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The Daily Nebrciskon
Monday, November 11, 1 S-57
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A last second pass from Quarter
back Duane Morris to Fullback!
Homer Floyd gave Kansas a 13-7 j
victory over Kansas State Satur-!
With leas than three minutes re-;
maining in the game the Jayhawk-j
ers recovered a Kansas State fum
ble on their own 28-yard line and
drove 72 yards for the winning
touchdown. The Morris to Floyd ;
aerial accounted, for the final 40 j
yards as the clock showed only 13,
econds remaining in the final pe-i
The Big-Eight game was played j
In 45-degree weatlier before 26
K-State opened the scoring in
the second quarter as fullback.
Tony Tiro, later injured, slanted;
over from two yards out. Halfback
Keith Wilson set up the touchdown j
as he returned a Kansas punt 34 ;
yards to the 11-yard line. Did Don !
Kansas tied the game in the,
third quarter on a 73-yard pas-J
run combination from Morris to I
Fullback Don Feller. Feller gaih-j
ered in Morris's pass about two,
yards past the line of scrimmage'
and outraced the K-State defend- i
er. ine remaining distance, jonn; t(nchdowB bring scored in spite
Traylor then recovered a bad pass
from center and ran for the con
version. The two teams traded fumbles
in a wild finish. Kansas finally
took possession on its own 28 after
the final bobble and marched to
the winning score.
As the clock was ticking off the
final seconds Morris desperate
dropped back and hit Floyd with
his pass on the fifteen-yard line.1 A stubborn Iowa State eleven, their first offensive powe:
Floyd then shook loose several very adverse to the idea of losing fra.v-
would-be tacklers and broke into to the Scarlet of Nebraska, proved With 4; 10 left
UH Ul UJ SUUlCUIlg Up.
Pictured is the first Ioa State
of the defensive line of the Husk
ers. I-State's Harden is the car-
( miripsy Sunday Journal and tar
their wishes Saturday by beating third frame the
r of the the fifth run a cn the Bie Eiuht
standings with a 1-3 record for.
conference play. Next week they .
return-to Lincoln to face the Col '
The Jayhawkers victory moved... . .. ' rad0 Bultaloes and the Saturday
them into third place in the Big-1 s ' win over ove to ine Iowa 4' AK xarKM after that entertain the Oklahoma
Eight standings with a record of the Huskers since Mhen tliey the first time of the afternoon that Sooners for the saesons final fray.1
1-2. Kansas State dropped into a blasted their neighbors 27-7. the Huskers had entered Iowa
three way tie for the cellar with; The Cyclones, behind the able State territory win the ball.
Nebraska and Colorado.
The UnfTersity of Nebras
a yearlings Friday were literal!
smothered by an unbeaten Kansas
; quarterbacking of Dwight Nichols. With Brown, Naviaux and Zar
; ripped the Huskers for 329 yards uba doing the lugging chores the
ConAuskers moved the bail to tne
12 yard line of the Iowans. Brown
drove to the 10 and Zaniba plunged
while holding Nebraska to 214
yards to earn the win for Head
Coach Jim Myers.
Although the Iowa scoring ma
chine knocked more than once at
Nebraska's door the first two quar
ters, they couldn t move over the
Ea yearlings f naay were nierailv anA rtriru ,mtn iat 4n ca irahinc vardar
State freshmen football squad, 31- Muallc.1 , -iTr 7 X v ' r"k"
gunned into the mif'd.e of the line rum
luc xiuo&cj utic aaic w jvk clones
up 21 yards via the ground while
losing a total of 14 yards in their
rushing attack in absorbing the
Joss, to provide a net yardage of
only seven yards for . tie entire
The K-State frosh got off to an
early lead in the first quarter
when Ron Blaylock, quarterback
for the K-State club, raced 44
yards for the marker. Then, a
few moments later, a break for
the Huskers occurred and a touch
down was realized when a Wildcat
fumble was recovered on the four
yard line of Kansas by a Husker
The visiting team rolled tip their
lone touchdown when John Min-
One Cyclone drive w as stopped '
by a fumble and the biggest threat I
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The first Iowa State threat was Tviml. 'uZXl'' 'n.,'.'-..'
posed early in the first quarter j !" 'vr-'
when they moved the p:gkin to nu smt:
the Husker five yard line and triei, j i.mi.
in vain, to gain the necessary yard-! ionT 'j'.j:;';' ,
age in four plays through the mid-: j-
die. When the dust cleared the , ',l ':,'r:.!;'rVr-"' H"
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Scarlet line remained intact and ' 1 h:.:- y ui. nni
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the Nebraskans had ttie
their own one toot line. : inSr-r
Tne Huskers could not move the i "'''
oau oui 01 oanger iar enougn to' -tii
Keep we pesxy uycJones out of
scoring danger, however, for two
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nick, 6-0. 185 pounder from Cam- runs. b? Sandage. ter- j
bridge, Neb. slipped around his
to the nine. Both Naviaux a.id
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Husker tern- lr;ea pases Dut Dotn were
incomplete and the Cyclones had
possession of the ball.
Later the Huskers had another
auce tne six-pointer.
Nebraska had Uie ba.S on tiie
Iowa State 13 on their lirit down
An offside penalty put the Big Red
minating jn fumbles kept the Cy-
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vwu act lUi iJl 111
ier added the conversion to ac
count for the Scarlet scoring. second Cyclone tally came
The Nebraska lead was short- the third chapter of the game
lived however, when in the second , 'ben Naviaux recovered an Iowa 1 scoring chaise but coajd
chapter the Wildcats scored when State fumble on the Nebraska 34.
Ed Price, 6-6 end from Ft. Worth. ; The Huskers had to kick to the
anared a Blaylock aerial for 39 1 1"' State 47 and the Myers men
yards and a touchdown to put the ;came roaring back to set up their
Wildcats ahead to stav. .insurance touchdown.
The third quarter was scoreless ' The Huiker line became stout '011 tne 18 wilh Jlrst down. For four
but in the fourth period the bubble again on their own 17 where they j consecutive tries the Scarlet tried
burst with Kansas State pushing held the Iowans for three downs 'to pass but could not compete one
over three touchdowns for 19 but on the fourth down Nichols' - v , ,, ...
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POin- Tapped a pass to end Gaie Gibson
Fullback Ray Kovar scored on for a first down on the Husker 1 The only other Nebraska bid
a two-yard plunge for one K-State i. Three plays from scrimmage .tame in the fourth quarter wlien
TD in the final chapter of the ; later the Cyclones had their sec- Nebraska drove to the 33 of ka
fame. The other two markers ond TD of the afternoon when full- State but an interception of Navi
were accounted for when a Ne- back Terry Ingram drove it. over ' sux's pass on the 12 squek'ifd the
braska punt was blocked and on his third try. bid.
Price recovered it in the Huskers i
end-rone and a one yard sneak by
This was the last game for j
Coach Dick Monroe's freshmen
quad which finished- the season 1
with a 0-1 slate. The Huskers lost I
earlier in the season to Iowa State.
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In GC Meet
Kansas, with a record perform-1
a nee by Tom Shuta, easily won
the Big Eight Conference cross
country meet held in Ames. Iowa,
Shuta ma ered the three mile dis
tance in 14 mintites and 1 sec
onds, two seconds faster than the 1
former record held by his Kansas
teammate Jerry .McNeil. McNeil
was second SaUrday with 15J4.
Kansas won with a low score of
2ti points, well ahead of second
place Colorado with 52 points. Ne-bra.-ka
finished sixth with 155
The best Nebraska couid do in-,
dividualiy as an eighth-place fin
ish by Boa Elwood. Elwood's time
for the three mile course was
Other Nebraska finishers:
Gt-orge Rolot'son, 25th with 15:57; ;
Jerry Marp'ies. 38th with 16:29; 1
Eli! Melody. .th with 16:36: Knol-1
ly Barnes. 44th with 16:; Mike
Fleming. 45th with 16 51: Ken
Ash. i:h with 16:53.
Nebraska's chances of finishing
higher were severly hampered as
sopixjinore sensation Joe Mullins i
was unable to compete as a result
of glandular fever.
Other placers in the top 30 in-1
3 Jim Sanders. Missouri. 4
Ema Travis. Kansas. 5 Ned Sar- j
gent. "Colorado. 6 Bernie Frakes, 1
Colorado. 7 G2ry Haltmeyer, lo-j
a State 8 Bob Elwood, Nebras
ka. 9 B:rry Crawford. Kansas.
10 Don Gre?ne, Kansas. II
Jack H.'ghes. Colorado. 12-Mike-Peake.
Colorado. 13 John Darby,
Iowa State, 14 Torn Harrison,
Kansas. IV Turn Rodda, Kansas.
JO Cliff Cuhman, Kansas. 17
Frank J illy. Iowa State. IS Jim
Fit an orris. Colorado. 19 Bernie
Kuha. Oklahoma. 20-Diane Hol
iiian. Kansas State.
The powerful Oklahoma Soon
ers displayed a bit cf their early
season form Saturday . as they
tromped Missouri 39-14 to clinch
an Orange Bowl a.ipearance.
The Sooners bat .led Missurri to
an impressive lS-T' hulftime bud
and then broke loo-e to score four
touchdowns in the 1; si half to
break the game wide op?:i.
Oklahoma drew first blood a
1 halfback Dik Carpenter scamp
ered IS yards for a to.tchdow 1
midway through the opening pe
riod. Dave Biikcr ounvertr-d t
maks the score 7-0. A few min
utes later V:.:ry Bjv.1 capped ts
second Soc.i.-r srorinj march ss
he tallied on a four-y aider.
Missouri made its bid .. r.:i
upset in t'.: second quarter wh;n
sophomore Phil Snowde.i engin
eered a 76-yard touchcL u drive
Big Eight Standings
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Oklahoma S l. I5J 41
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Games This Week
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Minnrl at kui Male
'. Oklahoma State at Kansaa
in nine plays. Snowden's passing
accounted for most of the yardage
: in this drive to move the ball to
the six-inch line. From there Snow
den sneaked for the six-pointer.
Charlie Rash kicked the extra
point and the Tigers were as close
to Oklahoma as they were to be
for the remainder of the game.
The Sooners rallied in the third
period to score their third touch
down as Baker skirted his own
left end for one yard and the
touchdown. Baker again converted
to make the score 20-7.
In the final period the Sooners
turned the game into a rout as
they put together three long touch
down drives. Clendon Thomas,
Oklahoma's prime cncbldate for
All-America honors, scored one of
the f o u r t h-quarter touchdowns
from two yards out. The other two
touchdowns were garnered by
quarterback Carl Dodd anr1 sopho
more halfback Prentice Guatt on
plunges of two and three yards
Thomas, although scoring only
one touchdown, played one of his
greatest game-i as he was the lead
:.ig ground s.- :;ir with 1H1 yards
o.t 19 carries. The entire Sooner
gtoiind attac1: counted for an
impressive 4:14 yards.
Missouri fullback Hank Kuhlman
tallied Missouri's final touchdown
late in the game on a 32-yard
Rash tied a Missouri record of
22 consecutive conversions with
his two extra points. Rash's place
ment after the Tiger's final touch,
down was his sixteenth perfect
kick of the season.
It was Oklahoma's forty-sixth
game without a loss and the one-hundred-first
coaching victory for
To Easy Win
The Colorado Buffaloes, smart
ing from their 9-6 upset loss to
Missouri last week, redeemed
themselves as they overpowered
Colorado State Saturday, 20-0.
The statistics were even more
one-sided as the Buffs rolled up
24A yards on the ground and 108
yards in the air while limiting
Colorado State to only 30 yards
rushing and 58 yards passing.
After a scoreless first period
Colorado tallied twice in the sec
ond Quarter on scoring marches of
73 and 87 yards. All-America can
didate Bob Stransky accounted for
the first score with a one yard
plunge and wingback Eddie Dove
scored the second on a power
sweep around left end from the
Colorado State 20.
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