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Monday, September 23, 1957
The Daily Nebraskan
amiTO Euslcers 34122
By DEL RASNRSSEN
Suff Sports Writer
Through the courtesies of Bobby
Newman's deft right arm and Jack
Farming's sticky fingers the Wash
ington State Cougars completely
anialated the Nebraska Cornhusk
ers Saturday drubbing the home
team by a score of 34-12.
There were 31,000 fans who wit
nessed the onslaught which proved
to be one of the poorest played
games by a Nebraska team in
From the very outset of the con-
: test the Washington State club
j completely dominated the stadium
scene wlith its passing techniques
. and did not relent until the final
Although Washington State was
the victor, it was quarterback Bob
Newman who remained solely re-
j sponsible for the Husker defeat.
Newman was second in the Pacific
Coast League last year in passing
and Saturday began a seige of ;
passing- for this season that could j
,net him the top notch in that de-!
partment on the coast.
Ties Prominent In Openei
Iowa State Dovns Denver
By RON SHAHEEN
Staff Sports Writer
Iowa State, rated to finish in
the Big Eight cellar, was the only
team other than Oklahoma to sal
vage a victory in the conference
in last Saturday's season openers.
The Cyclones made their debut
as a single-wing team a success
with a 10-0 victory over a fumbling
Denver University team. Iowa
State looked like a much different
team than the one which finished
in the cellar last year with a 2-8
Iowa State tasted first in the
second period on a 37-yard field
goal by tackle Lyle Carlson. The
Cyclones gained their field goal
attempt by recovering a punt
which was bohb'ed by Denver on
their own 30-yard line. Iowa State
could not advance the ball in three
p'.ays so Carlson calmly stepped
back and booted the field goal.
The Cyclones came back after
the halftime break to start a 62
yard touchdown drive. The drive
was sparked by a long pass from
tailback Dwight Nichols to end Jim
Stueike. and a deceptive reverse
by halfback Jim Lary. Nichols
capped the scoring drive by cir
cling the end for the final six
yards. Carlson converted to make
the score 10-0.
It was Iowa State's first shutout
since it blanked Drake, 33-0, in
All-Big Seven end. Jim Letcavits
made a spectacular catch on the
last play of the game to spark
the KarjS-as Jayhawk's to a 13-13
t:e over favored Texas Christian
on Saturday eight.
Tie game was marred by a
deluge pourir.g down on a ram-ac-aked
With or.ly secoods remaining on
the clock Bd Marshall fired the
ganje-tvjcg pass to Leuavits, who
tacked in the slippery pigskin on
the eight and traced over as the
g-jjj sounded. Ray Barnes, with a
chance for an upset victory, kkked
the ball wide and short of the
goal, and the game ended in the
The first Kansas touchdown
caace in the third quarter cm a
Marshall to Charfes McGue aenal
which covered Zi yards. Barnes
nianie good ins attempt for the
Texas ChriKian cwwi twice in
the first half to lead 13 at the
The Missouri Tigers woo a mnral
rictary Sa5.jrji.iT night when they
farced faviored Vaaderbife to sets
for a 7-7 tee. Tine garae was played
With only we miaate and 3
tewmds gnae in she garae. center
Ta Swaney intercepted a Vandy
pass aid seaxpered SI yards fw
a sivac-hdowa. Ch&rhie Rash booted
the extra pc-int.
t v,r IS-'- "
5 , ' tk
an early lead but could not hold
Kansas State threatened serious
ly two different times, however
time ran out on them before they
could push the ball across. K-State
was on the one yard line as the
first half ended and they were on
the six yard line as the final gun
Halfback Geue Keady scampered
70 yards to tally Kansas State's
first and only touchdown. Don
Zadnich kicked the extra point.
Quarterback Larry Zowada was
the sparkplug for Wyoming as he
scored one touchdown and set up
the other. Zowada fired several key
aerials which proved instrumental
in Wyoming's win.
Oklahoma State, newly admitted
member of the Big-Eight, lost a
muddy 12-0 game to Arkansas.
The Cowboy's staved off several
Arkansas scoring threats in the
first half, but Arkansas was not
to be denied as they came roaring
back to tally two touchdowns in
the last half.
Arkansas played a conservative
game and they were willing to
set back and let the Co boy's take
the chances. The Porkers quick
kicked six times in the first half.
Newman, who completed 10 of i Newman unveil his aerial talents
his 16 passes tossed during the which he did in remarkable
game flipped three of these aerials j f d rom N
for TD s. All of ha passes for six- ,
pointers went to the ever able Jack , nlan to Ellmgsen was called back.
Flanning of the Cougar squad who I That started the unending barrage
ran circles around the Nebraska 1 of aerials originating behind the
backfield with his pass receiving. ; Cougar forward wall. With six min
The contest started like any nor- nutes to go in the first quarter
mal football game when Nebraska ! Washington State threatened to
received the ball and started a core- The next play McCashland,
forward movement downfield. This one the few Huskers who pro
was x soon stopped; however, and ;ed a stellar performance, threw
the Cougars took over to let Bob Newman for a hugh loss which
seemed to lessen the threat. But
jl. jl. -a. the next play resulted in & touch-
; down for the Cougars when New
wsc man found Fanning in the end rone
is for a TD.
i Later in the quarter, the Huskers
; started their scoring punch. With
a pass originated by Stinnett and
1 ending in the hand of Engle the
j Huskers started their move to
! score. With two minutes left in the
j first quarter the home team rested
1 on the Washington seven. A one
t yard gain by Cifra put the ball on
' the six w ith the fourth down loom
! ing ahead. A Stinnett sneak gave
the Huskers their opportunity which
they did not pass. Sandage ran to
'the one before being hauled down
' and from there the Husker for
i ward wall moved Stinnett ahead
to provide the fans with the first
Nebraska touchdown for the sea
son .Cifra 's kick was no good to
leave the score with a slight edge
i for the Cougars 7-6.
That left the Cougars but one
rmsr DOWNS ! II
Br Rushing 12
By Passing 5
By PenaliMMi 1
RISKING (Number of Rushes! 5
Number ol Yards Gained . ..An
Number of Yards Lost 45
Net Yards Gained . li3
Number Auempied 15
Vjmber CompSesed 7
Number Had Intercepted J
Net Yards Gained 6
Rushes and Passes 73
TOTAL NET WARDS 239
PINTS (Numberi 7
Average Yards CI
Number Had Blocked
KICKOFFS i Number) 1
Averaee Yards S3
KICK RETT RNS
Number Punt Returns 3
Yards Pun; Returns 30
Number hiekoff Returns 4
S'ards Kickoff Returns 93
PASS INTERCEPTION RETVRSS
Yards Returns . 7
Ft MBLES l. Number) 5
Bail L-t I
BALL L'tST ON DOWNS 2
Yards Peoahied ti
Number Successr.il . .
alternative which they quickly ac
cepted; take to the air. Stevens'
running and Newman's passing
put the Washington State club on
the 2'i yard line with seven min
utes to go in the half. A familiar
combination teamed up to earn six
more points for the Cougars. New
man passed to Fanning in the cor-
ner of the end zone to run the
' State total to 13.
Next it was Bunny Aldrich's
turn at the Cojgar helm. Aldrich
was in just long enough to add to
the Cougar scoring total. After a
50 yard punt hy Jerry Brown of
the Scarlet and Cream, Aldrich
flipped passes to lead the WSC
crew to another six-pointer. His
last pass to Codgill gav the Sath
; erland mentored men their final
first half TD. Then Bunny boosted
the Cougar total to 20 with a con
At this late stage in the half
the Cornhuskers made another bid
for pay dirt with an aerial attack.
There were three minutes left in
j the second stanza when Naviaux
! connected with Dillard. Then Dil
' lard flipped to Engle for nine
, yards. A running play by Dillard
; picked up only one yard so Stin
: nett picked up the passing game
; and hit Hilding for two straight.
Sitnnett's next pass was intercept
ed, however, to end the half with
' Washington State on up by a 20-6
The second half started off in
. favor of the Huskers when, on the
kickotf, Tolly recovered a fumble
created by a Jerry Brown tackle.
Three plays later the Huskers
tightened the score hy six points
when Tolly crashed over from the
one inch line. Naviaux's kick was
no good to leave the score re
maining at 20-12.
From this point on the game
turned into a free-for-all highlight
ed by fumbles, interceptions, and
sloppy playing. With one minute
left in the third chapter of the tilt
Newman again found Fanning in
the end zone to chalk up his third
TD pass of the game. His point
after touchdown pushed up the
Cougar point total and pushed
down the Husker spirit.
The fourth quarter playing con
sisted of every infraction of basic
football fundamentals on the part
of both teams. Mid-way in the
quarter Moreil of WSC charged
over from the four yard line to
conclude the scoring for both
sides as well as to break up the
monopoly of pass touchdowns.
Jones kicked the conversion to
give Washington a total of 34
pints to 12 tallies for the Huskers.
AH tolled, the statistics show the
story of the game very well, other
than firt downs of which the
Scarlet and Cream netted only one
less than the Washington team.
The stellar players of the game
were most of the Washington team
plus McCashland on the line for
the Huskers and Dillard in the
backfiekl for the Jennings crew.
7 - A
Letcaviici . . . Jay ha k Hero
Vanderbilt tied the game early
in the second period 00 a 6-yard
drive in It plays.
Several tiroes dixing the game
Vanderbilt penetrated deep into
Tiger territory only to be stopped ;
by fumbles. Halfback Piul King?
arid fullback Jimmy Butler ripped
tibe Tiger ends for repeated gains ;.
fcrtiigtwut the whole game.
Varody pSed m a huge statisti-1
cal edge. cataiMKg the Tigers on
the grswmd 3I4-1SS.
The Colorado Buffaloes outplayed
Washington Saturday, bat had to
settle far a ft tie mtvemi drives in
the third arj fourth tj'jar.ers
The Buffalie" drt- f:m bSood
early ki tih frsi peiriid. The
MwachdcOTra was set ip by Eteyd
Dwwlers p'ir.t whsch bounced oat
on tfce five. v:&s:.:t.svki pufttod
weakly in return aarf the Bus
capitalized fcy scores ci seven
plays. Leroy Clark tallsed the TD
with a 12-yard sprsrsl tircjh the
K.SA. of tibe line. FJwin VAjrt t
kick was wide.
Kashas State lost in HJiwtr sea
son's opener to Wynmsfnj,' by the
score of 12-7. Tie Wil-Jcats look
Southern Methodist's Mustar.gs
spoiled former Cacthtisker coach, '
Pete Elliott's debut as California
bead mentor as they trimmed the ',
Bears 13 last Saturday.
The X.ustangs, long-famed ix
their passing, stayed to the ground
to score both of their touchdowns. J
New bead coach Bill Meek, former j:
Icxa State coach, used the spIit-T
offense throughout the entire "
Sensor halfback Charlie Jackson
proved t'J be the key runtting star ;,
sa Sxnihera Methodist's new of-;
tense as he set up the Erst Mus-;:
tang touchdown aad tallied the
ga.Tje clineher on a three yard :
plar.ge. Cfaarterijack Billy Damn
soored the first touchd.opwn from (
the or Mtd 8oaced the extra ;
Californna broke the acoraig ice
early in the game as tlney marched ;
52 yards in 16 psay to s.care. Hali
back Sue Eart stored with a cae "
yard plunge bat J.ae Kapp's con
versioa attempt was blocked by
SMTJ guard Cirry Weber.
The Maistar.g's game-cLacber
was tet up by a rr.e.-jtal lapse of :
CaMonrja's i5 qiaarterback Gab I:
Arrsllaga. ArriSa.ga, tJirJ:ir;g it "
was thjrd dbwa. calleid fcr a fiMirth
fawn rauanKg play whii'h fa3ed m
Cal's 25 yard lis. SMU prMttptly "
marcSned the remajKsnjf 25 yari l!
l:x the tsmehAvwu. I
Sooners Down Pitt 26-0:
The Oklahoma Sooners, scoring
in the second and third periods,
downed the Pittsburgh Panthers to
run their consecutive win streak
to 41 games.
The Sooner's initial contact with
paydirt came in the second period
as a 12 yard pass from Jackie
Sandefer to Joe Rector climaxed a
51 yard drive. Carl Dodd added the
conversion and Oklahoma grabbed
a 7-4 lead.
On the 'first play of the third
period Pitt's rookie quarterback
Bill Kaliden fumbled on his own
20 and the Sooners recovered. On
the third play from scrimmage,
Ail-American candidate Clendon
Thomas dashed over from 13 yards
A few minutes later, as the re
sult of another Panther fumble,
Oklahoma added its third touch
down on a 17-yard aerial from
Dodd to end Don Stiller. The num
ber two unit accounted for the final
tally, substitute quarterback Dave
; Baker Hipping to Dick Carpenter
I for the score.
i The Sooners outrushed Pitts
' burgh 310 yards to 87 yards and
; gathered 20 first downs to Pitt's
1 nine. The furthest into Soonerland
the Panthers could penetrate was
; to the 16 yard line.
I The Daily Nebraskan sports
staff has several openings. Those
interested may apply at the
sports desk of the Daily Ne
braskan ofifce which is located
in the basement of the Student
Hilding; Brown Busy
Marlia Hilding and Jerry Brown
! were the busiest returning Nebras-
ka football players last fall. Hild
I ing played 396 out of a possible
600 minutes and Brown logged
; 329. Only Htrsker to top 400 w as
f Guard Jim Murphy with 428 min-
utes but be has used up his eligi
TlMimat . . . AIJ Ai.-ierica bopefal
The Big Eight
COLORADO 6 .
34 .NEBRASKA 12
. Pittshargh 0
IOWA STATE 19 Denver
Wyo'iuiisj? 12 .... .. KAN. STATE 7
KANSAS 13 TCU 13
MISSOURI 7 .. .. Vaadertsilt 7
Arkansas 12 . . CKLA. STATE 0
NEBRASKA at Army ..(Sep. 2S
IOWA STATE at OKLA.. (Oct. 5)
Utah at COLORADO .. (Sep. 28)
Brig. Young at K-ST... (Septra
Oregon State at KAN.. (Sep. 28)
Arizona at MISSOURI . (Sep. 2?)
OKLA. STATE at N. Tex.
State (Sep. 28)
By DEI. K iVMt SEN
Lat Saiardij's f4ae tjw. ksnv
the me I'm taUtiiEf aSxnutu m
feigUcgiated hy tS appearao.re of
lh tirjootiiiafe Vtetar Asdensm aaJ
Amjcg other BitteaMes asteaiJ-..
t-j the gant that ay, other thaa
the Givennkw, wn a y tzz-i hid
B'Ahy Xeaa nana.
XejnEL&a hit oa W af K ae.ialj
Ittt Saxrrfay for a fairly good
perotszige fplKS one 79 yard pa
that wa.s calirf haJc). B'Jt, gettinj
back to the 3jtct at hand, I .;
as w.oonierir.j what axe of the
player, ctfaches, aad sytcti'xm
vert waasriag as NeTraiaa thrnr
hit third Kmhdonra piM W) Jack
Faajais to titak the score If
I may, I woud Eke to pa m
what I tSatk time of t!M prjt:i-'
pirst asud spertators jnifht hsve
been thsakatg as this partaoifcar f
fcntii'Sesst Vxk. place: j
B3 Jeattsiffljs: (?&;?" j.
Ornenm Aaierw: "I r-'w I
wos't toe Keteasika'f txthaJ rec-
ord to nty neat etectiiottcanipaisa i
The referee: "Wuh that f': I
Newsisats would let trae ta cm 'irrte
(A the pliys so I WJtjd get oat
if. the way."
Aa c90.ouit in fte crowd: '"Well,
aJi! we mei is two tniore TD's
a.irf the extra ptunw ta catch up
if they nsifs this plot."
Gentry hack to realty new I
ferawisly d beliere the stadeas'.
(A Xebraika are to be casplena-"
ested oa their Ur-pt share of ea-,
aiitiasns evea witeo e are so;
far behi&l I feel tar the
perieaced yi-ad we had! that we ,
coulda't hare been exjs!d tojj
da un mxh sr.'jre ra.rjt a tam!
Hike rhxto!!i State. With nwre,'
tzperiewte tnd mwe spirit I think ;
Nehraika it:.! tara txA tr.t
f the best tei-zn in the Big Eight t
this year.- I jsl to&f &rm'i"
have to cwpe with asty jitters teanss
with a pauwtii.4 oHerae Uu Wah-"
Bowl Games Popular ;,
Coach Frr.k Ercyj and hit-
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m their p'.ysas? arer. Xtf io
ciuHoA Seniw bawl sx S-ri
zstjwr, they have beea w 15 hf-!:
ferent bwwJ tqaads.
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