The Lincoln Star from Lincoln, Nebraska on October 20, 1963 · Page 37
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Lincoln, Nebraska
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Sunday, October 20, 1963
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iiiiiiiaitMiii 40 i,icoij srMHv Interceptions Continued from Page ID out to their own 23 from where Rudy Johnson bulled for 12 and Duda then hit Tonv Jeter with an 11 - yard pass that put the bail at the Husker 46. Johnson came back with a 16 - yard burst and Ross. Hohn and Young then moved the pigskin to the Kansas State seven. Duda then took things into his own hands and swept left end for his first TD as a Husker. Johnson's kick for the PAT was blocked. After the Huskers saw another drive fizzle moments later, they turned the K - State passing attack to an NU advantage. With the NU secondary covering his receivers, Nebraska's line threw Corrigan for a six - yard loss to his own 23. Corrigan again went back to pass, but was confronted by a monster in a scarlet and cream uniform named Monte Kiffin. giiiiiiimimiiiiiiiimifiniiM No I 2 Here . . . And Yale Hit, 13 - 10 Ithica, N.Y. (X) Pete Gogolak, a Hungarian - b o r n soccer style kicker, booted a 33 - yard field goal with 45 seconds remaining to give Cornell its first Ivy League victory of the season, 13 - 10 over Yale Saturday. PRACTICE SHOOT Everybody Welcome 1:20 P.M. Sunday, Oct. 20 ' Poultry I Smoked Meat SHELLS FOR SALE SALT VALLEY GUN CLUB I Miles North f "0"St. , letweei 14thnd27tkSf. ' Grechut - K jot imr, ad star iiiiiiiiniiimwiiMiiiiiiiiiiir Stopping comes Maynard Smidt, Smidt goes over the top for NEBRASKA Rushing Player Atts Net Hohn 4 24 Johnson 9 59 Ross 11 V3 McCloughan 3 22 Duda 7 47 Smidt 4 9 Young ...10 72 Vactor 2 23 McNulty 4 24 Paschall 1 4 Thiesen 1 2 Tucker ,1 7 Passing Player Att Comp Yds Duda 13 3 31 Tucker 2 2 66 Pass Receiving Player Caught Yds Jeter ; 2 19 Vactor 1 12 Theisen 1 - 37 Doepke ..,1 29 Punting Plaver Na YA Av I Claridgt .......... 4 111 28.5 Orfofwr 20, 196.1 Account for 2 Nebraska Kiffin deflected Corrigan's aerial and Ron Michka picked it off in the air at the Kansas State 21. When the Husker center and linebacker reached the end zone, Nebraska had a 12 - 0 lead with 6:43 left in the first half. Duda ran for the extra point to make it 14 - 0. Another key Husker pass interception came moments later when Vactor out - scrambled Spencer Puis, a native of Hoi - drege, Neb., but now playing for the Wildcats, for the ball at the Nebraska 10. Momentary Halt H o w e v e r, the interception stopped a Kansas State bid only momentarily because two plays later Duda fumbled and Bob Sjogren recovered for Kansas State at the NU 33. The Wildcats had only 43 seconds to get on the scoreboard in the first This Husker right at the Wildcats and you two yards and fourth Nebraska TD. t KANSAS STATE Rushing Player Att. Cottle 5 Corrigan n Crenshaw 2 Dusenbury 4 Barlow 5 Cook 1 J. Condit 2 L, Condit 1 Net 14 40 2 8 13 5 5 5 Passing Player Att Comp Yds. Corrigan 32 16 174 Dusenbury l 1 15 Pass Receivers Player Caught Yds ' McFillen Puis .... 6 4 1 2 50 42 0 38 19 40 Cook Matan L. Condit ..'.,......,,. 1 J. Condit 3 Punting No Yds Avg 8 336 42.0 Player Dusenbury half and they did it with three seconds to spare. Corrigan threw two incomplete passes, but then hit Larry Condit with a 20 - yarder at the 13. A Corrigan to Ralph McFillen pass put the ball on the Husker 7 and another pass featuring the same combination got the TD with three seconds left In the half. The Wildcats were then shut off for the day, driving into Nebraska territory only once in the second half. But this time the stout Husker forward wall dumped Corrigan for two straight five - yard losses after K - State had reached the NU 20. . - But the Huskers still had some scoring in mind for the second half and they didn't wait long to get started. Kansas State had run only two plays af . . Namath Leads Crimson Tide Statistics Tens Alabamp First clowns Rushing yardage Passing yardage Passes Passes intercepted by Punts Fumbles lost Yards penaliexd . 1" 18 98 195 50 141 S - 17 11 - 19 0 X I i - W.S 1 Birmingham, Ala. Alabama used the passing arm of Joe Namath and a crush - ing defense Saturday to smash hapless Tennessee, 35 - 0, in a Southeastern Conference football game. Namath passed for three touchdowns and ran for another in his best performance of the season. Tennessee 0 9 0 ft ft Alabama 14 7 14 0 - 31 A a Nelson 36 run (Davis kick) Ala Dill 26 pass, from Namath (DaviJ kick) Ala - Stephens j pass from Namath (Davis kick) Al Harrlg pass from Namath (kick tailed) Ala Namath 1 run (Nelson pasg from Namath) Weaver Just Added Double Pass Tricky Play 4For Crowd' By LEO SCHERER Manhattan, Kan There was nothing but respect for Nebraska in the den of the K - State Wildcats after losing to the Huskers by 28 - 6. Kansas State head coach Doug Weaver, a friendly fellow who answers questions directly, called Nebraska "an excellent football team which did everything well." Weaver also had praise for his fighting Wildcats by saying, 4,we also played a fine football game but we needed everything going smoother for us today to beat Nebraska." When asked to compare Nebraska with Missouri, Weaver said, "I don't compare teams. I don't think it is fair to the players or the coaches." However, Weaver summarized the hard fought game with these comments: The Lineups Kansas State Left End McFillen, Black - well, Mehner, Holm Left Tackle Branson, Winfrey, Cairl Left Borre Guard King, Becker, Center Penrod Cooper, Woodward, Right Guard Martin, Klawiter Mitts7 Right Tackle Provenzano, Jones, Riggs , Right End Puis, Matan, Nichols, Krebs Quarterback Corrigan. Gre - chus. Danieley, Abuchon Left Half Dusenbury, Sjogren, L. Condit, Christensen Right Half - J. Condit, Cook. Barlow Fullback Pankratz, C r e n - shaw, Cottle Nebraska Left End Tomlinson, . White, Haug Left Tackle Jones, Kramer, Strohmeyer Left Guard Kirby, Dervin, Kennedy . Center Michka, Sittler, Barnes Right Guard Brown, Drum, McGinn Right Tackle Kiffin, Voss, Griesse Right End Callahan, Doepke, Jeter Quarterback McCloughan, Duda, Claridge, Tucker. Woods Left Half Ross, Smidt, Theisen Right Half Hohn, Vactor, Paschell Fuff back Johnson, B. Smith, Young, McNulty NU Harriers Drop Decision To K - St., 25 - 34 Manhattan, Kan. Nebraska won two of the first three places, but dropped a 25 - 34 cross country decision to Kansas State here Saturday morning. Nebraska's Larry Toothack - er and Peter Scott followed K - State's Wilfred Lehman across the finish line. Lehman was clocked in 15:46 with Toothacker timed at 15:51.5 and Scott coming in with 16:01. The finish: 1. Wilfred Lehman, KSU. 15:46; 1 Larry Toothacket, N, 19:51.5: 3. Peter Scott, NU. 16:02; 4. Richard Gillaspie, KSU, 1S - .1S.5; 5. WiUam Dutton. KSU. 16:21.5; 6. Stewart Tucker, NU, 16:27; 7. David Tugfle KSU, 16:34; S. Kenneth Francis, KSU, 16:43; 9. James Kientz, KSU. 16:57.5; 10. John Baile. KSU. 17:07.5: 11. Jim Wendt. NU, 17:32; 12. GU Gebo, NU 18:41; 13. Tucker Lillts, NU. 18:5L O - P - E - N BOWLING Week Days 9 A.M. 'till 6 P.M. Sat. 9 A.M. 'till Midnight 'Sun. 9 A.M. 'till 6 P.M. HOLLYWOOD , BOWL No.4$TH ter taking the second half kickoff when Tomlinson wrapped his hands around a Corrigan pass at the K - State 34 and raced into the end zone with the waylaid aerial. Duda passed to McC oughan for a two - point conversion to give the Huskers a 22 - 6 edge with 13:22 left in the third quarter. Bunching all the scoring into the middle two quarters, Nebraska scored again with 5:19 left in the third stanza on a 74 - yard drive, Duda directed the drive, staying solely on the ground except for a pass completion to Ross that was nullified by an ineligible receiver do wnfield. Long Gainers The Huskers ground out the 74 yards in huge chunks with Ross going for 28, Mc - Cloughan galloping for 14, Duda adding 12 The strong rush by Nebraska lines was a big factor in the Wildcat defeat. He (Weaver) has nothing but admiration for his team which was greatly outweighed by the Huskers who played well. Nebraska didn't do anything that K - State hadn't expected but the Wildcat pass protection "broke down" some in the second quarter. Nebraska has everything in its offense and a good passing attack. "Their line was hard for us to hold out." Maryland's Comeback Stuns Falcons, 21 - 14 Statistic Aim FORCE MARYLAND First Downs 14 It Rushing yards 140 177 Passing yardaw 111 . 311 Passes tl 17 - 33 Passes intercepted by O 1 Punts " S - 3 S - 33.3 Fumbles lost Yard penalised j j 55 30 College Park, Md. (UPI) Maryland upset the Air Force, 21 - 14 Saturday on a 36 - yard touchdown pass from Dick Shiner to flanker Darryl Hill in the last two seconds of play. The electrifying play, giving the underdog Terps their first victory of the season, climaxed a second half rally during which Maryland com - Texas Aggies, Favored TCU Play 14 - 14 Tie Fort Worth, Tex. MV - Texas A&M's aggressive Cadets doused two late Texas Christian thrusts Saturday and tied the highly - favored Horned Frogs' ootball team 14 - 14. TCU twice drove within striking distance in the final seven minutes but a futile 43 - yard field goal by Jimmy Mc - Ateer ended one march and quarterback Jim Keller intercepted a pass to kill the second threat. Texas A4M 14 0 0 - 14 TCU 7 0 0 714 TCU Smith 14 pass from Mills (Mc - Ateer kick) AltM Rocers 1 run (Lee kick) A M - Ward 17 run wtth blocked kick (Lee kick) TCU - Mills 1 run (McAteer kick) Attendance 37.372 Special Shoiv Goes Sky - High Manhattan, Kan. If K - State had a c a r d section show planned for halftime, it went into the sky after the Wildcats scored their first touchdown. K - State students threw the colored cards into the air and continued the toss'ng for several minutes. The KState band put on a show at halftime but without any card section show which is a usual display at home games. , OPEN BOWLING EVERY DAY 40 Per Line At All Times V B0WL - M0R LANES 302 . South 9th 1 ouchaownsi KState wasn't strong enough to run against Nebraska and had to use the air lanes. When asked to comment on the successful K - State double pass play In the third quarter that was called Illegal by the officials, Weaver said, "it was just like a long out In baseball. It was a judgment call by the official." When asked if K - State had ever used the double pass play before, Weaver said with a smile," this is the first time. We added it for the Parents Day crowd." Spencer Puis, quick Wildcat halfback from H o 1 d - rege, also had kind words for Nebraska. "They have a big line and powerful backs," said Puis, who caught four passes. "I was especially pletely outplayed the Falcons, who had jumped off to a 14 - 0 halftime lead. The winning points came after Maryland battled back to a 14 - 14 tie and then got the ball on halfback Ernie Ariz - zi's interception of Terry Isaacson's pass on the Terps' 38 with 55 seconds to go. Shiner hit Hill with a perfect pass on the Air Force 28 and three plays later, with the clock running out, rifled one down the middle to Hill again, the speedster catching it on the two and diving over. Howard Humphries' meaningless conversion was kicked five minutes later after officials cleared the Held of Maryland fans. Maryland Air Force Maryland .... AF Ciamota 10 14 014 0 0 0 IS U (Hoiaday kick) AF Greenlee 10 pi from laa (ttoiaaay Kick) MD Hill pass from Shiner (pas failed MD - CMaveriiu 1 piunce (Burton pass from Shiner) MD Hill M pans from Shiner (Carney kick) Attendance 31400. Concordia's Win String Snapped Colorado Springs, Colo. Colorado College spoiled Concordia of Nebraska's unbeaten record 13 - 0 with a pair of touchdowns in the last quarter of ther game here Saturdays The Coloradoans handed the Nebraskans their first loss in six games. In the second quarter, Concordia reached the Colorado College one and on another attempt the five, but both drives failed. Concordia Colorado College 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1313 CC Miko Mestok on run steva (Sa - bol kick) CC Lee Muller 11 pan from Cubby Welch (kick failed) . Big Ten WIT Pet Pts Opp Wisconsin 1 0 0 1.000 48 27 Illinois ... 2 0 1 .833 46 35 Michigan State ...... 1 0 1 .750 27 10 Ohio State 1 0 1 .750 41 20 Northwestern 1 1 0 .087 58 39 Iowa 1 1 0 .500 44 36 Purdue 1 1 0 .900 43 50 Michigan , 0 1 1 .250 19 30 Minnesota t t .000 4 SI Indiana t 4 t .000 SO 112 saw. jBBL - - BABBBnsi.SBrBvaBMSBnr POSITIVELY 8200 Shop 1 to 9 p.m. and Young bucking his way for 16. Smldt ; put the tally in the book with a two - yard, plunge. He had gone in on the play replacing Ross, who had been stopped just short , on the previous play. Johnson's kick for the PAT was agauT'j blocked, but the scoring and the game was ' 1 over for all practical purposes as the public ' address system soothed K - State's wounded feelings somewhat with an announcement that the Wildcat cross country team had" beaten the Huskers earlier in the day. Nebraska will take Us 4 - 1 record ant 2 - 0 conference mark into its Homecoming,,., fray Saturday against Colorado. Kansas State, loser of 24 straight Big Eight games now, faces another tough as - signment next Saturday when Oklahoma in - - vades for the Wildcats homecoming. Impressed with the way, i t meir DacKs ran." Several . Holdrege citi ill zens, Including Pull' form" er high school coacti, Jef Kelfer, came to the Wild - ' cat dressing room after ttor game to visit with Puis. Willis Crenshaw, veteran K - State fullback, added. "Nebraska has lots of taV ' ent. That Willie Ross is 4 really great." Weaver said he felt the!,,: four interceptions by Nebraska were a key turning " point in the game. "We tried every gamble in an attempt to win," said Weaver, "we surely wouldn't have done any " thing different." Weaver praised the play, of the K - State interior line and singled out end Ralph McFillen who scored t h e v Wildcat touchdown and Bob.. Sjogren, junior K - Stat halfback, for special praise. . Stednitz' TD Runs Up Midlaria Orange City, Iowa (UPI) Fullback Larry Stednitz scored two fourth period touchdowns Saturday as Mid land College of Fremont cam from behind to whip Northwestern of Iowa, 27 - 14, in the Iowa team's homecoming. The Nebraskans twice took the lead before the Red Raid - ers pulled to a 14 - 13 lead In the third period only to ta - before the late Midland onslaught. The win gave Midland a 4 - 1 - 1 overall and 3 - 0 - 1 Tri - State Conference record, whie . Northwestern fell to a 1 - 3 loop I. and a 2 - 1 season mark. Midland 7 0 0 14 17 Northwesters 0 1 1, 0 - l4 Mid Allen 1 run (Green kick) Nor Smith 20 run (Korver kick) Mid - Allen run (kick tailed) Nor Smith 3 run (Korver kick) MM StedniU 27 ma (Davis kick) Mid tUedniU 1 run (Davis kick) I t.l ItlMkl Ducks Triumph Tucson, Arix. U!) OregonV - flashy Ducks completely out classed Arizona Saturday to post an easy 28 - 12 non - conier - ence victory before 16,000 persons at Varsity Stadium and a regional television au - . dience. The Ducks, determined to' - , prove they are the West's... best college team, won"on junior quarterback Bob Ber - 1 ry's deft passing. ' ' Oregon T 7 7 - 728 7 Ariiona 0 1312 ', Ore Schwab 19 pass from Berry (Corey kick) . i Ore Renfro 3 run (Corey kick) Ore Bain 3 run (Corey kick) . Ore Berry 1 run (Corey kick) Z Aria Knott 3 run (kick failed) Aria Hudlow 14 pass from Brechler (pass Attendance 16,000. OPEN BOWLING Saturdays & Sundays Some Week Nights ; Call For Time 40 Line NORTHEAST LANES : 451S No. 56 444442? 3 BBMhnnnfesBF bBMaia aaBBBniaaBr BBkSBnaw. - nai 1 ENDS TODAY ST V S i fT 4 1 i

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