The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, October 30, 1956, Page Page 3, Image 3
AC. Tuesday, October 30, 1956 THE NEBRASKAN Page 3 Hytfe umn ISeveinige w i The least' Lesdoimg Way:. Br bob wmz . Staff Sports Writer The Colorado Buffaloes finally got revenge on the Huskers Saturday. This is a trick they have been trying to do now for three years. The past two seasons the Huskers have played excellent ball in un- ,ssr - m -- -v - . , v ' v j' i -Air - v . . r . . . - t , . .. 1 , sit' . ,-! n 1 " . ) v 1 l i t ' , . t . ZM LlilwiSilWiWiMmliiiiiliii ii mi mi W Jjfa--..,......-,,. ,- r.tti,ji.i,. ...m,. .vt,,.,w..l -n.Tir tifi- Al........,.Z..? ,' Courtesy Sunday Journal and Star As i Sqb If By WALT BLORE Sports Editor Tourists' Mecca ... Colorado, the tourists' mecca, opened it doors and paws to their neighbors last weekend. Many Nebraskans expressed displeasure over the hospitality ex tended by the people on the Boulder campus. This is probably due to the large amount of people that the Rockies attract each year and the natives get a little tired of visitors. Another complaint heard was the lack of quality in the liquid re freshments offered within the city limits of Boulder. It might be well to note here that high quality refreshments were available in stores on the outskirts of town, however. Disappointment Saturday's game proved to be a disappointment to almost 9;000 Cornhusker followers. But from this viewpoint, it appeared as if the Huskers were showing the effects of three hard battles preceding the encounter with the Buffaloes. Bruises and strains did not he il to well and the consequences were noticeable. Funny Papers . After reading the Colorado newspapers' commentary on the game, It was hardly necessary for anyone to read the funny papers. The reporters pulled the stops in describing Colorado's victory. Actually, but for two good plays, Colorado did nothing but run all over the field only to boot the ball in crucial places. True, Nebraska cotd not muster any sustained offense, but when any team is behind, its harder to fight back and score and stop a sustained drive all in one breath. Also, the spirit is better when a team is holding the opponent from coring and is better able to score at the same time. The Beast' . . . While mentally reviewing the game, it appeared as if anybody eould have scored behind the blocking that was afforded to John Bayuk. It wasn't necessary to be good to ring up a touchdown those two times, all that was necessary was two eyes, one arm and two legs in reasonable functioning order. Not taking any credit away from the Beast, but his play during the rest of the game did him more credit as a football player than those two TD runs. While on the subject of Bayuk, it was reported by very reliable sources that the giant expressed his mentality and common sense to the Nebraska bench in a manner of a crude bull in a china shop. Homecoming Queens? ... Another thing that was very noticeable while on migration was the quality of the candidates for Colorado Homecoming queen. They were very beautiful and reportedly quite personable. Compared to the ones running here, they stood out like Cadillacs in a tractor factory. But according to Miss McPeck those girls were chosen because of the great time and effort they put into preparing for the home football games. If this logic is to be followed, then the people of the United States would be wise to consider Messrs. Hall and Butler for the presidency because of the fine work they did in preparing their parties for the forthcoming elections. To quote my noted colleague, Mr. Cook, "the farmers in Nebraska end their cattle to Omaha and their pigs to Lincoln. in CAST AND COn$ SO LITTIE A good DMttCSft b ncvir dateless. So come to Arthw Murray's and let one of bis experts teach you the latest steps in just one lesson. The whole secret is "The Magic Step To Popularity'-it makes all dances easy. It's lots of fun and surprisingly inexpensive. So come in or phone the studio today 1 A&TBQS KOHHM 1232 "M" . Phona 2-5800 EHSQE1V& o ' " in Tigers Seek Sweet Solace The University of Missouri Ti gers will invade the Nebraska campus for another of a series of homecoming contests which have proved real thrillers over the his tory of the 60 year old series. Missouri will be trying to push its seasons record above the .500 mark Since 1950 the game has pro duced some electrifying feats of derring do. In that memorable '50 contest, All American Bobby Reynolds lead Nebraska to a 40-34 victory by running backwards for 40 yards before taking off up the sidelines on a 74-yd. touchdown gallop. Te next year, In a game played at Columbia, it was Bob Smith who did the honors for the Husk ers. Although Nebraska lost, 35 19, Smith chased a Missouri kick off 94-yds. for a touchdown. " At Lincoln, in 1952 Missouri ran its winning streak to two straight over the Huskers when Jerry Schoonamaker snagged a Nebras ka lateral in midair and ran 80 yards for the touchdown. In 1953, Missouri cemented its claim to conference runner-up by belting Nebraska 23-7. The game was distinguished by the fine pass catching of a sophomore end named Harold Burnine who later went on to All-American honors for the Tigers. The last two years were all Ne braska's. In 1954 Nebraska tri umphed 25-19 to solidify an Orange Bowl trip for the Huskers. Then last year, it was Rex Fischer's tremendous run with an intercept ed Tiger pass that gave Nebraska the win, 18-12. Big Seven Teams Win Big Games By BILL WILSON Staff Sports Reporter While Colorado was blanking Ne braska, 16-0, there were two in tersectional games and one con ference tilt being played. In a nationally televised game, the Oklahoma Sooners routed No tre Dame 40-0. It was the 35th straight victory for the Sooners while the Irish were absorbing their first shutout since 1951. Striking with tremendous first half force, the incredible skill of Oklahoma's run-pass attack and its relentless platoon system com pletely demoralized Notre Dame, which had two passes intercepted for Sooner touchdowns. Clendon Thomas was without a doubt the big gun for the Sooners as he figured in two touchdowns. Thomas scored once on an 11 yard run and again on a 36-yard jaunt with an interception of a Paul Hornung pass. He rushed for 121 yards on 23 carries. End John Bell crossed the cou ble stripes on a 1-yard plunge for the first Sooner touchdown. Tommy McDonald made it 26-0 by intercepting a pass by Notre Dame's Jim Morse and racing 55 yards for a touchdown. Jim Harris plunged over from the 1-yard line for a third-quarter touchdown. That put the Soon ers ahead 33-0 and Thomas made it 40-0 with his second touchdown on his Hornung interception in the fourth - quarter. Oklahoma rushed to 147 yards and had 88 yards passing against 119 yards rushing and 99 yards passing for the Irish.' Don Faurot niched his 100th vic tory as a football coach as the Missouri Tigers scored five touch downs in the second-half to blank Iowa State 34-0. The Tiger scoring was evenly distributed between five Missouri backs as Faurot used his man power freely. Fullback George Cramer drove 32 yards behind mass blocking for the first score. Hank Kuhlmann, sophomore halfback, intercepted an Iowa State pass to put the Tigers in scoring position and a yard and the second score, few plays later swept end for one derdog roles to pull out victories. This time the Buffs were just too much and Coach Dal Ward's Coloradoans pounded their way to a 16 to 0 victory. Nebraska again played a fine first half keeping pace with Colorado in all but the scoring column. The second half was a different story as John "The Beast" Bayuk and his mates outplayed and out scored the Huskers. Nebraska as in their past several games seemed to run out of gas the final two pe riods. They couldn't muster any offense in the final half and al though they held Colorado to seven points looked poor at times on defense. Bayuk, for the first time in his college career, was outstanding against Nebraska. The past two seasons they have held him very well intact. The win Saturday leaves Colo rado only one game away from a trip to the Orange Bowl. This week the Buffs play Oklahoma and then next week end meet the Mis souir Tigers. If they can whip the Tigers the trip is theirs. The Nebraska defense looked very strong in the first part of the game holding the Coloradoans scoreless until nearly five minutes of the second period had been played. This was the same outfit which had whipped Kansas State 34-0, Iowa State 52-0, and Kansas 26-25 in their previous Conference outings. The first Colorado scoring drive carried for 51 yards in five plays. It started after halfback Bob Stransky had returned a George Harshman punt 18 yards to their, own 49 yard mark. Stransky then gained 13 yards. Sig Alpha-Beta In a game the saw officials call back two legal touchdowns, Sigma Alpha Epsilan beat Beta Theta Pi 10-0. The Sig Alphs blocked two Beta punts and recovered them in the end zone to account for 4 points. Wally Bryans passed to Mike Shatto for the only touchdown that the Sig Alphs were allowed to keep. The running and passing of Bry ans kept the Betas off balance. The defensive work of Mierhenry stood out. Jim O'Hanlon and Cal Johnson looked good for the Betas. Mel Warner was held to five yards in two tries. Stransky gained ten more. From here Bayuk with the help of five teammates carried it over with one big 23 yard run. Ell win Indorf kicked the extra point and it was 7-0 Colorado. STATISTICS CTT KIT First Downi (total) IT IS Buahint js 11 Paasinf 1 Penalty 1 Buihin f total canieaV si cs Yarda sained, ruihinc Ml 214 Yard loat, rushing II 4g Net nuhinaT yarda gained S61 16 Ferwar faaalac Passee attempted Completed t Had intercepted 1 A Net passing yardage a Tota! plays (rushes and Passes) ..59 M Total net y.rds Sa 194 Punts (number Punting average M sat Had blocked . 1 Punt returns (number) 4 Yards, punt returns SI ss Kickoff returns (number) 1 Yards, kirkoffs returned ........ 52 A Fumbles lost . .. i i Yards penalized 10S 87 Then it was the Huskers turn to march and they did from their own 29 to the Colorado 17 before the march bogged down. Quarterback Gordon Englert and the rest of the second team backfield did the work with the help of the second line. Larry Naviaux, Bill Hawkins, and Dick McCashland did the car rying along with Englert during the drive. With fourth down and five yards to go George Harshman, who defeated Iowa State with his last minute field goal, tried a place ment from the Colorado 23 but the . kick went wide and the Buffs took over. Colorado funbled three plays lat er and Nebraska took over on their own 17 yard line. However the Husk ers gave up to mors points just before the half ended when Frank Nappi, trying to pass, was tackled in his own end zone giving the op ponents two points. The second half was all Colorado as Nebraska couldn't muster any offense. Colorado scored their second and final touchdown with only six min utes , gone in the second half. Again it was Bayuk this itme from the 14 yard line. Indorgs placement made it 16-0. Both teams apparently came om of the contest without any serious injuries. This week Nebraska will try to rebound as they play host to Mis souri in the annual Homecoming contest. T ' v',rj How forget off to a flying star! 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