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    The Daily Nebraskan
Monday, October 22, 1962
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Sports Editor
Something was missing
Saturday as the Huskers took
on winless Kansas State but
one thing was sure; the
Huskers continued winning
and remained in very serious
contention for the conference
The Huskers slapped the
hapless Wildcats, 26-6, but
Coach Doug Weaver's deter
mined crew from Kansas
State gave Nebraska and 30,
000 onlookers quite a scare in
the opening moments of play.
Next week the Huskers
travel to Colorado which
was smashed by Iowa State,
57-19, last Saturday.
Contrary to previous
games, the Huskers relied
mainly on their ground
game to up their record to
5-0, the best since 1933.
Ground Game Strong
The Huskers picked up only
two first downs and 87 yards
while the ground game
knocked off 20 first downs
and 344 yards behind the fine
blocking of the line.
Nebraska had several scor
ing opportunities but six
fumbles, (two of which were
lost to K-State) three pass
interceptions and 45 yards of
penalties hindered the Husk
er chances.
Earlier in the week, Coach
Bob Devaney said, "Kansas
plays much the same as
North Carolina State with
hard hitting which never lets
And just like North Caro
lina State, Kansas State gave
the Memorial Stadium crowd
a few anxious moments.
NU Opens Strong
Nebraska took the opening
kickoff, for the fifth time this
year, and looked as if it was
going all the way but a pass
interception postponed the
first Husker score.
Then the Wildcats pro
ceeded to score its first touch
down of the season, the first
time it had its hands on the
Ralph McFiUen, a 5-8 'Cat
halfback, shook the Husker
secondary and grabbed a
Larry Corrigau pass and
scampered into the end zone
YOUNG DRIVES With Dick Callahan
(80) blocking Gene Young (44) drives by
unidentified K-State tacklcrs. Pursuing
for the Wildcats are Darrell Elder (84)
with only 4:08 gone in the
game, which brought joy to
the K-State rooters.
Callahan Scores
The Huskers couldn't get
moving until the start of the
second quarter when they
scored as Dick Callahan
grabbed a Dennis Claridge
pass without any Wildcats
near him.
Four plays later Nebraska
marched for its second touch
down with some fine running
by Gene Young who gained
37 yards in the 16-play, 66
yard drive.
Rudy Johnson capped the
drive by skimming into the
end zone with 4:22 remain
ing in the half.
Huskers Have Troubles
The Huskers had their
hands on the ball three more
times but two fumbles and
an interception on the first
play cost them a chance for
a score.
Nebraska scored its last
two touchdowns in one min
ute and 20 seconds of the
third quarter.
On the first one the Corn
huskers marched 46 yards be
fore Claridge whipped around
left end and into the end
zone from the four-yard line.
John Faiman's extra point
attempt was blocked this
time after he had been suc
cessful after the first two
touchdowns, leaving the score
at 20-6.
Donovan Recovers
Corrigan fumbled the first
for an 86-yard run-pass play ' the Wildcats had the ball
after the NU touchdown
where Larry Donovan, Husk
ef left end, pounced on it on
the Kansas State 23-yard line.
Three plays later, Noel
Martin, who had an outstand
ing afternoon in his rushing
endeavors, bulled over right
Bob Devaney in post
game interviews revealed a
factual attitude concerning
Nebraska's 26-6 win last Sat
urday. "We'll take a win any
time." commented the Husk
er mentor. "Kansas State is
a team which scraps all the
time. Their coach has done
a real good job. After play
ing four tough ones, they're
still fired up," he continued.
Devaney had praise for NU
fullbacks Gene Young and
Noel Martin, saving. "They
ran hard." However the Husk
er coach was concerned with
and passing game.
Meanwhile in the K-State
dressing room, Coach Doug
Weaver had praise for the
NU coaching staff and team.
Coach Weaver commented,
"Nebraska did a good job as
they always do. Bob (De
vaney) and his staff are
smart. They saw what we
were doing then played good
football and picked us apart."
Coach Weaver refused to
compare Nebraska with Missouri.
and Tom Dowell (52) with Al Fischer (76)
of the Huskers moving into block. Tyrone
Robertson (70) is in the background.
(Photo by Pixie Smallwood)
pard for the final Nebraska
point of the afternoon.
The rest of the game was
a see-saw affair with Kansas
State making a last ditch
touchdown bid without success.
Devaney substituted freely
in the fourth quarter with 48
players seeing action for the
undefeated Cornhuskers.
First Downs Rushing ..3 18
First Downs Passing ... 4 2
First Downs Penalties . . 0 0
Total First Downs .... 7 SO
Rushing Attempts 26 61
Yards Gained 59 344
Yards Lost 21 27
Net Yards Rushing ... 38 317
Passes Attempted 22 15
Passes Completed 7 6
Yards Passing 156 87
Number Plays 48 76
Total Offense
Passes Intercepted By.. 3 0
Yards Returned 7
Punts 9 5
Punting Average 38 39
Punts Returned 4 6
Yards Returned 63 46
Kickoffs Returned 2 5
Yards Returned 44 44
Penalties 1 5
Yards Penalized 5 45
Fumbles 3 6
Fumbles Lost 3 2
Kansas State 6 0
Nebraska 14 12
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Cross Country
Takes Victory
Despite a wet, slippery
course and bone chilling
weather, Mike Fleming and
company led the Huskers to
a 21-36 cross country victory
over Kansas State Saturday
at Pioneers Park.
Fleming nipped Wildcat Pat
McNeal for first place by one
second as the Husker speed-
ster turned in a 15:12 for the
I three-mile run. Ray '-Skip"
: Stevens was caught in 15:33
' for a third place for Nebras
ka. I Following his victory, Flem
I ing said the course was
sloppy and cut down on my
jtime, but I got some good
'competition in Pat"
j Saturday the team travels
.to Colorado for a clash with
the Buffs.
Order of finish against
Kansas State:
i. Ulikt FVmiM ! 15 JZ
i Pit McVul KS 15:13.
i. Rr Stnm N IS 33.
4. Um ToMuata " !V
. Cart Hndeei KS KM.
Joha PortM N M 17.
7. BUI Keanr N' ... K-U.
I. Richard Gifcspie KS l:2i.
. SaiMl Twier N" H-.1A.
N. rve Tbkcjc KS !(-2f..
U. Jack Bailie KS li-49.
12. CUrrac Soon N H. 43.
li. Jim Kirmz KS 17 25.
14. Bobert Hart KS 17:54.
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Big Eight
OU Wins
Sports Staff Writer
Happy days are here again
for one Bud, but it was just
another long afternoon for an
other, as all Big Eight teams
saw conference action Satur
day. Coach Bud Wilkinson's Ok
lahoma Sooners returned to
Big Eight eminence with a
13-7 win over the Kansas
Jayhawks at Lawrence.
The Sooners let Kansas
score first, but came on in
the second half with a 61
yard touchdown run by Don
Joe Looney, and won on a
fourth period touchdown by
quarterback Monte Deere.
Oklahoma's defense
stopped Kansas' Gale Sayers,
who after averaging over 100
yards per game this season,
rushed for only 23 yards on
nine carries against the Soon
ers. The other Bud, Coach Dav
is of Colorado, didn't have
things his way at all, as his
Buffs lost to Iowa State, 57
19. The Cyclones broke a
three-game losing streak by
scoring four touchdowns in a
nine-minute blitz.
Nebraska and Missouri re
mained undefeated the
Huskers by beating Kansas
State, 26-6, and the Tigers by
defeating Oklahoma State, 23
6. Missouri used a familiar
formula to arrest the Cow
boys a strong rushing de
fense and speeding sopho
more Johnny Roland. The Ti
gers held OSU to only 49
yards rushing.
Roland gained 155 yards
rushing, averaging 8.2 yards
per carry. He scored twice
on runs of 5 and 18 yards.
Frosh Answer Questions
With Trouncing of K-State
Staff Sports Writer
Nebraska's freshman foot
ball squad answered a lot of
questions concerning the
Husker future as they sound
ly crushed the Karsas State
yearlings, 31-0, last Friday at
Memorial Stadium.
It took Coach John Melton's
eager Husgers only one min
ute and 15 seconds to draw
blood after receiving the
Ted Vactor, promising open
field runner, took a pitch out
from Fred Duda on the Ne
braska 49 and scooted 51
yards to paydirt in the third
play of the game. Duda eased
around right end for the two
point conversion.
Throughout the entire game
Melton substituted freely
utilizing all 56 of his squad
and held complete control of
the contest.
It was Vactor scoring again
in the second quarter as he
hit the left side of the line
from the Kansas State s i x.
Kelly Peterson had moved
the Huskers into scoring posi
tion with a blast through the
middle of the line from the
K-State 18. Peterson then
placed the block that freed
Vactor for the score.
Vactor then scampered
around left end for the sec
ond Husker two pointer.
Four minutes and seven
plays later the Husker year
lings scored again. Steve
Physicals Given
Athletic physical exami
nations will be given to all
participants for mid-winter
and spring sports at Stu
dent Health Center, Nov.
7, at 7:30 p.m.
This will be the last physi
cal given this year.
A participant must have
a physical examination to
be able to take part in
Schafer alertly recovered a
Wildcat fumble on the Kan
sas State 15. Duda then
moved his ball club within
inches of the goal with car
ries by Vactor and Peterson
and then sent Frank Solich
over from one-yard out.
A Duda pass to Vactor was
good for the third straight
two point conversion giving
Nebraska a 24-0 edge.
A hard charging, deter
mined Husker line held the
Kansans with a loss of three
yards and three incomplete
Melton's second, third and
fourth strings saw plenty of
action throughout the rest of
the afternoon and played
commendable ball.
The yearling reserve backs
appeared to have unusual
depth in the backfield paced
by Stan Farrer, Mike Ken
nedy, Dave Lebsack, Leo
Papas, Ron Poggemeyer,
Paul Camastro, Rod Franz
and Gary Brichacek.
Nebraska's final score came
late in the third quarter when
a Papas pass expertly
handled by Kennedy from 12
yards out put the Huskers
ahead 30-0. The Huskers went
for the one pointer with a
Papas kick splitting the up
rights for the final Husker
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