The Lincoln Star from Lincoln, Nebraska on November 24, 1946 · Page 15
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The Lincoln Star from Lincoln, Nebraska · Page 15

Lincoln, Nebraska
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Sunday, November 24, 1946
Page 15
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staff Wirephotos of Sooner Win over Huskers m i^KER DEFENSE TRAPS GOLDING—A swarm of Nebraska ta cklers moves in to stop fleet Joe Golding, the conference’s leading OKLAHOMA DRAWS FIRST BLOOD—The Sooners’ Eddy Davis plowed 21 yards on a zig-zag path thru the Husker line for the Okie- ground gainer, in the first period of the Sooner-Scarlet struggle.homans’ first touchdown in the opening period. HI TTON GAINS 16 YARDS—Dick Hutton, Nebraska back, broke away for a 10 yard gain on this first quarter play in the Oklahoma-Nebraska Big Six encounter, but the Scarlet was guilty of holding and the gain was nullified. (Staff Photo by AP Wirephoto.) \ COLLOPY INTO THE LINE—Jack Collopy plows into the Oklahoma line for a two yard gain from his own 30 in the last period as COLLOPY PICKS LP NINE YARDS—Frank Collopy hammered from his own 23 to the Scarlet 32 in this tjiird quarter rush. The the Huskers tried unsuccessfully to overcome a Sooner margin. The fancy tackier is Heape of Oklahoma. Scottsbluff back broke thru left tackle for the nine yard gain and a first down. BLOCKED INTO TACKLE—Jim Tyree, Oklahoma end, was blocked right into the path of Dick Hutton in this third period FISCHER DRIVES 16 YARDS—Cletus Fischer takes the ball from his own 45 to drive 16 yards to the Oklahoma 39 in the third play. Tyree made the tackle after Hutton picked up three yards from his own 40. The St Edward ball carrier was hit simultaneously by Oklahoma’s Davis and two wailing Sooners.

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