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    Moridoy, September 30,
NU Butchered 42-0
In Boring Contest
Sports Editor
The Black Knights of the Hudson
were very unhospitable Saturday
afternoon as (hey shellacked the
visiting Cornhuskers 42-0. It was
the eighth worst beating suffered
by the Huskers since World War
II days.
The contest was so one sided
and boring that early in the third
quarter, the crowd of 20,500 start
ed to leave.
The Cornhuskers hit paydirt
once, during the long afternoon,
only to see the tally nullified by
an penalty. With three minutes
remaining in the half, George Cif
ra pounced on a Cadet fumble on
the Army 12. Bennie Dillard swept
the left end to go over standing up
only to have the play called back
because one of the Nebraska lin
men was off side.
The 1,000 Nebraska fans on hand
had nothing else to cheer about
until the final 25 seconds of the
contest. Stu Howerter recovered
an Army fumble on the 35. Sopho-
Kiist Downs in
Hushing Yardage 162
Pacing Yardage 11
Passes Attempted 14
Passes Completed 2
Passe Intercepted By 0
Punu 5
Punting Average 34 0
Fumbles Lost 1
Penalties 3
Yards Pehililed 15
more Jim Hergenreter scooted for
22 yards down to the Cadet 13
yard line. There was time for one
more play, but Nebraska never
got to run it off as the ball tumbled
to the ground and time ran out
before the pileup could be un
tangled. Six different Army players
scored in the rout. This is the way
the scoring occurred.
1. Bob Anderson, scooted over
from the six after quarterback
Dave Bourland returned the open
ing kickoff 44 yards.
2. Halfback Pete Dawkins
plunged over from the one.
3. Vince Barta rammed over
from the one after a Cadet march
of 64 yards.
4. Bourland passed to end Bill
Graf for the score. The play cov
ered 17 yards.
5. Bourland scored the first
touchdown of the second half as
h ran 11 yards around left end
on a keeper play. Twice it seemed
as though the Huskers would stop
him, but both times he broke loose.
6. Tom Munger, putting on a
burst of speed, shot over from the
1 was a long afternoon for the
Nebraska eleven. About all Husker
coach Bill Jennings had to be
proud of was the fine play of half
back Bennie Dillard.
Dillard gained 58 of the total
Edge Out
Cal 73-7
Pete Elliott'a California Bears
lost their second consecutive game
as they fell victims to the deadly
air attack, of the Washington State
Quarterback Bunney A 1 d r i c h
passed for one touchdown and Bob
Newman set up another with pin
point passes Saturday as the Cou
gars won 13-7.
Washington State scored in the
first period on an eight yard aerial
from Aldrich to end Jack Fanning.
Carl Ketchie plunged two yards for
the second Cougar score.
The Bears, substituting by units,
scored on a 55-yard march with the
second string before the half. Gabe
Arillaga, second string quarter
back, got the Cal touchdown on
fourth-down dive from the two.
California, plagued all afternoon
by penalties, made one last bid
to win in the fourth quarter. Start
ing on their own 16 behind quarter
back Joe Kapp, the Bears reached
the WSC 21. But then, with about
three minutes left, Kapp passed.
The ball was deflected by a "Cal
receiver and Washington State!
sophomore Don Johnston inter
Mizzou Grad MVP
Jay (Butch) Hankins, captain
and all-District Five outfielder on
Mizzou's 1957 baseball team, was
voted the Most Valuable and Most
Popular player on the Columbia
team in the Class A Sally league
this summer.
Hankins, who hit .353 for M.U.
last spring, batted .272 in his first
season of organized baseball. His
hits included 10 doubles and five
A member of the Kansas City A's
organization, Hankins has been
assigned a Buffalo contract fcr
next spring. In the interim, he
will complete a six-months Army
hitch as a commissioned officer in
he Artillery.
Math Colloquium
Dr. L. K. Jackson, associate pro
fessor of mathematics, will dis
cuss "Dirichlet Problm for Ellip
tic Partial Differential Equations"
at a mathmatics colloquium Tues
day at 3 p.m., Room 209, Burnett
Husker output of 162 yards. He
averaged 7.2 yards per carry.
Nebraska was dominated in ev
ery statistical department. Army
rushed to 341 yards to Nebraska's
162. The Cadets passed for 83
yards to the Cornhusker's 11. The
only consolation Jennings had was
that his punters averaged 34 yards
per kick to Army's 32.
The Cornhuskers open Big Eight
play next Saturday when they
journey to Manhattan, Kansas to
clash with the Kansas State Wild
cats. Wildcats
Over BYU
K-State triumphed over big
BYU, 36-7 Saturday on Kansas
State's home grounds in a thrilling
intersectional football game. Sec
ond string fullback Floyd Pheifer
scored two touchdowns for Kan
sas State, one a 24-yard return of
an intercepted pass.
BYU intercepted three of the
Big Eight Team's aerial attempts,
while the Wildcats suffered penal
ties for 98 yards. Void these er
rors, K-State's score would have
been much higher.
K-State scored on three short
plunge attempts, a 12-yard field
goal and Pheifer's interception.
The Wildcat's halfback Gene
Ready scored their first touch
down on a 5-yard plunge with but
5 minutes of the first quarter
ticked away. K-State scored again
six plays later, with Pheifer plung
ing for the extra.
The Skyline Conference mem
ber brought the score to 14-7 at
half-time with a recovered K-State
fumble on the three. Raynor
Pearce went over on a pitch-out.
K-States Fullback Ray Glaze
made their third touchdown after
six minutes on the third quarter
with a one-yard plunge.
End Don Zadnik booted the 12
yard field goal in the same period.
Last Second
Score Wins
For Colorado
A thrilling last-minute touchdown
gave the university ot Colorado
Buffs their 30-24 win over the Sky
line Conference Utah team.
With 40 seconds left on the clock,
Bob Stransky went over from the
one-yard line, climaxing a 6fi-yard,
13 play drive by the Buffs. Before,
the touchdown the score had stood
24-23 with Utah in -the lead.
The Buffs had led at the half
time with the slim 16-14 margin,
the two points were to the credit
of Boyd Dowler's coffin corner
kick and Gary Nady's behind the
goal line tackle of Wally Suba for
the safety.
Utah's glory was in the deadly
passing of quarterback Lee Gross
cup. When Colorado held the lead
midway in the final quarter, it
was Grosscup's 76-yard pass to
Stuart Vaughan that put it back
in the game, though still trailing
by two points. Then, with six min
utes left. Boss's 28-yard a ngled
field goal finally put the Utah
team in the lead, 24-23, a lead they
were to lose with Stransky's win
ning TD.
Kuhlmann Paces Missouri:
Tigers Down Arizona 35-13
With Hank Kuhlmann providing
the scoring punch, the Missouri
Tigers romped to a 35-13 victory
over Arizona for Coach Frank
Broyles home game debut in Co
lumbia, Mo. last Saturday.
Kuhlmann, a 186-pound junior
fullback crashed over for three j
Tiger touchdowns in the first half I
of the game which tied a Missouri
record for the most touchdowns
scored by one man in a single
After Kuhlmann's first TD of
the game Arizona's Jim Pate pro
vided the 24,500 spectators with a
73 yard jaunt on the first play
from scrimmage after Han's one
yard plunge. Sal Gonzales missed
the placement for Arizona and
they never had a chance to catch
up with Tigers in scoring after
that. In the second chapter of the
game Kuhlmann crashed four'
yards to give the Missouri squad
another six-pointer and minutes
later he raced for his third TD
of the game, and the first half,
Pitt Edges
Oregon, 6-3
A last-minute tally gave the
favored Pittsburgh Panthers their
6-3 victory over Oregon Saturday,
the TD was made on a 22-yard
touchdown pass, Tonic to Cog,
while the clock showed 22 seconds
Oregon racked up its three points
in the third period, when halfback
Jim Shanley retilrned the second
half kickoff 58 yards to the Pitt 45.
Humiliated By
Tlmeg Tarda Net
Carried Gained Yardi Are.
Brown t 20 20
Naviaujc T 24 22
Tolly 7 14 8
George 4 20 20
Dillard I 5 58
Stinnett 2 3 3
Sandage 4 T 6
Cilra 1 J J
Alt. Comnl.
Tolly 1
Naviaux 10 0
Dillard 10 0
Stinnett 3 0 0
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- Bob Harrison, ace renter of the football monarchs, Oklahoma,
provides the Sooners with another All-American grid candidate. The
Sooner.., who rested this week after drubbing the Pittsburgh Pan
thers 26-0 last week will meet the Iowa State Cyclones this Saturday
in Norman, Oklahoma.
Intramural Football
Today's Intramural Football Schedule
City Fields NE Presby vs. Wesley
NW Newman Club vs. Alfa Cow Alia
SE Phi Epsilon Kappa vs. Chemists
SW Dental College vs. Navy, ROTC
Ag Fields East Burr A vs. Burr C
South Beta Theta Pi vs. Alpha Tau Omega
West Burr D vs. Burr E
J ay hawkers Beaten 34-6
By Pacific Coast Club
Oregon State, ninth nationally
in grid ratings, proved their power
to 28,000 Kansas fans in Lawrence,
Kansas last Saturday as the Beav
ers glided to a 34-6 victory over
the humble Kansas Jayhawkers.
The victors built up a 34-6 lead
Faculty Organizes
Bowling League
A new University faculty bowl
ing league will hold an organisa
tional meeting Wednesday at 5 p.m.
in Room 101, Men's Physical Edu
cation Building.
The proposed league will accom
modate 12 teams in addition to the
present league of 16 teams.
when hs ran 30 yards for a TD
Midwav in the third Dsriod the
Arizona team closed the gap 13-21
when Sal Gonzales scored from
the 12-yard line. Hunsaker con-
verted to climax the Arizona scor
xhe following kickoff resulted in
another Missouri touchdown when
Jerry Curtright took a ' handoff
from Bob Myers on a reverse
and raced 81 yards to pay dirt. On
ly a few minutes later End Dal
Pidcock recovered an Arizona
fumble to earn the last Tiger
touchdown for the day. When
Rash converted, his fifth time in
as many tries, the Tiger scoring
maching went dormant until the
final gun.
Your University I.D.
on gas
discount on
grease jobs
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Timea Tarda Net
Carried Gained Tarda Are.
Bourland 3 17 17 S.7
Anderson 13 84 83 8.4
Barta 25 25 2.8
Dawking I 11 11 2.2
Wallers 2 3 3 1.5
Waldrnp , 3 22 22 7.3
Munger 2 12 12 S.O
Douglag 1 2 2 2.0
Roesler 8 31 31 5.1
All Campl. Yards
Bourland 10 ( 85
Anderson 2 18
Dawkins 1 f 0
Rudesil 1 0 0
Douglag 8 1 10
Roesler 1 O 0
Caldwell 1 0 0
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early in the third period and Coach
Tommy Prothro swept the Beaver
bench for players for the rest of
the game.
Eamel Durden, ace wingback for
the Beavers provided the initial
scoring for the Oregon State club
as they moves! 69 vards down the
field the first time they got the
ball to dent
the scoring
column. Dur
den moved
half of t h a t
distance as he
raced 35 yards
to score the
first to u c h
down of the
game. The
next touch-
down in that
quarter was Robinson
originated from the same play, a
wingback reverse, as D u r de n
scampered 14 yards to paydirt for
the Oregon squad.
The second period realized 14
more points for the West Coast
team, seven from Wingback Ster
ling Hammack and seven from
Fullback, Hub Beamer. The third
chapter touchdown came from
Tailback Joe Fianc:s as the Ore-
gon State club climaxed a 58 yard
i march. 53 of the yards covered
were by Francis for the six-
Kansas rallied only in the second
quarter when Robinson scurried
eight yards for the Jayhawker's
lone touchdown.
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Iowa State
Tie Highly
The highly touted Syracuse
Orangemen from New York were
routed morally by an underdog
Iowa State squad Saturday when
the Cyclones of Iowa battled to a
7-7 deadlock with the East's de
fending champs.
Dwight Nichols, 23 year old
Football Scores
Big Eight
Army 42 NEBRASKA 0
IOWA STATE 7 Syracuse 7
Oregon State 34 KANSAS 6
MISSOURI 35 Arizona 13
KANS. STATE 36.. Brig. Young 7
COLORADO 30 Utah 24
Big Ten
Notre Dame 12 Purdue
Wisconsin 60 Marquette
Minnesota 46 Washington
Michigan St. 54. Indiana
TCU 18 Ohio State 14
Iowa 70 Utah State 14
Stanford 26 Northwestern 6
Michigan 16 S. California
Other Scores
Perm State 19 Pennsylvania 14
W. Va. 14 Va. Tech 0
N. Car. St. 48 Maryland 13
Columbia 23 Brown 20
Colgate 14 Cornell 13
So. Meth. 0 (tie) Ga. Tech 0
Mississippi 15 Kentucky 0
Navy 33 William & Mary 6
Princeton 7 Rutgers 0
Vanderbilt 9 Georgia 6
Auburn 7 Tennessee
N. Carolina 26 Clemson
Duke 40 Virginia
Wash. St. 13 California
LSU 28 Alabama
Tex A. &M. 21 Tex. Tech
Notre Dame
Cains Win
In Opener
This growing Notre Dame team
opened its season Saturday by tak
ing a 12-0 win over Purdue before
a crowd of 52,000. Notre Dame
came back from one of its worst
season's last year, and showed its
strength by holding the Purdue
team scoreless.
Purdue inflicted one of Notre
Dame's eight defeats last year,
but could not penetrate the Irish
20-yard line Saturday.
Right halfback Dick Lynch went
over from the 6 early in the first
quarter, followed by a 76-yard
drive, climaxed by a 22-yard run
by quarterback Bob Williams and
Lynch's 22-yard pass to Aubrey
Lewis in the second.
Williams set up the fourth quar
ter TD with a pass to end Rob
Wetoska for 58 yards. He then
completed a 9-yard pass to Frank
Reynolds, Irish halfback for the
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sophomore veteran led his Iowa
State mates throughout the fray
with his sharp passing End spark
ling runs.
The final statistics gave a de
cided edge to the Orangemen but
the resulting tally proved the Cy
clones' commendable game play.
The Syracuse team controlled the
ball for 68 plays to only 46 tries
for the Iowa team. But it was not
the number of plays that counted,
it was the final score, which Iowa
State matched with their eastern
foes to give them their moral vic
tory. Throughout the first three quar
ters the Orangemen held the ISC
offense in complete check, al
though, a few outbursts from Nich
ols, halfback from Knoxville, la.
provided the exceptions to this
In the first period the Syracuse
squad drove 66 yards to the Iowa
State 15 but a fumble marred the
TD bid. Again in the second chap
ter the Orange started what looked
to be a touchdown finish, but after
a 61 yard march to the ISC eight, !
they received a penalty for illegal
use of the hands to set them back
on the 23 yard marker where the
push to pay dirt lost its punch
and the Cyclones took over the
The third period finally brought
results for the Syracuse team
when they pushed over a six-pointer
late in the chapter completing
a 70 yard surge.
After that it was all Iowa State
with Nichols doing the honors. No
more than three minutes had
passed in the final quarter when
he had hit Jim Stuelke of Council
Bluffs with gains of 13 and 12
yards on successive plays and then
flipped to Brian Dennis of Chicago,
who gingerly waltzed over the goal
line after nabbing the pass on the
two yard line.
A crowd of 21,000 spectators
watched the Orange come back
in hopes to provide a happy ending
to the game celebrating the golden
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anniversary of Archbold Stadium
but the ISC club would not relent.
A drive from the Syracuse 42 to
the Iowa State seven looked like
the beginning of the end for the
Cyclones but the scrappy neigh
boring state's line held to douse the
Orange's rallying flame.
Syracuse tried everything in the
offensive play book to tip the
visitors apart. The Orange back
field operated from the straight T,
winged-T, and T with flankers but
Coach Ben Schwartzwalder's plan
had no bearing on the Cyclones'
defense and thev finished the game
in a dead heat.
The tie leaves Iowa State with
one win and one tie for the sea
son's play thus far. Next week th
ISC club meets the two top teams
in the nation, the first and second
strings of the mighty Oklahoma
squad at Norman, Oklahoma.
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