The Lincoln Star from Lincoln, Nebraska on September 18, 1955 · Page 13
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- , . - " . ' J ' - : . " " t - , , ,' . ;5 . - J., " ' " i ' ! ', " ' ' ".'' - ' Hawaii 9s Skippy Dyer Opens Game With Lesson In Running r ; lUwtli't Skippy Dm Ukn prninc klrk - off, (1) ihlfli to left (t), nadn NU Urklrrt (), rani toward Nt"i Grwnltw (4), nd la trabbed (S), but not atopped. Rainbows Bring Pot of Bobbles and Fumbles for Huskers Ik. $rfmJ SJ ' - M 1 J: f4. Ti i M ii - i , illlalY III S. . . .. . Wtr. i T 51 ?2 'i1 1. tdkkw iiJa' Nebraska Football Pictures By Sfi Photographers Ralph Fox Bob Gorham Frank O'Neill 3 Individual Statistics : srd - 1 SV Greenlaw (B): HU'lHHfi. if il" Frf ;renlw ........ Fivhcr ......... Edward . H arm .......... Ofra JnhfWitt ..' Browa ......... Kttnaa Net ard Wr Ttmca Carried Gained Carry t 55 11 VI 4 ? 2 4 1 1 ? 7 4 ft 22 J 4 4 a I A Dyer squirms free of Greenlaw and shifts. IU J Kawawaki ' J "1 111 1 ' wmmmmm ixr1 W - a. a aZ vja U 'MA. k - 1" ,vdi r,4 vi 'Saj pMataafl Att. Com?. VH. Krwtv 3 2j ) - larhmaa SI 7 Harm 10 0 Johnson 1 1 1 lorecsJa 2 1 11 No. YcH. McWiHim 2 24 Harm 1 7 FitctMf ....... S 31 Ave. &1 41 No. Fra ? HantiatM I HAWAII - ' ' ........ Ruahlac ' " Yarr1 Net Time Carried Gamed N'aal Kawawaki Frvitaa China Stothera Tartar The kick for extra point was no good but It wasn't because any Huskers were blocking It. Kacata Chock Vcoka Kawawaki Carry t.1 T - T 14 ? 4t 16 17 j ja v r tlHSB SW I 1 SSadVrt k Am 4 4f 12.S H - Faaain aa. - T - . A. , Ma - I rmaUaaT 1 3 No. 4 Yd. Ava, 32 Grid Scores Coe College Batters r.l - ir R9niU. 33.12 1 ' I COLLEGE. MONMOUTH, IU. UP Coe Col - 1 rnMnb. t iMinii y s Ilusker McWilliams touches him in vain. jawwr.1 PASS DEFENSE Here's the way Nebraska and Hawaii looked on at least two occasions in the pass defense department. Jon McWilliams (circled 4n - iset) caught this one for the Huskers but was im mediately smothered by Rainbow defenders. In the other picture, Hawaii's Fred Nagata missed the pass but Nebraska defenders were not close enough to give him much trouble. Grinnell Blanked By St. Olaf, 31 - 0 NORTHFIELD, Minn. (ITWt. Ut,,,w;,iii,ji,'V;: Olaf opened its Midwest Confer - i aVi.4 m ". ence season Saturday by powering . . j n : j t u i iaaa ntai rtaairaiat w ge OX truar xvapius, wwi, wo - MaMd.dB, to Wat Ylmaia Tack. 14 toravl l nnmniith 33 - 12 S&turda in HlawfMM. W . a S3 Morria wm ..,.w.....wi . - rf - . m . .. ... . ' , m the Midwest Conference football iiaiitt Mat Wartbar t .1 V . ai r.akrai him. a opener. i B - Il hv t Coe quarterback Elliott Day a vnp.. - u cwra unr ww - huuwu u iui. (rta.,a s , . IinIUm htt Tear. Uia n.tcino ruinfoH fitrartiv frw t rtii laka S7 HaanUwt ft . staaford 3:1 Cafes of I'acific 14 another and set up tne winners i nnn, t Farneiii , 1 - v. - - 1 nniitij mil 49 iaacefr w fullback, scored twice on short HgJzj DlUneeS. I T ti. a .. Alahaana A aad M w 1 a. n. a ... . i . akktaatoa T , . lUk a MitwBt 2 Oaoraia IS r M 7 . ....... artk i 'arotina Mat l irWet S4 , awweU. Iowa St H cat 1 kaattr, ra.. Teaclwra t ICaxt Carol haa . . .rtaaMil KlarMa Htat 7 . . Xa. Caroliaa Kiata Watford 7 Kaia T Htal S .Aaatkl Faabody U i. - aVaV.. . - - . mmm 11 .a ia d tO 34 - 0 Win Over Grinnell. Hie,. PkM. Wte. lS .Mickiaaa Tack TV1 - 1 rtlM aimnwt r.rinnll dnlrl I r 1 keatarky 7 in the first half, holding the visi - it ikriwia 47 k. u tors to minus 10 yards and allow - rj - TssT,cfc !?T!!Thfct22 ? Haaoe lfiawra ft ICloa ft 1 v - ie 1 tiaraiaMmaMHaa t .. Hior s.i SCVUIIU IIU. 1 VJrVr.aa KLata C Sana Umwtmj. 9 druui 22 . . . , . . VI tlatiastaa. Okka, Itt If 15 n 11 ,1 J ArtoM HUM t. Wichita tt llllSkleA ISeat IlahO aakaadl UM IS.. Colorado Hiata . - . I Williaai Jawtll. Mo., X .Ottawa. Kaa. IS I 61 tier Fnmtilpfi - Hl I a tatt 4 . in nra firer Hnurnc Rut (Trinnoll Halt S revived for nine first downs in the j Mitw Hooikera at VV. I . of Coraaja Ckriati t (Tjp) The 1 SEATTLE, Wash. TTnivprsitv trf Washington eked out w. Va. fttat 14 a 14 - 7 victory over scrappy Idaho j taw Keotacky Toted RarnrvUw 4n a Parifif Cnas Cnn. A Karikaai, lad. w - . - . ... - i Auatia tolieaa i . ... . . w mwwHmfwn ia. ......... Takr. lad. fereoce football game fouled - up by fumbles and fistfights. bobbled the ball 11 times, once f :!fJLu u more than Oregon oxz against Washington State College in 1952. aaaaaaaaaaaaMimar aMaflaaaaBl aaaaaaataaiaaaMaMaMMMamMaMaMaijaaLiaiJM ,w .. ..w, . - u - w , - :Sti - 4a6o. ..sv.v .m...., - ,. - . I Hi i j jjyi isl ' ' " IS i gtrlr"? Tift ' ' i a laUL&iUaFtt iTa v 11 1 1 w aitf3cT - Hoatkaaatcea DoraaW. Ok La. ft Akileaa Ckrtatlaa 14 Triattv IX Noatkaattf Mo. (H. 7 . Hoalkera III. ft An AtimiitH 24 500 fans S&W ?ir B ardiaakt N ' I lima Htmf Ttaram a HaitlaM Washington set a nev conference to eotrai s hi. joeaa of lad. 14 record for fumbles as the Huskies ESK.2 teen 4 .. ' i - Z; XZ "7 Milwaakea Stale IS l. Mlaea.Xtt STATE HIGH HI HIMll.H Fainaoat i Dorrbentee IS Alesaadrta 3 ......... Kraaiaa ft Bellwood Marietta M .......... Creatoa (takkoak 7 lmoerlal f wioa 3 I'llact ft Weeftlav Water St ........ Pan Prep HatkerlaiMl Lodaeoola ft ledar Hloffa It .......... Paoiilioa 0 W a arty IS Nortk Bead PRO FOOTBALL Ottawa tT Toroato It Moa treat SS .HaaiUtoa SO i - x, . a ' - .v. ': i.v.' Eau Claire College Clips Oshkosh, 21 - 0 OSHKOSH, Wis. (UP) - Eau Claire State College beat Oshkosh 21 - 0 Saturday night. Quarterback Jim Bollinger made the first touchdown in the opening quarter on a nine - yard run. Bob Hessler scored the second marker in the same period on a 25 - yard run after he recovered a blocked kick. It Hawaii's Dick Ueoka stretches for (right picture) and take (left picture) a pass that was good for SO yards. 105 Yards for TD . GAINESVILLE, Fla. (INS) Jackie Simpson's two long touch down runs one for over 100 yards sparked Florida's Alii gators to a 20 to 14 victory Satur day over Mississippi State. Simpson intercepted a Mississip pi State pass behind bis own goal line to race 105 yards for one touchdown and sprinted 46 yards foftf another. Outranked Qemson Blanks Presbyterian CLEMSON, S.C. Clemson's football Tigers opened their season with a 33 - 0 victory over Presbyterian Saturday night in a game that saw the visitors hold the Atlantic Coast Conference team scoreless in the second and third quarters. Frank Howard, beginning h i s 16th year as Clemson head coach, saw his team outrushed, 169 yards to 159, as the defense did not show the same sharp edge that last year won for Clemson the No. 4 spot in the nation in ground defense. Five players scored the touch downs, three in the first quarter and two in the last six minutes of the final period before a crowd of 16,000. Stamps Readied For Fall Hunters The new upland game bird stamp is now on sale at all permit vendors in Nebraska, the State Game Commission announced Saturday. Price of the stamp is one dollar. The stamp, required by law, must be attached to hunting per mits and signed by any hunter who is hunting quail or pheasants. All money collected from the sale of the upland game bird stamps will be spent on restoration and propagation of pheasants and quail, the commission said, Ripon Slips Past Knox College, 20 - 13 GALESBURG, IU. Quarter back Pete Mattiacci tossed three touchdown passes Saturday to lead Ripon to a 20 - 13 Midwest Con ference football victory ever Knox. Mattiacci connected on scoring aerials of 35 and 30 yards to Bruno Daetz and 32 yards to Ulysses Doss. Mondo Lopez, sophomore full back from Kewanee, III., scored both of Knox' touchdowns on line plunges. , Tulane Smashes VMI NEW ORLEANS Iff) Gene New ton, a deft 165 - pound sophomore quarterback, injected fire Into a sagging Tulane offense Saturday, passing for a. first - quarter touch down and guiding two scoring drives in the third for a 20 - 7 vie tory over Virginia Military Insti tute. He spearheaded a 61 - yard scoring drive late in the first quarter, set ting up long runs by fullback Ronnie Quiilian with his faking, and capped the drive with a 31 - yard scoring pass to sophomore half back Al Cottrell, v - m vaw v. saH jt .dF. iikw t m a a t & m ian . laa iaiiiwa laii 11 mrK. v. o m wt w " - xv.vr.v - a . Free again, Dyer cuts across the field. hmkjkm. j - , f - tJ He picks up a couple of Rainbow blockers. VSSKhSS3mSi WH KU Bmhenw (E)l 4 01 - eSp MJ Greenlaw (B) f At last Husker tacklers move in again. AnA havs him tola time, Out after it - Fa f

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