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6D LINCOLN SUNDAY JOURNAL AND STAR November 6, 1960 Nothing For Huskers To Say ★ ■A’ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ Dissention Denied After Players Argue Husker Clay White leaps and I unges for gain in 1st quarter. V V Indi vid mil Statìstica RUSHING KANSAS Had! ..................................... McClinton ........................... s McFarland ....................................... 5 Wilson .............................. 2 *5 ’ St 7 Smith ............................................... 10 Jarrett .......................................................... 4 Bukaty ...................................... 3 Keatinif ............................................. 2 Tf N>t >1 Yds. 43 15 16 i Mitchell Lauds Huskers In Defense of Ex-Coach Crank Mailen Marshall Clai' Thornton Fischer Martin White Dillard Clare Faiman NEBRASKA PASS RECEniNG Kansas Met linton Simpson Smith . Hadl Allen Marshall . White McDaniel Martin Hadl McFarland Smith Crank PC Net 3 4 . 1 . 1 1 Fairmaa Dillard NEBRASKA PAS.SING Kansas PA 21 1 2 1 Nebrr.^ka PA 6 1 PUNTING Kansas PC Net 1 I 1 PC Net 9 1 1 I 24 45 23 13 3 9 4 3 8 1 — 17 13 30 1! 5 -11 Id* 14 38 a 6 12 27 Yds. 3 8 12 Yds 69 24 fi 30 PC Net Yds, 2 20 I 3 Hadl TK I Mailea ................................ 1 Nebraska Cobh ................................. ™ Are. 38 42 Ave. 38.8 Olympians Honored Kansas honored its Olympic heroes at halftime including eager Al Kelly. Terry Beucher, javelin: Bill .Alley javelin; CI i f Cushman. 400-meter hurdles; Bill Neider, shotput champion; Ai Oerter, discus champion and athletic director Dutch Lonborg, manager of the U.S. basketball team; and Dean Nesmith, cage trainer. Also presented was the NCAA track championship trophy to Bill Easton, of the Jayhawk track team. Sorry, Lady First rhubarb of the day came when a gal reporter for the Hutchinson. Kans., News tried to gain a seat in the press box. The paper has been trying to breakdown the rule of the Football Writers Association of A m e r i- ican that prohibits lady scribes. Don Pierce, ahtletic publicity director at Kansas gave her a reser\’ed seat in the stadium and a program but she failed to gain admission to the pressbox. Woiv! Kansas home uniforms are robin’s egg blue shirts and pants. Lawrence, Kans. — Jack Mitchell, who had just belabored one of his former coaches at Oklahoma, made a stern defense of the Nebraska team that his Jayhawkers had flattened. Praising the Huskers as being just a “hair away from being a good team,” .Mitchell said Nebraska’s coaching staff is sound. But he echoed Bill Jennings words of earlier in the week, saying: “I don’t see how they could play at all with ail that turmoil outside t h e coaching staff — that outside griping and writing with hardly ever a pat on the back. “Nebraska looked like it was all shook up by that outside criticism.” To further his kindness to Nebraska, he declared: “This is by far the best football game for Kansas since I’ve been here. “We have improved a little every ball game. We haven’t gone d ownhill as some people believe. When you play schools like Syracuse and Iowa you are bound to look bad at times.” Mitchell, who like Jennings shifted his left halfback to quarterback at the start of the season, praised his signal caller John Hadl. “He had a great day passing today but he has been improving every game and just more consistent now. “When your team improves a little eac*h ball game, you reach a peak. We may have reached our peak today. If that is so we will go downhill. “As happy as we are now, we could still have a catastrophic season if we lose our last two games • • • The Jays wind up with Colorado and Missouri. Mitchell had special priase for Hugh Smith, the big halfback from Guyon, Okla., who flunked out of the University of Nebraska two years ago and transferred to Kansas. “Smith played a real good game,” Mitchell said. “This was his first chance to play a lot and he had more confidence. You can’t praise him enough for his job today.” Smith filled in for injured Bert Coan. Mitchell revealed that he knew before the game that his kids were ready for the game. “You could see it in the s q u a d.” he said. “They were mentally up for tliis one. We were as high today as we have been ail q 4Í im 4 season. I just hope we can maintain this mental peak for the next two ball games.” The former Sooner quarterback also praised one of the Huskers. Of Pat Fischer he said: “There’s no question about Fischer. He’s one of the greatest defense backs in college football. He’s probably one of the best backs we will see in a long time.” With those words of praise for his club and backing for his close personal friend. Bill Jennings, Mitchell called it a very successful day. Big Teams Round Out Prep Schedule The big teams just about have Nebraska’s football action all to themselves this week. Those big guys, the ones that field 11 players at once, dominate the last week of the regular prep football schedule. Only a few 8-man games will be played. Two of these are playoffs involving some Gene Littler 1st At Half Coronado. Calif. .?) — Gene Lit tier of PJ Cajon, Calif, fini hing before the wind came up, stroked into t h e half-way lead of the $21,000 Coronado Pro-Am Golf I Tournament Saturday, i Littler shot a 68, 4-under par, for a 36-hole total of 134, two strokes ahead of Bud Holscher of the L a k e s i d c Country Club at Los Angeles, who had a 66. Paul Runyan of La Jolla, Calif., the first-round leader with a 64, shot a <3 and is lied at 137 with Bob Rosburg. Overland Park, Kan., and Don Whitt, Borrego Springs. Calif. Rosburg had a second-round 66 and Whitt scored 69. Jack F'leck, Los Angeles, is alone at 138. top octets. Fremont Bergan and Millard clash Monday for the Husker 12 champion, ship and Franklin meets * .Arapahoe Friday for the Rei publican Valley title. .Alost of the smaller schools now ha\e turned their athletic attention to basketball with cage openers less than a month away for some. Two Lincoln schools will close out the 1960 football campaign Friday. Northeast does it the hard way, meeting unbeaten Omaha Central in a 2:30 p.m. contest in Lincoln. Pius X, a 12-0 winner over Southeast Friday night, is also at home against Sioux City, (la.I Heelan. The schedule: David City St. Mary’s, a Class C powerhouse, has a makeup date Tuesday at Omaha Bish«p Ryan. The game was originally set for a week ago. The remaining games: Tuesday David City St. Mary*» at Omaha Bishop Ryan. Reynolds at Hardy. Friday Scottsbluff at Alliance. Plattsmouth at ! Auburn, Ord at Aurora, Blair at Teka; mah. Boys Town v. Kansas City DeLa- ' i alle. Chadrnn at Crawford, Chappell at I .Sidney, Crete at Columbus. Grand Island J Catholic at Columbu-s St. Bona%enture, C'jzad at Minden, Newman Grove at David City. Germ* at Mitchell. Grant at Oihh'.sh. 11 »stinsti# St. Cecilia at Sutton, Hiiurv !c at MeCook, Hooper at Lyons, .North Platte at Lexington; ! Humphrey St. Francis at Norfolk Sa! cred Hear*. Omaha Westside at Omaha Benson. Plainview at O’.Nelll, West Point at Scribner, Tecumseh at Superior, Shelby at Bradshaw-, Talmake at Table Rock, Salem at Seneca, Kans., and Shelby at Bradshaw. By Dick Becker Memorial Stadium —Lawrence, Kans—Taking a cue from head coach Bill Jennings, ‘ Nebraska’s dejected Gridders had very little to say outside of the usual platitudes in their dressing rooms Saturday. Here was a team fired up by outside criticisms during the week — but a team that couldn’t get over the big hump when handed the chance in the first quarter. After that everything went wrong. Nobody wanted to discuss the argument that occurred in the Husker huddle in the 3rd quarter. It appeared that end Don Purcell and quarterback Pat Fischer had words and then co- captain Don Fricke talked to Fischer off to the side as the Huskers took time out to get organized after two plays had been smeared for losses. Purcell said that somebody had been talking in the huddle and “I told him (the player) not to argue in the huddle.” Then as he got the impact of the question, Purcell said stoutly: “There’s no dissention on this team — 1 can tell vou that,” Fischer had nothing to say about the incident. His only declaration w'as “they beat us. They’re 31 points better than we are.” Fricke had nothing to say about it, either. You could tell these players thought they were in for a more pleasant afternoon. Some of them went up to Jennings individually for quiet words. Some appeared to be choking back tears. .About the only person who attempted to say any- I thing for the kids was a • Lincoln theatre owner who hosts the players every Friday night before home games at his movie. “I can see where they would get down” he declared “Do you know there wasn’t a single person other than coaches and players’ wives to see the team off when they left Lincoln Friday. .Not a single student showed up.” But the players w'eren’t alibing. “They’ve probably got StatÍ8tio8 the best backs we’ve seen,” said Fricke. “They were all pretty impressive, “declared Bill (Thunder) Thornton. “They were so fast.” How did Thunder like his trial at right halfback? “I’d never played it before, but it’s all right, just so I get to carry the ball,” Co-captain Ron McDole commented only that Kansas was “as tough as the rest.” End Jim Huge, returned to action for the first time since the Texas game said his leg “felt fine and didn’t bother me at all.” Big Archie Cobb, who got his first bad snap from center of the season, was asked how he liked to run mim with the ball. “I don’t believe I’d trade with them (the backs)” he decalred. Guard Darrell Cooper felt that Kansas “has got a real good line out they don’t stack up to Missouri.” The trainers reported no new injuries although tackle Gary Toogood was not suited up due to a groin injury suffered last week in practice. The team ate in Topeka before its bus trip back to Lincoln. Kansas Gets Hot ' * In Rout of Huskers Continued from Page ID often, the Scarlets couldn’t conjure up any scoring magic—although they tried. Thunder Thortnon was inserted a right halfback, with Noel Martin at fullback. Thornton who carried 3 straight times — just missed the first down on a 4th down plunge at the Kansas 34, and NU never got another chance. After holding the Jayhawks and getting the ball via a punt on their own 24, t he Huskers fumbled two straight times.' KU’s Larry Lousch fell on I the second bobble and plays I later John Suder kicked a 31- yard field goal. It was the Jayhawk senior’s 7th field goal of his ca! reer and gave him a new school record. Seven minutes had elapsed with Nebraska introducing widely — split Late Porker Field Goal Upends Rice CisscU's 2()-\urder Puts Arkansas Jn SaatInvest Lead Little Rock. Ark. (API — Mickey Cissell kicked the Arkansas Razorbaeks into position for a Southwest Conference football championship Saturday with a 26-yard field goal 25 seconds before the game’s end to beat Rice 3-0. With less than 3 minutes to go, Arkansas drove 72 yards to the Rice 8 where Cissell was rushed in to kick the field goal. It was his second game-winning field goal of the season. His 22-yard kick which beat Texas earlier 2423 also came in the last 20 seconds ------......................................... (Quarterback Billy Moore fof>tball teams Southern sparked the scoring drive, Methodist and Texas .A&.M— both on the ground and in fi>ught to a scoreless tie Sat- the air, connecting with end ncday with SMU being stopped Jimmy Collier with a spec- ^^e Aggie one in its best Texas A&M Tics SMU Dallas, i.-?—Two frustrated First Downs ......... RushiBs ............ Pa.«sing Prnaitirt KushinK Yardaxr (TirO Passinc Yardairr VtfrmDlrd romoirtrd Inlrrrrotrd B' Vds Intrrrrpt Pa*» Rrt. Punts Avrraitr Numbff Yards Rrtomd ............ Pumbirs Lost ............ Total fNiinbtr» ................. Yard* Prnalisrd Number PenalUea KU 17 13 4 9 1»« I «2 15 12 0 « 4« . 6 . 2 5 21 2 NU 5 3 t 1 2H ¿.3 tacular 36-yard pass to the Rice 18. The victory put the Razorbacks in the conference lead and put them in a good position for a Cotton Bowl bid. Until Saturday Rice w’as undefeated in the conference chance to score and .A&M throwing aw-ay 3 opportunities by tumbling. With 1:12 left to play the Aggits rolled close enough for Mike Clark to try for a field goal. He barely missed it from the Southern .Methodist 39. And with 4 seconds left and .Arkansas had lost onlv , - : T 7" to Baylor. Arkansas now has P . . . iitil Mik'O ilnft-nnv 4 victories and Rice 3 Rice made its bi? bkl in but Mike Hackney’s attempt ii'om the 43 was short. It v-as A&'M’s .‘li’il tii' of the Here^s Sooriers^ Lone TD NEBRASKA Left end •—Comi'.ocJc. Donovan, Me Daniel. Left tarklea—Haney. Jone«. Left marda—RoberUon, Cooper, Rood Center*—Fricke. Tlnjtelhoff. Sicht fuard»—Kotier, CarUon, Fuehrer. RiCbt tackle*- McDole, A. Fischer. Cobb. Right end*--Purcell. .Salerno. Huife. Quarterback»—P Fischer. Faiman. Left hallbacks Dillard. Clay, Clare Right halfback »—White. Powers. Stuewe i Fullbacks Thornton, Dyer, Martin. I K.ANS.A.S Left end*-L. Allen, Graham, Spurney, Green Left tackle»—.A, Lousch, Davis, Barnes. ■ Bowen. Left guards—Basham, Collins, C o n- verse. Martinek. Center*—Hageman. Staab. Brown Right g u a r d »—Boydston, Burnison. Clothier, Wayland. Right tackles—Fisher, Mills, Wiseman Right ends—Simpson, Deer, St, Clawr, B Allen Quarterbarks—McFarland. Keating. Crank. Left halfback* Hadl, Smith, Hill, Marshall. Michaels. Right halfback» McClinton. Wilson, spweiiemieyer, Hukaly, lomje. Fullba« Its - Schick, Jarrett, Suder, Mailen. Officials Referee—Patrick Haggerty, ] fCoiorado State); umpire John Waldorf, (Missouri); head linerman-John Campb«‘ell. (lowj State and Oklahoma: field judge -Jay Anderson, (William Jewell); back iudge—Kenneth Pryor, (Oklahoma) the 3rd qu.irter on a 62-''ard “ „ \w..i s .n.i m- ot in,’ drive with long runs bv'H o I- """ and Jackson, Bob Wavt and i'“ Max Webb, But it couldn’t i, i vet it. oir »,t„ok onin» lost _6 straight. It also get its air attack going despite the fact it was engineered by the conference’s No. 2 passer, Billy Cox, whose frantic attempt fo fire t ,«, axm a scoring shot to J o h n n y Burrell was intercepted by was the first scoreless tie in a Southwest Conference game since IW2 when the Aggies drev/ with Rice. 8 0 f) ft-« 0 • 0 0—0 _________ McClellan (31) is about to take a handoff from Jimmy Carpenter (22» on the play in whicn the Sooners scored tneir oniy touchdown in Saturday’s Big Eight football game with Iowa Stale. Iowa won the game iO-6 m an upset. \U’$ Stevens Ties While Omaha (UPI) — Ray Stev-^ ens of Nebraska and Dean White of Doane finished in a dead heat Saturday to set a: Midwest AAU Cross Country run record of 21 minutes and 6 seconds. Stevens led the way for a Husker team victoiy in the i college division. Nebraska. finished with 39V^ points with | Wayne State second with 821 points, Doane 3rd with 90% and Nebraska Wesleyan 4th with 109. Kearney won the high school division with 17'points,' while South Page of College; Springs, Iowa, and Grand Is-| land tied for second with 38' points. Joe Henderson of South; Page was the individual high school winner with a high school division AAU record j of 10:36.6. ' Arkansas linebacker Wayne: Sonlis Sn-irklo Harris on the Porker 3. • njltll KlU Harris, who masterminded 17 ^,„ II 1 the defense, ranked with Cis- ■ liO!y I sell as the co-star for the Hogs. He made 8 tackles and Worcester, Mas.s. ».I* -Holy was in on 16 more, making Cross’ Crusaders marched 76 him in on two-thirds of the ^ touchdown the Razorback stops. Jackson, the 8»^ ^heir Owls’ hard-kicking fullback, '^^nt also stood out on defense with crush Dayton 36-6 Sat- 6 tackles and 8 assists. Ufday. Arkansas far outgained the couple of sophomores, Texans, picking up 282 yards. Quarterback Pat McCarthy more than 200 of them on thè Halfback Tom Hennessey, were ine prime movers as ft the young Crusaders built an ^ 3, imposing 24-0 halftime lead en route to their 4th straight victory. The victory ran Holy Cross’ record to 4-3 for the year, and put Dayton at 1-6. Wavion 0 A ft ft Holy Cros* • 8 1« 12 ft—3fi RC—McCarthy 8 run fMcCarthy run) HC—Hennessey 1 plunge (McCarthy run) HC- McCarthy 2 run (Snvder, pass fnim McCarthy) HC Maiune 19 run (pa»» failed) HC -Snyder 7 run (pass failed) Day f'.mura 3 run (pass failed) Attendance—5,000. ground. Rife Arkansas Ark re Cissell 26. Attendance AO.OoO S<iioej»j)iu*r ins Dortmund, Germany ¡.i» — Erich Schoeppner of Germany, the European light- heavyweight champion, out­ pointed Frankie Daniels of Bakersfield, Calif., Saturday night in a dull 10-rouiid bout. ends, moved the ball well to the KU 42 before Fischer— who played all but one play at QB in the first half — was tossed for a 12-yard loss. Then a bad pass from center — the ball bounced on the ground — prevented .Archie Cobb from getting off i a 4th dov/n punt and the I Javhawks had the ball on the 'NU 29. ' Momentarily stalled by a holding penalty, Hadl tossed i 3 straight passes for 23 yards ! and McClinton got a first down on the NU 13. Seven plays later — after a couple of fine stints by Smith — Doyle Schick drove over from the one with only 48 seconds gone in the second quarter, Suder’s kick made it 10-0, a great sufficiency as it turned out. With that bulge, the Jay- hawks rolled at will throughout the long afternoon. Kansas wouni! up the second quarter by marching 8.3 yards in 18 plays to score with 2:26 left in the half. Hadl’s 3 passes, some good running by Smith — including an 11-yard dash off a double reverse — and some key sprints by McClinton set up the tally. Hadl faked to Schick and dashed around right end for the score and Suder’s t o e gave the Jayhawks a 17-0 margin at the rest period. Nebraska opened the second half by losing 12 yards in two plays, took time out while co-captain Don Fricke calmed down Fischer who had stormed out of the huddle after and apparent heated exchange with another Husker, and then punted. Kansas took over on Its own 43 and took only 11 plays to score aga* . .\ 10-yard sneak by Had! and a pass from Hadl to Sam Simpson were the h:g gainers enroiile to the NU 7. Smith and Schick got to the one, from where Iladi jumped up and lobbed a pass to Simpson ail alone in the end zone. Suder’s kick made it 24-0 and Mitchell took pity, benching his first-springers with 7:01 left in the 3rd quarter. Late in the quarter, Kansas reserves drove 62 yards in 12 plays ■— the big one was a 25-yard pass from Roger McFarland to Jim Marshall —to score with 13; 15 left in the game. Third-team fullback Fred Rukaty bowled over two Huskers on a sweep from the two for the touchdown and Suder added his 7th point of the day. Nebraska flurried mildly in the final minute w-hen Faiman hit iJicK McDaniel with an 8-yard pass and Noel Martin with a 1.3-yard pitch, but the Jayhawks smothered two final aerial tries. .A fine Kansas team had simply clobbered a demoralized Nebraska team with ease. Nebraska 0 ft ft ft— ft Fansa# 3 14 7 7—31 Kan FG Suder 31 Kan .Schick i run (Suder kick) Kan- Hadl 3 run Suder kick) Kan Simpson 3 pass from Hadl (Suder kick) Kan Bukat»- 2 run (Suder kick) Attendance 28 . 000 . Rocket Flurry Tops ISortiG 20-6 Statistics First Down* Rusbinc Yairdafe Passing Yardage Passes Passes Intercepted by Yards Penalised NE 13 240 6-1 ;i ?5 .North 4 18 5.1 »-2 I ft Omaha— Lincoln Northeast snapped a 6-6 halftime tie with two 3rd period touch- dowms to be.'it Omaha North Saturday afternoon, 20-6. Northeast upped its record to 5-.3-1 with the victory over the ponderous Vikings, and host powerful Omaha Central next week. It was the second win of the weekend for a Capital City team in Omaha, and was achieved with much the same dominance that Lincoln High held its 27-7 win over Omaha Benson Friday. The Rockets held North to only 18 yards rushing, and 53 more on two pass completions. But 3 interceptions by NFI helped stymie North. Gary Muelhausen’s 39-yard run on the first play after NE recovered a North fumble provided the win margin in the 3rd quarter. Curt Kjner added an insurance marker on a 5-yard run late in the period. A 29-yard pass by Dave Lebsack to Skip Peterson set up the TD. Lebsack led NE to its first score in the second quarter, getting off a 17-yard run during the 56-yard drive. He also ran a keeper for the final 11 yards. North got its only touchdown with 44 seconds left in the first half. A 43-yard Rookie Taylor-to-John Burger pass play gained to the 10, and Burger ran to the 1 foot point on the next play. Fullback Dennis Davey plunged in from there. Northeast 0 i 14 A—W North .. ft f ft 0-8 Northeast—TDs. Dave Leboack (U, run); Gary Muelhauaen (38, ran): Curt Kin«r (5. run). PATS Kiner 2. TD, DetuUa Davagr U, ulUiiM).

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