The Lincoln Star from Lincoln, Nebraska on October 15, 1961 · Page 34
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The Lincoln Star from Lincoln, Nebraska · Page 34

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Ross out of bounds, ref is out. - Passing Ruins Great Running By Dick Becker With Its great ground attack betrayed by errant and untimely passes, Nebraska went down to its first defeat of the season Saturday, hammered into submission by powerful Syracuse, 28 - 6 before 36,000 fans at Memorial Stadium. Sparked by a brilliant display of running by Bill (Thunder) Thornton, the Cornhuskers fought fiercely to protect their record. But Syracuse wouldn't be stopped. Three times Nebraska put the Orange Continued on Page 5D, Col. 7. Ross Reverse Creates Havoc On And There were many highlights during the loop - the - looprun turned in Dy Nebraska's Willie Ross in the second quarter. While Rossr, minus one shoe, was weaving all over the field, a Syracuse lineman was crunched by a block and dropped. An of - laying Field ficial, Wayne, Cooley bf Des Moines was painfully injured as Ross was finally stopped near the NU bench. A Husker student - trainer almost flew over the NU Before play resumed, the Syracuse gridder was taken from the game for a brief rest, the official was treated for a neck injury and a Lincoln policeman re bench to get out of the way. turned the trainer's shoe, In the process ne lost his foot intact. shoe and inside It part of his wooden ,leg. Thompson Paces Arizona Triumnl Portland, Ore. (Halfback Bobby Thompson broke open a scoreless battle by returning a punt 75 yards to a touchdown, and started Arizona to a 15 - 6 victory over Oregon Saturday night. The run came midway of the third quarter... . Besides Thompson's jun, Arizona's offense consisted of only two other plays, both set up by the defense. ; End Larry Williams of Dykes Signs Braves Pact Milwaukee () Jimmie Dykes, veteran major league manaeer. was signed by the Milwaukee Braves Saturday as a coach. Braved president John Mc Hale announced the hiring of the 64 - vear - old former Cleve land skipper as a member of .Tebbetts' staff. Dykes fills a coaching vacancy left by the resignation of George Myatt. Dvkes was fired as 'Cleve land manager on the last day M the 1961 American League season. His club finished 5th, Arizona grabbed a fumble by Oregon quarterback Ron Veres on the Oregon 19 early in tfye 4th quarter, and on the next play filtered into the end zone and made a leaping catch of a touchdown pass thrown by quarterback Eddie Wilson. Arizona's other score was a safety, just before the final gun, when the Arizona line trapped Oregon quarterback Doug Post in his end zone. Oregon was, able to punch over a - score with 1:43 min utes left in the game. Artxona ,,.. 1 - Oregon t Arizona Thompson 75 punt mora iwu All lrik1. Arizona Williams 19 pass from Wil ton (kirk failed). Orotrnn Haiti 2 run (Dass failed). A reizona - Safety (Port tackled in tad zone;. Jonathan Disqualified Omaha UB Don Leo Jona than was disqualified Satur day night in a professional wrestling match with Bill Melhv. , He overstayed the 10 - second count to wrangle witn a spec tator. Melby was awarded , two out of 3 falls. Cooley, who is secretary of the Iowa Girls Athletic Union, said after the game a cup he good - natureaiy wouldn't blame either team upended him. . , "I got hit across the leg and it knocked my feet in the air," he said. "I whipped over and hit my head on the ground." The officiating team was - reduced to 3 men Referee Cliff Ogden, Umpire John Henripn and Judge Henry Hormel when Cooley was carried off the field on a stretcher. . Linesman John Lloyd left the field in the first quarter because of food poisoning. , 'l was sick all morning," Lloyd said after the game. And I got sick on the field and had to leave." Both first half casualties were back In action for the entire second half. - Ironically, one of the 3 remaining officials didn't know about Cooley getting injured. At the half a newsman asked how it worked with just 3 and he said, "We had 4, Lloyd got sick." Informed that Cooley had been carried off the field, he said, "You're kidding, I didn't know that. But I thought I was doing more running than ever before." Big 8 rules have called for 5 officials the past two years. Prior to that, 4 officials worked the games. Willie The Twister twists out of his shoe. Back Judge Wayne Cooley hurt on same play. Arkansas Aerials Spell Upset for Baylor, 23 - 13 Waco. Tex. The Univer sity of Arkansas, behind the bullseye; passing of George McKinney and Billy Moore, upset Baylor's Golden Bears 23 - 13 in a crucial Southwest Conference football game Sat urday night. The victory, third In 4 games for the spirited Razor - backs and their second in Conference play, sent the defending champions into the undisputed league lead. Arkansas moved into a IB - point lead over the previously unbeaten Bears in the first half with the magic toe of Mickey Cissell accounting for the first 3 points on a 25 - yard field goal. v The fighting Hogs struck for 6 points early in the second quarter when McKinney drove the squad 49 yards and hit Paul Dudley with - a 3 - yard touchdown pass. .V.. - Barlar - M Ark FG Ciasetl 25 Ark Dudley 3 paaa from McKinney (Ciaacll kick) Ark Alworth 32 paas from Moon (kick failed) Hay Lane 11 paaa from Stanley Cpaas failed) Bay Lane 20 past from Fly (Choata kick) Ark Collier 4 pam from Moor (Cla - aeU kick) Attendance: 34.000 Baylor Arkaaaaa Firs down 10 IS Ruling yardage .... 27 Pasaing yardage .... 138 M Faasea , 13 - 21 $ - 10 Paaaee intercepted by 8 9 Punta ,......7 - a B44 Fumbles loet ........ Yarda penalized ...... SI 49 !iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinimnmnn!i(imiiiiiii!iiiiimiii: I Sports Slate Sunday Local Midget FootbaU - At Pius X, 60th & A, Robert's v. Police, 1 p.m.; Elks v. Ex ecs, 2:15 p.m.; Leons v. lions, 3:30 p.m. Skeet ShootLincoln Gun Club, 9 a.m. Auto Racing Stock Cars, Capitol Beach, 3:30 p.m. Auto Show Fairgrounds Coliseum, 10 a.m. National Football Dallas v. Buffalo; TV - 7, 1 p.m.; Baltimore v. Chicago, TV - 3 - 6 - 10, 12 noon. Monday Local No events scheduled. Texas Tech Surprises i Texas Christian, 10 - 0 Lubbock. Tex. (ft - Texas Tech's Red Raiders stunned a Dad's Day crowd of 25,500 Saturday night by sounoiy whipping favored Texas Christian, 10 - 0. Coach J. T. King's Raiders, winless in 3 previous starts this season, carried the bat tle to the heavier Frogs all the way. Frustrated in the first half bv fumbles. Tech finally cracked the scoring column early in the 3rd per iod. Then the Raiders nauea down the decision with a 23 - yard field goal in the 4th quarter. TCU, favored by 14 points, never seriously threatened. The 'Frogs deepest 1 pene tration carried only to the Tech 43 as the spirited Raiders completely bottled TCU quarterback Sonny uidds, Southwest conference individ ual offensive leader. Led by a quick - hitting line. Tech's offense clicked with remarkable ease. Backs Col - lidge Hunt, Bake Turner, and David Rankin alternated ai shredding the TCU defenses with powerful ground smashes. Tecfc ' jClj .,,.,.., Tec ft Hunt t ran (Daniela kick) v. Teoa FG Daniel. t,xmT, Flrtt Down XI Ruahinc Yardage 127 17 paaatng Yardage ....... 13 W Passe ;. 4 fsr , Fumbleg Loat Yards Pena.'umi w

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