally. El'.vin Indorfs kick to ISC’s 151; lost 5 fumbles com-. was wide, pared to 2; was nenalized 20 vards < f ii ! Wuiihlnkftun ^ b 0 0 n Colorailu »coring — Touchdimn; (TjrSv (11, run>. Wiishingtiin si'oruig — 'I'ouchrtown: Pay- *pno »58. puA.s, run from Dunn», Wyoming had to come from be- the Denver 39, A reverse by the timid-tackhng Husker line. ........................ ^ _ hind, and had to .stave oft a late Lary moved the ball to the 24. Washington State outgained the phil - who had fielded K-State thrust, to win the .season After four short gams, Nichols Cor^itskers m both departments, __ ^j,e force of a opener. The Big Eight conference turned the end behind four block- 380-239. Nebraska, which was ex- gherman tank, team was on the Wyoming one at score from 6 yards pccted to have an improved run- ball squirted free and Harry the end of the first half, and on the °tit. mng attack could muster just 153 xolly recovered the ball on the six at the final gun. Carlson converted for a 10-0 yards on the fired-up Cougars. ^gc 12 , jolly almost got trapped i debuts : Halfback Gene Keady scooted 70 6:29 left in the third Striking Distance ; for a loss on the next play, re-, ! yards for Kansas State’s only »3 7 i 4 _ioi Actually, the Cornhuskers hung versed his field ar^ spurted to the i score but then 2towada began «0 0 o -01 within faint hailing distance of the three. Two plays later, he wedged, passing brilliantly despite occa-1 ct«vVr»fom*c«i»on*‘ FiHd**fo«r.’ carhwn.*! Hip-happy Cougars until late in the over to pull the Huskers up 12-20. third quarter. Naviaux missed the kick. Washington State went 66 yards There it stayed until late in the in nine plays midway in the first third when Nebraska gambled and period, with a 20-yard Newman- failed pathetically. With fourth and, to-Fanning combination making 8 on the WSC 48, the Husker.s it 6-0. The same duo teamed for elected to try for a first down and 30 and 12 yard gains during the Stinnett was tossed for a 26-yard drive. Eddie Stevens converted. loss — and fumbled to boot. sionai snow flurries which drifted over War Memorial Field and the 12,733 fans. Zowada, a 6-foot-1 senior, used his aerials to push into scoring territory twice in the second quarter. Both Wyoming scores came Husker coaches had prepared them to stop the aerial attack. Hawkins singled out Newman as “a great passer.” Hilding said the kickoff, smashed Cougar half- Newman was “the best pa.sser I have ever seen,” Hilding also said the Cougcr line “had good pursuit" Two sophs, both of uhoin saw considerable aetion, agreed that college ball was “a lot different than in high school.” Harry Tolly, quarterback, and Don Olson, tackle, also agreed that they learned a lot in the game and that they enjoyed their collegiate xcept that Nebraska l(»t. Missouri, Vaiiclerhiit 111 I-Í lie SMU Spoils Elliott’s Debut With Bears, 13-6 Slatiislirs I ir»t IlHthin« >dr4<iS4 A hustling second Husker unit The Cougars took two runs from I»'«*"“ Ten nessee Tearn Reaches Tifiers Siali.-li«*?» SMI I« 2.51 53 . 3-S 3 , I-.34 .3 3 BERKELEY. Calif, .f» , second try for the extra point »dill, went wide. 2 (U The crowd of 45,000 in Memorial ^ Stadium, predominately pulling for « new Cal coach Pete Elliott and *■*3 his split-T system to make a win- 5 i ning debut, was doomed to disappointment, goy»}^. California scored first, going 52 — — r, , ___yards in 16 plays. Halfback Jack An 18-yard punt return by Dave Methodist s Mustangs, long- v.nrt» were the big gainers n the 72- Jones against the tiring Huskers set ‘ famed for their passing, stayed guard Garry ' Weber, 192 « yard parade. Stinett plunged for up the final WSC tally with 11:52 on the ground ior two touchdowns pound senior, bl-xked Joe Kapp's .111 the final inches .shortly after tin left in the game. Stinnett punted sa(„rja whioped the Cali conversion attemut. 4 .,, second quarter opened. from his end zone and Jone.s took . ’ • u • * Washington State was pul in the the ball on the 32, storming back Bears 13-6 in their seasons 3 hole by Jerry B’-own’s quick kick to the 14. *' in the middle of the period, get- Jones ground out 1! more be - „ „ o - NASHVILLE, Tenn. '4'^ Favored ting possession on its own 10. New- fore Morell coyered the final four coa:h Bill Meek the It n* o tt V-'. Vanderbilt had to come from be- man was thrown for a five-yard yards and Jones kicked the point. h.ts'wn K took the kickoff and promptly the 25 and made it to the 10 from Ishow'ed up its first-club brothers, where Newman hit Fanning again,. Himhi«* i«*i j With Roy Stinett at quarterback, opening the gap to 27-12 — an in-i ••«'»**»**'* __ I they put Nebraska back in the surmountable lead for the Husk-j By J.ACK STEVENSON I game. ers at this late state. Newman’s A 17-yard run by Zaruba and a kick was good. 24-yard Stinnett to Ray Engel pass Un» IS« CrfASr« liu«hinr 3 arrtar» l*.s«Mn* I arda(r 42 The drive was .slopped when _ . J T t:r 1 ; I'aAvr* IntrrrrrlPd B Cowocv guard i.en Kuczewski torcud Di:k Corbett to fumble on ^ ihe Wyoming one. K-'-i.-if U nsrtun« KM.ste .M»«nuri !» KuAhInc ( « 3 fl » I 4-Í8 football opener. Inaugurating the split-T off'*n- Southern Methodist took the kickoff and drove 6 yard.s to score. The Mustangs took advantage of a California lapse to score again in the third period. Sub quarter- compared to 99: gained 34 yards by passes compared to 97; and chalked up 10 first dowm» compared to 14. Hiislings u II (I 0 (, J.Hl (. 0 7 'I Idaho .Slat«* sionn« - luui'hdovAn» Kwn <2. iduniie». Wau.stafi (W, uass from id i- ♦•rsofr. Cami»b(>ll >¿3, I'uni. .S.Uci.v 111^^1. insfc lumhle it*« ov.-rod in rnd /onpi Con- »crsiont.,- Millrr. Mar.Udo WayiH* riinibl«*s Dana Bv 11-7 Stanford Koinps. ll)-7 Power ful Attiwk Ri [IS San .f##s#* h.nd Saturday night lo gam a 7-7 loss, but the Huskets were, A defeat, a tar from Conference team Gabe ArriUaga apparently z.v«ad 4 tie with the alert Missouri Tigers and the Cougars were off the impre.ssive Nebraska perforipance, grabbed a 7-6 lead early in the thinking it was third down, call'^ in an intersectional f oo t b al 1 book. possible incalcuable losses be-^second period from the Pacific f. 'opener ' LaRoy Rath galloped for 15 cause of injuries — that was the ¡Coast Conference Bears. i I i, w ®h caiiiorma s ¿o. Hal.- i The game, played b e t w e en ‘ilw‘ad"anrg'e of! mThrL“he‘?™efol"™“^ showers before 19.000 fans, ^as i 1 pounds, proved the running the 25 vards Jacltson scoring one minute and 30 seconds old ' .d o 7 i 3 ? 7 - 3 » turned in a key 10-yard smu _______ 0 7 e V 13 when center Tom Swaney inter- and with fourth down, Stevens j 0 6 e 0-12 run to the Cal 6 in the first scor- ^“sMu"‘*scorin*--Tou«ttdow'ns* duL^ii* cepted a Vanderbilt pass and ^ ® 12-yard gam | NewmanT" 3 . ihg drive and tallied the second | Piunae); Jacuson o. Piuiufl)! converaion: tvLisfprf *»i v-irdc fnr » fnnrhdnwn Then cam.e a iiow familiar pass ano pass from Newman; 10 . from New- i touchdown as he drove like a fill’, i -r uj twisted al yards tor a touctldown. ai.vard iaunt bv Chuck Morrell man). CogdU 12 «. past from Aldrich). ; nrove ime a lUl. 1 California iconnt - Touchdown: Hart ish converted. ^ wViorreu. conversions-su-vens.' back for three yards. Quarterbacx "i* The Newma..-Faunmg duo choked A.drich, N.-c.n, j.n„, , . NFBBASK 4 ® one-yard plunge an<l i Porkers took a muddy 12-0 victory drive in 14 plays. „lade it 13-6. ' ^.Knd*-Hawkins.' iiiiding. Lee. Engei. booted the first conversion. Hib over the Oklahoma State Cowboys. goth teams threatened several Olvlahoiiui Stale Heat LITTLE ROCK. Ark. (.T~Quar terback Don Christian sparked a Charley Rash .strong Arkansas comeback in the Vanderbilt deadlocked it early in for the touchdown, a 3-yard affair, second half Saturday night as the the second quarter on a 69-yard vvhich ended a 90-yard march and Nebraska had a few moments oí whecier,* oK‘‘i)ohrmaÌ."""'’* Cowan, Petersen, Christian made all of the yard- times but the slippery ball squirted respite but couldn’t move the ball. Kampe***liletn age in a 37-yard touchdown drive from wet hands several times to Before you could say, "Duck,” center»—McCaishiand. Zemic. Prusi*. in the third quarter after t h e stop scoring drives. the Cougars had another tally. , ouiardf“H2Mnret"^^^ Porkers had been pushed back Phil (The Chiei) King, senior I Taking the ball on the Husker j h '^ siungton ^ s ?.*^^^^ consistently by the Oklahoma halfback from Dyersburg, Tenn., 45 after Brown’s quick kick, they; Fnd^Hiizei. g . Morreu. Cogdii. Eiiin*- Slate line In the first half. The and junior fullback Jimmy But- needed just four plays to make it '’^Tarki7i^-lfaker,^"w^^^^ D. NeUon, P.ALO ALTO, Calif., .T A pow'er- Cowboys ran up impressive yard- ler from Memphis, ripped the Ti- 19-6. Aldrich hit Fanning for 12 ' tiuari»—BKWp|a''Yindl^^^^^ Far- WAYNE, Neb. tUP W’ayr.i* laden Stanford fontball team made age with .short stabs at the line ger ends and line for repeated gains and then spotted third-teamer rar. .somni.f, BiieL Kppch.’ State Teachers .vaited until t!'„* Bob Titchenal'.s San Jase State in the first half while .Arkansa.s as Vanderbilt nil®d up .a big s»a- Gail Cogdil in the end-zone and F,n«^rs^k*,'^iaw!* final halt to score but managed to coaching debut a miserable one ran only four plays, roll past Dana College Saturday Saturday by rh»bbenng the Spar night, 14-7. tistics edge. but. fumbles stopped tos.sed him a 26-yard strike. For An all-dav rain left the field them within the shadows of the : K^od measure .Aldrich kicked the Kiipriick. Maw. .a’kpp, Mast, Renfro. Rath. 1 , f ,_____, Ketchie. .Stevens. Wlnrtham. C, .Morrell. < EMERGENCY SERVICE Auto-Truck Repair Wrecker Service 7 Day Week 1821 **N” 24 hours 2-5593 KAAR SERVICE Keariu'v .Slali* JaiMs (xo, 27-6 exclusively in the final half. HAYS, Kan. (UP)—K e a r n e y The Indians punted only once State Teachers dominated most of in the first half and San Jose was the ball handling Saturday night limited to a lone yard in rushing and rolled over Fort Hays State ®nd a lone first down. Stanford Teachers here 27-0. quarterback Jack Douglas hit five Larry Jacobsbn dominated the ^2 passes for 57 yards, includ- Antelope offense and provided two ^ 10-yard touchdown heave to of the four tallies. Joe McFarland McMiliin. and Joe Smith each tallied one smd*r tan:- 46-1, .xuggv and the F'orkers prefcrrwl goal posts. Coach Chuck Taylor’s Stanford to let the Cowboys take the viindprbiU «70 '' '7 Imimm scored on the ground, in chances. Coach Jack Mitchell’s Hi«;hni‘’ioH.'h«i.m,,: hiup cu. the air and on interceptions, porkers nuick kicked six times in pas!.), coiv^r*iun: c. f „J I J ..A.. . u 1 / , -ti rorKtrs quuK Kiciveu mix luarM 111 , Vandprb s««>rin; Touuhtlown; Butlpr SlBniOrd led 34-0 8t hnlf first hslf. i Plun*.e . Funver.>ion: Travis, lor used third and fourth stringers . „kuhuma state’ o n « 0 - o' — ------ Arkansa» 0 0 6 8 -12 point. Nebraska returned to the field after the half breathing fire—but 1 the flames were to flicker out aft- i er one brief fling. Vie Bie, NEW ;f. .Arkans>aA scurin*- Touuhdown.»: Christ- 1 Ian <1. run»; Walker (I. run). 0 0 0 7—7 6 28 0 12—46 i ATTENTION SPORTSMEN AT YOUR CHEVRON DEALER 240 '0" St. 27th {¡r Adams FOR EVERY 2 BOXES REft/yNGTON SHOTGUN SHELLS PURCHASED 12-16-20 GAUGE, WE WILL GIVE $1.00 WORTH OF GASOLINE FREE BONDED FO k QUAUTY [VERVESS ^ THE BIGGEST I “BUY” N In Sparkling WatiM’ AT roust ^ IVEXf FAKTY EVERVßl K.. L St m BotUor 1ft** AlMTHa^y 7 m. 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