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Omaha World-Herald from Omaha, Nebraska • 61

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Sunday World IIerald Omaha Nov 3 1968 Washington (IS) enney (N) Reimer (IS) Sigler (N) Happy Birthday Ernie Jarman (N) Victory to Keep Spirit lying Morock (N) Mcarland (N) another back in huddle to the ball I Walline N)p (IS) (N) Johnson (iS) Allen (IS) 88 ''T Look Up Huskers A 4 tr Dick Davis the credited the of State gives good vA I a The victory Co Capt Pen ney said "will help keep our morale up Iowa State played real good ball "We bogged down a couple of times And Iowa State al ways is fircd tip for Nebraska We held them what Defensive Tackle Bob Lig gett said he want to see any more trick plays With Cyclone Ben fumble hanging uncla i this pair of Huskers might as well be looking for four leaf clovefs They probably found none but the Huskers (left) were lucky enough to have Al Larson recover the fumble in the first quarter our plays later Paul Rogers tried a field goal but it was short and the Huskers had to settle for a 7 0 lead at the end of the first quarter line plays were working what it said an 87 yard gainer (Iowa Staters) were 3 were disappointed we get more touchdowns second said "We knew Iowa such as Iowa "hud dle in the fourth quar ter "I think they had that play back in the hole just waiting for the chance to use it on us We hardly have time to Added Middle Guard Bill Hornbacher: "They set us up for that a little Once before they came up from an angle out ot a By a World Herald Sports Staff Writer Clyde Williams ield Ames Ernie Sigler played football often on his birthday just twice as a matter of fact irst was as a sophomore in high school Next was Satur day in 24 13 win over Iowa State "We won when I was a sophomore said the 23 year old quarterback "That was our only win all The triumph over Iowa State was the fifth this year for Ne braska under direc tion "We in the Ernie is a team which never up I think they were They were fired touchdown pass to End Tom Penney just before the half proved a vital score for the Huskers did a fine job of slid ing across do set it said Sigler referring to a 27 yard gam two plays before the scor ing pass "It was a hook pass He was covered because they were double teaming him He slid across the field away from Said Penney: "It was almost a completely broken pattern Their guys were playing me tough I was glad Ernie picked me up when 1 moved out of there think they did that on pur pose to set us That play bo Hornbacher so much as the Cyclone success up the mid dle "They ran a lot of trap plays I should have been up in there Liggett said Iowa State was hard to contain because of Quarterback John Warder "The defense is always threat ened when you have a running passing quarterback just like having ullback top rusher fensive "The Davis "They playing a wide defense The middle was open more The line was blocking straight on and making He praised a 1 Don McGhee and Guard Joe Arm strong for their blocks on a play he recalled "They whipped their men to the in side and to the World Herald Photos by Tom Allan Bob Paskach Ed Rath John Savage IkXJlTW Tom Riesing is rising or perhaps descending At any rate the NU gymnast really flips at just about the time the official signal acknowledges the first Husker touchdown The immediate future just seem too bright for Jeff Alien of Iowa State who is anchored by Husker Dave Morock 8 a IXL Good going Husker Bill Hornbacher Take a little rest with your look of satisfaction after intercepting that John Warder pass which was tipped by Ken Geddes late in the first quarter Birthday Boy Ernie Sigler unwinds the lootball for a ride through the Cyclonic atmosphere with Tom Penney beating Tony opposition for a touchdown with iust 13 seconds left in the first half A nMv'Mrs HuMaH' ti'i''tt nt jHr It appears to be getting just a little too crowded for Jeff Allen's football comfort as the Cyclone lugs the football on the kick off following the first Nebraska touchdown Ed Periard is the man down and a swarm of other Huskers on hand as Allen returns five yards Jock Johnson apparently has little to worry about from Bob Liggett (left photo) hut Ken Geddes crouches in an ominous position While Geddes exactly make the stop (right photo) it a good bet he was enough of a problem to let Bob Best get in a good defensive whack as the Cvelone ooinc nine vnrrk in the first mnrtPr to to to sto one 5'wut gr iei renard UN irhrlfikn 7 min i (Dclsincv (In IWkA Penney (N) xxzX 'x XSW rf (IS) TV 'AO 1 i mn i mill i i a Maar? 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