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The Daily Nebraskan
Monday Nov. 11, 1963
Ross Scores, But Johnson May Have Serious Leg Injury-
atffh ECU) Miotfffs
By Mick Rood
Sports Editor
Nebraska's conference-lead
Ing Cornhuskers had to use
Kansas miscues and the zip
py quarterbacking of Fred
Duda to whip the hard-nosed
Jayhawks Saturday, 23 to 9.
Jack Mitchell's charges
held the proud Scarlet offense
to 201 rushing yards, their
lowest output this year, but
the Nebraska line provided
opportunities for an early
Husker lead and consequent
victory. Two quick Jayhawk
fumbles meant a 10 to 0 Ne
braska lead with only 7:10
gone in the game.
Moments after Kansas had
gained their first ten yards on
Offense, halfback Tony Leiker
dropped a hand off on a re
verse and Husker end Larry
Tomlinson pounced on the
loose ball on the Kansas 14.
Dave Theisen booted a forty
yard field goal, his first of the
season, after the Kansans
dropped Husker backs for re
peated losses with 10:39 left.
hawk shoulder high and the I Kansas as a team was yet to
ball spurted away. This time shine. Nebraska out-gained the
John Kirby grabbed the fum
ble on the Kansas 20. Four
plays later, Duda angled in
the end zone past speedy
G a y 1 e Sayers from seven
yards out. Theisen converted
again Nebraska 10, Kan
sas 0.
A Rudy Johnson fumble on
his own 38 gave Kansas a
chance to come back. After a
pounding 19 yard run by Oel
schlager, soph Steve Renko
could lead the visitors
no further. Gary Duff contrib
uted his speciality, a 33 yard
field goal, to pull Kansas with
in seven points.
Neither team could drive
longer than thirty yards from
then on until 19 seconds re
mained in the half. Duda
heaved a 41-yard pass to Dick
Callahan who made a diving
grab and the Huskers found
themselves on the Jayhawk
five with five seconds left.
Duda swept right end only to
be halted a face mask short
of the goal as the half ended.
One second later, and Ne
braska's margin of victory
was secured. Tomlinson
kicked off to right half Ron Oel
schlager. Reserve center Ron
belted the unfortunate Jay-
. v.
A curious first half statis
tic showed that Sayers, na
tional rushing leader two
weeks ago, had been held to
19 yards in six tries. The Oma
ha flash was yet to shine.
Jayhawks, 139 to 54 in the
first half.
Kansas drove 50 yards from
25 yard line to 25 yard line
in third quarter, but neither
team could generate a sus
tained drive.
Kansas made a game of It
a minute later. Sayers raced
99 yards from scrimmage for
a new Big Eight record, about
the only mark he doesn't or
won't have, and Kansas
trailed by one point. Duff
made a rare extra point miss
and Nebraska's lead held
with 13:53 of the fourth quar
ter left.
Coach Bob Devaney's team
responded with their patent
ed, bruising long drive. Duda
was the standout now, spark
ing the 75 yard drive with a
key 26 yard pass to Tomlin
son and 18 rushing yards. Full
back Rudy Johnson was in
jured on the drive's first
play. Results of leg x-rays are
not known yet. Johnson is Ne
braska's leading ground gain
Tomlinson's brilliant catch
carried to the Jayhawk eight
and Duda gave the ball to
scoreless Willie Ross who
banged his way past groping
defenders for the Husker's vi
tal insurance score. Theisen
converted again Nebraska
17, Kansas 9.
Ross, who scored three
times against Kansas last
year, finally earned his first
six pointer of '63 with 8:30
left in the game. Twenty
three seconds later, Nebras
ka used another break to
wrap up their sixth Big Eight
Renko, passing desparately
with hopes of tying the con
test, aimed a strike at
hapless halfback Oelschalger
on the Cornhusker 47. The
aerial bounced off the Jay
hawk's chest into the arms of
defender Bob Hohn and the
Scarlet speedster ran 53 yards
down the sideline with the in
terception for the last Husk
er touchdown. Victory was
complete, 23 to 9.
The Kansas victory puts
Nebraska in the bowl picture.
Two Oklahoma schools stand
in the Husker's Orange Bowl
path during the next two
weeks. The Sooners of Okla
homa had a long afternoon
against Iowa State, finally
emerging a 24 to 14 winner.
Oklahoma State wrapped up
their first victory of the sea
son against iiiisa, to 24,
WHERE'S THE BALL? Rudy Johnson takes the "ball" into the Kansas line, or at least this confused Jayhawk must be
wrong. He is Fred Dnda starts another sweep during the 23 to 9 win.
NU Runners
Better Dual
Foes Big 8
Although Nebraska only
placed sixth in the Big Eight
Cross Country championships
Saturday morning in Law
rence, Kansas they beat out
two squads who had bettered
them in dual competition.
The Huskers edged out both
'Kansas State, seventh place,
and Iowa State, who once
again finished in the cellar.
The race was won by Mis
souri's Robin Lingle in the
exceptionally fast time of
14:19. The record is 14:11.
However, high place finishes
by Kansas and Oklahoma
State forced the Missouri
squad to settle for third in the
team rankings.
Perenially strong Kansas
nailed down second, thir,
sixth, seventh, and eighth
places to take the champion
ship. Leading the Hunkers was
sophomore Peter Scott, who
placed 19th. The former Bos
ton runner had a time of 15:23
for the three mile course -
a time that would have
placed him in the top ten in
last year's meet at Ames,
Stuart Tucker of Nebraska
was 26th, Tucker Lfflis 28th,
Larry Toothaker 29th and
Jim Wendt 41st Each team
is allowed seven runners but
the Huskers entered just five.
Team Finishes:
Team Score
1. Kansas 26
2. Ok. State , 80
4. Colorado '. 85
5. Oklahoma 130
6. Nebraska 143
7. Kansas State 166
t. Iowa State 214
Favorites Win In Big Ijight
Sooners Sink Cyclones;
Lane Dazzles Colorado
Oklahoma remained unde
feated in the conference and
in second place with a 24 to
14 victory over toughluck
Iowa State, and Oklahoma
State won its first game for
coach Phil Cutchin, 33 to 24
over the University of Tulsa.
Missouri rebounded with a
28 ot 7 victory over Colorado,
and hapless Kansas State fell
to weak Texas Tech 51 to 13
at Lubbock.
Trailing 14 to 0 in the sec
ond period after Tom Vaughn
had scored two touchdowns,
Oklahoma drove 70 yards late
in the half for a touchdown
and added 17 more points in
the third period.
Vaughn, the leading rusher
in the Big Eight and runner
up nationally, scored after a
Sooner fumble on the 14 and
then returned an Oklahoma
punt 73 yards for the second
touchdoyn. Except for those
scores, Vaughn could gain on
ly 47 yards in 24 carries
against the massive Sooner
Held to only 13 yards rush
ing in the first half. Oklahoma
stingily contained the scrappy
Cyclones to 69 yards rushing
and 6 passing for the entire
Jim Grishiam scored early
in the third period, George
Jarraan kicked a 23-yard field
goal, and Virgil Boll inter
cepted a Cyclone pass and
ran 46 yards for the final
Oklahoma State withstood
252 passing yards by Tulsa
with 301 yards rushing in win
ning 33 to 24. The Cowboys
led 33 to 0 after three periods
before surrendering three
touchdowns on passes.
Dropped and intercepted
passes and fumbles did not
hinder the Cowboys this time
as they completed 6 of
8 passes and intercepted one
of Tulsa's. Each team lost a
Missouri's sophomore quar
terback Garv Lane scored
three touchdowns, one a 69
yard run. Missouri scored in
each Quarter, after a pass in-
j terference call, a poor Colo
rado punt, a barely missed
loiorado first down, and a
fumble of a Buffalo fair catch.
Bill Symons scored Colora
do's lone touchdown in the
final period. His fumble of
the fair catch enabled Lane
to run 10 yards for the last
Tiger score.
Despite 21 first downs and
254 yards rushing, the Wild
cats of Kansas State lost
their seventh straight game
as Texas Tech scored seven
of the first eight times it got
the ball. '
End Tommy Doyle grabbed
three of the scoring aerials
and Dave Parks and Johnny
Agan one each. Teah scored
27 points in the second period.
H. L. Daniels kicked six of
seven extra points and a 42
yard field goal for the Red
Raiders with 14 seconds to go.
Kansas State scored on a
five-yard run by Larry Cor-
rigan and on a three-yard
i pass from sophomore quar-
terback Ed Danieley to Raoph
Creighton Loses
Soccor To PTP
Yesterday the University of
Nebraska PTP Soccer team, j
composed of members from
every continent on the globe,
rolled over the Creighton Uni
versity Soccer club 3 to 2.
Scoring for PTP were Joe
Luk of China and Ali Schafiee
of Iran, with Schafiee making
two of the three goals. With
seven games behind them,
the team is still undefeated.
Next Sunday will find PTP
vs. Union College, at the
Union campus at 2 p.m.
51st Annual
tniSit ory
Saturday. Nov. 16. 9:00 1:00
Uni. of Nebr. Coliseum
Warren Covington & His Orchestra
Coronation Ceremonies Intermission Entertainment
the public is cordially
invited to attend
Spoctator Tktcttj
(formal drtsf not iwouary)
Oanco Tickctt
((final mo
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HUSKERS TACKLE AIR-Kansan Gayle Sayers simply ran by Nebraska tacklers on this
Big Eight record-breaking run of 99 yards.
Cornhusker Smashed By Nebraskan
In Epic Battle At Pioneer Park
Led by the characteristic
aplomb of Wendy Y. A. Rog
ers and Shifty Patty Knapp
the Daily Nebraskan stunned
a surprised and under-girled
Cornhusker football team Fri
day at Pioneer Park, 57-0.
Vaunted defensive backs
John "Beaver" Morris, Gary
"Ghost" Lacey and Mick
"Lewd" Rood had due praise
after the game for the smash
ing line play of John "Dia
mond" Lonnquist, Larry "As-
ma A s m a n and Jerry
"Bruiser Hofferber.
Rood paced the Nebraskan
squad with exceptional signal-
calling and pin-point passing
from his half back position.
His best was a 50-yard aerial
to harry "Shoestring Foster,
Rogers started the game for
the Daily Nebraskan and led
three excellent sustained
drives which put the "paper
ugers" within the opposi
tion's 10-yard line twice in the
first four minutes.
Knapp took charge late in
the second quarter and after
initial jitters competently ran
the score up against the quiv
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hostess Why, I think IH send
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ering Cornhusker defense.
Jane "Tarzan" Tenhulzen
was creditable as quarterback
in her first series of plays and
passes but the hard charging
Nebraskan yearlings, Hoffer
ber, Lonnquist and Asman,
kept her hemmed in the rest
of the afternoon.
Two of the All-American
studded Cornhusker staff were
no-shows for the game, Jo
"Tiger" Mackensie and Dan
"Booboo" Rosenthal.
It was doubtful that their
presence would have had
much effect on the outcome,
however, as the Nebraskan
was up for the contest and
were well-primed by well
primed coach Arnie "hi-ig-gH-HH"
Only one Cornhusker play
early in the game netted
yardage as "Tarzan" Tenhul
zen rolled out and hipped her
way past astounded lineback
ers Mike "Barbell" Jeffrey,
Morris, Lacey and Rood for
ten yards.
Rood was praised by Corn
husker linemen for his fine
return of punt in the fourth
quarter. He faked to Morris
going right, got a smashing
block from Lacey and sprinted
down the sidelines for 53.
yards before stopped in a
crushing head-on t a c k 1 e bv
Betty "S n 0 b a 1 1" Schnabel.
"Snoball", openly upset with
her team, nicknamed the
Cornhusker hopefuls "Kraft
Parkay" for the four yellow
quarters they put out.
Only girls were allowed to
score in the prolonged contest
that saw, luckily, only minor
i n j u r i e s to the Nebraskan
In the second half of the
weekend twin bill Nebraskan
sports fans saw the Univer
sity's Cornhuskers defeat the
University of Kansas Jay
hawks, 23-9 Saturday.
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