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2 - B Mcni.N fitnvnAY journal and star October 6, if J I W W B .IK. Jl . . I .. H ' JH May Be Wrnn Nsv Iowa's Hawkeye and Nebraska's Cornhuukem hava been friendly gridiron rival over Mr Mt A .. - S . .f - , W1m1U pan of 04 yean curing wumi, i .... . i time Scarlet icarna nave won games, lost 10 and tied S. . Iowa hat been blessed with tome outstanding coaches, the m.t eutatandina being the late Howard Jonrs. Jesse Hawley,) Ossie Solem, Hurt Ingwerson and Dr. Eddie Anderson. A brie resume of the series may bring back memories to many ol you. Halfbark German racked up four touchdowns at the Hawka wen the opener in 1891 . , , the ia2 tussle ended in a 10 - 10 dead lock but In 1893 the Huskers won by a 20 - 18 margin . . . Yont, Dern and Flippin paced the Scarlet to 36 - 0 win and the Missouri Valley crown ih 1894 . , ..Chick Shedd's touchdown was the only core as Nebraska won, 6 - 0, In 1895 and in 1H!6 the two teams blayed two games In Council tttuffc 1 . the first ending In a soorele tie and the second went to the Hawks by a 0 - 0 score . . Benedict's I yard run save Nebraska a derMon In 1897, C'oarh frank Crawford attach - Ing tha gate receipts of $250 dua him from tha preceding aeason . . Iowa was a to ft victor in 1898 and won In a romp, 80 to 0. In 1899 . . The first game played In Iowa City aaw the lfuakers win. 17 to 6. In 1903 f . , Nebraska won by tha same count the following season in Lincoln . . . Threa thousand fsna aaw Nebraska come thru, 11 to , In 1908 while the 1909 game ended la a 6 - 0 tie . Leonard Purdy paced the Ilus - kers to a 13 - 6 win In 1913 while Tackle Vie llalllgan booted three field teals to give the Hunkers a 16 - 7 verdict In 1914. .. . Guy Chamberlain ran wild marking up four touchdowns as the Scarlet banged a 62 - 7 win in 1915 and Hugo Otopalik did the umt thina at Iowa City in 1916 to pare a 34 - 17 Nebraska triumph . . . Nebraska came inru wun 47 - 0 win in 1917 but the Devines Locke and Duke Slater gave the , - el - 1 ; t " " , wr a 1. ' ' Jm J I. 1 tlillllll liritl 4 f i r' iV' ' rt rnlri ?Y rat T ll 6 GENE COWMAN. Grapple ltotcnjan In Main. Tussle Rowdy Dowdy Emll Dusek of the Omaha Duseks is slated to tangle with ex - Vandw griddor, Gene Bowman of Nashville, Tenn., in the main eventer on Promoter Adam rlrleger'a mat show at the faigrounds Wednesday night. The scrimmage will be a two falls out ot tnree ai - flr with a 90 - minute time limit. in (h neml - wlndun Htan MrslJrk. the bearded Mormon from Bait Lake, goea against Sailor Blaanle of Mt Paul, Minn., In a two - fall, 45 - mlnute tim limit melee. Danny "Bulldogrt Plechaa of Omaha Is billed to open the festivities against Gene Rear - dnn of St. Joe. Mr. Joe Zik - mtind. one - time mayor of Rrsinard - is Krieger'f most likely candidate for gendarme duty. Daily Flights TWICE EACH DAY TO OMAHA HASTINGS NORTH PLATTE SCOTTSBLUFF o ALLIANCE "1. ' CHADRON AND RETURN f PRAIRIE AIRWAYS For fores end scaedulM col) .. .. . . '. . . i - Lincoln Tour 4s Travel Aicy. S14 S. 13th 1 - 3181 . ; ' OR . ' , :v f - ' ' - . . Airport Terminal ( . ' : 1 - 1133 ; i ; , lowans a pair of vlct6rie in 1918 and 1919, 12 - 0 and 18 - Q. The two teams did not meet train until 1930 when Dana Bible's boys took a 12 - 7 licking on Iowa sod with Halfback Hickman In the leading role... Marv Paul scored the lone touchdown as Nebraska won. 7 - 0. In 1931 while Tater Fahrn - bruch'a 72 yard gallop enabled the Huftkers to win, 14 to 13, at Iowa City In 1932 , . . Bemie Masterson carried a bobblcd placckick attempt over for the extra point to give the Huskers a 7 - 6 decision over Ossie Solem's sound here in 1933 . Les McDonald and Sam Francis scored .as the Scarlet nosed out the Hawks, 14 - 13, in 1934 while Jack Dodd's 65 yard run featured Nebraska's 28 - 0 victory in 1961. . . . Rohrig and Porter scored as the Huskers won at Iowa City In 1938, the last game to be played on Hawkeye sod . . . Vike Francis and Wavne Blue turned the trick in 1940, 14 - 6, the two teams fail ing to meet in 1939. The Huskers nipped the lowans 14 to 13 in 1941 after which the Hawks plucked off three straight triumphs. They beat Glenn Presneli's clan, 27 to 0 in 1942 and Lewandowski'a 1943 and 1944 teams by identical scores, 27 to 6. George "Potsy" Clark's Inspired Scarlet squad wound up its 1945 campaign with a 13 - 6 triumph overIowa the week after the Hawleyea had upset Minnesota, - Firing Line By Norri$ Anderton I7NDS of the odds . . John Gerlach, one of Ray Pro - chaska's Cornhusker "B" team backs, suffered a broken leg in the game with the Colorado subs at Alliance . . . Another fluRker nubbin, Center Walt Wilkins (1943 varsity letterman ) was thought to have broken a leg in the same ffnme until an X - ray showed that no bones were cracked , . .Price equipment boasted by the rainsoaked fans at the Lincoln - Scottsbluff prep match was an ex - Gl who brought an army pup tent with him to the game . . . When Ol' T r - Uk niiiiflntf v ek d4ajI efc4 i ei set V uue riuviui as vcti iisu ea, j s sb uki the fan protected himself and all his immediate bleacher neighborf with the tiny tent . Sec Taylor. Des Moines Register sports ed, says that the Western conference professors did themselves a foul trick when they ruled that Perry Moss, ex - Tulsa back, was eligible to per form for Illinois this fall . Sec wrote: 'The Western con ference supposedly is a leader for pure athletics. It is supposed to stand for the best ideals in college athletics. . . . Moss, it seems, was scholastically de ficient when he left Tulsa . . He "made up" that weakness by enrolling for summer school courses at Illinois while on a 30 - day leave from Camp Rich mond, Wash.. . His curriculum Included such mental tests as one hour of advanced football, three hours of camping and Outdoor leadership, two hours of baseball coaching and three hours of coaching theory . Perry, how did you miss wood working and archery? ... Three hundred basketball candidates are drilling at the University of Illinois , . . That equals the grid turn - out there . . . Bobby Feller won a third of the games the Cleveland Indians won In the summers of 1940, 1041 and 1946. 11 SSIP li - MiM0 jf Wr,0i. - 4tm , jrKn . "4 si, ''itR. ' , , v - vi." - - a arw - - my. m - - . & t ar - aw i ' '"x ri;n ' 'If r - ilfBli .yir - ,MV V T7 jl:. J T - ai . . . 1 :vrr - 1 TS 1 I v'. 1 i WI. . - f FT A - ;: ' ' - w , S1' 'V Jc. tf if Wt " i 'Urn w .kn - P tf" 0r - " - J'mf .; ff".1 'sf 1 I H - r l - x. Jv - i' . ' iff i - - , JfcuC i ll s a a. v - r t 2 - t' tX 4 rfer - 1 . " ,..'!s'',J!ii3. ' v 1 ?. .... .,i Firsl Fliffht Pockets Rich Turf Event NEW YORK. VP). Tlni TUghU C V. Whitney's queen of the 2 - y ear - old fillies, outdistanced dozen rivals at Belmont Park Sat - .. ' M .... AAH If V Jf - aii. ui Sk Mli uraay in me luiunt, richest Juvenile fixture of the sea I . ..... .... - son, and became an outstanding candidate for honors as No. 1 youngster of the turf. Ridden by Eddie Arcaro. the bay daughter of Mahmoud - Fly i Swatter was going esily as she took down the 973,350 winner s share ot the purse with a length and a half to spare over Jay Paley's I Will, who headed. Mrs. Elizabeth Graham's Jet Pilot for It was a banner day for Arcaro, who also guided Walter M. Jeffords Pavot to a five - length triumph over Mrs. Ethel D. Jacobs' favored Stymie in the companion feature, the $27,300 Jockey Club Gold Cup, thereby providing one of the major upsets of the year. i Coupled with Khyber Pass. First Flight returned $3.70, $2 60 and $2.20 as the favorite of the crowd of 43J 20. MnnMrv nsAWS rfcond BLOOD Bill Moomey took Sam Va canti'i pass and streaked across the double stripe in tne aecona qul " l yrq out on Vcnti, toto flat" Staf Photo - Lujack Passes Irish Past Pitt Huskers WRESTLE Wed., Oct. 9th 1.30 P. M. Araaa Tlr OraSa I VW S" &.. - .vJ Propose Plan For Increase In Waterfowl DAYTON, O. (UP). A plan for international, study of waterfow resources designed to increase the North American population of waterfowl was proposed hero Sat urday by the Outdoor Writers of America. ' The plan was the culmination of several years of study and was announced by Col. Lewis B. Rock, publisher of the Dayton Journal - Herald and president of the Outdoor Writers association, after ap proval by the U., S. Fish and Wildlife service and state conser vation officials. e e THE PLAN'S first point was immediate formation of an American waterfowl institute, with rep resentatives from the American Wildlife institute, the Wildlife federation, the Fish and Wildlife Service. Ducks Unlimited, the Izaak Walton league, the Outdoor Writers association and other THIS interesting item appeared in the Kansas City Star: "Nebraska's Cornhuskers picked up - 100 yards on the ground in losing to Northwestern, but , failed to complete A pass" . . And here we've been thinking all the while that we played Minnesota last week The Kansas U. vtciory over Wichita was a squad present to Quarterback "Red" Hogan, who broke his right leg against Denver a week previous , . . Coach George Sauerand hit 55 - man squad voted unanimously to win the game for Red ... As if they wouldn't regard less V Willard Bunker, the Husker end, is studying to be a geologist He will then follow the steps of Jerry Kathol, the UN end coach who is an advanced geology student. . . The 220 - pound tackle, Carl Samuelson, served as part of an armed guard on a ship in the South Pacific cone during the war . . . Dick Thomp son, the 161 - pound watch charm charm quarterback, wajytoug enough to be a blocking bac for Jackson high during his prep days . . . Fullback Tom Novak; also lettered in basketball and baseball at South high in Omaha .. . They say when Tom used to dribble that ball down court, all objects moved out of his path . . . Husker linemen are hoping Duck Curran, the Iowa U. backfield speedster who spoiled the UN opener In 1942. has slowed down . . . Since tearing the Nebraska line apart that day, Duke has accumulated a wife and two kiddies . The Hawkeye season books sell for $11, one buck more toll than is asked for the Husker seasonal ... Dr. Eddie Anderson, the Iowa coach, was born in Mason City, la., in 1900 . He played end at Notre Dame from 1918 to 1921, received his medical degree from Rush Medical college of Chicago in 1929. ( (Continmmi from Page LB.) back with a threat that wasn't RtoDoed until Pat Rooney broke up Ted Grimes' pass to perrill Bart - ley on the goal line. NEBRASKA STARTED Its second touchdown drive from its own 21 ana wie mercn w sparked by Hputton's 21 - yard camner: a 16 yard thrust off tackle by Tom Novak and a Dick Thompson to Bob Schleiger pass that netted 12 yards and planted the pigskin on the Wildcats' 18. Thompson brought the fans io their feet with a sort of buttonhook reverse, engineered all by himself, that gained 18 valuable yards, putting the ball on the t - vard marker. Here again the MT paid dividends for Vacant! flipped a perfect nitchout to Bill Moomey and the York soeedster. the same lad who tallied against Minnesota last week, raced over from the nine. Tom Novak having lost a yara on the previous play. . Sporting a 13 - 0 halftime ad vantage, the Huskers lost little time sewing the game up for keeps in the third period when both Hutton and Jerry Moore coun tered. . Kearneys' Antelopes Seeking To Even Count With Wcsleyan THE VACANT! to Hulton 56 Kansas Jays Tally, Early, Edge Wichita LAWRENCE. Km. t. The Fazio in Lead At Ft. Worth yard pass, previously described. made the tally read 19 pointy for the Huskers with 14 minutes gone in the period. . Game Captain Fred Metheny was at the. neim late in we same period and his 37 yard flip to End Jack Pesck, the big wtngman from Ravenna, gave the Huskers a first down on the K - State 4. Biff Jack waa past the Wildcat safety and headed for home when Rollle Pence ran him down from behind. Jerry Moore blasted straight thro on the succeeding play. A break gave the Huskers their final scoring opportunity, Vic Jones fumbling on a fourth down nunt attempt with the Huskers taking possession on downs on the KS 26. Jim Myers, Bill Moomey and erry Moore did the bajl carry - ng on the grand nnaie wun Moore crossing from the three. OHMS BOWMAN Main Eveni Gene Bowman Emll Dusek ' Vj I groups interested in the wildfowl problem. Under the proposed plan, ine Institute would annually equip and send Into northern breeding grounds four or more competent wildfowl management observers. These would be technically 'equipped men with flying expe - ! rience. Qualified to work on tnetr town and with federal operatives ! similarly engaged. FORT WORTH, Tex. 0P) George Fazio of Los . Angeles wrested leadership in The Fort Worth $10,000 open golf tourna ment Saturday from amateur Frank Stranahan of Toledo after an uphill battle which found Fazio shooting a six - under - par 65 for a 54 - hole total of 201. Stranahan needed a three - un - der - oar 68 to remain ahead o the Callfornian and he came in with a 70 for a 202 total at the end of the third round. This left the youthful Toledoan In a tie for the runner - up spot wit Jim er rier of Chicago, who raced around the 6,350 - yard Glen Garden course in 66 Saturday. Trailing Stranahan and Terrier was JUod nammon oi v,nicugu. whose 70 Saturday left him with a 206 total. Two Texans Henry Ransom of Houston and Harry Todd of Dal lasfinished with 207 while ami teur Earl Stewart of Dallas trailed them with 208. Byron Nelson, the Denton, lex., farmer d lav in out of Toledo, shot his best round of the tournament a three - under - par 69 to give him a 209. , . BT JERRY LISKA. SOUTH BEND, Ind. (P). Notre Dame, eyeing national, football laurels, brushed aside an outclassed but game Pittsburgh eleven. 33 - 6. as sharpshooUrtg BY JIM MAY. At their homecoming: game next Saturday afternoon L on mim .how for an Irish home Charlie Foster's Kearney State Teachers college Anteiopes opcner of 50,368. will have a chance to even the count witn iseorasKa wes - Lutack. who completed 10 of Wan in a aeries chitlne back 32 Years tO 1911. 91 Mtici for a sain of 211 yards. VJ mmm pw - w m m S ST" "r 'w w. v w Since that time tne namsmen nave wun " cvcu "Itossed two touchdown passes ana dozen of 11 contests played whilel ! " " set up two other Irish tallies with the Antelopes have been on top in the remaining five. , . COACH W. G. KLINE'S cham pion Plainsmen opened the series with a decisive 39 to 7 victory in the first year, of World War I 1914u . : '. v In 1915 KUne'i Methodists eked out a 20 - 0 decision, and were again state college kings. . But the year saw uen Beck's Wesleyan club drub the Teachers 82 to 0 for their most decisive victory. , . The 1928 contest was another close one, Wesleyan coming out on top 7 to 6, and In 1934 the Plainsmen took a 14 to 9 decision. Bv 1935. however, the Antelopes were tired of staying on the short end and turned back George Far - Wa first year aggregation 20 - 9 rne lave uwikih smiad sained a 6 to 0 midseason . ... a .. V - tt ... 1 triumph, the last time xne riaum - men beat Kearney. ' mm In 1939. 1940. 1941 ana 1 WfMtlavan bowed to the Antelopes by scores of 27 - 2, 27 - 7, 32 - 0 and 33 to 6. - e e - .. - , IN 11 GAMES Wesleyan nas chalked up 184 points and Kear ney 152. , ' TriA came saturaay win oe mc two schools first meeting m - ine new Nebraska College comerence Woeivan'a first loop tul ana Kearney's fourth. The 11 - game record: T? Winner Scowl Year , Wlnntr liiU Wealeyan 3 - t'lM Kerney liftWttlya S - Oitsas Wwuyan U34 - WMMyu 14 - 01 141 Kearnty his needle - threading tossing. Halfback Terry . Brennan and fullback Jim Mello aeored two touchdowns each as the Irish slashed thru the wilting Panthers for a pair of scores each In the second and third periods and a single payoff in the fourth quar - In the final half, Irish man - ... a . m a . a .3 maae wjciw iwhw powered the Panthers. The tnira with a 14 - 7 victory over a sur - Notre Dame touchdown came citfi wttxina Wirhita univer - early In the third period when T..lll A J . 11 J sity Shocker eleven. I " B n Twr.nA hn took the hall in full stride on the Pitt five and EXTENDED THRfJOUT the rambled across. ... 1 1 I A CO niu4 m.wvli In 4 Via miith for a pair of touchdowns in the Notre Dame wag pnaed to its second .quarter oeiore yieicung a one yard stripe. Lujack cooiy i - nointer to Wichita's great Ne - passed from behind his goal line sextonta s f. sarstoS Atlantic City George D. Widener's Lucky Draw shattered another track standardmaking six new marks this year is the son of Jack High and Tatanne shouldered top weight ' of 120 pounds over tho mile and one - quarter distance in the $25,000 added Olympic handi cap, closing day feature of the 48 - day fall session at Atlantic City, A crowd of 16,868 paid a total mutuel handle of $1,302,128. Lucky Draw was a prohibitive favorite paying 12.50 for 2. Suffolk Downt The eleventh running of the $10,000 added Paul Revere handicap at Suffolk Downs produced one of the closest finishes of the current meeting when Robert S. Howard's Man O'Glory. the top weight of the field and the favorite In the wagering, got up to lead William G. Loew's Heliop - tic, by a small margin. KANSAS STATE'S , failure to cash in on their first scoring chance a few minutes, after play started gave the Huskers tho con fidence they needed to . hang in the game regardless" of the odds. Vacanti's fumble on a iourtn down punt attempt which gave the Wildcats possession on the Nebraska 24 gave Hobbs Adams' gang its first chance. But they got exactly nowhere, for with four downs to make a scant half yard, they ended up two yards back with the Nebraskans taking ever on downs. Some vicious line play by Vera Stiner and a helping hand by Vacantt did the business. Nebraska then politely offered their visitors another chance, for Long fumbled trying to punt and barely got the ball away to Bryan who paraded b a c k to the Huskers 14. - 1 HERE AGAIN the Nebraska forwards rose to ' the .occasion, the final period. William MlckUck, freshman guard, partially blocked Shocker Art Hodges punt to give Kansas the ball on their own 44 - yard line and from that point the Jayhawks scored their first touchdown in four plays. Bud French, freshman back, slipped thru right tackle and dashed 44 yards for the score. Don ram broiurh added the point from placement. . The Jayhawks stopped a strong Wichita threat later in the quar ter and marched 76 - yards lor their second and final marker. lPi.l1Kark JTranV Pntt who had 3 Zl contributed one gallop of 26 - yards 21 - 2 ir the drive, circled left end for i Bcort pass to Mello which put the Irish on the Pitt 29. Lujack sent Mello exploding thru the middle 29 yards for a touchdown and Earley again converted to give the Irish a 26 - 0 margin. The Irish rolled up a net rush ing gain of 257 yards to only 34 by the Panthers. Additional Sport On) Page 8 - B w Dine at SPENCER STEAK HOUSE rCQMPLETilYj asasj.fi I IJ VI J J.T VI Special Dinner$ Cora Fed ' STEAKS . ' Golden Brown FRIED CHICKEN Delicious - ROAST TURKEY You'll find all these deliriously prepared foods and many others on our menus seven days a week. ' For m Complete Meal or a , Sandwich commio STEAK HOUSE 142S South Si Opca (rwi U A. M. U 1:S A. M. A Special Announcement sa - o1 35 - yards on the payoff play. Fam l45KMirny sa - B Drougn again Kicsea me putuv : Ktmxmj 1S2, WUiyaB IS kmmw S. WMleyut a Total points hnldinff for downs on5 their own tar. Kannna State lust about gave up after that altho to tneir creaix they fought an me way. xucjr just couldn't pics: up yarua he werd needed. . Wll. that's tne story oi wj ill! A Kali m. Nebraska was Dnuiani m T " . , , . at times; spotty on occasion una downright poor early in we skir mish. wn ' we fuess almost every Husker did a good job in chalk ing up their first Big win and initial triumpn ox we - MM Ttni cleared the bench. 42 SUIb - Huskers seeing action while Hobbs Adams used 34 men. Tha aummary: Kumu Btat Vargon McNeil Barry Snyder Sexton and Hodges, a former Louisiana State freshman fullback. star, combined their efforts to pro - I duce the Wichita toucnaown witn three minutes of play remaining in the game. "Nithraaka IHtMn ?? Lorcnx !...... Q.huurt xlinTlf . .....ri... ........ v" mill. rt Hath Vacantt ...... o. HuUon , - r" Novak Jonum Kansaa BtaU ......... v. ..0 0 0 0 - 0 Nebraska . . . . . - t 51 Tnuohdowm: Hutton S. Moore (mib for Novak) 2, Moomey or Flcrer. Try for potel: Vacaatl. (Placement). 8ubaUUom: , Kaneaa State: Knde Rogers, Hit. Jleid, tnratner, ina;; tack lee Converse, Harman. Noyoe, Cew - j an; guard DeMare, Biasue. lean, omr - mer; oenter - - Couiey, Pence; ejuartarbaeWe Turner, Bandy; halfbacke Leaeo, Zele - 1 nak, Wright, Merrtmaa, Bart ley; tullbacke Kramer, Nutt. . Nihmkt: End Bunker. Manama. Klrlln, Peeek. Nyden. SchUiKer: tackle. I Bedlacek; guard Devlney, Manning, Ja - 1 eupke v Ltppe, Lelk, Wilklne; centete Evane, Thomeon, Taylor; quarterback - - ! u.tk.it i cam eantaln). Thompaon; naif i baefca - Lang, . Moomey, Myers, Adama, Rooney, Story; fullbacks Moore, Collopy. Officials: Referee, Bat Shunatona, Oklahoma; umpire, Grady Skltyern, Okla homa; linesman, boo aimer , ' field Judne, jacK wortn, jtimntann nr. ' . t ' - on , SAILOR 6 LASSIE . va, 1 . 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