The Lincoln Star from Lincoln, Nebraska on November 6, 1960 · Page 41
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The Lincoln Star from Lincoln, Nebraska · Page 41

Lincoln, Nebraska
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Sunday, November 6, 1960
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Jazzy Jayhaivk Air Game Plagues Cornhuskers 1"^' 5-^Kai» Tosses like this one — from KU’s John HadI to former NU freshman Hugh Smith - kept Nebraska off balance. This play preceded a KU touchdown. Lineman ’s View Dejected Jennings Quiet After Loss Here’s how KU pitchouts look to a lineman. Watch Fred Bukaty and quarterback Rodger McFarland, with ball. By Dick Becker Memorial Stadium, Lawrence, Kans. ■— There isn’t much a coach can say after his team has been humbled 31-0. In Bill Jennings’ case it was darned near impossible. He not only was choking back disappointment over the beating by Kansas, but he remembered full well his remarks last Monday at the Omaha quarterback club which led to state-wide rebuttal. So this time. Bill maintained his silence. He climbed to the top row of the south bleachers after an unusually long mid-field chat with KU coach Jack .Mitchell. .Xccompanied by Just two reporters, he seated himself, lit a cigarette and declared: “We were beaten by a very fine Kansas team. That’s all I’ve got to say.” He meant it, too. But he did try to answer some questions. Why didn't Don Fricke meet with the other tri­ captains for the coin toss? "Don was hurl last week, a hip injurv. The trainer diriiTl want him out on the field until just before he began to pla\.” In a change that has been planned to get more weight into the NU backfield, Biill Thornton was Don Purcell and Pat Fischer talked and then Fricke talked to Fischer. ‘ I haven’t any idea ” Purcell said “some placer” was talking to quarterback Fischer in the huddle and "I told him not to argue on the field.'* Were the Huskers sur- Football Photo: Nebraska split its ends most of the afternoon. Was this effective? "We had done this before this \ear and decided to use it this week.” Why did Jennings go out to talk to one of the officials prior to the start of the second half.’ "I was just curious a.s to the time and wanted to know what was happening. “Kansas was late getting onto the field. With that answer Jennings went into the dressing room, .\fter talking quietly to a nnv players and patting a tew back , and sat on one of the equipment trunk a .qudy of dejection. His next occa>.ion to talk about the Husker misfortunes will come at Omaha Monday. He says he plans to fulfill the committment. hy Hob Gorhom Frank (F!SeiH moved to right halfhoek and Noel .Martin inserted at fullback. Why wasn't it used more’.’ “Thornton just wasnl physically ready to play. We tried to spot him as well as we could,” What happened when the Huskers apparently had words in the huddle early in the second half and had to call time out? prised by Kansas running nearly all afternoon from a double wing forma’ion and the fact that the Jays u.-.ed practically the entire Iowa U. offense they had played against last \veek’’ “We were surprised a little bit but they had showed some double wing in earlier games. We were surprised they used so much of it.” Pair of Aces N, vr V 1'- ‘Ì Me Farland makes “basketball” lateral pass to Bukaty, near the goal. ★ ★ ★ ★ BalFHeaded Bukaty scores from 2 yards out. Pictures were made with sideline sequence camera, r ................ _ X,. .. .. ,%•- “i: f- ■ -A ,* .WÍ- r . .. f.l... fT II jàlèofwi 1 m« j/uai 1 i.*> lui i\i ?» «iunii tidUl* 120% John Faiman roady to pass, gives Jayhawk a “foot ban foe«.** ..-McClinloii^yw Jayhawks’ most potent weapon was quarterback John Ha4i^ here scoring from 3 yards out.

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