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Tuesdcy, September 25, 1956
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Coartcor Uncoti SUr
By Cage Coach
Among the University of Ne
braska freshmen tabbed for bas
ketball are two ex-GI's, Wikon
ritzpatrick and Robert Mayo.
Fitzpatrkk, whose home Is at
Sedalia, Mo., was attached to the
Lincoln Air Base immediately be
fore his release. He is 6 feet 4.
Mayo, who is 6 feet 7, played
with the armed forces in the Jap
anese theater. Bis home is Brook
lyn, N. Y.
Wayne Hester, all-star from Lin
coln Northeast; Jack Johnson,
Loup City; Dennis Mullens, Oma
ha Central; Donald Raver, Craig;
Richard Shipwright, Pender and
Hershel Turner, Indianapolis are
also checked out
Johnson registered in the second
semester a year ago but will not
compete with the varsity this year,
Coach Jerry Bush said.
Mike Roach, the mighty mite
from Falmya and Ron Borders of
Gordon, also are on the early
i rates sen
uitss To Second
The Pittsburgh Pirates, behind
the batting of Frank Thomas, beat
the Brooklyn Dodgers 6-5 yesterday
and sent the Bums back into sec
ond place in the National League.
Before the game the Dodgers
finished Sunday's suspended con
test and won over the Pirates 8-3
for their only victory in the four-
game series at Pittsburgh.
The results of Monday's play puts
Brooklyn V4 game behind the
league-leading Milwaukee Braves,
who were idle.
Today's action in the Senior Cir
cuits sees first-place Milwaukee at
Cincinnati for a single game with
the third place Reds. Brooklyn
plays a night game with Philadel
phia at Ebbeu Field.
In Sunday's contest between tba
New York Yankee and the Boston
Red Sox, Mickey Mantle surged
ahead of Ted Williams in their bat
tle for the American League batting
championship. Mantle is currently
hitting .356 while William bold
a .350 batting average.
' re of is
First Win Under Elliott
..By BOB WI&Z
Staff Sperts Writer
Several long scoring jaunt and
the recovery of six enemy fumbles
Saturday told the whole story as
the Nebraska Comhuskers opened
their 1356 season with a 34-6 win
over the South Dakota Coyotes.
Coach Pete Elliott swept his
bench in the final quarter giving
a total of 41 men a chance for
some valuable experience. It was
Elliott's first contest as head coach
4 of the Huskers.
i Nebraska opened the scoring
with just 1:25 gone in the first pe-
riod. After the huskers kicked off
j the Coyotes fumbled on their sec
ond play from scrimmage and
co-captain Bob Berguin recovered
for the Huskers. Quarterback Roy
Stinnett kept the ball on the first
Nebraska play and went four yards
before Jerry Brown, Minden jun-
tor, ran around right end and west
: 25 yards ior tne tauy.
j Larry Naviaux, playing in his
j first varsity game, failed in his
j extra point attempt and the Husk
ers lead 6-0.
This was all of the scoring until
'the second quarter when halfback
! BiH Hawkins raced 75 yards to pay-
dirt. He broke into the open at
i about midfield and outran the de
fense with a final key block by
LaVern Torcxoa stopping the last
: South Dakotan.
; This time the left footed Naviaux
': split the uprights perfectly and Ne
braska had a 134 lead.
I However, the situation soon
'changed and after an exchange of
j fumbles Coach Ralph (Boot) Stew
art's squad marched 44 yards in
ten plays to score. Carl Johnson,
senior from Milhank, S. D. went
over from the Nebraska one with
four minutes remaining in the first
half. A bad pass from center gave
Bob Sieler no change to attempt
It appeared that the half would
end this way but Jim Murphy in
tercepted a Re id pass and returned
to the South Dakota 16 giving the
Huskers another scoring opportuni
ty. On the Erst play after the inter
ception Stinnett passed to Haw
kins for the third Nebraska TD.
Again Naviaux's placement was
perfect and the score rose to 20
6 at the intermission break.
The Huskers kicked to Stewart's
hustling Coyotes to start the sec
ond half and Nebraska got the ball
again four plays later after the
Coyotes were forced to punt.
Once more the Huskers started
to march. They moved to their
own 37 yard line before Navirux
broke loose for a 63 yard run.
Duane Letch, two-year vet txA
a track sprinter, chased 'idm to
the seven but couldn't catch Jhe
speedy Lexington lad.
Once more his conversion was
The remainder of the third pe
riod found no scoring although both
teams put on some good drives.
Elliott continued alternating his
first two units and giving several
ether boys an opportuniry to perform.
At the end of the period Nebras
ka had marched from their own
4S and were second and one on
the Coyotes eight. Leo George and
FarreH Pinkston were the Husker
halfbacks in this drive. George fi
nally went over from the four to
cap the afternoon's scoring.
George Harshman, converted to
give the Huskers a 344 margin with
12 minutes to play.
At this time Pete sent In his third
unit to give them a chance to
show, as well as, giving some good
Frank Nappi, junior from Port
land, Maine, was one of the top
performers on the third squad. He
showed a fine passing display to
some 30,000 partisan fans who
watched the contest in 76 degree
Also looking good with the third
unit was Harshman who on several
occasions fooled almost everyone
with some neat ball handling.
Elliott swept the bench in the
final two or three minutes of play.
George, junior from Wilkes
Barre, Pa. appeared to be one of
the huskers hardest runners
throughout the contest. The entire
team drew praise from Elliott al
though he stated that they had a
long way to go to defeat Ohio State
Johnson and Re id appeared to be
the best of the South Dakotans.
Nebraska gained 313 yards on the
ground and 88 through the air for
a total of 401 yards. Their oppon
ents meanwhile gained only 228 of
which 207 was rushing... . .
Monday found Willie Greenlaw,
senior halfback, running at f -a 11
speed and he should be ready for
the Buckeyes. Bennie DiHard the
other injured halfback who set out
the opener may be ready.
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