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Sunday World Herald Omaha Nov 3 1968 Huskers Outscramble Here's a bird's eye view of the Davis score you see in the colorphoto on Page 1 0 order 1 Brouillette Camobell Ernie Sigler feeds the football it appears right in the bread basket Ho YUs 0 Sigler 0 0 Punting Stephenson 0 Kickoff Returns ipovb 16 a Gonnella to Rushmj Avfl i 0 Brennon (BUS 8 i x' A 3 2 as its College Station Tex Sophomore a rback Bill Montgomery rallied Arkansas in the second half with a dazzling 2 3 0 0 Sandifer McKernon Crnkovich Smagacz Wachtler I Stowe verder Allen Kina Johnson Harris Davis 73 4)9 UN Second Half Rally Beats Emporia for Crown TP 88 67 94 9 40 Yds 85 17 9 2 12 1 in 1 2 UM Omoha Pitsburp Emooria Washburn ort Havs Woods D'vitTO 3 10 0 2 4 0 0 Cerone Sheble Divitto Savers Smagacz Gonnella 77 Yds 49 23 8 nir Hrl Potter Pctmrr Waller Vov Wyo 308 144 32 6 14 3 5 40 0 65 at on an Passing Alt 28 Ziealer Penney Ingles Mcarlandavis 9 1 63 20 4 TO 0 3 6 1 2 No Letdown The young coach said the Nebraska comeback drive for a touchdown with 1:28 left in the half after Iowa score should have Passing Alt 3 Cow Con Orduno Scheniss Davis Ziegler Staler Green Critical Calls Majors declined any direct comment on the surprisingly large number of pass interfer ence calls even though some hurt his team were big he said don't know how to say it trying to be ethical but just say there were sev eral judgment calls All I can say is they sure came at crucial times" He grinned when a scribe mentioned Husker Coach Bob Devaney had perhaps been a bit more direct in his post game exchange of fraternal felicitations with the officials Surprise Play He grinned again when asked about the surprise play in which his quarterback John Warder lined up over the ball Scores 4 Times Providence 1 Tailback Brian McCullough scored four touchdowns Sat urday as Princeton crushed Brown 50 7 Princeton unable to get its single wing offense moving in: the first half capitalized on on a Brown fumble a blocked punt and two long kick re turns for a 23 0 lead McCullough had an 82 yard touchdown run called hack because of clipping Big Delegation The largest Big Red" migration since the Minnesota game boosted the Huskers When half the Cyclone stu dent rooting section poured onto the field to welcome their team before the kick off sev eral Husker fans did likewise They jumped from the stands to join the Husker trav eling pep band in tooting and rooting the Huskers on the field re Yds 64 35 CS 10 68 173 54 7 23 2 8 26 0 Big Play Majors said one of Nebras big plays was the ing pass from Sigler to Co Captain Tom Penney to the four yard line which set up the Huskers' third score was well executed and we made a mistake We just overran the Again giving Nebraska cred it for and he added: "Nebraska has a very strong team They have runnin: backs that execute with au thority They run with more determination than any we have seen this year In fact I thought Nebraska looked bet ter offensively than they have at anj' time this He also praised punt coverage certainly was a game of breaks and penalties and he mused then what football He laughed when asked what he thought of Nebraska Coach strategy is kicking a field goal near the end know I just wish I had been in his position at that moment to make that deci and flipped the ball as the team lined up across the field It made 11 yards and a first down over the surprised Hus kers Asked if this was his lone i some quarterback play he re plied: our cow pasture play had it for some time but just have the guts to use it before Being behind just two touchdowns we figured it was a good a time as Asked if been watching the Alabama Nebraska Orange Bowl films for his second slicker a successful onside kick he replied We just figure that being a young team we have to try and do our share of sur prises why we work on those little things I will say it was a perfectly executed onside kick Quarterback John Warder credited Nebraska with put ting on a good rush but added thought my line did a tre mendous It was fourteenth con secutive victory the longest win streak among major colleges Dowling threw three touch down passes and also scored on a yard run Hill registered on a 38 yard pass from Dowling ran for a two yard touchdown and also threw a five yard pass to End Bruce Weinstein for another Yale marker Dowling connected on 14 of 20 passes for 295 yards and Hill led all runners with 92 yards on 23 carries Wake orest Starts Late Hits Maryland Winston Salem (AP) Wake orest sparked by brilliant passing and a 90 yard touchdown sprint by Quar terback reddie Summers spanked Maryland 38 14 in am Atlantic Coast Conference foot ball game Saturday The Deacons stymied by the I Terp defense and trailing 7 3 at the end of the first quarter swept back for four touchdowns in the second and third quarters and added another in the fourth i period Passing Como Att Inf 1217 0 Pass Receiving Yds 72 35 87 32 0 Yds Bl Yds 44 84 5 24 OP 33 54 75 67 69 Sigler Passes Click i Sigler tagged Penney four times for a total of 59 yaids He 4 i had one special delivery each for Jim Mcarland and Davis I Only 17 seconds remained after the fumble recovery on i right Unruffled Sigler then arched the ball to Penney vho made the end zone catch under heavy duress from Tony' I Washington and Powers i That was the ball game Most of the second half was old fashioned pounding that is I typical of this rivalry I Midway through the fourth quarter however Iowa State' woke up the crowd with the most unorthodox of its many of fensive formations 's With a sequence opening at the Iowa State 15 Warder lined up over the ball well to the right of his teammates To put the play in motion he whirled about and shoveled the ball to Allen 4 who went around left end for 10 The Cyclones proceeded to the Nebraska 25 then jumped to the nine on an interference call It was a splendid day for penal ties which accounted for 171 yards of pacing and considerable strong language from both sidelines 5 rom the nine Warder picked up eight yards around left end Harris scored on a plunge over left tackle Then Heller spoiled the bid for a two point pass Nebraska administered the three pbint reprimand by Rogers to improve the appearance of the final score Columbia Ends Losing Streak New York (AP) Lanky Marty Domres passed for three touchdowns scored one and shattered four Ivy League records Saturday in leading Columbia past Cornell 34 25 for the first victory in six games Domres set up a go ahead field goal by Rick Rose late in the final period with a 57 yard pass to Tight End Bob Werner and then hit Bill Wazevich with a 38 vard in a veterinary i touchdown strike with less I than Uj minutes remaining Wcrld Hcro'd Photos by John Sazoge 1 fl In I I Dntl'nvr i 4 1 lunuo liui LUUli lj Stop inc bvui Tackles Assists uecKer Larson Reeves Hawkins Best tala 1 1 caused a psychological let for his team we actually came back' and played better de fensively the second he said were in the bestshape been in for three weeks at the' half with the score 21 7 have to give Nebras ka credit on that drive They executed well and their quarterback showed great He described as the two Iowa State fumbles One on the Cyclone 22 led to a Nebraska touch down tea No Yds 2 10 3 24 Nfl Aw 5 44 No Yds cciver downfield and were pe nalized to the 20 A Gonnella Bill Wachtler pass carried to the five setting up the tally The score was 26 21 after Pul liam made his third placement and jthe clock showed only 3:50 to play Then came the only real Omaa and at a critical after kick off went' into the end zone The lights were turned on Emporia scrimmaged from 20 yard line Charles Divitto lost to the and Teddie Woods failed on a time a i line buck Bob Leahy tossed an incomplete pass and then came the bad snap back to make the game winning score possible Cerone the NAIA pass recep tion deader opened the game in impressive style He took a 33 yard pass from Leahy on the firsl: Hornet play of the game Bruce though caught only one other for 10 yards Emporia went on to score after the first Cerone catch Divitto fumbled on the Omaha three yard line and the ball was kicked into the end zone where Guard Jerry Bortka fell on it No 22 12 13 Comp Yds ross Keceiving No 4 3 2 2 Tackles Assists 7 Hornboc'r pertoa Liggett Jarman Wvnn Heller Bnctwcek Oduna for his first touchdown A bad punt by Ray Shaw set up the second Emporia score from the Omaha 38 yard line and another hurried punt in the rain made touchdown No 3 possible 'on a 25 yard advance Ed Hopkins then changed the Ava 68 1 4 06 TD 2 TD 0 i 1 scored from the one after pass 'ing 14 yards to Dave Smith I Brigncm Young 0 7 6 uiun Motnor ib run kick) Utah Molnar 18 run (Sear kick) Groth 7 run (Sears kick) i Swanson 3 run (Swanson kick) I Groth 72 run (kick failed) I Whitely 39 Wprmi 75 fmm I vnne run failed) I Riaoee 1 run (Romero pass from i Utah Groth 1 run (Sears kick) I 28677 Husker Lineups Statistics Aebraska (J4) no Yd Yie Ohmim i I Ingles 4 gg'n No Yds No Yds 'rockiK Pattern Deloney Hansen Hrnbocher 1 1 ShWnton 1 McGhee i lowa State Individuals bricnocek winter Armstrong Williams Ashman Buda Backs Sigler Orduna Green Rogers Ziegler rost Vactor Davis Schneiss Defense Wvnn Jarman Avolio Gutzman Liggett Walline Drakulich Middle Hornbacher Periard Linebackers Murtaugh Kobza ia'o veuuti Larson Morock Hawkins Hel ler Stephenson Decker Iowa State (13) Lorenz Campbell Stcwe Broulb lete Berna Jeffries Bliss GaWn Easter McAvoy Pirhnrrti Warder Tisdole Johnson Hgr CIS SkriPskv Allen Davis Ing Guge Defense Potter Wllinson Reimer Tqck Dimitri Boiler Waller Vow Middle Guard Griglione Jone Withrow lat Powers Bovlnpton Washington Simonds EHIOtL ihuuii rsu'uci viHiurn oneu Nebraska Individuals Rushing NO 22 716 Kick off Returns No Yds 2 31 Guge 1 4 Punt Pphirnt Defensive Statistics Nrbroska 4 2 1 3 (1 2 1 7 Larson Stephenson I Liggett Larson Iowa State Tckl's As ts C1C Standings 0 AVIs I 3 4 TD Washington Powers 1 I Hildcn 0 WIHtams 0 i lat WHhrrsuM No Ava Bovlngfon 8 37j Jocs Anallnn KYdv Posses broken Elliott 1 25 Johnson Avd Stenhens'n 52 uu Princeton Back 1st Half Aids Wyoming ort Collins Colo (AP) i The Wyoming Cowboys took a 37 7 half time lead and held off stubborn Colorado State University to win a 46 14 football victory here Saturday The decision raised the Western Athletic ference record to 5 0 The Rams stunned Wyoming in the opening moments by in tercepting a Wyoming pass and scoring five plays later Jerry Shearer intercepted Quarterback Skip pass on the 37 Charlie Piggee moved 11 yards in two carries and Mac Brown went 11 yards: on the next play Then 6 foot 5 sophomore Quarterback Chip io? I Maxwell fired the 14 yard scor ing strike to Terry Swarn However the Cnwhnvs with Continued from Page 1 he cut the deficit to 26 14 on an outstanding punt return But Hornet defender Steve Bushore ended that momentum with his third pass interception two minutes later The Indians slogged it out through the mud with the clock script by blocking a Shaw punt fighting Hornets until tney gained the ball on their own 36 yard line with 7:57 remaining They marched 64 yards on 10 plays McKeman going over from the five on a Gonnella pass An earl i Gonnella to Mc Kernan touchdown flip for seven yards was nullified when the visitors had an illegal re to set up No 4 and hometown fans were delighted our plays were required on the 30 yard march and fans were uncon cerned when rank placement was wide But who would complain on a 26 0 lead? But then the Omaha defense stiffened and the offense started to move the ball And Shaw given some protection salvaged a 202 punting average for the day with booming kicks The absence of Rich Schuck man standout UN 0 guard un doubtedly created early prob lems He was called to his Cin cinnati home riday night when his father underwent a serious operation Omaha completed only two of nine passes for 30 yards and ran for 74 in the first half Gonnella finished with 12 completions in 29 attempts for 148 yards and the Indians had 111 rushing Emporia made 70 of 77 pass ing yards the first half and ran for 79 of their one hundred yards before intermission UN Omaha 0 7 7 Emooria State 14 12 0 Bortka recovered fumble in end zone Tighe kick Emo Sheibe 13 pass Leahy Tighe kick Emp Divitto 9 pass Leahy Kick wide Emp Divitto 2 run Kick wide McKernan 23 pass Gonnella Pulliam kick Wise 62 punt return Pulliam kick McKernon 5 doss Gonnella Pulliam kick Oma Smaaar? 2 run Kirk hiorkrrt UN 0 Emporia irsr aowns Total yards 259 Yards rushing Ill Yards passing Id8 Passes 12 29 Passes intercepted by 2 umbles lost 0 Punts 8 20 Yards penalized 77 3500 UN 0 Individuals Rushing Passing Comp At! fnt Yds tu i Receiving No Yds 1 27 Campbell 4 38 Johnson Punllng Iowa Staters 24 Continued from Page 1 Chicago got lhat nickname because he scampers like a rat an lowa State spokesman explained Allen scampered along the sideline put on a jet burst when Randy Reeves dived for him ali the 16 scored without further challenge 't 7 with 1:28 left in the half These Cornhuskers have one highly exemplary conditioned reflex: They promptly fight back when the opposition scores The blooper kick off was downed on the NU 29 by End Paul Topliff That left 71 yards to travel Sigler and company made Jin seven plays Texas Ernie passed six limes for six completions The only muff came when End Chuck Wilkinson knocked the ball out of the hands for a four yard loss Wartburg Wins Title Arkansas raised its conference Waverlv la I A P) mark to 3 1 and sank the de i artburg defeated Upper Iowa ing at the Olympics and has1 Utah Edges BYU 30 21 Salt Lake City Utah Utah built a big lead on the run ning of Quarterback Ray Groth but wilted under a late Brigham Young rally and needed a third Groth touchdown to ice a 30 21 victory Saturday 1 I The score was 23 7 with less than a minute to go in the third 100 1 period and morale suf I fering from three recent pass interceptions and a fumble 'jslThen Marc Lyons hit Larry Heaps with a 5 yard touchdown pass starting a BYU rally that closed the gap to 23 21 with nine minutes remaining BYU got the ball back but Larry second pass in terception gave Utah possession deep in BYU territory Groth Yd? 62 3 28 a 15 Emporia Individuals No 16 16 Comp Yds TD 1 Poss Receiving No 2 2 1 UN Omaha 5landjfer Crnkovirh Ltiapr Relit? Rauer Pal infrnne Srhalz ccKies Krenner MOKcnson wosnmg ton Jackson Kendzierski Kiafmlller Mo Ryan Klepper Konger McGinn Pulliam Center tTKirk AApo I Gonnella Savers McKernan Smagacz Panoreiio ranklin wise Cum Quarterback Brian Dowhng ana mines Jarrett Reagan Shaw Wachtler! wimams Emporia State Sulzen Cerone Dovis fiwehare Crnhhp Stnnkpiwir? Brown Everett Demesko SaL i men Asieson uuimer nowara sussman yvermon ruirr Schoeoner Bortka innp I flt lllfcl 1 UU1 I UU rMCUg K'ULUIt Leahv Sheibe Woods Divitto Brome Bushore Dupree Jonesko Scherle McClain Johnston 1 Arkansas Aerials Triumph 1 Is 14th Straight New Haven Conn (AP) Bob Praises I 1X71 SimraY LzXAiL! Leahy Continued from Rase 1 This may be a pass defenders may be getting a little gunshy (because of the chance of penalty) it is pass interference the official has to call it but I hope our players be gunshy" fejors Praises NU Offense ILState Plays Best of By Tom Allan World Herold Staff Writer Clyde Williams ield Ames did a lot of good things today except the big one of getting enough With that calm cigaret puffing lowa State Coach John Majors summed up the 24 13 loss to Ne braska Thon glancing ruefully the fairly even statistics a sheet handed him by aid he shook his head and lamented: did so well but not well The boyish looking coach in the middle of his first year at: the Cyclone helm had earlier praised his sophomore laden squad thought vve looked more like a football team today than any time this season This was our best total effort to date I thought our offense over all played a good ball game We were playing against a team in the top ten defensively" He conceded: as crisp the first half as we were the second You have to give Nebraska credit They looked sharp that first half They came up with some very big block on Cyclone Steve Powers up ahead Peru Paced By Weyers 1 op inishers Peru 29 Wnvn stole Kearney 65 Peru No 2 Omaha 73 Kearney No 2 World Herald News Service Kearney Neb Jack Weyers vuwuuys wun of Peru State raced around the Harapton sc0? fmtrmiio ct three touchdowns on runs of 15 56 yard tory in the Kearney State cross country meet Pat Rinn University of Ne braska at Omaha was a distant second but less than two min utes separated the first 20 fin ishers The meet was run on the Kearney golf course in a light drizzle with winds from seven to 12 miles per hour and 41 de gree temperature Weyers was timed at 5: (12 for the first mile 10:18 at the half way point Other finishers in order: 3 Tim Hendricks Peru 4 Bill Young Krorncy 5 Rick Carcv UN 6 Van AHam Dav carry urni Wavne 8 Dave Harris Peru 9 Rtrk Molrrvk nnrhi 1ft lzi i Hapacrman Peru 12 Lou University and Roadrunners Steve i Kallp Ilnivprcitv nnd HnkroU tji gnu r5uuvlj! ners 14 Lorrv firnrlccimnn Woun i UwlL ij iivmr niKK vnn ir is viii Chick Harbert Rates Hall of ame Palm Beach Gardens la (AP) (Chick) Harbert 1954 PGA champion and former United States Ryder Cup team captain has been elected by vote of the 25 living members to Hall of ame President Max Elbin of the Professional Associa tion announcing the vote Sat urday said Harbert would be installed during the annual president's dinner at Palm oeaLii nuvemuer Harbert was a top competitor on the golf tour for nearly 29 years Coverage Good Devaney expressed satisfac tion with over all pass coverage completed only 10 of 28 and we inter cepted two On the whole say we did a good job as satisfied with our defense against their run ning We hope to improve things in that area Majors has done a fine job They execute well and they came up with the bigJplay at crucial times Tisv dn nnvthina vvn ready for except per Passn2 display to propel the haps the trick play Razorbacks past Texas had no way of know i 25 22 and into a share of the lqgit was coming Of course Southwest Conference leader a play been used ship before and worked And knew what it was after saw it But we much about pass quickly took over Joe Williams scored on a 27 yard run and Joe DeSarro on a one yard plunge and Kicker Bob Jacobs booted a 47 yard field goal before the first hall ended Wyoming using nearly the entire team in the second half scored on a 63 yard Jacobson to Gene Huey pass and a 20 yard field goal by Jacobs In WAC play CSU is now 1 3 and over all 2 6 while the Cow boys are 6 2 over all Wvnminn a tt esu 70? i LS Swnrn 14 nmt Irnm AAnvull Omaha Hampton 15 run (Jacobs kiclO Humcton 56 run (Jacobs kick) Dr'lnrrn 4 run HwaKi 1 Wva Homuton 18 ross tram Svnnkaw ski (Ja robs kick) 47 Jacobs Wya Hucy 63 pass from Jacobson (kick 72 pass from Mont el fg 20 Jacobs 22547 Statistics irst downs Rushing yardage Passing yardage Return yardage Passes Posses Intercepted by Punts umbles lost Yards penalized Wayne Wins 14 Detroit Mich1 (AP) Wayne State ground out 230 rushing and a 14 6 non conference victory over Washington Jefferson in I boosting its football record to 3 Saturday World Herald Want Ads do the 1 job quickly economically 3 23 1 Ov 3 4 hr At Art Heller TD Steinkraus Leads Yank Riding Team New York Bih Stein kraus Olympic gold medal winner heads the United States equestrian team that will ride against four other countries in the National Horse Show start ing an eight day run Tuesday at Madison Square Garden Steinkraus may not be able to ride Snowbound lite horse' he rode to the individual gold medal in Mexico Citv Snow i bound injured a leg while work i we we do (ending champion Aggies to an 7 33 13 Saturday to win the Iowa i been placed Sw record of 1 3 Conference title i center for observation Calvin Hill alternated in a tremendous passing and running Honkins GO UllUCdLCIl die scored a 47 27 Ivy League foot I Nnrr ball triumph over Dartmouth i Antrim Buttamonte Hoimguorp Cqtiirdav Thornton Krebs Ctacone oaurudy Bushore Punt Returns Ko Ydv I 8 Ingles Intprr enhons K'O Yds lowa State Individuals Rushtno NO YOS AVO 8 3 i SSs tn ISM wSS'ih' Mi I I I nil i i li 1 iniiMB'l! 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